Newspaper Page Text
EVBNINO BULLETIN,, HONOLULU. T. It., FtttDAY, MAY 1.1, IMC.
o jl JiiO 1 A. J-iib
FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Fifteen yards for ?lj $1.10 a riiccc of 25 yards.
Fine quality; 27 inches wide; 23c. n yard; reduced to
ISc. a yard,
White, Navy Blue and Alice Blue; 20c. per yard; re
duced to 12V&C a yard.
Art Window Drapery
Thirty-six inches wide; 30c. a yard; reduced to 20c, a
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
MONEY - RAISING SALE
Still On at
Yec Chan & Co.
' CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
LADIES TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME THIS IS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE
t YEAR REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY
FANCY and PLAIN GINGHAMS Regular price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, 15 yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Regular 10o. and 15c. yard; now 5c. a yard. i
New lot of CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular
price, 50c. a yard; now 20c.
REMNANTS in DRESS GOODS now on display. Will
sell at your own price.
HEAVY WHITE COTTON BLANKETS Regular $1
per pair; will let them go at 65c. per pair.
REMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
SALE COME EARLY
Yee Chan & Co.,
KING EDWARD'S FUNERAL
I.ONt)OX, May 12.4-rrrom two to three thousand dollar In the prlco
tho use of n eIiirIb room In tho fashionable quarters to obtain n view
(if tlio funeral of King IMward The funeral pageant will he the most
elaborate In llstor, and fiom all over the world peoplo urc hastening to
Ijimloii in order to witness It. There hae been so many Inquiries for
sent'j In windows which command a view of the streets through which
the funeral will pass Hint a further advance In prices Is predicted.
Heats on the street along tlio line of march are selling at fifty dol
lars each. Thousands nrc being disposed of at this price. I'oopl6 'nble
lo pay more, and hoping to hae th eiomfort of a private apartment, ara
dls.oerlng that It will cost them powlhly three thousand dollars fur the
brief excellence of wntthlng the funeral go by. Sales nt these figures
are not numerous, but those who hac the rooms are holding out, ex
pecting Hint as tlio number of visitors Incicascs, thr-lr opportunity will
Tlio funeral Is to take ptaco on May 20, '
MANY DUMPED INTO SALT LAKE.
HALT LAKE CITY, May 12. A hundred porsons wcro precipitated
Into the Great Salt l.ako tonight by (ho collapsing of n stulrway of tlio
Silt.tlr Hippodrome. The stairway, which Is above tlio lake, was crowd
ed with peoplo visiting the hippodrome, and gao way ulidcrjhclr weight.
Their rcsctio from the wntcrs of the luko was an easy matter, Its great
density preventing any from sinking, and tint a single life was lost. A
dozen were hurt In tlio collapsing of iho stairway.
mi. i i m
AUGUSTUS HElNZE CLEARED.
NIJW YOltK, May 12. Augustus Hclnzc, the. wealthy banker whose
Indictment and arrest shortly after the great panic caused n national sen
sation, was acquitted todny on all charges of misapplication of tlio funds
of the Mercantile National Hank, while ho was Us president. Ho was
nlpo tonpletely cleared of the rhargoof over-certlllcatlon of checks drawn
upon his brother's firm, the Otto llclnzo company.
SOUTH AMERICANS WILL FIGHT SOON.
WASIIINOTON, I). C, May 12 Advices rccched hero are to tho
effect Hint n collision between tho armies of H-uador and rem Is Immi
nent. Hot li countries nrc continuing feverish preparation for hostil
ities, and news of an engagement Is expected here at any time. A very
bloody conflict anticipated If hostilities start.
ALL NATIONS WILL FLY AT NEW YORK. '
Ni:V YOIIK, May J 2. Tho Now York Aero Club has decided to ho.u
an International aviation meet nt Hempstead, Long Island. It Is expect
ed that irprcsQiitatlves of nil nation, will gather to compete for tho
prizes to tin offered, and that there will bo tho biggest showing et nude
of aerial navigation ' ,,
m i m I
TRAIN ROBBERS ARE CAUGHT.
HIOn.NIX, Ariz., Mny 12. The bandits who held up " Southern
Pacific train near here on Wednesday hae been captured. Tho posses
whl.li weie out hunting them found them In Cnnagrnndc, and arrested
them without n battle.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
SHARP SHOCKS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.
SAN lll'ltNAltniNO, Cal., May 12. A sharp earthquake shock was
felt here at 10:.10 tonight. No damage was Mono, tTlic shock was felt
In a number of older cities, and caused some alarm. '
ww wwrMw M
EIGHT STUDENTS DROWNED.
W11.KKS1IAIUIK. I'll.. May 12.
tonlght by the Nuking of n rowbont.
-Klght students were drowned here
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
See Window Display
L. AHOY, - Nuiianu St.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE TOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, TOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. '
jCandy Fresh Daily
Wc make the best grades of enndy here and the as
sortment is 'large. Chocolates a specialty.
THE PALM CAFE,
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
t(V?K Nimcinn R
It Is (lllllcnlt to believe that thu
author of the thrilling drama present
ed at tho Opera Ilonuu last evening 1
tho writer who under tho piuudoii) m
of Hush Morton, wrote "The Hello of
Now York," nud "Tho Olrl Krom Up
There." C. M. 8. McClellan, tho mtSt
lullllant hitter and cjnlcnl Journalist
In New York offered his play to ii
half dozen maii.iKcis only to meet
with a iefus.il until Mrs. Tlsko saw
Its possibilities and on December 12,
1901, piodnccd It ut tho Manhattan
Theater ami made nil Instantaneous
hit. Tho play loses nono of Us viril
ity In tho production by the. Mcltac
Company and Iho plajors wcro care
full) selected Miss Oswald, In tho
title role, excelled all her previous
work and whllo hcr's wus not a star
mirt, benred nn artistic triumph, Louis
Morilsou wns Leah's father, tlikf,
blackguard aiid hero, all In one;
James Dillon was I'.iul Sjhaine, pol
itician and philanthropist, llcorsa
Wqbb was tho jouns degenerate
bnither bf tho Rill Hylvulno was lu
marry and a perfect picture of n
t-coundrclly roue. As Klesclmn's
alct and ticcoiiipllco, Grllllth Wray
presented In his sullen, hopeless lovo
for Leah it clocr character study. Tho
first curtain fell upon an audlcnca
who know they had a treat before
them Tho most thrilling climax Is In
Iho second act,, when Leah sajs
"Herp we rtaud .i gentlemui, a blick
cuard mid a Ihicf. and I'm tho thief,"
Tho harassing foaru and douhls of
Klcschiiu mid b'eliram na they wait for
Leah's return, tho fright am agony
of joung Herton when he offers to
shnro hs Knolls with tho older thief
and tho thrilling sceno between futh
er and daughter whero Leah finally
cuts herself frco fiom nil of them aro
tho most tenso and artistic episodes ol
the phy, in another respect tlio
drama Is moro trim to life than tho
nvviago pieco, Characters appear
Mich us Miss Hudson's clover Trench
Impersonation and hor sweetheart,
played by Chas Itojiil and dlsnppoar
foicMu, KICEihnn .mil joung llertou
fall Into oblivion hefmo tho pltc? Is
gmt. Of all the playH pioiT'cd oy
ll.p Mcltao Company this !n tin om
most worth seeing
Tho' east Is us follows:
Paul Sllvalno (A member of thn
Chamber of Deputies.) .Jambs Dillon
KkKcliim (An Austilati criminal,
known as Monster (larnloi) ...
, I.mils Morilsor.
Schinni (Ills pnl, notifg as u wv
Mint) ,..., (Iilint.i Wr.ij
Ocill. Ucrton (of tho Punch Army)
Itaoul Dertoji (Ills son).tlcarfce Webb
Valentino Kaio (A joimg Journal.
1st) I. Clio. ltn.Mil
Anton l'aff (A lining iR'asant) ..
Johanti (An old peasant) ..LVI Halter
Itelchmaiin (A farmer) . .Fra.ik Howe
llaptlstc (A valet do diamine) , .
, ..,, Henry Alexander
Madamo llerton (Wlfo of (le.il. Her
ton) .'. Iiulsu Melnisi
Claire (Her Daughter) ..Kdlth Kllloti
Sophia Chaiionnlers (Valentine's
sweetheart) Laura Hudson
Prleda (A poasaut girl)
Chnrlotto (An old peasant womai ),
Dlani'hu I urns
Leah (Daughter of Klcuchna) ....
Margarot Os iyiiI 1
"Tho Heronlo of Mufeklng" ono of
Sollg's best military films, will bo the
feature film at tho l'ark tonight. It Is
full of thrilling battle scenes nud fin
attack on an armored train. Thcro
will also bo a good westurn plituru
and somo'good comedies. Harris ami
Vernon, although having been hero
six weeks, are going better than any
team In town and It is not to bo wond
ered at fur their dancing Is nothing
bhort of marvelous. Tonight and to
morrow nlglit Mr- Harris, by le'juest
will sing his famous Stuttering Hong
It Ib with ffgrtt that 'Mr. Rongdon
announces that this will bo tho lait
chnnco tu bee this clover team, as
they sail on tho Sierra, -
MpOrnth and Page audoOlle fav
orllo banjolBls, arrlted on tho H,-d
Hlerra today for nn engagement at thu
Noelly Theater. They open Monday,
May 10, and will Introduce their mil
dly banjo net, consisting of popular
high cIufh music and Imitations on
the onu American instriiiiuiit "Tho
Iliinjo." They also Illustrate hlstor
leal events of tho Civil War In tho
uniform dress of 1861, phi) lug tho up
pioprlatu music. This Is an act that
will appeal to all.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
THE SUIT we are selling for
$20.00 shows what we have
accomplished. They are really re
markable, values. We have reached
the climax of value giving in these
splendid Blue Serge Suits.
They are suits we stand back of;
suits that will give you an unlimit
ed amount of satisfaction. We
guarantee them to be absolutely
fast colors and not to fade, and
should it in any way prove un
satisfactory we will replace it with
another suit free-
, We .Have a Yerv Larr e Stock
'Everything of this charac
ter that vour business de
mands will be found in our
store in great variety.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Blank Books and
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
TYPEWRITERS! TYPEWRITERS 1 1
Repaired, cleaned, and, mado as
good as new. All work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 10 and we will
do the rest.
IlenKon Smith & Co, Ltd., have a
now supply of Haas & Hun's ddlclom
Inter-Island nnd O
'iooKh for sale nt
I (illicit, r,0v each,
It. & I,, shipping
Iho II ti 1 1 oil n
Book.! Booksl Books!
BROWN & LYON CO,, LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
Just Arrived at
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.-
Hotel, Opposite Union
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction' of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique fn its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Mcrcrd with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traflh Mnnacer. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS CRYSTALBUTTER
BECAUSE IT IS SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS WHEN IT
LEAVES THE DAIRY, AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE
US TO KEEP IT ALWAYS FRESH.
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
RECEPTION BAND CONCERT.
Thorn will ho a puhllc hand con.
icrt thin ovculiiR ut half-past hoyhii
ut l.unltana Hall. Thu program fol
lows; Tho rortuRUCsc Anthem.
Murth KIiib Manuel..., (lonnalvoi
Ovcrluro rcatltal Suppo'
Tho Tortlillfiht IToickhIoii. ..
Tho PortURiioito Tattoo . , .Mojicllcs
Vocal Havwillau Boiirh
Ar h Ili-rKor
Selection Mutdinl Hevlow ,,.,,.
liilermezio Dun Cupid . ...Kiwnq
rina'e Drvuuiti of llnpilni'. . . .
, , . , .Thurhan
Tho Portuguese Anthem,
The Hlar Spangled llanuor.
In cr-Itdand and O
IkkiUh for naif nt
(ifllco, OQa each,
tl r r. vlilni.lm.
it, x i-M''r -
tho llul ot lul
Always on hand for Sale or Exchange
g Auto Supply Department
JtrtafPT i. MTP