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EVENING nWIiETIN, HONOMJMJ. T. It.. TUESDAY, AUO. IS, 1008.
Attractive in Style and Price
Nothing adds more to the appearance of a room than pretty lace
curtains. Here are some extra cool values scheduled for next week:
AT !J1.00 A PAIR Nottingham lace Curtains, 3 yards long.
AT 91.25 AND 91.35 A PAIR Nottingham Curtains, extra
wide and 3V4 yards long. A variety of patterns to select from.
AT 91.50 AND 91.75 A PAIR Extra good quality Notting
ham Curtains, new designs, 3V2 yards long, and extra wide.
LAMBREQUIM LACE CURTAINS
Finished top and bottom, extra l:nr zni wide, at 81.50 each.
ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS
Extra heavy, pretty Cluney effects, 3'2 yards long, 9325 a pair.
ECRU NET CURTAINS
Trimmed with Battenberg Insertion, edge and medallions, full size,
at 9.50 a pair.
BONNE FEMME CURTAINS
Only one for a window in Ecru and white, handsome designs, with
flounce, 93.75 94.00 and 95.00 each.
Dotted Swiss, hemstitched border, large and small dots, all rtady for
use, 91.50 a pair.
Tassel ends, cross stripes, red and blue, at S1.25 a pair.
The NEMO SYSTEM provides models that build up a slim figure and
reduce a stout one. No matter what corset you have worn, you'll find an
advantage in the NEMO SYSTEM. We have the latest models. Sold at
New York Catalogue Prices:
STYLE 200 Incurve waist for medium figures. Price, 92.00.
STYLE 274 For short medium figures. Price 92.75.
STYLE 318 For short-waisted stout woman. Price 93.00.
STYLE 301 Military Belt for medium figures. Price 93.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waisted stout women. Price 93.00.
STYLE 314 For short-waisted stout women, short under arms, long
below waist line. Price 93.00.
STYLE 351 Bach-resting corset, for medium and slender figures.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island tiade; Young and as Tender Squabs.
These are good birds for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO. Limited
Regal Puttee Leggins
These, leggins provide a very popular substitute for rid
ing boots, and may also be used for golfing, tramping, camp
ing; rough walking, and stormy-weather wear.
Made of close-grain Tan color; they are formed to fit
perfectly in sizes of 13 to 18 inches (Calf Measure),
Repairing Done Neatly, Quickly, and Well.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BU ILDING, KING AND BETHEL.
No Lack Of National
Fcr Honors In
i i -i
MIIUE, Kiiual, Aug. 15. The
approaching election has bo far not
made much stir In the different dis
tricts of Knunl; In fact, for several
offices no candidates but the present
office-holders have announced them
selves. There arc somo exceptions,
however, notably as arc the positions
08 Supervisors in demand.
In llanalei there seems to be no
lets than Seven residents that want
to have a chance to guide the destiny
ot the district during the coming pe
riod. Desldes the present Incumbent
Charles Kriliee, theni are two other
Republicans looking for the nomina
tion from their party. Clins, I). Ma
Icee has been approached by several
of the voters wltlrthe request that he
try for the place, lie has been a res
ident of the district for years, and
would no doubt pull n large voto from
the many with whom he has had
business connection. E. Devcrill Is
another kamaalna In the valley who
ccems to feel pretty certain of cap
turing the coveted plum, while Chas.
Kahcc, who haB managed to get a re
markable lot of money appropriated
for his district during the past two
j ears, relics upon his past record to
carry him through.
The Democrats and the Home Rul
ers each have two men In tha field
for nomination. S. Kanewanul and
J. 8. Chandler appear to run about
even, but then the party has hardly
been organized long enough to carry
Its man to victory, but one of. them
will probably be nominated on the
Democratic ticket. The Homo Rulers
have their stronghold in llanalei,
and In 190S placed their man In the
Supervisorial chair, in spite or the
hard time ho hud to get there. D.
Kanealll has utilized the two years
which have elapsed since ho stepped
down to fortify his position for the
coming election and feels pretty cer
tain or occupying his old seat during
the next two jears, white KuapufcJ,
who also ran, probably will do the
same this year.
In Kawalhau there Is also an cm
barrus do rlchesse of Supervisorial
timber. Jos. Apolo, who has repre
sented the district on a Home Rule
ticket, at the present period will be
In the field again with the remnants
of the party back of him, while Da
vid Kalawnla, who has been unsuc
cessful first with the Home Rule nnd
later with the Republican pnrty, will
try his luck with the Democrats this
year. The Republicans will have to
choose between two men from their
party, E. J. Morgan and J. I). Cum
mlngs', who are both reported to be
seeking the nomination.
At Llhue, H. D. Wlshard, who at
present successfully acts as chairman
of the Hoard, will ha.vo to look to his
laurels, us he will have a competitor
for the placo In Kanlkanlhla, who
has been put up by the new-formed
Democratic Llhue Club.
In Koloi all factions seem to bo
satisfied with the present Supervisor,
W. D. McRryde, and want him re
elected, while In Walmea A. F. Knud
sen will have to overcome J. D. Na-
umu from the Home Rule camp, and
S. Makalla, who thinks ho will be
nominated by the Democrats.
The Deputy Sheriffs are all with
out opponents, so far as can be ascer
tained, with one exception. In Ka
walhau, C. K. Haac, the Jailer, who
recently Joined the Democratic party,
expects It to give him the nomination,
and later the election as Deputy Sher
iff over the present Incumbent ot the
office, S. W. Meheula, who Is running
on the Republican ticket.
The present County Attorney S. K.
Kaeo, Is out for renomlnation at the
hands ot his party and' will probably
get It without' contest, though A. O.
Kauluk.ou, who will run Independ
ently, will compote with him at the
The present County Auditor would
also like another' term of office, but
Chas. Illake, as Independent, and U
Kanealll, as Democrat, want to see
whether a vigorous campaign would
not put either the one or tho other In
possession of the office.
Fugitives from Guatemala Issue clr
cular to discredit pan-American meil
leal congress by showing up bloody
mplliods or Cabrera's right hand doc
tor. ' "
PLANS ARE MADE
Seven Torpedo Boats In
Fleet Soon To
Preparations are going forward
rapidly on the Coast for the crulne
of the Pacific Fleet to Honolulu and
Samoa, ns told In the following dis
VAIAEJO, Calif., Aug. 9. The
cruisers California and South Dakota
are under orders to leave tho yard for
California City on next Sunday aft
ernoon. The cruisers West Virginia
and Maryland will sail an the follow
ing day for the same point, whero all
four Bhlps will take on coal prepara
tory to sailing for Samoa.
The seven torpedo-boat destroers,
namely the Whipple, Truxtun, Hop
kins, jlull, Stewart, Preble, and Per
ry, along with their tender tho Sol
ace, will coal at the jard before they
leave during the middle ot next week
for San Francisco Bay.
The colliers Justin and Saturn,
which are now at anchor at Sausa
llto, will also accompany the Fleet
as far as Honolulu. They will be tho
only 'auxiliary ships to s.ill outside
ot the Solace.
The DufTalo, which was to have
gone, has had her orders rcokcd and
Instead will leave for llremertou next
week, where she will tnl.o on a cargo
or flour nnd then leave for Manila.
VALLEJO. Calif., Aug. 7. Word
has Just been received at Mare Isl
and from Washington to tho effect
that tho orders for tho torpedo-boat
destroyer Fnrragut' of the Pacific flo
tilla to accompany tho cruiser fleet on
the trip to Samoa this month along
with seven other destroyers now at
the jnrd hnd been revoked. Tho cause
for this move Is owing to tho fart
that tho Furragut Is badly In need of
repairs. As tho Farragut will not go,
It Is understood that the cruiser
Charleston, now at thu llrcmorton
ard, which was to han mado the
trip, will not accompany the Fleet.
Over $75,000 was paid out on the
different ships at Mare Inland ester-day.
Tho following Itinerary of tho Pa
cific Fleet, together with Information
concerning tho Fleet and the itiner
ary,' Is posted at the Natal Station.
Itlnernry'o'f tlie Puclllo Fleet fr6m
San Francisco to 8ama( and return:
Leave San Francisco AUg. 24
Arrive Honolulu .'Sept. 2
Leave Honolulu Sept. 10
Arrive Pago Pago, Samoa... Sept. 20
Leave Pago Pago, Samoa... Sept. 27
Arrive Honolulu Oct. 7
Leave Honolulu Oct. 17
Arrive San Diego Oct. 28
Leavo San Diego Oct. SO
Arrive Magdalena llay Nov. 1
Leave Magdalena llay Nov. 30
Arrive San Franclcco Dec. 4
VESSELS TO GO
First Division: West Virginia (flag
ship), Colorado, Mar) land, Pennsyl
vania. Second Division: Tennessee, Cali
fornia, Washington, South Dakota.
First Torpedo Flotilla, Pacific Tor
pedo Flcot: Truxton, Hull, Whipple,
Second Torpedo Flotilla, Pacific
Torpedo Fleet: Perry, Preble, Stew'
Torpedo supply ship: Solace,
Colliers: Saturn, Justin; to Hono
While at Pago Pago two armored
cruisers and two destroyers wilt visit
Apia for two days. Tho four vessels
to make this visit will be designated
by the Commander-in-Chief upon ar
rival at Pago Pago.
Dates of departura are fixed; dates
of arrival may vary according to ease
or difficulty with which destroyers
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Booming House with 22
Booms, all furnishedand convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water. Light Housekeep
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
GAIN? P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
Capt. W. II. McLean of the blf ocean
steamship City of Sydney of Ban Fran
cisco nnd Panama mukos this Important
In December, 1904, I was in tho last
states of. ltrlnht'x Disease. Han Francis
co phjslclunx tolil me, that there won no
show for me, Tim dropsy was so deep
that I could stick a linger In the llenh
almost un Inch, J. W. lliirnham. Presi
dent Ilurnham & Marsh Co, told mo Iw
knew several C4ises of UrlKht'H Disease
that'Imil recovered under Kulton'ii Henal
Compound. My old friend Donlon of Don
ion A 1'tck told' me tha same thing said
lie knew of worse cuss than mine that
cot well. This started me. The tlrst
hulf-doien started the change, and I am
at this writing; (Un months later) as well
us ever, and can pass for life Insurance.
I have told passengers from all over the
world of my recowry. This treatment
ought to Ira knnun all oer the globe,
CAPT. W. H. McLKAN.
racltlc Mali Dock, Kan Francisco.
nrlght's Disease unil Diabetes are cur
nblo in 87 percent of ull cases by Ful
ton's Compounds. Kencl for literature,
Honolulu Drug Co, I'ort Ht.
When to uMct Ilrlght's Disease
weakness or loss of u eight; dropsy: puffy
ankles, hands or ejellitn; Kidney trouble
utter the third month r urine, may show
sediment j fulling; vision; drowsiness; one
or more of these. 3.'
Ex-Pollce Commissioner Rcngan of
San Francisco granted order review.
Ing act of Civil Servlco Commission
In making appointment to position to
which ho bi'lluYcH ho Is entitled.
Broker Fred Dorr, brought from Los
Angeles to San Francisco and charged
with embezzlement, sayit his arrest Is
part of an attempt to blackmail hlui
Into favoring ccitaln creditors.
In Second-Hand Machines. Thoroughly overhauled
and ready for demonstration
Models of '04, '05, 'OG.
Newly painted; in fine condition.
Newly painted and varnished, and in
Only very slightly used, but classes
as second hand. A bargain.
1907 Maxwell Runabout
Newly painted and varnished, and in
2 1907 Mitchell Runabouts
Equipped with a new 30-H.F, Brcn
nan Engine. In good shape.
These are some of the most striking automobile bargains that
have ever been offered in Honolulu
PRICES, - from $350
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
marks our daily menu in the matter of food. We serve
Breakfast from 5 to 8 a', m.; Luncheon from 11 a. m. to 2
p. ni.; Dinner from 6 to 0:30 p. m. The Cuisine Cannot Be
The Palm Cafe
HOTEI ST. NEAR FORT.
if the Wall Paper you have.
now is moeu, streaked, or
We have now on hand the
greatest variety of wall papers
we have ever had.
In our special show-room for
wall papers downstairs, you
can see just how wall, ceiling,
and border will match.
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
The most Refreshing Drink Imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
0. 8. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 881. P. Q. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 0. Irwin & Co,, Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, Wh'tc and
Black Sand. Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING K SPE-CIALTY.
There Is No Place
For ths tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood. Mgr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
L AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUAND ST. NEAR KINO ST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you,'
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU. J