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, EVENING HnLLItTiN, HONOLULU, T II., MONDAY, VfiO.
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' i ' t Bargains .
TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS ON BROKEN LINES TO EFFECT IMME
DIATE SALE i
FINAL CLEARANCE OF READY.TOWEAR APPAREL
LADIES' BLACK SILK COATS v
$ 4.75 Silk Coats . . . .$ 3.00
28.50 Black Silk Salt..
CLOTH ETON COAT
Original Price j. ( $10.00
Sale Price . . ." 2.50
' SHORT CLOTH COAT
Original Price ..!....,... .$10.60
Sale Price IT.00
Owner Fort and Beretania
Transfer Co., Ltd.
fvcttors mai ftann Movbuj-
IT WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER JUST TO TASTE
t Pu$r up in; the new style crocks, and every crock guar-
bjuccq. mew lmpmem jusi
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner 'King and Bethel
GEO:. A, MARTIN,
. ' FASHIONABLE TAILOR. '
Badness Salts for $25,
i Hotel St.
.. ,REOAL,8H0E CO.
Xing and Bethel.
UNDERTAKER AND, EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
1120 FORT STREET PHONE 179
Night Call. 1014
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Use Carnation Milk"
Instead of Fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD.
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SHORT PLAID COATS'
Original Price $7.50
Sale Pricc. 3.00
LONG BLACK AND WHITE CLOTH
Original Price $20.00
Sale Price 12.50
SHORT WHITE SEROE COAT
Original Price $11.50
Sale Price , t 3.90
GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN
n. . -.,
AFTER THE PARADE ,
The Interest In the Elkg' carnival,
which is to bo given on Washing
ton's Hlrthday, In connection with
the-Floral Parade, is spreading. Tho
good pcoplo on tho other Islands
nape contracted a ucsiro us comoanu
looky on, and perhaps tnke part, for
It In. to bo' tho greatest show of tho
kind over given here. It Is the first
time tho JClka have shown particular
interest In tho affairs on that anni
versary (,ind they nre to do big
things lu real Elk stylo in conse
Tho Inter-Island Steamship Com
pany has decided tb mako an excur
sion rate between Illlo, Mahukona'
ns from Muni nmi ifnimi nnriit. Thelnnvy yard, and' Commandor
uiiii nunaumu uuu liuuuiuiu. us wvu .
Illlo excursion will cost $10. and
from Mahukona and Kauai tho rate
has been set at $13. Krom Maul
and Kauat ports the faro will be
$7,50, and the prices Include round
trips. The steamer from Maul and
Hawaii will arrlvo as usual on Sat
urday mowing and will roturn at 10
o'clock Wednesday morning1, tho
22nd, instead of Tuesday, so the ex
cursionists wilt hnvo nn opportunity
to Vee tho high jinks and parade
which will take placo on the night
of' tho 21st, tho parade on. tho 22nd,
and tho supplementary Elks Jinks on
tha night of the 22nd. Tho Klnau
will return to Kaiinl on the night of
tho 22nd, at 10 o'clock.
As .tho Illlo masonic lodge Is to
hayo a dedication and banquet on
thoi24th, there will bo a number or
persons go up to attend, the steam
er Manna Kca, leaving on Wednes
day, giving them a splendid oppor
tunity to, kill two birds .with). one
btono. Persons Intending to take
advantage, of the low prlco should
book now. Ktlnuca was never, more
active than now, nnd this trip of tho
Manna Kca will give the Masons
who. gOito Illlo a chaircft to Bee tho
wondrous fires. ..
Isa't la un to Luther1 llurbank to
make arrangements -to connect the
nose to iiiu muuwL'cu (i"u bu u
a substitute, for tho trust product?
Most - Exquisite
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
TAFT WOULD REFQRM
' BUSINESS. METHODS
NEW YORK, Feb. 13. "If'th o 'enforcement' tit; (ho law be Incon
sistent w(th, present methods of bus Incss, then It'docn not spenk well for
present business methods. It such be actually the 'case, business meth
ods must bo chnnged so as to confo rm to the lawV 'This, Is tha nnswer
which President Taft rondo last nig lit to tho cry of mn( raised by the
Wall Street Interests'. The speech w ns delivered nU the Lincoln dinner,
given by tho Itopubllcnn Club. . '.rrf-,if,
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FRANCE WILL WELCOME ROOSE VELT
' PAHIS, 'Feb. 13. President Fp lllcres has nnnounced that a nation-,
al fcto will bo given In honor' .of T hcodoro Roosevelt, when tho former
Prcsldont of the United States vis lis Paris on his way back to tho
United States from Africa.
It Is not definitely announced o n what date Mr. Roosevelt wilt ar
rive In Paris, hut tho plans for ht s reception In tho French capital aro
to bo laid at oncd and "the preparntl ons iut under way.
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SIX SHIPS OFF FOR RESCUE, . . ...
VALPARAISO, Feb. 13. The Chilean cruiser Mlnlstro Zentcno and
five other steamers have been sent to tho rescue of the elghty-clght pau
seuRors ns.,y.et uhrescued of tho llrltlsh stcamcrLlina, which foundered
on Saturday In tho Strait of Magel Ian. The fajo of theso passengers Is
unknown, but It Is hoped that som e of them h'avo been able to rouke
land somewhere along tho coast. . j.
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STEAMER SINKS: FIFTY DIE. '.
SANTIAGO, Chile, Feb. 13. Tho Drltlsb. steamer Lima, Captain
Jacobs commander, foundered In the Strait of .Magellan yesterday, fifty
passengers losing their lives. Two hundred- and, flvo of the passengers
and crew were rescued. , . ,
' Tho Lima, which was of 3115 tons burden, was bound from Liver
pool for Callao. . . , ,
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COOK MOVES AGAIN. , ' 'i
VALDIVIA, Chile, Feb. 13. Dr. Cook, thoY exposed North Polo
faker, and his wife nrrlvcd here today as passongors on the steamer
Orlsls, lhlch nrrlvcd from tho north. x
Cook would give out no statement to tho'prcss, and showed over.,
dcslro to avoid publicity, lie appears to be In .bad health,
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SEARCH FOR MISSING TUG. ' '
WAStUNUTON, D. C, Feb. 13. Eight government vessels are now
out searching for tho naval tug Nana, which Is missing en'route from
hero to Uoston. It Is feared that the Nana may lmv.0 become disabled' In
m i . i i . -
HF.HMATIW IimY STILL OUT.
L PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 13. Tho Hermann' Jury, after being out
for twelvo hours, was last night locked up' for tha night. '
HINfi IS PLEASED
(OoaMDtMd tmi Wa 1.),
that tho trnnsiinclflc' line may soon
bo; extended to Manila, and thereby
capture some of .the lucrative busi
ness that. Is, now going. to the, big
Illuo Funnel Mine -,f '
- 'Mr. Dollar finds that li'l Impos
sfbleor hlni to remain over at this
stago of the Journey, but he ' was
taken In hand by .some of tho busi
ness Interests at the port and. shown
vi. shown I . ,
over tho city.
E. H. Wlllard, a newspapi
is a passenger on the big Bhln to
Japan, and Charles K. Chapln, an
other newspaper man, accompanied
by his wife, go as far hs Honolulu.
Herbert K. Law Is also a passenger
on the Manchuria to' Shanghai. Other
passengers are C. W. Whitley and
wife, prominent Omaha people; Col
onel J, O. Harbor and wife, who uro
going to Manila; D. W. Qalbratth of
St. Louts andhis two daughters;
Miss Lillian it. Wald and Miss Isabel
Waters, friends of Jacob Schlff, who
are going to make' a tour of tho Ori
ent; Paymaster John kW. JIatch of
tho navy; who Is going So take
charge oflthe pay office at tho Cavlte
b ocum, u. 8. ,rr ana wire, whoso
dfestnatlon is Manila
Tho Manchuria was. drydocked at'
Hunter's Point and the report of the
Kobo divers, to the effect that' tho
ship hud not been damaged by going
ashore In' tho Inland bou, was con
included in the Honolulu cargo
aro eight autos for local Importers
and garages. The Manchuria's cargo
Is composed principally of cotton. Of
this commodity she has CS00 tons
to be distributed between Kobe, Na-.
gasakl and Yokohama. There Is a
consignment of COO tons of nitrate
of soda for Kobo, In addition to ship
ments of general merchandise for
T John Joyce, a passenger, Is tho
well-known proprietor of tho Gillette
Bafety razor, which concern has in
troduced Its product into every civ-
iiizcu counirynnu clime. Air, Joyco
Is accompanied by Mrs. Joyce, and
in tho party aro also M. J. Curran
and daughter, Miss Margaret Cur
ran. It Is tho intention to dispatch tho
Manchuria for, -"Japan ports and
Hongkong at 0 o'clock this evening.
The Manchuria brought a small
mall for tho Philippines, which de-
layed the departure of tho transport
Sheridan for about an hour to per
)"'i- ii" "ems
transferred to tho
i They are .exclusive in most' Instances'.. ,i,1i
ing is a season
But i rhiseries can be
greatly minimized bv the
n t wweje.otjyoiy Soap-
togiyenew beauty to
i v xurtunuft toanake rugs.
did the day they were,
bought; U brighten sil
ver and brasswork; to
make" 'blankets'' as sdft
and fluffy as when new.
99'ASo Per Cent Pure
There was considerable gossip
this morning downtown regarding an
alleged "amended prayer" offered by
Rev. Dr. Deromus Scudder at Central
Union church on Sunday forenr.on.
Various Interpretations appear to
hnvo got abroad, but tho facts ns
understood from an authoritative
B.ourco were that tho pastor. In mak
ing the closing prayer and praying
for the reverent' treatment of tho
human body, Included nn appeal that
plantation,' managers should Iioubo
their laborers with as much,, consid
eration as that shown thefr'anlmala.
After tho prayer, tho pastor, not
ing that many strangers from the
steamship Cleveland wore in tho au
dience,, remarked that the planta
tions were treating their laborers
with lucrcaslug" attention, and In
view of the largo, number of strang
ers present ho did not want his ref
erence In tho prnyor to be misunder
stood. No misunderstanding could
reasonably occur among the average
LET THE FEET GROW
Trinuned sad TTntrinuned Hats.
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Boston 816. Fort St,
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OO0D MZAL8 FOR 15 CENTI.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
Irsryftlng fa leason.
Xotd sHrert, bmV Fort.
W nuit to wn all oni.osd ens-
tnmert oosas bck.
Beer Kqeps One Well
It is a noticeable fact that those who drink
beer are usually healthy men. '
'You find no dyspeptics among them, no
.nervous wrecks, no wasted, fatless men.
The reason is that beer is healthful.x
The malt and the hops are nerve foods.
The habit of drinking beer keeps the body
supplied with fluid "To flush out the waste"
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f A B sis ?JL'Wra
After all it's the tailor who
makes a suit a success or a
failure. The most fascinat
ing style would be a fizzle if
there were not careful
That is the reason why our
Suits at $20 are better than
the suit you buy in town for
They are perfect in every
way. ' "If not you can have
your money J)ack."
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NEW HATS, Coast Styles
106 Nnn W.
Havs yon learned our prioes for hauling freight to and from tho
wharves t We will be pleased to quote rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Port St., below Merchant.
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