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U'JVINS UL'tLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY, CIPT. ! MM.
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Photo Supply Co.,
HIGH PRICED CAR
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tenders under consideration range
frmii n I'm-kanl nt JMM, HciiRrnvn nt
ti'ilOU, Locomobile nt 15400, Humbler nt
$5400, it Honolulu Iron Works Hi'ui;rnu
nt 57r.O.- Pope Hartford nt Jf.T.'.O, to
the Knox, last on tho 1 1st. nt J59G0.
Nothing Is known here concerning
the Knox x.ivn from a. prexentntlnn of
ItH qunlltlcnlloim tliroimll tho lncnl
uuency. What has apparently atlrrnt
up the nther dealers Is the report that
an attempt might be inude to hrliiK
down n machine, which, once on the
ground, tould ho turned over to tho
city for n limited ptrlod with tho un
dcrHtnndliiK that If It proved nntlfiii'-
tory It would ho purchased at i lliturc
nrranKed between the iiKents mid the
It wns said this morning that one
or more members of the hoard fuor
the purchnso of two machines ench of
Tho Packard people still defy com
petition with their figures, nnd It Is
said that they will set forth the claim
that ns tho tenders were submitted In
good faith their offer, which Is (1419
lower thnn that Khen by tho Knox
agency, should recehe favorable con
sideration. Any other move upon tho
part of the supervisors, It Is predicted,
will stir up trouble
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF DEY GOODS
WAN YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmtrket
Wing Chong Co.
xma IT- BEAK MTHJI
Dealer in Furniture, MattretMi,
etc.. eto. All kind of KOA and MM
HON FDENITUEE made to order.
CALIFORNIA POET WILL
READ HERE THURSDAY
Fbr the ftrst time this snaaon Ho
nolulu Society will hnve an oppor
Utility to hoar Charles Kcoler, the
well known California oct, road from
his own poems. Mr. Keeler Is mak
ing a tour of tho world and Honolulu
will be his first stop. While person
ally almost unknown lo Honolnlti folk
hlq Kema hao been widely rend by
cultivated peoplo for several )enru. i
The readings, there will ho two,
wilt partake of the society onlor nnd
will be well patronlied for tho put-
tonesscR nro from tile loaders In llo-
nnltilti. Tho affair Is to ho In tho
'ball room of tho Alexander Young
Hotel nnd the reading will begin nt
inarter past eight on Thursday night.
t Tho Rev.' Elmer Smith, pastor ot tho
Methodist Episcopal church, was the
olIlclatlnK clergyman ut the marrlnge
of Miss Ksther floo to Mr. Edwin IC.
Kekuku, which took pluco ut 7:30
o'clock Saturday evonlng at tho par
iionago on lleretanla street. A suinll
company of relatives und friends wit
nessed the ceremony.
Mr. Kekuku Is a popular young man
of the city and holds n responsible
position In the registry department of
tho postofflce. His bride was formerly
a teacher In the Pohukalnu school.
w . . ir i a 1 1 1 1 1 nsr Tr.
And Cloth of Al Quality Can Im
HC OANDLISS BIDff.
F. 0. Box 961 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu. near Kins Street.
Pint Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CUT HARDWARE CO,
King; and Nuuanu Street
II u'l I tl n'KdKorluritboni Plmnr
2185. Hal let In Uailneif Office
1 1 'Jn
every bottle of Cod
Liver Oil you buyt
It ftandr (or the
and only genuine
preparation of Cod
Liver Oil In the
Cod Liver Oil preparations with
out this trade-mark are only chap
Imitations, many of them containing
harmful drugi or alcohol. Be SURE
togdSCOTTS. au. druggists.
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Semi -Annual Clearance Sale
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LIS OF MONEY-SAVERS for the First-of-the-Month Shoppers. Sales particularly for housewives who are Imsily
equipping their families and their homes for Fall. Prices at half anil less. We are giving values that excel anything
ever attempted. Nothing reserved. Do not overlook this phenomenal Sale, for here your dollar does the work of two.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
j YOU CAN SAVE HALF OR MORE
Muslin Skirts . Night Gowns Muslin Drawers
Iteg. .7.', each; Bald Price .ID llpg, t r,0 each; Snle Price.. .Ill Reg. J Xi pair; Sale Price.. .2(1
Hog. 1.00 each; Hale Price., .fill Heg. 7fi each; Sulo Price.. M Iteg. .5(1 pair; Sale Price. . M-OM
ItcR. l.KO each; Sale Price.. .75 lteg. 1.00 each: Sale Price.. JilMLCO Heg. .7.. pulr; Sale Price.. .IO.ll.An
Iteg. 2.00 each; Sale Price.. 1.IMI.1.15 Heg. l.r.O each; Salo Price.. .7."..1.(MI Iteg. 1.00 pair; Sale Price.. MtiM
Iteg. 2.S0 each; Sale Price. li'S-UV) Heg. 2.00 each; Sale Price.. 1.lHI.1.'J.'i Heg. 1.50 pair; Sale Price.. .73.1.00
neg. 3.00 each; Sale Price.. V.0.2.IK) Heg, 2.50 euch; Sale Price.. 15-UII lteg. 2.00 pair; Salo Price.. 1JI0.I.2S
Heg. 4.00 euch; Sdlo Price.. 2.00.2.75 Heg. 3.00 each; Sule Price.. U0.2.00 Heg. 2.50 pair; Sale Price. 188.8.131.52
Heg. 4.60 each; Sale Price.. 2.25.3.00 Heg. 3.50 each; Sale Price.. 1.7A-SJH Heg. 3.00 pair; Sule Price. . 184.108.40.206(1
Heg. GOO euch; Sule Price.. ;I.()Q.1.IH Reg. 4 00 eiich; Sale Price.. 2.(H(.2.3(r Heg. 4 00 pulr; Snle Price.. 2.(10-2.30
Pequot and Golden State Sheeting
42 Indies wide; 'Heg. 20c ynnl; Sulo Price 15c jnril
46 IncliOH wldo; Heg. 25c yard; Sulo Prlco 20c yarn
61 Indies wide; Keg. 27c yard; Sule Prlco 22!jir )iiril
C3 Inches wldo; Heg. H'JVic ynnl; Sale Prlco 25e jnril
72 Inches wldo; Heg. 35c yard; Sulo Price 27!4c ynnl
81 Inches wide; Heg. 37c yunl; Sulo Price 30r jard
90 Incheu wide; Heg. 40c yard; Sale Price 32lr'yurd
P?quot and Golden State
03-DO Heg. .73 on.; Sale Price.. .CO
fi:i-l)0 Heg. .S3 eu ; Sale Price.. .75
"2-1I0 Heg, .90 ea ; Sale Price.. XI
81-90 Heg. .90 en.; Sale Price. . .SO
81-90 Heg. 1.00 en.; Sain Price.. .90
81-90 Heg. 1.25 ea.; Sale Price.. l.tMl
90-19 Heg. 1.25 eu.: Sule Price . 1.0(1
COTTON, LINEN, TURKISH
Heg. .90 doz.; Sale Prlco.. .75 dot.
Heg. ItH) doz.; Sule Price.. .73 din.
Heg. 1.50 doz.; Sule Price., 1.15 doz.
Heg. 1.75 doz.; Sule Price.. 1.25 doz.
Heg. 2.00 doz.;-Sule Price.. 1.50 duz.
Heg. 2 25 doz.; Sale Price.. 1.75 doz.
Heg. 2.7G doz.; Sale Price.. 2.00 doz.
Heg. 3.00 doz.; Sule Price.. 2.23 dot.
Heg. 3.60 doz.; Snle Price.. &50 ttna.
Heg. 4.00 doz.; Sule Prlco.. .00 doz.
Heg. 7.00 doz.; Sale Price.. 4.75 duz.
Heg. 8 60 doz.; Sale Price., fi.00 dez.
Heg. 10 00 doz.; Sule Price.. 7,0 doz.
. 1.25 pair
. 1.30 pulr
. 1.(15 pair
. 1,75 pair
. 2.25 pulr
. 3.25 pair
. 3.50 pulr
. 4.511 pair
Heg. 3 00
Quilts; Salo Price..,
QilllU; Sale Price..,
Quilts; Sale Price..,
Quilts; Sulu Price...
Quilts; Sule Price..,
Quilts; Sale Price..,
Quilts; Sale Price..,
Quilts; Sale Prlcu...
linen Torchon Laces, 1-2, in. to 4 in. wide.
Reg. $1,00 doz.; 'Sale Price 60c doz. v
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Heg $1.00 each;
Heg 1.50 euch;
Heg, 2.00 each;
Heg 2.25 euch;
Reg, 2,75 euch;
Heg. 3 00 each;
Heg. 4.00 euclr;
Heg, 4.60 euch;
Heg 5.00 euch;
Heg 0 60 each;
Heg. 9.00 euch;
Sule Prlcu. ,
Sale Price. .
Heg $14.00 euch; Sale Price. . 7.00
Heg Ifi.oo euch; Hale Prlco . WO
Heg 18.00 each; Salo Price... 11.00
Keg 20 00 each; Snle Price... 10.00
Reg. $5 00 earhl Sale Pi lcoJ. . . . . A5II
Iter. COO euch; Sale Price.... 3.011
Heg. 7.00 each; Sale Price X5II
Reg. 7.50 each; Sale Price 3.75
Heg 13 00 euch; Sale Prlco IL50
I'rult of the Uioni, per yd...
!.oiiHihtIc Sheeting, per yd ..
Karwfll Cotton, per yd
Pride of the West, per yd...
Cietceut Cambric, per yd....
Herkley Cambric, per yd
I.onHilalo Cambric, per yd....
I.iiiwuod Cambric, per yd.
Ind. Head. 33 In. wide, per yd..12'jc
Friday Morning, Sept 1st.
Opp. Catholic Church
ST. LOUIS TEAM
Kor the-heneflt of the St. IajuIh hnso
hnlMcam, a big show will be given
tonight nt tho Park theutcr, begin
ning ut S o'clock.
There's a chunce here for tho peo
ple of Honolulu not only to see u big
'show for tho money but to help the
St. Louis boys along in their proposed
trip. The program for tonight Is nn
especially good one, and Krnest Haul
nnd his singers and luuslcluns will do
their Bhare toward giving the public
1 a treat. Resides this, the munngement
of the benellt Is today trying to con
nect with Kddle, Fernandez nnd get
him to show his special moving pic
tures on the recent baseball serlos be
, tueen the Kclo team and the Hawaii
, players. It's a big show for the
money, and the boys ought 'to be giv
en ugood boost
Hear Admiral Charles E. Fox, com
mandant of the Charleston, S. C navy
yaul, lias asked to he retired.
COURSES WILL BE GIVEN
Tho College of Hawaii' is 'sending
out Its annual announcements of tho
opening of tho joar-'f jvprlr. Consider
able emphasis !s laid lii tho nunotmco
meiits'thls,)'cnr on the corrcsisunlenco
courses, which Imvo jiroved success
ful. Courses will bo given this ear
In soil nnd crops, plant life, practical
horticulture, poultry culture, cooking
nnd zoology. Tho announcement snys
"That peoplo mny be taught in
many ot tho subjects of the school and
collogo curriculum through corres
pondence study Is a demonstrated
fact, nnd whllo tho method lacks
some of the advantages of resident
study, it has certain advantages of lis
nv.n. Among other things, It has a
tendency to encourago self-rellanco
nnd self-determination. L uffords
earnest iicrsons tho opportunity of
working and studying at tho samo
time, und euch zttident gets Individual
instruction. On tho othor hand, ad
vanced subjects requiring oxtensivo
laboratory equipment nro at a disad
vantage, ns tho manipulation of lab'
oratory apparatus may not be taught
"The specific classes of persons that
corresiondenco study is dcslgne) to
bonetlt mny bo enumerated as fol
lows: "1. Those who wish to learn but
who are prevented from attending tho
college by exIgencleH of employment
or place of living.
"2. Those who find now demands
mndo nioii them by tho progiess of
tho Industry In which tlicy nro en
"3. Those who nro engaged In man
ual employments and who nlsh wuno
mental activity to occupy their lols
ii ro hours."
DROWNING IS THE VERDICT.
That Cornelia Perls, camo to her
death by drowning, wai tho vordlct
of tho coroner's Jury, summoned lust
night nt tho police station by Deputy
Sherlfin Rose. II will be remembered
Hint a few days ago. Perls and friends
went out swimming off Iho Ala Mo
ana road, nt Kulla. While sho was
trying to return, sho sank below tho
wntcr nnd died. Subsequently Jicr
body was brought ashore by a Itawnl'
ajT-tULLFTIN ao Pv-ajjaj
w . k I ll.lldi.tl wr Tar.
REWC0 RYE WHISKEY
At All the Leading Saloons
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed "v h
OUK WORK COSTS MORH, HUT IS WORTH MOHR SPOTS DC NOT '
l.Miri U 4JMV PAAin ilMWa ,l
An iMr n
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AND EVERY NIGHT AT 8:20
The Funniest Show ever- seen in Honolulu
AYESHA and BARNETT
The only 'Woman Hypnotist in the World. ,The Man with' the Green Eyes."
THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS i,,dud ; .""."-"'"W D , - Th. h. w,,,ipik - caieptic stat.,iy : The Rck
a ,, ' 1 Urcaking , - I he llindo Sleep - Hypnotism by Telephone.
TUESDAY NIGHT THE 24-HOUR HYPNOTIC SLEEP
X ) -i .
Seats may be booked by phoning Honolulu Amusement Co. trom 10 to 12 a. m. ancf 1 to 5 p. m. Phone 3324. Prces 15 and 25c. Reserved Seats, 50c