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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 27, 1912.
PATTERN HATS AND SHAPES
Were received by the Sierra
Now On Display
Milton & Parsons
PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT STREET
THE PALM CAFE
HOTEL STREET OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATRE
Chocolates and Candies of our own Make
Ice Cream and Cakes
Telephone 20 tl
now Dorctnus Hcudder I) I) min
ister; Rev Ainoi A. Ubiraole, niocl
8:60 n. in llllilc school William
A. Howell, superintendent
10 ii. in. Ilosuortli llllilc class for
young people. Conducted !) the ns
10:10 ii. in Adult Wide class for
men nriil women Conducted hy Itev.
1' H. Hcuilder
11 n. in. Morning worship Sermon
liy the minister "Thy Judgments Are
n Hreut Deep."
0.30 p. in I'hrNtlan Kndenvor
meeting "The Life uml Work of John
H. Mott." Meeting In charge of A. H
7:30 p. in K enliiR service "The
l.lfe of Jems of Niijinretli " Illustrnlcd
with stcrcoptlcon hy Mr Honlne from
nn unusunlly line series of paintings
hy Wllllnni Hole, the eminent i:ngllh
artist. Descriptive lecture hy the as
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
Holiday services .Sundny school nt
9-4R a m. for oung people under !0
years. Lesson sermon at It n m ;
sulijcct, 'Trnlintlnn ATter Denth "
Wedliesdny ocnlng Testimonial
meeting nt 8 o'clock.
All service nrn held In the Odd
renown' building, fort street, where
iilso a free rending room Is open to
tlitf pulillc dally from 10:30 a. m. to
U';,10 p. in.
AlMurc cordially Imltcd.
HOME OF TRUTH.
1220 Knplohinl street, near Ucrctnnl.i
Htindny services n n. ,., ,,. -Mr
.M. .M. Hunter-Jones. Subject. "The
Lord's ITnjer." giving the metaphys
ical Interpretation 7MB p. ln, ,y Dr
Weaver: subject, "Attainment Atone,
lufnt At-oiic-ment Man nnd Ood".
"I In them, nnd Thou In me, that they
mny he made Perfect In One"
Monday. 8 p. m. Healing meeting
and lesson on the llfo of Jeu, from
"The Aiiinrlnii fopel of Jesus the
Wednesday, 7.45 p. m -Lesson In
lllhle astrology. ,y r)r vrncr
Thursday. 8 p. m -Lesson In prac
tical. Christian hcullng, hy Mrs M M
Hunter- Jones, Kuhjeet. "Thought.
Mans Creative Tower." this being the
fourth lesson In nn advanced course
All meetings nt the Home.
An earnest Invltiitim, i ...,., .
all seekers of II, o -i.-i i. .
leaven." which Is within you
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS
CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS
J:4B u. in. Sunday school. Lesson"
adapted to nil nges. Classes In both
llAunlliin tm.1 l.-n..ii..t.
- ". " -..ftiii. i,esson ionic,
11 a I1.Mnnilnn .. t-
,, ', v. .-....... n,.imi, nermon
In both Hnsllsh and Hnwallan.
i. in. .linn lieilHio-Llternr' So
ciety neshles a systcmntle study of
)i.."vm-,iuy ueveintlon, there will be
a musical and literary program and a
lesson In normal work on tho Hook of
.Mormon. All will ilnd this meeting
7 30 p m Kwning worship. Ser
I BE FAIR
WITH YOUR ,
Don't abuse or neglect
It, and you will be well
repaid, If it becomes
tones slmm-Uieiii lin Igunilcs
Try a bottle today for
MALARIA, FEVER AND AGUE
For salo by Ilcnson, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Chamber Drug Co., Ltd, Illlu
Drug Co. and At all wholesale liquor
.Ice nil In KiirIIsIi. Sermon by i:idcr
On Sunday night nt 7 o'clock, at
he Knuluweln Mission, Miss Lrlck
on, general secretary of the Y W
' A . will speak on tho subject, "lls
icntlnls and Non-Ksscntlnls of Life "
This will be an open meeting, to which
erhody Is Invited. Women In pnr
Iciilar A line program of music will
Several appeals have been mnde
against the tux nsessment In Hnwnll.
ind Treasurer Conkllng received n list
of them this mornltiR
Those who will take their cases to
tho appeal court nre Hnknliiu I'lnntn
tlon t'niniuinj, Hlln Sugar Companj.
I'anuhnii Sugar I'lnntatlnn Company.
Tropic Agricultural Co., Ltd : Knha
upu Agricultural Co. Ltd; Welm Ag
ricultural Company Ltd : Knlopn Ag
ricultural Company. I D nnd A II.
Spreckels, and Sam Upa, nnd Tnmar
Tho cases will come before the ap
peal court that meet. In Hnwnll later
In tho yenr.
Here's a Crusher in Sales!
Manufacturers' Sample Line of
By the last steamer from the Coast we received (via San Francisco)
sample lines of 1912 Spring Models in Dresses from two of the
largest manufacturers in New York. We will put the lines on sale
ON MONDAY, APRIL 29th.
There are only 138 of them, and no two alike. Our prices are the
manufacturers' original prices; our profit is simply the discount. A
sale like this is unknown in Honolulu. The goods are of an extra
fine quality, high grade and guaranteed.
Theso are Messalines, Taffetas, Foulards,
Chiffons, Linens, Voiles, etc.
REGULAR $ 6.00 DRESSES SALE PRICE S 3.00
REGULAR $7.50 DRE8SE8 SALE PRICE $5.00
REGULAR 9.00 DRESS ES SALE PRICE $6.00
REGULAR $12.00 DRE8S ES SALE PRICE $8.00
REGULAR $15.00 DRESSES SALE PRICE .. .; $1000
REGULAR $16.50 DRESSES SALE PRICE $11.00
REGULAR $18.00 DRESSES SALE PRICE $12.00
REGULAR $20.00 DRESS ES SALE PRICE $13.00
Note the Low Prices and Reductions.
DRESSES SALE PRICE $15.00
DRESS ES SALE PRICE $17.00
DRESS ES SALE PRICE $18.50
DRE8S ES 8ALE PRICE ,.,..$20.00
DRESS ES SALE PRICE $24.00
DRE88ES-SALE PRICE $26.00
DRE8SES SALE PRICE SM.00
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY MORNING . APRIL 29TH
NEW LINE OF KID GLOVES
NEW LINE OF THE LATEST IN
LADIES' HAND BAGS
Pantheon Building, Fort
and Hotel Streets
NEW LINE OF RIBBONS
NEW LINE OF LACE FLOUNCINGS
CANDIDLY TELL TRUTH
ABOUT HARDWARE PRICES
Some hard facts nbout hanlwnro
prices nre contained In the Introduc
lon nf tho advertisement of the. City
Hardware Coninnnv wlitd. i ...
Hie Unit time today. Very cnndldly
his company announces tlint steep
prices on hardwire have to be main
tained tO mtlkp III! fnf fhn lnn ..-
'od between sales. Tor six days It Is
Hie Intention of this company to mnko
"frequent sales." Uy so dolus they
will ho able In reilnon lm i.an,.ln
prices from thirty to fifty per cent
Thnt the announcement Is a, state
ment 01 tacts is borne out by tho reg
ular nnd snlo prices quoted In the nd
xertlsement Tho storo Is locnted nt
'ho corner of King; and Nuunnii streets
and Is well stocked with hardware
alld dishes. Thn sly-rinv nnln linnlne
on Wednesday morning, Mny 1st.
IN DRY GOODS SALES
Worn has something new In dry
goods Sales. Today hn mmuinm
that cm Monday ho will placo on Balo
11110 hundred nnd thirty-eight 1912
sprint; models in dresses of which no
two lire alike. Thn enndu nrn nf tin
extra lino quality, high grndo and
Kiiarauieeii 1110 prices quoted nro
tho manufacturers' regular prices.
Illom'8 piollt will simply bu tho dis
count Prices nro quoted on another
MRS. ,1. MllTON of Milton & Pnr.
Rons will leave on tho Slerru for n buy
ing trl In eastern markets,
I'ltni). lirTI.KH, tho singer, has
L'oon In Ililn for tho past week or
mora and will sing at tho Walluku
Church, .Maul, tomorrow, returning to
Honolulu noxt week, A union Bcrvlco
was hold In tho Ilnlll Church or Illlo
last Sundny, tho Foreign, Uplscoptt
Han. and PnrtiinuoRo ebiirehoH nnltinn
In tho service
Yon must get tho II u 1 1 c 1 1 n Io
gel Hit Xcivs.
rl 1EIE3I : IEH
The various makes of clothing in
this town and the chances are in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
in other makes. We guarantee
every suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
AND PACKED IN A
DUST PROOF CARTON
cfor uour protection
C.Q.YEE HOP & COMPANY
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
(Dowson & Ruieell)
YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK BUILDING
UPSTAIRS, ROOM NO. 3
Wholecals Importers of Crept Goodt, Silk Crepei, Cotton Crepe, Crepe Shirts,
and Crepe Goods of Every Description
CALL AND SEE OUR SAMPLES
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