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. 1 ( n - - EVENING BULLETIN, HONULVJL.tJ, T. II, MONDAY, rati 21. 100J. 3
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Spring Millinery Opening
will bo continued for a few days,
Spring Pattern Hats
including New York .styles and the famous
and our own creatfons. Hati that were selected by our Eastern
buyers; styles, colors, and shapes that are absolutely correct. You
arc cordially invited to see ths display without feeling at all ob
liged to buy.
New Wash Materials Pongctte Soie
IN BROWN AND PONGEE COLOR 35 a yd.
WHITE POPLINETTE, at 40 a yd.
WHITE REP, extra fine 40i a yd.
FRENCH PIQUE extra quality 40i a yd.
Point de Sprit Net
EXTRA PINE QUALITY, 54 inches wide . . . . .50 a yd.
New Curtain Swiss
In dotted and fancy figures. A large variety of patterns.
SIX YARDS FOR ?1.00
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with hemstitched ruffles. Just the kind of curtains for bedrooms;
several patterns to select from, at $1.50 A PAIR!
New Arabian Net
for curtains, double thread, very durable, 51 inches wide
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from
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Lots of People
arc "getting along" with poor lights because they think they are
being economical. They just don't know that Electric light is
not much more expensive than the coal oil lamp. And they judge
of the price by the superior merits of Eleotricity.
We should like to sec some of these people; we would submit
a few facts and figures that would surprise them.
ONE fact is this the only good light for evening use is
Hawaiian Eleotrio Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST, near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J. 0. C, No. 60217,
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Aala Park Byr Ma.
Tlio niiiiunl Inspection of the Na
tional Cltinrd ot Hawaii was hold at
Aula I'arlt Sttiiduy afternoon by
.Major Dunning, U. 8. A. All of tlio
Honolulu ionip.inlcn and the li.iml
were out, nnd pructlcnlly all the men
of each company were present, no
company huvlng more than two nb
rcntecs. The showing made by the regiment
was pionouuccd by Major Dunning
to bo ery satisfactory Indeed. The
men hnvlng been drilled for the past
fcvcial Sundays and almost ocry
bight for feome weeks, tlio result of
the hard work dona by both men and
ndlceis was apparent In tlio snap and
precision with which tlicy went
through their evolutions. Major
"The Inspection wns good. I found
tlio men n fine-appearing, strong and
lienlthy lot, nnd well drilled. Their
work was very good nnd they appear
to bo a willing lot. I found their
equipment clean nnd in good order,
lemnrknbly no for equipment that Is
not seen uftcner than these men sec
Tlio regimental ofllccrg and com
pany commanders wcro: Colonel
Sam Johnbon, Lieutenant Colonel
Coyne, Major Kltcy, Captain Gorman,
acting major ot the Second Battali
on; Captain Cummins, the Regimen
tal Adjutant; Merlin M. Johnson, the
llcglmcntnl Quartermaster and Com
missary; First Lieutenants Town
fend and Whltchousc. Tlio First
Company was lommnndcd by Lieu
tenant Cook, the Second Company by
Captain Coster, the Third Company
by Captain Neely, the Fourth Com
pany by Captain Ken, tlio Signal
Corps by Lieutenant Angus mid the
Ambulance Coips by Captain Moore.
In mi company wcro thcio over two
members absent from tlio drill.
Tho Inspection lasted from 1
o'clock until 4. At its conclusion
tho regiment marched in review past
Governor Frcnr, who, with a largo
party, occupied tho band stnnd.
With him were tho onicors ot the
general staff, Captain Otwcll, ot the
Knglnecrn, Senators Lane, Chilling
worth and Knudscn, Iteprcsentiitlvcs
Hughes and Castro, Supervisors Hus
tacc, Forn and Archer, and a num
ber of citizens. Among tho stuff of
ficers weio Colonel nnd Adjutnnt
General J. V. Jones, Lieutenant Col
onel and Surgeon General C. II. Coo
per, Quartermaster General J. V
Short. Major J. V. Pratt, Lieutenant
Colonel Fisher, Lieutenant Colonel
Zlcglor nnd Lieutenant Smithies.
On tho return to tho drill shed the
mon wcro thanked by Colonel John
ion for their hard work nnd tho good
showing they had made.
1 ffll WOlTlEo
Dining Aiubabsador Wu's Bhort
stay hero ho visited many Chinese
societies. Following tho Commercial
Club luncheon ho visited tho Sco Yup
Society, tho Chinese Students' Alii
nnco of Hawaii, a blanch of tho
World'B Chlncso Students' Federa
tion. On his return ha was driven to
the Chlncso' Consulate, where ho had
lunch beforo ho and his party went
out to Punnhou to sea tho Floral
Parade, and tlienco to tho United
Chlncso Society, whoro a reception
was held in his honor.
Ambassador Wu, It Is said, advised
hlu louiitryincn to bo members of
ono ot a few substantial societies
and warned them against forming
numerous other clubs or societies.
Tho various clubs and societies were
beautifully decorated in his honor.
(Special to Tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
l Walluku. Maul, Teh, 21. Tho pu
pils of the Walluku public school will
commemorate Washington's birth
day this Friday evening nt tho school
auditorium. Tho program consists of
fancy drills, piano duets, nnd chor
uses. Principal C, 10, Copelnnd and
his corps of assistants have boon
hard nt work drilling tho children
for this evening's exercises, nnd
llioso who will attend It will hnvo
great surprises ti? Btoro for them.
Fine Job Prlntlna at tho Bulletin.
$12.50 House on (Mick Ave., 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ide
, Country Home; adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Walty Bld. 74 S. King St.
Attend Special Service
Held At Methodist
Tho Knights ot Pythias iclcbrntcd
on Wednesday, the lath, tbe forty
fourth anniversary of tho founding
of tho Order. ;lt wns also celebrated
In United Stntes, Canada, Mexico, Cu
ba, tho Philippines and Clilnn, by
the 800,000 men nnd 70U0 wom?n
who mnko up tho growing Order.
Honolulu Temple No. 1, Hathbono
Sisters, gnvo a chowder nnd card
party at tho K. of 1. hall and it was
attended by 1C0 people On Frldaj
evening 200 brothers of the primary
lodges held n smoker Dr. Sinclair
gnvo an exhibition of legerdemain,
and Kd Towso a stcrcoptlcdn lectin o
on Washington. Augustus Dccrlng
delivered a short address on Justus
(1. Itathbonc, founder ot tho order.
Last night the Pythian societies
turned out In a bod) to hear tho elo
quent dlscourso of Hc David Crane
at tho Methodist Church. Tho Pyth
la Sisters wero present. Special
music was furnished bj Mrs. Hare
and Miss Hall.
"Thy Lovo To Me Wns Wonder
ful," 2 Samuel 1 :'(), was Mr.
Crane's text. Ills bcrmou in purt
was as follows:
In tho year 1SG4, when tho storm
of tho rebellion wns sweeping over
this land of ours when brother was
at war with brother, over tho black
face, brother of them both when II
teemed that fratricide was destined
to sweep away all the affections b
tween man and man, God clioso to
awing alongside of the ilghtcotis pul
pit nnd press this fiulcrnal society,
that these allied fones might re
kindle in tho hearts of men the Ioc
which they ought to hour one toward
tlio other. On February l'.i of thai
car, Justus It. Itnlhliono of Wash
ington, I). C, together with sonic the
or six other men, brought Into exist-
enco tho organization known us the
Knights of Pythias, which withstood
tho thtindcrlngs of rebellion, and the
hall and flro of awful war, and tin?
grown with tlio years until it Btnnds,
today, with moro than eight hundred
thousand knighted men to declare its
Of the many lodges now operating,
our fair city boasts of three, aggre
gating more than three hundred and
fltty member, together with a lodge
of Uniform Hank, and also u lodge
lomposed of Pythian Sisters, llcpic
scntntlvcs from theto socrnl lodges
linvo met with us hero tonight, In
keeping with a time-honored custom
of tho Order, to worship tho God we
lovo. Wo wch omo you, my friends,
and ns together wo study tho splen
did principles of jour order, we, like
Olonyslus of old, would fain bo ad
mitted to jour nistlc circles.
Soernl features of tho organiza
tion, aside from Its cardinal princi
ples, go to commend its cxlstcuco
and worth in the world, namely: its
perfect government, its strict disci
pline, and its piactlcal workings. I
must con lino my remarks, however,
and that brlelly, to tho cardinal prin
ciples of the Older friendship, bo
novolunce, and charity.
Following are tho Jurors drawn
for the Kauai term of court by Judge
llurdy Feb. 21
Grand .lur Called for Wednes
day, March Ith. 10 a. in.: C. It. Gray.
A. Gandnll, II MiCorrlston, F. i:gger
klng, A. Thellcn. W. A. Wright, II. C.
Sheldon, Joaquin Souzn, W. K
Schultze, 11. Sehultz, J. It. Myers, W
Schleber, James L'dwnrds, L. L. Mahn,
C. W. Grote, II A. Poller, LouIb Con
radt, II. Wolters,
Trial Jury Called for Friday,
March Cth, 10 a. m.: II. Andermnnn,
Jr., Louis llaiiohniio, W. Hustle, Hen
ry I lull, James A. Apno, V. II, Au
(1 resell, II. A. Iladloy, John LouU,
W. Kkckcla, Domingo Gomes, C
lloinkc, Theo, lllackstnd, C. Jacobsen,
It. Manthel, M. J. Carvnlho, Frank
lloli, M. Frlas, Thomas Ncal, II.
Wramp, Dan Loell, (lus. Meyer, II.
Myhro, It. Cope, Joseph Akn, Antonc
Perry, Hubert Kanealll.
BUDDHIST ON MAUI
(Hpetlal to Tho II ill lot I n)
Wntluku, Maul, Foil. 21. Tho
lluddhlst high priest Shlmiimura nr
rived in Walluku from I.ahulna last
Saturday afternoon and men, women
iind children of his faith went out to
Wnlhapu lo.ul with lings and banners
to meet him and escort him Into
town. The .lapancso hand of Ilvo
members led the long procession Into
town nnd their weird music mndo tho
ppectntors yearn for Hergcr's hand.
Tho high pi lest held nightly services
at his church on Market street this
wocU which weio greatly attended by
tho followers of Buddha,
Tf DULURTIN AD. PAY
This elder brother
bow to play
doctor, In roil
him. 11 or
her, and her i
tho one stand
ard cough modlclno for children
is entirely freo from narcotics or
poison of any kind. It is tho great
remedy tho world over for colds,
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no substituto or cheap
and worthless imitation. I!o Buro
you get Ayors Cherry Pectoral.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
Pr.nr.4 1, Dr. 1. C. Arir & C., litA Mai , U.S..
TO VISIT THE GREAT NATURAL
WONDER OF THE PACIFIC
Tho S. S. "Klnau" will lenvo Ho
nolulu on Tuesday, February 25th, at
noon, arriving at Illlo nt two o'clock
p. in. of thp next day, whero tho par
ly will remain until Thursday, af
fording tin opportunity to visit
"Halnbow" Falls nnd tho other
points of Interest In tho nclghboi-
Thursday morning nt seven o'clock
tho party will leave by train for
Glenwood, tlienco by stage, nine
miles, to tho Volcano, arriving there
at eleven o'clock n. in.
Hero tho party will remain until
Sunday morning. Tho two mid n
halt days will quickly pass In this
wonderland; among tho attractions
beside tho Volcano, aro "Kilauea
Ikl," the seven craters, tho sulphur
banks, tho fern and koa forests.
Sunday morning nt soven o'clock
the party will leave by stage to con
nect with tho S. S. "Manna Loa,"
.ailing from Houuapo nt noon. Tho
trip is nlong tho const, past
tho scones of the lnvn flows, Tho
steamer nnchors for tho night nt Ke
alakckun Day, at which point Cap
tain Cook wns killed, ono year nfter
his discovery of tho Islands, and hore
a monument hnB boon erected to his
memory. Thoso wishing to enjoy n
beautiful cnrrlngo drive may leave
tho steamer at Kealakckua and go
ovorland to Kntluii, 20 miles dis
tant, nnd rejoin tho steamer at thut
point, tho cost per passenger being
SZ,&0 extra for this drive. The
stenmer leaves Knllua at noon Moti-
day and arrives In Honolulu Tucs
day, March 3rd, at daylight.
The round trip ticket Is SS2.00,
which cavers every necessary expense
of the trip to tlio Volcano and re
turn, but docs not Includo tho cost of
horses or carriages for Bide trips In
Illlo and at tlio Volcano.
Don't bo dissuaded from taking
(his trip. It tinu opportunity or u
lifetime. Comfortnblo transportation,
good hotels, and most picturesque
For tlclcts and Information re
garding the excursion apply to
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
Si. If III -
Tho pa-u riders who took part In
tho Floral I'nrudo woro glum a loyal
entertainment nt tho place of Mrs
I.lzzlo I'uahl ut Wnlkllil last Satur
day night. 0er two bundled per
sons sat down to tho elaborate u;ui
which had been spread, nnd dining
tho evening dances, as well as an ex
hibition of old-fushluuod hulas, were
The hula girls' wero Miss Mnry
George, Miss IMher Knpiiaahlwalanl
and Mrs. Kddlo Wnbllanl, whllo'Ka
nukn looked after tho musical end In
tho. gourd-beating nnd bonn-shaUlnij
Tho plnro whore this took plaro i4
right ut the edgo of Kaplolanl I'arh,
beautifully located, nnd on n moon
light night Mrs. l'uahl's entertain
ments are Ideal.
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103 KING ST.
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Tel. Vrhite 1G90.
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Picture Framing a Specialty.
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The most popular
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Iranch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
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