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New Wash Materials
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An entirely new assortment to select from. Very latest material
niul .newest dss!gn3.
HEW PBIJTTED BATISTE ' '
i In shipes nnd figured, very pretty colorings, extra wjdc, 15 a yd.
" f ATIN STBIPE REPP
A new wash material in white, pink, light blue, Wisteria, brown,
taupe and 'Alice blue, 350 a yd.
A new material in stripes and checks. All new patterns, extra
, wide, 250 a yd.
Another new material in solid colors with sitin border, washable,
beautiful colorings, 300 a jd.
NEW GINGHAMS ,
Solid colbis, fancv stripes and checks, also bordered effects in new
patterns. Special 100 a yd.
Complete Fall Stock of Dress Goods
Tall patterns and ideas predominate throughout this department.
SATIN FINISH FRENCH SERGE
With invisible stripe, new colors: Taupe, Wisteria. Tobac, Old Rose,
Sage Green, Alice Blue; all wool, double width, $1.50 a yd.
Entiicly new weave in popular colors, 000 a yd.
I New and stylish; Navy Blue; Wisteria, Royal and Giccn; double
width, 000 a yd. ' ' . '
In white, black and colors; 750 a yd. i
MADRAS COINAGE CURTAINS
In green, blue and combination stripes, tassel cuds, $1.50 a pr.
In Roman stripes, rich colorings, double width, 500 and 000 a yd.
Tor couch coverings, pretty combination colorings, extra wide,
$1.25 a yd.
. JET NAIL HEADS
For dic!3 trimming, in small, medium" and large size, very much in
NEW BOX RUCHINGS
Six nieces in a box; assorted in all white or white, pink and blue.
350 a box.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
USE ordinary soap
for ordinary pur
poses; Ivory Soap
That is the rule in most
. households; and it is a
It applies most partic
ularly to colored goods,
wash silks, lawns, dimi
99AJ0 Per. Cent. Pure
IOW ME A MOTHER
And I'll show vou on a who likes to have her baby have
PrOFER FITTING" SHOES. Mrs. A. R. King's Babies',
Children and Misses' Shoes are REAL SHOES of the very
.fipest and softest leather. Hade on real nature shape lasts
for glowing feet. Our stock is fresh and new and com
prises many new ideas. We invite every mother to call
and sec us.
See 0 lr Window Display.
SHOE REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
Regal Shoe Store, - cor. King and Bethel
TAMPER WITH AUTOS
Reward offered and Police
On Trail of Guilty
OnuiTB (if nntuinonllcs uiu up In
iiiiiih H(UlnH liiallcltniH t.iiiiiorlli(,
with tlnlr midlines! ulillu lUti'iiillui,
the tlioilto riid ulliu public ciform
miccH, llirco tujcliliiea civ iilmtM
put out (if (ouuhIbhIoii hud 11IU1I Ii)
!"b whii liad Ik en left In cli.irKu in
tin in, niul the pullet! n ro I (1 ii rt-irch
In,; foi Uiu Kiillt) parties. In imo iafe
?3ii reunnl linn boon orterul lur lla
uru-st of Uiu ciilinlt.
It linn Iici.ii lliu cii.Hlnni fur koiih
lime, Mlieiu itu uuner ilrhcs Ills nun
iimcIiIiiu in iIi.i-IkiiiiV' mint Im) It
watch tit auto ilnrliiK tlio P-'ifonn
mice. Whether liiHplieil li) the innilli
mi the pirl uf no.ui; evil minded pei
nm, or whctlur from ciluilual liibtinci
tlu-co nwiipni letiirneil nfler the lim
tii flliti their tlrcH piiuctuioi uigln
t.uniercil with, unit Hie innN'Ine cn
i rnlly put In bid i-lnpe. Dtlruhut
hum l)ei n pill mi the ti nil of the null
ty parlleH, i nd nriosts nio opecteJ
In the future n Rtrlct jkiJIco Kii.ird
w III he mnliit.ilin.ll, mid nny one cnuKlit
tmnperliiB with the iilicliaiilmii uf nny
iiiitoiuolille will lie pintuptl) arrested
nnd pniilElictl ncconlliiK to Inw, , A
c.ir In Ji(l will noun put n pttip tn
mcli work, which means In every ease
i.ti txH.'H8c ruiiKlnt; from S5 to $100
In tacli owner of a uiulIiIuciI-iiu igeil
' LEWIS CASE CONTINUED.
Tho attornvjs fur K II, I.nwls, tho
Mitomolillo iiiuu, chawed with IkuIiik
Inlleil In comply with the regulation
for the proper iiiimherlns of IiIh ma
clilneK, Bccined a. poxtponcmoit In thu
cane ut I 'oil co Court IIiIh morning The
(me Iiiih lie t n continued until Octoher
A liiecthiK of the Aliahul liilani n 114
Wnlilnu llnwnll will lie held thin after
noon at half pant time In the parish
house of St Andrew's Cathedral for
the dlxpitch of liuiHirlaut IiiisIiicsh.
A full attendance of the members ami
their filunU are coidlallj linlieil til
hu ll Oct lit.
Transport Thomas Steams -Leisurely
and Smashes no Records Ves
sel Carries", no. Regular Organi
zations rilipino Band Aboard.
iMnslrhuifl and munltlona of wnr
arc holiiE rnri1eiffortlio l'lilllpplhe
Inland liy the ynllctl States Army
tiansport Thomas,"'' 'llieariiiy boat
Is (teaming In u Iclmirel) manner
iiclow thojl'nIIU'j , 1J( was a little
mcr Rill en "i1iiij In loiujng down
f i om Han Pi uncivil.
Tlie Thomas pulliil up at the old
nnal slip shortly ufloi 7 o'lluik
this tnoi nlriB niul thu nrihal was
wltnesseil bj a number of lntirestcd
fi lends. ' .
The TliMnM VifiA ii largo Beiieral
r.irco of supplies fur tho nrniy nnd
iiuirtcimastir' iltpnrtinuit in the
Melwl) ami niuiinltlon share the
capacity of the transport. The for
ncr U plentiful! eiipplled thiouKh
he able mcdlumshlp of the Philip
pine Constnhtilnr Hand, whlili Is
letuinliiK tu the "I'carl of the Ori
ent" after six mouths tour of the
mainland, The oiRiulzntlou in
cludes sonic elKht musicians. They
lie under tho ellliknt leadi-rshlp nt
Captain Walter LovIhk, who as u
unit conductor' hns no peer in the
in Cist. Tile band bojrf uro ficl
iiK fine nftcr their tilp, but they
ue countliiK the dajs which will
iirlni; them closer to .Manila mid
t lie 1 1 Aminos.
Tim Coustabiilat) band IcTt the
I'lilllpplnes In time to attend tho In
.iiiKiiiatlon of President William II.
fnt, ther patron suit. It was at
he expiessT wlili of Tuft, that the
Philippine rnUnli l.ini 'wcie' sent to
he I'nltej Slate').
Under the lunnasciuent of a Ma
nila promoter ih'i' baud was then
loined tliroiislt' (lie insterii states,
rile) hae met with fair sttcicss,
.noiiRh tlie first pin lion of the sea
son was xumowliut ilis.istious to (ho
.Manila Imtlnei-s mini who fliiuiited
the deal. It Is belleted that the six
uonths' tour( will not icsult In n
jreat Ids to till) promoters. ,
Thu baud bdy ltae the bett or
he dial In u'cr) wnj'. They will
iielo nuw unffoims and new' baud
instruments' uilou their rotuin to
.Manila. This Btliiulntlon was In
sisted upon by former (.loicrnor (Jm
enil JiuiiiB P. Smith, who also toolc
occasion to prevent nuj possibility
or the Klilpln'n musicians from bo-
i online stiaiulcjl In the United
States should the lour pioo u flnuii'
dally ills.iBlioiM one. i
llrtK.ullvr lieneral 'John J. Pcish-
iiiK Is tho lanMiiR olllier on iionril
thu Thomas. He Is letmnliii; to tlie
Philippines nftcr seelnl years' nb-
tence on tho mainland. (lencinl
Perilling Is one of thu heron of Mo
inland. He has been on thu trull
of tho Minn' bandits anil refractory
chiefs durliiK'lv'tc'rul liot nnd spir
ited lampnlKus. Io was much
Kratilli'd to km n. some months uro
Unit tho famoux JIKliI, the terror of
tho Siilu seas, was annihilated..
Tho pailllcatlou of this plr.itlr.il
Infested nna u,ear IJonicn waters
has caused much lolltt fu armj clr
elcs. The Thmnasf lulnRf casual to tho
Philippines. Knr Honolulu the us
ee! hroiiRlit ,i pisicnKers. 14 being
In the first cabin nnd 31 . In the
Through pisiengorg Include. 289,
of which 117 nre 111 the inbfn, IU
second cabin and 1H2 In the steer
The mitigation officers report n
flrst-cliiss tilp. The 'lliomas ton
eumed a II ti lo over seviu days on
her ojage. The etfel was In wire
lesu comniunlcntton foi the last live
N'o atteniiils wer mailo In smash
any ricoids n'ong these lines, how
ever lliu Thomas wlitlessed tho
Matioii stinmcis on Koiernl occa
sions nnd Keen led the positions of
tho Prism bound stenniers. The
Thomas wlrettht also caught n lues
sago f i om the Aliluedn last night
The tcssil lommciucd tnhlug on
the, ieillicd Ile lmiidud tons of
coal almost Immediately ' upon nr
rlial. Supplies of arlous Kinds
llll also be tiiKcn aboard.
It is the intention of tho trans-,
port to rem 1 1 n nt Honolulu for
about thlil-bl hours. Hits will
give iimplo opporttin!t for heating
the Constabulary band.
KOHALA WAS GOCD
TO OURJMNB BOYS
lMltor i: en I ng II u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
Please mention this Hi in for tho
niembeis of the llojal llnwnllan
Hand nt Kohnla:
While spending n part of onr
one months ncitlon on tho big Is
land of Kohala, we wish to cxlutul
our cungi.itulatlons to Mr. nnd Mrs,
.McDougal foi tho warm ami hearty
ip.-epllon they hnc ghen us, c
nppiccliito tho trial us ono Hint wo
mi limiinhcr us long ns wo Hie
We also -thank tho people In Kohala
for ghlng us full houses In tho two
louicils Rhm at Kohala Social Hall.
Kuliula, Oct. 11, laoa. .
GAMBLERS LEAD IN CITY CRIME
('..unbleiH miido up tlio largest ng
RreK.ltlon of offender.! ni?nlnKt thn Iti
nnd count for tho Month of Septem
ber iiccoruiiiK in n report W nun Ins
been subniltti'd to tho Supervisors by
County Sheriff Paul Jarrett.
Tlio ganibllng fraternity rounded up
hv tho polleo for tho month nuiubeied
131. Thin followed the nrrCst of CI
UllfottlinntCM Will) Imbllied ri.rnioiilu.l
spirits. Assault nnd battery' cnt.es
niimucreu j.i. violation or liquor ordi
nances 13 and adultery I Ilurglar) 2,
luejilng illsorilerly houses 2, telling
oiliim4 nnd vngraifcy lS'cn'ses Dur
lug tho mouth the count and fit po
lleo inailu 303 nrrcsts with 301 -cumlc-tlons.
CITY AND COUNTY FINANCES.
The umoiint of cash on hand with
tho Cit nnd County Treasurer at tho
close of business on St ptembcr dull
amounted to $130 273 93, accoidlu,; to
a repoit submitted to tho Supervisors
hehl last night. Tho ivKirt was placed
Tlio Supervisors will meet on Kit
urda) nt noon for tho passagu of tho
warrants for salaries.
Among thu passengers who left tlio
United Slates aim transport Thouiss
nt this port worn Captain W. II II.
Chapnlnu and mother Captain Chip
m.tit Is mi olllccr in tho Twentieth in
When shown positive and reliable proof that a certain
rnnedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
I tere are two letters which prove the efficiency of Isydia
E. Pinldiam's Vegetable Compound.
Itcil Ilniiki, 3II.KS. "WiinlM nro iimdrqiiutn to express wliut
Tallin 12. I'liiklmnt'M Vogi-talilo Compound lins done for me. 1
suffered from n fciiiulo ilisousn nnd ucakness vvlileli tlio doe
tois snlil uiik euilM'il byn fllirold tumor, and I commenced to
think tlieru ns no help for inc. r,.vdlii 13. lMukliuniN VcKctuhlo
Compound inndo mo a veil moiuiiii iiftcr nil other immns luid
failed. My friends nro nil asking- hnt hns helped mo no much,
nmt I Kindly recommend lijilla 13. IMnkhuiii'ii Veiretnhlo Com
pound." Mm. AVIlIlo IMwiinlN.
irnnilistend. Maryland.-" JJcforo taking- I.jdln K. Plnkliiun's
Acirctnlilo Couipoiiud I was we:ik niul nervous, niul could not
bo on my Wet half u dny without Mifferlng-. The doctors told
l". .l.IM'?r "l '"' cll without nn operation, hut I. villa Ii.
I'luklium's egetalilo Comiioiuid has done more for me than alt
.tlie doctors, and I hope this Milimlile medicine may come Into
tlio hands of many more Mirroring women." airs. Joseph II.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
or that cither of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials', or that the letters are published without
their permission, or that tin original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
jTor no years T.ydla K. l'lnkliani's VcgctnWo
Compound has lieeu the standard remedy Tor
female ills. No sick woman does Justice to
herself who will not tr.v this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from rnotN nnd herbs, niul
has thousands nl cures to Its credit.
taBMrx. IMnkhntii Invites nil nick women
iV to write her ror advice. Sho lias
guided thousands to health free or charge.
Address airs. Pliikham, Lynn, Muss.
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
easy Way To Rid the House o
Cockroaches, Hats, Mice, etc.
It Is tho itslcst thins In tho world
to lid tlio lioiiFii of rats, mice, cock
roiclics, walcrbugs, etc., by usluc tho
old icllahto Steams' l.leclrlc Hut nnd
Honch 1'abto, which has becu on tho
market for thlrt ears.
11 Is read mixed for uso nml as It
Is in paste form, there Is no powder to
blow uwii) and k'ct Into fond
Seo Hint every pickago bears thu
slcunturo of .1. J Kcaruc, and then
on will pet tho Rciiulno, tho mil)
guaranteed oxtermlnutoi, ilie only uno
whiio jour hriiKSlst will lofund onr
monc If It docs not do thu work.
Apply Stearns' Kbctrlc 1'asU nt
nlglit. In sinks, pantries, etc., nnd In
tho niornlm: oif can sweep up a p in
fill of dead cockroaches.
Use It vvhero there nro ruts nnd
mice and nfler eating it, they will um
oiifof doors to die,
All lellihlo driiKKlnts sell Stearns'
Hlcetrle I'asto: 2 m. box "."c, 16 ox.
box SI 00 or sent express prepaid.
Stearns' Hlcctric I'asto Co , Chlclliigo,
vest in Honolulu Property
J TONQLULU is the Commander-in-Chief of the Flagship, Oahu, of "the loveliest fleet of i;
11 . anchored in 'any ocean." With her healthful and delightful climate, her millions in agricult
u v,;n;o ; v nnA u .:n: i.u ! '...? i. i-. . . ' .
islands that lie
her millions in exports, and her millions in. wealth, compared with her limited area and small population,
Honolulu stands alone among all other cities of the world. '
As a real estate investment, she has no parallel in history. Portland, Seattle, Spokane, San Jojc and other western cities, where millions have been made in residential proucrty within the oast few
cars, never had the favorable conditions and assured future as exists in Honolulu today. She is the recognized beneficiary of the Panama Canal. She is destined to become tlu largest military post the world
has ever known, She has tho resources of the entire Hawaiian Islands, territory of sixty-four hundred and fcitv-nine square miles, tributary to her port. She has custom receipts ranking twelfth anions all
American cities, exceeding by several hundred thousand dollars the recci-ts of Cincinnati, Clavcland, Buffalo and Pittcbunr, each city with a population considerably more than double that of the entire Hawaiian
An investment in HONOLULU REAL ESTATE is as safe as Government bonds, and within a few years will result far mre profitably than the best
sugar stocks. This Company offers for the present three hundred lots in the healthful, cool ocean view
KLAIEIUKI DISTRICT at attractive prices anS liberal terms. An opportunity for young men, young ladies, newly married couples' and
families to make a splendid investment that will grow with the city. Call or write us lor prices and further particulars.
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Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 38 Alexander Young Building
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