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THE PACIFIC CDMMERCIAE ADVERTISER, HONOLULU.
m mmA at th-
Avrttr mtk -
Hawaiian Ilr- busin matins ai
o'rkirk till -venlna;
ldxT boa at half price this week
at Bfcler. aW a4 v-rtlw-rrw-nt.
H jro mxl .ur wtllT Hawaii
an Trust '-"ox Ud. will look after your
(tomara Ca liquor dealer, 9. B.
-nir Qatea an-1 Alakea street. T!
A Mark feather fan was l.-t on Fort
atret rln4e will please leave same
at this o(rW
Dwn't forget the vreat sale of hosiery
sn anderwar st M. Hr. h A c.
I Mat lioaae this morning.
sleety faralshed roosws essi he
m4 at 1 17 Kmc strart. corner .f PiJ.
kat. Board aUo if dcalrrd.
Roach Ha Bit a in 4rte away roarhea.
snts. Is wit by the Honolulu Dru
' In It. Kr and Mr pa kaic -
areptioaal raises offered in ladlaa
stiwt waists at N. ft Hac-hs' this week.
I'. wilt pit j ,t a visit the sale.
sfnet attractive and unusual off r
in ldi-' muslin undi-rwear at
PaelAc Import ' ihU week. Bee ad.
aw paa S.
ate. Jt. I-acaresko has a large monkey
St Ma rill s -e in Waikikl owner
as hav same by ewftjfa; and paying
a I spnaes.
lass list of officers of the Chit
Keller Hoc let jr who were elected at a
wieetlaar of the hart-r members Is pub
Taroena has raeslvad a prize wher
ever exhibited and the 11' 'r..n Drue
'a. say it will he Hawaii's art-alcei . 1
kibit In their ad. today.
A folding bed. office safe, bedroom
seta, etc . are to b aolJ tomorrow st
rwon by Will K. Plsber. at bis ka
roo ms on Merchant street.
Mawallan Ld No. H Mill naM
their re( alar Monday meeting- today
at :M o'ctock in the afternoon,
n account of the anniversary exercis
es that are to tske place in the even
is. A. Blom. whose attractive store is in
the Proffras Mock, broujcht msny eape-
lally sood bargains from the count and
rill be clad to have th- ladles call to
Lse the foods.
There will be a si
pec la 1 meeting of the
storkholdera of the Hawaiian Savlga
tioa Co. Ltd. on Thursday. May 9th.
in the office of W. H. Castle. The
meeting la called for 3 p. m., and some
important business will be brought up.
so that all stockholders are asked to
If you wish to be reminded of the
gsod things at home call at the Fleur-S-lls
Ice Cream Parlors, on Alakea
street, between King and Hotel, and
try a plate of delicious Ice cream with
rushed fruit; or If you wish to have
Ice cream delivered at your door, ring
up Blue 1801. O. E. Morse A Co. have
gained a reputation for their Ice cream
in Honolulu that is second to noae.
Th- W A M Ltd announcement on
pas-- 2 Is of especial Interest to ladles
A special meeting of the St. Louis
Fair committee will be held at 3 o'clock
The Princess Kawananakoa will re
ceive on Tuesday between 1 and P nv
at PualHlani. Waikikl
J. L Coke of Walluku is in the Ity
on lecal business. He will return home
by tbe Kir.au tomorrow.
A monthly business meeting of the
directors of tbe Y. M. ' A. will be
held st 7 30 this evening.
Hawaiian L.dee No. 21. Masons, will
obs-rve Its fiftieth anniversary this ev- j
enlng beginning at f o'clock.
One f the longest and best pnrami
yet attempted by tbe Murphy Temper
ance flub was put on Saturday night.
Oeot . Statemeyer ame down by
the Klnau on Saturday for a vum toj
the city He . ttu '.' V ! tt lja plan
tation The day school department of the lo
tani t'idlege hereafter will occupy the
Sunday school room in the cathedra!
The Ministerial 1'nion meets today at
10 a m The isnr will be: "How
Shall a Youna Man Use HI Spare
Timer- by H. C. Brown of th-
a -i a
Jotn Wutt. manager of Honokan
lantatlon. with his family. iWft In the
Peru for a visit to his old pome in
Scotland He will be absent about five
John K. Kaunamano. once a batlve
political leader, died Saturday aft r
nuoa and was burled yesterday after
noon, the funeral taking place from the
residence In Kukul street.
H. C. Brown, secretary of the Y. M
C V. will address the Ministerial As
sociation at 10 o'clock this morn I nit on
the subject.. "What Shall a Young Man
Do With His Spare Time?'
Friends wishing to contribute flowers
to decorate the lodge rooms for tbe 60th
anniversary of the Hawaiian Lodge
No. 31 are asked to leave them at the
temple this morning as soon as possi
The Woman's Board of Missions is
to meet In the parlors of Central Union I T
churt-n Tuesday afternoon at z:w. .ui
the ladle-i r Honolulu are cordially in- '
vlted to be present. The special occa
sion is the making of a thank offer
ing. Dr. A. O. Hodglns leaves on the Ven
tura tomorrow for the coast. His wife
will accompany him as far as Denver,
while the Doctor goes on to his old
home In Toronto. Canada. Dr. Hodglns
expects to be away about six weeks,
and his w'fe will remain In Denver for
a year or more.
For the Man Who Walks
there isn't a better shoe and few so good as the
Heywood Patrol Shoe
Heavy caH, drop etitcbed, waterproof sole, rubber heels,
Bleusber stylo, lacs.
: PRICE IS $5
Wo recommend this to all walkers.
Manufacturers' Shoe Go., Limited
1057 FORT STREET.
'Kcrture. The Queen of Spades. Puppe
March. Plamre-awx Meyerbeer
-;rand Selection. I Martin . . . . Donlxettl
(a) Nuuann Wupuna b) Makani
Mlas I. Kelllaa.
(c) Wal Puna! a u (d) Kaln tua htne
Mrs. N. Alapai.
rtefectlon.-The af-wn. r BSf
M one k ton
Walls. Flambeaus, new Fahrbacb
The Laugbln Polka, new ...Pahrbach
Keleetlon. The i rackerjack ... Mackle
The Star H panic 1-1 Itanncr
Cards were sent out last week by a
. eterle of yosns; bachelors to the cel
ebration of the birthday of one of their
number on April T9. Th- cards were
unique, beinc s con ;Iome ration of
wards and pictures, the Utter, how
ever, beinaT blhly sUKirestlve of what
tb quests wt- 1 , t;- ifl MM f
the young- men bore tbe name Ruff, tbe
. srds stated explicitly that the place
far tbe celebration was to be "Ruff
llsuse." The remainder In words and
pictwrea read: 0'Nells birthday. April
29. Be ow watch for the Key;. No
anorkers knm. but the pJad rail
ts friends will be extended. Leave the
rsaora, hammers and re volverw at the
door. PVrty of this: Tbe accompany-
picture nbowid a larxe key; witn
attached and a ban. "Ho brtns:
Tbe Klllarnoy quarleet. aug-
by tbe haute luarln t. will
fairy music. Kum at earlle I
kimllr lite "
0 M. Cooke's Arm Broke.
While ret urn In from Luakaha Sat
urday aft. moon C. M. Cooke, president
of tbe Bank of Hawaii, met with an
accident as the result wt whi'h be m
s irslna a fractured arm. On the road
was a phaeton driven by Mrs. Mon
tague Turner, and this was followed
by tbe buccy of Mr. CPSte A bfwak
the harness of Mr Cooks n eaup
0 a runawsy and a eoBkwSSJ with the
phartoa :n front, resulting In the wreck
ef both vehicles, the Injury of one of
Mr Cooke's horses to the extent that
t std to be shot, the breaking of Mr
'ooke's left arm. and the breaking of a
1 m of Mrs. Turner's maul. The party
telephoned for hacks and arrived hi j
twn In th late afternoon. Mr. Cooks
fartd as well as could be expected on
tfunday. He will be about today but
will have to carry hut arm in a sling
f r ome time to come.
Tare in an Accident.
A couple of the Jack t.nrs of tke gun-
beat Wheelmg m- t with an accident (
yesterday afternoon while on pleasure
bent, and both bad to do a let of talk
to make matt- rs square w.th a
ry stable keeper to whom tbry re- ,
icd a baggy badly wracked and a
home with a bad OWJ in one t.f its legs
nnraber of tars bin d s blctes ef
aVBPMI kinds and started off for a
apad lime. When near the Orpheom
s fnt-up mcssrwd with the result that
a horse attached to a light buggy b
. nr. king and roJe thlnga lively la
th- vicinity of his heels The dash-
r.! was kWked off and tbe horse
., .a -me sailors were thrown eat
1 BM buggy and the shafts
try at a MSSpft r-
S -e Wl'b th- Shafts
-so was captured d School sti-e-
At the Orphe um.
There remains but two more weeks
of the Elleford Company's eng-ajremtnt
at the Orpheum and th.- beat plays of
their repertoire are still to come. To
nutbt Bertha, the Sewing OirL will be
repeated by special request. The play
wss quite a hit when last rendered by
this excellent company and oukM to
fill tbe theater. Tuesday and Wednes
day evenings the sensational comedy
drama. New Tork Day by Day. a play
of deep heart Interest, strong emotion
and relieving- fun. will be produced. It
Is a superbly plotted drama, dealing
with conditions and situations peculiar
to lance titles. Thursday and Friday.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a play made
famous by Mr. Richard Mansfield, will
go on. Saturday matinee and night will
be presented A Nutmeg Match, by Wm.
Mam , worth, author of the Ensign.
Died When About to Sail
Just as he was to leave for his home
In China, believing that death was
near. Tarn Chee Kan. a Chinese, died
Friday last at Moanalua. Some time
ago the Chinese, being sick, decided
that he wanted to see his native land
once more, and bis friends set about to
secure means to allow him to make the
Journey. Mrs. S. M. Damon was ap
proached and gave a donation of $100
for the benefit of the servant, and Lan
Kap and Lan Too took around a sub
scription paper and secured nearly $70.
But the money was to be put to a dif
ferent use than was expected, for death
came within th- week of the proposed
salllna of the fJMMM Nje hol looked
after the burial of his friend and. se
curing the consent of the subscribers,
will send by tbe Doric not the man
who wanted to see his relatives, but a
draft for fill to the fath-r and mother
of the dea I man.
t Ladies' .v.i Children's
t Laiiea' and Children's
We intend to close theBe line?
ont by Saturday next and
io order to do this we have
put the PRICES LOWER
than ever as we MUST CL0.SE
Thr iurIi the efforts of Captain Iake.
of th- police department, llllo back
drivers will probably appear in uni
form at an early date.
The most attractive hlrt
waists we have ever dlspl ved
have Just bc.-n ..p-n-d and 1 a -ed
on sale f.-r this w.-.-k . n y
represent sll the newest ttlea
In shfrt waist m ikimr. sf mate
rials and styles, and a full line
of sixes from 3- to 42.
We promise that you will And
these waists very elecant and
the prices most alluring Many
styl--s displayed In our windows
-in 1 a eompl--t" assortment
Karly comers have first selec
tions. Moral: Come early.
At every World's Fair manufactur
ers of prepared :'oods swarm with th-'ir
chemically and i.r!.rtly eoaapouaded
foods, clalmin,; for inotr prodttrl every
;hlng In siehi. It is next to impossible
o combine . let z,t Ingredients and ex
pect to produce a food that will nour
ish every part of the human system,
for both old and Infants. We have
right In our store every ingredient that
analysis has found in beef, but could
you purchase these chemicals and pro
duce a beef steak?
But Hawaii produces a food in the
taro that is a marvel to physicians.
From this we prepare our
a food wholly cooked ready
for immediate use. keeps In any cli
mate, and always does what is claimed
for it. This cannot be said of other
prepared foods. You would be aston
ished, perhaps, to know how many ba
bies in this city had been raised on
It has been
frequently the last resort for a dylnc
child. Many have told us that after
trying all other foods
was the only one that agreed
with their child. You may think we
are putting It pretty strong, but we are
telling you facts. We have letters
from nearly every section of the main
land testifying to its value as a food
for Infants, or dyspeptics.
possesses real merit and if
you are seeking a prepared food try it.
It does all that we claim for it an 1 a
good deal more.
PRICE SO CENTS.
H obron Drug
r'ort and. TTIng.
New TENNIS Goods
it K V KAJLKEB8.
Pearson & Potter Co.,
Phone Mai a 31"
Cor. Union and Hotsl.
Golf Shirts for Summer Wear
"'S N. S. Sachs DoRo
'Fa sleth used.
AS sur custom
la sur shirts oeiv.e
frem arasland ana was aiaSe IMSC
atches. Chains. StarSr.j aUvr Knives, Mail FUs. SThar
t ume ei Jr. 9 ser sen: sC raular arise.
et . sets far
28 HOTEL, STREET.
POLO AND AUSTRALIAN
JUST RECEIVED, A CHOICE SHIPMENT.
Polo Sticks and Balls
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY DEPT.
Ladies' Cotton Hose
Price of Ladies' Hose reduced almost beyond belief all this
week. Direct Importation from Germany of hermsdorf dye
black hose, dropstitched, and white and tan hose some open
lace work and some plnin dropstitched, regular price 50c a pair.
Special This Week 25c.
Pee Handsome Display in our Show Window.
For evening wear something
very elegant for the coming
theatrs season. Most exquis
ite material in dainty pink,
blue, lavendar, black, gold,
red and white. Latest stripe?,
and will be appreciated as
soon as you see it on display
in our windows.
SILK CUSHION CORDS.
Entire new line just received
consisting of all shades, both
plain and mixed colors entire
ly new and very pretty.
Something for baby, neatly
stitched, and corded hats in
pink, blue and white.
60c and 75c.
Wide brim, latest tbapes, just
50c to $2.00
Suitable for stand or taUe
cover, bureau scarfs, pillow
shani5, eto. Plain, hemstitch
ed or embroidered, also with
cut out designs. Sizes 20x34,
20x54, 3"2x32, prices from
40c to $2.00 each.
DOILIES and MATS.
Round or sqcare, prices from
Prettily trimmed with torchon
lace and nioly made this week
Some plain, some hemstitched
tucked and soa e trimmed
with Valenciennes lace. This
50c and 75c
Front ent rely of hemstitched
tucking and trimmed with
lace. This week
Fine Wainsook, Val. lace and
insertion trimming, very at
tractive. This week
Wainsook, trimmed with fine
Swiss embroidery. This week
Fine Wainsook, very elaborate
trimming of Swiss embroidery
Turn over and reverse, -tamped
on linen ready to be embroidered.
BED SPREADS for Cribs, single, three quarter and double
Bed, S10 $1.25, $1.50, $2.25, $3.60, $3.50 upward, of
Honeycomb, Marseilles, Hemmed or Friaged.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
ASK YOUR DEALER FOR IT
Japanese Silk Cotton Goods
Also new assortment of Gent's Furnishing Goods
from the Cnaet. We alsa carry a Large Stock of
Japanese PtOTi'sions Wholesale Dealers. : : :
1120 KUL'AN U AVONUJE.
Braneh Store: King and Lilihn Streets,