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EVEN1N0 Mll.UITiN, HONOLULU. T. I!., TUESDAY, FK1J. IS", 1910.
' Second Week of
' ... . y
'TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS ON BROKEN LINES TO EFFECT IMME
: ' DIATE SALE
' FINAL CLEARANCE OF READY-TO-WEAR APPARELs '
LADIES' BLACK SILK COATS
$ 4,75 Silk Coats .........$ 3.00
7 60 " " 3.00
x 8.00 " " ' .; - 4.50
8.50 " " '.... 4.75
t 10.00--". " 6.50
24.50 " " 15.00
28.50 Black Silk Suit 7.50
CLOTH ETON COAT
Original Price .. $10.00
rrice ..... z.ou
SHORT CLOTH C&AT
Original Price .....$10.50
Sale Price .-. 3.00
Corner. Fort ? and Beretanla
-Transfer Co., Ltd.
Fnrr.Hnrt and Pino Movina.
IT WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER JUST TO TASTE
Apple Butter "
Put up in the new style crocks, and every crock guar
anteed. ,New shipment just in. V
ASK YOUR GR0CER1F0R IT
YEE CHAN & Cti.
Corner Kinrr and Bethel
GEO., A. MARTIN,
, FASHIONABLE TAILOn.
Business Suits (cr J25.
-' REOAL SHOE CO.
, King and Bethel.
' M.E.SiIva.; j
-UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMERl
Prompt and Polite Attention -1120
FORT STREET PHONE 170
, Night Call. 1014
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Use Carnation -Milk
Instead of Fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
, 'in y.ioA" , i
' T((ff tj M1!PJf -in
lQn Fort JSh-cet below
jjimmmtMi "niniihmnii t,"jJ ', , W I 'i 'T'l I Will '"i.'i.
SHORT PLAID COATS,
Orirjlnal Prico '. . . .$7.50
Sale Price 1 3.00
LONG BLACK AND WHITE CLOTH
Original Price $20.00
Sale Price 12.50
SHORT WHITE SERQE COAT
Original Price .$11.50
Sale Price 3.00'
, Goods "How on display in
Streets Opposite Fire Station
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Fore.vei
DB. ,T. "FELIX (iOL'RAIID'S OHtENlAI,
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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Uudil (Viicri In b Utlttd SUli, Caa-vda ad Euro
CfiXT.IXFL'S&l. Firs . 3A Vital J j;is Slrtet leTr
Yonr bejt negatives
deserve, and your poor
er negatives need,
Velox is the only
4t. I- M.J
'puci limb ia 1UUUU
w;th sole reference to
the requirements of the
PHOTO -SUPPLY CO.
1030 Tort Street
-f C&UCATOR SHOES
- LET THE FEETtSROW
f MANUFACTURERS' SHOE
Aro the ART GOODS shown in tho
ARTS AND CRAFTS. SHOP,
King. k i '
ROOSEVELT TO HUNT
FOR SOUffl POLE
I'OKTLANri, Mo., Peh. H. l'ormor President Iloosovelt may lead
an expedition In i-carcli of the South I'ole, nccordlnj; to, Professor Mc
Millan of this city. Tho professor tonight stated thnt the former Presl- .
dent Id gre'atly Interested in polar explorations nnd that there are gbod
grounds for believing that ho may conclude to undertake the task of
placing tho American flag on the south ohd"3f tho earth.
'Professor McMillan was n member of tl'ie "Peary oxpedton nnd him
celf U n man of recognized achievements In exploration work. Ho Is
Well acquainted Willi tho fornrir Picsldont, nnd It Is believed that he has
'good grounds for his forecast that Mr. Roosevelt 'may try tho task at
which Charcot nnd Slincketon failed. ,
RACING SOUTH TO THE RESCUE.
ANCUD, Chile, Feb. 14. Six s learners are nowrnclng toward tho
Slralt of Magellan In the hope of a living eighty-eight, surxlvors of the
wreck of the llrltlsh steamer Lima. The unfortunates are clinging to
the battered hulk and nro In momo ntary danger of going to their
deaths. Tho steamer llatumct, whl ch went to ,tho assistance of tho
fchlpwrcckcd ones, managed to take off SOS, but the lives of five members
of Its crew wcro lost In the work of mercy,
Tho officers nnd crow of tho llatumct mado ljerpuleancfforts to take
off nil of the shipwrecked ones, but the seas were running so high that
the rescue ship nnd the lives of all on board her were n serious danger.
Even at that tho captain did not glvo up the work until five of his men
had lost their lives, and he realized that further efforts might m.in
death to the wreck survivors already taken off the doomed ship.
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ARMY WILL NOT FLY-THIS YEAR. .
WASHINGTON, I). C, Kcb. 14. The army -.will get no aeroplanes
yet awhile. President lllshop of tho Aero Club qf America's committee
on aeronautical societies today called on the President and urged that
appropriations hi made for the purchnse of "aeroplanes for the une of
tho military service. Mr. Tatt expressed regret that the strict economy
necessary from now on until tlio end of tho year',wlll make It Impossi
ble to' piovldo tho necessary appropriation this scnBom. '
m i s
BIG TREES TO FORM NATIONAL PARKS.
WASHINGTON, D. C.,,Keu. ,14. Tho hill providing for tho nation
alizing of tho Sequoia and General Qrant big trea parks was favorably.'
vip.Trm MTrnATF matihied.
OAKLAND, 'ob. 14. Victor Mctcalf was married hero today to
Miss Marie flutters. ' ' t .
CADWALLADER 15 .
. IN SAD PLIGHT
Gang Of Pilikia Makers
Have Become Very
Aggressive , .
TJio committee In chaige of the
Floral Day I'arndo are almost nf.
their wit's end to know how to
fathom the mystory surrounding tho
pllikla-makers" who -havo now be-
como a mennco to the success of the
parade. A largo, staff of men, u rider
tho direction of Jimmy Wilder have
been tintisiutlly active during th,e
past threo weeks In making some
thlns which thoy liopo will break
up the parade, by causing 'tho horses
to stampede. , '
Much was expected of Cadwitlla
dcr, tho new night watchman who
had been installed nfter O'Toolo had
resigned. Hut owing 'to tho heavy
dew' nnd tho cold nights, Cadwnlln
dcr'htis contracted such a suvero cold
that pneumonia has set In, and ho
has bcon taken to tho hospital for
Incurables. Chief McDufflo thinks
that It will bo n difficult matter to
bring action against theso plllkla-
makers unless tho general public
take nulled action and prevent this
gang from b'ccomlug unruly on Feb
Just before Ciuhvnllaclcr foil out
of tho tree from sheer exhaustion, ho
saw 11 bight that chilled h'lm to the
bone. Flvo or six men appeared
from the wood-shed of Jimmy Wll
der's huuso dressed In most fantas
tic garb. Hut owing to tho 'dark-,
ness. Cadwallnder could not, sco very
distinctly. Tho dress worn by theso'
men resembled- very closely that
which Mcjililstopholcs Is usually de
pleted as wearing. Kach man car
Tied n dummy torch and seemed to
bo rehearsing tho steps of some
weird dance. To tho accompani
ment ot strnngo music, these repre
sentatives of the lower regions cir
cled around tho wood pile. Kvery
.IMMMM llll 1 ,11. . W II II
' FOR SALE.
$1800 Lartre House and Lot, about
75x75. on Webb Lane, near
Jung and Lilina Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
Lot oh Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
' cheap. i
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUOH
Waitv Building. 74 8. King St.
i They are exclusive in
THERE is hardly
an article in your
house, tho ap
pearance of which will
not be greatly improved
if you will go over it
- four or five times a year
with ;.clean water and
Thia is particularly.
T-i-true ib'i; pianos, rugsfBil
verware' and fine furni-,
ture. '. ,,
994o Per ent Pure
now and again they would leap Into
the tilr and give vent -to their feel
ings by seemingly prodding, tho wood
ullo with their dummy torches and
gesticulating In a manner that wus
Whether it was tho effect of tho
cold night air, tlio laiiif),"iir tho sight
of" these gpecteis, Is not apparent.
hut, when Cadwallader regained con-,
sCloustiess hofo'iiml h'lmaelr Ivlnc nt
the fnot ot the' tree nnd trembling
. ' " -
ns If he had the) ague. Howluii
he remained In that position Is not
known, in all probability ho would
havo been there still had not the
driver of a 'passing hillk-wagon no
ticed something In tho wet grass, ro-
sembling a 'human form. Having
applied first aid to the injured and
gouo through all the "Good Samail
tan" Blums', 'with tho oxcoptlon of
pouring oil Into Cadwallador'n
wounds, the milkman liolstcd the"
sick man nboanl his wagon nnd
drove with all speed to tho hospital
Chief McDufflo when seen this
morning utatcd tjmt another man
would bo detailed to keop a watch
on tho Wilder piopcrty, as tho gang
were becoming daring and would ro
qulro, more than ordinary care to
handle. I'alaco Squaro Is being
Lfjosely watched and a certain store
on Fort street Is under surveillance,
as strango packages havo been con
signed to Jimmy' Wlhlor's home froni
this place of business.
WAUD In Alameda. Fob. 3, 1910, Em
ma Ma) hello, bolovcd daughtor of
Walter S, nnd Margery Trigg Vard.
a natlyo nf Madera, Cnl., lato of
lipi ns IrttuhrfJ..
. TO DELIVER ADDRESS
At the regular bl-monlhly meeting
of tho Chamber of Commerce tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock, Marslou
Campbell. Superintendent -Vf Public
Works, will rnor tho memburs or the
Chamber wlth'n talk on "Harbor Im
provements ami Various rubllc Util
ities." This meeting' will bo open io tho
general public, and will bo held in tho
Chamber of Commerce rooms In tho
Stangcnwald building. '
4 HEAVY RAiN AT PAHALA.
A very hoary rain Is reported to
have fallen nt' Tahala, Kan, on last
Saturday, according to tho report
brought to this city by Purser Krlolo
of tho Intcr-lslaud steamer Manna la.
The TkUifall Bmouuted to two and
throo-quartcr Inchon and It Is snld to
hao pretty generally covered tho es
tates of tho Hawaiian Agricultural
Company and also at Hutchinson.''
HANDS AND FEET
Case of Inflammatory Rlicuma
tism at PorCand That Re
sisted Ordinary Treat
Almost any pain or aclio which cannot
readily bo accounted for is usually cluml
Uodr on rliounutiaiu. Home of tiii'Mi aro
trUuaieut ami cure tliciaielvcs.
An actual attack of rlieumstlum la
very dlfllcult to euro so that it will tny
eurod. Ordinary trentmeut alms only
to rolisva tlioiwilu until thu attack wrra
itself out. TliPu it is liable, to occur
ngaiuaud nanally does, year after year.
Tho only laanug euro is secured by
driving the rhoumatlo poison from tho
avateiu nud bullillnuuntbo blood so that
tho dlacvio la nruveutul from obtaining
a now iooiiioiu.
Tlio onro of Mm. K. Olnen. of No. 972
Union uvcnnr, North, Purtlnnd, Ore., Is
a good cxvnpio nr tlio power Ol Ur,
wiiimns- nnK i-uii mcucsoi rneuma
tiam. fllio (my a:
"A few years ago I waa suffering from
Inflammatory rheuumtiara which camo
on me all at ouco. t tho.timo ot tho
Attack I win In a nu-down condition.
My blood woh impure and I Imdnuambl
tioutodounythluK. I aullorod fromdull,
oohlng pains through my, hand and
feet whiah soon bueama swollen.
"My doctor proncrlbod foV mo nnd
sent mo to bed. Whiletherolfelt better
but as soon as I got up I was an badly off
as ovor. ' In fact I became so much worse
that I tm unablo to own my left baud.
I had beeu confined to bed for two
weoks and was greatly disoonreged. Ily
rhauoo I liajipened to read about Dr.
Williams' Pmk Pills In a pniicr nnd
decided to try them. I felt better After
taklug tho first box nt tho pills nnd,
I ooutinucd to take them until I was
ontirely cured. I havo ncvor bad a ro
turn of tho rhcnmntlam."
Dr. Williama Pink Pills) nro guaran
teed to bo free from opiates or harmful
If yon nro Interested in. tho remedy
tliiit'curoil Mrs. Olsen, wrlfo today for n
ooir nf thn now edition of our book nu
"Diaoiaex of tlio Ulood." It rontnlns
iufornmtinn that may savo you mouoy
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro Fold bv
nil drugglatu, or will bn Milt, poatpnlii,
on receipt of price. CO rents per liox; six
borei for f.'.OO, by thn Drt Williams
Mcllcluo Company, Schenectady, N. (Y,
i ' . , 1 - i. ' i ' '
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 iwere 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 back."
NEW HATSrC6ast Styles.
1028 Nuuanu St.
Have yon learned our prices for
wharves? We will be pleased to quote
Fort St., below Merchant.
. Jslt'MtloMl Conuosadwct. StUgli. . rvt
.Twnr. fnr Hawaiian Iilandi 1139 Fort St.. Honolulu.
L B . ' . .
tm upUlfi. wlihooi fnrtbw cWlstsHkuo on bi nM,
il8 'Vff tor Um poatuoa tlrt vUtA I
Kred Wnldron, secretary of 'ono of
tliu IcadhiK KnlghtH of l'jtlilas lodges
of tho city, rpcclved a letter by a re
cent mall that bhows how much mis
sionary work Is needed to convince
some pcoplo of tho mainland thnt Ha
waii U cUlllzcil.
This friend of Waldron had n friend
who camo from tho Islands and was
Introduced ns n lsltlng brother K. ot
P. snmevihero In Indiana. Tho friend
writes Waldiou that the Honolulu man
was not well received berauao somo
doubt his standing.' Ho writes to Will-
unin, ouYi'nt! uii'ii uuru iimiiuiu my
visitors aHsertlon niul say mid do-
dare that there is no K. of P. lodKQ In
tho Hawaiian Islands,"
Tho flrft K. of P. lodRo In Hawaii
was founded In 1871. Thero aro now
six stroiiB lodKes In tho Territory with
a total membership of over flvo bun-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record February 12, 1910,
From 10:30 a, m. to 12 Noon,
llallalca K. Kanlnau and hsb to
Magaran 1'ornaudez , M
John I.I Kstnto, Ud, to Pioneer Mill
Co., Ltd. ...- 7, i
I.omuel C. Abies and wlfo to Margie
P. Tuttlo :.V
Margin P. Tutllo nnd heb. to Lemuel
p. Abies ...- M
Entered for Record 'February 14, 1910,
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 p. m. .
Kat. of Ileril'lco P. Ulabop,' by Trs
tu D. Niioiwi ..., D
(leorgo Kauhl nnd wlfo ct al. to Hllo
llnllroad Co. r..I)
.1. II. Ho Frlen nnd hah. to. Mrs. 0(
V, Sblpman ,..,, ,.,.,,.... ..p
' s I"
j ' i.-1
haulinp; freight to and from he
rates. ' ' ;i ' i .
& Draying Co-, Ltd. '
1111 I (!
k tt4 Hrtt
DAUGHTER OF WELL
KNOWN MAN DIES
It will bo hoard with regrot that W.'
S. Ward, who was for many yoira
manager ot tho Olaa Stores, Ltd., has
Ipst ono of his charming llttlo dau li
ters. Wnrd left Hawaii u fow mon''m
ago In order to tako up n imsltlin
with n big mainland firm, and partly
on account of thu Illness of h,.i
daughter, Emma Mahcllo. His ;uany
friends will ho sorry to hear of tho
denth of thq bright llttlo child, vim
was n great fawirlto around tho Ulna
KAICHI TAGAWA IS
OUT OF DANGER
Kalchl Tngawu, tho Japancso who
was shot by llussoy. Is reported to bj
doing very well, nnd will probably bu
nblo to ho nbout botoro long, Tlio
wound In his stomach Is healing rat
idly, and tho doctors consider that
tho man is out of danger now.
Hiiasey and IiIh mnto aro still In tho
police Htatlon cells, and no cliHrgo has
been ro far laid against JJio man who
used the gun, As sood asaKnlchlsls
well enough 'to appe f In court, the
on so against thu tailor will be proceed
ed with. .
SIMONTON IS MUCH IMPROVED.
M, T, Slmonlnn. 'who was taken to
Queen's Hospital yesterday morn
tug as a result of n suddeu attack of
heart failure, was reported ns resting
easy this morning. Mr. Slmonton U
expected will be nut nnd rcsumo his,
duties nt tho Juillchry building with
in n few daySj .