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ICVKNINU Ulll.UtTIN. HUNOUItA,, T 1!., WUDNUSDAY, MAIL 23, t?IO.
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SPECIAL SALE of
PLAIDS, STRIPES AND DRESDENS
Regular 25c; special. , 20c. a yard
.Regular 30i.j " 25c. "
Regular 40c.; " , ...,30c. "
Regular 50c.; " 40c. " '
Regular 60c. ; " 45c. "
Regular 65c; " 50c. "
Regular 75c. ; " .' '....60c. "
BALK IIUGINS THURSDAY MOKNINQ
SPECIAL SALE OF ,
16-BUTTOfl SILK GLOVES
$1.25 per pair reduced to 05c. a pair. Colors: Black,
White, Tans, dreys. Best quality.
Corner Fort and Beretania
Large and Feather-Light
Delivered in time" for" Breakfast
' Place Your Order Today
Easter Novelties and
form an unsurpassed combination that is sold at
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
"The Everyday Article in Furniture"
6 SIZES KITCHEN TABLES,
4 SIZES MEAT SAFES.
10 GRADES SOFT MATTRESSES Evcr Size; and
RUSTPROOF WOVEN WIRE MATTRESSES.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER JUAKEA AND KINO' STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
1 Meaning You
From the. Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from'y our own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suif, which will give
you the appearand of being Well
Geo. A. Martin, Tailor, Hotel St.
Streets Omiosite Fire' Station
TAFT SPEAKS AT
PRESS CLUB BANQUET
NIJW YOItK, Mm'. 22. In the cmihtc of -an ihIcIickh ilclhercJ to
night bofnro 000 tiownp.iiipr men nt n hunqiiel f tho New York Presa
Cliili, President Tuft Inillrottly npo lojslrttjf for the trltkimim on tho
American proHS which ho tundo In the course ofhlti icccnt nddicsa ut
I After tho Imnquct the President hml n hcurt to heart tnIK with
tho lendli r newspaper editors of this ilty nt tho nsldcnco of Henri
Clews, tho fnmoiiH hanker.
j At tho close of tho conference the President hurried to mcvtlin?
of tho Peace Arbitration League, where tic delivered n powerful speech
on tho prospects for universal pearc.
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'RIVAL CITIES FOR WORLD'S FAIR.
j ' (SANTA IIAHHAItA, Mnr. 22. Oelegntcs from ronimarcl.il hodlcs,
representing h score or morjs of towns and tltlfs of California, met
I more today uitd decided upon Snn Kranclsco ns Uio proper plnco to hold
(the Panaiim exposition. Tho Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and tho
commercial bodies of San Diego wore not represented.
SAN l)li:00. Cal., March 22. Ma) or Collier tonight Issued a state
ment to tho effect that San Diego will go ahead with her preparation
for holding a world's fair, regardless of tho action of tho Snntn ll.irl.iro
RUFFIANS ATTACK HINDU WORKMEN.
PORTLAND, Mar. 22. Hindu laborers cmplojcl In tho St. Johns
lumber mills woro nttneked nnd beaten toduy by n nlob of white men
One hundred nnd fifty wnrrnnts were issued tonight, ami thirty nrrrsU
wcro made as a result of the disturbance.
LAST NIGHT OF FIRST BILL
8CENE FROM "JH THE
Tho last peifornunco of "Tho HclrWnuca Ohlcn,4ho girl thief, nnd will
to tho Hoornh" will h given this eeu
ing, closing the first part of tho week's
engagement of the now pooular M.C
flao Stock Co.
Tomorrow ecnlng another big pro
ilurXiin will be given In "In tho Dish
op's Carriage." Thls great play Is an
adaptation from the novel of the same
name, by dimming Pollock and Is con
sidered to bo onejjf thtbcst plays In
tho oxlenblvo. repertoire of tho com
Miss Oswald will ho seen to most I
excellent advantage In tho rolo of
MAY, BE REMOVED
(Continued from Paee 11 '
hundred or more, gathered in a
mass meeting ut 1 .1 .1 8 Post street.
San Francisco, nnd adopted n rcso-
lutlon lulling for the reinowtl of
Tho resolution, it Is sulil, is now
on Its way to tho Japanese Depart
ment of Foreign Affairs, on the
Ten jo Maru, which sailed from till;
In Justlie to himself, Consul-Ocn-
oinl Nugal said:
"I explained to some of the 501111K
men that I hail ordered no tax, for
how muld I do such n thing In this
country? I told them plainly thai
I had suggested meroly that each
Japaneto might make a contribution
ttl defray the expenses of his homo
government In the work In this
"They in not seem to understand
my position, however, nnd within n
few clnjs I will Issue 11 communica
tion to 'my people telling them of
the true slate of tho matter.'
Auordlng to tho standing require
ment of tho Foreign Ol'lie, lls cus
tomary that a registration, feo of An
tents be demanded of each Japanese
who registered, nnd. wnB officially
tabulated, with tho Japanese (!ov
ornnieut as a resident of tho United
States, entitled to return to the
mainland afer having visited Jnpan.
Fuither report has It that tho Jap
anese association of San Francisco
wlih h gathers Him registration and
turns It over to the (onsul for him
to sign and Kindjo tho Foreign Of
fice, was to get $f of tho 2 nulled
for the consul was to got fit) cents
ami tho association 50 cents. Inls,
according to the Sun Francisco Jap
anese, was "graft," nnd honte the
Cousul-ficuernl Ilycno of Hawaii,
when shown the clipping from tho
mainland pap'er, refused io make
any statement. He held that It was
not his business to tnlk about mat
VA acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room .cottage. Free water, Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Iaeal
place (or a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
be given good suiinort by Mr. Mori I
Ion In tho, role of Tom Dorgan, and tho
remainder oi me company.
Knch and every member of, the com
pany will enjoy good parts nnd pat
rons mny look forward wlUi plenum a
to "In the bishop's Carriage," Tho
special mntlheo on Saturday Ih receiv
ing unusual attention from tho jotini;
cr element and from tho, looks of tho
advance, sale (he house will be packed.
Carpenters nnd scenic nrtlsts an:
now working on the bin production of
"Rhoro Acres." which will bu nrebcntod
ters which do not como under hli
Consiil-Gencrnl Ujcno, who has
been In the consular service for
many jears, ,ls,,an nblo nnd shrewd
diplomat He- knows exactly when
nnd what to answer when confront
ed with Important or rather perplex
Itefcrrlng to tho matter of regis
tration of tho Hawaii Japanese, hn
said that tho work will be com
menced next month. All tho Japa
nese residing In Hawaii will be re
quired to furnish the local consulate
general with tho .statistical lists nt
their families. In this ,wny, the
Japanese Government Is enabled to
know exactly how ninny of the Mi
kado's subjects arc residents of Ha
PORTUGUESE PLAN .
The various Portuguese societies
and organisations of the city are
completing plana for n big reception
to tho cruiser, San Gabriel, which,
Hying tho Hag of Portugal, will visit
Honolulu tho first part of April.
Tho San Gabriel Ih on a cruise
to tho Far Dist and mny take sta
tion at Macao, the Portuguese nawil
and military base In South China
The vchscl Is coming from San Fran
cisco, nnd upon arrival licro'im In
teresting scries of entertainments
will bo glen for the benefit of the
olucors and men, A snug sum ot
money bus already been raised to
defray the expense of tho relcbin
linn. The San Oubrlol will prob i
lily remain hern for about 11 week.
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And when a joung , widow means
business It Is up to tho wlso bachelor
to trek fori lie. tall timber.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
924 BETHEL STREET
F. 0. .Box 618
Conducts all classes of Audits and
Investigations, and furnishes Reports
on all kinds of financial work.
Sufestions (riven for simplifying
or syslematizinn; office work. All
I business confidential,
IN the summer, when a fellow is
especially fond of spending
most of his time out-doors, there is
a lot of satisfaction to be gained
by having light and summery
The ideal clothes for summer
are Benjamin clothes. They are
not only delightfully siyled, but
they are tailored in a manner
which insures their giving splendid
IVORY SOAP is the
standard by which
all other soaps are
Some soap manufac
turers claim, that their
product is "as good" or
"as pure" or "as cheap"
Possibly it is. But
neither you nor any other
sensible women will
bother with the "as
good" kind I You want
real Ivory Soap; not1 tho
' imitation kind:;
994o Per Cent. Pure
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Acency for Hawaiian Islands:
1130 FORT STREET
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It In BURKosleii that eczvmn HtifTcrcrs
auk the Honolulu Drui; Cn Fort
street, of thin city, what reports lio In
KnttliiK (mm tho patlontH who have
iisml tho oil if wlhluiKrm n llinlil
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Burninp coals thrown oniB
roof of Rubcroid harmlessly,
sputter away and die out.
They do not set fire to the
Rubcroid. They do not set
fire to the timbers underneath".
Yet a roof of Rubcroid 13
more than mere protection
It is protection against the
cold of winter. Being a per
fect non-conductor of heat, it
keeps the warmth of the house
It is protection against the
heat orsunimcr. It keeps the
building cool by keeping the
sun's heat out.
Seventeen Yeart of Teat
And it Is more. It is wind
froof, rain) proof, snow proof,
t resists1 acids, gases, and
fumes. Because of its great
flexibility, it is .proof against
contraction, expansion, and the
twisting strains which every
roof must bear.
A roof of Ruberoid is prac
tically a one-piece roof.
For with every roll comes
the Ruberine cement with
which you seal the scams and
edges seal them against the
weather and against leaks.
You will find many roofings
which look like Ruberoid btit
none which wear like
'For the first buildings ever
Dunuings ever irauK, tair, ar
more than sev
firm fir crill
wwihw u 9,
Be aura to look forthla
"hw "- " which la itanipnt rr four fe.t on tli
WatCmrOOf and MllinulnRubfol!l ThiaUj
, H ". . . rtlonafatnil.uh.tltulrawhlthraan.
nic I) u itatDpcti r very rour reft on tue under
detif allrenulne Ruberoid TtuU)ourpm-
braicnlr ,H aa Ruberoid. Ruberoid U aoll
eichutvelv bv ua. U o will tttl roil mnrr? fthntit
Rubcroid when you
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
These buildings arc tlic old
est roofed wit jx any ready
roofi'ng. Rubcroid was b y
several years the first.
And of more than .100 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,'
not one can employ the vital
clement which makes ' Rubcr
oid roofing what it is.
This vital element is Rubcr
oid 'gum made by an exclu
It is this wonderful Rubcr
oid gum which gives Rubcr
oid roofing the life and flexi
bility to withstand seventeen
years of wear where other
.roofings fray out in a few
These substitute roofingn
arc made lo resemble only the
Rubcroid can also be had in
colors. It comes in attractive
Red, Brown, and Green suit
able for the finest home.
The color is not painted on.
It is a part of the roofing. It
docs not wear off or fade.
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