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EVENING BULLETIN. HONULULi: r. 11.. SATI'ItDAY, MAY 11, 1!H)7.
The "Long Expected"
Just Arrived On Sierra
VI I'" .', f I ,
N.B. Call early; there is a large demand.
B. O. Hall & Son, Ltd,,
I FORT AND KING STS.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL 0fPheunil Th8a,re
THE ONLY TROPICA! HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals seiTed out of doors on large semi-circle verandas The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring every three weeks.
You 'don't have to lift out the
whole ice box to clean it, as in some
kindjs. Its movable flues make it the
easiest refrigerator in the world to
clean. And it has numerous other
superior featuies, including its eight
walls and its air-tight locks. The
ice rack is made entirely of galvan
ized iron and the shelves are adjust
able to any height. Made of SOLID
OAK or ASH with panels of quarter
sawed oak and in the latest and most
costly style of ornamentation the
LEONARD is the Handsomest Refrig
erator on the Market, and IT LASTS
Hackfeld & Co., Limited,
Any woman who Buffers from
Cramps. Backache, Nervou or
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Coa
ls tivenesg or General Weaknes
needs the Bitters to make her wetf
again. It ha3 cured thousands ins
the past 50 years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, 1
stands first. 'Try r bottle.
Presenting a Repertoire of Comedy,
farce and Melodrama.
"ARE YOU A MASON?"
Monday and Tuesday
'PRINCESS OF PATCHES"
Go To Interesting Points
But On No Set
There was no set program for the
Congressional visitors yesterday, j
They wandered about in a way that ;
seemed to indicate that they were j
satisfying their own sweet will and ,
Fort of doing the rest-up act. Quite ,
a number of them went out to the j
Aquarium and took in the fish, whieh
is surely a sight that no visitor to j
these Islands should miss.
A few went around Diamond Head J
but none were tempted to climb the j
steep sides to see what was on the i
inside of the crater.
A lew went out to Waikiki and '
experimented with surf-riding, and ,
after enjoying that sport for awhile!
paid a visit to Oahu College.
In the afternoon the party was
l.retty well represented at the recep
tion given by Governor and Mrs.
Carter, which proved to be a most en-
Preparations for the Kauai trip
v, ere begun quite early in the even
ing, although the time set for de
parture was not until 9 o'clock.
There was some slight misunder
standing regarding the hour of de
parture, but they finally got away
amid a shower of leis and good
Today will be spent in seeing the
s-ights about the Garden Island. A
hum will be given them at Eleele to
night and they will start on their
let urn trip early tomorrow morning.
Accompanying them were Repre
sentatives Coney, Silva and Sheldon
and Senator Knudsen of Kauai, Sen-
itor Palmer Woods and a number of
the members of the Territorial committee.
Only Three Days
More of Our Sale
Don't Miss This Opportunity To Get
POLITE VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN
THE OSBORN CHILDREN.
MR. LAVIGNE IN
A BIG DOUBLE SHOW!
Seats can be secured one week in
advance at the Box Office.
A Choice Roast
Pleases every one. We can please you by furnishing you
that kind e.t 16c per lb.
Beretania, Alakea and Union.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Each Cap- ."N. :
sule bears (MIDY)
Beware of counter eiii
In Fine New
IT'S for you !
MARSHAL HENDRY HAS
ANOTHER GUESS COMING
Imited States Marshal Hendry and
Federal District Attorney rsivekons
thought they had the embezzler Ross
V. Douglass yesterday afternoon,
v lien one of them tapped on Jhe
idioulder a man who was coming
down the gangplank from the Nip
pon Mam and told him he was want
ed. Hut they had another guess
coming. The man promptly and em
phatically denied that he was Doug
lass or that, he had beaten the Gov
ernment out of 4000 pesos or any
other sum. Further investigation
proved that he was right and fur
ther that bis eyes were brown, while
those of the man wanted, according
to the description sent to the offi
cials, are blue.
The man turned out to be .7. Mc
Anerney, who is on his wedding trip.
His wife, a beautiful woman, who
was with him when the Marshal at
tempted to arrest, him, appeared to he !
considerably amused at the situation
und at the discomfiture of the Feder
al officials when they discovered their
Semi-Made Robes, Ribbons,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear,
Corsets, Sheets and Sheeting,
Handkerchiefs- (Plain and EmbroiiM)
Ladies' and Children's Hose
A Full Stock of
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO
15P HOTEL STREET.
Phone Main 218.
Get the Best
See anything advertised
Come here and get it
GET THE GENUINE.
No "just as good" falK here.
We don't want to sell "some
thins jus as-good." We want
to sell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cot. Fott and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN J5I
J. M. LEVY & SO,
PHONE MAIN 149
CIGAR PAR EXCELLENT
A bungalow of 7 or 8 rooms, to cost
about $H'iOO. Address Cash, Bul
letin oflicc. 3C!0-lw
THE SALVATION ARMY
i. H. HERTSCME ... .General Manager
TALKED ABOUT "
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 197.
That's what happens to Halciwa'f( FUJITA & CO.
and the talk is the good kind. The CONTRACTOrs, builders and
cuisine, the service and the accom-; CARPENTRY WORK,
inodations at this hotel commend it Bamb00 Furniture Mado To Order
Hot ween race track and Waikiki
turn, gray striped, double-breasted
coat. Kinder return to Bulle
tin for reward. 3G0 If
Thursday evening, between Younfi
and Seaside Hotels, pink silk scarf.
Return to Hawaiian Hotel.
Meetings every evening, except. Wed
nesday, in the hall, corner of King
."treet and Nunanu avenue, commenc
ing at 8 o'clock. j
Sunday services: Knee-drill at 7
u. in. Holiness meeting at. 11 a. m.
Sunday school at 12:30 p. m. Young!
People's Legion meeting at 6 p. ni. I
Salvatoiu meeting at 8 p. m. I
Meetings in the Penitentiary and !
County Jail at 12:30 p. m.
Meetings in the Japanese hall, 158 N.
Tieretanin avenue, every Tuesday, Wed
nesday, Thursday and Saturday even
ings, commencing at 7:30 O'clock, and
Bible class every Sunday at 9:30 a. m.J
Meetings in the Koreau hall, 190 Ku
kui street, every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday evenings, commencing at
fi o'clock, Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.,
und Salvation meeting at 3 p. ni., even
Sunday school at 2:30 p. ui., ou
School street, near Liliha street.
Everybody is cordially invited to at
tend these meetings, and to send the
children to the' Sunday schools.
Adjutant and Mrs. Bamberry in
charge, assisted by Captalu Armstrong
tmd Lieutenants Long and Suycoka.
All the Latest Styles
Boys' Suits in All Styles
A full stock of PANTS for Men and
Boys. Shirts in all the new shades.
Neckwear in all the new makes and
Shades. Underwear, Sox.
Further Reductions in Prices
.j. .j. . .j.
Come and Examine the
Goods and Prices.
I LATE CHIEFESS LAID TO REST ;
, Kerr & Co.
to the class of people who know what
it is to live well and who know how,
Perhaps you are one of our guests.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Fin Job printing at the Bulletin.
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKU1.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Occidental Hotel Restaurant
Meals 25c. From 11 tc 2 every
Tues., Thurs., and Sat., Roast Turkey
and Cranberry Sauce, Frfth Lobster
Salad and Hot Mince Pic. Best va
riety of mewls iu the city. First-tlas-j
The funeral of the late chiel'ess
Olga Keahikuni Kekauonohi took place j
yesterday afternoon. The services j
ivere held in the St. Andrew's Cat lied-j
:a', which was fllied to overflowinjr '
with prominent Hawaiains, lio cam!
'.o pay their last respects to the de-
nailed. The Bishop, Kev. Mr. Simpson
l.ind ltrv. Alex. Mackintosh oflicliilcil,
liie hitler reading Uie funeral sorvii.e
:.. ii. i: n-lw. I, lw,..i,il
I lis, the Pier boing surrounded by til
j I'.uaicl of honor standing erect with Ua- '
! nilis in t heir hands.
After Iho services in the church the
taken to the Kawaiiiliiui
OFF FOR KAUAI
The Congressional visitors got
away for Kauai on the Kinau last
n it.. il t about !) o'clock.
Quite a crowd of cllizens were at
the dock to bid I hem happy voyage. vtniaius were
'Secretary Atkinson did not go wit h j icimterv, where they were buried, ne.'
the I'oiigrcssiiien. On accountof the 'to the plot occupied by the mother of
iiovei nor's departure lor the Coast , i'"e hue i liieless. An Imposing cortege,
l,,,v, the Secretary was detained In ,01 hich the sisters ol tbe Kaahumar.u
Society l.inned a conspicuous Icuiiii",
Pillowed Hie hearse from the Catlniliai
i'b.weis and leis were 111 prohi-. , ,.,, ,,,..,, ,.,, ,.
'.Uiiii and n happier crowd of Hailors ' VV;S iiiipusing one, I be eii-
tieu-r .ailed ibe ure.in blue lire alt.iir liciliv. tiilnliirl. il .-,1 1 i. llv ,ie
I . . toiiling l.i Hie lu aill II ill and staicl-
FOR SIX MONTHS
The residence of
HON. W. L. STANLEY.
Very low rental to suitable tenant.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
In truth', our cellars are fa
mous. They contain the best
wines, and liquors, and beers
in this city. Telephone us to
day, Main 3G. It's always well
to have on ice a little of your
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
FT -J i
cp u nw
Lord and Beta,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Ropk.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
EOWLING, TURKISH BATHS AND
:W BULLETIN ADS. PAY -JJHC.
1'i'H imuiic- nl Ibe (I'd ll.iuailail da
At Hotel Baths
HOURS 7 A. H. TO 10 T, M.
Evenlnfi Bulletin 75c. Per Month
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
ON HAMM-VOUNG COMPANY, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
Leading Hat and
Welcome the visiting- Congression-
a party. We CLEAN hats and cloth
' ui-. 1154 FORT ST. r VHONF.