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EVENING nUlXHTIN, HONOLULU, T II, TtTSDAY MAIt 21, lflOS
White Easter Dresses
For Children and Misses ;
sizes, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and
14 years old, all at prices
to effect quick clearance.
All ready to put on for less
than the cost of material.
LOT 1 Two styles, made of fine lawn, some plain
tucked,' others trimmed with embroidery. SALE PBICE
v LOT 2 Made of fine India Linon, nicely trimmed
r with Valenciennes Lace and herringbone stitching. Sizes
C to 10 years. SALE PRICE $2.25.
LOT 3 Mndc of fine India Linon, trimmed with fine
embroidery. Sizes 4, G, 8, and 10 years. SALE PRICE..
m LOT 4 Made of fine India Linon with yoke of cm-
broidery, prettily trimmed With embroidery and insertion.
J Sizes 8 and 10 years. SALE PRICE $3.00.
g LOT 5 Made of fine French P. K., trimmed with
Cluny lace. Sizes 8 nnd 12 years. SALE PRICE. ,$1.00.
LOT C Made of Point de Sprit Net, trimmed with
dainty baby ribbon and neatly tucked, very pretty. Sizes
I 0, 8, 12, 14. SALE PRICE $5.00.
LOT 7 Made of fine Pin Dotted French Swiss. Yoke
W of Valenciennes Lace,. dress prettily trimmed with lace In-
d sertion and mcdalions. Sizes 10, 12, and 14 years. SALE
1 PRICE , $8.00.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEYBACK POLICY
A Pure Ginger Ale Perfectly Flavored Soda Water Any
jj TELEPHONE 71
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Just ahout half prioe to reduce stook
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Says -He Did Not Sav
What Lightfoot Said
.IuiIro Aiiilr.ulo takes 'exception tn
tlio vtntciiicntH made by Attorney
I.lfiliUdnt In mi Interview In vvlilcli
lie took tlio .IuiIro ncVerly to task Tor
tlic lo.ist vvlilih lio khvo (loo Won
Ho), vvlionl hu cliniRed with Ii.ivIiir
t.uilporcil with a witness vvlillo nct
Ihb iih it Tiiniier," but who, accord
ing to Llghtroot, In ii clerk mill In
terpreter i.lKhtfoot's statements
were in p.irt ns follows:
"Mr Andrmle, on tha nnxiippoi IimI
word of 1'irllMH, nnd without KtvltiR
(loo Willi tin) nn opporttinltv to glvo
tils Hide of the story, IndulRcd In iih
lino it xntiinla of 'IiIIIIiikxkiiIo' iih I
lino o or hc.iril. Ho K.ild that the
(onduct of Mr. (loo Wan Hoy was
'rotten, 'BtlnkliiR,' etc, nnd made
Fomo icm.irkH about 'lawvcrs' run
"When Mr. Amlrndc left the bench
I went to him prhntcly nnd told him
In ver plain words that I considered
his conduct outrageous.
"After talking with tlio JiuIro for
oino t lino on this subject, ho lie
I novvleilRoil to mo thnt ho had mado
,i mistake In condemning Goo Wan
"Mr. Andrado then visited tlio 'Ha
waiian Star' and 13 v o n 1 n g II tf 1
I c 1 1 n, rcqucstlUg that tho episode
bo not reported In tho afternoon pu
llers. Later In tho day, Mr. Andrado
called ma into Ills private, office, und
Informed mo thnt ho had seen the
It u I I o t i u and the star and those
papers hud prtmilscd to mnko no men
tion of tho episode. Mr. Andrado
lurthcr wild tliat ho had seen to It
that there would bo no mention of
the matter In tho advertiser.
"1 was Rrcatly surprised when I
miw tho article In tho Advertiser
mil irot a little grieved to think that
Mr Andrado was not unly foolish hut
' Tlio words that I snld and applied
to (loo Wan Hoy wero Justified," said
I lie J u d go yestciday. "As n man
who would do stall things us ho did
deserved bucIi (ensure ns ho received
I further consider that any man Hit
ting on tho bench, who would over-
'ook such conduct ns wan attributed
to Coo Wan Ho), would not hu ful
filling Ills duties,
"With regaril to the statement at
tributed to mo to tho effect that 1
ilKuovv lodged that I had mado n mis
take, I can say that I said nnthtug ol
tho kind. Mghtfoot said that I had
ttcen too hasty, nnd I said that pos
sibly I was too hasty, but I novel
ickuowlidged that it was a mistake
.ii my part. I did sa to him thnt
this thing was of such u character
that I could not let it go unnoticed.
"Mghtfoot then pleaded with me,
mil he folt very badly over this. Ho
lalnicd that it would Injure lil.i
business. I h.ilil Hint I did not think
.t would, us ho w;ih not responsible
or Goo Willi Hoy's actions, nnd that
n y rcniniks from tho hcnih were
i.over directed to Mr, l.lghtfoot, lint
mado It clear lo nil In tho court-
(Kini that they wero not directed to
dim, not In tlio slightest degrco.
"It wiis out of a friendly feeling
low aril Mr Mglitrnot that I did In
terview tho star and tho II u 1 I o 1 1 n
peoplo, becauso ho hud taken
inattei to hciut so, 1 told him i
plainest terms that I .had not seen
tho Advertlsero people, but would try
to do so, but I had n great dcnl to do
that afternoon, as I was going away
in the Manna Ken, and I did not sue
eed In doing so."
Any ninn or woman troub
led with constipated Bowels
will be grently bencllltril by
taking the Bitters. Il '""
wonderful record of such cures
to its credit. Try it for Poor
Appetite, Headache, Heart
burn, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Costivencsi, or Malaria, Fever
MRS, CLARK BURIED
IN FLQRAl GRAVE
Fflends Follow Loved One to
Resting Place Lined With
Tho funeral of Mrs. Knrn .lano
Chirk, wife of Dr. A. II. Chirk, took
phicu H'stcidny afternoon from tho
family resldcucu nt College Hills A
I irgc number of friends iisMunhlcd nt
the homo whero tlio simple service
wits conducted bv Hoy. Dr Scmlilor of
Central union chinch. The casket In
which tho uinaliiB rested was covered
and surrounded with beautiful tlgvvcrs
which came in profusion from loving
friends, There wero few elaborate
pieces but a great mass of lovelt tes
timonials, tvplcul of Hnwall,
Tills sentiment of tho Islands was
further carried out at tho grave whero
friends hud prepared n beautiful rest
ing place Tlio colli n was luvvuicil In
to a veritable maBs of Mowers and
ferns Nouo of tho harsh earth was
visible. Tho sides wero lined with
ferns nnd vines nnd nil about tho
gravo wero masses of flowers Host
lug thus her friends left lit r Tho lull
bearers wero C M. Cookd V It Cas
tle (leorgo I. Castle, W W Hull mid
Mrs. Clark has lived In Honolulu
loino six jears nnd wns geneially be
loved. Slio was born In New Yoik
stnto In 1812, tho daughter of Dr. V.
(. 1). Hnmllu, both her father nnd
mother being of old Dutch families of
tho Hudson river section. Slio re
moved to Klkhom, Wic, ivhcu sixteen
jours of ngo nnd Inter lived In Tur
nor, 111., whom on December 12, 1872
shu married Dr. Clark. They mado
their homo In Chicago, whero Dr.
Clark continued his practice until ho
came to Honolulu, w litre ho was born
und brought up.
Mrs. Clark was of a bright and hup
py disposition and Immediately made
.1 cheiry place, in Honolulu church and
social life. Slio leaves llirto children,
Mrs. Charles H. Sedgwick of Port
Wnjnu, 111., Mrs W T Ilaldlng ol
Hilo, Hnwall. and A. II. I'laik, Jr, ol
this city. A sister, Mrs Kato Ionian,
rcsldcH In Washington, D C.
Company Officials Have
Heard Nothing From
An unconfirmed leport has hern
going the rounds here to Urn cITrt t
that tlio inhlo-slilp Itcstorer would
lieucefoith hu stationed at Vlctoiiu.
II (' , Instead of at Honolulu, ns In
the iist Tho Itestorcr left here mil
arrived In Victoria Inst .Innwirv, mid
i he bus since been theic ostenslb!
undergoing lepalrs Some wondei
tucnt has been excited on iiceount of
tho fact that tho boat hud not ie
turned here before thli However,
the officials of the cable lonip.-ini
Rtated lo a representative of the
II ii I I dll n this moinlug that tho
hud received, no news to the euc'tt
that tho cable-ship would not be re
turned to tills port.
Mr (Jalnes, superintendent of Hie
eomp.iiiv, has received no message)
that tho boat would sta In Vle
lorli "Thero Is no reason why tho Kr-
storor should not stay In Victoria,
mid, so far ns wo know, thero is no
irason wh) sho should not letur.i
here," said nn official of tho coni
panj. "Tho fact of tho matter im
that wo h.ivo received no Informa
tion concerning tho mutter nt all,
.nil we would probably ho notified If
there was to ho much of a change "
ill (il HIT
( "Tho (lelshn ttlrl" was received lnht
night b n crowded house with the
most enthusiastic demonstrations of
approval Whether tho enthusiasm Is
becoming more eoutagioiis, or wlieth
or tho playing was really better thun
at previous performances, nn unpro
Jitdlccd observer would ho forced to
cioucluilo' that Inst night's production
was tho best presented so fur The
continued applause, nnd frequent re
cull of tho tiny actors certain! spoke
well Tor thu nppicclmon of tho until
nice Muster Trilit) McNumiiru ma'" u
special hit by his bagplpo (.election
lenderod In Chinese costume. The
scenic effects wero vory well gotten
up, und. In fact, tho pluv was thu put
tiesl from this standpoint of uuy thnt
hnvo been presented mi far
The l.tlllputlims deserve spcclul
credit for their good work bcciiusb the
continued Importunities of tho Hono
lulu people liiivo mado muuv extra
performances necessup, and Ihej
li.ivo bieu going a great deal of very
Tetnlght "Tho Uelsha (llrl" will be
repealed to bo followed tomorrow af
ternoon by a iiiiittueo performance of
"In Town," nlilc.li will bo plijed to
morrow- evening also.
Then will follow "Tho Mikado' an
"riorodoru," which will complete tho
engagement of thu Lilliputians In Ho
is what you want for Cooking Purposes, as the body for
Sauces, Qravies, Ice-Cream, Fricassees, etc
BECAUSE it is so rich in BUTTER-FAT, NATUBAIf
FLAVOR, and PURE CREAM.
BECAUSE it is thoroughly sterilized by a special hy
gienic process, and is ABSOLUTELY PURE.
BECAUSE it is READILY DIGESTED and ASSIMI
LATED. Best for Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Etc.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents ft
Upon an Indictment by tho Grand
Jury charging that "with forco and
inns, wilfully mid feloniously, nnd
vvlth Intent to malm, dlsflgmo and
uullhite, ho did blto und teur off tha
Ight ear of ono Anna Kuliua Clem
ents, then nnd there being, u human
oolng," on tho second day of lutt Sop
iciilber, llrudy Clements wos put upon
Ills trial before Judgo Uoblnsou und
i Jury this morning.
Ilrndy, who Is blacker thnn tho
proverbial nro of spades, has been In
tumble several times "before, nnd tho
yollco station knows him well. This
Is tlio first time, so far as Is Known,
thut ho hus developed cannibalistic
tendencies Ho was considerably
"iirved with n hatchet over a jcitr
igo by another Knknuko negro.
Sydney, Dee. 22.
Ilriijamln llrni r) miiuirnclurirs"
iiKinls In byiliuy, Aiwlriillu. tin nil low I
Ih II O nrpiiilinwl Hi" exporter of HO
Kinmiimi Hi . hau Irani 1st".
I'oncvrnliiR llio mxiri nun cures mr
llrlk-lit'M DIihiiko ami IUhImIih Imvu Ikiii
illscavtriil In Kin rriinclHoo, Ik-ujjinln
Ilnn wrnlo (IniiiliiHMi in Kind a siiiuii
order, and If It riully did tlio liumniss
tlxy wnuld Nind nn Important order, 'thu
in ii mi w is stni.
'I Im alnivo e-nldi Is the n ply. It did
I lie IiiihIikhs Tin y inllldn'l wait for II
Idler, Put iiililiil 'IrunnliKd It mils fur
Ilia liiiinidliilu hlilpinint "f marly 40(l
nnilli of I'ultnii's C'oiiiimunds for llrlitlil'H
DlHouno and DlalM les 'llio wbolo VMirld
is Waking up lo lb" vvimdi r of llio ills
eovorv You don't hint to caMo COOii
iiiIUh It's rlitlil Hi ""ir donrs. Sind for
lltiruliirc Honolulu Drug Co, l'ort HI
Whin lo suvptet ltrlKhl'H DIm aso
Wdikness or loss of uolKlit, puRy nnkloM,
ImndM or (VilIdH, dropsy Uldiuy troulilo
Hfnr tlio tlilnl monlli, tiilnn may sliow
sidlimnt, railing vision, drouslntss, one
or mult of llirso, "il
ARE IN A BAD WAY
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 4G0 acres of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
V7AITY DEDQ., . 74 S, KINO ST,
EXPLOSION AND FIRE
(Continued from Pece 1)
vi us totally ruined, tho men assist
ing In Its destruction by throwing
tho walls Into tlio water In tho woll
pit In ordoi to prevent dangor to tlih
other buildings from spurks. The
machinery was not damaged except
by water, as It was Immersed In the
water In tho pit
"Tho (nuso of tho explosion Is not
Known. Hither tho gasoline which
v us Kept In the pit exploded, or the
vajiois fiom tho distillate which Is
Used for the engine liecamo Ig lilted
in soiuo way, but we do not know jot
which wns tho cuso.
"Tho building was Insiued for
?i,00n, tho Insurnnro being currlsd
by tho Hawaiian Trust Co. Thnt
amount will probably moro lliau
cover tho damage. Ono dltllculty
which will result from this accident
Ik that tho lollego will not lie able
to use Its own water supply for
fonie time, but as wo can connect
with tho city mains thero will be no
fhortage of water." l ' '
Two of tho llfo Insiirnuco companies
which hnvo been doing business In
1 law all lira In very bad shape, iiceonl
lug to mail advices received )oster
dny by Treasurer Campbell. Ono ol
these companies In thu Mutual Ho
servo I.lfo Insurance Compnnv In u
circular dated Albany, Now York.
March 4, l'JOS, Otto Kclscy, Bupcrln
tenilent of Iiisuranc-o for Now York
blinds this concern ns being "hope
lessly Insolvent Tho dellelcnej us
shown by thu lialanco sheet Is said to
bo 11,717,11173. Tho Attorney lien
eral of thu Stale bus held that thu
(ompnii) could not rcciulio tho puv
incut of premiums or Insist upon ror
felturcs ufte r Kebruary 20. l'JOR
l'runk Winter wns tho ngont for the
company In this Terrltor
llie oilier coinpuuy which Is In dlf
flcullles Is the Provident Sivings I.lfo
Assurance Kocloly, for which the lllsh
lop insurance Agenc), i.tu , is tne
agent hero. Tlio company mm noi
been doing, uny now busluiss hero re
centl) but Is collecting premiums fin
old policies It is stated that llils eon
corn will he reorganized shortly.
. Ilerg, who hug charge of tho In
suruueo department of Illshop & Co
etuted today that tha firm had never
been the agents of tho 1'rovldcnt Hav
ings Life Assuiuncu Society und hud
Dover wiltten nil) business for It 1 lit
firm had nioiely acted ns tho society's
local collection agents und had llleii
Its annual statements with tho Tioas
ci hi' v or o rn
An rt, CVlh v riliti ,!ki-( m
njjht on A(ur slir is lipcun iil'
yourf ie(Mi:rhi , v( m neck. '-
(Mill Ii vi
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Big Linen Saie See Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00; 11x11 $ ,G5 per iloz.
$2.25; 9 in.
$2.25; 11 in.
$2.50; 12 in.
$3.50; 11 in.
S .75 per doz.
$1.50 per doz.
$1.10 per doz.
$2.00 per doz.
$1.50 per doz.
$1.50 per doz.
$1 5Q per doz.
$1 75 per doz.
$2 50 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.00; 72 in. wide $1.50 a yd.
$1.90; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1 75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a jd.
$1.40; G8 in. wide $1 00 a yd.
$ 75 ; GO in. wide $ .60 a yd.
$ .50; 00 In. wide ? .35 a yd.
$ .40; 54 in. wide $ .30 a yd.
$1 00, 58 in. wide $ .05 a yd.
$ .05 , 58 in. wale $ .50 a yd.
$2.50 per doz.
$2.25 per doz.
$2.00 per doz.
VALUE SALE PRICE.
$2 50.22x22 $1 75 per doz.
$125: 18x13 $ 75 per doz.
is a lip; improvement over all previous machines of any make.
There's no rasping, p,ratine; noise with tho Edison; it runs smooth
ly and noiselessly. And that Blnie of sound Edison found a
way to eliminate it.
The records are cheaper; there is no clutnp;lnp; of needles;
the machine lasts longer, and costs less than any other first-class
Phonograph. Call and hear it at
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.,
Fort Street, will
Move to the
OREGON BX-OCK, 152 Hotel St.
Opposite Young Hotel, on March 26th
We will be pleased to serve you with a
Higher Grade of Meat
than you have been getting elsewhere.
HAVE YOU tfRIED OURS
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
BANH C0MCBRT 4
Tlioro will !jo a linnil concert tlilH
ovonlni; nt TlinniUH Square ut 7 30
o'clock. PoIIovvIiik Isjtlio iroKrani
March "Tlio Spirit nf Liberty". Boiih.i
Overturn "Tlio KIiik's Lieutenant'
Intel mezzo "Lu TzIkmio" .... (laiiiu
Selection "Tho Ilolicinliin illri".llalli
Vocal Hawaiian Soiikb nr liy HerKfi
Selection ' Tlio I'rlnco nt I'llncn '
liileimezzii "llj tlio Wiiteiinclon
Vino" . . Allen
Kliuilo "Tho Dispatch Uliler". Ilolmi
"Star SiMiiRleil Haniicr"
llveljh Tliuvv valiieii the Btory slio
told In court at J2UO.000 ami aek
.'linvv family to rcliiiluimo hur or slio
vv 111 sue.
you have lost a coat. Let us
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisment. .
We are referring to you? house-Mt needs a coat of jiaiut anJ needs
it badly. Let us flt it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put tti by
THE PAINTB RPH0HH 438
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