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rim HAWAIIAN dTAlt, FJUDAY, APRIL 24 1908. Curios ! Curios !!Jfi Everything in the curio lino is car ried "by lis. Wo rnako a specialty of hand mado fancy work and arc al ways ploascd to show tho goods. WOMANS EXCHANGE. Hotel. St. near Union. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd rtVm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager Jtlm D. Spreckels. First Vlce-Presldont IW. M. Qltfard... Second Vice-President (H. .11. Whitney Treasurer KlcharJ Ivers , Secretary W. F. WUon Auditor SUG&U FACTORS, COMMISSION AGENTS AGENTS FOn O.eanlo Steamship Co., Ban Francl, y Cat. Wistern Sugar lUflnlnfc Co., San Fran claco, Cal. Hildwln liocomoUve Works, Philadel phia, Pa, Xewall Universal Mill Co., Manufac iturora of National Cano Shredder, New York, N. T Pacific Oil Transportation Co., Ba Francisco, Cal. THE BEST SODA Water is mado by us. Wo can prove it. Consolidated Soda Water Works Co. G. S. tiEITHEAD, Manager. Telephono 71. Have the gas light installed while the days are long You Can Get The Best Light From Gas for half, or less than half, what you pay for any . other kind ot light HonoluluGasCo BISHOP STREET - - -HONOLULU Reduction Sale! FOR 3 WEEKS from APRIL 2ND. EYERY ARTICLE REDUCED FROM 25 TO CO PER CENT. King Street near Nuuanu. 4 SUITS FOR $1.50. Wo will cean and press 4 suits a month for $1.60 If you join our clothes cleaning club. Good work guaranteed. JOIN NOW. The Ohio Clothes Cloaning Co. Harrison Ulock, Beretania nr Fort. Won Loui & Co. Plumbers and Tinners Ti Hotel Street near Maunakea. HIUIDll WAltR WORKS COMPANY, LTD. Sole manufacturers and Agents of Ofinulno Kola Mint. (Don't buy poor Imitations.) PHONE 71. HOP WO All kinds of Ladles' Woolen Over coats, Dresses ready made or made to ordr at very reasonable prices. 1121 Nuuanu St. near Pauabl. Y. ISHII Cornsr Beretania -and Nuuanu HU JAPANESE DRUGGI8T8 .GENERAL MERCHANDISE. . , All Binds of American Patent Modi clues at Low Prices. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Vlckors Shoe Itopnlr Shop. .. .Pago 5 H. llackfeld ft Co Page S Palm Cafe Page 1 Manufacturer' v Shoo Co Page 1 Mrs. Dunn l'agc 3 llenson, Smith & Co Page 4 THE WEATHER. Local Olllce. U. S. Weatliur liurtau, Youus Hulldlug. Honolulu, T. H., April 23, 190S. Temperatures, 0 a in.; 3 a. m.; 10 a. in.; and morning minimum. G7; 73; 71; 70; CG. Uarometui leading: absolute humid ity (grains per cubic foot); relative humidity and dew point at 8 a. m.: 30.01; C.235; 71; C3. Wind: Velocity and direction at 6 a. in.; S a. ni.; 10 a. m.; ami noon. A NE.; calm; S SW., 10 S. Rainfall dunns "1 nouts ending S a. in:: no rain. Total wind movement during 21 hours ended at noon: 154 miles. WM. a. STOCKMAN, Sectun Director. XEWSblN A aN UTS Ilia L Paragraphs That Give Condensed News of the Day. Auto at back fare, F. LUlis, Tel. 361. Try Lutted's Tabasco Sauce. For sale at all grocers. The fleet Is coming. Let us clean up the city. Honolulu Lodge C1G B. P. O. E. meets this evening. Tho Leading Hat Cleaners will clean your hat for 60c. The pastry and Butternut Bread at the Palm Cafe aro famous in Hono lulu, and tho service there is tho best. For a nice automobile ride ring up Chas. Luain, Telepnone 4S2. The ouly automobile expert in the hack busi ness. I If you see a hattm a lady you can rest assured It was madefln the Dunn Hat Shop in tho Harrison Block, Fort and Beretania. Lam Yip Keo, charged with selling liquor without a license, was found not guilty by a jury in Judge Robin son's court yestordav. Mrs. M. Turman had a large au dience for her opening "New Thought" lecture at the Kllobana Art League rooms last night Luck Kamaka was granted a di vorce from Kamaka this morning by Judge Lindsay. Tho suit was brought on the grounds of non-support. If you ever go away from home bo sure and tako with you one of the traveling cases sold by Benson, Smith & Co. Ltd., Hotel and Fort Streets. The Heinz "57" man has always "just arrived," and he always brings the same quality of goods and plen ty of them. Order from your grocer now. When yon'ro moving, remember that tho Union-Pacific Transfer Co., absolutely guarantee all their work. Transferring of all kinds done quick ly, safely, and cheaply. Phone 58. San Sul, arrested last night for Illi cit distilling, was brought before U. S. Commissioner Hatch this morning and waived examination. She was held for tho October term of court. "We have never had such hand some styles In ladies' footwear as we are showing and selling this season. Some of our 1908 stylos are distinc tive creations." W. H. Smith of Manufacturers' Shoo Co. Yamashita was sentenced to threo months In jail at HIlo for stealing tho tax receipt of another Japanese named Fukuda, which ho had tried to pass off for his own when a collec tor intercepted him as ho was going aboard tho steamer Aiauna Kea. Tho fact that you can havo shops made to order by a first class man speaks well for Honolulu and tho VIckers Shoo Repair Shop on Union Street where the work Is done. In addition to making the shoes they mend old ones while tho customer waits. Abraham Kihulu, a young man formerly employed as night clerk In tho HIlo Police station, died on Sat urday at his hnnm In Wnlnleln. Tho rTuneral took place on Sunday after noon, Company D, N. G. H., and tho Hul Hawaii Ponol attending, the de ceased having been a member of both organizations. Rev. Leopold Kroll, lately of Hoo sick Falls, N. Y., arrived with bis wife and threo children by the Mon golia on Monday. Ho comes at tho request of Bishop Restarlck to take charge of tho work of the church at Lahalna. Ho will succeed the Rev. A. B. Weymouth in chargo of Holy Innocents. Mr. Kroll Is an Elk, and an exceedingly pleasant man. In the equity suit for partition of LillkalanI Fern vs. Beckey K. Chang this morning Judge Lindsay refused to assume jurisdiction, tho defendant claiming title. An ejectment suit must bo brought to decide tho mat ter. Tho involuntary bankruptcy case against tho Kauai Wine and Liquor Company was finished yestorday at tornoon in tho Federal Court, tho Jury bringing in a vordlct for tho respondents. In the first ballot tho vote was eight to four in favor of tho petitioners, but finally switched around till tho respondents carried the day. Tho verdict camo as a great surprise. It is understood that suits will buy a fine home. Easy terms. Irenttrustco will bo brought by tho creditors nt onco which will forco tho company into bankruptcy If possible. In tho Imbcns corpus suit of Ann mallu Mntinaken, whom the Board of Health physicians hnvo declared to be n leper and whom Attornoy C. W. Ash fold Is nllempthig to freo through tho courts, Dopttty Attorney .General A. D. Lnrnncli filed a motion tills morning asking that tho case be sot for a dato certain for hearing. In the papers It Is stated that ho rep resents L. E. Cofcr, president of tho Board of Health. This is tho first time the now official's name has. ap peared in tho local courts slne li's appointment. The spreaders and other gear ne cessary for the Hawaii arrived this morning on tho steamship Mcxicnn Just as soon as thoy arc unloaded they will bo taken down to tho yard of Sorcnson & Lylo, when tho top masts will be placed in position. The majority of yachtsmen in town seem to have a very optlsmlstlc view of .tho race, all seeming to think that there will bo enough boats to assure a race when tho entries close on Friday of next week. ' DAILY STOCK REPORT Between Boards: 194 Oahu Sugar, $S000 Cal. Ref. Cs, J100; 1C0 Walalua, ?S2.50; 10 Paauhau, ?17.50. , , Session Sales: 150 Oahu, $28; 20 Walalua, JS2.50. Quotations. Bid. Asked. Ewa Plant. Co 27.50 .28.00 Haw. Agr. Co 180.00 Haw. Com. Co S4.50 , 33. bO Honomu ' 150.00 Honokaa , . 10.75 Kahuku 30.00 Klhei .. ' 9.75 "10.00 McBrydo 4.00 4.60 Ookala G.00 7.00 Oahu Sug. Co 28.00 28.46 Onomea Sugar Co .... 32.00 - 34.00 Olaa Sugar Co 3.75 4.00 Paauhau Sug. Co 17.50 Pacific Sug. Mill 110.00 Paia Plant Co 150.00 Pepeekeo 115.00,' Pioneer Mill Co 127.50-. 132.50 Walalua Agr. Co 82.00 SU.OO Waimea C.0.OO Hawaiian Electric 150.00 Hon. R. T. Co., com GO. 00 Oahu Railway . 95.00 Haw. Pineapple Co. .. 23.00 Nahlku Rub. Co 2C.U0 SAN FRANCISCO, February 15. That the evening paper is the best ad vertising medium, which carries into most homes tho announcements ot mer chants, is the conviction of Mr. J. W. Eccleston of Los Angele. Mr. Eccles ton Is the advertising manager of the Broadway Department Store of Los An geles, and probably the highest salaried man in his line on the Pacific Coast. He Is on a visit to this city. The success of the house which he represents is ono of the most remark able In business venture in the country. Nino years ago its owner, Arthur Letts, arrived in Los Angeles with a small capital and bought the bankrupt stock of a retail merchant, and began his business career in a most limited way. By clever advertising he has built up an enterprise which is now doing a business of several million dollars an nually and is constantly increasing. To use the words of Mr. Eccleston, the business of the Broadway Depart ment Store is due to advertising, and the house is tho child of advertising. As one of the illustrations given by him of what can bo accomplished by advertising, he said that in one day last July his houso sold 17,000 pairs of shoes advertised at ?1 a pair. To do this it took 115 clerks as hard as they could work from morning till night. hi selocting the medium, ho prerers the evening paper to tho morning, be cause it goes into the homes anil 'slays there, while tho morning paiie'r'' does not, being carried downtow'n.Jby tho man of tho family in the morning, and consequent'y taken away from the wife, for whom advertising Is Intended'.' Wlta regard to tho situation in San Fran- FECT FIT Guaranteed With our expert cutter who has Just returned from the coast we guarantee every suit to fit. f, W.A-fAW Cn.rlTD. .. r . n Merchant Tailors. Wnlty Bulldtnc King Street ? : mm ire hopeful A PER 8B TEST Date. Per Lb. Per Ton. Mar. 23 Mnr. 24 4. 30 cents 87.20 Mar. 25 April C Apr. 7 Apr. S April 10 4.43 cents April 11 , Apr. 13 April 14 4.4C cents April 15 4.3G cents ipr. 21 4.445e. April 22 Apr. 23 4.12 cents. IS T SHARPLY CONTESTED CRIMINAL TRIAL ON TODAY IN THE UNIT ED STATES COURT. There is quite a light going on today In the Federal Court In tho case of the United States against Ah Wan for illicit distilling. Judge Kaulukou, who is representing the defendant", Is put ting up a hard fight for his client., it appears that Ah Wan was arrested at tho same time as Ah Sal, who has al ready been convicted of the same of fence and who takes all the blame. Ah Sal says that he owned and operated the still and that Ah Wan had nothing to do with the case. As the defendant is an old man and the defence Is mak ing so good a. fight it looks as If Judge Kaulukou might get his client on. A double interpretation is needed in the case as Judge Kaulukou is talking in Hawaiian to Chinese witnesses while tho jury is composed of men who do not understand Hawaiian. 50 Hon. B. & M. Co 19. U0 McBryde Sug. Co. Gs 105.50 Hamakua Ditch Gs 100.00 McBryde 9G.00 'Oahu Sugar Go. 5s 10(1.00 ,Oahu Sugar 5s 100.00 Pacific 0s . 100.00 "Walalua Gs 93.00 94.25 cisco, he declares that the merchants are overlooking the evening paper as j a medium for advertising. "The majority of advertisers In San I Francisco," he said this morning, "are overlooking their opportunity." lnas much as I believe tney are overlooking the evening paper as an advertising medium. "I have heard complaints among ad vertisers here that the morning papers have a large part of their circulation outside the city. I never heard that of the ovening paper. If such is the case, then in my opinion they are over looking the evening paper, because these very same men admit and agree that the ovening paper does not cir culate outside the city In such a mark ed degree. "In my line I am making a huge suc cess of advertising. Tho business I re present is purely and sololy a child of advertising, and I contend It is not on account of conditions, but tho Ijact ot our success is our whole business res ponds to advertising; and in my opi nion the San 'Francisco merchant pays too little attention to his advertising. What I mean by that is, these people who complain of conditions and do not sepk a remedy for them. "There is no difference in human na ture In San Francisco and Los Angeles. Thero aro tho same people to work on, and the same results are obtainable. Human nature is the same the world over. Wo are all looking for some thing for nothing. It is within the power of any largo department store to obtain merchandise within the mar ket value, and after obtaining this merchandise, if tho merchant can ac quaint the public of the fact that ho is disposing ot the same at a lower price thari his competitors, in my opinion thero is no reasonVwhy ho should not obtain results. "If, as numerous advertlsors in San Francisco claim, tho morning paper cir culated In foreign fields, then I should solve the problem by using greater space In tho evening paper, but being n stranger in the field I am no author ity. It is simply an opinion I quoto, and not a fact; ,but the pplnlon is based on the statements ot the advertisers. I bellovo San Francisco is a ripe field for tho house that will do aggressive and.'progrpssivo advertising. I am a largo user of space in tho evening pa pers at home, and I get magnificent I UOU IKE LONDON HUTS Price. 11 shillings, 11 shillings, 11 shillings, 11 shillings, 11 shillings. 0 3-4 pence. 2 1-1 pence. 3 pence. 11-2 pence. 3 pence. G 3-4 pence. G pence. 8 1-4 pence. 11 shillings, 11 shillings. 11 shindigs, 11 shillings, 11 shillings, 11 thlllings, 9 pence. 9 3-4 pence. 9 piinco. 11 shillings, G 3-4 ponce. 11 shillings 11 shillings, , 10 pence. 9 pence. James F. Morgan's AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER Member of Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange. Stock and Bond Orders receive prompt attention. Information furnlshei relative to all STOCKS AND BONDS. LOANS NEGOTIATED. Phone 72. P. O. Box 594. results from them. Wo always do what we advertise, and thp people have faith In advertisements. Tho morning pa per Is faken down town by the husband after he scans It over at the breakfast table. Then he reads It on the way to work and during the day. He may bring It homo In the evening, but It Is then too lato for the wife to get any benefit from the advertisements. The evening paper, on the other hand Is the paper of tho home, being brougiit home In the afternoon, and It stays there. Tho wife then has an opportunity ot reading it and seeing the advertise ments, and finding what Is advertised for the following day." E Y Commercial Pacific Cable Company's steam auxiliary schooner Flaurence Ward, Captain Plltz, which sailed from here on April 14, reached Midway Isl and this morning, local cable head quarters receiving a dispatch to this Effect. She will land supplies for the cable operators there and probably return to Honolulu ori May 10. VERY'S SUCCESSOR Captain Corwin P. Rees, the new commandant of the Naval Station, paid hfs firs! nfUflnl mil nn Antlnr. f!nv. ernor Mott-Smlth this morning and was received with the honors due his rank, Adjutant General Jones, Colonel Sam Johnson, Lieut. Col. Short and Captain Smithies ot the Governor's staff being present at the time. The Acting Gov ernor will return the call this afternoon at 2 o'clock and has asked Ex-Governor George R. Carter, to accompany him on the occasion. THE OUTRIGGERS. Quite a large number of surfing en thusiasts were present at the first meeting of, the Outrigger Club , held this afternoon at the Promotion Com mittee's rooms. The following were elected tempo rary officers: Alexander Hume Ford, president; A. L. C. AtWlnson, vice president; H. P. Wood, secretary and Richard Trent, treasurer. A committee consisting of the fol lowing members were-appolnted to look after organization, membership and plans: Messrs. Ford, Atkinson, Dr. Hand, Harry Macfarlane and O. Sorenson. .' More miles can be made in one day by going steadily than by stopping. Help others when you can, but never give what you cannot afford because it is fashionable. Ho who pays before-hand Is served behind-hand. Kilauea Volcano "It was the grandest smetacln on earth." "The flro was thrown within twenty feet of tho top of tho pit, and the floor was covered with running streams of lava." "I would not havo missed tho sight for any considera tion." These were the remarks made by re turning visitors from tho Volcano last woek. t Don't wait for the activity to cease, book now while the show la on. Only $42.50 for the. round trip. For information regarding the trip apply to. Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd Corner Fort and Merchant Streets. ID Ml I 1W SHIRT Spring and Summer styles for THE CfeTRISTY LINQERIE SHIRT WAISTS THE KNICKERBOCKER TAILORED AND LINGERIE WAIST.8. Two of tho most popular makes of tho day. Perfect fitting styles that aro right up-to-date. Also, a fino variety of ELEGANT HAND-EMBROIDEReV) WAISTS. Lingerie Waists from ; $1,25 upward. Tailored Waists from $1.75 'upward. Linen Waists, strictly' tailored, stiff collar and cuffs at $2.75 SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY. it . Sachs! Dry Goods Co., Ltd THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY. Tsjb::e - Voice is the most beautiful instrument of music, in quality of tone, sympathy, and expression. In the ordinary phonograph, much of that is lost, and a grate and rasp substituted. Edison Phonographs (NEW MODEL) produce the pure, clear, natural tone. When Caruso1 sings, all you hear is his splendid, full tones. Every word is distinct, every tone perfect. Call and hear him at the Hawaiian News Company, Ltd., Young Building Most 8 in town, just now, is the HEINZ "57" man. He's popular wherever he goes, and he goes wherever there arc people who $ know and appreciate TABLE reach of all. There's a new shipment just in. Order your supply from your Grocer now. H. Hackfeld & Co. LIMITED DISTRIBUTORS. HUSTAOE - PECK CO., LTD. X1R A&dCE Phone 295. 63'Queen ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF:j TEAMING dealers in Fike Wood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal Crushed Rock, Black and White Sand. Garden Soil. 1 Hat, Grain, Cement. Etc., Etc. iff? JBf ' r'-r You Don't Feel When Buying a New Dinner Set TFrom an open-stock pattern. Know why? Next time vou need a dozen. dinner plates seect them from an "Open-Stock" pattern. When you want a meat platter choose from the same pattern. Keep adding to this nucleus and the first thing .you know your odd purchases comprise a hand some set. tfNow. if vou had bought different decoVations that struck vour fancy, everv time you needed special items your aggregate 1 riiink it over or better (, come In and talk "Stock-patterns" to choose from. W. W. DIMOND & CO., LTD. Sy$7 King ran 1908. A largo variety to select from. THE Popular Man LUXURIES at prices, within the ' Street. P. O. Box aia, The Expenditure , purchases would look like a job-lot. jt over and look the patterns over. We haves St., Honolulu.