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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910.
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BEDS
A Story in Brief
WE'VK Too MAX V IRON" BHDS in three feet size, some of which
are hurt fmra crowding and handling they can hardly be called dam
agedjust a few J-fratehes or mars. If you want an iron bed of this
size, you'll be glad of it for, oh. how it fetches the priee3 down.
There are about fifty obi beds, and we price them for prompt
selling no matter how much they cost us as follows:
$27.50 Grades to Close for $17.00
$15.00 Grades to Close for $ 9.00
'$13.00 Grades to Close for $ 7.50
$12.00 Grades to Close for $ 7.00
$11.00 Grades to Close for $ 6.50
$ 9.00 Grades to Close for $ 5.50
$ 8.00 Grades to Close for $ 5.00
See Window
J. liopp & Co., Ltd
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY.
183 KING STREET.
I
HEINZ'S
India' Relish
Baked Beans
Tomato Ketchup
Apple Butter
ABSOLUTELY PURE
A suggestion from among the famous
"5 7 99
Your Grocer Has Them
The 'Enjoyment
from eating meat comes only when the food
is succulent and tender. We claim that our
method of keeping meats brings the desired
resuit.
The Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & LOUIS, Proprietors.
Telephone No. 1814.
fllE SCfiliiS INSTITUTE
Meats at the Alexander Young
Cafe are served with two or
three vegetables and the price is
not greater than is charged in
places where one is served. The
service and surroundings are
better.
Combining OSTEOPATHY, Chiropractic, Electro-Therapy,
Thermotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Dietetics, Etc., Etc.
ELECTRIC LIGHT BATHS WITH COMPETENT MASSEUR
AND MASSEUSE IN ATTENDANCE.
Treatment oi the Eyes OSTEOPATHIC ALLY and fitting of
glasses.
DR. r. SCHL1RMANN
OFFICE 167-179 Eeretania Ave., cor. Union St. Telephone 1733.
HOURS 8 to 12 A. M. 2 to O P. M.
E. DAVIS &
Merchandise Brokers
Nuuanu and Merchant Streets
What the Retail Merchants
of Honolulu Offer This Week
I!
u-
iik-.-s has
during tin- wee oa
partments have lit'..'!; enlivened
vi-its .if tourist- vvini go to j ii -.-1 and
eonipa re. The showing, a- a rule, lias
been ;rod enough to win the admira
tion '.if riie visitors and there was ;l
general exchange iif coin and merchan
dise in conse.n'-nee. This week there
will lie two really good sales. And so
reliable are the waps to be sold that
there seems to be no necessity of cir
cus methods to bring customers and
make sales. The annual stocktaking at
Ehlers has brought to light a num'her
or" pieces of goods, new enough to still
hold the odor of the original cases but
with the age necessary to carry them
into a clearauce-mark-down-sale. The
opportunity offered to get fine wearing
apparel for ladies will be ripe this
morning and the bargains are such,
judging by the window display, to war
rant getting up earlier than usual to
have the luck of the provebial early'
bird. Sachs, too. is to have a one-day
sale. It is not to be general in the
sense that it will include all lines: it
is directed, mainly to lace curtains in
different qualities and patterns.
SACHS DRY GOODS STORE, Fort
and I.eretania avenue. Special sale of
NotMnghanie lace curtains at 7 and fl.l
cents a pair and white dotted Swiss
goods at $1.0.". These are exception
ally good values. Lingerie dresses,
good quality and style, from $s to $"0.
Black silk shirt waists splendid value
from $.").. "iO to $7. ."ft. There is a fine
assortment of patent leather belts and
dress trimmings.
B. P. EHLERS & CO., Fort street
above King. The girls should make
this store their mecca this morning
even at the expense of being tardy at
school for taffeta ribbon is selling at
pricese ranging from one and one-half
cents a yard to twenty cents. And
it is good stuff. Children's under vests
for twenty-five cents and silk gloves,
embroidered ones, for $2.00 a pair reads
like a fairv story. The advertisement
in The Advertiser yesterday told the
story. The embroidered lawn robe
that were in the window yesterday and
marked at $7.50 to .10.."0 were a
temptation.
SELVA'S TOGGERY, King street
near Fort. A line of pajamas tempt
men to this store and when there they
buy. The assortment is unusual in both
quality and quantity.
H. F. WICHMAN & CO., LTD., Fort
below Hotel street. Buying silverware
at this establishment, a few pieces at a
time is like buying goods on instal
ments the expense is not felt. In
table silver Wudiman has a large and
well selected stock and one may buy
a half-dozen pieces this month and feel
sure he can get Hie same pattern for
a half-dozen more next month if his
needs require. A well filled silver chest
is a valuable part of every home and
the contents, no matter how large the
chest may be obtained at little cost here
in town. The prices at Wiehman's are
about what one would pay at the Coast
for similar articles.
M. McINERNY, LTD., Fort anil
Merchant street. -Straw hats from
Paris and New York are among the
goods shown here this week. The
styles are as natty as one would wish
for and the prices normal. The straws
at Melnerny's are exceptionally good,
the styles absolutely correct and the ser
vice qualities guaranteed. Hats in wide
or narrow braid with plain black or
fancy ribbon "bands are here a 'plenty.
The show of clothing, new suits in
"blacks and 'blues, is something that
amounts to almost an exposition of
fetyles from the world's style center.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
King street near Bethel. Disclosures
in this paper on Saturday were con
vincing enough to send the public
scurrying to the place where it is known
meats are well kept to get their sup
plies. As set forth in the advertise
ment of the Metropolitan it matters
not how good the cattle may have been
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ANOTHER
WOMAN
CURED
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Gardiner, Maine. " I haye been a
reat sufferer from organic troubles
and a severe female
w t ikness. The
I doctor said I would
1 ave to go to the
i hospital for an
I operation, but I
I could not bear to
think of it. I de
cided to try Lydia
l.. 1'mKham s eg-
ttatiie Compound
and Sanative u'juh
I and w:k pntirelv
cured after three
months' use of them." Mrs. S. A.
Williams, R. F. D. No. 14, Box 89,
Gardiner, Me.
No woman should submit to a surgi
cal operation, which may mean death,
until she has given Lvdia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound, made exclusive
ly from roots and herbs, a fair trial.
This fain, us medicine for women
has for thirty years proved to be the
most valuable tonic and renewer of
the female organism. Women resid
ing in almost every city and town in
the United States bear willing: testi
mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
It cures female ills, and creates radi
ant, buoyant femal health. If you
are ill, for -our own sake as wll as
those you lo e. give it a trial.
Mrs. Pinkbaru, at Lynn, Mass.,
Invites all sick women to writ
her for advice. Her advice U Im,
and alwayt helpful.
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is another
the meats the thing and it can be good
on'v when iroierlv U.u.f The ,-.,t.'; .....
at the Metropolitan is :i
t is not probable that there
good west of rhi.-a.ro
and while the meat can be refrigerated
here it is simply kept at a temperature
that guarantees purity. What vou get
from this market is good.
McINERNY SHOE STORE, Fort
street near King There is a stock
of fine shoes ,,r ladies and gen
tlemen in this establishment and an in
vention that is a boon to persons whose
feet are flat. This condition frequent
ly comes to persons as they advance in
years and to them the "Footeazer"' is
recommended. It costs but two dollars
though it will bring ten times that
value in satisfaction to those who have
tired feet. A number of gentlemen
have discovered that this little thing
is not a. fad and have invested with the
most satisfactory results.
THE CLARION, Hotel and Fort
street. (Jet a Benjamin and you have
the world by the neck when it comes
to style. The stock of new clothing at
the Clarion is all that the most fastid
ious dresser can ask for. The mate
rials, workmanship and cut is what the
Xew York man demands from his mer
chant tailor. The haberdashery in this
establishment is right as to style and
quality and the prices are low.
CITY TRANSFER COMPANY, King
near Fort street. (live your mmd a
rest and put the worry of trunk mov
ing on Love's shoulders. There will be
no lost baggage and he has the con
tract for handling all of the baggage
for the Pacific Mail steamers.
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD., Fort
and Hotel street. The mosquito close
season is evidently at an end and for
the benefit of visitors they are as ae
tie as bees around a hive, and just as
nasty. The little contrivance at Ben
son, Smith's, the lamp top that holds
the buhach while the mosquitoes die,
is the most effective article known for
the purpose of ridding the country of
these undesirables. As a Skeetgo costs
but 75 cents there is not much risk in
buying one. Besides this is known to
be good.
UNION-PACIFIC EXPRESS COM
PANY, next the Alexander Young
Building. Here for wood and coal,
moving baggage or furniture and hav
ing the work done promptly by expe
rienced hands. The company has all
of the appliances for handling articles
in the heavyweight class and for mov
ing pianos without injury to the finest
instrument.
DUNN'S HAT SHOP, Fort street op
posite I'auahi. Some wonderful crea
tions in top pieces are seen in the win
dows of this establishment and there is
so much taste shown in designing the
hats and turbans and so much care tak
en in the execution of the designs, that
it is almost impossible for a lady to
pass the windows without going in to
buy. The prices of these classical pro
ductions are not high, nothing in com
parison to the improvement they make
in the appearance of a lady.
DO NOT SEND YOUR
WASHING TO THE 'LAUN
DRY! DO IT AT HOME
WITH A
4 STROKE
WASHING MACHINE
IT IS THE BEST MACHINE
ON THE MARKET AND
SAVES TIME AND LABOR.
$10.00
THEN DRY YOUR CLOTHES IN YOUR OWN YARD ON A
Hill's Clothes Dryer
$10.00
The above Machine and Dryer will pay for themselves in a
few months, and think of the comfort of knowing where,
and by whom, your clothes have been handled.
E. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
Household Department. Take Elevator.
CHINESE CLAN WARS I
STOP RAILWAY WORK
HONGKONG, September 3. Work
on the Oanton-Kowloon railway is in
part suspended because of clan wars
among the Chinese. Wednesday, sev-entv-eight
were killed and many wound
ed." All the Europeans have been ordered
off the line and most have come in.
Chains have been placed on the rails
at Canton and the traffic is impeded.
Practical anarchy exists at several
points and there are no soldiers avail
able to put it down.
THE FAMILY BALLOT.
A bill will be introduced in the Wis
consin legislature making it possible
for the wife of a man to cast his bal
lot, if he is prevented by business or
by sickness from approaching the polls.
The wife will arm herself with the
document which proves her prosy pow
ers, will be admitted to the polling
booth and will cast the family ballot
for those candidates agreed upon in
the family council. It is a natural, but
a remarkable innovation. The truth of
the matter is that the ballot in America
is a family ballot; even those voters
who think they are rendering inde
pendent judgment at the polls are in
reality, if unconsciously, voting as the
family mind has determined. Such a
performance will familiarize women
with political processes, and prepare
them for their own enfranchisement.
Hut it will also persuade them, it must
be believed, of the greater blessing of
the family ballot, and win them to work"
for this, instead of for any further
extension of the individual ballot as it
now stands.
There will be a full-moon dance at this beauti
ful place next Saturday night. The music will
be good, the floor in good condition and the
viands excellent. Go out by train or machine.
SOLIK IKOMQNOS
Gorgeous and Quiet Patterns; Silk Scarfs,
Neckties, Pin Cushions, Frogskin Bags,
Lanterns, Place Cards, etc.
JAPANESE BAZAAR
1137 Fort Street
H K K K K
Dress Patterns of Silk Crepe, Cotton Crepe and Lawn.
Ladies' and Babies' Jackets of Silk Crepe, Silk and Cotton.
SDLIK IKDMONOS
AND
Hand-Curved Ivories for Ornaments.
m,
Nuuanu Street Above Hotel.
BOY SCOUTS FOR HIL0.
Hilo is to have Hoy Scont. says the
Hihi Tribune. This mow-mem which
has swep- over England and the United
Sru'es, has finally found Hilo. The idea
was started locally by Colonel Huiiard
I Hilo last week and who is
1 foremost backers of the
i.tt the mainland. He spoke
who i-;te
one ol ta
movement
of it w i t !
and !ina;n
subject w
whose hart
OViran i7.;i t :
Dai
-card
O III CO I S
tne Tiati
had a consultation on the
h Attorney Carl Smith, in
U he left t!ie matter of the
ii here.
KIDD BUYS HACIENDA.
Another big sugar hacienda of Xc
gros will pass to American management
within a few days. The I 'a nay Mon
day brough: to lloilo Mr. George II.
Kidd. an experienced sugar man from
Hawaii, to take charge of the extensive
Areneta sugar hacienda in Xegros. A
partnership has been formed, through
the agency of Mr. Areneta 's son who
has resided in California for the past
eight years, and the entire management
of the hacienda will pass to Mr. Kidd.
lloilo V. I.) Enterprise.
Manoa Valley
The most desirable residence section
of Honolulu. No shacks and no bill
boards. We offer for
$5,500
ONE OF THE BEST BUILT RESI
DENCES IN THE VALLEY. FIN
ISHED THROUGHOUT IN NATURAL
WOOD. ELECTRIC LIGHTS AND
GAS. HOT AND COLD WATER.
MOSQUITO-PROOF ROOMS.
GROUNDS PLANTED TO
TROPICAL FRUIT AND
SHADE TREES.
Property was built for the owner as
a residence. Is designed to 2et rid of
"housekeepers' troublea. " An easy
home to take care of.
me woteriiouse Trust Co
READ THE ADVERTISER,
WORLD'S NEWS DAILY
TOYS ! TOYS !
Games. Puzzles, Books and a fresli
stock of Toys, now on sale.
WALL, NICHOLS CO, LTD.
c""bREWER & CO., LTD."""
Sugar Factors and Commission mer
chants. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
B. F. BISHOP PresideEfl
JEO. F. ROBERTSON
Vice-President and Manager
W. W. NORTH Treasurer
RICHARD rVERS Secretary
J. R. GALT Auditor
GEO. R. CARTER Director
C. H. COOKE Director
R. A. COOKE Director
A. GARTLEY Director
CHAS. BREWER & CO.'S
New York Line
The bark FOOHNO STXEY will i3
from New York for thia port about
October 15, subject to change. FreigM
taken at lowest rates. For information
apply to Chas. Brewer ft Co., 27 KilbT
treet, Boston, or Theo. H. Iavie m
Co., Ltd., Honolulu.
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