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of Madeira Embroideries
DARING CUT in prices on the beautiful Embroideries made by the women of Madeira. Ladies who
can appreciate the beauty of this work will recognize this unprecedented chance. Think how your
friends on the Mainland would rave at such an opportunity. Yet it is yours for a few days.
Sale begins Monday Morning, at 8 o'clock.
Come early to get a good choice, for these prices will attract crowds of buyers.
$0 00 Reduced to $3.50
0 50 Reduced to 4.00
7 00 Reduced to .4.50
8.50. 59.50 Reduced to $5.50, $0.00
Reduced to $0.50, $7.50
$0.00. $8.50 Reduced to $3.75
7.00. 7.50. $8.00
Reduced to $4.00, $4.25
Reduced to $4.50, $5.00
$10.00, $12.50 '
Reduced to $5.50, $7.50
$5.50, $0.50 Reduced to $3.50
$7.00. $7.50. $8.50
Reduced to $4.00- $4.25
$8.50, $9.00. $9.50
Reduced to $4.50, $5.00
$3.25, $3.50, $3.75
Reduced to $1.75
$4.00, $4.50. $4.75
Reduced to $2.25, $2.50
$5.25, $5.50. $5.75
Reduced to $2.75, $3.00
S6.00- $0.50, $0.75, $7.50
Reduced to $4.00, $4.50
Froin 35c up
Tablecloths and Napkins
$ 75.00 Reduced to $42.50
.1 85.00 Reduced to $45.00
$100.00 Reduced to $55.00
$125.00 . Reduced to $02.50
Rooms 9 and 10, Second Floor,
A lia-vanrlckV V Annrr R-nilrliT-i rv &
WORK AT NEW KAPAA PUBLIC SCHOOL
"L .'V .h'WnJT
Tlii repiosoiii.uiM ii ilx (iiinlcii
bland wus shell mi Inlm -luiv, In-1
sight Into tliu iiiolhods (if i-iliuutlim
which nrp employed .it llui now Ia-
Mia hoIiihiI lam week during till'
uuii-mo il I lie morning spent" tlmro
Hi. in 1 1 veil hi time lu liw II.' ,i;
(i Intl.' exercises which lnlio p!a
even iiiiirnliie In fiinil "f tin' school
llollHI . I "ll-.li ll!.;. 'll Hi" S.lltltc In the
II ik ' . ll I" i.ilseil t In- '! " Hip J
ii?i In ill.' limit mill, mill lln nlliK-
KAPAA'S SPLENDID NEW PUBLIC SC H00L.
lug "f the niorlrnn mill Hawaiian inn tliinugh the entlio course nf tlm
iiiilliniiil mmirm liy tin1 wlinlo hc liocil pioiecdlngs without iui help fiiini
nf .l.m children under llio leadcishlp tliu loHchors. Ami they show an
of mil' nf Hir touchers, anil onilltiK ji ntliusliisin anil Intoiest In their
wlJh tin' pledge In M'no faithfully
uiir (iiiiuiry mill Mug.
Tlll'll llllllOH a vorj pi ft I y Clllls-
llioiihs ilrlll In Jim til tliu olilcr
t Ii i I l roil Kxiopl for a incoliunlcnl
gong which lin.li III' tlmi' fur tin
ix'TiIkpi, til" children themselves,
mill' r llii- direction nf u Sheriff nnil
liU ilipinti's whom they luiw clcelcd.
pcrroiiiianee u llii'in which speuks
v.oll fur tlii'lr futiuo sui'toss as
Arti-r I hi' (lug In rulKi'il logular ex
orcises mo lii'hl iiij illuming In
Hie piim-lp-al's tniini, wlili'li arc par
llilpiiti'il In li tin upper 11 vi' gindon
III tin. HlllOlll Tin- ukuiiI piogiain
Inr tlii'ni cxci rises, for every duj cx-
Arc their tender feet being correctly fitted with shoes? Mrs. A. R. King has revolution
ized shoe making for little ones. Her shoes arc now being sold by nil the leading shoe
stcics all over the United States to the exclusion of nil others,
Wc are the first to have these shoes- and if you do not want to take chances on having
your children grow in with enlarged joints and othed foot deformities, come and have them
correctly fitted here.
eal Shoe Store
King and Bethel Bis
i opt Kilthij, comprises tlm singing
ul a lijmii .iii"l llic roelling In unison
or llio l.iiril'h lira) or, followed by
the singing nf one or two songs anil
tliu glWng "f " morning tH by 11110
n( tint teachers on a given subject.
On Krldii) morning Ilia usual tnlK
li) tlic faclier wim umlttcil anil tlm
nioinlng was otitlrDly Riven up to tho
chlldicii. who llllcil It In Willi ox
li.i singing Hint other exorcises.
These I'M" ill on. Including nil tbo
iiiniiiial training given every morn-
Ii k. lake aliont thirty-IIvo iiilnuicu,
nnil llio niuial wink with tbo oull-
iiiii) h.liiiol lexaoiiB iktuiiIch alioiil
U iir ami a half lioiirH o( each ilny.
Arici l!u cbllilion aio all scnteil
null il.is llic lniy, to whom In bjio
i lall ili'li'qnU'il tbo tank, talio tbo
ilully wcmlipr roconl nnil bring tbo
umiliH tliry obtain to llio clorK, who
(opIi'H tlioin In tbo IiIb wcathor book.
1''u1IovIiik arn tba reionls which
mo lororiloil oory morning:
1 Until Tall Tor tliu piovlous
j 'i I'oreentiiBe of imilbturo In tbo
I '!. HlRllCHt llllll lOWCBt iDllipOI'lf
'titu'si of llio but twonty-fiiur liourH.
1 J I'losmit li'iiipenittirc.
1 ii llnriimcter, or ulr pionsiuo
7 Grains of tutnr In em Ii oublo
fi ii' of ulr.
i I'oiiiuls or w.ili'i In tin. ulr or
I he. lomii
0 Dow point.
in 'IViiipi'i nl ure or wot bulb
11 Ui'lll a or bllllkliliio fin llio
111. Direction of the wind.
1.1. Velocity nt tbo wlnil.
A ory complete npn ratlin for ob
t .-i 1 1 1 1 1 1 k thoKo roinrds In kept in the
iiliicla'n riHim, nnil tho rciillB nro
lulckly obl.ilncil by the iuiplla.
After tho boys nnil girls had been
Fe.ttcil In their regular places and
hard at work for nn hour or bo, the
Blgnal wnn glvon for lire drill for tho
I'l'iiolll of vIsltorB. It wan, nf con rue,
i'iitlii'1) unexpected by tbo chlldien,
but 11 wiih Biirprlulng to tee how
rjulch'y llio ti'vcn looniK of llio
building wcio emptied. Tbo time,
taken by n stopwatch, was only
Hill ty-i-oioii BcroudH, which eiiiuloil
tbo IicbI loiord. Tlm watch Is
stopped :ih tliu last child Icavea tho
Tho two Kinull corner rooms of llio
ImiIIiIIiir, upstaliH, nro iihoiI, the first
by tlie principal as bis ulllce, and
tliu other by the children as a leuil
lug room, whore they llud a good
Mt of' tho books which appeal to
(Million lu general and where they
get, at the sniuo time, homo good
practice lu roadlug Kugllsli. Tbo
lattor room Is now lining used by
the children during tho rcccssos fur
tbo making of paper Mullclllma lels
nnil white cloth aprons which will
bo worn by tbo boys and girls In tbo
Bpcolal cullstlicnlc exorcises to bo
bold on tho lust day (if school, Juno
Tho morning wns ended by a look
Into tho very oompleto workshop bo
lilml the school house, where, tbo
boys me given their Instruction In
wood working and the use of car
penter tools. Ileie there are two
rotiuiB, ono of which Is tho carpen
ter Bhnp, with loom for sixteen bo)s,
nnd tlm other tho knife work room,
whero twenty boys can work torn
fortably at one time.
In tho carpenter's shop was seen
tho very iiimpletp combination car
pontcr'a tool chest anil work bench,
which, when closed, keeps safe tho
heveral hundred tools of till kinds
which lire kept In It, und which,
when opened up, Is changed Into u
good sized woik bench.
Il I lie knlfu room tho boys wcro
working on n set of thirty-six wood
en guns, made from tbo wooden
disks from tho old school house
wbkh haie been discarded, which
will be used for the boys' gun drill,
to l,o begun with the next school
)iar. In September.
The Inspection showed, on the
whole, a ery unooiiruRlng strito of
a If a lib in tho running of tho school,
ami u laudable desire among the
loachoiH to gel tin' best I here Is out
of each pupil Them can be fell no
ilmibt that the teachers hero arc,
getting as good or belter results out
nf tho children than arc obtained at
any of the other scIiooIh of tho Ter-'
1 1 lory.
W'ahhiwj, Kauai, June 3. .lii't as
tbo clock was about to strike 11:3U
last night, life departed one so much
uilmlred. loved and tlkod by all wliu
know him, not only on thlj lidon of tlm
I'lioiflc. but on Maul also, licit) .1
good deal of bis young days wuvj
It was about tlility-ono o.ir ago 111
llio Island or MinWIrn wli-n Miinu tin
bclou-il will) of August Cloniu'llc glv.
bli tb to her llri-t son, who. lu-runilug
In loyalty and tradition was clulst
oneil with Urn title of Our S.ivlor Man
ucl. Mltlo tht'M' ilnvotod pirontii
ilriiauiod thai Ibrir then newly born
Infant would upon a day hccoiuu 11
man to be feuieil but loved good in
oveiy oiife or the word, and wouldn't
show It, woll-to-ciii mid yot did not reel
It. Soon after Manners visitation of
this our uuivorsii, Mr. and Mrs. Clo
liiento and fsnilly mniln for tbesu Is
binds, tho promised flcM.
At Hprcckelsillle. MhiiI. tho fnnilly
flrbt rosliled, but ouorgy and Hinbltlon
soon saw tho fnmlly on Kauai, where
they certainly have made good.
Manuel Ulenienle was chief loconio
tlvo driver nt tho Mcllrydii pliintiilliiii
for over soon )oats, and Is onu of 11
family of si)on. lo brolliers. 0-is,ir
who was bis assthtiinl and l.auicnc"
eloik at J. I. RlUn's Uleelo inurrantlle
boiiso; live sisters, of whom Mrs. A
M. Hguorldo and Mis. Frank Ventura
mm oil to and are residents of Spicck
ids, California, mid Mrs. Manuel I'cric
Ira or Wnlilanw ami two )ouug hlslors
who 1110 jet nt boinii.
Soon after the death inclined llio
sad news was hcrihli'd all over. Tho
deceased being a member of tlm l.usl
tuna Society, Mr. Hllvn, local agent of
(but organization, soon hud arrange
ments fr llio funeral perfected Man
ngor Stodiirt, in appreciation of Man
uel's good, long and faithful herxlces
volunteered tlm uso of a Mcllryde Irsln
to Wnlnicn for lb funeral, whl'-h was
iitti'iided by about dfty members or the
Kiclely and a multitude or friends.
He loaves behind him a much ilewil
eil wife nnd four chlldien. tliu eldest
eight jours and Ihn joiingost six
uiontlis old, to mourn him. Manuel
enjoytd the rupulntlou of being a good
ull-ioiind joung man und I1I11 death
will bo roll by all who know him.
Agiln After Grafter. IMIUIitng
Juno 7. The Juno term of tbo grand
Jni j- enlivened today and It Is exacted
that further developments In llic muni
cipal graft seandul will result. A great
xolunio or evidence gathered by the
Ma Ki.iml Jiirv. when inori. 1I1.111 11111
oiiuuellinon won. oxaiiiluod, will be
used, It Is said.
NEW HEAD OF CENSUS
BUREAU AT WASHINGTON
I JOk-. . 1
IKdwln Dana Durand, tbo now ill
lector of Die census, was born lu
Michigan in 1871. Ho was legis
lative librarian of tbo New York
Slate llbiary flom 1805 to 181)7.
hater bo was Instiuclor of cetjno,
mlis at Harvard and Htanfiird mil
voisltlcs. His expoilence ufler
wmd In the (cnsus oiDce was as
1111 expcil 011 slioet railways mid
iJecti.: lighting, and fur three
J ears he has been lu tlm bill call
or curpoiatlous. Following olPt
tlm Instructions of Secretary Nn
gel, he will make radical changes
lu Hie peisouuol of the census lni
Well Knewn Bhowm.in Dead. -flu-clnnall.
()., June 7. I'M Cullcii. wlpi
for 3. joiiih was netlvelj ooiiiioolud
wllh the Itoblusou shons, mid Is
known from coast to iii.it. died today
at bis home beio.
j for Rent
1 $15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
1 Puunui, close Liliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
I Fine view. Large yard.
:P. E. R. Strauch
Real Estate Agent.
Waity BUlg. . 7-1 S. King St.
I IW-Fer jie" cardj it Oulleun.