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nvENiNa nuu.nnN, Honolulu, t. ii ,, KiMUAvi suit; i Triads: '
I Crowds Are Attending Our
And all are delighted with the
beautiful hats, both imported and
those of our own creation.
No trouble to show goods
whether you. wish to buy or not.
- A Rare Opportunity for.
Tourists and Strangers
We have just received direct from Hongkong and
Canton, China, an immense shipment of hand-embroidered
Grass Linens, comprising:
Ladies' Gowns and ladies' Waists
Dining Cloths and Napkins
, 40x40 Inch Tea Cloths
36x36 Inch Tea Cloths
27 Inch Center Pieces
18. Ihch Center Pieces
12 Inch, 10 Inch, 7 Inch, 4 Inch
GRASS, LINEN by the yard or
piece in white and blue
Cor. Fort and Bcrctania Sts.
They Have Feet
When school boys wear C. H. Alden'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 arc of the same grade as our Regal Shoes
for grown-ups, Wc handle them exclusively. Full line of
sizes at S3 and $3.50.
Boys, don't forget to bring your worn out shoes here
,to be repaired.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandlcss Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Evervthine absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
IVAVERLEY BIX HOTEL ST.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Opp. Fire Station.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 659.
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
Tlic United Slnlci IllMrlct Altoi
iipj'b III co received n cubic toilav fiom
the Navy Department staling Unit tin
Wnlpln I'uiiltiaula clulniB were vcttlvi
nnil tliu l.ioncj ready to lie inld In tin
Now Hint Undo Snni lias d"dded )l
the amount of caxh necessarj to mnkt
Rood tlio blnstlim nnd dredtiiiB cai
rled on at the penhisiiln by tlio NiiM
Duptrtineht thero rcimlni Iml on
thliiK to do mil that Is tn discover Hi
owiiu-, or rotlicr pick tlio owner on
of a ncoro of would bo owners, bu
Undo Sam will not tackle tint Jub
, Instead tlio money will be pild Ii
the courts nnd then Uncle Sam wll
lem Inck In bis eai) chair and wale)
Hie scramble. According to the cibb
thin morning, the Nnvy. Rcpirtineii
will take no hand In the legal serai
(but Is now scheduled In ensue bu
will iiermlt the claimants to fight ll
tint ulthont Interference.
lie vvns the alowcit of joung men,
And ever) othei evening, when
lie culled upon his lady favic,
llo moved his sent up near her
nd whispered: "Dai ling, some lino
I'll pop the nutation, honor blight."
Kho listened till her lullciuc lied
And one night when thec winds lin
Tlio light went up! llo raised lilt
There was a big sign: "1). It Now!"
"resident Taft Is a wise, just,
magnanimous man, whoso polities
will venire for tlio. colored pciipla
theli (nil rights," deilnrcd Dr. Wil
liam M. Alexandai of It ilUniorc, acc
ntai) of tlio l.ott Cniej colored
ll.iptlst niltslon.iry conference.
James II. Hill, Jr., a IMttsliurg
business mini, who escaped from an
nsjltim nt Woodsvlllo, Pn", and wa'j
recaptured, leaped from a train tint
was ennveving lilm biri)tn tlio In
Htlt.itlon and wiut fntallv InltiMd.
Wells, Hirgn ft Co , b a contract
entered Into with the Mrxk.in gov
ernment, will control practically tlio
entlio cxprcs3 liuulnc3j of tlio re
VIEWS IN BARCELONA, WHERE
Donplto tdo meaner mul rlKlcll-cuiMuil repoitu fiom Spain, illHpiitchca from all p'llnla iiIoiik tlio I'iciicIi
lioidur linllcalu unnilHlnkulilr that tlio rovcilt In Alfonso'H dninaliT In puiulln. Tlio iimibI fcciimillonal lopmt l
, lli.it frcini Cirbcio, 1'ranto, shltli
ipmilor uf tho clt, wlieio thu uolultitilatH arts btriiiiKcht 18 constniilly IjcIiir raked by c.imiori tiro rroin tlio
hclKhta of Muntjiilcli, This fortresB, uhuio llifiiiBiiinlH of roMilutlonlstH ro IilM pilMintrH, la flnivwi In tlio ac
compaio Iiik llluatratloii. It la Ki-imrall) lii'llotcl In Uuropo that If n tcinpurar) fuo urn eminent has liccn ect
up In C.itiTlona It has Ita ho it In thu inniiiiUilna anil not within thu cqnflncH of IUiccloni It uimtil uipitu n
lnrfiu oliinio to nconl thu v.i uca tif ton or that wuio "cnftitcil In nml "liioiintl the cll ulicu tlio roMilt was nt
Ita height, Tho ioolutlunlata took women, old men nnd ihlldrcn finni tho n)liinih and plaiul llicm In front (
tho hanlcudcs In order to picunt tho tuddlua fliliiK nml to Klo tho uilitls llino tn fluht Fnni a of prisoners
liao boon shot In tho fortruaa of Muntjiilcli. Tliu cinjiilii Kun'iral'B ruporj to,hu w,n dtpailniunt (iintalna tho
Information that 1,000 pernoua wcio llf(l and moro than 2,800 wonmled In Hid HkMIiik "f tlio llrat two da) a.
It la iioslthelj naacrtcd that If tho
Now that tho Congrcssm in the
prepnilng to depart and the warm
lespltnllty of Hawaii will have (o
xpciul Itself on tho tourists to keep
illght, the following Associated
irca dlspitcli to the coast papcis
vlll be of Interest to entertain
llevcrly. Mass, Sept 2 I'rcsl
lent Taft In bidding good-live today
o Wnltcj Hly Clark, who Is to be
naiiguiatcd nt Juneau as tlovcmor
if Alaska, Oct. 1, unnouueed thnl he
would prob.iblj vltdtVhc noithwest-
rn Terrltoi next summer. It It
reportnl that If 'the I'ti-bldint should
jo ,to Alaska next enr he may ex
tend bis Ulp to Include tho Hawa
DEATH'S HAND HEAVY
ON CHICAGO BABES.
High Mortality Among City's Chil
dren Exceeds mat or Last
CHICAGO, September . Tho
mortallt returns of the early pirt
Of the week tndel S-ptembcr -till
wore unusinlly b,eiv), but In tlio
Intter half thorn was a decllno to
less than the dally nvciagc of this
The mortality .statement shows
most prominently that the "slaugh
ter of Ilium cuts" untiuui8. Tho
deaths among bibles nuditi 1 J ear of
ago consilium 32 per (cut of tho to
tal mortality1 of the wnlc and jet
the baby population Is but 2 Vi per
cent of the total population at all
nges Tho'bnhy death rale Is thcrc
oru nbouj. thirteen- times higher
than tho death rato nt nil other
ages. " ,
Dlarmheil illfctres kllhd Ml chil
dren under - jehrs of age during
the week, 11 less than In tho pre
ceding week, bill 43, moio lb in In
the coiCspondrb(j;,twiek n jear ugO
Next to dial robe ll dl s ises oines
tuberculosis ' In tint order of high
est mortallt), with l,s deaths; vln
lenco Is tlitnl with 17 deaths;
llrlght's disease fourtli. with H, mi'i
heart diseases llgth wllh 12.
Bulletin Bustneir Ofln e Phone 250
Unll.tit, TMtnn' Rnotn Phnn IBS
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utiles that tliu r-I Jn H.ircoloun lmo
iumiiiioii U nut soon cIkoUoi! n mllltnr) dlctaloi will ho tnmed nnd tit it
Hawaiian Opera House
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. 13
Actophone . Photographs
LIVING, SPEAKING. SINGINO, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.
PRICES ' 25c, 15c and lOo.
HEAD OF" CHICAGO STREET
RAILWAYS WHO FACED STRIKE
When 13.000 cmplojcs of the
Chtingo street rnllwajs voted favor
ably upon n ptopoial to strlko If
wngo demands which the) hail made
were not compiled with tho city was
confronted by a threat of the big
gist traffic tie-up In Its recent hls
torj. Hvcr since tho teamsters'
strlko of five jcars ago Chicago has
had a wholesome fear of similar ills
tin bailees, and I'usldent Thomas II.
Mltteu of the Htieit Hillway Com
pany has been ingcd by the cltlins
to do all In his power to prevent a
wnllNoul pf thu r men, l'ro
pnsali for uibltratlon Invn In en
made, nnd there Is still hope that
the strike liny bo averted.
(leorge It Moulder, tliltf girden
ei of tho Illinois Central railroad,
was dtelcd piesliUnt of the Atm'il
1 111 Ashiiclitlon of llnllioail tlniden
ers, which closed Us third annual
hd up a fico lupulillc aiul lluttlio
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1009
ST. LOUIS VS. DIAMOND HEAD.
Tickets on sale at M. A. Gunst & Co
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18.
C. A. C. vs. U. S. S. Tennessee,
1:30 p. m. t
J. A. C. vs. U. S. S. South Dakota,
3:30 p. m.
Your .machine will be ready( for
you when we say it will be. ' We
don't experiment 011 autot; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANr.r.R YOUNO BUILDINO.
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
King, near South.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop St;,
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
New Pattern Hats
Also Shanes ready for trimming,
arrived in Manchuria.
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania.
CLEANING AND DYING.
F. Thomas Dyeing Works
FRENCH LAUNDRY. Agents.
Abadie. Prop. Phone 1491.
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for around
the country tours have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will p,ivc
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service, will be found standing in
front 'of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fl'ct Car." You have onlf
to phone 371 to arrange for special
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER t ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST "PRICE.
Remember the Place.
Is Your Home
The Johnson Floor Finishes
are necessary in beautifying
the modern home. Wc carry
a complete line of these
goods, including Johnson's
Treparcd Wax. Johnson's
Wood Dyes. Johnson's Floor M
X'.Miat.J.a TAliH.An'a Vnatnimm Pi
Fine booklet. "The Proper
Treatment of Floors. Wood
work and Furniture," free
for the asking.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St.
lias No Equal
Wc know that Kce Lox
will give more satisfaction
than any other typewriter
carbon made. We do not
hesitate to guarantee it. It
it strictly non-smudge and it
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
IS AT THE TERMINUS OF THE
MOST INTERESTING AUTO RIDE
ON THIS ISLAND.
Saddle and driving horses for hire.
1128 Fort St. N
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
BUt-I.ETIN ADS PAY
! t 1
(Unoral Wojlor of Ciihin noloilot) will lio tho 111 in. ,