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THE PXEIFTO EOHMERCIAI3 KDVERTI5E5, HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 25, ifoa.
The dance and cotillion to be given
tomorrow evening at the Moana Hotel
by Mrs. Mary Gunn promises to be an
event of much social prominence, as
not only will society be there- In large
numbers, but the members of the Sena
torial Commission and other visitors
iium aoroaa win be present. The cotil
nun win oe lea by Mr. J. Tarn McGrew
and several of the figures will be quite
new to Honolulu. Owing to the late
ness at which the dance commences an
arrangement has been made whereby
cars will leave the Moana Hotel for
town at 12:30 or shortly afterwards
which will enable the guests to remain
and enjoy the entire affair to the very
last note of the final waltz. The
patronesses for the cotillion are irs.
"W. G. Irwin,- Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs.
J. S. McGrew, Mrs. S. B. Dole. Mrs. G.
R. Carter, Mrs. J. B. Castle, Mrs. F.
M. Hatch, Mrs. Samuel Parker, Mrs.
Montague Turner. Mrs. B; F. Dilling
ham, Mr3. F. M. Swanzy, Mrs. M. C.i
MRS. DE FRIES WILL
GIVE BIG LUAU
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. K. DeFries
have issued several hundred invitations
for a luau which is to be given on Sat
urday evening, September 27, at 8
o'clock, at their residence on Punch-
-fcowl street, below Queen street The
affair is. given in honor of their son
Liholiho who has just arrived at his
majority. The members of the Sena
torial Commission and their friends
have been invited and preparations are
being made for one of the most elabor
ate Iuaus given in Honolulu in re
YOU MUST REGISTER IF YOU EX
PECT TO VOTE. A FORMER REGIS-
TRY DOES NOT COUNT.
Incubators, the best in the market
Hall & Sons.
Room and board in Nuuanu valley.
Apply 224 Wyllie streeet.
A number of good girls are wanted at
the French Laundry to do ironing
Beat's closing out wall paper sale
nnw nn at Poretonia ftt roar TTmmn
Auction sale of palms and ferns Fri
day at 10 o'clock at Jas. Morgan's sales
If you want. the best store lighting for
the least money call and see Hawaiian
Order a box of chocolate candy from
J. E. Goeas, corner Beretania and Em
ma Sts. Tel. Blue 2312.
A mule and wagon belonging to the
Pacific Mill Co. will be sold today at
auction at Morgan's salesrooms.
The stock Of goods damaged by fire
belonging to G. Dohi will be sold at auc
tion on Saturday next on the premises,
1125 Nuuanu St.
Don't pay high prices for imported
mineral waters when you can get as
good for much less price at Fountain
Mineral Soda Works.
$300 down, with balance on very easy
terms, will secure you a very comfort
able home in Pawaa. See W. M. Camp
bell, the agent, for full particulars,
J. "W. L. McGuire designs floral pieces
for all occasions, also carris a large
stock of Hawaiian curios, among them
are some very rare calabashes that
have an interesting history.
Miss Power, formerly with Montano
is now associated with Miss Hawley in
the millinery business, and will be
pleased to see her many friends at the
millinery parlors in the Boston block.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Supt. of Public Works for furnishing
and erecting two steel bridges in Hilo.
One to be built over the Walakea river
and the other over Wailuku river. All
bids must be in by Oct. 31st noon.
YOU MUST REGISTER IP YOU EX
PECT TO VOTE. A FORMER REGISTRY
DOES NOT COUNr.
.Lecture by Walter O. Weedon
Association Hall was taxed to its ut
most capacity last Friday evening to
hear the well-advertised lecture on
"Honolulu the Beautiful." Scores of
people were turned away unable to gain
admission, and a hundred or more were
willing to remain standing in the halls
to see the 150 or more pictures which
were thrown on the screen, descriptive
of the many attractions which this new
island possession has to offer. So in
teresting was the lecture that a vote
was taken at the close and the majority
said "repeat it." Therefore Friday
evening, September 12th, Mr. Weedon
will give another lecture, modified
somewhat, giving many new views.
Oakland Young Men.
There tvas no meeting of the Board
of Health yesterday.
The jury-waved cases set for trial to
day are Nos. 335, 329, 339 and 333.
There will be work in the chief degree
tonight at the Hawaiian Tribe meeting
It is said that Geo. Huddy will run
as an independent candidate for the
Theosophical Society meets tonight in
Anon Hall. Thomas Prime will deliver
an address, "Dream Consciousness.'
The Anti-Saloon League is at work
upon a revision of the Ohio local option
law, which it desires to introduce in
The Governor has appointed D. L.
Kalawal as a member of the Kauai
Registration Board, vice John Gandall,
It. is reported from the leper settle
ment that Fathei Wendelin is to take
a two weeks' vacation to be spent in
Col. Girard and the Misses Girard did
not depart for San Francisco yesterday,
but will await the Alameda and leave
on her return trip.
The case of Ah Hing vs. Ah On, suit
for $5000 damages for false imprison
ment, was before Judge Robinson yes-
tArdfl v onrl will pnntimip thi5 morn-
Miss Ada L. Handy, who has been
visiting her brother and sister in Ho
nolulu for the past two months, re
turned to her home in California on the
The quarterly meeting of the Wom
en's Guild of St. Clement will be held
at the parish house on Tuesday after
noon, the 30th inst. The Bishop of the
diocese will be nresent to address the
The following were naturalized t by
Judge Estee yesterday: J. C. Ahreu,
M. R. Veirra, A. F. Centiro, J. S. Nip
brigara, W. T. Roposo and M. R. JardiiS,
all of Portugal, John Sanberg of Swe
den, and Wm. Larsen of Denmark.
The quarterly meeting of the Hawaii
an Mission Children's Society will occur
at the home of Mrs. M. J. Forbes on
Punahou street, between King and Ber
etania streets, on Saturday evening,
Sept. 27, at 7:30 o'clock. Members of
the Executive Board are reminded to
meet at 7 o'clock sharp.
A Porto Rican was arrested yesterday
on a charge of gross cneat. or jo ne
had promised to recover the child of a
countryman, the youngster having been
taken to another island by a native
family in whose care it had been left.
He got the $5 and spent it without car
rying out his agreement.
Miss Marry Widdifield and- .ieut
Samuel Widdifield were-passengers in
the Alameda yesterday for San Fran
cisco. Miss Widdifield will join her sis
ter. Mrs. Howell, in the East and the
Lieutenant will rejoin his regiment, the
Eighth U. S. Infantry, from which he
has been absent on furlough.
CONCERT AT PAX AM A.
Do You Wear
Of course price is a considera
tion in buying Bhoe?, but nut
the only consideration. If you
want a perfect fitting shoe, a
shoe right up to the hour in style
and posseting the best wearing
qualities, then you are looking
James A. Banister Shoe
Come3 in all leathers Patent, Patent Kid, Calf, Tan, etc.,
and either Oxfords or high shoes.
Price is $6.5Q
danufaclurers1 Shoe Co., Limited
1057 FORT STREET.
If you get your thiist quen
you are sure
Program to Ba Rendered by Berger
at Bailroad Station.
The following is the program for to
night's concert at the Palama railroad
March, Live and Flourish Wagner
Overture, Koad to Glory Kling
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
(a) The Rose of Killarney. Johnson
(b) Ping Pong Stein
(c) Aloha Oe
Miss J. Keliiaa and Mrs. N. Alapai.
March, On the Qui Vive Partridge
Selection, My Old Kentucky Home.
Waltz. Wanderimr Minstrel Kiesler
March. Scouts Out Hume
The Star Spangled Banner
Exception: "This talk about inven
tions bein' injurious to labor is all
nonsense, said Convict jno. loi. vvny
?" asked the guard. "Because it is.
patent burglar alarm wuz the cause
o' me gittin' five years at hard labor. -
An aesthetic soul: "Well, did she
buy the book?" "No," replied the clerk;
she said she didn't IiKe the cover de
sign. Detroit v ree i-ress.
YOU MUST REGISTER IF YOU EX
PECT TO VOTE. A FORMER REGIS
TRY DOES NOT COUNT.
The Queen's Counsel.
Clarence W. De Knight of Washing
ton, D. C, wishes the Advertiser to say
for him that he is the attorney for the '
Queen in the land case and that Judge
Humphreys is his local assistant, with
no other interest apart from his imme- J
eliafe retainer. When the case cotnes
up at Washington. Mr. De Knight will
present it. This explanation is solicit
ed because of reports, touching contin
gent interests, etc., which are calculat
ed to injure the cause of the Queen and
which are not supported by facts.
YOU MUST REGISTER IF YOU
EXPECT TO VOTE. A FORMER
REGISTRY DOES NOT COUNT.
The K. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., cor
dially invite their patrons and the
public in general to attend the
of their new store, eorner Fort and
W'edntt'liiy Kcn!ui, Sfit. Si, at
New stock of choice and elegant
European ami America u Goods
will be on display.
(No goods will le olt! the opening
N. S. Siu-hs Dry Goods Co.
that it is just
And Is Right
Purity and cleanliness are
the powers behind our soda
All of our drinks made just
as they Bhould be, and our
syrups from fresh fruit and .
pure fruit juice.
Our success is founded on
leal merit, arid we are today
eerving the best and purest
temperance beverages to be ob
tained in Honolulu.
Try a water ice, they are just
right, and they certainly are
Hobron Drug Co
Ehlers' Block, Fort Street.
In OUR Gold Crowns and Bridge Work
of which we are making a specialty;
the FINEST, MOST PAINLESS
and DURABLE of all dental work
known to the profession, you will
find an example of the highest ar?
tistio attainmentt the adaptability
of which to the HYGIENIC condi
tions of the mouth is unquestioned.
Full Set of Teeth $5
Gold Crowns $5
Cold Fillings SI np
Other Fillings ...50cto$i
The only dental office in Hono
lulu where teeth are extracted and
filled without pain.
The EXPERIENCE in dentistry
of our operators began OVER
TWENTY YEARS ago when they
entered a dental office and their ex
perience has been continuous since
that time, through college and after
GRADUATION in 18S6 from the
DENTAL DEPARTMENT of the
UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVA
NIA. You can see our diploma and
certificate of registration in Hawaii
with dates, on the walls of our office.
Each department in charge of a
All work fully guaranteed. j
Come and see us. We will examine
your teeth free of chage.
Every instrument thoroughly steriliz
ed before use. .
Lady in attendance. Hours, 8 to 6;
Sundays, 9 to 12.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4. Elite building, Hotel street.
Over Hart & Co.'s Ice Cream Parlors.
f Ibe Weir Self-Sealing
stone Fruit Jars
Theee jars have been on the market for a numer of
years, and have given ihe best of satisfaction. They are a
perfect SELF-SEA LING JAR, are practically unbreakable,
will exclude the light as well as air, and you cn tell in
advance whether fruit will keep. Thi jar can be opened
and closed by a child without burning of fingers or scal
ding of hands no slivers of glass can get into tha fruit
no metal comes in contact with the fruit no corrosive
substance can gather in the lids or threads of the jar
The most perfect sanitary jar made. These jars make an
excellent container for milk and butter as they can be
placed in the refrigerator and the contents of the jar ar
absolutely protected from taint. $
Theo. H, Davies & Co.,
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 22.
If priceaand quality count then we can expect a iirge sale
this week. We have put at big bargain prices a large canity of
extra fine quality bedroom towels. Genuine and important
Full bleached fine Iri-h double satin damask towels, many
different designs with knotted fringe ends. Regular price 75c,
this sale 50c.
Fine Irish huck towels, fringed ends, eome with colored
border, regular 65c quality. This week 50c. Regular 50c qual
ity; this eale 40c.
Large assortment of linen damask scarfs of fine quality,
with hemstitched and openwork end-?, suitable for bureaus,
washbtands, sideboards, etc. On special sale this week at prices
from 35c to $2 each. Some pickings from our stock.
Yarns, Yarns, Yarns
Germantown, Saxony and Two-fold Zephyr, in all the best
shades. For crochet work, baby jackets, slippers, ehawle, etc.
Contractors and Stockmns' Tents, Canvas
Hammocks, Awnings, Wagon Covert3, Laundry
Bag- and general canvas work of all kinds.
T E NTS
Pearson & Potter Co.,
Union and Hotel Sts. Phone Main 317
Heavy Silk Cords
for cushions, etc., in plain and pretty combinations.
in rolls of 16 yards. Price 65c per yard or $9.50 piece.
for the little ones at ages from
1 to 4 all made of the softest
material, tucked and hemstitch
ed square 'yoke.... $1.00
Same material with round yoke
Clinton J. Hutchlns,
Handmade short dresses, very
plain and neat and of good ma
terial $3.00 and $3.50
Children's Aprons, low neck
aprons to keep the dresses clean,
ruffles around neck and sleeves.
In comfort, healthfulness and
durability; in softness, and deli
cacy of contact with the human
form they are unrivaled. Call
and see them.
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