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BVBNINO BULUrriK, ONOLCLV. H. T., MONDAY, MAY 20, MM.
Sachs' Store News
WHY WOMEN PREFER
SHOPPING' AT SACHS'
Because all goods are as represented.
Because the clerks are polite and obliging.
Because the tocl is large and well assorted.
Because It pays you always, get the most your
money will buy.
In to-Jay' advertisement we shall
mention a few things tint will sure
ly necessitate a visit to our store.
Come and see the gooJs anyuay.
YOU NEED ANOTHER SHIRTWAISf.
In fact It's absolutely necessary that vou should be
wearing one of these latest pattern White Muslin or
Swiss Shirt Walste, If you wish to be considered well
dressed.': s ::::::: :
These new ones ire the latest novelties, with era
embroidery Insertion, fancy stork collars, bishop sleeves
and the stylish soft cuff'. Some have wide lapel fronts,
some have the Zouave effect. Prices ranee from : :
$3.00 TO $5.00
of fine Muslim, plain anJ lth
50c to $1.50
Pretty caps too of Muillni wliti
U'c trlmmlnji; of tilk with llk
50c to $3.00
of ChlfTn-s, Mousttlln, dt Sole,
CATvei Ivory ttanJards, spanejei
and painted framei. Very cheap
$2 00 to $5.00
Very pretty hats of Muslin ani
Swiss. Some really qjilnl de
signs to ch ost from S me are
riife. others are colore!. Trim
med with lace, ribbons and cm
00c to $4.50
of white silk sllkllnil.
wool nan J es
$1.00 to $3.50
Also of elaln and ruffled silk,
black and wtvtt
61 00 to $3.50
VERY FINE SWISS EMBROIDERY
Our stock of fie Swiss em volderles with Inser
tions to maUli, In widths from 2,'j to 5 Inches Is large
and varied. All the newest p-it ems never shown In
75c PER YARD.
Castle or Elston
Play Atherton Today
Only two men are left In the tennis Special services were held yesterday
tmtrnnnintif nml ffota nftnrnrvm thpflA ' nftertinnn In thn IllHIflhlftt rhnflel on
wlll settle their differences on tho Pt- Fort lane, commemorating the seven
clflc Club's courts. The two men are hundred and twenty-ninth nnulver
A. U Cnstlo and C. A. Elston and the sary of tho birth of Saint Shlnran,
survivor of their match will play Prank , founder of of one of the Iluddulst sects.
Atherton today for tho championship. I The pretty chapel nnd tho grounds
CaBtlc Is practically n'now man at 1 were lawshly decorated with banners
the game. Last year, ho reached tho and flags. The services In the after-
second round In the tennis tonrna- noon were of n serious and dlgnlflen
nicnt, being defeated by K. R. Adams , order. In the evening, the clement of
In two Btrnlcht sets. His rscbrd so. merry mnklng was added, It being a
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu Sta.,
' nlo MOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
far this year has been m follows:
First round, defeated 8. 0. Wilder 7-5,
"5; second round, defeated 1'. M. Lang,
dale 6-4, C-0; third round, defeated A.
rtefcatcil A. T. Brock C-4. 6-4.
Castlo is but seventeen ycara old
and for such a young man ho hns
ho m wonderful possibilities. 1II
victory over the two veterans, Lonsdale
and Brock, were very credltnblo per
formances and, Is now out after the
Elston, on the other hand. Is n
veteran of long standing. In 1899 ho
won tho local championship, defeating
Frank Atherton In tho flnal round.
IjisI year, Atherton turned the tajdcii
on Elston in the final round, but Els
ton was sadly In lack of practice. This
year, should Elston defeat Cistlc,
things are likely to go hard with Ath
erton, for Elston is playing a brilliant,
Elston has played the following
gomes during their year's tournament:
Second round, defeated E. R. Admx
G-l, C-3; third round.
flay of rejoicing for alt,
Tho program consisted of chants and
prayers in the Jananeso language and
an address In English. A short address
7-9 ,8-4, 0-4; seml-flnalt, was made by Miss Barber, teacher In
tho Japanese night school. Music was
furnished by the children of tho Ja
panese Sunday school to organ accom
After the program, camo refresh
ments of tea and cake. Children
romped and played about the grounds,
and Japanese theatricals were present
ed Inside. The evening exercises last
ed until nearly midnight.
Kilohana Art League
Tho "First View" oi nicmherH re
ception at the spring exhibition at thn
Kilohana Aft Lcaguo in the Progress
defeated DonaM "hnll block will take place this evening.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Tqlephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
Yon win never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will install two 'phones complete under a g mrantee at a price- -well,
you cnnot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Ross. 9-7, C-3; semi-flnols, defeated C.,Tho walls are hung with the best col
II. Cooke, 0-2, 6-1. I lection of paintings yet shown nt these
uasuo nnu Eiston win meet mis ii i.cuguu i-aiuuhiuue.
ternoon at 4 o'clock and the winner
of this match wilt Immediately play
Frank Atherton for the champlornhlp.
Tho matches Bhould be hot ones from
start to linlsh and whoever wins tho
championship, will most certainly de
serve tho honor.
WELL DRESSED HEADS
All belong to Women who buy their Millinery here -Those new designs after
thoughts of the Millinery Creators since Easter are very Dainty and Stylish.
If you haven't seen.them, we would be pleased to have you call : : : :
Are the Finest of the New Summer Fabrics ; so cool ;
so stylish ; so handsome and dellcite. Exquisite pat
ternswe have all shades likewise Plain Organdies.
ARE YOU PARTIAL TO SWISSES ?
Come and see our elf gant ranee
ot these beautiful goods : : :
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
TheLisht Tliat NeverFils
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps,
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It seems almost IncreJ bte that
any lavp culd be good enough o
takt the place of electricity on evwi
term, yet such Is the case with the
ANOLS lamp. All over the Islands
reopta are throwing aay thilrotd
lamps and replacing then with this
lamp, not merely because It costs
about one 'tenth as much to main
tain (cost Is no object to some pi-i
pie) but, beU being Infinitely
cheaper, It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the bargain It I a
revelation to every one who uses It,
ard simply demonstrates that the
old-fashlontd lamp was a barbar
ous contrivsnet. thb anqle lamp
never smokes, smells or elves any
trouble. Is lighted and extinguished
at easily as gis, and Is the Ides
light frim every ttanipolnt We
carry these lamps from Si, 80 up.
T. H. Davies & C., Ltd.
AGENTS rOR Slerll Luorlcttlm Oils, f'srlpfios, Allin Count, Poitllnl Cmnl. Clint Powdtt
Co , Dicks Ui'ila U.ltinc, Rxti Hsroor Urns C Ntw Hon. Selne Mjchlni nj I'an-AnHilc.n HinJ
S.wlnr Michlr.i. .
DEALfcR. IN Aj-iltwite. Claisw.r., CrcKKtry, HarntH. Sjlllei n4 Icittuii. Ruei. UVill Bel
steldt, Trunks. Villus, Msttlngs, Sates, Linoleums PowJsr and Caps, General HarJwarw and Plantation
vrvif 1 1 vwaKV
The Angle Lahip
,'ALSO CARnA GOOD SIOCK OF HAMONC..
SMTO) AND HAUD LArK,'
Ina pinio replcto with brilliant playa
and much excitement Punnhoti suffered
her first defeat this year at tho handH
of Knmchamehn. It was anybody's
came up to tho eighth Inning, with
I'unahou ono run ahead, when Ka
mehamelm saw her chanco nnd cinched
tho game by knocking out four runs in
, Twice during tho game the colle
gians had a chance to sweep everything
before them, but they ailed to sclic
their opportunities. At ono tlmo three
men were on the bases, with' only one
man out, anil the next two men up
vainly fanned tho air.
Kamchnmeha is trtlll far from hav
ing n cinch on tho ground, for tho
Oahunns nro moro than likely to speak
for themselves, following was tho
A.H. It. TJ.II. O. A. K.
Williamson, bb .110 2 2 2
Marcclllno,J2b .SI 2 G 23
Castle, p GOO 040
Perry, c r 1 2 2 10
Meyers, 3b .... J 1 1 1 2 2
Robinson, rf ... 4 1 1 3 0 0
Campbell, cf .. 5 0 4 1 0 0
Marcclllno.A, lb 5 0 2 9 S 1
Knulukou, If .. 3 1 0 0 0 0
Total 41 G 12 24 1G 8
A.D. It. 11.11. 0. A. E
Kekuowa, J. c . B 1 2 7 0 1
Yates, J. cf .... 5 2 3' 1 10
Harbottle, 2b .. 4 2 1 2 2 3
Jones, If S 0 2 10 0
Richards. 3b .. 5 0 1 3 11
Lemon, p 4 0 3 1 10 1
Kaal, ss 4 3 2 111
Hamoku, lb ... 4 0 1 7 12
Xalolo, rf 4 12 4 0 0
Is recommended to build up
fhR rnniMtocfiprit . WTppikII hen t Iip
Weak and overworked. and oroduce. sound !
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6ati(lal Wood Boxes. Pongee Sllke
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
MERCHANT TAILOR, A larce variety of cloths made up In the
Total .... 40 0 17 27 10 S
SCORE HY INNINGS.
Pur.ahou 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 G
Kamehamehn ..2,0 1 1 0 1 0 4 9
Stolen Uascs Williamson, Harbotto,
Two-base HltsW, Marcclllnn 1, Per
ry 1. Meyers 1. Harbottle 1, Richards 1.
Thrce-bcso Hits J. Marcclllno 1,
Double Plays Perry and A. .Marccl
llno. Jlaec on Ralls I.omon 1, Castlo 1.
Struck Out Lemon 4, Castlo 1.
(Pat3Cd Halls Perry 1, Kckuewa 1.
umpires w. II. Habultt una llcrt
Scorer K. Docrlll.
Tho next gamo will bo played at
I'unahou next week.
WORK O.N TANTALUH.
Tho EwaTildgo of Tantalus Is be
ginning to answer to the Bteady chon
of tho woodman's, nxe. Hundieds ot
eucalyptus trees nro being felled In
preparation "for tho work of tho Agri
cultural Expcrlimnt Station and. In
the plate of n thick forest, there Is now
to bo seen n vast clear space.
Down tho valley made by tho two
ridges, work Is also going on nt n
rapid rate, (.abnrers' slmcks huvo been
put up and everything about tho plaio
boars slgni of greatest activity.
An accession to the ranks of flie ex
hibitors Is Theodore Woros of San
Francisco. Ills work occupies the en
tire south wall nml consists. of n group
ot portraits. Of late ye.irs, Mr. Worea
has been devoting his chief efforts to
portrait paintings and ills. addition to
tho collection at tho exhibition Is a
Mr. Hitchcock Is again present with
tho largest collection. Ills canvases nt
this exhibition show a greater versa
tility of merit than any ho has hither
A new feature by a new exhibitor Is
nn array of sculpture pieces. Mr. 03'
borne shows n number of excellent
Tho china department Is pronounced
much liner than usual.
Among tho exhibitors of paintings
will bo found the names of Mrs. Kel
ley. Miss Anna Parke, Mrs. Willis.
Miss Clarke, Mrs. W. M. Graham, Mrs.
Cooly. Miss King. Miss Nettle King.
Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Maloney, Philip
Dodga and I -nil Shcong.
Tomorrow morning tho exhibition
will open to tho public and continue
for Ave weeks.
William Edgar Old. the evangelist,
delivered his Initial sermon last night
at tho Central Union church. T,hc audi
ence niled tho houte and gavo close
attention to tho versatile pulpit orator.
Mr. Glel has all tho qualifications of
eloquence, spirituality, wit nnd learn
ing ncccusnry to succeed In tho buslncsi
of awakening people to n realization
of their sins. Tho servtco last night
xvas successful. Judged from every
standpoint. The evangelist mado n good
Impression upon tho people and threa
persons sought consolation at tho
After a Bhort visit to Hllo, Rev. Olol
will return to this city and begin n
series of rovtvals, whloh It Is hoped bj
the church people, muy shako tho
town from center to circumference.
TO CURE A CUt-U IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tableti.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. B. W. Grove's slgnaturi
Is on each box. 25 cents.
From Apr I lBt
to April SOth
V. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5
Open to the Public N
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TOIIP. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
WiViVmiViiViViV c u re
MAGIC i: headaches
1 HEADACHES wh.le
Is WAFERS li dressing.
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTH.
(toktmY tun uoir)
OYSTER AND CHOP HOUSE.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
to suit every
taste and eery
purse : : : :
lewers & Cooke,
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange
EDWARD P0LL1TZ SCO
AND DEALERS IN
PullmUf atttatloa Itm to torcktM Mi ! ot
Hmllts Sat" Slock.
Lotus Ntf otliuf. sura Mf Psrslts SlKtt
408 California St.,
San FrnncUco, Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
miir lUNGGHtN. Profrlttor.
MOTEL STHEliT. tir Nuusnu, nttt Joor to Pally
Uya s " Encore" 181E- m
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners arc welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
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