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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 8, 1911. i
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5 w s
Arrived ex S.S. Honolulan
Women's Tailored Suits,
Auto Coats and Dusters,
Linen and Pongee Suits,
Evening Capes and Wraps,
Now on Display
CURTAINS and DRAPERIES - Venetian Hcrlmi, Art anil
Cr.irix Plural unit Oriental ix-disni AIko Sldu llunlvra ut 20o
and 25o per yard.
CQUARE.ME8H CURTAIN NET-In while, cream nml ecru,
CO Inchca wide, nt 50c per yard.
REVERSIBLE TAPESTRY COUCH COVCRS.TADLE COV
ERS and PORTIERES A Kiilrmllil Helectlnu of now deslsiii unit
lolorhiRS, from $1.00 to $7,50.
DOTTED and FIGURED WHITE CURTAIN SWISS Thirty
nix hiihca wide; 6 yards for $1.
Sachs7 Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Dcretanla Streots
Opposite Fire Station
your table from injury
by heat and
Thero is only one suro safeguard against tabic troubles a
Tliey are made from two heavy (.heels of asbestos, wild a shcot of
wool felt, rolled together. The asbestos Is protection against heat, and
tho wool felt is protection against moisture.
Wo are carrying a full assortment of tho TAVORITE GRADE,
which is covered on ono sido with white Kearsargo plush and on the
other side with asbestos, and then enveloped In a detachable cover of
best quality white flannel.
45" round $4.50
48" " 5.00
54" " 5.50
60" " 6.50
(Round and Oval)
5" , 5c Each
6'z" 10o "
8'a" 15c "
10" 20c "
Jnoobsen fc Raven's management
Union-Pacific Transfer Co,,
is a guarantee that baggage in
trusted to the company will be
KING STREET, noxt to Young Hotel TLLCI'HONE 1B75
JU3T ARRIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF THE GENUINE
Pure Sap Maple Syrup
In Pin" and Quart Tins
NOTHING MORE DELICIOUS
J. M. LEVY cte CO.,
Tho ladle who linil clmrRO of tl'o
fair nl Kulmiikl, held on tho Inwn of
tho 1'rntik C'ooko rcildciiec, hnvo every
rpiiKfin tn ho iiroml of tlielr work nml
the result. During tho wlinlo of Sat
nrilny nfternoon every enr on thoWal
nl.io division carried a Boodly niiniher
of ladle, nil hitcnt on boosting tho
cfimeli rmid proposition, nnd, from tho
way thoo In chnrRo of tho linnllis hnil
to ncrainblo to keep up with tho ruidi
or patroniiRe, they carried out their In
trillion. Tho enrly mornlnp: hours of Satur
day wero dull, with tho prospects of
rnln. hut beforo noon this was nil
brushed nwny nnd tlio wenther for tho
rct of tho day was perfect. Of course,
Captain llcwr nnd his hnndboys wero
there, which added irrcntly .Io tho Jolly
time everybody seemed to lio hnvlnit.
Tho booths wrre nil placed In tho
nhnde of tho trees, nnd tho patrnnaRO
waa wltli n free liand nnd an open
purso up to iho Inst minute
Mrs O V It. King, president of tho
Kiilld, Is imich plenscd with tho result,
nnd she nnd Messrs. King nnd Webb,
who had rhnrKP of tho artistic nrrnngo
inentH of tho grounds nnd tho dlfterent
booths, deserve gre.it credit for tho
Way In which they plnnued tilings Ono
or Hip preltj designs cnrrled out dur
ing Hie day was the Mnypolo dance,
which wni urranged by tlio MIbscj
Tlio deslro for n place of worship In
tho Knhmikl district has long been ex
pressed by the residents of that ills
Irht, as tlio downtown churches pcem--d
ton fur nwny. nnd tho Kplplmny
lliilld, which took the innttrr In hand
niul cniiiluctcil tho f.tlr Saturday, Is to
bo cniigriitubileil on the successful
start that has been iniidp to Hint end
All the ladles took up tlio matter
with a will and worked towards tho
sua ess that ntlcnded tlielr efforts Sat
urday afternoon They plan tho build
ing of u $2500 church, of which V A
Snjlor will be In chnrge. Mrs. M. II
Wcbh Is tlio treasurer and Mrs. Alfred
Mnoro tho secretary.
Previous to tlio fnlr, $Gnn was sub
scribed, mid this, ndded to tho G00
renllxcd from bootli sales at tho fnlr
last Saturday, makes In the neighbor
hood of 11100 to start with
Tiioso responsible for tho success of
the fair wero Mrs. !'. A. Snylor, Mrs.
William King, Mrs A. P Clark-, Mrs.
(' I) fasterllne, Mrs M. II Webb.
Mis. J It M McLouii, Mrs. II. Herger,
Mrs I M rot, Mrs. T. T. Itlckerton,
Mrs. Alfred Moore, Mrs 12. A. llcrndt,
Mrs Ralph Johnstone, MIhs Mubcl
Armstrong. Mrs. Kd Tonne. Mrs. Ilut
chhisun. Mrs Janicn Uulld, Mrs. P.
Stone, Mrs T M. Church, Mrs. II. II.
tlrown. .Mrs. William Prascr, nnd tho
Misses P. A. Fletcher, Uidd, K. Ward,
K. Ashley, O Johnstone, T. Wlthlng
ton, I'urs, Ida Logan. A. Lucas,
Vlslan Sllvii, Dorothy Poilinrfro, Ilrii
sllln asterllne, Sara Lucas, Ilelle Mc
Corrlston. Helen (HrWn, Helen North,
Calllo Lucas, Helen III nun. Until John
stone, Mnigaret Collins. K Wilkinson,
the Misses Logan, McCorrlston nnd J.
Uulu ' iwf)tf saw -
Who remembers th' ole speckled oil
cloth table cover full o' slits whsre th'
knife glanced off th' round steak? Fig
ures don't tie but you can group them
so they 'II answer the same purpose.
renews and sustains the
strength of weak, failing
babies; pale, delicate chil
dren; tired, nervous women
and feeble, aged people. It
contains no alcohol, no
drug, no harmful Ingredient
whatever; It builds up and
strengthens the young as
well as the old.
How mil ihslctms nnd hospitals nf
foril to hold ilirouk kldnej patUuts to
ciltalu fulluro on the orthodox treat
ment when bj n simple addition lecov
cry Is posslbli In iniiiiy inses? Wo
rvioril below another recovery In nenso
of Urlght's disease declared Incurublo
b) the books.
.Mr. Julin Anderson, 6G0 Ilrynn Ave
nue. Port Worth. Tetns, wrote on De
cember c. 1910, from which wo extract:
"I would llko to have your opinion
and will slvo ou my symptoms. "My
legs, thighs and stomach uro badly
swollen My doctor tried stronlsVpur'
giltles to rellovo tho dronsy. but to no
purpose, l'our months ugo tho swell
ing was so bail that my lungs wero
full nnd tho elimination was almost
solbl with nlhiimeu. I was In bed thrco
months previous to taking tho llrnal
Cynipniiiul It has done mo morn good
than anything ilsc, hut I n" still bed
fust" Prescriptions wiro sent In nld thu
Compound to redueo the dropsy
n January 2". 1911, Andirsou again
wrote as follows:
"I wish io thank you for tho letter
and prescriptions. I huvo completely
rocowrcd I had a lest mado two duys
ago and am perfectly free from albu
men Pairing weakness I feel us well
as I put did. I havo been out Of lied
Just tlireo weeks, having been conllned
to bed nine months. It has Inkenuboiit
twenty-live bottles to euro me. Of
iiiurse, I wns In u terrible condition
mid tho results hawi surprised all who
knew how bad I was I do not supposn
oii nii'd n testimonial, hut .vol. uro
perfcitly welcome to io piy naiao If
joii wish "
Honolulu Drug Co Is local ugent for
Pillion's Renal Compound
Por llteriituro write John ,t Pulton
Co. CIS Haiti ry HL. Sail FrnncK-o
HUGO HERZER WILL
PRESENT HIS PUPILS
tiuxl Thursday evening Mr. Hugo
Jlelnr will present nt mi iittractivo
rccilal ut the Young hotel Mrs. itugn
Horror, .Mrs. P V Macfurl'ino. It. II.
MtClrow and n chorus of Iv.'unty
voices. Tho prngiam luiip.ir-ul :s ond
that should Interest nnd plenso nil
music lovers of tho city. In tho
chorus will bo Mra r II C'ooprfr, Mrs.
V W Macfnrlano'Jr , Mrs. Hiign llcr
or. Miss nitstrnnd, Miss P Towks
bury. Miss Kulpo tamin, A F Wall,
It C Ilrown, Win Sopor, II II Wins
low, II M (Inmlmun, Dr. N S Knlr-i
ucatlier, Mrs II. M von Unit. Mrs
N S Palrwcatliiir, Mrs. Win. William-,
sou. I) W. Anderson, .Inn. Anderson,
P Prlesel, Alan ltpiitiiu. Waller llcal;
aw-BULLETIN ADS PAY-
t wWWtfl'f ""
$3 up to $12.
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD
Possess all the important points
The reputation ol Benjamin
clothes is second to none.
They possess a dignity not found
in any other make of men's garments
Away from the ordinary ready
made clothes, you have unlimited
choice of exclusive styles to select
from, and you can depend on the
Every garment is made by hand.
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
1. (), Ilox 810 I'lioijo 3093
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Rocord May 5, 1911,
From 10i3Q a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
It K Alualke ami wf Io (I W Malolio I)
William It Castle mid wf In Juntos
II Ciistle , n
ling Tin In Nk Chin k D
K Nakiimoto mid wf ct ill to Kan
Martlnlio Dent Kmy or II M
I! Colt Iloliion to John It Dyo and
John II Djo it ml uf to Trout Trust
t'o Ltd M
II Waterhoiihu Tr Co Ltd to Keu-
Entered for Record May 6, 1911.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
John T linker to l-'iniiclsni d'ArnnJn It
rintlinka K Naibe and wf In Yu-
maiiloto Jutnro et al U
J V .Smith' to I'lnelinlwi IC Xullio
nnd wf ltd
Court' of Land Registration,
Trent Trust Co l.til Io Ijvui Keo... D
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
They Do Not Bind
The Most Perfect Bookcase Mada
We Prove It!!
The Price Is No Mors
Brown & Lyon Co.,
I WSr 'Cn '.v
I VJ ", ill'" K
i fi'r w'l"' 3 n
wJIl am 'i'-':-iJ
A Stationery for Particular Ludiot
Highland Swiss Chiffon
50e Per Pound
A. B. ARLCIGH 4 CO., LTD.
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING 8YSTEM8, call or
write to us and mo will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
LUAU HELD FDR
Ono nr tho ehihurnlo Hawaiian
1 1 in mm of tho HciiMin wiib kUcii Salnr
ilay nftcruiKiii in Iho Knllhl MIksIiiii,
neiir Iho Kil!lil l'ul Knclfiry It wiih
ii pretty nffnlr mnl In KWioially pat
ronized by both tho kani.iiilnas and
tho niiilllilnlK. it wiih for tho licncllt
r Iho Knllhl Huttlomoiit.
The Inau was In chnrKo of KOoral
woll known InillCH, liivlmllni; Mm. u
Zorho nnd Mib. lllco. Thoro wcio
four hootlih In tho main hull, immt
nrtlhtlciilly ilecorntiid Willi unr
Kicoim and flowers -Tho How or booth
wan In cluirito of Mm IKiirKo I.ucaH
und Mm. Small Wiicht Mm, Woalh
orwux nnd MIhh Kuiilol llorllcinan
hud tho fnncy son hit; luxilli. Tills
cnntnlncd homo of tho host needle
work mi oxhlbllion. Mm Lillian
Thnniii'jon nnd .Mm. Itimo Trctuiicn
had cli u iro of tlio cundy booth
Almost nil tho visitors who eniere,i
Iho hnll woi-o ndoruofl Willi hlu for
which they paid for llbernll.
Iho Ulan was ncrveil on two lorn;
nnd two ahnrt talilea covered wii'i
inro Honom. Mm Zerho and Mii
lleoico Kan who an, timed Hie liuu
uro rccehhiR ihu I'liiiBintulailunn n
lliclr fi lends.
, Don't you take any interest in'mea! time? Does"
I food fail to tempt you ? Have to force yourself to,
I eat," and even then. your stomach rebels at talcing'
Vou neeat somethinc for your liver That "organ
is liable to get out ol order at this season. We have,
i a number of good liver remedies that will set you
right and make you feel hungry again.
The surest and best cf these is Roxall Hoar
Salts. It will stimulate and regulate the action of
your liver and bowels without griping. It never fails
in its results and is pleasant lo take. Sold with the
Rcxall guarantee. Extra large package, 50c.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
THE REXALL STORE
Hotel and Fort Sts
unnns tiiij vtii: ov an ui.i:ctiuc tan Tina hummkh
Costs no little to
run continuously thut
you will hardly no
tice tho addition to
tho light bill. , ,
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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