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OUR SPECIALS for this week are Good Valne in themselves, without
considering their Low Price 1
SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS:
Soie Du Monde
A sheer pretty wash material in
beautiful colorings and novel pat
terns, 30c quality, at 25 a yard.
Silk Sofa Cushions
Pretty designs and 'colors. ?2.25
White coiduroy, brown, and red
serge. $1.25 Tarns, 90.
In polka dots, : stripes, and figured.
$1.00 quality, 75 a, yard.
WHITE SILK-TAILORED BELTS
75c Belts, 40 each.
Tassel ends in green and red
stripes. $1.25 Curtains, 00 a nair.
Merry Widow Neckwear
' An Extra New Assortment. Here are some of the prettiest styles shown
this season, all new and fashionable:
At 35 Pretty bows of Filet At 30 Silk bows in all colors
Net, all lace, plain net with lace edge, VSJ-SwnjaboU in all
all silk, in delicate shades. white and delicate tinted borders.
New Neck Ruching
An entire new assortment just opened, showing the very latest styles.
BOX RUCHING, 6 pieces in box, no two pieces alike, 35 box.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
WOOD REPORTS ON
Sccrotnry Wood liaa prepared thu
following weekly report on the work
dono by th6 Promotion Committee
nlilcli lie will submit at tho meeting
of that body tliln utternoon:
Honolulu, Juno 2', 1908.
Chairman mid Mcmhcrfl of tlio Hawaii
Ily tho last mail an additional lntcli
of letters wan received fioni different
libraries on the mainland acknowIcilK
IriK copies of our pamphlet "Agricul
ture in Hnwall." A number of rfe
quests for our news Hen Ice ill no came
,lly tho Marnma, several inquiries
from probable visitors wro received
from different points In New ealaml
and Australia, also rrom Colombo,
Cejlon. The Oalle Kacv and Orrental
hotels of Colombo continue to kIvo
our foldets n ptomlnent place In the
advertising matter they distribute
among their guests.
Ily the last steamer for thu North, a
full lino of folders was sent to Mr. E.
J. Cojle, assistant general passenger
agent of the Canadian I'acillc rail
way, for distribution throughout the
Upon the arrival of the new Japan
eso Bteamer Teno Maru, we present
ed the purser with a framed cop) of
our may "The Cross .Roads of the Pa
cific," which hns been given the place
of honor In his ofllce.
Tho new edition (third) of "Tho
Cross uoads or tho Pacific map
should soon lie to hand. Wo have
numerous applications for additional
copies tind will bo able to thoroughly
cover China, Japan, the Straits Set
tlements, us well as Australia and
New Zealand, with thlH effective ad
I am pleased to leport that Mr. 0
I'. Wilder has promised to look Into
the matter of u special fruit display
In our rooms during Fleet Week. We
also expect to have n good exhibit of
sisal and growing pineapples In tubs.
Through tho courtesy of Mr. W. M,
Illce, we will bo able to show nt least
two more of Otto Wlx's paintings of
Kauai scenery, Hoary Head mountain,
near Llhue, vytli tho H,ulla stream in
tho foreground; tho other being u
sketch of Wnlnulhul waterfall.
Mr. Howard Hitchcock has nlna
promised to .favor us with several of
Ills latest paintings of Island scenorj
which, wo feel assured, will be great!)
ippn elated b thu numerous visitor
constantly thronging our rooms
A letter from the editor of tho Nn
tlonal Geographic Magazine, states
that they will publish In their Jut) or
August number, an Interesting article
by Mr. W. A Brian, on tho "Pacific
Sclentlc Institute," which will be well
SOLDIERS OF FORTUNE
AT ORPHEf TONIGHT
"An American play for American
people," Is the description which Bomo
discerning writer has fitted to "Sol
illtrs of Fortune, the play which Is
o be thu offering of tho l.umley com
pany thu latter half of this week,
starting tonight, at the. Orpheiim the
ater. Tho phrnse Is apt for although
the scenes of thu play tiro laid In a
South American republic, the prin
cipal characters are, In tho main
"SoldlerB of Fortuno " tells n fascln
utlng and thrilling rom.mco of South
America, centering about the lovo o.
itobert Clay (Mellaril Iluhler), a
koung American mining engineer, for
Hope Lnngham (Miss Vlrglnln Thorn
ton), the daughter of his wealthy cm
plover, and having, for its background
one of thosu sporadic but none tin
less dangerous revolutions that makt,
life In South America worth living to
the man or woman of adventurous
The rolo of Clay, orlgltiully plavid
by Mr. Edison? tho will known star
will bo portraved by Itlcliard Iluhler
who should find the iol n most ac
coptablu one and Frank I Montgom
cry will be men as Captain Stuart
Mli Thornton will phv Hopu Lang
ham, tho lending female lolc,
Thu piece will he put nn for n threo
ulghtu run, Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday, and a family matinee Situr
day, Now specialties will bo Intro
ducod between acts by Hurry Talor
M&jbcll Alberta, and Helen Urnndon
Seats are now on sale Next Mou
day, a big laugh, "IIi-okii'h In Town.'
GARFIELD GIVEN -
Secretary Garfield of (he Depart
ment of tho Interior was presented
with n handsomely curved wooden
mango plaque this, afternoon at the
Promotion Committee, room. The
work was done by I N Otremba, the
wood-carver, who was present. All
the members of the Promotion Com
mittee, namely J. A. McCandlcss, K.
h. Wnldron, Jas. Mcl-can, II. P. Wood
mid others were present.
In accepting the present, which he
appreciated very much, (larlleld made,
a neat speech.
INFLAlPVriON OF THE KIDNEYS
In lioniv luJk
"Kidney trouLle' ts lnlamrutton of the kidneys without albumen.
"Brlght's Dlfeife"" " H " with "
In fneli !V rm1 truiibh N I.NriAMMA110N OP THU KITl.VRH h m. a
Ciir ffir one mi 1 1 l ii curt fr tin otlwr Tlwrv lian Ik en net curt for either
Mnt ii ii Kdiiv irtiiJiMif p?sf K'tHttll
Ttur Irctu Inl i-nmit.u-i of the kldrin tinlc rrn roinmonl Kdn well
nt flrwt jiut If it rtoft i it Mrll nrl ntnl tle Inlliiinrniition prrftlntp tho tenl
V ii c ni fi ww Ulini dlaonjio linn IWn ItimirnM ntiO why t if 1nUm
Ii i - U ! Oiruo to Uif illwoT of Pulton Urn il i impound
linn n nothing kmwn tint uouM mine liiflntnmitlun tn tin kltlnc Umui
Ttit nil Kit! ii nn ui ijin ttirp n mlKconcti twin trrlmtiiiK tlu inn un 1 kid
nt vn tu rn v I cn'"H Intiml of atlniltiK tin InM imm itlon, nomo of them being
actually hnfinful It milt rh'clniis hie nbinilonid tin m
No tnaitrr nliithir oU call It ak1tlnty tmiiMf "NibHtln," or Ii ih
I)lrnip If It hn l n lmntlntf on n tvw month r cowry ran ! only hop d
for throi r'i this Hpitlfle It lit it proirn fllrlrnrt In nnr1v K7 iwr vonl of
nit cxnen It In th nh 1 1 1? known that tontroN InlUnimtit m In tin kldrnja
Whlcll In thf. rtfil dittliilty Willi kldm troubled I" oiil-
Lttimttiru iniUd Mw
Mms j nu.To.v ro oakinno, cat
Il()NOiAM.I Iiltt (1 ', tort Ml re I ulc our locil itRuitn, Ak for Ul-Moiilh
ly llullitln nf.liti rirnorlrM TO
Painted and Repaired
The time to have your Auto or
Carriage Repaired is BEFORE it
The time to Paint is BEFORE it
begiiis to look shabby.
We furnish Rubber Tires for Autos
AH work first-class and guaranteed.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
MERCHANT STREET, NEAR ALAKEA STREET
LOCAL CHINESE MAKES
nOOn AT PL1M0NA
Henry P. Akl, of Pomona Academy
'08, Is captain of the preparatory base
hall team, and also guardian of tin
third sack for tho 'varsity. In the
Sherman Indian Pomona Rome, ho
brought victory tn his college by hlf
timely heavy hitting. Let us vvlish
Henry tho beet of luck, and may his
team win tho Interscholastlc series.
Henry P. Akl was tho pitcher of the
Chlncso Athletic Club, which won t'"
championship of the HtvorsUlu League
Representative A. D. Castro, J. It
Marques, and A. II. It. Vlerra, a com
mlttce of Portuguese, called at the V.t
ccutlvc building this morning with a
petition regarding certain Punclibow'
lots, which they deslro to purchase
when tho lonso of tho Knplolanl Kh
tato runs out, and they wero admitted
to ijce Secretary Garfield. Ho Htatei
that ho would look Into tho matter.
All tho naval officers at tho station
and on tho St. Louis aro today jcar
Ing mourlng for tho lato cx-Presldent
Orover Cleveland. They will contlnu
to wear the black hands on their
slcoves for thirty dajs, an thoy woul'"
In caso thu real executtvo wero dead
On tho da of tho funoral, half hour
Bimn will be fired from sunrlso tn
sunset, at both the stutlou and on th
On Frlilay afternoon Juno 20 the
Alumni Association will incot on tin
grounds of Onlut Collego and have the
annual oxorclscB. Ono of tho feature?
of the afternoon will ho a fruit oxht
All thoso that nro Intcrcstod and
deslro to make any donations ran
communicate with florrlt P. Wilder.
Telephone 13 or 1066. ..
J. Santos, Mgr.
UNION STREET near HOTEL
Open for business
on or about
July 1st, 1908
p You can't k
m afford not to k
K It is so much easier to pay a little at a time. L
K That's why we derided to sell Victors on the pjk
V easy - payment plan. A
V You ought to have a H
H in your home today. You can afford it. In H
H fact, under the circumstances, you i M
& can't afford not to. fljui Lw
k MUSIC CO., BSk.
Odd Fellowi' Bid. jk
Washing is a Bugbear
to the average housewife. IT NEEDN'T BE. Washing is
easy, quick, arid convenient when you use the modern
Order from your grocer.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
Believe in T.tV- lumbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! Wc know mow about
PAINT than anything else. Tli
PAINT wc use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
nndc point out to you the houses
oainted by us.
XIN0 ST i
rurky Signs S-S-Signs.
CAN HELP YOU
We buy your Diamonds, Old Watch
es and Jewelry for SPOT CASH.
1018 NUUANU ST. and
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King Street, near Bethel.
Fourth of July-
Flags all sizes!
Send in Your Ordm Early.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
. THE VICTOR
The Home Entertainer.
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS, .
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms.. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or .Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDQ. ... 74 S. mo 31.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats 'Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
T0URINQ OARS and RUNABOUTS.
Ite- ttiuule Fr . . ,
BEJPET NIA HEAR F0UT
WING CHONG GO.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Llc.Ucre in Furniture MsUhetsM,
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FUHNirURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription made to order. Boiler woik
ind RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, Partienlai at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
gain executed at shortest notice.
GRADUATION IS NEAR'.
CLASS PICTURES and DIPLOMAS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
You Want ElectHq Wiring Done or
Private Ttlenhnnn. In'tllM nr Ttra
Batteries, call the
UNION EITCTBIO CO.,
69 Beretania St Phone 315,
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