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EVUNlNd lIUt.I.ETIN, HONOLULU. T II, MONDAY, Al'lt. 25, 1910.
SPECIAL MONEY SAVING PRICES
for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
.lutflAN HEAD 33 inches wide, Nine yards for $1.
TURKEY-RED TABLECLOTHS Size, ff-4; fringed.
Regular price, $2.25; special, $1.75.
.'WHITE PLAID NAINSOOK 28 inches wide. Regular
price, 15c; special, 10c. a yard.
ALPACA 38 inches wide; nothing better for bathing
suits. Colors: Black, Navy nnd Red. Regular price, 75c.;
special, 50c. a yard.
LADIES' TWO-BUTTON SILK MESH OLOVES Black,
White, Grey and Champagne. Regular, 05c. a pair; special,
50c. n pair, ,
NEW OOODS Wc arc showinir many new styles and
creations in Dress nnd Tailored HATS. All of the new
shades and tints Something to suit ovcryonc. If you wish
a large, medium or small hat, wc have it. Also, n full as
sortment of SAILOR HATS.
NEW FLOWERS AND TRIMMINGS.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER TbllT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Onnosite Fire Station
Chinese Commissioner Of
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anremic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, 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 mother's. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samplei free to PhyiicUni and Drufliti. '
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racine, Wis., U. S. A.
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAFIS SHOP. -LTD., ofTcrs the finest se.
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WJX WATER COLORS 'are on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is n 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.
MwL M ,';, CAN BE UT,LIZED
IStaffei Statin MS
l i t I'd
Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Fen Guaranteed.
A. B. ARLEIGH SCO., Hotel nr Fort
Out fit one Immliod nnil ten Ions (if
freight th it nrrhed nt Honolulu from
Kau rrniiclscn by Alio Pacific Mnll
Stunner Chlnn thin morning, tlicro
ero flo uulOiiKiljllca fur local 1m-
The Clilua caino alongside, tlio Chan
nel Wharf nt 10 o'clock nftcr wlint In
ilcclnreil an one of the ilennantent toy
nges clonn from Snn Kranclitco, exper
ienced I) that panel In ninny nionllm.
Tlio orpcI drought a score of cabin
passengers fr this port Including hcv
ernl well Itnown kamnalnas, nnd also
n few tourists.
Captain Daniel Pride, better known
to tho shipping community ns "Ninety
rnthom Dan, continued to llvo up lo
his n ell earned reputation lis a safe,
winn nnd coiiserntlc lavlgttor nnd
lie brought his ship to I. stundstlll not
far off Diamond Head at an early hour. I
Tho Chlnn was xpceillh given prnc
n. i... ii. t...t...i n..n.n..n ..
liifuu iij iiiu iv.iui.il ijiiaiiiiiiiuu u-
tliorlllt'H nnd (ho China then took up
tho balance of tho oago toward tho
Harbor nnd up In her dock,
There aro about threo thousand
tons iif throimh cargo to bo left nt tho
Jnpaneso nnd Chinese ports of call.
Xearly two thousand tons of .cotton
for tlio Japan spinning mills Is being
transported to tho Knst.
Ono hundred steernga pissengers
mostly Chinese, nro returning to the
land of their nativity,
Whllo hero, tho essel will bo sup
plied with two hundred and fifty tons
Tho China Is scheduled to salt for
Japan ports and Hongkong nt B
o'clock this exenlng A half dozen
passengers !mo booked for tlio Or
ient from this port.
U II. Kerr, the Honolulu business
man, returned fiom u successful buy
ing ttlp by the steamer Chlm While
nhsent from this clt, Mr. Kerr lslt
ed all the prominent cistern commciv
clal centers on tho mainland.
It Itudhnd llodo nnd Mrs Ilode, n
former organist at St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, liae returned from a main
H. C, I.'uKllth Is a through insscti
gor. en roito to Korea where ho takes
mi his clii les ns eimlneer llh one of
tho large mining companies there. He
leaes the vehsct at Yokohama. W. I.
Smith Is one of the lante number of
ninlnlnnd tea timers who mule early
pilgrimages to JaKin.
T. Zelle represents n 1 irge IhisIiiohi
firm In Ilollanil. nnd he Is making n
round trio to the Orient on tho China.
F. H. Olbson nnd Mrs. fllhxon aro
connected with tho Insular llovcrn
ment in tho l'hlllpplnes and nro re
turning from iin.extended leao of ab
sciico spent iu tho United States
Wong Quen Wall Is a Commissioner
of rommerco sent to tho United suites
by the Imperial government. Hn has
rbeen looking Into business conditions
on tho mainland for soernl months
past and now returns to Peklni; to-
make lilx report.
Oeorgo 1'oklpala. who, was charged
with asMiiilt nnd battery, had n sus
pended sentence of thirteen month
registered against him this morning at
tho police comt.
Threo drunks wcro down on tho po
llco court calendar this morning, and
two of them appeared In court nnd
wore Unci SI each. Tho third man
forfeited his ball of $G Instead of ap
pearing In court
Hon I! r Afronso or Illlo, Hawaii,
Is In town, having nrrhed lust Sat
urday on n private business, Jle will
probnbly lenvo on tho Mauna K,en to
morrow. lr. Affonso Is eilltor of A
Scltn rnbllslilng Co. Ltd. of Illlo.
Threo Chinese, Wong Chow, Wong
Lack nnd Ah Ping, charged with as
sault with a weapon dangerous to Ufa
wore arraigned this morning In tho
circuit court liofnra Judge Cooper and
pleaded not guilty. Tho caso was sot
for trial on Tuesday May 2.
For 3 Days Only
SALE BEGAN TODAY
A Large Assortment of
Egyptian Silver Shawls
Regular Value, $10 and $15, now
$6 to $8
Come Early and Get the Best '
Parisian Art Co.,
Fort Street Harrison Bid.
FOR GRAND MASTER
Elaborate Program Of
Tho Masons of Hnwall are preparing
mi elaborate reception to Grand Mas
ter W. Franklin l'krco of tho (Iruttd
Uidge of California, who will arrive
hero on the Manchuria on May 2.
A delegation of prominent Masons
will go out In n launch' to extend tho
first wolcomo to tho Grand Master.
On Tuesday evening there will bo n
reception and bill at tho Alexander
Young hotel. About nine hundred In
vitations will bo sent out to Masons
nnd their families On Wcdntsjlaj a
banquet will bo tendered to Ornnd
Master Plcrco by tho Masters, Past
Mnstcrs and Wardens of th; Honolulu
lodges. On Thursday night tho
Knights Templars will bo hosts to tho
visiting grand master, ho being next
In Hue fur tho ofllce of llrnnd Com
Tho following committee chairmen
havo been namtd to act In connection
with (ho reception to Ornnd Master
Past MaBtcr Spaulding of Hnwallin
Lodge, chairman of tho general com
mittee; Past Master Petrlo of Pacific
1Odgo, chairman of tho committee on
entertainment; Past Muster Orossnnn
of Hawaiian Lodga, chairman of tho
commltteu on 'reception nnd ball. Mr.
Omssmnn will act us tonstnutter at
SOME' REFUSE TO REMOVE HATS.
(Continued from Pace 1.)
quarters of those preticnt responded to
tho Invitation, thereby slgnlfjlng their
intention of giving tho malo portion
of tho congrcgitlnu n chance to rco
the preacher and the choir
"Tho action of tho ladles wns
brought to my attention nnd notice of
It wns given In tho Church calendar n
"This movement Is a movement en
tirely by the Indies of tho church.
They acted without any consultation
with tho minister of Central Union
although they knew thut he was In
sjmpathy with tho mnvoment.
"Tho men of the palth feel very
happy now that tho omon hnve
moved In this nutter Tho men felt
that If they moved first that their act
mliiht huvo been Interpreted ns uu tin
gallant one. Considerably more tlnn
half of tho ladles present at j ester
da) 's services remocdthelr hats. This
war paillculiirly noticeable, as It win
n very cool day."
In answer to the question ns to
whether n clonk room should not ho
Mt nnldn for tho Indies of Central
Union church, where lints could ba
left during divine service. Dr. Scudder
said: "If tho ladles M n cloal:
room, this will undoubtedly be furn
ished them by tho trustees."
Dr. Scudder was asked If ho did not
think It was wrong that 'women should
removo their hats In a jnered edifice,
especially during dlvlno rervlco, nflo'
what St. Paul has said In refeienco to
women covering their hodus. Dr.
Scudder said that tho women of tho
biblical dns did not wolr creations
threo feet In width, but worn veiled
similar to tho saris worn by tho wo
men of India and Arabia.
"In lloman Catholic nnd I'ptscopil
(hurihes tho women niomnor of thy
congregitlou lire, not nllovod to io
movo their hiadgcar. "That Is a mat
ter that ought not to bp diseased It
Is purely n parochial Hffalr (.id If tho
women of Central Union church wish
to removo their hats dmli.f dlvltiu
tervlco I seo nothing wrong l.t It. Tho
wholo congregation will tho better bo
able to see tho preacher and tho
There were fourteen cases on tho
police court calendar this morning nnd
four of them wcro nollo prosBed as
tho matter had been taken up by tho
grand Jury Tho Indictments aroso
out or tho row and stabbing affair nt
tho Chlneso theater last week.
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING GOOD.
WILL SUPPLY YOU. HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION.
the palm cafe, The New Ocean View Tract
' NOW ON
Our Window Display will Interest
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Again We Offer
I . Tr ' nw
" 7"OU'LL find it a pleasure to
1 do business here; not only
because of what-you Buy,
, J r- '
but because ot the way wc sell it to
you The illustration is ol one of the
suits wc are selling for
It is rich in simplicity ?.nd follows
the ideas of the high priced Eastern
tailors. Wc show them in extensive
variety of the most pleasing patterns
your eyes ever beheld.
The price TWENTY DOLLARS.
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in the
history of our city. Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaimuki helping to
make 100,000 American population.
The best recommendation that can be given any property it the fact that it ii selling, that the
people 'want it, and that ths very best people want it. Our sales in the New Ocean View District
property during the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
boucht for home-bulldine nurposes after investigating all other sections of the city, We have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building summer and winter homes and share in our delightful cli- I
mate and' promising future. Our sales and the class or people to wnom we nave sold arc tnc best
evidence of our property s value.
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIOHTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE,' PAVED STREETS, KOKO HEAD BREEZE.
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
Wc extend everyone an invitation to see our property and the extensive improvement we are
making for the development ot a residential district that will be a credit to any city. Take the Wai
alac car, and upon your arrival at Kaimuki call at our branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinsont
who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with maps, literature and all the in
formation you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; site,
75 ft. x ISO ft., or 11,250 sq, ft. each. Our terms are $50 cash down and $10.00 per month on
each lot. Call up telephone 650 and make an appointment with one of our representatives.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND KOKO HEAD AVENUE' I
III IIH 1
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