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A Special That Should
At Almost Half Price
Meicle of Good Material and Neatly
$1.50 Dresses for J)0cS made ol
checked ginghams and solid color
Chambray, embroidery trimmed,
sizes 2 to G years.
$1.75 Dresses for $1.00 made of
fine checked material, assorted
colors, embroidery trimmed, sizes
1 to 4 years.
Lot 3 (
$2.00 and $2.50 Dresses at $1.25'
91. Oil an exceptional bargain;
CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS,
Made of Solid Color Chambray,
trimmed and sailor Ties; sizes 8,1
12, 14 years.
For Afternoon and Evening Gowns, beautiful range of colors;
Champagne, New Gray, Lavender, Alice Dlue, Cream and Light Blue
40c quality 30c yard
A Wool Goods Special for This Week
All Wool, Double Width, In all the leading colors, Including
black and white, COc Quality,
On Sale at 46c
Wash Belts At Clearing Prices
20c B:lts, IOc; 30; Belts, 2Qc; 35c Belts, 25c;
50c Bdts, 30c; 60c Belts, 40c.
NT S- SACHS DRY GOODS GO.
is tine best
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
between the cost of Keroiene and Electricity and the de
gress of comfort and satisfaction obtained from the two
lllumlnants that It seems strange that Electricity Is not
' Installed In every home. Cleanliness, cheerfulness and
comfort are admirably served by the Incandescent Light
and home Is happier and healthier for Its U3e. Call us up
on the 'phono and wc will send a man to talk to you
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ld.
Bed Assortment In tho City,
men oilko, tMnnoiDEniLO,
NOVCLTIE8, . TOY8, CURIOS.
STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RICHT.
$2.75 Dresses for $1.1)0 made of
fine prlntctd.Lawn, pink and blue
polka dots, trimmed with em
broidery; sizes 2, 3, 4.
$350 Dresses, 81,J)5. Made of
fine material In Checks and Solid
Colors, Trimmed with Embroid
ery, sizes 6, 8, 10 yean.
$3.25 Dresses for $2.00, made of
fine Solid Color Chambray, trim.
med with Embroidery and Velvet
Ribbons; sizes 2, 3, 4.
Men's Dress Shirts
swell color tones
50c, 65c. 75c,
$1, $1 5
WAILUKU'S MURDER MYSTERY
Simlnl In thr ilullrlln mid effectively ns 11 Kcenm pinioned
Wnllukii, Maul, .Inn. 2il. The trial ill lilm The occured Mien, she nlloRcs,
(loo. Aiiknekooln.nl, churRcd with hiur- Hteppod tip, pointed lilt pistol nt liny
, , ,. , ,, , . ,,... , inond'H left hrcnsl mill shot lilm In tlio
dprlmtticIC ltnmotl nt Kahlklnul. w , nl)7jrp t()t,illlR ,icr
Is now heliiB Imil befoio Judge McKny llm, 1)Ctwcrn tlio llcsh pnrt of her
or Wnlltil.'it. The only witness ho Inr forefinger nnd tlmtiili sunt In passing
produced by tlio prosecution In Mule- Ike bullet left n wound In her linml nt
mm, tho woman over whom the qunr- tlio points Indlrnteil Thin Ih her cx
irl which led lo tlio hIiooiIiir Htnrtcil. llnnntlnn of why her linn.l was wound.
It Is slated Hint Khc hns rIvcii mil til Rho then called to her parents, who
several connictliiR stories of the affnll. lived nlKiut an eighth of u mile nwnv,
ranging from it Inlc or suicide lo that nml they enmc. The mitu.nl then. she
of murder, llefore JiiiIrc McKny Htje alleges, told her there was no need ol"
IcstMed that Kretl llnytnnnil left the l:T telling them or nnv one else tluil
hmire nt sunrise to ko to MnUenn for ho had been there that etonlng. nml ills-;
supplies for the hniue, nml Hint u III- appeared. When her father nml iiioth-
tle lefore sunset Oeo. Atiwaekoolnu tr nnd tlnce chlldicii reached the scene
called to nee her and nt about 8 p. in. ' the Irngedy, thee neither saw nor
the mine oxenlng, Thursday. Janiiarj heard of the incused man with the
10, Fred Itamoinl relitrneil nml found long name. '
her In heel wlln I he licensed. ' The defence Ih Ik-Iiir conducted byl
Ilnvniond then becnnin nngry. tU-Killlnr II. M. Coke for the firm of Coke
clnrcd that he would kill them. allccl&
IIiciii lo come out of tho room, which
they did. lie grabbed nit nxe tinilliiR out what hn bclletes to he n lrot it
struck at her with the axe, missed hcruisc for Iho defense The defense U
nml tlio nxe sllmicd'out of his hand nn nllhl. which Mr. Coke In trying lo
I StoopliiK to foroWr' the nxe, Mclciiiiacslnlillsh with the lieln or nhotit n hnlt
seined hi right hand. With hoi4 left itiuliioien wlttieHBeH. AtioldliiR lo tlio c!c-
xllimcd nniiuid IiIh left Klde liehlud lilm.frnsc the licensed left Kamilo (he
Rot her rlRht hnitd over his HrIH niiiiinornliiR of the fateful day for Knupo
HAYEMYER'S LETTER TO
STOCK HOLDERS MEETING
WHY THEY PLEADED GUILTY IN
REBATE CASES WHAT 8TOCK
HOLDERS HAVE "RIGHT"
TO KNOW COMMENT
Wlllctt & Orny'H HiiRiir Journal Tor
Jnniinry 10 eontiiliiH tlio follow Inn olll
clal statement or the SiiRar TniHt re
garding Its lecent nppcarnnro In the
courts lo defend Halts hrouRht by tho
Till: A.MHIIICAN HIK1AII Ili:i-IN-INO
CO. Anniinl MeelliiR. The nn
iiual meolliiR or tlio American HiiRtir
lleflnliiR Co. was liehl on tlio (lilt Inst,
at Jersey City Tho number of shares
represented In penun or by proxy has
CI8.019. Messrs. V. II. Thomas nml
ChnrleH H. Scuff wcro re-elected direct
ors by a unanimous Mite.
A tcsolutlou was adopted with i
card lo the suit tliienteued by tlcoriiu
II. Knrln us recdver of the I'cnnsyl
Vanln SiiRar HeMnliiR Co. for ullcRcd
ilalniH iiRnlnst the American KiiRiir lie
litiliiK Co. and lis ofllcci-H nml llrec4ii i
for u Iuirp nmoiint, pledRliiR the stock
l.oldcrs to defend nnd pnitect nnd In
lieiiinlfy their olllcers iiRiilma any lie-
Hon Hint uilRtit In hrouRht, ami Hid
Heard wiih directed to defend Kuril tic-
tlon, A further resolution provide I
that ull profttH bo reserved iih worklm;
capital, Ipsh HUrh uniounts us tho ill
lecture shall see (Itfjoin tliuu ln.Unii',
In ilcrlntp iih dividends.
A resolution wimjuiiiHll stating Hint
nny turonimlnlii tlio.dlri.'i'liirs decide !
o Rhe out sliiiulil be Rlvi ii lo ull stock
holders alike. It was nlso resolved by
the Klockholilcrs that tho nclloii of the
invent unci illrcctiirs or Hio company
In Hi" n.iBt bo approved,
I'lesblciit Henry O. Ilavemeycr, in
lil.i stulemeiit salil'
The attention or stockholders wa.i
undoubtedly drawn to tho rrhato Mil
cnllon URiilust tho ronii.iny. II Ih tlieii
right to know briefly what It was which
Induced tho company to brliiR ulsi.it
Iho termination of iho litigation, iih
'"Ihn proc-rerlliiRS started with state
men I to the elTert that In violation or
law tlin company had received rebate
to Hip nniounl or millions. Such as
sertions weio olllclully made. Ah Iho
result or Im estimation by hu Hulled
SlateH Attorney.indlctiiientH wcro roiilfd
which rharRt'd that icbntcR had been
received lo the totnl amount of I.10,
fcR.75. Tho United States Attorney
claimed that ho had proof which would
lucre usu the amount to $70,000. Our
Iiir Hie years In question, 190.1 mid
lOI, Hie company pnlcl in frctcht on
refined sugar 98.Cflt.sns. It would socm
In be unreasonable to think that the
company or even Hh Ruboidlnuto olll
cets, whoso acts wero complained ot,
could IiRvp intended any violation or
the law. The IndletlueiitH.weic against
Hie llrooklyn CoopcraRo Co. and tlio
Kugnr eonipany or Iho tolnl amount.
911,787 was ror shlinienlH prior to 'io
passngo or tho Klklns Act, which first
imposed penalties upon shippers. The
I payment happened to bo subsequent to
I II. rt l,i.Una'..l ,l. A , ...
!..; .nomih,.,i tuv rfi-, iv CUblJ IIIVOIV
P. E R. StraudT"
f-urnlshed 5r. cottaoc, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Homo. Larn.0 Pool
for swlmmlno. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. 917.00 per m.
7 room Cottage near Kalulant School
110. per m. v .
CARRIES ITS LESSON OF
N PENALTY FOR LOW MORALS
A'okc In the absence of the I.r
member of tho firm Mr Coke Ih nml.-.
Iiir Unit niu-sllon wan tried, Tho coun
sel who represented Iho company wcro
mid are or the opinion Hint such ship
ments did not come within the Inten
tion or Iho laiiRiiage ot the law; that
nn alleinpt to make tho Act ictroaillvc
would dereat It. The court held other
wise. The United Stnton Attorney
claimed that lor every shljinient In ro
sped or which rebates wcro nllcROtl to
bine been received,, tlio company wiih
llablo lor, tho 0 tH .f IU HidsirdlnnlcH:
that tor each shipment Allele might be
n scpninte Indlilnieiil or counli nnd
upon eaeli theie nilRht be Innsised .1
lino up ci 920,000. That tin; iomp.ui
was liable ror the aetH or Its frclRhl cd-
llceiH was held by the court, hi the
case of Iho Coopcrago company the lu-
illcliueut contnlned twelve tounts. It
rlinrEed rebates tolhcamoiiiit ot $1,305.
The totnl amount ot seeu c-ounts :
9I5SI.. less than 990 each. The lino lin-
isined was 910.000 on each, 970,0(10 ill
Willi nil respect lo tho court, Its del-
clslon fulled to convince the board or
Its counsel p( Its correctness. Tho
court. howcc,r. lint Iiir .Vli(ccl B It did,
tho board felt Unit it was Juslllled III
nctlng accordingly; .and. In tlew of tlio
whole situation, It was or tho opinion
that It was In the Interest or tlio stock
holders lei settle on the basin of plena
of guilty and iienaltles of tho total
amount ot l."iO,nno addition to 918.000
Imposed by the court In tho cno that
"Wo liavii 13,001 holders of prefer red
nnd coinmoii stock. It can readily be
seen that tho iuleiost of no individual
Ih large. It U Hie stockholders who are
hurt by such pirn ceding. Tho olllcers
of the company will continue lo do
wliHt thoy ciin In prevent in llm fiiliun
uuy claim that Iho company does not
comply with Hie Interstate Commerco
Ait. Whether It will bo ublo In every
(use lo untli-luilc Just what doubtful
points will be ultlmalely decided by a
court, lematiiH In bo seen.
"A rerelver of the Pennsylvania Kug
nr Itcflnlng t'o one of Hie schemes ot
Adolpli Segal llirraleiiH piiieeedlugs
'gainst the coiiipaiiy, It president. Us
ipuiibol mid oiheis. In which lie claims
large sums or money for alleged viola
lion of the law 1 am advised that
llieio Is no legal foundation for any
surli proceedings. If commenced, how
iver, It will be necessary to meet Iheiii.
A petition ror leave to start proceed
ing;! Iiiih been (lied by the receiver, n
copy or which Is nen o the stockhold-
I rs ror their cvaiiiluuUou,
"This slate incut Ih siibiullled for such
action us shall be thought sultabln by
"I lepeat what heretofore I frequent
ly have had occasion to say, that thn
members of the board wish Hint morn
slorkliolderH would attend In person
the annual meetings of tho eonipnny
"Of thn 900,000 shares niitHUiiidlni; of
picfcricd and common stock the hold
ers or.'il7,li99 slimes have soul proxies
for thn business of this nieellng. The
Htcx'khnldcrH weie Informed tin tin
les'i they wished otherwise their pw
les would bo used for the lo-elertton
ot Messi'H, V II. Thomas atii' (''inrlcJ
II SenlT, whose leims of oftifp explie.
I hnto heurd of no wish to the con
trary. The boird uece.otB lhi as evl
clone 0 of conlidciico by the sloukholdei 1
In Hie ndrnlnlsliaUon by the brurd id
'the company's business. It would be
more satisfactory If stoikliolilmti
would, by ciunlint to the nieetiTrc, (.he
the board (lie lament of moi'o relive
pnitlclpntinu l them In the many
questions v.hlcli conllniially 111 iji lo
ho met and rtoult with. Thn s'lino 1011
BCivntlvo iiinii.iRonieiil upon whicn thi
board liai lilthorjofore nelrd, nan In
fluenced Us action dm lug llm past
)enr Thoro urn always ilucluatlous In
the prleo of ra.w; Biigup(.--To anticipate
mill, so Mr n Ih pos'sfiU, jo uicet Iheiii,
leqilllis ollsllilll VlHllilllCK, lllld till'
boil 'Jiulgnic lit wlilciTUjiuHtlbta 'h'
ofllcoK and tlio rnjnbers.of the hoard.
Ireppni what Ialdjyear ago, Unit
jliojliMPllicsi) prllieiilJtvlirflLji.i I'TJl
with lit sick wife and hahy nml three
ether men, iclatlves of IiIh sick wire,
Arriving nil of tlieni ill Knupo,
twenty miles nw.ty riom Kahlkltiul,
just nt mill down, and wns there min
istering to his idek wire nil night nml
only heard of the death of Hn nicinil
Kuturdiiy, Jnnunry 12. Mr. Coke hnii
fallli In I hn Innocence or his client nml
whatever Ihn oiilrome or Iho rime III"
nnr Association will necr have occa
sion to grill him for not dlsplnlng
I. roper 'irofeKslonnl otlilcH.
The pistol claimed tojiave been thei
one linen wiih an oiu ami rusiy our. w
corroded that the court nail to use n
magnifying glass In ascertain the mini-
lier and make. One who served on the.
Coroner's Jury hh b, hating imiiiIiIh ns
10 lis entclcney, this deadly wenKin
wiih tried by the Jury and round iikp
lesH iih It would not explode any or the
rrmnlnliig cnrtrldRes. AriiIii It Ih nl
leRed Chat body ot decciiKed lsiro evi
dences of Heroic lies on the fnco nml n
black eye, and had only nn timlerHhlrt
ut the time of the. HhootliiR. n pair of
pants heliiR Juit on lo It to cover Its
The iiijMt'ry-'ilPMrtw'lhn cdher hair
llvcM'tiuiiRH ililck'nM ever1 In this trai?
idy of the barren wIMh of Knlilklniil.
sell Iho larRest iiiantlly at tho lowest
price consistent with 11 reasonable re
turn for the capital which Ih required,
the risks which are run, nml the busi
ness iil.llllv which Ik Intolvcd. If In
forni.itloj addlllonal lo that furiilHbed
by public' ftlntcnients Ih deslied by tho
stockhobtcrH. tho Isinrd stands icadv
lit nil times to furnish It.
"From nctloii herelororo taken iy
tho KtockholdeiK, the board has as
hiiiiiciI that It Is Uilr wish In this ie
sperl that nil should hu treated alike;
that It any stockholder desires speiht
Information It Is sultnlili' that he shall
attend tho meetings and make his re
quest known to Iho end thai It may be
acted iithiii In 11 suitable why. Unlets
this is done, the board '.till lake for
granted that the with of the stockhold
ers h that there shall be surli public
statements nn are required by law and
Hint it Ih for tho board to sen to It that
this Is done.."
ROPE BREAKS AT HANGING
Houston, Mo., Dec. 21. T10 hanging
today or Joda Hamilton, n ZO-jcnrold
farmer, ror Iho murder or flvo inein
hers of tho family of Harney I'nrsour,
ft as unusually gruesome, two attempts
being necessary boftiro tlio execution
wiih successful. Tlio first roi broko
iih Hamilton shot through tlio trap.
Tho spectators saw llainlltim drop to
5S; me hi A wit;"
W now, Jons w,e hm -, y f lfsy . t T' wrw PA,i r "if T',W 1
- - - . . . '
r . . .. . .. J oar u-,- I7IUI.T 1 - 1 - ,...,- , -r 1 m 1 n n f iMnsaaaisaMpssisasaaH
r flt JL f
1 llsfi '
,1 jT U 'o' ' .j
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SHIRTS THAT STAND
JN A CLASS
i.ivc a touch, a tone, or an air about them
that at once suggests dressings.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize "that
little dilfcrencc" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that docs not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appea--ancc.
We Make Shirts To Order
Wc make them to fit perfectly; 'besides they're
made stronger and will wear longer than the
usual ready-to-wear kind. A large quantity of
fresh new samples now on display. It will take
only a minute to look them over and leave your
COR. FORT AND MURl'lI NT STKliliTS.
Ihu ground nmf lie there, writhing. I
Tartly coiiscIoiih, ho wiih picked up
uulckly nnd carried a second llnio to
Ihu scaltold. Tlio niM) wiih hurriedly1 II T YVIIU the foreign cdilor or the
repaired nnd placed about Urn boy'H,New York I'oinuiercliil. pnrtlciila,rly
heck nnd flvu minutes aUer tlio first 1 legiets that owing lo several days" In
iittvinpl tho trap was sprung- tho sec- disposition, he was deprived of ninct
iind lime. Tho wroiid nttumpt wiis1iir ixTsoimlly man of the increhaiils
iiiiceessful. Thu attending pliyMclitii mf Honolulu licrnro his ilepartuto on
axpresseil llm bellet Unit Iliinillloii the Ventura. He Ih so linprciwcirwltn
wiih rntally lujiireil liy tho first fall 1 the advantages, iHisulhltlllca and at
nnd died berore lio dropied the second .Iriietloim of tho Islands that lio hnrf
I hue. Thu bcsly was turned over to
laist Kalurday night, 11 uiitlie mid
his wire, occiipjIiiR 11 hack on Nuuaiiii
slreet. Rot Into u ramlly row. Tho liiiitl
throw tho woman out onto tho street,
nnd drnto off, Thp woman followed
the hack ns fust as, sho could, her faie.
covered with blood nnd jcIIIiir nt the
lop of her volte. Their Identity vum
Blank books of all eortt. ledgers
etc.. manufACtltrpri bv thn rtiillAtln lnl
M4W Jai VaVhC lJre-ktX'
A J a ycriETAra
j - - .. iji immwmmwnmmm i
make to order
WILIS SAYS ALOHA
had oul the strongest things to nay
on lliesci lines, ns will be read In tho
Hawaiian edition of IiIh paper, nnd he
expressed Hie hopo that the publlcA-'
given to Hawaii in this edition will
bo productive or cm optionally good to
suits. The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all Ie
(jal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 d per month. Weekly Bulletin.
SI nr vesr
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