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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, JANUARY
31, 1904. . .
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therefore we feel certain of making
so mistake in recommending it. We
ar conservative druggists and . do
sot recommend everything that
MtB along. When we tell you a
medicine is right depend on this
statement It is always backed up
with our "money back" argument.
Ton, never take any chances.
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"Pit is the most exciting of all
games that have become popular
Tor sale by- o
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HAWAII SHINPO SHA.
TUB PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT
tag office. The -publisher of Hawaii
Shinpo, the only dally JapanMe paper
published in the Territory of Hawaii.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
T. SOGA. Editor.
Editorial and Printing Offle 1M
Jknith St., boY Kixjr. Phone Mala .
! SOCIETY !
The Princess Emma Defries grave a
luau and an exhibition of ancestral ka
hilis yesterday, at which a consider
able number of her friends, ladies and
gentlemen of both races, were present.
Old men, retainers of the family, wear
ing high silk hats and carrying spears,
stood at the doorways and in the room
where the kahilis were shown. The tro
phies were very beautiful and the ex
hibition room was adorned with ja.ti'i
capes made to represent the yellow
feather cloaks anciently worn by Ha
waiian royalty. The feast was laid in
the spacious basement of the Defries
homestead and was very abundant, and
appetizing, the roast pig being fat and
done to a turn, the fish being all that
the fame of a Hawaiian luau has led
gourmands to expect and the rest of
the delicacies also being those which
are usual at the princely tables of the
native race. There were liquids to
taste, from soda water up the scale of J
beverages to some choice brands of I
that which cheers. The Princess Emma
served and the Princess Theresa help
ed entertain. The latter had, since her
bereavement, been somewhat out of so
ciety, and at the luau she was welcom
ed back with the social honors due her
rank. The presence of the two royal
ladies was the occasion of a flutter
among some tourist guests who, not
haviner exDerience with people who
have occupied the steps of a throne,
were at a loss how to take them. But
the unfailing friendliness and tact of
the two Princesses, especially the ur
bane and stately hostess, put them at
their ease. The guests began to gather
about three o'clock and the luau was
served at a quarter past five. There
was music by a Hawaiian orchestra
and an aged native chanted meles and
hulas, also following- the ancient cus
torn the genealogy of the Princess who
received her friends with so fine and
gracious a hospitality.
If one may judge from the skill and
artistic taste of those who are to per
form at the musicale to be given in the
residence of Admiral Terry on Thurs
day evening next there is no doubt a
treat in store for the audience on that
occasion. The program win inciuae me
Piano Solo .:. Miss Jeffreys
Vocal Solo Mrs. Geo. Macfarlane
Vocal Solo Mr. Isaac Dillingham
Intrumental Duet. Mr. and Miss Frazier
Vocal Solo.... Miss Alice Campbell
...Mrs. Humphreys and Mrs. Hawes
Vocal Solo Miss Terry
Vocal Solo.. : Mr. Geo. Davie s
Vocal Solo ..Miss Kelly
Vocal, Quartette. .
Miss Terry, Miss von Holt, Mr.
Dillingham. Mr. Terry.
Messrs. Bechtel, Love, Marx, Rosen,
C. Shiozawa and Dr. Katsumuna
gave Marshal Hendry a send-off at the
Japanese Club, Waikiki, last night. A
number of the Federal officials were
Mrs. John Nott celebrated her 70th
birthday anniversary on Friday-even
Yesterday Dr. and Mrs. "Walters cele
brated the tenth anniversary of their
wedding by a great feast at the new
Herbert bungalow on Kinau street.
The guests were Mr. and Mrs. 'Allan
Herbert, Dr. Herbert and Wife, Dr.
Humphris and wife, Mrs. Miller and
daughter and friends of the family.
The menu had some rare European
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Makee are theV
guests of Dr. and Mrs. George Her
bert. Little Marcus Monsarratt was the
host on "Wednesday afternoon at a
party for nearly a hundred of his
young friends. The entertainment
was given at the residence of Mr. 'and
Mrs. Haistead, "Wilder avenue. Owing
to the inclement weather the party j
was given indoers where games were
the vogue during the afternoon. Lit
tle tables were set in the dining room
and the feast comprised all the dain
ties that young folk covet. The place
cards were heart-shaped and were
adorned with figures of Hooligans,
Katzenjammer kids and others of the
comic supplement family.
Mrs. J. F. Humburg entertained at
dinner on Friday evening.
Among the recent acquisitions to
musical circles is Miss Terry, daughter
of Admiral Terry, whose 'charming
voice has been heard so far by but few
of her friends.
Next Saturday evening at Punahou
College a number of ambitious young
amateur Thespians will present two
plays, "My Uncle's .Vill," and "An
A movement is afoot among the so
ciety folk of Punahou and Manoa to
definitely set asids days for receiving
which will not conflict, and it has been
proposed by several , Punahou ladies
that Punahou receive the first and
third Mondays and Manoa and Col
lege Hills the second and fourth Mondays.
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THE PRINCESS .
Mrs. "W. H. Babbitt was hostess on
Thursday at a luncheon given for Mrs.
Searle of California. The other guests
were Mrs. Brock, Misses Macfarlane,
Miss White. .
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On Tuesday Mrs. Focke gave a
luncheon for Mrs. Neumann, Mrs.
Humphris, Mrs. Deering and Miss
Mrs. Stack and Miss Taft, friends of
Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson, are here
from Chicago for a five weeks stay.
Mrs. C. L. Wight entertained at cards
on Monday for Mrs. von Tempsky.
Mr. E. D. Tenney celebrated his
birthday anniversary on Tuesday even
ing with a dinner to twenty-four of
his friends, mostly married. It was a
royal dinner, the guests sitting at a cir
cular table which was beautifully dec
orated In red. The cards were large-
sized champagne bottles decorated with
leis. A rhyme befitting the dinner was
given to each person, some of them
were exceedingly clever, and the sal
lies of wit , were keenly relished, for all
were read aloud. The guests were Mr.
and Mrs.C. S. Hollo way, Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. "V. Forster, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Dowsett, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kim
ball, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivers, Mr.
and Mrs. S. G. Wilder, Mr. and Mrs.
Percy Benson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Faxon
Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Macfar
lane, Mrs. Nellie Noonan and Mr.
Mrs. Mary Gunn will give a Leap
Tear party on February 12 at- the Ha-
waiiarrHotel. The invitations are now
Matinee Band Concert.
The usual Sunday band concert
will be given at the Capitol grounds at
3 o'clock, when the following ' program
will be played:
"The Old Hundred."
VGrand Festal March" Kappey
Qverture "Light Cavalry" Suppe
Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi
Vocal "Four American Songs"... ...
' arr. by Berger
Vocal "Four Hawaiian Songs"
arr. by Berger
Fantasia "In Switzerland" Hume
Ballad "Elua Maka Uliuli" ..Heins
Finale "Popular Airs" Mackie
. "The Star Spangled Banner."
Sociological Lec urea.
The lecture course at Punahou begin
ning Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
CHURCH SERVICES TODAY.
CENTRAL UNION, Kincaid, morning
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Snodgrass morning, Nash evening. -
utKMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH, Felmy, morning.
KAWAIAHAO CHURCH, Parker, morning and evening.
METHODIST CHURCH. Pearson, morning and evening.
is.tuK.UAiNi..!J UiUKth Ut JLA1 1
KUJIAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, Services at 0, 7. 9 10:30, 2 and 7.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL, Special service in the interests of the
jiroinernooa oi or. Aiiarew s at 7:30
tiisnop, the Kev. h.. l. thompson qt
renton bmith. The service will be ot special interest to men. Alter tne service
several will be admitted into the Brotherhood. .
ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH, morning and evening.
ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHAPEL (R. C), Waikiki, Valentin, services at 8 :30 and 3.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST (R. C), Kalihi-waena, Clement, Septuagesima
Sunday; 6:30 a. m., high mass with
airer mass; 4 p. m., rosary.
STi TOSEPH'S. (R. C.) Moanalua. 11a.m.
j OUR LADY OF THE MOUNT. Septuagesima Sunday, the church of Our I
Lady of the Mount, Kaiulani. Kalihi-uka, in charge of Rev. Father Clement, j
10 :30 a. m., mass with sermon, collection and rosary. I
TRY THIS ON YOUR PIANO
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merits a large attendance. Mrs. Mary
Roberts Smith will speak on "The
Causes of Poverty in Cities." The lec
turer adds to a thorough knowledge of
the latest thought along sociological
lines, wide experience on the lecture
platform. The Toung Men's Research
Club, under whose auspices the lectures
are to be given, extends a general in
vitation to all interested whether ladies
oi gentlemen. The lectures are free.
-Some of the most remarkable Egyp
tian jewelry ever discovered has re
cently been unearthed. The date as
signed is as remote as 5000 B. C, but
the workmanship in gold and jewels
is marvelous. In exploring the tomb
of King Zer it was found that the tomb
had been entered for robbery at some
remote period and that the plunderers
had broken off the arm of the mummy
aueen and hidden it in a. crevicft in
the wall perhaps on being discovered
or alarmed and had never returned to
On taking off the wrappings Profes-
bracelets of Told, with amethvat. tur-
elegant adjustments. The gold work
was peculiarly fine and delicate, though
the metal was soft and pure, apparent-
ly with no hardening alloy. The
stones were beautiful and very strik-
A number of amethyst beads of the
richest, and deepest purple, about a
quarter of an inch in diameter, are in
the possession of Mr. Edward Ayer of
Chicago. He obtained them from
Dashone, Egypt, they being from the
treasures in the tomb of Princess Mer
it, daughter of Amenhotep II., of the
The Fibres of the Hawaiian Islands is
a treatise by Leopold G. Blackman
which has been issued by the Bernice
P. Bishop Museum. It will prove useful
to those who are interested in the local
production of hemp, as it covers all
the fibrous growths common to this
Friedenthal will make a return visit
rh "rTnnnlnln nn TTVlv 5th
They had been discussing the baby's
ears, eyes and nose. "And I think it's
got its fathers hair, said the joytul
vrntncr mr.tht.-r -Oil Jc ;W err,
it? I noticed it was missing." And as
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the tall girl with the suave manner said
this, the mother looked dubiously at
Friedenthal, the famous pianist, will
be In Honolulu on Feb. 5th.
and evening: Christian Endeavor, 6:3a
.K JJA x , oAiiN 1 o, waller, morning ana
,-uul,V uV'y "n "cn caPn. lined,
p. m. nuuresscs win ue maue uy me
rortiana, uregon, ana tne Kev. w. ii. 1
sermon and collection; Sunday school j
MX. . 1 1
oreatt clearance sale
ON RECORD- fr
OUR ALTERATIONS ARE IN PROGRESS. WE
MUST DISPOSE OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK REGARD
LESS OF COST.
40c and 50c Col Hose, 15c
35c Children's Stockings
20c and 25c Men's Socks,
20c and 25c Ribbons, 5c
and ioc yard.
50c Fancy Ribbons, 25c
All our odds and ends of
embroidery are less than cost.
2 Papers of Pins, 5c.
1 Pair Dress Shields, 10c.
2 Spools Col. Cotton, 5c.
1 Pkg. Tape, 12 pieces, 15c.
E. W. Jordan & Co., Ltd.
Here are surprising bargains for
alert buyers. (
For Three Days Only
WHITE KID GLOVES
Every pair guaranteed perfect.
Stitphed in white and black, two
clasps and four buttons. b, 6-2,
62, 7, 7-2; regular $1.50
quality, bale price, 75c.
BLACK KID GLOVES
All perfect, two clasps. Sizes
6, 1, 7H, 1. and 8; regular
price, 81.50. Sale price, 75c.
I CORDED SILKS
All good colorings, suitable for
waists. bUo values, 35c.
j DRESDEN RIBBONS
4i1553-Ie.JateBt -dg?. 150
quality, iuc: io quality, loc.
j All good patterns and colorings;,
I regular 20o and 25o value. Sale
I price, 12 I-Zc
PILLOW CASE, COTTON
Exoellent Peouot brand.
value, 20c. Our special sale price,
H. S. SACHS OBY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets.
sails nrnm m mmmii
Fort St., Opposite Star Block.
Have your old SUITS MADE TO
LOOK L E NEW. Dyeing and press
ing. Tailoring. The renewing of ladies'
clothing a specialty. Prices very low.
Phone White 2362.
down fire upon their heathen altar anH
rr- . .
I rne is.intr noroincf tUo a j
, . u man,
. T , , enge a natlonal religion. He would yield to a test of power
. c",v- -"""K" i-j mar aione.
"1U,C "ame. llom aoove, he would
mon me celestial hre, would they yield
" , i 1 niar; jnjan tne
I , l "e wantea nrc it came,
"um inc rvmg.
iji iuidii. inreatenea dv tie Hem
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c.u.ci ujrub or travellers, lor both bore
corn. And through all his life of prophecy through all the years when the
powers ot Heaven and Hell, of Earth and
, r T . '
M.V- V I- . raged waytarer
with hair about his shoulders and the
wen, ui uuc time, came tne end ot all.
Back comes the Tishbite to earth
nothing of where he has been meanwhile.
'"s u uc nas oeen meanwnne.
ounuing. in tne vaults ot which lie more gold than even Croesus knew Instead
n a" altar of fire and priests of Baal he sees the live charcoal of the prill and
v.wa..,s ,111 iuC smmui cneis wno ao
vci anu vun giass ana snining linen,
wring mm 100a; it is borne by better servitors and more highly paid than
ary Ahab had. Course after course comes and goes- the Lucullan banquet is
prolonged two hours; and when the bill is paid more money passes than the
herdsman of Gibeon ever saw. Nor does the little man summon any of our
modern Kings to repent and cease the worship of their false gods Far from
r- re is one witn tnem in love of creature comforts and respect for Mammon
.nu wic luiuiudim is Lome unto tne and give me all you have And when
he gets it he goes travell inc with a secretarv a nwtc utont -
and a companion and spends money almost as recklessly as' his old enemv Ahab
did when he left his ivory palace and went
of the town.
vvnat will iUijah be in his next mcarnatmn ? Tf V. rnmc ,e
has done in the last few thousand years
That suit of Hugh Craig's against
but Craig. When Dowie first came to
brought a letter to Mr. Craig, from an
the strength of it borrowed money.
i umy renaia in Dart. Un nuic'c rctitm
the remainder and got nothinsr but a chill.
the Lord, then," was Dowie's calm reply,
It is not generally known that Honolulu has several "whiskered" newsboys.
It's a fact, and though they have whiskers the tallest of the group is not more
than four feet' four inches and his years reach no further than 10. There is
a family of Portuguese children, four
one has a well developed set of
le-A-er end of the jaw bone. Otherwise
O.The boys are a source of amusement
WOOL DRESS GOODS.
80c Grenadine, 40c yard.
$1.00 Plaid Goods, 50c yard.
$1.00 Blue Crepon, 50c yard.
$1.50 Black Crepon, $1.00 yd.
20c Batiste, ioc yard.
15c Percaline, ioc yard.
25c Morie, ioc yard.
Odd shades of lining less
than half their cost.
Ladies' Wash Veils,
Ladies' Corsets, 25c each.
Ladies' Lisle Gloves, 15 c
Sale begins Monday-
Fob. 1, 1904.
B, F, Mart Co
Our selling In this department
has been exceptionally large this
season, thousands and thou
sands of yards were sold nat
urally many lines were left with
the assortment broken, and
these we are now determined to
close out at once. Among them
are the choicest of
Values ranging from 15c. to S5c.
per yard. All at the one price
Bale begins Monday, Feb. 1st,
1904, at 8 o'clock.
BEAVER. LUNCH ROOMS
H. . NOLTB.
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WHU IldU Warned
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caaea tne iisnbite, no one knows why,
ji tne priests ot Uaal could kindle their
yield to them: if not. and he could sura-
to him? Baal knew not the sunglass
nsnoite was deep in the secrets of the
confounding the priests and wringing a
uut even then there was no soft life
h in r, ...i
....v. ... a. noiuwuiJC WIICJC TaVCI'S,
the same name, fed him of thoir d and
v. tv ma iv niviu u.
of the desert, a shaggy, unclean, Bedouin
callous feet of the sheep-herder. And
after centuries of death, remembering
He is a little dumpy man now. with
He is a little dumpy man now with
and he comes from palaces of his own
nis Didding; and at a table spread with
he awaits their pleasure. Ravens do
out to see the vineyards and get a whirl
he may become the worm that dieth not."
Dowie has its comic aspect to evervbodv
San Francisco, sixteen vears asro. he
old friend of the insurance man's, and on
This sum, a quite large one, the prophet
tn tr, n f , r-: t,.
Then he thmtpn c.10 c;.i,
"you lent it to Him through me."
in all. who sell papers every day. Each
"side-burns" reaching from the temples to the
the face is free from hirsute adornment.
to their fellow "newsies" and strangers
0COOOH) take a second look at them. x