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0 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. BATUItPAY. MAKCH 51. 190C.
CLOSING OUT SALE
; J: OF LADIES' KNIT UNDERWEAR ,
In order to make room for our new stock of Knitt Underwear, we will offer our present stock of
Knit Vests and Suits at almost Half Price
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Cost has not been considered in marking them down, the room is what we want. Some of the Lots are not large
v INote prices m our show window
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING APRIL 2nd,
Cott hit not been considered In
LOT 5-i-Ladlea' fine ribbed Vests,
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marking them down the room It what ' " 1f,,
4 .. ,, . on Bale iMmt up
we want. Some of the. lott are not
large, and at the prlcea they will not
last long. Note prices In our show
LOT 6 Ladlef Ribbed Vests. 6 dif
ferent styles, tome low neck and no
sleeves, In lisle and Sllkotlne, some
thaoed Vesta with short sleeves. Reg-
LOT 1-Ladl.' Whit. Ribbed Vett."1" Prl"' 35e- 0n Sal 20J
LOT 7 Ladles Ribbed Vests, 3 dif
ferent styles, low neck and high neck.
Regular Price, 60c. On Sale..37ijJ
low neck, no sleeves. Regular price,
15c. On Sale at ... 8 13J
LOT 2 Ladles' It. blue and
Vests, low neck, no sleeves,
Price, 15c. One 8ale at .
P,nl LOT 8 Ladles' Ribbed Vests, 2
Regular ltyet ow neek, no straps, for even-
813S Ing wear; and high neck and long
I aUua ah9nr1 Rennlar Price. 65e.
LOT 3 Ladles' fine ribbed Vests, On Sale -10d
-white and unbleached, 4 different!
styles. Regular Price, 20c. On 8ale,
LOT 4 Ladles' extra size white
Vests, low neek, no sleeves. Regular
Price 20c. On Sale 12'.?C
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LOT 9 Extra fine white lisle Vests,
i tow neck, shaped, extra size.
Price, 75c. On 8ale
1 LOT 10 Ladles' balbrlggan Vests,
high neck, long sleeves. Regular
Price, 75c. On Sale 45(J,
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LOT 11 Ladles' wool ribbed Vests,
extra quality. Regular Price, 90c. On
LOT 12 Ladles' fine wool Vests.
Regular Price, $1.50. On 8ale..95t
LOT 13 Ladles' fine wool ribbed
Vests, high neek, long sleeves. $1.75
quality. ..On 8ale SI. 25
LOT 14 Ladles
high neck, long
Price, $2 00.
silk ribbed Vests,
On Sal 31.25
LOT 15 Ladles' white Union Suits,
lace trimmed. Regular Price, $1.00.
On Sal G5
LOT 16 Ladles' grey mixed, wool
Union Suits. Regular Price, $1.25. On
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Our Easter Millinery
was a great success. We have since
NEW TRIMMED HATS
and other new
If you haven't teen any of
GAGE'S PATTERN HT8,
come at once, as the assortment
growing lest every day. We have
special line of Children's
A full line of Kayter's lisle suede
gloves, 2 clasps, washable. In white.
1 JL. . .. f . .
iu, grey anoDiacK. Ml... iJ0 Pair.
Kayser's Silk Gloves
Double tipped, 2 clasps, white, pon
gee, greys, and black Q5d Pa,r-
EASTER TRIMMED HATS
at very low prices.
SACH8 tKSar SACHS-
Ladies Kid Gloves
"THE ROYAL." Every pair guaran
teed. In white, tans, black, and greys.
Al S1.25 pair.
SsV-SACHS 'mi'M 3ACH3-M
EASTER NECK WEAR
An entire new assortment. The new
neck scarfs, very stylish; a sample of
silk, chiffon and crepe painted effects.
Point desprlt and net.
Lace collars, SI. 25 and upwards.
Turn-ever embroidery collars, new
effects, from 12'.i up.
New hand-made silk stocks at 35
Wash neckwear, all new designs, at
20 25 35 and 50d.
Another new assortment of AUTO
MOBILE VEIL8 and NEW FACE
VEILS, In white and delicate colors.
JBf-SACHS H-ilW 8ACH8-t
Shirt ' Waists
are here. A full assortment of styles
and tlzet. From 81.25 to 39.00.
A new line of REAL FRENCH
CHALLIES, no wdetlgns, floral polka,
dot and Persian designs. At 75 1".
Sash and Gi die
Elegant new Dresden
Ribbons, 10 Inch wide.
N. 5. SACHS DRY GOOD COMPANY, LTD.,
Corner Fort and BerCania Streets
IVPlri Beer I
WW ' IRAINIER BOTTLING WORKb
I L. I Honolulu. Phone White 1331 1
A Digestive Marvel -
Stops 'that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by '
W, C Peacock & Co., Ltd,
SOLE IMPORTERS V
Kdllor nenlng Ilullblln: I notice a
eomowhat lengthy letter In a recent
I edition of tho 1'aclflc Conimorclttl Ail
'ortiter (Honolulu) cancnrnlnK n cer
tain V. C. Vincent who passed himself
oil at a Major In tho U S. Army, but
who was eventually found to be a
(Inin.mor ror a highly respcctaoio nrm.
Modioli's Food & Milk Co, or Racine,
Now 1 do not know tho gentleman;
ncltt-cr do I endomo hlB methods ot
getting "Into society," such an It l.
but I certainly do not hold with tho
ery nnecrlng way In which tho unfor
tunate drummer Is held up to the pub
lic gazo by this paper. At a matter of
fact, many majors and generals also
havo held much lower positions even
Ihnn n .lrtit..t.oi- nfnra (mtnrlnir Ihn
army and I for ono see no distance
. In It. Drummers In many casca arc
tnot only the principal support of many
'of theso large houses who havo made
their millions In trade, and other
methods, but through their business
acumen limo helped to make those
millions, and, although reaping llttlo
benefit themselves executing their sal
aries and commissions, yet the mem
bers ot these linns consider that al
though they have tho right to mnl.o
what Is called society, tho poor drum
mor Is "too low" nn Individual to bo
noticed (out of business). All Ibis Is
not only wrong but positively abeurd,
particularly when you havo only to go
back ono generation to find that tho
fathers of many of these, people who
now hold their headB so almighty high
wcro only missionaries who, If they
had follow cd In tho steps of their
Master, the Lord Jesus Chrlitt," would
have demoted their enorglca to the con
version of souls Instead of accumulat
ing money and lands.
I. for one. consider that the "hospl-
NOW WE'RE OFF? JJ
We are prepared to supply ths People of Honolulu with Frtehett
I6LAND MEATS. Also, Qarden Produce of all kinds: Butter, Eggt, Chic
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Hams In fact, everything FIRST
CLASS MARKET It called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7fc " FORT ST OPF. LOVE IILD
REAL ESTATE BARQAIN8.
Ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
tBunounded by river; good bathing;
6r. cottago, barn, lawn, fruit trees,
, near car lino; a bargain.
For (650. I am authorized to tell 2 20
acres, with small house, off Nuuanu
Ave. near car lino; Freo water; iteai
vmuo $2000,00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave., 4 bodr., elec. wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, 20. per m.
4r. cottage and servant h. at Walklkl
beach, good bathing; $10, per m.
P. E. It. BTRAUCH, .
tallty" of theso Islands In considerably
ovennted, and am ono of tl5 suiter era
myself. Como hero with plenty of
money or notoriety or a social position
thnt the wealthy people hero think
they may derlvo benefit from later,
ou are feted and the doors fly open
to jour knock; but como without any
of theso appendages and seeking a po
sltlon whereby ou may keep yourself
and family In a way you have n right
to expect ou meet with tho "cold
staro" and tho closed door. Hven If
successful In obtaining a position ou
nro generally treated like n machlno,
paid the smallest pay for tho most
work that can bo gat nut of jou, and
whin your sen Ices are "no longer ro
quired" jou are tired, to sink or swim
as best )ou can, I hau held positions
In many lands and can sny from ex
perience that theso Islands nro tho
hnrdest places for any man (with n
family particularly) to gcj along In
Tho proof is tho mores, I may say
hundreds, of families who havo been
com oiled to leavo this Island alono
within tbo last two jears, and I hava
met none who have not comp'nlned of
the want of kindness and const Jura
tion they meet with. After In soma
enses jears of scrvlco on a salary they
can hardly beep a family respectably
(at the high prices ruling for over),
thing). They havo some words with
tho fellow In charge or tho proprietor
or luslncss Is dull or soma other rea
son and are promptly fired, Thoso
who liae enough to get to tho Coast
(and a little over for emergencies)
are considered "lucky." Others have
to stop here, and I supposo when exist
ence becomes Impossible, disappear.
Tin wealthy pcoplo havo oon seemed
to forget that they may sometimes en
tertain an angol unaware, but they
take things arbitrarily, If 'you hae
no rconey or no position out of which
they may ultimately benefit, jou are
worthy of no consideration. Theso
may be hard facts, but qulto true. '
I must apologize for this somewhat
lengthy letter, but that sneering let
ter about tho unfortunato drummer
led mo to write It. I sign my namo,
but for obvious reasons do not wish
It published, as I am not desirous of
tiotorlety that Bomo may be.
alenwood. Mountain Viow, Hawaii,
March 25, '06.
Every tourist should take homo ono
ot our Aloha Collections ot 43 Hawaii
an songs. Price 11.50.
WALL. NICHOLS CO, LTD.
Along the shores of Jodereu, on tho
southwest coast of Norway, the sea
weed grows In veritable forests; not
tho common grass variety, but actual
trees from fivo to six feet In height,
with stems like ropes and leaves as
tough as leather. It beglps to sprout
In March and April and gradually cov
ers tho ocean bed with a dense, Impen
lil PIKvdRKJ3jvsjL twSU Apiff'ifltMl.tAfflJTrK Y -"V r A H
H The sun never sets on the GENERAL ARTHUR CIOAR.
H North, South, East-and West the world It Is smoked. The H
' fame of excellence Is widespread and the army of Ita amok H
H ever growing larger. In flavor, material and burning
I GUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CO. I
Among the curious things that arrest
attention on arriving in Moscow Is the
absence of whips among drivers of
cabs, carriages, and all sorts of e
hides. There Is a law prohibiting their
use.) There Is not a single whip in usu
In Moscow. The excellent condition of
tho horses attests the benefit of this
William Hclti, ot Dusseldort. Ocr
many, has lost the sight of his cjo
from Injuries caused by a grain of rice
which was thrown Into It on the day he
Mrs. W. K, Vandcrbllt rejoices In the
possession of a tcrltablo thimble of
that excellent needlewoman Queen
"King" Thomas Costello, chief ot &
noted tribe of gypsies, died In Newark,
N, J , recently, For seven generations
a Costello has been on the "throne."
Thomas succeeded bis brother three
)ears ago. He will be succeeded by
his 3-j car-old ton, but the again ot the
tribe- will be managed by a "regency"
till the latter reaches hit majority. .
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