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RVKNINQ M'M.F.TIN. HONOLULU, T. H,. MONDAY, APRIL 10. 100C.
Special Bargains In
Sale Now On
A saving of at least onc-thlrd and In many cases a great deal more
can be effected on every pair of curtains purchased during the week
at this store. This Is another ono of those rare opportunities present
ed to housewives nnd hotel keepers In which they can replace old
or worn out curtains with new ones at a surprisingly Low Cost.
' Resides, wc have an immense' assortment to choose from.
' Every curtain Is full length and width 3 1-2 yards long and 50 to
1 CO Inches wide.
91.00 QUALITY, ON 8ALE AT .75 PAIR
, ' $1.50 QUALITY, ON 3ALC AT 51.1JI PAIR
'" J2.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT SI.SjO PAIR
$2.50 QUALITY, ON 3ALE AT SI .05 PAIR
$2.75 QUALITY, ON SALE AT SJ.SO PAIR
MOO QUALITY, ON SALE AT S-.10 PAIR
J3.25 QUALITY, ON SALE AT SU.SJO PAIR
$3.50 QUALITY, ON SALE AT $22.-10 PAIR
$1.00 QUALITY, ON GALE AT S22.00 PAIR
$300 QUALITY, ON SALE AT $3.85 PAIR
This proportion of prices up to $6.90 a pair.
The stock Is well assorted and come lines have as many as six
dlllcrcnt patterns of the Same Price to select from.
N. 3. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
iVrli I iiuiiuiuiu.
l Ulllll HI',
: A Digestive Marvel i--g"
Stops that "distress after eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co,, Ltd,
Is n a splendid position to eecuro for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description.
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Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEp'HONeWiN 70. ' FORT ST.' OPP. LOVE DLDO,
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Country Folks Moved By
Strange Trial Of
CASE IN WHICH JOB OF
KEKUOIIA IS AT STAKE
AKINA BOUND. OVER TO CIRCUIT
COURT ON SERIOUS CHARGE.
Tlio plot In regard to the nrlmu
Chiracs against Deputy Sheriff Kcku
olirv ut Koohut (actus to thicken, fur
IcbUiuuii) given In the trial of tbo etiso
against the Chlncso, Aklna, charged
with tho rnpc ut tlio young Hawaiian
Klrl, Kulnuknpu. at llauula on Satur-u-jy
afternoon, docs not corretjionil, it
Is said. In some particulars, with n Hi
ll i Its on fllo with the Hoard Of Super
visors, nflldaWU which wcru mailo tbo
liasla of u, petition for tlio Impeachment
of I hi- Deputy Sheriff.
It Hill 11c -icinemlioml that at tlio
last 'nifcllng of the Hoard of (Supervis
ors, on Tuesday lt, a petlllon, signal
hy' k' goodly numlicr of cltliuts of tho
ttllnHstird'slde of Hits Island, was pre
sented. Asking that Kektiolia ho ru
Ihovril fronrutllfo Supporting tho I-
tltlon wcic numerous attltlavlls signed
by County Sheriff A M llrown, Crim
inologist (.'hester Doyle. Hint la I Ollici-r
Joseph Leal, a Hawaiian woman anil
her daughter, Knlaukapti, a Chinese by
the mime of Aklna, and Attorney Wadu
linker's (harges related to tin old
pretest and have been published nnd
wcru piibllkhid In detail ut tho time
they were first preferred nnd sent bail,
because they were not accompanied I),
the nci.cx8.iry petlllon signed by "3
legal voters, as requited by the County
Art 'I he alllilavlls of the Sheriff, Do In
and Loil bid to do with the rmnl
murder of n J.tp.inciic by n fellow touu
Iryman at KuhukU, In relation to which
affair the Koulau Deputy Sheriff ex
hibited n woeful lack of appreciation
of his dullcs. The itlllunvlls of Aklna,
Knlaukapti anil her mother nil bad to
tlo with mi alleged irlinlual assault on
tin) joung Hawaiian girl by the Chi
liese named. AicuidliiK to these Mil
d.ivlta tho girl, Kuluukaptt, was the sub
Jut of a "ilienio on tlio pait of tho
Deputy .Sheriff to extort money from
The girl sworo that Aklun vvuh not
thy irs,tj man sllind liuovvu lutlmutc
lyTiud that she was willing to marry
the dilutee. The mother HHoro that
tbc Diputy Slier I rf had cuuscd her to
Hwc.nr out n warrant ugntnst the Chi
nese and had told her not tu drop thn
(.are unless Aklna paid over -'M "for
tbo (lovernincnl." Tho Chinese of
feicd $100, but this did not meet with
Ktkuohu'ft Idea of "Justke," and lie Is
uibl lo liavo stuck out for tho orlglnul
I) demanded KSU. Aklna swore that
the wholo business was a scheme on
the part of Kckuolin to extort money.
He unit tho girl and tho mother of the
girl, uccordlng to the nllldavlts, wcio
all willing that tho Chinese should
tnnrr) tho girl, who, b) tliu way, Is said
lo be under 14. while her mother make
alllil.ivll that she was horn on the 31st
of uri'tmbcr, I h'J I, which would makn
the young lady over 14. in her utll
hivlt the girl declares that Kekuoha
v anted her to testify that tho C'liliieo
was the first man sbu had known Ap
parently she forgot her ullldavlt In her
testimony on the stand at Hatiuln ou
The preliminary trial of Aklnn inmc
up nt 1Z-30 i) clock Saturday nftcrnooi;
at tho llauula court house, Koolnulun,
judge Naloua presided and Attorneys
Charles Chllllnguorth nnd J. V Culh
carl were on hand to represent tho de
fendant. County Attorney ;. A. Doit
thltt was there to prosecute nnd Dep
uty Attorney General 1 W. Mllvrrtoti
woh also present. Hli-nogrnphcr (! 12
Kahili rciortcil the proceedings In court
for the County AUurnu'ti ofllie.
The trial In tlio country court house.
after all that has bien mild nbout Ke
kuoha and In view of tho uniironchliiK
linpcuhmcnt proceedings, created no
tun of n stir and tbo people of ttiu
KoolaiiK and oven from liejond thrsu
precincts attended in gala nttlre, worn
en and children predoinlnntlng The
little court house wtlg crowded to the
edges of tho verandas nnd the junl was
alive with folks who had more the an-
puirauto of pit ulcers than observers at
court nriM ceilings.
Two auloinohllcs Hew uver the Kill
airly In tbo morning, hearing men lo
loin the performance. Jim (ulnti drovu
his Mclcawunn car, lurrjlng County
Attorney Duulbltt, Deputy Attorney
(Iciicrnl .Mllverton, Interpreter Hop
kins nnd Stunhgruphcr Kahili, ilud 'i
machine fioni dm Stockyards Ktahlea
REAL E8TATE DARGAIN8.
On easy monthly payments, largo mod
em Cottage, 1213 Matlock Ave; i
bcilr., 1 block from 2 cur lines, small
mill payment, bal. G.
A fivv choice Lotsal 1'uiinnl Ave. liar
Aalu. Uasy terms.
l!.2t) ,ucres tiact oft NtMianu Ave. I'len
ty water. Close lo tar line.
I'urr lulled fl ri Cotlngc, Mnnoa Vnl
lej Ideal Summer home, good bath
ing. Mountain nlr Stable. Near ear
lino. Only llti p, m.
limine, newly painted, 3 licdr, Kunklnl
lloiue, 2 bedr- Dcach Itnad, fJQ,
J'. U. It. STIIAUCH,
Wally liulldlug. 71 S. King Ht.
ii imiiiil isftiiffcii Jii4iisklMNiiifiiitti'i-ifMiiTiiWtI4it tilAlft tMiiriliHtri
conve)ed Attorneys Cbllllngwortli nnd
Cathcart. The start was matte nbout
8.30 o'clock In tbc morning Uulun's
car reached the court bouse at 11 15
and the other automobile nrrlvetl nbout
half nu hour later. Until 4,3 p. m the
case endured, at which time Jiidg"
Nnlona bound Aklnn over to tbc Grand
Jury In the amount of $100.
Tho mother of the child alleged to
hate been wronged by the Chinese
asked the prosecution to drop th" case
null even after the Judge hnd bound
the defendant over she made a plea (of
tho matter to be dropped
Tho only witnesses examined were
tbc mother of tbc girl, tbc girl her
self and the Deputy Sheriff, Kekuoba.
'Ihu mother seemed very loath to tes
tify In regard toilio;allegcd blackmail
ing scheme of tho Deputy Sheriff nnd
her testimony was not altogether con
sistent with her altldavlt, although shd
llnally practically admitted that tbo
Deputy Sheriff bad suggested n scltle
incnt on the $2(0 basis. The girl tes
tified that the Chinese was tne first
wan she had ever known Intimately,
contradicting her nltldavlt. Sb admit'
ted relations with one llokea n Ha
waiian, but snoro these were subse
quent events. She appeared nut at all
sorry for her escapades-
Deputy Sheriff Kekuoha suited that
ho had, "unoniclnlly," advised tho
mother of tho girl against pcrmltllni,
her to marry the Chinese. He told her,
he said. It was imposslulo lo nettle tho
rase since tho. defendant nws under
bonds nnd the mattir had gone Into
tho hnndk of the government, settle
ment should have bceu considered be
The automobile returned in the city
tiboul 8 o'clock lu.thc evening.
All tlio country ioiks seemed gum to
tec Jim Qultiii.
tonight tho Hoard of Supervisors sltJ
us n hoard of Impeachment to try Dcp
uty Sheriff Kekuoha on the charged
contained In tho nllldavlts supporting
the petition for his removal troui of
fice. IAS11K M IN
Special Sermons And
Cloudy weather ou Knster morlnng
may bring Joy to the hearts of folU
who ate woimcrlng when tho city res
ervoirs arc going tnj'o full, but signs
of ruin arc not appreciated by tho host
of Honolulu churchgoers on such nn
occasion as the Dav of Ilcsurrcctloa
incldculally the f;arin(nUi one sees 111
to put on to iclchrniu'iho day, may be
spoiled b) any tiniltia moisture.
l'crliain tho comlilned hypnotic
wishes of the worshlppeis kept off tliu
uownpour, ut uny rata nature wus ex
ceeding kind, considering tbc frown
she wore ut duwu, and the churchci
of the clt) wc-ic crowded with glad
multitudes, livery where there were
rpcclal services nnd n mugnlllccnt urns
kal observance of the tiny uud, aside
from any religious significance of tlw
occasion, tn toaster crowd Is ever a
lllshop Uestarlck preached both
morning and evening at St Andrew s
Cathedral, In the morning there were
four celebrations of the communion.
Tho anllicm "Clod Hath Appointed a
Day," was sung morning und evening
In the nftcrnuuii u great Sunday tchcxd
gathering took place.
At the Catholic Cathedral, earl) lu
the morning, there was low muss und
celebration of communion. At 'J tlicio
was still another service und at lu:SJ
high lrontllUlal mass, with orchestra
nnd full choir was celebrated. Con
firmation lu tho afternoon und bene
diction lu the evening completed the
Special Kaster services, both morn
ing und evening, were held nt Ctnlral
Union Church. l'uslor Klucald
preached on "Tho Impossible Death'
Hi tho morning. Hugo llcrzcr and Miss
Diusllla ilurx sang. The Honolulu
Commander). Knights Templar, ut
tended (he ovuiiiiK servlco In a bod),
their I'relutc, W. II. Uoetx, conducting
the ritual, assisted by tho I'astur.
i:xcclleut music cbnructcrized tint
Lcrvlccs in all elnirehcji. Marlon Hell
und Mrs. Walter Hoffmann sung at the
first Methodist Church. A score or
(jlrls from Kuuichumchu sang Kntt'T
carols in the evening. They were ac
companied b) Miss Hyington, their
iniisical Instructoi A quartet by Hu
walhin Normal School students, sung
nt the Methodist Church, l'uslor Wad
man preached appropriate sermons.
Miss Knnu Scuua sang In tliu evening
at the Chilstlan Church, l'uslor Ud
wards delivered Duster messages.
I.ustcr Ecrviies were also held at
Oahu prison, well known workers con
irlbutlng u Joyous musical program,
Under llm nusiilccs of the Young l'cn
ptc'u Huddles there was a sunrise pray
er meeting on tliu lop of I'uiiclihovvl
witn .Mrs. Ilieo. itlcliards In chargti,
Itev. 'Williams upoke at tho 'afternoon
fccrviici at the Y M C, A. Miss Ann"
Mnrlo Prescott addressed t,Ijo Ilapld
'transit men at the- car barn In tbu
At St Andrew's Cathedral the offer
lngs for the Imllilluc" fund amouuled to
$1720 and tbo children's offerings for
missions In the afternoon wus $17fi,
Mrs. W Super directed tho Cuthedrul
Lust evening there vrerc services at
tho Kukaako Mission, A musical pro.
(tram was rendered under Ihu care u(
7.1m. J W, Yarndle).
The collection taken at the mornlntf
services nt Cnntial Union Church, for
foreign mlslsnns, amounted to over
il m ii i
"She It so rlcldly conscientious." "In
deed?" "Yes. She sticks to her pilti
elides as If It wcio u matter of ct
Iipicttc." Hrookl)ii Life.
ADDRESSEDT0 WORKING GIRLS
Miss narrows Tells How Mrp. Pink.
batn'a Advice Helps Wowcmtr.uiru.
Girls who work
susceptible to fe
rn a 1 o disorders,
who nru i4illged
to stand on their
feet from morn
Ing until night in
stores or facto
ries. Day In nnd day
out the l-lrl tolls,
and she is often the brend-wrinuer of
the family. Whether alio is sick or
(veil, whether It rains or shines, she
must get to her place of employment,
perform the duties exacted or her
smile and be agreeable.
Anio'ncr this clusi the symptoms of
female diseases are early manifest by
weak and nclilng backs, pain In tho
lower limbs and loner pnrt of tho
stomach. In eonseqiienco of frequent'
welting of the feet, pcrliMls becomo
painful nnd Irregular, and frequently
there! are faint nnd Atjy spells, with
loss of appetite, until life Is n lmr1 n.
All these symptoms point to a de
rangement of tho female, organism
which can lo easily anil promptly
cured by I.jdla E. l'inkham's Vegeta
Minn A buy V. Harrows, Nelsonvllle,
Athens Co.,' Ohio, tells what this great
medicine did for her, blie writes:
Dcor Mrs. l'lnkluvm :
"I feel It hit duty to tell yon tho good
I,)dln K. llnkliain's Vegftnlifo Osnjind
and lllooill'urinerluvvediinofornie. Ilofiirn'
I tnok them I wiw viry tiers ous, hnd dull
benilarbes, itn In Isirlc, rimI jrrioitA wrro
Irregulsr, 1 lud Us n to several doctors, and
tbov dlil mo no cimI.
"Your uiediln has made me well and
itmng. I ran do most any kind of work
without coraplnlnt, nnd my periods are all
"1 am In liotter henltll than I es-er w,
and I know It Is all dun to )cmr rrmo.lli'S. I
nvKinnn-iid your adv leu and medicine to all
It Is to such girls that Mrs. l'ink
ham holds out a liclplnc,' hand anil ex
tends n cordial Invitation to correspond
with her. Shu is ilaughU'r-ln-liivv ol
I,) ilia I'., rinkhnni and for tvvcnty-flvu
years has Ih-cii adtisini; sick wonieii
free of charge. Her long record of
success In treating woman's Ills makes
her letters of advice of nntold vnlue lo
every alllnir wnrklucr crlrl. Address,
Mrs. l'lukham, Lynn, Mass,
CAPTAIN MARTIN DROWNS
AS RESULT OF INSANITY
SHERMAN WILL REMAIN IN HONO
LULU FOR FEW DAYS BEFORE
PROCEEDING TO THE
When the l'. S. Army transiort Hhcr
inau nrrlvcd In lirt last nlnlit, she had
ou board one Jess passeiiKcr than when
leaving Manila, for Captain Mai tin of
the Artillery Corps committed sulcldu
when the vessel was three dajs out
from K.itrasikl, by Jumping overbo.ud.
His body vvuj nut recovered
Captain Martin uinl to Manila last
month on the Meade, und on the voy
age It was not lied that ho was becum
in;; mentally c'cruiiKcd. It was be
lieved that his transfer from the heavy
nrtlllery to the lisht artillery hail
something to do with his mental trou
ble On his arrival ut Manila he was
plated lu tare of u hospital, and at
tendants guarded him contluiiall) At
lust he was ordered home to the t'nlt
rd States On Ihu Sherman he was
guarded by the physician of the ves
sel uud several attendants. It wus on
April I that, he wns taken out on deck
for exerclkc, and suddenly escnpliiK
from his miariU lie Jumped overboard.
Search was at onic niiide for his body,
but It could not he found, Ills family
Is on tho Coast, and it Is believed that
his wife Is now- in San rraueisco,
Willi the exception of the ono tragic
Incident, the trip of tlio .Sherman wiu
quite uneventful The vessel will re
main lu Honolulu fur n few days, dui
ItiK which time she will illsihurKe 780
tons of coal for Ihu quartermaster's tie
puitmcnt There.ure no troops ou the
viskcI, and bcr passenger list Is not
Ono of the passengers ou the Sher
man Is l.t. Cole in I llrush, InspfUo.'
(lener.il of the army Ho Is relieved
from duty in the I'hlllpplnes, nnd Is
now returning to bis home. Meat
Commander McDoukuII and Idetit. Has
biuuck. both of the Navy, arc pjBecn
gcrs for tbu Coat
There was a slight accident to the
vessel while she was being placid lu
Nnv) slip No, 2 last night. In tbo walk
news. Due of her propellers cuiiiu in
contact with a dolphin which Is guard
ing tho marine rnilwny, hut it Is be
lieved lh.it nu damage resulted Tin.
passenger list of tbu Sherman louslsts
of 115 first class uud 31 second class pan
sciigcr. KAIIAn BIDS
Knlinulkl military post sanitary sjh
Uui bids wcru opened Saturday at tlio
Uuitrleiuuisler's depot, us follows.
tvevveiuKo Bjslcnt W J. Digl.md
Vliimblug Co.. $11,701, Ilunell Con
ktructluu Co., J'JJ'JS; l M. Whltehuuuo
$10,170, i: T Chaplii, $ll,:uu, ami
ChnrliN tillmau, 1 1,'JiJ.
I'urlllcutlon plant llurre.ll Conttruc
lion Co . ::i.S7i;.
Water DlBtrlbutlon V J niiglauJ
l'lumblng Co, J15.28S, llurrell Cotf
mini Hon Co., MI.'ji'.S. I.. M. Whltu
house. $18,212; V T. Chapln, $13,580;
nnd Charles tlllm.in. $K1.12i;
"Well lmrliiK MiCiiudle-s Dros.10,
inch, $2500; 12-Inch. $2000.
Ilhls were also culled for lu Now York
nnd Han I'laudsc The cuutrai.ts will
be awarded lu Washington.
'MJHsiii rn,"'L.itA.tuAJute -baMw 4
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IPS i ill w
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16- w
candle power when 1-candle power
lamp wastes you money and more
HYLO LAMPS on the other
able you to turn your light down
HYLO LAMPS ARE INVALUABLE FOR THE 8ICK ROOM, AND X
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE!
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
Office, king St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390,
of Smoked Snapper
AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST FOOD
For baking, frying, boiling, broiling, for chowders, to scallop,
cream or cook any way your fancy may dictate. Smoked Snapper
Is a universal food fish and It healthful, appetizing and Invigorat
ing. Will you try some today?
-MB- ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED.
J. M. LEVY & Co.,
were undoubtedly "up against It" with only the old fashioned "pigeon
hole" office furniture.
goods have already transformed thousands of offices into
Are you so posltlva that yours does not need transforming?
Hawaiian Office Specialty Go,
EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE.
THE BUTTER MUST
BE THE BEST
otherwise the meal stands a very great chance of being spoiled. In
some articles of diet more or less leeway In the matter of quality may
be allowed' without any unpleasant results being experienced. With
butter, however, this Is not tho case. The best is none too good for
your family and for your guests.
CRYSTAL SPRINC3 DUTTER 18 THE DEST.
TWO POUNDS FOR 75
tst i ntMJA
I Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New TVlun
. McF7ARI.AM-',tCn.. Snlr Acrrnfs. H
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
wculd suffice. This means that the
money In the course of a year than
hand, save you money, for they en- Jf
frcm ICcp. to 1 cp. at will.
WHERE A COMMON LAMP IS
Moat Tn T M
j..Aw.wi. .vy .wvv -.
w w w-. 1
In Every I3ottle.
75cts per montfi
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