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HVEN1NQ BPLLBIlK, HQNOIflLtf, t. H., TUESDAY, MAY 20, 100
A Most Beautiful Array of
A grander collection we have never shown before. The immense va
riety will appeal to you. FIVE BIO WINDOWS foil of wash goods, be
sides the interior display. Exquisite colors, latest designs, an assort
ment that you would find hard to match for beauty or for value, at the
prices we name.
EMBROIDERED VOILE ' T" '"!"3?P
Washable, in white and champagne 25 a yi.
SOU DU MONDE
Soft, silky material, elegant designs and colors 30 k yd.
Fine and sheer matcrinl, entirely new designs, dainty colorings
25 a yd.
CHIFFON MULLS J
Sheer and washable, in silk designs ,. , 35 a yd.
New and pretty in beautiful colorings, champagne, lavender, reseda
ndgrey 35 a yd.
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In striped and figured plaids, entirely new very stylish 25$ a yd.
CROSS-BAR PRINTED DIMITY
In polka and ring dot designs, very pretty colors 25 a yd
NEW PRINTED BATISTE
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality 15 a yd.
White, brown, green, navy, and champagne ;, 20 a yd.
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Pretty and stylish, in white, pink, and champagne, at 60 a yd.
EMBROIDERED BATISTE ,
In large floral designs, all colon 35 a y
In large and small floral designs, splendid colorings. .25 and 30 yd.
New, fine, and sheer, in white ground and solid colors with figures
and dots v 20 a yd.
in plain and cross-bar effects, pretty floral designs, perfect coloring,
40 and 60 a yd.
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The Store with the
that Picture knock around without a Frame any longer.
In our big stock of over 1,000 new frames, with 300
different kinds, there is just the one that will set off your
picture to the best advantage. '
They are handsome frames, in French Gold, Green
Gold, Satin Finish, and Oxidized Silver, all personally se
lected in New York by the proprietor.
PRICES ARE FROM 30o TO $4.50.
ALL SIZES AND SHAPES.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
EDGEWORTH and IBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
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Shipping and Commission Merchant
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Money - Back Policy
During Hay and June, the mem
bership fee of the Harrison Mutual
Association has been reduced to $3,
for. adults and $1.50 for children.
7. H, TOWNSEND u . .Secretary
& Co., Bath, Maine
rarrott & (Jo., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire
BUT HE WAS SECOND IN RACE
JtUK NOMINATION FOR
M3WISTON, Me, May 14. The
Second District Ilepubllcan Convcn
tlon nt Low Is ton Tuesday nominated
for Congress tha Hon. John P. Swn
toy of Canton after the most spirited
convention In district nnnals. In a
convention seating 352 delegates Mr.
Swasoy received 212 votes. Hon.
Harol'i M. Bewail of Uath with 123
1U his nearest competitor. The re
maining 17 votes were cast for the
Hon. Ocorge 0. Wing of Auburn. On
the motion of Mr. Scwall, seconded
by Judge Wing's representative, the
nomination was mado unanimous.
Though spirited at all times and
marked by wild outbursts of enthu
siasm at the mention of favorite
cons, tho convention was at all times
good humored and In no speech was
a word spoken which the speakers
would now have unsaid.
Though tho convention kept siz
zling all the afternoon and every del
egate remained to hear tho result of
tho ballot, every man In touch with
tho situation Knew before the con
vention was called to order that It
was only a question of the size of
Tho Sownll men knew at noon that
ihelr cause was lost but they stood
to their colors lovully and cheered
nil tho aftornoon as though victory
waa In sight.
The. break-up of l'runklln Indicat
ed on tho night before enmo with the
dawning of convention dny and
ft hen the last Installment of Frank
lin delegates arrived at 11 o'clock
they found themselves without a
cundldato of their own. lllanchard's
following scattered like tho leave!
before an autumn brcczo and within
15 minutes after It was known that
ho was out of tho raco every Illanch
ard delegate was safe in either the
Sewnll or Swasoy corrals. Men who
have grown gray watching Franklin
politics 8a tho break was nearlv
oven that Kcuntl corralcd most oi
tho delegates In North I'ranklln,
wlille Swasey gathered In most oil
cm In southern Franklin.
Then came tho formal announce
ment that the Hon. Jesse M. Libbv
of Mechanic Falls was out of the
raco and was going to second the
nomination of Swnscy. "That added
so many votes to tho Oxford candi
date string and took away a few of
tho votes which had been counted
upon to prevent a cliolco on tho first
This left only Swndcy, Sowall ami
Wing In tho lists and with the know
ledge that hair, if not two-thirds, oi
Knox, would go to tho Oxford man
It needed no prophet or son of a
prophet to foresee, the nomination of
Swnscy on tho first ballot.
Ono o'clock found tho hnll al
ready well filled. Well down in
front was the great brnss mounted
banner of Swasey and around the
white badged delegates were the red
tagged supporters of Sewali. But It
was In the gallery that music and en
thusiasm burst forth In full fortis
simo, on tho left, rising In the
denso mass from tjio gallery railing
which was placarded with n great
bntrW bearing tho words "Swasoy
delegation" were tho men of Oxford
and high abovo tho rail on a pedestal
of icllow cheesecloth was a stufTed
Oxford bear. On tho opposite side of
tho hall, tho gallery rail was decor-
meu wuii mo uanncrs that were
carried In tho Sowall parade In the
center with Its guns trained on the
Oxford bear was tho modol of the gal
lant battleship Georgia. And the
men oohind tho guns woro tho loyal
sons of Sagadahoc, cheering lustily
for Ilath's, chosen son, tho Hon. Har
old M. Sewali,
Tho Humford Falls band was In
tho Swnsoy gallery and the Lowlston
Hrlgndo hand In tho Sownll callerv,
Thoy commenced their music prompt
ly at, 1 o'clock and kept It up un
ceasingly till tho convention was
1 l H
called to order. At times they got
so enthusiastic that they forgot the
musical courtesy of alternating and
both sets of wind-jammers were tear
ing It out In double time, making
such n pandemonium of sound ns
Lcwlston City Hall never heard be
fore. Tho Sowall band plajcd
"Marching Through Georgia" and
tho Swasey band answered with
"Hail to the Chief," letting up on
the chorus to let the Swaey men
jlng "Hall, Hall, the Gang's All
County Attorney Barnes and Cap
tain Jnnn W. Nash of Norway led
tho organized cheering for Swascj
md the Bath mtn had rattling good
cheer leaders to handlo the mega
phones on their Hide of tlio house,
Talk about tho big noise, Tuesday's
big nolso in Lcwlston was tho big
gest that ever happened In a Maine
Congressional convention and It could
jlve tho great Bangor convention ol
four veers ago a hot run for the
money. The gallery opco to the pub
lic was filled long beforo the conven
tion was called to order, (.very Inch
of standing room In the rr.ir of the
hall had been pro-empted ami the
itage was filled with gentlemen and
ladles who enjoyed tho privilege of
being specially favored with ,i card
of admission from tho candidates and
At 1:30 Mr. Bewail entered tho
"iall, passing down to the left front
jmld frantic cheering from his fol
lowers, and n terrlflo counter demon
itratlon from tho Svvaso) gallery.
.Vlth him was tho Hon. V. . Hyde,
it one tlmo his opponent and aftcr
.vards one of his hardest working
It was Just 2 o'clock when the
.halrman concluded and after uu eb
ullition from tho Sewnll forces, com-
ulttee on credentials reported all
Jelegates presented. After riccss for
:holce of vlco president, tr, the con
tention went to work again and at
1:15 Judge S. J. Togg of ll.itli placid
n nomination Hon. Haloid M se
ill of Bath.
At 5:20 the vote for Congressional
lomlnco was announced as follow h:
Total . . arJ
When tho cheers for Swnsej hai?
ubsldcd Mr. Scwall took I tic stage
tnd In manful and eloquent words
icknowlcdgcd his disappointment,
laid his successful rival lilgh c,om
illmonts nnd nssurcd the (onvcntlnn
hnt his friends would accord to
Jwnscy tho Bamo loyal support which
hey would have accorded him hud
)o been successful In the contest. He
hen mado tho fcrmil motion to
nnke Mr. Swnsey's nomination unan
mous, a motion which was seconded
y Irving L. Menlll speaking for
COFFEE M OPENED
Tho reading anl cotton loom, to
)o opened tonight at S o'clock by the
Salvation Army is the result of a
;ood deal of serious thought on the
art of Stnff Copt. Bradley, chlof of
lcer for the Army work on theso Isl
inds. Tho success of the reidlng room
n Fort and Merchant street corner.
.hrown open for tho uso of the bois
f the Navy during tho visit of tho
'Big Four" last summer and tho
:rowds of soldiers and sailors con
itantly In Honolulu, with few
places to rest or loimgo In except
mloons or other undesirable resorts,
forced tho conviction of tho ncccs
ilty of such a placo upon him,
Tho placo secured Is ono of S. M.
Damon's flno stores. No 814, Yco
3hln block, and clost to tho water
front. It consists of a commodious
.ooni upstnirs, as well us a flno room
ind kitchen on tho ground floor.
Tho dowiistulrs room Is to bo do
voted to rest, rending and coffco
room, and cleaned, painted nnd no.it
ly finished ns It Is, looks cool and
pleasant and good enough for any
tired man nnd perhaps, most of all,
to tho sailor who seldom gets ashoro.
Tho upstairs Is provided wlthJ
icrccned windows nnd clem, white
pillowed and whlto-sliceted beds nnd
i good bathroom with tub and show
er has also been put In.
A. h. C. Atkinson will prcsldo this
evening, while other pioinlnent per
ions will tnko part In the sorvlco.
THE PANTRY BOAT.
Tho Manna Loa enmo In this morn
ing, londod with food Hindu ns usual.
Besides a trnnrl nnuwnnppr Hut ulm
brought 8512 bags sugir. 199 bags cof
fee, 5 bags taro, 11 bags aw a, 3 bags
glllgcr. 1 L'rnfn mnrliliiprv. Ill li irrnla
pea(H, 7 cascH pears, .' binds dried
nBli, 7 cases dried (li.li, 1 uihoh eggs,
13 kcL'H Iniltnr 1 nisi! lull (or- Ml
huncllOH linriflmiti :t Imiiil r.illtn ill
head calves, 2ti hogs, 3 hortis, 1 don
koy, 1 mulo.
House and lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
PRICE ? 900.00.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, ... 74 S. KING SI.
ia',r Vrifti.nM i"
AND A WOMAN'S WORK
' Nature nnd n woman's vrork com
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remedy for woman's ilia that tho
world nas over known.
In tho good old-faihioncd dayi of
our granumotiiors tncy roiieu upon
tho roots and herbs of tho field to
euro disease and mitlgato sutTcring.
Tho Indiana on our Western
Plains to-dny can produce roots anil
herba for every ailment, nnd euro
diseases that baffle- tho most skilled
physicians who havo spent years in
the study of drugs.
From tho root nnrl hnrha of tlin
field Lydia E. I'mkham moro tlian
thirty years ago gav.o to tuo women
of tho world a remedy for their pe
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Lydia E. rinkliam'a Vegetable
Compound is now recogniied as tho
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Mrs. Bertha Muff, of 615 N.C. Ht,
Louisiana, Bio , w rites :
"Complete restoration to health
means to much to me that for tho take
of other suffering women I am willing
to make my troubles nubile.
"For twelve j cars 1 had been suffer
ing with tho worst form of female Ills.
During that tlmo I had clcren different
Phvsicians without heln. .No tontrua
can tell what I sufTered, and at times I
could hardly walk. About two vcars
ago l wrote Mrs. nnkliam (or advice.
I followed It, and can truly say that
Ljdla K. PinUhnm's Vcgctablo Com
pound and Mrs. IMnkham's advice re
stored health and strength. It Is
worth mountains of gold to suffering
What Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcge
table Comiwund did for Mrs. Mufi,
It will do for othor buffering women.
serve the first
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Write us for Testimonial Book, wherein is told how and why
the POPE-HARTrORD at $2750.00 is better value than any other
AUTOMOBILE in the world, irrespective of price, horsc-powtr, or
number of cylinders.
PERFECT SCORE FIRST TO FINISH, L. I. A. C. CONTEST.
New York. Perfect Score In the 300-mllc endurance conteit
of tho Long Island Automobile Club Twenty cars started, but the
I'opo-llnrtford won tho chief glor for fast time being tho first
car at all controls and the nrst to finish Tho average time for
the whole trip with slow-downs In vlllagos and on account of traf
fic, over .11 mllos nn hour,
WINS GIANT'S DESPAIR HILL CLIMB.
Wllkcs-llarrc, P.i A I'opc-Hnrtford won the Giant's Despilr
Hill Climb for cars listing at J1000 and undor In 2 m. 6 4-5s, de
feating 60 If. ! Thomas rijer, 40 H. I Oldsrnobilc, 35 II P.
Rambler, the 35 II l Pennsylvania and other high-powered
cars. The illftanco In this Climb was C000 feet and thu average
grade 18 per cent.
PERFECT SCORE NEW YORK TO ALBANY.
Pope-llnrtford mado n porfect sioro In tho New York to Al
bany 200-mllc cndurnnco run Considering tho frightful condi
tions of the roads, tho numerous and fatal mishaps to other cars,
nnd tho inclemency of the weilhcr, this record of the Pope-Hartford
Is ono of tho most notable
ALL HONORS TO POPE-HARTFORD AT PORTLAND, OREGON.
Portland, Oregon In the first nnuuil 1 1 111 Climb of tho Port
land, Oregon, Dealers' Association, all honors went to thu' l'ope
Ilartford Car. There were iO entries, ranging In price from 11.
000 to $8000. and in horso-power from 10 to 30. Tho sinond car
a CO II. P. machine was 20 seconds behind.
P0PE-HARTF0RD WINS LOS ANGELES ECONOMY CUP. ,
Won the Los Angclus L'conomy Cup, making 1C5 Miles on
8i Callous of gasoline Opposed to tho Pope-IIurtford wcro near
ly all the air-coaled tars. This enr also made n perfect score in the
Lakeside Knduranco Contest.
A MOST NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT.
At Cleveland, Ohio. A Pope-Hartford won tho Stucky Hill
Cylinder Piston Displacement Illll-climb, beating a Stearns, Dar
racq Vnndcrbllt Cup Haccr, l'ord "Six," nnd n Jackson.
WINS TRACK RACE AT DEL MONTE.
At Del Monte, Cal A Pope-Hartford runabout defeated the
Thomas 70 and Pierce 45 in a 10-mlle race. The Popo-Hartford
was never passed.
HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS TO FOREIGN CARS.
A Popo-Hartford won In "Cillndor Displacement Clnss" In tho
N. Y. C. rjort George Hill Climb, making bettor tlmo than a CO
II. V. do Dietrich, 70-Hlanchl, CO-Slmplex, 50-Crnwford, 35-lBOtta-Kranchlnl,
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