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EVENING BUM.nTIN. HONOLULU, T. H., WKDN'KSUAY, APR. S, 1908.
MOTOR GAR WEDDING
" OF KOHALA GIRL
FOR MAUI PROGRESS
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Wc have ju3t opened the s.vcllcst and most beau
tiful line of
WE HAVE EVER SHOWN. u
Elegant Princess Models
Made of soft mulls and fine organdies trimmed
with double-thread Valenciennes lace, or fine embroid
ery. Some hand-embroidcrcdj the most stylish gowns
of the season.
. THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN.
Long Silk Gloves
in White, Black, and colors, double tips, extra heavy
sill: 1.75 A PAIR
Glace Kid Gloves
elbow length, every glove guaranteed, in Black, White,
Brown, and Tans $3.50 A PAIR
Suede Kid Gloves
in Black and White, elbow length; a guaranteed glove,
at $2.50 A PAIR
Hoadyto Wear Veils
AT PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHIFFON VEILING, hemstitched border, in Light
Blue, Pink, Navy, Brown, and Grey. . .35: A YD.
Chiffon Auto Veils
3 yards long, Light Blue, Pink, Brown, Navy, and
Grey, at 1.50 EACH
N- S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
THE STORE WITH THE MOHEY-BACK POLICY.
UfT WWJM HM WKW-IK
The Gas Light
The Electric Light
These are the steps in the development of the lamp,
and a marvelous growth, it is. Are you using the latest
and best light, ELECTRICITY? If not, consult without
lawaifan Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKfcA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Com mission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. C-SilmraiXL, - Agent
LO I lJI.i Delivered
1 1 . Coyne Furiritnr e Co.
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HOLLY WOOD PRINT PICTURES Hj rv
Just Arrived. u
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
SALOON is rieht close to the theater,
where you can get the iiest ot tvery
thing to drink.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERll, PAPER HANGERS and.
MASON WORKERS. '
Second Hand Lumber, Doors nnd
,, flashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUN.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Mies LalnQ's Mnrrlafle in New Zea
land Set New Style for So
ciety of the South.
A unique wedilhiK took place In
Clirlstcliurcli, Now Zealand, on VvU
rnary 22nd. when MIbs Alice Ailalr
Lnliin of Ktiliala, Hawaii, mid Mr.
Itnlph 1). Ilayvvnnl of Yonkorn, New
York, were JoIiipiI In the lioly bonds
Tho lirl.Ic, whoso rosldonro for tho
i.iHt few yvaiB has been 111 Koliala,
wau once a pupil at Onhu CoIIcko, and
laHt SoptfinbiT alio left Hpwnll nel
with her mother for Muorllaml. whoro
Mr. llnywnrd linB bcra In hualneaa
with tho firm of Doxtvr & Crazier,
automobile1 Importers lor over a yunr.
Mr. llnywnrd hnti n number ul frlrnils
In Honolulu, iia ho resided hero for
Motor car weddings aro much In
voriio In the States at pieseut, but
this one was tho first known In Now
Zealand. Five enormous tourliiK curs
decked with white otreniners carried
the hrliliil party, and most liitliuntc
HlPiids to tho llnptlst cliuicli, where
Mr Cray pronounced them husband
Mr. Crozler, whose brothers lire well
known In theso Islunds, nave the
bride nwiiy. Shu looked very Klrllsli
In a simple white silk sown, ami a
plctuio lint trimmed with whlto out
I leh feathers and a white bell veil
which gracefully dropped down to her
waist. Tho brldo carried a bouquet of
whlto lilies and roses, and innldcii
lialr fern. Miss I.lly l'liliner, the
miild-of-honor, carried a bouquet of
pink asters and maidenhair feiu.
Mr, Andrew lluuht-M neteil an best
On leavliiK (he rliurcli, the friends
of tho couplo and tho people who had
Bat lured to witness (lie eight lind
lined up outside of the church, nnd
show ei ed them with the usual rice,
etc. Tho wedding caused quite n sen
sation in Clirlstcliurcli, uspeclully
when the chauffeurs tooted their ie
xpectho horns through the main
street A breakfast wns prepared nt
tho Hotel Clarendon for tho purty.
The table was 'decorated with nilnla
line automobiles ajiil greens. Tho
happy couplo whlrleil awny In a motor
car for a tv.'o-weokB' trip.
.lie Hatches, n Swiss who had beta
released from the Oahu prlton on pa
role to work for II. K. Hcndrlck ot
tlio Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monu
ment Co., this morning Kicked up a
bis low, first In tho store whoio he
was employed and later on in tho
street, near tho comer of King. Hcn
drlck says that the man had been
noting queerly, being "pupulo" at
times, and last ovcnlng he had ono
of his tnntiiims. This morning 'ho
was acting In the sanio manner, and
Hcndrlck told him that In ciibo lie
did not behave ho would send lilm
back to tho Jail. This enraged tho
man and ho raised such a disturb
ance that Hcndrlck sent for tho po
llco and to the prison, asking that
men be sent to take him in charge.
The police did not arrive, but two
guards, L)las and I Iain, wcro tent
from tho Jail. They found Batches
on tho street, but ho put up n frantic
light, during which ho was thrown to
the ground Tho gunids twisted his
urms, and It was tho general Impres
sion of thoso who kaw tho affair that
they used a great deal more force
than tho occasion wan anted, as they
wcro big enough to take earo of him
without resorting to such tuctlcs.
Hatches was taken back to tli3
Jail, whole ho will sorvo out tho re
mainder of his term on a tentenco for
The Hongkong Marti will nrrlvo
on the 10th with a largo shipment of
Taiwan plntB, Tnns.in "Split" and
Tnnsan ginger ale. This will ho wel
come news to the expectant public.
Fortunately, there la enough Tanban
m hand to prevent any shortage,
Tho Pepeeken Smtnr Co. has de
clared a dividend of one per cunt n
month beglnnliv,' April HI. Thls-ccui
corn n fow month', ago discontinued
paing a dividend anil tho change for
tho better will bo a welcome onu tu
jEKP'Tor Rent" carai on tale at
Ihe RulltMn nftic.
P. E. R. Strauch
FQR SALE 4G0 acres of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,'
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way tics ready for marketing. Price
$12.60 per acre, Splendid Upportu
nity for Investment.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST,
Hear From Carnegie On County Lib
raryStreet Widening Mat
ters and l.io Trail.
(Special to the Illillotln)
Wullnku, Mnul. April t. Tho Wnl
lukti Improvement Association met nt
Vnlluku Cotut House Thursday even
ing for the transaction of Its monlhlt
business. Vice I'rccldent Kcola pre
hided la the abxeiice of Chairman I).
Secretary WIIpiix presented a ell
culnr from ,1ns. l'.ertiani, pilvuto sec
rotary of the Carnegie I.lbinry Fund
showing the right cour&e to ncqulre
an uppioprlntlon for a county llbinrv
The circular wns referred to Messrs.
B. II. Case and Itevs. Win. Ault am'
It. U. Dodge, library committee, to
formulate suitable answers to required
II. M. Coke, for the High street side
walk commlltie, reported Hint the
nuisance complained of has been ic
moved. Mr. McKnv brought up the
Vineyard strei-t widening matter, and
only wished thrt Supervisor S. K.
Kulue, who Is blocking public Improve
ment In this town with his apathetic
tactics, were lires nt when two bucks
collided the other evening nnd both
hacks were landed In the ditch alone.
that tliorouguraie A horso trail to
the table land of Inn was suggested
and generally nppioed;-lnck of fundi.
will be the oirlv cause for delay.
Mr. Wadsworth, who Intended to
protest nt the meeting of the disrep
utable condition of tho public road
under tho plantation Sltimo near the
mill, was unable to arrlvo In time, but
ho cooled lilnipf off tho following
morning by leferrlng to condition of
said load lu true Hob Wilcox stjle.
1 II JILL
The following i mrt for tho past
two months luu- ii.-t-n nindo by the
tiianagcr of the . sclated Charities.
During the pat two months, ninny
single men have applied for relief -
homo were sailor Horn the licllpso,
requiring clothlim. which we were
uhlo to supply, and miiiw were Htrnng
era, escaping from tho hard times at
tho CoaBt, only to llnd that It wan
lust na dllllculi to procure employ
ment hero. The majority appealed to
bo men honestl sc eking employmeiu,
but il few looked as If nothing would
Induce them to woik. All the man
ager could do In the way ofirellef was
to provide a few meal tickets, and
direct thelii to where employment
might possibly lie obtained.
Part transpoHnttoii was punlded
for a family going to Vancouver, ns
well as assistance In the way of warm
A wlilow, with a family of juuns
children, tins been assisted In a way
to make it unnecessary fur her to up
ply for further relief.
Two men hno been sent to Ilia
A number of now families hae ap
plied for relief, Including Spanish
I'ortuguoKe. Porto' Itlcnn and Hawaii
an. Tor two of these employment
wns piocurcd; some required only
tomporary nsilstnuce, wlillo otherb
will have to bo cared for Indefinitely.
Tho manager would be greatly as
sisted In her endeavor to provide for
destitute women, If Indies icqiilrliig
drawn work, embroidery, lace or sow
ing done, would apply to her. Several
women now on our relief list do most
excellent work In theso linen, mid aro
euger to be etuplnjed.
Thanks are duo to the following poi-
sons for clothing: Mrs. J. I). Dowiett
Dr. Ilodgers, Mrs. J. N. S. Wllllnms.
Mrs. II. Hitchcock, Mrs. on Valken
burg. Mrs O. C. Swnlu, Mrs. I.nrseu,
Mrs. 13. I. Spalding, .Mr. von Valken
burg, Mrs. .1. M. WhltneJ. Mis. V..
I.yle, Mrs. Launch, Mrs. It. M. I sen
berg, Mrs. C. J. Campbell and Mrs. C.
In tho two months there have been
thirty-four new applications, and rpv.
cuty-clght recurrent cnlls, .152 calls
nt tho olllce, and tho manager has
mndo flfly-tvvo visits. Ponds disbursed:
I'or Stranger's Friend Society. 97.fin
For American Hcllef Society.. M.25
For Catholic Ladles Aid Society 51.00
For Catholic Hen. Union .... 10.00
For Associated Charities CO 03
For Special Work 1T.:'5
A. C. J.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record April 7, 1903,
Alexander K Nawaht and vvf to Km-
inn A Nawahl D
tntonln I'erry to Julia II Macy ..Itel
Julia II Mac.v and lisli to Ducky
Hunt et nl D
Lam Wo Sing and wf to Hunk of
Hawaii Ltd M
Ficdorlck II Htiyseldeu to ll.itlisho-
ba M Allen M
Entered for Record April B, 1303,
David Kawanunakoa to Samuel Par
Manuel du Quadras to Pang Tuck.. I.
Kst of Samuel M Pedro by Admr to
Tom Pedro 1)
Tom Pedro to Allco V Kinney . ...M
Wilder & Co. Ltd to J 8 Ilnlley ..Hoi
Cecil llrowu Tr to Joseph Fernan
Heilln, Mnich 29. Tho elaborate
piopaiatlons mado for tho stay ot the
Kinperor at Corfu lmvo given rlso to
a report that tho Kinperor Is seriously
Ihientoned wllh a recurrence of the
throat trouble which was tho cause of
Ills last Journey to tho Medlterianean.
Oesplto repeated denlnla, It Is persist
oiitly muliitalued by persons In loach
Willi Ilio Kmpeior that (leriiian's
present ruler Is nITIIdtcd with the he
icilltary taint of tho lloheiuollern
"Your duty Is to poison rats," says tho
Clthtcns' Health Committee, "and in this
way prevent the oprced of tho dreaded bu
This warning of danger from thaplaguo
epiucmic mu impress every citizen witn
the Imperative necessity ol destroying tho
rats that Infest our city and ore a menace
to our very Hie.
The moat reliable poison and one that Is
recommended by national and local au
thorities is Stearna' Electric Paste, which
drives rats out cf the house to die.
Wherever uocd It kills of I the rats, usually
in a single night It is absolutely guaran
teed to exterminate them or the money will
Protect your home and your city with
Stearns' Electric Paste. "
2 oi. boj 2.tc I6oi.bo$l.00.
SM by DruegM. and Genera) Store, every
where or tent direct prepaid on receipt of price.
STUMS' tltCIILC KITE CO., lulllU, . T II. S. (.
SITTING AT WAILUKU
Contractor Waldeyer "and Walluku
Sugar Co. Will Settle Their
(Special to tho Htillotln)
Walluku, Mnul, April I The Aibl
(ration Court sitting at Walluku Court
House to hear tho case of Carl Wald
(er, tunnel contractor, vs. Walluku
Sugar Company, will conclude lis lab
ors this morning. Tho urbltuitoru are
W. F. Pogue, representing Wnldegei ,
(1. It. Gait of Honolulu, tho Walluku
Sugar Company, mid L. Uarkhauseii,
manager of Plunecr Mill, Lahalna, the
third member chosen by tho other
two. A. (1. M. Itobeitsoii nnd I). II.
Caso are leprcvcntliig Wnldeycr while
W. A. Kinney is defending the Wal
luku Sugar Company. This Is n suit
by Waldeyer against the plantation
for damages In the sum of $11,000 for
not canylng out the terms of the
contract. Mr. Waldeyer's chief com
plaint being section -I of tho contract,
which Is as follows: "1st, That tho
Walluku plantation tins failed to fm
nlsh track equipment consisting of
"T" rnllB, anil secondly, that it hnr
failed lo deliver at tunnels upon the
written leqttlsltlon therefore with rea
houablo diligence and speed free of
chargu all provisions and supplies,
lumber, machinery, etc." Tho two
partlcB have agreed to abide by the
decision of the Court of Arbitration
Mr. Kenrns acted ns stenographer In
Tonight's tho night nt tho Orp'iotim.
For the first time, the Lilliputians are
to appear in vaudeville, and their nd
mliers are so certain of a variety
(lent that nianj of them have bought
tickets for both evenings.
All the clever mummery, tho fas
cinating dances, sweet singing, nnd
masterly buffoonery, in which these
"Kiddles" excel, will be called Into
play, and the public Is pionilecd a
good laugh and an entertaining even
ing. Tonight mid toniorinw night, these
marvelous little actors will disport
themselves in their most eugaglng
vva. purely for jour benefit. The
vaudeville shows nre to be put on b
way of giving you a little variety, and
not by re'abon of any abbreviation In
their repertoire. And, If they do not
ptovo better than ever In this clast
jf theatrical entertainment, the wise
ones have all missed their guess.
Desplto tho rainy weather there
wns a very largo attendance nt tin
April meeting ot tho Womun's Hoard
nt Central Fnlon Church yesterday
afternoon. Mrs. Scuddcr presided
and read a letter from Mrs. Dolnporto
written from Pleasant Island. A let
ter leeolved from Emily C. Whcclcr
of Huston was read by Mrs. Coan.
Mrs. Soares reported tho work of
tho Portugucso department. .Young
hoys and girls fiom the primary de
partment wcro present nnd recited
Scilpturo verses. "
A paper on tho "Work of tho Pro
testant Denominations In the Philip
pines," prepaid! by Mis. Forbes, was
read by Mrs. F. C. Atherton and ono
on tho History and Physical Condi
tlons of tho Phillpplno Islands was
presented by Mrs. II. K Hcndrlck.
Mrs. Ikydc, who has been revisiting
thu Islunds, will make an addiess at
the May meeting. Sho will Icavo for
her home In Massachusetts shortly
(leorgo P. Knnpp, In chnrgo of the
orphnmigo ut l!nrioot write Interest
ing novvs to Mrs. Coan.
PRINCE OF WALES COMINQ.
London, March 21. Tho Pilnco oi
Wales will cioss tho Atlantic till"
summer when ho goes to Canada to
the tercentenary celebration at Que
In e In ouo of tho larger Hrltlsh cruls
ers, and this vestul will be ace .in pa
nlril by another cruiser ns an escort
Tho llrlllsli Atlantic licet will cros
idiend of tho crulsois to be pn'seiit
and welcome ilm Pi luce on his arrival
Honolulu has well gained the repu
tatlon of bolng a clean city. The only
way we can maintain camo Is by keep
Ing at work.
Two of the Handsomest and Most Reliable Little Runabouts
just arrived ex Alameda.
Come and see them.
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Every detail of its cr-nstruction is under the personal
supervision of experts. Every ounce of material in its
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That's why wc can say. and do sav. that it (rives the
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THOS. A. EDSSON
the foremost inventor of the age, rendered his best service to
the musical world when he gave it the EDISON PHONOG-RAPH
(New Model). This machiue'is superior in every point to any
other phonograph, and yet ccsts less, nnd the records are cheaper.
Call nnd hear it at the
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