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New Chiffon Veils
Lone, square and the new outing veil with the hood
effect, cnibodjing comfort and grace. In all colors.
. New Veilings
By the yard. All nvr patterns and the latest shades.
An endless assortment. i
lite Lace Embroidered Veils
Very pretty and washable.
White Washable Crocheted Buttons
In all sizes. Just the thing for trimming wash
coats and suits.
White Silk Crocheted Buttons
' .Large and Small.
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They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Altfcn's shoes for boys. Made
on proper fitting lasts suitable for growing feet. Style,
strength and fit are given every consideration in these
shoes, and they are of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups. We handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at $3 and $3.50.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. ' ( Cor. King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
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Clearance Sale at
Fort Street .
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NEW' MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
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Pr i tfti'ik ' .sssssssssssssssssssHsi
Commandant of the Naval1 Station. Who Will Intend the Usual Cour
tesies to Admiral Sebrce and His Men, and Give a Luncheon for
the013ccrs. ; .
i - -
Able Address Made By
At tlio luncheon given the Con
giessmen lit the Sod il Club, Kohnla,
Speaker llolsteln mntlo on tibia nnil
dignified speech of welcome. Con
gressman Iliitliuldt icspondod for
tile Congressmen. Mr. lleeder spake
far the Irrigation Committee, nmL
later u Imgo number of Hawaiian'
met tho Congressmen.
Tim joung ladles assisting nt the
luncheon w'cie: Miss Kllon Hall ot
Nullll, Miss Ace Ahlna, Sirs. J. V..
tiunii, MliH Mninano No, Miss Jull.i
Kauhl, Miss Noeln Kolllklpl. Miss
Veronica AMona, Miss I.ucy I'err'.
MIm I.oko Knlpo, MUs.Kotueln I.u
maawe, Mies l.ucy .sln, Miss Phoebe
Michael, Mies Jennie Williams, Miss
Cornelia Ootell, Miss Jessie Alnmo
ila, Miss Until ficssell, Miss Anita
llcnlnwny, Mis lletli Woods.
Tho menu was:
I'lgs and Orcani,
H.inamis mid Cicrin.
Cieain of Wheat.
Toasted Corn 1'laKes.
1'nake.i licet Stake.
Pmiliuo Lamb Chops.
Kggs (to order).
, linked Sweet I'otatoes.
Ilaked I'otatoes. Taro Cakes.
Hot Rolls. Toast.
PACIFIC FLEET IN
AHEAD OF SCHEDULE,
(Continued from Pace U
Colorado was Hlxty miles olT this
moiiiltig, mid the West Virginia,
flagship of the second division, was
20 miles off nt noon,
Ilia ttlp has probably been n rec
ord one for the squadron, and, al
though tho speed averages havo not
jet been innilu tip, tjio nvctago speed
was about IS knots, cither n small
ti action on ono side or tho other.
Owing to tlto heavy ditift that the
vcbsels wore running under, miv
slight nccldcnt to tho machinery
w'otild (uiite u ousel to di op behind
tho othois, and it wus for this ret
urn that tho two ( misers mentioned
did not (oinii In with tho licet,
Tho lleet left San 1'r.inclseo last
Sunday nt 2 o'clock In tho uftcr
n cm . i and was Mirpilscd to me tho
China at her whnif. as sha left sov-
erul ilay boforo tlfem nnd had bent -
en tin m Iino by "but a (ow houis.
Alto tho China's lmlf-misted Hugs
wus tho Ilrst liitlmnllon that llarrl
man had died,
Tho lliht ilyj out of San Pianclsco
was foggy, but, barring Hint, tho
trip was pionounicd perfect, with
only the accident on tho Colorndo to
Extension Of The
' i -r- "
Tho work oil tho extension of tho
Illlo railroad to Hnkalnii bns been pio
grossing with u fair degree of rapidity
considering tho engineering problems
nun nuvo io oe soiveu in uriugiiig aim
filling tho gulches tint' are along the
unite of the Biirvoed extension.
The rnlls for tho fifteen nillo section
havo already been purchased and with
the Incidentals the rail order will np
"Tho work on tho " extension has
reached a stage where; tho building of
culverts has been begun mid tho grad
ing fnlrly well'ndvnnced," said II. 1
Dillingham this morning "Tho work
Is In clinrgo of Mr Kleugol mid while
(hero arc some piohkms as to (he dis
posal of tho cm th and lock tint must
bo disponed or wo hope to hac theso
matters setllodMn a short tltuo."
Ilowmd Quick and Percy Ilarrnn
woro killed 'by lightning wlillo de
scending In n to.il mine at Idaho
Springs, Col. Quicks father wus
operating tho m-ichlncri tint runs
JRT-" For Pent card an sal at
The boats will remain In and unt
ship tho harbor until tho 20th, and
will then probably go out for n few
hours' run under full speed with
every pnrticlo of pressure on that
they can get nut of tho. boilers. It
will not bo until Oct. 1 that they
will Dually leave Honolulu for Ad
mlrnlt Island and Its Oriental
Most of the men on board nro
giron, many having Just ronio from
various navy yauls, and It was the
Hist, I line for nearly nil Hint such a
speed had been maintained on a long
trip. Kven tho firemen had no
pievlous oxpulonce of tho heuvy
pressmo which fncd the vessels on
Ihelr almost rocoid tun fioin Trlsco
The Tcnncstcp was tho fliBt In tho
lull Inn, nnd w.ih nltondy docked nt
tho Alnke.i street whurf befoio (ho
Wnshlngton glided by to her berth
nt the Oceanic dock. 'The llvo es
tcls Id romo lu vvlll cniumcnco coal-
llng ut once, and the l'ennsylvnnln
nnd Maijlmid, at piesent anchored
outslilo the leqf, will come In liuiue-
i dlntely aflei to put coal on
The) wll) load to eupatlty onco
more hqroro stinting on their Orlcu
tul Liulso. . f
Tho vesbols (mpe In fclght In long,
perfect itflBiiiiielit, nnd It was nt
Hist hud to count them. The giay
paint that has supoitedeil the whlto
gave tho lighting machines a gilm,
! ARE ROYAL HOSTS!
Congressional Party Re-
ceive Av Warm
WAII.UKH, Maul, Sept. 9. Mnut I
will receive the Congressional party
wlth open duns. Sugnr batons
mid co-iituoti plclilnns alike will ex
tend the rlcht blind of good fellow
ship to the (llu!ln,gul3hcd vliltors
v. hlle on Pali Kama's slrnud. Spc
clil Knvo) O. Alkiu wired fiom
Hnvr.ill io Chairman W. 1'. I'ogui
todiy that Hie vMfTile patty would
b cikfiHt i'j ly ul liana Siitida)
lnoi nlng, the l.'lh Twenly-flvc'
will ride oveVUinJ, the rest contin
uing on thcMniiifti Kci nnd arriving
ul uanuliil befoie noon. No Italea-
The vurlous ie"eptlon nnd enter
tainment coinnilttccK in the ilnnn
Mnknvviio, Knhiilui, Wrlluku hik
l.uhiiliui dl't.I ti nro doing their ut
most to get ever) body on Maul tn
tinn out to meet Hie Congressmen
mid theli' wives. Although the gen-
e ul entertainment committee In
Honolulu had advised ugalnst giving
Lhibointe lu ins, the populate vvlll
ncviithidess, give breakfasts or
luncheons In the various districts.
Mutilans regret very much the Hint
of tho time on Muul to two dn)s.
nnd, added to the fact that Muul
vould rccclvo only $500 for ciyicns
es, the Ilalaeakala trip will be 'elimi
nated from the Itinerary of the Con
gressional party, nnd none will re
gret this mora thun the visitor
themselves, for to cut off tho llnlea
kala trip while In sight would have
tho same effect on one's mind ns
turning nwny from the North Pole
when within ensy reach. It is re
grettable beyond conception.
Tho Mnkawno nnd Knhulul and
I'uunene peoplo-wlll entcrtnln the
visitors Sunday afternoon and eve
ning. The party vvlll bo taken to
Ino Vnlloy Monday forenoon.
Luncheon will bo served nt W. 11.
Field's "Ke-I'unl-Wnl." There will
be a grand reception at tho Wnllu-
l.u court Ijouse nt 2 o'clock. Tho
up-country, people have been Invited
to Join In this nffnlr: Tho Wnlluku
reception nnd entertainment com
mittee, Manager l'enhallow chair
man, met nt the town ball last eve
ning and added over eighty more
names to the list of the Wulluku
committee. The decoration commit
tee consists of K. II. Hurt, J, F.
Welch nnd Mesdames Hose Kepolkal,
Mnry Hal nnd Carol) n Case. Now
iilmost cverjbody Is tt committee
man or coinmlttcrwcimhn, and If
an thing Is left undone, the discov
erer vvlll only hnvo to bhimo hlln
self or herself Mr not having hnd
the foi islght to think ot It In time,
and In this way much of the adverse
criticism will be obviated, but there
will bo same natural born knockers,
of which Wnlluku boasts more than
her fnlr sharo, who will bark at
the moon If they hnve nothing else
to kick about, and kicking nt least
makes the Individual reel that his
nlry nothings would bo effective.
The I.nhann Committee under tho
general supervision of Manager
Weliulielnier will give tho guests nn
open-air evening tea under the cool
shade of tho bannn treo In tho
court house jnrd, while a thousand
Incandescent lights glittering hc-
ne.it ti mo foliage of tho big tree
will furnish enough light to turn
night into day. Tho Maunn Ken
vvlll leave I.aliulna for Honolulu be
A big Japanese banipau was
launched at Klpcl Saturday after
noon. The event was witnessed by
hundreds of people. Wine nnd sake
wero picntiiui. The sampan was
nbout sixty feet long and will bo
furnished with n 40 horse-powei
gnsollno engine. It Is tho biggest
,flBhlng boat of Hint class In the Tui-
rltory, It Is claimed, nnd could easi
ly land n hundred or two blue jack
ets from the "Mlknsn" whenever
Adnllial Togo feels like coming to
pay his respects tohls thousands or
admiicis on Maul.
1 B. R. House and Lot, AlevTa.S 500
Q B. R. House and Lot, Nuu
'u Valley 500
''. a. House and Lot, Auwai- 1
2 B. R. House and Lot, Kapa- i
3 B. R. House and Lot. St. I
Louis School . 1,125 '
etc., etc., etc.
Tj Tp Tj Qswosisjnilni
L X ! Xvi KyvXClU.vXI
74 S. King St.
Bartholdt Tells Why
Hawaii 'Got The
"And I r.m tell ou that u
wouldn't hive rot Hint niiiiroiirlu-
Hon If ott lin In t hail a Delegate Itn
Washington whom wo liked" Ihli
leiu-ii. o, io ihreuumn llartholdi
'vhlle tad.ini; of public r.ullillngs tu
uu.nbe. ti nun In the tdnoldni'
ooiii of tie Maun I K"i, speaks fo
lic high v i' in in which ilnwall'K
)c legate U held miir.li llU col
Link .McL'.'in llehK trnve'ed with u
inp of l.nnnl In hi imcKct. mid the
tost Insistent luriiihci.i were men
rs ot tho linmlgintloti- Coiiimls
PJPLE OF HOf A
Indlgm.nt at the vv.i) they wen
it'ited by the llnno'ulii leceptlun and
entertalmnent commllteiM, who lire r
lug along Willi the Coiigreislon.il par
ty, the p"iiplo at Kona vvlll watch foi
an opportunity to get oven with the
According to some of the Kona x o
I la who arrived this morning on the
Milium Ken. they say that they woro
not accorded fair tieatment at the
hniids of tho Honolulu entertainment
committee. They claimed Hint when
tho Congressmen and their wives
daughters and sous arrived nt Kona,
tjiey were not Introduced to tho Kona
icceptlon committee, which conslMcr
of Senator linker, Hon. It. I,. Kano
wehl and others.
Knw.cwihl, onto sergeant nt nrnis ot
the House of Representatives, It Is said
bud preiuml a luau Intended for the
Congiessloiuii party, but without wait
ing to enjoy tho hospitality of the
Konaltes, John C, line, It Is claimed.
ushciid the dlstlngulrhod guests onto
tho waiting conveyance nnd whisked
This uiigrnclnus.net on the pirt ol
tho Honolulu committee nugered tho
fcenllemen of Kona.,
i It is generally oxiccteil Hint n pro,
test, signed by tho Kona recciitlou
committee, vvlll be sent down hero tol
tin h.illm ,..,(1nl... n,.1r..H ...! f.. !
itiu uuivi i.uiiiwiiij. iiani-i 1111(1 l(l I
vewchl, it is said, claim that the.v
woro Instrumental In appropriating
funds tu bring tho Congressional paity
hero, but while lieio they wero rushed
jway by those who had no voice In the
legislature. They nro disturbed nt
not being Introduced to tho National
lawmakers. . ,
Progress Ial being made on tho can,
opy that (a being built over tho re
served sent section of tho Park Thent
er on Kort stret t below Ileretanla. To
night thcro will bo an entire chnngu
of program, and ono of those delight
lully pretty colored films, showing u
hlstorlcnl subject, will bo presented
It Includes 11 any events In tho life of
Lnglanil's unci owned king Cromwell.
There will be soma , good comedy
fkctches lu "MoonBtruck" and
"11, inks" Hint will aniline the'younger
element In the audience. Tho Paik
has been doing a good business lu
spite of tho other open air attractions
likI tho iinlleiices are) nlwaj3 tatlsfled
with what they sec. '
The clearness wllh which tho l&
Hires at the Empire nro thrown on the
screen has brought favorable com
meat from mainland visitors. And the
motions of the characters In tho rcenes
lire not lu Jig time but more nearly nat
ural, Thcio vvlll bo shown tonight tho
bnrles da illng with "Ijnly Helen nnd
Her nsenpades," II Is full of Interest
"A Tnx on Uncholois" Is ns full'of fun
ns nn egg Is of meat. "Tho (llrl W'ho
Sold a Hair Kestoier" Is also humor
ous. The engagement of Ilenrj Clatkc
tenor, line piovcn most successful nnd
tho joung man hns delighted thousands
with his gweet voice. Ills engage
cannot continue much longer and
tfiofo who have not heard him should
go tonight, wjicn his songs will bo un
William J, Mr) an has announced his
Intention of visiting the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific
eiosltlon at Seattlo during
tho closing week and plans nre helm;
Hindu for a Ilrnn day, probably on the
last day of tho fair.
Itetolved, That nn additional stun
of (line bundled (JIKJO.OO) doll us
lie and the sa.he Is hereby appro
pi tnted out of Hip (lener.il Fund, for
maintenance Wnlnnnnlo Hu.ul Ols
irlit, foi' the puloil ending J)ecetu
bei 31, 1909.
lnliodurc-tl by SupcrVbor
J. C. CJIJINN.
Oiled September 7, 11)09. '
'1 he fciiiilug ii wild Ion wns, nt
I regular mectlrg of the Ho nil uf
juperhiors uf the Cit mi MCoitnl
it Ilonjliilii, held on Tutailay, Sep
ember 7, '1909, pnuol to p.lnt on
the following vote of the snld Hoard:
A)es: Cox, l.og-ui, (Jiiliiu. Ta
Nocsi .Ahh, Tjklt. Total: 2.
Absent and not voting: Knn.,
MeClcllnn. Totnl: 2.
O KA1.AUOKAI.ANI, .IK ,
"lerl., C t nnd Conntv of llonoliil.l.
IIU9-.Sejit. 8, 9, 10, II, 11.
i2N3E?.s Fon vn.121 'Pirr..
Illils nre requested by the Itoird
r riupuivloiH of the Comity of
Inn 11111111 I n'dnck p m. Oct r,
or onu Ihiiiimud fed of c'glit-llii' l
ell cash g, ilcllvcied f. (l I, wll i f
Tliro of eirll'cst delivery mini In
l.ilnl llliH must be eiled In pi. ' l
nvelipe rnd marled TenJers for
Viler Pipe iiuil.nilduwil Io Ito.nd
r Sttpeivlsois, County of Knuil.
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