SUNDAY ADVERTISER, JANUARY v 19, igo8.
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Entire Stock of Trimmed Felt Hats at 33 1-3 Per. Cent Discount
White Bed Spreads
Values that cannot be duplicated at the present market prices
At $1.50 extra quality, full size, a variety of patterns to se-
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At $1.75 extra heavy, full size, new patterns.
At $2.00 and $2.25, exceptionally good values, full size,
At $2.50 upw. white Marseille bed spreads. ,
Marseille Bed Spreads scalloped all around with corners to
1 fit brass beds ; something new.
Bed Spreads, for single beds, correct size, extra quality, $1.25
Crib Bed Spreads, regulation size, extra quality, $1.25 each.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Outing Flannels V
Flannelettes, plaids, checks and stripes at 10c and 12.1-2C
a yard. '
EDEN CLOTH in fancy stripes, pretty colorings at 6 vds.
for $1.00, and 20c a yd. '
VELQUR FLANNELS for dressing sacques and house
gowns; beautiful patterns and colorings, 6 yds. for $1.00.
EIDER-DOWN, best quality, 37 inches wide. All colors,
60c a yd. . . '
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Blankets and Comforters
Get ready for the cool nights. We are offering extraordin
ary values, and a good assortment to select from.
WHITE COTTON BLANKETS, at 75c, 90c and $1 a pair.
Extra white cotton blankets at $1.50 and $1.75 a pair.
Part wool, white blankets, extra size, $2.75 a pair
All wool, white blankets, full size, $3.00 and $3.50 a pair.
GREY AND TAN COTTON BLANKETS, from $1.00 a
Grey wool and red wool blankets in all qualities.
A'larsre assortment to select from, well
very pretty patterns and colors. Silkoline, Sateen and Silk cov
comforters, from $1.50 upward.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Next to the Fish
market, King St.,
and order some of
their - - -
Telephone V - 251
Send Your Suit
' ' ' To the ' ' ?.,..
EAGLE DYEING AND
Telephone 575 FORT STREET
We have the best Japanese importa
SILKS and CREPES,
AMERICAN and PANAMA HATS
For Ladies and Gentlemen
IAWKAMi, Hbte! Street
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Blindness, and women sailing on white
Seas where no placid sails have ever
Dreams like wan demons on waste
Through dulling fevered eyes. The
dregs and lees
Of wine long spilt to dead divinities.
Gray, empty days when Spring is
never green, . .
Can the heart answer what these
Can the Ufe ft0.1? 5?J hopelessness a
Love lying low in the long plea-sanf
Youth with his eager face agaiflst
the sun, ' '
They may not guess the hours when
these shall pass,
In what drear coin such lovely dreams
At what grim cost their flowery
days are won, '
When man is old and lonely and
the ancient great
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Hawaii's Coming Day
Alice B. Thompson.
The cocoa palms may bend and sway &
Above a lovely ocean, '
And in the valleys maile crush
In warm and fragrant sunshine
This is Hawaii nei
And. her possessions! ',
But . listen to the murmur growing
From out her fertile soil f
That but awaits the plough and seed -
To make" its power known, .
How from itself great forests may push k
Into enduring beauty , 6
And golden fruits and grain-tipped, rices ' . 1ft
Eipen in splendor o'er the land. "
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Break ground, and let the rich earth burst ;
Into flower and treasure! . ,
Then shall the quiet homestead spread f
It's peace upon the plains, ,
This then shall be Hawaii-nei
And her possessions.
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j.ne cream tnat aaas mucn to this lovely fruit is p
to be had from us fresh every day. You cannot
et a more satisfactory article.
Metropolitan Meat Company, Ltd.
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Fort Street
Over May & Co.
In colored pomp that flamed like the
To this where liberty hath raised
A hundred nations Into one?
How would their gods of battle class!
With thine? Thine iron ships would
elide ' .
Through triremes as through broken
Thy guns would eoll the phalanx'
pride, 1 "
thg treasures that the Great Kings
lost ' V. . ',T;Tr'-"
A t fctlSa or Persepolis
Were baubles to the giant cost
That makes one City what It is.
Out of the deaths I cry,
Gods who fashioned me,
Out of the earth and 'sky
And rush and roar of the sea;
Gods who , fasnloned me
Where the waters flow and croon,
What bitter jest filled the heart of ye
As ye laughed 'neath the scornful
moon ? .
Say, was there never nigh
A higher God than ye?
Why, did you work 'neath the mid
On the night ye fashioned me?
Rest, Poet, in thy simple grave:
The tangled hum of Sabbath bells
Throbs round thee, and the winsome
Comes from the genial fells.
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fride folds the fallen dust of kings:
Sleep, Poet, with the sons of toil,
'Mid sanctity of homely things,
Sealed in God's scentetj soilt
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To throw barrel hoftp iit'A other
Wooden scraps into a Ytfi, ail see
them come out tirnvl 'to chemically
pure sugar seems a 'jnderful achieve
ment, but that iVMie claim an inventor
makes for his device, which is described
in "Popular Mechanics." The machine,
says the article, is composed of a water
boiler, a furnace, for heating steam nn
til it turns into hydrogen and oxygen,
a retort in which the' charcoal is re
duced to a gas and mixed with the
hydrogen and oxygen, a water tank in
which the combination of gases is
cooled, an air compressor and a set of
highly charged electrodes. The inventor
piled pine wood, eucalyptus, corn cas,
barrel hoops and other wooden articles
into an 'oven, where they became char
coal. Thirty or more pounds of this he
placed in the retort. Twenty minutes
later, when things were getting hot, he
started the air compressor and a set of
highly charged electrodes. The water,
converted into steam, passed "through a
heater, where it was disassociated into I
hydrogen; and oxygen at a' temperature f
of 3;O0Q degrees, The mixture of gases'
was then compressed upon the carbon i
heated to a like temperature. Then he
let the compressed gas flow past the,!
electrodes, and a fine nMf 01 powdered
gaf burst frfy the end of the pipe.
Thirty mWUes later it ceased. The
entire Output was about seventy pounds
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, The illustrated Souvenir of the Con.
gressional visit last May has been is
sued from the presses of the Gazette
company in the form of a second edi
tion. It is "a work of beautiful typo
graphy and contains halftone pictures
covering a variety of island subjects.
As a supplemental souvenir to Pic
turesque Hawaii it is. invaluable. The
price of the Souvenir is fifteen cents.
US A NEW LINE OF
We have the taste necessary to give
your pictures an artistic framing.
The Pacific Picture
Nuuanu, below Hotel Street
Beautiful Potted Plants, etc.
Mrs. Ethel M. Taylor
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Hats built to conform to the stvle and figure of
the wearer giving them an individuality that puts C
them above ordinary hat conceptions.
"Dunn Hats" are vogue.
MRS. DUNN'S MILLINERY SHOP
LL RIGHT . . .
FOR THE ARMY ALL RIGHT FOR YOU
Some people have a false impression that '
iiaP. igj i Jo. sjl ,sym
We'd like them to know that it recently underwent a
thorough chemical analysis by the experts of the Depart
ment of Agriculture, and was found to be
Wholly Free' From Cocaine
Upon this showing, the sale of the beverage m the Army
'Canteen was authorized, and Coca Cola was guaranteed under
Pure Food and Drugs Act, Serial No. 3324. .
Uncle Sam's men like it because it is invigorating and
refreshing, and relieves fatigue.
It's the best hot-weather drm,k on the market, and it is
BOTTLED EXCLUSIVELY BY
Naviaiian Soda Wlfork
HILLS BROTHERS, Proprietors.
THE END OF THE ELOPEMENT.
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