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BVKHPHI Mill UtTIN IHINOMIM. T. III. MONDAY, MAH 2S, 1910
Annual Remnant Sale
. .Begins Friday, April 1st, 8 a.m.
Tlils wl) be one of the forfeit teles of lit kind Hint
we have ever held. There will be remnentl of
Silks, Woolens, Linens,
Lawns, Batistes, Repps,
Organdies. Poplins,' Ginghams, etc.
r Many of these are Dress Lengths. Other lengths suit
able for Children' Dresses, ladies' Waists and Men's
Shirts, Nearly all are new goods, accumulations of the
past year, It means that you will get the best at half
price. Mothers, this is a RARE OPPORTUNITY to clothe
s your little ones for little money.
COME EARLY AND PET THE BEST
SACHS' DRYGOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Onoosite Fire Station
Dare You Throw
iiMi SSMSSHiliaSHSBi SMMSHSSMIlSSSHMISSMi
Burning Coals On
These buildings are tKe eld
est roofed with ..any ready
roofing. Ruberoid' was by
several years the first.
And of more than 300 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,
not one can employ the vital
clement which makes Ruber-
., Burning coals thrown on a
roof of Ruberoid harmlessly
sputter away and die out.
m; ,uu iiui lire 10 ino
uucroiu. incy ao rtioi sec
fire tar the timbers underneath.
Yet a roof of Ruberoid is
more than mere protection
It is protection acrainst the " rooting wnat it is.
!cold of winter. Being a per- . This vital element-is Rub'er
WAfr mrti-fMf ,,. nf L..4 2fc !J .fl t f..
t WV UVII-bUIIUULlUI Jl 1ICAI, 11
keeps the warmth of the house
It is protection acainst 'the
1 heat of summer. It keeps the
building cqol by keeping the
(sun's heat out, -
Seventeen Years of Test '
oid gum matte by an exclu
It is this wonderful Rub'cr
oid gum which gives Ruber
oid roofing tlie life and flexi
bility to withstand seventeen
ycarr of wear where other
roofings fray out in a few
These substitufe roofings
are made to resemble only the
Ruticroid can also b'e Ka'd in
colors. Jt comes in attractive
Red, Brown, and Green suit
able for the finest home.
The color is not painted on.
'And it is more. It is wind
('proof, rain proof, snow proof,
i It resists" acids, cases, and
'fumes. Because of its great
: flexibility, it is proof against
contraction, expansion, and the
twisting strains which every
I. roof must hpnr
,' A roof of Ruberoid is prac- It is a part of the roofing. It
ucaiiy a one-piece rooi. i uuca 1101 wear on or lauc.
for with every roll comes
,the Rube'rine cement with . Get This Free Book
which you seal the seams and "
.edges seal them atrainst the Before decidincr on anv roof-
weather and against leaks, ing for any purpose, get our
I'xou will tind many roofings free book, which tells what
; -which look like Ruberoid but we have learned in ' twenty
tnone -"which wear like years of tests about all kinds
Ruberoid. 0f roofing. This book is'
For the first buildings ever irank, fair, and impartial. It
klanfef1 with H ssssi H.' . H&. t1U all nknut
fRnberold- D II DEB III II shingles, tin,
irninn linn .. B Mm ,i- .-.t
lVWf ... BVT- UH U 'it nun, aiti
.ene'en years cuiTsuuv.i.ruixromci) ready roofings.
Utra are still "" to lk for thU rribttnd tridtnurk Trt frrt t li I
, P.-. "rc. BU" whlthU jumped ry four Mt on thu.r . . Cl,.n"
-.waterproof and ;wfnniitaRiibnt -riiuurourpro. book, address'
"i.ijt. ttetloniliitoUtltuteiwhlclmniril.ii ' --"
rcauiEuiL'ui. srucnir KuDtrow. ituoeroia u Mia U3.
- ." !IiuIIIhii4 W. .Illl.ll . niw. akuit fc..
"..v.. v.. , ... ,1 v nil! ,i.i J ta wm hwwb
Rutxrtld wUo jroa Mnd (or U (n
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.,
177 SOUTH KING STREET
ARTICLES FOR THE TOILET ARE HERE INPLEN-r
TY. WE HAVE SHAVING SOAPS, BRUSHES, STROPS,
TALCUM POWDER AND RAZORS.
Benson, Smith fc Co.
4 HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
NEW PLAN TO
BUMP SPEAKER CANNON
WASHINGTON, I) C Mar 2
In lo li resumed In (.'ongnss nex
mors In ill dilution In Washington
tlon of it new s)stcm ot currjlng n
to have a presiding officer wlm In n
The Kngllsh iilnn nf limine u li
tniinlicrs iicthiR im pt psIiIIiik nflHu
Anhir lllnils, tit nreitcnt clerk n
pri'sldlng nlllicr Ak i.li'ik at the il
tlcnlly been Spe.iKer In in.mj netsl
of iltluleB nnl tnnliiniM mul cnutilo
limurKviit phi n In to nnicnil tliu Ho
cer bIiiiII lie n niin-iuniilier, anil mil'
The llfiht nRnlnst. Mpenl.cr Cnnniir
t weoli, nr.-iiiilliiK In pernlKtiMit ru
l.iht nlRlit, mul it mil) load to udop-
n the House uuHlness It Id nronosed
ot u member of the Ilotise.
alllntnentnrlnn not on the roll of
r Ih being put forward b the null
I the Spinker'n ilcnK, Is FiiKKcstcd for
esk of the Spuiker, Illuda linn prac
iiiib, IhIiib the linili who keeps frail.
tho Speaker to m.ike rulliiK. Thn
use rules no that the preiddltiK offl
flltulo Hindi for Cannon.
VESUVIUS AGAIN WORKING UP.
NA!'I.i:s, Italy, Mar. 27-Today five new fUuties opened In the
central crater of Vesinlus, and tho Bleat o!cano Ir hhowln'g signs of
nil nclhlty In njmpnthy with the throes of Jit. Aetnn
As yet there Is no great acthltj within any or the Vesuvius cra
ters, but the manifestations are holn Rwntched with tho greatest In
terest bj the corps of scientific obscners gatheied about tho cone. The
Inhabitants of tho surrounding countrslde are, In man instances. In a
state of panic, and there Is consternation throughout wiinc quart c'rs nf
the city, where the inemorj of the last seismic disturbances mid the dis
asters that resulted Is fresh In tho people's mind.
Expecting Earthauake Shock.
CATANIA, Sicily, Mar. I!7. 1 he Intcrnnl activity of. Jit. Aetnn has
Increased appreciably during the past tvventj-four hours, but tho How
or Java from the crater Is much slower than It has been for koine days.
It Is feared here that unless tho active Internal flows can force a new
passage 'for themselves, there will be serious earthauake disturbances.
General alarm Is felt' throughout the piovlnce.
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UNITED STATES WILL HOLD DOOR OPEN.
ST. I'KTIJItsnuiKl, Jlar. 27. What purports to be the text of n.
proposed tat between the United States and China was published es
tenia) "In the Herb, a leading paper or this ilty, and Is attracting a
great amount tr atlei.tlon from the government allldnls and others.
The text shows that the I'lilted States is willing to assume a derenslvo
nlllance with China, and Is taken to confirm the many rumors of lato
In diplomatic circles to the effect that America stood ready to back
China against Japan nml Russia.
The treaty announces that Amarlra stands fpr tho principle of the
open door, without nllowlng an) nation to Impose coinmorela.1 treaty ob
ligations upon China not shand li iiuiill by all the nations of the
woild. It am.rniH the confidence of the American (lovernment In tho
power of the Chinese Clovernmcnt to regulate Us Internal affairs nnd
pledges tho army and nnv) forces of the United States to assist China
ill the event of her fleet being nttao ,ed by tho fleet, of any other power.
The Itech repoit has been sent throughout tho world, and Is said
to be receiving consldciablo utteutlon In all the capitals of Europe.
'ROOSEVELT AND ROYALTY.
CAIIlO,.Kgpt, Mnr 27 Colciol Itotfevelt has Intcd
royal Prince, Hltol-Krfderick, n ml tho I'rlnccus to bo his gi
guests at tea
tomorum, the Invitation having lioeu iictcpted by the injal couple.
The former Pic3ldcnt Is shovvl.is niuih attention to the grandson
of tho Uermuii IJmperor aid his 5"uiig wire, they having been or the
party which accompanied hltu on his excursion to tho p)ramlds Inst
week. Other distinguished visitors In Cairo will liu' Included among Col
onel ltoosevelt's guests tit meut the Prlnco nnd I'rlncess
i ii i i . .
RUMOR OF EXPLOSION ON CHARLESTON.
.MANILA, Jlar. 27. A report reached beie lost night that n serious
accident had occurred aboard the cmUer Charleston, the flagship of
Renr-Adlniinl Hubbard, of the Asiatic fleet, now engaged In target prac
tise. Tho report Is to tho effect that ono of the six-Inch guns exploded
during prncllso, killing nnd wounding eight men of the gun crow.
Tho details of the accident liue not as jot been deceived In tho
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BOY COMMITS TERRIBLE CRIME. '
NIJW YOHK. Mar. 27 A irlmo that hns nttiacled nntlounl at
tention, on account of Its unusunl ntioclty, was couiiulttcd bore jester
day b) an elghteen-)cai-old joulh Ho enticed n girl of fifteen jenra
to his room by promises of employment. I In muidered the girl, soak
ed the body In keiosene, and attempted to hum It, lie finally place 1
the remains In a sack, which was seized li the police when ho was arrested.
ADVANCE SALE OF FIGHT TICKETS.
SAN niANCISCO, Jlar 27. Although tho dato for the champion
ship fight between Jim Jeffries and Jncli Jolnikfn has been set for over
three months from now, there has already been nil oxtrnordlunry demand
for tickets. Up to Inst night the udvauin sales amount to ono hundnyl
nnd sixty thousand dollars, ensuring a big piollt to the promoter, who
bid one hundred thousand dollars tor the fight.
"SHORE ACRES" THE BILL FOR TONIGHT
IHKlBiflLWiLsLLm ' "tfZ
New York Style Show
Today's Correct Clothes
for Men and Young
BUY Clothes made by a house
of reputation and so be sure
you are getting best values.
fienjamin f lothes
. Made in New York for us by
Alfred Benjamin & Co., have been
approved by critics of Style and
Quality for a third "of a century.
Sold exclusively at the
New York Fashion Centre
. L. 1
The Prices are rrtoderate
Tonight tho Heuiy Jlcllno Conipin) This well known pla) was used for
will begin Its ftcoiul succj.ihlul wetk juaiu b) tho late .Initio lleruu as a
with it sp'endld production of JameslstairiiiK vehicle mul met with Instant
Ileinu'b great rural drama ot New l'ug Ism cess llninmlioiit tho United States.
lnud,llfo entitled "Shorn Acies," mil llvi-r) cli.iuielcr In thy play la taken
tlionler pillions may look foiwjiul to a fiunl ( li uiii'leiH that live In and about
pleasant surprltu. j lint Haibor, Muluu, mul tho ipiulnt
ways, and homely ktngo settings will
take you back to tho da)s when 5011
were )oung. 'Ono of tho most realistic
scenes ever presented on n staga will
be tho turkoy dinner scene In tho sec
ond net. There )ou seo the big dining
loom table Bit for company, with a
real turkoy dinner with all thu good
thlngB that go with il, cranboules
dumplings, etc., In fnct a dinner llku
our mother used to cook and all
cookef before tho uudiencu. Sfcnlc
artists and cnipentcrs have been work
liu 011 this production for over u week
and theater patrons will exiierkucu u
plerxaut surprise In ''shore Acres."
QUEEN LILIU0KA1ANI ,
RETURNS TO HAWAH
(Continued from Page 1)
(If I'sloka's, Interested tbo,Luecn very
inucli.' tfA '
Tlie solemn and toiichln? effects' of
the chanting touched Her Jlujuit)
Kleatly as sho stood by the steam
tlilp's 1 alls and listened to the moles
which broke foith fiinn I'a'oka, who
wns only thort dUtuucu nwny.
Thu Queen, who thoroughly upire
elated tho efTorts of I'nloku (extend
ed hero thanks by saluting ami
wnlvlng hei linn Ikeichlcr lo tin. cluji'
eicr, as sho wlied the teats from her
When tho left tho stuamer, shu pel
sunnily thanked Captain Saunders for
the kind attention an treatment
shown her dm lug thy voyage.
When thu gangway had been cleared
Iho Queen. tiBslstui by Col. C. 1'. lau
kea. Col. Kdwaid I.lllknhnl mid J.
Kalpo Aea ilcceuded to the wharf and
on Inrrlvlng at tho placo.nhere her
carriage was waiting sho wns, convey
ed to'her Washington Placo 011 Hero
Shortly after hcf arrival at her
Heretnnla street home, ftuwus Bur-
ii.jumieu ii) nei irieuus an 1 opt re
tiilnois, who camo early this morning
to welcome her back to Hawaii.
Col.Sam I'arker, seen on Inard the
Koiea, modo no statements ruginllit
Urn Queen's suit which Is In tho liiiniU
of the nttornc)s, '
Freih Shinraent of
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS
J. M. LEVY '& CO. PHONE 70.
GET YOUR POMPERNICKEL AT THE PALM. BAKED
AFTER THE GERMAN .METHOD. AND IT'S GOOD.
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
The Beat Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
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