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THE PACIFIC CUMMERCIAC KDVERTISER, HONUEUTU, SEPTEMBER S, 150a
I r i ! 1 1 if t i 1 I I 1 ' -9 nGAL BREVITIES. Pacific Lodgre meets tonight. Regu lar business meeting, and all members i are requested to attend. I Mr. Sammons, a former journalist of Charles Montague Cooke, Jr., son of Albany, N. Y.t San Francisco and Seat- .M. COOKE, JR., TO TEACH HAWAIIANS C. M. Cooke of this city, accompanied Hby his wife, formerly Miss Lila Lef ferts of Flatbush, Long Island, arrived in the Korea from their honeymoon to reside permanently in Honolulu.. Yester day the couple spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Cooke at Luakaha, the Nuuanu valley home of the Cooke3. Mr. Cooke has returned to Honolulu to establish a department of biology at the Kamehameha Schools, having decided to follow the vocation of a biologist. Mr. Cooke is a Yaie man of 1897 and has spent much of his time both at college and since in preparing himself for this important branch of educa tional work. The wedding of the couple, a society event of prominence on Long Island, took place at Flatbush on April 25, at the kome of Mr. and Mrs. James Lefferts, the ceremony being solemnized in the old Lefferts piansion built just after the revolution to replace the very old house on that site which had been burned. The former dwelling was farmhouse of the earliest Dutch days. CALLS HAWAIIAN A MONGOLIAN SALT LAKE (Utah), August 28 County Clerk James today Tefused to tissue a marriage license to a full-blood ed Hawaiian to marry a white girl. The couple had presented themselves yes terday, the girl, who was about 16 years of age, being accompanied by her father, who gave his consent. The county clerk, however, declined to issue a license until a legal opinion was ob tained from the county attorney. This official today informs the clerk that he Is of the opinion that a license should not be Issued. He holds that, according to the decisions of the Utah Supreme Court, a Hawaiian Is a mem ber of the Mongolian race, and as mar nages Detween a Mongolian and a white person is prohibited in this State, the clerk could not legally issue a li cense to such persons. .. BUSINESS LOCALS An assistant milliner is wanted at the A. A., Montano dressmaking and milli nery parlors. Just open. Ladies washable ekirts, made of pique, duck and linen. Whit ney & Marsh. - Specially low prices prevail all this week at Pacific Import Co. See adver tisement on page 3. Big reduction this week on children's hosiery at Ehlers'; also many new Items of interest. See ad. . A. Blom, In Progress block, has just opened some exceedingly pretty draper ies and portieres. See ad. The Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co. ; have another communication to Bishop & Co. In this issue. Castle & Lansdale give notice that Mr. L. J. Maddux is no longer in their em ploy, having left there July 1st. Tenders will be received by the Supt. of Public Works for furnishing 4-inch cast iron pipe for the Hilo Waterworks. Zephyr is a pendant of compressed sacnet powaer. An laeai article lor fie toilet. Price 25 cents at Hollister Drug Co. - Fred Philp & Bro. have moved info larger and more commodious quartets and can now be found in the Waverl block on Bethel street. This week is the last of Sachs' Mam moth Removal Sale, which has been so successiul owing to the stupendous re ductions made oh prices of . standard goods. Have you seen the round .cornered doors and chilled steel plate lock mechanism protection of the Diebold safes and vaults? Pearson & Potter, agents. Fred Philp & Bro. give notice in an other column that they have moved to larger quarters in the Waverley block, Bethel street? where they will be pleas ed to meet their patrons and the public generally. ? IN DECOROUS KAUAI. Fie Words of Timely Admonition ' the Garden Isle. Editor Advertiser The jury court for this island is sitting here as usual in Lihue, a few citizens of this district having quietly advanced the necessary funds for this term of court, trusting to the next legislature to reimburse them. Honolulu, the headquarters of all the politics, brains and money of the coun try, is still in throes of agony as to how It shall raise funds to carry on Its jury courts, so I understand from the news papers. I simply wish to call the attention of you Honolulu people to the fact that Kauai is carrying- on its Circuit Court and all its other business in its usual quiet, decorous way, and hope some of the other islands will look on and folr low our example. We look to Honolulu for howling pol itics and read of it in the newspapers when we have time from our plantation work. Yours truly, KAUAI. Lihue, Sept. 6. P. S. Politics is quiet here, but we expect to send you a good delegation to the Legislature. -t. Els Second Offense. A few months ago Joe Leslie, a Ha- tle, is attached to the visiting commis sion. Allan Dunn is the representative of the Hawaii Yacht Club to act with the Regatta Committee in collecting funds and arranging for Regatta Day. Senator John H. Mitchell, Hon. Paul F. Mohr and wife and H. C. Robertsson and wife, all of Portland, Oregon, are registered at the Hawaiian Hotel. All members of the Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 are requested to meet at the temple today at 3:30 o'clock to attend the funeral of their late brother, Geo. Edgar Boardman. There will be a meeting of the Puna hou Athletic " Club held at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, at which there will be elected a captain and manager for the football team. p Fourth District Committee meets to- J night for the purpose of holding a joint : meeting with the Fifth District Com mittee for the nomination of Senators for the Third Senatorial District. Photographer Frank Davey, in going to the stairway of the Mott-Smith building on Friday evening, fell down the elevator shaft from the lower floor to the basement, it being quite dark while he wa3 groping around. He was badly shaken up but will be out Fhort iy. Funakichi, the Japanese concerned in the murder of a fellow countryman at Hilo, who had been held a prisoner for ransom bv Japanese vampires in lodging house, was brought to Honolulu in the Claudine and taken over to uanu prison. He was brought here by Dep uty Sheriff Overend. The Jap has been committed for trial. E. L. Scovel, bookkeeper of Onomea Plantation, whose disappearance under suspicious circumstances was reportea in the Advertiser last week, was arrest ed at Kailua. He was taken to Kawai- hae and thence to Hilo in the Claudine. J, Gardner, who is supposed to have been connected in some way with Sco vel, was apprehended at Lahaina and brought to Honolulu Saturday. M. T. Simonton, deputy clerk of the Circuit Court, returned yesterday rrom Kauai, where he went to act as (Merk in the Circuit Court there, a vacancjt hav ing been caused by the death of Frank Merry. Upon arrival, however, he found that a new clerk had already been ap pointed, but he assisted the new ap pointee to learn the ropes. J. A. Thomp son will remain for another week. Dr. Mildred Staley. the daughter of the first Bishop of Honolulu, has re turned to her work in India, at, the Hospital for Women in (.Delhi, after a few months' rest and change from a visit to friends and relations in New Zealand, where she soon felt recuperat ed. We wish her good health, and hope the next change will be taken to Hono lulu, the land of -her birth. Anglican Church Chronicle. Car 20 of the tram system and an electric car collided yesterday after noon at the intersection of King and Nuuanu streets, the tram car being forced off its track. The tram was go ing down the street and the electric car was going Palama-wards. The tram ear was struck at the front platform. smashing in the step and breaking the iron traces. The mules were liberated and ran down the street, but were caught before going far. Vincent Keuni, a Hawaiian, ' lives on Vineyard street, and on Saturday night, believing that a man's house is his castle, he opened up a fusilade from an old English army pistol. Keuni was in a happy mood, arrived at with the assistance of gin, and he made things ively around his home while the car tridges lasted. The shooting and drunk caused Keuni to be placed in a police cell, and he will tell all he knows about it in court this morning. A delightful children's party was giv en Saturday afternoon on the lawn of St. Clement's church and . parsonage, which was attended by a large number of young persons. The amusements were varied and all present were espe cially delighted at the coming of Santa Claus, who made his early appearance for the purpose of hearing the wishes of the children as to their desires for next Christmas. Cool lemonade and light re freshments were plentiful and the hap- ipy children departed after a merry two tiours' play. Keola, driver of a street sprinkling wagon for the Public Works Depart ment, had the misfortune to be thrown to the ground from the high seat yes terday about noon, falling on his head, and necessitating his removal to the Queen's Hospital. He was unconscious for a couple of hours, and last night was in much pain. The skull was not fractured, but it is thought he has suf fered a shock, which will incapacitate him for some time. The accident oc curred while he was driving his wagon into the yard of the stables on King street. Children's School Shoes We want to sell every boy and girl in Honolulu a pair of strong, jcomfortable school shoes. We ve got the shoes to do it. A school shoe must be strong, to stand hard wear, and it must fit perfectly, so as not to injure the growing feet. These qualities are combined with low pr ces at oar stoie. Boys' Velours Calf School Shoe Sizes 11 to 2, $2.75. Lace, in all sizes from 11 to 5 2 1-2 to 5, $3.00 Sizes Boys' and Girls' Security School Shoes Full line of children's LAST CHANGE i his is the Last Week of He in oval Sale waiian, maltreated his wife, pulling her """ by the hair, kicking her and otherwise thlS Opportunity io buy goods at such a stupendous reduc tion. We move this we-k and Not iron shoes but wear like iron, sizes, $2.50. Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited 1057 FORT STREET. Fire Proof Safe f Another Large Shipment Just Arrived 3 asserting "his right to do as he pleased with her, but he was allowed his liberty by Judge Wilcox with the promise that if he appeared before him on the same charge again, he would get a severe sentence. Leslie was arrested yester day on the complaint of his wife, alleg- i ing that he came home late Saturday night with a j:ig on and after breaking p all the furniture in the house, tore her clothes to shreds, beat her face with his fists and then kicked her in the side. Leslie comes before the judge this morning. 1 this is chance. po:ihvely your last . S. Sachs' DRY CO. GOODS , LTD. FORT STRBT3T. Our business is growing be cause we pay closest attention to every part of it. Our greatest am bition is to make a success of this drug store not an ordinary 30c. success, but a success tnat will be talked about far and wide. Our plan is to treat every customer so agreeably that we will hold every one. Then every new customer represents just so much growth to cur business. J We cordially invite you to our store and make us as useful to you as possible. Let this be your down town stopping place where you can meet your friends, use the telephone, leave packages or in any way make the drug store useful to you. pC Hobron Drug Co Ehlers' Block, Fort Street. y ley Coie The work done by the New York Dental Parlors has stood the test of two yeai a in Honolulu. Our oldest patrons are sending their friends to us because their work was satisfactory. Do .not experiment. We have estab lished a reputation in Honolulu that is past the experimental stage. Full Plate of Teeth $5. 00 Gold Crowns 5.00 Bridge "Work, per Tooth 6.00 Gold Fillings $1 and up as to si2e Fillings.... 50c to $1 accdg. to material H0 PUTES If money Is an object to you, come And see us. We will tell you In ad ranee exactly what your work will eost. No charge for examination. All our Instruments are thoroughly tterilized. Hours, 8 to 6; Sundays, 9 to 12. Ladies in attendance. New York Dental Parlors Room 4, Elite building, Hotel Btreet. Over Hart & Co.'s Ice Cream Parlors. A. R. GURREY, jr. Hotel and Alakea Sts ., 'Honolulu. Furniture Designed N Interior Decorations Reproductions of old Masters Picture Frames Designed and Made Our stock of Horrlng HI a 1 1 Marvin 23ofo Co.'s fafes is as complete as can be found at any of the branch Mainland office?. Our delivered prices in Honolulu will not exceed the net export prices charged in Lan Francisco. HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Theo. H. Davies & Co., Limited. TYTTVTTTTVVTTTTYTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTV YYYYTTTM MONDAY, SEPTEMBER STII. Grand Tournament at BOWLING PARLORS FHNO PONSO Ithe LOGER, O.S.H.j Automatic Repeating Pistol The weapon for wild cattle, wild boar or any purpose that a pistol is used. Uses smokeless powder, has high velocity, pen etration and rapidity. It's parts are com paratively stronger than the modern, military rifle. Children's Black Hose :o: Extraordinary reductions offered this week Regular 35c and 25c hosiery all goes at 3 pelrs for SO con-bo The following are the sizes: 09 Extra heavy, sizes 7 to 10 10 Lisle Thread, " 6 to 10 06 Cotton ' " 6 to 10 ; Colors are guaranteed fast black and staiules i. See them in our window. Shell Combs There have been no real satisfactory combs in, town for some time, but we've got them now. Ask to see the new Vassar Back Combs, new shell hair pins, side combs, hair retainers, etc. Beautiful New Waistings Exquisite flannel material solid white and colored grounds with the lateststripea These are really elegant and jou will want to see them. White Chamois Skins They're just a little too heavy to sell, readily, but we reduce the price from $1.25 to 5oc. That ought to makel them wanted. Children's Bathing Suits One piece suits in fast pretty colors; price $1.50. Finger purses You'll want one as soon as you see them. Made of handsome Alligator and Seal leather. Brocaded Moire Silks A new shipment just re ceived from New York. Col rs are in Pink, Black, Blu,White and Red We haven't mark ed the prices yet but will ad vertise them next week. Some of the prettiest goods we have ever seen. Bathing Trunks For Men . . . 65c For Boys . . . . 25c Men's Furnishing Dept. We have an assortment of mens' half hose, ahead of any In town and at the lowest prices. We invite inspection. MEN'S LINEN MESH UNDER SHIRTS. Will close out what we have at $2.50 each. They are standard goods and sell everywhere at $3.00. F. Ehlers & Co., Id. Fort Street 1 - Pearson & Potter Co., Ltd. Union and Hotel Sts. Phone Main 317. 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