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UVHN'lNU HULUrriN, HONOtA'I.U, T. H.. TIIUftSDAY, OCT. 14, 1000
$4 Ladies' Slioes
ledics' Vici Kid.
Eluchcr Lace, in Hand
Turned or Welt Soles
Starting' Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
?4 Ladies' Osfords
Patent Kid Hand
Turned Oxford, Wood,
Cuban or French Heels
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine Unlit dull Kid
Oxford. Medium high
WHEN old Mother Earth growtf better malting barley
than northern soil produces
WHEN the fertile valleys and verdant mountain slopes
of Old Bohemia grow better hops
WHEN nature produces better ,and purer waters
WHEN brew-science has been developed to a higher art
THEN, and not till then, will it be possible to produce a
better beer than BUDWEISER.
THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS
Bottled Only at the
ANHEUSER - BUSCH BREWERY
St. Louis, U. S. A.
IIACKFELD & CO.,
i " o
Greatest Of All
We are putting out in this sale
about $5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tions, as ve have a large ship
ment due very soon, and we
have to make room for them.
This, Sale includes such cele
brated makes as SOROSIS and
WALK-OVERS. , No better
Shoes in the world for the money.
Sorosis Canvas Oxfords and
In most all colors,
$4 and $5 grade, at
S4 and $5 Men's
Men's Patent Colt
Kid Lace and Button
Shoes, in good, wide
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Pat, Kid Lace
and Button Shoes, on
the new Drop Toe Mil
v4 Lien's Oxfords
In Patent Leathers,
Tnn, Russia Calf and
TO NATIONAL AIR
Is First to Arise When Star-Spangled
Banner is piajea ureatly Im
pressed by Playing of Her Com
position by Band.
"Aloha "Oo," the prettiest of all
Hawaiian songs, both In jnuslc nnd
In words,, wns pleasingly played by
the Philippine Constabulary lJnnU
lit the Washington' IMnco last eve
ning In honor of Her Mnjesty Queen
The Queen, who composed the se
lection, - and herself probably tho
leading musician of Hawaiian songs
today, was greatly moved no she lis
tened lo (ho plnylng of tho famous
bnndsmen, who evidently understand
the significance of the Hnwnllon
words. Her Majesty's recollection of
the Imaginary rain, chasing the
inclty Ichua (lowers, from which she
composed this famous Bong, brought
back tu her memory tho beauty of
(ho surrounding hills and valleys of
As tho bandsmen played the cho
rus tho Queen clasped her hands nnd
listened most attentively at tho ren
dition of every part, which was dono
with perfection. At the conclusion
the (.oniptlntcnted tho leader and tho
Preceding tho jilaylng. Captain
Loving, (ho bnndmastcr, nnd Mr.
Hcllner, tho mapager of tho band, In-
nMMii.li me yuecn mni mo uanu nan
learned tho selection since they wcro
nere last February and that they
were ready to render It for her. This
pleased the Queen Immensely.
After the Hawaiian selection, the
band plajed Philippine medley,
which also won the ndmlrntlon or
tho Queen. As soon as the Star
Spangled Ilanlier was played Her
Mnjcbty arose until (he last note 'had
died down. This done, the bojs un
covered their heads and received the
IhankB of the Queen.
Manager Sollnnr and Conductor
Lovlnir Clf thn PMHntifna Pmiunl.nl...
hand have reasons to be pleased over
up luix'imun accorded tne band at
both concerts yesterday. Not only
Uft tllo mtfliPtirn lnrcn mi Untt wtn.
slons but It was enthusiastic to tho
point or snouting Its delight when fa
miliar compositions were rendered
Willi such fpclltll? Ihnf II.A ,winnl..
could not restrain (hemselves. The
imnci did more than keep up with tho
reputation given in the press notices.
Thoo nntlrpR ,11.1 nnt ,.l. AM.iu
enough, for tho band shines above any
musical organization that "has ever
been heard lirrn nmi it la ,i,i.tri',i t
DI1V COmnifinltV nil thn Tlinlnlnn.1 pnnM
nay otherwise. As a leader Captain
iuing is prouamy without a rival, in
deed It Is a question If he has an
equal. Tho members of tho band are
trained to a point of perfection not
always attained by the most flnlshod
musicians lor me i-mpinos aro recep
tive and lhpv lonm ninal tnv thn in..n
of l( clso (hey could no( have rendered
mo most iiimcuit as well as tho Elm
l)lo tlinelul melodleu m tlinv ,11.1 cm.
This afternoon Ihnm ulll 1A n ovm.
lihonv concert Hint will nnlrlnU oil
other symphony concerts from a mus
ical standpoint. Tho orchestra is tho
largest of tho kind that has over been
heard hero and tho soloists better mu
sicians. There Is much for tho lovor
6f music to look forward to at tho Or-
pneum today, mucn that ho will enjoy
as ho nmcr enjoyed music before.
RARE TREAT AND!
A GOOD WORK
A beautiful altar In gothlc style hail
lately been elected In tho Catholic
Church of St. John tho Uaptlst, Kail-ht-wuciia,
as a monument to the mem
ory of the late Puthcr Clement.
Part of the funds to cover the ox
peiises havu jot to be collected, and
thu memorial committee, ladies havo
planned a charity sulo towards this
(lid, which will take place next" Satur
day, Septembor 16. Hero will be u
raie occasion to honor tho memory of
n good man and at (ho same (lino to
gratify ono's most exacting palate.
Muodames J. Ulcus, James Holt and
wuiik i-eong win personally prepuro
and Hell tho most delicious of Hawaii
an dishes: chlckeiiduau and tnlmona
tkiikul-iiut). Just tho thing for Satur
day ovenlng's supper or Sunday's
lunch, i ho sale ulll take place at tho
llaltlmorn Dllirv Vnri fitrnf.t nntmaltn
lli'iisiin, Hmllli't) ding Btore, from 11:30
a. in. till B p. m. All are kindly re
quested to bring their own receptacles.
i.euvo your orders wltn the lialtlmdro
Dairy, phono 220,
Tho attempt of the Illshop Kstato to
KCIirO llOSBI'KHlon Of P..r neroa of lnn.l
111 .Manna Vnlley which it laid claim to
lias fulled. A request was mudo upon
Attoinoy ncuornl Hcmenway some
tlmo ago by Jiidtra Stanley, attorney
for the estutf, that tho lund In ques
tion bo turned ner to tho Rafale. Tho
land has been In possession of tho
Government since 1S7B and Hcincn
wnj"B opinion (hat the nishop EHtate
hiiil no el.ilni m thn pioperly v.as.sus
mined by (Iiimmikii- Krour.
niunk books of all aorls, ledgera
tie, manufactured by the DulletlP
CASE jS ARGUED
ATTORNEYS. ENGAGED IN
STATEMENT OF POSITION.
Cushing Argues for Rudolph and
Qus That Fair Decision Can Ap
,ply in This Affair Concludes
SAN FItANCISCO, Oct. 5. O. K.
Cushing concluded his argument be
fore Judge Coffee yesterday In sup
port of the trust clause of tho will of
tho late Claus Sprcckcls, bringing to
an end the legal showing In behalf
of Hudolph and Qus Spreckcls, pro
ponents. Tho closing argument In
behalf of the contestants will begin
Wednesday morning by Attorney
l'ctcr V. Dunne, who Is expected to
speak for two or thrco days In sub
mitting tho case. There will bo no
session 'of tho court today on account
of the visit of 1'resldcnt Tuft to the
Cushlng's discussion yesterday was
largely a summing up of points of
arguments previously touched upon,
but In relation to which ho had not
cited his full lino of authorities. The
claim upon which ho particularly
dwelt wns thnt tho only construction
which tould be given the Spreckels
will In accord with tho Intent of
tho testator was that It established
n direct devise of property to both
Rudolph and Oils Spreckels as devi
sees and did not establish an Illegal
trust for conveyance.
In his final stand against tho
forceful attack upon the trust clause
made by A. 1'. Morrison In opening
the case for the contestants, Cusli-
Ing wns forced to repudiate the doc
trine of the Kalr case in so tar as It
might rclatet to the Sprcckcls case.
The two cases, he declared, were ab
solutely distinct, and the latter of
such u nature thnt the Knlr case de
cision could not be applied to It..
Heasbertcd that the distinction be
tween the two grew out of the fact
thnt no construction except that an
Illegal trust was raised could bo do
rived from the Fair case, but that
the Spreckels case came within the
doctrine of later rulings to the cf
feet that where a direct devise might
exist .the will should be Interpreted
to so provide Instead of to provide
for an Illegal trust.
Cushlng placed great reliance
upon two cases decided in California
later than the Fair case. These were
the Heberle and Peabody cases, from
which he quoted Jong extracts. He
also referred to a parallel of the al
ternative provision In the Kalr,.nnd
Spieckels wills to establish the vital
dlqerence which he claimed existed
between them. This difference
consisting entirely of the wording of
the alternative provisions specified
In the two documents, was based
upon tho diqercnt meaning to bo at
tached to he words "give" and
"transfer and convey." He pointed
out that tho Fair will directly re
ferred to "trust property and estate'
and instructed that the property
should be "transferred and convey
ed," whereas the Spreckels will In
the same connection referred to "all
legacies nnd devises" and used the
Twcnty-flvo thousand Odd Follows
wero at Scattlo for tho meeting of thu
boverclgn grand lodge.
Three-quarters of an hour was cut
from tho, tlmo between Now York and
Quccnstown for tho east-bound voyago
by tho Mauretanla, which reached the
Irish port after crossing tho ocean In
i dayB, 13 hours, 41 minutes.
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