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DETECTIVES CAPTURE ARCH-SPIRITi
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The freely-sliding cord
in back adjusts itself to every
motion or posture avoid
ing strain on clothes or
shoulders and ersurinz
Avoid imitations ! They
are all inferior. Look (or
the words SHIRLEY
PRESIDENT stamped on
the buckles. In this way
you will be sure of getting
the genuine goods light,
cool, strong and supremely
guaranteed by the makers.
The C A. Edgartpn Mfg. Co.
Shirley, Mass U. S. A.
For Sale Everywhere
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Joaquin Dutro, 22, and Miss Mary
Jong Chong, 34, and Miss Chum
Meu Kan, 18.
Lee Chung Mau, 39, and Mrs. Chun
Han Na. 24.
Laundry, 777 King St
FREN C H L A U N D R Y
Branch Office, Union and Hotel
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
Fort, above King 8t
We arrange all kind of trips
everywhere In - every detail.
Also . luaus and hulas.-
PARADISE TOURS CO. J
Hotel and Union Ste.
Put Your Poultry Problems
. ..: , ijv.to -x '.
CALIFORNIA. FEED CO.
JLlakea. corner Queen. - -J
They will tell you the trouble
25c to 75c
Honolulu Picture Framing Co.,
Bethel, near Hotel
. . ... ; ISLAND '. ' ' -I'
' LAMB and MUTTON -vf
. Parker Ranch . Beef -
Metropolitan Meat Market
15.00 and tilt ; :
- - ; ; at the :"r .:.
D O A N, E
j . Motor Trucks I
E W. ELLIS, sole agent, 16
Pantheon Building. Phone 3082
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
" Plumber and Cheet Metal
Sacha Block, Beretanla, nr. Fort
MUTUAL TELEPHONE "CO LTD.
HAWAIIAN PICTURES, STATION
ERY, PICTURE FB AM I NO,
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
i 1122 Fort St
; Filipino Who Planned to Help
I i i a
I ikAPMA Pn intrwmnn Ainu
iiuci aic buuuti jiiiau nun
What the olice believe was a well-
f rlannd ilot for a wholesale Jail de
livery was last night nipped in the
j bud whf-n Captain of Detectives Mc-
Duffie, Sgt. Kellett and several other
officers caught KHpinosa, a Filipino,
! in a trap pet for him near an isolated
spot along the line of the Oahu Rail-
way In KalihI.
The iKiIice learned
some days age
that a Fili
ped from the
.--flfrrrt"ears is survived
iJianiini. anu .-a
.""defendant, and Pacific
fony, garnishee, granting
dant further time up to and
Including June 7. 1913. to answer or
otherwise plead in an action for deljt
brought by the plaintiff.
The attorneys for the Honolulu Ath
letic Park, Ltd., today filed a praecipe
in circuit court requesting B. N. Ka
halepuna, cleric In Judge Stuart's di
vision, to prepare ior the plaintiff, for
filing In the supreme court on appeal,
certain copies of la pleas in the case
of the park against H. G. Lowry and
the members of me Venice baseball
The funeraf of Mrs. Jerusha Marie
Peterson were held yesterday after
noon from Central Union church wita
Dr. Doremus Scudder officiating. The
A Sale of Millinery
NOW GOING ON
AVe are now offering at very low prices a
choice selection of Trimmed Hats, all of which
are this season's models.
Included is a limited number of rare values
at the extremely low
formerly priced as high
formerly priced as high
Also a lot or Child eri
styles, formerly; priced
- The Choicest
ORIENTAL ART WARES AND ANTIQUES
. sin Hawaii now on display.
v FONG INN CO.
Nuuanu Street,- . ; .. -,, '
the Henyard", also
had, with the aid of :
laid plans to liberate;
several countrymen. Most of the de
tails in the scheme for liberty had'
been carried out. The leaders had not '
reckoned upon a possible informer.
Captain McDuffie disguised three
city detectives in prison garb. They
represented Filipinos and by pre-ar-rangement
met spinosa near the new :
territorial penitentiary and se
McDuffie and his men were
The Filipino struggled
gain his liberty. He has been
ed to the prison to complete s
three-year sentence for burgl
-- of. Honolulu
The annual meeting of the women's
auxiliary to missions and also that of
the women's guild of St. Clement'B.
is being held In the parish bouse this
afternoon. The auxiliary meeting be
gins at 2:3'V the guild meeting at 3:3".
Tor both organizations there will be
election of officers and other business
of importance to transact.
While' pleasantly enjoying the
scenes of Hawaii and exchanging alo-;
ha with; the residents of the islands.
Senator J. E. Martine of New Jersey
is said to have a ring of political ene
mies plotting his defeat at the polls
next year. The senator is a Demo
crat and the candidate for his Job as
senior lawmaker is a Republican.
TODAY'S NEWS TODAY
STAIM1CLLETIN GIVES YOD
of very good models
as $15,00, now
'if Ila t s in very smart
as high as $4.50, now
- Collection of
; . , . above Pauahi Street
com euerates, is
I f I
a i n
and Queen Sti
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ULLIL1 Ul OltiUUl
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ar question were not discussed. en
ator Smoot spoke freely ou the sub
ject and said ia part:
"In the past It has always ben and
f shall continue to be my policy to staud
r. I want to see that wonderful industry
I yo.r islands, for whiou "iiere is
siii0 the ques-
ve tried to find a product
h you could grow successfully
and am now convinced that your com-
tmercial salvation does indeed lie in
the sugar. "
Senator Smoot advised the millmen
to lay aside the profits of these sea
sons, as the European war, when final
ly concluded, will bring on the keen
est competition in business the world
has ever experienced. He explained
that the retired soldiers would be put
into the manufacturing plants of Eu
rope and the American market would
be flooded with European goods, as
the united States will then be the only
ration with the money to buy such
Although the speaker did not Fay
outright that the sugar tariff was be
ginning to be unpopular in Congress,
"Laws passed by Congress are
i necessity matters of compromise . and
' it often happens that certain measures
rare passed which are contrary to the
opinion of the majority and whirh do
lnot express the 6entimeut of the indi-
vidual congressmen and senators."
j He spoke of the harassing of busi
I ness and how the pendulum of public
j opinion is swinging back from its dan-
gerous condemnation o." business pro-
motors. It has been the popular sen
i timent in the past few years to berate
every man who had acqrired more
j than 30 cents in a commercinl way.
; The senator sees a change coming.
Senator Smoot began his excellent
ktalk with appreciation of the hospital-
j ity of Hawaii. He said that only good
could come from the visit to the con
gressmen and senators to these is
lands, which have been misunderstood
in Congress. He also assured his
hearers that each and every one of
the visitors was taking back with him
a new point of view with
w hich to
govern his support of measures affect
ing the islands. Hawaii has new de
fendants and is bound to receive more
J recognition In the national Congress,
he said, and closed with the following
"Godspeed to the people of Hawaii.
May they be blessed with health, hap
piness and prosperity forever. In thii
I but echo the voice of the entire con
gressionftl party visiting you now."
Masonle board of relief will hold a
regular meeting tonight at 5 o'clock.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F
meets in Odd' Fellows' hall at 7:30 to
night Pacific Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O.
O. F., will start a whist tournament
Thursday evening, May 13. Score
cards, 25 cents.
Ninety deaths occurred in Honolulu
last month, according to the report of
Miss M. H. Lemon, registrar-general
of vital statistics. Seventeen persons
died of tuberculosis.
- Yesterday was the 10th anniversary
of the establishment of the public ar
chives of the territory. On that day
Robert C. Lydecker was appointed li
brarian, which position he still holds.
The final accounts of James W. Rob
ertson as guardian ef Irma Wodehouse,
now of age, were approved today by
Circuit Judge Whitney and the guard
- The next regular meeting of the
Mothers' Club of Kaimuki will be held
at the Liliuokalani school at 2 p. m.,
Mayil4. A full attendance is desired
as matters of importance will be dis
cussed. ' The first meeting of the members of
the Board of Retail Trade under the
re-elected chairman, will be held next
Thursday' afternoon; in the rooms of
the Chamber of Commerce, beginning
at 3 6'clock.
An inventory Of the property of the
estate of Laika Keliiaa, deceased, was
filed in circuit court today by Wilmot
R. Chilton, administrator of the estate.-
The total estimated value of
the estate is $2998.
The West Coast-San Francisco Life
Insurance Company qualified at Terri
torial Treasurer McCarthy's office to
day and has been authorized to con
duct its business in the islands. B.
F. Dillingham Company, Ltd., is named
as local agent
Funeral services for Mrs. Mark Shui
were held from St Peter's church,
Emma street, yesterday afternoon, in
terment being in the Maklki cemetery.
Mrs. Mark was one of the best known
Chinese women in Honolulu. She is ;
survived by a widower and four chil- j
usually only need a food tonic to make
them strong and healthy -
is not only the best food tonic but is
j pleasant to take. Sold only by us.
' V Benson, Smith & Co.. Ltd.
Gooseberries. S. & W
Salt (Mort ons stone jars) .
Apple Butter Tea (ianleii)
Water Thin Biscuits. .... .
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
DAILY REMINDER I
Tbe Sweet Shop is "One or Millions"
these "Three Weeks."
Round the Island In auto, $4.00.
Lewis Stables. Phone 2141. Adv.
Fashionable gowns to order. Mrs.
W. E. Bell. Love Bldg Fort St Adv.
Ladies, there will be no disappoint
ment for you if you buy your millinery
at Miltoa & Parsons. Adv.
The tax office insist! that you take
your tax bill with you when paying
your taxes before May 15. Adv.
The advertisement of the Metropoli
tan Meat Market Is an intimation that
the best of everything to eat may be
"The Goodwin," only exclusive cor
set shop In Honolulu.- Pantheon bldg.,
rooms 21-22. Call and see the new
IP 16 models. Adv.
To "talk" to the other islands, ships
wireless. Operated by the Mutual
Telephone Co., phone 1574.
Four fine grocery items are reduced
in price for one day only tomorrow
at Henry May & Co.'s. Read the ad
vertisement in another column.
"Success Is more than money but
one must save and have money in
i crder to gain success."
Start a sav-
ings account today with the Bank of
All ladies interested call and see,
demonstration of "Goodwin" corsets,
every morning from 10 to 1. All new,
1915 models. Rooms 21 and 22, Pan
theon bldg. Adv.
It's such a "plane" window so
plane that Lewers & Cooke feel that
everyone will be interested in seeing ,
it for there are 70 planes in it an; '
no two of them alike!
Are you wearing that new Glen Ur-!
quhart plaid?- The latest in suitings,:
gentlemen, and sold only by the Ideal !
i coining to, ita.t tiotei street; in
the Pantheon building.
Every spare dollar ought to be
saved, of course. Everyone admits the j
necessity of thrift but so few prac-j
tise it In timet So now, actually go
down to the Bank of Hawaii and start i
a savings account adding to it regu -
Hawaiian songs the quaint fascin -
ating, typical melodies of this fair
land. Individually, in sheet music
or compiled -into collections of songs.,
At the Bergstrom Music Co., Odd Fel-
.Keiriilar Tri.v. -J.h- tin
Kvirular Prieo. '-W
KV-ular Price. ::0e tin
. Peular Price, 1V pkir
Boss .j Oven
Bake better or your money refunded promptly if not tatiifactory.
The Boss is fully asbestos lined, heats quickly, bakes uniformly.
Patented glass door, guaranteed not to steam up or break from heat.
Prices $2.95, $3.50, $4.50 and $6 each.
The House of Housewares
We attend to Checking and Sealing of
on all outgoing steamers without inconvenience to passengers.
We also make a specialty of Furniture Moving.
Union-Pacific Transfer ComDany, Ltd.,
U. S. Mail Carriers.
King St. next to 1 oung Hotel
Inws building, 'Fort' street
Kauai. Hawaiian, arrested by
; tective Stein and charged with sell-
mg liquor witnout a license,. was sen-!
i tenced to one: month at the citv prl-
son by District Magistrate Monsarrat
At the heavy reductions
that will obtain during the
continuance of our
no lady should miss the op
portunity of adding to her
collection of Porcelains
some of the ex quisi te
Plates, Gups and Saucers,
Vases, etc. that are com
prised in the stock how
. . SPllUA L. W for J.'e
little disc to 1-2-7-1
& Co., Ltd.
53-65 Kins: St.
j Officers in the Inter-Island steamer
I Mauna Loa report the following sugar
i awaiting shipment at ports along
Kona and Kau:
Punaluu 7500, Honu-
apo 2500, Kailua 390, Honokaa 3000,
j Kukaiau 20t)0, Paauhau 6000, Paaullo
1 2740 sacks.