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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAE ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, MAY 17, 190a
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INSTALLATION IN
CAMP ROOSEVELT
LOCAL BREVITIES.
Xntir mad t Retaliation of officer oc
t upU-d tb a?:-ntton of 1 he nvmber
I Lb newly orgairized Camp T7u uSST
Koseelt. No ?4S. SpanUb-American
War Veteran-, at be T. M. 4. A la--nlgSt
Tbe muater was srcmpliabnJ
br Major A. II. OUs. late of the Wssb
I net on Voiunteeea, who wu drelgnateo'
aa oivaterlnjc offl-er frm lwa4quarters.
He also preatatad to Poat Commander
K. T. Taanatt tbe charter aigned ta
blank by the commanding: general and
aIJutaat general of the ssm tati-n Tbe
nat meet!n will take place a week
fr m nest Mrmday. th- place and time
to be aanoanred later.
Following I tbe lit t ffl m rnu-
ired In; t-t . .rnmander. K. Tappan
Tannatt. wnir vice -wmmsndr. J. H
l'nn. lu: ... . mmander. Mr
laato; adjutant, c; S.yl-. quarter
maater. H. Raff: rhapUln. Iavld Dun-
Up: officer of the day. W llarth. ffl
ear of Ibe guard. Mr Hlmpaon.
atlj
BUSINESS LOCALS
furr.lt ur.-
at oyr.e
aI-rti-
fur: h 1
ta off e rl
In
for
ggS trlmnM
M linst
Ml
r.-nt bv I
number of dray and
will b !d l. -lay at M..rg4li
early won't lat Wm--cMi k
Sc mm b for today only, at tbe
l-tr-pliaii Meat o market.
Dr. J. It. Shaw, the veterinary aur
(rnn, baa retwrnel from tbe roast and
will resume practice at once at his
office. 777 Kins street.
So sane as horses saw, bred and born,
bijsxlea will b- built fr th-m to draw.
Tbe PactflV Vehlrle Col's present line
surpasses aJI other years.
Tbe Abimeds baa brought a beautiful
new stock of shirt waist hats and
trimmed hai ! Mim N K IIiiv In
Man block. Call an'' see the
N;- n..! '. niak.- ft h rSjrj
day to their candy department at
nut. peanut, strawberry, vanilla.
lasses taffy and butler rblpa. Price
a pound.
A cen tie horse, also phaeton and bar
nsa. Is offered for sale at s bargain
i-.rty la leaving th- city. Will also seD
a small barn at less than c t of ma
t-rtaj. See our ctaastAed ads.
Do not delay having grave Mnn
I rnooamanls cleaned. Decoration
Day la near at band and orders given
nw to Mr. AxtelL at 33 Beretaius
street, will be promptly attended to.
AH parties using demijohns belonging
to tbe Fountain Mln-ral and Soda
Works to shun their distilled wat-r is
will please not use ih-m for
purposes, t'omplalnt has been
that these . ontalners are being
very mu:h abused. They are tbe prop'
erty of tbe soda works.
ws
PUBLIC OONOSBTt.
as
a
Today', sad Tomorrows Frog-rams at
Catholic l
Kapp-y
. Suppe
..Udd-1
Mackle
Morton
li-rbert
tbe Night
Kver
Tbe concert lodgy will take place at
CM p. as.:
Mareb. Festival . .
overt are. Isabella
Halted. Pilgrim of
Waits. Ml Paso
March. Holy Hays ...
Tbe Star Spangled Banner
Tbe concert tomorrow begins at 3. JO
p. nm:
PART I.
Tbe Holy Gboat Hymn
overture. Post and Feasant up
horns. Tannhauser Waicc-r
Selection. Jerusalem Verdi
Ssxtett. Florodora Stuart
PART II
Selection. Popular Airs fltmmberg
Olorta. 12th Maaa Mosart
Holte. Tbe Star of tbe East Kllenberg
Vorss
a KapUlna. b Watonuenu.
Mbsa L Kelltaa.
(c) Aloha No Wau. di Moanl Ke
Mrs. N. A la pa l
Aloha Oe Tbe Portuguese Anthem
Tbe Btar Hpanglcd I Banner
MUsVPHT CLUB
DrasaUe Oiub Baa Prepared as
Sscelieat Program.
A flne piugiaan will be presented to
night st tbe Murphy Club by tbe Mur
phy Dramatic Club, aa follows:
Plana Solo Mies Taylor
'Hacred cmfwyp eetbarodilnumrf wy
Sarrees Troubles"--Sketch .iramatu-
.rl be War 1 S-ymour-- Mrs Mlnut
A Japanese funeral halted in the
atvasl the other day to have its picture
taken
An eight and a half pound boy was
born ut evening to the slfe of II T.
Walty v
Mi Henry C Adams has be- n ap
polnted a member of tbe District ltd
Hoard for Kooisupoao
A King Kdward VII -.,r nati
m-dal Is on exhibition In a display win
dow of the Pacific Hardware Company. I
Tbe Rapid Transit conductors and
motormen are to be uniformed In blue.
Khaki Is tHi --! for evening wear and
comes out of the wash looking badly. J
Mrs. Emma M Nakulra has been ap
pointed Commissioner of Private Ways
and Water Rights for th laSSSMl ofv
Oahu. comprising the Fourth and KlfthX
Dtotrlcta.
J a red Smith baa received a letter
Bragg a Marshall. Minnesota, farmer In
quiring about the opportunity s for I
American rlttorns In Hawaii. Tbe I
writer la desirous of farming in the
Territory-
The Consolidated Soda Works Co. I
i .i i offer fr ale ginger i ream
S-la. Kone. rHt be-r. IC se-tened
th pure ane sugar. They guarantee!
prompt delivery of orders. Telephone
Main 71. Hive them a trial.
Hugh Mclntyre. one of Honolulu's
gainaalnas. returned yesterday lb. the
Alameda fr m the t oast, where heTiaa 1
been aournlng for several montbsNJn
th interest of his health. He will take
the management of May V Co.
Sir. Irvin. a well known San Kran-
i-lsco Illustrator, came down on the
.l imeda to lake Mr. Yardley's placr
n the A l.-rtl-r Mr anl y will
r- tum to the coast and then go east
to study In a school of dm wing and
(minting
The Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will hold their annual m..-Ci.g for
hearing reports and for other bu-ln ss
In tbe home of Mrs. J. B. Ath.rton.
commencing at 7:3t this evening.
May 14th. Members are earnestly re-
iU.-stel to attend.
Judge CillM-rt F. I-lttle r-turn.-1 on
the Alsmcda without his alias. The
Judge Is feeling as well ss could be ex-
peeled and baa plenty of explanations
fir his mishap on the ;..vern.-rshlp.
H.- will return to Mil., on the next Kl-
nau and reopen court.
Fifteen thousand bags of sugar stor
ed at Kealls warehouse on Makee plan
tatlon tumbhd down Tuesday night
arrvlng along a portion of the bui.d-
iine. The damage waa not great and
bbe avgar was replaced in th- ware
h ue before It waa affected by the ex
posure. French Consul Visgavona has a Mar
llnlquw boy In his employ ps i -k. who
. ante from St. Pierre. "Just destroyed by
Hva. Msru. the boy. told tbe conaul
that many years ago an aged n egress
appeared In the streets ami pr-x-tainted
that tbe city would b- destroyed by a
volcanic eruption.
K Imal. the Japanese sugar expert
who la studying the method In use at
Kwa Plantation, has received word
that weed cane sent by him from Hono
lulu to Formosa was received in good
order. In.nl will make a tour of Maul
and Kauai before hla return to For
mosa, and will remain In the Islands
im a year.
The United States Experiment Sta
tion has been Investigating the com
gg least possibilities of kukul oil. It
ams thought that the oil was of value
t artists, but an inquiry to a promi
nent tendon Arm dealing In artists'
supplies brought the Information yes
terday that the oil bad been experi
mented with and rounu to oe or no val
ue for that purpose.
Commissioner Wray Taylor haa on
exhibition at bis office in the capltol
building some of the finest rhubarb
. v-r seen In the islands. It was grown
on th Long farm st vv aim-u. ana is
over sn Inch thick and of much better
inality than la usually shipped here
from the coast. It Is reported mat ar
rangements are being made for tbe
shipment of home grown products to
H n. lulu from both Wultnea. Kauai
and the Ruchholts place at Koca. Ita-
alL
The Honolulu Engineering Associa
tion will meet .n Monday. .May 19th. at
It rooms In the Y. M. C. A. building
Owing to the unavoidable absence or
those who were to speak on the sub
ject of Indicator card, tb.it unj.--t
ha been put over to June znd. Tnis
special meeting then will be marked
by th" b -ginnir.g or tne series or OUBS
on the el trtcal mstters. Mr. A. hart
ley being the first speaker. There will
be ss well discussion of points raised
in the question box.
SHOES
For Ladies
LADIES' OXFORDS, make of E P Ried
& Co., extension s.-le, military heel, latest up-to-date
style, a bargain at
IDEAL KID OXFORD"4, walking ehoe,
ex ten-ion sole, military bstrl, price only
$3.50
$4.50
Manufacturers' Shoe Go., Limited
1057 FORT STRFET.
ace
aV
oa&
! This Morning
eJMi
Laces
Laces
Laces
Cheaper Than
Ever.
A Full Assortment
to Chi. Obe
From.
:
:
I
Jtj jt
See ur
Window
Display i
O Idic to Hilo.
HAN FKAXt.'ISOO. May 10. Miss A.
1- Kltzeer-ild. h has been :he ma
tron of the California State insan
asylum at Acnews for the pust thre
years, wilktake the superlntt -ndency o
a hosidtal at Hilo. She will leave
shortly for Hilo. Apneas Is one of th
t) ir rent navlums In the ounTy and
Instrumental Solo .Mrs. Losell Kupau I hsa been the cause and scene of much
&mM Master H 'Sains S1 tt-aal anoabbllnB
Vlatta Me Mr M Nakulna ,
The Faithful SMI ISaf tsketrht
MriM war. i and seyuasi
Mrt, . Mr Itolllns
MsndolBB Solo Miss Schurmann
-Over m Barrar tskrtch)
Ward. Bejmour and DoUtnesr Bros
Hawaiian Quartette
The public s InTjted
Formerly of BonoIoJr.
Town Talk says of the exhibition of
tbe CsJiftsraJa Society of Artists. "One
of tbe best portraits shown Is by Ger
trude O'Brien. One could stand a Ions
while before this portrait and con
stantly Snd new beauties In it. It
shows a woman in black, presumably
just returned from a ride, aa she baa
her gauntlets on snd her hst lies care
lessly thrown by her aide. Tbe whole
pone breathes weariness, not of body
as mncb ss soul fatigue. The ale
blonde hair harmonises with the deli
cate akin and lsrjre blue eyes. Tbe
.km and hair treatment In this por
trait sre perfect. Never hsve I
anrthlna aDIn.vchln It except In
i.vtniu bv Ast! that liump
Some from abroad last year
M. BRASCH & C
Good Cheer for
Thirsty People
j j j
Quxlitv in 8'da is everything.
Cuctouierti tay ourd han tn
tIio.HiiMp and tiz that they
e-j J snd ctn t get elsewher.
But you are a wntod judge of
mhIs. Prty go hI t fol-
1 w te crwd tha eonje here
diynfier day. Mu-t br wme
reon for it there i. ida
i" only a trifle. Most merch
ant treat it as a trifle, but
with us this ha the -am care
ful attention that every o'hr
riea'tment of our bundle ra
ce V'. We spare r either
paint nor m mev to maxe it
liht Th w.iter i- c rhor-aed
on the preini-e-i. Fresh cream
maiie daily from cow's niilk;
fruit flavors used exclusive y
From ctaf to fiuish it i abso
lutiy right. : : :
Next on ii th we move to our
new store, Khlers' block, Fort
stri-et. rheie more room can be
spared for t-oda. We have
some agreeibla surprises in
store in liquid refreshment.
Aftr we are well settled we
wi 1 have an ojienini; day, when
every lady will receive a souv
enir and f ee en la to everyone
all day long. We are making
a run on : : : :
Egg Drinks Only 10 cts.
now. Fre-h orush'd pineapple
and strawberry daily.
Hobron Drug
Company.
Xort and ZEZio3.gr-
Children's
Muslin Hats
Embroidery
Caps
AND
-n
the
broujrM
But Mrs
Jtjtjt
We haven't neglected the bright little
faces snd pretty curls In our new im
portations by any means. We have
just opened a great assortment of hats,
aspe snd bonnets. Just the thing for
the warm wtather: all the newst ef-
lar
O'Brien
rait
studied In
the cachet
w
Paris. Thl
of the aaJoo."
por-
-slj.
MUSUIN HATS Trimmed with
and embroidery; TSc snd apward.
ILK MULL HATS Light BH Fink
sr Csrdlnal; eery dressy Ts lety '.
Xllsfords
1
The Elleford company repeated "Lit-
tie Lord ranntleroy- st the Orpbeum
last sla-b to a fsJr-slsed house The
perfoTrranee as a whole was moat sat-
is factory The ssme plsy will he re
peated at tbe matinee today so aa to
enable the ladles and children to at-
f- nd. Tonlcht a ill te tne last appe3r
sree of the Elleford company In B
lulo thut season. By request. "New
.rk Day by Dsy" am oe repeaiea.
The play Is full of comedy,
a rut nrttlns climaxes, and a
ss please sn Orpnenm
I 1 lefl Th"- .- SSBSSJ
th mainland Wednesday, slay 11. I
enestion
bill sure
Saturday nlsht
y will ssll fur
BROIDERY CATS Less a d em-
hrsidsry affeets White and delleate
ehsdes 7fs and upward.
SUN BONNETS All atsss. lass snd
embroidery trimming, ale apward.
INFANTS BONNETS M satin er silk,
la great satiety.
9AM OF LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
Has proven eery popular snd will
continue ell this week.
assess
N.S. Sachs'
DRY COODS
CO. , LTD.
' BaSaaSJflSfii. 5' - - i ii Arfiff stsassrrff"i"'r
' s J''3aJ?- w-
llel lM I II .
iierf"" SJ
BEACH AND LAWN TENTS.
Palmetto Canopies, Lawn UmbreliAe, Fancy or
PI in 'Jentg of all ku.ds on h.nd or qui. kly
tn de to ordr. Paucing cloth-, awnings and
canvas work of all kinin quickly turned out.
Telephone Hi and we will eluw samples and
quote estimates. : : : '
PEARSON & PjTTER 00., LTD.
Golf Shirts for Summer Wear
The cloth used Is ear ahlrts came from Bnglscd
All our custom eaaae sblrts
was made ss bore.
rl
Watches. Chains. Sterling SUrer Knlrw. Nail
a shrt time snly. M par esnt off regular pries.
FORT STRJiKT.
ASAOH & QO, 29 HOTEL STREE"
Don't
Go on
aaB ft j
R iKLaf rsT wk"
Vih inferior sr needl slj xpeneive illum'nat:ou in your home,
Triera i aha iluteiy no occaviun fur it Thu.is- d-i f riou-e-keepeia
tbr- b( out ihn ielanttg hve removtsi thii snnoy i.g
proble n entirt-ly by hCquaintmg themselves with th id-al er
fect light for the h'-m-r! It is hriiliant as gs or eleetrMtiy,
never nr.uk- h, smells r piv-s any troubeB, i- iuh cd and ot';n
guisbed as eai y a- g h. and bum: but li't'e kero- OA
sene oil Our ctalogue sho ve all styles ir m I)ltOV
up. and U Fent for the sVking.
THEO H. DAVIES & CO., Limited
ZE3Iaxc3.-wa-re Eepartment,
k I sirKneJ A L ,s.aU:aL m SfRtM H W 161.
These good, wore imported dired from Estops and .ire a
lieautiful ass'ir ment. Lit hsvs lfeii br ken and sre have decid
e t to sell them below cost. 'I bey consist of I awu. Cotton and
fine.-t Linen; hemstitched or embroidered and some tritnmed
with lace, tree display i it our window and ou special, counter
inside.
Lot 1 White 1 awn Lace IVrder,re- CT
duced from I2cts ti.... Kt
Lot 2 White Cotton Fnl)rilered
reduced from 2octs. to....
Lot & White Linen, reduetd from
50c to 3 lor
Lot 4 Whits Linen with Initials
Kmbroidered, box of i doz. .
.cts
12Mcts
$1.00
$1.25
Ladies' White Lawn Suits
Warm Weather Garments
The newest effects and jtiPt the proper dresses for the summer
weather. 1 he Wai-ta are neaily and prettily tucKed, latest sleeves
and cuffs, latest flare bkirts with tucking, some with and some
without circular flounce.
SUIT COMPLETE 85.00
ANOTHER STYLE Waist and Skirt trimmed with bisi
folds of Lawn.
SUIT COMPLETE S6 50
FINKK QUALITY AND MAKE, Skirt ith tucked
flounce, Waist trimmed with tucks and embroiderey.
SUIT COMPLETE SIO.OO
LADIES' FANCY
SWISS Waists
Trimmed with tucking and
Valeiioiennes Lace.
$2 and $5
On Display in Window.
SKIKT PATTERNS
Very stylish and entirely new,
white and tan Lawn and
handsomely trimmed, heady
made excepting the hack sfarn
and belt; juet a little sewing
and you will have a stylish
Skirt to fit.
From $5 to $ I O
On Display in Window.
B vTHING SLITS
New stock and all fine goods.
Bathing Caps and Bathing
Shoes for ladies and children
iIUSON SHIRT WAISTS
The latest white Lawn, newest
cut.
$1,75, $2, $3 50
On Display in Window.
SHOPPING BAGS
At 50c
A few Cloth Bags worth 50c
at least.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
FOPTe STPRRT.
A TONIC
AND
System Builder
AIN1ER BFER
SOLD EVt'RYW H t. Hi
ASK YOUR UEa I R F h IT
Japanese Silk Cotton Goods :
Also new sssonsasnt of Gent'ii Furnishing Goods
from the Cvat. Ws also carry a T arge Stock of sj
Japanese PrT'sions Wholera'.s Dealers. : : : x
II20 NTJIANI ATKNUR
ranch S ors: Kivp n'l Lil'h- Streets.

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