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nvnNiNa nuujrriN, Honolulu. t h Wednesday, maii. 25, ions
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EASTER SALE !
Wliite Eastei9 Blesses
For Children ahd Misses ;
sizes, 4, ,, 8, 10, 12, and
14 years old, all at prices
to effect quick clearance.
All ready to put on for less
than the cost of material.
LOT 1 Two styles, made of fine lawn, some plain
tucked, othcra trimmed with embroidery. SALE PHICE
LOT 2 Made of fine India linon, nicely trimmed
with Valenciennes Lace and herringbone stitching. Sizes
G to 10 years. SALE PRICE $2.25.
LOT 3 Made of line India Linon, trimmed with fine
embroidery. Sizes 4, C, 8, and 10 years. SALE PRICE..
LOT 4 Made of fine India Linon -with yoke of cm
broidery, prettily trimmed with embroidery and insertion.
Sizes 8 nnd 10 yean. GALE PRICE ?3.80.
LOT 0 Made of fine French P. K.,i trimmed with
Clnny lace. Sizes 8 and 12 years. SALE PRICE. .?-i.0O.
LOT G Made or Point de Sprit Net, trimmed with
dainty baby ribbon cenf neatly tucked, very pretty. Sizes
G, 8, 12, 14. SALE PRICE 55.90.
LOT 7 Made of fine Pin Dotted French Swiss. Yoke
of Valenciennes Lace, dress prettily trimmed with lace in
sertion and mcdalions. Sizes 10, 12, and 14 years. -SALE
N War's Next Engine
NIJW YOUK. N. V., Mnrcli 1 1
Knpicsslntr Ii!k licllet tliat an nerlal
l.avy lll lo n sli-p In tlio llnnl roii
Ucit of wir, Hudson Maxim, In
ventor of explosives nnil first maker
of ?tnoKolcs9 powder In tills country,
kpeiiklng tonight nt tlio second mi
nimi banquet of tho Apto Club of
New York nt tlio St. Hogls, declared
thai wo must lmvo ormninontH In or
der to enforce international law, mid
that we need a stronger navy.
Maxim surprised his nudltorn by
declaring that th Japaueio had re
cently pttrclinted of u .steel company
at Nuwaik, N. J., a.oon tons of rlllo
barrels, "rlllcs enough to nrnuJSO,
Most of tho rifles, the speaker sta
led, were In the hands of tho Japan
Speaking of thn pnit tlio Hying
machine would play In war, Maxim
"Somo terrlhlo things have been
predicted for tho Hying machine na
n war engine. It Is comforting to
know that no very great loss of life
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY BACK POLICY
1 SPORTS I
A Pare Ginger Ale Ferfcctly Flavored Soda Water Any
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
! TELEPHONE 71,
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Just about half prioe--to reduce stock
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
or property would teault from dyna
mite dropping from flying machines,
for the reason that It requlros con
finement to work very wide destruc
tion. Half a ton of dynamlto drop
ped upon tho four-Inch deck of a
battleship might kill n few men.
wreck some of the superstructure
and dent tho deck n bit. hut the de
struction would not be widespread
and the crew below would not be In
"Dropped on coast fortifications.
Hie uuuiugu wuuiu uu ueniiHiuic
Half-ton bombs dropped Into tho
streets of a largo city or on top of
the great buildings would wreck n
few foundations, break a lot of glass
i.nd kill a few people.
"Tho Hjlng machine will have
cry great use In war as a scouting
craft for tho purpose of locating an
cuouiy and Inspecting his position,
but the enemy will lmvo his nerlal
plckct3 out, too, nnd there will bo
many a tilt In flic air between tho
is what you want for Cooking Purposes, as the body for
Sauces, Gravies, Ice-Cream, Fricassees, etc.
BECAUSE it is so rich in BUTTER-FAT, NATURAL
FLAVOR, and PURE 0REAM.
BECAUSE it is thoroughly sterilized by a special hy
gienic process, and is ABSOLUTELY PURE.
The Lilliputians wore as popular as
i cr last nlslit In tho Inst performance
of "The Oclslin Olrl." Master Teddy
McNnmara waa screamingly funny as
thu comic Chinaman, nnd Wj Pollard
as Mollle Seymour, was especially
good Muster Freddie Heinz, as the
MarqulB 1 m si I, And MlS Iiono Km
lay, whd took tho part of a boy, Reg.
Inald Fairfax, niado decided hits for
themselves, and Wro applauded time
For today's matlnco (and tonight's
pcrfomianeo), tho screaming gaiety
comedy miccoss, "In Town," will bo
presented. Tho Pollaids have the solo
rights' for ntaglng this play In Amer
icaand they havo played to crowdeil
holism at each performance.
Tho-jileco Is full of funny nnd pret
ty songs and choruses, and there nro
ii number of clever specialties that
glvo tho genius of theso Llttlo l'eopla
Following this number "Tho Mlka
do" will bo played, then "Floradora,"
which completes tho engagement ol
tho Mtllputlans In Honolulu.
If tho Mongollu sails on Friday, tho
laBt performance, "Floradora," will
havo to bo cut out. but peoplo In high
places nro making strenuous efforts to
have tho big steainor held over till
tho next day
Manager Cohen wishes to emphasize
tho fact that thoro will bo absoltitoly
no tickets held for anybody after S
COUrtT CAMOES WILL CELEBRATE
Meet Today At Non 'In
There was a good nttend.inco nt
tho meeting of the Mil tons represen
tatives of . the athletic clubs whlcll
was held nt the Promotion Commit
tee rooms today nt noon. Almost nil
the clubs which had not been aeon
before wero rcpicsented ut tho moot
ing by mcnibciK who had -report!! to
make. Those present were Chairman
I'at Oleason, F. !:. Stccre, John WIso,
YaBhlmorl, 10. Fernandez, Mr. Abe,
Mr, Kong, nnd Chuck Hoy,
Yashlmorl reported that meetings
ol tho Japanese clubs wero held last
night, nmT tlio proposition of sub
scribing for sfnson tickets was put
before them. Tho general standing
seemed to be, stnted Yashlmorl, that
the joungcr element among the Jap
anese did not feel that they could af
ford to pay out tho Su for n season
ticket. Thoy wero nil anxious to
havo n team from Japan come, and
they would nil be nt tho games, but
they could not como "thiough with
tho necessary spoil, for n season tick
et. rYnshlmarl said that he thought
ho would be able to raise nt least
$200 from the sale of tickets to Jap
anese, merchants. Ho suggested Hint
it would bo n good Idea to ask each
Individual club to donate S100 or
1150, thus raising a sum of per
F. R. Stccro stated that It was the
Idea of the big league to turn nil tho
gato receipts of tho early games over
to go towards the larger project of
paying tho vlsltow' expenses. Chuck
Hoy said that ho had seen a few nf
tho Chinese, merchants' and they did
not net disposed towards coming
through with tho five slmoleons for
a season ticket. They all assured
htm they would Uo ut tho games however.
As 'a contrast to this, mention was
made bfttio fnct'tliarWllI Mclnerny
had offered to donate 5500, which
would, of course, bo paid back. The
Chlncso nnd Japanev merchants do
not seem to want to tnho a chance on
getting their money back, If they
cubscrlbo to tho fund.
Kd. Fernandez reported that ho
had -sold about seventy-live season
tickets already. I'at Oleason expects
a letter fiom the Japanese college
teani on tho 28th nnd fuller partic
ulars will then be known about tho
conditions. Tho meeting was ad
journed until one week from Friday,
when It will be held nt tho samo
place and time.
BECAUSE it is READILY DIGESTED
Best for Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Etc.
H. HACKFELD & CO., -LTD., Agents ))
At a meeting of Court Camocs hold
laslulghl, It was derided to colchralo
tho fifteenth anniversary of the Couit
by a grand b'tnqmtt at tho Young
Hotel on tho SCtU of Apill.
Tho committee In charge of th'u ut
fair Is composed of Messrs, M. C. I'n
checo, Oaspar Sllva and J.. A. l'orry.
An Inhalation for
CraaoUna Is Boon to AUhmalloo.
ll.a It nl b.m Mark affM-llV to bftfttha III ft
rfmedj for d I of tha brwtblar or jtm than
u ui mi rtiuM; into in iwniu
kpi.aUik .. kvinu ih air. rnaera
ttronilr aatltcptlc, ll cairlad or Ua dlMed
larUca lth a?ry brcatb, filB proloBgcd and
eoftiunt Iff almvaU It ll InTilpalU to motbfra
ia imall rnlUrtn.
TbfM of a Con
will And immedUta rtllef
from Coagbf or inflm4
Conllllon of tha lhroV.
Bend pwul for da
l&u r mum mreai.
Open; dogs. Winners! dogs. Nov
ice; bitches. Limit: bitches. Open;
bitches. Winners: bitches.
Collies (rough). Puppies; dpgs.
Novice; dogs. Limit; dogs. Open,
dogs. Winners; dogs." Puppies;
bitches. Novice; bitches. Limit;
bitches. Open; bitches. Wlnucis;
''Dalmatians (coach dogs): Pup
pies; dogs nnd bitches. Open; dogs
Alrcdnto Terriers: Puppies; dogs
ind bitches. Novice; dogs. Limit;
dogs. Opon; dogs. Winners; dogs.
Novice; bitches. Limit; bitches.
Open; bitches. Winners; bitches.
Hull Terriers: Puppies; dogs nnd
bitches. Novice; dogs. Limit; dogs
Open; dogs. " Winners; dogs. Nov
ice; bitches. Limit; bitches. Open;
bitches. Winners; bitches.
Jloston Terriers: Open; dogs and
Fox Terriers (smooth): Puppies;
dogs. Novice; dogs. Limit; dogs.
Open; dogs. Winners; dogs. Pup
piles; bitches. Novice; bttches. Lim
it; bitches. Open; bitches. Win
Japanese, Spaniels: Puppies; dogs
and bitches. Novice; dogs nnd
bitches, Limit; dogs and bitches.
Open; dogs and bitches. Winners;
dogs and bitches.
Miscellaneous (for dogs of estab
lished breeds for which no regular
class has been- provided; entries
must specify the breed of tho cxhlb
It): Open; dogs nnd bitches, under
12 pounds. Open; dogs nnd bitches,
under 12 pounds nnd not exceeding
24 pounds. Open; dogs nnd bitches
over 21 pounds.
t: :: ::
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE-4G0 acres of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; ' good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing, Price
12.G0 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Jnvealment.
WAITY BLDQ., 7,4 S. KING ST.
The following Is the classification
list for tho dngs, presented at thu
meeting of tho Kennel Club last
llloodhounds: Opon; dogs and
St. lid-nurds': Opon; dogs and
Or eat Danes: Open; 'dogs and
Greyhounds: Puppies, dugs and
hitches. N'otIco; dogs nnd hitches.
Limit; dogs and bitches. Open; dogs,
Winners; dogs nnd bitches. Open;
Pointers; Pupplles; dogs. Noylco;
dogs, Limit; dogs. Open; dogs. Win
ners; dogs. Puppies; bitches. Nov
Ico; bitches. Limit; bitches. Open;
bitches. WlnnoiB; bitches.
English Setters: Puppies: dogs
nnd bitches. Open; dogs nnd bitches.
Gordon Setters: Puppies; dogs and
bitches. Open; dogs nnd bitches.
Irish Setters: Puppies; dogs mid
bitche3. Novlco; dogs. Limit; dogs.
Opon; dogs, Winners; dogs. Nov
lco; bitches. Limit; bitches. Open;
bitches. Winners; bitches.
Cocker Spaniels: Pupplles; dogs,
nny color. Novice: dogs, black. Llni
11; dogs, black. Open; dogs, black.
Winners; dogs, black. Novice; dogs,
other than black. Limit; dogs, any
Milld color except black. Open; dogu,
nny solid color except black. Open;
dogs, parti-coloied. Winners: do'is,
other than black. Puppies; bitches,
nny color. Nolco; hitches, black.
Limit; hitches, black. Open, bitch
es, black. Winners; bitches, black.
Novice; bitches, other than black.
Limit; bitches, nny Bolld color ex
cept black. Open; bitches, nny solid
color except black. Open; hltchci.
partl-colored, Winners; bitches,
other than black.
llulldogs: Puppies; dogs and
bitches. Novice; dogs. Limit; dogs.
Open; dogs, Wlnnois; dogs, Nov
lco; bitches, Limit; bitches, Open;
bitches, Winners; bitches.
Dachshunds: Puppies; dogs nnd
bitches, Novlco; dogs. Limit; dogs,
And still tho baseball talk goes
merrily on. Pat Glenson wandetB
around with a homo-run look on his
benign countenance, tolling of tho
teams ho Is bringing here, and won
dering where all the money Is com
ing from. ,11 o stnted this morning,
however, that ho thought tho dona
tions from tho various baseball clubs
in tho city would reach tho Bum of
$l600. All these perplexing ques
tions will bo threshed out at tho
meeting of league managers and
baseball enthusiasts today at noon
nt the Promotion Committee rooms.
n :: tt
Tho American car In tho big raco
hns arrived at Frlsui, The others
nio bcattored far behind, tho Herman
car being at Hawltiis, Wyoming, tho
Italian car nt Ogilcn, Utah, and tho
French car at Church lluttes, Wyom
ing. Nothing like tho Yankee "get
there." II ti n
Tho rare hctweou Mallet nnd In
digo, which was scheduled to como
olf this after noon ut Kaplolnul Park
Is off. There was somo hitch In tho
rrrangonicntB for tho race, and mi
tho thing fell through. 10. 11 Lewis
wasn't ocrly anxious to run Mallet
U tt XI
Frank Cherry will, with bin broth
er and Bister Lilliputians, dlspoit In
tho water this afternoon nt Wal
klkl Reach its tlio guests of tho Sea
:: tt tt
Kallht Athletic Club meeting tonight.
Have you tried Allecretti's choco
late creams. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Fritz Ottomeyor, who was arrested
somo time ngo for gathorlng milk
from the cans left nt tho doors of res
taurants In townl, was gathered In by
tho police thlo morning nnd booked
for lne8tlgatton. Ho had with him a
bag containing a large assortment of
carrots, onions, potatoes, bread und
tiilt, and tho pollco bellovo that, ho
has been making another raid on tho
food supply of tho restaurants.
Linen" SaleSee Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00; 11x11 $ .GSperdoz.
$1.25; 13x13 . $ .78 per doz.
,.$2.00: 10x10 . $1.50 per doz.
1.50; 17rl7 . $1.10 per doz.
$3.00; 18x111 $2 00pcrdcz.
$2.25; 20x20 $1.50 per doz.
$2.25; 9 in. . .$1.50 per doz.
$2.25; 11 in. . $1.50 per doz.
$2.50; 12 in. ..$1.75 per doz.
$3.50; 14 in. . .$2.50 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.0'; 72 in. wide $1.50 a yd.
$1.00; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.40; GB in. wide $1.00 a yd.
$ .75; GO in. wide $ .GO a yd.
$ .50: 00 in. wide $ .35 a yd.
$ .40; 54 in. wide $ .30 a yd
$1.00; 58 in. wide $ .05 a
$ .05; 58 in. wide $ ,50 a
,.$2.50 per doz.
, .$2.25 per doz.
, .$2.00 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.50; 22x22 . .$1.75 per doz.
$1.25; 18x18 . $ .75 per doz.
is a big improvement over nil previous machines of any make.
There's no rasping, grating noise with the Edison; it runs smooth
ly and noiselessly. And that Blare of sound Edison found a
way to eliminate it.
The records are cheeper' there is no changing of needles;
the machine lasts longer, and costs less than any other first-class
Phonograph, Call and hear it at
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Shaker Salt .
Blackola ahd Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
Fort Street, will J
Move to the ,S
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Opposite Young Hotel, on Mar oh 26th"
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THE P A I N T E RPHONE 420.
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