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Watch Our Ads,
It will pay you.
Watch Our Ads.
It will pay you.
On Uvcry Steamer.
On Every Steamer.
MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY.
Wash Material at Half Price
We must make room (or the NEW GOODS that are
constantly arriving hence this MONEY-SAVING OFFER.
that we sold regularly for 15c and 20c
SPECIAL AT 10 YD.
Ready-Made Sheets and
SHEETS, a well made sheet, good quality cotton
Regular ' 7Qc and 80c
SPECIAL flO and 70
PILLOW CASES, size 45x30, '
A first-class case of good quality and all
ready for use.
hemmed: ' ,
Regular .' 15c and 20c
SPECIAL . . .; 12!i and 15
Regular ..I 20c and 25c
SPECIAL 156 and ilO
To Be Given Away
White Lawn Shirt Waists . ,
An entire NEW Lot, embroidery trimmed, plaited back
-and deep culf,
Regularly cold for $1-25
SPECIAL for MONDAY, TUESDAY and
now on exhibition at our store, will be given away to the
Most Popular School
RECEIVING THE HIGHEST NUMBER OF VOTES
First Showing of
We will leave the awarding of this Splendid Model
to our customers.
A Vote will be GIVEN FREE with every 25c pur
chase. All Votes to be deposited at the Advertiser
New Fall Pattern
This month's BUTTERICK PATTERNS aro lOfi and
15(i. NONE HIGHER
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO,
, Wednesday, . -
October 1st, "2nc and 3rd
LADiES ARE CORDIAI-LY INVITED
m mm step
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna SausageBoneless ChicKen
are some ol
Libby's (S Food Products
Askour grocer for them
Our booklcl,"OooilThlni to Et." moiled fr. Send
Ave I cent nUmps far Ubby'i lllc AtUi of the World
Libby, McNulll 6 Llbby
A. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
' Wholesale Distributors.
I To Builders, Contractors end Others
- Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash.
O. B. REYNOLDS,
757"ALA(EA STREET NEXT 8AIL ORS' HOME.
Another practical ston In the forma
tion or tho' Commercial C'luli of Hono
lulu, nit Wstltutlun which will 1111 o
long-felt want In tho clly, was taken
Inn nluht t n liicclliiK .it which the
(ollon-lUR Ihnrd of Uovcrnois wus lect
cd: 1'icil Damon, W. It, Knrrlugiun.
W. T. Lucas, V. W. Marfitrlanc. J. 1.
Mctticruy. .1. 1 Morgan. K. 11. IMl l.
M. l'hllllps, It. It. lleldford. A. a. Jl.
Itobcrthou, Ceoruo W. Smith, II. II.
Trent, James WaKenclil, 1. L. Wnld
rpn, .II. 1. Wood.
Thp liiuctliiK, held In the 100ms of tho
Promotion Committee, was well attend
ed nml prctldcd our by (Icorgo W.
Smith. The most Important matter In
tomo up, with tlie exception of the elec
tion of tho Hoard of Governor, was In
tho roim of a letter from A. G. M. Ilob
crUou, of the rommlUco on orsnnlza
tlon. He oluted that a eliartcr hail hecn
crniitcil the club on AiikusI SO uml that
It hail been thought IcU to illvlilc the
llrbt Ilo-inl of Clomuora Into three sec
tions, to serve one, two uml tlueo yearn
rcspectUely, five members to bo elect
ed each year.
In tl:a submitting the lint ot nomina
tions for tho Uoji'il ho slated thai tin.
committee "has hecn considerably cm-
hnrrnsred hy the fact that tho list ot
subscribers contains bo many c.oiil
names that In limiting the board to
fifteen, many ieprcscntatlo Imilntwu
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Btick Warehouse, 126 Kine St. Photic Main 53
P. E. . Strauch
$2700 Largo Housu uml ucro Lot on
Car Una neur Zon. i:asy payment.
S3S0O Klec.ant ll-room modern Hesl
denco . BtublcM, Outhouses. Lot
170x210. Will bo nacrillcvil at 1-2
$1300 Gr. Cottage at l'liiiiuil nr. I.llllia
Tcrinlnun. Lot 75x150. Health
iest place in Town.
$2250 Coltuso on KIdk St. nr. Wat-
kllcl turn. Lot CO x 250. best iosl
denco dlstuet. Lusy iiuymoiitu.
10 per cent. CulIi, Will double. 111
value next two )cars.
J200 Several flilq IlulhlliiK Lots, all
'cleared; ut I'uiimit. ?25 Cash; bal
ance monthly without IntercM.
Theso lots aro the best In town for
$75 per annum 10 years' lease on
1 J-2 ncros of level land, rich soil,
freu f i mil Dtoiica, near Kalihl Kor
And Other Parrjalns.
NO- 74 SOUTH KING STREET.
men hao nercvt.irlly bcn 'left out."
Tho coniuilttco ubo ru omnniili.il h)
lawu for llK.catilzatlon i.hlcli weia
adopted wnliuut any radluil (hnimc.
After tho mcctlliB a tlulslied a
short U'sulon of ihc iu Hoard of (lov-
U-uiors was held ni wlueh lite arraugu
Imcnt of i lie club roonn which will hi
located In the iim.er ti 'ry of the Jl.-
CnuUest biilldtnB on tlic corner i
Klni! mid lloihe'i xtr-eta. w is ilU-itaici.
,KLini' one suKRCjteil im' 'ttlenient oi
tho question whether there unoulil Ik
n dlnluB rcom for hull-. It wiu do-
chled to nwalt a largu mti-nilaneo
W turn '
WOODS EATO CROW
(Continued from Page 2)
l.avi e to do with till i uiaitei?" he
aske.l, "Cnn wo dlsi ipiine a Kutlou
nl Conimltttemau? Can wo discip
line Senator Woods? What can nil
this InvcstlBatlon lead to? Would It
no- hac been a j;rcat deal eailer for
Mr. JlvClanahan and Mr. Woodj to
art together and tails tho matter ov
er? Hut to rush Into print with n let
ter eharRlng tho'Na'lonal Committee
man with treachery, for that Is what
It amounts to. what have wo to do
.vltli that? It Is Impoi'slblo In a pub
lic way lllto.thls to arrivo at any ami
"Thoreloro 1 muo In the Interests
of harmony that this committee do
dine to tnUo-auy action In the mat
ter, hut reiiuests that Senator Woodi
and Mr. MiClaiiahau r.et together mid
tee if they cannot arrhe at some
11 plliano bald that lio thotiiuit uia
Hint or had koiio out In tho nesvppa-
pers, nml tlier.'foio the iiuestlou
should should he Bono over In tho
toids oxplalucd that tho motion
Intended hltncelf and Mc flaiwlian to
Ret toRother and nrrlvo at a conelit
slon. .o Hint the icsult could he pub'
litliul In thp papers.
McClsnahan VVoulU confer
- Mr. MeClamihan rtated that Mr.
IthoiW'E' motion tixpresscd his feel
itiBu, uud he hud been tryliiB to teach
Mr. Wooue all day. It Is a ltilsir.Kon
Idea," he paid, "that Mr. Woodi and
inybclf have not not toBclher. ' Wo
have hail an hour's coiiforem o. Hut
I thinli (hat tho results of any urn
leioucQ between Mr. Woods uml riy
telr should ho a part of the records
of this mcctlnB. I BitBKCSl that If Mr.
Woods wants to see mo ua badly tin I
want to see him, wo retire to another
loom or dnnn-btalra." '
Woods isald; "I ai knowledge that
Mr. McClanahau uud 1 have had a
tonlareneo. I left It to him to see
how wo could como toKcther. When
ho naked mo to call again at his of
fice, ho buid ho thouBht It was too
great a matter to bo bottled by -im,
and ho thouBht It ought to be left to
ho Ccntiul Committee,"
At tho luslslenio ol Chairman Kin
ney, ho tinted ,hls willingness lo ro
out with MiClau.lhan and try to comu
lo mi Uf.reeuieut.
Woods and McClnn.iliaii Retire
The two then li.lt thu loom amid
the applaiibe of tho members.
Whllo flicy wero out the County
Committee started In to transact IU
business, hut before any pt ogress hnd
been made Woody and MeClannhan
returned and iinnoiinued that they
hud iptlclily reached an aEieomunt.
Tjkcs It All DaeH
Woods Mihmltted a typewritten
Mntotnen' In which ho npoIoaUirt all
Icrtly for tlie statements ho had madii
and wild all )io had laid amounted to
nothliiK,'' and had untruth In it. -He
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gwjffl right way in the right place m 'wM
Kjn anil keeps on doing it and H "fflm
Wm hence the Monarch Type- H 'Wm
M M writer is the typewriter of M 'JB
fi B the present and of the future, m H
r I Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. I I
H lAQctlts for Hawaiian Islands. H V,b1
H H 4tkBl
henillly na tho ones for Woods. stifTB
Thl t inu .er bcinr; settled, the com- JhuM
milled ndjotirned at S;45. iV
In the Circuit C'ouit this tiiorulng a ( all
document wus hied fiom Mrs. Cordelia "flifll
'(.'. Allru, temporarily rcsldlne. In Oak- iH
laud, Cat , ucrccluB to accept tho proW-
tblnns In thu wll of her husband, Wll- - ,mu
Ham iesiiiclcu Allen, dere.iced, in . iHvP
' place of her dower rights- (Jssfill'i
It's the Type Bar That Does; It.
Hov it jits, iviat it hits and ivjerc it hits
it tells the whole story of typewriter worth. ,
THE MONARCH type bar hits in plain sight that is'visihle
THE MONARCH type bar hangs. in plain Right," sojas to be
easily gotten at.
THE MONARCH type bar hits a rigid carriage. and so gives
a clear, clean impression of the type,
THE MONARCH type bar always hits where ' it ought,
because of its firm bearings.
THE MONARCH type bar needs no guide because of its
patented, broad, pivotal, frictionless bearings.
THE MONARCH type bar hits a sharp, snappy blow and gets
out of the way " as quick as lightning."
THE MONARCH type bar hits'n strong stroke with an easy
touch of the type key. In fact,
tplcdgcd hid loyalty to tho par y and
as candluai' rtartnularly Mr Mr
Claimnan whom ho t.romlscd lo klip
Tho dial man staled that ll) Mew
of Mr Woods' utUtiido ho waiter u
considered .wttled Ho thanked
Woods mi behalf ot the roninilltee
Three elderu wem (imposed for
Woods, nml given with cnthtu.i.isni.
WoodB ptopoiod three cheers fur
McClanahaii.Jund (hey wero Given as