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EVENINO 11UM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, FER 7r 1906.
Pr3ACH8 ""WED 8ACH8
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We Have News Of
FIRST TOUCD OF SPRING IN THE
NEW DRESS GOODS NOW
The new good are charming. Daintier and prettier patterns
than any previous Season hs brought forth and every one abso
lutely new. MONDAY MOANING they will all be placed on sale.
Now And Styllah
i Extra fine quality In white, cream, champagne, grey, navy and
g the new green at -25V YD.
, ' A NEW LINE OF
i FRENCH OROArND.ES
Exclusive designs, at . 30 YD.
B Now Figured
S for kimonos, drapery, etc. Elegant designs, full yard wide, at....
3 20 YD.
M A new wash material. Looks like silk, will wear better than
I silk. New designs, at 20J YD.
fc , ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL.
S5 Corded effect, very pretty designs, 6 yds. for $1.00
k STILL ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL,
B Very sheer, handsome designs and coloring 'at 30 J YD.
S POMPADOUR CHECKS
also new, In pretty colorings, at 20J YD.
40 A 8AMPLE LINE OF ELEGANT WHITE EMBROIDERED
L WA8H 8KIRT8, 6NLY A FEW, AND NO TWO ALIKE.
N. 8. SACHS
1 Dry Goods Company Ltd.
H CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
Mt8H3V8 sWSMtV. 8HOV8-JW5 ML.GH0V8 -J1- SH0V8-
Band's Tour Abroad
SERIOUS OPERATIONS AVOIDED.
Unqualified Buccose of Lydla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound In the
Case of Mrs. Fannlo D. Fox.
Oncof theirrcatcsttrlumphsof Lydla
E. l'lnkham's Vcsetablo Compound Is
tlio conqucrlnir of woman's dread en
MONEY ALLOWED FOR ATTRACTIVE UNIFORMS I S:1S!
.irr. . '. v . j.--.-
Throughout tie capitals of tho cant about-the Hawaiian band proed such
tho music of lli'.v.nll kliall bo beard a great attraction abroad,
calling tourists to these Islnmls by the The Band's Attraction,
hundreds The famous Hanalan bandl Cohen started to explain but licrgrt
ts to make a four months' tour of the. Interrupted him.
mainland, advertising the I'aradlse ol "Let me tell them," he sab), "I know
TELEPHONE MAIN 78 0
TELEPHONE YOUR WANT8 TO THE-
CITY MEAT MARKET
BUTTER, FRUIT, TURKEYS AND CHICKENS FRESH ON EVERY
CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
SIRLOIN STEAK AND RIB .ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
ALL KIND8 OF VEQETABLE8.
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
TELEPHONE MAIN 78
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 t'o 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
W i mum a I
I KLi? beer of I
J8P QUALITY I
IaS ITS i$ I
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I && I Honolulu. Phone White 1331 fll
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tlio I'nciric. llerger himself has said It
Manager Joe Cohen has so declared and
tho Hoard of Superlsors has so or
dained. Tho community heartily fav
ors tho proposition and tho first of June
Will probably sco tho band. In gorgeous
now uniforms, with a strength of forty
or forty-two members, lcalng Hono
lulu to tour tho big cities of the con
tinent to the glory of the talent ron
rcrncd and tho eerlastlng benefit of
Moore Talks Band.'
When tho Supervisors met Inst ecn
ing there were present besides all mom
bcrs of the Hoard, except G. W. Smith,
who is In Washington, Hoad Supervisor
Sam Johnson, Electric Superintendent
V. I Kraiec, Oeorge Mnrkham, dco.
Nawnkoa, Joe Cohen, Herr llerger, Aud.
ttor Ulckncll, Attorney Douthltt, De
tective 1-ake, Clerk, Kalauokalanl, Sten
ographer Aca, Clerk 'IlulTandeau and
members of the press.
Tho band business was the most Im
portant and by far tho most Interest
ing matter of the evening, but, as usual,
with all matters not down on tho routine-
of proccedure. It had to wait until
everything clso was. out of tho wul
licforo it received any attention. Short
ly after 10 o'clock Supervisor Moore
drew to the attention of the Board the
fact that Messrs. Cohen and llerger
wero present and were ready to enllght
rn tho Supervisors In regard to tho
proposed band tour schemo which was
discussed at a previous meeting. Moore
stated that there was to havo been ilef-
Inlto action taken In the afternoon by
the Hawaii Promotion Committee, that
Rommltco having secured he endorse
ment of tho Chamber of Commerco and
the Merchants' Association to tho plan
of sending an ay tho band to tour the
Ktatcs and adverttso the Territory. The
Promotion Commlttco, however, had
postponed Its meeting on account ol
I ho funeral of tho Into Co. W. F. Allen
He fissured tho Board that the scheme
had tho backing of the business com
munity, something Supervisors Lucas
nnd Adams wanted to be sure of lic
foro giving their unqualified suppoit
o tho proposition.
Moore went on to say that Inasmuch
ns tlio county would savo RO'nctblng
like JGOOO In salaries and up-keep dur
ing the four months absence of the
band, It was proposed that for tho four
months preceding the departure of the
band tlio Board should allow It $750
(xtra per month for the purposo of In
creasing tho number of players to about
forty and uniforming the entlro band
so that It would make a good appear
ance. Berger Backs Scheme,
Bandmaster llerger was called upon
to mako a statement In regard -to the
proposition. lie spoko In effect, as fol
lows: "This "Is no mere money-making
scheme with tho bandboys. Is It.
We go out to fight for our country and
I want It to say right hero that It Is
no such a plcasuro trip as you might
think, no! It Is hard work, so muclf
of It that It U not run I tell you, yes!
You know very well what the band It
has dono, ehl It Is not what you might
call It as a cinch to take A band to Port
land. I lmo take tho baud already at
ou know to Portland, but It was with
rcry hard work of mine and wo ore
talked about everywhere all the time
as such a great band what It Is. But
I want to go better prepared ns before.
Wo want to go as good soldiers to fUht
for the good of our country. Wo must
go prepared. A bandmaster he cannot
get up before tho public, no, and say
my first cornet player he Is sick. That
would never do. He cannot haVo to
mako on excuse, but he must do It as
the people want with the band as other
bands to be ready. I think we must
havo say twelve extra men with band
Instruments, Then we must, have some
new music. We want to go perfect to
mako a hit. Now It Is up to you that
we go prepared to make a big hit and
It Is lots of good that we do the coun
try with a great advertisement, yes!
It etnjB with ou to let us go, to give
ua Uie money to get ready to go: and
that's only tho preparation, everything
clso It comes afterwards."
Adams asked what particular thins
utU it U far advanced. ,
more about it as you, yes I It Is the
difference that is the big hit. The Ha
walfan band ts not all the-same It tan
do ever) thing, it Is full of tho ur
"You refer to Its crtatlllty," r
"Ob, very well, that Is it " said Her
ger. Continuing, he said
"It is not only the Instruments that
tho band con play. What I If I will
tell you. First of all the band It pta
with tho Instrument. It is grand!
Then tho boys sing all together. Then
Is a great commotion! Surprise mini
bcr one! The people arc surprised thai
the boys can sing so well when ma) lis.
they thought they could onl with th
Instruments play, eh! Then, maybe, il
Is the girl who sings, A-aaaaa-ahl
Such a commotion! Surprise numhfi
two! Tbeu we glvo them n He tie Imls
mutlc. A-n-a-a-n-ht A-naaa-aahl
The commotion Is terrific! Tlio miisll
Is exquisite! The sensation Is dUnel
The, what you call It, tho fas. (nation
of the air Is so much a surprise' Tut
The people are astounded I That li
what makes the Hawaiian band om
band Its difference."
Manacjer Cohen Speaks.
Manager Joe Cohen, whose propotl
tlon It Is to tour the mainland with
the Hawaiian band, was called on fol
bis statement Ho said: "This Is
something which I thoroughly believe
has the unqualified support of the burr
Inesa community nnd of everybody who
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Jic9HCSb Cir I ;(vi
So-called "wandcrlnjr pains" may
eomo from Its early stages, or tho
presence of danger may be made mani
fest by profuse monthly periods, accom
panied by unusual pain, from the
nbdomen through the groin and thighs.
If you have mysterious pains, If thera
are Indications of Inflammation or dis
placement, secure n bottle of Lydla K.
Plnkham's Vegetable Compound right
'Mrs'. Plnkham, of Lynn, Mtu,, will
f'lvo you her advlc
ler about yourself.
LaLanaLar I aaaaaLaLaLaw
MANAQER JOE COHEN,
WHO WILL 8H0W THE BAND ON
t -f -t--t--t--f-M
has the welfare of tho Territory at
heart. The tour of tho band will ad
rtlse the Islands as they havo netet
bsfore been adcrtlsed. Wo expect te
b cone four months and want to start
about th first of June.
Ivo you her advice If you will write
She is tho daueh.
tcr-In-Iaw of Lydia 1). Plnkham nnd
for twenty-five ycarsha been advising
sick women free of charge.
Dear Mr. I'lnlcUm:
" I take the lilvrty to congratulAt ybu on
the suecFM I have had with your wonderful
medklno. Eighteen months ago my periodf
topped. Shortly after I frit so Ixvlly tliat
I lutnnltted to a thorough examination by a
phytlclan ami was told tliat I hail a tumor
and would hTe to undergo an niratiun.
" Soon after 1 read one of your advertlne
ments ami derided to give LydiA K. link
barn's Vegetable Compound a trial. After
taking (lie bottle as directed the tumor is
entirely gone. I have been examined y a
physician and he uys I hae noslgm of it
tumor now. It baa alto brought my perlmui
round once more, nnd I am entirely
well." Fnnnl 1). Koi, 7 Chortmit Btrett,
trip of the band to Portland has meant
to this country How much more wfU
It mean for tho band to traud nl
through tho States! II Is bound to
make a great hit, Tho band's vcrsatll
Ity Is one of Its strongest assets. Tho
members can sing ns well ns play and!
mere in someining in mo inarm oi ua
walan singing that simply raptUates a
mainland audience. There Is some
thing beautiful and mnnelluus In th4
blending of voices In an nggrcgatlou of
Hawalan lingers that can bo heard
trom no other singers In tho world.
Now wo need to properly uniform tits
band and we need somo extra men and
will havo to train them against tho time
of going away. The County will savd
money during tho absence of the band
and all wo ask la that somo of this
money that will bo saved bo devoted
now to tho Increase and uniforming of
The Band Will Go.
After brief discussion, during which
There Is really but one way to keep rooms unspotted from tho
Arorld, to make tvtry dusky dusty corner wholesome, fresh and at
tractive; and that Is to do all cleaning In the shadowy places by elec
With electric bulbs In badly lighted halls and Inner rooms, no ml
.roby particle of dust can escape, and the death knell of moths, anta
and roaches Is sounded.
To clean home by electric light Is like working In sunlight, and
It Is no greater drain on the oxygen of the room than a sunbeam Is.
And a bright light lessens the work of cleaning.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
I Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Mah 390
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep it from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest
Metropolitan Meat Co,, Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
foods and save you money,
Dealeri'ln STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St. Phone Main 58
spnmmnmmn mm mm mrnrnmg
BMeat Market Removed 3
tt ! nwMMrv I Lucas wanted to bo sure that the bus!
that we make our arrangements quick I n"11 community supported the Idea and
lv anil It la neeounrv Mmf nn iret llm ' Adams Stated that lie Would Vote for
sanction of this Uoard an soon as pos i h proposition with the Idea of with
tible for t have to send on an advanw drawing his veto In tho event of the
agent to arrange for our appearance! business community not supporting
in an mo nig cities, it wo uciay tun " i !. ."" y. ." iuuwuu ....
tbo big places may hne all their dates' for ,l10 next fo"r months the band be
full and we will be forced to wild-cat II I allowed 7M extra per month, that a
from one place to another wherevM committee look nftor tho expenditure
there seems to bo an opportunity. Tht ot ",0 Money for tho Increase and unl.
Territory will through the band's touj1;0"1"1!? nnd other improvement or tno
recene thousands of dollars In adver """" uu" """ ",u u,ulu uo ""oww
l.lnn- -roll. Inr ll.n l.nn.l will I,- fOUT IllOUthS le80 Of SbSCnCO (bCKll-
noticed at length In nil tho newspapors! nl"B '" JunB ,0 lour tM0 mainland.
ot tno cities wncro wo snow, Tlio pa- mis motion was unanimously car
per with which we Intend to plaster ths ' rled, i.uens remarking, as had Adams,
cities will alone prove an Immense ad-' that ho would withdraw his vote If It
vertlsemcnt for the Islands. I figure developed that the business community
that posters will cost altogether about Was against the scheme. Mooro dt
112,000. Why tho paper we will use In dared that everybody faored the
Chicago alone will cost 11100. We want, plan. Archer declared that the papers
to use lithographs of tho band showing' were all In favor ot It and the papers
tho players with typical pieces of Ila- surely voiced the sentiments ,of the
wallan scenery. All this will take time people At this remark there was a
and It is necessary that wo start tnlrommotlon at the press table and a
work as soon as possible. The Promo-1 whispered cheer or two. Chairman
tlon Committee will tell you what ths (Continued on Pag 6.)
Hacramcnto (Col.) News,
"After u serious lllnesH of over n v.ir
. ..... . . i
juime J, II Allen or this city has rccov.
trm anil regards himself, moat fortunate
In HueceMfully buttling with what Is Kin-
rally rrgard"d us u fatal malady, Urlshl's
iiu oi (on Kiuneyii in spenKinir or
Ids caao Judico Allen suldl 'I bellovo that
the treutmint Klven mo by my physician
was In accordance with lite beat mithnds
used In the regular prnulco of medicine,
hut It ulTordi-d itio no nlltf. Hearing of
tho Kulton Compounds I went to San l"ran
Cisco to Invesuiruto and wus soon con
vlnced I should umlcrao the treutmint. It
was threo months belora I noticed a
change for the better, , I used tho meill
clno faithfully for nearly a ior nnd cun
now Ilnd no cvldenco nl the dlsuuo nnd
am Kutlaucd It la entirely eliminated. My
upnetlte I Rood. I have irulned acventeen
pounds In weight nnd will li pleased to
describe my experience to anyone who
runy call or write. M ftieramt nto News.
The editor of tho New hlnmelC was the
friend who told Judge All. n of the Iulton
i-ompounua 'iney nro
Known inai euro uriRlil
tates. About ST per ci
cover. Hend for Inn I
When to auimoct 11
weakness or Inaa of wf
liiinda or eyellda; J)nn
after tho third montli
sediment falling lslol
or more ot lucso.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Laces and Embroideries
Thursday, February 1.
One of the Greatest Bargain Events will
We shall offer thousands of yards of Embroideries and L'aces of
every description at about half regular prices.
If you want to havo first chance to select best patterns BE
EARLY, for many will be attracted by the uncommon character of the
We are now settled In our New Place of Business, sit-
uated on King Street, between Kekautlke and Maunakea "2
Streets, where we will be pleased to serve our patrons with a
first-class goods In tho MEAT LINE, In a first-class manner -
and for prices suitable to the times.. "
I G. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, and
IN ALL KINDS OF MEAT, FRE8H, CORNED OR
30MKED; ALSO FRE8H FRUITS and VEGETABLES.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
73.um.uui iuuiuiuiiuui aiiii iiuauiR
A shipment of Young Large Mules
1 All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Schumao Carriage Co.
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electrlo lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rentsl rates are vory low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
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SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT X
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per
sonallty. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help -
you make every dollar count. J
the only tlilmts
'a IMaeiiHt nnd lla-
it of all cnaes ro-
'(. ImcM Aeents,
urlit h IJ aeaau
uht . miff y nnklea.
. Kldm-y irouuio
urlno may show
PACIFIC IMPORT GO,
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
rs . .li, i. tm
1021 FORT 8T., I.
0. 0. F. Bldg. oV 161 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hotel.