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Quick Selling Prices
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
8ILKOLINE9, 36 Inchee wide, In a targe variety of effect
Ive designs: ,
Regularly told for 16c yard
SPECIAL YARD8 FOR 25t
GOLDEN DRAPERIE8, 27 Inches wide, In a wealth of prat
ty colon: " .,,.
Regular 1Se yd. quality
8PECIAL 2 YARD9 25l
Figured, 36 In. wide;
Regular price 35c yd.
SPECIAL ,..". 30 YARD
Regular price . . 25c yd.
8PECIAL 20 YARD
BURLAPS, assorted colors, full yard wide:'
f? Regular , 20c quality
8PECIAL '.- 15
, . .
. Extra Specials In Belts
PLAIN WASH BELTS:
Regular 15c 20c 30c
SPECIAL 2I25 15 20
EMBROIDERED WASH BELTS:
Regular 20c 25c 35c and 40c
' SPECIAL 15t 20 25 " 30
'MERCERIZED FIQURED BELTS:
Regular 30c 35c 40c 60c
special 20 25 30 50d
Store Open Until 9 p. m. on Saturday
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Miuti'mniitrk, ti:ii.tiiit'ts .tu i u.ii. iu i,rjn: i
S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd.,
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mi shiih '
bar association refuses to
EXPELL HAWAII ATTORNEY
IN SPITE OF DAMAQINQ TES
TIMONY CIVEN IN REPORT
K "He declared to the offlcera of M
5f the law In hla flve-mlnute letter M
T5 that he had forgotten the record. A
L It waa murderous neglect. No Ml
X headsman seeking the Ufa of X
X these men could have been mora X
f WOMEN'S CLUBS X
J! X X X S X X X X X X X X S X X Xi
Clubs are trumps in Honolulu and
the seems to hold a full hand.
Of women's clubs there are many-
social, musical, religious, philanthrop
ic, without time to study their woik
or personnel and with only the knowl-
rdgeMhat a very hurried glance can
rive my Impression Is that the philan
thropic spirit predominates in the
club life father than the social or lit
Prominent among the clubs' Is the
College Club, which Is a complement
to the men's University Club, and
rtlmulates women's Interest In a col
lege career for women, holds musical
End literary mcellugs, and once a year
fives a large reception for the senior
filrls of the various educational Insti
tutions here. There Is a musical club
which Is made up of some ot the prom
inent women and holds many delight
ful affairs of musical nature. The Ha
Ji dellberate'-Statement by Attor. Mnaan Womcn'a Club is another of
ney w. A. Kinney. M nflut,ncc 0ne of tll mosl cxcu,vc
In spite of the. statement made be-
Any woman who auffera from
Cramps, Backache, Narvoua er
8lck Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos
tlventts or Oeneral .Weakness
nceMs the U liters to make ber well
ugatn. It has cured tbousanda In
tlie past 60 years. In casea of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
aland first. Try a bottle.
and J 50c
VJ! l;.-r, I.,,:
I.' , ' I , i'M 1'
3 i: Q
fore the bar Association yesterday at-
ESTABttSHED IN 188.
bishop & Co.
Corpmercial and Travelers'
,. tiers of Credit issued, on
to Bank of California and
1. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
merlcan Express Company
jnd Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on terni
md Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. O. Irwin
organizations Is the Daughters ot Ha
wall, to whose membership only Ha
waiian or American women hum in
tlin lalamlH nrn nllDltilp TM rlnl. la
terrioon to the effect that he was not ,,r a patroUc naturo,strlvlng to pre
after the scalp of Carl 8. 8mlth.'thc' rv ,h .r.d..onil ,, -... nf
11,10 Attorney, he proceeded In every. 10 Minitt and Is of tho same his
way, lo grill that gentleman and to (otc lnUrci!t ag the Landmarks Club
make such Matcuients uh that ", cf Southern California. It stands for
headsman seeking the life of these lho bcst of lual Bp,rt of awfl ,
men could have been more. deliberate." kilch mcana 80 n,uch to , islaucln
Notwithitandlng this, however, thennj n,elr people.
Har Association adopted the majority. There are threo women's rl.llng
report, signed by Antonio I'erry and riUUH( ti,0 Mae A)f( (ho .a. nin
J. ' - . .?'. "' nd one not yet named: the Kalualu t Ju.IKo of said court at the court room
the effect that no further action be i.owlnc Club, a French Club, a Jnu.-tu.inr n... ul,l rnnrt m Honolulu. Island
Irse Women'iTClub and a Chinese Wo- of Oahu, he and tho same hereby Is
i.nn rfi,l. lliAn nd ...uvlrl... ' fir.t.rilntw.1' a. 'ttifa limn .nil lil.rrt fnr
IN TUB CirtCUIT COURT OP THE
first Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Prlbatoi at Chambers.. In the Matter
ot tho Kstato ot Ana Pala, deceased.
Order of Notlco of Petition for Allow
aiivo of Final Accounts and Discharge
In Tills Kstato. On reading and filing
tho petition 'and accounts of Cecil
Ilrown, Administrator with will annex
ed of Ana Pala, latu of Honolulu, Oa
hu. T. II.. wherein ha asks to be al-
'lowed $3,011.11, and he charges him
I rilf with 9S.323.S1, and asks that tbo
I l.auio may be examined and approved,
I and that a dual order may bo made of
distribution or tho property remain
ing In his bands to the persona thereto
entitled, and discharging him and his
sureties from all further responsibil
ity as such administrator with tbo
will annexed, it Is ordered that Mon
day, the lGlh day of October, A. D.
VJW. at 9 o'clock a. m. before tue
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, liiT.H. T"
who care to make more
than the ordinary sav
ings bank rats of Inter
est can have It wUely
and safely Invested at
Fort at. Honolulu
F. K. Thompson moved thai the re- men's Club;
nort of the committee be adonted and .r.i...,,i Mni.
. . . , V...M, BV..H. W
the recommendations carried out. Tins Ulany gymnasium clubs; a Colonial
Ban Francisco Agents Tb Ne
Nattaaal Dank of Ban Francisco.
raw Eschsnge ou tho Nevada Na
Joatal Bank of Ssu Ftancltco.
London The Union of London anl
8aHb'a Dank. Md. '
Mw York American Kicbsnf a Na
CMcago Com Exohangn National
aaeto Credit Lyunnala. ,
aseagkong aad Yokohama Hong
kaagUiaaKhal Ranking Corporation.
zeaund and Australia Dang
Zealand and Bank of Auatra-
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IPaaH JJ.Hlt'. wr Natural Tlavour
I wJm' 'I0dlToduct8
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
i Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are aome ol
Libby's (SEE) Food Products
Ask your grocer for them
Our booklet, "Oood Things to Bat," milld frt. Bcnii
n l-cnl ttimpo for Llbby'i Big Atlas of tha World
Hbby, McNeill 6 Xlbby
TiS H. DAVlES & COMPANY, Limited.
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To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
' AT COST for cash
O. B. REYNOLDS,
757 AlfAKEA 8TREET'NEXT 8AIL ORS' HOME.
brought Mr. Kinney to his feef with Jciub, embracing women who trace col
the following motion and resolution: r.ny descent.
, "lUsoUcd. That the report of tliej The Kindergarten Association is
committee be accepted and placed on me of tho strongest organization and
flU; jinJru. -In i v - a j I tho Flower Mission Club Is. also doliic
"Itcsolved, That the action of Carl mi excellent work. Tho Woman's Ex
S. Smith, under Investigation by tho change does a. large and a muchneej-
committee, ahdwa that be baa bcen'od work; there aro social, missionary
guilty of professional misconduct, nnd'rnd industrial societies connected
tliat,hleo,wu,deleusq shows that he liaalnith all of the churches; tho W, C.
been;g)lllt3r bf iraVo' negllgotce of dutyTi'u;. and the V. W. C.,A., are doing
towards his! clients." ;i Jj icood work of great .scope In the Isl-
'Mr, Kinney raid In patt: soVIk, and there.la.a, large ,jhurcu guild
"The vital ihlnc that this Assocla-, connected with the Knglls'hchurch, of
lion Is called upon to do Is to declare which former Queen Lllliiokalanl is
Its conviction upon certain Issues resident, ., ( fc ., ,
talsed in this report, The Association! 'The Koman Catholic women havo a.
must call a spado a spade. Kindly mo-' philanthropic society which does a
lives dictated tho recommendations In vast amount ot good; the Hawaiian
that report, when they said that ho I'atrlotlc League Is a native society of
must have written that letter with his prominence; there aro the varloua ho
eyes shut. I don't want to vote upon fifties such as the Kastern Star, Hath
this particular 'part' "of the report. I lone Sisters, the Camoes and Rebek
may be charitable enough not to wuut i ihs. and others,
to record my vote upon this point. The Women's Industrial Home Asso
"We don't want to fctultlfy ourselves elation Is doing a most Important
or occupy a position that a layman can
riddle to pieces, and they can riddle
this matter us It stands until we have
n't u leg to stand upon.
"In so far us the report discloses
negligence to Ms clients, then I believe
we have u right to go Into that. Wo
have gone to the limit of Indulgence If
we merely declare, that he was guilty
of unprofessional conduct." He wua
guilty of gross negligence to his cli
ents. "Mr. Smith nailed their coffin lid
down when he inudo his declaration to
Mr. Mllverton, as If he had been their
enemy and not their attorney. He dls
posed of thut letter In five minutes,
mid when the last light wua being
made for them by one lono parson und
he wrote that letter 1 don't believe
there Js any one here would say thut
he acted unwittingly.
The 'motion ot Thompson was llnally
put aud passed. ,
About twelve members of the edi
torial association will remain 'here two
weeks longer and the secretary of the
association comes out with the bold
Htntement that If the association
should extend Its visit, another week
that Mr. Wood and Mr. McCandless
would hold at leust twenty-live mem
bersof the party for another month.
thero are a cooking-1 appointed as the time and placo for
several bridge clubs. Hearing saut petition anu accounts,
aim insi an persons, iiiivrt-aiuu may
then and there appear and show
cansi. If any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may pre
sent evldenec as to who are entitled
to the Bald property. And that notlco
of this order. In the .Rngllsh' language.
be published In tho Kvenlng Bulletin,
a newspaper printed, and published In
Honolulu, onco a week for three' suc
cessive weeks, the last publication to
be not less than two weoks previous
to the.tlmo therein appointed for said
bearing. i ,
Dated at Honolulu, this Mb day of
September. ,J906.. ....,, .
, J. T. UE H6LT.
First Judge of tbe Circuit Court
of tha First Circuit:
Attest: MV T. SIMQNTON,
Clerk of tho Circuit' Court
of. tho First Circuit.
3480 Sept. 6, IS, .20, 27.
work, and there Is a chapter of the
Daughters of the American Revolution
here as well.
The same spirit ot mutual helpful-
nessf and mutual Interest which binds
together the women of the Statea Is
to be found here among natives,
Americans and Europeans alike, and
(-very woman Keeiiis to be stretching
rut a helping hand to somo other sis
ter who needs the special service
which she can give. There lies In the
hearts of somo progressiva women u
hope and an Intention of a central
women's club, a federation ot clubs
In which tho varloua women's organi
sations may he rrystallzed and con
centrated and tho best drawn from
each Into a strong, potent esKencu
which shall become a power of Incal
culable Importance to the future of
these Islands. "
..Vtstotia and Vancouver Bank ot
BttUab Worth America.
Befostta received. Ixana mad on
aaatowed security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. BIU ot Bz
eat bought and sold.
CejMoctlona Promptly Accounted Foft
DE LIGHTED !
THAT'3 WHAT CONSUMERS OP
Gordon's Dry Gin
aay after partaking of thla
delicious production of
tha dlatlller'a art. Truly,
thla gin la Perfection It
self. A trial will con
vince you of ita superiori
ty over all other brands
offered In thla market.
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 8. KINO ST.
AND TRUST GO.
P HAWAII. LTD.
ADD CAPITAL' 9100,00000
)) to 'WfJOII oWVWfl
ktontV.. If. P. Robinson
oaaataav M irVOM
The County Commlttea will meet at
the Republican headquarters 'at 7:2(1
o'clock Saturday night.
P. E. R. Strauch
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
. We pack, haul and ship yout
goodi and lave you money. v ,'
Dealer, in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick. Warehouse, J 26 King St. Phone Main 58
The bids for furnishing coal for the
Knlllil Pumping station will bo opened
tomorrow at 12 o clock noon.
13600. On account of departuro for
Chicago. I otter for' sale the beauti
ful residence of Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kainehamttha IV. Road at HALK
COHT. This lt-roora building Is
modern llulshed throughout, with
large, spacious verandahs. Fine
Lawns.. Rare ornamental and fruit
trees and a constant cool breete
make this plain u most attractive,
desirable aud healthy residence.
Servant houses, wash house, largo
stables and chlckeu runs. I-ot is
170x210, Only ono block from car.
Small Cottage on Vlnoyard St. near
Cunha l-nue. Walking distance for
bcIiooI and business. First comes
And other burgalns.
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8. KINQ STREET.
Remember, a special dinner for one
dollar at Seaside Hotel tonight Willi
music by famous Kawuihao quintet
club. Military hop afterwardc.
The lutcr-tiland ateamer Claudlne,
which arrived this morning, brought
the following cargo: 2840 bags sugar,
07 (jags potatoes, C8 baga corn, 27 bog
03 puckages empty bottles, 141 pack
ages sundries. Good weather was ex
perienced during the trip.,
Win. Williamson, of Thleleu 1WI
llamson. returned vesterdav from' s
tour of Inspection made over the lands
of the Hawaiian-American Rubber
Plantation at Nablku, Maul. He found
the crop ahead of ull estimates and
brought buck a large number ot fine
photos aud also samples ot rubber.
Dr. 3, Uchlda, who has Just com
pleted the arrangements of his new of
fice on Nuuanu street, has Issued Invi
tations to bis medical and socloty
frleuds to a house-warming dinner to
be held at a Japanese hotel on Vine
yard Rtreet near River, The occasion
will take place tomorrow night and
about 100 guests are expected. Resides
speechtnaklng there will be gelsliu
girls to entertain the guests.
IN TUB CIRCUIT COURT OK TUB
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate: at Chambers. In the Mat
ter of the Estate .of Charles llalver-
son, deceased. Defore Judge Hon. J.
T. De Bolt. Order of Notlco of Peti
tion for Allowance of Final Accounts
and Discharge In" This Estate. On
reading and .fll'ni; tho petition and ac
counts of David Dayton, sJmlnl'tra-
tor of Charles Halverson, win r.
in he asks to be allowed S577.
49100 and, ho cha'rges himself with
577 29-100, and asks that tho same
may be examined and approved, and
that a Dual order may bo made of
distribution of tho property remain
ing In his hands to the persona there
to entitled, and discharging him and
his sureties from all further responsi
bility us such,. It Is ordered that Frl-
me lain uay. ot uciooer, a. u.
1000.- nl 9 o'clock' a. m. before tho
Judgo of said court at the court room
ol tho said eort at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, be and the same hereby Is
nppolnted as the tlrao and placo for
hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persnus Interested may
then aud thero appear and show,
cause. If any they have, why tbo same
should riot hu granted, and may pro
ent evidence as to who uru entitled
to the said property. And that notlco
of this order. In the English language,
be published In the Evening Bulletin
nuwsiiauer printed and published In
Honolulu, onco a week for three suc
cessive weeks, the last publication to
bo not loss than two weeks previous
to the time therein appointed tor ssld
Dated at Honolulu, this lzth uay or
(HKU.l J. T. Dr. iiuur,
Judge of tbn Circuit Court of tbo
Attest: JOB BATCHEI.OR,
Clerk or thu Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit.
3480 Bept. 13. 20. 27: Oct. 4.
Canr Ifort aai Kmc Sta.
AVNtM. DCPOSIT8 weolvacl aad
; gaowM far yearly aeeoeru m
i. aai of 414 aer oaat. for anana.
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Uncle Sam .,
en -i ii
i ' ', .Ul'il jilt
Only tha beat materials, go lito.JLIri-,.,t,
cla Sam'a structures. i 1,V m jf
' Thatro Why We' vvtfo-awanftdthor
contract for all tho builder hardware '-'
In tho big new military icamp at Ka
haulki. All locks, hinges, bolls and other!""
hardware come from our stock. Sam; .
pies on exhibition If you ears to , see , 1((
them. " ' ' ' i . ..' ,
TAP1 tlHKD 1M&
Cbpltal Subscribed Ton 24.000,00)
Capital Paid Up Ten 18.000,000
Reserved Fund Tan 8,140,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
RANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London.
Lyons, Nagasaki. Nowchwang. now
7ork. Peking, Ran Francisco, 8uaaff
hat. Tientsin. Toklo. Osaka.
Tbe bank buys and receive a for col
lection Bills rl Exchange, Issues
Dratta aad Let'.a of Credit aad tnuta
acta a general banking business,
HONOLULU RArSCH. 87 KINO ST.
Lewers & Cooke.
177 S. KINQ ST.
Cation. N8.II& Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS ST8.
olere re-tubed with charcoal U
or atael tube's: genet al et-'p work.
Office, 24S QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
" ENOINEKRS AND
Plana and eetlmatee furnished for
all clause contracting work.
- TEL. WAIN 248.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK Honolulu.
We have some very good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & Belser
P. O. BOX t2. PHONE MAIN 188.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS Of
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL, MAIN 197.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDER,
ALAKEA SI REET.
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'fhone Blue 1801.
Reeldence 'Phono .Blue ES32.
"Better be sure than sorry" la a say
ing older than our safe-deposit vault,
but It fits It as If made to order. Bet.
ter be sure of tha safety of your pa
pere than sorry you had not rented
one of the boxee at five dollar a year.
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO,
If you want firstelase work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of-
Schuman Mill Ci.
QUEEN ST. NEAR PORT.
make good presents
for your friende. Bast
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co.,
Elite Bldg., Hotel 8L
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Imnrov.d and Modern SUQAR MA.
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, fcnd repair
executed at ihortett notice.
Tnat ill men'e palataa are pleated
with the fare served by tho
Corner HOTEL and BETHIX STt.
DURABLE ANO ATTRACTIVE.
For 8ale Made In Mission Stylo m
FONG INN CO.
1162 NUUANU ST. P. O. BOX MS.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loan and In
Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O. BOX 285, ' PHONE MAIN 141.
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