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KVRNINO ntJLT.ETIN, HONOLtlttl, T ., rMIVY, MAY JT, Iftlrt.
Stocktaking - Sale
Commencing Saturday, May 28,
and continuing for ONE WEEK
50c to 75c Plain and Fancy Wool
Caps, now 40c.
$1,25 to $2 Colored Outing Shirts
new patterns, now 85c.
$1.50 to $2.25 all latest colors
and shapes in Hats, now $1
$3.50 All-Wool Coat Sweaters,
$10 to $12 latest shapes in
Panama Hats, now $7.50
$15 to $17.50 latest cuts and
styles in Suits, now $13.50
75c to $1, New Four-In-Hand
Ties, now 50c.
$1.50 to $2, White Duck Coats
and Pants, now $1.25
$2.50 to $3.50 Men's Fancy
Mixed Vests, how $2
$5.50 to $7 Men'sAll-Wool Pants,
all sizes, now $4.75
$12 to $14.50 new shades and
patterns in Men's Suits, now
$18 to $21 Men's Mixed Suits,
L B. KERR & CO:, Ltd.
TRUNKS, LEATHER BAGS, SUIT CASES
' YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOE AN
EACH ONE CAN DSE IT IN HIS OB HEE OWN
BOOM, FOE IX CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nnnann Rt
Wrapping Paper (all col.
on), Paper Bags Hemp Cord,
Sea Island Twine of different
colors, and all the convent
ences (or wnrHn? packages,
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg,
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
llnltimorii, Md. " For four yenrs
ray life wasn misery to me. J mi ire red
i mm irrcguiart
ties, terrible drag.
tiP3i, niicl tli.it all
gnno feeling In my
stomach. I had
given up liope of
iiver being well
when 1 began to
take Lydia K.TIuk.
I felt iib though
new life had been
given me, ami I urn ret'timinuudlng It
to all my friends." .Mrs. W. S. Vohd,
1U.W Lnnsdomio.St., Ilaltlmnrp, Md.
The most miccessfnl remedy In this
Nimitry for the cure of nil I onus of
fern lie complaints' Is Lydia U. Tink
Imm's Vegetable- Compound. It has
stood the test of years and to-day Is
more widely mid successfully used than
uny other female remedy. It lias cured
thousands of women who have been
troubled, with displacements, Inll.im
matlon, ulceration. fibroid tumors, lr.
regularities, periodic pains, backacho,
that bearing-down feeling, llatulency,
Indigestion, and nervous prostration,
utter all other means had tailed.
If you arosulTering from any of these
ailmentsdon't glvo up hope until you
have given Lydia K. I'iukhatu's Vege.
table Comiound n trial.
If you would llko special advice,
write, to Sirs. I'liiklinin, Lynn,
Mas'., tor It. Slio hut iriiltlctl
tlioiisiuiits to lieiittli, froo of
MR ' Ff
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opposite Hotel St. Frinclt
European Flan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I ngs cost $200,000. High class, hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldlitrict. On carlines trans
ferring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
To EEPUBLIC BUILDING, KINO
STREET, where von ran find the
'latest in Books, Stationery, Office
.furniture and Supplies.
Ring up Telephone No. 201,
Are frequent these 'days, but
it would be a remarkable and
inexplicable accident if a per
son hapnened to get a glass
of beer at
that was not the very best
and served in the very best
C. J. MCCARTHY, Prop.
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
THERE'S A GOOD TIME ALWAYS
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, l per day
1)0 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
WAIK1KI INN .
Fint-Class FamilvHote) r
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BEROIN. Prop.
Large assortment, double weave,
ladies' and men's.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Next Cable Office)
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
IIILO IS PLEASED
WITH ITS PROSPECTS
Major Winslow To Seek
Public Opinion On
IMLO, Hawaii, May 23. II. P..
Dillingham Inst Friday took a large
number of representative llllo peo
ple over the llrst two miles of the
new llllo Hulliond extension, ns far
aa'lloiiblll Gulch, which Is yet to bo
spanned. The material for the bridge
Is already here and Is being assem
bled, mid the- work on the founda
tions In the llouolll stream Is now
under way. The trip was mu:h en
joyed, and llllo people Tiro becoming
quite enthusiastic over the commer
cial possibilities which the railroad
to llamakua promises.
Added to this comes the good news
that Major Winslow Is coming to
llllo next mouth to determine the
new harbor lines made necessary by
the construction of the breakwater.
He will call a public meeting at
which the citizens of the city ran
express their views on the subject.
It Is authoritatively reported that
the $200,000 for the second section
of the breakwater will soon be avail
able, and as soon as It Is, tho con
tract for this work will be let. It
will be carried on simultaneously
with tho work on the first contract,
which expires In July, 1911, though
ut first only the portion under the
surface of the sea will bo construct,
ed. Another method of construction
will be followed, thu rock being
dumped Into tho sea from barges,
starting at the point to which the
present contract is .expected to
IIIIo'h sidewalk campaign Is fi
nally bearing fruit, and a concrete
sidewalk Is being built whl.h will
take In nearly all of King street, A
part of this Is being built by the
county, outside the new county
' SCORES BIG HIT
Laura Hiputon. In tho tltlo role, of
"Tho Lion Htit the Mouse1," score'd an
other hit last evening, her rendition
of the part ,or Shirley IlosBtnoro hold
ing tho undivided attention of tho
house from the first. At tho close of
her denunciation of John nurkctt Hyd
er In the third act tho audlenco was
swept tin it's feet and In tho enthus
iasm call after call was given her, the
applause being continuous for more
than flvo minutes.
Louis Morrison as Hyder. the octo
pus, and Dalnbrldgc, his son, both
won their share of tho opplnuso of the
evening, but the audlenco had eyes
for but ono person on the stiigo from
the time tho curtain roeo In tho llrst
act until It fell at tho close of the
fourth, and that was Laura Hudsnn.N
"Tho Lion and the Mouse" is n dis
tinct Improvement over "Tho Taming
of tho Shrtjw," which ran for tho llrst
three, nights of the week, and In which
horse-play, to say nothing of tho play
ing by tho orchestra of "Tho Irish
Washerwoman'' during ono fof tho
scenes, gave a decided cheap Impres
sion. It was unfortunato that tho audi
ence hiBt evening was small, but as
this production Is being repeated by
request of many who saw It the first
time, tho Opcrn Houso is expected to
be full of enthusiasts at tho production
this evening and tomorrow night.
AT LOS ANGELES
The Patient Suffered Terrible Agony,
Fingers Wera Swollen to Twice
Their Normal Sis nd
Even the Heart Wat
The cure of Mrs. E. M. Bowie", of Xo.
1717 Hlgldmid. Couit, Los Angeles. Cal.,
of a ery seere cao of rheumatism Ii
fmflic'enl tvaxon why any sufferer of this
disraso should gle Dr. Williams' I'ink
Till a thorough trial. Hhesnyst
"As a result of several attacks of the
grip, I v,as finally left in siuli a condi
tion (list I fell a itllm of Inllnlnmatury
and muscular rhcumatiin. Thu attack
came on suddenly and settled In my
aniH, shoulders and limbs from the knees
down to the feet. My heart soon became
affected. I w.-vt obliged logo to bud as
soon as ( vnt taken sick ami for tner two
mouths I win helpless. The liallis weie
terriblo and drew my arms up tiuht to
my sides. My lingers were swollen to
nearly twice their natural site and I
could not pltk up my handkerclikf een.
I couldn't feol nijeelf or bear to liavo
the sheets tout.li me. Mv feet Were
I swollen and sore ami gave me great pain.
'I had terrible nalns in mr head which
thu dot tor suld weie rheumatic and there
Vtvru fieiuient (wins In my back.
I ''My home was in Canada, and a doc-
torfrom Tu'ronto treated me for over a
Ijear. Then. I gradunlly stopped using
ids medicine until I quit entirely, I was
!hlu to get up from the bed for a few
minutes only ami hail to bo helped In
ecr) thing I did. While lu this condi
tion, a friend urged me to try Dr. WU
I limns' I'ink Pilbu In a few days I
noticed iney weie neipuu my uaca. j n
rheumatic ulus began to go away and I
felt better generally. I improvul so
much that I was atilu to sew and finally
was able to do all my liotisevvoik. I.
liavo been In the bet of health since
taking Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills and can
recommend them ery highly for rheu
lualUm." If j on liavo failed to get relief from
your rheumatism, you cannot afford to
neglect giving thesu blocl-maklng pills a
Dr. Williams' Pink Till have also
ruled an.emla, thlorosis, general debility ,
after-cflet ts of thu grip , ami fevers and
should 1st given u trial wherever u Undo
for tho bbxsl ami nervct Is needed. Our.
Iiooklet, "IHnwes of tho Wood," will
Ui sent free UK)ii rentiest.
Dr. WIlIiaiiH I'ink Tills an sold by nil
diugNts, or will l K-iit, MHtpaid, on
receipt of priiv, HO cents tier liox; six
Uixm for J..V) by the l)r. Williams
Meilitinu Company, Schenectadv, N. Y.
One human passion never jet ex
plained Is that of deuf people for
walking on tho railroad trucks.--Thlladejphla
MEMORIAL PROGRAM v
OF IIILOJIAND ARMY
HILO, Hawaii, May 23. The fob
lowing program has been prepared for
tho observance, of Memorial Day at
into next Monday, the event to take
place at the Halll church:
Organ Prelude,. Mrs. Jnrrett T. Lewis
Prayer Itov. B. O. Sllva
Singing My Country TIs of Tiieo,,
Quartet Company I), N. O, II.
Declaration Lincoln's Gettysburg
Address ,...., John ICealohn
Ilarltnne Solo SchubcrJ's "Scro-
nado"., I'rof. J, Curvalho
Song Flag of tlie Freo
tw Union School Olrls
Oration.. Itov. A. Drahms
Itoll Call of tho Dot' ,
....Contain W. A. Fetter
Quartet........ '.Company D, N. O. II.
Ilenedlctlon i. .ltev. S. I- Desha
Following these Bcrylcos, Company
D, under the command of Captain Fet
ter, and headed by tho county band
will march to tho cemetery, where sa
lutes will be filed and taps sounded.
Tho graves of the soldiers will bo
maiked by small flags ami will bo
Having your own way often re
sults In owning an unpleasant thor
oughfare. It Is easier to memorize the
scriptures than to follow ono of
All the Go
"BULL" DINGER ALE '.
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN 80DA
i Phone 270
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
TELEPHONE 1 311
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
Delivered to residences
and offices at 29c, per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O, BARNHART,
133 Qerchant St.,
Pau Ka liana
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE
WHITNEY-& MARSH, Ltd,
Just Received - Very Handsome
Satin brocades, Cut Velvets, and
Princess Lace ' .
Also, a Complete Line of
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NEW STOCKS LiTEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED 0ARAQE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
Thn friends and patrons of St. Louis
Collcgo are kindly Invited to attend
thu entertainment to be given by trio
pupils on noxt Saturday evening. Now
costumes and scenory liavo been pro
pared, and no pains liavo been spared
to mnko the event a success.
The following Is an outllno of the
I Overture Golden Chimes... Hermann
St. I.oiig College Orchestra.
Chorus Glorious IsN Thv Name....
,., r. Mozart
Choir and Orchestra.
Wand Drill.... Dy the Primary tirades
The Reconciliation (a play In three,
Hearts and Flowers, Tuhanl
St. Untls Collcgo Orchestra.
Tho Enchanted Violin (a farce).
Finale A Frangesa. , ......,,, , .Costa
I St, Ixmls College Orchestra.
When a woman delivers an ulti
matum It Indicates that she is will
lug to arbitrate.
The Interstate Commerce Commis
sion ought to go after fishermen for'
Moat of us lmto to seo a friend' In
neud. " I
New Line of Goods
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI SfREET
CAN NOT BE MADE THAN WE DELIVER TO THE RES
IDENCES OF OUR PATRONS. PHONE 311.
THE PALM CAFE,
uttlisW 'in n itltii-t4i,lHkt, , r,irf ..rftithWl