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NEW SPRING STYLES OF
A. F. C. GINGHAMS
In Plaid and Stripes j beautiful colon; look like the
Scotch Plaids. Only 10:. per yard.
WHITE CURTAIN SWISS
Thirty-six inches, good quality, new designs; 0 yards
MEN'S BLACK S9CKS
Good quality, fast color; 25c. per pair.
v . MEN'S FINE BLACK SOCKS
Fait color; 35c. a pair, 3 pairs for $1.
MEN'S FANCY COLORED SOCKS
35c. a pair, 3 pairs for $1.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Qniosite Fire Station
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAriS SHOP. LTD., offers the finest se.
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. Thev famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for ;nle.
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.
WPVrm' . EVERY SPARE MOMENT
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A. B. ARLEIGB & CO., Hotel nr Fort
THERE IS NO HEAVINESS IN THE
CAKES and PASTRY
SOLD AT THE PALM CAFE, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
UNION. EVERY PIECE rEATHER LIGHT.
The Most Satisfactory Soap for Use in the Office
GET A TIN FOR A QUARTER
Benson, Stnith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
I'AKIS, Apr. 21. No reigning sovereign ever a glyen n greater
reception than that given here to Itoosevelt today,, Is, the wa I.e Temps
expreiteB It, anil tho French press generally declare that Hooseolt's tour
of Europe ami the receptions and ontertalnmonts git en to him by alt
nations liavo no equal In history. Never before, sajs ho Temps, re-
llectlng the tone of the French prs generally, has a travaler been given
such ovations in i;uropcan capitals ns llooseveit nns rcccltod.
Visits were exchanged today by President I'alllcres and ex-1'resl-dent
Itonscvelt. This etching the American visiter uttended the Comedle
Prtuicnlse and ttns given a tremendiiiB ovation.
CLEMENS DIED OF BROKEN1 HEART.
IlKUDl.NO, Conn., Apr. 21. Scores of telegrams of condolence hat a
been received by the family of tho late S. I.. Clemens, who died here to
day. Prom all oter tho world came cables and telegrams honoring the
memory of the deceased author,
It is the opinion of his relatives and tho nttcmllng' plijBlclnns that
Clemens' death was due to despondency over tho loss of his daughter. l!u
was heartbroken, nnd could not bo consoled.
MARKET. LOOKS GOOD
TO POLLITZ & CO.
Hdward Pollltz & Co , in a letter to
tho Itenry Waterhouse Trust Com
pany, received by tho Sierra tojay,
"Tho American Sugar Refining Com
reported as In great need of assist
nnco from a tug or steamer. Tho ves
sel was said to have sustained dam
ago to her rudder, which Incapacitated
her continuing to tho California port
under her own steam.
The cables received at Honolulu
stated that tho steamer Santa Clara
had been dispatched to tho assistance
of tho distressed I.urllnb. This how
ever Is belloted to hat a been an er
ror In names and from what can bo
I learned the American oil tanker San
ta Maria, that sailed from Tort San
pany in New York has been buying I-uls on April' 17th, bound for Mono
raw sugar considerably In tho open lulu, may have been tho vessel that
market and at tho samo tlmo depress- was sent to help the I.urllno to a port
Ing prices In order to contlnuo bujlng of safety..
at n cheaper lotcl. For instance to- Castle i cooko, tpo local agents for
day (hero has been a salo reported of
40,000 bags at 4 24. Whllo this has
not been ofllclnlly confirmed, wo lmto
reason, to belloto that tho transaction
has taken place.
"Our prltats reports about the Cub
an crop are to tho effect that this
tho l.urline, nro Inclined to bellevo
that a mlstako lias been mado some
where Inasmuch ns they claim to hato
not been notified of any trouble com
ing to tho LurVno on her recent trip
to San Francisco. This firm states
that a cablu was recottcd on Wodnes
year's crop will be fifteen per cent day announcing tho safe arrival of
minimum short against tho highest tho Matson vessel and nothing was
estimate of 1,800,000 tons, and that Intimated which would Indicate that
tho next year's crop Is tery seriously her rudder had been damaged.
affected by tho sovcro drought now I Tho reported wireless received by
existing, Besides this, tho European the Sierra 'plainly Indicates that the
crop Is short about 245,000 tons, and l.urline has met with some, sort of pill
we have no doubt that within a short kla on her last trip to tho coast.
tlmo tho market will bo higher." Tho local agency has received no
word concerning a chango In tho pro
jected sailing of the liner for Ilono
WILL NOT SUCCEED
t: (Special Dispatch to the Chron-
M Icle. ' IV
8 Washington. April 14. Abro- B
tt gatlon of the coastwise naviga- Hl
tlon laws ns nppl)lng between tt
tt San Francisco and Hawaii Is not tt
tt probable at this session, alt'iough 8
tt tho bill was reported fatorably tt
tt in the Houso by the votes of six tt
tt Democrats and tlireo Itcpubll- tt
tt cans, Tho ouponmls of tho tt
tt measure say the only effect of It tt
tt would be to give tho Islands ono tt
tt additional steamer n month, that tt
tt of tho Japanese Hue. Tho Amcr- tt
tt lean lines hnvo been wiring pro- tt
tt tests and tho bill will, In all prob- tt
tt ability, bo allowed to die. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 8 tt tt tt tt 8 8 8 8 tt
The members of tho McRao Stock
Company resent tho criticism offered
by a morning sheet to the effect that
the costuming nnd uniforms worn ut
the Initial production of Old Heidel
berg, at tho Hawaiian Opera House
last evening departed from the doslgn
as laid down In tho presentation of tho
play by tho great Mansfield. Tho
contention is raised that a full color
plate of the uniforms of the German
Army offlcors appeals opposlto paga
G32 of the Standard Dictionary, and
the sword belt appears on the outside
of all the coats except the fatigue uni
form. There has been some criticism1
on the uniforms worn in Old Heidel
berg and Mr. McRae, hnvlng been In
tho Hlchard Mansfield moductlon,
pouches for tho coneclncss of the
costuming of his platers. Mr. Mans
field Insisted on tho costumes and
properties In bis productions being ab
solutely correct, ho would never use
a fourteenth century goblet In a six
teenth century play, and If these cos
tumes aro copied after his It Is nosf-
tlvely asserted that thoy conform to
tho Herman Army regulations.
A Rare Opportunity
to BUY A LARGE TRACT OF LAND
of! LUS0 STREET.' above Mormon
church, containing 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for a residence, Nice Manie
nie lawn; some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post
P. E. R. STRAIICH
WaityBuilding 74 S. King Street
This afternoon at ttto o'clock a mes
sage was sent Ip. tho police station
tromia house near tho Hlrano hotel,
and Investigation showed that a 1'orto
ltlcan named Kjllclmo had attempted
to break Into n house In which a na
tive woman was living.
Within ten minutes of tho timo of
the call being sent In the Porto Klcau
was In a cell at tho police station. A
chargo will be laid against him this
evening and tomorrow morning the
man will have to appear In ourt.
(API. HIM IS MUD
This morning at the police station
Captain Hudson was charged with
having used threatening language to
ward T. Martin. A second charge
of having pointed a revolver at the
complainant was atco laid. The
llrtit case was stricken and the de
fendant committed to the Circuit
Court on tho second charge.
Martin swore that Hudson met
him at Knplola.nl Park and, drawing
u , revolver, .'pointed It nt him nnd
said: "I'll shoot you, you r V
fool." A hack drove up about that
time, and the occupant, a woman
named Ryan, 'saw the gun In Hud
Hudson, on the witness stand,
swore that when ho met Martin the
latter had a club in his hand and
that Martin raised the stick and
said: "I've been waiting for )ou,
nnd now 1 have got ou, you
SIERRA MADE A FAST RUN.
(Continued from Pace 1)
the seas kicked up a considerable
Tho SlormVs pronounced as n
mighty spccily,'boitt with tho addi
tion of her larger keels. There Is
none of the rolling that character
ized n toy ago to Snn Francls:o by
The Sierra arrived oft' tho port nt
a tery early hour this, morning and
was alongside the Oceanic wharf by
7:30 o'clock. The little band of
forty-nine cabin passengers had n
rather loncisomo. but, netortheless,
enJoable, trip. The steamer arrived
here with nearly two hundred va
cant first-class berths.
Down In her holds the Sierra
brings 1789 tons of merchandise.
There was but one automobile. In
cluded In tho cargo Is a shipment of
five buLdred'tons' of nltro for tho
fertilizer concerns of Honolulu. A
mainland mall amounting to 161
sacks arrited by the vessel.
The Sleca steamed as follows
April 17, 37G miles; 18th, 3G1 miles;
19th, 36C miles; 20th, 37S miles,
und 21st, to port, 345 miles.
The vessel Is scheduled to sail (or
San Francisco nt 10 o'clock on Wed
TENYO TO BRING THIRD PARTY.
(Continued from Pace 1)
business house. Ho Is more, popu
larly known as tho "tobacco king ot
Japan." Ho Is also a banker, nnd
has Interests In many mercantile
houses In the empire. Whether these
two millionaires of Japan will bo ac
companied by their families is' not
During the 'stay of the Maru In
Honolulu, It Is expelled that the dis
tinguished financiers will be enter
tained by the local Japanese.
This Is tho third party of iho bus
iness men of Japan to travel around
the world. The first one, which pass
ed through here on Its way back to
Japan, was headed by Huron Shlbu
zawa, ono of the greatest financiers
of Japan. The second party, which
left Japan on the Chlyo Mnru, pass
ed through" here last Friday,
Attorney Peterson appeared for
tho prosecution, und Attorney Hit
ting for the defense Judge .Andrado
committed the defendant to the Cir
cuit Court fo'r trial.
Tho oxecutlvo nnd schedule .com
mittee of tho Athletlo Lcaguo will
meet at 4 o'clock this afternoon to
draw up a schedulo for tho spring
(Continued from Page 1.)
Tho Lurllno was approaching San
Francisco and was apparently about
rour hundred miles on that port whCu .
. t. Olnnn Ittl.ulnnn I n t A WAn .1, n.l n ..in.S-4
till? KlUlia T,IUt7l30 lUlCIVVHVU U. MICO-
sage being forwarded to the United
Wireless station at San Francisco
from Captain Weedon of th6 l.urline,
Tho Matson Navigation vessel was
TENDERS for furnishing tho City
and County ot Honolulu with mate
rial and supplies for the month of
May, 1910, will be received at the
Office of the City and' County Clerk
until tho hour of 12:1S p, m. ot
Thursday, April 28, ldlO.
Tenders may bo obtained, upon ap
plication, at the, Office of the City
and County Clerk, Mclutre building,
D, KALAUOKAIjANI, JR.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
April 22, 1910." . GOOO-lt
For Moil and
HPO 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 v
we carry the latest
styles. Evrry 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
established our cloth
ing trade on absolute
(Rochester, N. Y.)
. Sweet Pickled Peaches and Pears
In three and five-pound glass jars.
Assorted Preserved Fruits
In three-pound glasi jars.
' ' Assorted Fresh Fruits
-In one and one-half-pound jnfs. 3
These Are Fruits In Perfection
Heiiry May & Co. r.td
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Gives a richly-tinted gloss
finish in perfect imitation of
any selected natural wood.
Apply it on floors, furniture,
'chairs, wickerware, etc. It
will make marred or scratch
ed pieces look like new.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO STREET
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only ;',
CORSET COVERS ' 15o. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50c. to $1.50 Apiece ..
INDI00 now '. 5c. a Yard ,
FLANNELETTE .., 12 Yards for $1 "
Big lot of LADIES' BELTS 5e. Apiece
" " " MEN'S 8HIRTS 25c. Apiece
" " " VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c. " f
BIQ LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC. -.(J
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