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EVENING- nJUTIN. HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MAlt. 14, 1908.
V ' ... A
THERE is no bulging
at the sides or slip
ping in the heel of a
mease an inn i yi
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
Mclnerny Shoe Store
In a Cage
was treated with alcohol by the famous Professor Atwatcr,
found that the man got ENERGY from the alcohol.
TEN MILLIONS of working men could have told
him that without being shut up in a cage. Beer is the natural
drink for the working man, as he needs not only something to
drink, but something with energy in it. The best beer is
THE, CAREFUL PERSON BUYS
DRY GOODS and' TRIMMINGS
WIIEEE THE VALUE IS BEST.
Xl. AllOy, NUUANU. BELOW HOTEL.
First Methodist Eplncopal Church
408 Ucrctanla avenuo. David W.
Crane, paBtor. Sunday school 9:45 a.
m.; International lesson, "Jesus Heals
a Man llorn Mind." Morning worship,
11 o'clock; preaching by the pastor,
subject "Mood Atonement." Mrs. Hare
will rundor a vocal solo. Epworth
League, C:S0 p. m., topic for study,
"Why Wo do To Church." Tho meet
ing will be led by Mrs. Metta S. Mac);.
The evening church service wilt be
illsmlBscd and tho congregation will
Join In a union temperauco rally to bo
held in Central Union dhurch, the
Hon. John 0. Woolly being the speak
er. Human Catholic Cathedral C anil 7
n. in., low masses with Holy Commun
ion and I'ortugitcso sermon; 9 a. m.,
children's mass with singing and Gng
llnh sermon; 10:30 a. m high mass
with Native sermon y 2 p. m., Rosary
end Natlvo instruction; 7 p. m., Por
tuguese Berinon and benediction of
the til. Sacrament. Friday I and 7
p. m., Stations of tlio Crust. Thursday
Feast of St. Joseph, ncnedlctlon nl
7 p. m.
At St. Androw'M Cathedral on Sun
day evening nt 7:30 Illshop llesturlck
will deliver tho second lecturo of tho
course on me principles in mu v.uriu
tlan IlellKton. The subject will bo
Itovelatlon A Volco of Authoilty,
A grent Interest was shown In these
lectures by the largo number who nt
tended lust Sunday night.
Christian Church: 29:45 lyiiyo
tcht'iol; 6:30 p. m., Y. I 8. C. E, sub
ject, "Tho Wise Use of Money." 11 t..
iri, sermon. There will bo no evening
sermon on account of union meeting
at Central Union church.
Tho Catholic Church of St. John thu
Uaptlst, Knllhl-waena. In chargo of
Itov. Father Cement. Toniorow,
Murcli loth, secend Sunday of Lent
8:30 a. in., high mass, sormon, collec
tion, Sunday cchool. 4 p. in., llosary.
Sunday nfteriioon, tho ChrUtlnu Kn
deaor Society of Ccntrnl union
church will hold the Bcrvlco at Loahl
Home. Car leaves for Kalniukl at 2
SSt. Augustine Chapel, Walklkl Sun
day. 9 .a. m., mass with singing an 1
English sormon. Wednesday 7:30 p.
m Stations of tho Cross.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, March 11,1903
KAMI OF STOCK
; Btcwrr & (.!.
Rwt rtanuilonCo .,
Ilau Pnm & Ruflr Co
llawtllun Sugar Co.
ifonomu Migir -o .,
Kahufcu PianiatlAn L
Klpahutc SuRar Co
Writ mi ttitmr n
Mcltryi Sugar Co
Oahu Sugar Co.,,.
Dnfrni Snrir Co
Ookol Sugar Plint Co
Ulai Miar 1.0 ua
1'iiftl.au Suar pum uo
raia Plantation Co
Ptpkro Suiar C0.1
Walm inata Suaar Co.
Vlma ;i)rr Mill Co
la (.flitand Steam N Co
Hawaiian fiiccillc Co
Hot, K T & I. Co Prd
ilunial Telephone Co
-3 aid Up
N luku huftbrt Co Am
II I0KKC0, .,
11 m H& MCo
Maw irr 4 cm
llawTtr X pc.
Haw Tr 1 DC
Haw Gov't J c
C Bett bun & Rtl Cd
0 pv .
rMVuS.inar C06 pn
Ham. Dltclt Co,
Ui-twr Ditch 6a
I law Owi ft bujc Co
Haw Sit uar Ctibpr,..,
HIloR KCo Con Ope!
lion K 1 if 1.9 op c
KhIiuVu P.atil Cu6 c
Oahu Kft LCoA'ic..
Oultii bilgirCo f pC ..
CUa Suuar ULnc.
Wc Su, Mill Co. t
r f lallllaUUII u ...t
Waialua ttrCo s(C
1 ,150, wo
Sales Hotween Uoarils: CO Hono
mu, $130; 5 Kwn. 2t.87Vi; 165 Oalm
Sug. Co., I24.1ZH; tSOOO Waialua 3s,
LWIdonds Mar. IS. 1908! Hav.-atl-an
Suglr Co.. 1 per cent, Oahu Bug.
Co., 1 per cdiit; O. It. & L. Co., pci
New Stock of
You get real worth for your money at
Elks' Bid., King near Fort Tel. 651
MJOAI. AND QENEK-4L
A Bulletin Wont Ad. will shorten ()
your search for a buyer, a seller, a ft
trader, a teacher, a clerk, a typiite si
Kent Franklin cats. Stkyda. Sthls. 2h
Those who llko goml chewing gum,
SPECIAL SALE-THIN GLASS TUMBLERS
50c per doz.
(Price heretofore 75c. per dozen.)
A superior blown tumbler; ju st what you need on the family table.
, Also BIO REDUCTION in all lines of QLASSWABE and CROCKERY.
Come in and see our fine line.
GLASSWARE AND CROCKERY
109 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 240.
Did you ever try them? The most
palatable dish ' in4 the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
but after 4 with every drink.
It In said Vespasian Warner, conv
mlssloner of pensions, will lose Ills
appeal frolii the decision In favor of
his stepmother on his rather s win,
because unnble to have the record In
the c'nso ready by March tl.
m m i
It Is reported that K. It. Harrlman
Is being pushed for delegate to the
republican natlonnl convention from
Orange county, New York.
Latest sugar quotation 4.027 cents
01 u.lt cants per ton.
London Beets, 10s 6 3-4d
Henry Watsrhpuse Trust Go.,
Stock 'and. Bond Department
Membsrs -Honolulu Stock and Bond
william Williamson. M.im.r.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.1
TBL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
NEW - TO-DAY
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers oy Tlio tlotei Hatha. Limited, will
be held nt the, office ot tho Henry
Wnterhoiise Trtilt Co., Ltd., on Wed
nesday, March 18, 1908, nt 9 o'clock
GEO. I. COOKK,
39C0 Mur. 14, 1C, 17.
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask fcr QUINN. ,
' HALEIWA HOTEL is practically
proof against mosquitoes. The bed
rooms are thoroughly wired, and
comfort in sleeping is guaranteed.
Fresh Lot Off the Alameda.
LEVY & CO.,
St. Clair Bidgood,
FOR COMFORT AND SMALL
AUTO SERVICE, telephone
Automobile and Carriage
Painting a Specialty
Schuman Carriage Co.,
IN TtIK CIRCUIT COURT OF THIS
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
I'rohato: nt Chambers. In tho Mat
ter of the Estate of Manuel J. Amor
In, deceased. Order of Notlco of Pe
tition1 for Ailowanco of t'lnnl Ac
counts nnd Discharge In this Estate.
On rending and filing tho petition
nnd accounts of Alexnndrlna Auior
In, Administratrix, of Honolulu, T.
H wherein she asks to bo allowed
$549.88 nnd Bhe charges herself with
499. 00, nnd asks that the same may
be examined and approved, and that
a final order may be made of distri
bution of the property remaining In
her hands to the persons thereto en
titled, and discharging her nnd her
sureties from all further responslbll
Ity ob such administratrix, It Is or
dered that Monday, tho 20th day of
April, A. O. 1908, at 9 o'clock a. m.
before the Judge ot suld court nt tho
court room of the Bald court at Ho
nolulu, Island of Oahu, be nnd the
same hereby Is nppolnted as tho time
and place for hearing said petition
and nccounts, and that all persons
lntorestod may then nnd there ap
pear and Bhow cause, if any they
hnve, why the same should not bo
granted, and may present evidence
us to who lire entitled to the said
property. And that notice of this
order, in the English lnnguagc, be
published in the Evening Dultetln
newspaper printed and published In
Honolulu, for three successive weeks,
tho last publication to bo not less
than two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 13th day
of March, 1908.
(Sgd.) ALEXANDER LINDSAY, Jr.,
2nd JUdge or the Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit.
Attest: (Sgd,) L, P. SCOOTT, ,,
Clerk, nt the Circuit, Court of tlio
First Circuit. ..
Men. 14, 21, 28; Apr. 4.
LOCAL AND MNEBAL
Auto at hack faro;f iTeL-361.
On tho road to Mandalay there Is
no such pleasant port of call as The
Tho Lcahl Natulan Club will give n
dnnco tonight at the hall of Mrs. I'u-
Qhl, nt Walklkl,
William McKlnloy Lodgo No. 8, K.
of l will meet this uVenlng at 7:20
In K. of P. Hall.
There will bu an election of officers
of tho Kapahulu Improvement Club at
7:30 this evening.
Paradise of thu Puclflc Souvenir
number, ready fur mailing, IS cents.
For sale at all newsdealers.
Telephone 171 and order a case of
Tnnsan tho mineral water that Is re
freshing ns well as a preventative of
Mrs. It. D. Meade and daughter will
be passengers on tho Hllonlan, sailing
from this ort fur San Francisco on
tho 24th Inst.
A danco will bo given by tho mem
bers of tho Fort Shutter Athletic As
sociation at Fort Shaftor. All are cop
dlally linltcd to attend,
Theodore slttchards states that It I
local option that tho Antl-Saloou
League Is striving for at tho present
lime, nnd not prohibition.
Tho Kliinu brought tho following
cargo; 1 nuto, 2 dogs, 2 horses, 2
bags coin, 4 cases chickens, C bales
nwa, C barrels tallow, 14 bags Tol.
pins, 14 bags encoanut, 19 packages
vegetables, 23 pigs, 24 empty kegs, 24
barrels bottles, 30 cords wood, 40
cases honey, ICO packages sundries.
Dr. Marshall, who Is at the hoad of
tho dental surgeons of tho Army, and
Navy, Is going through to Manila on
tho trnnsport Thomas, to tako chargo
of the dental surgeons for two yearn.
Ho met tho city dentists at Dr. Whit
ney's otrtco yesterday afternoon to
give a talk on the recent dlBcoverlcn
In dental surgery.
That, delicious water, Tansan, of
uaturo's own distillation, will bo
given away at tho Holllster Drug Co,
on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, A
Janancso geisha girl, a fair flower
from tho Orient, will dispense this
mineral water, which, on account of
Its purity, s absolutely free from
the obnoxious tnsto peculiar to all
salted and fabricated waters. Ho
suro and drop In at Holllstor's and
try a glass of the best wnter on
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Kay will go to
tho States on tho Hllonlan.
Honk! Honk! Call 244, J. A. Mc
Ieod, fur the pleasantest outo ride,
Cash Registers repaired by the
new expert at Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd, Phone 143.
Theodore Roosevelt Camp No. 1, U.
S. W. V., will meet In Wavcrley blor'c
at 7:30 this ovenlng.
Mrs. J. II. Drow and daughter aro
booked to leave on the Hllonlan for
Snn Francisco, sailing on the 24th
UBU , t j
Mrs. Capt. Saunders and Miss
Saunders will sail on tho Mat boh liner
Hllonlan for Snn Francisco on tho
rrfflf Inst. I
Frank Dodge Is one of Iho passen
gers booked on tho Hllonlan, which
leaes hero on tho 24th Inst, for Snn
Tho Hawaiian llonrd Issued a cnl j
laBt month to licv. and Mrs. Frank W, I
Dean of California to become its mis
tlonarlcs at I.ahalna.
J, A. McLeod has tho easiest run
ning public auto In town and ho knows
where tho best scenery Is on this le
land. Ring him up on phono 244.
Mrs. fteo ; V Ci llioun, widow of
a former ... . .. r i Ciirtls,
la a guest at Vlila VliU mill her sis
ter. They camo down on tho Mauna
Fred Church has taken the manage
ment of tho Tansan agency for tho
Hawaiian Inlands, and will on tho first
of tho week open offices In the Wavcr
ley block. -
Tho Eastman Kodak makes It pos
sible for evcryono to preserve tho
memory of familiar scenoB and faces
ABk for "Kodak Homo Portrilturo"snt
tho Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
This Saturday tho band will play at
tho doparturo ot tho transport Thom
as. The Sunday band concert will
.Lako placo at Kaplolaul Park for the
new Kaplolanl Park Raseball League.
Purser Frlel of tho Mauna Lou re
ports tho following sugar on ILlwalt
awaiting shipment. Honotpu, 3395
bags; Punatuu, 1225; Honokaa, 3300;
Kukulhaclo, 2100; Paauhan, 17,000;
Paaullo, 4700; Kukalau, 4500,
Purser W.I Hart of tho Nllhau ro-
Lports tho following BUgar on Kauai
awaiting snipnicui; aunt., iu.usi
bagB; O. & R C584; Mcllrydo, 45,344;
Koloa. C000; Q. F-12,145; Llhuo, 11,-
CC0; II. M., 15,080; M. 8. Co., 9000.
Pastor and Mrs. Crane of tho Meth
odist church gavo an claborato outer
talnmcnt to tho congregation and their
friends last night on tho grounds.
Numerous electric lights brilliantly
lighted tho placo for tho occasion.
Frank LIUIs begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no long
er connected with tho Union Hnok
Stand. Leavo ordora for any ono of
his two machines with tho Territorial
Messenger Sorylce, phono 3H1. any
hour, flay or night,
Captain Lynnm of tho trnnsport
Thomas visited tho now' yacht Ha
waii scBterday and Is very enthus
iastic In his praise of her design and
hulld. Ho says sho looks to him as
though sho ought to have groat speed,
ami ho is especially (delighted with
hor koa Interior finishing.
The Manoa Improvement Club holds
Its regular meeting next Monday even
ing nt 7:30 o'clock (March 10) at tho
residence or Judgo II. I. Coopor, Pun-
' . All ...nl.lniil., tlaiinl
Get it at the bar or f rom
Rainier Bottling Wks
Goods Almost Given Away
No Reasonable Offer Refused
YEE CHAN, 1005 mS
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
EXT TO YOUNG BLDO., V6-180 KINO 8TREET.
185 sdJJVHsl roomt250 DuU
ntt lOfflct. -Theto are th neW tol.
cphont numbers! of thti Qullstlmofflooj
All residents of Manoa
as well as members of the club aro
ourncBtly requested to bo present. Im
portant affairs will bo discussed and'
ifctlon taken In regard ti (ho beautify
ing of thu va!16y. Ho suio and conio.
N Center Rugs'
- N Sofa Rugs :
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
L W.Jordan & Co., Ltd;
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