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RVENINQ Ulll.l.ltTiN, HONOLULU. T. II., MONDAY, mi. 21, 1910.
Last Week' of
The raoout ( thjs sale has been far beyond our expectations. The
bargains offered were appreciated and quickly snapped up. The bargains
we feature this week are equally as Rood, if not better, Wc advise early
Hade of Gingham and Chambrey,
in pretty colorings, at prices cut in
1.25 Dresses. . . .". $ .05
Corner fort and Beretania
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American Brokerage Co.
03 and 95 King Street, Near Maunakea Street
RETAILERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
GROCERIES We aimto give onr customers the best value
at the lowest possible prices, and claim to be
"money - savers" for prudent cash buyers. N
5c, 10c, 15c. GOODSarc a feature of our business, and
ladies will be surprised at the numerous articles
I of value that can be purchased for these small
HOUSEHOLD wares arc beine continually added to our
stock, and wc now have a varied assortment daily
N required by every frmily.
CALL, INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-C Cash Store,
03 AND '95 KINO STREET
FICTION ASTRONOMY TRAVEL
CHILDREN'S STORIES of all kinds
NEW STOCK JUST ARRIVED
Come in and
You will find
BROWN & LYON CO., Ltd.
1045 Bishop Street Young Bid
Men's Laundry a Specialty
1 i. 3 All Hand Work' and Careful Attent.on
French Laundry, &ffifER
"NEW HATS, Cbast Styles
1038 Nuuanu St.
t .U .IIHUUU'i ,
On Fort Street below
Wash Belts, Silk Belts white,
black and colon at about one-third
the regular price,
30c. and 35c. Belts 12 Vic.
40c. Belts 15c.
50c. Belts 20c.
60c. and G5c. Belts 25o.
75c. and 00c. Belts ' 35c.
$1 and $1.25 Belts 50c.
$1.50, $2 and 2.50 Belts 75c,
Streets Opposite Mrs ttatiom
.1 .1 ll I Mn . i . IIIM.B
see our stock
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
King;. . They are exclusive in most instances,
L v.v.a y.AHi. Lv,.v.y. , ir4iJftis.t -rfy iJ-rfn , ,.,
AT fORTDE RUSSY
N'glit Guard Captures
Late Sunday evening the sentry
on guard nenr the houses at the of
llceia nt l'urt Do Hussy captured a
Japanese who was prowling around
among the buildings ot the po3t.
Ho was oerliauled by the guaril
nnd arreBtcd anil coflned in the
guardhouse nil night.
When qucstloi 1 1, the Japanese
could give no accuunt ot himself nor
li y he was prowling about the post
at th'at lato hour.
This morning ho was turned over
to the civil authorities.
Cases ot Japanese caught on what
would appear to be Investigating
vbltH to the local forts are getting
quite frequent of late, and It Is
ktated that the Idea Is to Increase
the guard nnd Issue special warn
ings to visitors, especially those, hav
ing cameras. ,
NO HOODLUMS WANTED
Sheriff Jarrctt lifts Issued orders to
his officers to the effect that no fire
crackers or illstui bailees bordering
on the hoodlum act will bo tolerated
tonight or tomorrow night. An) one
breaking the rule will be unested, and
will havo to spend thu night in a cell
at the poUcc station.
While nji disturbance Is anticipated,
the Sheriff Is determined to keep law
nnd order and it would be who for
an one thinking of making trouble to
go homo quietly end turn Into bed.
MISS VAIT KIRK WILL
LEAVE ON TIIE ALAMEDA
(ContlnatO from r 1.)
Kirk. Tho stcwnrde3 of the good
old steamer knows the sick woman
well, and takes a personal Interest
In her 'case. Mlfcs Van Kirk will be
In good hands during the voyage, and
on arrival In S.ui Francisco her
friends will bo communicated with.
A. I.owls, chairman of the Lunacy
Hoard, lg nwjy from Hawaii at pres
ent, but Doctors Herbert and Coo
per, who are the other members of
the board, will examine Miss Van
Kirk Oils, afternoon, and there Is no
dqubt thnt she will be allowed to
lcao for tho Coast on the Alameda.
Tho money that was found on tho
person ot Miss Van Kirk when she
was' searched at the police station
was handed over to Dr. l'aterton this
niornlng. This amount twenty
seven dollnr together with $210
which wub discovered by the asy
lum authorities, will bo handed to
tho purser of tho Alameda, who will
Keep It in safe custody for Miss Van
Judge Andrado this morning com
municated Vtlth tho members of tho
Lunacy Hoard, and It was arranged
that Miss Van Kirk be examined this
afternoon. There Is no doubt in Dr.
Peterson's mind thut tho patient wltl
be allowed to depart on the steamer.
"Miss Van Kirk Is In no way dan
gerous to tho public," remarked Dr.
Peterson this morning; "she is not
of that typo and does not oven
threaten to do herself any harm.
Thero Is no suicidal mania about tho
woman, nnd she should bo perfectl)
tafe on the Alameda with tho stew
ardess to look after her."
SEAL ESTATE TBASgAOIlONfcV
Entered for Record Feb. 19, 1910.
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 Noon.
J M Dowsctt, tr, to Joseph V
Bmllli, tr Assmt Decreo
Ida i: I.nmb by utty to Joseph
y Smith, tr Assmt Decreo
Entered for Record Feb. 21, 1010.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Hat of J Kamalielo by ndmr to
David Knpohaklmoliewa .... D
I'iinnlo Strauch and hsb to Hen
ry Wntcrhouso Tr Co Ltd, tr. .
Arthur II Illco and wf to Wil
liam II Ulce Jr D
Wins A Hlco nnd wf to Wll
Jlam II lllcotfr D
A N cnnipLon, tr, to I.lonn K
Knkanl et al Par Rel
Kaulkcolani Children's Hospital
to J II Craig et al Itol Honl
J It Yates to on Hamm-Young
Co Ltd CM
"rVltl't nil lmn llinun fnllntva nrlin
alwas say ms right thing at tho right
"I used to."
"Well, why don't you now?"
"I hincn't been drinking slnco New
Year's." Houston Post.
Departure Of Visitors
Will Not Be
The visitors to the Floral Parade
and the carnUal from tho other Is
lands will huvo no causo to hasten
their departure without participat
ing In the series of lilfe ceiits. '
Tho Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company Jias arranged a ery satis
factory schedule of sailings for the
various Islntid ports ot call.
Tho Hllo liner Muuun Kca, which
usually sails at noon on Tuesdajs,
has been held chcr until D o'clock
ou Wednesday niornlng. This will
afford n hundred or more cabin pas-
congers ubuudant opportunity of en
joying alt tho 'delights Dfjtlio carni
val season. '
The Kauai contingent, of whom
thero are a numlpcr'In the city, will
remnln ner until 10 o clock on
Tuesday evening, tho steamer Klnau
being postponed In her Bailing from
5 o'clock In tho uttornoon to the later
Tho steamer Ke Au Hon will call
at Boverai of the, Kauai ports, nnd
this vessel will bo dlspntched nt G
o'clock on Wednesday nftcrnoon. On
tho same nltepnoom nnd at tho same
hour, tho steamer Nocau will snjl for
Kealla, Haiialel, ifl.ua , other Kauai
Arrangements hdvo also been com
pleted whereby the management ot
tho Oahu Hallway will provldo foi
tho handling, p( n( large crowd of vis
The Honolulu Rapid Transit Com
pany has nlso consented to operate
cars on all suburban lines at n con
siderably later hour tonight nnd to
PRESS AUTO AIDED
Children ot tho public reboots are
entitled to al) honor In connection with
tho lion era for tho auto that will np-
penr tomorrow for the Press of Hono
lulu. These (loners crr of com no
made ot paper; the press recognizes
nothing bettor tfian paper. There tue
nearly file thousand different carna
tlons ot pluknnd wnlte made up In the
following numbers liy tho public
schools: Normal school, 2000; these
pupils mailo ocr eight hundred in one
day. Kalulanl school, 1000; Central
Grammar, S00; Kallawcla, COO; Kna
humanu, 000; Macmno, 300; Knlllit-
nacnn, 300; Hojal School, 300. Tom
Sharp Is In charge ot the design.
ONE YEAR INJAIL
FOR HORSE THIEF
Tin Soon, tho Chinese who stole two
noises from a local livery stable, was
up beforu tho Pollcu Court this morn
Ing and after a short .Ulal wns found
guilty nnd sentenced to one j ear's tin
Tho mail was arrested In Illli In
consequencoiot a mcrsngc sent to that
town by Chief McDiitflo. Ho airhe.l
In Honolulu pn tho Man in Ke.i last
Eiuurilay, and for tho next tni'ho
mouths will nut havo mud: chunco of
rUvlljig or hiring hones.
OFFICIALS NAMED .
All tho officials for'jtho track meet
which Is to tako placo ot the Hoys
Field tomorrow afternoon, htivo boo'i
selected. Tho list la us follows:
Stnrtcr, H.'S., Oault; clork-of course,
Uirrlir Andrews; referee, Paul Super;
field judge, J.' U Hopwood; finish
Judges, Williamson, McKenzio nnd Dc
tlia; tlmchocpcru. Dr. Hand, 12. 11.
Illanchnrd nnd Ucu Clarke.
There will bo two umpires for the
ball gnmo between tho Murines mid
Columbia Hojs, nnd Loulo Snares and
Eildlo Foruaii'dez will fill the bill.
"Tho soil seems to bo rich m this
ccctlbn of tho coutry," rcmarkod tho
stranger within tho gates. "Things
ought to grow rapidly."
"Oh, they do," replied his hostess.
"Why, only jcalenlay, I. ordered lamb
from tho butcher, and It grew to mut
ton by tho tlnlu It was delivered."
Author Now, I want your honest
opinion. Tell mo what faults ou see
In my hook.
IYlend Well, for ono thing, I think
tho covers are too far apart.
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M. i wiftrujftflrKv(?pyVA iV UUl .M 0 m lm m m far iV mJ
?A KCafrw,i''S iM ym M mM MM. t m m k
Per Jnp. S. S. Chljo JIaru, from
San Francisco. Through For Yo'
liohama: Miss K. S. Hates, Mr). A.
Hrnndensieln K. S. Cook, Mrs. K. S.
(col;, Dr. Lester Curtis, Mix Lester
Curtis. A. r, Dlez, i L. Glllott. Mu.
I. L. aillef, K, KnJI, T. Mlv.'ii'it;.i.
W. S. Moss. J. D. Magulro, irrs. J.
D. Mngulre and servant, J. Niga
zuinl, Miss L. M. Nathurst, Coil lit F.
Nichollcs, Y. Okusakl, Count M. Y.
Okuralrn, S. TaKalshl, M. M. Taimlci,
II. Wutanabe, Itov. I. II. Correll. Mrs.
I. II. Correll. L. F. Hnbcr, Mrs. L.
F. Hnbcr. For Shanghai: Hev. F.
W. Hlblc, Mrs. F. W. Itlblo nid In
fant, F. C. Illble, Miss A. Hlhlo, Max
tor F. Hlble, II. Nenlc, .Mrs. (I.
Neale. For Hongkong: O. II. At
kins, Miss i:. llirton, O. W. Ueitttlo,
Miss A. M. Hrlckloy, (. S Chnniplin,
A. A. Cherrler, H. O. Claton, Mrs.
X. H. Danlelson, Miss II. L. Dmlnl
son, Mrs. W. Dlllor, Miss L Dlllor,
II. L Khrcnffls, Mrs. II. 12. Llntli-
fcls. J. W. Ford, F. K. Foa'cr, C
Oree, J. M. llamlljon, J. W. Hol
lander, II. S. Ilonlgsberg, Mrs. II. H.
Hnnlgsberg, Infant nnd maid; J. M.
C. Joljs, Mrs. W. 11, Lawrence, Mm.
i:. 8. I.ehmltnn, Mlfes K. I.ehmanu, H.
Lcvonsohn', K. II. List, Mrs. K. II.
List. (!. U. Mackny, J. M. McLcod.
W. II. MtKwnn, Mrs. II. Mci:wiin,
Miss I), McKwuii, Miss II. MIIwan,
Mrs. J. 0. Minor, Mlus. L. Mulled,
Miss M. Moore, Mrs. W. D. I'cnio,
Mrs. II. M. Ferry, C. F. I'hllllps. A.
Ulntoul, Miss A. M. Htntoul, Dr. It.
Sqlilffman, Lieut. N. Smith, Mis '.'.
Smith, F. A. Spies, Mrs. F. A. Sploi.
I, O. Uphnm, Miss A. II. C. Mill Slow
ten, Miss M. C. J. nn Slootcu, J W.
Webster, W. A. Wilkinson, II. 3.
Wood, Mrs. W. II. Wood, MUi M.
Wood, Dr. K. W. Wright, Mrs. It. A.
LWIIhon nnd Infant.
Per Jnp. S. S. Chl)o Morn, from, San
Francisco, Feb. 21. For Honolulu:
Mrs. J. C. Hrnndwnter, Mrs. J. T.
Hrooks, Miss J T. Hiookn, Mr a. J. I'.
Hurton, Miss C. Hurtoii, Miss K. Fitch,
D. W (Irant, J. W. Orniit. Mrs. J. W.
(Irani, Miss J Grant, Miss. I. Ileriulon,
S. Noknginil, A, O. I'nttcrson, Mrs. A.
D. Patterson, Mrs. M. Stownrd.
ncgulntlo3 to present Interference
with official nnd commercial wireless
telegraph nrfil telephone, business nrp
ipnvliln.1 In' n miliar If n I n Inlnt rocsilti.
provided ln"n substttitto Joint refold'
tlon Introduced nt Washington by Ilort
rcsontntho Hurko of I'ennsjhunlti.
That n six Inch pl e lino from Tulba,
Olilu., to Houston, Tox., will bo built
by tho Undo Sam Oil Compiny If thb
company cm obtain the necessary
rights from Oklahoma Is nnnnuncod.
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$000 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
Eiver and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Uuildinp; Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. H. STRAUCH
Woity Building. 74 S. KinK St.
i,jm.vbBt v.' j AjishWfVi-vHi
Comes with the assurance that you
are correctly attired for any and all
"Alfred Benjamin's Correct Clothes
for Men and Young Men"
are the standard of fashion and
give the personal sense of confiV
dence that only perfectly tailored
clothes can give. We can show
you a large -variety of styles and
of materials, such as All-Wool
Worsteds, Cassimers, Cheviots and
Mixtures; also Blue Serges.
$20, $22.50, $25, and $27:50
FLAG RAISING AT
Stars And Stripes .Will
Float For First
The Stars and Stripes will Mont
for tho first time from a large polo
at Maklkl Park tomorrow morning.
The ceremony will be along tho
lino ot various patriotic celebrations
to commemorate Washington's Hlrtli
ilay. handsomo American flag has
been presented to tho city and coun
ty by General John II. Sopcr.
At nn early hour tomorrow morn
ing General Soper, Major Fern,
lialrman James Qulnn of tho city
ml county road and park commit
tee, with u number of Territorial and
municipal officials, will repair to tho
now Maklkl Park and then nnd there
will tho patriotic bunting bo Hung
to tho breeze.
, There will bo brief addresses
brimming with patriotic sentiment,
nnd tie exorcises will close In nm
plo time for nil present to witness
the big Floral Parade.
Maklkl Park has been mado ono
ot the prettiest breathing spots In
Honolulu's oxtenstvo park b stent
through tho efforts of tho city and
county toad and park committee.
OF $3000 OFFICIAL
NCW YOIK, Feb. C Major C-a-nor
and his rslstants in tho now mil
I'lcli Jl government havo been endeav
oring to find out 'just how much some
of tho high salailcd city cmplojca Iiao
Ucn doing to earn their monej'. Sev
eral of them wero asked to tunko per
tonal reports of their duties. Ileru Is
a literal transcription of tho report
turned In by n S3Q00-n-jcar wntcr
registrar, who holds ofllco In the llor
(uigli of tho Hroux:
'Clernell biisncs off water rejecter
gc lut 0Cks rho'on tlm. Seen
thiil they do doty etey tiny. Seen all
permit loo tnk out meter, Seen that
send out blllcs. Scon thnt construchcrs
pay Miles, i:crj iliy lo setlu nil dis
putes. Seen nil blllcs complaints look
after Seen Joo Molo mid Mnloio Kcy
Major Oajnor'a Commissioner van
po pleased with HiIh roixirt thnt he
(.cut so oral short columns of figures
lo tho llronx register ami asked htm
to pdd tlein up A comparison of re
sults tJioued thnt cither tho icglstcr
or (he Commissioner made u lot of mis
takes, nn they werq iimhlo to reach
(ho sama totals.
The Jnp.ineso liner Chljo Mam,
Willi fifteen lnjoor passcnger-i for
Honolulu, urrhetl nt the Alaki
strict whnif nt two o'clock this aft
ernoon, Tho essel will remnln oicr until
ono o'clock tomorrow.
BUUETIN AD5 PAY -lsjj
Heal life 'movements depicted bv
You never have exDtricnccd the
real joys of picture-taking- until you
have' used tnu camera, bee it at
Photo Supply Co.,
1050 Fort Street
IN REAL ESTATE
$8000 Iurga houso .and lot, Kip,?
utreet; Jl rooms, 10,000 t'j.
$7500 largo houso and lot, Deck-
ley Bireoi; nuoui in actci
!2000 Throo nice modern bungi
2750Iowb. Knlmukl; beautiful lo-
Improved and unimproved lots nt
Kalmukl, WaJklkl, ICallUI, Monon
Vnlloy and In town.
83 Merchant St. MARTIN PRUNE
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King nnd Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
Real Estate A(cen
137 K1R0HANT STREET
Residences on Beretania fitreeL
and other property.
or au rraus.
DEALERS IN 'LUUBI1.
ALLEN & R03INS0N.
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