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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. 1901
Sachs Store News
WBY WOMEN PREFER'
SHOPPING AT SACHS'
Because all goods are as represented.
Because the clerks are polite and obliging.
Because the stock is large and well assorted.
Because It pdys you always get the most your
money will buy. '
In to-Jay's advertisement we shall
mention a few things that will. sure
Iv necessitate a visit to our' store.
Come ana see the Roods anyway.
YOU NEED ANOTHER SHIRT WAIST.
In fact It's absolutely necessary that vou should be
, wearing one of these latest pattern White Muslin or
Swiss Shirt Walste, If you wish to be considered well
These new ones are the latest novelties, with env
embrolderv Insertion, fancv stork collars, bishop sleeves
and the stylish soft cuffs. Some have wide lapel fronts,
some have the Zouave effect. Prices range
$3.00 TO $5.00
of fine Mintinj, plitn inJ with
50c to $1.50
Pretty cap too of Muslin with
UreUlmmlngi; of tllk ith stlk
50c to $3.00
of Ch1flo, Moutfttln, it Sot.
carwJ Ivory st.inJar.li. p dmlej
nJ painted frames. viy cheap
$2 00 to $5.00
Very pretty hits of Mtiitln and
SwHs. Some reitly q jalnt de
aljin to ch ow from Swm are
white, otneri are colore. Trlm
meJ with lace, rlbbam anient
OOc to $4.50
of white illk tllklinii, natural
$1.00 to $3.50
Alio of plain ani ruftleJ silk,
Mack ani h te
$1 00 to 63.50
VERY FINE SWISS EMBROIDERY
Our stock of fire Swiss embroideries with Inser
tions to match, In widths from 2J1 to 5 Inches Is large
and varied. All the neweit pat ems never shown In
30c TO 75c PER YARD.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Tributes of Eloquence and
Flowers for Depart
PROGRAM IS COMPLETED
BY Q. A. R. COMMITTEE
Flan Will Float at Halfmast-
Flowers for Graves Should
be Left at Harmony
Millinery After - Thoughts.
The Fashion Creators thought out son bright, new
Ideas after Easter We have received six cases 1 f them.
Pietty fancies that are altogether
charming ; plain or figured.
P. K. and P. K's.
White or Mack, anJ colors.
Every woman loves a r-retty Hani
kerchief. Come ani see ours Fine
la:a atvlfaicy embroUereJ cJces,
You Need Hosiery
OF COURSE YOU DO.
Every woman dees, and the prettier
the Stockings are, the more the
wants them t es eclally when
crossing a rnufJy street.
And Hose Supporters
The klnj that fa'en onto th front
of the corset. We have them In all
colors of llk elastic.
THE M. E. KILLEAN CO., LTD.
TTieLight That NeverR'ils
The Angle LAmp
('ALSO CARRA GOOD STOCK OF HAHCWO..
" SMNB WD HAND LAMPS
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NEVER FAILS.
It seems almost lnacJWt that
any lamp could be cood enough to
taki the place of electricity on even
terms, yet such Is the case wlih the
ANGLE lamp. All over the Islands
feople are throwing aay their od
amps and replacing them with this
lamp not merely recause It costs
bout one -tenth as much to main
tain (cost It no object to some pe
pic) but, belda b.lnc Infinitely
cheaper. It Is more brilliant and
more reliable In the large In It la a
revelation to every one who uses It.
ard slip ply demumtrates that the
oldfashTond lamp was a barbar
ous contrivance. 1MB ANQLB LAMP
never smokes, smells or (rives any
trouble. Is lighted and extinguished
as easily as cas, and Is the Idea
light trcm every ttandpolnt, We
carry the lamps from $1.80 up.
T. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
AGENTS FOR Sterling Lubricating Oil. narlphos. Alien Centnt, Portlanl Omtnt. Clint Powder
Co . Pick. Ba'ata Bitting, Roche Harbor Lime O New Home Sewing Machines an! Han-American Hani
DEALERS IN Agateware, Glanware, Cromery. Harness. Sallies ani Leathers, Rugs, Brass Bel
steads, Trunks, Valises. Mattings, Sates, Linoleums I'owler and Caps, General Hardwar and Plantation
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b recommended to build up
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FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
The arrangements far the Decoration
Day observances In honor' of the Union
soldiers burled In Nutianti cemetery,
have, been completed by tho commltteo
In charge, representing the Geo. V. De
Long Post, of tho Grand Army of tho
Since tho observance of tho day, set
apart as a memorial to tho heroes of
the rebellion, was flrV begun In these
Islands In 1S82. the occasion has been
one of tho most popular holidays cf the
year, Iluslness Is suspended, tho nags
float at half mast, and tho people of all
nationalities follow tho old soldiers to
the beautiful cemetery up the valley
nnd witness with profound Interest,
the tender rite of covering the graves
with beautiful flowers.
Tho program will be clvcn at Xmutmi
cemetery In tho afternoon. The pro
cession will form on King street In
front of Harmony hall. The old sol
diers, the Sons of Veterans, a platoon
of regulars, different civic societies
nnd prlvato carriages, will make tip tho
line. The marshal of the day will bo
Harry Wilder. The line of march will
probably bo up AlalM and Emma
streets to Vineyard or Fchool. then left
to Ktiuanu. The march will begin nt 2
At tho cemetery, as heretofore an
nounced, the orator of the day will bo
Col. Ttiomas Fitch. The program In
full Is ns follows:
nitual .. Post Comman-Jer V. I., Eaton
Prayer Chaplain Jay Green
Ritual Post Commander
Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech
Address Thomas Fitch
Roll Call of tho Dead.
Adjt. John V. Francis.
Ritual Post Commander
Ritual Sons of Veterans
Ritual Post Commander
Ritual Sfns of Veterans
Salute to tho Dead..
Squad of Regulars. "
Strowlng of Flowers ....Fred Tcrrlll
Hymn "My Country 'TIs of Thee
Denedlctlon .. Rev. W. Morris Klncald
The roBter of thn local Post contains
a list of about thirty names. As the
ranks are thinned out by death, re.
crults como down from the Coast,
keeping about an even pace with tho
loss. The Post was founded In 1882
nnd was named In honor of tho famous
Arctic explorer who lost his life In tho
effort to reach tho North Pole.
Thoso In charge of tho arrangements
request that all Hags in the city bo
placed at half mast on Decoration Day
nnd that flowers for tho soldiers bo left
at Harmony hall,
IN SENATE YESTERDAY.
All tho Senate did yesterday after
noon was to consider nmmeluth's con
current resolution calling for a Joint
commltteo to visit tho Porto Rlcans
on (luarantlne Island. The Indepen
dents were In favor of tho resolution
but the majority of tho Republican sldo
were opposed to It. Mr. Carter said It
was no business of the Legislature to
Interfere with tho work of tho Federal
Government. After the Republicans
had finished talking against tho meas
ure, tho Independents quietly remark
ed that the Federal authorities had In
vited n committee of tho Legislature
to visit tho Island. Mr. Baldwin was
tho only one of tho Repuhllrnns who
was In favor of making the trip.
Tho resolution was adopted at a little
lifter 2:30 o'clock. Tho Chair ap
pointed Messrs. Baldwin and Kalauo-
kalnnl nnd Dr. Russel ns the commit
tee from the Senate and on motion of
Mr. Whlto, tho Scnnto ndjourned.
llnrvnrd Took Lend.
Philadelphia, April 27, Tho seventh
annual relay races and track nnd field
events of the University of Pennsyl
vania wero held on Franklin Field this
afternoon, Although no records 'Acre
broken, fast time was mado In many of
the events. Tho principal rates of thu
day wero tho one, two and four mile
relny events for tho championship of
tho United States. Harvard won both
tho two nnd four inllo races, wlillo
Yale captured tho ono mile contest.
When the House convened yesterday
afternoon, nmmeluth, Kumalac, Ko-
Illkoa, QltOUan, Dickey and Puukl
were appointed as the committee of In
vestigation Into tho Quarantine Island
troubles. Tho committee started out
Immediately and the House made a
feeble attempt at continuing work.
A message was received from Treas
urer Wright which in brief was as fol
Receipts up to Juno 30th, '
1901 $ 348,314.50
Expenditures up to Juno
30th, 1901 214,000.00
Balance at Juno 3Cth,
1901 i 10t.31t.50
Receipts up to June 30th,
1903, barring Income
Expenditures, Unpaid lit lis.
Flro Claims, etc 1.401,195.00
Balance to be figured up
on for appropriations .. 3,034,719.50
Tho message was also tabled to bo
considered with the appropriation.
The Committee on Finance banded
In a partial report advising that tho
$2000 appropriated for Recording Clerk
In tho Secretary's odlcc be stricken out.
They also advised that but (1000 be al
lowed for stenographers In the Judi
ciary Department. Tho report was
CHILDREN'S WORST FOR.
Children show symptoms of dlseasn
quicker than grown people, uud aro
accordingly easy to treat for all trou
bles. The worst foes of children aro
worms, but their presenco can bo read
ily detected and speedily removed.
When a child becomes restless In
sleep, picks at Its noso, grinds Its
teeth, has an Irregular npctltc, Is ner
vously Itrltable, and has bad breath, It
Is a victim of worms' work. Thcio 1
Just ono way to treat worms that Is
to kill them. Don't wasto tlmo on any
other treatment, and don't waste
money on nny other medicine, for
Klckapoo Indian Worm Kilter Is tho
safest, surest, promptest and most per
manent relict from worms. Hobron
Drug Co., agents for Klckapoo Indian
I HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuaiiu Sttt.,
almo HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
Works 'Phone, 389
SaVe YOlir Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Upstairs to Kitchen,
You win never House to Servants' Quarters,
part with it. House to Stable, Etc.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a r larantee at a price- -well,
you cannot nfford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Grass Linens in All Colors.
6andul Wood Boxes. Pongee Silks
For Gentlemen's Suits and also In lighter weights.
ftlBRCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths nude up In the
GOO X,XX1, IllO Nuuanu St.
Will PUY BJM
A gamo has been arranged between
tho ppllco bascballers and the Hono
lulu Athletic Club on a week from next
Saturday. Tho gamo should bo, a good
one ns both teams play crackajack ball
In practice. Tho players aro mostly
all old veterans at tho game, nnd ex
perience will make up for their lark
Tho Athletic Club lines up ns fol
lows: D. Dayton, c; II. Kaal, p; Chris.
Willis, lb; J, Thompson. 2b; I (Ilea-
son, 3b; Anton Lewis, ss; J. Hansman,
If; J. Aylctt. cf; Tom Price, rf. Sub-
stltutcs A. Cunha, W. Wilder, J. Wil
liams, S. Mahuka.
Tho pollco at present nro playing as
follows: Joy, p; I.au, c; islle, lb;
Kllnt, 2b; Parker, 3b; Martin, ss;
Jackson, cf; Akau, It; and Esplnola,
Delay In tho Treatment of bronchitis.
which generally begins with a chill, hot
feverish attacks and a feeling of ex
haustlon, develops Into very serious
complication. PAIN-KII.I.RU taken In
hot water, as well as rubbing tho chest
with It clear, will speedily cure. Avol.l
substitutes, thero Is btu on Patn-Kllter,
Perry Davis'. Prlvo 25c. nnd 50c.
It Is stntcd on Wall Etrcet that W. K,
Vandorbllt has secured control of the
From Apr'l 1st
to April 30th
W. H. THOSE, Proprietor.
Prizes : 1st, $15 ; 2nd, $10 ; 3rd, $5
Open to the Public
MEALS AT ALL HOURS FROM 6:30
A. M. TO 1 1 P. M. EUROPEAN PLAN.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
Beer and Wine Dealers.
iMrORTKRH, AND WHOLESALE
wine ani Lipr Dealers.
Ateota lot the HotlleJ Rainier Bmi ct Seattle
No. 10 NUUANO ttTOKKT
Foster Bloti. HoiolVLU, Hawaiian Iiusdi.
P.O. Roa 1?-. MumisI Taletbeae scS
(rORMRlY TIIS CAGle)
OYSTIilt AND CHOP IIOU8E.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
LARGE INVOICE OF
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's Roin?
fast, but there's more com
Ing every month.
l. H. DEE. Prop.
BIllY lUNOOBeN, Proprietor.
HOTEL STREET, near Nuuanu, neat ioor to Pally
Kyan's "tncoie" 81- m
A full line of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shriners are welcome to visit our
gallery and see the
to suit evtrv
v taste and every
purse : : : :
Lewers & Cooke,
!iiViiiwiVicim m''J. k2 to carry
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