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evening m'M etim Honolulu ii. t.. rnmAV. Aran. 2:.
I A Faultless Light
for the Home
FUNNY INCIDENT OF
NEW YORK DINNER
iP.lariral flenlloman Offers S5 MUl (Vm
A PERFECT BLENDING OF ELEGANCE AND ECONOMY
Wo tako considerable pleasuro and a pardonablo araoi nt nf prlito
In calling attention to our present stock of theso goods. As wo have
given particular attention to tho selection and tho buying. It Is cer
tainly speaking well for tho stork when wo say that It Is superior to
any wo have over shown.
EXCEPTIONABLE VALUES THIS WEEK
Fancy Lace Stripes
I'ln patterns; 7 yards for
Plaids and Checks
Fancy effects, varied assortment
of patterns; C yards for
-Fancy White Ducks
Vertical stripes; exceptional
quality; 0 yards for
75c per piece
Assorted patterns; per yard...
Satin Stripe Lawns
Assorted stripes; 9 yards for...
Plaids and Checks
Good assortment; 8 yards for..
Bayndero stripes, fine quality..
20c per yard
Full line of Dolled Swisses, India Linens, Organdies, Etc.
We arc still adding new got ilb to our stock and tho prices are
much lower than you would expect for such meritorious wares.
Among tho new arrivals ore Swiss Tucking, In single tucks, cluster
tucks and cluster tucfts with lace-work.
ALL OVER LACES and EMBROIDERIES. New nssoitment of
BELTS and BUCKLES.
WAIST PATTERNS, In alll-.r and wash materials.
FRENCH CHAILLES, In K-. plro Patterns, dress lengliis only
no two alike.
New Laco Curtains and Panels, Arabian Escurlal and Renaissance
I.aco Curtains, I.nco Door Panels In whlto and Arabian.
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Some exquisitely beautiful waists of sheer linen batiste, narrow
hemstitch tucks and trimmed with lace. Kvcry woman who If In
touch with tho decrees of Damn FashtonJtnows that laces are the
popular and accepted trimmings lor spring and summer costumes of
all descriptions and you will find these waists right up to date.
Objects to the Titte
New York. April ".Andrew Car
negie was given a rousing reception at
the HI l)nls Hotel this olenitis In
fm t It ni n double reception, two ban-qili-ts
ut both of which he was gliii
dr I arneglc Icacs these shores
Wedncmkiy for his nlinual summer
I ou n. ii Scotland and In anticipation
of li rit,irturc the Society of Aineii-
mn i born leiulcied htm n dinner at
wr li nboiu Sou persons. Including
mi nj Indl-s, were present. The ban-
quit was served In the Colonial room.
' whli'h was tastefully decorated. Tlw
nirnit iin a wan emewd with plenties
I of -.ion ti thistles.
Mmiinoncdiisly there was a dinner
Iglv'ti In the same hotel by tho alum
I nl aluilcuts and friends of Cornell
I College of Mt. Vcinou, Iowa, In honor
I'holo by courtesy lluuijlitpn, Mllllln X. C a.
MISS MARY JOHNSTON.
Heie Is the most recent poitnilt of MIm Mnry .ItihiiHlou, the popular
ni.vellMt. "Audrey." Mtxs Johnston's new now I. Is breaking nil rccnriW
In the way of s.ile-s. The book started with advance oulers for IIKMmhi.
ail unpreecdenlcd number. ConM-,iiinlly the llrat edition of fJ.".(HKl lasted
but a day or so. During the lira weel. 1 lu.tiim volumes of "Audrey" wcie
Mild, nod the book Ik still booming.
J1ISS STONE TELLS OF HER CAPTURE
New York. April 10. Worn out with
the strain of nn ocean voyage and not
yet fully recoveied from tlite nervous
strain ensuing from six months' cap-
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
of I'nslt'.eiit Win. F. Kins. LI.. I),
of the colics,', and I.esllo JI, Shaw,
tie. i.iaiy of the Treasury, an iiltimuuf
of Hie InMltutlou.
While Mi. C.iinesle was the guest of
the Society ,if Atuerlian Authors, nnil
the two banqucti had been in ranged
Independent of each other, the Cor
nellltcs could not forego the oppor
tunity of having Mr. Carnegie with
tliera If only for a few minutes, so as to
publicly thank him for the J 10.000 li
brary he gave to Mt. Vernon and the
college last hummer.
Among the ladles present at tho au
thurs- banquet were .Mrs. Carnegie
Mrs. Fannie St. .lohn (iaffney, chair
man of the Ladles' Hccept'on Commit
tee; Mrs. A. Cameron, Mis. Esther
Hermann. Mrs. 11. 11. Savag Mrs
Edwin Miukham, Mrs. Knthrrlne S
Haxtcr Mis. J. Lenox Curtis and Mrs
Telegrams and letters of regret wcm
read from several piomincnt gentle
men. Among the latter was this from
Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sierras,
dated "The Helghl3. Oakland, Cal."
"Hull, fat King Ned!
Hall lighting Ted!
-Uie.it William! Orlm Oom Paul!
Hut I'd rather twist
That open hand In this hard list
Thau shake bands with je all.
With regrets that New Yoik Is so far
D0NT GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly oxpcnslve Illumination In jour home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands liavo removed this annoying problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho Ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble. Is lighted and extinguished as cosily
as gas, and burns but little kcroseno oil. Our catalog Bh"ws all
styles from $1.50 up, and Is sent lor tho asking.
Theo. fl. Bavies & Co., Ltd.
their business to keep us In good
health, as nil they wanted was money.
When 1 caught cold the seemed great
ly worried and once, when I sprained
uiv knee by falllns Into u hole, they
tluty, Mlis Ellen Stone, the American, Wl.ri, thoroughly ,lgiisted with me. I
mlss'onnry, who was held tor ransom guess we traveled at night because wi
by Ilulgailan brigands, arrived today wtie being pursued, but 1 never siw
on the neutschland. Slio will Inline- any one after its. There was no actual
dlaUly nioceol to her homo In Ch,-I cruelly shown us, but thej Heated in
ica, Maw. . to pee hoi aged moth, r. most contemptuously When ncgotla I
Mujor Pond, who will manage her tloiu for our release failed their ac j
lm tiirlnf innt- nnnnntwril tint, Him tlnna toward UH wrie vcrv M'Vcro.
money she mu'de In that way would The birth of Mine. Tsllka'e baby v.ai fr"" California and with line to you
be applied Immediately to r paying tho our siihatluu. The brigands nie very un" Joins.
amount of her lansoni, J7J.0'JU. supeistltlim ulul bellewd that n curtu A deilcal crank, or at least a ciy
When teen cu the steamer MIfs would be on tbrni If tbry harmed the 1'tculiar minded man In rlerlcul gaib.
Stone showed plainly tiaiei of her young mother or her child. Sii when ' called Mr. Carneglo a.ptillantliroplst
uwfiil stialn. In talking of hor captiuc tho baby came wo were treated better. I l" llls tac'- "t'11 tlt,re was a merry llt
bhc said: I One night when the baby, a dear lit- ,lc t0-'10 "l 0,1:e.
The day we were taken was market lie bbick-iye,l thing, was only thiee Any one remembering .Mr. Carnegie's
day, the safest of all days to travel. ' days old. I had to carry htr strapped dellnltlon of a philanthropist "a man
There were ten In our paity mid tluco to my back through an eight hours' w" niore money than brains" might
ilrhers. It was late In the afternoon inarrh over wild mounlalu roads. 'i'lnu' liavo expected something to happen,
nnd .-e v.cie going along a lonely road and again they threatened us with ""d " '"ll- Mr- CariK-gle irpclled tne
when suddenlj tho brigands Jumped bodily harm. When negotiations fall ! attiui; upon his Intelligence as swiftly
out of tho btiihcs at the roadside and c-,1 they would cono to us nnd say: "III'""! as aKKiissUely as though It had
surrounded us. crjlng "Dour, dour." that moncj don't come soon here la a l""'n '"' ,astatilt and batteij upon hla
which means stop.' bullet lor jou." and they would point I Person.
They were folly armed, while Tsllk.1 slgnlllcantlj to their guns. 1 can't even ! ilr' Carnegie had Just tuken his seat
was the only one In our parly whu had say how many weie In the band. Thrj , Kf"'r n Bllort nfter-dlnner spce. li, when
a rcvolcr. He prepaied to ui!o It. but '' In Turkish dress. Some spiikr I lll ""'' '" ""-' clerical clothes arose.,
the rest of us. seeing that resistance "reek mid some Albanian. 1 don't nml addressing Chairman Hansom,
was useless, begged him not to. The ow fhelr names. They were "Tom, ' Mltt1 permission to uiako a ttipiest ot
bilgunds all had lilies. Then tho brig. Dlik mid Harry" to me. When I wn I -Ml- Caincgle.
and3 left a Kiiaul around the list of th.i released 1 hardly knew It. I had not I ' Itantom jskrd If tho leuucst
party and bin rhd .Mmc. Tslllia and my had a single word from the outside ""Kht nut bo made alter the ceiemonlcs
self off It was all done so oulckli woild throughout sl inonths. 'Ihej'of the ovenlci; wero ocr, but tho
that I hardly knew what happi ned. toIiI soinclblng about our pictures 'r
Mine. Tsllka was taken because they the papers, but that Is all I eer know.
had to haea married lady toihapcion One night wc stalled off as usual, but
me. Theie wn another woman with foon cnnio to a uesomie place, wlifie
stningcr blushed the clnlruian'K ro
iiiuik ajldo and went on talking.
I ".My name Is Craw ford-Fi out of Hal
jtlmoie." ho laid; "I want to olfer Mr,
us. n Ilulgarian lllble worker, Mrs. we stoppid for about an hour. It was Cuiiieglc, tho gnat philanthropist, un
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
vci-y liitcst In tlie market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, dirsctfram the Orient.
BIO LINE OF KIMONAS. -
Rolilnson IHock, Hotel Ktrcet.
General McrclumdlHe, Diy Gnod, Groceries
Jauancse Proviolona, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT TREET.
j?a . O, Bosc 8S6 aCalaa. U
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIO SALE
At tho storo of fioo K,m, 1110 Nuuanu street. The llno3t of Orient
al silks and llr. na. cotulstlng of dross goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tnblo cov, rs 30 and 11 Inches square. 1-ndles
nod gentlemen's furnishing goods nnd underwear: iduiic suits, bBth robos;
remnants of gros limn, llgured sllkj and other goods.
GOO KIA1, IH6 Nuuanu Street
Ur. Hansom Won't you wait ?
CiuwfoiiM'iutt (ircsuuduj I want
Woosheva. but hho was ski: and they nothing unusual and I did not know
could not tal-o her. anything Impoitant was to happen
The brigands still lme soine of that Suddenly, however, two of them camj
Old World chivalry, and no In horn,' to us and oidered us lo ionic with 1 1" oiler him J.'i.OOU.UOU
ways they treated us kindly. After w tlicm. When they led us to n lllll ' Mi. Humom After dinner Is over!
we're In tho wild districts wo marched town and left us I hurdly realized t lint j Ciaivfoiil-Fios.1 Will he take It? 1
only at nlfcht. Not onto did I know I whs free. ask him If he will laku It?
where we weic. When I wrote what l Our motto was to lift up the national Voices - l'ut Imu out! Sit down!
did, seeking rensom. It was lie'Lausc life, thcieby elevating tut, domestic ,Slop!
ihey forced me at the point of a rllle. 1 was ery familiar with the life theiel Ciawfonl-FroM 1 want to ask this
Tl.ey fed us well, however, and often and knew the language so well that I plUhinthroplst
ale before tbej did. When I oxpreescd wan doing good work
".iy hurpil?e at this they 3,i!d It wai when I was seized.
-tttf ff-rtt-H-ffttt'f-M-rf't-tt-ft t-t-tttt-ft-
- v HOX w 1IL. it,
THE OLBUST CHi. SE FIRM IN IIONO(.ULU,
'J-fr, ir ria Sl'.ka tod Gnti Llmoi, Cfilnesr inl Japioiu Good! of All KIqIi
GEO, A, MARTIN, W Boston Building.
l f . tn
Tonight at tho Orpheum tho Elleford matlneo will ho given Saturday when
"ompmiy will produce for tho flrtt tlmo "Kami" will bo icpeated .Monday
In Honolulu tho bcnsatloual corned evening next Jos. Haworth's comedy
diama "Thu Flro Patrol.'" A family drama "A Flag of Truco" w III bo given.
.Ml. Cuiiiegie. iliiing In his place at
thu table and speaking with the til cat
Cit n.ipliaala: "1 will answer the
gentleman by telling him that ho Is
making a mistake in lulling rue 4
philautliiupibt. 1 icjct the name. I
urn 110 tm.il foolish fellow,"
Wliut mole Mr. Carnegie might liav.
t.ald was lost In tin; next assault of
Ciuwford-Fioit, who having got, as hi'
aii'caied to think, a "ilie" out of the
"phllanthioplst, ' did not piopobe to
lose Ills chanie to' follow it up, iind,
uddiistilug Mr. Cuinegle dlicctly fiuni
lib plate, half wuy b.nk in tho 100111,
he said, speaking louder than uvei: "
oiler jou 5 000,000. Will you take It'
1 otter jou an Invitation"
dies: Sit down! (io out!
Cidufuni-Fiust "nu Invitation
whcieby I ean think 11 thought and
have It nutonmtliully reemded ou pa
pc.. Will jou take" nnd the rcbt
v.'i.s lost In an outburst of laughter.
Mr. Iluutuni--Will jou vj? Or wll1
jou be lemoved?
Ciaftfoul-Kiosl I'll go.
1 Why," exclaimed .Mr. Hansom, "did
you tin iiiino In?"
l'i.iw.jul-l'iosl, who had turned hit
cltil'al ivuialcoat tur.aul tho nxlt.
j v. In '! ! like a polo pony and huiloi
li:i In the dli'tlun of u inelodrnni,i
beni In older to lonWii this ubselil
lilj of biupldlty."
!'u tin outbuilt of luiigbter wtikb
,1 ''d ibis ihrusl liu rcturted, para
libniiung U-c jonng Ulsiaell lo tin,
!'.,iiiniiin: "Hut jouil Invite mo back
Tlie po.'iilliir ilerb' suld In tho poni
doi ll it he was the, Hov. Wlllluni Al
b''it Ciuwfoid-Fiubt. rector uf ths
I'niitbtant llplsi up.il Cbureli of thtf
Holy Comforter of llaltlmoiv, and thai
he was staving at the Wnlilurf-AH-loiln.
- New York Co'.nniercl.il.
There is only erne and that is the incandescent.
AUvaxs rcnily for ue with a soft, brilliant antl
steady HrIh. Does not smoke or smell. Adds tho fin
Hhini touch to the well-furnished home and fjives
coinftirt wherever ued.
RiiijT us up or call for estimates on wiring ;ottr
ELECTRIC GO,, Ltd,
Ktn Street. Telephone tJOO
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
500 C. I
Consumes nothing but ordinary Ksrosene
Oil. The best light known to science and
(ho cheapest. Hato recehed tho Highest
Awards at tho I'an-Amerlcnn Imposition.
Sultalilo for store and halls, nnd nro In usi
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Well, Nichols
Co.. Honolulu Ilrug Co., Holllster Drug Co,
Mclnorny Shoo Store. i:ilto Ice Cream Par
lors Hawaiian Hotel and outers too numer
ous to mention. We also haw tho enmo
Arc Lamp to hum 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo plated In j-nrds as n
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps arc In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. For' further particulars Inqulro erf
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. C,W, Macfarlana, M'gr
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak nnd beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres,
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho vdry best uphols
tering done. Elegant lino of furniture In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
FWIicr Block, opp. Love Itlil., Fort Ktrcet.
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508. 509, 510 STANGENWALD Bi ILDING.
P. O. BOX 8J4. TEL. MAIN -jt
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys nnd JU
pirt made for any class of Waterworks Steam and Klectrla Construction;
PUn and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Suprtin
'rtidcd. In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for IUU--cmti.
Electric and Steam; Tunnels. Bridges, nulldlugs. Highways, FoujoA.
loos, PIrs, WhHrves, etc. ,
Special attention given to Examinations. Valuations, ud Ileports fi
Properties for Investment purpcaes.
FHEDEIHCK J. AMWEQ, M. AM, floe, O. ..
Engineer and Manager.
W H CARTLE JH.. Secretary nnd Treasurer
S C. J. DAY & CO.GROCERIESi
NcciIk No Crcimi
NcciIh No Buejiip
I 122 KING STREET
o not to Itullctlu Office
PHONE MAIN 119
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facilitate trade with tho Hawaiian Islands, will Lollvor
nil goods purchased or ordered of tnnni, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to Ban
Francisco, floods will bo soul on selection to those know
ing thu firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Mni-kct O Pont HtH., S. p.
Illustrated CATALOQUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and aro proparcd to
furnl3h special designs.
. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to ho tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFEU) & CO., LTD.
80LC AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS FOR
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin l J
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The Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd.
Insure your Life, Property, Household GooiIh or Merchandise
In tho hertt nnd tttrongetit compnnlcH, as reprencnteil by
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