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BVRNINO HtlU.nTIN. IlONOMIl.tt. T II, SATUItOAY, JUNM 2fi. inn-i
Take your graduating-'class pictures
for framing to
' -w, iT3i"f rwnnpr'i ir-f awtngirpv
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DIRT gets into the
KA - HANA
gets it out in quicker
time than it takes to
All grocers should
sell it; most of them
do- If yours is one
who has not caugh4- on
ring up Fred L. Wald
ron, Telephone 12.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
EXPERT HORSE SHOEING.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King and South Sts.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
Repairing by Expert Mechanic.
Schuman Carriage Co.
Fibres for Weaving
hats, mats, fans and
batketa, HAWAII &
CO,, Younn DuildinQ,
&) (Under the Electric
kSign). Bishop St,
Itecelved ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
102B NUUANU ST
"iwFTlUI 1 1 TIN ADO I'AY -jf"
Soil, tyack or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to All up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Garage
1009 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
Lari;o imported work honei (or sale,
jBr""For J'rnl" ran1 on ilf m
III Ilulklln allies.
BOOK WORLD NOTES
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I no pioi in original huh umiuK nuji in iniiiHiniiuu uiiu I'iciicn 01 ine uir
milnc. iik It does, nn lUllnnco between culnr Staircase Mrs. Itlneliart'M vo
ile litln countries of Km ope to re
jaln tlielr Inlet prestige on the Amer
ican continent, nnd a fnsclnatlni; vvoni
in whoso nnmo nnd imrposc remain
llililcn from tlio render for many
jages, and who, In thin vast Interna
lonnl Intrigue, plays with umbassa
lorn and other Important crentnrcH of
government as pawns. One enjhya tlio
cry audacity of tlio author's Imaglna
Ion and tho skill with which he works
nit Ills Idea, Tho scene Is laid In
Vnshlngton, "tho drawing-room of the
mtlon," nnd lies entirely amid tho
tlplomatlc circle, whose titles, cos
tunes, manner nnd accent nru deftly
Irawn itKin for color nnd variety.
The story Is humanly propelled
"tilcdy by three persons, nil of whom
iro Interesting: First, Isabel, main
nlned in tho atmosphere, of romance
rom the outset; Campbell, chief of
ho secret service, nnd, of more Im
ortanco to tho render, (lilmm, his
Ight-hnnd man, ery Impasslut but
cry deep, delight fully nonchalant,
hoin commissions to find missing
told, or missing men, or to prevent
t vvorld-vvnr, do not rouse from out'
vard llstlessness, nnd whose method
if beginning work on a ense Is to ptaco
lis "perfect shod" feet on his desk
i ml sit thinking for an hour. Tlio plot
loos not lag from tho moment the
tallun minister, sitting at dinner, re
otCB tho mysterious crcBted card of
B.ibel, through tho scene In which tho
iilcrmitloiinl Council sits masked nnd
rlmm thientens to flto the bomb If
ho promised compact Is not destioycd,
in to tho Until situation In which
Irlinm ery grim ho Is indeed
oiccs himself Into Isabel's homo and
nusea tho death of her In-other. Tho
iresenee of lli tujHlcrlnus glil, who
b Inexplicit;' conceiued In all affairs,
ho r'ieated eiicoimterit between her
mil nrlmm, thread all tho situations
ogether into a chain of mjstery that
-ecnis tu glitter moro brightly than
Iocs any single brilliant in It. Tho
ender Is run up tho blindest of blind
illcys, whenco apparently there Is no
'scape. When tho final explanations
iro innde, and tho reader discovers
hat he has been ilou'ily rollc'l, his re
pect for tho nuthoi goes up another
So swift Is Its movement, so spark
ing is Its stjle. so spontaneous aio
tH HiirprlseB thoro rotilij not bo n
moro delightful hook, for spring or
summer reading. KI.USIVI ISA1IKI,
Is tho spiedlng arrow of a brilliant
Tho llohbs-Merrlll Company.
Mary Huberts Hlnclinrt had novor
villten a detccttvo Htory, or n long
stoiy of any sort, until an editor friend
out her uplcturo of Anna Kathcrluo
flrecn, asked her to hang It over her
desk and under tho Inspiration of tho
inllior or Tho Flllgreo Hall to prodiico
i dotectlvo yarn. Mrs. Hluehiirt was
"Jger enough to bo Insplied but nnmo
how tho dlvlno afflatus was slow to ar
rive. Then sho went to Washington
for a visit and on her wuy homo hap
pened to occupy lowor berth number
ten Sho couldn't sleep nnd, ns she
lay thoro cwake, tho possibility of n
I'utlmaii for n crlmo anil tn)stery grad
ually lnoke upon her. TIII3 MAN IN
t.OWKR TKN waB tho result.
Kineison Hough, tho nuthor of 54-11)
or Fight and Tho" Mississippi Hubble.
Is very fond of outdoor life. It tnkei.
i gooii man to beat him when It
comes to telling a story around tho
a nip flie at night. While camping out
In tho AdlrondackB with a party of his
friends, tho conversation turned on
echoes and how plainly they could bo
heatd. Kchoes vvero getting "louder
ami louder" until tlleneed by tho fo
lowing statement by Mr. Hough:
"Out In tho Hocky Mountains it
takes elghUninrs to hear tint echo of
your volco. When I camp out theto,
and Just bororo I pull tho blankots
around mo for tho nlgfit, I shout out,
Tlimi In get tip!' and do you hollovo
It- tho echo wnkcB mu noxt morn
HiiieiMin Hough, iitlllinr of Thu Mis-
fcissippi unhide, nriy.Futir Forty or
right olii., has loft for Cuiopu in
spend tho siiininer. ll,i will iiiukuo
his own way. without guldo in ujiildi.
iiimik .Mr. ll'piKli has iHiiii nrreioil n
vui y hiign siihiry hy WIIIIhiu llitndolih
llimrkt in tin special vvoik for his
iiewtipapoiH, hut has declined
A Nni'MWtll Irilliulnlliiu U ,UK
niiido of Tim I'niliiiiim of y, iw pn,,.
mm mmy liy Molly lJlllnl Huimnll.
WHhlii mm nnh Tlio llulilw-Mnrilll
i'uiuihiii) imiIiIIIiii'8 nf I In.) myiiiory
! .. .;.
romances by Mary, Huberts itlnehart,
'received to Inquiries for tho rlRhtsI
gun has tilread) been established In
tlermaiiy, wheie theie Is nlwns n
great demand for detective stories.
812T IN SU.VKtt hj tho William
sons. Doiibtcday, I'.igc and Co. New
The WilltniiiMius, whoso latest
story, "Set In Silver," has Just been
lubllshed by Douhleday, Page &
Company, nro cij fond of tho lllvl
cra, whither they go In tho early
autumn, Just when tho Cngllsh gar
dens arc beginning to fade. Ily the
middle of October, of untrue, theie Is
summer on tho Hllern. Tho roics
arc still in bloom, and tho fresh new
grass Is green ns cineinld. This Is,
to bo sure, an early time to como to
the Itlvlern; but the Williamsons
havo a private villa not fnr fiom
Monto Carlo, which used In bo a
shooting lodge of the former I'rlnco
of Monaco. Ilefnro tho season really
begins nnd friends como In, they
wrlto in tho (pilot, take long drives,
and walks, and motor oxcui-bIous.
About May they return to their
old-fashioned garden In Surrey.
There they live In : nnecr old IidiikA I
as old as tho dass of Queen Kllruhcth.
It has a seciet room In It. and IIih
iiunltit antique furnltuie Is said to
represent tho "finds" of a year's mo
toring in Kimlaiiil.
John T. I)je.
John T. D)c, for many years gen
ernl counsel of tho Illg. Four Hall
road, is tho author of un important
book published by the llohhs-Mcrrltl
Company, nnd entitled ''Ideals of De
mocracy." Mx. Dc'ti ptenilso o.m
best bo stuteil ln" Ills' bun; words:
"Wo face," i.,iyB he, "two opposing
tendencies; one, ihe centralization of
power In the industrial and financial
world, 'and with lt-th-Vontrol of tho
government Irf tho hiituty of the few;
the other 'tho ownci-Rhlif of the idatiis
nnd Implements of Industry, and tho
llot.tl...ttn.. ... I. . ... .,.-'
distribution or Its products by the
states. Tho two tendeueliB wi.ii out
the same result the destruction of
equal opportunity. . Democracy op
poses both, and BcekB to pil'servc the
freedom of tho Individual by tlio
equal administration of Jiut laws "
In order to brlngi.tn bear upon tho
subject full ronslilyrntlon of It from
all tho vnryliigMlowpolntB, Mr Do
very hnpilly fancies a general
Qwen Wistcr, Famous Novelist,
Rallying After Long Illness
r Aft &; r
mm f mmW
Owen i-ii, Ulu Jlllj'l'l I" "'"wl n'lovorlng f 1 1 till u nervous nil
lupno that luiltod linf lllnrui y Inhiirs ami iluoaienodt his life stiiuo I lino
ii go. Mi vW.lvi cimo, uhli-h lilts putilnd huuii nf tho nlict ph)si Inns
mill nerve ii lallbts tit ihn rouiiti') iluios tinui thu Hum of tho iloulh
of Ills nioihoi iioarl' a )oui hku. TIih sad oix-mionfo rumplululy tin
iieiu'd tlm iiovolltl, mill iiftur n Hum ho tough t In illveri hi mind h
hunt uiiili TliU conhltHl with Ills vwul od i-niiillllnii, riniscd n ml-
iiim S iimol mi WliU'li ihn niilluii of llu Virginian' tvn it) nrl,
lilts lint been Iniil'llWl far SOOIUl muitllis
Mission of tlif two 'opikisIiir tendon
den" ns In progress iuiiouk passcnfii'ts
In the HinnkliiR compartment of n
1 1 niiKriint liictiinl train Anions thoso
who lukv ii.it t in the conversation
lire n professor nf ioticl ucononi)
nnil socloloRy. n h-inker nnd miner, n
'civil engineer, a Catholic bishop, n
professor of law In n Western Inw
school, nnd another passenger who
(ninei "fiom the mining camps of
Colorndo. where talk of liuninn broth
erhood would only cxiltc derision.
nnd wheie both sides have lommllted
outrages that tre a reproach In our
NOT A THAINi:i) MAN. by Kllrn
Olasgow. The Macmllllau Co., Now
Headers and reviewers, nlIKo, up
'pear to bo cxperclnclng dimculty
with the nnmo of Miss (llnsgow's
new Jiovel, "The Homnucc of a
Plain linn" was the title Miss Olas
gow bestowed upon the work. This
however, did not suit one critic, who
promptly chnngrd It to "Tho Ho
inance of n Plain Woman," about ns
far nway from the facts In tho rasa
ns ho could well get. Now a reader
sends for n op of "The Homnucc of I
n Trained Man." Insomuch ns tho
entire plot of tho novel rests upon
the fact that whatever training the
hero got, ho had to give himself,
this 1b nlmost as uncalled fnr nn
error us the reviewer's entirely un
warranted refections on the hero
ine's personal attractiveness. As a
matter of fact, sho Is ns beautiful as
'her lover is plain, nnd tho romance
Is the world-old theme of the union
of strength and loveliness,
An Inquest was held on tho body
of tho Japanese child, Tanabe Kunl
Kii, who was killed on Thursday by
being run over by a wagon. Mulr
molo, the driver of the vehicle, gave
evidence to tho fact that the little
fellow had been riding with him on
the wagon and had .tried to alight
In n hurry, nnd had fallen between
Ihn front and hind wheel or tho
cart. Tho driver had picked tho
child up nt onco nnd hud done all In
his power to help tho distracted par
Tho Coroner's iurv returned
verdict of accidental death nnd ex
oncruted Murlmoto from uny blnuio
In tho mutter.
Falls Oead at Wedding. Ilrllllon
Wis.. .Iiiiiu Ifi-While thu marriage
vows of .MIsh Catheiluo Mulhnno) nud
John Ilurlc, a leading businessman of
IIiIh rtlv. vtri liclnir Riilf.nitilT,..! Mluu
Joseph M.inllk. a filond of the bride
and groom, who attended the eere
dis-'moiiy, fell dead fiom appolcx
No two men arc just
alike no two suits
should be just alike.
You want perfect
flttinfr clothing;, don't
Only wny is to have
them made for you.
Oct us to make them
for you, because we
We And it easy to do
No, not when you
Our business suits
made to your measure
for Twenty-five Dol
lars arc incomparable.
Our evening clothes
Geo. A. Martin,
"Medals mean merit
Highest iwarils Chicago
1S0.1, Tarts 1900; St. I-ouls
1U04, New Orleans 1885."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Lid.
WAli CH0NG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
I'm IHr u (or uunttart
lrnrttMiMM. '-" w niwr-uww
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t'lrcuUr Mat od rvaoM'
YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS Rnd FAMILY
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXFERIENED COOK.
Everything in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old cusv
tomcrs come back.
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANINO CO.
132 Beretanla St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
p.loves cleaned. Contracts $1,80 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 400,
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage, Look
It tin. DO IT NOW,
HAIUUfiON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Noc, IID7I llni'liiiiin St.
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TLB " rc mMi I
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eiri v sCfaPiKliiiiiH .
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CERY DAY can be
- Sunday for the
cook when you
Cooking is playing,
to the woman who
has a Gas Stove.
AVID DAY StN
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
tatcd at Fawaa on King and Young
.ticcts. Building in first-class or
ler and connected with artesian wa
cr. Electric light nnd gas. Also
tapiolani Park lots nnd improved
iropcrty at Hauula and other prop
Pau Ka Nana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewnld Bldg.
LUNCHES and DRINK!
The most pooular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon .
Hotel St. near Fort.
ck Scullv lurk Hohrl
It's usually difficult to se
lect wall-paper from samples.
Not here, however. We have
a special show room in which
we arrange the paper with
borders, just as it will appear
on the wall. This is nn im
mense help to you.
We have the largest, best
and most varied stock of wall
paper in the city.
Lewers & Cooke,-
177 S. King St.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
GEO. A, MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
Levy's for Groceries