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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II MONDAY. MAUCII 2 19(18
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The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered in Honolulu
PRICES THAT HAVE NEVER BEEN EQUALED.
NOW IN FULL SWING
IOC a yard
The largest assortment ever on display in Honolulu.
full sizes and good sewing.
10c rnc.li; now 25c
Riic each; now 35c
""" each; now .... 50c
l (iH each; now . . 50c-65c
JIBS cuh; now G5c-75c
J I r.n ciirli; now 75c-00c
M2ft Shirts, now 75o
l no Skins, now 90c-$1.00
II 7.1 Skirts; now S1.00-S1.25
12 no Skirts;
2 50 Skills,
$H 0(1 SklrtH;
Thcv will be closed out regardless of original price.
Skirts of choicest materials in Serge, Voil, Foi du Soic, Taffeta, etc.
IHntV Voil Skirts 120 00. . Reduced to $11.00
Mack vll SklrtH 25 oo ...Reduced to $13.00
lilnck Voil Skirts $14.00 ..Reduced to $9.50
lilmk Voil SklrtH . 125o. Reduced to S 7.50
White Sorgo Ml.oo,, . Reduced to $ 8 00
White Sorgo 10 on Reduced to S 6.75
White Serge T.r.o ..Reduced to $5.00
lilmk T.iitiin tsfi.oo. . . Reduced to $12 50
lilmk Tarrctn $17.00. .Reduced to $9.50
lilnck Taffeta Mfi.oo . . , Reduced to $8.50
I'ol ilu Sole ir,.oo. .Reduced to $8.50
Panama SklrtH -, ,',$10.00. . Reduced to $5.00
Mixed Material i l.fi . Reduced to $3.00
Mixed .Material $ 2.r,o . Reduced to $ 1.50
from 1 to 12 years
Colored Dresses for Oirh from 2 to 12 Years.
1 1 2.1 Drcsios, now
$ 1 hi) Dresses, now
$ 1 75 Dresses, now
S 2 25 Drrmci, now
White- P K. Sailor Sil'lis," $260,' reduced to'.'.' ........
Lawn Dresses for Ages from 6 to 14 Years.
$ I 7 Reduced to
$2 2fi Reduced to
-' fo Reduced to
'1 lifimpi iui'h (llovo Pitting CihhcIii,
fninniiH for fanlilon nnil comfort.
rir Reduced to 60o
$t oo Reduced to 75c
fi " Reduced to $1.15
l 7B Reduced to $1.25
-""' Reduced to $1.50
$3 oo Reduced to $2.00
7i Gowns, now 50c
$1 on Cnu in, now 05c
$1 2.-1 (imviiK, now 75c
$ i no downs, now 85c-$1.00
$1 7.-. Gowns, now $1.00-$1.10
$J on Gowns, now $1,10-$1.25
10 luclin wide In naijt. gicy, black,
wlillo and lirnwii. 75 50c a yard,
lltstk flguicd nliiaca, 75c to 25c a yd.
Ladles' I.nwii, Mull nnil Silk waists
In u'varloli ot stjlcs, with long or
$ I ill) Waists, now 90c
.! 00 Waists, now $1.15
$ j no Wnlsts. now $1.50
$.1 00 Waists, now $2 00
$:i no Waists, now $2.15
Mnnilny will witness horo some re
markable selling In embroideries. An
ticipate vour iicciIh and get a Rood
siipplj at tlio low prices.
Ladles' elbow length silk glnvei In
whlto mid black.
1 1 "S Reduced to . $1.35
$ 1 Reduced to . . $1.15
Lisle (llovrs in white and lilnck.
$1 2r. Reduced to $1.00
I o Reduced to
at S2.C0, $3 00, $3.50, $4 00 ,ind
27 Indus wide. In all shades,
40o per yd.
in while and ecru .1 & S l
l 2n Reduced to
$1 Bo Reduced to
$2 00 Reduced to . . .
$2.2.1 Reduced to . ...
$2 BO Reduced to . .
$3 Bo Reduced to . . .
Wiudi Hulls for bojs from
$1 00 Suits, now .. ..
now . .
now . .
2 )ds long
. 75c pair
II to 8 venrs
3 Br a pair, now
Boc a pnlr, now .
"Br 11 pair, now
aoc n pnlr, now
II 00 a pair, now
$1 2S a piir. now
$1 B0 a pair, now .
India I.lnon. 10 Inches wldo.
25c tjunlltv. now . 20c a yd.
lot Quality now 15c a yd.
K.c Quality, now 12 l-2c a yd.
While Organdce, 40c (Juiillty,
now . , 25c a yd.
Dimities, 20c (jiiilltj, nowl5c a yd.
Dimmer. 25c (Jinlilj, now 3 yds 50c
Long Cloth. Hn Quality,
new . . 12 l-2c a yd.
Lour Cloth, 25c duality,
now . . . 20c a yd.
Nainsook, 25c Quality,
now 3 yds. 50c
J-ll It 1 JIM.
HOME NEWS OF "OTHER ISLAND" TOWNS
Mould lie tho dlslaiiru tint (lie child
lien Mould Invo to trjivol, tho few llv 1
IliiR furlhcT awnv being transferred lo
lionoinn or Papalknu " 1
NEW PLAN FOR BETTER RE
SULTS IN THE COUNTRY
llilo, loh, 27 A rouplu or innull.s
ngo tho Ho nil of education appioved
n project for centralizing (ho public
hchoolit at Oiiumoii and Pepcekeo Into
imo sihool at Kiilalinano, and It mih
decided thai, before putting tho plan
into execution, a petition In faor of
II, rinni I he icildcnts of North llilo
In tin.' locnllt), slioiild ho Bceiiiod.
'"I Ik 10 Is no Idea of tcononiy," said
School Inspectoi King when explain
Iiir the matter to lliu Herald, "and It
In not pioposed to 101I1110 tho miniliur
of teachers. It Is bollevod tli.it hot
ter tosults will ho obtained hy tho
(oiitr.ilinitloii of tho two seliools In
OiiuHtlim Tho distance btweon them
is onlj thrm nillca Tho now build
ing will ho just about hair wu tin
Iwtcn tlioiii Incliidlns lliiiionni and
r.ipalkou llioio arc- fiur rrhools with
In n dlstanco of i.ihimi miles on tho
Count) road lluiru aro a fuw rhlld
leu now lhliiK hound Onomva and
l'upcekui vrlumlH who ninj ro to Iho
r.ipilkiui 01 lloniiniii sihool, tho lat
lor Indus 2,i mlli-s from IVpookoo,
1. in Papalkou IilIuk two miles finni
"At Onomc.i tlicio Is a two room
wlionl lioiiho for S.'i rhlliliin At I'e
jicokeo thoro Is a two room hiilldlnK
lor 219 children, tho prownt enroll
munt, and It will soon h nccosBiiry
to liulld iinothor room. 'At each plan
(I1010 Is, of coiiiso, tho school lot and
fenro to ho cared for Undor tlic
rcntnillz'v)l(iii plan ihoio would ho
line tcliool hoiiiv of ll rooms at
Kiilalmnno, aluo a eottHRn of sonoii
looms for tho tonchora Thcro would
tileo ho ono lot and fence.
"Tho school p pepeekeo is ono
inlli' off the County road, nenror tho
llautallon whlcli furnlslios 71 rlilld
1011 'I he Kulalmano sihool would
ho on kov eminent land on tho Coiiutv
10ml, midway liutween l'upeokeo and
Onuiuuu, l',i miles from each und that
YOUNG JAPANESE CHRISTIANS
llilo Teh 'i "Tho jouiiKcr .lapi
iiebe who are helm; hroiiKht up and
odutated In the Tcrrllorj of Hawaii
lire adopthiK Christianity to tho old
Hiitlilliist ioIIkIoii ! 1 lie I r own louu
This rcmaik was made to tho
lit raid l Ile K HlKiahl. of Hie
llilo t'hilhtlau Churdi, who auountx
fur (lie eliaiiKo in Iho ioIIrIoiis liellif
of tho jouiiKt'r .lnianeso, or their Mil
Hillary adoption of Chrlstlaultj in
their jontli, as (lie result ot emigra
tion, settlement or hirlh In a new and
effects of a Krcater tUlllzatlon, and
of Americ.ui oducatlon
Tlio older .lapaiU'Po who ramo hero
j cars ago, and those of inaturer jeurs
who hiuo como heio moro recently,
adhcro to their Iluddhist licllef, and
it Ib not ro.iRcuialilu to expect that
the) would m iko any cli.uiKe Hut
tho adoption of Christian!!! Ii tho
oiinser .lapauehe' is reKinlcd as a du
elded adiaiieo step in tho national
iloulopiucnt as It must, later, spruul
to tho Japanese Kmpirc Ittplf.
LOST THEIR BOY
(Special to tlio Ilu I lot 1 11)
Walluku. Maul, Kch 2S. Mr. and
Mrs T M. Church have tho full sjm
patliy of taili host of friends In Maul
County in tho Irreparalilo loss suffer
ul hy them in the death of their file
ear-old sou Thomas, who died of
pneumonia at I'ala this Trlday morn
Iiir. Or W r McConkoy was tlio
attcndlnB phjsiclan Tlio funeral
look placo this afternoon and was
wry largely attended, mnn from
Walluku and Kiihulut heltiK present
both at tho sorWccs and at tho grave
INJUNCTION SUIT TO CLOSE A.
H0AD ON MAKAWA0
Chumscn Chun, prutcgo of tho em
press downgor of China and graduato
of tho collego of agrltiilturo of tho
l!nlcrslt of rulifornla with tlio
(lass of 1907, han been marto dlrectoi
of tho agriculture experiment station
at Mukden, Mnnehiirla
Miss Cornelia II Harrlman, daugh
ter ot I!, II Haiilmau, Is a patient it
Johns Hopkins Hospital, llaltimore,
because ot a told which nettled In ono
of her ears. Her condition Is not se
(Special to Iho Ilu Hot In)
Walluku, Maul, IVh. 2S -I'rank
Itolicllci of Omaoplo, Makawao, Maul,
( no of thoso who bought homesteads
from tlio C'loveniiiicnt, has hy his at-
torne), .1. M. Vivas, filed a hill of In-
Jiimtlou iigalnst tho County of Maul
In pnncnt Count) olUdals from In
tcrforiiiR In tho full enjoyment ot
his lights and privileges iib 11 land
owner of Maul County guaranteed
him hy tho Organic Act. It teems
that tlio old (locrnmcnt road from
Kill 1 tn Kithului passing through the
lands of Omaoplo and Kallalinui, was
closed hy plaintiff some time ago and
ho opened up aunthor road by which
Kiila pcoplo can get to Kaluilul. Mrs,
It. Alana of Makawao has n pic
lanch ut Knllnllnut and tno closing
up of tho old road greatly Interferon
with tho peaceable transportation ot
hor v. agon-load of pigs to Kaluilul to
he shipped to tho Honolulu marl et.
Deputy SherllT IMgar Morton of
Makawao und I. Mm Tempsky, man
ager of Haleakala ranch, whlcli cor
poration owns tho Kiillallniii iihu
puna, tut tho wire fento put up hy
tho pluintirr. The plaintiff Mailing
that County officials woro Interfering
with Ills property, complained to
County Attorney I). II. Caso about
the mutter, and tho latter advised
tho said I'rank Ilohollo to post up
on his premises tho following notlco:
' I'rom and after data Doc, 1, 1907,
tho drlvoway ucrosB this property
will be closed to tho public. Signed
1' Ilobello ct ul " Tho wire was
again cut notwithstanding this no-
lite, 1.0 tho plaintiff was forced to Is
sue mi Injunction to stop tho County
officials from committing any fur
ther Injury on his property.
Tlio matter was heard before. Cir
cuit Judge A. N. Kepolkal at Wal
luku Thursday morning. L) II. Caso
und J. L. Coke represented tho Coun
ty of Maul, defendant Mr. Vhim
filed a motion based on iimdavlts ot
J Ambrose und himself asking that
Mr. Caso ho not permitted to repre
sent tho County in tlio Injunction,
on tho ground that said County At
torney Case, prior to tho institution
of the Injunction, had already glcn
professional advice to and on behalf
of tho plaintiff.
County Attorncj Caso asked tho
Court that J. Ambrose- bo brought
into court, so as to Indicate himself
from the Insinuation Inferred hy tho
said affidavit ns though ho had re
ceived fees from the plaintiff for tho
aihlcc given hy him In his official
capacity, and before ho thoroughly
know tho circumstances of tho case.
Ha had giicn the said advlco In or
der to prevent litigation and ho
would do tho same thing again to
du If It wcro ncccsiar.
.Mr Vivas disclaimed any such In
sinuations in tho affidavit.
On motion the Court continued
tho hearing until March 9, ut which
time Mr Caso will put Mr. Ambrose,
under a hot cross-lire examination.
SHERIFF OF HAWAII LETS
MEN BUT SAYS "NO
Japan Demands That
China Shall Apologize
TOKIO, Tnriu, 1'eh 29 The Japanese Ooicrnment has demanded
nn cpulug! e id an Indemnity from China, for tlio selzuro of the Japan
ese ite.uner Talsu Mnru, which wna captured h the Chinese nuthnrltiei
while arms and ammunition were holng landed from the vessel nt Macau
I'cbruar 7. The vessel had clcurod from Kobe and tho Chlneso (lov
ernmcut made tho seizure on the claim that the munitions ot war wcro
Intended for the revolutionists of Southern China
It Is expected that tlio Chlneso (iovcrnmetit will how to tho Inevi
table and concede Japan's claims to both tho apolog) and tho money
Among tho returning passengers In
tho Korea was Miss Tower, who has
been several weeks In New York und
ether ttiiBtoru fashion-centers. Miss
Power, while In New York, personal
ly selected 11 beautiful assortment of
the latest millinery now In vogue,
which sho will soon have on exhibi
tion. Ono of tho most popular of tho
Hastorn creations Is tho "Morry Wid
ows" sailor. It Is all tho rago in
Now York and Chicago nnil Is bound
to t.iko here. Hut this Is only ono
of tho new styles there nro many
surprises In store for the drossy la
dles of tho city, all selected hy MIbs
I'owor with her usual good tasto and
An examination of tfio skeletons
lound at Klmhurst, Cat , shows tho
corpse to ho that of a man of proli
ably 15 jears of ago and ot medium
build A minute Inspection ot tho
bones wus made bj l)i It II. Ilveloth
ot Klmhuist, who found unmistakable
evidences of murder Tho skull had
been fractured above tho left car, und
tho hones cut clean.
llilo, Keli 2.'. Matters have been
moving In Hawaii police circles dilr
Ing the past week and as a result, nt
least half 11 doren members of the
Hawaii police forre will bo found ml
mis their stars, rortunately for llilo
none of tho lediic-cd officers hail from
thin district, hut soverul of tho out
side districts hnvo produced police
men who have como under tho dlsup
proving eyo of Sheriff Kcolamil
Homo huvo already been dismissed
und others hnvo been notlflod Hint
their services will bo dispensed with
with nt tlio end of thu month.
"There is no mctsslt for tho pub
licatlou of tho names of tho men who
nro no longer to ho policemen," said
Sheriff Kcolanul to u Trlhuno icpro
sentatlvo, "but a shaking up became
necessary There were certain re
ports made to mo not through Deputy
Sheriffs hut from private Individuals,
regarding tlio conduct of ccrtnln
policemen I look occasion to make
a completo enquiry In soverul of these
cases and decided that while tho ac
cused men might lie good enough In
some Hues of business, they woro not
fitted In be imllcomcn
"No new appointments have been
suggested so fur, but I do not think
that thcro will bo tho slightest diffi
culty In filling the places which lmvo
Tho Sheriff was informed that tho
comment had boon niuilo that politics
had something to do with tho remov
als, hut ho morel) laughed
"Politics cut 1111 llgtire at nil," he
said "Perhaps If overythlng should
bo told It might bo 11 caso of tno
much 'konoal ' "
.1 It domes, lecentl) eniploved In
11 Kaluilul store hus gom tu Naalchii,
Kan, Hawaii, to become u team over
beer for tho Hutchinson sugar plantation.
PUKING, China, Match 1 It lb announced that the Chlneso Gov
ernment will surrender tho Japanese steamer Tntsu, which was captured
wlillo landing arms and ammunition at Macao
SURPRISE FOR ADMIRAL EVANS
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 1 A movement is on foot to hnvo a
surprise awaiting Hc.ir Admiral llv huh oh his arrival ut San Prauclsco,
In tho form ot n commission for Vice Admiral.
CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN HAS RELAPSE
LONDON, Hngland, March 1. Right Honorable Sir Henry Campbell
llanncrmnn. Premier, hns suffered a relapse.
The Premier returned from tho south of Franco about a month ago
somewhat recuperated In health, hut jet fur from strong.
TORPEDO BOATS ARRIVE AT CALLAO
CAMjAO, Peru, Mnrcli 1. Tlio llotlllu of torpedoers has arrived
This shows that tho torpedo bouts are keeping well up In tlio vvnl.c
or tho battleship fleet, which was tu have salted from Lima on Saturday,
Lima, the Peruvian capital, Is clone to C'allao, the chief seaport of Peru.
YAQUI INDIANS ATTACK JAPANESE
(HJAYMAS, Mexico, IVIi 2!) niul Indians attacked a linden la
near hero today, killing three Japanese emplnvcs.
GREAT TAMPA, FLORIDA, FIRE
Florida, March 1 --Tho northern portion of this city has
Ono life was lost in the fire
AVALANCHE DESTROYS TOURIST HOTEL
IIIIUNK, Switzerland, March 1 An avnlancho has demolished a
tourist hotel. Thirteen aro dead
J , m9n 1
TERRORISTS PUT TO DEATH
ST PirrUUSIU'liG, Kmuln, March 1 Seven Terrorists liavo been
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Oj ibway of Y, B., A. J, C, 0., No. 00217,
and Guenort Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, N 0. C2304, at service at $10.
Tel. 890 The Fond Dairy
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