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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 31, 1901.
Laces CRUSADE OF THE SALVATIONISTS The Serious Business of Congress Will Begin Today. the Laces Laces 5000 Pieces of Lace Edgings and Insertion On Special Sale :o: VALENCIENNES, EDGING AND INSERTION 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 65c, $1.00, $1.25 per dozen yds. These goods are the best value we ever handled. -:o:- Enough said Ladies! Millinery Department ON SHOW THIS WEEK Choice Importations of NOVELTIES IN MILLINERY TRIMMINGS, comprising French Flowers, Wreaths and Sprays lovely goods specially imported for prevailing Frame Hats. Hosiery and Underclothing Our Stock in this Department is now very complete. Prices Lowest in the City. For A 1 Value Come to our Store Yesterday was an off day with the Salvationists and most of them spent the time looking around the city; some went out to Ewa, while Colonel French and Majors Harris and Wood took a trip to Haleiwa as the guests of the Oahu Railway and P. C. Jones. They enjoyed the run around the Island very much. Major Wood conducted the vis itors over the Waialua sugar mill, and as it was the first they had seen in operation they were much interested in the various processes.' In the evening the children had the front seats, for it was their night; they swarmed in the parade and pretty well filled the platform. Dressed m white garb and crossed with sashes in the Army colors, red, yellow and blue, they were a very pretty picture. Here oo-iiin the cosmonolitan character 01 the Army was seen. Various nationali ties were represented, Chinese, natives, CD hites and others. The interesting program commenced with a series of flag drills and action songs, the children being led by Cap tain Sullivan. Major Harris in giving an address on the Army's work amongst the chil dren said he was afraid that at the commencement the Army had made a mistake in not tackling tne children work but devoting: their entire time to the drunkard: between the conversion of a boy of six and a man of sixty he preferred the former because it meant salvation for both worlds. This over sight was being remedied and more ma anrl attention is beiner given to the Sunday school work. He told of the fable about the fishes who started a Simii'iv school to teach the crabs to walk straight but had to give it up in distrust because every Sunday tney came back sideways because, associat ing with the other older crabs all dur ing the week, they forgot their lessons He pleaded with the parents present to Hm strnitrht before their little ones during the week so that the efforts of tVio Snniiav school should not be in vain. Proceeding with the program the fqinr rlprHr-fitpri a little bov to the Lord. This is a ceremony which In the Army ritual answers to the baptism or christening of the churches. Then Sis ters Mrs. Brown .and Flora Cannon were commissioned respectively as rii-pnnt TVTalor and Sergeant of the Junior work. Following this five boys and girls were enrolled as "Junior Sol diers. The last number was the organi zation of' a Corps Cadet Brigade con sisting of the following members: Fred. Jacobsen, Carl Waldron, Winne Sharp, Samoi Akau, Walter Cannon, oble Brown. William Horstme'er, Flora Cannon. The object of the brigade is to band these young people together for study with a view to eventually becom ing officers in the Army. Today the serious business of the. Congress commences. The officers will meet at the Women's Home in council at 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. In the evening the Colonel will speak on the Army's social work. L. B. KERB CO, LIMITED. Queen St., Honolulu. J AS. F. MORGAN, M-N Aiciieer ana Broter 65 QUEEN STREET, P. 0. Box 594. Telephone 72. Biscuit or Jmga Wajfe Or some other kind of Biscuit or Water SUCH AS THIS DAY. Auction Sale OF . FERNS AND PLANTS! ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at public auction a large and select assortment of ferns, palms and plants of many varieties. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. CHAMPAGNE ORANGE LEMON . STRAWBERRY 1 VANILLA CHOCOLATE ) Mm WATER BENISH.M. HItf H TEA SNOW FLAKE OYSTER GINGER PRETZELS GRAHAM EDUCATOR hi Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Just received a fresh shipment of the above at HENRY MAY & Cfl LI M ITEC TELEPHONES 22, 24 and 92. P. O. BOX 386. V A 11 UBBER TIRE ALL SIZES. r iLon a on THIS DAY. WILL DECIDE TAX APPEALS Acting Governor Cooper Names Members of the Various Courts. Acting Governor Cooper has made the appointments for the tax appeal courts, which are to be In session from August 1st to 20th, to hear appeals from assessments. The compensation of each member is fixed at $5 per day. The courts will be made up as fol lows: First Judicial Circuit! Island of Oahu W. L. Wilcox, president; E. C. Win ston, C. Bolte. Second Judicial Circuit, Islands of Maui, Molokai and .Lanai W. A. Mc Kay, president; W. L. Decoto, Charles Copp. Third Judicial Circuit, Island of Ha waiii G. P. Tulloch, president; L. S. Aungst, J. A. Maguire. Fourth Judicial Circuit, Island of Hawaii F. S. Lyman, president; E. W. Barnard, C. R. Blacow. Fifth Judicial Circuit, Islands of Kauai and Niinau W. I. Wells, presi dent; E. E. Conant, H. K. Kahele. Auction Sale OF Hawaiian Mats ! AT. 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction a number of HAWAIIAN MATS In good ordei. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER THIS DAY. Auction Sale OF SALT SALMON! AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell at Public Auction a quantity of SALT SALMON in barrels and half barrels. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER UNITED STATES' TRADE AMERICA. IN LATIN The tTniti-d States does not have, in any part of Latin America, the share of trade which its productivity and prox imity entitle it to. The Germans, the English, the French, and even the Span iards, exhibit a higher degree of com mercial intelligence than we do in dealing with the Latin Americans. Our mer chants and manufacturers are loth to un derstand that, In order to succeed in Central or South America, they must conform to business methods to which centuries of usage have given the force and prestige of national customs. If we want to do business with the South Am ericans, we must, in a large measure, do business in their way, and not try to force our methods upon them, though we may be convinced that our manner cf conducting commercial affairs is superior to theirs. The Latin-American merchant is accus tomed to long credit Six months is the usual period, but sometimes it is a year. He will pay, but he must have time In which to pay, for it is the custom of the South American trader to be a bank er, as well as a merchant, and he has to make large advances in money and sup plies to the owners of coffee and other plantations, to enable them to pay their laborers, and the merchant does not ex pect repayment until the coffee crop is harvested and sold, once a year. So it will be seen that long time in rrfnkirg his own payments is essential to him. The European merchants and manufac turers understand this, and arrange to give the South American merchant am ple time in which to meet his obligations. The Europeans make a careful, compre hensive, systematic study of the condi tions and necessities of the Latin-American market, and then set to work ;n an Intelligent way to meet and satisfy these conditions and needs. Auction Sale OF Treasury Stock in the City Mill Co,, Ltd. ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 6r AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,. At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, Ho nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction, by order of the treasurer, Mr. C. K. AI 60 Shares of the Treasury Steck f the CITY MILL CO., LTD. JAMES F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER THE LATEST AND BEST. Note Compound Springs: add life and wearing qua!! t, LALL AINU SINh-tUI. r'nlv.fcfc nlvjrl 1065 FORT STREET. We have just received a fine line of Silk Goods, Jewelry WATCHES, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SILK AND CREPE KIMONOS. ThM goods arc all new, and of the latMt pattern ASADA & CO 141 Hotel Street. It Will Pay You to Trade With Us. i mam There is Strength and Vigor IN EVERY DROP. Drink the Famous Sold by All Dealers. JAS. F. MORGAN Tonic for impaired health. Spruanee, Stanley & Co's (San Francisco) "Ken tucky Favorite" whisky, unsurpassed for medical purposes. IPH 65 Queen Street. K 0. Box 694. TttyhMt 72. SECTIONAL BOOKCASES, OFFICE DESKS, LETTER FILES, CARD INDEXES AND SAFES shipments recently arrived and just unpacked. FOR SALE BY H. Hackfeld & &