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THE FACII'IC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1910.
or Decorating has just been received.
To eet your holiday gifts out in good
time we have arranged to have the
rtL he" early' TUe ass0rt!nent is
tery complete and includes many spe
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO
I W. DIMOND & GO., Ltd.
I'arin'e Lodge No. A. I', and A.
M.. w;i! inect in Masonic Temple at
naif'-pas' even this evening.
1 v;il ) a leinilar meeting of
li.ntM,.,;,- L.. .!:. No. ;j, J. o. o. j jn
IciioWs' Jiall fir half-ri:lsr rn
tl. is e c!..t;c.
1. Miihnc believes that .jags, iie
i har;ty. should Login at bume, and
launched a ' hfiu-e specimen of its kind
yesterday at.nonjr his admiring relatives.
After n:..: of the furniture and a few
heads had been broken, his jag went
where most good jags go. ami he will
te.l .Indye Andrade today how it got
THE INVISIBLE CASTOR
will not mark or scratch the floor
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Theodore Bowman, in a statement
made yesterday, denies the published
.account of the accident he iiirured in
iu-t Monday, when his machine found
an atliuhy m the curb of Thomas
Square. An afternoon paper painted
him as seeing double," and ascribed
the accident to too free indulgence in
the cup that cheers.
Jiowinan brands the statement as ma
liciously false, and points to a broken
wheel which was the cause of the acci
dent. While turning out of the way of
a car and a slow wagon which be was
passing, the speedometer wheel cut
through the spokes of his front wheel,
which promptly detached itself from
the machine and dumped it on its side
in The gutter.
That look well, wear well, and are comfortable.
We have many styles, some of them fastened with frogs and
pearl buttons, others without the frogs.
Wide cut in the trousers and roomy coats.
We have night gowns for men, too.
from that from
other shops is
found only at
Eoyal Hawaiian Garage, opposite Ha
waiian Hotel, authorized agents for the
famous Alco automobile.
Mrs. Dickerson, Sachs block, receiv
ed, the latest in face and auto-veils.
Inmmed and untrimmed hats, willow
Plumes, fancy feathers, wings, etc., di
rect frnm tl, vn4. i '
them v-uuie aim see
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the general delivery for the week
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Jt)n.' "i.. , ,::; work To give
SUNDAYS AT THE BOYS' FIELD.
At live o'clock on Sunday afternoon
E. S. Gauit, secretary of the boys' work
in the Y. M. C. A. and superintendent
of the boys' clubs of this city, has been
holding meetings in the grandstand at
The Buys' Field. When he began about
six boys came out, and people hooted at
the idea of the meetings ever being a
success. Yesterday afternoon sixty-nine
boys and young men of that district
were present. The workers were JMr.
Gault, C. J. Tay, J. M. Martin and
Frank Lee. Different business men anil
religious workers of the city have gone
from time to time to these meetings to
address the boys. Those who have gone
recently have pronounced the meetings
more than a success, and wondered at
the good attention the boys gave and
their response. The boys are princi
pally Chinese and Ilawaiians of that
neighborhood. Mr. Gault is a very busy
man; works every night of the week
but one, in addition to his day classes.
The boy love him and appreciate his
work for Them.
U Elks' Building Phone 1751
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SCOUTS ON Ml
Committees Are Appointed
Full Regiment Will Be
WHAT THE PRESS AGENTS SAY
The Park Theater.
The appearance of Harrev and
llaynes at the Park is like a ray of
sunshine in a storm. Harney belongs
to a school of artists in black face that
has few students wandering into this
section of the world, for the reason that
they are always in demand on the main
land, ilis eccentric dance is different
from anything seen here since the days
of the visit of the World's Entertain
ers. Those who saw that attraction in
Honolulu, ten years or more ago, say
there was nothing quite as good even
there. He is a wonder, and while he
may think he is giving the audience all
it pays for, there is a sure enough de
sire for more. When the people leave
the Park after the show it is with a
pleasant recollection. Miss llaynes does
a cakewalk as it has never been seen
here. She gives the steps so much
that is unknown to the theater-going
public that the dance bursts as a dis
tinct surprise. Both Harney .ami
Haynes sing the former's original com
positions. Connie Marina did his ghost
dance again last week and was accorded
the usual applause. There will be an
entire change in the program tonight
and the company will have new stunts.
The pictures will le new. Harney and
Haynes' act is called the ' Tramps,"
and in it new dance steps will be in
Troduced. Connie Marina will make his
fareweil appearance and sing, by spe
cial request, his song, "Good Night."
If your face -wants to smile, let it.
If t doesn't, make it.
When Colonel Bullard gave his talk
Saturday on the Boy Scout movement,
says the Maui News, he caused a wave
of enthusiasm to spread throughout the
town of Wailuku, ind that in turn is
spreading throughout the county, until
now, a week hence, committees are be-
I inn organized in Wailuku. Kahului,
Makawao, Lahama and liana, and it
will be only a short time until Maui
will have a regiment of boy scouts to
join with the other Islands in forming
the division of Hawaii, in the Boy
Scouts of America. The talk by Colonel
Bullard was a plain straightforward ap
peal for the boys, and when he finished
it was soon apparent that Uis appeal
had takri root in fertile soil. Mr. H.
P. Baldwin took the floor and asked
those present to join with him in fur
thering the boy scout movement in
Maui, and to make better men of the
.generation of boys now growing up.
A committee was formed of the fol
lowing gentlemen, who will proceed to
orgauize the boys in Wailuku: S. Ke
liinoi, chairman; Chas. C. Clark, secre
tarv; H. P. Baldwin, treasurer; Eev.
K, "B. Dodge. Rev. If. P. Jndd, T. B.
Lvons, Lieutenant Kaluakini, Captain
P.al, 11. B. Penhallow. Captain White
head and Hugh Howell.
Colonel Bullard was surprised and
pleased with the rapid and business
like way in which the matter was han
dled, but then that is the way Maui
The committee met again last Tues
day, and subcommittees were formed,
and the boys are now being enrolled,
and in a short time, parents will see
their boys with new ideas, and new
sentiments regarding one another and
life in general.
PAPAIKOU LANDS ARE
TO BE OPENED SOON
li! 1 M
Yerv dii.intv, beautifully trimmed with
Yalenc:vi:n-. Torchon, 'luny and Trish
Laces, each showing a ditiintive style
and firi.-h. Pines from:
S8.00 to S30.00 each.
New Marquisette Gowns
Tn -White, trimmed with Lace, and show
V:i: the new drajed effect: very dainty,
with l'ir.k and Blue trimmings.
Black Silk Shirtwaists
In Mefsaliue. Pcau le Soie and Taffeta.
At $5.50, 57.00 and $7 50.
Fancy White Shirtwaists
Tiimmed with Lace and Embroidered.
Dutch Neck and Short Sleeves. Only a
few at special values.
S2.50, $2.75 and S3.00.
Pure White Lead
Pure Oxide of Zinc
Pure Linseed Oil
and Coloring Pigment That's
The most durable and satisfac
tory paint you can use.
Levers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 South King St.
Everything in Books"
Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd.
Alex. Young Building..
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CS.
C. H. BROWN, Manager.
Highest Price Paid for Old Brass, Scrap
Iron and all Metals.
Dealer in Second-hand Machinery.
Tel. 1642. P. O. Box 547.
y'tM roar-AZZ si
This engraving shows the location
When placed in the shoe
There's a hundred dollars worth
of comfort for
Fort above King St
It will be but a short time before the
Kaieie lands at Papaikou are surveyed
and opened for homesteading, says the
Hilo Herald. These lands are about
four hundred acres in extent and prac
tically the only government land close
to Hilo which is available for home
steading purposes. Some months ago
a petition, signed almost entirely by
members of the county government, was
snt to the commissioner of public land3
in regard to this, and the result has j
been that Surveyor Tom Cook of this j
city has been instructed to make a sur-j
vey of the property in question, with j
a view to its division into homesteads;
of such size as may be proper for de- !
velopment under this plan. j
The land of Kaieie has been under;
leae to the Onomea Sugar Company j
for some time past, but belongs to the j
Territory, and the crop of sugar cane j
was removed about, July 1. since which j
time the land has been idle. It is un-:
derstitod that the division of the land j
will be such hat each settler will be :
able to oj.tahi be'weei fifteen and
twentv acres of land for his homestead.
Ttie new law will, of course, be followed
in the allotment of the homesteads, and
lots will be drawn to see who will have
the first rhoi.-e of homesteads. The
Ouonoet Suaar i"'om;:iny lias placed no
objections in The way. and seems to be
anxious to have setriers take up the
land who will arow .ane and will also
1 e likely to furnish labor for the plantation.
The Star Dyeing and Cleaning Shop
821 Beretanla Street, near Alakea.
MAKAi SIDE OF STREET
Mo connection with the place across tht
Gatton, Neill & Company, Ltd
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS.
Second and South Sts., Kakaako.
Boilers retnbed with charcoal iron ?
tee! tubes. General ship work.
WE MAKE AND EETAIL
FOLDING C HA IBS AND TABLES
J. HOPP & COMPANY, LTD.
25 per cent
WRIT ISSUES FOR HAWAIIAN.
Shown in our Window, p
A rare chance for those devoted to
the art of I'yrography.
AND SELL ON EAST TEEMS.
HEADQUAETEES FOB BEDDING AND WIRE MATTRESSES.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.
Corner King and Alakea Streets.
The contrivance that holds the incense for the dance of
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets
Honolulu Institute For Physiotherapy
Corner Beretania and Richards Streets.
Open from 8 a.'m. to 7 p. m. except Sunday.
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet), Steaa
Baths, Turkish. Eussiaa, Pine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid and Oxygen
or Medicated Baths, Massage, X-Eays and High Freqnenej, et., ete.
Special attendant for ladies.
ieution that the a; rested 'hittee :s of
Hawaiian birth, although his father
was a Ch!ue-e. dndge .leukius has is-,
sued a writ ri h ab-.-a- corpus, directing
i the collector of cu!c'ib t produce
Wong A. Ku: a. sentenced by a board 1 1
of inouirv to be deported, m the court
of First Instance Taenia v.
MANILA. September !. His claim! Fort below Hotel
that he was a Hawaiian citizen was re-
jected by .Judge .Jenkins when the lat-'
;er refused to grant a writ of habeas'
corpus applied for by attorneys for:
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Streets.
0pp. Fire Station.
TTTT p'DTTATt OC;7S
NVf" K1- a,: Vn;, v;b;,,d,;:;r ; cleaning, dyeing
refused permission to iand by the coi-.
lector oi customs. ' PRESSING WOXKS.
Kuan produced a certificate but the ,
customs authi r'ties held that it was
made out for another tnun. He will be .
deported at once.
FORT AND KUKUI STREETS.
FELLOW FEELING. j
Knicker "Doe his a a to smoke!" i
Bocker "Yes; but he hates to make !
it stop tii: after he is married." Har-
per 's Bazaar.
See CHAS. S. DESKY
The Most Superbly Situated Hotel in the World
OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO, THE GOLDEN GATE AND THE REBUILT
CITY. CONVENIENT TO SHOPPING. THEATER. BUSINESS AND RAILROAD CENTERS.
THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE
Operated on Both American and European Plan.
Combining all the convenience! ind luxuries a good hotel ihould have, with many unicuc. c-i'Ti! ; M
exauso'e feature!. Entirely reurnihel and refitted at a cost of over three m ilion dolia-s. on. s.:
center of the city headquarter of the Army and Navy iceneof most of the jocial festivities.
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1.000 GUESTS.
AmiiriraTi rTahli r!'TTnf.A Plan. nn irsnn. nr dav - - S5-00 and UOTt"' 3
MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY
(Also Operating Palace Hotel
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