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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOMJi.U. T.ill.,-MONDAY. AI'IUI. 2, MOG.r
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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
Cost has not been considered in marking them down, the room is what we want. Some of the Lots are not large.
Note prices in our show window
SALE BEGINS MONDAY MORNING APRIL 2nd.
Coit hat not been eontldered In
marking them down the room Is what
we want. Some of the loti are not
large, and at the prices they "will not
last long. Note prices In our show
LOT 1 Ladles' White Ribbed Vests
low neck, no sleeves. Regular price,
10c. On Sale at S3d
LOT 2 Ladles' It. blue and pink
Vects, low neck, no sleeves. Regular
Price, 15c. One Sale at ....S1-3
LOT 3 Ladies' tine ribbed Vests,
white and unbleached, 4 different
styles. Regular Price, 20c. On Sale
LOT A Ladles' extra size white
Vests, low neck, no sleeves. Regular
LOT 5 Ladles' fine ribbed Vests,
sizes! 4, 5 and 9. Regular Price, 25c.
On Sale lfid
LOT C Ladles' Ribbed Vests. 6 dif
ferent styles, some tow neck and no
sleeves, In lisle and 8llkollne, some
shaped Vetto with short sleeves. Reg
ular Price, 35c. On Sal 20ib
LOT 7 Ladles' Ribbed Vests, 3 dif
ferent styles, low neck and high neck.
Regular Price, 60c. On 8ale..37iJ
LOT 8 Ladles' Ribbed Vests, 2
styles, low neck, no straps, for even
ing wear; and high neck and long
sleeves, shaped. Regular Price, 65c.
On Sale JO
Price 20c. On Sate
LOT 9 Extra, fine white lisle Vests,
low neck, shaped, extra size. Regular
Price, 75c. On Sale 50d
LOT 10 Ladles' balbrlggan Vests,
Ijilgh neck, long sleeves. Regular
LOT 11 Ladles' wool ribbed Vests,
extra quality. Regular Price, 90c. On
Sale 00 d
LOT 12 Ladles' fine wool Vests.
Regular Price, $1.50. On Sale.. 05
LOT 13 Ladies' fine wool ribbed
Vests, high neck, long sleeves. $1.70
quality. ..On Sato S1.U5
LOT 14 Ladles' silk ribbed Vests,
high neck, long sleeves. Regular
Price, $2.00. On 8ale 31.25
12'iiC Price. 75e. On Sal JSj
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LOT 15 Ladles' white Union Suits,
lace trimmed. Regular Price, $1.00.
On Sal G5
LOT 10 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 seen any of
OAOE'8 PATTERN HAT8,
come at once, as the assortment Is
growing less every day. We have a
special line of Children's
EASTER TRIMMED HAT8
at very low prices.
wbtsachs -vesar sachs
A full line of Kayser's lisle suede
gloves, 2 elitps, washable, In white,
tan, grey and black. At... GOd Pa'r.
Kayser's Silk Oloyes
Double tipped, 2 clasps, white, pon
gee, greys, and black 05c pair.
Ladies Kid Gloves
'THE ROYAL." Every pair guaran
teed. In white, tans, black, and greys.
At 31.25 Plr.
SACHS -JasjIW 8ACH3-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, 31,25 "d upwards.
Turn-over embroidery collars, new
effects, from 12"j up.
New hand-made silk stocks at 35,4
Wash neckwear, all new designs, at
20c 25d 35d " 50c.
Another new assortment of AUTO
MOBILE VEILS and NEW FACE
VEIL8, In white and delicate colors.
MT8ACH8 -WCtHf 8ACH8
are here. A full assortment of styles
and sizes. From 31.25 to 30.00.
A new line of REAL FRENCH
CHALLIES, ne wdeslgns, floral polka
dot and Persian designs. At 75c yd.
Sash and Girdle
Elegant new Dresden ai Persian
I Ribbons, 10 Inch wide.
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ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
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Tlio gruesome exhibits In tlio John
son murder raso, namely, tlio blood
stained garments of tlio Wharton child
and Hh murderer, huo become ho ob
Jcctlonnhlu that thin noon Judge Hob
Inson asked Attorney General Peters
to lave them Hlerlllzed or deodorized,,
or tl'fit come other kind of step bo Ink-,
en which would mnlco them less of fen
ele. l'tters said that ho would not llko
to havo tlio garments subjected to any
process which might change their na
ture In such a way as to hamper a
chemical analysis or tho stains.
Harrison said that there were somo
of the Btalns which tbo defense, would
want to proc. Ho wanted tho defend
nut's underclothing nnd the child's
trouicrs kept Just as they were.
Peters said that he would sco what
could lie dona about tlio matter, ntuL
tlio Court suggested that chloride op
llmo ml'ht solve tho difficulty,
Tlio entire forenoon was taken up
with tbo cross and redirect examina
tion or Tucli Hong, tlio Chinese, who
was with tho Hawaiian who found tbo
body of tho murdered child. On cross
examination tbo witness was question
ed especially with regard to tbo sur
roundings of tlio sceno of the murder.
tbo height or tho cane, what buildings
could bo seen from the spot, etc., it
being evidently Harrison's Intention to
mnko eventually tho contention that
tbo spot chosen by Johnson for tho
commission of bis crlmo was In such
plnln view Hint only a demented man
REAL E8TATE BARGAINS.
Ideal country homo nt Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
fir. cottage, bam, lawn, fruit trees,
near car lino; a bargain.
For tcso. I am authorized to sell 2 20
acres, with small house, off Nuuanil
Avo. noar car lino; Free wnter; Heal
vniuo $2000.00. Owner Is forced to
1 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Avo., 4 hedr., elec. wlro, I block
from 2 oar lines, $20. per in.
4r. cottngo nnd sorvant h, at Wallclkl
bench, good bathing; $10. per m.
P. i:. 11. 8TRA1JCII,
could have chosen It.
On ro-dlrect Prosier took up tho In
cident which took vlaco shortly after
. I. n I-...1. na fmlllil ti.ll.lUin tllA M-ltJ
til.- iJ.nl nun uim iiiinvv,, ...v. .,-
noas nnd tbo defendant. Tuck Hong
after the remains wcro found went
bail, to the house, wbcra he found
Johnson, and sat down on n bench be
side hlni. He" asked Johnson to come
nnd see tho body.
"When you told Johnson to go nnd
see the murdered child, what did bo
say!" asked I'rosscr.
"Ho mado no answer," 'said Tuck
"Did ho Indicate In any way that be
bad heard what you bad said?"
"Ho said nothing, but ho kept sit
ting close to me. When I moved ho
moved closer to me, and when 1 went
up to the femo bo followed mo over
"Do you know whether or not John
son owned a pocket knife?"
"I don't know."
"Have oii seen him with a knlfo In
"I once saw him cutting his tobacco
with a knife. It wob a iioeket knlfo
wlt'i two blades and a steel handle. I
don't know If It belonged to him. That
wait some time after he camo lo work
for tho Whartons."
'Harrison objected to further exami
nation on this point on tho ground Hint
tills wns new matter not covered on
tho previous examination, and there
foro not proper re direct. Tlio ohjec
Hon was sustained, and I'rosscr went
into the subject of the. height of Hie
tano around tbo sceno of tbo murder.
Tlio witness said that since the body
was found In tho Held bo bad gone
Into the cane field hut nfler that event
bo had never been there.
It was also brought out that after
tbo body had been found Mrs. Whar
ton sent tbo wltnoss for a liottlo of
wine, which was distributed among
those who bad congregated on tlio
place. There were many Japanese, tbo
doctor, tho policeman and others, Tbo
policeman did not drluk nn'y. Tills
statement caused much merriment,
Prosser suggesting that hero was a
wide field for cross examination.
It Is better to look for a physician
than for sympathy when ynu ate Hick.
Dills: .1 understand that your board
has been Increased another dollar.
Wills: Yes; I suppose thero has bpen
an advance In tho prlco of lumber.
Tho man who Is looking for trouble,
doesn't havo to biro a guldo.
Adelo: Ada Is always looking on the
bright side. Kstello: Ycjb; she never
could Keep away from a mirror.
Two Japanese prisoners of war who,
owing to Illness, could not return to
their homes, have died In (iermnny.
nnd their bodies are to be cromuted nnd
the ashes sent to their relatives.
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Now oYrk. March 21. A. V. Wei
Ilngtun Koo, a 17-year-old frcBhmiin,
championed the coeducational rights ot
women to vigorously In u debate at Co
lumbia University today that bis side
won'caslly Arrayed against him wcro
sovcral of the brightest members ot tbo
debating class, '
Youhg Koo Is a son of'tlia Treasurer
of Shanghai Province, and his fitlior.
who Is chief of some fifty district magT
Istrntes, Is'nn Important person In
China. The boy lias been In this conn,
try a llttlo over n year, hut speaks r.nc-
llsh perfectly nnd bis Instructor, Pro
fessor Parker, considers him one of tho
most promising students In the class In
polltlcul science. His wealthy father
glws him a generous altownnre Ills
letters homo are written with a brush,
but Ills examination papers are writ.
ten on a t pew liter.
"Violent nnd disorderly actions. In
classes will bu avoided when wo 1iuy
coeducation. The hoys, Impressed with
the gentleness of tbo opposite sex, will
always boar In mind 11 sense of self,
control, while the girls will yuliio more
highly Uielr honor and respect In the
presenco of tbo bojs," B.ild Koo In bis
"Does the gentleman believe Hint' the
ninny representatives of IlarnaM who
Irequcnt our library would be likely to
spur one to any kind of brilliance?"
asked his opponent.
"An angel could not spnr soms peo
f'fl to brilliance." replied Koo.
Professor Parker heard the argument
through to tho end and then stepped
up nnd piilillcly congratulated tho
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the Bullstln offlct.
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