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vmrmo BtiLLgrm. itowolplp. t ii , Monday, nov. 12, 1906.
We m.idc ,1 big record a year ago with our linen sale; we Intend to
ccllpie that record this year.
The following values may seem Incredible to some, but those who have
nltcndcd our sales know and appreciate the great bargains we offer:
White Table Damask
$ .50 quality Union Linen 37'i yd.
$'.60-' " Mercerized 10 yd.
$.75 " All Linen GO "
$ .90 " All Linen 08 "
$1.00 " All Linen 80 "
$1.00' quality s .75 doi.
'" ''" .05 "
S1-50 " 31.15 M
20 " 81.50 "
'2W " 91.05 "
3.oo " 82.35 "
Cloth and Napkins to Match
A large assortment to select from; new designs In cquare, oblong and
Hound; In all sizes; all at REDUCED PRICE6.
2 yds. SQUARE DAMASK CLOTH from $3 )0 upward
U'!i yds. SQUARE DAMASK CLOTHS from 94 75 upward
2!i yds. ROUND DAMASK CLOTHS from 97.75 upwards
EVERY ITEM ABOVE IS WOrtTH INVESTIGATING. -
N, S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihlp youi
goods and save you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St. Phone MalnM
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
has moved his residence from the cor
ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 King St., near Richards
New 'Phone Number-BLUE JOJ J
is near at hand. Wc will have a gen
erous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. PU
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
HIS CALLINO IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C, Axtell &CO, I0-IR.I058 Alakea
f, '., "I . H I Hl"'l H'HUI'.I J
Weekly Bulletin ijil Pep Year
FORT 8T. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show von our illustrations
"Mrs. WIrks of tho Cabbage Patch "
lu be presented thin mnnlli by I ho
Miak and Wis Club under tho ads
plcca of I.pI Aloha Chapter, Order t
the Eastern Star, Is certain to bo o.ti
of tho best amateur productions of
the venson. It Is light and breezy ami
there aro no heavy or dragging por
tl'ins. Comedy and pathos Intern)!.,'
e'o, but tho comedy and rough philos
ophy nf Mrs. Wlggs prevail through
out. The rehearsals arc well nlo A
and I ho cast already knows (lie play
by heart. Tho sale of tickets has
Ik en conducted for tho past ten days
by Mrs. W7 I Howard, Worthy Mai
rem of tho- Chapter, and Mrs. Theo
dore Hoffmann. Tho results have,
been quite satisfactory. The box of
flco plan will bo open at Wall, Nlcb
old' store on Nocmbor 19, when tick
ets may' l0 exchanged for seat cou
pons. Tho principal roles have been
assumed by Miss Mowbray In the
character of Hazy, n melancholy crea
ture whose IdlosyncrncleH have been
studied carefully by this talented
nung amateur player; Mrs. W. U How
ard, who plays "Mrs. Wlggs"; Miss
Hay Hell nn l.ovey Mary: Judge Gus
Murphy as Mr. Wlggs; W. D. Adams
as Mr. Stubblns, the 0. A. II. vet. and
husband of Hazy. A number of
young people arc being trained for
dancing 'and other stunts for the en
tertainment, which they present be
fore Mrs. Wlggs' and others of the
Patch. Among thcBO nro tlonald Me
drew, whose success In tho "Homo
that Jack Dullt" n year ago has
brought him to the footlights again In
a more Important role. Tho play Is
to he presented at tho Opera House
on the evenings of November 22 and
On Saturday was held n full re
hearsal for "The Toy Shop," the Jessie
I. (Inynor operetta which Miss Mar
garet Martin will put on four weeks
from last Thursday night for the ben
efit of the 1'reo Kindergartens of the
city, and nil signs point toward n sue
cussfiil presentation of tho charming
Charming as wni "Tho House That
Jack llullt." this "Toy Shop" far tor
passes ll nnd those who nttend tho final
pcrformanco have Indeed n treat In
store. There nro to ho some, Innova
tions Introduced In this Honolulu per
formance which hnvo not before been
given. There Is to ho n canary bird
of prodigious size (who In reality is a
llttlo hoy who can whistle, well and will
give the trills that n well hrcd. canary
knows so well). There will ba a bear,
n lion and other unlmals from Noah's
Ark, each of which will do an amusing
little stunt. In tho cast will bo about
thirty little Hawaiian children ami tho
small Japancso and Chinese will bo nlso
present, Tho costumes nro very fetch
ing, the hours merry nnd tuneful, the
action bright nnd breezy and Miss Mar
tin is much pleated with tho cast she
has chosen, and expects great things
The Parts doll Is to be lnipcraonntpi!
by nno of tho very prcttcst girls lu
town, who Is noted for thn grnco nnd
fasclnntlnn of her dancing nnd Bho Is
said to look quite stunning In tho smart
llttlo costume, which she will wenr. z
Miss Martin Is now completing the
list of cbnpcrones for the various
groups, they being chosen from among
thn young matrons of tho city.
Miss Darling, who will shortly wed
Engineer Ilaron of thn llcstorer, was
tho guest of compliment. Thursday
evening at a most plcnsant llttlo fare
well affair given by Mr, nnd Mrs. J. A.
Hughes, assisted by Miss Helen Me
Cnrthy. Games, music and refresh
ments formed a portion of tho evening's
pleasures. The rooms were attractive
ly decorated with palms and bright
hund cnrnatlons nnd I hero were present
about forty friends of tho hrldo-alcct
to wish her bon voyago both on the voy-
of people, who want to sell Homes,
1. Who WONT sell, unless they DOU,
1II.B TIIKIIl MONKY;
2. Who HAVE In sell nt HALF COST
Hero arc n few Dargalns for you of
No. 2 kind I have to offer:
J 5501 boil r. fin x ISO Kapahulu
$ 800-2 hedr. 75 x ISO IMiunut
$13003 hedr. 7.1 x inn I'uunul
$13003 hedr. f.O x 130 Kukul Ht. Kxt.
$13003 hedr. BO x 100 Oullck Ave.
$2750 t bodr. GO x 00 Klnau Bt.
$3000 4 hedr, 4 acres l'nlnln
$35007 bodr. 170 x 200 Knmchnmohu
$150011 hedr, 7!i x ISO Young fit.
4 Houses on fioulh Corner of Kort and
. School Ht. aa a wbolo or In Iota,
$201 hedr. Yiiting HI.
$201 bodr, Mntlurk Ave.
' P, E, R, Strauch
7t 6, KIHO 6TI1ECT
ago of rnnrrlngc and the honeymoon
voyage, upon which alio departs on thf
next Oceanic steamer going to Amtrn
lla. Engineer Damn nnd his bride ex
pect to bo absent about ifirce months
Greed and Selfishness
Act 'On Human
Judge Do' Dolt has rendered an In
tciestlng decision in fnor of the plain
tiff In (ho suit of llonunlwn Kaohua .
Kcmclln Holt nnd Oeorgc II. Holt. Tho
decision nlso contnlns n rather sever?
criticism of the manner In which the
local notaries handle thtlr business.
The milt Is ono to cinccl n deed frcn
tho petitioner to her daughter Kemclla
Holt, of dQ acres of laud nt t.iuka, ll'i-
...-ll ... ..! Hll f !... M..I..I.. .III.'
nun, nuiy II19U nil ill ml I USUI, iiuUj.p.
and Interest In nnd to nil land where
soever idtuntcd formerly belonging to
hci deceased husband, J. W. II. Kuo
pita." Tho consideration named In the
deed Is love and affection and 11.
The! 'petitioner Is nn elderly Hawaii
an woman totally ignorant of the Kng
llsli language and has depended since
the death of her hushind upon tho
rentals from the l-nuka land.
Tbo petitioner was persuaded to pay
a visit to her daughter in this city In
l-'chrunry Inst and was persuaded to
make the deed at that lime. Klio stales
that when the deed was made there
was no mention whatever of tho I-iuku
lands but simply of whatever "possible
Interest" she might have In the lands
owned by her hushnnd at tho time of
his death The respondent, on the
other hand Inslrts that I-nuka land was
mentioned. The Uiukn land Is worth
Judge Do Dolt Rays, In part:
"The l.iw Is not so Impracticable ns
to refuse to take notice of the influence
of grncd and selflshnosH upon human
conduct. Tho petitioner was not con
sulted relative to tho preparation of the
deed, nor did she know anything about
It until Mr. Thayer, counsel for tho re
spondents, nppcared nf their home with
the deed to he acknowledged by her.
Mr. Thayer read tho deed In part and
explained tho mntcrlnl portions In Eng
lish; hut of course this conveyed noth
ing to tho mind of the petitioner. What
ever knowlcdgo sho might ohtaln she
was obliged to receive through tbo In
terpretation of tbo respondent, for she
hnd no Independent udvlco nor w.ib ll
suggested that Bho obtain such.
"Mr. Thayer, In addition to his dutlei
as counsel In the matter, also acted at
notary In taking tho acknowledgement
"It Is not my purpose to crltlclzo Mn
Tha)cr's good Intentions In tho per
formance of his duties as1 notary, but
I deem ll my duty to deal with tho facts
as I nnd them nnd to apply to such
facts tho law as I understand It to be.
I deem It proper to observe that the
duties devolving upon a noinry are nt
tho mmoiA ImpM-tnnco. particularly
where the party executing an Instru
ment Is Ignorant or llllternte: or where
thn party and notary do not understand
tbo same language.
"In tho case at bar I am unnblo to
find from the testimony of respondents
and Mr. Thayer that that petitioner
knew nnd understood the contents il
"Why should this old woman reduce
herself to poverty and nbsoluto depend
envo upon others? Why should sho
disinherit her children, particularly
those who makn their homo with her
and nre In n position to comfort her
declining years? There Is no other
conclusion than that the I,auka land,
so far as petitioner Is concerned, was
Included In tho deed by mistake,
"Tho 1iuka land should ho recon
veyed to petitioner."
"I mote that the charge against the
defendant Choy Yun Den he stricken
from the calendar," said County At
torney Krank Andrade. "Tho ;naii, I
undirstand. Is dead "
t'hoy Yun Den, u Koreun, wa.s ur-
l riled Saturday night on a (umplulut
of having assaulted the k?eper of a
Korean hotel. In tbo fight he rcclved
Injuilcs which did noi seem to amount
to anything, but ufler being placed In
J.ill. ho was suddenly take-it lrk nnd
was removed tn tho Queen's hospital,
wht re ho died of lockjaw,
Ur MrDouald perlortni-d an nulnpiiy
nn thn body, and slates Hint ns fin ui
tin ran toll, lint man's death wus nut
iiiuliuiit ii on any IiiJuiN rucohed lu
Ihu llHhl llu uiipo.iiu in hnvo In on sub-Jih-i
to coiitiilsUuis mid ilb'd it tbo !
mill of a wrll' uf llloiu
'Mill III) HKIllllkt I'llll) Villi UI) as
I Thn handsome temple of txxlgc Maul
No. DI2, A. I & A. M.. was dedicated
at Kahulul, Maul, Saturday night. J
, I). Tucker of Honolulu acted ns (Irand
.unsicr, wntio juilgo a. N. Kopoixai
presided over the lodge as Illght Wor
shipful (irand Master. Tho service
were open In tho public and a large
number of Maul ladles were present
and enjoyed the Impressive dedicatory
exercises. When tho lodgo rcconvcncu
lllshop Itcstnrlck delivered the addrcs:
of the evening, his subject being; "Thf
Nature and Object of Masonry." Aftct
the lodgo was closed tho brethren ad
Journed to the hnnquct hall, where n
fine menu was discussed. Mr. Mayftcld
i.rmer.y or iionoiu.ii. anci now in.
charge of the Maul botol. was the cater-1
er. J, N. S. Willlnms acted as toast
master, and speeches wcro mado by
I)r. A. J. Derby, V. 15. Thompson, John
Kldwell, II. P. llnldwln. E. C. Drown
f II -P.. -I.-.. ...! I K lMnll.l 1-l..
I. nil nil mill i, .. iwj'uiim.1 , m.
umiquci was orougui m a cioso in iimO
mr I ne Honolulu guests to catch the
Mhellko for homo
InIeo Maul has n handromo homo
with lodge rooms lilted up for both
Scottish nnd York rite Masonry. The
officers nro capable and energetic, and
already sixty Masons have been re
ceived Into this, tho newest Masonic
lodge In the Territory of Haw-all.
When n man goes around offering
gratuitous Insults to men who nt.- bet
ter fighters tlinn himself, ho Is pretty
liable to get Into trouble. Frank Co.ua
has learned that. Finnk Is always look
ing for trouble, nnywny, and when bo
called Tom l.oe n Democrat, Tom re
sented It by knocking Costa down. At
least that Is tho story Costa told Judgo
Whitney this morning, when he np
pcared before thn court charge i with
assault and battcryV
Krank wns tho picture of Injured In
nocence. He claimed that although he
was tho nssnulted party, ho hat bc;n
arrested by tho minions of the law lu
placo of tho real offender. And ho was
not, ho claimed, very drunk.
Costa a short tlmo ago was an en
thusiastic Kepubllcan, Uut nftcr It ap
peared that there was to bo a cbanga
around the pollco station, Franl: sud
denly developed Democratic tendencies,
nrid lately bo has mado himself unpop
ular around there by taunting tho of
ficers whenever ho met them by tell
ing them that they aro going to Idol
their Jobs. Ho Is regarded by tho otfl
ccra as n genoral nuisance.
Judgo Whitney was In a good humor
however, nnd let him off with a Duo of
three dollars and costs.
Tho pollen court was more crowded
this morning than It has been for ninny
months before. I'osslbly (hero were still
thoso who hoped In see Inukca sitting
at thn Sheriff's desk. However, tl-ere
wcro no flowers In evidence this mcrn
Ing. Uut every scat was occupied, and
there was a big crowd standing up l.i
the hack of tbo court room. There
wcro twenty-nine, cases on tho calen
dar, and It seemed that every defendant
must hnvo had bis entire family along
for moral support.
Plain hoozo was responsible for the
appearance of a largo number of llu
prisoners. There wns no evidence
tending to show thai It was free booic
or frco beer, but thcro seems to have
been plenty of It.
"Dill" was the flri.t on tho list. Per
haps ho hns another name, hut Just
plain "Dill" was good enough for tho
court to try htm by. Dill Is of a war
like appearance. Ills crinkly shock of
hair sticks up on his head so that ho
presents somewhat tho appearance ot
a dissipated hair matrcss. Ha was
barefooted and his only garments con
sisted of a shirt and a pair of trousers
1)111 had been drunk. Worse, ho hnd
been caught nt It, It took Judgo Whit
ney Just aliout 30 seconds to send him
back to tho prisoner's dock with a flue
of three dollars nnd costs standlug
against his name.
Monday, November l"
Schr. Chas. U Woodbury, HnrrU,
from Hawaii, 11:45 a. m.
Four-masted schr. Alice Cooke, Pen
hallow, from the Bound, 10 15 a, m
U.,3. A, T. Logan, KtlniEon, from San
D, 8. Weather Bureau,
Monday, Nnv 12.
TompcraturcR i! a. in., Ti, S a in.
78; in a, ni 79; noon, 83, morning
llnromnler, K a. in., :iu 07, absolute
humidity. 8 a. tn. 6.hW, grains per
cublo foot; relative humidity. 8 a. in.
C7 pur cent', (low point, 8 a. iu W
Vlud, U ii, in., teloclty j dlrctlou
N. i:.; 8 ii, in., wlwiiy :i. dlnvtioh ,s
III tl, ill., noc(ty N. dlH-cllon N 1.
Hum, vtlnclly 7. dlrertiuii N !
Ilnlufull dm lux '.'I hours ended
in ,t)u Inch
Tutal wind itiii'iiiciii iIiiiIim :i
litnir cii'lul ut'liuuu, 1H niiiv.
AND CONSIDER THE
re confiding- your prlvnto Ills to n u oman
a woman whose cxperlenco with wo
men's diseases covers tivcntv-flvo years.
Thn present Mrs. l'lnbfiatn is tho
daughtcr-ln-laiv of Lydla E. I'lnkbam,
and for many years under her direction,
and since her dcccnscher advlco bos been
freely given to sick women.
Many women suffer In silence and drift along
from bad to worse, knowing' full well that they
ouirht toharo Immcdtntc assistance, but n natural
modesty Impels them to shrink from cxHisInif them
selves to tho question and probablo examinations
of even their family TWiysIcIan. It Is unnecessary.
Without money or prlco you can consult n wothan
whoso knowledge from actual experience Is great.
Mr. Pluklinm's Standing Invitation:
Women suffering from any form of femalo weak
nesa are Invited to promptly communicate
PlnWlllnat r,ynMnsa. All letters nro
opened read and answered by women
woman can freely talk of her private
woman; thus has liecn established tho
confidence, between Mrs.Plnkbam nnd tho
of America which lint never liecn broken, uut,
1-a ..t vnliimn nf nTrMtrli-nrn whtpll
jia8 j draW Irom, II IS DlOIt) HHltl pOV.1010
that sho has gained mo very Kiiowicugo
Hint will heln vour case. Hho asks noth
ing In return except your good-will, and
lirrmlrloe has relieved thousands. .Surely
any woman, rich or poor. Is very foolish if
sbo does not take adrantapo of this gen-
erous offer of assistance fjydla U. l'lnk -
ham Medicine Co., Lynn, Moss.
Following vro publish two let
ters frorn n woninn wlio accep
ted this Invitation. Koto the
Dear Mrs. PlnMiami
' For eight years I h sunVred something
terrible every month . Tho pains arw excru
ciating and I can hardly stand them. My
doctor says I hr a tJtn frmals trouble,
and I must go through an operation It I want
to grt well. I dn net wsnt to submit to It If
I can possibly help It. riesso tell mn what
to do. I bopn you can relievo ma." Mr.
Marv TMmmlrk.Mith and K. Capitol Street,
Washington, I). C.
DearMra.PlnVbsm: . ,
I A fallnwltir- f-Arefllllr TOIir HdVlCC.
and inking Iiydla K. Plnkham' Vegetable
UniiHmnl, I am very anxious to semi ou
mv ttlmonll, tlint others may know their
valu and wnai you nt uone ior iuo.
Leather Art Goods
The finest and largest ex
hibit ever made In Honolulu.
Included are: Sofa Pillows,
Tablecovers, Doilies, Mats,
Calendars. Banners, Music
Rolls, Purses, Cigar Cases
and a great variety of Novel
ties, burnt in Hawaiian
Best Sparking Batteries
Columbia .nutoivtotille bntterlus
nro i-nutJw OMpucItilly for iiuIom,
Thoy tlvt unlvermil Mnttnfdctlon
INov Mock now ready for dellvury
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
0, 8, LEITMBAD
Illness to a
" As you know, I wrot you that mydortor
said I mnt h an nnllnn or I could hot
the. I then wrtitoyou, telling"" my oil
ments. 1 followed your ndvlco and am en
tirely well. I can walk miles without an
nchoornisiln, and 1 own my life to J on nnd
to I.Mlia li rinVhnms vcgeuiiue coinpnuon.
I wish eery sullorlng womnn would riwd
this testimonial nnd rrolirotbo ar of writ
ing to oii nnd jour remedy "Mr. Mary
DlrmnlcV, Kill and K. Capitol HtrecU, W b
Ington, V. C.
When a medicine liai Wen successful
In restorlni; to health n many women
vlioei testimony Is M iinquestlonnble,
ou cannot well Nnv, without trying; It,
" I do not boll-JVC It will help mc." If
vou nro 111. don't brsltnto to pet a Imt
tlo of I.ydla II. Plnkluim'a Vegetable)
Compound at once, nnd write Mrs Plnk
ham, I.ynn, Mass., for sjioclal advice
It Is free and utwuya helpful.
That's the Dumber to ring up, if you
want soda water that I PURE AND
WHOLE80ME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN.
OCR ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Water Works Co