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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOMJLl', T. II., MONDAY, FEB 4, 1907.
Closing Out Sale
Wash Hats a Bonnets
In oritur lo iniikc tdoiii, wo hnvo dccitlcd not to voiiiidvr cost
or vnliiu, lint Imvo
Cut Prices in Half
to iiistno ii reuel.y mile; tlicv mo nil Ixvoinitig hIIi-m, nuil just
wlmt will lio wanted for tins Spring.
In White, Pink and Light Blue.
I .75 HATS ln
'?i.oo " 50
1.50 " 75,
1-75 " 90
oo " . 31.25
Lace and embroidery trimmed,
In white, light blue and pink.
.75 BONNETS ,10
J1.00 " 500
'M " 05d
-50 ' 750
200 " 91.00
Peter Pan Waists
At Special Prices
Tin' IVtcr I'tin Vi-t Ik llio Litrat Fnvoriti-, nml Woll
Ailuptod for Tljis Climate.
White Peter Pan Alpaca Waists
trimmed with niivv Mim mid Mack silk.
$:i.OO WAIST FOII $1.00.
White Silk Peter Pan Waists
Wifluililt', with I'Atru llahy Irish I.ueo Fiont.
.$.-..00 WAIST FOIt ?3.00.
Solid Color Dimities
WW !0e QtTAI,ITY FOR 12'J
l.islit lllui. I'ink, Cniditiiil. Xuvv Mine. I.siU'iulei'
Ki-fllent for Children' mid l.udirV Wear.
OX SA l.ti AT . '. 12W0 YARD
In. s- SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
Charlie Falk To Give
TOO MUCH BUSINESS IS HIS REASON
Chnrllo Pnlk mado tho nniioiincc
inoiit tlilu morning tn the writer Hint
ho was about to glvo up thu mnnngo
incut of tliu II. A. C. baseball toiim.
Ho stated .that lie had so much to do
In his oilier business that ho wnH un
iihlo to And tlmo to attend to tlio
many diitlen which ho wn needed for
In connection with the team. Itnther
lhan let cither mirror from his lack of
time hn said that ho would drop tho
Falk Iiiih liecn manager during (ho
will fill his iiohIIIoii Juih not jet hem
decided Tat alenson, tho captnln of
tho II. A. C.'b, will look after tho
welfnro of tho club till n now manager
has licen selected.
Tho II. A. C.'s will play an cxlilhl
Hon game against tho Diamond Heads
on Washington's birthday and tho full
Will Cost Ten Thousand
Dollars To Repair
j Ten thousand dollars would not suf-
J flco to repair Iho damage dono to tho
loads of Honolulu and to tho bridge
and ditches hy tho heavy sralnstorm of
Saturday night, mild (toad Supervisor
'Ham Johnson this mornliiK. "I could
upend ten thousand dollars on tho
woik of lepnlrlng tho roads this
month, If I had It to spend. Hut I
liacn't. I hao only 2,000 to spend
this month, so tho repair work wilt
have to ho extended for four or flo
months, as there Is money available
Almost ccry part of tho city, John
llnc-up of tho team has not )et hem B"" "nK. .ifforeil from tho storm. Tho
decided mi. A number of new pbi)ciH, 'j1'" "-J1.0" '",n"1K0, WH ,lonoK , b' "",
' On... I . Iilnlm .KI.K-.i.t .1.... .. K....i.m.
nn. navo 10 no cniion in on nrcoum 01
Die men who hnui left tho club to play
wllh the I). II. outfit, and Captain (Hon.
Hood which inured down Nuuanil
creek. The waters swept ocr tho re-i
tabling wnlls near Kukul street, cans
Ing Iheui to caMi In This, Johnson
Ihe II. A. Cs. ami has had as much immaterial. Ho will hnvo a hard time lnhn- nl"K " l,lK J,,b f,,r ,,U! r,M'1 t,u
more of a hand In Booing that tho club pick up as strong n team as he hud ,M', . . , . M . .. .
led at Ihe end of tho season lhan nnyilast car. lint does not Bccm to havul ... , V. Bii or l ho JlnklKl
ilhor member of Ihe club. Ills serv- any ilnuht nhout lis helnB dono befmo M lch ltween Hastings and OomlnlB
Ices are sure to he missed nnd who tho season opens.
Barney Joy Not Likely
To Play On The Coast
id recta wero also broken and tho wa
' ter flooded 11 largo part of tho Maklkl
'district, doing n considerable nmoiirit
i)l dnmige. Ynnla wero flooded ami
In some InstanrcH tho water ramo Into
tho houses, making thu dwellers scur-
,iy around to get their ilamugiiulc
goods out of tho wet. Tho brldgd iv-
ir the Maklkl ditch was carried away
The roncreto rctnlnliiK wnlla or ' tho
Hume, hottutcr, stood woll, nlthnlmh
Ihe water isiuri'd mer them. Tho Ma-
LcaKiie and then the'ro would bo )ilen.llkl lire station was almost Hooded
l or trouble for him. Ho would, liau out, Ihe straw beddliiR of the stalls
lo pay his own fare back hero niiljbeliiK carrle.l an
(hen Ret Ida old Job hack, which would !nat bouhlera wero carried down
Kaphdanl street as If Ihey wero mips
of last jear'H II. A. C.'a as Iho star( Ku suo will not ro U1 tho Coast ac "I'd the slreel duiuaRcd to a consider
man of Iho local diamond for another (ordliiR lo tho latest rcporta. The jidilo extent.
jcar. Joy has written to thu Coast In Hun Krnnelsco team hna picked up i Kowalo wim IIikmIciI, or course, nit
regard tn his contract, but aa jet no number of utility plaerH from lhoalwa) happena when lln-ro Is a heivy
deflnlto answer has been rerehed, and smaller teams of California and wllliinln.
If oxcrjthltiR Isnnt sallsfactory ho will ho without Iho servlcea of the lornl
leiunln In this Ity. I hoy. The Honolulu fnna will bo Rial
It't an eay job for the barber to
part the hair on a head llko this.
lt'i jutaMy,n preicnt baldiic
II you only do the right thing.
Raldness If alrmnt nlaiijs a Dure
tlgn of nf elect It Is tho story of neg
Dandruff h untidy, nnncrrwiry, and
caret dandruff nnd prevents hlilnen.
You tare your hair and you urn spared
, the annoyance of untidy clothing. I
It also stop falling of the hair, and
makes the hair grow thick and long. I
Do not ho deceived by ohenn Imita-J
lions which will onlv dlappoint vou.l
He sure you get AYKIt'8 llalr Vigor.)
In alt prohahlllt) tho ncRotlalloua
between Ihe San Kranclsco team and
1)arne Joy will come to naught and
Honolulu will sllll lmotho big pitcher i,,, t.,,nrrnssliiK to Bay tho least
Joy would rerlalnly he foolish If ho of this, iih there Ik not a ball plair In
left Honolulu without a good guaran- this city who does cleaner-cut work
leo that ho would got Iho best of treat , than En Hue. KrointltoUlrtie n gaihu'
incnt. Ho lias a good (msltlon with cnmmemeK till It Is oxer ho U illgRhu
the Honolulu Iron Wnrka which pay nil tho Hmu and tho llttluhuntH whlrh
is the best
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
ELECTRIC POWER FOR SMAIL MACHINES
Motors of all sites from I horsepower up may be profitably
used lo 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 use. Call Main 390 for any further
Information you desire.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OFFICE KING AND ALAKEA 8T8
lilm more than he has been offered by
Iho hasoball magnnteH on the Coast
and ho ran pick up a little outsldo coin
with his phi) lug here. To stray far
from home and fileuda wllh nothing
good In sight would bo asking a good
ileal of tho local man.
There la another matter to bo con
sidered. Joy la a Rood pitcher, iih all
thoso who have batted against him
luno found out, but he; would not Im
(oi tain of making good In tho Co.isl
WATER FW PHACTISE
Thoro will bu all tortn of wnort at
thu Hotel Hatha this eu nlng. George
Cooko will ge tho Diamond HvaiU
their llrst lesson In water polo. Tho
Ikalnnl swimming loam will have a
workout fit'ou ami Hetkcrt will try
for a place I'l (Ml1 iw.illan Swimming
filial. 1,. Ii.t.., ...... t. .......ilio. tit 1 1. 1 u
..,'. ... v.-.Mu .. t.j.i.u ... iiiio. I,., HUllllt.l I1IUU.IIIH "I ill" IIIIWIIII
Club ou must niinllfy by dolug some Yacht Club, followed by a liatin.net and
ho drops alongside of tho plato am n
Joy foreor to the lovcra of tho nnic.
If Joy stnyK In llhnnliilii, " ho may
change his allegiance and bo Recti in
another uniform. Ho staled lo n
irlend tho other day that ho win? not
anxious to play with the II. A. C.'s
for lovn and thai unless there was
something In sight which w'oilld repay
him for his trouble ho would Just an
lief tako on with wmlb other organ!
In response to u challenge from tho
Chlneho Aloha Ilaseball team for a re
turn game, they will cross bats with
tho Kawalhaii Oleo Club team noxt
Sunday afternoon at 1: 3" Tho game,
will bo placed at Aula i'ark.
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Tho annual meeting of the Hawaii
Punchbowl drive was badly washed
out ami thu rn.ul wiih almost Imp is
liable, All oer Iho ill) the ro.ida were In
Jtir,Vil lu a greater or less extent, tho
Ion dressing being washid on, nine
tut In the roads, culverts washed!
fast swimming before n commlttoo
who report to the Club.
Doth thu HenhinlH and M)rtlca aru
training hard for their coming meet,
dance, will ho held this evening at tho
Seaside Hotel. Tho yachtsmen an 4
their frlcnda are all Invited to attend
Ihe dance. Tho dinner will bo for tho
which takes place on Iho Ibth aud. B3dj mcmliera of tho club. Dancing will
of this month i icommenco at about 8:15.
There aro many swlmmerx develop,
ing at tho now llaths and In another
)car some records will Hiirely bo
The Henlanl team will suffer by thu
loss of Hustare, who has
Kauai for his health.
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10 (HIE MEYERS IS RUN
Beat Assortment In the City.
itlrLJ oil ire ti DnnlHt? m t?o
fiun giLtgi biriunw(brt,nii.i3
1 CHINAWARE, LACQUER,
OVELTIEO, TOY3, CURI09.
. STOCK COMPLETE, PRICES RIQHT.
i i;u ruuiiu oiccii ncttr noich
have opened a hor.ithot
Ing department In connec
tion with their c.rrlag.
hop, etc. Having secur
d th. service, of first
class ahoer th.y are pre
?ared to do all work In
rusted to them In a first
das. manner, ;; ;; :; :;
Now fork, Jan 13. An event that
is attracting widespread attention In
tho athletic world Is tho kpeclul raco
at l00 )nrdu, to bo held at tho grand
Indoor meet of tho l'nstlmo Athletic
Club, Kobriiaiy llth, at Madison Squaro
Garden. Mclvln W. Shcppaid, tho
lrish-Amcrlean Athletic Club star;
Harry Hlllnian of Iho New York Ath
letic Club, and Hll II. ParsoiiH of Yitln
'Jnlvorslty und tho Now York Athlcllo
Club, havo been Invited and aro ox
peeled to compete.
An Incentive to tho men Is tho fact
thai (. M. I,. Sachs, an old tlmo patron
of track and Hold athlctlcH aud nolo
possessor of all tho trophies of tho
celebrated "I.on" M)ers, tho world's
greatest runner, has offered to tho win
tier ono of tho cups won by M)crs. to
bo kopt as his porsonal proporty, and
this, It Is thought, will mako tho men
run their hardest.
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The firs! praxtlcc shoot of the Ha
waii (lun Club on tho new trnpH was
held cstcrday and Iho members wero
great!) pleased at Iho way ever thing
gone to I worked.
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Tho rinsing night of Ihe roller Hkat
lug at the (jiieen street, rink on Satur
day was a great success. The rink
was crowded from early In tho even
ing until tho closing hour and there
wero many demands for Hkalea. which
could not bu fulfilled. Not only was
Iho floor crowded, hut Iho seating ca
pniltv was also closely taxed to the
utmost If thorn could bo ono more
closing night thu skatera of Honolulu
would certainly enjoy It.
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A meeting of tho committed which
has chargo of thu track games for the
championship of Honolulu will ho
hold this nftornonn at 5 o'clock atljo
Y. M. C. A. Iloports of tho various
committees which hnvo In en selected
will bo received and a full attendance
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P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished 5r. 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,
High Sheriff Henry reports Hint a
bridge on the Kalliia road between the
I'nll nnd Walmnnnlo. wan carried away,
tendering tho road Impassible.
Sam Johnson states that hu has
nlioiit fifty wagons working around
town today, Hearing nwny the most
Immediate effectH of tho storm. Ills
men worked all nay )cBtenuay aim
liearly all night last night. Johnson
was out himself itlioiit II o'clock Hal-i-rdav
nlRht. riding out toward Maklkl.
nnd ho wi)s that hn could hardly Ret
alotiR at alt. 'hc wind was blowing
hi that his hoise had lo lean away
over to kieji fiom being blown off his
1'racthall.v nothing Is being done i
day In Ihe wa of new work 1 he wag
ons are all bus) t tearing up the streets.
and there Is none available to haul
cement The new work will probably
bo at a standstill all of this week for
What ainoiiut of damage was done lo
the Nuuanil dam Assistant .Superinten
dent of Public Works I low land lould
l.ot i-ay this morning, as he had re
ceived no complete reports. Hownvrr.
he thought It piobahle that ronslder
l hie Injury had been done. Tho water
poured over the corn wall nnd evci)
thlng else. Mr. Ilowland went out' to
tho dam this morning lo see for him
self what effee t tho storm had had upon
Slme tin meeting of Ihe white llijuot
dealers relative to the projmscd llipioi
law which will be bioiiKht up nl tho
coming session of Ihe legislature, thu
Jaiunese ciimmiinlt) have decided that
the) must do something towards pi"
lectlng tin ir rights n tav u)crs of th
Tenltorj To this end. Ihev have de
cided to Willi h the doings of the rep
resentnllviH In Ihe Legislature
Dlirlllg the set-slo'l, II III Kill), Willie
hxal Japanese uewnpipi is will Issue
I!iirIIsIi editions, cltliei vvickl) or bi
weekly 'Ihe Hawaii t.liliuio will lie
written by IMIlor Shloraw.i and Ne
(,oro, u gtadu.ile of u mainland mil
vcrslty; Ihe Hav.iillan-Jiipine e t'hiou-
Iclo will be represented b) one of It
directors, und the Nlppu will la ulltcd
by Y Soui, Its pioprlelor nnd cditm
The Jlyu's editor Is. II Is KJld, looking
tiround for a man to wrlle Its I'uglhdi
lii the Selling of
as welt as In other
It Is the QUALITY of
the meat we handle that
wins new friends and pa
trons for us every day.
Try our Balled Ham j
It is a very pretty
custom to send your
sweetheart or wife a
pretty Valentine Feb,
We have a dainty
line this year pic
tures of beautiful lit
tie glrlt, etc. some
hand painted, some
black and white. No
filigree about them.
Prices 20c up.
Call and sec thcoi
ifiwir, News Go., Lid
weekl). Judging from t ,e boom In th
newspaper business Ihe legislative ha.
v:lll be crowded b) a ei mnpolltun o
of reporters, Kugllsh, I'uwaltau, Jap
uncse and prohahl) Chi lese
It Is reoorted from" thf llonin lluln
I'eadipiarleN Hint Its Kugllsh week!)
will he published p'-j .iralory lo the
opening of the Leglslal lire J M. I'oo
Im will write forlho l.'ngllsh lloino
hC'OI r In this ill . ul Wnlklkl. I'eb
1, IU0T, to Mi a d Mia, It I, Scott,
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
185 Hotel St.
Phono Blue 1411.
Fine Job Print. iia at the Bulletin
Is quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped if ordered from
JEWELER .. 1029 MAUNAKEA ST.
NEW SWIMW RECORDS
New York, Jan. 1.1 Charles M Dan
iels, American champion, bhorl ills
tanco swimmer of tho New York Ath
letic Club, mado three new American
rrrords In a 2U0-)hii1 handicap rato ut
hlh homo club lant nleht.
Daniels won the first heat of tho pro
llmlnarles hut finished third In tha
Daniels (darted tram scratch and at
120 jarcls bin tlmo In tho trial heat
was 1.11, Just 6 4-5 beconds better
than tho record held by Harry Lo
Moyno nf tho Iloaton Athletic Associa
tion. At ISO yards Daniels eclipsed
his old record of 1:43 by 6 seconds,
find finished thu 200 yards In 2:13 2-5,
exactly 4 4 5 seconds bolter than bo
WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KINQ ST.tiado iu the bame tank a year ago.
Ask Visitors To
The following notice has been bent
by the Japanese consulate to tho Pio
An Industrial Inhibition will bu
opened ut lljeno Park In Tok)i from
March 20th to Jutic20th, 1007.
(The Inhibition Auxiliary Association)
has been recently organized with Iho
object or artordlng an especially cot
dlal welcome to visitors from abroad,
and to assist them In viewing the far
famed scenery of the country, and In
in jo j lug tha slghta whiih travel in (hi
interior of Japan may bring to their
The exhibition will bo open during
iho mobt delightful hcnbou of tho je.il
when Nature Is clothed lu her Spring
iohc3, making trips In tho country
most en Jo) able. Kvcry convenience
will be picpnred for vlbitors lo enable
Ihem to spend their tlmo and money tn
the best advantage.
Till: TOKYO INDUSTRIAL HXIIini-
TION AUXILIARY ASSOCIATION I
Novembet 100b, Toloo, Jjpin
The notice 3 In poster form, printed !
in English, Herman and Japauebc, aud
Is decorated with plctuipj of the ofti
lers of tho K)otan-kwal, flagb, ihcuy
HE SHIRTS wc make to order
have a touch, a tone, 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
We Make Shirts To Order
Wc make them to lit p:rfcctly: 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. FORI DM1RUIM MREETS.
KKKAUOHA At Kmlly street, Mai
mlon block, Honolulu, on February
4th, 1007, the Infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Muleuu K KeKauolia
Hotel Street Store
HAS A NEW LINE OP WL
Collegian Clothes I
AND THE DCPOT FOR BOSS OF fl
THE ROAD OVERALLS, ' "' ,9
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