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EVEN1N0 nUM,RTIN, HONOLULU. Tll TI'nSDAY. DHC. I. 100C
We Are Ready for
Gorgeous Display of Holiday
At our Store Gift Buying becomes Easy
EVERY DEPARTMENT 18 FULLY PREPARED WITH A MOST EX.
TENSIVE AND ELABORATE ASSORTMENT! IF YOU ARE IN DOUBT
WHAT TO BUY, PAY US A VISIT; EVERY DEPARTMENT ABOUNDS
WITH HELPFUL HINTS, THAT CANNOT FAIL TO FACILITATE 8E.
WE INTEND TO MAKE OUR STORE
Headquarters for Christmas Shopping
AND KEEP THINGS MOVINQ LIVELY, BY OFFERING
BIG VALUES FOR LITTLE MONEY; OUR SPECIALS THI8 WEEK
CANNOT HELP BUT APPEAL TO YOU; THEY ARE OPPORTUNE, E8
PECIALLY TO THOSE INTERESTED IN FANCY WORK; AND ARE
ST REAL MONEY SAVERS.
Silks and Satins
For Fancy Work
41 Half Price
STYLES FOR 1907.
A SAMPLE OF 150 WAISTS.
NO TWO ALIKE.
NOW ON 8ALE
25 per cent. Discount
Thli it a line of samples sent us to
make cur selection from for next
Pprlngj we have the privilege of re.
turning them, or the option of keeping
them with 25 DISCOUNT to save
freight for their return. WE HAVE
DECIDED TO KEEP THE WAISTS
AND GIVE OUR CUSTOMERS THE
BENEFIT OF THE 25
COLORED TAFFETALINE SILKS,
pink, nils green, light blue, good
for lining faneywork:
SOc quality FOR 25 yd.
75c 'and (1.00 SURAH 8ILK8 for....
COLORED 8ATINS, for cushion backs
and fancy work, a fine range of
$ .60 quality for 37!itf
.75 " " 40
i.oo " " 55
$1.25 " " G5
Special Prices on Floss Pillows
nerji'l.-ir 30c 35c 50c
SALC PRICE ,.. 20tf 25 40V
PRICES ARE FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Company, Ltd,
Why Do Thousands Use
Because it is superior to any other brand
sold in this market.
Ask your groocr for it.
Merchants Will Work1
To Get Consular !
The meeting of tho trustees of tlio
Cliamlicr of Commerco and the direct'
orH nf tho Merclinnts' Assoclitlon I
which vim held josterday In tho tlov
crnor's ofllco for the purpose of tnlklng j
over plans for it I'mi-Paclflc Commer
cial Congress to ha held In this city at I
fconio future date, was well attended I
and nil those prescnl'wcrc In fnor oi '
going nhcad with the project. Just lie-1
foro tho meeting closed a motion Kim
passed that the matter be brought to i
tho attention of tho two commercial
hodlcj nnil that with the assistance ot
flovcrnor Cnrtcr n committee he ap
pointed to take tho matter up, should
t the two organizations njiprote.
' Tho meeting was opened by Hour
I nor Carter, who said:
"What appeals to mc nliotil the Idea
I Is this: In nother way can llnmill so
well show thai she Is ready to take tho
1 lead In promoting tho commerce ot the
i Pacific. The question of a Consular
Congress seems perhaps more fcasllilo
and If we can secure tho support of tho
I Administration and Secretary Hoot
would order It, It would bo done. A
Common In I Congress ns nri" ndjuuu
I would bo a great bencIH to lis.
"This Congress could not be held fur
some lime as It would need n great deal
of preparation and much correspond
ence would bo necessary. This lias
been shown by tho great amount oi
correspondenco which I have received
from the managers of tho Transits
fllsslppl Congress and of the Alaska
"A Congress such as proposed would
bo of front benefit to us to learn com
mercial methods, health control nnd
through the Intercourse Unit tho Con
gress would bring.
"Wo hao tho old Klili Mnrkct, u
steel structure with n concrcto floor,
which, with some remodeling, might
be nmilo most siiltnblo for such n gath
I "I lmc here cnlled jou together, the
l trustees of the Chamber of Commerce
land tho directors of tho Merchants As
sociation, to lay the matter before you
and ask that ou lay It before our
bodies nnd pcrhnps, If the Iden sug
gests Itself agreeable. In appoint u til-
liens' committee to tnko ihargo of the
matter. I should like to hear from
1 Mr. Hartley, who got mc Interested In
Mr. Oartley snld:
"I do not bellee that the Congiess
could bo hold for at least eighteen
commercially profitable and also of the
greatest benefit from a promotion point
of lew. Wo have Urtually estab
lished the Amerhah-llanallan lino nnd
I do not think that our peoplo appre
ciate what wo huvo done to stlmulato
the tommerco of the United States.
In nniwer to n question from (I. V.
Smith. (Intrrnnr Carter stated that he
would. If he helloed tho public scntl
nient apprised, recommend a legisla
tive appropriation for tho Congress.
J. II. (lalt said:
"I delicto that It would ho a line
thine to hnn such a Cohltohu. Pit.
I tonally, I belloo It would ho best to
I hao n consular congress held hero ns
I soon ns possible. This should not
take, I believe, oxer n jeur. This
would he. I think, about nil wo would
bo ablo to liandln at II rut and this
I might well lend to a larger commer
Unscrupulous dealers are placing inferior
cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and selling them
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION
Cigar Co., Inc.
B. PUT FATHERS
Father Slnrk, tho I'aullst mission
ary, spoko at the Cnthollc Cathedral
"Wo want you to bo icalous In bring
ing of your non-Cathollr friends here,
lie said, "Hut wo nrc not proselyting
nnd ns Americans we expect to glto
nnd rorcUo fair piny. Catholics should tactic next and the Adams on the line
ho tho last to glo other than fair piny, wlln either. The backs In theso
nlthoiigh wo were bitterly maligned n brushes are solid, of hard, non-warp-
few jcars ngo In the States. It was able wood and the bristles ere the
dono because tho truth was unknown, long flexible white stock that Is se
I.r-1 us nil assist In make It known. lected by the best English makers for
"It nny of our non-Cathollr friends. their superior lasting quality. We
Tho Howard military hair brushes
are the best for strength, the Prophy.
wish Information wo will ho glad lolhave these for
see them at any tlmo al thn Illslmp'H, clothes. Christmas
house. Many Micro ate who nccr
spoko to n priest nnd often they think
a priest Is u tcry strange Individual.
Afterwards Father Stark delUerrd
his sermon, the subject being "Internal
Sahatlon." Tho sermon wns ono that
showed deep thought.
Father Stark Is a most Interesting
and graphic speaker and if for no other
reason than his ability, deserved a
Intxrnt niiitlnnnn llinn (tin nnn tli il
i,.!'?"0 .,!"lt '.l r"1'1 .!'" fitted him last night.
Tho scrvlco tonight will commenco
nt 7:30 o'clock.
the hands, hair and
A. P Tnylor, the Advertiser report
er, charged with falso Impersonation
of it tioll(o officer and with drawing n
gun on the doorkeeper of AUwnl's plum
In Achl lane, was found not guilty yes
terday afternoon by Judgo Whitney
The minor rhnrgo ngnlust him nnd
against 11. (). MiillicHon, of being un
lawfully on the piemlses of another,
wns nollo piossed on motion of Pros
ecuting Attorney Andrndo.
Tnylor testified In his own behalf, his
Pretty Oriental Gifts
appeal to the recipient because they are unique and beautiful.
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't maka a suit,
able present for your friend: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and Silverware, Dress Silks,
Doylleo, Handkerchiefs and Crass Linen goods In all colors,
Wc Invite your Inspeclloi of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co,,
941 NUUANU ST.
. tPHtlnmnv holmr MjiIW- t nnl rnilfnirv nf
Tenney Peck nsked n number oftnal RUon 1)y 1( foilr C,nceo ttU.
quesuons wnicn wero answered by , noses nf tho prosecution. Taylor stated
Oovernor Curler and other presenU It Hint ho did not exhibit his badge ot
was explained that tho consular con- special pollco oftlier nnd that lie did
grew would mean tlio meeting ot all not hao n cun with him. Ills lestl.
tin innsuls of tho different points on ,ony was corroborated by Muthew.n
the Pacific, with thn Idea of promoting I iww (iPa,. ,, ,tornCy Button as-
slsted tho proseuitlnn, the defeuso be-
& Co.. Ltd.
mmm mfib. iron
Chuthanwoo. Will lul tlf.tlm..
iiimitirtiWi fslr, It. lull, IN4.
II CINCINNATI. O. J I
0rfr 100 inlti ! Irti Ftict tWva N m tb-J
V Itfil. U srlcti lll sf rUl . J J
rro jjj) V jjj o.
lug In thn hands of Altornoy Frank
13 YOUR COAT DUBTY7
Probably Have the White Scab
of Dandruff on It.
thn lammcnn of tliu entlro United
Slates Instead of waiting for tho com
merce of tho Pacific to grow ns It nat
urally must, while Hawaii sat still and
watched Its progress.
Among thoso present wero: II, p. '
Wood. A Onrtley. I:. H, Paris. W. M, You
Oirtnrd, a. J. Waller, J. F. Morgan, U. I
Tenney Peek. J. It. Oalt, E. I. Spnld-I f ,our cont r shoulders hav.i a
lug. fle. V Smith. Prince Cupid undiwhlto dust upon it, tho chances arc
A. Oarvlo. , that It Is fiom diitidrurf. Tho only
'way to permanently euro dandiuff Ik
How can you by n morn change of to remove tho cause which Ib n germ,
punctuation turn mirth Into crime: I Nowbro's Herplclde kills tho genu.
I)y mnkiug a man'ii lu'iightcr Into !ery toilet table should hnvn such
manslaughter. hair-dressing that contains also tho
How do bee3 dispose of their honey ,ies,f(!r f "o danilriirr nnd hall fall
. ... ' Inn norm It iilniiii fill If dint Inn Imntu
They tell It.
Is near at hand Wo will have d gen
eioui cupply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from, Pla
co your older early,
fiEAL-CSTATC CXPERT AND
When jou want to buy n Homo
When you want to sell your property,
Winn )nii want to Invest your money
When jou want to horn" money
When oii want some Information of
any kind '
ee STRAUCHI I
You will havo satisfaction and make
money by seeing STRAUCH and seek.
Ini His Ailvlcr,
Ing germ, It stops all Irritation, keeps
the scalp sweet, pure and wholesome
.Itemembcr that sometning claimed to
be "Just as good" will not rio tho
work of genuine Herplcldo. Sold by
lending druggists, Send 10c. In stumps
'lot Humplo to The Herplcldo Co., lie.
,troit. Mich Holllsier Drug Co., p
RAND AT THOMAS SQUARE
At 7.20 thlH flrning thn Itnynl lla
wiiilau Hand will play at Thomas
J. C. Axtell & Co.,
104850 ALAKEA 8TREET.
IMPORTERS A. MANUFACTURERS
Phone Blue 1801. P. O. Box 642.
Benny & Company,
AND BUYERS OF
We buy, sell, rent, exchange and repair
ill kinds of stwing machines. A large
assortment of oil, needles and spare
parts always on hand. Machines on
1266 AND 1268 FORT STREET.
PHONE MAIN 48.
At All Watehdealers.
8,u.ro. l-ollowitlsthoptoBtun, ,jOS( SchwaPtZ,
Miirch-"!)cfd of the Pen" .... .Moict Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Ovmtiiio "Comnd Ilela Cor. FORT and KINO Bts., Honolulu,
Wall "llcniiiirul lliicjn" ...Molslor
Hflcitloil "Atlllln Willi
The ISLAND MEAT CO. ' p. e. r. wi,
TBuCI'IIONP, MrMH 7.
Font 6Ti o;m. lovk ulpo,
iti'iiilnlMi'iuok of iiniiilmi'li..,(joiiraii
, lum ntmen "IMP"1 flauwlu
Wnlu "ni Ivi""1 ,W(iiluiim
1 I'lllillu "I'iiIIi'IiiikII" - I'liliilWili
iWAITY OUILDINO, 71 KINO 8Til 'llm Hmr pui.w llumiui,"
You need Ice nil tlic year 'round In
Honolulu. The place to orclur la
Hawaiian Electric Co., Lf d.
Tel. Main 390
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship yout
foodi and tare you money.
Dealeri in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King St.
Phone Main S
Is as good as the next man's and there Is no real
reason why you should not get Its worth. A suit selected from
our NEW FALL PATTERNS, Just arrived, Is a guaranty that
you get "Your Monty's Worth." We make them up to your
measu' at ready to-wear prlcrs.
Our Suits for TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARE are UNEQUALED
In this town.
Geo. A. Martin,
PHONE 485 MAIN. HOTEL STREET..
j The Toy Shop
i j dillclous and isfrrihlnu dilnk, II
,. ika un fscilltni i(uh in IliinlJ i
fuin Atk far It. Bolllsd by
HAWAIIAN 800A W0I1K8, '
that has everything to please the children Is the People's Store.
We have a most extensive and attractive stock of TOYS,
DOLLS AND NOVELTIES.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, so that, true to this itere't
policy, they could be sold for less than others ask
When wo Icanun
m iduAaiikwiM.iu HUH