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Some women cannot understanJ why a dress "gets old" so quickly
looks pretty In the store and at first or second wearing "then It's a
rag " That comes of poor making. If the shape and charm of a
costume are produced by proper lines In cutting and proper sewing
(we call It tailoring all through). It will hold Its good looks But
even a poorly cut and male dress can be Ironed Into shape. Trouble
Is, the shape does not stay and the dress soon " looks old."
Many Dressmaking Establishments make many dresses and
wraps, but a very few monopolize the trade of careful woman and.
one must lead them all. Which? Measured by buslness-8ACHV
DRY GOODS CO.
Let us now talk to you about the retail department filled to
the brim, so t speak, with goods and
' FABRICS New and Bright.
at prices that make this store Honolulu's favorite one for economical
COLORED WOOL GREPONS 75 cents
These crepons are 44 Inches wide, beautiful figured
patterns. Former prices were ?i and f 1.25 per yard,
but we have reduced them to 75 cents per yard.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Tht Utest In these ttull(ul
ncht wl Je
$c per ri.
Women1 white petttcontu
Hinitomtly rmbf olierti
CamFiTc . ..$ S'toSi.jo
French Nlnaok i.f j to ft jo
SLUMBER ROBES FOR WOMEN
MuHlIn, with embroidery trimmings SI.OO
Cnmhrlc, with embroidery trimmings ..$1.50 to $3 50
Nalnnook, with imbroldery ai.d lace trimmings $2.50 to $4.50
There Is an especially nice one we would like to tell you about.
It Is made from French Nainsook soft and fleecy- low yoke, short
sleeves, fancy Valenciennes lace Insertion trimmings Price $4.35
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
i N TheLightThatNeverEiils
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&ms-i -v. h. Mia
the Angle Laqip
,ALSO CARINA GOOD STOCK OF HANGING..
SIAND AM HAND LAMPS'
AGENTS FOK Slcrllnc LutrlctlnK Olli. "lrlpho, Alun Cimtnt, PorlUnJ Ctncnt, olant PowJtr
)ick uim lulling, Kocne rwpor Limt s ti
Tltll bilk IM A .,ua ! ".A. ...
ttcadi. Trunks, VIUf, Mutincs, ts. Linoleums
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Weak and (Wllnvorkpri.ariii nriiaiiirp.'QiMiiiH....
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
Grass Linens in All Colors.
s Stindal Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's SulM and also In lighter weights.
MBRCHAN r TAILOR, A large variety of cloth nude up In the
GOO HSZ10OLn IO Nuuanu St.
,. THE li V I: N I N G H U 1. 1. Is T I N
Till! OI.I)l!ST HAWAIIAN DAI I. V I'AI'liK
A KlONliYkB roa Alivihllkin tM v4 ,,4 v4 J
Muslin, embroidered trim
mines Tjcptr pair
Camtilc, mb oldtfel trim
mings, $1.00 per pair
Trench Nainsook with
Swiss embroidery, ...
Ijqi rr pair
In variety of styles and
cood materials Mulln.
Cambric and Nalmoolc ...
60c to fj 50
Another Large Shipment
01 Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NLWER FAILS
It teeiri atmott IncreJ Mt that
anylaspcuuU tv jtooJ enough to
mk mcpiacvoit Kincitr vnevn
lernn. rt huch It the caw Uh tht
ANGLE lamp. All over tht WlanJt
reurtt are thnwlni? aav ttitlro d
lamps anj rep.acnc them with this
lamp, not ntrely tecaj it costs
aroui oneienin at mucn to main
tain (coit It no object to torn i -pie)
tut, teU blnjr Infinitely
cheaper, It If more brilliant an4
noie reliable In the largaln It it a
rtvelatlon to every one wtioiiMSlt,
ad tin-ply demi mi rates that tht
olitahlon4 lamp wat a barter
out contrivance, the angle lamp
never tmoket, tmellt or irlve any
trouble li Merited anJ extlnculthed
a eatlly at et, anJ Ittht Met
lljtht In m every itandpulnt. Wt
carry thett latcpttrcm Si 8oup.
T. II. DaWes & Co., Ltd.
New Horn Sewing Machines anJ I'an-Amtrican Hani
Il.v.( C.,,l.. .nl I ..Iku. t...... D.a !!
Powder and Caps, General Har4wr and Plinution
- .iU3 1jWJ
Is recnmmendeii to Imilil mi
ihe convalescent. strentlfhfnthi
TiY SAT DIM
DAY AND EVM
But Did Not Sit Long
on the Latter
HOUSE HARD AT WORK
ON THE COUNTY BILL
Sergeant-at-Arms Sent Out After
Absent Numters--Bare Quorum
Secured County Sherifl
When tbo Ilouso convened for the af
ternoon session the order of the day
was suspended and the County bill was
again placed on tlio grill.
After getting rid of one or two sec
tions left undecided yesterday, the
County Sheriff was decided.
The minimum of the sheriffs bond
was raised from 13000 to $5000 The
maximum was $20,000.
The bill proved that, when a ivancy
occurs. In the office of sheriff that the
coroner shall tnke up his duties. The
section was amended so that the work
falls upon the first deputy sheriff In
raso of necessity.
Several sections were found to be
lacking In some of tlio copies, so that
consideration was deferred until sonic
Tho County Coroner was next on'
eldcrcd. Sections 2, 3, i and 5, relative
to tho coroner taking up the sheriff's ,
duties, wcro stricken out. Tho rest of
the chapter dealing with tho coroner
was passed without Important amend
Chapter X, dealing vlth the County
Koad Supervisor, was passed without
Tho committee of tho whole then
took a recess until 7::I0 o'clock.
Aklna took the chair and coats wero
put on with somo alacrity. I
After some objections he announced.
tho House as adjourned.
When the House convened last even
Ing half an hour was spent In scaring
up a quorum. The tergennt-at-arms
managed to corral OIIDllan. UobcrUon,
Monsarrat and Kumalae, after con
siderable trouble. This mndo fifteen
and Knnlho'a arrival made up tho
quo rum. Tho statesman from Knhnla
was greeted with applause as he en-
The Ilond Supervisor was promptly
got through with, nnd then tho House
started In to mutllnto the IloaYd of
The amending nnd passing went mer-
rlly townrd until section 31 was reach-
ed. Tho section provided to tho pro-
curing of sufficient quarters for tho ofrl-
ctals In caso tho court house wob too mor it as dlsregardel by the corres
small, Tho section read "to provide poudent hero of the Associated Tress,
for court room. Jail and officer for th6 Now, however, tho correspondent hns
tho following officers:" received a private letter from a usual-
Thnt was too much for the House. 'jy trustworthy Bource 'n Vllna, capital
Hobertson suggested, nn additional of tho government of that nnmo. say
ralslng of bonds, If Jail? wero to he Ing that Count Tolstoi was reported to
GllflUan wanted n mosquito net add-
ed for tho comfort of tho officers, nnd
other ruggestlons came thick nnd fust.
Tho section was finally nmended for
tho officials" sake.
About 10 o'clock tho membets began
to disappear, and tho (ommltteo wns
finally forced to adjourn.
The Coffee Report.
Otis. McAllitor & Cu.'h rolfoo report
for April 0, says:
Cofteo has developed a wenlt position
slqco Mnreh 7th nnd prlcea for Iliuzlli
In Now York nro whero they were prior ,
to tho speculntlte moveniiim 'two 1
showing n net loss of 'fie per pound ,
during tho month under rovlow llrnill ,
rctelpts no too heavy, co&Yo stoclci nro
too largo, to bo Ignored nnd all coiv
sumlng markets nro showing tlw effect)
of over supplies. Local husl'uas hit
latterly turned quiet ns buyers deem
ronscrvntlsm tho best fcr their Inter
ests, especially In vlow of tho recent
largo nrrlvnls here, with tho prospect
of fmther liberal addition dining tho
next Blxty days.
Todays first hand stock consists of
9,752 hags Costa Illca, IM Nlcaiaiua.
13,339 Salvador, 21, 825 (luaten'nla,
l,fi2fi Mexican and 5,027 bags of other
kinds; 111 nil 52,022 bigs as luminal
ii7,379 bags samo tlmn last year,
Do You Buffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen musclesT If so.
procure nt once n bottle, of PAIN
KII.MIH nml follow tho printed dlrce
tlons, The lullef Is Instantaneous 11s
well as lusting, No ncccHnlty to HiifTc r
when 11 remiMly nudi us I'nln-Klller U
to bo had. Hlxty yeais of silcegs Npnali
for llfelf. A 0I1I substitutes, tlieio Is
bin 01111 l'.iln-Klllcr. I'erry lUv'.s
I'rlru 25c. nnd COfl.
Ovmarn & Co, can now bo found on
Alalca street between King and Mer
"THE MAUI" IS NOW
OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Manager Field Has Made Good Start
Drug Store on Ground Floor
Prospects for Very
Walluku, April 13. Tho Maul hotel.
W. H. rich! manoger, was opened for'
business on Monday tho Sth Inst. This
Is ono of tho most magnificent buildings
In Walluku, and the town can now
properly lioast of poFsvsalng a hotel for
the first time worthy of tho name.
It Is a two-story wooden building
costing about $0,000. Tho upstairs Is
devoted entirely to hotel business. Tho
dining room, lorntcd on the Walhco
side of the building can accommodate
about twenty people at one sitting.
The largo bedrooms nro supplied with
Downstairs, on the corner facing
Maul und High streets Is located tho
drug store, which department will bo
under the management of Mr. Kaul
knew who Is now on the ny from tho
Coast with a full supply of drugs. A
model restaurant Is run In connection
with tho hotel and Is already coining
Last Thursday evening tho first of a
series of dinner parties was given In
tho dining roomjjf the hotel.
Tb following ladles nnd gentlemen
were present. Carl Waldeycr, Geo,
lions, Miss linns. Miss Hcleno lions.
Mr. and Mrs Jns. I.. Coko, Mr. nnd
Mrs. (I. H. Hobertson, Mr. nnd Mrs.
W. O. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. II,
Mr. and Mrs. I J,
Wheeler. Lieut. V
It. llootc, Judgo
,v. A. McKay. (1. II. Henderson, A. S. C,
Jackson and Jas. N. K, Kcola.
Tbo affair was n most pleasant one.
After dinner, the remainder of tho
evening wns spent on the spacious
verandas of the hotel.
All tho rooms of the Maul hotel nro
already engaged next week by partlcH
expected from Honolulu. Mr. Field Is
receiving the congratulations of his
numerous friends for tlio excellent din
tier he set up, for It was really tho
finest of tho kind ever gUen In Wallu
ku, and tho Maul hotel ranks with
some of tho first class hotels In Hono-
COURT TOLSTOI IIANI8III1D.
St. Petersburg, April 1. It was ru
mored several days ago, but generally
disbelieved, that Count I.en Tolstoi had
been banished from Il.issla because of
j tho uttcmplcd ass.issluntlou of Privy
Councillor I'obledoniist70ff. chief iro-
curator of the Holy Synod (who was
shot at early In the moinlng of Mnich
22d while sitting In hit study, the nt
tempt being attributed to n dcslrn for
revengo grow Ing nut of the excom-
munlcntlon of Count Tnlstol.)
Owing to tho Indeflnlteness of tho ru-
'have passed thiough Vllnn. Mnrch Mtli,
being escorted to tho frontier by two
Nccij. furnished rooms, ropulnr
iinime. 1219 Fort St.. $1 CO ncr week un.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD
bhu 1 pAHS"nuluAnb
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Morchnnt nnd Nuunnu St.,
oImo HOTEL. T., opponltu Bathe!.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOllf Wife Many Steps by Installing
A. House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
We will Install two 'phones complete
you cannot nnoru 10 De witnout tliem.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
From Apr I 1st
to April 80th
W. H. THONE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd. $10 ; 3rd, $5.
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. At. TO II I'. M. tUROITAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Heaver Lunch Rooms
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEE!,
Union St. near Hotel ou
Large tract of land situated In Nuuanu
Valley, Honolulu, containing 20 acres,
more or less, and known as the Nuuanu
Pall Sa'oon premises, with buildings and
Grounds cultivated with fruit trees, etc.
Apply to A. G. CORREA,
1 702-1 f if Kaahumanu St.
Works 'Phone, 389,
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
to Stable, Etc.
under a r jnrantee at a price well,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. O Acltl Promlont A Mnnsger
M. K. NskflltlA. .. VIpa TM,l,lAn
J. Makalntii .Troanuror
Enoch Johnon Hoerotary
Geo. L. I)esh Auditor
IHMKD OK OIKKCTORS:
J. W. niplkana.
rhe nlmvfi Pnmnanw will In Ia..
or noil UnJj In nil partfl of the Hawaiian
in mm to; nun n.nu UiS UOUhCf in 1116 UltT
of Honolulu for ront. I48j-vl
W. C." ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will 110 or i.t'i Ot EstaUls
JI parts of the groan.
Or We will Sell PropsrtUi on Beason.
DFF1CE. 10 West Kikg Street
Real Estate Broker
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher ol Title. . .
The following bicycles are now at the
Police Station and owners can have them
by proving property and paying expenses
Tribune, No, 4750; Columbia, No. 8204
Columbia, No. 6n8; Eldredge No. 24730,
Imperial, No. 14506 mfrtf
The Evening Uullotln776 cenirper
f Sole Agents
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