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EVENING T)UM.ETIN, HONOLULU T H. MONDAY, AMI. IS 1910.
Monday, Tuesday, & .Wednesday
BORDERED ZEPHYRS Fine oualitY! 32 inches wide;
in Blue and rink Check, Blue, Fink, Lavender and Black
Stripe. Regular price, 25c. a jnrd; special, 0 yards for $1.
FANCY BELTINQ3 In a varisty of colors. Regular,
C0c. a yard; special, 30c. a yard.
BATH TOWELS large size, heavy hath towels. Reg
ulftr -price, $2.75 a dozen; spc:ial, $2.25 a dozen. Extra
size, extra heavy bath towels. Regular price, $5.50 a
dozen; special, $4.75 a dozen,
LADrES' BLACK PETTICOATS New styles, trinuned
in ruffles. Regular prices, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25;
- special, 05c.j $1.10, $1.60 and $2.
1010 SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES of Ladies'
hand-cmbroidercd SHIRT-WAISTS. The daintiest and
most exquisite waists we have ever shown. Also. LINEN"
TAILORED WAISTS. Now on display in our Fort street
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets O"nosite Fire Station
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAriS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se
lection, of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX VATER COLORS arc on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS FRANCES "k. MORR.ISON - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co.
Of any kind. Apply to
83 MERCHANT STREET
MR. ORUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind 6f help you need.
MP."': ' EVERY SPARE MOMENT
i . CAN BE UTILIZED
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Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Pen Guaranteed.
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.. Hotel nr Fort
THERE IS NO HEAVINESS IN THE
CAKES and PASTRY
SOLD AT THE PALM CAFE, HOTEL STREET, HEAR
UNION. EVERY PIECE" FEATHER LIGHT.
The Most Satisfactory Soap for Use in the Office
JQET A, TIN FOR A QUARTER
Benson, Smith fc Go.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
TELEPHONE 760 ,
BEFORE CHINESE RIOTERS
CHANOSHA, Clilnii. April 17.' The uiitl-foreleii riot, which
btoke nut here Friday, when It wag reported u in our the Clilncse that
the foreigners were nttenintlne to rorner tho rliii iniilily. ling assumed
such serious proportions that the IVencli Ro'vefWijent lias ordered it
cruiser to proceed as fnr ns practicable ip the'' Yong-tFe-Klnlig river
ml land n force of sallorH and marines to iirotect the lles of foreigners.
All the buildings owned by the white residents of the ilty and l
clnlty hotn been destroyed, whllo tho rented nuarters linvo heen brolten
Into and sacked by the rioters. All through the prnWiiro tho whites
are In grave danger. They hae tied from tho city and are mnltlivs
their way north for safety. The fury of tho rioters appears to lie es
pecially directed towards the white missionaries, and It is thought that
none of theso who fall Into the hands of the mob will he spared.
The rioters have found that the scarcity of rice which they had
blamed upon the foreigners resulte 1 In no way from any attempt at u
comer. In spite of a vigorous search through tho deserted buildings of
the foreigners no hoard of the grain has been dlsnncreil. There Is no
rice to be had, and the people of the district find themselves face to
fiio with a rice famine.
GREAT RECEPTION FOR COLONEL ROOSEVELT.
HUDAI'EST, Hungary, Apr. 17 Not since the dajs when I.otils
Kossuth, the great Hungarian patriot and the Idol of his countrymen
rcoled the enthusiastic greetings of the people has there been any
popular demonstration hero In honor of any man to, equal that given to
day to Colonel Hoogeelt, whose progress through Hungary has been .1
erltnlilo triumphal procession.
When Mr. Roosevelt and his party reached this city today they
passed from thu depot to tliclr hotel through solid walls of people, who
cheered .him continuously, nud who showed their enthusiasm In many
w.i)s Tho streets of tho city were decorated with American flags In
honor of the occasion. '
In nn Interview with representatives of the "Iludapcst press, Mr.
Hnoseclt denied tho report that he was ngitntjng among tho klngi
a ml the emperors of. lluropo any Ideas or movement towards n limita
tion of nruinmcnlH, In twlilcli the Powers would mutually agree In re
duce their standing armies nnd put n limit upon naval construction.
FOUR YEARS ENOUGH FOR TAFT.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. 17. President Taft. after concluding
one year of his Presidential term, lias come to tho opinion Hint the
cares of thu oluco outweigh alt th u honors nnd thut the difficulties to
bo ocrcomc are too many for the pleasures there are In the work
Such Is the Impression created by tho speech delivered here last night
by the President at a banquet, at which he was the guest of honor
"One term Is enough for me," lie said In conclusion of a lengthy ad
dress, In which he outlined tho troubles of tho head executive of the
nation and leferrcd to tho attneks made upon him nud his cabinet
from so many sides.
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R00SEVELTS DINE WITH FRA1IZ JOSEPH.
VI13NNA, Alii. I". Kmporor Franz Joseph was the host estorday
of Colonel Uoosevelt, entertaining tho distinguished American at a din
ner given In the Hofburg, the Imperial palace.
Tho Hoosovelt party lcnvo today for Iludapest, being one day ahead
of tho schedule planned. Thy party will spend three day's in the Hun
garian capital and will then leave for l'arl's.
ARMY BALLOON CREW KILLED. h
lUTTUUSnin.D, Saxony, Apr 17. The army balloon Delltzscli
was tlircfwu to the earth during a storm toda,)' while taking part In
army maneuvers. Tho four mem making up Uie ww .wore all killed.
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LONDON, Apr. 17 Tho Atlantic transport Minnehaha Is ashore on
the Si Illy Islands. Sixty-four of her passengers huvo been safely landed.
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MEXICAN OFFICIAL DEAD.
CITY Ob' MEXICO, Apr. 17 Senor Don Ignaelo Marlscal, tho Sec
retary of t'orolgu Affairs In tiro Mcxlcnn government. Is dead.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the aniemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure 7ood, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Simple) free to Physicians and Druftlstl. '
At all Druggists.
'HOrlUCK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclm, Wis., U.S.A.
NOT A SCRATCH ON
LITTLE KELLY, WHO '
FELL THREE STORIES
LYNX, Muss. Down nt the Long
Island College they have Kelly, Ills
first name Is Frank, Karly last
evening, Kelly, who only two years
ngo was christened, did a double
somersault which had any circus
tin tiler benten oft tho boards, from
a thlid-story window nt his homo,
ut 191 llond street.
Frank ht the pavement, thirty
live feet below, right side up with
cnio, and when his distracted mo
ther reached him via tho stairs he
muttered something In baby talk
that sounded like "(lee, that was
fast!' Then he cried.
Expecting Mm to die In her nrmi
'at any moment, Mrs. Kelly ran up
stairs, while neighbors sent In a call
for a doctor. Dr, Klepper, of the
Long Island College Hospital, res
ponded and found the little, fellow
the most unconcerned of a kolililm:
A most careful examination fall
ed to disclose ony injury. Unwill
ing to believe tho boy could have
fallen from such n height and es
caped even a bruise, tho doctor took
him to the hospital for a more thor
Every do-tor on the houso statt
hat examined tho little fellow, and
all liae returned the same -erdkt.
lit nothing develops before morning
l'rank will bo sent home.
The Most Delicious Olive Oil
This oil ii made from absolutely sound, perfect olives,
and is pure and unadulterated,
Put up at "Nice, France, in Vii Va and 1-gallon tins,
with patent spout.
ASK YOUR OROCER FOR IT
For Men and
rTO enjoy the feel
ing of being
dressed in authorita
tive style is the keen
desire of every clothes
loving man. This is
the kind of clothes
we carry the latest
styles. Every gar
ment unites the
world's best tailoring
and mnterial. No
one is more critical of
the clothes we sell
than we are, no
matter what kind or
what prick We have
established our cloth
ing trade on absolute
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(Rochester, N. Y.)
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KTAT n k
Sweet Pickled Peaches and Pears-
In hrcc and five-pound glass jari.
Assorted Preserved Fruits
', In three-pound glass jars.
Assorted Fresh Fruits -J
'In one and one-half-pound jars. ,,tn,j
These Are Fruits In Perfection k
Henry May fe Co. Ltd.
Pree Sample cJ
You'll jet it promptly
and it will sttlle the
roofing problem for
)oj. You nevtr saw
that quality before at,
that price. , When
your order comes, you
will like it still better.
The perfect rolls, no
flaws or weak spots,
utltl. fl.j. .nil. .a-
..,. ..V VMM Vlb-
fully protected, matte
ttry inch of the roofing available.
No waste trimmings, no broken
dge on Congo Roofing: f
Writo for tho Sarnplol;
IEWER3 & COOKE, LTD
177 So. King Street
Starting April 2nd,
, - ?or Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS , 40c. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS .., 50c. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now ...,...-. , 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE ... 12 YanU for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS . . t 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS .' 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BID LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
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