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Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday
BORDERED ZEPHYRS Fine quality; 32 inches wide;
in Blue and Fink Check, Blue, Pink, lavender and Black
Stripe, Regnlar price, 25c. aard; special, 6 yards forl.
FANCY BELTINGS In a variety of colors. Regular,
COo. a yard; special, 30c. a yard.
EATH TOWELS large size, heavy bath towels. Reg
ular price, J2.75 a dozen; spetial, $2.25 a dozen. Extra
size, extra heavy -bath towels. Regular price, $5.50 a
dozen; special, $4.75 a dozen.
, LADIES' BLACK PETTICOATS New styles, trimmed
in ruffles. Regular prices, $1.25, $1.50, $2 and $2.25 ;
special, 95c, $1.10, $1.50 and $2.
1010 SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES -of Ladies'
hand-embroidered 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 Beretania Streets Onnosite Fire Station
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CflAriS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are 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. MORRISON - - Manager
, Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co.
Of any kind. Apply to
83 MERCHANT STREET
MR. GRUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind of help you need.
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'EVERY SPARE MOMENT
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Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Pen Guaranteed.
A. B. ARLE1GH & CO., Hotel nr Fort
THERE IS NO HEAVINESS IN THE
CAKES and PASTRY
SOLD AT THE PALM CAFE, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
UNION. EVERY PIECE FEATHER LIGHT.
The Most Satisfactory Soap for Use. in the Office
GET A TIN FOR A QUARTER
Benson, Smith fc Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
PHONE 297 -
WALL STREET PEOPLE
ON IN ERNEST
NBW YORK, Apr. 18. The Investigation Into Wnll Street manipu
lation methods Is on In earnest, Governor Hughes today announced that
on Wednesday the hearing on the gigantic hull 'movement of the cottou
market will be commenced.
I'otton, the cotton king, who managed to corner the, cotton mar
ket and all but caused a disastrous panic among cotton buyers, linn
been subpoenaed as n wltnesi. Till a fact Ig believed to Indicate that
the government Is determined to got to the bottom of the scandal, and
some Interesting developments ara nwaltcd.
ALDRICH WILL QUIT CONGRESS.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Apr. 18. Senntor Aldrlcli lodny announced
that he will positively retire at tho conclusion of his present term. Ill
health Is given by the veteran lawmaker as his reason for stepping
down and out.
Nelson A. Aldrlch has been more or less the slarm center during
the last few Congresses. He Is the acknowledged leader of the regu
lar Republicans In the Senate, and he Is generally supposed to be the
personal representative of the mono ycd Interests.
SW0PE CASE WITNESS DEAD'.
KANSAS CITY, Apr. 18. Doctor Twyman, physician to the Swope
family, rind one of the most Important witnesses for the prosecution,
died today. '
home on Ucretunla street tomorrow
MEET PILIKIA ' 3 !' '
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clety for tho 1'reventlon of Cruelty
to Children, naming Manager A, II.
Pollard as the offender. The trou
ble occurred on February 18, and
according to tho dispatches, the chil
dren were taken from the custody of
Now comes Manager Pollard with
a counter chargo, and according to
advices from Madras of February 23,
A. II. Pollard, as proprietor of I'ol-i
lard's Lilliputian Opera Company,'
applied for processes to Ibsuo against
II. 1). Millar and K. Rouse, on a
charge of kidnapping fifteen of his
Juvenile nctors and actresses. Com
plainant alleged that on tho night
of tho ICth Instant, ho accused, with
several others, 'forcibly1 took away
the children from his custody, and
they had now been taken to Ilanga
lore. His Lordship the Fourth Presi
dency Magistrate directed notices to
Issue, made returnable on the 28th
Instant. Application for warrant for
the production of the children was
made to stand over till complainant
had made out a prima facte case.
"TOM!' LUCAS DROPS .
DEAD AT HIS HOME
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was born In California, but came to
tho Islands when a babe, and for
tho better part of the fifty-eight
years of his Ilfo he mado his home
In Honolulu. He married a charm
ing daughter of Hawaii, and she,
with four sons nnd a daughter, are
left. The children are Miss Callle,
George J.ucas. of the custom houso
force: Albert, with the Hawaiian
Bloctrlc Company; Thomas, who Is
an electrician In San Francisco; and
Norman, n boy In school. Aside from
his Immodlato .family, ho leaves four
brothers and a sister, Mrs. Dunbar.
He was associated with John and
Charles Lucas in the firm of Lucas
Brothers. Resides these aro George,
Albert and William Lucas.
"In the good old days" Tom Lucas
was very much to the front In'poli
tics, and even to this day stories are
told of the lively and successful can
vass he made against Jas. F. Mor
gan for election to the lower house
under tho monarchy when the Na
tional Reform movement was on, U
was In that campaign that lie gain
ed the name of "The Little, Red
Lion." Mr. Lucas was extremely In
dependent In his ideas, and took or
ders from no one In his conclusions
on public' affairs.
The funeral will .be held from the
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT OF LAND
off LUSO STREET, above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence. Nice' Manie
nie lawn; some fruit trees. On car
line. f in walking distance to Post
P. E. R. STRAUCB
Waity Building 74 S. King Street
MAN HUNT STILL
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hand and knees, then suduenly Jump
at the fence and begin to bark. Al
though much frightened, tho owner
of the dog managed to keep his
senses, nnd when the warder appear
ed q'n the Bcene he was told that
nothing was the matter.
Sheriff Jarrctt has a big lot of
men out on tho trail at night timo,
and this morning ball cartridges
were served out tn a lot of notice
officers, who f III tonight take up the
hunt lor Grace.
Grace's wife Is still at tho police
station, and although she says that
she Is not a'frnld to go out In the
daytime, she positively refuses to do
so at night. -'She has been to her
room on King .street for some cloth
ing, but returned at Onco to the
About G o'clock this morning a
largo bloodhound that belonged to
Captain Parker appeared at the po
lice station, nnd, after looking
around' the place as If anxious to
find somebody, turned around and
walked towal'ds Nuuanu street. It
Is thought that the animal had a
Grace story also. ,
Tonight the same lot of ofllcers
and assistants will search all the
likely spots where Grace may possi
bly be hidden ,hut It Is thought that
It wilt only bo through. some 'In
former that the man will be cap
Rough weather at Kaanapall has
been tho cause of a postponement In
tho sailing of tho American-Hawaiian
steamer Nevadan for San Francisco
Tho vessel will return from tho Man'
port this evening.
Tho Novadanwlll be dispatched for
the coast at 5 o'clock ou Wednesday
evening Instead of the same hour thlk
evening. Slio Is making her last trip
under tho American-Hawaiian house
flag, and upon arrival nt San Francis
o will be turned over to tho Matron
Navigation Co., which has entered
Into n charter for tho steamer. It In
stated that the Nevadan will continue
to operate on a direct servlco be
tween tho California port and Honn.
Be a Booster for Hawaii and attend
the Vaudeville entertainment at the
Empire on' Hawalj Yacht night
To Consumers of Government Water,
On and after July 1, 1910, water
rate for purposes of Irrigation will
bo raised Vt of ono cent per square
yard of the net area Irrigated. The
present rate being H cent per
squaro yard of the area Irrigated.
Superintendent of Public Works.
4597 Apr. 19, 20; My 3, 10.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
For Men and
HTO 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 material. No
one is more critical of
the clothes we sell
than we are, no
matter what kind or
what price We have
ing trade on absolute
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(Rochester, N. Y.)
Sweet Pickled Peaches and Peais-
In three and five-pound glass jars.
Assorted Preserved Fruits
' In three-pound glass jars.
' ' Assorted Fresh Fruitstj
i In one and one-half-pound jars. i i
TUado Ana TT-nii-ici Tn TJAitfan.imi '' '!
Henry May & Co. r.td.
Tree Sample e"
Youll get it promptly
ami It will settle the
roofing problem for
ou. You never w
that quality before it
ihal price. .When
your order comes, you
will like it Kill better.
The perfect rollj, .no
flaws or weak soots.
lwith the ends care-
I fully protected, mate
Vttry inch of the roofing available.
No wasto trimmtntri. nt drAW
dges on Congo Roofing:''
Wnto for tho Sunploli
LEV7EBS & COOKE, LTD
177 So. King Street!
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET C0VEES 15c. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apieoe .
SHIRTWAISTS T.50o. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIQ0 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.
BIQ LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
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