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EVENIN'Q IlULt:6TlN( HONOLULU," T. fi.;Tt:bN'K3lVAY', BMir;'iit"'M' "
Many Interesting Shopping
Specials for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
White Mercerized Shirtings and
25c quality 18d a yd.
30c quality 226 a yd.
35c quality , ...27 a yd.
White Fancy Pique,
"Regular Price 30c a yd. Special Price 206 a yd.
White, EcRular Price 33c a yd. Special 25 a yd.
Whitb, Bejrular Price 40c a yd. , Special 30 a yd.
New Allover Laces. New Allovcr
Hunr Laces. Babv Irish Laces, Pearl
hite and Gold Bands, Silver Spangle,
B We also have some very pretty new ideas in the double width nets
ifor gowns and waists.
1 LADIES' HAND CROCHETED
Very choice, only one of a kind.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS
Paragon frames and steel rods, very strong, 75 and upwards.
. LADIES' WHITE WASHABLE
LADIES' AUTO GLOVES
With very deep cuff. Good weight, but not clumsy.
Just the thing for throwing over
. S. Sachs Dry
Corner Fort and
1 '. ' Only
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29.
WAH CI10NG CO.
(DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
I Everything absolutely new and
resh from the Coast.
fAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
HIGH-GLASS PAPEB-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. V PHONE 3977
Embroideries. Heavv Band Laces
and Silver Bands,' Persian Bands,
very beautiful for eveninp;
the head in the evening.
Goods Co., Ltd,
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE. SEAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
BOYS FORM A
They Cast Vote as to Which Is to
Die First and One Then Blows
Oat His Brains.
J'.UI3, September 11. Astound
ing rovclatloiia lmvo Just been mado
concerning the sulcldo last week at
Clormont-Kcrrnnd of Illnlso Pascal.
The 1ml htew his brains out before
his sliuoj follows assembled In class.
It appeals that three boys cast
lots lo determine which was to Kill
hlmseff first, nml joung Neny diew
tlio fatal number. Ills two ncconi
lillces nt uncc rot to work to drive
hltn tn curry out his pledge by ac
cusing him of cowardice. The day
before his death they made him re
hcniso nil the details of 'the tragedy
and then marked with chalk the spot
whole he was to blow his brains
Whllo this grim rehearsal was
taking place In the empty classroom
a Junior boy put his head Inside the
dcor and saw what was going .on.
The others iliovo hint awny, saying.
"You know loo much; you will have
to bu put out of the way.
It appears that there was t. list In
existence of bog who were to be
Ten minutes before the final scene
In class Neny'g neighbor borrowed
a watch and said to him: "You know
vim have to kilt ourself at 20 min
utes' past .1. You have only ten
minutes to live."
When llvo minutes had elapsed ,he
reminded him again, and again when
enly two minutes remained.
Punctually to the minute the
wre'tclied boy rose, walked to the
pot where thn chnlk mnrk tvnn.
drew tho revolver and shot himself
In the right temple.
JAP3 NOW EATINQ MEAT.
Mikado's Subjects Learn That Flesh
Wllljncreate Physical Strength.
. Toklo, Sept. 11. Tho Japancso nro
Ijecomlng a nation of meat esaters.
Until about three decides ago. few If
any, Japanese nto meat of any kind
ilthnugh wild bear and cnlson wero
occasionally out but not rotnmnnlv
Now, beef, veal and poik aro Romo of
tho dally ncccssnrles. Mutton and
lamb nro also In great request, bit as
It Is very scarco In Japan, what little
that can bo had Is of Inferior quality
and has to be Imported from Shang
hai, i V
The, opinion among Japanese med
ical men is growing that beef Is very
beneficial to the health and general
physique of tho people. Thirty years
ago, when tho consumption of meat
wan small, tbe natfou was puny, und
ersized and pallid looking, but slnco
meat has been generally adopted as
in article of diet, tho people havo be
coma strong, healthy and well vdovol
iped. A meat diet, coupled with plenty of
physical exercise has wrought won
lers. A quarter of a century has seen
i marked Improvement in the health
ind stature of tho people. Haw fish
til nlsd largely consumed, but on ac
count of Its halng to ho very fresh to
'ii eaten raw. It Is an expensive Item of
Hot, nnd not commonly eaten by tho
Tho general oponlon of Europoan
nnd American observers Is that tho
ace-4ias vastly Improved slnco tho
idopllon of a regular meat diet.
515.06 Three bed room house on
Gulick Ave,, near car' line,
5500 Four-room, house and lot 50x
100 in Schank Tract, Nuuanu
VaHey. Very cheap.
P. E. R. Strauch
yaity Bldg. ' 74 S. King St.
,t n it a u u u t: a km natiutf:
a u n tt U a n h n m tt !. j tt tt u
"To point n moral anil adorn n (ale"
Is the mission br'tho Moving Picture
It Is tho Alpbaynnd Omega, the begin
ning and tho end of the whulo busi
ness. Hotter ,by far and more whole
some than listening to a prosy sermon
Is the object lesson tniight.in studying
at your easeBiich a story ns Is told
In the feature- film at tho Art Theater
today, cntttlcti "One Touch .of Nature."
Hero Is n hardened burglar, who Is
confronted wlh the piteous nppe.il of
u distracted mother who, In tho ah
sence of her husband, delivers up tn
him all her valuables, If ho will but go
In search of a doctor for her sick
child, accidentally poisoned, ho hav
ing previously cut tho telephone wires.
Tho better nature of tho man Is stir
red within lilm; ho not only rescinds
nobly, thereby salng tho child's life,
but be stealthily returns his booty and
Is persuaded by tho grateful parents
to abandon his criminal career and
becomes their mend, 'wins tiotn "one
touch of nature mako tho whole world
kin." In'nddltlon to tho dramatic
films there will bo shown sonio tcry
funny comedy ones, notably "A I'alr
of Garters," whllo the popular musical
artists, Armon Ilros., will present an
entirely new program.
It la expected by thu mnnigemenl
of tho now Highland Park, on the
giounds uf tho old Oem Theater, that
tho Human Itoulettu Wheel will bo
ready for operation next Saturday
light. Tills novelty In tho nmusemenl
line hns caused' n perfect furnro on
the coast and Honolulu in'oplo will
havo a clinnco to enjoy tho jlvcllest
nnd funniest of stunts both in riding
on the wheel nnd in watching those
"Ono Touch' of Nature," nn Intense
ly Interesting drama thowlng that no
matter how lo)v a man may have fal
len, there Is still n spark of good In
him, which niny bu reached. "The
Artist nnd the Olrl," It's tho old. old
story of man'B.wenknesB anil woman's
fascination.' Coine'dlpa: "llnys Will
lie lloyB," "A l'alr of darters."
JfoMd" and a "Iliirho'or'B
o"-W''ftio '-special films
Porslstonco" -are tho -spec!
which will betsnown nt the Park to
night. -The. inrk 'Is tho plensautcst
Ipot In iownllleso warm nights and
.with tho covrrlng'ovtr tln i-eered
(.eat section, one has nothing to fear
from a possible shower.
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lie concert thlir'vcnlng at Aula Park
at 7:30. The'program follows:
March St. Louis Cadets.. Lnurendcau
Overture Frfl'lMauilu Anber
IntermezzoKIng Over All ..Scoiiton
Selection Uohemlim fllrl Ualfo
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Herger
Selection Utile Nemo Herbert
Waltz Count Hoffman .... Offwibicli
Klnalo Under tho Doublo Kaglo ..
- Tho "Star Spangled Hanner,
KING IN THE HATCHWAY,
Th Ifln- f Vn,,l,. nn,l lllu BllltO
once visited a foreign man-of-war as' "" ""ry Jnies Walt until I fin
It lay anchored In the bay. One of ' ' chnl 'lor;
his suite, taking o wlnd-all. which' "'" wait until ou get to .the. next
conveyed 'air through thu hatchway "" ' lonKor' ""?
to the lower deck, to bo n ,.l.inn. ""' '"-'""d-
tlul pillar, leaned against It and fell t
through the hatchway and broko his
leg. ' I
Tho ofllcor q( tho deck did not sco (
what had occuned. An old shell-)
back quaitormiiutcr ruBhcdup to
him and .repeatedly touched his cap
wiinuui receiving any recognniou.
At last tho old fellow could stand It
no longer and shouted: I
"Please, sir, one of thorn kings
has fallen down tho hatchway!"
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Alllionxh there were nineteen rases
on the imlleo docket this morning, they
wero all continued. Tho attorneys,
lepieseiillng Iho dlffeicnt clleuls, wero
In court hut they weie not anxious to
go to trfal this morning.
I.ee Cheo Mnn, wild was arrested
last night by Delecthc Apanu, for
running an opium Joint In connection
with his ding store on King street,
near I.lltha, appeared In court, repro
i en led by Attorney Peters. Ills case
was continued until September 24,
when. It Is said, Peters will demur tn
tho complaint. Ia'o Cheu Man, was
tccently comlctcd In tho Police Court
on tho same charge, but fortunately
lor hliu, his sentence was susiended
for thirteen mnnths. It Is presumed
that should ho ho tried and convicted
on this new chuige, ho will he soeio
ly dealt with by Judgo Audrade,
Thu case against Ia-u Kong Wal,
charged with assault with a deadl
weaKin, was also continued until H3xt
l'rlday. September -I. Ho Is out on
ball of -lo.
II W. Condon, who Is ulleged tn
hno been conducting and maintaining
n lodging house In Iwllet for Immoral
purposes, was present In court, but
his C180 was onea more continued un
til Septeniher 2.r,, August Splllner, n
tpeclal police officer1 In Kwn, wnt
Irought up this morning by Deputy
Sheriff Kernandez, on tho chnrge ol
nrsault and battery on Ah Chong, n
Chinaman. Tho Chinaman states In
his CMiiplalnt that Hpllluer assnulte.
Jhlm without cam, thereby doing him
Judgo Andrndc, who was expected
to render decision In Ihu cases '
tertaln Japancso, charged with neg
lectlng to 'lake out merchandise lic
ense reserved his Judgment uutl'
"I can't wait nny further for,)on
Wlini BIO you rcnillllg. III1UW!
1 to 5 yean.
20 ROOMS FURNISHED.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. King St.
& Co., Ltd.,
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION. 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10.Jf
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion LaJy Skater of the World
ADMISSION 15c: Skates, 15
One Touch of Nature
(Esscray & Co.)
Famous Musical Comedy Stars.
"Come Back to Erin"
Cornet and Saxaphone
'El Capitan" March , . . . Dulcimers
Ne wTrick on the Violin.
"Hear the Pipers Calling"
"I Could Learn to Love a Soldier"
Admission as Usual.
The Home of Vaudeville.
J. C. Cohen Proprictoi
Of the Kings of Musical Comedy
Wise & Milton
And company of Singers, Dancers
and Musical Artists,
....10, 20, SO cent)
ilatinees Wednesday and Saturday
Open Air Theater
Fort Street' Below Beretania.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST
Admission 10 and 10 cents
Children 5 cents
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20.
GAMES TO BE ANNOUNCED
Seats on Sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., King Street. s
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
The yuvcrIoy dance hall will ho
spon tonight. Admtshlon 10 conts,
ladles free. Music by tho Kuwuihau
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. Sec his curios.
The largest assort
ment of lumber
in the islands,
which means that.1
you can get the)
Icinfithc ;tnH uirhh?'
you want for myj
class of work.
Lewers & Cooke, l
177 S. Kir.R St. W
entertainment for old nnd youn.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bld.
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
vhile here. Special rates for n round
he country tours have been fixed,
ncluding all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will give
ou several hours of the greatest
oleasure you have ever experienced
n sight seeing, at a surprisingly
ow price. The car when not ii
.srvice will be found standing in
"ront of the U. S. Naval Station
marked 'Tlect Car." You have only
'o phone 371 to arrange for special
A big stock of SCHOOL E00K3,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS. RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Wall,- Nichols 'Co.,
Remember the Place.
than any location in the islands.
fiOf e. ..:.. iii.i! r.i
uvu, uivmuuiiig, jwmug, iuuiormg.
Formerly' cntter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particulars at
TOVNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Sr.. Opp. Sachs',
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER:
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Mice: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
, King St.; P. 0. Box 011 ;
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