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nvnNiNo nuLMrriN. Honolulu, it. t., ' Saturday, may x tooa.
The Light That Failed
W -,T "Tvsr- f jpvTM
only 50 cents
Our regular $1.25 and $1.60 four-button gloves, somo trimmed
with heavy black stitching nnd Bcmo with self-colored stitching. A
full line of sizes from 5 3-4 to 7 1-4, only GOc per pair.
Reason for Reduction
The gloves belong to our reservo stock nnd wo havo Just discov
ered tho damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
Injure them In wear or looks only In price. What wo loso is jour
gain. Tho early-comers will of courso havo first choice, nnd at tho
nbovo price tho stock will bo qu.ckly disposed of. Come early.
LADIES' RIBBED UNDERWEAR
A completo assortment In ull sizes and of ovcry description Just
opened. Nolo prices below:
Presented at a Smoker
Whlto or unbleached, low nr.
neck, short sleeves 2 for u
Low neck, short sleeves, trim
med, in white, light bluo
Extra quality, threo different
styles, In all sizes
A lino selection to chooso from,
full lino of Sllkollnes, Art Den
ims, Art Tlckfng, Utc.
White, extra quality, full on
assortment of sizes .... "
High or low neck, extra fine
quality, Ince trimmed
KNIT CORSET COVERS
Lnco trimmed, very fine,
No other stock in the city to
equal oUr line of Laces, Trim-
mlnfjs, All-Overs, Etc.
Wo nro always pleased to show
Fine Wash Fabrics
New arrivals by ovcry steamer In this department keeps It tho
best In Honolulu. Wo nro showing now the latest novelties and tho
stock Is more completo than ever before. Includes: Dimities, Da
tlstes, Linen Tissue, Pineapple Datlsle, Silk-Mixed Zephyrs Tolle do
Sole, Sllk-Mlxed Organdies, Sllk-Strlped Grenadettes, Cotton Alpacas,
Etc., Etc. - .- .
QUITE IMPORTANT Is our line of
DOTTED AND EMBROIDERED SWISS
They nro tho very latest effects, and tho whlto ombroldcrod In
black is very swell, cholco pattcms, but only a limited assortment.
Dotted Swisses In white, light blue, pink, cardinal, lemon, black and
The Association Football League's
smoker held la the San Antonio Hall
last night wns a gieat success In ev
ery way. At a llttlu nrter 8 o'clock
the glasses were charged lor tho first
time, and from this on through tho
evening the fun was rapid nnd contin
uous. II. Anderson, president of tho
League, presided nt one of the long
tubles by which the doughty football
enthusiasts were sealed, while C. 1'.
Morse, vice president, presided -at tho
other table. It. Anderson acted ns
chairman nnd mnde the opening
speech, which wns a follows:
"Gentlemen: Tho llrst Hem Is
Chairman's Hum. The progiam is
long, time Is short and so will my re
Regarding footbnll, f should like
i"6kc himself the equal of any man
'I ho nation which n:oro than any oth
ir stands for the right ol mankind Is
tno United States.
"Thcro are undoubtedly many of
you gentlemen here who were not born
In tho United States; but most of
tliosu who ucru not, halt from the old
mother country across the sea which
cherishes the same freedom, the samo
tnnguage. the samo liberty nnd tho
samo glorious history In which wo
Americans claim our share.
"Now in a club Ilka this, In n cos
mopolitan city like this, wo don't
think any one nntlon has monopolized
all of the virtues. Wo Amerlcnna
Know that there tiro Just ns good pco
I to In Groat Urltaln, In Franco, In
Germany, otc, yet I was born under
the Stars and Stripes, nnd I believe
r5 btomach JW
to say that the season Just past wnsM""' "' country Is tho first. If any
3 very good one. The teams which ""'l'1' """ Imwover. bcllecs that his
llnishcd first and second had to flay country Is llrst. then I shako hands
mt n 'rnhlipr' r.inin ns llir r tolas oil"""' "" """ " "" ''
points for tho season were the same.
"Several new players havo npprar-
ed who have done remarkably well
ind we trust their number will be
What Presidency Is.
"Tile Presidency of the
A WEAK BACK.
Romo pcoplo suffer from this nllmcnt
nonrl) nil their lives, They aro ner
vous and despondent through loss of
sleep. The fnrt Is their kidneys are
weak and are unable to pcr'ora their
proper functions. Tho best mcdlclno
to strengthen tno kidneys, stimulate
tho liter and euro indigestion, dytnep-
tla, sloeplotsness or malaria, tever
and ague, Is
romlcnl recfiatlon, "The Groom's Sto
iy." which uns so full ol lift? thnt
both i:. 1". Dole and V. It. ftanlcy
States stands for nil this but tht,eiu lemlnded of stories which they
coneldcinbly Increased imt winter lu-st (alls not only for the ofilco but 'sprung upon the nudlenrn Immediate-
nnd that all the old players will again lor ilm man who fills it the man, 'J no-
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"We nil need exercise In this coun
try Association football Is not 1 bit
too violent. Personally f havo ne '
felt better In this country than vluw
in good, hard training for football. If
people hero took more healthful exer
cise there would be little need of trips
tr the coatt and It would keep us out
cf lots of mischief. 1 hope thnt next
Mason will bo even more successful
than the past one.
"We havo. thanks to tho energy ol
Mr. Stanley and others, a haniUome
tiophy to compete for. and. although
It will be my endeavor us n member
of the Mallolllma team to keep II
where It Is now, I hope that the other
teams nro equally determined that It
id-all change Its quaiters, nnd Maid-
1 i b classic- cod will be tho scene ol
some mighty battles."
Wine, Men and Song.
Cnrl Mctt. whose fame ns a must
c.r.n Is Known to nil musical spirits lo
tl Is city, now gate a couplo of selee
tiqtiD on the plan which were greeted
with n Ktormy npplausa which was
fully deserved. U. W. Andcison sang
"Kllloloo". which was received with
enthusiasm, tho happy Scotchmen
Joining In tho chorus. ,
Toast to President.
The health of the president of tho
I'nfted States wns proposed. It was
responded to with enthusiasm and
with a general aspect of "bottoms
up." Attorney General E. I'. Dole an
H-verlng to the toast, spoke In part as
"Tills toast can bo looked upon
fiom two points or W: jou can
think of tho offlco of tho 'President ot
the United States nmVTn the man who
I'lls It. Tho office represents tho ma
cdoro ltousevvlt, who stands for too
1 ingress of the American people In
the twentieth century.
Theodoio llnosetclt Is a gentleman
nfler Reardmoro bad finished.
Percy Morse, vice president of tho
League, spuko In a few woids on
"The Association FootbnTi League. '
alter which the program, which had
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bank account. It makes no differ- "I missing performers.
Mice whether ho is a graduate of liar- "The Ladles."
vard or Oxford or Cambridge or If n Stanley Ilearrimore replied to a
has worked tils wny up thiough thoj'"-"18' "The tallies" nnd II. V. Kin
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Hultablo for store nnd halls, and arc In usx
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoo Store. Lllto Ico Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo the ramo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
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will go through death rather than do
a dishonorable thing nnd who will do
what ho think Ir right ern If ho Is
enly tho driver of a street car,
Tho Highland genull"tlons. for
which Scotland Is fnmous. wero pep
formed by "Plprr" Murray, who nlso
gave tno "swnru lianro and somo
As such n man. I eIvo you Theo
doro Itoosevelt. Ho Is n man who b.igplpo selections, all of which sue
Ifnves no stono unturned to do what eeeded In nearly bringing down the
Hut If a man does So"Rs 'pro given by W. MeWhlr
right, we enn for- tpr- -N'- K- t. W. Anderson. W. II.
1.0 thlnkH Is right, lie may make nils-.110"8"'
takes. We nil do.
what ho thinks Is
give him his mistakes.
President an Athlete.
"Tliero Is one particular chniacter
lsllc of tho present President which
!. n niimiiir htii , i lliln i.rrn,i(nn Mriitt
,, , . !,.,.. ,,ih:mic-lf that the smoker hnd been ns
i'leeldcnts have icnclud tllat pott ul '
lonor In their evening of lift-. Itooso
Lnli'd. Munroc, J. F. ronwlch. W. 11.
Stanley, If. Anderson, John Ilrown
nnd others, until tho meeting finally
broke up nt an early morning hour.
CM-ry one of those present nssurlng
veil has reached It while he Is yet n
eung man, a boy anion.-? the boys, nn
othlelo among the athletes. Tho Unit
ed Slates as a nation is about 115
Liicec-ssful as the season Itself.
Among those present were: It. An
ilerson. Percy Morse. U. P. Dole, V.
II. Stanley, W. II. llalrd, Frank May.
Jrhn Cooke, A. Gnrvle. I). W. Andcr-
bnn, M. It. Jnmleson, Mr. Cockburn,
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Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres,
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, nnd tho very best uphols
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' . ,, . , ,. , ,,,,' A. W. O. noltomlcy. Stanley Hoard
the first President of tho united j ..... ,, , ., ,.
ii.uii-, k.uii ..it'll. ,tir. aiupi', .nr, j ar
lh, J. S. Iloyle, Norman Kny, W.
States who lcrt tho While Houso to
attend a football game. And I say. It
wbb not below the dignity of tho Pres
ident of tho United States to go to the
football gamo between Annapolis and
West Point. For what do athletics
utntwl'' Tlifti- stnnil fnr tho lirnwn
11,1,1, .1, frn.ta 1,1 tiifiLn n f I ,n nml tf.lln. !
1 ...1 .. - ... ........ . .. ..-. .......
Mr. Kay sang the drinking song,
"In Tlefen Keller." nnd his perform-
ContiaitH tunc heen let by tho I ' 1 0 -
nnnp Mill Pninintiv f.it tin. Itialnlltitlnfi
jurity of ninety millions of people, tho ance wns so gofd tliat he was forced ()f ti,0 firtl of the scries of electric pow-
MoWhlrter. J. Flddes, "Piper" Mur
ray. II. Glass. Mr. Cation. Will Sopor,
Mr. Hlltz. P. (Treason. S. Crook. Mr.
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Cup Presentation. expected to utilize the w.uer power uf
Judgo W. L. Stanley made the for- lll mountain streams back of Lahalna,
n.nl presentation of the League tro-i fo,rl ,ho, manufacture o' electricity.
,y. n handsome silver cup. to .h.l ' ' " "'". "!, X "l '"'" "H
-I. I .. I . . I .,.. .... M.H.. Ml . II I 1 " ."u 1 ul.-,... .....u
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lievc, lias lived up to a golden rule speech whlcn in lis cparMlng humor out delay. Tho work will bo done by
riming the nations, to icpresent tho, and many witty personal sallies nt Grlmwood, Richardson & Hollowny,
Iden of all men having an equal right thoso present, kept his listeners In I-tit.
t life, liberty and the pursuit of hap- cno roar of laughter. ' '
. . . .1 MM. ...... . ....- . ...
pincss. Every man, whatever his' Contain 11. Anderson expressed his' " wwer iiivarmuiy cccapes wnon
bfith happens to bo has the right to thanks on behalf of his team In a " " "'" "" "uc'
f.w nppropnato wards whereupon j
Willie Super sang "In the Old Coun
l'y " Llko nil tho other songs from
the "Old W01 Id" it was truly marvel
li.us. lo was encoied, ns wero al
most nil tho performers.
Stanley Ilenrdmnio gnvo n ery
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