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Take Off Your Hat
A Clean-Up Sale
und put on t
Former Interpreter ls;Testimony Being Taken
Charged with Running Before Commissioner
Gambling Game In Case
Now In Progress
Tremendous Cut in Prices For
One Week Only
FiaURED AND STRIPED
12 l-2c quality ....8 yd.
Hundreds of patterns to select
ISo quality 0 yd.
10 2-3o quality... 10 yd.
in pretty designs:
20o quality ...12W yd.
40c quality 20 yd.
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES:
20c quality 10 yd.
ORGANDIES, fine and sheer:
25c quality 15 yd.
Avail Yourself of This Sale
SEE OUR WINDOW. DISPLAY AND NOTE PRICES.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS GO., LTD.
THE STORE THAT KEEPS THE PRICES DOWN.
can't be very particular about the water they drink. 5
have the great advantage of being able to have the purest table
A natural mineral water from a famous spring,
delivered right to our homes in a case of 50 bottles for $4.50.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
Corset Covers Come
Time hai elapsed since ordering them but they are equal to ex
pectations In daintiness and quality.
The covers are spring styles, substantially made and so daintily
trimmed that they will Increase tho pretty effect of any shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The sizes Include all measurements, and the prices are:
15c, 25c, 60c, 76c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
Your Inspection Is solicited.
NUUANU betw. HOTEL and KINQ STREETS.
. a day is correct, and you should have meat at two of them. Let
us remind you that ours is the best raised in the Islands Ten-
,. der, Fat and Elegant .
' Beretania, Alakea
SILK MIXED WASH
65c quality 25 yd,
SOLID COLOR AND FIG
20c quality . ...12tt yd.
25c quality 15 yd.
50c quality 35 yd.
35c quality 20 yd.
40c quality 25 yd.
in pretty colorings:
60c quality 40 yd.
to Provide Material for Light
and Union. TtJU
The rnse of the Tcrrllorj s "Wil
lie" Cmwforil. once I lie Chinese Intel-
pretor In the Circuit Court, on u
charge of runtilim o gambling house.
was rotnincnceil this morning before
JiuIrc Robinson, Tho cane In lielng
tried before a Jury of only ten mem
bers, tills being done by eonrent of
lioth ntturncjs, on ucrouiil of the fuel
thai John DiiKgaii, a member of the
Jury, was called to San rrunclwo by
llie II rut witness put on the stand
was A. I'. Tat lor, who at the time the
offense Is alleged to have been com
mitted, was a reHjrter on tho staff of
the iiiomltiK natier. lie wns only nuked
a question or two and then withdrawn
by the prosecution and a Chinaman
named Tom l.uni substituted, l.uni
gave direct testimony In regard to tho
locntlon of the game and testified that
Crawford was running the Illegal
Claw ford Is being defended by Judge
Gear, while Deputy Attorney General
I'rosser Is conducting the offence. It
ib alleged that at almost the same time
he was running his own gambling
game, Crawford not acting as Chinese
Interpreter In cases against gamblers
which weie being tried In the Circuit
I Special to the Ilulletln
Wolluku, Feb. 9. Emboldened by
the easo with which they proved their
Innocence before Judge McKay )ostci-
day, tho twenty-four Chinks seem to
hao considered themselves Invulner
able from police attacks and again In
dulged In the great Oriental pastime
of swapping wash tags, and embit
tered by their defeat the pollco again
got near to the center of Oriental at
traction mid hid themselves where they
could see and not bo seen by the In
nocent twenty-four Chinks. They saw
tho Chinks leave tho gamo ono by one
us each man lost ull his wash tags ami
tho process went along very much llkn
the nursery rlijmc about tlto "ten ill'
tie niggers who went n-sn Intuitu' a
shark caught ono then there were nine,
etc., etc." Towards o clock in tliu
morning tho twenty-four had dwindled
down to five, the game ended and the
most Intel cstlng part took place when
the banker produced the money and
tho live unlucky Chinks proceeded to
ixchango their wash tags for coin of
tho realm. Just then the police put in
an njijicnranco mid tho wholo outfit
tnken to tho pollco station, lleforo
Judgo McKay today four pleaded guil
ty and ueio each fined $5 apiece and
ono forfeited Ills ball, $10, nnd now tho
Hand Orientals will seek borne, other
way of beating the jhiIIco while. In
diilglng In tho traditional pastlmo o't
Tho raid was planned and executed
by our new and popular deputy sher
iff, Chas. Lake.
PATRIOTS TO ORATE
Plans for the patriotic exercises to
ho held In the assembly room of tho
Alexander Young Hotel on the evening
of Washington's birthday uro prac
tically complete. President ijlllugcr
of tho Hawaiian Society of tho Sons
of tho American Revolution, has so-
cured Governor Carter as tho presiding
olflccr of tho occasion.
Tho representatives of tho various
schools who will compete, havo been
selected as follows: Junius I'ahla. Ka
inehamclm schools; Hlchard Norman
Mossman. Jr.. Kojal school: James
Neal, St. Louis Collego; Florence Hoff
mann, Oaliu College, and Miss Agues
Cussldy. High School. Theso repre
sentatives hnvo been selected by com
petitive exercises in their respective
schools. Kncli will bo awarded n prize,
the speaking on Friday night not bo
lug In the naturo of a contest.
It is honed there will bo a largo out
turning of tho public on this occasion.
The W. C. T. U. will meet In the
pa'rlors of Central Union Church at
2:30 tomorrow afternoon. Tho mem
bers will bo addressed by tho Hov. Mr.
Wndman on tho "Tempcrauco Out
look in Hawaii."
"Togo," a bulldog, raUed In I'ueblo,
has been taken to Goldflcld, Nov., to
fight for n $5000 purse. Dog lighting is
not sport. It Is tho most degrading
kind of brutality, and is frowned upon
In all self-respecting communities.
What makes this particular caso mora
shocking than usual is that "Togo"
was purchased by tho sheriff of the
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished Sr. cottage, Manos Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Largs Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line, 117,00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$16. par m.
74 8. KINQ ST.
Tho rnxe of the United Stnies s
Wilder & Co., Allen & Itoblnsoii. nnd
lowers ic Cooke wns commented In
the Federal Court this morning. The
three firms are chaj-ged with Molal
Itig tho provisions of the famous Sher
man Act, which prohibits combinations
In restrain of trade, und from this tho
uise has become common!) known as
tho "Lumber Trust" case
U. H. District Attornc) Ureckons ap
pears for the Government, assisted by
J. J. Dunne of his ottlec, while for tho
defendants D. I- IWthlngton appcurs
for Lew cm & Cooke, Atloriicjs Olson
and Stanley for Allen At Hoblnson, and
Attoines Hemcnwa) and Judd for
Wilder & Co.
Secretary Charlock, of the Hoard of
Health was tho llrsl witness placed on
the stand and was still testlf)ing when
the court adjourned for the noon rc
tess. He was culled on to Identify u
large number of letters, offers, bids
und rejections for material for tho erec
tion of a number of buildings for tho
Hoard of Health from lt00 till tho
piesent time. The papers mentioned
arc part of tho records of the Hoard
of Health and are under Charlock's
charge. The attorneys for Allen At
Itobluson and for I.'wers & Cooke ob
jected to the admission of this testi
mony on the ground that the two firms
were not Incorporated till January,
11)01. Objections on tho ground that
the evidence was Immaterial wcio
made by the lawyers fur all three de
Tho testimony U belli? taken under
tho supervision of U. 3. Commlsslouef
Frank Hutch and will take up a num
ber of days.
ROADS WILL SHOW,
WHERE MONEY WENT
Itpeclol to the Ilulletln
Lahaluu, Feb. 15. A correspondent
of the Ilulletln at Walluku recently le
ported that thcio was much adverse
criticism of the Maul Supervisors tlicre.
Tho slender foundation for criticism Is
evident If one considers facts. Mr.
Henuliig, chairman of tho County Su
pervisors, showed this today in conver
sation with a Uulletlu mau. Asked
about It, ho said: "Oh, It's tho same
story. Wulluku wants ever) thing.
Ho then took tho printed financial ex
penditure report of both Maui and
O.ilui and showed by the figures thai
the article In question had mlsrepie
scutcd some fuels.
The criticism wns that Maul bad too
large a jhiIIco expenditure and thai
too little wus expended on road work
Also, that peaceful Maul had us large
ihiIIco force as turbulent Oaliu, on
account of home men lately being giv
"As a matter of fact," sa)8 Mr. Mea
ning, "If they will read theso two lu
I oris of money expended In each coun
ty, they can seo that it Is Just the op
posite. Oaliu has spent $100,877 on
police protection, whllo Maul has spent
$50,000 which J ou seo Is $50,000 loss."
Mr. Heunlng smiled when iiuestioneil
about the iccciit enlargement of tho
"Why, )cs, wulluku got two moie
ixillccmcn und llonokohnii mid Maka
wao ono each; ono of theso gets $:'0 a
"As regards a small road expendi
ture, this icjKirt shows our county has
used almost as much money as Oaliu.
And tho roads show for It too. Look
at Wulluku s streets and that concrete
Walluku Is tho only placo on Maul
that gets an appropriation for side
walks. Anyway tho comparison of tho two
counties on this subject has n ten
dency toward tho absurd. Oaliu has
no Molokal upon which to spend $G,000
und get back $:000.
MILITIA BOVS M
Special to the Bulletin)
talillmt, Feb. 15, This placo will bo
represented In Co. I of the. Territorial
mllltln at tho s early encampment.
Nino boys will go from hero. Quito
n number of others wcro going but ou
account of sickness and a future iuau
to bo given will not go. Tho Lahalna
wharf for three, nights has been tho
tccno of much military activity. Clem
Crowcll. first sergeant of Co. I, from
Walluku. has been drilling tho moil
and although they havo bad no prior
drilling lo has lu a remarkably short
time got them h they understand tho
manual of arms and can execute Hank
movements like veterans.
NowBimncrs nnd magazines have
done much to make the llfo of a rookie
In tho regular army familiar to the
reading public. It's a Joko there to
what It Is to bo a rookie in the militia
Hero largo crowds have rovlowcd ev
cry drill and tho crowd has been vol
ublo In comments and asides. Ily da
Ing post drill one night, tho guard was
rather confused when lie gave his post
number and "a.i s well," when no
eluniblcd on tho number a woman lu
tne crowd, possibly his wlfo, loudly
volunteered the information that ho
could say "sevcn-olovcn,"
Blank books of all sorts, ledger
etc., inannfactur ed by tbe BulUtln Pub
The critical look direc
ted to the
always becomes an admir
ing glance and the wear
ing assures confidence in
the style and comfort.
W. tat. tltt limna loft .. t.ikr
H.W la .11 tie l.u.t MWi.
TO EVERY SIDE-B0ARD IS A BOTTLE OF
Welsh's Grape Juice
Not only is it a delightful drink, but it makes the most de
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
J. M. Levy & Co.,
'FH0NE MAIN 140.
JIM I "? ?
nUW dl ndllli Want your clothes mids
to your measure by a tai
lor, If you could get them
WE HAVE TO OITIiR YOU for the same price as you
.,,,, , , , , pay for ready-to-wsars (or
GoUHmIi, In IiIocIcm . . . .
We make rjarments that
Cod Uouh, have Individual distinction
Smoked Salmon, and 0ve h wearer a
grace and style not ac-
Spiced Ancliovlo, quIred , ready.t0.wearl.
Mollcit-id, QlMmiirck In other words, they fit
find and give satisfaction for
ftlurrtmitod Hurrlnj; the sarin prlco.
srdinuH Geo. A. Martin.
end ull klntlM of HOTEL 8TREET.
Gunned PImIi .
iieiiry Aiay CC t0f, 0 Cot(age, ttnd leasehold Interest at
United Cunha's Lane. These houses are con
nected with sewer and bring a month
Phone Mtiln 32 . . . , .-ncn
, ly rental of $72.50.
Fine Lot of Driving and Saddle
Horses To Arrive this Week
Tel. Main 109
Good workmanship guaranteed or
money refunded. Felt, straw and
Panama hats cleaned satisfactorily.
Felix Turro, our cleaner, did the ex
cellent work for the Expert Hat
Cleaners up to Feb. 3, 1007.
Hats called for and delivered.
1154 Fort St. opp. Convent.
Phone Main 493.
Felix Turro, Prop. Alf, Dumbs, Mgr.
Exquisite designs in Teneriffe squares
wheels, Doilies, Scrafs and tea cloths.
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Moana, Young and Hawn. Hotels.)
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
Then look in the class, and you will not only find your gener
al appearance improved 100 per cent., but you will alio feel 100
per cent, better.
STETSON The Hat For You!
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
Fort and Merchant Streets.
KINO STREET NEAR FORT.
C. F, Uilliland,
923 FORT STREET.
For Over 60 Years
1NI). who .ptrfect mcceM. IT E
bOOTIIltH tho CI11LD, BOl'TENB
tllV UUMO, JVILAir
CURES WIND COLIC, and ll tho
by Drugeliu la every part of tho
world, llo lure and ak for Mrs.
wuulow'a SoolblnK Byrupond talo
nooincr suiu. w vcus a Bonis.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT 8T. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIOHT CALL, PHONE DLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAOER
EXPERT MANICURING for ladles
and gentlemen. Scalp treatment
and facial massage, at
MRS. DORIS E. PARIS' PARLOR8,
1156 FORT ST. opposite CONVENT.
OF ALL KIND!,
Oialer in Lumber mo Sopi
ALLEN & "ODINSON,
QUEEN ST., :: M HONOLULU
Every success has its own spe
Ours is to supply you with
good butter and fresh, whole
Wc are in the field to serve.
We ask for a chance to please
and guarantee if favored a sat
TRY OUR HOME SMOKED
HAMS and BACON
They Have Quality and Flavor.
Use Carnation Cream with yoni
cereal and you'll reproach your
self for not having done so be
fore. Its richness is such that it
can be reduced one-half without
lessening its rarely delicious fla
Is alwnjs uniform in finality. The
product ol licrils of lie.iltliy, content
til cow s. l-;nKiratcd mid sterilized,
it is absolutely Keim nnd bacteria
Itec. You will find it a (wrftct
shortening;, far preferable to cooking
Doyoullkr Otimil Ctikltn? Mlfca ItMtttln
IUi CinuUvn Crtam ini mark how aory it Is,
HENRY MlY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
Men Who Build
wagons and carriages are certainly
able to repair them. That is the rea
son why the workmen in our Repair
Department do the highest-clast
work in the Territory. A Special b
Made of Fainting.
SCHVMAN CARRIAGE CO,.
Queen St., bet. Fort and Alakea.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLA8S DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
8undays by appointment.
F. L. FERQUSON, D. D. 8., Manager.
HOTEL 8T. opp. Union, Arlington btk.