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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T SATURDAY, JULY 2", 1901
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OF THE T'MES
COTTON, LINEN AND TURKISH TOWELS
Many other stows are selling these same value for twice what we ak,
simply because there Is always such a demanJ for towels that It Is no trouble
to Ret high prices forth m. Our prices are always the lowest. This
week, this week only-they'te (join to be lowerthan ever, because we struck
such a towel bargain that we can afford to sell a lone way below any other
store In Honolulu.
Cotton Towels at Factory
Size lbJ7 Honey Comb Towels
OOc a dozen.
Regular Jt.oo value.
Size 21x48 Honey Comb Towels
6I.S0 a dozen.
Regular 51.50 value.
Size Jix45tf Honey Comb
Towels, 81.45 a dozen.
Regular f 2.00 value.
Turkish Towels at
Size 10W.X14. Turkish Towels,
6l.3u a dozen.
Size 22x4-, Turkl'h Towels,
$1.40 n dozen.
Size 10x39 Turkish Towels,
S3 10 a dozen.
This size Is extra heavy and
would be cheap a' l).co a dozn.
Size 22x48. Turkish Towels,
63.0S. This Is an extra Urge
and extra heavy towel that wlls
regularly at fj.oo per dozen.
Linen Towels at Cotton Prices
You'd be lucky to buy them at
these prices ur der the old tariff
Size I7;i29, Pure Linen, jure white and colored bo der,
regular $2.00 value ; this week only at $1 40 n dozen.
Size t86, Pure Linen, all whit;, cheap even at $2.25. Think
of th's week's price - SI OS n dozen.
Size 22x44, Extra Quality Pjre Llren, colored border and
fringed, beautiful towels $3 05 a dozen.
Size 21X17, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel thit regularly ells
at fi.oo; Our price this week Is. S3 10 a dozen.
These towels are cheaper than
gold dollars at to cents. Come
along qulcklv, the sale lasts
this week only. : : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
A NEW LINE OF
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CONVINCED. 14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUAMJ
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARRIVB
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h recommended fo build up i
T ISSSKrt he convalesce, strengthen the !
weak and overworked, and prgduce; sound ."Wl
i jt TJi i .
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
New Light Blue Grass Linen
uIho other colors.
European Goods for Ladles' Suits. Pongee Silks
Nev Patterns for Gentlemen's Suits in Lighter Weights
MERCHANT TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In th
- latest styles.
GOO KIM, 1110 Nuuanu St.
PROBLEMS FOR THE
All communications to this column to be addressed to Chess Kilitor, liven
ing Bulletin, 1'. 0. Uox "IS, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
H. W. Schmidt: Thanks for calling our attention to thu fact that not
K. but l Schmidt solved Problem No.lS.
P-K8 (Q) oilos not cook Problem No. 20. Try In reply P-KKU.
Solution of Problem No. 19 K-K7.
PROBLEM NO. 21.
UY W. E. ARNOLD, FROM N. V. SUN.
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4mb. wrf& mm &A
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVbS.
Tho following came, won by .Mar-1
oczy. the great Hungarian player. U of
unusually brilliant style. c.amc and 1
notes from 'ChecKmati-": !
Qame No. 39.
Irregular Knights' Came.
1. PK4 1. P-K4
2. Kt-Kll3 2. I'-QI
3. PxP 3. II Q3
A novelty; P-K3 and QP are mene
4. KIQH3 I. KtK113
3. H-KtSch. 5. P-I13
Inferior, nlnct black can iecoor IiIh
P by tho simple process U PQ
Kt4; 7. B-Kt .1. P-K13. Hut Marorzy
has a still better line of play,
7. PxQIlP 7. Castle:
Mack gives up still another pawn.
8. Kt-Q4 8. PP
9. KtxtJUP 9. (J-Ktn
10. KtxKt 10. IUKt
Necessary to stop I1-QH3
niack has n clear miperlorlty. but
would hau had a hard task if bis op
ponent had now rctic-nteri D-K2. The
move actually made glcg opportunity
for a dcclslM- onslaught.
12. Castles? 12
13. Kvll 13.
13. P-KI14 13.
1. KP 16.
Shoua tho admirable
tho 14th move
PxP op ch.
And tllacK mates In live moves.
thus: 22 Il-KIMch.: 23. Kxll.
Q-KR6cli.: 21. K-K13. PKIt3ch.; 23. K
114. P-Kt4ch.: 2fi. KK3. Q mates.
The following gamo was lecently
played In thu United States In the
Last vs. West match. Notes from
New York "Clipper ':
Game No. 40.
P to K4
.1. I. Jellett.
P to K I
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ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGBNWALD BUILDING.
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All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and lie
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roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Ilrldges, Buildings, HlgliAas, Founda
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, nd Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO. SI. A5I. Soc C. B.,
Engineer and Slanagor.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
Follows a model draw Anderaxon vs.
Fritz, but here Improves on Piof. A.'s
10.. P tnkes II.
ir n. Km. Q.i.
15. KtxP ch.
(J her .".
(J nr. h.
13. It to K Hf ctr.-
11 liU 3
(Ile(nus 21... .QxQ Is IokimI and
2.V IIQ eh wins thu Kt. lz. '-'".
Kt-Kt sc.; 2'i. Pit I. Kt-R2; 27. lt-Ks
ch Kt-II bq.; 28. UKt. ch.. ete. 1M )
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SUPREME COURT ASKED
TO CONVENE AT ONCE
Attorney General Says Exigency in
Matter of Constitution and Flag
Requires an Immediate
Attorney General Dole has nmile nn
urgent plea to the Supreme Conn for
a special betslon. He enumei.ites thu
pi Lionels who mm convlcU'il of lu
famous trlmcs between August 12.
lSitS and June U. lltOu, and sas:
"I think It is my plain duty to do all
, I lawfully can to pic!ui these cilml
. nals (and theiu ale two or thiec lases
jof outrage far worse than ordinary
jniurdeib In the flrjt iltfree) from iv
ling turned louse on the community.
"As I understand the recent decisions
of the Supreme Court of the United
Slates, the questions raised and passed
upon by tho Second Judge of the First
Circuit Court were not directly adjudi
cated by the Supreme Court of the
United States. It beems to me that It lb
still an open quebtlou whether the first
ten amendments to the Coiutltutlou
of the I'ulted States weie extended to
theso Islands by the New lands Reso
lution or by the Organic Act. I am
not auarci that any phase of this fjne.
tlcm bus been passed upon by the Su
premo Court of the United States.
"If they weie extended by the Ntw
lan.lo Resolution, thee men uere ion
vlcted illegally, and aie- liable tu bs
piosccuted as If no pioceedlng had
been had. Hut If this Is done they will.
of course, plead former coinktlun and
a discharge on habeas corpus If they
auceed In getting It; and tho gams
question of the Constitution and thf
flag will hae to be mt.
"On the other hand. If thu tlfth and
sixth amendments to the Constitution
of the United States were extended to
these Islands by the Organic Act, and
not by the Now lands Resolution, the
conviction ot these men was legal, aud
they cannot lawfully be couWcted
again and ale not entitled to dlsthaig?
on habeas orpin,
"Those quebtfons, concerning which
there Is u wide and honest difference
of opinion among nblu lawyers, caii'
'.not bu nolded; and It beems to m
t-saontlal for the piotcctlon of this
community, and also a constitutional
right which these lonvltted men have-,
that the law of tho mattn as far as
1' Is within the power of the Supiemt
Court of this Teirltory to settl
bhould be settled i toon us posblble
Such adjudication lb equally neccssarj
whether the fifth and six amendments
were extended to tho Newlands Ret
lutlon or by the Organic Act. Tho At
torney General's department If It acts
on the theory that former convictions
were void and arrests men discharged
on habeas corpus, cannot hold them for
a long and Indefinite peiiod of time.
"In view of existing londitlnns, and
ot appeals from the Second Judge of
tho First C'iicult Court which have
been and will bo filed In these matteis
1 respectfully suggest tho question
whether thete Is not a public exigency
lequlilng n special kesslon of tho Su
premo Comt of this Ttrrltniy, at au
TO CURE A LULU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dronio Qulntno Tablets
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's slgnaturt
on each box. 25 cent.
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Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 370.
Central Market. Nuuanti St., Telephone 104.
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NESS OF MR. CHAS. HUSTACB, we wish to
inform the general public that we are prepared to fill
orders promptly, every attention will be given to careful delivery
We ask a share of your patronage : : ? :
BBST - QUALITY - GOODS.
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