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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1908.
New seven-room house;
electric lights, gas, sewer
Fruit trees on lot. Terms
easy. Price $2500.
Trent Trust Co.,
Will be paid ty the HAWAIIAN OA
EETTE CO.. LTD., for the arrest and
onrietion of any person found stealing
opiea of the Advertiser from ad-
dreuet of subscribers.
C 8. CRANE,
We Serve the Best
Beer in Honolulu
Every Day Every flight
GOOD SQUARE MEALS
OR LIGHT LUNCHES
"Merchant and Richards StreeJsJJj
FAREWELL DANCE AT
SEASIDE THIS ElfEfJIfJG
A farewell dance for the officers of
the Pacific fleet will be held at the
Honolulu Seaside Hotel this evening.
A cordial invitation is extended to local
society folk, army and navy residents,
and the patrons of the "Seaside. This
will be Honolulu's last opportunity to
greet our naval visitors, as the fleet is
due to sail early tomorrow morning for
Court. Lunalilo No. C600, A. O. F..
will meet in Pythian Hall at 7:30 this
There will be a regular meeting of
Theodore Roosevelt Camp No. , U. S.
W. V., in Waverley Hall at 7:30 this
Fred B. Moore sailed by the R. P.
Eithet yesterdav. He eoes to Fresno
to take a position on the Fresno Re
publican. Mrs. Lindsay of Waimea, Hawaii,
sister-in-law of Judge Lindsav, is vis
iting Mr. 'and Mrs. F. V. Carter ct
Waikiki, on her way to Kauai.
Aehi did not accompany the ther
Home liule candidates on their tour of
the island. He was engaged in the
trial of a lawsuit in Judge De Bolt's
At the request of Fred L. Waldron,
representing Manoa and College Hills
residents, Sheriff Iaukea detailed a
mounted patrolman for service in that
district, beginning last night. I
The ladies of the gipsy encampment '
lei ilima booth desire to extend their '
thanks to the teachers and pupils of
Kaahumann and Kaiulani schools for :
the paper leis made by them.
On Wednesdav last Mrs. T, C,
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J Blaekman entertained at an informal
but pleasant tea the young ladies who
had assisted her at the lemonade and
ice cream tables at the recent Aliio
Frank Howard and James Penning
ton, two Americans who have infested
the beach for several weeks and have
been given opportunities to get to
work, were sent up yesterday for six
The charge against C. Piper, for in
decent exposure, was preferred yester
day morning and suspension of sen
tence entered. The young man is al
ready serving a sentence under sim
Mr. and Mrs. P. Moldenhauer hereby
wish to tender their sincere thanks to
the many friends for their sympathy
and courtesies extended during thejr
bereavement in the loss of their be
loved son, William Albert Chapman.
feasors seem to enjoy the views
shown at the Empire, if their frequent
attendance at tnat amusement nail is
an indication. The doors have never
been opened to the public since the ar
rival of the cruisers that sailors have
not composed two-thirds of the audi
ence, and they attend again and again.
This week the views are particularly
good. Today there will be an entire
change of pictures, and Mrs. King will
sing new songs to the piano aeeouipani
meats of Frank Vierra.
With typical Hawaiian decora
tions. Just the thing to take
home to your relatives and
Assortment consists of
Cups and Saucers,
Bread and Butter Plates.
Cake and Dinner Plates.
PRICES FROM 40c.
W. W. DimOND & COMPANY, LTD.
53-55-57 KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Go to the Royal Annex, Nuuanu and
Merchant streets, for meals or .drinks.
For an investment in real estate,
read J. II. Scbnaek's list in this issue.
Wah Ying Chong Co., King street,
near the fishmarket, has a complete
lire of dry goods.
The quality of ice furnished by the
Oahu Ice and Electric Co, to its pa
trons 'ia unexcelled.
Whitnev & Marsh are making a dis
play of new and seasonable dress
goods in voiles, etc., this week.
Bo "Wo, on Hotel street, between
Smith and Maunakea streets, is a man
ufacturer of a superior grade of jade
L. Ahov. Nuuanu avenue, below
.Hotel, is offering for two weeks only
la superior quality of colored batiste at
five cents a yard. This is a great bar
gain. Dr, Schurmnnn, practitioner in oste
opathy, has a large clientele at his of
fices on Emma street. His treatment
of severe cases has been successful.
His ad appears in this issue.
The Hawaiian Trust Co. represent
the standard lire insurance companies
of the world. Call and examine one
of their policies. No charge is made
for a consultation. 923 Fort street.
Miss Power has received a new as
sortment of the latest and most beau
tiful styles in fall and winter millinery
and will be pleased to show them to
ladies. Boston building, Fort street.
There's a Victor talking machine for
every purse, from the $10 to the $100
size." It is a boon companion and a
foe to dull times. Call and try it at
the Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd., Fort
street, near King.
A PALATIAL PIGSTY.
The Pennsylvania legislature at the j
last session appropriated fbOUO io a
"sanitary pigsty" at the Danville
state hospital for the insane. This
palace for pigs, which is now in process
of construction will be heated by
steam, lighted by electricity, and the
occupants will be served with "cooked
food." They will not be allowed to
wallow in the mire like common hogs,
because there will be no mire. Every
modern improvement for cleansing, ven
tilating and regulating the temperature
w ill be provided. It will be a two-story
building, but the purpose of the upper
floor is not stated. Sleeping apart
ments and a bathroom would be jn
keeping with the
the state "san
choice delicacv, but it may be expen
The class in Hawaiian language
meets at the Y. M. C. A. every Thurs
day night at 7:30 under the instruction
of Dr. Emerson. The course prepares
one for business and legal use of the
language. Call for particulars.
The demonstrations being made on
a gas stove in the Y. W. C. A. rooms,
Boston building, Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday mornings, are attracting
a great many housekeepers. Any lady
who has a gas stove, as well as those
who have not, should see the demon
strations, which are free.
All the members of the Kaahumanu
Society, are requested to meet at Ka
waiahao at 10 a. m. on Wednesday,
October 21, 1008. For special' business.
(Sicned) LAHILAHI WEBB.
Secretary, Kaahumanu Society. J
Expert demonstrations in flavoring i
and coloring cakes and delicacies are
given every Tuesday. Thursday aud :
Saturdav morninc. from 9:30 till 11. jn gram was
the dini'hg-hall of the Y, W. C. A. All
WHITE, GREY AND BLUE
These are fine goods, well
made and finished. Two pock
ets, large pearl buttons and
proper length. No more fash
ionable accessory to the golfer's
Elks' Building '
WET WEATHER SHOES
It's time to put away your light-soled Summer Shoes and
White Canvas they won't do in wet weather. A bad
cold may prove more expensive than a dozen of our
PACKARD BURGUNDY BLUCHERS,
Wing Tip, with heavy extension sole. Price; $5.00
PACKARD TAN BLUCHERS Made of best Storm
Calf with heavy extension sole. Price, $5.00.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
Fort Street, above King.
THE BUCKEYE CLUB
HOLDS A SESSION
Mrs. Dunn will exhibit exclusive
styles of ladies' hats on Thursday (to
morrow), Friday and Saturday, at her
shop in the Harrison block. The hats
were personally selected by her during
her recent visit to New York.
See our new Imported
Ribbons, in Dresden and
They are exquisitely col
ored. LADIES' LACE
Here is a chance to get
a very handsome waist at
Waists in White and
FOR TOE NECK
In Gold and Velvet
The Very Latest
& & &
N. S. Sachs
ie place. Boast pig from j . , 1 1
itary pigsty'' will be a MJjfy LlOOClS !UO., LlU.
Fort and Beretania Streets.
The Buckeye Society was entertain
ed last evening at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. W. A. Bowen, 1716 Kewalo
stTeet. The musical part of the pro-
given by Masters Kenneth
and Willard Abies on piano and violin.
A number of new members were re
reived, among them Rev. and Mrs.
Ebersole, Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Oleson,
Mr. and Mrs. Reece, Miss Sheffield and
Mrs. Sylvester of Oahu College, Miss
Patterson, Mrs. Clifford E. Livingston,
Mr. and Mrs. Sumner S. Paxson, and
Mrs. S. B. Kingsbury.
The talk of the evening was given by
Mrs. J. M. Whitney on "The Finding
of the Spalding Manuscript." The his
tory of this manuscript is a romance
in itself, "and those who know it can
readily understand how the Mormons
look on its preservation as nothing less
than providential. The subject was al
so discussed by Rev. Mr. Ebersole, Rev.
Mr. Gulick, Dr. Gulick, and Dr. J. M.
Following this discussion refresh
ments were served.
fifii TONIGHT AT
. CAPITOL GROUNDS
With Every Modern
For JW E A L
fllEXAN DE H Y 0 U N G flim
TIip Hawaiian band will give a con
cert at the Capitol grounds this even
ing' at 70 o'clock. The program is
March "Farewell" Teike
Overture "Festival" Suppe
Finale " Tannhauser " Wagner
Selection "II Trovatore" Yerdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. .Ar. bvBerger
Selection "Best, of All" Williams
"Malanai and Aloha Oe" Berger
"Maunawili and Moanalua ".. .Berger
"The Star Snangled Banner."
WORLD'S HIGHEST RESTAURANT.
What is probably the highest restau
rant in the world has been opened at
the Eismeer station of the Jungfrau
railway in Switzerland. It 13 10,000
feet above sea level, close to the sum-
! mit of the mountain. The food is not
j cooked by means of ordinary fuel but
j by electricity generated by the Luts-
chine waterfall, deep down In the val-
llev below. With an expenditure of
thirty kilowatts of electrical energy it
is possible to prepare a five course din
ner for a party of 100 persons in a short
time. The guests are accommodated in
a large hall hewn out of the solid rock
and heated bv electricity. The view
from the huge windows comprises moun
tain scenery which for grandeur per
haps has no equal in the world.
I WHITfJEV & D3ARSH f
J Limited if
We wish to call your
I j To Our Display of
NEW and SEASONABLE
suitable for afternoon and evening wear in
ancy Voiles, etc.
from 65c a yard up. 38 to 42 inches wide.
Xewly installed at Bishop and Young
streets. Excellence of service a fea
ture. Short distances, 50c and $1; per
hour $5. Following machines on the
stand: Pope-Hartford. Manuel Eeis;
Palace Peerless. J. C. Quinn; seven
seated Stoddard-Dayton, G. C. Beck
ley, Jr. Experienced and careful chauf
feurs. Telephone 199 at all hours.
THE LATEST NO. 7 REMINGTON WITH WAHL
ADDING AND SUBTRACTING ATTACHMENT.
ALSO THE LATEST NEW MODEL REMINGTONS.
(a visible writer.)
A full line of Standard Remington Carbons and Ribbins
always in stock. 1
Office 'Supply Co., Ltd.
931 Fort Street."
EXCLUSIVE TERRITORIAL AGENTS.
unquestionably the best safety razor.
We Sell Them for.
You Save . . . . $1.50
.when you buy from
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
For the Stomach Sake
get the right quality of food for it. We
have more than plain beef; our assortment
includes all that is found in the best markets
on the Mainland and the quality is the best.
We would be pleased to have your order ever the
phone, No. 45t and we guarantee satisfaction.
Metropolitan Meat Company, Ltd.
Our store is the place
to get them. The best
in the world for the
B. KERR & C
HONOLULU DEPARTMENT STORE.
A LAKE A STREET.