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EVENING nOLr.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. If.. TUESDAY1; IKU 5, 1008
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We Have News Of
FIRST TOUCH OF SPRING IN THE
NEW DRESS GOODS NOW
1 The new Qtodi are charming. Daimler and prettier pattern!
than any prevloua 8eaon hii brought forth and every one abto
lutely new. MONDAY M03NINQ they will all be placed on aale.
Now And Styllah
Extra fine quality In white, cream, champagne, grey, navy and
the new green at 25 YD.
A NEW LINE OF
Exclusive detlgni, at 30J YD.
for kimonos, drapery, etc. Elegant detlgni, full yard wide, at....
A new wain material. Lookt like illk, will wear better than
(Ilk New detlgnt, at 20 YD.
ANOTHER NEW WASH MATERIAL.
Corded effect, very pretty detlgnt, 6 yde. for $1.00
8TILL ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL,
Very theer, handiome detlgnt and coloring at 30J YD.
alto new, In pretty colorlngt, at 20d YD.
A SAMPLE LINE OF ELEGANT WHITE EMBROIDERED
WA8H 8KIRTS, ONLY A FEW, AND NO TWO ALIKE.
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
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CITY MEAT MARKET
BUTTER, FRUIT, TURKEYS AND CHICKENS FRESH ON EVERY
CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
SIRLOIN 8TEAK AND RIB ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
ALL KIND8 OF VEGETABLES.
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
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.RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
Honolulu. Phone White 1331
A Dead Swell
1906 EXCLUSIVE 8UITINQ8
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
The Kalmukl. Walnlac, t'alolo Im
provement Club, at their meeting last
night at the Uurcau of Agriculture,
wliero a largo representation of the
members was present, unanimously
adopted a resolution to the effect that
the Increased traffic on the Waialae
branch of the Rapid Transit Co. war
rnnted a twenty-mlnue through sertlcu
to tho city on that line.
Another resolution unanimously
passed nag to the erect thnt the tlmo
had arrived when the water rates of
the city Bhould bo decreased and more
especially In the outlylnK districts, with
a view to encouraging smnll farming
and diversified agricultural Industries.
It was generally agreed that the wat'
er rates charged were, exorbitant. A.
V. Ocar was able to show figures which
demonstrated that tho I'aho.i water
works, which supplies this district, wad
making a mint of money out of the
residents pockets. Dan 1-ogan quoted
tho Governor as sajlng that the Gov
ernment rhould not charge exorbitant
rates for any of Its privileges. It was
decided to take steps to sccuro tho re
duction of tho rates If possible.
The club will establish a nursery at
Kalmukl, will work for better roads,
for a chemical engine as a protection
against fire, and for a cleaning up of
The meeting was an enthusiastic on
and the members present Intend to
start In with a Wm to accomplish re
sulU outlined in the resolutions.
The Directors of the Club Intend to
publish an Illustrated pamphlet setting
forth the attractions of tho district
and n weather bureau will be estab
lished to show the dry, cool atmosphere
In comparison with other damp and
warm sections of tho city.
President Zcno K. Myers presided ut
tho meeting and outline to tho club tho
work which tho standing coinmlttccrt
had accomplished, Tho report should
very satisfactory progress along all
lines of lmproemenL
Admiral George, C. Decklcy made an
eloquent speech, drawing attention to
tho fact that ho v,as president of tho
Diamond uead improvement Uluu nnu
that his club would bo moro than
pleased to co-operato with tho Walalao
Club on tho Rapid Transit and water
rato Ideas. Ills sentiments wcro
In reference, to tho pamphlet which
tho Walalao Club Intends getting out,
tho literary committee of the club will
be called upon to furnish tho dope.
This committee consists of C. I.
Rhodes of the Star. II. W. Kinney of
Tho Bulletin, and Messrs. Daniel Lo
gan and W. II, M. Ayrcs of tho Adver
IY PETER IV
BY PETER M'COURT
TO BE IDEAL SPOT
Peter McCourL ownsr of tho
Tabor Grand and tho Uroailway
theatres in Denxer, Is visiting Hono
lulu for tho first time, and Is so pleased
with this city that ho declares he la
coming w;aln tn spend a winter here,
or nt lca.U to rtay through February
.March and April, the three disagree
able months In Colorado.
"It Is not often that a man Is so
agreeably surprised In visiting a fam
ous place as I liavo been In coming to
Honolulu. Usually one expects to find
things better than they really are,'
declared Mr. McCourL "I had no pr
lous conception ot the glory of Hono
lulu until I came to see It for myself.
My only regret Is that I cannot stay
here as long as I desire, but some of
our party want to go to Southern Call
fornla and I am going to accompany
"Never, I think, have I ever before
visited a plate where It seemed that I
could stay forever. I am Just lontent
ed here, and don't feel like 1 would cei
care to leave.
"Thcro Is something about this rll
mate that makes me feel bo contented
It Is neither too warm nor too cool, but
Just right, and It has a peculiar fasclu
atlon for mo that I cannot describe. I
am coming here ugaln, and I will stay
longer next time. 1 will bring a party
with mo then, mid If praise for this
place will imourago others to como
hero I will certainly have an lutlucnce
In getting moro tourists for Honolulu
"Honolulu Is bound to grow In pop
ularity ns a winter resort. Everyone
that comes hero Is sure to go abroad
nnd speak well of tho isianus, mux
caiulng others to want to come hero
"There aro very many things I like
about this city. One of them Is tho
street car system. Why. a lone woman
tan go to any part of the city In safety
on a street car without tho necessity
of having to hire a carriage. Then,
too, tho peoplo here are so courteous
and obliging that It causes one to wish
to stay among them. I think it would
be Impossible for mo to find another
nlace that would suit mo nearly so
Arcomnanjlng Mr. and Mrs. mo-
I'M 111 orunoRiurM
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t'lHCUKCP.O Hient or iHilwrnua.
Court on this trip aro Mr. and Mrs. F.
J. Curran, and Mr. and Mrs. Philip
1'eldhousen. Kwy mcmlxr of the
party Is pleased with Honolulu. They
arc to leave, according to present plans,
on the Mongolia, which Is expected to
sail for San Francisco about February
1G, Mr. Curran Is & member of a w Ag
on manufacturing firm In Springfield,
Mo , and Mr. Feldhousen Is a merchant
NEW DM II)
Says the Los Angeles Dally Times of
On his way to Honolulu at the re
quest of tho authorities there for tho
purpose of giving them the benefit of
his judgment and suggestions as a
"civic adviser" for the beautifying of
the city, Charles Mulford Robinson of
Rochester, Is spending a few days In
Los Angeles awaiting the sailing of his
The Invitation to visit Honolulu
comes to Mr. Hoblnson through the
president of Oahu college, who nr
ranged with the Hoard of Supervisors
and the Art Association, and devised
a plan whereby certain public Improve
ments should be made along lines laid
down by a specialist.
It is to consider the possibilities of
giving new beauties to a place already
famous for Its charm and piquancy that
Hoblnson will be called upon to excr
else to the fullest his artistic talent
Along the lines of a park system es
pecially, It Is proposed to work out
tho plans for beautifying Honolulu
Today Hoblnson will be taken on a
trip about Los Angeles by tho I'ark
Commissioners, and It is posslblo that
he may be called upon In the near fu
Hire to make recommendations, toward
further beautifying this city. Such re
porta and recommendations ho has Just
made for Denver, Colorado springs,
Iluffalo, Detroit, Columbus and S)ra
cuse. In all they call for the expendt
ture or many millions or dollars.
As the author of the "Improvement
of Towns and Cities" and "Modern
Civic Art" Hoblnson has achieved fame
In tho technical Held of landscape gar
dening. During his stay here, he Is
making his headquarters at the Inclllc
Coast otDces of the Hawaii Promotion
Yesterday George U Compo, former
ly n member of the old firm of Con.po
tc Davis, but who has recently been
acting ns the manager of U II. Kerr
& Co.'s shoe department In Honolulu
dosed the ileal whereby he secured tho
shoe business of Frank 1-ovegod nt 3J5
Georgia street. Mr. Compo Immediate
ly closed the store ana after the stock
Is Invoiced and a largo line of new
spring styles of the famous Walk Over
shoeirnre received from can Francisco
the store villi bo rc-opened Next Wed.
ncsday evening, the 24th Inst., has been
set as the dato for his re-entry Into th(
business world of Vallojo liy Mr. Com
po. and there Is no doubt but that he
will bo liberally natronlred by hi
former friends and tbo shoe buylnr
public of this city, Mr. Lovcgod, wnt
has been in the shoo business In this
city for several years, has been en
gaged by Mr. Compo and will be his as
sistant in the store, Vallcjo, Cal
A Sctta. n Portuguese paper of Illlo,
contains the following:
we publish in tho Portuguese sertloa
today a list of ten heads of families 01
our people, who with their xcvcral fata
Hies, leave Illlo I ebruary 2nd, bound
for California. These families leaving
number some fifty souls, and tho rel
atives left herd who will shortly be In
dined to go thcro also, number four
or 11 o times as many people. Tbero
are still others who will leave In Feb
ruary but wo were unable to get theli
Thus we have the spectacle ot the.u
peoplo leaving Hawaii at a tlmo whel
tho plantations openly admit that the
are short handed In labor and aro apt
parently using every effort to obtalr
some thousands ot peoplo from Por
-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Laces and Embroideries
Thursday, February 1.
One of the Greatest Bargain Events will
We shall offer thoutandt of yards of Embroideries and Laeet of
every detcrlptlon at about half regular prlcet.
If you want to have first chance to select bett patterns BE
EARLY, for many will be attracted by the uncommon character of the
PACIFIC IMPORT GO.
Whoa yoo remember tho fact
that the Bitters has been curing
sickly people for over 60 ytara,
you ought not hesitate any longer!
In giving It a fair trial. For cur
lng General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Cottlvenett, or Malaria,
Fever and Ague It Is unrivalled
lloatswaln's Mate George Ileese of
the U. S. S. Iroquois committed suicide
about 9:30 o'clock last night, by blow
ing out his brains with a single-barrelled
shot gun. A coroner's Jury was
cmpanncled today, and will Intestlgato
thn case at the police station at 1.30
tomorrow afternoon. The muse of the
death Is supposed to be tntempeninio
and domestic trouble, which had be
come quite frequent in the Ileese home.
His wife, a Porto Klcan known as 11a
ilia Locados, had applied for divorce
jesterday morning, and this Is sup
posed to havo brought his troubles to
The story of Ilccse's life Is one which
portrays the wages of human weak
ness. When in his best moods ho was
not considered n bad man by his asso
ciates, but strong drink had dulled his
liner sensibilities and had lowered him
far below the ordinary brute That hu
had loved his Porto Itlcnn wlfo was
acknowledged, but his thirst for drink
overcame him and nt last swept avny
all nspect ho had formerly had for
her At last he drove her, so she claims.
to n life of rhame. and demanded the
money sho earned by prostitution for
his own use In buying whiskey, When
she was unnble to glvo him money, it
Is related, ho would abuso her. Thtu
tho awful existence ho was leading be
came Intolerable to both, unci she finally
concluded to rid herself ot him.
Homo weeks ago Ileese brought n
gun to his house, according to the story
told by his wife1, and she caused hlin to
lake It away. He stated that ho was
going to use It for killing birds, and on
Sunday he brought It ugaln.
At about 8 o'clock last night Reese
akel his wifo for money, and being
ghen 60 cents, ho Immediately fitted
up on bad liquor. Ills wife and a girl
friend were In the room when he re
turned to the house, and when ho pulled
out tho gun, from beneath the bed, the
women became frightened and rushed
put ot tho house. A little later a shot
was heard, and investigation found
ileese lying dead, with tho gun, having
u string attached to Its trigger, resting
on his body
Assistant Sheriff II. C Vlda Immed
iately appeared at tho place nniMoutul
a Inrge collection ot curious people look
ing In on tho tragic scene ot death, Tho
brnlng of tho man wero found srattcivd
about tho room, which Is back of thu
Iwllcl saloon, the Identical spot wheic
a Japaneso was murdered flvo years
TO MAKUACK ACT
Dr. Judd Intends, upon the Secre
tary's return, to glvo tho dovernor a
certificate showing that he cannot take
up his dutlea. The Governor will not
ify the Secretary to that effect and Jack
will In his turn notify tho Secretary of
the Interior and take full charge as
BULLET IN HiS BRAIN
There It really but one way to keep rooms untpotted from tha
world, to make every dutky dutty corner wholetome, freth and at
tractive; and that It to do all cleaning In the shadowy placet by elec
With electric bulbt In badly lighted halts and Inner rooms, no ml
:roby particle of dutt can etcape, and the death knell of moths, antt
and roaehet It tounded.
To clean home by electric light It like working In sunlight, and
it It no greater drain on the oxygen of the room than a tunbeam It.
And a bright light letsent the work of cleaning.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office King St., near Alakca
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and Is always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which ktcp it from contact with
other artlclet In the Ice-cheet,
Metropolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and thip your
goods and save you money.
Dealer In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse,
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S Meat Market Removed a
We are now settled in our New Place of Butlnett, tit- -
uated on King Street, between Kekaullka and Madnakea "
Streets, where we will be pleated to terve our patron with
flrtt-ctati goods in the MEAT LINE, In a flrtt-clats manner -j
and for prices suitable to the timet.
g C. Q. YEE
IN ALL KINOS
80MKED; AL80 FRESH FRUITS and VEGETADLE8.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251.
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A shipment of Young Large Mules
All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Schuman Carriage Co.
Free Home Comforts
Ouettt have not only nicely furnithed roomt, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, tuch at electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
It meant much to you. The home you build exprettet your per
sonality. "Through Its halts run the ttory of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; tpend your money wisely; can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL 5
Telephone White OBI .
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Bulletin 75c, per month
'Phone Main 390 j
J26" Kiny; St. Phone Main 58
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