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KVENINO irjMtriN, HONOLULU T. 11.. MONDAY, MARCH 30. 100S. a ,
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ipHERE is no,bulging
J. at the sides or slip
ping in the heel of a
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Great Assembly Next June of Church
Workers, Young and
. ' Old.
urn i i pii i u'i t wy
BEER AS A FOOD
Dr. Wiley, the United States expert on pure food,
writes: "Beer is a veritable food-product." It's more
than that, it is nourishment in an agreeable form, ,and,
by its peculiar combination and proportion of "-carbo-hydrates,
phosphates, alcohol, and .'arbonio acid, is especial
Professor Qacrtnsr says that one quart of beer is equal
in food value to 3-10 pounds of bread in carbo-hydrates,
and to one ounce of meat in albumen.
The beer that is richest in food value and most pleas
IWSm1 V M HH Hi ffl'..IT"l If niiHl
Positively Last Week
ladies Shirt Waist,$l.-
75, cut to $1.10
ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
60,- cut td'i-.. $1.00
..ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.-
25, cut to 75c
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c,
cut to 45c
ladies' Shirt Waist, 75c,
cut to 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.-
25, cut to 75c
Ladies' Corset Sover, $1,
cut to 60c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 75c
cut to 40c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 40o
cut to 25c
Ladies' Corset Cover, 25c
cut to 15c
Men's Umbrellas, 75c cut to 50c; Ladies', $1.25 cut to GOc.
Ladies' Dress Hobcs, $5 cut to $3.25 a suit. Oingham, 12VjC a yd.
now lOo yard. Brown Cotton ,l0o yard, now 13 yds. for $1.00.
Hllo,,ilnwnll, March 20. The ni
mtiKciuouts which have been grad
ually progressing for tho celebration
of the Jubilee of Hallf Church took
ilcllnlto form within the past week
when, nftcr n scries of meetings, a
program for tho exercises was doll
ultcly decided upon and only tho de
tails have now to be worked out.
Not only will Illlo, during the last
week in tho coming June, remember
the founding of the IInlll Church l!f
ty years ngo, but thcro will also bo
(he honor of having the general
meeting of the Hawaiian Evangeli
cal Association. Itev. V. II. Olson,
secretary of tho Hawaiian Hoard of
Missions, has been in town for the
past week and has been nctlvcly look
ing after tho work that Is to bo (lone
during the coming dual meeting,
assisted by Itcv. Mr. Shields of the
Foreign Church, Ilev. S. L. Desha,
pastor of tho llalll Church, Itev. Mr.
Hill, and manylay friends.
That thore will bo between 250
and 300 delegates here in llllo for
the occasion U assured. The moder
ator will be Itev. II. II. Parker, pas
tor of Kawalahao Church, Honolulu,
and It Is understood that ho has ap
proved of the plan to devoto two
days to tho celebration of tho, llalll
'ubllce. On Saturday, Juno 27th,
Micro will bo n great old-fashlonnd
Sunday school parade, tho schoo's
from Lnupahochoe to Kulapana be
ing represented, marching in lino
through tho streets of Illlo with ban
He's proudly telling of their homo
schools. On Sunday between 10
o'clock nnd noon, thcro will be a me
morial service at tho llalll Church,
when the work of Father Coan nnd
Father Lyman, tho founders will bo
dwelt upon at length. It Is probable
that at this service the memorial
vJlndown to Fathers Coan nnd Lyman
will bo unveiled. The designs hnvo
been approved and the windows or
deied but It Is not nbaolutely certain
that they will bo delivered In time
for tho Jubilee celebration.
DAMl Oh STOCI
J nrewrr A Ca.-
Rwa riarilatimt Co ...
Hawaiian ArtIc. Co ..
lUwCnm & Sue Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
Ilritonm Sugar Co .
Ilr.nnkaa Sugar Co . .
Haiku Suirar Co
Kafmku platilallroi C
Kotoa Sugar Co
McltntleSiiirar Co ...
Claim Sue&r Co
Onomra Sugar Co
Ookola S.ar Plant Co
uiaa-buxar Co Mil
UIOWHIU I.O. .,.
Taoliau Sugar Plant Co!
radix rttigar ami. . ..
Tala Plantation Co ....
rrttfkro Suaar Co....
Walalua Airrlc C
WrrukuSueai Co ....
Walmatialo Sugar Co.
Walm.a Sugar Mill Cc
Inltr.lsland Slrar.i N Co
Hon HTM. Co Trtl
Mutual Tclriitioue Co
Nalilkj KbkberCo., .
Ntliiku Hul.btrO. Ail
Oalm R S I. Co
Illlo RK Co,
Hon It &M Co:
I law ailau Plnrapifa Co
111 IN US
flaw I rr 4 p c
Ilnw Tr 4 PC...
llawTer )i pc...
I!w Gov't tic...
Ca .tltct Sug -V Rcl C
rfalku SliRflr Co 6 pc
Ham. D'.lch Co.,
Haw Com& Sug Co s I
Haw Sugar Co 6 pc...
Illlo R kCo Con ope
lion k i uio ope
Kaliuku P.ant Co 6 p c
Oalm Sugar Co f p c . .
Ctaa Sugar Co6 pc. .
Put Sun Mill Co, (a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Plourrr Mill Co 6 ne..
Waialua grk Co IPC
Airuryur a .o ao
Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
TEPY PECK IS
HILO MAN'S WONDER
Aitetsor Wllfong Is Surprised and
Pleased With Number of Tax
Ideas Gained. ,
Hllo, Hawaii. March 20. "That
Tennoy I'cck has more Ideas about
taxation, and moro good suggestions
to mako on tho subject than I
thought It possible for any ono por-
fcon to possess."
This was tho opinion that Tax
They are easy, dressy, and service
able, altogether the very best shirt
you can get anywhere. You'll agree
when you see them at
Elks' Bid.. King near Fort
Our Star Shirts are the
glad you have on when
you are with dressy
people. Their quality,
their correct style and
good taste make friends
for you and for them
selves wherever they
10CAL AND GENEHA1
Sales Iletween Hoards: 7 O. It. &
I Co., $94; 115 Oalm Sug. Co., S27.50;
CI) Oalm Sug. Co., (27.50; SO Oalm
Sug. Co.. 127.50. Soslon: D O. It. &
h. Co., J94,
That helpless feeling is quickly
cured by a Bulletin Want Ad.
Latest sugar quotation 4.3S cents or
$87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lis 4 1 -2d
Henry Waterhoiisa Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu stock and Bond
WILLIA WILLIAAON. Manascr.-
FOKT AND MERCHANT STB.
TEL. PRIVATE' EXCHANGE 4.
Buckkead Litliia Water
Horn Buckhead Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 Qts. or 1 Doz. Half Qls,
LEWIS & CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 160 KINO ST. PHONE 240
Tho Hoard of License Coinnilsslon
tis for tho County of Oahu will hold
.. nicetliig at tho Executive Ilulldlng
on Wednecday, April 29, 1908, at
4 p. in., to consider tho application
pf SUKKN SIN'O TAI COMPANY, for
a Wholesale License to sell Intoxi
cating lltiuorn at No. G8 N, Hotel
Street, Honolulu, under the provl
ilonn uf Act 119, Session Laws of
All protests or objections against
tho lssuanco of a license under said
application should ho filed with tho
Secretary of tho Hoard not later than
the ttmo set for said hearing.
A. J. CAMI'llKLL,
Secretary, Hoard of License
3963 Mar. 30; Apr. C, 13, 20.
Assessor N. C. Wlllfong formed nfter
n conference with tho Tax Commis
sion In Honolulu upon the occasion
ot his recent Visit, lB
Authority to appoint n Tax Com
mission was clvon to the Governor of
the Territory by Joint Ilcsoluf Ion of j w'"t-
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Kent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stblt.
Call at thu 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 n odlco for a '
liaudsomu calendar. i
The best thing for gastritis Is I)cn
tyno Chowlng (linn
King up Seotty'u when you v. ant a
good auto rldu. I'hone lu.
Allcgrctti's chocolate creams only
at Benson, Smtih & Co., Ltd.
Konk! Honk! Call 214. J. A. Mr
I.rod, for tho li'.e.ti'.antest nuto ritlt.
Why not spend the Hiiniiiu'r at onu i
f 111,, Stf.llllllll. Plltt'liroa? l.llll,r.l 'I Tf
Take your corrlngo or automobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manty. Co. fur
.up (rwlnlo repairs.
A nice hot lunch, whether you buy n
drink or not, Is served dully fiom 4 to
li lit thu Fashion Saloon.
1'uradlse of tho l'uclllc Souvenir
uumbci', reutly for mailing, 15 cents.
For salo nt all newwlcalors
Have you tried Allegrctti's choco
!ati dreams? Benson', Smith & Co.,
See tho now line of Kastcr goods to
be on display at Sachs' In millinery, S
II. & M. skirts, nnd Knickerbocker
vou ever try them? The most
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
Tho nnnual nicotine of tho stock
holders of tho Kllauea Volcano
House Co., Ltd., has been called by
tho l'rcsldont for Tuesday, March 31,
1908, at 1 p. in., lit the olllco ot the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
Ltd., In Honolulu.
A. N. CAMPIIKLL,
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE FOB
' $5.00 an Hour ,
Just call 290 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
SHa-ij i i. .i.i i i i.,n-mi ti J i j-u-i-nui ii
C Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The purebred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of ?.B., A. J.C. C, No. G0247.J
and Guenon Lad, S A. J. C. 0., No. 62304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Fond Dairy t
PROPOSALS FOR KOItAdti. Ho
nolulu, II. T March 30, 1908. Seal
ed proposals, In trlpllcato, will be
lecolved hero until 9 a. in. April 10,
1908, unit then' opened, for furnish
ing during tho period beginning
July 1, 1908, und ending September
30, 1908, 90,000 lbs. Oats, 150,000
lbs. liny, 000 IbB. llran, and 27,000
Iba. Straw, Information furnished on
I ppllcfttlon to tho undersigned. K.
ll. HUMPHREY, Depot Qunrtormtis-
3903 Mar. 30, 31; Apr. 1, 2, U, 15
the Legislature in 190". The idea
wai Governor Carter's und ho ap
pointed tho first board, the present
Governor, Mr. Frcar, being one of Its
tlueo members. Ah now constituted,
the Hoard Is composed ot L. Tenney
Peck, former Judge Perry, and A. F.
Mr. Wlllfong Bnld: "At present
tho appraise!- of each taxation dis
trict Is responsible for the appraise
ments that he makes. Appeal can be
made to the Hoard of L'ciuallzatlori,
from which red tirso can bo had to
the courts. As ono Individual Tax
Asiessor in a district Is liable to err
at tiny time and u dissatisfied tax
payer can now only go beforo the
Hoard of Equalization nt Honolulu,
Tennoy Peck suggested that u lo
cal Hoard of Appraisers for each dis
trict, or for each County, would bo
of material assistance to tho Asscn
rors by helping them to arrive at an
accurate, valuation of property,
avoiding dissatisfaction nnd the cost
involved in making appeals. This
would tend largely to abolish tho
work ot the Tax .Appeal Court but,
tho Commission believes, it would bo
moro satisfactory both to the nsscs
f.oiH and tho taxpayers. This Is Mr.
Peck's Idea and I 'must say that I
ugreo with Mm.
"The talk I had with the Commis
sioners .was Invaluable to mo. It
rurprlsed mo that ttiey should ho so
well InTormed on the subject ot tax
ation. I hopo that any taxpayers on
this Island who may have felt ag
grieved at previous assessments, or
who may have distinct Ideas on tho
cuhject of taxation, will comnuinl
onto them to tho Commission. They
nro sure to rccolvo caicful considera
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
Tho Holly Wood Print pictures that
nro bo much in demand can bo had nt '
the Pacific Picture Framing Co., on )
Mrs. Carrie Jaccibs-Dond was prcs. '
ent at the services of tho Calm prison
joterd.iy nnd snug seveinl of her
tonus to the inmates there. I
McKlbbou'H nntlbllllous . pills nro .
what you have been looking for toj
bring the relief you need! See Hen- 1
sou. Smith & Co., Ltd., agents. '
Tom (Jnliin has gone Into tho nuto
hack business with a flno tour-passenger
Ilulck nnd Is prepared to furnish j
tho best possible scrvlco. Phono 301.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "i
Yoj vrill bo suntrlt.cd at Its rtinlliip. I
nnd preservative- properties. California !
Food Co.. agents.
Tho Whlto Family Rotary (lock and
chain stitch) is tho best sewing ma
chlno in tho world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
tgonts, 12C0, Fort strcot. Phone 488.
i our typewriter suuuiu ue liepi in
fxcellcnt order. The expert at the
TfniTrnilfin ?ft Gn!nHv O.n Trl 1
can attend to it for you. Phone 113.
Iltilletln calendars, containing steam
er anlvals and departures for April,
May and June; also n correct 11 lu
alarm list, may be had free by calling
at the office.
It will bo money In your pocket if
you will order n caso of Tansnn wat
er. In the tropics jou need n natiuiil I
regulator. Tansan keeps you in con-1
dltlon, thus saving medlclnnl bills, j
No hno nnd cry would bo rnlsod for i
Prohibition If overy saloon In Hono
lulu wcro conducted as decontly as
tho Hoffman, and If all th liquor sold
In town was as puro as that vended
at tho reBort named. '
Mrs. Piiahi, president of tho pan I
riders' club, will glvo n Hawaiian hula I
tonight at C o'clock, at her residence
lit Wnlklkl. Tho occasion Is- nroiiarcil '
nt tho reauest of a number of proiiin
Incut tourists who aro spending their
tlmo In th'o islands.
Of tlie iLaiddep
is a dangerous place, unless every step leading up to it is
firm and true, and the "foundation" strong and sure.
That's true, both figuratively and plainly speaking;
the fellow who is placid on the top rung soon falls off to
make room for the man who climbs from the. bottom. Our
ladders arc safq in every rung.
EXTENSION and STEP LADDERS
The best in the market at reasonable prices.
Strong, Steady, Safe, Adjustable.'
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING ST.
PHONE EXCHANGE 20.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Hlds wcro opened toddy nt tho oftlca
of tho Public Works Dep.iitinent for
tho building of two school houses, ono
ut Pahala, Hawaii, and tho other at
Lauiiahoehoe. Thos. Andrews wno
tho lowest bidder on thu
school, und J. llohuenbcrg on tho
l.aupr.imelioo school. Thu bids vtcru
I. KrlckBon Pahala, $4419.
J. I). Lewis Pahala, $4435; Laup.i
.1. Htilmenborg Pahala, $4240; Lau
t. Audrows Pahala, $3910; Liu
pahoehqo. $1384, V
w. DeFrles panaia, $404j ijuip.
lit IH TO III TRIED
H SflVS IliiV
Tho Leo Let bribery cases, which
Pahala has been on tho calendar of the Cir
cuit Court for over a year now, has
been turned over by Comity Attorney
Cnthcart to tho Attorney General's
department. Deputy Attorney Gen
eral Whitney stated this morning that i
tho matter would ho taken up at oneoj
und Lee L(iV nloimht to trial. i
About fourteen mouths have elapiedl
slnco Chief of Detectives Taylor re-L
ported that Leo U;t had olTered him n
ljrlbo for Jltojprlleu..ur 'Joining a
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
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