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SUNDAY ADVERTISER, APRIL 29, 1906.
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OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO MOTHERS
Fleisher's Worsted Yarns
THE FLEISHER YARNS are the best. They .are imi
form, lofty and elastic, and are dyed in a full line of beautifu
rfnhlf in everv vvav and will stand
the test of wear and washing.
We have a full line of white, black and colors.
FLEISHER'S SHETLAND FLOSS
FLEISHER'S GERMANTOWN ZEPHYR
FLEISHER'S ICE WOOL
Try our new line of
All Lace Tan Hose, 35c per
Pair; all Sizes
THE NEW LINGERETTE DRESS PROTECTOR
No sewing. Slips on like a corset cover. 75c.
Our new line of
Mercerized White Goods;
will surely please you. Exquisite designs, with a very silky
finish. Mercerized Madras; all new patterns, at 30c, 35c,
and 40c. a yard
Mercerized Oxfords at 35c. a yard.
Mercerized White Crepe at 25c. a yard.
In order to gain room we begin Monday morning a most impor
tant sale of seasonable goods at almost half their value. The line
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All Wool Albatross
The leading material of the season. Stylish, light weight,
and suitable for this climate. White, black and all the leadinsr
shades. Double width. 65c a yard.
CHILDREN'S AND I -FANTS
These goods are all washable, nicely trimmed with lace or em
broidery and just right for warm weather.
Sale Begins Monday Morning, April 30, 1906.
$ .75 Hats for $ .45
.go " " .50
1.00 " " .65
1.25 " " .80
1.50 " " .90
1.75 " " 1.00
2.00 " " 1.25
2.50 " " 1.60
2.75 " x-90
3.75 " " 2.50
All washable; cute
styles; including the
Dutch and French
$ .25 Bonnets $ .10
50 " .25
75 " -40
1. 00 " .60
1.25 " .80
1.50 " 1 .00
1-75 " 1. 15
2.00 " 1.25
2.25 " 1.40
Very stylish and
becoming ; washable
and nicely trimmed
with lace or em
broidery ; in all
white, light blue,
pink, and cardinal.
$.75 Bonnets for $.40
1.00 " " .65
1.25 " " .90
Made of good ma
terial; trimmed with
neat embroidery or
25c Sun Bonnets 15c
50c " " 37V2C
75C " 'V 45c
90c " " 65c
Poke Sun Bonnets.
$ .50 Bonnets 25c
1.25 " 65c
All Wool Twilled Flannel
Good for men's wear. Navy blue and scarlet. Regular 60c
quality. Slightly imperfect. On sale at 37c yard.
More New Belts
This time a sample line of leather belts of high grades,
only one of a kind. From 75c to $1.50.
New Line of Ladies' Black
Silk Dress Skirts
Very stylish; very latest cut and style; exceedingly hand
some. From $12.00 upwards.
Ladies' Long Silk Coats
Only one of a kind. Very stylish and swell. In black, navy
blue, and grey.
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Few people have not read "The Raven" and "The
Bells," poems by Edgar Allen Foe, but his wonderful prose
works have only recently begun to be appreciated.
Poe's marvelous imagination has originated many
splendid short stories which have been the inspiration of
many more recent writers.
Dr. A. Conan Doyle, for instance, admits using Poe's
"Dupin" as the model for his "Sherlock Holmes."
If you want to get a glimpse of Poe's great genius get
a set of his books.
Set, beautifully bound, $10.
Do., more elaborate, $15.
Sold on easy payments.
Wm. G. Lyon Company, Limited.
Hotel and Fort St., Upstairs.
Subscriptions for San
1 The contributions to the San Fran-
cis'j'j relief fund are now coming in
from the other islands, and, as was
the case among the Honolulu sub-
business here in coal, lime and lumber
and has evidently decided to make
further effort to obtain local patronage
now that San Francisco's resources
are temporarily crippled.
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WHICH INCLUDES A SPLENDID VARIETY
OF TEA POTS, SUGAR BOWLS. CREAM
ERS, CUPS AND SAUCERS. PLATES. FRUIT
SAUCERS, GIN TRAYS, BON BON BOXES,
VASES, TOOTH BRUSH HOLDERS, EGG
CUPS. MATCH SAFES, PEPPER AND SALT
SHAKERS, TOOTH PICK HOLDERS, CAN
DLESTICKS, ETC., ETC.
scribers. there has been a readv re
j sponse to the requests of the soliciting
, committees. Yesterday Hilo, Lahaina,
jKthala and Wailuku were heard from,
the collectors asked to serve by she
! Territorial Committee at those points
(announcing a total of at least S1500,
part of which was forwarded.
Carl S. Smith, of Hilo. writes to
Secretary Wood that in the neighbor
; hood of $1000 has been raised by him
j with the assistance of Judse Parsons.
'Tiiis sum is for the most part subscrib-
t ed among the employes of the Hilo 1
. tiisii.fss houses, as the headquarters
for these firms are principally in Ho
nolulu, where the firm subscription.
har been made.
From the employes of the Pioneer
MiU Co., at Lahaina, Maui, A. Hal
Lrsr sent a draft for S2.4S.50, with a
letter stating that a i2-er amount
would have been forthcoming had
l.tr.- been more time allowed for the
canvass. He will forward any addt
liens to the subscription list.
Th. subscriptions from Wailuku will
be sent forward on the Claudine, C.
B. Weller. chairman of the Wailuku
committee, writing that funds were
being collected at that noint.
A money order for $73.50 has been re
ceived from H. L. Holstein, of Kohala,
who says that there will be mora to
follow on the next steamer, when t.ie
list -.veil be forwarded.
WORKS AT HUT
McKerma, Superintendent of the ca
ble company at San Francisco, "who
rose into prominence as the man who
after working for forty-eight hours
with little food and no sleep, sent out
news of San Francisco's plight to the
world, is still at the cable hut near the
Cliff House. His entire staff is with
him. They are comfortably housed,
having a number of rooms in tho cable
station. McKenna has not been back
to the city since the morning of the
FRASER CABLES DAILY
BATCH OF GOOD NEWS
(Continued from Page I.)
A. CHAMBERLAIN FAMILY, 2317 Charming Way, Berkeley.
MARY DOYLE. 2151 Fifteenth street.
MRS. L. BEAL, 2901 Pacific avenue.
LISBON, SCHWEITZER, LARKSPUR and A. H. McGREGOR, Stockton,
ALLEN DUNN, 271 Lisbon street.
MRS. T. SPENCER FAMILY, 915 Hampshire street. ' '
W. K. McCOMBER, North' Berkeley.
MRS. PETRIE, 1461 Nineteenth street, Oakland.
DALTON HARRISON, 310 Thirteenth street, Oakland. ' ' f
MOTHER OF MRS. C. McBRYDE, Mills Valley.
MRS. M. E. MURPHY, Santa Clara. Tell Mrs. Pillar to come.
MARY BELDING, Point Richmond.
MRS. SAM DICKSON, 2308 California street, Berkeley. ; .
W. NEEDHAM'S FAMILY, Floriston, Cal.
W. G. ROWLAND, Jr., 3720 Army street. '
LILLY PICKARD, Gait, Cal;
EVA ROE'S MOTHER, Floriston, Cal.
GEORGE BALCH, 67 Scott street.
J. A. FARRAN, Vallejo.
THE AFTERNOON LIST.
Fraser sent the following list to Governor Atkinson yesterday afternoon:
SAN FRANCISCO, April 28, 10:56 HARRY TT7CK family. 1024 Ellis.
A. M. To ATKINSON. Honolulu: MRS. M. QUINTON. 10 Chattanooga
JOHN S. ELLIS and wife, Brent-1 street.
SEBELLE. 3064 Sacramento
ALDRICH and family, So-
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
Conjugation of the word "buss," "to kiss": Buss A kiss. Eebus To
kiss again. Pluribus To kiss many times. Syllabus To kiss a homely girl.
Jilunderbus To kiss the wrong person. Omnibus To kiss everybody. Erebus
To kiss in the dark. Saturday Evening Tost.
That the disaster in San Francisco
has been taken advantage of bv H
least one northern firm, in order to jl,?c
a trade foothold in Hawaii, is evi
denced bv the advertisement of the
American Mercantile Company, of
Tacoma. Wash., appearing in this is
sue. A. F. Cooke received cabled in
structions one day last week to insert
The firm in question has for some
time past bee.n doing- more or k-ss
Brainerd H. Smith has received a
cable from the Hidalgo Plantation
and Commercial Co. saying that their
loss is slight and the records are all
safe. . j
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A cablegram received from Jared j
Smith yesterday stated that he will I
return to Honolulu on the Moana,
reaching- here from Vancouver May
5th. The cablegram was from Spokane. !
Washington. Mr. Smith had intended
to come home on the Mangolia, but
stopped over at Lincoln. Neb., and by
that probably missed being in San
Francisco at the . time of the earth
John Burns, ex-working-man. now
cabinet minister, once contended pub
licly that no man's work is worth more
than $2,500 a year. But John Burns
has had to take a good deal of rally
ing, since, with his 500 pounds maxi
mum on record, he has accepted an
office which pays 2,000 pounds. In Bat
tersea, during the recent election, he
had to endure some good-humored
heckling- by his constituents on this
subject. He answered that he was, at
any rate, receiving- only the prevailing
rate of wages in his new trade. When
one courageous woman in his audience
rose to put the pointed inouiry, "But
what do you do with the money, John?"
his sufficient reply was. "Go ask the
MRS. WM. P. STINSON, JENNINGS
and JIpLEES, 1510 Benton. Alameda:
notify transport Logan.
MRS. A. F. DIXON, 3231 Oxford, N.
W. L. BROMLEY, 570 E. 11th street,
ANNE KENNEY and family, 103 Ney
B. J. RICE, ALLAN JUDD. Sullivan
Barn Station. Mission and Charles.
GRACE BUCHANAN DUNN. 271
W. S. BURPEE,
A. K. BRL'XSO.Y,
C. L. GILMORE and family. Point
Richmond; notify Wassman, Kona.
SAM A. MONSARRAT, Belvedere,
MRS. FLORENCE LA MOTTE, Hed
ding street. San Jose.
BEN L. KAMAKAU. Palo Alto.
A. F. ST. SURE family. 1214 Chest
E. W. BURKE, WM. DOUTHITT,
mother and ADA. Los Angeles.
MABEL and FRED. EDWARDS,
Oakland; notify Kilauea, Kauai.
MISS MILDRED HUSHAW. Win
ADOLPH G. HOTTENDORF. 325
Alma. Palo Alto.
NORMAN BROWNE, Buriingame.
MRS. N. C. ALDRICH. Stafford
ALEX. D. LARNACH, family and)
other Haivaiians. 232 Lytton, Palo Alto, j
MRS. M. ROBINSON. San Luisj
Obispo; notify Bertha B. Bootes, Ka-j
waiahao .all well.
Notify Vasconcellos, Kahului, MAN
UEL well. 70S Golden Gate avenue.
MRS. JOHN HANSMANN. San Lui9
FRANK WILLIAMS. GEO. ENGLE,
GEO. SHORES, WM. MALIANA. all
at Idora' Park. Oakland.
HARRY WAGENER, 1S15 Wollsey,
S. Berkeley. '
GERALD KING. 4134 Gilbert, Oak
land. HENRY NAAI, 523 Stanyan.
SAM KAXELA wife. Oakland.
BILL FERNANDEZ, Oakland.
Tell Wilson, Irwin Co., cable ALEX.
COCKBURN $100, care Fraser.
DOUGLAS M. FYFE, 537 Fell.
W. A. LEONARD family. 403 Clay
ton; notify Hilo.
A. LEVY, 1718 O'Farrell.