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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.T., TUESDAY, JULY JO, 1961.
THE GREATEST .
OF THE TIMES , '
COTTON, LINEN AND TURKISH TOWELS
Many other stores are selling these same value for twice wht we ask,
simply because there Is always such a demand for towels that It Is no trouble
to cet high prices forth 'm. Our prices are always the lowest. This
week, this week only-they'te going to be lower than ever, because we struck
such a towel bargain that we can afford to sell a long way below any other
store In Honolulu.
Cotton Towels at Factory
Size i8x)7 Honey Comb Towels
OOc a dozen.
Regular ll.oo valie. s
Sire 31x48 Honey Comb Towels
61.20 n fior.cn.
Regular 5i 50 value.
Size 22ixVA Honey Comb
Towels, SI. 45 asJozen.
Regular $ 1 00 value.
Linen Towels at Cotton Prices
You'd be lucky to buy them at
these prices ur der the old tariff
Size 17HX29, Pure Linen, lure white and colored bo der,
regular 2.eo value ; this week only at 8L40 a dozen.
Size 18x36, Pure Linen, all white, cheap even at 2.25. Think
of this week's price $1 OS a dozen.
Size 22x44, Extra Quality Pjre Linen, colored border and
fringed, be lutjful towels $2 OS n dozen.
Sl 21x37, Extra Fine Pure Linen Towel th't regularly "ells.
at f4.oo ; Our price this week Is- $310 u dozen.'
These towels are cheaper than
gold dollars at w cents. Come
along qulcklv, the sale lasts
this wek' only. : : : : :
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Golf Shirts, Pajamas,
Dollies, Jewelry Etc.
S. 8. SIERRA.
READY MADE SUITS
ARE NOW SHOWN AT
CALL AND PE CuNVINCED. 14 HOTEL ST., NEAR NUUANU
ROCHE HARBOR LIME
DUB TO ARR1VB
, . EX. SHIP HENRY V1LLARD
TI1E0. H. DAVIE r CO.,, Ltd.
T 55pKr.the convaleseeiit, streiKlhen the ;
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
New Liht Blue Grass Linen
also other coIoph,
European GooJs for Ladies' Suits. Pongee Slllr
Nev Patterns for GentlemenS Suits In Lighter Weights
MBRCHANr TAILOR, A large variety of cloths made up In the
, latest styles.
GOO KIM, 1 110 Nuuanu St.
Turkish Towels at
Size io5xi4, Turkish Towels,
81, Uu a dozen.
Size 21x47, Turkl'h Towels,
61.40 a dozen.
Size 10x39 Turkish Towels,
82 10' n dozen.
This size h) extra heavy and
would be cheap ai Ij.co a dozrn.
Size 22x48. Turkish Towels,
62. OB. This Is an extra large
and extra heavy towel that sells
regularly at 54.00 per dozen.
5 recommended to build up 2
TO NUCE (HE
Portland, Or., July 20. Experiments
with wireless telegraphy far reporting
Incoming shins will toon ho made be-
twecn Tatoosh Island nnd Ncnli Bay,'
at the entrance to l'ugct Sound. Atl
one time the Government maintained!
a station for reporting and observo-l
tlon of the Island, but the cable to'
Noah Hay broke several yearn ago. and
since then vessels have been reported
from Ncnh Bay. The government now
proposes to re-establish tho Tatoosh
Island station nnd to ic-opcn telegra
phic communication with the main
land. If tho experiment with wireless
telegrnphS falls, a cable will be laid
between tho island anil Nenh Day,
Owing to currents and rocks between
the Island and the mainland, the Ufa
of n cable off Cape Flattery Is very
short, so the government will do Its'
best to make wheless telegraphy a
success in order to save the cost of ex-,
pcnslvo cables. A reserve has been '
set nsldo at Tatoosh Island, and plans
and specifications have been made for
n satlon to cost 5000.. It Is expected
flint lil.ta 11111 tin fnllml ',. .it W.Mnf,
ton within a month.
SENATE ADJOURNS SINE DIE
The first Legislature of the Territory
of Hawaii Is at nu end, that Is, In case '
there Is no special session for the con
sideration of measures calcul.11 d to
bring revenue) to the treasury. The
Senate died yesterday Just as the hand .
of the clock pointed to 2: 15 p. ro.
There was no long lingering Illness
but just a short gasp or so and then
all was over and. parting words having
been exchanged, the Senate Chamber
was deserted. '
It was very shortly after 2:30 o'clock
that the Senate came together for tho
Inst time. The clerk read a communi
cation from Acting Governor Cooper
stating that ho had signed (he unpaid
bills act'. Mr. Achl then reported for
the special committee appointed to no
tify the House of Representatives and
the Acting Governor ot the readiness
of the Senate to adjourn sine die, stat
ing that these Instructions had been
carried ont. Mr. Achl stated that tho
Acting Governor had nothing more to
present to the Legislature. The report
It was nt this point that Mr. Carter
made the motion to adjourn sine die.
This was seconded by Mr. White nnd
after the reading ot the minutes of the
day's proceedings nnd benediction by
the chaplain, tho motion was put and
WILL BEJLONG FIGHT
Pittsburg, July :0. The steel strika
has reached the critical stago anil l!to
developments of tho next seventy-two
hours aro expected to have an Im
portant hearing on the great struggle,
lly Monday night the results of the
attempts of the combine officials to re-
tiime operations at W'cllsvllle and Mc
Kccsport should be Known and upon
the success or allurcnf this the out
come of tho strike will greatly (Upend.
So far the contending forces appear
to have been watching cneh other, but
tho statement from J. 1, Morguu has
changed tho completion of the situa
tion. Kvcrybudy Is talking about this
now, nnd nt Amalgamated headquar
ters nil Is bustle nnd activity. It is
now realized that the combines will
not Indulge In any further temporiz
ing and a long struggle nmv he looked
A1I88 GIVEN A SUICIDE.
Tho Coroner's Jury In tho case of
Miss Kino Glvens met In tho Deputy
Sheriff's otllce nt tho police station yes
terday and after due deliberation, ren
dered tho following verdict:
"We.tho Jury Impanelled for the pur
pose of Investigating the cause of
death of EMIo Ocrtrudo Glvens, find
that death was caused from a gunshot
wound Inflicted by her own hand while
The Jurois were as follows: J. Lev
Ingatone, T. Krouse, Geoigu Andrew.
0. A. Rowers, A. II. Serlmgeour and E.
Several witnesses, Including Mrs.
Olvens.step-molhcr of tho deceased,
were called. Their testimony was sub
ctnutlally the same. Dr. Durgess. the
physician who was called In to attend
the girl, was nlso 11 witness.
PIKE ALAH 8Y8TEM.
Tho bid submitted yesterday to tho
I Executive Council for the contract to
install a tire alarm system in Honolu
lu was put in by A. J. Coffee, repre
senting the Gnmowell Flro nnd Police
Alarm Company. Tho hid offers to
furnish everything according to speci
fications for the sum ot 20,000.
The specifications call for a storage
switch board with batteries. There
will bo sixty-five slgnul stations to bn
placed as directed by the chief ot the
department. At the fire station a
Ktcum whistle blower, a gong and elec
tric horse releases are to be provided.
At tho sub-stations Nos. 3 and i, gongs
uud electric releases will nlso bo estab
lished. Tho agent agrees to have the
system In working order within eight
Out-of-town subscribers to the Even
ing Bulletin are requested to send in
their P08T OFFICE addresses at
once, otherwise the piper will not be
accepted for delivery by the post
IW STOMACH M
depends upon the condition of your
siomacn. ir you surfer (ram dyspepsia,
indigestion, constipation biliousness,
torpid liver or weak kidneys, you'll
llml a sure cure In Hcstelter s Stomach
Hitters. It will alo prevent insomnia
and nervousness by keeping tho stom
ach In a healthy condition. Don't fall
to give It a trial. See that Our l'rlvato
Itcvcnue Stamp tovcrs tho neck of tho
BE SURE Hostetter's
YOU GET Stomuch
THE GENUINE Biters
NIUN III STEERS
Paris, July 12. Parisians of tho
Houthwcst section of the capital were
surprised in the early hours of the
morning to see an ei'oimous cigar-
shaped airship calling briskly 200 feet
above the tu.s of tlRlr houses, mani
pulated, apparently, with the same
case ns nn automobile on the earths'
surface. The nil ship ros fiom tho
banks of the Stlac. nenr St. Cloud, de
scribed a large civic, then busily dart
ed toward the Ellfcl Tower, where It
suddenly sank a few minutes for re
pairs; then lose again and floated
triumphantly over tlif city, finally ills
apenrlng in the smoky morning air.
This spectnculnr maneuver was the
trial trip of Santos Dumonl's new air
ship, which will make Its tlnal trip to
morrow In nn attempt to win u prize of
100,000 francs (JlS.auO) offered by Hen
ry Dcutecli, nu aeronautic enthusiast,
for an airship capable of being accu
rately steered. Hurling n slight acci
dent to Its steering grnr, this morn
ing's trial was entirely Miccesful. Tho
ship obeyed gracefully nnd promptly
the hand of the young aeronaut who
occupied n small platform In front of
Shortly after the airship hud de
scended Dumont. who appeared greatly
delighted with tin.' success of his ex
periment, said: "1 consider tho prlza
already won, for my nlithlp was com
If tomorrow's trial should provo
equally successful the prize will prob
ably bo awarded to Dumont, who may
be credited with the flnnl solving of Hie
stcvmblo airship problem.
CRESCEUS RACE RECORD
the chestnut stallion, owned and diiv-j
en by (ieorge II. Ketchum, of Toledo,
Hon the free-for-ull trot on thr De-
trolt Driving Club's track at Crosso
Point tills afternoon, nnd Incidentally
trotted the fastest bent nnd wou thn ,
fastest 1 ace record evr made. Charlio
llerr, tho brown stallion, owned by
David C'ahlll of Lexington, Ky., and
dilvcn by Kelly, was the only opponent
Iq this laco nnd ho was a slow second.
Crcsceus won the first heat by flvo
lengths In 2:0)aj, breaking the racing
record for this year, on nny truck, and
lr the second heat he led by anywhere
from live to ten lengths, and finished
ciully lu 2:05 Hat, breaking the world's
HAWAII LEADS IDAHO
Washington, July Su. The Census
O.llct! today Issued a statement giving
tho statistics of tho schcol, mllltla and
voting people of tho stie ot Idaho.
Illinois nnd Huw.UI, the r--'iults beln-;
School ngt liawnlt, :!'!.77l; Idaho.
Inj.nflti! minniu i.r.sflBir,.
Males of mllltla age Hawaii, 7250:);
Idaho, I1.7SJ; Illinois, t.091,472.
Males of voting age Huwail, 79,007;
Iduho, 53,93:.'; Illinois, l.iOl.iSO,
COPY AM6RICAN ID11A,
London, July 12. I.ord Helborni-,
outlining In tho Houso f Lords today
tho plans of tho Government for Im
proving the navy, said It wns jvoposed
to establish a school of naval strategy
such as existed In tho United States.
Lord Dudley, Parliamentary secre
tary to tho Hoard of Trade, rather
startled tho poi-rs by saying It wns
clear that Great Ilrltaln would have to
look clsewhero than to her inert-mil llo
marina for naval reserves, adding that
tho number fo llrltlsh seamen wns
now 3000 fewer than It wns thirty
TO CURE A UOLU IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money It It
falls to cure. E. W, Grove's slgnatur'l
ta on each box. 26 cent.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Morchurit unci Nuunnu St.,
iiImo MOTI2L. SI'., npponltc Bethel.
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
Yon will never
part with it.
We will Install two 'phones complete under a g larantee at a price- -will
you cannot afford to be without them.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 70
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and Re
ports mado for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction;
Plans nnd Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Superin
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contrncts solicited for Hall
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Ilrldgcs, Ilulldlngs, Hlghivnys, Founda
tions, Piers, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports ot
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Soc. C. B,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer,
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"If you don't want ubiikcy lo get the best of yeu, you mutt get
the best of whiskey."
"1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish
From the Coast
Also Poultry, Salmon nnd
FOR SALE AT
HAVING PURCHASED TUB GROCERY BUSI
NE8S OF n't. 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 f : .
BEST - QUALITY - GOOr'S
C. J. DAV & CO.
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. THE E VENING BULLETIN
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A KiaNDYKB FOR AllVEUIISlBJ Jf J , J Jt J Ji M
Works 'Phone, 389
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
ft ir WlLVm'
JEM 1 Y1TXIB
,oT t-i - TflfJSco
"' ., aMRmk
that has CoM Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
Lamb und Pork always
The Metropolitan Market, Kinp St., Tel. 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu S' ., rvieph' ne 104.