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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.', WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 17, 190S
K money is worth raving, our ads. are worth reading. "Busy June"
for us means Money-Saved For You. We do not permit goods of inferior
quality in our stock, no matter how low their price. Your guarantee is
A SPECIAL IN
f fievint Sprde
50c Fancy Ribbons, 35 a yd. 9
Frettv Dresden effects and faacv. All wool: 52 inches wide: SI. 23
Plaids. quality; at 05$ a yd.
Special Reduction In
Colors: While, Navy, and Red:
53.50 quality . ., S2.90
$4.25 quality $3.50
$4.75 quality $3.90
New Corset Cover
New patterns; correct widths; a
variety to select from; Q0$ 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
fine, 40$ and 50$ a yd.
WAISTINO LINEN Fine quality, 36 inches wide, 75 a yd.
EXTRA FINE SHEER LINEN 36 inches wide, at $1.25 a yd.
BOSOM LINEN Extra fine, 36 inches wide, 75$ 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 $2.75 a piece.
LONG CLOTH Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at $2.75 a piece.
MERCERIZED BATISTE Exceptionally fine and sheer, 42 inches
wide, 35 a yd.
INDIA LINONS Extra good values, fine and sheer, 8 yds. f 81.
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.
Mr, Otsttka, suit manager of tlio Yo
kohama Specie Dank, in speaking of
tlio new hank which, It was said,
would bo established hero, Bnlil that
Ihcro would not bo any such Institu
tion founded. "It Is hardly possible
that another Japanese bank can bo
started hero In view of tlio financial
condition of the Japanese community,"
said Otsuka. Of course soma Japan
ese claim that the Specie hank Is not
loaning money on long terms. The
hank Id perfectly willing to assist
ihoso who need money, but the trouble
Is that they do not keep their prom
ises. They must establish confidence
wlUi tho bank first beforo they can
expect returns from tho bank. The
bank is not supposed to lend money to
unrcllablo parties. Aii long as they
aro good and honest In their dealings
thero will bo no trouble In getting
money. I do not hellovo that either
Mr. llckkoy or Mr. Klmura will estab
lish nnothcr Japanese bank hero, for
they know better than that,
LOOKING INTO LAND MATTERS
iTWO DIVORCE GASES
Fred McQuIre Testifies His Wife Was
Extremely 'Cruel Because She
If Secretary Garfield wants In look
into land matters ho should study
them not only In Honolulu at tho
office of tho Land Commissioner but
also In tho country where tho land Is
situated and tho population is foun-1
with whom it Is Intended to sctila it.
Hero mi ICiiual thero Is n largo
tract of Government land which has
Just been refused by the plantation
that has held It under lease for the
last thirty years. Ono of the plans
of tho Administration Is to sell this
land, or as much of it as Is nrnblc,
to settlers In lots of 30 to 40 acres.
Tho Secretary would bo able to judge
more Intelligently as to tho probabll
Ity of tho success of such a plan if
he could sparo tlmo to meet soma of
tho possible settlers and hear their
Ideas of tho best way to man the
land. Tho govern I Government plans
in that direction havo been such sig
nal failures that It might bo worth
the while to hear what thoso who
aro in constant touch with tho soil
might havo to suggest in that lino.
Kauai might bo what they call "a
tight island," hut if tho Government
wants tho door opened tho chanco is
cither now or twelve years licnco. No
doubt tho Federal Government would
llko to sco It dono now.
JuilEO LlndsaySt divorce mill ground
out somo funny situations fills' morn
ing In tho two capes which 'woro
brought beforo him. In tlio first
place, both tllvorco libels word un
usual Inasmuch as) they were brought
by tho husband In each casu. Fred K.
McGjilro was granted :i divorce from
Adclalito M. McGulro on tho grounds
of extreme cruelty.
Mcdulro .testl.lod that the extreme
cruelty consisted In part In tho Tact
that his wlfo.wns, itceuslomcit to nwak
en him from his peaceful slumbers nt
ull hourn of tho night nnd mako him
scratch her back. To add to her lmr-
rlblo cruelty sho also would "nag'
him in tho evenings nftcr ho cnino
homo from work. Tho father and
mother of tho llbollant were put on
tho stand, and'' nfler ihlr testimony
had been taken, Judge Lindsay grant
ed tho divorce.
In tho matter of tho dtvorco suit of
Kllason v. Ellason tho dlvorco was
granted on 'the grounds of desertion.
Tho llhcllalit, Mr. Kllamm, testified
that hit wife hnd been In tho habit of
running oil with other inun, oml that
ho hud finally sent bis two children
down to tho Kona Orphanage for care.
Ho Is now paying (20 per month for
WHOM HONOR IS DUE.
Oasplpo thugs, Slcmsen and Dahncr,
sentenced to bo bunged ut San Qucu
tin July 31 for scries of murders.
Abo lluof, fearing for Bafety of his
millions, transfers them to members
of Ms family.
Walter Scott finds bodies of two
mlnei-B murdered In Death valley.
IMJtor Evening Hullo 1 1 n: I
wish you to enrrect a mistake, made
In yesterday's IS v o u 1 n g II it 1 1 u 1 1 n.
It wn said thoro, "tho deroratloji hav
ing been lu charge of Kmest Parker,"
should havo read: tho decoration hav
ing been In chargo of llro. Sylvanus,
assisted by Mrs. Lilly Lelscn and some
other Hawaiian ladles, whoso excellent
lasle was very conspicuous In tho ar
rangementn of tho mourning drain
cries. Thanking you for tho Bpaco In
your esteemed paper. I am
Gallant Colonel Trunibo. bohcmlati
and clubman, sued fordhorco by sec
mm trip '
to the mm
The JIauna Kca, wUlch Is to con
vey Secretary Gat field and tho com
mltlco to llllo, will also carry a par
ty of excursionists to tho Vofcano.
Tho ntcamer will louvo Honolulu
Friday evening of thla week and will
arrive In llllo the next morning nndj
He thcru until Sunday evening. Tho
excursion party will upend Saturday
forenoon in llllo. nnd leave for tho
crater nt 2:15 p. m.. arriving there
about dusk. Tho return will bo
niado Sunday afternoon, arriving In
Hlli) nt r,:lS, Immediately nftcr
which tho vessel will will for Hono
lulu, arriving the next morning in
time for business.
tnla Is n splendid opportunity for
our townspeople anil others to wit
ness tho present eruption in tho pit
of Halctnaumau, to visit the new
lumber camps nnd other places of
interest In the neighborhood, and re
turn without loss of time from bus
iness. Tho price of the round trip Is
Let us figure on wiring your house. The initial
cost is soon absorbed nnd forgotten when the comfort and
case acquired through using electricity
is taken into consideration. For reasons of economy, util
ity and general adaptability electricity is ideal for both
Electric power reduces labor, economizes space and
accelerates production. Wo wonld like to figure on your
power needs. This IS OUR BUSINESS.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
twenty-five dollars, which Includes
every necessary expense. The excur
sion Is open to the general public.
CENTRAL GRAMMAR SCHOOL
The Central Grammar School will
close tomorrow at noon out of re
spect for Miss Necilhnm, whose father
died this morning The closing ex
ercises will bo held on Friday.
There Is no moro popular place In
Mnrcitv for spending tlio evening thau
tho Empire, on the corner of Ilctbel
and Hotel-streets. This week tho pie
tures will appeal to the boys of tho
Maine nnd Alabama, and as they ap
peal to rnllors thov will appeal to cl
lllans. Thero Is always tomotlilns do
Ing at tin Empire. The mimic ant
native singing Is cxeeptlonilly goil.
House and Lot on Liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath
Sower. Car Line.
Cash or Easy: Payment.
P. K R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. ... 74 S. KING SI.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIPE AND MARINt;
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co
in a membership in our association,
me iierurns Are very uig.
HARBISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION rp 890
&AriUiimn Auuuuiir, i
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The Trore-bred Jersey Bulls, OJIbway of Y B.,'A T. C. 0 . No 00247
tnd Quenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0., No, G23CU, at service at $10
The Pond Dsbfapy
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Regal Shoes have come toHonolulu
HERE'S THE MOST INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT AND THE BEST KIND OF GOOD NEWS FOR YOU.
THE OPENING WILL BE
FROM 7:30 TILL 10:30 O'CLOCK.
1-4 Sizefs i
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
There never was a footwear evsnt in Honolulu more important to those after style, fit, and satisfaction
than the arrival of the Summer models in REGAL SHOES. j .
They are the handsomest shoes ever shown in Honolulu. You'll say so when you sec them. We've the
same styles that the best-dressed men and women in New York are wearing 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 thehighest quality. The uppers are cut from the choicest leathers, such as King Calf, King Kid, and
Heyl's Patent Calf. All the linings, facings, and finishing materials arc regular custom made grade.
Genuine Oak-Bark-Tanned Sole Leather is the foundation on which these shoes arc built, and it costs
the REGAL faotbry $800 a day extra to put this unsurpassed leather into every pair of REGALS. You won't
get this kind of stock in any other shoes selling at REGAL PRICES. .
The most skilful shoemakers in the world arc 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 madc-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 sahsmen 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..
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5 1
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MeCANDLESS BLOCK, CORNER BETHEL AND KING STREETS,
$3,50, $4.00; Custom Special $5