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The Lurlino brought us some very stylish and hand
some garments for our Heady-to-Wear Department. -These,
will be shown on Monday'morning, and we will be pleased,
to have you call and, Inspect these fcoods. '.All the gar-"
ments were made spoially to our order. '
IADIES' WOOLEN SUITS In new fabrics, well tail
cred.and finished. Colors: Brown, Navy, Grey and Green
ALPACA AND PANAMA SKIMS; VOILE SKIRTS.
With .silk drop-skirt; very nobby styles.
PRETTY LINGERIE DRESSES For children ; tiifked
and trimmed with lact; all different styles;
SPECIAL VALUES in Bleached and Unbleached Muslins,
Sheetings, Pillow Cottm. Indian Head, Nainsook, Cambric
Sachs'. Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Absolutely pure milk from
healthy cows in sanitary sur
roundings, 12 1-2C
STOP at the HOTEL - MANX
IN SAN FRANCISCO ,
This magnificent hotel is situated on Powell street, in
u the heart of the city, immediately accessible to all the
shops theaters, railroad ticket offices, etc.
EUROPEAN PLAN Bedoom, with detached bath,
$1,50 and upwards; with private bath, $2 and upwards;
parlor, bedroom and private bath, $5 to $10.
AMERICAN PLAN $3 and up per day.
NOT ONLY THE BEST AT THE PRICE, BUT THE
EQUAL OF ANY AT ANY PRICE.
, Honolulu Representative: WILLIAM DOUTHITT.
ROOM 308, McCANDLESS BUILDING
Justl a pad of fine linen
bond writing paper attached
to a wide shallow box of en
velopes. The box serves as a
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
- Fine Stationery
Knton, Crano & Plko's lino eta
tlonery for correspondence.
The rlfilit iilate to 1)uy jour Sta
tionery nnd Wank Hooka,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Qfficc Supply Co.,
GLOBE-WERNIOKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STBEET
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO , LTD.
Alex. Young Building
Writing Paper and
A Boxful for Twenty-five Cents
, A. B. ARLEIGH.& CO.
rJvorythlng In tlio lino o(
Term Cotta wnro used In
ground work nnd building wo
carry in stock.
Lewers & f ooke,
177 South King Street
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMED
.Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire of
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
THE BEST PLUMBING
Is Done by
The Pjoneer Plumber
183 Merchant Stteet Phone 1031
Sherman Bringing Squadron
of "Fifth For Duty in
When the army transport Slier,
man sails .from Sn Francisco on
Vj'ejlncsdj), bound" for Manila via
Honolulu and Guam, tlieie will jlxi
mii'lioard an unusually largo passen
ger list, and a squadron of the Fifth
Cavalry for duty here, as well as
llnttery C, First Field Artillery, for
kervlce In the Philippines.
The cavalry squadron, which con
cilia of troops i;, r, a and II, nnd Is
commanded by Major II. C. Ilenson,
huB been on dut) at Fort Duchesne
and Yellowstone nnd has been or
dercdHo Schoflcld llnrra ks for duty
witty the remainder1 of tho regiment,
Which Is stationed nt Hint nml Tlin
officers with the troops are Captains!
13. P. Orton and C. U. Hall. First
Lieutenants 8. D. Smith and It. M.
I'arkcr, and Second Lieutenants V.
fj,. Christ, T. A. It'otliwell, A. 11.
Dockery, II. W. llalrd, Sloan Doak,
A. I.. James Jr. and John Mlllkcn.
llnttery C, First Field Artillery, l
In command of Captain lMward T.
Donnol)), with First Lleulonants
William I'. Knnls nnd Charles T.
Smart nnd Second Lieutenants John
N. Oreclcy nnd Frederick W. Tcaguo
ns Junior orflcers.
Among the officers for Honolulu
nro Lieutenant-Colonel F. L. Iasou,
pa master; General Qeorgo Illake
ley, Coast Artillery Corps, ond act
ing astlstnnt Inspector.Renernl of
the Department of California, who
comes to make an official Inspection
of the coast defenses of Hawaii;
Lieutenant Charles A. Clark, and F.
A. l'rlce, Coast Artillery Corps, who
will Join their companies.
Those who will go on to Manila
are Lieutenant-Colonel William D.
Itench, i:ieentl Cavalry, recently
relleed from duty on tho' general
staff; Major T. S. llratton, medPal
corps, on leave of nbsence; Major
jiunvg w. mriow. l'nmppino scouts;
Major II. W. Schull, ordnance de
partment; Captain J. II. Dennett,
Sixteenth infantry. Inspector of
Philippine constabulary; Captain It.
M. llrambllu, Twcnty-Mrst Infantry,
returning to his station; Captain J.
L. Do AVItt, Twontleth Inrantry, re
turning from duty with tho Infan
try equipment board to his rcgl'
ment; Captain J. A. Moore, commis
sary; Captain J. A. Neff, Philippine
scouts, returning from leave; First
Lieutenants W. J. Kders and F. M.
Wnll, medical reserve corps, to duty
in the Islands; Lieutenant C. X.
Cecil, Phlllpptno scouts, from leave
of absence; Lieutenant II, Evans,
Nineteenth Infantry, from duty nt
Ataxcadero and national matches, to
regiment; Lieutenant IMgar W.
Taulbee, Twclfth,Infnntri ; Lieuten
ants II. II. Ouo! I and I;. J. Daw ley,
Second Field Artillery, returning to
battery from leave; Lieutenants D.
II. Torrey and W, I). Wolty, Third
Infantry, returning to regiment;
Lieutenants P. C. Culloch, 11. II.
Wllllnms and J. A. Davis, Twenty
first Infantry, returning to regl.
mont; Lieutenants J, K. Carbcrry,
Thomas S. Ilridges, Frederick II.
Uhl, nnd T. F. Hardin Jr., Sixth In
fantry, returning to regiment; Lieu
tenant II. II. Fletcher, Twelfth In
fantry, and Lieutenant John II,
Landls, Seventh Infanty, both re
turning to their Btutlons,
Misses Kmmn Wood nnd Mary F,
McLaughlin of the army nurse corps
win go on to Aianuu.
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give you a pretty pattern and put lots of style in your suit and give
i ' you a perfect fit in your suit
CASE AT END
Men Who Beat Up Ex-Police
Officer Yung Are
At Inst tho Jong drawn out Korean
assault caso In which Yong, n former
police officer und it bunch of his coun
trymen, were Imohed, liuu como to
nn ond ns fur as the Pol leu Court
goes. This morning Judge Andruda
found four out-of tho fla men gullly
'und lined them heavily. liar Chung
wus lined ISO and costs, und the other
thieo wore ordered to pqy $20 nnd
costs. Tho fifth man nns discharged,
us tho prosecution fulled to connect
lilm with the ussault In chief.
Lorrln Andrews appeared for tho
defendants und tho prosecution was
conducted by J. Llghtfoot. The" cl
dence In the cuso was all given u
wo(ek Ugo, and" this morning Judge
Andrude hnndod out his decision.
WIOHT In Honolulu, Sunday, Oc
tober 2, nt Miss Johnson's Sani
tarium, to Mr. and Mrs, Frank II..
Wight, a sou.
At to wktt kind el thofi rou wiitt to wtu)
Pay our itote Tuit ud ftt ui tliow you lK
Inert djrlti in
ssd you'll be no longer in doubt No olhef
letdy-to-weu tliori can be conpaird w'uh
them for dainty ilyle norlar llie rdcl fit
and lomfott iniuicd by Rfl uuailrr-ilitt.
The star boarder had kindly vol
unteered to do a carving Blunt.
'"Say," he queried after n llve-mln-uto
Btruggla with the bird, "what kind
of u chicken Is this, anyhow'
'That," replied tho landlady, calm
ly, "U a genuine Plymouth Hock."
"Thnt axplulns It," cried tho h. h ,
throwing up both hands. "I knew it
wus un oldtlmer, but I had no Idea It
duted back to tho Mayflower."
IVcekl) II ii 1 1 n 1 1 ii II per jtiir.
will do seri
to your yard unless proper filling and grad
ing has been done.
Is the time to have
Tr - is me rime to nave your
w VT leveled off, your grounds "put in r2
buupc, ana everytning gotten ready tor the
winter rains. ,
I have complete equipment for all kinds of
grading and filling plows, harrows, port
able track and dump cars. The men I em
ploy are capable, and all work is done under
the supervision of an experienced engineer.
P. M. POND
V en k I y II u 1 1 l l"ii per yrnr. '
102 S Nuuanu St
WE make Special Rates for delivering
Invitations, .Dodgers, etc. Oui
Parcels Delivery passes your dotirj
twice a ttay. bole Agents lor.-Alexand
loung J lotel Laundry. -