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EVENING DUU,ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY. JUNE D, 1008
WE ARE DETERMINED to make June a record month,
and have begun it by featuring specials that arc
bound to be attractive.
Note the prices and values that are given below,
and stop at our big store to see the displays.
Yard wide, all colors, 20c quality, Special 12 yd.
White Xhamois Gloves
Washable, 2 clasps, $1.35 quality, Special $1.00 pair.
Printed Dotted Dress Swiss
In checks and pretty floral designs, very sheer and
fine; 20c quality, Special 12g? a yd.
Guaranteed waterproof, black, navy, tan, and oxford,
52 inches wide; $2.50 quality, special $1.00 a yd.
New Dressing Sacques
Just right for the hot weather.
At 75 Made of fine lawn, trimmed with light blue
At 91.00 Made of fine white lawn, kimono style,
with hemstitched ruffling:
At $1.50 Made of fine India Linon. fine tucks and
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
is the triumph of the season. It is the smartest creation in
the world s fashion centers. MIRAGE is substantial and
fine, soft and lustrous. We are showing it in navy, tan,
brown, delf blue, and silver. It is 23 inches wide.
PRICE, 91.50 A YARD.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
TO COL. JOHNSON
Compliment Pasted to Retiring Of.
fleer Hlah Praise Offered for
Col. J. W. Jones.
A Boon To Photographers
Amateurs who have trouble in getting the best results
from Tray Development of their PREMO Film Pack Films
will find that the '
PREMO TANK DEVELOPER
will give the best results with the minimum of time and
It's easier, surer, and quicker than the old way. You
can develop 12 films at once, in daylight.
We have every convenience for photographers.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
TI10 farewell banquet tcndoied to
Col. Sam Johnson at tho Pacific CI11I1
last ovmlng una marked ly moat fe
licitous rcrmrkH for the leaders of the
NatlOlllll flimril nf llm Tnrrllr... r,
Johnson was honored with many com
pliments and tho members of the
uuaru as well ns Major Dunnln&, In
command of the rcKtilnr army troops
at Fort Shaftcr, paid an especial trlb
uto to tho good woik of Col. Jones.
Lieutenant Colonel Campbell In re
JilSliiK to tho toast of "Tho President
of tho United Stntes." spolto of the
various Presidents from Washington's
time to tho picscnt, closing his re
marks with a high trlbuto to tho many
qualities of President Itooscvelt.
Major Dunning In reply to tho toast
"Tho Army," outlined In a brief and
pointed mnnncr tho study and hard
work icqulred of the nrm officer nnd
tho statn of nipn.irrttiinfcu tt tlw. nt......
.-.-.-... -. .. ti v ti.u ...111,
Ito respond io any call inadu upon It,
caning attention to the necessity of
hating n strong and ufllclcnt National
Guard to assist thn remilnr nnrvlpn in
making a strong first lino of defenso
in camj or war.
Major Dunning said: I consider
this an amirnnrlntn tlmn In onv.on.,,,.
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thing of Interest to tho officers of tho
uuarn. nio worn or Colonel Jones Is
well known to and ho hag been ob
sened liv snmn nt llm Mtriw at nm..-..
of tho United Stntes Army and ho Is
cry wen motigiit or. Their opinion
Is best expressed In tho statement of
General McArtbnr In inn uMM. t m
try to repeat the way ho Bald It. H
sain: uoionol Jones Is n most excel
lent and callable nienr nml In llm
otent of war ought to bo gUen com-
inarm or n volunteer Ilcgimcut.
Lieutenant Colonel Cooper mado n
few nmironrlutn rcni.nrkn mi tim mil..
Jcct "Tho nucst of tho Eenlng." re
ferring to tho energy displaced by
Col. Johnson In his work In tho Na
tional (liinril and In tho nrlous mat
tors of i fo thatjio was called
unon to iierfnrm. rnlm ihni 1m hn.i
otldcntly set bis mnrk high In order to
unto accomplished so much.
Colonel Johnson In rcsponso said
tbnt tho lles of men worn ninrkml tiv
otcnts In thrno lltcs, nnd that ho
looked upon this dinner ns an otcnt
In his llfo to which ho should always
look back with a great deal of feeling.
Colonel Jones In responding to tho
toast "Tho Nntional Guard," spoko of
tho necessltv nf nlnnlntlni- llm rncnln.
son Ice In order to npproxlmnto tho re-
qiurcmeiuR 01 mo War Department,
mid tho necessity for careful prepara
tion In ndmlnlstrnlloii. riluclnllim nn,i
drill In order thnt tho Guard might bo
nauy io 00 us part wnen called upon.
Captain Simpson, tho chaplain,
spoko ory feelingly to tho toast "Tho
Lieutenant Colonel Short and Cap
tain M. M. Johnson both npoke to the
toast 'Tho Coininlusnn-." Pnmnin
Johnson winding up his remarks by
1'iuiiuoiiiK inu iijusi 10 -mo omccr
whom wo ofneern nil Vtiniv hno ilnnn
moro to bring tho National Guard lo
Its present condition of efficiency, and
who hns dono moro for tho Guard than
any other officer, who has worked day
and night, joar In and year out for
tho betterment of tlin flnni-il rviinnni
Colonel Jonnn In 1-PHnnnen nl.1 ll.nl
111 no nan worked Hard ror tho Guard
I his labors had been lightened many
Mimes by willing helpers among tho
, officers, that It took hard work to ac
complish an thing In this llfo and tho
(juicers couiu well pront by the ex
ample of Colonel Johnson In his hard
work for tho guard.
Lieutenant Colonel Zteglcr In re
BDnndlnir to thn Innnt "rtmtnli..An....
of 1895." recalled many Incidents
, which has their humorous side, and
closed by stating that both ho and
, Lieutenant Colonel Coyne In those
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
. THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., ITD.
For Sale ,
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer, Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. ... 74 S. KING ST.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
AGENT FOR ,
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire. Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
days had carried tho keys of Central
Union Church In their pockets for six
months, for which he hoped credit
would bo given In the horeaftcr.
Tho list of thoso present Is Drlg
ndler General Soper, Major Dunning.
Adjutant General Jones, Llcutennul
Colonel Marston Campbell, Lieutenant
Colonel Flnhor, Lieutenant Colonel
Zleglcr. Lieutenant Colonel Cooper,
Major Hlley. Major Moore. Lieutenant
Colonel 8hort, Lieutenant Colonel
Cojnc, paptaln Nccly, Captain M. M.
Johnson, Captain Coster, Captain Cum
mins, Captain Aiikiii. Captain Slum.
son. Captain Smithies, Cnptnlu Wl
nant, Lieutenant Dohcrty, Lieutenant
Kane, Lieutenant O'Sullltnn, Llcutcn
ant Kckununo, Llcutcntnt Knkalla,
Lieutenant AI1I11, I.lcutin.iut Knlllmal,
Lieutenant Whitehead and Lieutenant
, (Kansas City Dillj Journal )
It would intonlKh thn public to know
tlm numtr, , hirnctor iiihI pmmlnciiee ot
th prorlo who an- ircjitrliiB from
UrlKhl's Dlseiuo nnd Ti t"t(.s in this city.
To UKCtrtnln ir prrin uirnt rfllcf Ima
iK-cn crfteil by the nm trfntnifnt, im
moat alt of the local rin lh.it Im. iw. ..
trmttd hrc arc uf ciunpirathciy rrccnl
date, the follcmlriK win, u, i..,u Cull
Inrnli, hcrp tho new illtirrlle luui l,ccn
111 nam iui ihibi yrar itr twn
Kansas City. Jim IS, 1!0G.
ft. A. CnOTHKHH. I'roprtUur llullrtln.
Hnn KninclKco. Cal
Hccral promlnrnt rlllions of Kansas
City nporl wnmlrrrul p'onirku from
IlrlKht's Dlsrnnc and DlahiKu l, mm nr
Pulton's CbmrHiunil. Kindly nihlmi us ir
nuccvnniui nnu rninni nt rrnultn h ivo
Inen nccompllthpd In jour cll
T1IK JOUItN.M. I'OMPANV.
In rrply tlit" follow Ihk ln- was ri-cchcd
from tho Hu'nliiK Hull. tin
Han Kninclnco Jan 1C, 1D0C.
KANSAS CITV JOUlt.VAU
Permnnrnt rrsulls lure Know n doc
tor who ncknon IoiIkcs nhnolulo ncoir'
from Diabetes, ilany nmla nllc cures of
IlrlKht's. It A. CUUTIIIIIIH.
TIicbo dlenes were coiifl.lrul fatal.
It Is e blent thnt not nlono relief but 11
lierninnent cure of hoth ihewi drendctl
complalnti can now lio inYctcil.
Kansas City Dally Journal
If liny one ImMne knnnldlse of n case
of IlrlKht's Dlsenie or DUIntes will send
111 the name nnd niMn mi- uiil n. 11,11
they nro sent full detalla of this Import-
1111 umuiiij, ,, ,- urm lur inn ireaiimiit
und han It In slock. HONOLULU DIUJO
CO. Port Btrect. i jr.
QO AND SEE THE
MAN OF THE HOUR.
Tonight is set for tho first presenta
tion of tho "Man of the Hour" In Ho
nolulu. A dress reheat sal was had
last night and overfilling was as sat
isfactory "as If tho numbers of tho
company were tho very people them
selves. Tho sovcral parts were nil
well taken, tho costuming was tho
Bamo ns In the original cast and tho
stngo effects good. Mr Murphy was
casv uf tho "Boss," and with Mnjor
Potter ns Pticlan thero vns nothing
loft to tho Imagination. Tho ladles
In the case were tusy nnd It was not
difficult for those In tho audience to
Imagine them taken from life. Thtro
Is no question about the mtccess ol
tho performance tunlghf, nu ever one
Is up on over thing connected wllh
(ho production v
Tho Opera House should bo full to
night became, of the play and because
It Is 'an opportunity to help tho ucht
fund. Tho money Is needed and thero
nro hundreds heie In Honolulu who
liavo not dono their Bliaro toward
bringing tho Territory to tho front In
sports. Tickets nro CO, 75 and 0110
dollar nt Wall, Nichols Co , Ltd.
SCHOLARS WILL DANCE
For tho benefit ot the School Ath
letic Association n garden feto wilt
be given on the Oahu College grounds
at 2 o'clock on Saturday, June 13. A
very Interesting program of songs
and dances has been prepared for the
occasion. Tho Spanish dance will he
produced by six little maids atttlrcd
In tho national costume. Iteynold
McGrew and little Stella Confer will
danco and sing while. Miss Margaret,
another of Mrs. Center's clever little
girls, will entertain the crowd with
a bewitching dance. Master Vcrn'on
Tcnnoy will render n few of tho most
Tho following lady friends of tho
school havo lonsontcd to bo patron
esses for tho occasion: Mra. V. J.
Lowroy, Mrs. II. 1 Dillingham, Mrs.
J. A. Kennedy, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, Mrs.
"V.D. Alexnndcr, Mrs. P.'M. Swanzy,
Mi's. P. C. Jones, Mrs. A. Judd, Mra.
S. II. Dole, Mrs. C. Athcrton, Mrs. S.
M. Damon, and Mrs. G. It. Carter.
HINDOOS FOB HAWAIt
VANCOIIVI'H, H. C, May 28. Do?
daring that they uro unnblo to ob
tain work In Vancotner, dozens of
Hindoos nro. applying at Canadian Pa
clftc ticket unices for Information ns
to tho rates of pass.igo to Honolulu.
It Is believed tho few Hindoos who
hnve strayed from Vancouver to tho
Islands have found labor conditions
there more to their liking than in
Flrltlsh Columbia, and havo sent back
word to their complaining compa
triots, urging them to co to Hnnn-
lulu. In nil probability n fairly largo
number of Hindoos will leave for that
point on tho next Canadian-Australian
Hats, Caps and Straw
Keeps you dryj
The Acme of per
fection in the
nude for nil classes
of buildings. Write
for our Clasi "A"
Malthoid used on
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
Believe in lucky Numbers.
1 WE BELIEVE IN,
Nfltlimllv! We Irnnur more n limit
PAINT than nnvtltinn- eUe Tt,
PAINT v.e use is rela PAINT and put
on as rami snoum De. we can with
nrido noint ont in vnn thA hniiti
painted by us. .
U, KINO ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
Fleet Is Here! I
in our show window , and
with it our handsome jewelry
, Made in BELT PINS,'
WAIST SETS. SCARF PINS.
..... .. T.
113 HOTEL ST.
NEW JERSEY MOSQUITO EQQS
on exhibition at the
NEXT TO THE THEATER.
4000 fJrcen Rooting Slate 10"xlG
GOO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 SB-gallon Drum Commercial Kth
1 Cnstlron Klttlug with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought l'lpo.
EMMELUTH & CO,, LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
T, P. Cummins Is tho man who
will stop Into Sam JoIiiibou'b hIiocd tin
Iiii.ul Hupcitlfinr, an was predicted In
thn II u 1 1 n t I it Homo tlmn ago, nnd
ho utiitcs (hat ho la not going to run
awny fiom politics If they nio foicnl
upon him. I.utlicr IIviiiih lias been
promoted to Cummins' place nnd Kd
dlo HopkliiH mo6s up 11 notch to tho
poiltlou of timekeeper. II. K.illlmil
will take Hopkins' place.
Chocolates, French Mixed, Marsh mallows
Lemon Drops, Hard Gum Drops,
Gailfer's .Swiss Milk Chocolate,
U-AII-No After-Dinner Mints
Some of the dainties we have just received
Henry May & Co., Ltd. Tel, 22
TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION
You will decide on
for lighting your-Home or Place of Business. Let ns estimate tht
cost of the installation.
i Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING STREET NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
Napkins and Doylies
CREPE, PLAIN, COLORED.
Hawaiian News Co.,
serve the first
law of nature.
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDR0N, Agt.
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
Cut for j on, iium jour own meai
tire' it don't cost any more, In fact
ou save money, becauso ou Ket sat
isfaction. If ou havo a f'nult In jour fig
ure 75- do I will hide It for ou.
Our suits at Tucnty-flVQ Dollars
hnc no comparison Thero Is no ex
cuse to he slotcnl) attired when for
the same money )ou can ho "HI
GEO. A. martin;
Moonlight Cone rt
There is to he a incei.il nttrnrfinn
at Halciwa next Saturday night when
ine wa:aiu:i crass nana or tlurty-two
DicCCS will trive a moonliclir rnnrrt
A dance will be given afterwards.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts. Pajunas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
B0TEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
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