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Last Three Days For Specials
Children's Wash Dresses.
NOTE THE PRICES.
Children's Wash t)resses
Lot 1 . , lLot A
, tl.DO Dresses for J)0! made of $2.7G Dresses forl.J)0 made of
checked ginghams and solid color' fine prlntetd Lawn, pink and blue
Chambray, embroidery trimmed,) polka doti, trimmed with em
sizes 2 to C yean. broidery; sizes 2, 3, 4,
$1.75 Dresses for $1.00 made off
fine checked material, assorted
colon, embroidery trimmed, slzet
1 to 4 'years.
$2 00 and J2.G0 Dresses at $1.25
. $1.50 an exceptional bargain;
CHILDREN'S SAILOR SUITS.
Made of Solid Color Chambray,
trimmed and sailor Ties; sizes 8,
12, It ycarc.
$3.00 Dresses, $1.)5. Made of
fine material In Checks and Solid
Colors, Trimmed with Embroid
ery, sizes C, 8, 10 years.
$3.25 Drecsec for $2.00. made of
fine Solid Color Chambray, trim
med with Embroidery and Velvet
.Ribbons; sizes 2, 3, 4.
Tor Afternoon and, Evening Gowns, beautiful range of colors;
ChampagNe, NevV'GYay, Lavender, Alice Blue, Cream and Light Blue
40c quality 30c yrcl
A Wool Goods Special for This Week
All Wool, Double Width, In alt the leading colors, Including
black and white, 60c Quality,
On Sale at -45c
Wash Belts At Clearing Prices
20: Bilts, lOc; 30j Belts, 20c; 35c Belts, 25c;
50; B.-hs, 30c; 60c Belts, 40c.
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS GO.
lit ll.lll I A
III 1 III II 1 t'l
III VI I
is the best
H. Hackfeld & Co,
ELECIKIC POWER FOR SMALL MACHINES
Motors of all sizes from 1-horsepower up may be profitably
used to drive machinery In small shops and stores. They are very
convenient. Require no care no coal no oil no matches and
are clean. Always ready for uec Call Main 390 for any further
Information you desire.
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Lf d.
KING AND ALAKEA ST8
Best Assortment In the City.
RICH SILKS, EMBROIDERIES,
NOVELTIES, TOYS, CURIOS.
STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIGHT.
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel.
Men's Dress Shirts
SWELL COLOR TONES
50c, 65c, 75c,
WILE W OF WIT FOR MOTHER
1033 Nuuanu St., bet. King and Hotel,
Gets To Hilo and Finds
The Prisoner Has
.IiiiIko Dolu und fill tlu iillu-r olllecri
of Din UiiIUmI stiitiH District Court
hIiii went t ttlln last TiickiI.i dm tho
Klnnil ti trj tho cuili of Atlil) YohIiIiIo,
diiirKcd with cmiRiilraey to commit
nilulti r)', hnvo liiul their journey for
niilhliiK. The itiurt )h resiily to Ih'kIii
()'iiitliniH, Imt the .ltii Irn'l He liai
Jninpoil IiIh lionil nnil r.in't lie fuliiuf.
Information to this e(Ie t wm re
rolu'il IIiIh morn 111; by United Hluli'rt
F)oiuly Mnmlial TciiiiIi in u lrelenn
fmul Marshal lliiiiln. who Ik In I J lit
Thu Mnrxlinl wires thai tint iniiii'i
bond Is forlelteil unless lie Is foilnil, I
and directs Temple lo search for Mini
on tills Inland, and if lie IIiiiIh the Jap
to arrest him, Otherwise hu Is to ln-
fuim the lioiiilsman that Hie bond In
Deputy tarxlul TV mplo tills morn l
liiK hunted up Iho bondsiiian, II Yo '
sliiilo. Yoshlito Is iKisllhi) that Ills'
lUlnesake Is not hero, lie believes!
Ii.til lie is still In Otaa lie states that
If the man falls to show up hud tlu
.Vhihlial In imalilu to locatu him, ho
hlinsflf will ko to Olaa ami assist In'
Mr. Temple Is (onlldeiit that YohIiI
In cannot lime escaped fiom the Isl
(..ills, as the sleamerx are too closely
w.iwhpit to admit of his ImtliiK ilonu
In the meantime, thu United .State i
District Court Is In lllln tuliiilllui! iti
IHirci's and ualtliiK for something to
Co II is uncertain )et vwiemer the
court will leliirn at once to Honolulu
oi win I her .India1 Dole will iidjoiirn
(ii rt for u week to uu.ilt deelop
Inn Yoshliln, the nun who has es
ciH'd, Is the .lap who Is accused of
IiiivIiik taken pari In a transaction In
wlilrli a wife was Mild for n certnln
inimlier of dollars.
The deatji of lllrnin Komnxi n few
necks iiku, a senior member of thu
Knnl (llee Cluli, who also at one time
played for thu fatuous Kills and Kn
wallian (llee Clubs, lias mined hroth
or iniislclmiH to do mum tlilnn toward
tulsllig u fund for the need mother of
of the deeensed who was lett diHth
Into 'by ills deatli Ilu wu hur only
illenim of support and she Is cr' aged
a concert, to ho followed liy a ilalirc,
will lie kIicii for her lienellt nt Han
Antonio Hall Saturday ecnliiK Tell
mar' 2ml, and It lit hoped that every
good ton will come lo the front and
Imu his loyalty for a Rood cause,
The concert no ilouht will be n Klejl
ftlicccrs, as such tali tit as .Madame
Alapal, .Miss Koala Knnl. William III
lis, Krnest Kaal and other prominent
Hilolsls of the dllTen lit ipilntel chilis
l.iM' Miinnteeieil to lit lp make tip a
Tickets ran lie had at thu door and
from musicians of the Klie clubs The
admission Is only Cu t nts.
PJLIC6 COURT CASRS
lid OLD OFFICERS
The directors of thu Merchants' As
sociation held a nicotinic je8torda aft
ernoon for thu purisiBO of electing of
ficers Macfarlanu niincd to reelect
the old dot of officers to winu fur thu
cumins )oar, Cattun was niimlnntuil
lor president hut declined. Ilu said hu
was not an American cltlion. which
made It illtncult for him to serve In
certain work where tlio Association
was denlliiK with loKlslatlou and Con-
xro. Mr. Mclnorny declined a nom
ination for lco nresldent. Wnldrou
wnu nouiln.ited for lcu president. Thu
old olllceiB woio elected with thu ex
ception of Cation, who had declined
to servo any lunger, and In whose
plain Waliltou was elected
Thu sobslon of the I'nllce Cvmt iw
cupled but1 a short tlmo thin moinli'K
thei-o heliiK few cases lo (iinio liofoie'
JinlKe Whitney and these lulni; easll)
nettled. Vllllo Dlas, who was found
pullty of vnKrancy isterd.iy, wns hen
tonccd lo 1A d.ijs In Jail
The most IntensllliK case wnu that
of Che Kou, churned a ltd nusailtt and
battery 116 was said to have beaten
flump Yiiiik Wall, an old Chinaman
tvhu claimed to bo ill years old, and
uns so crippled b Ids iiko that lie
. ould baldly walk The pioseculliiR
witness hud Iho iciu'iIiik of a hc'.iutl
fill black eie. which ho staled had
been caused by the defi udiiut, but he
vald th'at ho did not want fo prosecute
Kou, but that slucu the latter had not
uphIokIzciI he would do so The story
nf tin Ir ituariol over thu loan of homo
Iroroseuo oil was told and IiiiIko Whit
ney found the defendant pillty Wbe-i
It came io n sentence It was u liar I,
matter, but thu JiiiIro, on thu grounds
that the Chlnoso Now eur was noir,
it hand, allowed tlio defendant to ko.
uftor he had paid thu costs of the trial,
(imoiiiillui; (o t'l 2a
ii A Davis, n joiihb fellow who
made n punchlnt;, ha out uf Hie facol
of olio Cli Akaua, found that It cost
him $11 In tlio way of lino or about $1
for each blow that tie had lulllctul.
Additional Cable News on Page .1.
Toklo, !Yli. 1. The reported solution
of the ('allforula .school trouble Is wel
comed lure im piovliiK the firmness of
the friendship between-Japan and the
Cripple I'leek, Colorado, Keli. 1
Tlio has dcMioed evidence In the
During the meat strike of minors
In the Coeur d-Att'iics mined some
o.iih UK" (lovernor fiteiiuonberK was
luurdeiod for the Important part he
look In ijuoIIIuk riots and finally put
tliiK down thu htilke. Haywood and
Vojer ut that time wPio leadliiK olll-
lain of the Wj stern l'cderatlcin of
Mliicis and woio ipdlci in live In oisi
sltlou to the (lovci inn's offorlH to re
btoio older After thu murder of tlio
CoU'inoi Ihesu two men wcro" arrested
i, ml mcused of complicity In thu bame
'Iho trial, wlilch has been KoiliK on
some lime, Is heavily subscribed to1)y
larKo sums fiom the Western reitera
tion. The lliu which ban lUstioyod thu
evidence Is, II Is t IiiiKlit,t ht' work ot
tlio union Illinois. Havwond was lo
elected iresldent of the I'ecli'l III lull
ili u his Indictment for murder.
Yasnla, Uusslii, Fob. 1. fount
stol Iti hotter.
Count Toli-tol Is a iliainplon of the
Jews In Hussln,
Tliu cliurclies would probnlily bo
tullcr on Huiidav If wo had to sneak In
I IhroilKll u side door.
STANDARD OIL PROPOSITION
(Continued troro Page 1)
The matter wan taken up nt tlio
nivctltu: of the directors of tho Asso
ciation jestorilay afternoon, when tho
rcc rotary loll of "o contents of the.
litter, ns ho did not liayo It with mm I
It tniisod mi ixciedliiKly lively dubato
t'omo inembers thoiiuht that hoio waa
a groat chance for tho advancement nt
Honolulu, while tho snlrit of tho oth-'
rrs towaids the Htatulaid Oil hiiKbtar,
nilKlit host bo expressed hy tho Im
mortal lino "Wo fear the (Utoks, es
pecially win u they hilliK Kl't"." Ill
was rociuesied that tho names of tlio I
Individual itelutois bo withhold fiom
One of tho supporters of tho Ktanil
arcl Oil ptiMHisltluu said that thu pow
er of tho Standard Oil Co. was well
known. It had 81 steamers mid 4
sallliiK vessels of, its own, and con
trolled (ho I'ltlflc Mull as well as oili
er ureal transportation companies on
led and lan.l The promise to help
Honolulu would under tho clrciim
htancts not he an empty ouo, us It was
well known that tlio company wielded
r. tremendous Influence nt Washington
Another lurnihcr Tloucd tho Inter
In n splilt of iliblcoiiK ludlKiiatlon.
Ho thoiii-ht It blnnly Impiopor for tho
Htaiid.ud Oil Co. to approach a re
spoctahlo IkiiI) like tho Men bants' Ah
Mutation with such iiislntuitliiK pioin
Isos, and moved that no aitlou hu
taken on tho matter until thu tempter
agiocd to tut out of tho doc uinent'liod
Hy tho passaKcH einbod) lug them.
Still another member spuku of thu
daimiKu which would bo done) to local
(lealem in such commodities as are
handled by the .Standard Oil Co, in
case It should retail lis wares Itself
beie, from Its warehouse, ns it un
doubtedly would do, If Its wish weio
It was finally agreed that the pnipo
sjllnii vvus too la rue a one to lie ills
p'oucd of In air oftliand inuiiiier, ami It
was decided to defer action. It In now
understood that thu majoill) of he
dliectors are In favor of imssIiik the
luck up to tho Lcglslatiuc.
GREAT LOTTERY FA.ILS
New Orleans, IVIi. 1, Tlio lloncluias
lailtorj, juciessoi of the old Uiuisliina
?lnte lotion, has siiipuided.
P. E. R. Strauch
A niinibor of e.iro ugu, hofoio V.u-t
ovitrllirnu. ill lliu flu...... .,. .iil......ii
--......I.... ... ..... -f.l.., M.l HllVltlJ.t
jwaa nude to movo tho old Unilslnua
l,otleij o Honolulu. Tlio mission
aries, howevor, kllloj tho sclietno In I
1 bhort ordei. .
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$16. per m.
7s" 8. KINQ ST.
RUSSIANS GOING HOME
St IVtersbtiiK. Toll 1, The Ilmulan
cvaciiatloii of Manchuria has' begun. .
8CARLET FEVER IS KING
Chicago, fob 1 Thoio, uru 4U7
(osea of roiilngloiis dh.o,iba In this
city, 3UD7 of them being scarlet fovor.l
Miss Wallice's ,
AND Wn CAN
EVERYBODY CAU HAVE NICE HAIR
MOW, and you don't have tu wait around
weeks and months for results cither. You
will see Improvements from the very first
Her IUIrTakeon New Lift ind Craws t
Feet Loncerthtn It wi Ltfort.
Ksowltoi IiA-cni situ Co
Your Dandrrlnr liav mft.1 my tialr srow
orr Ihrrr Irrt lunurr than ft ra when 1 1
lean IU lir
It la now ocer fivf frt-t tout; and Vtrp ilebt
nil itrotttnif, iturrtnalofalllvctamloutof lay
ratp It la mi aloy an.l nice too
tlaii.ttllur will alwa) a have my litt wlttif t.
3tJ W. 14th Strett. NEW YORK CITY
This OREAT HAlKOROWINO REMEDY
can now be had at all Druggists In three
sites, 25c, 50c. and $1.00 per bottle.
II f ToOiowliowqulcU) Hamli-rhiK
i If Bl acta c will it! a laisv aaraplr
8 llsaVIBaV frreby trlutinnalltoanjonewho
krii.la ttila ailvfrlUriurllt to thr
ICiiiimUiiii llaiiilrrliit. ( , , t'Mriitfo, with tltelr
liatiif. and n.Mrrsa uu.t ten crula til atltrr M atampa
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY HOLLISTER DRUG COMPANY
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SHIRTS THAT STAND
IN A CLASS
. BY THEMSELVES
with Its thin, crisp crust, Its light
l.vllir -.Mr! Mllt!ttmi .ul.HlaaKn.KH
can be made as easily as any other
Kind, If the proper Ingredients are
used. And of these the most Import
ant Is the milk.
gives you a full flavored loaf, rich and
sweet, because It contains nearly
three times the percentage of butter
fat that Is In ordinary milk.
You can use It for all bsklng or cook-,
jing purposes where milk Is used, but'
(with better results.
f Milk Bread
' Take 1 can Carnation Cream to 3 Dints
' hot water. When lukewarm, add
tablespoonful sugar, 1 tablespoonful
tilt, and 1 cake compressed yeast
dissolved In 1-2 cupful warm water.
Use enough flour to make a stiff bat
ter and let rise for 1 hojr. Add'
enough flolr to knead well. Cover
snd let rise till light. Then knead In
pans and let rise half as much as be
fore, and bake for 40 to SO minutes.
IliENRY MiY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
npHli SHIRTS wc make to order
y have a touch, a lone, or an air about them
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize " that
little difference" 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 appear
ance. We Make Shirts To Order
Wc make them to fit pirfectly; 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 MERCHANT STREETS.
J I 1 "rVlTk A?r HAS A Ncw UNE 0F
. LANDU b fioiegia1 G0thes
Hole! Street Store
AND THE D5POT FOR BOSS OF
THC ROAD OVERALL8.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 112.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, Snwera, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Sell
OFFICE AND YARD ....'
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO STS.
have opened a horseshoe- t
Inn denartment In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, eto. Having sscur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :t
J. M, Levy & Co.
KING STREET NEAR FORT STREET
PHONE MAIN 149.
Watch and Jewelry Club
Is quite the rage. It will be properly
shaped If ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST,
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