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EVENING BfltLETTN, HONOLULU. H. . T., MONDAY, SEPT. 23, 1901. "rffi-
1 "V 1
I T ' , I 'Ullfe. . 0 HEARD BY CENTRAL
i asH iBlniln: ifc.
I 1'ffl V "Hello! Who's speaking?"
i M ' fl$t V jS "Tils Is O. Hall & Son "
3 QtM H
I r ' 5 Jca Jkfl tic n h.ii c. I wi... I
I -LSW bwiiess." ,
H Out of business? Not .by n Jits full. Wchave tiought otil
, H the Pacific Cjcle Co., not iloor to Ehlers', ami hnvo Just re-
H eelveel ISO Columbia, Cleveland and Hambler Bicycles, besides '
, H a full line of shelf harJwaie. Tilings looli, llko a large-sized i
1 H bechho down here, and we want you to como around to sec us. '
I E. O. HALL & SON,
Everybody liken good things to cat
We have Just opened a flnu assortment of
some of the following kinds:
C. J. DAY & CO.
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These arc the only dental parlors Id
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCES and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crownsundectccablc from natural teetb
and warranted for ten cars, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
ench department In charge of a Special
ist. Gle us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as e advertise. We
will tell you In ndvamo exactly what
our work will cost by a FREE EX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 8S.00
Gold Crowrm $5.00
Gold FIlllnijH I.OO
Silver Fillings SOc
Our name alone will bo a guarantee
that your work will be of the best
New York Dental Parlors.
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel StrcW
LADIES IN ATTENDANfR'
We lire now In the Automobile
Mulldlng nnd lire prci(ired tu turn
the flncHt livery In town.
Itonrders sale trout fire, jik
the bullcllnii Ih FIRC-PROOF.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
Had Rather Prencli.
Rev. Casslus M. Roberts Js one of the
wittiest nnd Jolllest of divines In Kan
sas, a man who helletes that smiling
is a part of a Christian duty, and who
persists In looking at tho bright side
nf things. Needless to say, he relishes
h Joke, een at his own expense. In
j ears agone he studied law and was
admitted to the Ross tounty bar and
practiced for many years. It was on a
recent vUlt heie he fell lu with a
liumller of his former comrades and
naturally fell to talking over old times,
"CasBlus," one of them asked nt last,
"how did j ou ever eome to give up the
law and enter the ministry?" "Well,
bu)s," he nnsweied, his eyes twinkling,
"I'll tell you. You know I was 'a
mighty poor lawyer and had hard work
to get along. I stood It for a good
many years nud Anally cume to tho
conclusion that It was u good deal
easier to preach than to pruttlie."
Mr flii t'Mi wmy-iM
and It's our business to Mil them.
cookies nnd biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
When I n in glum and feeling blue
Why does nil earth seem that way, too?
When I am feeling blithe nnd gny
Why does the whole world seem ut
When I was touched with loe dhlne
Why did the stars more brightly shine?
When Jealousy or hate controlled
Why did the stars at once grow told?
I sometimes fear to burdened hi?
With such lesponslblllty.
For good or better, li.nl or worse,
I regulate the unhorse!
The King of Natural Table Waters
A Nntunil Sparkling
Vter bottled nt the
ZoIIIiiiuh, -' Gcrnitiny.
The Favorite of New York
anil London Society.
Inhonnic M "H selected n
JUIIdlllllb tlc Htundnrd
from among the inineriil
wutcrn eif the worltl hy "The
London Luncct.' The liljilicst
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Notice to Roman Catholics.
At my request, two Jesuit Fnthcit-,
Rev. Father Marshall Tgnoclus Boar
man nnd Re v. Father Eugene Aloyslus
Jlageoney. are coining on the Alameda
solely for the purpose of giving a mis
Mon. which will begin on Sunday, Oc
tober i;th. At a meeting held on last
Sunday evening it was decided to ten
der n reception to the new Fatherii.
on next Satuiday, September 2Sth, nt
p. 111., In the dull rooms of the Illu
sion. Al'i English speaking Catholics
me iiiidlally luWtcd' to be present at
this occasion. I tie- piogrnm or the
mission will be published later on.
1949-St Bishop of J'anopolli.
Pollard'S Australian ,
There will be no Performance
TO-HORROW AND THURSDAY
Grand Vaudeville Enter-
tainmpntC ty the .strength of
lailllllCIHO the entire company
Clinngc of Programme ut each
SATURDAY EVENING, Sept. 28,
"The Belle dfNew York"
Matinee on Saturday Afternoon,
Belle of New York.
Children htlf price to all parts of Theatre.
Doors ooen at 1:10 p, in.
Performance at 2 sharp.
The box plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co., wheie seats can be had.
PRICES $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c
Boxes $12, $10, $8.
Doors open at 7:30 p. m.; overturn
at 8 p. in.; carriages ut 10:30.
Weather Bureau, Punahou, Septem
ber 23. Temperature Morning mini
mum, "5; Midday maximum, 83.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 29.9.. Fulling,
Dew Point 63F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 58 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Sep
tember 23. Weuthcr hazj ; wind light
Saturday, Sept. 21.
Str, Lehua, Napala. from Maul and
Molokal ports, with 250 sheep, 2 horses
and 25 pkgs sundries.
Str, Claudlnc, Parker, -from Maul
ports with "00 ska. barley, 139 sks corn
100 sks potatoes, 40 sks. taio, I norsc,
71 pkgs sundries.
Str. ,Nllhati, W. Thompon. from An-1
slioln nnd llnnninniilu. with 3 pkgi
Sunday. Sept. 22.
Stmr. Wnlaleale. Plltz. Kauai ports.
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, Thompson, fiom
Schr. Ku mol, from Paaullo.
Monday, Sept. 23.
Am. bk. Coronado, Poller, 19 duys
from Snn Francisco.
Saturday. Sept. 21.
8. S. Peru, Plllsbury, for San Fran
Monday. Sept. 23.
Am. sp. S. I). Carleton, Ameslitiry,
loi the Sound.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins. Bcnrle. fori
Oahil ports. I
SAILING THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr. Wnlalcale. Piltf, for Anahol.i. ,
nt ft p. m.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Gregory, for Nn-J
willwlll and tlanamaitlu, at ft p. in. '
PA33ENOERH ARRIVED. I
Fiom San Franc Ivcu per bkt. Coro
rniln. September 23. Mrs. E. Kno,
Dr. and Mrs. Starr.
From Maul and Molokal ports, per
str. Lehua, Sept. 21 Mrs. Oough, II.
W. Shingle, Mr. Ilulsteud. II. Wilder.
E. HaUtcad, H. McCorrlston, Hugh
MtConlston, Den Mers, J, R. Marin
norton, A. Judd. and 7 on deck.
From Kukulhaele, per str. Keauhou,
Sept. 21 K. Forbes, J. Mooie and 0 ou
From Anahola. per str. Nllhau. Sept,
Jl-Elders C. C. Smith, D. II. Maddeu
and 12 on deck.
From Maul ports, per str. C'laudlne.
Sept. 21 Mr. and Mis. Moeller, II
Meier, wife and two chllilren, Miss S.i
Daniels, Miss A. Whlttock, J. Knmauu
wal, Mrs. J. 'K. Josepa, Mts. II. Ku
lomol.u . II. Chong Choug. Clionu
Chung, F. r. Baldwin and wife. Mrs.)
M. Wlddllleld, Mrs. F. M. Hatch. Mrs.'
Vldn, Mrs. J. Cockett, Mrs. A. O. Mur-
tluscn. Rev. Mr. Ault, J. L. Flemmlng. 1
T, II, I.) ons, wife and child, Ah Young, I
.Man Kill, Kul Moe. Chin Chee, Mis. I
Vniibnnn fl UM nlr 11 m t I'd I InHtl-
urn. Mis. O. Waterhousc. Miss Eisner. .WANTED Furnished room; also sta
C. II. Dlckev. II. Conwav. B. .Morton. II. ' l"? accommodations- on same
U. Martin, J. E. Hall, Satsu, F. W '
Orlmwood. Rev. C. Wrathall. Rev. I. L.
WIUou, Rev. E. Taklmoto, nnd S4 on
! Fiom Kauai ports, per str. W. O,
Hall. Sept. 22 E. T. Cotton. Mr. Mix-1
'er. Mr McClanahan nnd wife. C. Day, I
Mr Wrlcht Mr Schneider Mr Mel
J. ,, B .V " ,,...' . .
Cnuillers. Mr. Krollrli Mr. Ascin. Mr.
Lund, A. Conea and wife, Mr. Stroud
and wife. .Mr. Ulcdcll. Mr. Tomst. .Miss
Kelly, Mr. Shlda. Mr. Scott, Cluing
Sing, Mr. Wang. Ixick Wung, A. Rich
ards, Miss M. Arce. Fuslsiina. Taklmei-'
to. Lam Sal, Ahlng, Choch Kin. Re.,
Mr. Thw log. and SI on deck. ;
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. !
For San Frautlsco, per P. M. S. S.
Peru, Sept, 21 P. C. Jones and wife. 1
B. F. Dilllugham, Miss Ada Rhodes.
H. II. Blood. Cllvc Jlavles and wife, 1
O. White, A. II. Pollard. .lames Alex-1
nnder Thomas James, M. G. Sourn.
Mis. MtCall. 1
The Alleged Plumbing Tnmt
Thomas Fitch for tho plaintiff for SALE Furniture for four rooms,
brought up the suit of John II, Brown ' $!nl; with prIUlege of renting S-roeim
against the Master Plumbers' Assocla- cottage. $:'7.r.O; lealng city soon
lion mid the Journeymen Plumbers' j Address L. II. K.,.thls oftlce.'
Association for nn Injunction before 1 1919-tw
judge Estee this morning. He desired FOR SALE Household furniture lor
to know when the answer of certain four rooms. Enquire Fort St.. npp.
defendants alleging no proper service German Bakery. 1915-lw
of summons would be heard on motion FOR SALE A house nnd lot In KaT
to strll.e-'oiit such defendants. As J I ulanl tract. Apply at tho Tenltorial
A. Magoon, representing tho clefen-l -estenger Senlce. 1 945-1 w
dants. would he engaged on a trial In 1 FOR SALE Billiard table and outilt
the Circuit Court for several days, Mr. In good condition; cheap. AddrcM,
Fitch submitted the question of time (o "Table," this office. 1943-lw
Hie tourt. Judge Estee on being In -
formed that the motion In question
was Mr. Magoon's, set th? hearing for
tomorrow ut 10 o'clock.
A Myrtle Cun.
William I.le, who stroked two win
ning races on Regatta Day, has re
ceived from somebody the present of a
goblet having a capacity of two qunrts,
with the Inscription ground Into the
side, "I bet you' can't." A card In tun
bottom of the glass lead. "A big pull
for a sluing puller. You know the
.Myrtle's can't row."
J. A. Thompson lias tiled a matter's
leport on til restato af Keknlua of Pu-I
nation, Hawaii, tho accounts euerlng'
from April 4, 1891, to July 31, 1901.1
Receipts were $5327.47, nud payments
$3993.23. ledUng a balanco of $1334.24.
An Insurance policy In the .Manhattan I
t'o. for $3000 appeared In n former In-1
ventory but not In the latest one nor
In the Mi-counts. Requests under the
will wero to tho following persons:
Wailau Kekaula, $600; Miss Kaholwal,
$700; J, K. Kekaula Jr., $700; Kamalo
(w) and Mlla (w), $600 each; Mrs. No
hea Manu. $400 In all $3000, adminis
tration expenses to come out of tho
Japanese Are claims were befoie the
Commission this morning.
Mrs. Browne l'c Just been in sen
Mrs. Hwellnian'a new place. She has
stained glass all tnrough the house.
Mrs. I'nnenn The Idea! Her scr
vant. are too lazy to jemove the stains,
I fccppose, London Auswers.
Smith What makes so many people
ciazy to get luto society?
Brown Well, what makes so tnnnv
other people crazy to keep them out?
Dcrtolt Free Pi ess.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Arii. In thli' column will be fnierlfd'
at 15 cent! a line one Insertion; 2iTOLET Haven-room
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 eenti two weeks, and 63
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
cenis one muntn. i ni is mc i.nH"' -.-. . . ... .,- ni, h,,u .
Vutu"0 everow"ed the "Mp,e VS"':,! MAhdC;
Honolulu. 1 . " iair..i.
JUST nirled, graduate Lelpslg Con
sen atory, glveB plono lessons, tj
month; special attention to adult be
ginners. Add. Music, this cflllce.
1 937-1 m
AGEN'iS WANTED 3 to $5 per day
easily made for the next !' dajs
selling an attratthe lino of holldav
goods. For full particulars' i-end
name and addn'ss to Albert Despres,
Star bldg., Chicago, llls I94H-1W
NOTICE TO HUNTERS (loot shoot
ing prlUlegts for the Nanakull lands
are again offered to the public-.
Thine wishing to secure permits
will be lurnlehed with tickets upon
application at the ofllco of The Dow
sett Company. Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham. Measurer. 1940-ltu
MISS C, KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; studio, Metrupole bldg- H0
Alakea St.; Tel. Main 345.
SELECT RELIABLE HELP Male CI
female. Tel. 2811 Blue or tall "Se
lect Emplonient Office." Mngoo.i
bldg. Merchant nnd Alakea Sts.
GET OUR PRICES on billiard nnd pool
tables before bti)lng t-lHowhere; sold
ou easy payments. Our cushions ara
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
. aio made by a new vulcanizing proc
en. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are ns good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Sea
our advertisement of "Manager
Wanted" for lawful slot machine.
Pulmer Billiard' Tabic Works. Chi
cago, Ills. ll'37-2m
IF YOU HAVE a house for rent or
want to rent a house, see A, R.
BINDT. Collections carefully It
tended to and promptly remitted.
QHlte 11.-, Kaal-.uniami street. 1893-tf
NOTICE The grounds 01 the Alexan
der Young building, and tho prUatu
street to be known as Bishop street,
are closed to the public until fur
(Signed) W.M. MUTCH.
1878-3m. Supt. Alex. Young Bldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unlo.l
ENpless Co. has WHITE sAND FOR
SALE. 1343 tf
WANTED" A po'ltlon as resident
goerness or traveling companion by
n unlerslty graduate. Best of ref
erences. M. II.. Bulletin offlte.
A GERMAN GIRL would like a posi
tion to take care Of chlldien. Ad
dress It- this office. 1917-lcV
VmAuh, for horse
WANTED Pupils to learn typewrit-
Ik; position found when competent;
" est terms. Room s. Mngoon bhlrf.
' - .-.
WANTED Position by a young lady
nR Mt-noginphcr; uxperlcuted. L.
II.. P. O. box 313. Ifrfll'lf
"i""""" wn 1 tu in every largo
county to nppolnt agents for the In
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine for drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; taken plato of all
torhldden slot machines. Rented c,r
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
ritory quick. Palmer Billiard Table
Works. Chicago, Ills.
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings. In the latest stiles. Wutches
repaired by a Jeweler of 35 years'
expel lenee. G. DIETZ, Fort street,
near Hotel. UOS-tf
ROOM AiND BOARD.
, FOR SALE Furniture, of four rooms.
1 very reasonable. Addiess J. E. H.,
FOR 8ALE Stelnway parlor grand
piano: pvrrett condition. Call on
Will E. Fisher. 193Stf
FOR SALE New and bctonil-nand
Smith Premier typew liters for salo
or rent. All niakeb repaired. Was.i
Ington Light Co. 1933-1 m
FOR SALE Two phaetons lu good
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "v X.,' Bulletin jf
FOR SALE Lot In Mc Cully tract.
lfulxSO, $2.2o; thrc-n lots lu Knpi
hiilu. 19.IMI0 square feet. $1,'4UU: lot
on Beietanta St., 1Dux5o. Judd it
Co.. Ltd. Office No. 3D7 Stangen
wnld building: telephone Main 223;
P. O. Box C7 1910-tf
FOR 8ALE Tho
"Tnlula." us she now lies In the liar
bor. She Is a nearly new boat, In
perfect working order, and haB bee-i
of lato used In towing ut Kahulul
harbor. W. H. Pain.
FRESH STRAW The Union Express
Co. has a lot of Iresh rleo straw for
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
private family; also front loom, $10.
33 Vineyard St.. near Nuiiunu.
TO LET House nt present occnpl"d
by Mis. I). Center. Young street jx
tension mar Mc Cully truct. Apply
K. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co.. Queeu
TO LET Nely furnished looms.
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house nboe German Bakery,
Fort St. l?30,f
FOR RENT Cottage on South St.. six
looms; modern improvements; $20.
Emmett May, Judd Bldg, 1940-tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished
room eottngo on Vineyard St.,
tween Emma and Punchbowl.
dress P. O. Box 612. 192
Punchbowl St. Inqulro tit house for
further particulars. 1949-lw
TO LET Two front rooms. No. H
Onrden lane. 1t0-tr
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses nt
Kekaullke-pa, on Young St., contain
Ins; two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room nnd patent
water closet downstairs. Knplolant
Lstate, Ltch 1921-tf
T RENT A mosquito proof room,
live minutes' walk from trnmcar In
cool district; board If required; tel
ephone service. Address "K.," Dill-
leun. 192G tf
FOR RENT A new house on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frostier, Consolidated Soda
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave; electric lllghta; sanitary
plumbing, etc. Apply O. H P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. S.
McOrew, cor. of Beretanla and
Richard Sts., suitable for doctor h
office or private "residence. Apply
to Dr. J. S. McOrew, Lunalllo, cor.
Hnrkfeld, or J. T. McOrew, Bishop
F you have a house for rent, or want
to rent a house, call on A. R. BINDT,
office with Oulde Publishing Co.,
Campbell block. Merchant Hi Tel
ephone Main 37L 1847-tf
FOR LEA8E Furnished house now
occupied by Mrs. E. K. Pratt No.
Hit! Punchbowl St., for two years.
Will bo vacant middli or next wei k.
House electric wired. 1945-1 w
FOR LEA8E Premises on Union St.,
with a frontage of 242 feet and a
depth 01 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. MONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
Jas. F. Morgan
t 88 Qnoen HtP
On Tuesday, September 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK' A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 (Jueen street. I
will sell at Public Auction, an Upright
Jas. P. Morgan,
On Tuesday, September 24,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my salesroom 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a large,
quantity of household furniture, con
sisting of: .
Washstands, Center Tables,
ChnliB, Rockers, Rugs,
Extension Dining Tuhle,
. -ilohen Utensils,
Wood Stove, Oil Stove,
(laiden Tools, Etc, Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
- Found TheniAclvca Brothcrn.
Rennet Burleigh, the, English war
correspondent, Is authority for the
following strange story, says the
Youth's Companion: One day last au
tumn two officers, newly arrived from
different purls up country, met at Cape
Town. Rather lonely and a good deal
bored, they scrapod acquaintance and
found one another agreeable. When
the dinner hour came they agreed to
dine together. The keen edge of np
petltes having been taken oft by a
good dinner, the senior officer became a
trifle more expansive. "Do ou know,"
said he, "I rather like you, and there's
something nhout you that seems fa
mlllur, as If we had met before. I am
Major S. of the " "Hello, are you?"
said the other. "I'm Lieutenant S.
Just Joined your youngest brother!"
There was nn unrehearsed scene as the
two khakl-clad warriors sprang to
their feet and pounded ench other on
the batk which Is the Briton's way
of fulling on the neck and weeping.
They had not met for years, and the
baby brother had meantime sprouted
Into a tall youth with an Incipient
ART DE LA MODE
Tl,.t I. ! 'fffftnciVit fffim titt'
Preparations for the Holidays
WITH A VIEW to finding elt
what preparation our
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
riving from the world cf
fashion, I visited the store of
Vhltney & Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly by the
courteous head of the firm, who has
but lately returned from the Maln-V:
land, and who chatted very interest
ingly anent hit trip.
When I asked him to show me some
of the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said:
"Why, there are so many that I
scarcely know where to begin; but
the special Item we are showing this
weak Is these:
There they were a table piled full
of them, In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing Grecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There wsra also
Art Denims In pretty, plain, '.shades,
and bright-colored ' Silkollnes, and
beautiful Cretonnes. If It ever hap
pens that any one asks me to heip
mm in lurnisning a nouse, i snan at
least have some ideas for making cur
tains and portieres, and couch covers.
BELTS AND BUCKLES. i
Just to the right of th Oraoerlec.
I saw, hung over the counter about a
hundred of the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever seen. There Is a new double
buckle which allows both ends of the-
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
buckle Is readily removable, and when
the belt is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
In these I saw the moat recerfe con
ceits, and many are the new Idtas
that the makers have put forth 1 in
Pompadour, Side and Back Combs,
Fourettes, Stray-Lock Pins and Hair
Ornaments. The Imitations of real
shell are vtry clever and of course
don't cost anything like the genuine
The store's assortment of Purser.
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Catd
Cases Is excellent, and the prices low
er than I have ever seen them. I
know that that department will have
a -rush of business as Holiday time
But the Wash Goods section I How
I could rave over the pretty things I
saw therel You have the prettiest
Wash Goods here I ever saw, and I
have traveled a good bit of the world.
I am told that there Is a great demand
now for Chambrays and Linen Glno
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. Tha
plain colors ox-blood and light blue
chiefly are the most popular, but
there Is also a steady demand for all
stripes and for stripes with small fig
ures worked In between.
Unquestionably the most pooular tie
nowadays both for men and women la
the narrow Four-ln-Hand known as
the "Derby". ' This tie goes well with
the high band turnover collar. Its nar
row width allowing It to be tied ln
four-in-hand knot even where the owl
sme edges or the turndown collar al
most touch In front. Nevertheless tha
popularity of the Batwlng and Butter
fly ties does not seem to wane, and
there la also a fair share of Clubs,
Tecks and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of ties in the Regatta col
orsMyrtle and Healanl4-whlch I was
told were to sell at 35c aen. 'I think
this low price will be appreciated, o.i
one doesn't always feel Ilka paying
75c or a dollar for a tie which Is worn
little more than one day In a year.
Many of us have lived all our lives
without ever having seen a scrap of
linen of American manufacture. I
saw some In Whitney Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and it was b-autlful.
You couldn't tell It.from English Lin
en, and If you could then I am, in the
language of an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle servlnj
as a mat lor a nottle or Worcester
shire Sauce.' There aro .ovllc-s of
American linen and Table Clot'is. too.
and Napkins and several kinds of tow
els. I shall be Interested to know how
these goods are received here.
But tf there was any one thing that
I was more glad to sea than all the
rest it was a big pile of the famous
Redfern Corsets the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
once and ever since I have looked back
to that time of comfort with Infinite
longing. Why, even the first time you
put it on it's as easy as the proverbl.l
old shoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breaks at the hips.
And yet It Is always as stylish as were
the gowns of the man whose name it
bears. I am told that it will cell at
three dollars, which is exactly what
you pay In San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In rnVStrln
through this well-kept store Long
Cloths, India Linons and Victoria
Lawns, sheer and fine; delicate. Swiss
es, Wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex
quisite Allovcrs, Tucklngs, ar.d Em-
Broideries, Aracian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons: but
of these perhaps I will tell you morei
in another letter. BUD BRIER.
JOHN TOM8 DEAD
The body of the late John Toms of
Knpaa, Kauai, was brought to Hono
lulu In the W. Q, Hall Sunday. The
funeral will take place from ie ball nf
the local post of the U. A. R. this aV
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock, aII friends are
Invited to attend. The services will be
under the auspices of the ... A. II. of
which the deceased was a member.
John Toms died at his home In Kn
paa on Saturday morning last and ar
rangements were at once made for the
transportation of the body to this
place. A son of the deceased accom
panied tho bereaved mother nnd Mrs.
Stroud, a duughter, to the city. Mrs.
Warner, another daughter, left for th
Mainland a short time ago,
Oeorge May of Pike county, Kan. J Is
the owner of a renjarkablo fruit trV.
The body of the tree, with a few of Its
branches, Is apricot, while branches of
pc-nch und plum trees have been grafted
thereon. Thi threo different kinds of
fruit have been gathered from It tbls
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