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EVENIW BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II. TUESDAY, JUN'E 1C, 10S.
If money is worth saving, our a." we worth leading. "Buiy June"
for us means Money-Savcd Tor You. We do not permit goods of inferior
quality in our stock, no matter how low their price. Your guarantee is
A SPECIAL IK
50c Fancy Ribbons, 35 a yd.
i-retty uresaen effects and- f;ury
Special Reduction In
Colors: White, Navy, and Red:
$3 50 quality t . 82.90
$4 25 quality 83.50
$4.75 quality 3.90
New Corset Cover
New patterns; correct widths; a
ariety to select from; G0 a yd.
All wool; 52 inches
quality; at 95 a yd.
SPECIAL IN WASH GOODS.
Sheer, soft material in dainty pat
terns and delicate colorings: 40c
quality; 30 a yd.
Red Table Damask, full width: 60c
quality; 45 a yd.
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
LINEN LAWNS At correct prices; 24-inch Linen Lawn, sheer and
line, 40 and 50 a yd.
WAISTINO LINEN Fine quality, 36 inches wide, 75J a yd.
EXTRA FINE SHEER LINEN 36 inches wide, at S1.25 a yd.
BOSOM LINEN Extra fine, 36 inches wide, 75 a yd.
NAINSOOKS, LONG CLOTH, INDIA LINONS Economically priced.
WHITE NAINSOOK Fine and sheer, full width, 20 a yd.
WHITE NAINSOOK Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at S2.75 a piece.
LONG CLOTH Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at $2.75 a piece.
MERCERIZED BATISTE Exceptionally fine and sheer. 42 inches
wide, J5p a yd.
INDIA LINONS Extra good values, fine and sheer, G yds. for SI.
INDIA LINON 10-yard pieces, extra good quality, $1.75 a piece.
PERSIAN LAWN Extra fine, 25 a yd.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Tho Democratic Central Committee
Is at present buy drafting a petition
to Secretary CJiunoIit In which liu will
ho asked to Htiapeml tho operation of
tho present land law until such time
as n lommlsilon can ho criototl by
Concreeu to cimm Imm mi.i ,mtt n
new land law.
The Democrat liivn timl tuia iitn
In mind for aomo time, hut the matter
uas iippu Kept very quiet and In tho
hieantlma the Central Committee
membcrH hne been lug nt woik on
tho drafting of the petition.
It as learned today that It la ex
pected that the document will lm r-nt.
ten reidy for presentation In time to
allow Jt to bo presented to Onrtlcld
tomorrow. It will not lm milimttt..,!
howover, aa a party measure; those
who sign It will nurclj present It us
"Wo are going to ask the Bccietnrj
to suspend the present land law, Bitch
as It 11 In bin power to do," said n
prominent member ot tho Central
Committee this iioon. "Wo will nsk
that tho power of tho Goernor nnd
tho Land Commissioner to cnn
through uny land transaction bo tak
en away1 from them until such tlmo as
Congress can Bend n commission out
hero to draft n new land law which
will bo tnoro satisfactory to tho peo
"Tho petition Will ho ntiltH n lrrirtliv
and eiy detailed documuit. It win
reclto nil tho Innd transactions made
by the Torrltoiy since tho tlmo when
President Hooscnelt sent his message
to tho rifty-Soonth Congress, stating
that Hawaii must bo built up on
American lines. The Instntim. uMpi,
will bo recited In tho iintlilnn .in
show that the spirit ot this wish ban
been constantly violated over since
then by tho local nilnilnlnfrntlnn nn.t
that It Is necessary that wo get a now
land law under whlrh tlm niiminiutm
Hon Is not allowed to excrclso so much
i$. HIM DUD
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath,
Sewer. Car Line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. ... 74 S. KING; ST.
News was received today of tho
death nt San Francisco of Mrs. II
Hart, tho sister of H. F., F M. and K.
I. Lew Id of Lewis & Co Sim was the
wlfo of It. Ifftrl, a prominent and
wealthy broker of San Francisco, and
had during tho past decado lslted thin
city o:i scuor.il occasions, gaining!
many ,ocal friends who now mourn i
her loss. Mrs. Hart had been nn In '
nlld lor several cars. Out of re I
spect to her mcmoiy the store of
Lewis & Co. was closed for the di
Continued from Pntr 1
upon to watch the body of the dead
Tuesday. Jitnn lfi. 8 to lft n. m .
Kaplkeanttll Society ladles; Captain,
Mrs. Dudolt. Iioni 1U to 12 noon,
Princess I.lkellko Soclet ladles; Cap
tain, Mrn. Ilmtna Nnkulnn. l'roin
12 to 2 p. in, Hul Olwf Cantaln.
Mrs, Kalco Mnlkal. From 2 to 4 p.
m , Kaahumnntl Society! Captain,
Mis. Mary Adams From 4 to G p.
m , Kaahuninnu. From 6 to S p. m ,
Kaahumanu; Captnln, Mrs N'awnhl.
From S to 10 p. m, Kaahuninnu:
Captain, Mrs. Slmerson. From 10 to
midnight, Kaahumanu: Mrs. J.lz-
zlo Mann. From 12 to 2, Kanhuma-
mt; Mrs. K. Palko.
WedneKiInv. .Tun,, 17 Vra Qnmtml
K. Allen, Mrs. Ellon Dwlght, nlid
Mrs. David Hoanlll. all of the'Kanhu
manu Society, will alternately cap
tain the watchers.
On Thursday, Juno 18, Mrs. Chas.
Clark nnd Mrs. Ihllanl will have
charge of tho remains. The watch
ers to be selected from tho Kaahu
manu and other societies.
On Trlday it is expected that nil
the members of the societies will turn
out In full watch, according to tho
arrangements ot the officers. This
will .contlnuo until 12 o'clock mid
night, when the remains will be
taken to the Throne Room.
The exact plans for the funeral
are not .ready for publication, but it
Is expected that Col. Iaukea will soon
hne everything prepared.
Her Majesty Queen l.llluokalun!
and Princess Kawnnnnukou were In
attendanco this morning nt the Pen
sacola street residence.
Last night, tho Kawalhau dlie
Club and tho ladies' glpo club Bang
Hawaiian melodies at the homo ot
the lata Prince. The chantlne was
also kept up until late this morning.
Special Sale of
PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS,
EGG PLUMS, GREEN GAGE PLUMS,
3 Lb. Tins --Regular Price, 35c; Reduced to 25c
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Claudius McDrldo, tho Governor's
DrUato secretary, nil! net nn anfm.
tary for Secretary, of tlm lntorlni- rinr.
field during his stu) In tho Islands.
TIIK W. O. HALL sails nl f. n'rlnrV
this afternoon for Kauai.
Ltd. , ,
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The purt-brcd Jeniev Bulli. Ojibwttj o "St 2 AJQ C. No' C0-'-
nd Chienon Lad. 2nd A. J C C No 02304 at service at 510
in a membership in our association.
me nciurni ore very jig.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION rfil finn Tlift T5rtr? To- i-i-r
KAPioiAHiBuiiDiNo. 2LJ2& me PoB'f. SaAry
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
HERE'S THE MOST INTERESTINQ ANNOUNCEMENT AND THE BEST KIND OF GOOD NEWS FOR YOU.
THE OPENING WILL BE
Wednesday Evening, June 17th,
FROM 7:30 TILL 10:30 D'CLOOK.
. 1-4 Sizes " j
There never was a footwear event in Honolulu more important to those after style, fit, and satisfaction
than the arrival of the Summer models in REGAL SHOES.
They are the handsomest shoes ever shown in Honolulu. You'll say so when you see them. We've the
same styles that the best-dressed msn and women in New York are weating this season. No matter wheth
er you prefer styles that are somewhat pronounced or the more conservative models, you'll find a REGAL
that suits you. You're sure to get a perfect fit in REGAL quarter sizes. The materials used in REGALS
are of the highest quality. The uppjrs are cut from the choicest leathers, such as King Calf, King Kid, and
Heyl's Patent Calf. All the linings, facings, and finishing materials are regular custom made grade.
Genuine Oak-Bark-Tanned Sole Leather is the foundation on whioh these shoes are built, and it costs
the REGAL factory $600 a day extra to put this unsurpassed leather into every pair of REGALS. You won't
get this kind of stock in any other hoes selling at REGAL PRICES.
The most skilful shoemakers in the worid are employed to build REGALS, hand-work being used at cv
ery point where it is actually superior to machinery. As a result, REGALS have every detail of fine finish
usually found only in made-to-order shoes.
We want every man and woman in Honolulu to call and inspect these SUMMER REGALS. We're proud
to show them. Experienced shoe salesmen are at your service, and they will take pleasure in assisting you to
obtain exactly what you desire.
WE WANT YOU TO SEE WHAT REAL LIVE PEOPLE CAN DO WITH REAL LIVE SHOES.
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McCANDLESS BLOCK, CORNER BETHEL AND KING STREETS.
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
$3,50, $oo; Custom Special $5
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