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VKNTNO BDLLgrmt HOWOLUtO. T. H FRIDAY. NOV. 16. 1906.
laukea Comes Forth As i San Francisco Murderer j
Patron of Fine i lens story or
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iiiiiicii iTiiuuiarcucani iui aIUbuistii iiiiiiiir. v riVd
Table Linen Sale
will continue the balance of this week; tuch good at such prices
are bound to bring crowds of buyers.
THE8E ARE REAL LINEN VALUES,
the greatest that have ever been offered In this City,
WHITE TABLE DAMASK from 37J4 Pr yd. and upwards
RED TABLE DAMASK 30 per yd. and upwards
NAPKINS 75 dozen and upwards
DOYLIES QOd doxen nd upwards
WHITE DAMA8K TABLE COVERS,
all ready for use 83.00 and upwards
HCM-STITCH TEA and LUNCH CLOTHS .. 83.00 nd upwards
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
Cloth and Napkins to Match
ALL NEW DE8I0N8; IN ALL SIZE8.
2I"" DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR
Damask Dinner Cloths
ALL NEW, FRESH G0OD8, AND WILL BE SOLD
This Week at Cut Prices
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
fj will positively be the LAST DAYS of
Great Linen Sale
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and OIN.
GER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Telephone Main 71
0. 8. LEfTHEAD
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship rout
goods and tave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage In Brick Warehouse, 126 King St Phone Main 51
la near at hand. We will have a gen
cious supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys (or you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ,
TCLEPHONf. MAIN 7.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now wc can
Kivc you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show van our Illustration!!
QALLNQ MHLCa NQ 0LA TON H YOU TO PHY.
C, Axtell &Cq lOiwosaAUkw
Curtis tatikca nnt other County of.
IIcp candidates have fllcil their ospenso
statements with the County Clerk.
Among the latest arrivals Is that of
Curtis l. laukea. lie did not upend A
Croat -ileal. $1.11.60, hut. significantly
enough, the largest Item of expense
wns for pictures of hi handsome self,
niid for n campaign song. The aesthet
ic clement of the city ran thus lie as
sured that tho 8herlffrlcct Is a patron
of the muses, laukea's accounts nro
In full as follows:
Nomluallon fee ....$ 25 00
J. .1. Williams, for pictures anil
badges 2f, CO
Hire & Perkins Tor pictures .. 20 00
It. It. faro to Walpahu and re
turn 3 no
iPrlntlng campaign song 25 00
Copies of Kuokna 3 00
llawn. Gazette Co, for print
ing ranis anil circulars'.... 19 00
A. N. Oilman, hack for election
lny 10 00
Total ....."., $131 50
Poor old Pnelo spent $70 on 'his un
successful fight lo retain his seat as
Supervisor for Koolau, as follows:
Personal expenses as a candl-
dale $ 25 00
Kxpcnscs of printing and ad-
vcrlliing 30 00
Salaries of clerk and messon-
Hers 10 00
Salaries of watchers 5 00
Total $ 70 no
LyonB n. Naono paid but llttlo for
tho Deputy Sheriffship of Koolauloa,
which ho landed, his expenses liclng
Personal oxpensos as n candl-
lato $ 25 00
Expenses of printing nnd adver
tising in 00
Total $ 35 00
Frank Pnhln, who obtained tho Dep
uty Sheriffship of Kootaupoko, spent
$50.50 on his fight, as follows:
Personal expenses as a candi
date, $ 42 CO
Salnrles of clerks nnd messen
gers fi 00
Salaries of watchers 2 no
Total $ bo 50
iv m mm
The Nay Department has ordered n
stirtry of tho l.awton at Mare Island
Nnvy Yard, says n Washington ills
patch to tho Chronicle. It Is posslblo
Hint tho ship will ho herrnflcr used ns
n receiving ship. It being decmcil that
tho I.nwton Is too smnll for transport
purposes. Ono suggestion Is that the
I.nwton bo laid up In Its present condi
tion and that there bo expended on tho
vosrcI no sum beyond what Is neces
sary to prevent deterioration.
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulls
tin and the Weekly Edition, alves a
concise and complete rtsume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evsnlng Bulletin,
75 P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 Pr yr.
Boycc "Did ytm say that fellow was
a vegetarian?" Joyce "He Is a truck
of people, who want to sell Homes,
1. Who WON'T sell, unless they DOU-
KM: TIIKIll MONKY;
2. Who IIAVK to sell at HAW COST.
Here arn a few Bargains for you of
No. 2 kind I hao to offer:
$ 5501 hedr. fill x 150 Kapahutu
800-2 hedr. 75 x 160 Ptiunul
$13003 hedr. 75 x 150 Ptiunul
$13003 bedr. 60 x 130 Ktikul St. Ext.
$13003 hedr. 50 x 100 dullck Ave.
$27804 hedr. 60 x 00 Klnau St.
$3000 t bedr. i acres Patolo
i $3500 7 bedr. 170 x 200 Kamohamolia
$150011 hedr. 75 x 150 Young St,
1 Houtes on South Corner nf Kurt and
School St uu a whnla or lu lots,
$20-1 hnir YniinK HI.
$20-1 bedr. Mlitn Ave.
P, E, R, Strauch
WAIT YHr-Hfl. HiKINQBrilKKTi
The origin of the cablegram receiv
ed here some days ago, stating Hint
John Slemscn had confessed that ho
was a son of August Drcler Is mado
exceedingly clear by tho lato Coast'
flics, which show that Slemscn easily '
had Ananias skinned when It enmc In
i elating fairy talcs, which would only
be bellcvcil In a place where everyone
was unfamiliar with the circumstances.
It was 8lcmscn's own cxtrnvagantl
lntsehootls which prompted tho follow
lng arllclo In the Call, Nov. 9:
Information that reached pollco
headquarters yesterday afternoon ills
missed all doubt as to Ihe Identity of
John Slemscn, leader of tho gaoplpo
murderers, anil added another nmaz
lng chapter to tho story of this brown-,
Slemscn's, right name Is August
Drcler and he Is a son of August Orel-'
cr, n wealthy retired sugar planter ofl
the Island of Kauai, who Is now a fa
miliar figure In tho political circles of,
In tho samo Issue Slemscn tells the
"story of his life" In part as follows:
"To begin with, I was born In Ha
waii and had a private tutor until 1
una past 12. My father, as I havo al
icatly said, was a big planter, and he
tried to glvo me the best posslblo edu
cation. Later I went to a military
academy. I hail a gift for drawing
nnd was considered one of the most
piomlslng pupils In tho Institution. I
excelled especially In mechanical
draughtsmanship, and my folks
thought I would become an architect
cr a civil engineer.
"When I was 18 I had a difference
with my peoplo and left home. I went
lo New York, which was tho first big
tlty I had ever seen. I worked at dlf
fercnl things, got to know tho mean
ing of llfo nnd finally shipped around
tho Horn and came to San Francisco.
Then I Bhlpped In a grain boat for
New Zealand and returned homo via
"After I returned to New York I
trocceded to San Francisco, and then
shipped to Manila, whero I served In
different Filipino campaigns. . Aflor
Icing discharged from tho nrmy I en
tered tho transport service. 1 was
studying up on electrical work nil Iho
t'me. and was soon ablo to advance
n.pldly. It was I who Installed tho
electrical plant In thp first Oovcrn
ir.ent cold storage warehouse built In
Manila. I would havo becorao electri
cal superintendent of tho plant only
for my age.
"From Manila I went to Shanghai
r.nd served In different parts of China
as a soldier during tho Iloxer uprising.
Most of my service thcro waa with
rack (rains, and I had several months
nf fast and exciting life.
Starts In Crime
"Later I roturned to Ban Franclsro
train. Up to this time, you must re
member I had never turned a wrong
'rick or dono a single person harm.
What started mo Into crime was this:
Shortly after I landed In San Francis
10 from my experience In China I had
n purse containing money nnd a ring
that I attached great valuo to, for per
ronal reasons, stolen. The loss of tint
ring especially hurl me, and I then
and thcio decided that I might Jut as
well lako other perhons' stuff If they
hurt mo by taking mine, night upon
this decision I Tell In with an all-round
crook, nnd tho nllurcments of tho llfo
l,o pictured to mo wcro Irresistible. 1
("cclded straightaway to become a sol
dier of fortune and adventurer, not
caring whero or how I got my money,
m long as I was plentifully supplied
with It. That resolution was Iho be
ginning of tho end with mo. Finally
: landed In Folsom. When I got out
I went from crlmo to crlmo and lint
rll Bensc of risk. I don't wish to say
much more, only to repeat that I was
Just on the point of trying to reform
when I was landed In Jatl on charges
that will undoubtedly hang me."
Searching for Woman
Slemscn or Drcler according to
the information In possession of tho
uollcc, had constant quarrels with his
father beforo leaving homo hecnuso of
Itis fast living and prodigality, lie
fnally married a half-whlto girl, who
'.orked In a department store In Mo
jolulii, This girl's namo was Carry,
tho pollco aro told, and shu wns anions
Ihe most attractive salesgirls In tho
Hawaiian capital, Alter warning her
Drcler came to tho United Stales, ami
Ilia girl was last heaid of In Sncrn
r.iontn. Letters signed "Carry Dryer' wrio
lecelved by girl friends nf Hlenncn In
hun Francltui mi different subjects
Hjemsrii utcil In repiobont this woman
i:s wealthy luitrrltil fcUter, mul tha
inlliu urn now trying to I tin ilnwti Iho
lint wilier nC tliti teller um leiirn If
Urn Mfimitii ttriN iiMlly miiii'ini'il In
lllM. It IliU upiiiau li Mil ultVP.
Ill")' ny, a;u rail bu tut ii)lll lh.ll
Mrinii'ii's iiniiiliiit ntili HuMu tun
llufi'H wu u liliiiiiimu win.
Til" Ijftlfj h'nv, U, ) III Uy 4iiu
V fn hf mlrM nf nnt nf tho mnst hrllllnnt snHal fimr- ? li
isw ssssvsw wa vtv . . .... wwsmb. imiiv f I
tlons of the season, a noted society woman started nTj
mAAfnt Mw I.A. yt.rtt tltttht t P.AAm t MWA,. .. wy rl ft f F 1-dS
SUUUCIII 1IU11I IIUI V-lldll VTIUI A wUIV.dll Ul UgUIIJT UI1U f
fell Insensible to the floor.
A few houre later the distinguished physician told
her anxious husband that she was suffering from an
acute case of nervous prostration brought on
by female trouble, and hinted at an
operation. Fortunately a
friend advised her to try
BBBKnBS.Vvnr Ktttli'r jdBBBT
The result was that she
escaped the surgeon's knife
and to-day Is a well woman.
The derangement of the delicate female organism sets every nerve In
the body quivering with pain. Headaches, backaches, torturing bearing
down pains and dragging sensations make women nervous and hysterical.
DtAX Mrs. Pinxiiam : I wis troubled for elr.ht years with Irregularities which broke
down my system and broucht on extreme nervousness and hysteria. I could neither
enjoy my meals norsteep nights, became easily Irritated and nervous and very despond
ent, Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound proved to be the only medicine which
helped me. After taking the third bottle, my general health began to Improve. At tha
end of the fifth month I was well and could attend to my household and social duties and
enjoy life. Mas. Chester Curry, 42 Saratoga Street, East Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Curry, whose portrait appears on the right, Is the leader of
the Ladles Symphony Orchestra. The following letter Is from Miss
Coode, President of the Bryn Mawr Lawn Tennis Club of Chicago :
Dear Mas. Pimkhaw : I tried many different remedies to try to build up my system,
which had becoms run down from loss of proper rest and unseasonable hours, but
nothing seemed to help me. Mother Is a great advocate of Lydla Plnkham's Vegctibkt
Compound for femala troubles, having used It herself some years ago with great suc
cess. So I began to take it, and In less than a month I was able to be out of bed and
out of doors, and In three months I was entirely well. Really I have never felt so strong
and well as I have since. Miss Cora Coooi, 355 E. Chicago Ave., Chicago, III.
Mrs. Plnkham's advice Isfree to all. -Her address Is Lynn, Mass.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail
Cnptnln Duke Is nf Iho opinion that
Cnrrlo Drcler, who Slemscn has been
passing off ns n sister living In Sacra
mento, Is n llctlllous person. It was
the letters purporting trt romo from
this woman, telling nhnut tho setllo-'
ment of n supposed Hawaiian cstnto I
that Slemscn used tn Ingratiate hint-'
self with tho family of tho Jowcler
von noien nnn gain mo nann of mo
girl lliildn lu marriage.
Sister In Sacramento
There wan n half-whlto girl, It ilevel.
cps, who married a son nf August
Drelcr, a wealthy Herman sugar plan j
ter, now retired, who mado his money
o ntho Island of Kauai, and who now
mixes up in Island politics. Drelcr, I
tho elder, married a native woman.
Iho wife or Dreler's son is believed to
be n sister of Slemsen and tn bo living
in .Sacramento, where sho wns last
heard of. It Is through this connec
tion, presumably, that Slemscn has
framed up tho talc of his own no thl
Captain Duke rcltcrnted yesterdny
that ho had tittle doubt of being nblo
In t tmnft t Slemscn nnd IiIk nceom
pllces with tho murder and robbery nt
tlin Japanese hank,
The Modern Light
The ancients used the rush Unlit. Since then many other meth
ods of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent,
ed. The advent of the electric light has relegated all other lights
to the background. It Is the efficient, cafe, odorless illumlnant that
should be In every home.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Td. Main 390
TAIZO GOT SIX MONTH8
In tho eiibn of Tnlzn lllruynii.n,
clmigrd with mayhem, who wns tried
brjorc Judge I.lmlsny yesterday, a ver
dirt of iibsiiull and battery wns brought
in by tlin Jury Tho trial wns tho quick
est which has been held during the
present term nf tho trlmlnnl court, br
ing (imi'ilvteit eurly in tho afternoon
Judge l.iindsay sentenced Kaizo lo six
months In Jail and to pay the costs of
rrnm Kawalhao to Walmra by an.
tomolillo nnd thence through cither
Iho Knnns or Ilamakua to llllo, will
show you the finest sceneries of tho
Tor particulars wrllo lo
It will keep Indefinitely and Is invaluable for household use.
Made from the best selected milk, oterlllzcd, and aweelned with
only pure cane sugar,
il" SOLD BY ALL GflOCCnS.
Theo, H. Davies & Co,, Ltd.,
s s iJsT
QILI1IIA HAD A 0LAZC
'I lie H H Hlrrra, wlilrli ,'irrlved ul
Sill riiitii'lsi-ii nil the Mil, hud h tlUhi
Imo lit hold No a when about half u
let wren Honolulu and tho (.'nam Tin
lire wa t'Mlnr.iiUhwi ulihln ia mm '
I lew, In'fuie uil of lliu pussniitierx lll "
un lltlnt nituiit li ami llirm wa u
t'srllttiiiaiu mi IhiM , iilnin nt
ylllli sin s limn 4iliv vttu ilsmstlul
Gold Mounted Backcombs
IIS MOTEL BTflKET nr, FORT ST.
Jajar-TOr IHnt" firdi on, H, a
UAMnoo AND LAUMALA
(or u at h
1101 PI. OT.
IV MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAI'IOLANI PARK ADDlrlOH
and Ollur Dtslnblt Localities.
ON WILORH iUOUL0( SVL8,
No FliMOniblt Otlir llilgnd,
w- uyyuTin AU8, ay ijpi,