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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T THUHSDAY, FK1I. 13. 10.
Big Sacrifice Sale
Before giving you tho prices offered In this salo let us define the
policy of tho now management ro gardlng advertising bargains. Our ad
vertisements, as wo stated last w cck, aro to glvo news of new arrivals
In Btock and from time to time off cr special Inducements. Wo want ev
ery lady to know Sachs' Dry Qo ods Co. will not offer a bargain unless
It Is a bargain. That Is tho tru o mission of tho advertisement, and
you will find it faithfully carried out at our store.
Reductions for one week only
VALUES NOT CONSIDERIID
Wo must mako room for tho Spring Goods which will soon arrive.
By taking advantago of theso extraordinary prices you will savo from
onothlrd to onolmlf on standard dress materials. After tho salo all
tho goods will bo sold only at regular prices.
Remember only this week
ItnCINNING MONDAY, FEU. 10. .
See tho goods displayed In w lndow and Interior and noto tho follow
CAMEL'S HAIR GOODS
In fancy plals, extra lino all
42 In. wld $ .75 60c
46 in. wide 1.00 70c
52 In. wide 1.25 80c
Fancy Checked Suitings
Beuclo effects; 50 In. wldo.
Regular price, $1.25 yard.
Sale Price 75c
In fancy plaids, extra flno nil
lino range of shades; doublo
fold; regular price, COc yard.
Sale Price 45c
Polka Dot Cashmeres
all wool, positively now, doublo
fold; regular price, $1.
Sale Price 80c
N. S. SAGH'S DRY
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machlno Is a revolution In typewriters. Ono of
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typowntcr Is as follows
"Wo mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely tho best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. Wo aro UBlng 75
of them In our Philadelphia and Now
York stores. They have our unquali
"(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
Wo havo Just received n shipment of these typewriters and
will bo pleased to glvo full particulars regarding samo.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
PER S. S.
' SILK AND
Robinson Ulock, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries-
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAQOON BLOOK, MERCHANT hTREET.
3?.O-ISos:880 :M:a,in 2in
DIQ HOLIDAY STOCK OF TOY8.
Many new Stayles Table Coven, Embroidered both of Gran Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, 311k Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
P. O, Box ms.
THE OLDEST CHu E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
' DfftHrt la Flo Stlki and Gnu Llomi. CdIqim tad Jtpiottt Goodi of All Cltli,
IO-1II NUUIDU itfMt,
. , The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
all wool, beautiful combination
42 In. wide $ .75 45c
44 In. wlde..$1 to 1.25 65c
All Wool Cheviots
fancy materials, 50 Inches wide;
regular price, 51.25.
Sale Price 65c
Fine F, Flannels
newest designs In fancy stripes,
polka dots, cashmcro effects.
Regular prices, $1 and 91.25.
Sale Price 75c
Silk Striped Walstings
very latest designs, all now
goods; regular price, $1 yard.
Sale Price 80c
GOODS CO., Ltd.
In the market.
CRAPE SHIRTS, PONGEE
SUITS, direct from the Orient,
OF KIMONAS, - -
ST. AUGUSTINE CHAPEL '
A largo congregation gathered last
night at St. Augustine's Clinpcl, Wnl
klkl, to witness tho Impressive sccno
of tho blessing of the now way of tho
Cross, and rccelvo tho customary
ashes, which arc distributed every
year on Ash Wednesday at all the
Catholic churches the world over.
The popular llttlo chapel presented
an attractlvo nppcaranco with all tho
electric lights glimmering through tho
lattice work of tho building, nnd tho
beautiful dresses worn by tho ladles
belonging to tho congregation.
"Sonny" Cunha presided at tho organ
ST. AUGUSTINE CHAPEL, WAIKIKI.
nnd directed the choir, which bids fair
to become one of tho best In town.
Tho pastor of tho chnpe), tho Itev.
Father Valentine, oinclatcd at tho sor
vices and delivered an Instruction on
tho institution nnd meaning of tho : Father Valentino, proceeded to march
Way of tno Cross. He said In part: slowly nround tho chapel. Fourteen
"As wo aro going tonight to bless plares had been selected for tho sta
the fourteen crosses nnd pictures rep- J tlons, and at enrh of these tho proces
resenting the fourteen stations of thu slon stopped nnd white the choir was
never to be forgotten pilgrimage of, singing "Stnhnt Mater" a cross was
our Lord on His way to crucifixion. I nailed to the stntlnn. .
our mind goes 1900 years back and The congregation followed tho ritual
follows tho Jewish cohort escorting j very attentively n.! Joined In the pro
Jesus to the Cross. He enmo to savo 'cession by kneeling with the priest nt
mankind, and mankind crucified Mm. every station, and rising while the
History rcpcatB Itself, lly our sins we. procession wns proccifc'lng to the next
every ono of us, nro crucifying Jesus ' station.
Christ every day. Now thnt wo nro At the conclusion of the Way of the
entering upon thf Lenten season, lot Cross, blessed ashes were placed on
us mako nn effort to mortify ourselves, tho front of every member of the eon
resist temptation and lead a Christian gregatlon.
At a special meeting of the Master
liullders' Association last evening, a
resolution was adopted providing for
tho formal opening of the liullders' Ex
change, recently arranged for, on Wed
nesday. February 1U. This icBolutlon
also provided for the presentation of a
special Invitation to the ollk'lals of
the Territory and all others havln:;
business with builders, to bo present
on tho occasion of the Inauguration of
tho liullders' Kxchangc.
Tho report of tho executive com
mittee bearing on the exchange was
enthusiastically received. The mem
bers looked Into the arrangements
which havo so far been made nnd gave
the executive body full authority to
purchase all fumlturo and to prepare
lor the reception of the United guests
on tho occasion of the opening. Them
will bo a luncheon served and music
there will be In plenty. Tho reception
hours will be those of tho exchange
12:00 to 1:30. Following were tho
resolutions passed at last night's meet
Ing, these having been Intiuduccd by
F. W. Ueardslco:
IlcEolvcd, That a meeting of the
regular, honorary and spcclnl members
of this Association be held Wednesday,
February 19. 1902, nt 12:30 o'clock p.
m In the liullders' Exchange rooms,
teeond Moor of tho Kllto building, for
the purpose of formally Inaugurating
tho liullders' Exchange feature of tho
.Master liullders' Association of tho
Territory of I lawn 1 1.
Hcsolved. That the Governor, tho
Secretary of the Territory, the Super
intendent of Public Works, tho Assist
ant Superintendent of Public Works,
tho editors of thn Honolulu papers,
and the architects nnd civil engineers
of the city lie Invited to attend said
meeting anil meet tho members of thu
Exchange, nnd that nn invitation to at
tend said meeting be given through
tho public press to all portions engaged
In business through which they have
dealings with muster builders.
HOW THEY WED IN KANSAS.
A buslncss-llko wedding wns cele
brated at Fort Scott, Kan., tho other
day. The parties were aged, respec
tively "1 and fit. Both are possessed
of valuable property, and the bride Is
the owner of several farms. Ilefore tho
ceremony an agreement was signed to
the effect that both should have con
trol of tho propel ty belonging to each
However, the good woman got a lltth
tho belter of the dickering. Ily the
terniB of the agreement she Is to havo
a life Interest In his estate after death,
but he Is not given tho same right with
respect to hers. After everything had
been completed comfortably, the two
stood up and were married, and then
the husband attempted to salute his
bible. "(Jo 'way, John," she said. "I
ain't a-goln' to let ou kiss me In pub
lic," TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Dromo Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho inonoy If it
fnils to euro. R W. Drove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
life. Let us remember the Way of the
"Forsake for a tlmo tho pleasures
and vanities of the world and think
of your future nnd eternal life. Come
to church for a fow minutes and medi
tate on tho great tragedy of the Cross.
You don't need to reclto long prayers
but simply kneel down, humble In
spirit, and mako some good resolution
for tho future. Lcavo dancing, soda
blllty and other amusements nlone
You will have plenty of tlmo to thlnl,
of them when Lent Is over. Of course,
I don't say that you'll commit n sin
by attending n social reception or a
dnncc, but It is better during these
row weeks to ueny yourselves nnd do
After tho Instruction, seven boys
nnd seven girls formed In a line, each
,ono carrying a cross and, preceded by
A .May Pay entertainment Is being
planned for the purpose of swelling tho
McKlnley Memorial Fund. The nr-
langemcnts arc yet under considera
tion but It Is thought that Mrs. Anna
U. Tucker, who has been given charge
of tho work, will hnve sufllclcnt talent
(rum which to choose. It Is tho plan
to have something like 100 school chil
dren on the stage at one time.
In addition to this plan for raining
monev tbcie it, nnothcr hv which the
committee expects to raise almost as I
much more. This Is fully explained In
the following cliciil.ir letter now being
The Educational llrnnch of the Mc
Klnley Memorial Committee beg to In
vite your attention to the following
plan by which It Is proposed thnt tho
schools of the Inlands may assist In
raising the money required for n suit
able memorial to our late President.
Tho Executive Committee havo de
cided, as you are aware, upon a play
ground as the form that the memorial
They have Issued certificates. 7x9 In.,
bearing a plctuie of President McKln
ley which will be sent to every person
subscribing tho sum of fifty cents.
It has been suggested that theso
might, through the co-operation of thu
teachers, be Introduced Into the school
looms. Many clnsscs would be able
to purchase one. mount It on a card
suitable for framing, ami have It In
their class room, though the Individual
members might llud It Impossible to
pay the amount required.
Subscriptions may be sent to CMias.
M. Cooke, Treasurer of the Executive
Trusting this matter may receive
your hearty support.
CHARLES HAHTI.ETT DYKE
ARTHUR MAXSON SMITH.
(Mrs.) NINA L. I). FRASIIEIt,
AI.I.IE M. FEI.KER.
"II doesn't seem to mo there was
any exenso for the way Lady Short
horn tieated us," said the American
mother to her daughter. "It was abso
lute, unqualified rudeness."
"Yc-es," replied the daughter,
doubtfully, "but you sro she knew bet
tor, nnd that makes all tho difference
In the world. "Washington Times.
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WHEN ELEVATOR STOPPED.
Somebody with offices n little lower
than the clouds In the 32-story Park
Mow building, started to whistle the
tune ns the ."i000 tenants were tolling
their way down the stairways, the
elevators having stopped running.
The marching song was picked up
from Ikjitr to floor, nnd before long it
became a vast chorus.
Nearly everybody began the descent
on tiptoe, but all were walking llat-
footed with a tired plump! plump!
plump! of shoe leather before they had
gonc'cry far. Some who started from
the topmost floors with tinsllvcrcd hair
declared they were gray headed when
they reached the bottom.
It wasn't the fault of the elevator
man. although every one of the ten
ants called down maledictions on his
head. The trouble was with tho coal.
It put out the boiler Arcs, the steam
went down nnd power for the twelve
electric elevators gave out.
Ten of the elevators run to the
twenty-sixth floor. An elevator runs
In eat h of the two towers, which are
five floors higher up. with a "blind"
floor above. Tho Robins Conveying
licit Company occupies the north
tower, and the Rapid Transit Tunnel
Coutiaetlng Company the south.
Members of both of these concerns
were desperate when they learned that
the elevators were out of business. Tin
engineer managed to run one elevator
by storage batteries all the time, but
It was only an aggravation. The car
took only those on the highest floors,
and Its cnpaclty was so limited It didn't
relieve the situation.
One man who started from the
twenty-sixth floor at 1:30 o'clock got
to tho bottom shortly after ", and he
said ho was so sore nil over he felt
Justified In calling an ambulance.
"Foot nnd accommodation! All
aboard!" someone yelled way up In tho
building, nnd several hundred people
below wanted to lynch lilm. It wns an
angry procession all out of breath
that tramped down the stairs fur an
hour and n half.
A few- bold spirits c'sayed to slldo
down the banister, but It wns abandon
ed as hazardous. As the single eleva
tor Hashed by with a meagre "load"
taken from the upper Hours the opera
tor was greeted with Imploring cries
of "Stop ami take n.e In."
Just as the last survlvois were snug
gling down the stairs at ," : I'O o'clock
the elevators ii'siime.l limning. New
HOW SMOKE EXPLODES.
How smoke explodes In n burning
building wns graphically shown the
Klro Insurance Society last night In
Its rooms by riulcrvvrltius' Inspector
William McDevltt. Mr. Mi-Ilovltt set
a two-story building, about three feet
high, on a table. Then he partly fill
oil It with smoko from pieces of burnt '
wood. Thrusting In a gas Jot. a smirt
explosion followed, and a tnng.su ol
llnmo nnd smoko ten feet long Miol
out of tho windows. The Inspector I
also endeavored to make, on n small '
senlo, what firemen call u back
draught which Is really a downward I
explosion of sniolie through el.'intor
shaftB or stairways where thcr" aio,
lion window shutters, but the r.u.f of I
his little lumen" wiic. blown off. nnd thu
smoko v.cnt up Instead of dowmvarl
Tho Inspector used only plairwinid
to produce the smoke for Ills eplo
shins. Vniulsbeil or tilled wood n il I,
he said, have been moio effectl'v it
producing more anil thicker sniol .
Ilefore giving I1F1 practical IlliUi'ra-
tlons of tho explosive fort of hot
smoke, he briefly explained the tane
of such explosions. In a fire, be Mild.
flee carbon rises and mixes with hv
drogen, methyl alcohol, creosote and
other gases are also present In sui'.kc
These gases become heated to the
point of Ignition nnd nn explosion 1h
tho result. Of Itself smoko would
explode, he said, at a temperature of
from lino to sou degrees, but 'reipient.
ly It Is Ignited by sparks or by coin.
Ing Into con t nt t with a lliunc.
"When the smoke becomes Ignited,'
tho Inspector went on, "the interior
of tho building Ik Instantly converted
Into a mass of Dame. The Hunt-WII-kiiihim
lire htilklngly exemplified that.
When I first saw the fire great vol
nines of dense black smoko poured
out of the windows. Suddenly there
was nu oxplosion. and the smoke was
transformed Into such llnme us 1 never ,
Very thick smoke when Ignited the
speaker fnld. becomes n pillar '.of
flame, and rolls through a room with
such a lorcc ns to shake the walls
and make the windows rattle. r
sprinkled with water there would ho
mi explosion. Where fin inerly lire
men tried to keep smoke In. under the
Impression that It smothered the
lire thoy now Immediately break In
windows or skylights to let It out.
Several ways of preventing such ex
plosions were described by Mr. Mr.
Ilevltt In largo stores, ..e bald, ir an
air shuft of sufllclcnt bIzo were In the
center there would be no Interal
spiead of lire. Now York Exchange.
While waiting for our new store In tho Sachs' Dulldlng to be
completed, wo havo moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, where we aro prepared to sell tho same ex
cellent standard of fumlturo as wo have always niado It a point to
Our temporary quarters arc very handsomo and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD."
Plulier Block, opp. Love Bid., port Street.
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MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED,
Tel. Main 311.
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM,
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending nrcssmiihlnjv House unit Millinery Pnrltirs.
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t. II. F: DAVISON, .Mnnnjjer.
The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK
Paid to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims. ..J21.373.tC9 05
1'or Matured Policies , 7.S07.COS 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13.G99.13l 37
Total J5,57,,212 29
manager tor Hawaiian Islands.
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