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EVHNlNa miU.ETIH, HONOMIU, T II.. THUHSDAY, TEH 7, I SOT
Our Closing Out Sale
Wash Hats Bonnets
Special Price Reductions
ON ' JF
Peter Pan Waists
"ftTtt VS?. IS"!' WILL END ON SATURDAY. WW,
Children's Wash Hats and Bonnets
Prices Cut in Half
White Peter Part Alpaca Waists
$3.00 Value; SPECIAL $1.00
White Silk Peter Part Waists
$5.00 VbIuc; SPECIAL $3.00
Solid Color Dimities
20o Quality for 12 YD.
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
is the best
II. Hackfeld & Co.,
many of us cannot afford but we all can afford
And there is more real luxury to be Rotten out of the lat
ter. Once you start to use electric lights, you can't cct alonj;
without them. Your only ic&iet will be that you didn't start
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KING AND ALAKL'A STS
Grace Tower Lectures
On Child Life In
Tlio report which Secretary Wood
hnx prepared li unbuilt to the- Promo
tion Committee HiIh nfternooii, cnii
tnlns several Interesting hiiIiJccIh, not
ably n reference lo an attempt, which
Pan IIIcro citizens me making to lime
the Alnmciln rail at their port. Wood's;
irport In In full an followx:
llonoliilit, February Till. 1907.
Chairman and Members of tho Hawaii
Gentlemen: While the steamer Nc
adan illit not brine ux a Iiitro mall,
jet atnniiR the Inltcrx wcro some two
or llirco or n most satisfactory nature,
oldciieliiR the icallr.itlou of koiiio ot
The newly elected Rcncnil xeeiclnry
or tbo Pulled Soclilj of Cltrlstlnli Kn
deavor, whose oflWcx ale III llexlnn,
Masx, writes, under data of Janiiar)
Iftrd, nx follows:
"Your favor of .lautiarj 2ml In nt
I'liud and In leplj voubl mi th.it ne
thull lie glad to make mention of the
trip to Hawaii an one of the puxlhll
lllcx III loutieitloli with tile Seattle!
comrutlon Wo liae a return limit
on out railroad tickets to Sejilember
lath, which glcx huge opportunltj foi
wicli an exoirslon."
The (leneral IMFi-ciiRor Assent of the
Union Pat I fie Hallroael Company
wrlleK. under date of .lanuary 21th:
"Am In leielpt of jour letter of the
Tth, anil will be very "Willi Inllrcil to
l.car the matter of trip to llnw.ill In
mind on imj iidecttlxliiR wn may get
out In (oiineillou with Chilxtlan lln
dcaeor Comciitluu "
I'rom the Information contained In
the foregoing letters mid others, re
feired to In picelnux ri'KirlH, It would
teem that Hawaii In roIiir lo icceho
extended udicrtlxlug In (onucUloii
with the Seattle lindenuir Cornell
tlon We are now turnliiR our attention lo
the National IMiiiatloual Asxoclatlon,
which, lucoidliiR to our hiHt uchlecs,
hnx nualt) deOdrd lo hold Its 1!K7 con
M'lilliin nt t.ox Angeles.
A letlci from tho Department of
Coiumeieo anil l.ibor, dated Januarj
i"nd, reads hh follows:
"Penult me lo acknowledge the re
ceipt of jour letter 'of the 2nd lust., and
the uciomp.injlng fraiued oopj of a
hart showing the sliatcglc.il poxWoii
of Hawaii, which In of decided Interest
In coniieilloii with the work of lip's
A letter from Columbia, .South Car
olina, KtntfK that tbu laille.i of the I'reo
Kindergarten) Aisicylutlon of Columbia
wish lo i;et up uii 'automobile show nud
having Ilea Id so muili of the Floral
Parade, held In Honolulu Inst jcar,
uxk th.it we send them ax full Infoima
Hon about our annual fcsthnl nx lion
Mllile. Mlsx (iimn Tower wrltcx that, n
couple of wi'ekx since, she r.ic n lec
ture or talk on Hawaiian Child I.lfc
bcfoic an audience of lle hundied peo
lile and li been lequcsted to repeal
il before I !in !.o Angeles Mothers'
Club, whlih pioiuIkcx an uudlciun ol
from i.noo to l.r.oo.
The l).ill Democrat, Hhclhjlllc, In
diana, of .lauuaij L'IhI., glu-s ii loluiun
to an Inlci vHtliiR description of "Ha
waii TJ.iy with the Cotcrio Club",
v lilch iipp.ticntly reinsert a great deal
of Interest in out hcautirtillsluhdi, re
BtiltttiR III u tcqucst fioin the picsldcul
ot the club for a Rcncroux xupply of
our folders lo be distributed niuoiiR
their meinlierH, scwrul of whom are
already plannliiR to lxlt Hawaii nt
the first coincident opiHirtit'.lty.
A letter from u prominent San l')lego
uiisIiiphh man states that an effort U
belnR inaile to Induce Mi. John 1).
Spmkelx to nllow the Hleamer Ala
meda to alt at that jxnt on x c ttlp
lo Honolulu. Quito a largo number ol
han Diego" people being desirous of
making tho tiiji to Iluwall In this waj,
plannliiK to lenuilu In tho Ixlaudu from
three to &l weekx.
II P. WOOD,
III the mutter of Carloi A Iiik, ad-
inniiBtrator, vs .lohn ). Holt ct !..
Hear and Dals, attornejB for ChrU-
tophcr and Kilnnnl S. Holt, hain mi.
ipeairci iioni tno electee of Jucli Hob-
iiiwiii dlxallowinR lounsel leex unci mi
a I Iowa ni e
His Ability Last
Tint Honolulu people nie iniixlc lov
trx wax pretty well ctcmonxtrated l.il
iIrIiI when, In xpllc of lheriiln, Hie
ball room or the Young Hotel w.iu
totnptetcly filled lij those who Ind
braved mud and the chnncex of n cfo'xl
isettitiR to hrar the lluchly recital.
JikIrIiir fioin the cxirrxxloux of
most of tiinn after the eu'iit, the; felt
IheiiiBeUcx reji.ild rui imj illsco'nrott
lurtdent to Rotting lo and rioiu the
hotel. Mr llucblj, ioeltier with hlx
nxxlxtantx or the occibiofi. Mm. 'Inire
McV. Matknll mid Mrx. I.. Tennj Peck.
Jibase.l them ill and they pxprcct
nun li Rralint.itlon that llouolubi Ii.ih
tnuxlchiux of xiieh marked abllltj
Mr lluchlj'x llrxt number wax u ho
nnln liv Corelll AlthoiiRh u pleaxliiK
compoxltlon and well rcndeird, li
railed to elicit the enthusiasm lh.ii
wax xhown by the audience ul hlx w
unci number, a ballad and poUm.ibe m
Vleiixtemps. The two i.irtx or tnl
number weio well contrasted, the bal
lade a rcrr.iln throuRh which ran a
thread or melancholy, while the pol
rnalre wax brilliant In cliatactcr, coii
tiilnlnR parxni,ex that wcie well cci
ciliated to deiiionxtralo tho IccIiiiImiI
kklll of tho former,
follow Iiir Mr HikMj'k llrxt nunil"
Mix, Mac kail k.iiir Njmjdietf et Ml-1
..iliix, by llcmbirR, a I'rench ineloch
rill I of phpi.tncj mid tciidetcd with J
cbarmliiR exiirexxlou, Her second V
nuiuber wax i oiiipiixcil of three lelcc (j
lions, rriihllnRhnaiht, by Anlierfelf,
An i:lle'H .Soiir bj While; and l.'i
Hcr.in.itn liv liwll The tlnee muirs j
ttire Biilllcieutlj dirferent In ehaiaeter1?
to affonl decided Mil Ic tj. and wete leu J
deieel with ,i xklll anil ilearnexx of tone t
that piocl.ilmcd Mrx. Maekull the an
1st hbe undoubtedlj Ix. I
The ficeond part ol the pioRinm Mi
Uue'ilj lieR.m with Kill Nldiel. lij Max
llriich Thlx xelectlon was ill Mroms
lonti.ixl lo the earlier niinibrni nml '
vx perhaps the best retidered of ali
MADE ON A PROFIT OF BUT 15 PER CENT
,11m performer' xelcqllunx of the een
'liiR. It ntfoiilcii iljoiiug'iitiultj j
to dinw out to-llHlJMll' " "fi M
violin. Tiiemih If nil ran u iiIciixiiir'
luelodj' lll.it-, bjiMnliVd parJtlcuLu'lj;' to
Mix Mm kail followed thlx number
ullli the nrla fioin Kanihon it Dvlll.i,
".Moii,oeur x'ouvre u la Milx." .Mt
Hue lily's last number wan In three
pints. The Coepiette, a light unci
frothy little (ompodtlou, wax well In
kccpluR with Itx name and gao tho
music Ian oppoiliinlty to show whut he
could do with tho Ihiu-. That most
people are best pleated with xoniothiiR
ttiat they know wan ilriimnHtiiitrcl b.
Hie npphiuo that p'eeli'd the rendition
nt a Polish Dame, by WlnlawHkl, ami
u HtiiiRarlan Dance by llralimx. The
last, espcelallj-, wax mm irerouxly ap
plaudeil, and Mr. Hut lily icxpondcd
with a I la IT inv.itlna that wax Rreatlj
Tho iHORrnm toucluibel with Mr.i.
Mae Kail's rendition of lliailx SprlliR
lline, by Wlckcde. Thlx wax one ot
leer best number and theie wax no one
present who wax not sorrj when Blm
Mm. I. Tcnnj Peck'x aitoinp.inlnient
un (he piano wax exielleul, ax alwujx,
ond went far toward m.ikliiR the alT.iir
the Hiiciexx that II wax
Mr. Iluchlj elrmoiibtrateel hlx ability
tix ti JoliulhT;and those- who heard lilm
will wait with eiiRernesx nnothir op
portunity ituc.li nx wax arTorilcd them
An Open Letter
FJtOM THE MAXWELL-BIUSCOr. MOTOR COMPANY.
TO AUTOMOBILE BUYERS:
You've said yoursslf and licatd others say "I'll buy an automobile when prices aic reason
able." Well then, bu now. For we arc selling Maxwell automobiles on as close a margin
nnd as small a profit as any other manufacturing business. Wc would open our books to you
with perfect frankness to show the actual cost of manufacturing, the cost of material, of our
labor arid would prorr that the profit to us on Maxwell cm is less than IS per cent., and,
knowing this, ypu will agree that we have brought the era of legitimate pnecs.
At the time of organization, one question to decide was, what would be our policy. First,
would wc make cheaper priced cars coircsponding in power, in size and in design to those
mndc by existing comnoiiics, selling them at n legitimate profit and nt a price from $200 to $300
less, or should wc build cars with the "stuff" in them, making them $200 or $300 better?
That is, costing us $200 lo $300 more, but selling them at the same price ? Wc decided on
this latter policy, the result of which has been that with ar existence of a little over two yean,
the Maxwell sales arc second largest in America, and the Maxwell is considered among popular-priced
cars as the Mnndard by which all others arc judged.
We can build cbctper automobiles, wc can use chcaprr materials, wc can economize in la
bor, wc can build car?, for instance, to sell at $500. yes. even for $300. Some carriage makers
make $10 buggies, some piano makers make $100 pianos, but they arc not Brewster buggies,
they arc not Stcinway pianos. No more aic cheap cars Mnxuclls The difference lies in
The Maxwell, Runabout at $825. Hie Maxwell Touring Car at $1,450, nnd the Maxwell Car
Dc Luxe at $3,000 ars the best automobile values in the mirkct lotlny for the money.
These, Mr. Reader, arc facts. Frankly, wc aic nt a loss to understand why men still buy
automobiles with the engine under thr body, with the single chain-drive, with wooden bodies.
Such bitjers consider first cost only, they forget the eo3t of maintenance. The "pass up" sim
plicity, reliability and comfort.
Yon want proof. Ask a Maxwell owner, psk one who Ins driven his rnr thnutands of miles
with practically no "itr keep," no cost of naintci'niicc. Ask tiie man of the family, for the
Maxwell is piccmincnily the "American Family Civ" Remember lh.it out nf what you spend
for a Maxwell, as small a portion represents the piofits made as in nny standaid article you buy.
MAXWEI.L-BRlfCOE MOTOR COMPANY,
N" Tnrrylown, N. Y.
THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF THE FAMOUS MAXWELL CARS HAS
INSPECTION IS INVITED AT THE GARAOE.
The Von Hamm-Young Co.,
PtTIV mi ENDED
BY SUPREME li
ALLEN LAUNCH BEAT
The Biipn me Court tills inoriilur.
Landed dowi ) i ' ' n In the uise of
Ham T MlMx n .Ion., ' ".er
'1 In; ili-iltihiii Ix In faor or Mills, u -IllllllR
til" exceplleiiix uiken lij Walkei ,
to the JuilRiueiit or the t'lre nil Court I
I his ease' Iiiih been III the ceiurlH lor
a Ioiir time, mil .ilthoiiRh oulj n sin ill
matter. IumiIWiir a suit for but $.M,
has taken more time than the l.anal
case Mills hi ought salt last Ko em
ber liefene the District Maclstii.ti'!
iirjIiisI Walker to rceoor the sum ot
$51, the price or certain roocIh sold l
(he dercnel.iut by lr,Hi)?r & Co.j
that conipim haQf H)-fid the
claim to Ml I l.i .ludRiucuL wax euti'icd
lor the plaintiff, with costs, etc ,
umiiiiutlUK to f31.SH 'Hie drTcuel.int
appcalc el, hut on motion of the plaln-
tlir, the appeal was dismissed because
taken fioin a Judgment by default. 'I he
ease eanic heroin the Siipicmo Court on
the defendant's exception to the older
or the I'lieult Court dismissing the ap
peal 'Hie Supieme Court now uphold
the Clicult IiiiIro and en el rules the
Eee Our Fine Quality
I ORIENTAL GOOOS
1120 Nuiunu Street, near Hotel,
have opened horteiliot.
big department In r.onnnc
Hon with their carrlag
(hop, etc. Having aeeur
d the aervlcea of a flrat
data ahoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a flrat
clue manner, ;: :;.;; :;
The (ieiniau Havings unci Ij.iii So
eletj, or Han Franc Isio, one or tho de
IcndaiitH in tho suit hioiiRht by Tux
Asbcssor J.imi"! I Holt, iiRnlnst tho
Kaplolanl Ilslalo et ul , has fllid its
P. E R. Strauch
Furnlahtd Sr. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
lor swimming. Mountain air. 8ta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$16. per m.
Tho gasoline launch which arrival
this inoinliiR on tho Kelciio for Mn.
H. V Allen Is iciliilnly a little beaut;.
It Is only .'12 feet In length but bus nil i
ine Loinciiieuces wiucii cuuiu ue loiina
on many larger vessels ot ttu kind. An
other feature that will be ioin appie.
elated than .my olllei 1.4 the hpeeel ol
tho little craft. It ix fitted with u 10
1'oisepowcr, 100 revolution, Htuuduul
engine and will go through the water
faster than any launch in the harbor,
pnleas all calculations mo astruj'.
When tho launch wax taken aboaid
the lleleuo In San Pranclbco harbor II
was brought alongside miclci Its own
motive powet unci on tho way to the.
Helciiu had ,t thoit brush with tho
Comet, tho fuMcbt launch owned by
Crawley, the owner or u largo number
of lino launcliea on the San riunclsco
watertionl. The Allen launch did not
conio out second best cither, bat
thowed a clean pair of heels to Wi
'iiituRonlbt. doliiR better wmk than
(.mono thought that she could do
Tim Allen launch hau cry pretty
lines and looks as If she would bo a
Eood boat in a hcaiy tea though, die
will piobably not hao any very Eticn
uciux weathoi to eotittnd with heic.
Her trljia will probably bo confined lo
cruises between heie nud I'eail Hur-t'or.
The Weekly Kdltlon or tno Rrenlng
flullclln River a coniplo nummary nf
iho iicna of tbo dtT. Kor SI y-
gp- BULLETIN ADS. PAV
Corset Covers Come
Time bus elapsed since ordering them hut they arc equal to ex
pcctatlons 1 1 daintiness and quality.
The r re are spring styles, substantially made'and so daintily
trimmed 'li. t they will increase tbo pretty effect of any shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The sizes include all measurements, and the prices are:
IDc, 25c, &0c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, II. DO.
Your Inspection is solicited.
MUUANU betw, HOTCL nd KING STrtELt Q.
You (ricd it on Sunda y and liked it.
meat from us the rest of the week?
Why not get your
BLIIETANIA, ALAKCA AND UNION STREETS.
; !! 4 : :
74 8. KING ST.
tho Dulletin office.
cards on sale at
In hot wcalhcr
tiffhl - Til ting
it Micky ini
l .ltMtl' ""
.j. I jccmtO'l
D i a w o r s
end Le cool
Acupt no imitation, we tell the onjinil.
(Identified byB.V.D. red woven label)
A complete selection ef all lizes and
t) Its for sale by us.
:n hut weather depends on what you
wcr next to your ttl.in. Aulomohilc
rides, electric fan, cold diinks, won't
mnkc you forget the discomfort of
tiiuni, closc-fittnifi: enrracnts. Suh
r.tittitc B . V . I) . UNDERWEAR
Ailb BE IIAPrY.
COR. MERCHANT AND FORT STS.
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