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EVENING nUIXnTlN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, FED. 26, 190
4 iii i -
In Spring and Summer
NOW ON SALE
CREAM MULL SUITS
Embroidery and Lace Trimmed.
Handsome White Silk Suits
elaborately trimmed, very ityllih and Inexpensive.
The New Pony Suits
Very latest, In linen and mercerized poplin. Very suitable
for this climate,
In sets. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
with edgings and Insertions to match.
DOUBLE THREAD VALENCIENNE8 LACE3. .
New patterns, with edgings and Insertions to match.
Dainty Wash Fabrics
New materials, new designs. A wealth of pretty goods for
8ATIN 8TRIPED PRINTED TISSUES
lacy effects, all new patterns and elegant colorings, at 25d a yd.
Very sheer, elegant designs and colorings, extra fins quality,
from rtOd vd- upwards.
Printed Silk Organdies
for afternoon and evening wear, exquisite designs and colors,
New patterns and dainty colcrlngs at 206 yd.
Ladies Swiss Vests
for lew neck dresses; no shoulder straps, 25.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
YOUR RACKET fejiff
HAKE A RACKET IF H 1
TDU DOELT GET rin ""-i
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A Dead Swell
1006 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A Martin
That the coming production by tlio
local Lodge of Klks In the lino of "An
up-to-date minstrel performance" will
be n success Is no longer doubteJ,
Judging from tho manner In which the
i)0'8 are eating lino tne ciioruscs, nnu
when on the night of March 8th, the
curtain Is rung un, the people of Ho
nolulu or rather those who arc fortun
ate enough to have secured their scats
well In ndancc, will be given n treat
of a life time. A thousand laughs and
a parting for the finale will send each
and every one to their homes pel Ins
like n "clam at high tide" nfter a night
spent drinking In the fumes from this
Mot Air Contest, "A Hunch of Non ,
Thru there will be many local stabs,'
with no 111 Intent, goes without spy
ing, as the time is ripe now for a lion-1
of fun from many paths of life. Tlu
path of politics. Immigration, and such
other professional profusions as our
Minstrel Hero's may deem wise to ills
tribute. The funny little Livingston .
will be "Ouy on the spot." needing no
THE IDEAL WIFE
Shapes the Destiny of Men The Influence of a
Healthy Woman Cannot Be Overestimated.
Seven-eighths of the
men In this world marry
n ivoman liecause she Is
beautiful In their eyes
became alio lias the quali
ties which Inspire admira
tion, respect ami love.
There Is n beauty In
health which Is mora at
tractive to men than mere
regularity of feature.
The Influence of women
glorious In the possesion
of perfect physical health
upon men nnd upon the
civilization of the world
could never be measured.
lccnucof them men hnvo
attained the very heights
of ambition; because; of
them even throne have
radium pain't or search lights to 'find i?taMUhed ""d
him. and If In the past he has pleased. Whata.H.appolntmcnt.
he coming Production will give him, a then, toscc thofalryoung
broader nnd better field to work his fcwauty fading n ay
many new nnd original stunts. before ayear passes oer
The scenery Is now being painted so her head I A sickly, half-
inai many or inc oiu "eje-sorcs' will
not greet the people jig of yore. As u
minstrel production, this will by fat
differ from anything of Its kind on
any stage, the "End Men" nppearlng
In such odd places and times during
the show as not only to cause wonder,
but mirth nnd merriment throughout.
Tickets arc now on sale" by member
of the local Lodge nt Wall. Nichols
Co., and at nearly nil the stores In
town. Unruly two weeks yet remain
before the first production. March the
Slh and 10th being selected.
Tho following examinations may bo
taken at Honolulu on the date speci
fied, beginning March 14, 190(1;
Acting assistant surgeon. Public
Health and Mnrlne-Hospltal Service,
aid. Coast and Geodetic Survey; as
sistant Inspector of hollers; assistant
Inspector of hulls; civil engineer and
linnrlnf nnilint i) ,n,,al.i-tlfin . nm
putcr. Nnutlral Almanac Olllce'; c inn-! ,clt!r ,rom n yK wife
especially when Mho Is
tho mother of a family,
Is a damper to all Joyous
ncs In the home, nnd a
drag upon her husband.
Tho coUof a wife con
stant lllncM la n serious
drain unon tho funds of a
household, and too often all the doc
toring does no good.
If a woman tlnds her energies sre
flagging, and that everything tires her,
dark shadows appear under her eves
her sleep Is disturbed by horrible
dreams S If she has backache, head
aches, bcarlng-down pains nervous
ness lrrcgularltl!S,or despondency, she
should take means to build her system
up at once by a tonic with specific
powers, such as Lydla 12. l'lnkham's
This great remedy ior women has
done more In tho way of restoring
hcnlth to fli women of America than
all other medicines put together. It Is
the safeguard of woman's health.
Following wo publish, by ropiest, n
Mrs. Basic Ainsley I2eJ9l Sjj
Mrs. Ilcsslo Ainsley. of (111 South 10th
Street, Tacoma, Wash., writes:
Dear Mrs. riiiUioms
" Ever since mv child was lmrn I hsre nif-
a.. ........ I!.... 4....I.I.. .--I ierel. ns I nuim kh nuiiim r.-r iwir, wiwi
Supcnlslng Archltcas nflnmmllon.ffiiwloral.n..lnrlng-iloKn
rain, tmrkaehe nml wretchm Iroilarhps. It
atTrctrd my utrnnnrh o thnt I enuld not en
toy my im-alii, nnd half my time nossjieiit
puter. Naval Observatory. Draughts-!
man Architectural, Supervising Ar-
cliltect's Olllce, coplst topographic, j
engineer. Supervising Architect's Of
fice; heating and ventilating; Junioi
Olllce; Ijind Olllce Service, topo
i graphic. Engineering nnd hydrogrn
phlc nld, ecological Surcy; kinder-
1 gartcn teacher. Indian Service, local
Inspector of boilers; local Inspector of
I hulls; matton, Indian Service, physl
clan, Indian Service; teacher, Phlllp-
jplno Service, topographic nld, wlre-
. man, Departmental Service.
Ilcglnnlng on April 0, 1906:
I Apprentice, clerk, Departmental
Service (males only), clectrotypo fln-,
ishcr, Government Printing Olllce; I
clectrotypo moulder, Government
Printing Olllce; elevator conductor.
Departmental Service, railway mall
cleric; stenographer and typewriter,
Departmental Service; stenographer
"I.ydla E. rinkham'i VMbl Compound
msd me a well wnmsn, and 1 fwl so grate
ful that 1 am glad to rite and tell you of
mv masrelmn reem-rrr, It brought ms
hf'nlth, nw life and vitality."
What Lvdia K l'lnkham's Vegetable
Compound did for Mrs. Ainsley It will
do for other woman who arc In poor
health and ailing.
Itsbeni-lltsWgln when ltsiiso begins.
It give strength and vigor from the
start, nnd surely makea sick women
well and robust.
Itcmemlier I.) din K. Plnkhnm'a Vege
table Compound holds the record for
the greatest numlKT of actual cures of
woman's Ills This fact Is attested to
by tho thousands of letters from grate
ful uoini'ii which are on tile In the
Women should remember that neure
for nil female diseases netunlly exists,
and that cure Is I.jtlla V.. Plnkham'a
If yon have symptoms you don't
understand write to Mrs. Plnkham,
Lynn, Mass.. for special ndvlee. The
rifesent Mrs, Plnkhnm Is the iliinghter
n-lnw of Lydin II. Plnkhnm, her uiuda
tnnt before her decense. nnd for
twentvflve years since her ndvlee hns
wen Ireeiy given m mck women,
-& Be Comfortable s 1
The shortest route to comfort in the good old summertime Is by S
using the Electric Light and In conjunction with It an Electric Fan. M
When you have an Electric Fan In your house, cool breezes are youra
to command whenever you desire.
Ct.Htal. I I.LI I- ..a. lt...t.. .!... ...U.a .L.A fMM .,J..M. U
UltblllV haiyil. IB BUI pi IVIIiyiy bllCdp VTIICII .IIC llllllltllaB MU,!' K
tages to be derived from it are taken Into consideration. We shall
be very happy to supply you with any Information you may desire
relative to wiring your house.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd
C Office King St.. near Alakca 'Phone Main 390 -f
apmnnnnnnni vm wm imnnmig
B To Our Patrons
a We are now located In the new brick building on King
y street, between Maunakea and Kekautlke streets, where we will
be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line.
Our prices will always be fair.
JZZ We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Creenwell"
y" Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the ?
2 killing and dressing of all animate at our own slaughter house
- at Katlhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
w. the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Doard of
2; Health. 5
a. , i,
y Soliciting your patronage, we are,
Very respectfully yours,
I G, Q. YEE HOP & CO.
--; TELEPHONE MAIN 251. -JJ
?iiliiiiiiiui iiiiUiiiUiiiiiU iiiiii iiiiiiiiiK
Lydla E Plnkham's Vejctahle Compound Succeeds Where Others Fall.
nnd typewriter, Isthmlnn Canal Serv
ice; stenographer and typewriter,
lleglnnlng April 18. 1000:
Atslatnnt examiner. Patent Ofllcc;
civil engineer. Departmental Service;
civil engineer, Philippine Sen Ice; civil
engineer, and draughtsman; computer,
Coast and Geodetic Stiripv: rouiuuter.
Supervising Anhllcrt's Olllce; engin
eer, inuian fcrvicc, farmer with
knowledge of irrigation. Indian Serv
ice, llsh culturlst. forest aHslsinnt,
phnrmlst, Public Hetlth and Mnrine
Ilogpltnl Service; sclcutltlc usslFtnnt,
Deiiarement of Agriculture, superin
tendent of construction, Supervising
Architect's Olllce. teacher. Indian Serv
ice, trained nurse, lndlnn Servlco,
tnilncd nurse. Philippine Service ;vet
crlniiry Inspector, Department or Agri
culture. Knr application blanks, and Informa
tion regarding the examination, apply
to Pror. W. 1). Alexander. Coast und
Geodetic Suncy; Wm. C. McCoy, Post
office; Jno, W. Short, W. D. Wilder,
or II. C. Stackable, Custom House,
Honolulu. T. II.
GIFT TO PATTENS.
Hi SCHOOL Mill M iOV WY
- DO WELL IN PLAV IT
The senior class of the High School 0t one hundred pinple spent Sat
on Saturday evening presented "lilt urday evening and Sunda a' the pop-
excellency the Governor" at the Opera ulnr Sunday resort, the Halclwn hotel.
House, a large audience much enjoy. Included among the guestH were the
lug the cloer performance of the party of joting ladles from Oregon. In
oung people. The production proved honor of these ladles Manngcr Illd-
a success materially as well ns drama- good hail arrnnged for n dance Sattir-
tlrntlv. Thn Hphftnl fitlnm lilnrk nmf dnv cvenlmr. whh It hesan Hliortli- uf.
llfllnu nml llin ,.nsa , iilni-s i,n i.n nml ter illlinrr nnil rfifitllllleil unlit mid
gold, decorated the house, having been night. This was gioatly enjoyed by
arranged by the )oung ladles of the ill of the guestx. as tho coolness ol
tophomoro clnss Urnest Kaul's mull- htitfiv Inunls ore cxtrenii-Ij Invlt
dolln class aupplled music. I '"K to loe'rs or this amusement
Mrs. W A Anderson unil Ilemy ouniinv, nnnousn -nere wns no
Auerbnch, the talented lomcdlan of the speclnll nrraiiRt-d hcludiile of enter
Uuhler company, tontrlbuted to tl. tnlnment oilier than Hie umial dellghta
Micrrti f the euicrtiilnment by tin ir offered nt llnlelwn. the big inmil ol
earnest touching guests put In an eurimcly pleasant
Ikrt Llghtfoot made un exi client Among the Or-oii girls and
Komiior hiiiI It. Spragttc showed tip "mo "",r ""M l "'"K linJ
ttfll ns nn nrlstoi-mt r i:ncl shmnn. huiiiihiih iiiiiiivx nimni im i-'i'-
Hany White, us Captain Carew. wa ,ll,,r ,Tll' """" ttl'" reMinieil to
mni !,.,. i,,,. it u- n.ir.i.,., nu ii... town last nlghi i-prened themselves
lln.rslock dlBpIned good tulent. nnd as particularly delighted.
really excelled In the comedy tole Iv. ,
Tucker as Captain Hlu-rs gave n line I PPMDV PilIM Q APPRPTTA
Impersonation. An Major Kildarc.i IlllUni UlIlLJ Ui LltCl Irt
Allred Smythe wns a big success. Ting
Kwnl was a good clerk. Ilobert Clarke St. Andrew's Priory pupils on Satin.
niuiiu a pioper sentry anil i now
proed himself a clever butler. Ah
Mrs. Wentworth Ilolllngbroke, Maud
Pnty delighted cierybody, her appear
ance nt time having almost profession
UNDER NEW M sNAQEMENT.
SACH8' DLOCK, COR. FOKT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water in all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment,
t The second floor will bo available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VISITORS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
i TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F, COLBURN HI, Manag Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
There are Imitations, But
Oups is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvc till Otlier Plitvor AIo
Consolidated Soda W atcr Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7 J
NOW WE'RE OFF ? J
We are prepared to supply the Pf-spl of Honolulu with Freshest at
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Qarden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ins, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, averythln" FIRSTt
CLAS8 MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manaeet.
TFLEPHONE MAIN 7. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE BLD
day evening distinguished themsehos
In "Mule Ited Itldlnghood'a Ilescue,"
Hie young ladles pleasing a most at
tentive and good sized audience, re
vealing ciucfiil training and great en
Illlo, J-"!'. 22. On the evening or
Saturday, 17th Inst., Mr. and Mrs.
Patten of Illlo were met at tho man
ogor's house at Hakalau and present
cd by their friends with an oaken
cheat of solid sliver tabic ware.
Mr. Itoss, manager. In asking Mr
uud Mrs. Patten to accept of the gift
eferrcd so the cordial relations that
at nil times existed between Mr Patten
and tils fellow employes, his loyally
iu ma viiijnuyerB uim ins iiiiiuy oiuer
qxcellent iptullttes both as citizen nnd
Mr. Patton, In returning thanks on
behalf of Mrs Patten nnd himself, as
sured them that It needed no such
gilt to keep green tliu memorlea of 1C
ears of huppy life spent amongst them.
' Thereafter a pleasant cenlng wut
spent with cards and music.
Amongst Mr. nml Mrs. Patten'4
friends present were. Mr. and Mrs.
Pullar, Hunnmii; Mr. and Mrs. Hay,
Honomu; 11 D. Ueverldgo, Honoiuti;
Mr und Mrs. Itoss, Haknlau; Mr. nnd
Mrs. Mulr, Hakalau; Dr. P. Irwin, Ha
hntan; Messrs, L. H. Thompson, Wm
Hoss, J, Kraser, J. S. I). Mackenzie,
A. Alnslle, Thos, Scott, 0. P. I.llllco,
Wm. McCall, Haknlau; Alox. Smith, J
Patterson, J M. Jamie, Wm. Hlllot
Honohlna; MUg Macy, Walkaum.tlu;
Mr. Moses, Papaaloa; Hiss Altken, Kn
kalau; Dr. Taylor, Mr. K. Patten, Pa
cullo; Mr. Dagget. Suu l-'ranclsco. Mr
Geo. Hoss, late manager, and Mr. I).
Mackenzie, of Davie & Co., Honolulu
sont regrets for Inability to be present
Si 'fS ..Tl.il""!?..1. .:" thnitaam In their work. The operetta's
do Oex, Mildred tJrace waa cffertlvu.
The orchestra lomprlsed;
Mandolins Mrs. M T Slmonton,
Miss Anna Macauluy, Miss .Mabel Mc
Andreus, Miss Mary Kianca, Mr. Wm.
Chllllngwortli. Mr Paul llrcde. Mr.
Jas, Ah I.oy. Mrs. J S K Cushlugliain,
Mr William Kclle.
Oultars Mr. Jub () Ilaptlst. Mr
nhorus features were charming.
In addition to tho chorus, tho player.1
wuio lted Illdliighood, Miss Kllanl
Wilcox; The Mother, Miss Helen Copp,
rirnudmotlier. Miss Lucy Mlchardson;
Wolf, Miss Martha, Woodman. Hd
ward Kea, a pupil of the lolanl school.
Other singers were: Miss Agnes I'ren-
do, a Ilutterctip, Mlfs Avis Windsor, u
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihip your
roods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St. Phone Main 5
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S!0','1!,,",, l1'''lV.olet,ndMlss Julia Spencer. Hob
Mr I. W Kwallko. Mr Win. Holoka-
'Ukuleles MIht Minnie C'antln, Mini'
Orllla ltlcc. Mlsa Mary Achuck. MU
Hazel llcllbron, Mr Htm-oe Perkins.
Ilanjos Mr. C. 1). Wright, Mr. J. P
'Cello Mr. Walter Ueakhuna.
I'lutu Mr. Hrnest Kupke,
Leader Mr ICrnesl Kual
In Miss Shlpmnn was the instructor
and the accompanist
HAWAII 4N CIGARS COMING
Within a few days Kltzpntrlrk, the
Myitle Cigar Store ptoprletor, expects'
10.000 Hawaiian clgau for the local
Tho musical program was as follunr. i market, from tho Mlko Wright factory
I. 1 or acniuc inesu cigars are ot iia-
Overtttrea "Vicuna Korever Marcl' ' wallan and HaMina tobacco und will
(I. 'he the in bi Hawaiian vigars on the
(u) "Absent llrotlicra"
The Senior Class of the High School
consists ol Ilobert Clarke, Adelaide
Krnnca. Mildred Otaco, Tlnk Kwal,
Hert I.lgVfcot. Joscphlno Pratt, I-'alth
Shclhamer, Kirkby Tucker, Harrj
liiurkct. .la red Smith, director of tl.o
V. S S. Agilcultiiral Experiment Sta
tion hero fumlhed the tobacco and
Kltzpatrlck has had the cigars mad
WILKES1 PLAY NOTICED
Mainland noHspiperg have notice!
H hn prodiKtlon ut tin Orplieum In thU
city not long ago of Kruest Wllke'
iPietty Hawaiian sketch "The Hal
White." The Dramatic Ilcvlcw of San
Krnnclsco copied tho Honolulu Even-
The February number of Wm. M. ilng Bulletin's critique In full. Mr.
Islington's Paradise of the Pacific rar-i Wilkes, who Is with the Uuhler com-
rylng the usual excellent service of ln. Pany, has receUed numerous lettcie
leresllng and timely articles and beau-, if congratulation
tltul Illustrations, contains some quo
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It means much to you. Thj home you build expresses your per
sonality. "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.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL J
Telephone White 051 I
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Retail Unuor Dcnlur,
tapanese and America Liquors, 'inzal Salorn In connection.
IWILEI AND KINO STRH.xTS.
ObTOFFICE BOX 814 TELEP NE MAIN 2
PRAISES THE PARADISE
tnttons from tho mainland nress which
! go to show how much Hawaii's month
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. ly plctorl.il Is appreciated uoroad
The Weekly lMltlon of the Evening
Iliilletlii gives n complete summary of
tho news of tho day. For SI yrr.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, otc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she"- ' aro pre
pared to ao an work In
trusted to them In a first
No Gash Required
The Lemmon-Carle Directory Com
pany deslies to notify the public that
no caMi payment Is required for their
Directory for 1900-1907 or for adver
tising therein, until the 'book Is pub
lished, delivered and fouud to be sat
isfactory In every reapecu
I M. I.RMMON.
C1HACE M. KAItLE.
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