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EVHNINO ntTLLnTIN, HONOLULU, T. H PIUDAY. MAIICII 1C. 100C.
8aehs' Great Glove 8le It now on and the bargains obtain
able are the greatest ever offered In Honolulu. Hundred! of odd
Iota are being cleared out, tome slightly spotted, but most
pairs In good condition.
Kid Gloves, Silk Gloves,
are all being disposed of at the Absurdly Low Figure of
15c Per Pair
LOT 1 Ladles' Dtack Foster Kid Gloves, sizes: 6,1-2, 6 3-4, 7,
7 1-4, .7 1-2.
LOT 2 Ladles' White Suede Gloves, sizes: 7, 71-4, 71-2, 7 34.
LOT 3 Ladles' Dtack Suede Gloves, sizes: 7, 7 1-4, 7 1-2, 7 3-4.
LOT 4 Ladles' Orey Suedo Qlovet, sizes: 6 1-4, 61-2, 6 3-4.
LOT 5 Ladles' Brown Kid Gloves, 4-buttons, sizes: 7 1-4, 7 1-2,
LOT A Ladles' White Berlin Lisle Gloves, with fancy stitch
ing, assorted sizes.
LOT B Ladles' Black Berlin Lisle Gloves, with fancy stitching.
LOT C Ladles' Black Silk Gloves, assorted sizes'.
LOT D Ladles' Brown Silk Gloves, assorted sizes.
The entire lot will be cleared out at
15c Per Pair
without exception and without reserve.
Never has there been such a ale of gloves In the history
of Honolulu and a phenomenal rush Is certain to take advantage
of this opportunity to secure gloves for practically nothing at
all. Do your shopping early, or you will find that there are no
more pairs left.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo hluvo all Other Flavors AIo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACH8' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms, are a feature
of this establishment
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 I8LAND8 WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A. COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
102 FORT ST.. I. O. O. F. Bldg. A 151 HOTEL 8T. opposite YOUNG Hotel.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Headquarters for automobiles with
st splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUMG COMPANY, Ltd
have opened a horse-shoeing
department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class she are pre
pared to ao an work In
tniBted to them In a first
FOR BEAUTIFYING HONOLULU
TOLD IN CONCISE FORM f
t WRITTEN BYA NOTABLE WOMAN
Mrs. Sarah Kellogcr of Denver, Color
Doarsr of tho Woman's Relief Corps,
Bonds Thank to Mrs. Plnkhsm.
Condensed In a form that may he
readily appreciated without having to
read through 12,000 fjords of his ro-l
port to the Board of County 8unorvj-'
ors and the Hawaii I'romotlon Com-,
mlttcc, tho recommendations of C. Mill
ford Robinson, tho New York park ex
pert, for the parking and general lm-.
prorcment of Honolulu, are as follows:
That particular attention he ald to
pnrks and drives.
Mako Honolulu tho playground"of
tho well-to-ilu-and the popular stop
ping point for tourist trmel.
Olve first attention to the comfort
and enjoyment of citizens.
Preserve the Individuality of Hono
lulu. Ue a moro beautiful Honolulu.
to the general direction
Shun the checker-board plan. Let
all Improvements bo a development,
f.ot a remaking of tho old. Rctnln the
narrow, winding, shaded streets.
Build road diagonally across Manoa
Mil ley, from Kaala avenue to llcrctnr.ta
street nwnr the brldgo, connecting the,
park and Diamond Head road with tho
Prolong Walklkl road to lieretanlu
Carry Young street through Thomas
Square by double narrow driven, 'cir
cling middle plot. j
Utilld scenic circular or loop roads
through the valleys adjacent to tho
llxtend Allen street along the water
front to connect with Queen.
Don't plant trees on narrow walks;
put them Inside the lot line. I
lltll-ji linlfn.tnttV In tlin nlnnllni. rtl
trees on the newer and broader streets,
where trees nre nlanted between curb
and walk. i
The civic unit Is not the club, but tho
street. Let the Improvement clubs on
n street get together on tree uniformity.
llcmovo signs projecting over the
sidewalks In the business section.
Create on the slto of the old flshmar
kct, Alakea street, a formal and at
tractive entrance to tho city to Insure
a good first and last Impression to trav
elers and make n pleasant means of ac
cess to the docks. Set back the ptnl'b
Allen street line at the middle or en
trance point, 30 feet, mid then carry
out to the street line al cither end In u
curve. On the broad, curving walks
station the Id sellers. At the en
trance, 70 feet wde, build a tall nud
hnmUome gateway, pylons, or with a
connecting bridge above the road, pro
viding a place for the band. The ward
"Aloha" might he used Jn the orna
ment of the Gate.
Take down tho poles on all streets
nnd first on business streets. Ilulld
County conduit for tho wires.
Take down wooden fences on the
streets. , i
Mako palm avenues straight, not
Make the entrance to Honolulu
through a, garden. Let Alaken nnd
Richards streets carry the heavy traf
fic, reserving tho parkwny for passen
Do away with narrow sidewalks on
the newer, broader streets.
New streets should bo laid out sixty
to eighty foot between lot lines. Kor
a C0-foot street: between lot line and
walk, 3 feet curb; walk, G feet; walk
to curb, 10 feet turf; roadway, 22 feet
(this for a street without car line).
Plant trees In the 10-foot strip between
walk and curb, 80-foot street gives
additional 20 feet roadway for car
lines. Disturb tho older part of tho city as
little as may he.
Where large spaces nre left at tho
Junction of streets, curb, fill with earth.
KruHs, una piaiu juiim or iiuwcnng
Mnke waterfront parks of the lots
makal of Allen street, from Alakea to
Kckuannoa and-to Tort If a new cus
tom house, Is erected on nnother side
This park, should have a baudsiund.
A good site for the new custom'
house would be in the plat between
Alakea, Allen nnd tfllatiea streets, or
on Ittchards strcot.
DpvcIop Union Square, the official
center. Itcmove tho Opera House from
its present site. Include Knwatahao
In the scheme. Ilemove the garage on
the makal side of King street, lluy the
grounds between the Judiciary build-,
Ing and Punchbowl street; thus clear
ing the space Kawalanao church be
comes one of the group of historical
buildings, ilulld a new street center
ing on tho Knmehamcha statue, with
that closing the vista at one end and
tho J.unalllo tomb In view at the other.)
Corresponding with this street on tho
other side of the statue, have a street
gjving direct connection with Merchant
by Mrs. Kellogg,
of 1028 Lincoln
Col., to Mrs. Pink
hsm.tiynn.Mast.! Dear Mrs. I'lnVhsm t
" For five yrsrs I
was troubled with a
Inmnp B-tlrti Vht
great mental depression. I w ns unable to At
tend to my bouw work, and life became a bur
den to ma Iwasconflnrdfordayitomylied,
loot my nppetllp, my courage and all hoi.
" I could not bear to think of an operation,
and In my distress I tried every remedy which
I thought would be of any uv to me, ami
reading of tlioaluo of I.ydla K. llnkhsm'f
Vegt table Comiiound to kick women decided
to give It a trial. I felt M discouraged that I
liad little hope of recovery, and when I lx-gnn
to feel better, after tho sorond week, thought
it only meant temporary relief) but to my
great mrprlao I found that I kept gaining,
it till the tumor leiwened in site
"The Compound continued to build up my
general health and the tumor deemed in I
alxorlieil, until, In seven months, the tumor
as entirely gone and I a well w oman. I am
o thankful for my recovery that 1 ak you
touillh my letter in newspapers, so other
nomen may know of the wonderful curative
powers of Lydia K. llnkham's Vegetable
Whnn women are troubled with Irreg
ulnr or painful periods, weakness, dis
placement or ulceration of the female
organs, that bcarlng-down feeling, In
flammation, backache, flatulence, gen
eral debility, Indigestion or nervous
prostration, they should remember
there Is ono tried nnd true remedy.
Lydla K. Plnkham'a Vegetable Com
pound at onco removes such troubles.
Ko other racdlclno In tho world has
received such widespread and unquali
fied endorsement. No other medicine
tins such a record of cures of female
Mrs. Ptnkliam Invites nil sick women
to wrlto her for advice. She Isdaugliter-in-law
of Lydla E. Pinkham' nnd for
twentyflvo years under her direction
and slneo her decease has been
advising sick women freo of charge.
She has guided thousands to health.
Address, Lynn, Mass.
ltcmember that it Is Lydla E. Pink
linm's Vegetable Compound that Is cur
to sell you anything clfco In its place.
with clusters of bamboo nnd parripaa
grass. Screen barns nnd service build
ings with hibiscus hedges. Extend the
arched drive, by further planting of
algnrobas, so that It may be continu
ous. Add to the park tho nlgarnba
gtovo lying nearest to the sea between
the park nnd Diamond Head. Open
Utnn through the tress.
Make the rnco track Into piny fields
nnd golf links. Ilemove the old grand
stand. If the trolley poles must stay,
paint them green nnd plant vines about
them. The city needs scenic reserva
tions. Put seats along the Pall road. Make
trails to viewpoints off the main road.
Ilulld n shelter from rnln and wind at
Tlemodel tho street plotting ns put
down on tho Pinkham reclamation
plan. Don't have a gridiron street
Ilulld new road diagonally from
Ilcckulth street to College Hills tract,
east of the Rocky ledge and parallel
The postoflttc should he added to tho
group of public buildings.
A developed city cannot get nlong
with ono kind of park. ,
Knplalanl park needs a large appro
priation for improvement. Cor Immed
iate work nt Kaplolanl park: Kill up
all hut the main lagoon, with the lat
ter tako away the aspect of n ditch,
Mako of Pacllle Heights summit a
scenic reservation. Put nn electric lino
up Pncttlc Heights. Mako the road thnt
cllmlis the hillside an ndequato park
nppioach Plant trees to as not to In
terfere with tho view. Tho railroad
vhould not follow tho drive. A short
cog wheel or balanced enr road could
bo run up tho precipitous Nutianu side,
or n line could follow the green ravine
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Grew This Hair
AND WE CAN
Utile lrnnrn Msrlu Kiiowltrn ti the daugh
ter ot Dr. I). W, Kiiovrl'eii. ,o Uln'urrrrr i f
lliUrreathnlr-irowlni! iviinri. urul lier tenutl
f nl Iiclr was grown wholly by tho uto cf this
Thla little tlrl hail no morn hair than tln
STcruse child biti.ro ulug IiinJerliie, nhllo
now ihu Imi tho luiitot unU nnt If.-unl'ul
heart ol golden hair cut imeicj by a child
of lior ago In tho world.
Damlcrlno nukes the. scalp healthy nni fertile
and keeps II to. H U tho cicnttU .al fertlll
cr am) llicruforo tho grvntttt hair i-mlurluii
rrmedy ever Ulncorereu, It U a natural food
ami a wheletonio iw-d'clre Icr both tho hair
and fcalp. Kvrn a Vx, uM of It will put
inure xriiulno llln In )our hair than a gallon of
any other hair toulo ever n.ale.
UUlt Photo of FRANOE8 MARIE KNOWCTUN,
Ae Four Vaa-a 060 airfield OouUvsrd, Ohlcscc.
NOW at nil druggists, In three sizes, 25 cents, SO cents
am) $1.00 per bottle.
CnCp T show how quickly Dnridorlno acts, wc will
rilCbs send a large sntnplu free by return mail to anyone,
who sends this advertisement to the Knowlton Dantlorlno
Co., Chicago with name and address anil 10 cents In silver or
stauins to pay postage.
12 1"2 C PER POUND
Large consignment direct from the
grower to us came in the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c.
2 Lbk 35 c.
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. ILevy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
'PHONE, MAIN 149
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY HQLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, SOLE AGENTS,
A Digestive Marvel
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co,, Ltd,
PER THE S. 8. NEDRASKAN
A. Fine Lot of Reasonably
8UITADLE FOR PLANTATION
Schman Carriage Co.,
ALEX. YOUNQ DLDQ.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a tine of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that we
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFI8H In blocks and strips, PICKLED DLOATER MACKEREL,
8ALT SALMON, 8ALM0N DELLIE8, 8M0KED EELS (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALMON 8MOKED DLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd
Telephone Main 45
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nauMwia s urciuirmL mnitiiai mm t
a iew man in every tsotcie. (
for 8AL hVEimviinriE
McPARLANE&Co,, Sole Agents.
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