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only 50 cents
Our regular $1.25 ami $1.60 four-button gloves, some trimmed
with heavy black stitching and somo with self-colored stitching. A
mil lino of sites from 6 3-4 to 7 M, only GOc per pair.
Reason for Reduction
The gloves belong to our reserve stock and we havo Just discov
ered the damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
Injure them In wear or looks only In price. What wo lose Is your
gain. The early-comers will of course have first choice, and at the
above price tho stock will be qu.ckly disposed of. Come early
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A complete assortment In ml sizes and of every description Just
opened Note prices below.
Whltu or unbleached, low
neck, short Blecvea 2 for
Iow neck, short sleeves, trim
med, Id white, light blue C
nnd pink ,J
Kxtra quality, three different
Btylcp, In all sizes
A fine selection to chooso from,
full lino of Silkollncs. Art Den
ims, Art TicKfng, Utc.
White, extra quality, full
assortment of sizes .
lllgn or low neck, extra
quality, laco trimmed
KNIT CORSET COVERS
Laco trimmed, very fine,
No other stock In the city to
equal our lino of Laces, Trim
mings, All-Overs, Etc.
Wo are always pleased to show
hhiirrnr fTrtiww. is " I
DKUddCLd dIKinC 4 1
More Afrikanders Are
Captured By Ian
ARC BEING DISCUSSED
Burghers Demand a Representative
Guvernmeut, Which Is Kefused
Military Armistice Is
Fine Wash Fabrics
New arrivals by every steamer In this department keeps It the
best In Honolulu. We nro showing now the latest novelties and tho
stock Is more complete than cvtr before. Includes; Dimities, Ba
tistes, Linen Tissue, Pineapple Datiste, Sllk-Mlxed Zephyrs Tolle de
Sole, Sllk-Mlxed Organdies, Sllk-S-trlped Grenadettes, Cotton Alpacas,,
GUITE IMPORTANT Is our line of
DOTTED AND EMBROIDERED SWISS
They nre tho very latest cKicts, and tho white embroidered In
black Is very swell, choice patterns, but only a limited assortment.
Dotted Swisses In white, light blue, pink, cardinal, lemon, black and
lcttlors have thcrcforo left Pretoria
to carry out this plan."
Ilalfour admitted that It was not ex
picted that communication between
thi nrltlsh authorities and tho Doer
leaders could be resumed In less than
Halfour's statement made a general
ly favorable Impression. It was ar
gued among the memberB that the ac
tion of the Boer leaders demonstrates
tl at at any rate a majority of the dele
gates favor tho acceptance of the
suggested nrltlsh peace terms.
Tho submission of the question to
a plebiscite of tho burghers Is accord
In to Doer law, which requires tho
leaders of armed forces In tho field to
take tho opinion of their followers ue
lore concluding peace.
Klerksdorp, Transvaal, April 18
0ncral Ian .Hamilton, In a further
dilvc. has captured sixty-four Doers
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Also POLO STICKS and DALLS,
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very latest In the mnrkct.
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BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
London, April 16. The following
dispatch, dated l'retorla, April 1C, has
been rcu-Ucil at the War Office from
Lord Kitchener, "llrucu Itamlltons
columnH arrived at the Standerton
lino last night, having taken 145 Ho-
cit, Including killed ami wounacii,
during the movement from the .Mid-
Tho (lovernment leader, A. J. Hal-
four, repljlns to n question In tho
House of Commons yesterday, an
nounced that tho Ministers had no In
formation to Impart on tho BUbJect of
the South African peaco negotiations.
rcr, under the circumstances, could
my Information be Imparted nt tho
piesent stage of the negotiations. The
Government, Ilalfour added, would
Immediately Inform Parliament of tho
inct when It had any news to coramu
nlrate. British Cabinet Meets.
Tho Ilrltlsh Cublnet held another
meeting today for tue purpose of con
eldcrlng a communication from thn
IJoer representatives who are now nt
Pictorla and a message from Lord
Mllncr, tho nrltlsh High Commission
er in South Africa, The session was
extremely brief. After the Cabinet
meeting Lord Salisbury, the Premier,
l.fld an audience with King I'd ward at
Ilucklnghttm Palace and stayed to
lunch with his Majesty. The latter
altcrward went to Sanitrlnghnm.
"Sparring for time" best describes
the present status of tho negotiations,
neither side being willing to risk a
incision which would break off tno
Piesent confeienco. An agreement
iray be reached at any moment, but
this would more likely bo the result
c.f semi Independent action by Lord
M liner nnd Lord Kitchener at Preto
Ha than of the rather involved condl
tlons of the Cabinet nt London,
What Boers Demand.
Tho broad lines of Great Ilrltaln's
terms nro now known to tho (lovern
ment representatives nt Pretoria, nnd
ci, theso reports the Cabinet Is ap
parently shifting tho responsibility of
tuklng advantage of all opportunities,
provided no cardinal principles be
Tho Government lins ordered tho
cable and telegraph lines between
London nnd Pretoria to bo kept clear
to Insure the ptompt transmission of
Lord Kitchener's messages.
Thero Is good reason to believe that
tho Doers aie vlgorrtisly demanding n
representative government nnd that
this demand is opposed with emml
vlror by thn Ilrltlsh representatives.
It Is understood that tho liners strong
ly oppose tho long delay piopostd by
Gieat Tlrltnln befoto n representative
gcvernnieiit bo granted thn former ro
pibllrs, nnd that they also Insist on
the number of Hour seats In the
i ( imrll being specified.
Death and Disorder Exist
In All Inoustriai
GLASS FACTORY IS
DESTROYED BY FIRE
Rioting Continues Throughout Country
With Many Troops and Police
Killed Quiet Funeral
Brussels, April IB. The strlko In
Brussels and Its environs Is of a mi
nor charactei. but In tho Industrial
llcilln. April 1. Great Ilrltaln has hikci-Mm it Is todav more formidable
accepted Ocrmnnv's proposition for pn ..
International eonferenco to regulate ' '
the use of wireless telegraphy. The1 The appeal of the socialist leaders
other powers to which the proposition for a demonstration at the Chumber
was made, vlr., the United states, ,,r Deputies tomorrow lins created
Prance nnd Itnssla, have not yet re- .,., ni00 . ...mi,.. f .!,,.
sponded. but the officials hero cond- , , ,',,,., i...
ilentlyoxpict favorable answers, cspe. licepers havo barricaded their win
dally from the United States, which dews. It Is rumored tonight that tho
has taken much Interest In the nint- cnli drivers and tramway men will
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Germany's suggestion embraces
merely calling a conference, but with-
outly definitely formulated proposi
tions for discussion, Germany has al
so asked tho powers to set forth in
'.heir niuwcrs If they wished Ger
many to formulate propositions to lay
before tho conference or leave the
matter entirely to the conference.
EDWIN SWAIN'S WILL
San Francisco, April 19. The will of
thn lute I'M win It. Swain, before his
death one of the leading architects In
the West, was filed In the Superior
Court today With the execution of th
winds "Sun Francisco, Cal., ill the daU
line. It Is entirely in the handwriting worx
ur tnc ueceascil.
A peculiarity of the Instrument Is
that 11 cuts off the Swaln family wltli a
mere remembinnce. It declares tint
Swain had neither wife nor Issue, and
after mentioning his brothers, Frank
A, Swaln and Charles Swaln by name,
leaves tlieni $1 each. The finulslilns
and equipment of the deceased' ollko
In Honolulu nre left to Waltei U.
I'lukliam, wlio was associated with
(twain In his lifetime The office of tint
deceased In Snn Francisco is be
queathed to Clarence It. W.itd, an old
Irlcnd mid associate.
Ilin ri'sldue uf the estate Is loft tu
Olive Cnthuiinc Loiigub.iugh, n nursw
who llvis at 7!)1 liases street. Tho pe
tition for the pioli.ite of the will gives
the vnlue uf the estate as "more than
.Mr. Swaln had been dlvorred from
'Is wife for si'veuil )ais ami nt the
time of his death wis engaged to bo
r.Mirlcd to Miss Olive Cntli-rine Lou
In consequence of the disorders tho
pupils of several common schools
Lave been dismissed nnd the premises
utilized ns barracks for troops.
All the factories and mines at Mer
Innwelz. Valaro and Mabllle have
Socialist disturbances occurred last
lilf.ht at Namur, A mob stoned the
police, who charged with drawn
uwords, Subsequently a forco of genfl-
mines scatteied tho rioters.
Tho strike is steadily extending,
both In this city and Its suburbs, es
pecially at Molcnbeek. where a num
ber of large factories havo stopped
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Mclnerny Shoo Store, Lllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
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MAGOON BLOCK, MEROHAA'T ftTREET.
The burgomaster has refused the
reclatlsts' request to be allowed to fol
lew their own devices In burying tho
sr.clnllsts killed during Saturday's
lots. Orders havo been Issued for
he- procession to he held nt C o'clock
In the morning, without bands or fit
neinl emblems. Otherwise, tho Inter
mi nt must be carried out at night
It is estimated that the strikers In
the Charlerol district now number
30 OHO. There nro frequent parades
tl ere. but the town Is generally peace
ful. In accordance wltfi the advice of
the stilko leaders.
Class Works Destroyed.
Uiussels, April 1G. The glass works
it Courcelles were practltally destroy-
ee by fire last night, u Is estimated
that the damage will amount to C00,
000 francs, ft Is believed the flro was
staiied by an Incendiary. Disturb
ances were reported from various
parts of the country today. Small
bombs were exploded at Liege and
oil ew here-. A bottlo filled with gun
powder was exploded nt the door of a
r, sldenee nnd at the glass works at
Muilemont, near La Louvlere. Only
tiifllng damage was dnno by tho ex
plosion of the bombs. At Ilenalx an
iMithenwaro jar. with a fuse attached
1 1 It, was discovered on the threshold
of the Catholic Church. Tho fuse vvbb
Now York Apill 17 M Sahtos I)u
nuint, who tlreled tho lSlrfcl Towel in
l'ails, will attempt to sail his uliship
over and uimind the State of Libert
mil) in the summer A svndleatc of
CII400 lias been lormed by the
liioukljii Itnpiil Tinnsll olliilnls and
iiii,eiH to dehav the
i-xueusex of thn ilniliii: lliiiiilinn aein '
limits denionstiatlnnh. The exhlbi
tle-ns will open nt Ililght lieu li nnd
continue one month. Ji Santos Die
inout Iiuh vcibally ugieed tu the ui
inngeineiitH, nnd he will sign u writ-
IfOT f Mtilpilf i li hull Im wji liHiin la t ..t
dn,;.i..i St. Louis II.. will send to ,MI,nU"1 ,""t n"0'000 mcn nro out on
I', other Incident at Ilenalx vvns tho
tl lowing of n piece of lighted tow In
ti, n school.
The Mi Ike Is spreading In Ilrussels,
About tn.fioo nfen nre now out. It Is
I'.iiis foi his balloon.
Working on Peace Basis.
London. April 18. Desplto the dlfd
(iiltles previously roforred to, tho
Dally Mall Is nhlo to announce that It
fus obtained rollnblo Information that
tho basis of pence has been practical
lv agieed on nt l'retorla between hli
Majesty's Government nnd tho Doer
de'egntcs. Some tlmo must elapse
before tho details am fully perfected
but tho main fact appears to bo estah
Hrhcd. The first real negotiations
ri.nimeneed on Monday, with Lord
Mllncr. at I'retoila. Tho first step of
the Ilocis was to mnko an urgent re
quest for nn armlstlco this being tho
fcotond appeal of tho kind tho armls.
tice tn Inst dining the progress of tho
negotiations. Precedents wero ad-
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TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Goo him, 1116 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
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STREET CAR STRIKE
Kan l'laiulxio, Apill 1U Hvcry coi.
diictoi and iiiutoimaii emjMijed on the
gtiect e.u I Iiuh In Han I'l iiiiibco will
li- handed a piinted slip tli.-i moinlii?
, sKiun him tu quit wink when lie Mfi
3 It dill) lifter Ills hint tl lp nil .Satin day
rllMii 01 e.ulj :utnl.i nioiMiig, Thi
r."!ll'.i tlllll 11 ftrlku nl tile utlect Litr
emphoes has been mtliie I. .mil cvtiv
fii.rt will be made liy the meinbeiK ot
u commlttc.) lepiehcntlin Dhhliei u'
Of the Amalgamated Older 11 ritu'"t
Uullwny Kinphoesof iiiimi,i to tie 1111
vcty street ear lino In the city.
'I he committee, made a i.eiond effnu
to bee General Milage"- K. ), Vlnlllg
uf the Market Stieet Ilullivay ''ompativ
vtttcrduy In older It) dlieiisg with him
htilUu throughout the country.
Dispute lies from Liego nnnounco
Hint 20i0 striking miners and bteel
workers nt Heralng had n conflict with
the troops there. Tho soldiers charg
ed and tho strlkeis retaliated with a
fiitlllaun of slonefi. Somo of tho riot
1 ik llnnlly sought refuge In three
tr veins, which were wrecked.
ilrred. notably what happened in thn "' R'lnieH oiitlln-d In n papor
i.mnn up uy mem nisi .uumiuy. vis
ing would not sic them, end sent word
by his office bo (hat he did not want
them to call again. The committee's
P. O. UOX 91!.
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Franco German war.
The Cabinet on Tuesday met thla
demand with a point blank refusal.
Such was the uncertainty prevailing
In olllclal circles as to how tho Iloer
de-'egates would take It that there
was a distinct feeling of pessimism.
Tito Iloer delegates, however, accept
ed refusal. Then camo discussion,
Thero were many attempts by tho
Poors to alter the torms which tho
Ilrltlsh had laid down.
More Doers Captured.
London, April 18, The Government
Itddur, A. J. Ilalfour, In the IIouso of
Commons today made the following
"After two conferences between
Lord Mllncr. tho British High Com
missioner In fion'h Africa, anil Lord
Kitchener and tho Iloer delegates at
Pietorla, Lord Kitchener, while refus
ing to grant an armlstlco on military
grounds, has agreed to glvo facilities
lor tho election nnd meeting of repre
sentatives of tho various commands
to consider tho situation. Tho Boor
paper asked that tue 1allw.1v coipora
tlon raise the ruto uf pay f 111:11 Ti. to 25
rimtB an hour for motormeii 1111 d con
ductors and that It rclnstutu t'o men
dismissed bccauno It was Villegcd that
they belonged to the unlonX it U said
that Vlnlng retelved tho paper whet,
the committee made Its ilr.U cill on
Tuesday and that he thiew It in his
C. J- DAY & CO.-GROCERIES
Stork Visits Countess Caitellane.
Paris, April IB. Tho Countuss Ilonl
lie Castollane, formerly Anna Goijld
of New York, gavo birlh to a son jes
terday. Tho mother and child aro do
So Many People are Exposed to rain,
cold and storms, that It Is necessary
that they should havo something tn
counteract the effects. A mixture of a
teaBpoonful of PAIN-KILLER In water
sweetened, will btimulato the system
and ward off any pobslblllty of cold. It
has been used for sixty years all over
the world, nnd millions testify to Its
sterling worth. There Is but 0110 1'aln
Klller. Perry DavU' Prl.-o ?" nnd 50c.
Riots In Abundance.
Ilrussels. April 18. A serious ilot
I'&i, occurred nt Louvaln, near Brus
sels The Socialists held a demon-
stintlon In front of tho rcsldenco of
M. Sehollaert. President or tho Cham'
bci of Deputies. Tho police In at
tempting to dlsperso them wero re
telved with n shower of stones. Tho
civic guard then fired on tho mob.
A similar riot occurred In another
part of Louvaln, and altogether five
persons were killed and twelve
wounded. Some of the mob carried
the wounded to tho Mnlson des Pro
Another riot Is reported to havo oc
curred In Ilurges, Flanders. Hero tho
police charged the Socialists with
diawn swords and ten of tho latter
v. ere wounded.
Tho rioting at Louvaln began at
at out 7:30 o'clock tonight. A band of
Sc clallsts paraded tho streets of tho
town, smashing windows with bottles
and rivets. They broke through tho
police cordons In tne Ruo Tlrelraont.
Tho civic guards stationed In tho
Piece Saint Antnlno ultimately be
came hard pressed by tho rioters and
filed n volley. The guaiil fired a sec
end volley In front of the Catholic
Club. It Is iiimored that twelve po
Ufcmen were wounded. In some qunr
tirs the number of wounded police
men is placed at twenty, nnd several
ere said to Have been mortally Injur
ci' All the streets of Louvaln aie bar-n-il
and the maintenance of peace has
been assumed by the niilltnry
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NccUh No Sugar
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