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uvuninu liHU.irrtN. tioNot.ttt.t, i h imniirur nx i i.?
Many Coming To Hawaii And
Plans Made To Entertain Them
SECRETARY WOOD'S REPORT TO PROMOTION COMMITTEE ENTERTAINING BECAUSE IT INDICATES GOOD TIMES
are HOUSEHOLD NCCC60ITIE8; If you haven't taken advan
laue of them yet. )ntt over the following Itemi: it will pay
you; they mean Jutt to much money taved; the prices hold
uood ONLY until SATURDAY NIQHT.
AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES.
White Cotton Toweling, twilled and
huckaback, SPECIAL THIS WEEK
at 51i YD.
Huckaback Toweling, extra heavy,
libbed border, regular price 12 I -2c.
THIS wi:ek 0v YD.
Check Glace Toweling, all linen,
ood quality, renular 12 1 2c goods.
T(II8 WEEK lO'.i YD.
Unbleache'd and White All Linen
Toweling, regular 15c yoodc. THIS)
WEEK AT lU'A YD.
New designs, cashmere and floral
designs, suitable for Ladles' long and
short Klmonas and Waists,
ONLY 15 YD.
New Fall Flannelettes
In check, stripes and solid colors,
(jooil duality () YD
Table Oil Cloth
Very best quality; white, white with
blue or black veins, and colors, regu
lar 30c quality,
t;:is week yort yd.
Shelf Oil Cloth
Scalloped edqe, while and colore,
s i-a yd,
Cotton Covert Cloth
Brown, Tans, Navy Blue and Olive;
Jutt right for rainy weather Skirts
and Suits; 15c quality,
THIS WEEK FOR HJ'.ie? YD.
dent will m company III" Mii, which Is iihmi iteslrnhle Hint we do more lo did mails mill beautiful iark nil fuMirj
rtifimuy W'mxt nml much fur whlr'i will doubtless lake ndxantiup ur tin- all ilmse who iin- utile In tinvef mid the uundc enjoy ih- nrii'rniM)ii drive.
Ill I'nutxiHnii (VhhIhIUm' uiiiI tltn ico- opHirtimlty til mnki an . Tictidcd 'up Mne w luil Imw to offer li. .n, , lux Hie cIobIiik limit of the busl
pin of Hawaii behind It ImMt reason lo' ocean trip lit tlic sunshine mute to, Lnmiilfnl scenery, n rfirl rllinnli' lie du) III It rcfrt alilinc, enjoyable
In- Knilllntl Mr Wood n-jHjrl pre- Hawaii. Hoicrul ncwspniier ! ifHMiu UiiiI ilcllKhlful Iiimiii conditions, ct It manner Our peerlt ss rllinnli', splcn
kiiih for tin' semdnn of tln (.'oiuinltlu,
I his iiftcrriooii. rends ns follows'
lloiiuliilii, .Inn. luili, r.ni7
Chilli iiiuii nml Members nf tin' llnwnll
(Ii'iitli'iiieii. Tin' inliU'Ki'iim from
Hccictiiry WIkkIiih. coiiKtmliiK lint As-
HIH'lllll'll I'll'KH llortp.ltl ll tllllt lilt' I.OH
AllKllcS CIlUllllltT Id CollllllcrcO ex
cursion would nail from Kali I'l-ilro
I'l'liiiuiry 23d, wiih oiui of tin' bi'Ht
piece of iii'Us lln I'roinotlon Commit
tee has ic celled In mini' lltni'. Til"
excursion parly will not only thor
oimhly represent the cnmiuciclul Ill-
will Hint) have IIm oillt'lnl photoflritphfr. provide enteiinlntncnt mi that our vis- sucb an nndertnkliiK It would b a
mid wo may 0XmcI In tui- whli pub- jtlng frlfinti will lintA no hesitation In splendid ncfompllshlnent Indeed lo
llfllv nhcn lo Hut event, ivhlch hoHiiiKri''iiir Unit Hawaii Ih lud I lliojniuke this n feature of Honolulu life.
will bo Hie lii'iillilllUK or ii Forle of I'lny tliouml nml Home l.uinl nf Ainer-I Urine, Golf Outfits
wltilcr excursions lo llawnll rnim th.i leu. At tin- suinci'stlou of of our ttolf
mainland nml I Ik'IIi-M' will tend lo More Band Concerts .plnyers I fnrwiirdi'd by Hi" IliuiKknuK
hrlnu ulioiil Hi" enil estutillshmcnl I In iiddltlmi lo pl'us helnc mad" fori Mum an iiiltiitlon lo Hi" l.o-i Anurles ("onii'Mlon promlKi-H to draw oik- of
of regular hUmiiiidIiIp romiiiiinlcullim ;iln I'i'liriiiiiy iid floral I'l'Bllval, llm "xnirslonlmii in InluK iiIoiik Hii'lr ihu Inrm-st crowdii llml Iiiih cvi-r Jour-
ri'fi-rrlnK ii' tin- Clirlstliili Kmlonvnr
( m vein Ion i,i i- hi Id nt Si-alllo.
WinililliKKni. In lul that tln-y limko
mi'iillon or Hi" lU'llKhln of nil ocean
trip to llawnll Tin- Canadian I'a
rlllc nml NorllitTii I'adllo Hallway
haw alri'ady umuiri'il us Hint tlicy will
do this Vi arc iilmi bopltiK that tlm
tli'iii'rnl Horrf-tary of tlio Koch-ty mny
inciillou llawnll In the npcrlal mailer
sent out from llm Morton oIIIch. TIiIh
Ix'Iwcl'II Honolulu mid wuiii' Koutlicrn ItcKnttn mid Mantl (Irns. I innlcrnlaii'1 koIHiik oiiIIHb. slnlliiK that III" oir
California Kirl itiinl oil" or our iroKri'Rid"u I'ltlrenH 'plnriH of Honolulu would do lliclr
It Ih pIc-nslliK In nol" In ililn iiinni'C- Ih i'iidiairlUK In rn-nt" a Kciitluii'lit t'lafi' 'n m-i Itm that tlu-y hud mi cii
Hon that ho mnny plaint at" now on faoiliiK Hi" IioIiIIiir of hand rourcrti Joynhl" llni"
fiHit hnvliiK for llu'll oliji'ci Hi" "iik'l-'lu Kuplolutil l'ark iury lifli-riUHin ho- j Christian Endeavorers
lalniui'iit not only of our own peopli twocu Hu- lioura of -I mid ri, IIiiih af II) the last mall IHuth witi iir.iIii
ti'ii'HlK of Iim AtiKi'li'i), but many Kant j I ill also of llio iliniiU'Ts who limy , foidlui.' filiiulu nml ncqualntnuci'M an font lo tht illrii'renl Tiaust'ontlni'iit
itii iM-opIo who iiu hik'HiIIiik thu win haipuii lo ho Willi iih, for liil hh rial i'pHiriiiiin lo inci'l uiuter pli'usant nl Hnllna)H. imklnp that In any hh
(it inoiilliM III Koiilhi'iii Cullfiiinla, 'I'lTorl Ih ni'rcrnary to atn.ni lo Ha- condlllona Ink" ti'u loftrlliiT. llfUi Ii lo vial mattnr to bo published by 1 ln-tii
in-) ill westward at one tlmo nml wr
Imp" Hint our plans In "Oiimctlnn with
tin- i''iit lino ri'Hiill In lii.uiuK tho
nitcnilou of ninnv of Hu-m excursion
IhIb toward llawnll mid be of distinct
help In tnnel In the Immodlntu future
II I' WOOD,
In stripes and figured; light and me
dium colors; Just right for Men's Pa
jamas, lftt YD. and upwards.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
of it mid MiM'ii or cIkIiI oiliei i nil-
herH weie Tinmen, At u nicitlni: to ho
held IoiiIrIiI more liieuiln in will ho
aelecled and the orRalilnliou perfect
And It leads In meats as well at In materials for drcttes. Our
reputation has been built upen the superior quality of our meats
and upon the elegant assortment of our delicatessen. Other compa
nies come and go but we, have you noticed It? stay on forever.
It's because of the quality.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 49.
Finds Many Conditions
In Which It Wants
The "durational nlfnlrn of llio Ter
illory will ho the Hiibject of clow
study by u coinnilsnlon of t'ltizcim,
who will orgaul7o lonUhl for thin pur
pose. Thu Idea of formliiK such u com
iiiIhhIoii orlKluated with thu Civic I'ed
"ration, thoiiKh tho comiullon Itself
Ih not ii part of thai orgautratliiii,
many of It mcuihorH not uun bclim
Civic I-'oiIh. Thu purpoHt'H of thu com
iiiIhhIoii nro definitely expressed by tho
follow inn ii'Kolutlou, wnlch wiih In
Iroilueed by n commltleu of thu ClUc
IVilviutlon mid udopled by that body:
'.Much dlKHiitlnfnclliin Ih expreHsed
uiiicurnliiR thu existing comlltlou of
tho public scIiooIh of Hawaii.
'Thu teachern aiu H)orly paid. Iliad'
(.quutc prinlttlon In made for thu car-
lujr of HtudentH, thu schools are Iimi
crowded, HyBtelnntlc cnureoH of tudy
thoulil liu proWded 111 cnrilelilUR, UKrl-
cultiire, manual training, dumestlc ncl-
eticu, nurHlin;, nanltallon mid thu like
Your committee icccimmundH thu ntv
polutmcnt of a commlsiiloii of nine,
with power lo add lo Its number, to
lake up the study of educational proli
leniH of llawnll with a av lo present'
ItiK to thu next Legislature a compre
hensive statement of existing condl
tluiiH with dcflnllo rccnmuicndntlons
for action. TIiIh commltteo should bo
of representative men of thu Territory,
who would work Independently of, mid
jet, na fur us pmmlble. In harmony
with thu Superintendent of Public In
struction and thu Hoard of lMucatlon."
Although thlH resolution was adopt
ed Inst April, It was nut iK'foro -ihout
a week iiko Hint thu orKanUatlon of
tho coiniulsslon wiih started, I.. Tell
ney l'eck iiccepted tho clialrmanshlp
Tho cxeeiillvo commltloo of llio Civ
le Federation held a nieetlUK yester
day afternoon, at which Doromu Kcud
Her pieseiited it repoit on Hie result
of llio conference between the Joint
coinmlltco of tho Civic Federation and
llio Anti-Saloon I.oukuo and the com
mltteo of thu Liquor Dealers' Associa
tion. Thu report wuh well lecelted
mid caused but little discussion
Thu Liquor DenlerH Committee also
held n nieotliiK yesterday afternoon.
"Wo nro nt present uorkliiK with
Hilt 10 iih u basis," hald Colonel Me-
Cm thy todfty. "TIiIh bill was present-
td by tho liquor dealers to the last
LcKlslutuio. It was- defeati'd, meet
lliK with ohJectloiiH ftoiu thu (iinern-
or, HUH bill lias it seciiiniH, nun we
have not iih yet cowrcd mine than "0
of them. It Ih our Intention to make
u rouc.li draft of u bill mid then pre
lent II to n meelltiK of thu entlru Asso
elation. Then, after It has been pass
ed on by them, wo will plucu II In tho
hmuU of n lawyer to Ret It Into shnio."
PRATT M (id 10
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OF
AND THE D3POT FOR BOS
THE ROAD OVERALLS.
P. E. R. Strauch
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
VIAITY BUILDINC. 74 KINO 8T.
Thu tital of Joel Knhlnii, ehawd
with prnctlcluK niedlcluu without u II
cense, wiih held befoio Judgu Whitney
this mornlliK und lit thu close of thu
testimony for thu prosecution J mine
Whitney remarked Hint there wiih no
evidence on which to convict mid dis
missed thu cusu. Thu testimony show
ed Hint Knlilnu had visited u native
woman while bur son wiih sick mid
hud advised kUIiik him brandy diluted
with ii little milk, suylnK Unit hu outiht
to he around In ii couple of days.
Will Investigate The
Matter of Kaapn
Laud Commissioner Pratt wiih ex
pecting to ko to Knual next week to
look into the matter of tho Knpau
lauds, which are wauled by thu Mo
lokuus, but It Ik not certain now Hint
hu will bo able In ko so soon. It nil
depends, ho saH, on the condition of
tho weullier. The latest adilces from
Knual nro to thu effect that there have
been very heavy iuIiih there, mid Hint
(he roailH In most parts of tho Island
nro practically Impassable. Unless
conditions In this renal d Improve, thu
Land Commissioner will postpone hm
visit, us It will bo useless fur him lo
KO over If ho Ih unable lo Ket about
lifter Ids arrival.
Tho I'orliiKUoHo liuvo expressed u
deslru to obtain ihiskcssIoii of tlm
lauds of tho Moloknus, but Commis
sioner I'rntt sayH Hint he understands
now Hint nil they want Ih some of tho
land down on thu Hats for settlement.
II Ih to ascertain thu truth of thu mat
ter Hint Commissioner I'ratt Ih koIuk
to Kauai. If tho weather conditions'
prevent his union next week as hu had
oilnlnully Intended, bo will ko later
SEATTLE'S CAMPAIGN FOR
Seattle Ih making a stroni; bid for
the National Itcpuhllcnu convention ot
I'JUS. And It will undoubtedly hive the
rupport of National CommlUOtti'it'i
llobertsou of Hawaii.
The campaign for Seattle began last
October, when Henry Heed, Director f
Kxplollalloii for the Alaska-Yul.on P -cltlc
Exposition sent out a letter In the
National Committeeman of e-idi State
and Territory calling attention lo the
superiority of Seattle us a loi.vintlo.i
This whh followed by the letter nf
1evl AUi'iiy, National Comniltteci-u I
for Washington, to Ilnrry New, tli.ilr
man of the National C'oininltte--'. New
Scuttle nml has so slnnlllcd to Olrvitor
Heed. He has also tnkvu tuTaile-n to
call thu altenllon of the l'acin. Joust
Coinniltteemen to the fact HiM thi-ru
Ih u matter of representation In inn
convention of great moment to, this
Territory. It Is hoped nml then, u
cviry reason to believe that lla'vnll
will be solidly HiipiHirlu'l by th" P&'ltle
Coast people In estublUtilng itJ rejire
M'litutlon on an cqunlllv wllU the Ter
ritories of the mainland
Robertson feels tlUv lh representa
tion west of the lto'jkn tdioul.l stand
logptlu'r und will fiMlvr that feeling .is
It would be ii great thing for Iliw.ill
to have the Natlonnl Convention In Se
ll! his response says that lu will nol attic, us it would enable a lurge utiof
plensed lo give such aid as !i,i inn lolllrlnl as well us otllcial delegation from
further the project. Ithe Islands and secure u general
('omnillteeiiiau Itobcilsou of this Ter-' strengthening of Interest In the affairs
illoiy Is In full uccoul with theplmisof of the Pucllli.
CATTLE GET ON JAG
Cleveland, Dec. 21 Funnei-H living
nloiig the banks of thu Chagrin liver,
l'i tlin vicinity of Chagrin Knlls, aw
inieatenlng suit against thu village of
llclalH for jMilltitlng the stream with
beer. ScoreH of i little, it Is alleged,
have been Intoxicated by drinking from
the river, und In some Instnnces de
bauch has icHiilti'd In tainted milk.
Tho conflict of Science mid Chris
tianity Is being much discussed theso
days. To glvo some help to young
men who nro Interested In tho que.
Hon whether n man can hold modern
scientific Iuwh und hu n Christian,
thu Y. At. C. A. has planned u meeting
Sunday afternoon nt 4 o'clock. Dr.
DoremiiH Scudder und Itev. (1. I). IM-wutd-i
will both talk. These men mu
ol thu modem school, educated re
spectively at Yulu und lliirvatd, und
should hu able to say some things of
reiil valim to those Interested In llm
Tlmt Pails newspaper which calls
President Itisisevell a megaloiiiuulac
'might lake n few minutes and tell llm
mr'Tor Rnt" csrdi on tale t Hfferono between megalomania nml
the Bulletin offlea. genius,
MEAT AND LUMBER
CASES NEXT MONTH
Judge Dole of the United. 'States Dl-
Colonel Jones of the First llcglmcnt
Irlct Court expertH to K to Hllo aboutl Natlona, rilllln, ,)f lluwu, B,nteg ihul
thu end of the month to hold a term ot l . . ,.
unit there. On his return the most!1'1- "" ,10t ' tlnl definite per
Important cuses tu bu taken up will be iiInloii from the Dowsett Kslate to
Uiom) of the so-called incut trust und use the tract of land In the vicinity o(
lumber trutt. Wuhlawu for the coinlnt' eucampnicut
Judge Dole states that there Is uoth- llf ,)e o,urdo, hut negotiation ure In
ing of nny grent liiiportaticu to come un proKlt'sii und It Is jirobublu tlmt the en
st the Hllo term, the principal cusu b"lcumimi'nl will bo held there,
ing Hint of u Japanese who la mixed up The regulur target pructlce this ycur
with ii woiiiun.-blgumy or something tt )C i,ed ,irE t10 encampmeiit.
i.f the Itliul. ThH Is thu llrst time that this luu
Thu clcilc of the District Court hull been done, It being customary to hold
rciolvod a bunch of icplluitlous In the I lurgct pruttlco sepnmtely
meat liiist taso, numberliiK soim'thlusj This year Col. Junes nml tho other
over thirty. This Is nol the full mini- memberH of thu rllle team that went to
her of defendants, honever. The enso beaglrt to compete on the national rifle
imimlHea lo bu mi Interesting one anil tournament, will be iireKunt nt target
will probably take considerable lime.
The lumber trust case will also occupy
ti good deal of Hie time of the court.
practice und will give their udvlco and
nld to shooters by their experience.
This sliouM be of much advantage tu
Moth of these caes will come up ati Hie illlemeii and should have the effect
inn speuui term wiui-ii is culleil for of Increasing the scores mudo,
V" " Job Printing at tht But-
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Oulletln gives a complete summary of
h news nf th day. For BJ1 a yr(
H a. til.
Grand Clearance Sale of Ready-To-Wear Apparel
LADICS AND MISSES'
IN BLACK AND NAVY.
T4.G0 ones for $3.00
5.00 ones for 3.50
C.50 ones for , 4,00
7.00 ones for 5X10
LAWN AND LINEN
$ 5.75 ones for $ 3.25
6.00 ones for 4.00
7.00 ones for 4.00
7.50 ones for 5.00
8.50 ones for 6.50
12.50 ones for 8.00
14.50 ones for ' 9.00
16.00 ones for 10.00
25.00 ones for 15.00
IN BLACK AND NAVY.
$ 9.00 ones for t 6.50
12.50 ones for 8.50
16.00 ones for 12.50
18.00 ones for 14.00
$ 5.00 ones for $2.50
6.50 ones for 4.25
7.50 ones for 5.00!
8.00 ones for 5.50
10.00 ones for 0.50
12.00 ones for 7.50 1
12.50 ones for 8.00
14.C0 ones for .'. 8.50
8ILK AND WOOLEN
Tailor-Made Suits Waists
J12.50 ones for $ 8.00 NAVY- BLACK, RED AND WHITE
18.00 ones for ,.,.- 12.50 ALPACA, CASHMERE, ETC.
20.00 ones for 12.50
21.00 ones for 15.00 i3-00 nd 3'5 on" 'or $2.25
3.75 and 4.00 ones for 2.50
$5X10 ones for $3.50
BLACK JAP 8ILK
$6.50 ones for $4.00
NAVY BLUE PIQUE, WHITE DUCK,
LINEN CRASH and BROWN LINEN.
35c ones for 25c
75c ones for 50c
If you cannot Qet down for the first
ruth, come later In the week, there's
enough for all. .,,
Every garment offered at thete re
duced prices Is new and up-to-date.
The same goods you have been buying
itirii'iiiiii ii iiiii nritrf
attLu.!' i ii f iiUfrl-il'-iatfiiAsV-r, ri-'isMtki,a,..v ail, MMoBmKmi