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EVENINd nUU.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIII'IISDAY. OCT, 7, 1909,
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Second Display of
NEW FALL MILLINERY
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct, 4th, 5th and 6th.
The very latest styles in
Direct from New York. One glance at the bold effects
in swell headwenr ord lined by the modistes wearing iri
the Fall and Winter s:ason will satisfy you that there is
nothing more to be desired bithcr in originality or size, ,
All the accepted shapes are here in SILK and' FELT,
in white, black and leading colors. -
Everything that is correct for millinery building:
.Flumes, Birds, Wings, Aigrettes, Quills, etc. a Elegant Fins
First Showing of
LADIES' NEW FALL SUITS
Newest Materials; Correct styles.
NEW WALKING SKIRTS IN, pleated effects, latest
styles in leading colors.
NEW WHITE SERGE SKIRTS, in latest cut, stylish
and dressy. . .
SOME OTHER NEW ARRIVALS,
CRYSTAL SILKS, in all of the newest shades. Very
stylish, nnd one of Ne v York's leaders.
DRESDEN SILK, all new patterns and colorings. Very
dainty, , .
A large assortment cf Silk Dress and Waist Patterns
selected from the New York market.
BEAUTIFUL NEW TRIMMINGS, in Old Rose,
Reseda, Navy, Copenhagen Blue, Light Blue. Pink, Tan,
Grey and Brown. Abo all colors combined with gold.
NEW CRYSTAL BANDS, narrow, medium and wide.
Beautiful for evening and reception gowns.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd..
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts. Opp. Fire Station.
Where To Buy
You can get the most for your money here. Whether
you want a zino or porcelain lined refrigerator, whatever
you want, large or small, you can buy it to the best ad
vantage from our large stock.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $23.
. Hotel St.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING, DECORATING. -
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
8PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Men Of Cruiser Bedford
-Will Entertain Friends
Minstrels 111 hold forth nt Occiinlc
whinf tomorrow ovenhiB. Tlie enter
t.ilmni'iit la to bo kIvcp by the men
or It. M, S. lliMironl. The matter ilf
mi entertainment dug been mooted liy
the Jolly tars over idnco their nriTvnl
ift tho port. Th;'ou)H hive ebeen
treated ropally durlns? their xtiy ut
Honoltil.l nnd to how their nppreclit
tlou of tlu ninny pleasures lavlplic.l
iipui them they hive prepared n i!ro
Aam of ions? etui rccltnjlons that Is
declined will oclllse :m thins of the
cm t Riven In n Ions time.
Several mltisticl klims of tho Hert
ford vtlfl have n prominent part In tho
flrut iKiitlon of the entertainment,
I.leiitenant -Johirton has bccn.RclcctoJ
ns IntcHocntor. There Is n litlai toitu
orrny of eml 'men, IncliiilluR .IessrB'
Wllllnmo, Wnlmiii, llobbs and Scott.
They nre pilmeil lth a tropical bnneli
of Jokes nml K.IKS.
In the pecotnl part BonKs ami rccltu
tlons will relRii Hiiprcnii. Mniiter of
A run Kcutlin;, who In n ballaillHt o'
rotn o'n board the vessel, will sins n
number of Harry Lauder's Scottish bal
lads, The show will bo Riven under the
nurplreH of tho Theatrical l'arty o
tho Bedford. This nisanlzatlon Is tho
lire of tho Mili while at Boa. -They
ervo to whllo nway many an otherwise
lonely or uneventful hour.
A'.lnnte number of Invitations have
been homed for the alfalr. The pio
dram commences' liromptly nt I
FOR WHOOPING COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaporised Cf taofen ilorl lite p.fotrimi cl
Xt'tioofnna. CtutS. Ll.d(Jfd Ciolp tannol
li.l hi Claolnaj,latiil. Il (ill J.tKlIr
pn nee and Uiroal, rralinf brfathing fair in lh
CiM oi cot Jf t ka.Si the a" thrMt and Hop, tha
couth. Il il a boon to luuVreil bora Aithma
vCratoWna II a powet'ul tetnticUt., aclinc both
aa a cmaltvc and ptcvrntive in rontaaioui dei.a
Crcialana'a brat McomffleiKlaUon ia lla Ihirlx
yaanl ot lucccaalal VIC
Fa S!a l H DrutUli
Stni Pe-lltfoT llattlf-
TIot Tablola. aimplt
and aodhinf lot iKc ll
Mated thraat 10c.
Tia Vaa Crtaaltn Ct.
1M ratln Jlt,rt.
Ka Talk Cilf.
WONDERFUL YARN ABOUT
THINGS FROM KAHULUI.
Waterfront Reporters of New York
Have Lots of Fun 1'emng
Stories of What They Brought
Some ot tho dreams on Hawaii
bint como out of New York nre won
derful, and this from the New York
Kventng TelepGram Is not tho least:
There was plenty dolntf aboard
the llrltlsh bark I'oohn Sucy, In port
from the Island of Kahoolawc, ot tho
Hawaii group, during the eleven
weeks that It tool; to make the Jour
ney around the Horn to New York.
When the big vessel reached the bu
gar docks nt Oreenpolnt two Biinkcs
and two centipedes were unshipped,
nnd all htiflds. from Captain Wlllets
down, breathed easier than they hnd
Hlnco Apr" 2G last, twenty-four
hoftrs out of tho port of Kahulul.
Hawaiian centipedes are known as
the most dangerous and aggressive of
their species, und It was, therefore,
with the greatest caro that every
body concmed In tho loading process
In the harbor In tho Pacific handled
tho stuff thnt came aboard und kept
watch for undesirable stowaways.
Kail I'retz nnd Jlmmlo O'llrlen,
lioVuii nnd quartermaster respect
ively, kept guard .on the gangways
und watched the packages und enses
go aboard, und sciutlnlzed every lilt
of matting and bamboo that came
from the wharf to the sailing Bhlp.
Tho Fooling fluey weighed anchor
and set suit eastward across tho l'a
cllle.on the night of April 24. All
hands then Joined In n iniiBlculc, In
which 1'ictz and O'llrlen rbok part as
end. men, nnd In which Johnnlo Cus
ter nnd Frederick Mahler played tho
guitar, und mandolin respectively.
Captain Wlllctt after tho show
handed a liberal noggin around and
once moro all hands prepared to
tumble In tho hammocks
On tho way forward Krcddlo Mah
ler stumbled over something near tho
entry to tho gnlloy and ho und his
mandolin went flying across tho
deck In tho direction of tho star
boa id rail. When Mahler picked
himself up ho discovered n nine-foot,
black snake colled uii on dock. His
cries brought his shipmates to tho
bfjot, but when,, they ariived thcro
was no snake nnd Mahler wan chid-
ed for his appaient susceptibility to
a Blnglo dram,
Disconcerted und angry at his fel
lows, Mahler went to tho fu'es'le.
Ho wus about to stop Into his bunk
when 1'ieti, occupying tho hunk
r.hove lils, gave a jell and tumbled
out tolho floor.
"An octopus!" shouted Pretz. "A
devil flsh! A crab with hair on It!,"
The half dozen men In the crew's
qunitcrs at tho time lushed to
I'retz'u bunk, but 'found no trnco of
nnythlng worse than an ordinary
Tho nexl evening Johnnie Custer
was spinning n hcu nrn when ho
puts his haiid In his pocket to find
some tobacco una cmitlcii a snout.
Ho leaped to his feet 'and was doing
his 1)ct to tear off tho lower part of
his garments, the meantime dancing
a Salome accompaniment to his con
No one. of llioso sitting nbnul him
dated to go to his rescue, nnd lllially,
v.hen tho trouper!) had come off nnd
lay In u heap on the deck, ono of
the crew stirred them up with a bit
of stick, nnd dislodged n mm lie about
four .feet long fiom the pocket Into
which Custer had thrust his hand.
For tllree weeks none on tho
Fooling Sucy took 'n comfortuhlo
snooze, day or nlghf. On the after
noon of May I'D.-'Mahler discovered
Ills first and original snake nsleep on
Borne mnttlng'utilter the half-opened
hatchway over the forwaid hold.
Without dlstuijilug the snnko ho
called to, others nnd ninny gazed
upon tho largo and deidly looking
crpcnt thnt was estimated at about
ten feet In length. When nn effoit
was mndo to catch it, It got away
und was not Anally caught until
July 4, when' another of the crow
caught It with n ciotehed stick nnd
plnced It In n box. I'retz caught
his own pet monster on May 21. II
proved to be u centipede nbout a foot
long. It had 1,97 '1 feet. On May
30 Frnnk Fnrrelly cmight a second
centipede, anil both Insects were
placed. In a box nnd saved for the
llronx Zoological Gaidens. The
Fooling Suey was searched ns no ves
sel was ever searched before, but
nothing Jiejond the two snnKcs nnd
two centipedes ' were dlscovcied.
aboard. All four were sent to Di
rector Hornaday when tho Fooling
Suey tied up tit tho sugar docks.
M'BRYDE AND OLAA
. AGAINJQ FRONT
Active Bidding For Both
Stocks At Higher -Prices
Olaa and Mcllr.wlo Btlll hold the
hoardH In the stock, market nnd thu
l.rlco la advancing steadily on favor-
table teportu and n general It cognition
that those to-called chciper stocks' nre
Soon after the Exchange meeting
Ihls forenoon the biokeig weie out
looklng'for McKrydo at 41 with very
little coming out, nnd tho demand for
Olan was ns ncthc at ever
Various roasona nio given for this
rctlvlty but the real cause Is the fact
frequently pointed out by this pater
that consldeilng the geneinl condition
of the market und of the properties
thenifclvcH, tin) notations for the
chenper stocks haeruU'd altogether
too low. "
Nineteen thnutnud dollars of Illlo
Hallway ucio leporlod today. Oahu
Hugar mjM nt 32.73, This In n
rdiado olf the recent (imitations but the
stock Is not weak. Walalua nold ut
llS.fiO nnd Ih Btrengthentngjigiln Pio
neer again sold at 183. Tho market Is
Hrong.nnd inonej Is comparatively
Thcro Is a duo croud out at the
cricket match, which began at noon
today, Tho weather Is perfect for tho
gnmo nnd n cool breeze Is blowing
r.croBS th efleld. quite u number of
the sailors from thu lledloid nro out
watching their officers ut work on tho
The tl. O. M. of local cricket Ib tnk
lug part In the game, and a number
of the wives nnd daughters of tho club
members nro dispensing icficshments.
Captain Fllzhcrbert ot tho Naval clcv.
cu Is handling his men In flno form
nnd at tho present Btago tho game
looks n very open one.
I!oh Andrews is skipper of tho local
cloven and tho men behind lilm uio
Bhowlng good form. The details of
tho play ui to the tlmo ot going to
press nro ns follows:
Tho men fiom the Iledford went In
flrtst nnd lost four wickets for 147
Salaries uelwren"!l,200 und $2,
01)0 will be phid by tho 'government
to mco-wlth agricultural training
who passed n civil sorvjeo exnmanu
Hon nt WiiBli'lngton on Sept, 22, to
select eligible for nKslstnnts In grnln
btundnrdlzatlon in the bureau ot
For, Benefit of Women who
Suffer from Female Ills i
Minneapolis, Minn. "I wnsn great
iillerer'irnni female troubles which
caused a wt-nkness
mid broken down
condition of the
system. 1 read so
i:. Pinkhatii's Vep.
had done for other
suffering women I
fell sine It would
help me. nod I must
grew Hlronj;cr,aiid w II bio three months
I was it perfectly well woman.
"I want this letter made public to
show the beni'llt women may derive
from l.jilla 1). l'hikham's Vegetablo
Compound." .Mrs. .Inns- (1. Moulin,
2115 Second St., North, Jllniieapolls,
Ihoiisamls of unsolicited nnd genu
ine testimonials llku tho above provo
tho elllelency of I.jdla 11. Piiikham's
Vegetablo CnmpotiiuL which is tnado
exclusively from roots and herbs.
Women who suffer from those ills,
tresslng Ills peculiar to their sex should
not lose sight of these facts or doubt
the ability of I,) ilia K. I'itiMi.im's
Vegetablo Compound to restore their
If voti wnnt special nitvlco write
t 3ii-H. IMuulmiit, nt Lynn, Sinus,
Sliou 111 trout, vourlct tcrnsstrlctly
coiillilrntlnl. Fur HO yeiir.M slio
linn been lielpltii; sick women In
this way, lree of clmrgo. ,l)oa't
hcsltuto Mrlte ut ouce.
Governor Hadley In mi nddiess at
the annunl picnic of 4he"Mls'soiirl Ite
publlcnn Club nt Italians City de
claicd Missouri cities must be clean
ed up or ho would remove tho police
. GRAND COMBINATION.
hooscvcll wns returning from Af
"JcI'b gtvo him' threo cheers ami
a tiger,'' suggested one of the recep
tion committee. Hut tho others
thought It too tame, nnd ns thu
mighty hunter Ktepped down tho
gang plauk ho was greeted with
tomethlng like this: ,
"Hurray! Hurrah! Wart-hog!
Wart-hog! Hah! Ilah! Itnh! Hip
po! Ithlno"! llartbeest! (ilraffe!
Crocodile! Kali! Itah! Ituh!"
BULLETIN AOS PAV -533
WILLIAM DEANH6WELLS, AUTHOR,
WHOSE ILLNESS CAUSES ALARM. v
lit .v '' r-s ?.ls
tprymiaHr. my ovro vvnrsyfroT. v. S
Howolls, who Is III ut his summer nmc ut IJHot, Me Mr.-llowells has
been under constant caro ot phjrlelana recently und has been advised
lo go to Caflsbad If ho ran gain strength enough to m.iko tho Journey.
Should ho undcitnkc tho trip ho wlllj'.e iictoiupaulid by his daughter,
Unlet was 1,0011 ' Mlltlioil. and Mis. Ilowells will icuiiln nt F-llot Mr. Howell's ailment
restored und Mahler and I'retz werolls a stomach dltoider, nnd nt time sho sulfeis much pain. Tho miliary
put down by the rest of thu Ballots
as likely candidates for tile. total ab
stinence, league. .
has reduced h(u flesh nnd weakened him bo that his condition at times
Is alai tiling. Ho Is In his Bnvcnty-.soiul eur, having been born 111 net-
i moot county, Ohio, In 137. ,
These friezes, just received,
ate decorative novelties of jU
4 pirt ItfrtliAsf "miMf 1m li nm in 'I
effect produced is fully equal, Kj
if not superior to fresco work, W
wjiuc ins cost is a mere irac
Lcwers & Cooke, 9
177 S. King St.
FOR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH.
$2,750 Large Cottatre in good
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric litrhts. sewer.
Corner lot 50x160. Fruit trees. On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain,
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line just received.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE'.
83 Merchant St.
In addition, to the 20 two-minute
and 20 four-minute records issued
monthly by the Edison Phonograph
Co., they have issued n facial list of
50 new four-minute Ambcrol rec
ords. These are now ready for ssle,
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
THE BROAD VERANDAS AT
AFFORD A DELIGHTFUL SPOT
FOR YOUR SNOOZE AFTER YOUR
AUTO RIDE AND A GOOD LUNCH
For Sale by The
-THE BANK OF HAWAII. LTD.
For home entertainment.
BERQSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle,. silver
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. See his curios.
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
1 .101-100 KINO ST.
PHONE 10 V 0. BOX 78
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
sent of Latest Stylet in
1028 NUTMNU ST
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P.'O.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
CONTKAOUm and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
(luce: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto, '
Tired Feeling,-. ..
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Do Not Let Your
Contract for clcctrio wiring or fix
tures until you have consulted the
Union JSlectrio Co.,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.. AGENTS.
The 'Bull tin Publtthin: Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing comnany on
the Pacific Coast and It prepared
to give estimates on high-Krade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Lntcst in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
'for smart functions.
Levy's for Groceries
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED 'COOK;
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to sec all our old cus
tomers come tack.