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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 1910.
. Sonoma Wines
' ft, SPling Bergnr.dy
Pk o.rkUn Mozeiie
J, Sparkling Sauwme
. 3 .11 other grade- wit
S T the times.
i prices to
Will meet t tl K- eVellitl"
at K. of 1". hall for elT
MeUum was taken to the
-pit:.! la-! Mondav to be
No. GOtm. A. O. F.,
tinn of otlicers.
pecial meeting of
.21. i He A." M..
first degree, this
I f. Mile l Co.
P. O. Box 755
X delightful location taste
fjHy furnish'1'! mosquito proof
rooms a bountiful table.
I262-70-76-S6 Beretania Avenue
Mrs. C J- McCarthy, Prop.
A grand concert will be given bv
moonlight at Aala'Park tonight bv the
I ban. I of St. Louis College under the
direction of Brother Francis.
The closing exercises of the Vallev
school, Nuuanu avenue, will be held
on Thursday inoriiing at ten o'clock.
All interested are invite, to attend.
The dance given at the Moana Mon
day eening in honor of the officers
and ladies of the transport Logan, was
largely attended and was a verv dressv
Oirieers Apana, Ob son and Kamauoha
raided a game of ha na back of the
Kiver Khiue sa'oon yesterday after
noon, catching seven Japanese gam
blers and '-curing the cards and 30
cents in evidence. The men were fish
ermen. VV. E. Sever, a mechanic at a local
garage, was arrested last night and
held for investigation. He became
Trunk during the afternoon and was
having trouble with his wife on the
wharf, lie will probably be released
as soon r.i he gel sober enough.
Deeds were recoutly filed transferring
the automobile business and premises
of the Honolulu Auto Stand at the cor
ner of Alakea asul Hotel streets, from
George C. . BeckJ. y, Sr., to George C
Beck ley, Jr. The consideration named
is .3(,032.'i.", which is to be paid in
The midweek service at Central
i jnJtDBESSING. SHAMPOOING.
No. 200 Boston Building.
m Academy of Dancing
ODD FELLOWS HALL
instructions in Dancing for begin
jfrooi 7 to 8 p. m. Friday. Social
a 8 to 10 p. m. For terms of tuition
:ress P. O. Box 755.
f. D. McINTIRE, Superintendent.
MAURITIAN HERE TO
STUDY SUGAR METHODS
Union church this evening will be a
welcoming service to Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Newhall White, who arrived on
the Wilhelniina yesterday. Doctor
White will supply Central Union pulpit
during the next eleven weeks while
Doctor Seudder is absent. At the ser
vice tonight there will be words of
welcome from members of the different
church organizations and Doctor White
will give a brief word of response.
GREAT many peo
ple make the
mistake of as
suming that because
Ivory Soap costs only a
few cents a cake, it "isn't
good enough to use for
one's hands and face."
Why isn't it?
Good materials prop
erly combined, make
good soap; and the ma
terials used in the manu
facture of Ivory Soap are
So Per Cent. Pure
J. J. Dowling. of KoiWau, is now at
the Queen's hosjital. where he will be
operated upon in a day or two.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Craig announce
the marriage of their daughter, Edna
May, to Frauk Victor Bennett on June
2, at l'inole, California. The ceremony
took place on the anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Craig's own wedding.
On Thursday afternoon from four to
six an informal uoeption will be
tendered Doc-tor and Mrs. White at
"Hui na lani." the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Ilk-hards, corner of
Kinau and Kapiolani streets, to which
all who would caie to meet them are
FACULTY OF THE
Professor Edgar Wood will be at the
head of the summer school for teach
ers, according to the announcement of
Superintendent Pope of the department
of public instruction. He will have six
other teachers to assist him.
Miss Maude Dawson will have charge
of the work of supervision. 1 N
Folsom of McKinley High School will
handle the subject of mathematics for
primary and grade certificates, and
William Mcf'huskey will teach history
and civil government. Mrs. Lila G.
Marshall lias been selected to look
'after English and drawing.
Ceography and natural history will
Come under' Charles Baldwin, principal
of Kaahumaiiu School, while Miss
Jane L. Winn.' will teach music
memorial services of the I. D.
I will be held June 19, 1010, at
vtlirty p. ra.
Tn, Nichols Co., Ltd.. have just re
4 a fresh stock of flags and fire
to for the 4th of Jul v.
1ST MEETING OF
NEW KAM. BOARD
--.v vi, jut-eiziig oi me uo.no.
-Actors of the Kamehameha Alumni
Nation have been sent out for this
3 r1? at seven-thlrtv, instead of Fri-
"MUEij as previously announced,
"wit Pahu of the association re-
roily urge the members of the
" to be i present. The meeting will
important one, especially so
' the first iiieet:ng of the new
.T He has some important plans
'"? "P for disenssinn.
association members feel that
, aTe Wen forf'niatf in securing
Mrvjces of Mr. P.,Ln. Tie has the
of the p-soei'tf ion nf heart.
'Promises to wor'- enn-cientionslv
ilia -. . .
S"u an. v.. ' ,,f the nso-
e will rec.'i e firm support
FIRST CALL FOR
Ori a Pullman peeper, about seven
o'clock in the morning, when the pas
sengers were about ready to leave their
berths, a baby in the stateroom began
to cry lustily. Just at that moment the
porter opened the door and sang out:
"First caM for breakfast." Then
evervbodv laughed. Columbia (Mo.)
Herald. ' .
New Lingerie Dresses
Tn Hull. Batiste and French Lawn. All
beautifully trimmed and each one a dis
tinct work of art.
See our large Ber?tania street show
Ladies' Black Voile Skirts
With silk drop. The latest Paris and
New York styles.
Among the outgoing pa-engers of
the Siberia was Augu-te de Villele
of Mauritius, who had been sent
i .. n. . . .. .
o uif suar interests or that lslan
to study no-ans of improvement for
Mr. de Villele visited all the impor
tant points of interest on :thu. Maui
and Hawaii, going twice to the latter
island. Prior to his departure he
spoke in the highest terms of the kind
treatment he received from the of
ficials at the planters' experiment sta
tion in Honolulu and from the mana
gers, engineers, and chemists of the
various plantations visited. Mr. de
Villele also took great interest in the
pineapple and sisal culture, as well as
in the production of lime at the kilns
at Iwilei. He was much interested in
the use nade here of fuel oil. owing
to the recent discovery of oil in Mad
agascar, which lies close to Mauritius.
Mr. de Villele is greatly interested
in the improvement of conditions in
Mauritius, his birthplace, and has be
come convinced from his own obserr
vations, that an application of the
local methods will greatly increase
their financial returns on a crop about
one-half as large as ours, resulting
from their present methods. He has
had valuable information from local
sugar men and will use it, as well as
his personal influence with his people,
to have Hawaiian methods adopted.
Mr. de Villele left the impression of a
diligent, scientific observer, as well as
a frank and courteous gentleman.
There's a treat in store for every
man who has vet to smoke a Van Dvc'k
out ' " Quality ' ' Cigar.
,i i 10 many, tins cigar is a revelation.
Havana tobacco but
of the finest Havana, and nothing
iinone one is to fa
spell, and you'll find adde
in every one thereafter.
A constant keen delight
1 under the
d en joyment
The annual meeting of the Kaahu
manu Society took place yesterday
morning at the Kawaiahao Church, the
reports of the various officers being
read and the newr officers for the en
suing year being elected. In the vot
ing, all the old officers were reelected,
they being Miss Lucy K. Peabody, pres
ident; 'Mrs. Emma A. Nawahi, vice pres
ident; Mrs. May Adams, treasurer; Mrs.
Ihilani II. Techera,' assistant treasurer;
Mrs. Lahilahi WTebb, secretary; Miss
Grace Kahoalii, assistant secretary;
Mrs. Maria Smith, trustee, and Mrs.
Lilia Aholo, sick committee. Besides
these the following were elected to the
board of directors: Mrs. George Beck
ley, Mrs. E; S. Holloway, Mrs. Deborah
Kamanoulu, Mrs. Abigail Hopkins, Mrs.
Alice Colburn, Mrs. Lizzie Ulunahele
and Mrs. Maria Hoapili.
WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS SAY
" Quality " Cigars
Moreover, you get twice the value
a Van Dyck" than anv imported
cigar could possiblv offer.
For we save 1t per cent import
cigar duty by making them at Tampa.
Fla. This saving goes to you in the
Van Dyck "Quality" 'igar a fact
that you'll appreciate when vou light
tio to your dealer. Select your
favorite shape there's 27 to choose
from. Pay what you've accustomed to
for an ordinary Havana cigar, and en
joy the Best.
3 for 25c and Upward
M. A. GTJNST & CO. "The House of
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Francis
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan$3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans,
ferringallovercity. Omnibus meets
all '.rains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, '"Trawets." ABC Code.
f Apartments, Cuisine and Service
Wilder Ave and Punahou
"0 inches wide. Superior
Li'lies' skirts and men's
Verv heavy and beautiful
OF THE MASSES.
0Ce writt i-
tl-vd'a E. pi
fii succee, '
.;, ch are w,
-if fynu,;e i:
horn. s of
r 1 a rmf u!
reeor 1 of
41 inches wide. Beautiful
We have .ivsst re. eived a very large
tW.n.ent of Lneies' Untrimmed Hats,
in all of thp newot straws and latest
shapes.. Tf vou give us an order you
are sure of 'ati.-faction.
Ladies' Canvas Bathing Shoes
iy. th double straps.
Special Fireworks for Faust.
Another well filled house greeted the
McRae company in "The Man on the
Box" last night and every one present
was more than pleased. Tonight will
be the last performance of this play.
Tomorrow evening Mr. McEae will
present by popular request Mir. Louis
Morrison in that oldtime favorite
"Faust," a play that everybody knows
and one that has pleased thousands of
amusement lovers around the globe.
Mr. McRae has spared no expense in
making "Faust" a big production.
Specially prepared fireworks arrived on
the Lurline for the famous Brocken
scene and a superb production is as
sured. Mr. Morrison will be seen in
his famous role of Mephisto, and Miss
Oswald will be seen to excellent ad
vantage in the role of Marguerite the
remainder of the company being well
The Spanish Girl.
Tlus will be the feature film at the
Park Theater tonight. There will be
others just as good, and maybe better.
The Ibsons' engagement is drawir to
a close so the patrons of the ParJvill
have but four more nights in which to
hear these fine musicians. Carl ali-
ner. t Hi lunmaKer, ami .-v'uny uimu.
orchestra, are cards that never grow
old. The I'ark has something coming
for next week but Manager Congdon
keeps the information under his hat.
It will lie an attraction up to the
T'ark standard and that is saying that
it will be something good.
Great Show at Novelty.
Last night at the Novelty the How
ard sisters won a hearty applause with
their buck and wing dancing and new
song. They are a very attractive team
and work together ery cleverly. To
night, there will be a change of pic
tures, all worth seeing. The Novelty
secures for its patrons the lo-t of
vaudeville and pictures on the mar
kef. Those wishing to -ee clever
dancing and singing should no! miss
the Howard sisters. Come early and
avoid tin' rusii.
St. Louis Band Conceit.
At the public concert at Aala Park
bv the St. Louis College band, this
evening, the progiam will be:
March: National Kmblem Pagley
Overture: The "Id and the New. Beyer
Waltz: The Hose of M exico . . . . Dunn
Medley: Concert '.Beyer
When Vou Ho to I.utnioii Town..
Now Let the Hand 1'iay.
Baritone solo: Delight
Waltzes: ( n the b'l.ine .
Finale: The Mid-diipmau
The star Spangi.-d
CARD OF THANKS.
The familv of fhe late Kilcn l'niio
kalani Woodward take this means of
thanking their friend- for their kind
svmpathv in their bereavement and lor
the in anv floral token- received at the
1634 Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
irge and airy furnished rooms and
cottages, with board. $2.00 a day;
special rates by the month. (
FLAGS ! FLAGS !
Flags and Fire Works
For the Fourth of July.
We are headquarters for these.
Wall, Nicfols Ctmpany, Ltd.
There is only one
eerless Preserving" Paint
Queen street, Robinson Block
P. O. Box 737
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Fort and Beretania.
"-.to Fire Station.
In thrones; coins;
Hawaii & South
Seas Curio Co.
ARTS AND CRAFTS.
Fort, below King.
. . . Harris
. Von Tiier
. . . Kajhbun
. . .Sullivan
CARD OF THANKS.
; A. Duncan and Mrs
Mrs. A- i'liiiian at
Duncan, wife and mother of I
l;. A. Duncan, de-ire to expre
sincere appreciation oi the
kind'it -s extend.'. i and I"
l,.r:,l offerings -''-!' duiing th
In preparing for your trip abroad
this summer fail not to include in your
Utility Hot Point Electric Iron
It is ready to iron anvthing in three
minutes; heats curling iron in two min
utes, and boils water in five minutes.
The "Utility," put up in a chamois
bag, occupies less room than the ordi
nary electric iron, and affords the ad
vantages of a heater and cookstove
besides being the best iron on the mar
PRICE COMPLETE, $7.25.
See iron on display in the Waikiki
W. W. DIMONO & GO., LTD.
The new shade of silk will be found
in some of the neckwear brought out
from the East by Mr. Silva. They are
warm shades and fashionable.
excels in style and beauty of shades. We
had the pick from the stocks of the
largest manufacturers in the Eastern
markets. The Chanticleer is the very
latest in shade.
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.
Elks' Building King Street
Telephone 65 1
This is the expression we have from all who
have viewed our new arrivals in the NEW SMART
SPRING STYLES. Newness and beauty in foot
wear were never more evident.
in the new short-vamp pat
terns. Patent leather vamps
and cloth tops; others of dull
kid with kid tops; still others
made of all Cravenette cloth.
Style just like cut. Price...
$4.50 and $5.00
- SUEDE PUMPS
without straps, "no bulging,"
"no slipping." Made in
Black or White Suede, slight
ly extended soles, Cuban heels.
They fit the arch and cling
at the heel. f Style QA CA
just as cut. The pair
Made of Bright Patent Colt
Skin, Black Suede and Sea
Island Duck, plain dress toes,
Cuban heels. Just enough
trimming to show class, walk
ing weights. Priced excep
tionally low. The
Manufacturers9 Shoe Co., Ltd
This Is a Good Time
to get your things in order for the trip to
It is a delightful place for spending the warm summer days.
The nights are cool and the rooms mosquito-proof.
Silk Scarfs, Cotton Crepe j
Waists, Lamp Shades and Hand- J
painted Small Screens I
C AVETr.UCA CUATCW
Japanese Siik Goods Store j
Nuuanu Above Hotel 1