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EVnNINO milXRTIN, HONOI.UIU. T 1! SATURDAY, Jt'NH l.'IIMO,
On account of stocktaking we are
holding an Enormous Reduction
Sale in all departments.
See Our Window-Display , '
New Goods included in this Sale
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
1 ALiKEA STREET
::;White Label Olives
Nicelle Olive Oil
THE PERFECT OLIVE
THE PERFECT OLIVE OIL
Ask Your Grocer For Them
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A vnllcy of grpat b:nuty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing- peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick',
Daily train service from Merced to the Fark Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0 W. IEHMER. Traffl" Manager. Y. V. It II.. Merced. Cal.
rl'to Reasonable Prices "
N Furniture at
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER AtAKEA AND KINQ STREETS
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian, Electric Co., Ltd.
A Skin ul Beamis a Joy Forevct
,PlR. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENT
CREJM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFUL
Li 3 fiyrszVK
AX jlb vf-T
iMiiklu II tit I ,ial.u
Iwii,, n. Mia dji - 8taa Luncheon
nbti.fr tMu Mr. Theodoru Mchnrtls entcrtnlncd
hMiwJ ih.'i 'Wnlimvilnv n it einff lllilplinnil 111 llOll
or of his brother, Mr. J. A. Richards.
The luuchcon wn kIvcii at the Young
Hotel, The table was decorated with
quantities of red carnation. The
menu cards were hand painted, with
vf m vtir, i
I v hiriflm
tMtf II M hcMirt
Ipll of . mllit
I "1X1 --?V i rY I M m . n In t
f YfcV r V5 " r "i ' n design of pineapples In the corner.
r4 Vx r.;"m".n!l Tho host niul his guest of honor nro
i..7i '",:., U"i 7ViVJu?n:.'u.,.,fiiV deeply Interested In pineapples, on nro
sio.id,il...ninihiiiiiiavi-M-.tiiiKi totcM ann C Cotcrlo of men who wcro
WlT-rlMIHI ft's 3Gi i'.1.re Srtel KwT- 'present nt tills luncheon. Mr, Rich-
J nrds has done splendid work In adver
tising the Hnwnllnii pineapples on tlio
Sill hmtinicrn HntpiC mainland, llo road his report, which
tJUII I I UllwlSwu IUlvlSuas Rrcatty appreciated hy thoso
- - r present. Anions the Invited guests
..,.. . -,-. were Messrs. J. n. Dole, J. P. 'Cooke.
H fn H.T . M A NY '' A- Thnrston, U II l'axton, r. W.
1JL V X JJJJ iUXilllXi,,,.,..! Thinnim. JonEaniel.i
Karnes 8r Kamcs Jr., I. M. I'oml,
Arnold. II. F IJlllltiKhntn, J. II. Itlch
ards, U. rnxon Ulshop, Ilert I'ctrle. C.
II, Athcrton, St Clair, V. I). Tcnnoy.
McStocker. CIIo Davlcs, Ilond and
Miss 'Stephens' Olnntr.
Captain and Mrs Mnrlx' homo on
Klnati Btrcct ns tho setting Thursday
for a ery piettj dinner, which was
given hyitlitlr niece, Miss Knthcrlno
StLDhcns. This dinner waB In tho na
ture or u farowell to Mr nilfonl, who I
left Friday on tho transport Hhcrmanl
en route to Vancouver, whero ho will I
embark In, business and reside per-l
Army anu ftavy Htadauarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade,
Without bath $1.50 per day up
With bath 2 00 per day up
Meals tabic d' hote or a la qtrte
Mnnaccment of Qns C. Larm
Hcnglulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 3G1.
The first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels, should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for Indies-
tion, Costivcncss and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by rionuih. Smith A Co.,
Ltd., Ilolllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chatntppis Drug Co., Lnl.r Hllo P-ub
Co.; and at all Wholesale "Mqiipr
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opiHiilto Hold Si. Fr.nclt
European Plan Sl.CO a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ings cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
alt trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
maoontly. 'dixtrs wcro laid for eight Cuba, has Jiecn making rnnio fresh!
aniF tho dccorntlons wcro violets, records for tho grinding tciunn Just
Among thoso present worn- Mnjs past. From January 2nd, to March
Stephens Miss I.jdla McStorkcr. MlKs'lBth. 2fcl,!iC2 Ions of lane produc
Julio McStocker, Mr. Fred Fulford, lug 21..S2:! Iiiibh, (of TiTi lbs.) or
.Lieutenant Parsons and Lieutenant :t4,r,S3 -7 short It in of 9i7c tc"
Dlalr. ' sugar wereground. Duili g tno last
I period March tit to l.'th. CG.S.'S
I Miss llcntilc Cimpliell, who ar-nn8 ( tniio wero dolt with slelil
rived Mondaj on tho Mongolia Irom (, jijj- ,,po or st,7 'i? short
..i. .Ill I.I t..l......,,ni
tno uiaininnii, win no mu uit.uiiw.u,(,nR (,f i,(j l08t migur
for much cnJ.ortulnlng
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102M NnuRnn Rt '
$1 a Year
Tor hieh quality of liquor!
Tor excellence of service!
Tor attractive surrounding'!
'Corner Hotel nnd Bethel Sts.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
bcl Is tho slsler of the Princess Kn
wananakoa, who will arrho In llo
nolu u the Jatler p.irt of this moiu.i.
Miss Jessie Kiuifflunu, who Is so
well I'lkcd In ftonolitlu. Is tho guost
of Mr. anil Mrs. Frat.cls Hatch In
Washington, I). C Mist Kuurfm'nli
Is a writer of ability.
Mr. Chlttrnileii! a Columbus, Ohio,
cnpltallKt who .Is sojourning at tho
Moana llotet. Is so charmed with Ho
nolulu that he Is planning toroturn
next winter with his wlfo and son.
Consul and Ms. Ralph Forster aro
occiiplng tho DaVles homo on Tanta
lus. This week they entertained at
dinner In honor of Commander A. F.
Pinto Uuso, v
(Additional Social, Pages 'l2 and 13)
HCR DUSINC83 THE
I SELLING OF SENATORS
I Woman the 8tar Wltnoss In Missis
sippl Bribery Scandal.
Tho climax of output was leachol
on March I nth, when dining tno
M hours there was turned out SSSO
bags or ai)2'Sr short tons of sugar.
..,1s output would makn a solid
Amerlcin tialn 3C (T.0,000 lbs. ca
pacity) tars; or In llrltUh niensure.
a train of 0r 0 tons ten Ion wagons.
This nuautlty, it it. calculated
would sweeten the early morning
cofleq of 50,1100,000. From Iho ln-j
ternatlonal Sugnr Jntirn.il, Maiiches-j
tcr, t'.ngl.iud. '
FALLON (Nov.), May 23.' I'rcil
lletnzu of Hanta Ana, Cal., wh(i ro
rcntly withdrew from tho Nevada
Sugar Company, of which he was,
general minagcr, has been Induced
to rnturn and roiuntr charge of n.o
company's affairs. This was acvim
pllslind h) apologlr-a made by tho
members of tho board of directors,
who lianiicrcd him nnd by their
agreements to teslgn when asked.
The compati) will now prorrcd to
complelo tho great beet sugar fac
tory It has under construction here,
and tho fanners of tho Truckec
Carson reclamation project aro high
ly elated. V
JACKSON, Miss, May 7. After a I Additional funds havo been guar-
! continuous day scsslun tho Senatorial ntitccd and tlio sugar project Is on
Imcstlgatlon Into tho bribery scandal, a hotter footing tnan It tins ever
WHEN YOU ARE CONSIDERING
PLANS FOR YOUR SUMMER VACATION
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Kino furnished-rooms, $1 por day
$Jfl and upwards por month Splen
MRS 0 A. BLAISDELL. Pron
- VAIK1KI INN
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
. W. 0. BERGIN. Prop
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
HAWAII ,A '
was i on tinned until a lato hour to
Tho star witness was Mrs. C. J. Nolll,
who swears thut ho arrauged tlio
meeting botweon Senator Illlliu and
Iiiilnni'V. When asked her business
sho tepflcd: "llookkouplng, handling I
real C'Klatcj ami soiling Mississippi I f
BonatoiB." Sho described how fl
intioduccd llllbo to Dulaney; how thot
latcr told her "to feel out tho woak
legislators nnd sco If they could bo
reached." Sho swoiu that sho was to
ho paid "In proportion to tho crop,
and said tho uaturall desired a big
Mis. Nclll told how sho went to Now
Orleans to confer with thoso Inter
ested j how sho was followed by do
teethes and 1io said sho bellowed hor
tiro was in danger. 8ho said sho did
not know It was1 a crlmo to hrlbo an
official and beloved sho did no wrong,
for Iho iiisftl "bo Bought to brlbo nl
fcady weio coriupt.
been since It wns llrst proposed. The
lands under this Government pro
tect produce1 n tine quality of sugar
beet and tho factors will afford n
market for a "very profltahlo crop.
NEW MANOA. VALLEY
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Manufactured from pure distilled .
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 52It.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
Wi O. BARNHART,
133 Bcrchant St.,
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
, IS STILL ALIVE
All the Go
"BULL" GINOER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
NEW and -UP-TO-DATE
W DUPLICATES- ,
i, ' ' I i
For J;he MercHant. Who
Looks Beneath the
It is not a question of a power wagon that will run,
but a Power Wagon that is built correctly for commer
cial service, that will ran economically with no extrava
gant bills of upkeep, that will run year after year until
it has etrncd its cost many times over, '
was designed with a special view to simplifying and
lesseninc; the cost of maintenance. Business men who
have examined it, watched it in operation, tried it in
their own business, pronounce it the first really practical
motor car built for commercial use.
POWER WAGON CO.,
OFFICE AND OAR AGE South Street, Near King
W. M. MINION. Manager '
CLAIMS TO PROLONG
THE LIFE OF MAN
Eminent Parisian Doctor Says That
Ho Has the Lopg Sought Elixir,
PARIS, Afirll 30. Dr. Doyen, tho
eminent surgeon, bus Just given tu tho
world his great dls.covory which ho
claims will prolong human life. It
was at tho International Congress or
Medicine at Budapest a fi;w weeks ago
flint ho tuado tho announcement which
has urom.ed Inteuso Interest ull over
"This ilisf nvory,1' said Dr. Doien,
"was not a happy accluenT.1l Is tho
lesult of a quarter, dr'corilury' of
labor, obstinately directed, ulng p'ho
lino. Tho sutgoon and doctor nro plac
ed face to face with tho 'mlcrobo' dis
eases of which we had onlj begun to
ptrcolvo tho origin when I graduated.
Among tho best known of these dis
eases aro bolls, suppurations, erysipe
las and puerperal fovcr', tho microbes
or all of whlchwcro lsolated"tietwcen
1879 and 1883.
"Iu 1900 I held tho scientific and
practical solution of (he problem or
cuilng carbuncles und .tumors. It wus
In tho courso, of those researches trial
I was able to convince mjeelf that I
had discovered the method of pre
venting and curing almost all known
Infrrllnni M lhii.iiionlln nx.ent 1
havo named 'myoolj'Hliio' 'that jvhleh
dissolves germs' a composite of col
loids, tho name Blvon to substances
that liro notj'roaljy soluble. They ro
main, suspended In liquids III such ln
flnlteslmal particles thfit they aro In-
I visible. Tho therapeutic colloids nro
extracted from ferments; they aro not
substances that oiio can class In chem
ical nnmcnclatuiO Tho colloids of
myrplyslno had tlio curious property
(if causing the rapid destruction of
toxins uuilrtuicrobea. Their study h
ono or rnrb dtniculty.
"According to my discoveries thero
( nio only about thirty drugs In tho old
pharmacopoeia that aro iisorul."
Again Dr. Doyen rclloiated his state
ment niado -at, Budapest... VI promise
first tho dejlnlto) disappearance of most
of (ho diseases of tho respiratory or
gans, the dlgostlvo tinct and tho skin,
by tho Ingestion and Injection of my
col)slne; secondly, tho disappearance
of cancers of Iho skin and of tho accc
slblo cavities by olectro-coasulatlon'
and vacclna(lon combined thnt Is to
say, by tho physical agent and the
medicine derived from colloids capable
or stimulating tho plmgooytoso."
Mr. and Mrs. A Henry Arong of
Honolulu, who arrived a few daya ago,
aro being entertained by Mr. Afong'a
sister, Mrs. Henry Whiting, and Ad'
mlinl Whiting (retired) nl lhlr limiia
In Ilerkelny,- Clirnnlclo, Mny 10,
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