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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1I MONDAY, MAK. 14, 1010. ., , .- . . ' .
A PRICE SALE ON LADIES' PETTICOATS AND CORSET
COVER'S WILL BE THE STORE ATTRACTION HERE FOR A
LADIES' PETTICOATS CORSET COVERS
.75 Petticoats now..$ .50 S .25 Corset Coven now 15c.
LOO " " .. .75 .40 '25c.
1(25 " " .. 1,00 .50 ' " " 40c.
lieO " " .. 1.25 .75 " " " 50c.
2J00 " " .. 1.50 1.00 " " " 75c.
These prices will only be continued for a few days, and we
advise you to not postpone ? visit to our store.
flIVCS FAREWELL LUAU
Loyd Chllds, who leaves by the
Lurline tomorrow fur Atlantic City
Send Us Your Order for
' Phone 905 Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market
tablets are the most effec
tive in .warding 'off the
grippe And' in-relieving the
distressing features in a
1 cold in the head.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
FORT AND HOTEL 8TREETS ,
Will be Continued for One
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00,
$2.50, and $3,00 each, now
200 STRAW HATS, formerly $1.75,
$2.00, and $2.50 each, now
100 DERBY ilUTS.-alr shapes, for
merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HATS, all shapes,
' formerly $10 and $12, now
$5 and $6.
PORTO RICAN STRAW' HATS, latest
shapes, formerly $!.50, now'
CRAVENETTE a..d LEATHER AUTO
CAPS, formerly, now $1.50
CANVAS HATS and CAPS, formerly ,
25c to $1.50, now 15c to 75c
See Our Window Display
L B. KERR & CO.,
ALAKEA STREET '
AND LOT WARNING
The ''tent and lot warming"
given by-Sigurd Itusaell last Batur-
San Francisco Hptels
to help Secretary Wood open tho day afternoon was mucH enjoyed by
Promotion Committee's new branch a number of society dames, who
at( that fashionable resort, gave a ohowoitd gifts upon this, young
luiiu to all those who helped htm
make Hawaii's booth such a success
at the Seattle. Exposition.
The luau was given at the end of
the Manoa Valley. Sports were
held, Hawaiian music rendered, and
n swim In a cemented tank Indulged
r StKom . present Included lit. and
'Mrs.- AVm J, Coopei, Ml Frances
Lawienco.r Miss Irene Uojd, Miss
Wattle Holt, Mfss Amelia Holt, Miss,
Pauline Evans, Miss Keala Kanl,
IJveryone assisted In preparing the
lunu. James Kamakanl (snooks)
and Miss Keala Kanl presided at the
stove, while Ue other guests were
allotted various tasks, such as col
lecting fnewood, arranging the place
and getting everything ready:
In the cool of the evening the
party returned home. Alf'exclalm
cd that It was the best luau tney
had ever attended and that they had
spent u most' enjoyable time.
SEAT SALE TODAY-
Tho Henry Mcltae Stock Compnny
will open an extended engagement at
tho Hawaiian Opera House, next Sat
urday nnd will offer for tho approval
of the patrons of this popular play
houso what Is considered to bo one
of the best comedy dramas of tho pre
sent day, "Tho Heir to-tho Hoorah"
created a distinct sensation In Now
Ypik,nnd wns placd,for 6 solid year
In the Knickerbocker Theatre.
When Mr. Mcltae -made arrange
ments to como to Honolulu he com
pleted arrangements with tho Now
York piny brokors for n season of the
very Intent successes nnd this popular
play wns choecn for the opening play.
traveler. Mr. Itussell worked his
way from "Alexandria, Egypt, to this
city, and Is now living , like a
Iledouln of the desert In a tent at
Kalmukl, , i
Each BuSst", tb th number, of
about twenty, brought sonie. useful
presihV 'these Included knives,
forksand spoons, camp cots, theirs,
matting, crockery, and all manner
of articles suitable for making a
lengthy stay, under canvas, v.
'Refreshments were servedMafter
which the guests helped Mr! RusseU
fix his belongings, 'in the shortest
time Imaginable the tent was erect
ed and partitioned with screens, a
bedroom and living rooin were soon
fitted up, and, with a dressing room,
replete with all necessaries, Includ
ing a chest ot drawers, Sigurd Rus
sell Is now' monarch of all he
Kenneth Krone, his step-brother,
ot the Fifth Cavalry, sent him a
large Mexican blanket. Dr. and
Mrs. Augur. sent down mosquito net
ting and two camp cots, so that Mr.
Russell Is now-resting In the lap of
At 10:46 ji, m. estcrday this
oung traveler visited the Jail and
addressed the prisoners. He spoke
about some ot his experiences nnd
travels. 'The prisoners seemed
pleased with his visit.
'Amongst' ihose who were present
nt the "tent and lot warming" were
Or. and 'Mrs. Augur; Mr. and Mrs.
Rowland, Miss -A. Alexander, Mrs.
GrahnpiMIss Bewell and others.
STOCK ARE SLOW
Geary Street, above Union Square
lost oppoilu HM St, Frauds
Elbpean Plan SlJJOa day up
Adferlcan Plan $3.00 a day, up- .
Steel and brick structure. furaUH
Inpeoit $900,000. High cUm hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
ferrlng all over cltj.'Omnlbusmeets
all train and A steamers. Send for
bookfct.wtth mifWIan f raacheo.
Hotel Stewart 'twrecofnlea-s
Ha wallan Island besdquaren. Cable
address, "Trawett." ABC Code.
liiiiHIaiiV ' -.t
WHITNEY & MARSH, Lid.
Now Showing, a Few PopuIaPriccd
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Bjooolulu trade,.
Without bath . ....$1.80 oer day nn
With bath 100 per day up
Meals table d' hole or a la carte
Management of Qui C. Lam.
Honolulu Representative," M. F,
PETER. Phone 361.
JAMES DlLLON,' '('
Nearly every' one has- heardiO? Th
Heir to tho Hoorah and the .story I
r. a . ,
too well known to go Into detail over,
the story Is one of ovcy' day llfo as
we find It In any community and the
characters aro true to llfo, a strong
love stor yruns throughout the play
and' each and every member of the
company will be seen to excellent ad
vantage. Miss Margaret Oswald the
charming youug leading lady of the
compnny will bo seen to excellent ad
vantage as Mrs. Joe Lacy a part that
Is well suited to her and one that will
give her an opportunity to display
several classy gowns. Tho company
supporting her Includo fifteen ot the
rafest and most capable actors and ac
tresses on the Western Coast and a
performance of merit Is assurod.
A good advance sale for tho open
ing performance was registered today
and a packed houso Saturday ovonlng
Tho stock market bad one of Its
Dtuo Monday., spells this morning.
Three between boards' sales stood
alono on thp.stoclc sheot tq show that
tnero nad oeeu any uusincss siuco uw
session on Saturday morning. The
vhoie list ttook a, jumpie ana wo rjuo
atlons venttyf'.io, M" the sltun-
fnnn.ti , .... r. i . 'til i
Thlrty..hMMlof','ftSjiok5a sold at'
2.425 and .fifty ot Kekaha'nt' 2220-All
tho bidding; was .low on other stocks
Inyestment at tho pcvajllng ratoB. ,
fih'al accWntV V
k (Continaad ,from Fa 1) s
Mrs. Campbeli;Parer and Mrs. Mac
farlane .that jis was j(lven as a gift
and advancement :6n Sfcount'of her
share and interest, in the 'estate1, and
property pt hp mother,. Mrs'. Sls'ctar
lanp, further;. Mf? that'-laid sum 'be
deducted frdru'Tfie'r share. In her moth
er's estate. t,, was understood .and I
peal ,to 'the Supreme Court of tho V.
0k.or oinerif,et iuorfuaio oine cios
lag of,i)dmlnatratlpn of, the estate' of
James Campbell should W tii back
totan earJlea,, than,, July 3, 1905,
and li) B,aiiu;e.(.Maciprianoi Bnouia
thereby uooome ontlticd to recover
from the estate her share of tho in
come prqvldod, fpr In tha rule, the said
Alice, JC. Macfarlane should repy to
mrs. uainpDeii-rpqer iub sum sum,,
or as such ot said sum as such share
of, income might amount to." ,
' .' 'f ' . '
ARBpoHT from Seattle 'Is, to, tho
effect' th'ul4 the vMatson Wavlgatldn
steamer Hyades' has sailed from that
port, destined for Honolulu.. The Hy
ades has been undergoing extensive
alterations and repairs since her last
Visit to the Hawaiian Islahds. The
vessel now has coloj storage oapaclty
for a considerable amount ot rofrlger
served at th'e
. . fc k lJ
it the BEST IN TOWN, and
it ii scrved'at the rigfyt tern-,
perature, -. Z ,.
D.' J. Mcdartfry, Prop.
HOTEL AND BETHEL, BT8.
In Chiffon Broadcloth, in Desirable Evening Shades,
If y. -it
Ranging from $13.50, up
Handsome Display of
Black Spangled Gowns,
Black Silk Dress Nets
MANY BEAUTIFUL ACCESSORIES -FOE BLACK DOWNS
BETTER SPEND THE WEEK END
. AT I
Q0 DOWN BY TB.
Hotel Majestic ;
Sachi 'Block, Port and Beretania Stt.
'tine furnished rooms, 11 per day
$10 arid upwards per, month. Splen
did accommodations! . - "
HRS. C. A. BLAI8DELL,-Prop. ,
Representatives of the Honolulu
Chamber ot Commerce and the Pro
motion Commliteo met this morning
In the looms of the latter organiza
tion to lay-out the "Hawaiian De
velopment Edition" of the San Fran
cisco Chronicle. ' A business and an
editorial agent of the paper were
prosent, and the subjects that are
to be Incorporated t in the special
Issue, were tentatively determined
upon, Promnent''cltlteris' ot Ha
waii were selected with "regard1 to
their quullficationit to write upon
J-iie, .respective subjects, and ' their
willingness to, undertake the work
will -be ascertained, as soon' Is pos
sible, ; r
The "Hawaiian Development Edi
tion" wll be made very wide In Its
scope and will embrace practically
every Industry and enterprise In the
Islands. The Chronicle will pub
lish the edition In eight-page, sec
tions, the first and last page ot each
section being Illuminated with col
ors. The Inside pages will be tilled
with matter nnd Illustrations de"
scrlptlve of th8 progress, develop
ment nnd needs of tho Territory.
The "Hawaiian Development Edi
tion'1 has received the endorsement
(Uf Governor Qiear, the board of trus
tees nnd 'advertising committee or
the Chamber of Commerce, nnd II.
"The Pineit Batbin onhe leaeh,"
Meals At All Honrs. "
WINES, LIQUORS. AND 0IQAS8.
i W. 0. BEBQIN. Proorietor.
KISS, 'a' hug and
baby slips off his
mothers lap into
a bowl of clean,
warm water. "
There he finds a Sponge
and a Cake of Ivory Soap.
' . Mother squeezes the
sponge and water runs all
' over baby's arms, ftis
'body, his legs, and hia
little pink toe.
. ,. Theri she "takes the.-
soap, does BomethingwitH ..
.. v tt anaoaoy ia coverea
with a soft creamy'lather
1 that takes all the dirt
' aw? and leaves his skin
v as smooth as satin.
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
WHY USE A POOR;. ( ' "
QUALITY OF, TABLE e
CAN OW SOMETHING
'THAT waL resist-1 r
.,. WEAR" ANDIVEiVou
t . ; LASTINO' SATlSFACTljON
FOR THE SAME VONEYt'
PHONE 612, ';.1I3'S0TEL ST.
We have the reputation o selling
Call and.fipe mb at 93-95 King St.
. near MaurtaKea '
American Brokerage Co.
- -'T "Retailers, ..:; w..
' Jx0fflm"rfyfcJ;sJHOii Deliver "
'i'Sj it-" l'
Large, juicy, firm and delicious. The
choicest queen olives; picked right, ';
packed right, an'jl taste right. ,, "Not
coarse or fibrous like bulk.ohves. ' ,
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THEM N
Agents whnted, Tho Great noose-
velt ATrlcan Hunt. Ilest terms;
,,best book: Just out. Outfit free,
pvMk'l'jJ'onc fnd,ecrB errl-
-tor. Jf.S. fefelprComp!tny,.7lU
., (.Coioq butjUnp. ChlcnKo.
1128 Jort St. J
FINE ROLLS .AND .BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.'
BDSTON BROWN BREAD.,
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rinfe- up 197.
NEWHATS Goasf Styles;
" 7 "'. K UYED'A'-
. r '. '. 1028 NnuaBu St. .
ill ' 1 i 111 ii 1 if 11 1 i 1 1 1 --a
Moderhldeas v , of; ,G6mfort
in the office and iaAhe home demand a circulation of the
air. ' ", '
;.' 8-Inch Electric .Fan
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise
leuneis. ' v ' "" . , gjrtrqca
The Hawaiian Electric: Co., Ltd:
1 ' it a 1
Pau Ka' Hand
L. ' " " ' ' I '?
The soap tkatjdoes the work.
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mm- BULLETIN AO& PAY rmm
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$1 a YjB.ar
P. 'Wood of -the Promotion Com
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