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PAT-NINO ntJLMmX. HOKOMTIA, T. II., WEDNESDAY, .IAN. 10.J0O7.
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nhould be mott Interesting lo all Housekeepers and economical buy.
ers. They are money-savers In the truest sense of the word. Every
Item quoted In this Ad.
Is worth Investigating.
HALF OFF SALE
ON SINGLE PAIRS OF
Here's an opportunity, If you
have odd windows, to secure
Curtains for Just half the reg.
ular prices; there are all kinds
and alt qualities.
The following prices will pre
vail, beginning on
NIIHAU MAIL BQAT GREW
BAD NARROW ESCAPE
WH(TC NET CURTAINS:
ECRU' LACE CURTAINS:
$4.00 quality S2.00
$5.00 quality S2.50
W.50 " 2.75
coo " 3.00
$7.50 " a.75
A TOWEL SPECIAL
, Turkish Bath Towels
At Reduced Prices
Hi-Riiiiiing MONDAY MOKN
INf'i, qualities and prices that
will surely please yon. All
l.trj;c- sius and standard makes.
'$2.75 Towels for 52.35
B.TH ROBES at reduced
SOME PRICES CUT IN TWO;
OTHERS FAR BELOW REG-
Mercerized Dress Goods
Pink, Lavencer and Blue;
looks like Silk; will wear bet
ter than Silk, washable.
Regular Price 50c
ON BALE MONDAY 25 ''
Embroidered Wash .
Pretty designs and dainty col
orings; very dressy and still
.Regular price 40c
On SALE BEGINNING
MONDAY at 20
For Ladles' wear as well s
for Men's Shirtings, yard wide,
striped and figured.
Regular 1C 12c goods
ON SALE 'BEGINNING
MONDAY ISISc? y-
Yard wide, In pink and blue de
signs. 25c quality,
MONDAY 15 yd.
- Alpaca Waists
On Sale at
t SEECIAL PRICES
' l ; new. This seasons
,jjbJs, l'rices for the week,
pmvidiiiK they last, beginning
12.50. ALPACA WAISTS $1.00
''"Coloi's, Navy lllue. Hl.ick.
Cream and Red.
$3.75 WAIST 2.00
Cream color, elaborately
, yiubroidered and tuckrtl,
$4.50 Waists ...... .93.40
A handsome Cream Alpaca1
Waist, plaited front, tailor
I.llnio, Kauai, Jan. II. In spite of their sail wan luni to shreds mill tho
ulnil mill rnlu the usual ercw Blurted men Iiad lo take lo Hip narH. Thu wind
oitt from Nllhnu Thursday morning for revcnlt-il their returning home and
Knnal to fetch (lie week's mall at Wnl- they therefore had to pull for Kmt.il.
nihn. Nofhlnc was heard of them that' After n couple of hours tin oarn
clfiv nnil the nooiild of Wa4men iuii-1 snapped, bite after (lio Other
diiiloil that (hey had postponed their, Without means Of guiding their craft
trip on uccunnt of tho storm. Friday and With but scanty rood tno men
came ami went with tho weather us drifted over the storm-beaten Pacific
bntl and wow thnu before mid no Nil- until, ns mentioned, n faMirablo current
lui ii boat. "Saturday ufturiioon nt 2. brought them niilioie at iliieim. Mi
lives won) lost on the perilous trip, bur
th exhausted crew will long remember
tliu dayH when the) camu so tremb
lingly near n watery grate. -Harden
o'clock tho boat with lis cicw ilrlftcil
In at Jtnenu
Tim moii hail started out at the usual
time lint had not none far before they
began to meet with mishaps. I'll hi
MUCH ALOHAEXPRESSED FOR
Tim (ianleii Island of Jniiunr) 11
l.lhue l mouritliiK. .lolin 1). nun
Charley have gone mid their cliulrii an'
empty and their Iodic for rent.
Thu Ixivs, of course, have known of
tin impending cnlainlty mid have Ihm-ii
corresponding!) di-prcssed for a mouth
or tin. in cpltt' of the effort h of lite de
parting ones lo cheer Ihosu to be left
.Mlnr likes company they say and
It was probably this feeling which
iirlu.'iled the Irlcnils of Chan. Httcetscr
ami John II. Wlllnrd wheti they decided
to try lo forgot their borrow anil at llu'
Lmiiiiu tlmo iiBSiiagu thu Krlcf of those
almut lo depart, by eating a solemn
"diner funebre" at the Fulrvlcw last
The weal tier win not all It could be.
If dud liar J Ort'gonlun opinions. In fuel
It waH very much thu other way. Thu
rain which bus been with ux for thu
last two or (lino week, put in wliet
was considered at thu time Its supreme
"Who's Your Tailor?"
, ? Cilfu Nolr
Mr. Is'etiberK 0cned Hie line of toavtH
wllli onofor the two nciimiliitiincro
Hint liro roIiib away, expresslnif the
teellncH of all present when ,hu said
thnt It wax to Ui ri'itn-lted that men of
tllelr rallber foitlul Kuluil too xniall.
iliith of them lincl done cxeelleut'work
In tlieir respective branchcx. had Men
KOod citizens and genial uininnlea and
would bo mlw-ed by their many friends
and the community al Lrrgo. lie
wished (hem (lod-xpccd In their future
career and a w'elcome back, it l hey
ever should turn back lo their funnel
Until Mr. wllltird and Mr Hwcelser
li piled, expnessliiK their regret nt leaV'
Iiik tho community and the m.iily
friciiibi they linil made hero on Knual
iippreclatlni; thu proof of the reelpioc
ity of tliu friendship exhllilted on the
After this, spccch-iiiakliiK was In
order or rather curried the evening at-
The Value of
Women are attractive because they are women, lint who shall deny that their attractiveness
is not doubled hy:i wise sttnly of the power of feathers? An indilTercnt-lookino; woman may trans
form herself 10 a siren by the mere twist of her hat ; and wreck a thousand hearts by the fjlory of
hci kowii. And why not? .Man' jests at (his and with mticli philosophy assures ns he loves her
for herself; jet Ikiws like a slave to her with the rustling silk. j
In a different way 'tis the same with men. The Korly dressed is snnblicd. Ills clothes arc j
taken as his market value, and 'tis money that ilocs (he talking. The man whose clothes are cheap '
looking is called a "man" even by the children and he with the swell raiment is classified a "v,m
tlcinan." "Its a pity, 1mt 'tis true. The world judges ns at first sight by the clothes wc wear, and
when ton reason it out, what else can (he poor world do.
Character, honcsiy and (he cardinal virlnes cannot bo pnl on the surface, (and they do not suf
fer by association with good clothes), so for lack of something better, for the lime being, ai least,
the world judges a man by w'hal liiMvears. ,.
. ' i
irii MAKli SUITS TO ORDER from !?1U. (o ?rtl AMJ GUslKliXTIili : I'll! i
M. Mclnerny, Ltcl.,
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
effort. This circumstance probably lie-
loiiuts Tor tliu furl tint though fort- cotupanled by "hnch colleu bio lebeu '
Heveii moiirnent hud slimlllcil their In- nnd "they uro Jojly kI fellowH."
toiilioim oi foiisoiiuK tue viciiiiih un,
It was rather ilUcouniKliiK weather
N. S. Sachs Dry Ms Co.,. Ltd.
this particular occasion but thirty sal
iiiiwii lo work their Brief away at Iho
follow Iiik menu-
Kllet de Mullet a la N'lumutit
I'ate I'arlsleiiue mi truffo
Asperges nil Mnyoniinlsu
Cauiird Museovlto Mudere
(I rami Via lluwli
ylnte du llitleli
for a proinennde, but ueerthelesM tl'i
larger part of tlune present repaired
to tho bowlliiK alley, where, aecoiiliiiK
li f tii ttfutrrti in I It rim ii tuna 1L n
ihiM-d and the lesult wushed nwny IN TUB MATTKIl OK TH
, S Has Stood the Test of Time
There Is no experiment Involved In
It has stood supreme above all oth
ers through years of constant use and
has never been equaled. In quality.
your cnocER has iti
IN TUB CIHCUIT COUHT OK TUB
TIIIKI) JUDICIAL CIHCUIT. TKH
lilTORY OK HAWAII. AT CHAM-
UKUS. IN l'HOUATIH
with a Kes or two,
It was rtilhcr late when tho companv
broke up, with jmuiy lecretH at Ihoi
llleht of time uml kou wishes tor t tic
TIioukIi rather ton previous to bo
tailed a wake, the f;uthvrliiK of mourn
era were us solemn as such a one, no
iloubl Incited thereto by victims of tho
occiudon, or (icrlinps by the Kcores made
by the bowleiH.
s IL tionrcieivisBca Ji
Knight Templars Escort
Body To Steamer
Joe Everett Charged
With Robbing Cash
Willi the Mtlf-inu nnd beautiful ser- Joo Bvcrott Is on trial before JiulKii
vices of tho Masonic OriW, Honolulu Robinson today on thu charge of buru
laid It's pnrtlin; trlliute to JihIro II. B-llary. Ho was Indicted by tlio Orand
illKhton tills hiorniiiK. Tho services. Jury, tho specific ehnrRO lieliiK that on
weroconditcted.by Hawaiian IiOdKoNo.'j November 25 ho robbed tho Fashion
21, K. & A. M.,wln tho Masotic Tcmplo wiloon, BottiiiK awny, temporarily, with
mid were led by Worshipful Muster .5, which ho took from tho ensh renls-
Hubert Hnlr. Flowers, w'renths anil, ter in thu nlKht
OK C. AKO, DKCKABKIJ.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notlco Is hereby given that tatters
Testamentary have beon Issued to tho'
undersigned, C. K. Al, ns Administra
tor with tho Will annexed of thu ICs
tato of c. Ako, late of Kallua, North
Kona, Island uml Territory of Hawailv
All creditors of thu Butnto are here
by notified to present their claims
against sulci Kstate, duly aullientlc.it
ed, ami with thu proper vouchers, It
any exist, oven though tho said clulius
lie, secured by mortgage upon real cs
tato, to thu undersigned. C. K. Al, at
his office (thu City Mill Company, I.lni
ited.) on Kekaullko Street, Honolulu,
Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from thu datu hereof (which Is the
date of thu first publication or this
notice): otherwise, such claims. If
any, will bo forover barred.
And all porsons Indebted lo said l-
tito aro hereby notified to maku Im
medlato payment to the umlerslgiioJ
as such Administrator.
Dated, Honolulu, December 19. 1'0G.
C. K. Al.
Administrator with tho Will An
nexed of tho Bstatu of C.
3568 Dec. 19, 26: Jan. 2, 9, 10.
If you are In good health
'stay ' there by i using such
rtmedles as arc always
available, but let them ba
fresh Our drugs' are of
premier quality of guaran
teed purity and strength
and the prices are un.
California Kafe Deposit and) Trust
Co.,. cor. California nnd Montgomery
Sts., San Francisco. For tho, six
months ending December 31, 1906, div
idends have Wen declared on tho de
posits In tliu savings department of
Ithls company as follows: On term do-
posltH at Uio rate of 3 G-1Q per cent,
tier anumn, and on ordinary deposits
at the ratu ,of 3 1-2 per cent: per1 an.
num. free of taxes, and payable on anil
nfter Wednesday, January 2, 1907. Thu
sumo rate of Interest will bo paid by
Cur branch offices, located at 1631 Do-
visadcro St., 927 Valencia St. and 1710
Fillmore St., San Francisco. j.
J. DAI.X.BI.I. DHOWN,
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Electric Light Is
The Safest Light
There Is no flame, no smudge" no heat, no rdorj no watches need
ed, electric light does not consume oxygen, therefore does not rob
your air of vitality and freshness.
If you desire, our representative will call and give you any fur
ther information. '
WRITE OR 'PHONE MAIN 390.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L1 d.
Tel. "Main 390
ib curative pieces, sent us tokens of
esprct and luvu by tliu friends, com
milts and fellow jurists of thu late
Judge were present In profusion nnd
with Iho solemn beauty of tho Masunlii
service composed a most iluuiesslvK
Tho body wns escorted to Iho Ala
meda by over thirty members of Ho
i.olu'lii Couiiuuuilery, K. T headed b
Eminent Commander C. 0. Ilockus. Ai
the funeral procession passed down
Fort street along the sidewalk stood
Iho old fi lends mid fellow attorneys of
I hu deceased with baled heads. When
the Oeennlt! dork wns reached tint Hn
nalluu hand plajed nppinpilato ult-3
and Iho Knights Templar remained till
thu J casket hud ccn placed on liourd
Tho burial services will take place In
Sail Frumlhco uml will hu in ciurge of
California Coiutuaildery No. 1, If. T..
the Coniin.uidery of which Judgo High
'on was n member for many years.
gay"Fnr Rent" cards on sala at
- RiiltMIn nffle
P. E. R. Strauch
- i-a..iai--a '-
THB BULLETIN. 75c per month
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
AccordltiK to tho statement of Dep
uty Attorney (leuernl Fleming, who Is
couductliii; thu prosecution, to thu
Jury, Ktcrctt was employed at tho
Fashion saloon up to a short tlmo be-
1I0111 thu robbery took plncu. Tho key
to thu outside door had beon broken,
and thu purt that Koes into thu lock
wns lyliiK on a corner of thu cash UK
later, Thu propilelor of tho saloon noticed
mm day Unit It was mlssiiiK. and ask
ed Kvurett what had becomo of II,
Kvorott leplled that It mlRht have
been swept out, and said Hint hu would
K out uml look for It In tho yard, lln
was kiiiio some time, and when lie re'
tinned lie had the key with lillli, say
liiK ho had toiiud It In thu yard. It Is
tho theory that lie had taken it lo Ills
loom lo mako an Impression of it mil
Hint im hud In return thoro to cut It.
' Thu next nlKht thu saloon wns nih
il d, Iho but Accpei- In thu mornlns; Hud
iu;r the hack dnor open and tho gu'u
lo the fence Inolieu down, Kverett
wns siispoi leil of Iho burKlury and was
iiricKled by tho police, tliu money bo-
Iiik found on him.
I liesti aro Iho fuels which Mem-
Im; uxpects In jirovu lo the satisfac
tion of tliu Jury.
Joo Kvorott Is a blK black ueuro,
whose color would maku a bottle, ol
ink look lilo whitewash.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$10. per m.
The BUSINESS WAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
of.l notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
mr-j. ,. month. Weekly Bulletin.
74 S. KINO ST. gj velr
IN Till: CIHCUIT COU11T OF THU
Hrjt Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers; in l'robatu. In thu Mnt(cr
of tliu Kstato of '.Mury T, Null tleccuscd
Intestate. Order of Notlco or Hearing
Petition for Administration, On read
Iiik and llllm,' thu putltlou of John II.
Nul. husband of deceased, of Honolulu,
Oahu, nlli-KliiK thnt said Mary T. Nul,
of Honolulu, Oahu, died Inlestatu at
Honolulu. Oahu. on tho 3rd day or Oc
tober. A. D. li05. leaving properly In
the llilwullan Islands necessary to be
kduilulstcred upon, and praying that
lutters of administration Issuo to him
said John II. Nul, It is ordered thnt
MONDAY, tho lltli day of FKIIHU-
AllY, A. D. 1907, nt 9 o'clock a. m.,
bo ami heroby Is appointed for hearing
said petition in tho court room of this
court at Honolulu, Oahu, at which time
and placo ull persons concerned may
r.r.near mid sltliW cuuso. If any they
huu, why said 'petition should not bo
granted, and that notlc of thlB order
bo published' In the Kngllsh languagn
oneo a week ror inreo bucccssivo
weuks In tho 'Evening llullotln news
paper In Honolulu.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, JamUry
(Signed) AI.EXANDKIl I.1ND8AT,
Second Judge of the Circuit Court
of thu First Clicult.
(Signed) J. A. THOMPSON,
Cleik of tho Circuit Court of tho
C. II. Jllckey, attorney for petitioner.
3.185 Jan. J, IC, 23, 30.
We have fully equipped premises on
Queen Street between Fort and Ala
kea Streets, and are In shape to do
first-class repairing, painting, etc.
This department Is in charge of
skilled workmen, who, besides doing
repair work build wagons, drays and
Prices are exceedingly moderate
and the service unequalled In the Ter
ritory. Schuman Carriage Co.
CARRIAGE REPAIR DEPARTMENT
Queen St., bet. Fort and Alakea Sts,
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
KONA-KAU TEL. A TELEQ.
Tho (lermiin Savings and I-oan So-
cloy, 32(1 California St., San Francis
co. For the half year ending Decem
ber 31, 1906, a dividend Iioh boori'de
claret!) ut tho rnto of three anil bIx
tenths (3C-10) per cent, per annum on
all deposits, free of taxes, payable on
and nfter Wednesday, January 2, 1907.
Dividends not called for ure added to
and bear tlussamo ratu of Interest as
tho principal from January l,ilW7.,
3SS1-2W Secretary. ,
Men's Dress Shirts
AMhu Annual Meeting of Stockhold
ers of thu Konn-Kau Teluphonu A Tel
egraph Co., Ltd., held on Jan. 8th, 1907,
tho following named officers were elec
ted for the cnsihng year:
J. A. Mar.ulre President
John Caspar ..... .Vice President
L.'B. Aungst . ..,,
.......Secretary and Treasurer
W. H. Qreenwell , Auditor
C. C. Hewitt, Joseph Prltehard,
M. F. Scott
I.. S. AUNQ8T.'
50c, 65c, 75c,
$1, J1 25
1033 Nuuinu St, bet. King and Hotel,
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
Weekly Bulletln'81 Per ear-
.Compare he 'talking machine of five
years ago with the Victor of oday
and note the wonderful advancement.
It Is Impossible to conceive of any fur.
ther Improvement in this almost hu
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD.
PACIFIC TENNIS CLUB. J,
Tho annual' meet Iiik of the 1'actflo
Tennis Club will bo hold at rooms In
thu club-house, King street, at :30
p. in. Friday, Jan. IK, 1907. ' ,
PACIFIC TKNNIfl CLUB.
W. 1'. ItOTH, ,
MEETING NOTICE. H
Meeting of company K, ex-negulars,
nt ofllcu headqitarttrs, Uungatow,
Thursday cumlng at S o'clock. ' '
All are urgently reauosted to attend.
358S-41 , , Captain.,
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