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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 05, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 8

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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H,. WEDNESDAY, APR. 5, 19tt.
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BIG DOINGS AT .
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sts.
The Great Sacrifice Sale Now On
We do not consider the cost of goods In this sale, as we need the room for
tlie Urge shipment now on the way. This is your opportunity to buy your dry
goods supply for the year.
Fancy and Plain GINGHAMS, regular 10c yard goods 15 Yds. for $1
Forest Mill WHITE COTTON, 1 yard wide, fine and pure ....12 Yds. for $1
White and Gray COTTON BLANKETS, $1 per pair, now 65c pair
White Cotton TOWELS, 10c each, now . So each
White Cotton TOWELS, large size, 20: each, now 10c each
Ladies' WOOLEN SWEATER COATSi formerly $5.50, $4 and 3.50 now
$3, $2.50 and $2
Men's OVERSHIRTS, formerly 50c, 75c, $1.25, $1.50 and $1.75 each) now
. . 25c, 50c, 75c and $1 each
Men's SUITS, regular $10 suit, now $5.50
Men's SUITS, regular $7.50 Suit, now $400
Men's WOOLEN PANTS, $4 pair, now 2.50
Men's WOOLEN PANTS, $3 pair, now 200
Men's Fine MERCERIZED HALF HOSE, 20c pair, now tt'je
Men's Fine MERCERIZED HALF HOSE, per box 6 pairs 75c
Men's Fine Colored HALF HOSE, regular 15c pair, now 3 Pairs for 25c
Boys' Washable KNEE PANTS, 35c each, now 15c each
Boys' Washable SHIRT-WAISTS, 35eeach, now 15o each
The large stock of MEN'S, WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S SHOES will
be sold regardless of cost.
OUR PRICES ARE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST BARGAINS OFFERED
IN HONOLULU
TEACHER TO BE
SIFTED
(Continued from Page 1)
Complon u.is uiKnpod fm a tenr It
cuius, uml tlio ilopartiiH'iil did mil
wIkIi to iIIhcIi.iirc hor licfino tliat time
,miu up where It liml no elcflnlto pi oof
til it slii' liml lulat ed the rules uf
tlit department, when slie nilKht lime
n binds ror a mill for Inciuh of ron
tract, when the xrhool trouble would
be iiliud, which wns what tlio Uo
pirtment most wished to nnlil. i
So UiIiikh went nloiiK for n llttlo
while limner, until (lllwon left llllo
for llaiiiakii.i n'uout two weeks no
.lust l.iftei that the Incident occurred
whli h wan the illiect hauls for chnrKCH
of Innubnrillniilltm wliltli were pie
feried Ijj HIlIiiiioiiiI. I
Gibson's Statement.
I.tit l'riiliij inurnlliK, Just before)
Iho s.illlni; of the Mtiiina Kei, Mr Olb
Mm pit' the II til let In rcinr.citii
tle ,i nt.iti'iiicnt of tlio affair an lie
had found It I
"The tuiB.itlKfiiclin) sliite of affairs
In tlio high school had existed fiu
rinno time past," said Ml (llbson
"Thcro wan lonshlcrahlo frclliiir lo
t weiii Mrs Compton ami the other
teachers, lint it wan theiunht best, If
possible, to avoid trouble b lettlne
Mrs Complon remain on the kIiiIT of
the K'hool until the next school e.ir
"A short time iir'i Mr Hlcliiiiond
mailo Ills charces HK.ilust Mrs Comp
ton Theso were based solcl on her
conduct In hchool, and had nothlni;
whatever to do with matters outside
of the school lie i bulged her with
Insubordination ami with Interfering
with the work of the othei tJiuhers.l
"Iho lUHubonlln itlnn eoiislstcd n
refiislns to compl) with certain re
ipiestH made b the prlnilp.il for
school work At times Mrs Comptoit
would refuso to ohe these reiptesls
when theso wcie made In tho absence,
of witnesses, and she would then
ncrco to these saiiio requests when'
these were made later on In tho pre
eiuo of 6ther kadicm
Mrs. Compton Scored.
"A few elujn ago, when I was on this
Island, Mis. Compton lefusod to glc
Mr Itlclimond the plans for certain
uliool work, when he reipiestcd her
to do so, and later on she icpcatcd her
icfusnl In tho piesoiiie of a couple of
teachers. As u mattci of fact, who'i
I returned I found that tlio feeling
among tlio tenclicis In the high school
was so Intense and tlio whole situa
tion so hud that It seemed Impossible
to luuo It continue
AccordltiKly I decided to Investigate
the whole uffulr I asked both sidei
to make their statements In writing
Mr. Itlclimond compiled, making
charges as t staled above, based puio
1) on matters pertaining to tlio school
work. Mrs Compton did not mako
her charges In writing, I gave her
until tho morning of last Tuesday in
which to wilto her charges and pres
ent them to mo.
Feeling Runs High,
On Tuesday morning I went to tho
High school I found tho feeling In
tense and tho situation worse Mrs
Compton did not have any written
charges for me I presonted hor with
u copy of Mr Hlclimond's charges 1
then went to tlio other (cachets on
tlio High school staff for conobora
tlon of tho charges !ery ouo of
them was corroborated and tho other
teachers subscribed to the statement
of the charccs.
"It Is not truo Ihat tliero was any
thing like a row or a tight In tho
school on this occasion, at least, not
to mj knowledge Tho onl) thing
which might In tho faintest !nannr
resemble, occurred when I had decid
ed to suspend Mrs Complon, and lind
nsked tho commercial teacher to t)pe
wrlto tlio notice for me. While this
teacher was doing this, Mrs Comp
ton mule some Indefinite charges
against Unit teacher Sho was how
eci, cry much excited, and tho most
charitable Interpretation of It Is that
she did not know what she was sit
ing There were, however, no pupils
present at tho time, although It Is
possible that some of them m,i have
seen through the glass door what was
going on.
Some Naughty Charges.
"In m official Investigation I have
taken no account of Irregular charges
based on othet than strictly scholastic
matters I hao heuid vailous stor
ies of various kinds, as, for Instnnco,
thut that soma high school pupils had
danced tho hula for Mrs Compton at
her residence I asked tlio father of
tho boj who was pir'lcularl) named
In this connection (Mr (llbson named
this lad), and I was assumed that nil
theio was to the affali was the sing
ing of somo Hawaii in aim. You may
stato definitely that tho udlon taken
bj mo was based soel on school af
fairs puro and simple "
In the mean tlmo Iho Investigation
did nothing towards quelling tho spi
rit or icvolt which existed among tho
pupils On Tuesday afternoon (lilt
son nsked tho imllcc to guard tho
school, and tlio follow lug morning Of
ficer da Cnmbra went to Iho school,
but was told by Illchmnud that his
services wero not needed
Pupils on Strike.
On Thursduv tho affair became Mill
more serious through the action of a
number of tho pupils who, as soon
as prajors had been said, matched
out of tho school, across the streot
and Into the jnrd or the Andrews'
place whero Mrs Compton resides.
Altorno Carl Smith went to tho
stcno during Iho morning and found
tho pupils theio, twentj -thico Inniini
bci He asked them what they wero
doing and called them together lo ex
plain to him what win thd troublo
The pupils answered that somo of tlio
teachers were "down on" Mrs. Comp
ton, and wore trjlng to get her dis
charged Tho pupils said that they
"wero not going to stand for that."
Pupils Memorialize.
Later on tho pupils hold a mooting
at which n petition on the subject
was roi mulaieil for transmission to
tho Im-irel of education It appears
that this document, whllo couched In
tho giaiiilllnqucut stjlo or childhood
contained about nine paiagraphs In
which vaiious charges and state
ments were made
Mm Compton Was Upheld,
This document was signed by uhuul
fin t pupils.
In tho mean tlmo tlio news of tho
tiouhlo had soon hocomo public, and
It was discussed voi goncially Tho
parents of tlio children uttcndlng the
high pchool naturally began to take
an Intel est in the mattor, nnd thu
mothers, about twentj In number, held
a mooting at which they Informally
foimulateil a demand that a public
und thorough Inquiry bo mado into
all tho conditions concerning tlio
High school
Nothing dliect camo or this, liovv
ovor, for tho heads of tho families
now began to sit up and tnko notice,
and final!) a few prominent business
men got together and formulated tho
IM'tltlon to Sunt. I'oKj asking an In
vestigation, and commending Mrs
Complon
That both sides tiro ulterl) dlssath
fled 1lli the turn things have takPii
seeniR certain The adherents of Mm
Compton, including most or the pu
pils nnd somo of the parents, claim
The Army of
Constipation
Is Crowing Smaller Et
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS sra
rpipocwible they u
only give reW .
they petmtiKiul .
cure leunaa
Ilea. Mil.
llODI UM
them for
Biliooi-
til, laJif titles, Sick Heioscle, StDew SUs.
SMALL FILL, SHALL DOSE, SMALL MICE
Genuine miUi Signature
that Iho hearing was li no means a
full nor n fair "no, whllo nt least
some ot tho other teachers or Iho
Itlclimond faction contend tint Iho In
vestigation was too Incomplete, to bo
satlffnctorj
It Is certain that the community
nt largo, both the Jtlclimondllcs and
the Comptnnltcs feel dissatisfied with
the turn which things have taken.
Those who tako Mrs Compton's
part sa that sho was given no oppor
tunity to defend herself Sho could
not make a written statement of her
side of tho matter without advice, nnd
for this reason she did tint make her
slntcmcnl until about twolvo hours
befoie the departure f Mr. Olbson
to Honolulu
In Iho mean Hnio Mrs Complon last
Wednesday engaged Attorney Curl
Smith as her counsel, nnd that ger
tlcman Is now engaged In making an
Investigation of tho matter He stntej
Hint ho had tiled to liml nut what
foundation there wns for tho reports
nnd charges which have hccii circu
lated, nnd Hint he has nltcnil) secur
ed a number of affidavits which Iiavo
n bearing on the affair
POI BILL NOW
It's up to Major J J Kern to nfllx
his slgnaturo to tho new ordlnamo
which has to do with tlio regulation
of pol factories ami places for tho
manufacture of other linen of stnplo
foods.
Tlie City and County Supervisors
passed the pol ordinance along to a
third rending at a brief session held
Inst evening Ihc original measure
as Introduced by City unit County
I'hjslclan llruco V Muckall was
amended In that It called for a reduc
tion In the height of cement walls
from six to three fed
It was then contended that tho In
tention of the ordinance wns to pro
mote ventilation of existing pol fac
tories A higher cement wall would
therefore servo to defeat tho pur
poses of the hill
The slgnaturo of Hie Mnor will
make the law ifTeetlve It Is claimed
that tho measure will effect over fifty
establishments In tho City uml County
of Honolulu Man) of these, however,
havo already compiled with tho now
provisions besides placing their es
tablishments In similar condition,
IT IS CURABLE
Djspepsla may bo completely erad
icated If properly treated Wo sell n
remedy that wo posltlvel) guarantee
will completely relieve Indigestion or
dyspepsia, or Iho medicine used dur
ing the trial will cost tho user noth
ing This remedy has been named llexall
Dyspepsia Tablets Certainly no offer
could ho mom fair, and our offer
should be proof positive that llexall
Dyspepsia Tablets are a clopciidablo
remedy.
Inasmuch as Iho medlclno will cost
j on nothing If It does not bcncllt you,
wo urge you who aio suffering with
Indigestion or dyspepsia to try llexall
Dyspepsia Tablets A 2.r-cnnt box
contains enough medlclno for llftecn
days' treatment Kor chronic cases
wo havo two larger sizes, lit) cents
and 1,00 llenieinber you can ob
tain llexall Ui-mcdlcs only at The
llexall Store, llcnson Smith & Co,
Ltd
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W o I In II ii 1 1 e 1 1 n M ur r year.
AMUSEMENT8.
Independent Theater
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
Will Open Next Week
MOVING PICTURES
AND VAUDEVILLE
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
This Theater Is Independent of all
the others Oct tho Independent habit
Admission
Children .
.10 Cents
5 Cents
GRAB0WSKY TRUCK
1. lVa. 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
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PARK
Tho Park Theatre', whirh hai been
In the hands of Ihu cnrpoiitotH for
socrnl da)s, will be ooiied ngnln to
night A new orchcslrn pit has been
constructed uml Iho stage entirely io
modeled Tho management has secured for
this opening an act that Is known
Iho world over Mine Schell and her
trained lions.
Mine Schell was for a long time a
trainer for llngcnujck the famous
wild nuluial trapper ami trainer of,
Hnmhuig, (iorman. Tliero sho was
thoroughly gioundel In the principals
which havo brought Hagcnbeck hU
fame, and on leaving his services wns
presented with a pair of Hon cubs
captured In tho wllthi of Africa
Theso little savagci, no larger than
puppies, sho took with her to her
ranch In San Joes, California, whero
during her more peaceful pursuit of j
tne prune crop sue raised mom tO
maturity nnd gave them their educa
tion. These nnlnmls nro now Iho largest
black inancd African lions In ciptl
Ity. Their extreme dncllltv. can bo
ascribed onl lo the salubrious cllm
nto of Santa Clnra County and tho
fact Hint their mistress had them In
linnd from their lufnnc
She handles them as n child would
play with a kitten, and rides mil
otherwise lakes liberties wllh them
that other would hcsltalo lo tako
with nnv thing less savage (linn n hob
by horse,
Dolly dooms, a clever contodlnn,
who does n black face turn with sing
ing and dancing will be nt the Park
tonight This, with n now films and
n good orchestra will round out a
program of considerable merit.
EMPIRE
Wild riding Cossacks are a featuro
nt tlio Kmplro theater tonight where
n film showing the military expert
horsemen of tho Czar's army uro
shown In feats of horsemnnslilp which
nro only short of oxttnnrdlmiry The
exhibition Is given beforo Iho Vice
roy in Siberia nnd show tho men leap
ing with their horses over embank
ments, lifting wounded comrades from
tho ground, riding lloman stlo
Princess Susaiia, tho midget tlght
wlro walker, and Whtttler and Cios
Hon, tho vocalists, comprise tlio pro
gram SAVOY
Hilda Carlo Is cm tho road In fav
oritism at the Savoy, whcin sho has
Hindu n hit with both gallery and box
sections, her acting' being in full ac
coid witli her vocal accomplishments
Her costumes are rich In texture und
of tho Intest styles. One of her
changes of costume, to bo mado this
week, will bo nil uttinction In Itself.
Ilessle, the Juggler, ns u hobo, made
good again und always has one mora
IlltlP feat up his sleeve Tho moving
pictures nro exceptionally fun-making
this week.
BIJOU
Henor and Scnoritii Hidalgo have u
lingo following of enthusiastic the
ater-goers wlio uro being entertained
nlgbtlj with their beautiful Spanish
dances Tlio D.mii Valcnclanu Is
t Ideally Spanish und Is splendidly
executed Jones und O'llrlcn con
tribute much laughter with their
comical darky plantation sceno As
usual, Iho orchestra music and the
million films nro good
ANOTHER BILL TO
STOP LABOR AGENTS
Tho House bad n slack session es
lerdas aftrcncion, tlio feature being a
bill Introduced b) Itlco of Kauai as
part of the general legislative, plan to
regulate labor recruiting and prevent
Indiscriminate recruiting b mainland
agents Tho bill Is us follows.
"No emigrant agent shall Induce, en
tice or persuade or attempt to Induce,
entice or persuade uny servant or la
borer who shall havo contracted, either
orally or In writing, to servo his iiii
ploer feir n specific length of time, to
leave the service of said implovir for
the purpose or leaving tho Territory
during the term of such service, with
out the consent or such cinplujer, nor
shall be aid or abet any such servant
or laborer In leaving said service und
the Territory during tho term the re or,
without the consent of said employer
"In ease of uny breach of londlllon
of mi) bond given under the prnvlilonx
of this net, tho treasurer may, anil
upon demand nnd the receipt or satis
factory nssurnnrcH for pus mint of
costs, shall, enforce said hntul ettbe r In
his own name or In the name of any
person as obligee therein by appro
priate proceedings In nny court or com
petent Jurisdiction ror the use and
(client of nny person Injured bj such
breach "
This covers points not Included In
tho previous bills
Tho following bills were Introduced
nt tho uftt moon session
U It 227 (by nice) To elollno, reg
ulato and llcenso emigrant agents
II U 228 (by nice) Authorizing
Treasurer of Territory, with approval
of Onvernrtr. to issue bonds to an
amount not tn exeeed $7,600 000
II II 229 (liJt ltlce) To prohibit
trespnsslng upon tho rights of wa of
railroads
H H 210 (by Marcnlllno) ndatlng
to pn ment or debts or deceased persons
Wt3UI-LETIN ADS PAY-d
SEVEN
YEARS OF
MISERY
All Relieved by Lydia E. Pink'
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Slkcslon, Mo. "Tor seven years I
mirrored everything. I uns in boil
ror rour or llvo days
at n tlmo ovory
month, uml so weak
1 could hardly walk.
I cramped nnd liml
backache and head,
ncho, nud was so
nervous and weak
tint I dreaded to
sco nnyono or liavo
anyono movo In tho
rnilfTV 'I lin ,lnitnra
K.no mo medlclno to
on art .,n nf t I. n i. n
times, nnd said that 1 ought to havo an
operation, i v, oum not listen to that,
mid w hen n friend of my husband toll
mi iiuuiii, j. Jin. i j.,. x-iiiKiiam s vege
table Compound and w bat It had dono
;V "la , "as wining io tako it.
Now' I look tlio picturo of health and
feci llko It, too. I can do my ow u liouse
york, boo tnr trarden, nnd milk n cow.
I can entertain company and enjoy
them. 1 can visit w lien I choose, nnd
walk as fur as nny ordinary woman,
nny day In tlio month. I wish 1 could
talktooverysuireritiBwomanniidgirl."
Mrs. Hema Uirrmrjji:, sikcston, Mo.
Tho most successful remedy in this
country for tho euro of all 'forms o
femalo complaints is Lyill.i r. 1'lnk
liam'a Vegetablo Compoiinil.
It is moro widely and successfully
used than any other remedy. It lias
cured thousands of women who havo
been troubled with displacements, in
llammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors.
Irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bcariiicr down feeling, indigestion.
nml nervous prostration, aftcrall other
4uv.iiaimuiiiiieu. nuycion t you try it?
HONOLULU
AMUSEMENT
COMPANY, LTD.
THE SAVOY
THIS WEEKI
A Now Singer
Hilda Carle
Tho Statuesque Vocalist In Character
Costumes
Sill
HESSIE
The Hobo Juggler in Comedy l'eats
SELECTED MOTION PICTURES
THEJJIJOll
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SENSATION OF WEEKI
HIDALGOS
Spanish Dancers
Will Present Host lleautlful Dances or
Spain
" Danza Valenciana"
JONES & O'BRIEN
African Comedians
"Undo Eph's Return"
lluck-aiid-Wliitf Dam lug
Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c
EMPIRE THEATRE
Matinees Every Day, 2:30 o'clock
MARVEL OF THE AGE!
Smallest Actress in the World
Princess Suzanna,
The Midget, 32 Inches Tall
In Her
Daring TightWire Act
Whitticr & Crosson
New, Up-to-Dito und Catiliy Honsa
Ilettcr Than liver
Popular Films
Popular Price
21S5 I'llllnrlal rooms 2250
business nfllrr. Theso lire (lie tele
phone! numbers of the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 u.
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GREAT
CLEANING-UP SALE
French
ETancl-Eiubroidored
Underwear
Gowns, Corset-Covers, Petticoats,
Drawers, Chemises,
Combinations, and Matched Sets
In Time for Easter
New Lingerie Gowns
Just to Hand
Easter Millinery
Comprising
New York's Latest
Styles and Fashions
WE have imported for our EASTER TRADE a large
and varied assortment of EASTER MILLIN
ERY which is now on display in our windows
and store, and invite you to call and inspect the same.
These goods arc marked at a slight advance on cost,
which places them within the reach of everyone.
The Latest Styles
At a Very Low Figure
THE AEROPLANE TURBAN in blue and green,
MUSHROOM LEGHORN, CHIP STRAW, TUSCAN
STRAW, HAIR BRAID TURBANS, SILK PYROXYLIN
BRAID, CANTON BRAID, AJOUR BRAID, CHANTILLY
LACE, etc.
Wc also have a large assortment of
Children's Trimmed Hats
which we are selling at a vcr.y low figure.
A call will convince you that these goods arc the
Cheapest in Price and
Best, in Quality
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