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EVEN1NO nt'LUrrtN, HONOLULU- T.Jt, Tlll'IlSDAY, MAY R, 1910.
, NEW SHIPMENT OF
NOTHING BETTER MADE
rialn Black, in regular and out sizes. Black, lace
ankle; Black, all lace; Cotton, Lisle and Silk.
TAN HOSIERY Plain, lace Ankle and All lace, in
Colton,' Lisle and Silk.
WHITE HOSIERY Plain, Lace Ankle and All Lace,
in Cotton, Lisle and Silk.
SILK HOSIERY Fancy colors: Tan, Grey, Navy, Pink
and Sky. The latest in Children Hosiery and Socks:
Black, White, Tan and Rrd.
CHILDREN'S FANCY sdCKS Brown, with Brown and
White Plaid tons; Brown, with Brown and Blue Plaid
tops; White, with Black, Blue and Pink Plaid tops. Sizes
4 to 72. 35c. per pair.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE ITMN HIS Oil HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Dunn's Hat Shop
REMOVED TO 1221.23-25 FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL STREET
Cakes and Ice Cream
AT RESIDENCE ON SUNDAY ARE DELICIOUS AS A DES
. SERT ON A WARM DAY. WE SUPPLY THEM.
THE PALM CAFE,
ARE now considered a nccesspry
part of automobile, equipment.
A Speedometer wiil Hot only protect
you from the police but will prove,
ihe efficiency of your car on gaso
line and tires.
PEARY GETS MEDAL
FROM BRITISH SCIENTISTS
LONDON, May i. Conimitmler K. fc. l'chrywan acclaimed tonight
by the mcmlicia o( tlic Hojnl (leup;railit(nl Society a the (Irxt ami tho
only man who lidil ever MikhI nt the North I'ofe. Tho American ex
)tuior was present nn the BtiCBt tf the coclety, helng ptcfccntcrt with n
gold medal mid the cmlorvciitcnt of the members.
The meeting was n most enthusiastic one, l'cary being cheered by
tho llrltlsh scientists when he uroae to rcsiioml to tho presentation
Bpeeth of the ptraldcnt.
No direct refereine was made to the claims of Ur Cook, but the re
pealed reference to the guest of honor ns tho ''llrat and niilj" man to
reach tho pole showed that tho prctctislonn of the faker found no one to
filxj them credence In the llojal (leogrnphlcnl Society.
MANY SENATORS BUY SEATS. it , , i( ' (
CII1CAUU, May 4. That fifty Per cent, of tho member of tho unit
ed Slatis Senate secure their election through brlbo.ry, practically pur
chasing their seals, Is tho opinion of former Senator Mason, expressed
today, who fccest no reason for surprl sc In tho fact that Senator Lorlmer
had to buy tho votes of sonic memborn of the Illinois Legislature in tho
recent Senatorial contest.
Senator Matron Is nMnembor of tho law firm of Mnvon & Mason of
Chicago, lie was In public llfo from 1879 until lOnit, serving In tho
Illinois Legislature the House of ltepresnntathcs and Senate; being In
the latter body from 1897 until 1903. He Is n Itcpubllcan.
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LABOR UNIONS TO HAVE PARTY.
ST, LOUIS, May I. A conference of delcgntes from the various la
bor unions represented In tho American I'odcratlon of Labor and from
the farmer unions of tho country li being planned, the object being In
seo If tho'unlons can not unite In n great political party, independent of
tho existing political organizations.
Tho combined membership of the unions In Wow Is oer three mil
lion, which would make tlie party one of tho strongest Independent pur
ties ccr organized In America,
HARRIMAN'S DAUGHTER WILL WED. . ' ,
HUKl'ALO, May I, Tho engagement of Charles llumscy, tho sculp
tor, lo MNs May Hnrrlman. tho daughter oT Iho late 12. II. Harrlnian, the
rnllrnid magnate, which was nimoiincoir today In New York, has been
continued by his family here. MIij Hnrrlman. who Is generally re
ferred to as ".lny," Is tho heiress to the Harrlnian estate, which was
left to her mother.
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CAN NOT AOREE ON REFEREE.
SAN KHANCISCO. Mn I Tho principals nnd their managers In
tho coming fight for the, championship of tho world, between Jeffries
and Johnson, aio unable to ngreo on a refcrco for tho cont. Tho meet
ing today to ilionto tho ling ortlchl cnilcif In n deadlock. Anothe.'
meollug bus been arranged for May 1C.
SENATE PASSES PENSION BILL.
WASHINOTOX, I). C, May 1 The Senate today passed the pen
sion bill, wSlch appropriates 6nc hundred mid 'fifty-nve million dollars.
This Is approximately six millions less than the appropriation hill for
the, present jear carries, but Is nearly ten millions more Jhan was appro
priated for the ponslon bill of 1908.
FIRE DESTROYS FACTORY IN KANSAS CITY.
KANSAS CITY, May 1. red llrothers' manufacturing plant was de
stroyed by Urn toiln), the loss being estimated nt ono.and u half million
We arc ever careful' not to
overlook the needs of men
who effect clothes designed
along conservative lines, .but
who, nevertheless, demand a
certain portion of smartness
and a world of absolutely good
tailoring. In the standard
sack we have a garment
which, while complying with
the demands of the quiet
dresser in general outline, has
broad, handsome shoulders, a
perfect neck, and is rondo
from cither subdued or
sprightly fabrics. ,
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Ctilcugo can never abolish long Sir! llTnhs (In art museum) I
shoo horns, sas tho Washington didn't know you wero such an ad
Tost. Don't Know, considering thatlmlrjer of curios. Mrs. lllunderby.
there Is the 8h'nel lo fall hack, upon Mrs. lllunderby Oh, es, Indeed; I
ns n erv b real) o sulistltute. men- iusr iiengni in iniquiucs. iiosum
nimiil Nevvs Leader. i I Transcript.
NEW HATS, Cqast Styles
1028 Nnunnu St
MONEY - RAISING SALE
ill On at
Yee Chan & Co.
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
LADIES! TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME THIS IS THE
OPPORTUNITY TO SUPPLY YOUR WANTS FOR THE
YEAR REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY
.FANCY and PLAIN GINGHAMS Regular price, 10c.
a yard; as long as the sale lasts, IS yards for $1.
New lot of EMBROIDERY EDGING and INSERTIONS
Regular 10c. and 15c. yard; now 5c. a yard.
New lot of CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular
price, fiOc". a yard; now 20c.
REMNANTS in DRESS GOODS now on display. Will
sell at your own price.
HI?AVY WHITE 00TT0N BLANKETS Regular $1
per pair; will let them go at 65c. per pair.
nEMEMBER! ONLY 10 MORE DAYS OF THIS GREAT
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel Streets :
Before wKyfeis&fr XjJaj A
M. UU .v- -- . mHW MI-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-iBA'l
vj? c " sm&i
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Visit KSA W v
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Musi i tTV
I nd let us show you tlie latest stylet in Women's Regal
' Shoes. You won't find any footwear in town to comparr f
with them in style, quality and comfort. You won't find more V,
fashionable shoes anywhere. v V
For Women 1
Cnry one ol the new Rrgt ilyUt ii tn eiict rrptoJuction ol in npniura I 4
cuitom model. You cm tell t gtnce thtt tnex Regtl Short at $3 JO, $4 00 f'.
and $5.00 poiieM the distinctive imartaeu and exduuTe it'e of cuitom ihoet. M
Come and ice them. We. give you an exact fit, became Regal Shoei are M
made in qvarler-tlltt. tjj
REGAL SHOE CO., cor. King and Bethel B
If You Want Something Good j
You can have a clear car-
bon copy if you use
All Sizes All Grades M
Alex. Young Bldg.
Hawaiian News Co.,
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
Repaired, cleaned, and made ns
good as new. All work- guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone 10 and we will
do the rest. f
YE ARTS & ORAriS SHOP, LTD., olTcrs tho finest" sc
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 tills shop,
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best workmen in
Honolulu. ' r
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISS TRANCES K, MORRISON - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co.
IF YOUR TASTE RUNS TOWARD
THAT ARE ALWAYS PRIME AND WELL KEPT, LET
YOUR ORDER COME THIS WAY.
W. F, HEILBR0N, Proprietor
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
BooRsl Booksl Books!
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD. -Alexander
POPULAR NOVELS ; 1
Just Arrived at ,' fJn
A. U. ARLbUW & CU LTD. i ',J
Hotel. Opposite Union
For the Victor Talking,
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
" At Reasonable Prices "
, Furniture at .
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Pad Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
THE RENEAR C0.t
ALGER0BA BEAN MILL J.
The Onlv Successful - J?J
Mill tn flnri(tfti
C. W. RENEAR, Manager rS
THE PIONEER PLUMBER,
Merchant, Near Alakea
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