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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLDMJ. T. H., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 1909,
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from what vou generally sec in the.Hnc of shoes; something
you know fs good in the wearing of which you know you
arc properly dressed.
Laird, Scrober & Co.,
Kid Garden Tie
MADE EXPRESSLY FOR TAILOR-MADE GOWNS.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE
CLUPECO SHRUNK QUARTER SIZE COLLARS
A collar that fits as well
after laundering as before
15 cents J for i'l trnt.
CMIRTT. TKAIIODV fc Co , Tror. S Y.. M ikcr f Clutlt SMrU
This Department in our cstntliiliucnt is supplied with
the same lines of goods you get in similar places on tho
mainland. We make a Specialty of IMPORTED AND DO
MESTIC CHEESE, SALT AND FRESH CHEESE, PICKLES,
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
. Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE.AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO.. Bath. Mains;
PARROTT & CO.rStn Trancisco.
C. II. BROWN 18
Returning From 27,000
Mile Search For
After n search extending nil over
tile United States, Charles II. Drown
of Honolulu returned here )etorday
with his wito anil child, says the Ex.
nmlnervof Jan. 8. They registered
at the Hotel Stewart nnd will take
the next hoat hound for Honolulu.
Tho story of Hrown's chase after
his wife, which extended over 27,000
mites, und his fulling In the aid of a
deputy United States marshal, Is ro
mantle, ilrown Is a wealthy sugar
planter In Honolulu. He lost track
of his wife nnd hurried from Hono
lulu to San Francisco and took up tho
tinll here, journejlng from city to
city. Last Monday he nrrlved In El
Paso and learned that his wife was
it lllshee, Ariz. Arriving there, lie
was lnformedvthat Mis. Ilrown nnd
tliu child were tit Douglas. Ilrown
again took a train, nnd this time un
listed the services of Deputy United
States Marshal John W. Poster. The
missing woman was located In the
passenger stntlon of the Kl Paso &
"Well, hello, Pa," said Mrs. Ilrown
when her husband walked up to her.
There wns a dramatic scene, after
which llruwn and his wife und child
loturncd to lllshee. The same night
they started for this city on the way
to Honolulu. The couple and their
little girl arrived In San Krunclsco
yesterday, and at once booked passage
for the Islands.
Mrs. lb-own is a woman of striking
personality ami beauty. Sho Is many
yearn her husband's Junior. Ilrown
Is tall and well preserved, but well
on In years. At the Hotel Stewart
yesterday ho said:
"I am sorry the affair has gained
publicity, My wife went to Arlipnn
to receive money In a legacy that was
left her. I do not care to discuss the
matter any furthpr."
Ilrown has cngagod passage for his
wlfo and himself on the steamer HI Io
nian, which sails January 13th. He
Is Credited with being a man of great
wealth, nnd has been a resident of
Honolulu for many years. He Is re
served In manner, and informed no
one In San Kranclsco that ho. was
t-eurclilng for his wlfo when he arrl.y
d In this city a month ago. 'He
showed jestciday that he was still
under n montnl strnin, nnd that speak
lug of the search wns distressing to
him. The little daughter of the cou
ple Is eight years old.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCMHE
. HOMQLpLq.Jap.20. 1909
V-. Or f TOCK
Z Brewtr Cn-
Bwt Plmtatlon Co ....
lloiiofnti Sugar Co ....
Itonok.t SuirCo. ,,
Ilutclilion Sugir Plant.
KiHuku PUiitMtion t o
K.k.ha Suit Co- ...
Oalia Sigar Co ..
OltomcaSaftat Co ..
Ookola S(.ir CUM Co
Paaliau Sugar rint Co
Pacific Suir Mill
Pala Namallon Co ....
Prfirfkfo Surar Co...,
Wruulcu Sugar Co ....
Waltnanala Sur Co.
Walmca Surar Mill I'o
Itntr-lilaiiJ SIMM N Co
Hawaiian Kltclllc Co.,
Moil DTIkLCa rrtl
Mutual Ttlrjliorie Co
Niiiiku Hi-iwr (a,
Oaho R A I. Co
1 1 Molt KCo,. ........
Hawaiian Plntapplt Co.
llw Trt 1C....
Haw.Ttr W pc.......i
itawTtr i- pc
Haw Gov! f PC
Ham. Ditch Co.,
llw SuK.r Co7. . c...
Hlki R RC Coil 0 PC
llonak&a Sutar co C
llan. K I'H uCntp t
Kahuku I'.anl Cflt pr
O'ha R I.Cou-.c.
faliu bnxar C I P c .,
Claa Socart i;(i&
Pac Suit. Aim Co. 6
Pala I'lantalUi Co ....
Plonw Mill Co pc.
NE of the advantages of a line of
fine clothes such as ours is the
variety of styles you find to
select yours from
Hart Schaffner & Marx
show a greater Variety of patterns and
fabrics tnan any other two or three
clothes-making concerns in the coun
try; and we have a chance to select
our goods from their great line.
That means that nobody eltc has anything like them; and it
meani that you have your pick from the best stock of clothes made.
Overcoats of nil kinds nnd styles; suits
of many fabrics, 118 to $S0. 1'ull dress
and Tuxedo a specialty. : :: .: :
This store it the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes. '
ELKS' BLDO., Ktfta ST. near FORT. PHONE G51.
1 Kl-.B floWl
Cfyti(lt l)o' tJ Hut Sdutrocr & Mir
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
HOW TO" CURE
THE DRINKING HABIT
We are honestly desirous of curing
all who aru addicted to drink, and It
you are Interested In any ono needing
Orrlne we Invito ou to write us. Our
correspondence Is confidential and our
replies are sent In plain scaled envel
opes, orrlne No, l, is tho secret treat
ment and No. 2, for those, who wish
tho voluntary treatment. $1 per box.
Orrlne. is sold on an absolute guoran
tee to effect a euro or money will be
refunded. Tho Orrlne Company,
Washington, D. C. Tho leading drug
gists endorse Orrlno. Sold by Honolu
lu Drug Co., Fort street.
Sales Uetween Hoards 150 Hon.
I). & M. Co., 123; SO Haw Sug. Co.,
3G; 10 Haw. Sug. Co. 3G; fi Pioneer,
SHI; 151 1'loneer. HI, t400o Pioneer
Cs, HO;. Session-, W Oluu, jr..
Latest sugar quotation 3.67 cents or
$73.40 r-r ton.
Sugar, .3 67 cents
Beets, 10s I l-2d
L0UL AND itNfcltAL
W Christmas brought into most
homes'a lot of new things that will
displace the old. Let a B u 1 1 e t i u
Want Ad. sell the unwanted things.
fill X'H 'uwjuns-a-j -062 auouj
jf.b. tea. e, will be Tag uay r.s.
Commercial Hating. Merc. Ilcfer-
enco Agcy., 39 Young uiug. i-uoae
Tho Y. M. C A. has nut yet decided
whether to establish a branch near I.el
' Inter-Island und O. It. ft U shlpglng
looks for salu utthu llttllutln
ofllce. CO each.
Go to "Tho Royal Annex."
Take your carrlaKo or uutornoblln
to lUvallan Carriage Mnnrg. Co., for
Court l.unalllo No. CC00, A, O. !'.,
will meet In l'jllilan Hall, Harrison
building, this uVenig at 7:80,
Kldu In tho swell StudeDnkar driven
lU... Ul.t.'a..:.. T....I n- "y lho lcrt eh,nffaur, M. -T. Lull.
Htnry WllBfnOllSB UUSI UO.. Pnoneiai. noyamawnllan parage.
M.mb.r. Honolulu" Stock and Bond T1""".. 'K. ':1! ?.T "f .
MChnot - yrtuiuoifuuuuH iliu hibi. siiuvii uaya
Tungsten Lamps are Superior
Brilliancy, Quality and Efficiency
They are specially adapted to stores nnd show windows
where it is desirable to give the true color values.
The first cost is soon offset by the saving in current
Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd.
rum Anu MjprtbnArre- oi. .. ,
;5" TELEPHONE 730.
o wmm m ill Ii t I
Tho Hawaiian band will bo heard at
Aalu park this evening at 7:31). Kol
lowing is tho program;
Maroh Philadelphia ....... Merger
0urture Paragrajih Three.... Suppo
Intermezzo Diana Klrby
Selection Dohemlnn Olrl Hallo
Vocal Hawaiian songs., or. by Derger
Selection Morning Pnrado . ...Hunio
Walts City Ufo Trnnslateur
Honolulu and All Moku Derger
Tho Star Spangled Ilannvr.
Seattle employer of Kvnn J. Col
IIiih charges htm with obtaining. mon
ey by frhe pielmses.
from 10c per pair up to 75o
Ii. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE. OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Ttock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Cowl, Garden Soil. Eto. SAFE MOVING A SPT
CIALTY. . , . .
To purchase second-hand men's and
women's clothes. K. Hayashl, W,
W. Wright llulldlng, King St.
Mayor Puts Motion To
Tho meeting of tlib Hoard uf Super
visors last nlghi mlgtit well serve; as a
modol for ftituro reference. The busi
ness was transacted without a hitch,
the Mayor und tho members working
together as If there had never been the
slightest rift In tho Into.
Moving Picture Uonlno, wrote for por
nilBslon to tako some films of the flru
department In actldn for Use at tho
Alasko-Yukon oxixjsltlon, pointing that
this would servo to adverttso the Ter
ritory, Tho Hoard agfaed' with him
und Ahla, Logan and Aylelt were at
pointed as it special committee to at
tend to tho matter.
V,8. 1-yman wrote, that tho, Paumalu
road should bo wjdened und repaired
Oulhn just moved to notify hlin that
as it was a territorial road t which had
t.o(vcr'-lK!en accepted by tho County,
the City and County would have no th
ink .to do with It; later he moved to
ri'TeV the matter to tho Engineer and
so notify I.yman. Thls-carricd,
The supplemental appropriation bill
came up for lU dual rcaillng. Alila
moved to adopt It. Kern put tho mo
tion and It passed, only McClollnn vot
ing In tho negative.
Tho Hoard aUJburned until Thursday
at 7:30 p. m.
MOVING PICTURES THAT 'TALK.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
THEY ARE KEEN
Tho great moving plcturo talking
and singing machine the Cainerabhono,
will open at tho Opera House Saturday
nght, January 23. This is (ho machine
that has met with stici success all ovZr
tio world. Tho program ,wlll bo mado
up of auileWllo numbers, such as
comic .songs and dances, dramatic acts,
operatic nuniberaf speeches, etc. This
will bo an evening of fun. Boats uro
on Bale at Ilorgsirom Muslo Co. I'up
ular prices, lEo, 25c, 35c and HOC,
Paul Iscnhcrg has caused the arrest
r.f Dr. Case, tho veterinary, for heed
less drhliig of nu auto on tho Koolau
joko road last rrldny. Tho machine
frightened a team Iscnhcrg was driv
ing, and although ho wus In Imminent
danger, It Is stated, tho uutols( did
nothing to nssldt him
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 18S.
of January, and no other deaths from
C6ql&tfQ(lid3easr - - .
Mra.'w. u. Mcuonagie, wno inm uoeu
a pationt 'av the (itiecn s Hospital ror
suVeral weeks.'ltf convalescing and ex-
tects'to returu to her resldcnco In a
few 'diiys. ,
The habeas corpus procoedlrigs pend
ing In the Federal Court In the case of
George Wade, who wus recently par
doned, were dismissed by Judge Dole
J as. -', .Mornn nas tiuciuod,to-4ioan
don tho merchandise , fenturo of his
ciicitou business, confining himself to
outldo and, reftl estato auctions und
inn hiock; uusuicbs.
Spcclt( mvdtlug bf I'acin- Ixidgu No.
822 A '.V. and. M., at 7:30 this even
Ing for work In tho first degree. Mem
bers 6( Hawaiian Lodgo and sojourn
ing members are cordially Invited to
h'ddle BlcamlfO.it, a Hawaiian, left a
lamp-burning In his room on tho cor
ner uf Dowsutt lano and King street
last night, starting a small blaze. Tba
firo was extinguished before the flru
J. M. Dowsc't yesterday bought at
auction the Ufo Interest of John I).
If pi t, Sr., In tho Makaha lands, In the
WUIanae district, lio conslderatlonjio
Ing JCO00. Tho land comprises an urea
of about W0 acreB.
The anniversary of tho birth of Em
poror William of Germany will be cel
ebrated ono week from today in thu
Herman Consulate. An elaborate re
ception Is planned by tho house of
llatkfeld on tho occasion
"The Royal Annex" swell meals.
Mrs. .Maria Hush Lelelwl, eldest
daughter of the Into John K. Hush, died
yesterday afternoon at tho Hush rest
dence. Hotel Btreet, near Punchbowl,
aged 41 )ears, Tho funeral services
will take placo at 3 o'clock this after
noon from tho residence.'
Norman Kellogg was arrested last
I night on a charge of malicious Injuiy
for breaking tho window of a Japuncsti
saloon on Uerctunla avenue, near Man
Lriukea. Kellogg and another man, u
Hawaiian, luul a struggle In front or
the place, ending with Kellogg striking
against tho window and breaking It
R. J. Lord of tho now contracting
firm Just established leaves on tho Ala
meda today for- Washington to look
cvor the Pearl Harbor drydock propo
sition and enter a bid. It Is said that
ho may make a trip around tho world
Immediately after leaving Washington
Mr Whltchouso accompanies Mr. Lord
to tho mainland.
Attorney General Hemenway cabled
to the Clerk of tho Supremo Court at
Washington, jestorday to send the man
dates In tho Cotton tiros, caso hero as
soon ns possllilo, If ho has not already
dono so. The decision of tho Supreme
Court In this caso awarded tho approxi
mate sum of (30,000 to thu Tenltor)
of Hawaii, and this can uot bo collect
od until thu mandates In tho case ur
As a Beverage
Soda Water is quite the most refreshing thing we know of.
It Alls one with delight nnd enables thoic who indulge feel
that there is something in life worth living for. We be
lieve ours is the best obtainable in Honolulu. It is always
fresh, sparkles like diamonds, nnd is propcily flavored. Let
us have your orders. .....
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. PHONE 71'.
TABLEWARE TUMBLERS: Water, Lemonade. Claret. Rhinewine,
.ueer, JTunoh, Cocktail, Whiskey, Hinhball, Ice-Tea, EgR-nogp;.
COMPORTS, WATER BOTTLES. CHEAPEST GLASSWARE in Honolulu.
LEWIS & CO,, Ltd.,
1CD King St.
THE CROCKERY EMPORIUM.
Filling and Grading
The wet weather will soon be on. Ycu should have your ground .
filled in before tho winter rains set in. Wc have earth filling for sale
at REASONABLE PRICES. PHONE 890
P. ML Pond. Contractor
' Victoria Taffetas
All Silk, and of superior quality; 10 in.
white, and colors, at CSc per yard.
Fine French Serge
In cream and black; 45 inches wide, at $1.50 a yard. Makes
Of Superior Quality.
An up-to-date linj of WHITE MADRAS WAISTINGS
and SHIRTINGS. In stripes, plaids, and figures, all new.
New Curtain Swiss
White and in colors. ,
wide, in black, i