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I2GHT A H ttOXOLUUI REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST a& 190!.
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REGEPT10H IT HaWIIIaH
BOTEL BY KBS. OE FRIES
Four New Native Seng Delight the
Public In Honor cf Son' Twentieth
Birthday Many Present.
Mrs. Baaa Alexandria
Fries gave a delightful reception at
the Royal Hawaiian Hotel last even-Sag
ta honor of the twentieth anniversary
of the birth, of her son Alexander,
w Is at present on the Island
of Hawaii aad who. last night, gave
a reception to his friends la Hik ia
eeiesraUoa of toe ease occasion.
A large Bomber of the most representative
of Honolulu's citizens was
present, enjoying the deHghtfnl cool
of the evening or the spaeioes verandas
of the hote) and listening to the
MMic of the Territorial band.
Meet delightful of all the events of
tite evening was the singing of four
new Hawaiian songs composed by
Mrs. de Fries, and snag last night by
Mtos I. Ketttaa and Mrs. X. Alapai. to
the accompaniment of the band.
BeeMee the Invited guests the
grounds of the hotel were filled with
people who had come to listen to the
singing of the new songs, which are
undoubtedly a rich addition to the
repertoire of the band and the songs
of Hawaii. They proved most fetching
as far as the delight and appreciation
of the public were concerned.
Refreshments were served in the
lanal of the hotel by Mrs. de Fries who
astfteted her guests to cooling
dtanghts and dainty dishes with her
Daring the singing of the songs
which she had composed there was a
general call for the author -to make
her bow to the charmed gathering.
Armed with a multitude of beautiful
lets the poet and hostess mounted the
platform of the band-stand, acknowledging
the tumultuous applause of her
admirers with many modest bows.
and placed around the necks of the
fair singers and the members of the
band, remembering Kappolraolster H.
Berger first of all, the brightlcolored
Ms a token of her appreciation of
the Manner in which they had rendered
The following was the program of
Overture. "The Road to Glory" KHng
Chorus, Tannbauser" "Wagner
Grand- Selection. "I Martirr. Donizetti
Pour new Hawaiian songs; poetry and
music composed by Mrs. Emma de
Fries; arranged by Capt Berger
(a) "Kukllakila," (b) "Wal Kaahuula,"
Miss I. Keliiaa.
(c) "Klliolanl." (d) "Llholiho."
Mrs. N. Alapai.
Cornet Solo, "Eloanor Polka" (by
Mr. Charles Kreuter.
Selection. "Clorindy" Mackie
Waltz, MAndalusian Love Dream"
March. "The Gladiators" Sousa
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Queen Liliuokalani was unable to
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m sp ip
be present at the reception, act ten-tarsfas:
oat oh serosal of the rain.
Prise David was also absent.
BE FELL PROW EHiGE
480 BRUISED HIS FACE
Daring the services of the Salvation
Amy last evening a man. suddenly
rose is the audience and seemed to
so into an ecstacy of religious fervor.
instead of approaching the mourners
bench, however, he reeled to the doorway
and then tumbled down the stairs,
suiting his head once or twice on the
way down. He was unconscioes when
nicked up and taken to the police station
ia the patrol wagon. He soon revived,
however, seeming to be all
right with the exception that he could
not remember the accident He was
informed that he had fallen down
stairs at the Salvation Army Headquarters.
"I knew stairs had something
to do with it." he is reported to
have said, solemnly. "I hope 1 don't
fall down the 'Golden Stairs' the same
way. if I ever start climbing them."
The man did not give his name. He
was not injured beyond a slight cat
f n his forehead and went bis way rejoicing
that things had been no worse.
He said that he had a fit and denied
that he had been overcome by religious
FIRST 1904 ROOSEVELT CLlB.
Formed at Kansas City to Support
Him for the Presidency.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, Aug 8. About
fifty prominent Republicans of Kansas
City have organized the "1904 Theodore
Roosevelt club." The purposes
"1. To secure the nomination of
Vice President Roosevelt for President
in the Republican national convention
"2. To have this convention held
in Convention hall in Kansas City.
"3. To have Missouri present a
folid Roosevelt delegation in the convention."
The organization has the distinction
of being the first "1901 Roosevelt
rbjb" in the country. It Is proposed
that this shall be the center of an organization
that will cover the entire
rtate of Missouri. Every county in
the state is to have Its Roosevelt club,
s o that the structure will be complete.
The following officers and committees
were elected to serve until after
the Republican national convention in
E. Mont Relly, president; M. E.
Oetchell, secretary; Dr. Burt S. Wheeler,
treasurer; G. W. Lodwick. assistant
Section 3 of the constitution reads
r.s follows: "This club shall not be
used in any way to further the interest
of any candidate for office.
to nomination, other than the Hon.
Theodore Roosevelt for President in
On Sunday Rev. eGorge Adams will
rreach in the Central Union Church,
it being his last Sunday here. In the
morning he will take for his 3ubject:
The Potter and the Clay." speaking
in the evening on: "Seek Ye First the
Kingdom of God."
CORNER IN LADY EUCSS.
Massachusetts Farmers Aroused and
May Make it a Political Issue.
PITTS3IJRG. Mass. Tea laniers
ap West Stockbridge way axe such
exercised about a, threatened corner
in lady bugs. It seems that Professor
Loonsbury of Cape Colony, South Africa,
has pat in a drag net order for
all the lady bugs that can be caught,
on the plea that they are wanted In
Soath Africa to eat up certain other
very unladylike bags which, are devouring
Professor Loansbury's lady bug order
came in some way, presumably
through the Agricultural Department,
to F. C Tobey of Ossinlng. which used
to be Sing Sing, N. Y.. and who is understood
to be equipped with a large
amount of bug lore. Tobey has a
summer residence at West Srockbridge
and he has undertaken the accumulation
of lady buga for export on a comprehensive
scale. He wants 100 small
boys to enlist as hunters to chase the
lady bug to her lair. The bugs swarm
in great numbers in Berkshire county,
and the boys are scooping them in
in great numbers.
The consequence is that the West
Stockbrldge farmers are aroused. They
all read the Springfield Republican,
and they think in this strange South
African descent upon their lady bug
crop that they oee the trail of the imperialistic
serpent Furthermore, there
is a distinct savor of the octopus in
the methods of this antipodean lady
Besides all that, they argue that if
the lady bugs are good to protect
South African crops, they likewise are
good to protect Berkshire crops. They
are entering vigorous protests to the
further gathering of the lady bug crop,
and are talking of making the lady
bug a political issue, providing the
operations of the bug trust are not
A YOUNG LADY'S LIFE SAVED.
At Panama, Colombia, by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and
Dr. Chas. H. Utter, a promnent
physician, of Panama, Colombia, in a
recent letter states: "Last March I
had a patient, a young lady sixteen
"'ears of age, who had a very bad attack
of dysentery. Everything I
prescribed for her proved Ineffectual
and she was growing worse every
hour. Her parents were sure she
would die. She had become so weak
that she could not turn over in bed.
What to do at this critical moment
was a study for me, but I thought of
Chamberlain Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy and as a last 'report
prescribed it The most wonderful
result was effected. Within eight
hours she was feeling much better;
'uslde of three days she wa3 upon her
feet and at the end of one week was
entirely well." For sale by all druggists
and dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., agents for Hawaii.
Dandruff by picking one scale at a
time, load it into a shot gun and fire
it to the other side of the island.
But by using
you can rid yourself permanently of
the loathsome dandruff scales which
cause baldness and insupportable
itching of the scalp.
The daily use of water is objectionable;
water, however bright and
clear, contains myriads of invisible
disease germs, which when deposited
upon the scalp and hair, induce scalp
disease and a degeneration and loss
Jl "the queen of table waters."
Served at State Dinners given by- the Queen.
N. Y. Sun.
The .beverage of the select world.
For Sale by MAGFABUNE I GO., -Ltd.,
iV. Y. Tribune.
IX X X T X X X X IIII XXX X X X X X X xxxx
Summer "beverages and so-called soft drinks
have no place in tne dinner hamper of the
picnic party, The proper picnic beverage,
and the one that people who know always
take, is the now world- famed
There is a sparkle and a mildly invigorating
g ity about it that fits in nicely at a picnic. It is
JJ indescribable-and the beer is indispensable. You
h will appreciate this beverage.
Sale of Surplus Stock!
As our new premises are too small to hold the new shipments now
arriving we are selling off the surplus stock at prices never heard of In
Mattresses from $1; Bookcases, $11; Feather Pillow, 75c; Iron
Beds, $2; Cheffoniers, $4; Tables, 75c; Washstands, 1.50; Bureaus,
$7.50; Japanese Matting, 15c; Folding Cots, $2.50; Oil-stoves,
75c; Fibre Matting, 40c.
And everything elee at reduced prices.
BOOKS of all descriptions, lent to read, 5c per volume.
SPECTACLES All sights in every kind of frame, from 20c up.
HARDWARE, tinware less than Chinaman's prices.
atfew' Qkap 3,h. StQE
1301 FOBT STREET, OPPOSITE XUKTJTC STREET,
RBy.s T iWBnWT1 L lanff f i "".nannVnvnF""
tjjFrg? , i . - tvgrai
Putup in; bottle? -with.
the above l&bel. "
Tkere is only one "Bandruff
Xiller " in theso&rket, that's
Brewing mi Maltiag Co.
Orders Solicited for Bottled
i and Draught Beer
TELEPHONE MAIN 341
Has removed from Elite
Building to the Arlington
Given away to any of the boys
that drop in to have "a wet" at
HARRY A. JUEN'S
You know the Roots down King Street.
CLEANED . AND . PRESSED.
Suits made to order. Fit guaranteed
2i Hotel Street
WANTED To aeD soeae 2a white
Diaraosd rings, also ftae opal riags.
reasonable prices. Watch repaired,
os tine. G. Dtetx. watchmaker and
jeweler, Fort street, aear Hotel,
ia Preacotfa store.
WANTED Girts to do Laaadry
Work. Apply Saaltarr Steam
Laundry, K&waJahao aad Soath
WANTED A Urate or
cottage, ceatratty located, ay 1st
of Sept Apply to "K." Republican
FOR SALE OR RENt7
STORE aad Cottage at SI? School
street, comer Achl Lane, next to
new bridge. Eaqwtre, Hoffman $.
FOR RENT Part of a rrUh4
house with nse of kitchens, to r
sponsible parties. Rent reeeooabH
Central location. Address H." Republican
Two (2) Story Hoeee at
on. Young street, containing X Bed
rooms upstairs, and 2 Bedrooms. X
Double Room, Parlor. Dining Room.
Kitchen. Bath Room and Patent Water
KAPIOLAN'I BSTATE. LTD
FOR RENT Part of a furnish!
house with use of kitchen, to responsible
parties. Rent reaeonabl
Central location. Address H." Republican
FOR RENT A tew fwratahed and un-furnished
rooms la a new house
Mosquito proof. Third noose above
German Bakery. Fort street
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms
modern, every coavealeaee. also bm
table board, special opening, rates
rooms $3.M. board SS per wevk
Helon's Court, Adams lane, off Hotel
street, adjoining Btlte building
Telephone White 34S1.
Nlcoly furnished and airy room, at
the Elite, 1S4 Hotel street.
FOR RENT An eight room cottage.
with stable and servants' quarters,
on College street, between Domini
and Wilder Ave. Convenient to c
lines. Inquire jiext jioor.
COMFORTABLE cottages" on the
premises of the Sanitary Steam
Laundry Co., Ltd., Marmlon aad
South streets. The cottages contain
4 rooms, kitchen ami bath room. No
extra charge for hot and cold water
and electric lights. Reat reason
able. Apply on the premise to J.
rrrnvn A Typewrit r
Owner can have It by calling on
Philip Naoae. at Thomas Fltha
office. King street, proving property
and paying all expenses.
, Being a germ killer, will destroy all
disease germs that may find lodgment
on the scalp or hair.
rn tBEMiiiSl"' jamah
for daily dressing of the hair; it will
keep the scalp clean, healthful, free from
dandruff, and the hair in elegant con-
Pacheeo's Dandruff Killer
Sold by all Druggists asd at
the Union Barber Shop. ;
TELEPHONE MAIN 232
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