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Wtf CREAM ENGLISH SEIIOE A beautiful quality
for Ladies' Coat Suits and Skirts. Fifty inches wide; two
qualities $1.50 and S2.2S a yard.
NAVY -BLUE FRENCH SERGE A very fine soft tex
ture for the new semi fitting Coat Suits.
NEW PARASOLS White, plain and hand-cmbroid-ered,
in Linen and Cotton, Natural Color Linen; plain and
fancy borders; also Fancy Silks in all the latest styles.
Directoirc handles, iv.
CREAM LINEN SUITINGS 00 inches wide. 40c. a
yard; 38 inches wide, 50c. a yard. These goods are a
fine quality of pure linen.
BRAHMA CLOTH SUITINGS Raw silk weave and
high lustre. Colors: Old Rose, Pink, Light Blue, Alice
Blue, Golden Brown, Tan, Lavender, Green, Champagne.
Twenty-seven inches wide, 35c. a yard.
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES A very large assortment
from ?10 upward. ariauinlBiinl t i
REMNANT SALE NOW ON DON'T MISS IT
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Street Onuosite Fire Station
It you have any 'trouble
with deafness, no matter
of how long standing,
Brown & Lyon
With Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Young Building.
- Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15o. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS s.50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE 12 Yards for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
' VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
J-J- AllOy, NuuanuSt
FOR YOUR VIEWS
You will And a great num
ber to choose from, in
In Price From 10c. to $6 00
Also a large assortment of
Fort, Below Hotel
BURSTING CRUISER TUBE
KILLS AND INJURES
SAN niANCISCO, Apr. 6.--latp this afternoon n 'serious accident
occurred aljonrl the U S. B. Mar) land, a boiler tube exploding with
disastrous results One of the cnnlneroom crew was killed outright, be
ing scalded to death In the escapl'lg steam, while a number ot others
received muro or lesg serious Injuries.
This accident, coming after the nrlous reports that the boilers of .
the Alar) land were In bucIi condition that It -was unsafe for her to put
J to sen, nnd the heated denials of any serious defacts mnde official!) by
Ilear-Admlral llarbcr, hag created more excitement than even Its grawty
would otherwise justlf) In naval circles.
Three weeks ago, after" the Pacific fleet had reached the Coast from
Honolulu, reports nt tho bad condition of the boilers of the Maryland
and West Virginia began to circulate. Ilear-Admlral Harber announced
uiiu ineee reports were circuiaieu iy ine navy jaru cnque m vauejo in
order to prejudice him In the e)eg of the naval authorities at Wash
The West Virginia nnd the Mar) land wero towed for a great part
of the way from Honolulu to San Kranclsco, on tho recent return oy
age to the Coast, the official explanation being that this was to save
coal, to sive time nnd to carry out some towing tests. Uoth vessels
have been in commission louder than any other cruisers of the licet,
and the twenty-knot Bpeed ordered on the recent return from Japan Is
said to have been too mUcli for the boilers In need of repairs.
There will doubtless be a searching investigation Into the cause or
tho accident. a
TAFT MAKES ADDRESS TO HEBREWS.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 6. President Tnft today addressed
the representative Jews of America, gathered bt the banquet In con
nection with the annual convention of the Constitution Grand Lodgo
ot the Independent Order B'nnl Il'rlth. The President referred to the
great sharo tho Jews of America have had In the development of the
An Invitation hns been extended the Constitution Ornnd Lodge by
the delegates of the District Grand Lodge of California, to hold the
1911 convention of the order in San Francisco.
GOES AGAIN OVER WEDDING PATH.
KOMK, Apr. C Colonel ltoosovclt and Mrs. Ilooseclt left today
for Spezzla, Intending to retracl the route taken by them In Decem
ber, 1880, on their honomoon trip following their wedding in Lon
don Colonel Hooseelt has requested tho press correspondents not lo
accompany him and Mrs. Hoosevelt, which they have agreed to do. Ills
privacy will be respected for n week, when the correspondents will Join
the party at Genoa nnd accompany it to Vienna.
KITCHENER AT SAN FRANCISCO,
SAN FRANCISCO, Apr. 6. Field Marshal Lord Kitchener, the fa
mous llrltlsh general, artUcd hero today from , New Zealand, a passen
ger aboard the S. S. Murlposa. Ho was enthusiastically received by the
llrltlsh residents and others. ,. i ' '
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
113 HOTEL ST.
The Best Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
THE EARLE SISTERS.
An entire change, of program goes
on ut the Novelty Theater tonight
The Karle Sisters are drawing largd
crowds every night, and will sing
four, songs each evening for tho rest
of the wcekj 'Tony Hoy," "Tho 011
Umbrella," "Honoy, Won't Yom
Please Let Me?" and "Your Turtlo
Dove." These songs aro all new to
Honolulu, and tho costumes that tho
girls wear are very fetching. Soma
very good films have Just been re
ceived, and an excellent evening's
entertainment Is promised.
"BROWN OF HARVARD"
Tonight the Henry Mcllae Co will
present another of the late New York
successes "ifrown of Harvard." This
play was one ot the distinct hits in
New York list jcar. and a big suc
cess on the ,road,t The story ot tho
play is Interesting, full of comedy, and
fun nnd at the same time contains u
serious plot legitimately Introduced.
Tom Brown, n "sub" on tho boat crew,
gives pecuniary help to a student
"down on his luck" Tho student ro-
pa)s by stealing his benefactors check
book forging Drowns name to several
checks and giving one to his sweet
heart, tells her to go away and ask
no questions. This last Is. on tho day
of the great boat race between the
English crew nnd Harvard. The girl's
brother, Gcrad Thorno. Is stroko oir
of tho coIIcro cren. At tho last mo
ment ho Is told of his sister's depart
ure, and leacs tho race, to savo that
girl. Tom nrown Is placed at stroko I
and through his efforts tho raco Is
wuii uy nitrviini At mo uuiKiii ui uis
triumph Thorno returns nnd denouncs
tho "stuck up" student as ho pleased
to call him, as tho guilty party, hIiowi
Ing tho check with Hrown's namo at
tached. A very pretty love story runs
Mhrtughout. and Mr. McRae ns tho
licio, Tom Drown and Miss Oswald ns
Evelyn, his Bweethcart, will be Been
at their best. Tho remainder of tha
company will bo seen, to advantage.
The usual Saturday matinee, will bo
given on Saturday afternoon.
The Hawaiian band will play this
evening at the Kakaako Mission,
rendering the following program:
March Semper ridells Sousa
Overture Poet and Peasant. .Suppe
Cupid . . ,
Selection Mnrltana Wallace
Vocal Hawaiian Songs ..,,,.
., Ar, by Derger
Selection American A,lrs
, , , , , Conterno
Intermezzo Dan Cupid Dartley
finale Dreams Thuiban
The Star Spangled Ilanner,
Mr. Itoosevclt, former President,
does not today consider hfmsolf othor
than a plain clothes citizen ot Amor
leu (Just llko )ou and mo), ye ull
know what Grant was and wo know
what Hoosevelt (Tuft) Is, fairly well;
but. In so far really as to tho honors
that aro thrust upon ex-Presidents,
.low or In tho past, ho In but (he flguro
head It Is to their country the horn
igo Is rendered, a matter ot more
diplomacy, and no one's head Is ovot
turned by tho same
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NEW - TO-DAY
During my absence from the Ter
ritory my son, Clement O. Smith,
will act for me under power of nt
8G31 GEO. W. SMITH.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case ot Itching, Wind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded, Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
The directors of this corporation
having declared a dividend ot 3-1
per cent., Dividend No, 24 Is due
and payable on Friday, April 15,
1910, to stockholders of record nt
tho close of the stock-transfer books,
Friday, April 8, 1810, at 12 m. .
Stock-transfer books will be re
opened on Saturday, April 1C, 1910.
C. H. ATHEUTON,
Treasurer, Walahu Agricultural Co ,
Honolulu, April 7, 1910,
NOTICE OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned have this day formed a
co-partnership under the firm namo
and stylo of Duck Lea Company, to
carry on nnd conduct, at the City
of Honolulu, a general fish market
and mercantile business, and that
the undersigned Choy Dan Is the
manager of the business of the said
Dated at Honolulu, this 17th day
of March, A. D. 1910
CHOY SAM, ,
KOW LOY HON,
4587-r-Apr, 7, 14, 21, 28.
Blue Serge ;
SUITS i i
White Canvas Oxfords
Regular $2, ? 2.50 and
About 150 pairs of odds and ends and broken sizos
taken from our regular stock.
PUMPS, ONE AND TW0-EYELET, AND RIBBON TIE
All Late Toe Shapes All Sizes
While They Last,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
It is poor economy to cover
a cood house with a low
Tade paint a paint that
won't last long nnd won't
look ccod while it does last.
REP ARE D
is of the Highest Quality and
Lewers & CooRc,
177 So. Kintr St,
WING CHONG CO
KING ST., NEAR BETHEL
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses, 'WING W0 TAI & f 0
c. etc. All kinds of K0A and MIS- 'MllU II V I fll U AJ.
SI0N FURNITURE made to order. 041 Nuuanu Street
r for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
' Purchased from
P, 0. Box 001 Telephone 031
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickel, silver and
KING. 0PP. ALAPAI STREET
Pau Ka Hana
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel,
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. YeeHop&Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
Blue Serge Suits
- : for : - '.
WE are building
s business on these
f"! suits, they are guar-
5 anteed to be SUN
" and RAIN PROOF.
VVC ILctVC 11LCILL III
regular sizes also in
Longs and Stouts 5
j. and can fit anyone.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new andN
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying CliongXo.,
iiinc St., iia i'wii Market riW
At Your Grocers
U. S. o A.
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