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For Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
EMBROIDERY PIOUNCINQ An assortment of pat
terns, 18 inches wide; 60c. per yard, reduced to 40c. a
yard, GERMAN TORCHON LACE 2a to 3 inches wide;
SI a dozen yards, red iced to COc. a dozen yards. VEIOUR
FLANNELS Pretty pitterns and nice quality; 27 inches
wide; 20c. a yard, rejuced to 12VaC. a yard. CURTAIN
SWISS White with red, blue and green dots; 30 inches
wide; 25c. a yard, reduced to 6 yards for SI. TWILL
TOWELING 5o. per yard, $1.10 for piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS Allover Embroidery, Edrings, Insertions and
Beadings. Also a fine assortment of Embroidery Flouncing.
Very pretty for graduating dresses. TRIMMINGS New
styles of trimming for wash dresses, in pink, lavender,
navy and light blue; fast colors. LADIES SCARFS A
beautiful1 line of Scarfs, in silk mull, chiffpn, and crepe de
chine; absolutely the best assortment we have shown. They
are in floral designs and plain colors, fringed. FLAXONS
We carry a Rood assortment of Flaxons, in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Today we picture and de
scribe several decidedly chic
fashion innovations. They are
dainty and exclusive crea
tions indeed; and outside of
this jliop they are shown
only at the leading metropol
Itan stores of the East. You'll
enjoy juit seeing them.
Jet Black Suede
Made of the best quality
Black Suede, with the neu
Short Vamp. Leather Bow
to match. Slightly extended
'soles; high Cuban heels. A
style most popular 9 Kfl
at present tPUiUU
With the Snu-Fit Heel and
'the No-Gap Ankle Fit. A rich,
dressy shoe for home or
street wear which mav be,
worn with any eown. Made
with light feather edge
turn soles and Cu- li ftfl
ban heels iJH.uU
Made of bright Patent
Colt Skin. New Short. Vamp
effects, made on a new high
arched last with, leather
Cuban heels A per
feet fitter ..
Made of closely-woven Sea
Island Duck, 'four -Eyelet
Ribbon Tie Effects, made on
pretty plain dress toe shapes
with licht turn soles and
Cuban Heels to QQ flfl
Made of Sea. Island Duck
'with Bow to match, on a new
perfect fitting Short - Vamo
last. Light turn soles and
Cuban heels. The same with
low heels, suitable for grow
ipe cirls wearing (j0 flfl
ladies' &ize OuiUU
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the "alleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager
Brie, Limburger, Camenbert
Each the most delicious of its
kind. Small Tins
, j - r ft
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
U.S. MARINES MIX
IN BLUEFIELDS TROUBLE
JII.UIIFIKl.ns, Nicaragua, May 19. The forcei of President Ma-
drlz ,bnve finally reached within striking distance n( thU city and u
battle" between the government forces and the army of (fenernl Estrada,
fur possession of the town. Is Imminent. Kach army has about two
tluiusan'ii men, but the forces of the government are the better armou
and on the offensive.
f In view of'lio possibility of the city being captured, the command
ers of the American gunboats Paducali and Dubuque today landed one
nunuieu unu miy mnnnea io pruivci American jiuurcmn. hid iuiiihub
party Is provided with Held guns.
General Estrada Is prepared to mako a desperate Inst stand.
Should Madrlz succeed lu capturing this place It will be almost
the death blow of tho revolutionists' cause, as the latter hae depended
almost entirely upon the customs revenues here and nt Cape Gracious
Addis, to renew the fighting In the future. General Estrada has been
collecting (he revenues, paid In gold and Btlver since October 10 last,
and Aims confident of being able In a short while' to finance a success
ful tight for the control of the western os well" as the eastern part of
the republic. Since the revolutionary control of the eastern part of Ni
caragua commerce has grown.
FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND
VIEW LATE KING'S BIER
LONDON, May 19. Four hundred thousand people viewed the cof
fin containing tho body -of King Edward today, the, crowds surging Into
lines before Westminster' Hall nil day, a storm which' drenched the city
In tho morning having no perceptible effect on the number who wished
to pass the body lying In state. All night the people stood In the
streets, waiting for the hour when tho doors of the great hall would be
thrown open for them. """
All preparations for the funeral tomorrow have 'been made. To
night the thirty thousand troops who are to lino tho streets through
which the funtTral cortege will pass camped In the parks, having been
drawn In from nil the neighboring garrisons.
OBSERVATIONS OF COMET.
SAN FHANCI8CO, May 19. Professor CampboU, who has been
watching the comet phenomena from the l.lck Observatory, announces
that it Is not probable now that the earth wilt paginal all through tho
comet's tail. That It had not dono so up to tonight was agreed by th'e
scientist nt that obseratory, the (allure of the expecfod to happen be
ing accounted for by tho fact thnt the. tall acquired a sudden curva
ture, throwing' out nil th'e calculations previously made. That the
transit of tho comet across the kjiii occurred, la believed to be bejond
HKItLIN, May 19. Observations of the translt'pf, tho comet were
taken hero today from a balloon, the experiment being termed a suc
cess. During the dny the balloon was Bent up with, 'bottles to gather nlr
irom me nigner lutein, wit uuiuus iieiug nrruiigcu iu tiusu iiuiuuiiiiiiuuj
when the desired height had been reached. Tho nlr contents nt thew
bottles will be examined to see If there bo any meteoric dust present.
WILLIAMS HAY, Wis., May 19. A broad spectrum of light, ex
tending across the fa.o of the sun Itir a considerable distanco on each
side, has been observed at the Yerke Observatory.
Tail Makes Streak, ' ..i ,
CAMlUtlDQi:, May 19. Professor Pickering r,i.-1lanrnrd' gives as
his opinion that the spectrum observed nt the Yerkes Observatory was
caused probably by the prosenco of the comet's tall between the sun
and rtie earth. ,
FLANNERY IS ACQUITTED. ' .
SAN HAFAEL, May 19. Former Police Commissioner Flnnnery, on
trial for alleged grafting In connection with a wire-tapping gang of
swindlers, was acquitted today, the Jury being out for thirty minutes.
m i i
PAPKE KNOCKS OUT THOMAS.
SAN FKANCISCO, May 19. Hilly papke. the Illinois thunderbolt,
knocked out Joe Thomas In the sixteenth round at Coftroth's Arent to
II ii i PI twHsA
A large new lot of early clothes
just arrived this week; .they are
all new shades and new style?.
The most popular model is called
and is one of the younger genera
tion of clothes which is simply
irresistable- Everything about
the "SE ABRIGHT" is of such a de
cisive nature. And the price is
only $20.00 with our guarantee.'
yw WWWM J
The Honolulu Rapid Transit Com
pany has been granted permission to
build nil el tors In different parts of tho
city as waiting rooms for tho public
before taking cars.
Superintendent MarstOn Campbell
received a request from the company
set oral days ago for permission to
erect artistic shelters In tho city, the
company expecting to build nt onco
from six to ten of these small waiting
rooms over the sidewalks and more
Permission was granted under tho
condition that tho company receive
authority from -the property owners
where the shelters wero to be erected,
to do the work. Tho matter will later
bo. referred to the Board of Supervisors.
Thero Is every reason to expect tho
arrival of the Ilelglan training ship
IAyenor from Australian ports nt any
day. Tho vessel was reported 38 days
from tho port of Newcastle, N. S. W.
Tho L'Ayenci- Is on a world cruise
and on board aro a considerable num
bor of young naval cadets who are
making their first vUlt to foreign
The vessel will remain nt Honolulu
for several days, according to present
calculations. Tho ship has been as
signed a berth at tho Hallway wharf
The following wireless has been re
ceived by the local agents from the S
"At Sea, May 19 1910, 8 p. m. 8. 8.
Sierra 498 miles out; fine clear weath
er; moderato E. N. E. wlrids; sea
smooth; Daromcter 20.29, temperature
C8. All well."
Hill HIE WINNER
Two largo am) handsome calab'ashes
to be made of koa or some other ui
tlvo wood will bo offered as a first
ami second prizes to tho winners of the
trans-Pacific yacht race, the Hawaii
Promotion Committee being the donor'
The matter camo up at tho regular
meeting of th'e commlttco yesterday
afternoon. During' tho discussion ol
a suitable tribute, William II. Mclncr-
ny was Invited to address, the mem
bers. He stated that as a rcqult of n
conference held between a . sicclnl
commlttco from the Promotion Inter
ests and tho Yacht Club, an Agree
ment had been reached whereby the
Promotion Commlttco would furnish
two prizes. Ho advocated the presen
tation of a pair of calabashes, mount
ed In silver and suitably Inscribed. It
was pointed out that the natlvo wood
trophy would lie much moro prized
than tho regulation bllver cup, tho cal
abash being considered a more char
Members of the Promotion Commit
tee have been appointed to act in con
Junction with the Yacht Club to select
an appropriate design for tho prizes.
DAILY TRIPS TO ,
The Promotion Committee has re
ceived an announcement coming from
tho Honolulu Power Wagon Company,
In which tho concern states that It
will Inaugurate dally service from tho
Alexander Young Hotel covorlng a
different, route to nearby points of In
Tho vehicles are of n typo driven by
motor and capable of carrying twenty
or more passengers. It Is tho Inten
tion to 'visit practically all tho Inter
estlng scenic attractions on' tho Island
lying adjacent to Honolulu. A nom
inal fee will bo charged.
"THE 8UFFRAOETTE'S HU8BAND."
The sketch which tho popular conic-1
dlana Mayo and Howo, who aro play
ing a ory successful engagement at
tho Novelty Theater, v. Ill present on
Thursday ocnlng, -Is nno of those
ridiculously funny satires on tho Wo
man's suffrago question, which is at
present being agitated all over tho,
ciillzed world. All women who nroi
Interested lu the question, "Should.
women bo allowed to otoT ought to
sco this funny farce and should also
bring their husbands, as thero Is n
strong moral shown In tho llttlo play,
worked out In a most humorous man
ner. a good lesson for both wives
nnd husbands, and acted by theso clev
or artists In their best comedy method.
I I'.omc mid ItOKo am holdlno tho atten
tion of the nudkneo na well now as
the fir Ft night they appeared, which
speuks-ucll for tho nliKvrf. Honolulu
Ih a town that soon tires of etoTl !i goo
attraction sit that Iloo and Itono aro
among the exceptions to the rule. Tho
subjects tonight will bo "Mr. und Mrs.
Duff," u drum a", and n w ell-colored
film, "Culture of tho Sea." Another
drama Is known na the "CooVh Path,"
and n comedy hit Is called "In Old
There weio somo remarkably clear
pictures of wellsolccted subjects at
the Empire tho early part of the week,
and Mr. Overcnd promises to improve
on them for tho balanco of the week.
Ho has a taBk set for him to ghe any
thing eon as good as tho pictures
shown last night. Take it from Over
end, however, that ho will make goad.
WALLNER MAKES HIT,
In splto of tho heavy downpour of
rain on Wednesday night, tho Park
Thenlcr was crowded in every portion
that wus protected, nnd tho audlouco,
remained to hear Wnllner through. his
second stunt. Hi! Is a genuine Ger
man "Dutch" comedian; nnd much of
his accent Is real. lie la a gooj sing
er, tells soma Interesting gags and
whlstlea like a bird, llln appearance
was refreshing, and ho was liberally
applauded and called back sovcrnl
times. The pictures wero unusually
good, and Manager Congdon has
Ronio lictter ones and u better pro
gram nil through for tonight. Consul,
tho educated chimpanzee, will ba
shown as a feature film In tho program.
tunics and nonio comical onea. A
knight of the thirteenth century got
the gentlemen first prize nun mo
wearer of n cowboy costnmo wan
awarded tho second. Tho Melnotly
SlEtern, known to tho audiences of
local amusement houses, wcro'glwn
tho prizes f,r ladles. Tho first prlzo
went to the younger Blstor for a cos
tume thnt represented her tn bo u
grand dame. Tho older sister wore an
attrnctlvo Turkish costume.
THE DONINE DANCERS.
"All up to the minute," American
clog waltz Is the way tho dancing net
of tho Howard Slstcra Is siokcn of
In their advance mhcitlslng und their
dance Is up to the term. Tlio two hW
tern sing as well as dunce but It Is In
the danco that they, excel! und the llo
nlno Is drawing good crowds to seo
those two clover and graceful dancers.
MASQUERADE AT RINK.
Tho masquerade at tho rink Inst
night, brought out a lot of fancy cos-
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed.
to euro any case of Itching, Blind,
Dlccding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Winter simply had to come back
to seo a few baseball games. Chi
All fiery orators are not shining
lights noma Sentinel.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
French Peas, Mushrooms. String Beans, Sardines
in Glass, Pate de Foie Gras, Truffle liiver Sausage,
Stuffed Mushrooms, Fish Balls in Fish Bouillon, Tripe
a la Mode, Sweetbread with Mushrooms, Cavier,
French Prunes in Jars, Green Turtle Meat, Mortadella
Sausage, Cepes in Oil, Baunkohl mit Pinkel, Smoked
Eels, Black Mushrooms, Saucischen (Small Sausage
Roasted), German Pearl Onions, Dutch and French
Cheese in Tins, Pumpernickel, Anchovies, Mackerel in
Oil) etc., etc.
Henry May (SbCo.Ltd.
Roosevelt states that tho kangaroo
has everything bnu for Jumping.
Guess the Colonel hasn't had his eye
on the prlco of Hi lug. Somo Sentinel