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offer for public use at lowest
prices. Care in management
and discretion in the selection
of roads make this' the favor
ite of all public conveyance.
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SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE OIGAR STORE.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
U C Dapper
looking men wear clothes that
have been made to their meas
lire, because that is the only
wny they can be assured of
perfect-fitting and stylish gar
ments. It Pays To Be Well
Dressed, especially when it
don't cost any more. We make
clothes to your measure at
A SWELL LIKE of Spring
Suit Lengths just arrived.
BUSINESS SUITS $20. up.
TUXEDO SUITS $30. up.
Geo. A. Martin,
Art Company, Ltd.
M. E. SILVA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kept any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
speak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 179:
Night Call, 1014.
Join the Harrison Mutual Association
now. Special Dispensation,
May and June.
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary
Capt. Goodwin's Guests
Captain Gcorgo W. Goodwin.
tcrtntnctl at dinner Krljny
last In tho private dlnlnr; room of tlio
Young hotel. Coders vara laid for
cloven. Tho guests Included Captain
and Mrs. Wndlinins, Mr. mid Mrs. Rol-
crt .Lowers, Jndgo and Mrs. Kings
bury, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wall, Mrs.
Kacklcy and Mr. Edward Duesenbcrg.
Tho place curds nud photographs of
tlio snip "Dingo" m tun saw. Mr.
Ernest Kadi's orchestra played during
dinner and tho perfectly scned din
ner was most enjojnblc.
The Ham dauco Is all tho rage, nnd
even hero tho girls are beginning to
get tho fovcr. Ton joars ago It was
a, most popular dnnco and oven In
Hngland and Canada was always In
cluded In tho evening's program. Tho
present Prlnco of Wales, when In
Quebec last with his ship, was a great
devoteo of tho fascinating dance, and
he used to trip It well with tho pretty
Canadians, He was very popular
when Prlnco Gcorgo, and Quebec will
never forget him. That he Is to be In
Canada again after all these years
will be most pleasant both for tho
Prlnco and tho Canadians.
Dr. and Mrs. Dorcmus Scuddcr have
as house guests Mr. and Mrs. Noblo,
who havo been making a tour of tho
world. Tuesday night they enter
tained In their honor nt a delightful
dinner. Tho gucstH Included Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Judgo nnd Mrn.
Kingsbury, Mr. and MrB. Lowroy. Af
ter dinner Mr. Noblo gave an Interest
ing sketch of their journey.
Honolulu Is having many opportun
ities of hearing good music and tho
coming of Miss Julia Klumpko will
not bo tho least of tho many Joys In
that direction. Sho Is highly spoken
of. Miss Klumpko will bo tho guest
of Mrs. A. I). Ingalls for a whllo and
tho Morning Music Club will havo her
assist at a recital In Juno.
General and Mrs. McClcllan sailed
for tho Coast in tho Manchuria. They
expect to depart for Nowport after
a visit in California. General and
Mrs. McClellan will bo greatly missed,
for thoy nro social favorites with ev
erybody. Mrs. Taylor, tho florist, Is keeping
up her reputation in giving excellent
valuo for her beautiful wares at most
icasonablo rates. A tourist from tho
.Mnnchurin bald, "Not oven In San
Francisco could roses, lilies or carna
tions be purchased moro reasonably."
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forstcr expect
to return to Japan In a few weeks, and
everybody Is Borry for they have been
very popular socially during their so
journ here. Tho Layards, who aro
also grcally liked, will return In July
Miss Kiln Wight Is stopping with her
grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilder,
at Walklki. Sho expects her sister
Leslie hero this summer and Mrs.
Laura Wight will return with her two
daughters to Europe In the autumn.
.Mrs. Robert Lango was tho hostesa
of n charming dinner on Wednesday
In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. fourteen,
who aro visiting In Honolulu, being
domiciled at tho Monnn, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Stanley and Mr. Hurd.
Miss Anna Danford Is ono of tho
fortunates to go to tho Coast thU
summer. Sho Is n popular and charm
ing girl and quite deserves her good
Major nnd Mrs. Dunning, of Fort
Shatter ontertalned nt dinner on Wed
nesday for Captain and MrH. Hoes.
and Judge nnd Mrs. Soldcn Kingsbury.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cllvo Davles gao a
beautiful dinner at Cralgsldo Inst
ovoiflng. Covers wcro laid for twelve.
Miss May Damon, who Is In llostou
under tho host specialists. Is veiy
1 much Improved In henlth.
I Mrs, Hinory of Hates sliced who
has been so ill, is rapidly reeocrlng
.her health and strength.
Mrs. Gardner Wilder lion taken a
cottago on Wilder nvenuc, where she
will spend Iho summer.
Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Murray arc at
tho von Holt cottago at Walklki fur
tho summer months.
Mr. Robert I.nngo salhd for the
Coast on Friday and expects to be
nway for six weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Dorcmus Scuddcr en
tertained nt n beautiful' dinner on
Mrs. Jos. Schwnrtz and two eld I
drcn sailed on the Manchuria, to ha
absent about six months.
Dr. Cofjer expects to spcid the sum
mer months at the Moann hotel.
Mr. 'and Mrs. H. Lewis will spend a
few weeks at the Peninsula.
Mrs. Mary Wlddiflotd 1 the guest
ofvMrs. 8. M. Damon.
Miss Anna Paris rcttirmd from Ko
na on Thursday.
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Morning worship, 11 a. in., sermon liy
the pastor, "Pleasing God." Kpworth
League, 6:30 p. m., topic for study
"God's Unseen Protection.' The ccn
Ing services, at 7:30, will o attended
by members of tho Grand Auny of the
Republic, nnd tho United Spanish War
Veterans In annual memorial. The
pnstor will preach, tho subject being,
"Tho Monument's Message." Miss
Rlcu will preside at tho piano, Mrs.
Flnley will rended n vocaKsulo In the
morning and Mr. Arthur) Wall will
sing during tho evening. All the ser
vices give promlso of Interest, and
that of tho evening, ono In which ev
ery citizen should bo glad to partic
ipate. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to tho public.
Romnn Cnthilic Cathedral Our
Lady of ,Pcnce Ofnnd 7 n. in., low
masses with hoiy'commimlon nnd Por
tuguese instruction; 9 a. m. low masn
with singing and Eugllsh sermon;
10:30, high mass with Native sermon;
2 p. m.. Rosary and Natho Instruction;
7 p. m., Portugucso sermon and bene
diction of tho HI. Sacrament. During
the services collection for tho Holy
Fnther, tho Popo Plus X. Thursday:
Ascension Day, Day of Obligation. Tho
services In the Cathedral aB on Sun
Central Union Church Morning
worship nt 11 o'clock; the minister
will preach, subject "Ood'u Hope
God's Inheritance" .Evening worship
at 7:30 o clock; sermon by tho mln
Ister, subject "In Prison." Choir,
Chorus and congregational singing;
choir anthem, "Ho shall como down
llko rain." Geluel'i trio, "Pralso Yo
the Lord." will be sung by Mrs. Mack
all, Messrs. C. O. and S. C. Livingston.
Christian Church 11 n. m., sermon,
subject, "The Quiet Hour."; 7:30 p.
m., sermon, Biibjcct "Christ's Work on
Knrth Among Men, Before tho Chrlk
tian Age." Al lare welcome.
Snlnt AugtiBtlne, on tho Reach, Wal
klki Sunday, 9 a. m., mass with sing
ing and English sermon: Thursday, 8
a. m mass and holy communion,
lielng a state onicl.it nnd authorized to
administer onths and certify documents,
I hereby certify Mint correspondency laid
before me Dili morning from an 12atern
city, Ktnten na follow! "A Dr. II. an
(Id practitioner In thin rlly, dan hud
llrlRht'H DlMenw- for years, In led ridden,
mid U simply waiting Mh time, lie han
taken tlirco bottles of Fulton's Itenal
Compound with more than ttie uau.il re
kuUb. Wednemlay, of Intii week, a broth,
or physician ralleil to nee him. Th
latter upon finding hu whs hetter, nuked
what li wan taking. I'r II replied,
"It In In the window." The lr.'a re-
Joinder wan, "And bo you arn Inking that
ntuff, too, nro you? I had a severe en.e
of Diabetes In n patient who left thin illv
nnd whom I expend to die. Venterday
I hud u litter from him mating that he
had taken Fulton's Comiwund and wan
Tho following report In mado by nnotli
er prominent pliyntclau in tho numu clt,
using Fulton's Compound on an nculo
cans of llrlKlit'n "ouhi In now on the
nctond bottle wdth nntonlnhlng renultn."
Witness ray hnnit nnd neat In nvhlenii
of tho genulneneen of thin t orrenpoudem e
nfflxed ut Oakland, Cal , thin December
(Seal.) T. O. I.ANDnHOAN,
No matter Vhether ou rail It kidney
trouble. Nenhrllla or llrlrtlit'i Disease. It
In n rami of Inflamed kbluiyn nud un the
old timo kidney meilliuun aro Kiunev ex
cltiuilN. it In clear why they ,nr futile
Fulton's Itennl Compound In tho flrnt mh -(ennfut
Itennl emollient thus reducing kld
cey Inll.immatlon which In now curable,
for the flrnt time, i:cn tho serious, sup
poncd Incurable forum jlcld.
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Write us for Testimonial Book, wherein is told how and why
the POPE-HARTFORD at $2750.00 is better value than any other
AUTOMOBILE in the world, irrespective of price, horse-power, or
number of cylinders.
PERFECT SCORE FIRST TO FINISH, L. I. A. C. CONTEST.
New York. Perfect Score In the 300-mlle endurance contest
of the Long Island Automobile t'lub. Twenty cars started, but tho
Pope-Hartford won tho chief glory for fast time, being the first
ear at'all controls and the flri-t to finish. Tho nvcrage time for
tho wholo trip with slow-downs in Ullages nnd on account of traf
fic, ocr .It miles an hour.
WINS OIANT'S DESPAIR HILL CLIMB.
Wllkcs-Ilarre, P.i. A l'opc-IIarlford won tho (limit's Deipalr .
Hill Climb for cars listing at $40011 and under In 2 in. & 4-Cs., de
feating 00 II. P. Thomas Klyer, ft) II. P. Oldsmoblle. 35 It. P.
Rambler, the 35 H. P. Pennsylvania nnd other high-powered
cars. The distance In this Climb was 0000 feet nnd the average
grade IS per cent.
PERFECT SCORE NEW YORK TO ALBANY.
Pope-Hartford mado n porfect score In tho Now York to Al
bany 200-mlla endurance run. Considering tho frightful condi
tions of the roads, tho 'numerous nud fatal mishaps to other enrs,
and the Inclemency of tho wcithcr, this record of the Popo-IIart-ford
Is one of the' must notable.
ALL HONORS TO POPE-HARTrORD AT PORTLAND, OREGON.
Portland, Oregon. In the first nnuual Hill Climb of tho Port
land, Oregon, Dealers' Association, all honors went to tho Pope
Hartford Car. There wcro 30 entries, ranging in price from 11,
000 to $8000. and In horse-power from 10 to 90. Tho second car
n CO II. P. machine was 20 bcconds behind.
POPE-HARTFORD WINS LOS ANGELES ECONOMY CUP.
Won tho Los Angeles L'conomy Cup, making 1C5 Miles on
SVa llallons of gnsollno. Opposed to the Pope-Hartford wcro near
ly all tho air-cooled cars. This car alto made n perfect score In tho
Lnkesldo Uudurance Contest.
A MOST NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT.
At Cleveland, Ohio. A Pope-Hnrtford won tho Stucky Mill
Cylinder Piston Displacement Hlll-cllmb. beating n Stearns, Dar
racq Vanderbllt Cup Racer, Ford "Six," and n Jackson.
WINS TRACK RACE AT DEL MONTE.
At Dei Monte, Col. A Pope-Hurt ford runabout defeated tho
Thomas 70 and Pierce 15 in a 10-mllo race. Tho Pope-Hartford
was nccr patsed.
HERE'S-WHAT HAPPENS TO FOREIGN CARS.
A Pope-Hartford won In "Cylinder Displacement Class" In the
N. Y. C. Kort George Hill Climb, making better time than a' CO
H. P. do Dlotrlch, 70-Ulanchl, u0-Slmplox, 60-Crawford, 35-Isottu-Frnnchini,
50-Matheson, 35-Peunsylvanla, KrankJIn, Cleiucnt-Bay-ard,
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