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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, MAY 11, 1901.
11 OPERA HOUS E hirdWeek tanton Opera paiy. la DwfnNna nr.fi ill I III iuiiu"-- - ill 1 - 0-DAY, MA if 16, FENCING MASTER I jor the first time l a t 'the Islands. iifday1 Lit popular price Matinee 25c, 50c, 0 HIGHER in pj run v if mill luwT ' rj WANG Wm Jl.OO. 1150. Matinee, 25c Si ire in ment of oks and fl Mill L. I V am f xneetini?" snortlv isplenishment in many lines of toskrd, Series, Tablets, Wand Tally Cards, and Crepe Tissues, fwrrrter Supplies, other things useful and cnnmentaL naiian Annual pn books pertaining to nets islands. mil V It 1 III II IT1 fc&aer and Bookseller. iwo r ori 3L 't,eseeaea 1 M i w r vj. IP iun Houses For Rent TO LOAN. TA P fctTrirvT fBfcbkBSB n Ct tt . . NTAI rn.. 2" nuii 5IUKE &U and InUnJ r...;i. every w mm mr nan i - u rruKisions "D AT it, rtii. - .TUltS Al " 'Popular - r Nerve Tonic Biilds up the System. Strengthens. This -warm climate is very trying to all. The blood easily becomes impure and the nervous system greatly debili tated. But you can retain your health and keep your nervous system strong. This is the portrait of Mr. William Fanning, of Beaconsfield, Fremantle, Western Australia. In his letter he says: 44 Upon arriving m Western Australia three years ago, I found that my blood was in bad condition and my general system all run down I suffered greatly, especially from indigestion. I had heard so much about AVER'S Sarsaparilla I thought I would try it. I did so, and only three bottles restored my strength, built np my system, and cured my dyspepsia. And 1 have also found it a great nerve tonic." If you are bilious, constipated, or are troubled with headache, take Ayer's Pills. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mast., V. S. A EOLLISTER DRUG CO., Agents. Let Us Electro Plate Your Cutlery Your Family Plate Your Spoons and Forks Your Chandeliers Or, in fact, any kind of metal goods which have become tarnished by age or wear, or the disastrous effect of this climate upon the metal. Gold or Silver Nickel or Copper Brass or Zinc Plain finish, any style of an oxide finish, or a spe cial finish of Old Bronse, Venetian Bronze, Old Brass, etc. All scratches and tarnishes tire remov ed, and the articles made bright and new. Work Called For and Delivered. Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., Limited. MAGOON BLOCK, Merchant and Alakea Streets. Tel. Main 350. THE HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY. beg to advise their patrons that up to date their loss through the fumigation of mall has been con fined to one shipment of Arlsto Platlno paper. Their Kodak films, velox paper, etc., came by freight, and are In perfectly good condition. As this enter prising firm guarantees each and every article that it sells, no customer can suffer any pos sible loss. "Eastern Star" Pins, Society Emblems, Lapel Buttons, FOB ANY SOCIETY OB U)DGK. H. R. COUNTER, Mil i if si LADY HOPE AND HER JUSTLY COVETED BIG DIAMONDS THE DEMAND FOR- BS$SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSfSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS$SSS2 SS&$S2SS&SSS3 3&8S888S88S888S8S8 There was added another chapter to man's theater in Brooklyn, where the interesting history of the famous she waf Paying, and he lay in wait. ,. , . ' - I As she alighted from her carriage Hope diamond when a deputy sheriff j and was about to enter tne theater he with an attachment for $1,500 against i served the paper on her and demand Lady Francis Hope, gently tapped her ; ed the hox of diamonds. Lady Hope on the shoulder as she allehted from ' refused to &ive them UP' but tne dePu" on tne snoumer as sne angntea rrom ty insisted and said ne WOuld call a the carriage in front of the theater at policeman to help him get them if she which she is playing and informed her ! refused. It was finally agreed that the ehuri tt ahAlllH ta h thom nrhila aha ii' I IU ..;.; i tltlitj l .1- ill, ll llliv Bil that he was authorized to take legal charge of the box of gems she was summoned Emanuel Friend, her law yer. carrying. Mr. Friend was at home taking a The attachment which the sheriff bath when the telephone message that had was obtained against Lady Hope ady Hope's diamonds were in the , ' grasp of the law was brought to him. by Junius Brutus Booth, an actor and He hurried over to Brooklyn and in a grandson of Edwin Booth. He al- formed the sheriff that he represented leges that on March 4th Lady Hope, through her . attorney, Manuel Friend, made a contract with him whereby he was to take part in a sketch which she was to produce entitled "The Lady and the Lover," written for her by George V. Hobart He also asserted that as an evidence of good faith on the part of Lady Hope, she introduced him to her hus band, as well as Major Putnam Brad lec Strong, who is said to be back of her in the sketch. Later on, however, Booth alleges she changed her mind and produced the sketch without him. His contract, he declares, was to have been for ten weeks, and he has begun an action against her for $1,500 damages. His lawyer got out the attachment and placed it in the hands of Sheriff Cunningham to serve. The sheriff was the Hope estate, and that the diamonds belonged to the estate, and not to Lady Hope. He declared that she was mere ly custodian of the gems. The sheriff was finally convinced by Mr. Friend's arguments, and he gave up the diamonds. Later in the even ing when Lady Hope called at the box office of the theater to get her salary, she was informed that the sheriff, un able to get the diamonds, had attach ed the money. Lawyer Friend, who was still In the theater, was called again, and he prov ed to the deputy that her salary had been assigned to others and did not belong to her, and he was forced again to relinquish his claim. Lady Hope stepped triumphantly in to her automobile, which called for her at the theater. When the sheriff was informed that it was her own property, being a present from her husband, he informed that Lady Hope carried her made a dash for the vehicle to attach diamonds to and from Hyde & Beh- ' it, but the auto left him behind. A BUTT THAT SAVSW YOU MONEY, FITS RIGFHT AJJD M RIGHT. CAN BHJ MADS TO ORDER FY Herchant Tailor Now UBS Tort BU Corner KukuL Clothes Cleaned and Repaired. WHERE VICTORIA LIES AT REST. All that was mortal of the late Queen Victoria now rests ia Frogmore mansoleam, ner Windsor castle. The mausoleum is a beantiful slrncture, located on n pieturesqn-? spot. It ia aaid to h.ive cost ?1 .f"0,0(0. The plan of the building was drawn in accordance with the queeu's ideas, and within its marble walls she now lies beside her boloved prince consort. Africa No Place for Barbers. Two discouraged New Orleans ne groes who went to South Africa with a shipload of mules reached New York recently after a futile attempt to show the colonials north of Cape Town how a first-class barber shop could aid the scheme of reorganization. The voy age from New Orleans to Cape Town was a very rough one and the mules were seasick and quarrelsome. After reaching terra firma the tonsorlal ar tists started for the front with their razors and a box of shaving soap. The red and white pole which they planted as an evidence of good faith, however, did not bring the trade. "Jus Iak sav ages," said one of the travelers, a Memphis buck and wing dancer. "Sho'ly like savages. Hair all long and whiskers oh, Lor'! Never shave at all. We all lak to starve to death." The better half: "I believe that the great body of American people are gentlemen," says President Hadley. Our experience has been that fully half of them are ladies.'-Boston Transcript. Underwood Climbed From a Clerkship Frederick D. Underwood, the new president of the Erie Railroad, was born in Wisconsin fifty-one years ago. At the age of eighteen he entered the service of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railroad Company. He start ed as a clerk, and became successive ly brakeman, baggageman, fireman, foreman of elevators, conductor, as sistant division superintendent and superintendent. In July, 1886, he was appointed general superintendent of the Minneapolis and Pacific Railway, but when that road was consolidated with the Minneapolis, Sault Ste. Marie & Atlantic he became seneral manager In January, 1889, he was made general manager of the Baltimore & Ohio Rati road, and he leaves that place now to enter the service of the Erie. Odd Dressers Has wonderfully increased during the past few years. We have quite a lot of these on hand and must have the room for other new furniture now on the way. Will Make Special Offer For a short time only. 20 PER CENT REDUCTION I Come Now Come Early Come OfteD and Be Convinced. The Coyne Furniture Company, Ltd, Progress Block. Fort Street. ODOL "Tour name," said the obscure plu tocrat, "is not near worth mine on the bottom of a check." "No," said the distinguished, yet impecunious, states man, "but it can give yours cards and spades at the bottom of a patent-med icine testimonial." Indianapolis Press. By the authorities on Modern Science it has proved The Best For Mouth and Teeth. . . a FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS. H. Hackfeld & Co., LIMITED, -TBSOL EAGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY. Have You Tried a Canadian Club Highball IF NOT. WHY NOT? All the Saloons Have it For Sale. . Take no Substitute. W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd SOLE AGENTS, HAWAII TERRITORY. Received by S. S- Zealandia: NEW GOODS! Shirts, Susuenders, Gents9 Underwear, Neckties, a fine assortment, at K. Isoshima. KING STREET. ABOVE BETHEL. Next to Castle & Cooke, Fresh Cereals COOK'S FLAKE RICE something good; needs no cookimg. MORNING MEAL, ROLLED OATS, PETTIJOHN'S BREAKFAST GEM, CRtf AM OF WHEAT, MALTED BREAKFAST FOOD, ETC., ETC. SALTER St WHITY, A . UfOCerS Fort Street. Orpheum Block