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5 MINUTE ICES Th moft delicious water ice f rosea fro it and ice -. a tm made tn roe. Mi.uir.F wctn yon Bare THE WONDER Ice Cream Freezer li is hardly neceaaary to remind yon af wars wtatber delicacies mw, for yonr th oght will natoially turn that way, hat wa want yon to see this t newer. Ea.y tripple motion and vary economical with iae, all eiree. On disp'a? in our ehow window at the new store. ART LIME EXHIBITION ii Many Fine Pictures i Shown by Artists. In every feature the spring exhibi tion of the Kllohana Art League is one worthy of the Indefatigable artists brightness of the high light In the sky. ' The broad, full effects are reached with fidelity, and the whole painting ta full of the atrength of the artist's Idea. , There are several tntniatuns from the same orusn wnicn receive univenwi commendation. lira. Ida K. von Holt would have conferred a favor on the members of the league had she permitted to be shown only "Venice." There Is in the pointing a depth which is enhanced by th- breadth of the handling of the col ors showing the canal and shipping in h.- full glory of the southern sunshine. There are several other things which Mrs. von Holt has on the wal's and all Ir.d rate ihe int-r.s ty of the work whi h she haa done while abroad. In the same way Philip H. Dodge haa favored hla friends by showing some of hla work done under conditions uhich Inspired. "Drifting." an old ves sel ail at upon a shining sea. the gold en yellows hazy in the full light and the old bark, the touch of red in the fallen aail. all go to make a broad and forceful picture. There are several ofh.-r which show the European influ ence under which Mr. Dodge worked. "A Street in Amsterdam" and Vanal. Going Away This Summer? If So You Need a New Suit Case or Bag whose endeavor waa last everting or- aannam. oeing excellent examples. Miss Alice Tabor has a little thine E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. New Building, Corner Fort and Kiag fltseets. BLOWS OFFERINGS! War this week we have gathered together rr.aay choice articles t the store at special price prices mat musr appeal to in e-o- ssalnal barer. See the goods tn our window. DTFAMTSr nONNHlO - 1 mvn. Daiaty and bright and choice materials; prices rang;ag wpward fnrni 25 wwAMTsr aox Black or white, per pair 2Sc CBILDRKN'8 HOSB la aU colors, apward from ISc CnUiRCTS DRflSSJS Prices ranging from tec FAWCT RinBONS AT 6e TARD Iob Iaintr Corset Cover . h Kxtra Fine a4n for the money. A Blom PROGRESS BLOCK Fort Street. New Clothing for Men Monarch Brand Coif Shirts Fine material, well made, and the latest style, wwald pay $2.00 for tha assne skirt elsewhere. Yau $125 White Linen Pleated Shirts . elite shirt for well dressed men. White, all liaen, and tioeljr pleated. Handsomest shirt jtt $3 SO Knox Crusher Hats Sas them displayed in our window, colors black '1 and basal. Kstra value. $250 NEW SUMMER SUITS The summer weather promises to be warm aad a light snit will da mack toward making it bearable New steak jnst opened. Gall aad see oar handsome dress suit cases. Kash Clothing Co., Ltd. TWO STORES Corner Hotel and 'Fort 8ts., and Hotel St. aear lethal. II Hutchln INI Life Fire sB . 4 lH. Ax Marine olnorny .hi. UI.II.I ENGIiaEERiHfi III CONSTRUCTION CO. Rooms 508. Se. 510 Sttirsawald 181141111 fered to the member of the league. In private view. Whether in oil or water or rrayon the picture makers have ac complished the rare success of devel oplns their wonderful possibilities and giving a real treat to lovers of color form. Of the less than 100 examples of the work of the various artists of the city there are none without points of merit and upon each wall there hang gems, sometimes modest ones, but which re pay the Interest of the observer. It would be Invidious to select from the number one as of the very first rank, yet there lingers in the mind of a vis itor memories of golden sunshine and blazing sky. of a summer sea upon a j shining strand, and of brilliant held and gleaming ponds and flowers. The view of the pictures vdas had last evening by a very small company of enthusiasts, the play having drawn the major portion of the lovers of the beautiful. Yet withal it was a com pany of those who have the good of the league at heart who cheered the workers by their presence. The visit ors were received by D. Howard Hitch cock or President P. H. Dodge and al ways there were clusters of friends about looking for the best examples of the work of the various painters, so that the visitor was made completely at home. During the entire evening re freshments were served and the inspec tion laated until late, the hum of talk testifying to the Interest. The display th us Inaugurated will be open to the public from 9 to 5 o'clock and again frem 7 to S o'clock until June 8. In point of Interest the Individual ex hibit of D. Howard Hitchcock, from tho view that It la Hawaiian, leads the ,whoe. The list of this artist Is an ex tremely wide one this time and. too. there Is but one of those subjects which he treats with such a breadth of con ception and such intensity of palette, the volcano In action. The view se lected for exhibition Is given the right of line In the display and Is In the usual full color scheme and high light and shade effect. But to this must not be given tho front rank in the many ...... n. P. t .u. r-f . V. . . ... ..b ... . W 1 . I . . . year. There are two pieces which stand 1 out with brilliance of stars on the n.akai wall, and they divide the Interest. The best, perhaps, if choice must be made. Is the "Fleeting Sunshine. Drifting Shadow." in Ita title telling the scene that has been chosen for depiction. The sunshine Is of the golden light on the distant hillside, and between there falls a fleeting shadow which turns the greens to purple In spots and puts a light touch upon the brightness of the landscape. The "Vista In Kallhi Val ley" Is treated with vigor which shows the values of the lights and the cloud shadows upon the hills. There Is again touch in the catching of the blazo of glory In the full sunshine which makes the picture stand from out among Its fellows. The foreground Is handled even with more skill, for the tropical Kif-en 01 iih aeep undergrowth are tru 1 and effective. To some there in even greater value riven to the bri.hinMa In th I'lAIL A. "DiinkV......! . . - I ... 1 - - . uiit nu''n 1 AIT'PS JVC- walo Marshes." in which there are so many excellences that there Is hardly room for adjectives. The fact seems to be that there has been caught in these examples, as well aa the oth.-r paln:lnirs of Hitchcock, a fleeting light whl' h glorifies the landscape. Vores has the center of the long wall and divides Interest for the effective ness with no one else. The center of Interest aa seen In this- dlsnlay Is the portrait of the late Justice McCully. a pit ture made to hang In the Supreme Court room. It Is a speaking likeness and the handling of the flesh is of the highest virtue. Most prominent piece of or v ores is "Making Kavn. 8a- I mnn." This given an opportunity to ahw a young girl seated upon the floor j working over a wooden bowl. The red ' browns of the arms and shoulders, the I Mark of the hair and the color of the : Mowers all combine to make the picture ! , a porirau wniefl nas In it the southland .xh.ides and lights. There la a little j thinr overlooked perhaps by those who j do not give to the pictures time enough to them thoroughly. "Ocean's Strand." where the shining sea curls ! upon a stretch of sands which has in j it all the color of the golds and the oVpth which distinguishes the produc tions of this artist. The atmosphere is painted with an excellence which gives j the composition a right to prominence which ti-ly l ur.- t-. award it Th. r. are several other things of Wores which have been seen before. Sev.-ral painting by Miss Grace Rob- full of color and with a great deal of atmosphere of the country, a Monterey scene; Julian Greenwell has several brilliant scenes in the valleys, and Iau Sheong has a "Canoe on a Sand Beach." which shows remarkable 1 in ception of the colors of the beach. L. Teng heong has a Waikikl scene which shows some forceful handling. Misa Parke is represented by a still life of value. This Is the first time that there haa been shown any of the work of Miss Kdlth R. King, and aa she is one of th most recent comers she has not at tempted to catch the local atmosphere yet. She shows several things from Berkeley and about San Francisco bay. all vigorous in tone and broad In hand ling. A Hawaiian girl's head is full of color, the lets being faithfully done. There are a number of good pieces of china and several examples of burnt work on leather which attract some at tention by their decorative values. YACHT RACE FOR DECORATION DAY WE HAVE THEM HERE IN GREAT VARIETY OF EVERT GOOD KiiVD OF LEATHER. WITH FANCY TRIMMINGS AND WITHOUT. Pa LEATHER LINED AND CANVASLINED, HIGH PRICED AND LOW PRICED: BUT NONE OF THEM OF LOW QUALITY. WE MARK THEM AND DELIVER THEM FREE. WE SELL TOURISTS' REQUISITES CHEAPER THAN REGULAR DEALERS DO. BECAUSE WITH US THAT LINE IS MERELY AN IN ! DENT OF OUR lifrilNESS. WITH THEM IT IS A SPECIALTY JI'DGE PRICES BY THESE TWO: Na. 17 SUIT CASE, made of finest selected! case leather, steel frame. Holland linen lined, hand-pewed French edges, corners riveted and stitched, patented spring locks, brass trimmings, bag handle with brass loops riveted, four straps and shirt pocket in body, 22 inches long, in russet and choc. late colors j Ne. 75 OXFORD BAG. extra large, heavy stock. long grain, hand sewed. English steel frame with polished brass lock and catches. Yienna handle, elegantly leather lined with pockets, stay hinge. ..I MBUHUB l"nK J4 15 Jg Prk? .EJ S7.S5 $7.40 17 S7.90 IS Whitney & Marsh, Ltd. A race of the third class yachts, the series for the Roth cup. will hald on Friday. Decoration day. May 30. The course will be as follows : Starting at 2 p. m. from an imaginary line from the Lighthouse to the pilot's office, out the mouth of the harbor, keeping the bell buoy on port side, to a stake boat off Sans Souci. keeping stake boat on port side in rounding thence to a stake boat off Quarantine Island, keeping same on starboard side in rounding: thence around the bell buoy, keeping it on port sale, and fin ishing at Spar buoy, off mouth of har bor. Club rules w ill be followed in regard to getting away: that is. the usual on" gun start. Preliminary signal at 1:5. Time limit three hours. By order Regatta Committee. HAWAII YACHT CLUB. Andrew Brown, superintendent of the VatsSrWorkaj will leave in the Peking 1 1 ir the mainland for a short trip, stay ing cn th? eeaat some three weeks. - , aaaseaeatkHM ul D run are given place upon this w.ili 1 and the h.indllnir of th kuHiata v .. All classes ef s2asartag Wsrk eollc- to the friends of the recently returned Ited. Maasnlsjtiisaa, Saareys aad Re- J artist great pleasure. There is in the porta made S Waiisasska. eiaam and' ,rorK f Ml Robertson as indicated Electiieal a liuiin, si. nd'b :h examples which she has chosen tknatsa it-i' 1. and rminnaii seaissSatsaSeS la all ! to d-P,Jr- a vigor which indicate that work. Centra- nil .ins 4. - - - , : ner me moo nas n- n broadened by her buiidtuea. hio wars, f ta asa sastiona. valua roe rat" n-. t RWDBSIOK J. A-Mwwa. Brim f preeertisa s. e. r.. SSJd Maaaaer BABIES AND CHILDREN should be fairly plnmp. They ought to put on fat as fast as they use it tip; for fat is fuel, and the burning of it makes pow er and force. Thin children eren along to the age of eighteen or tweuty are in danger from consumption, and from other wasting complaints. The chil dren who starve, and the young men and women who are con sumed why, the very idea of it is frightful. For such as they there is always what the Biblo calls a "mighty famine" in the land. Food, though it may be ta ken plentifully, does not nourish them. It makes no fat; it gives no strength. To prevent this, to euro this, to save the young ones at the mother s knees, and tho bright boys and girls who are just looking at the world with ambitious eyes, is the purpose of WAMPOLE'S PREPARATION. Its success is decided and set tled. Thousands owe to it life and health. It is palatable as honey and contains the nutritive, and curative properties of Pure Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us from fresh cod livors, combined with tho Compound Syrup of Hvpophosphites and the Extracts of Malt and Wild Cherry. In building np pale, puny, emacia ted children, particularly those troubled with Anemia, Scrofula, Rickets, and bone and blood dis eases, nothing equals it; its ton ic qualities are of the highest or der. A Medical Institution says: ''We have used vour preparation in treating children for coughs, colds and inflammation ; its ap plication has never failod us m any case, even tho most aggra vated bordorin on pneumonia, j The children like it, they lovo 1 the tasto of it, it looks good to i them, and it builds up their bodies ; many little children owe their lives to it." Effective 1 from the first dose. " You cannot be disappointed in it." Sold by chemists here and everywhere, j California Calimyrna Figs NOW Otf SALE AT OCCIDENTAL FRUIT 521 Kine Street. 2fS f tw nmsiiuMk r fin Mil WMMirrTT Have you seen anything neater or more compact than this? It is never out of order and always ready for in mediate use. Bear this in mind, WK INSTALL ALL OCR TELKPHONKS UNDER A GUARANTEE FOR ONE YEAR. CAN YOU ASK MORE? We have a number of other styles in stock, and you can choose whieh you like, they are uniform in service. Will you not let us give you an estimate on a complete installation? " THE PEff 18 MIGHTIER THAN T dE SWORD " Alack, there ties more peril in t"aie eye Than twenty of their swords. Shake speare. It would seem from Shakespeare'. rnupings. there are other things mist ier lhan either Pen or Sword. The power of a perfect eye is weird in its mystic spell. If you would have perfect eyes aad perfect eyesight you must heed th warnings that tell of eye-strain Na ture's demand for help. When eye help is 11. eded. let us the helpers. The Oceanic Gas and Electrical Co. Car' rtsrs for -rerj thing electriral. mock. Merchant St. Phoas A. N. Sanford, Manufacturing Optician, Boston Building. Port Street, Over May & Ce. ..un -1 WAILUKU, Maul. May 1. 1902. Dear Sirs: In nay innocence T purchased in Hoaelulu a jar ef yeur Pin -Money Pickles It brought me great trouble, aad ens of three things must seur: 1. You must step making fhem: sr a I must get then at less SX pnse: or 8. I am a ruined man. Since my first veatnre I've Sad many "jars." My family atom early mora oag "Picklss;" asighbors ring the dear-bell and afceut "Pickle;" relatives visit ia expectatien ef "Pickles." Teur pickles are at 7 Nemesis. Wleese. dear sars. rote them bw the keg. barret, hogshead, ten er shipload, and "ereserve" sne. Tours verg truly. CARROLL WHrWAKER. P. 8.: I want Gherkins. Caul iflower. Onion. Martyaia. Mixed, Peaches and Mango. C. W. lb Messrs. LEWfS & CO. 10SS PORT ST. 340-Two TlsDhons-240 M. IVI House, K hni Sign and Decorative Paintina OrsjniBf, Glaaa. Paper Hanging aae Yatiag. FiMjvCTass Sign Work on Glass a Specialty. A. V. p.o. it m 76 Alakra Htrvet. - Msn 62 """r Turtr nhrn.nl Th.. -kiikIi- if. r: .-. Vhaavee, etc. J a how a denth of rnlnr mhlrh I hrll. Ilant. but is laid with great rare. "A 'ountry Lane" and "Marshes" are e. recently done, the latter showing a rare LOUf-fl of the fiitwrfiiinrl Mm. Helen Kelley haa done a won- ' derful piece of work in "Where the ! Ulle Grow." being a orner of the Illy pond at Waikikl. which haa ben doom- MKKTINO WILL, BF HFI n ov ed by Progress The greens are vlvii. Tt KSDAT, MAT 27 li" it a Pr nap, to one wno nas not had the o'clock p. m.. in the claroom of the I muring effete too bright, but there is T. M C. A., for the purwsITml.i ' absolute life in the picure. The co- lng In the balanc - ox Theharte? mem" f roanuts re aa excellently paini. l. th.. r. and transacting other imDortJni golden br,n. or the dying fronds be- busineea. The charter win be c'S .1 ' . .... iiki 1. "r, IIUl 'n D' ri'lV VM fin V rarrnlli ! wouiii o eurncient to Mnhii.t, . ' " -IV'. J "V T ,n. ,n Mhlb!- 1 A full attendance . ...- it. murn 01 exeunce In the Th- moi striking tMrg m a sky ff. , ,..n1. there being an evening landscape In ' fr. nt which l-nds itself to the J71 th: absence ts ipf ' of the ramp "oia- J. H. FLTNN. Wire Commander. W . T. JPaty Contractor and Bni der Daea any and all k tnds of wark well, promptly and at reason able prices. Office 1045 Alakea street, between King and Hotel. Phone Rlue 1801. Honolulu Iron Works Co. STKAM ENGINES BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS. COOL ! Sal, BRASS AND LEAD CASTING? and machinery of every uearlptlor made to order. Particular attentlor paid te ship's blacksmlthlng. Job wjrV of Fresh Kodak Films The town has been ont films for eonie time. WE HAVE THEM NOW Kodak films, all end East m m n Kodaks at 20 per cant below catalogue price. sizei, $1 and logae. $2. Call for cata- HodoIdIh Photo Supply Go. Fort Street near Hotel. Just Received By the Alameda, the following goods: n. U. Roll Oats H O. Iloiriny H. O. Holjsrane H. O. Bis-Kit U. O. Buck Wheat and also a fancy lot of cardy. K E, QJ0m Beretanm nad Emma Sts. Groceries . Tet Blue 231S. SEATTLE BEER AT THE i I a shortest notice.