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EVENING nOUiETIN, HONOLULU," T. H TUESDAY, AUG. 11, 1908.
ART DRAPERY FABRICS
Striking new patterns, this sea-son's importation. A department
equally strong in quality and quantity, with the added attraction of un
usually low prices.
Striped Snow Flake
White Curtain Swiss
New designs, in stripe effects, at
15 a yard.
White Curtain Swiss
In polka dots and fancy figures,
G yards for $1.00.
White Curtain Madras
Sheer and pretty, new patterns,
25t and 30? a yard.
Polka Dot Scrims
Large and small dots, in red, blue,
and green, 125 a yard.
Bed. blue, und green striped, 20?
Swiss Curtain Madras
Pink and Nile green, figured, very
dainty, 20t? a yard.
New Drapery Silkolines
The finest quality and the choicest
designs, dainty colorings, 15 a yd-
STYLISH BATHING SUITS
FOB MEN, WOMEN, AND CHILDREN.
Tasteful and Exclusive Styles.
There are many reasons why you should have a bathing suit of your
own. We have just opened a new stock, among which are samples of
LADIES' SWELL BATHING SUITS,
just one of a kind. Ladies' Bathing Suits made of Alpaca, nicely trim
med, from $3.75 up.
MISSES' BATHING SUITS
Made of Alpaca, from $2.75 upwards.
MEN'S BATHING SUITS, from $1.25 upwards.
SWIMMING TBUNKS, 15.
BUBBEE BATHING CAPS, the kind that wear, 50.
BATHING SLIPPEBS, 35.
WATEB WINGS, 25.
SEE OUB WINDOW DISPLAY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Beretania Street
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DID THEY KNOW
WHAT TO DO?
National Anthem Played
And Many People
Docs Honolulu know what to do
when tho National Anthem Ih played?
Uvery other man you meet will tell
you that this town knows more about
It than any on tho mainland, hut
whether It does or not there was a
very Interesting Incident rtt the Or-
phcum on Saturday tilclit, which
shows that Honolulu Is about luilf-niul-lialf
In Its respect for tho "Star
Spangled Ilnimnr," und with one or
two exceptions the knowledge o( what
to do when It Is played is moro gen
eral near the gallery than In thi
During one oC his encores, Itlnaldo,
the violinist who Is making line mu
r,lc nt tho Orpheum, swung Into th
inspiring strains of tha "Star Span
gled Ilanner." The audience Imme
diately applauded, hut In tho whole
house, that was crowded to tho doors,
there was just ono person and that
n woman, evidently u visitor In the
city, who jumped to her feet In-
ctnntly when the National anthem
was begun. This lady was In the
front part of the box on tho left of
Following her example, which evi
dently brought some people to their
censes, groups of four, five, and six
gradually worked to their feet, and
when the piece was about halt played
through n good share of the audience.
especially In the less expensivo seats,
Some seemed to think it was funny.
In front of the lady who led tho pro
cession were two young men who
held tri their scats as It glued. The
lady vigorously poked them In the
back and they responded with sheep
ish grinB, as if they were ashamed to
get up or sit still. This, In fact, was
very much the atmosphere of those
who did not rise. They were looking
around like kids at school, to seo who
The Incident recalls u story told
by one of those visiting the city with
the Fleet. He was attending a con
cert in Borne city of tho Coast nnd ono
sailor in particular was present. The
"Stnr Spangled Manner" was played
and the sailor and tho gentleman
who told tho Btory immediately stood
nt "attention." No ono else follow
ed the example. Finally the sailor
could repress his feelings no longer.
He Blowly and quietly moved his head
around so that ho could take in the
wholo audience, nnd then In n tono
of supreme disgust said, "Good Cod
don't j on people know that that is
your National anthem!"
The lady who set the pace for the
people of Honolulu at tho Orpheum
on Saturday night .was obviously n
newcomer and whether sho had been
long In the city or not sho taught
some people u lesson in respect for the
(Auburn, K. V.. Bally Citizen.)
Tempt the maid by their attractive form and consum
ing flavor. The matron by the evidence of purity that is
supplied by the makers. GUNTHEB has made sweets for
two generations, and he knows how. Our stock arrived,
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR FOET.
To Plantation Stores
Honolulu Jam Factory
Owing to larger factory facilities, can offer every fruit
and berry preserve at the lowest prices in the Islands.
FBPSH SEASON'S CHUTNEY, POHA AND GUAVA
JELLY NOW ON HAND.
Chronic HrlKht'H Disease may have
breti an Incumblu disease In the past,
but It Is certainly curubla now. M. I
wnlley, tnn UruffKlst, tells us of a re
markable recovery In till city. There
mu no question nbout the genuineness of
mu enso. The. patient, a intiy, is con
nected with ono or our prominent fami
lies. Sho was In a hospital swollen with
dropsy, anil tho albumen was In such
enormous quantities as to solidify In tho
Deuth was exnecteil dalh' bv tho ohv-
slclan nnd family, uhen sho was put on
a Kpecltlo from California that was ul-
iftfeu to no curing Jirurhl s Disease in
that State. Tim results created great
iistonlvhinent. Symptoms bceun to sub
side und recovery was then Kradual till
Hnally complete. Tho patient has since
nciiiauy passeu lor insurance.
Tho peculiarity of tho treatment Is that
It does not seem to wear out. the patient
In ciuestlon takliiR ocr eighty bottles.
Tho discovery of tlm new specltlo Is said
to !o a lineal descendant of Robert Ful
ton, who kuvo us tho tlrst steamship.
Auburn, N. V., Dally Citizen.
Another recovery by Fulton's rtcnnl
Compound. Tho lady's namo Is Mrs. It.
When to suspect Tlrlslit's Disease
Weakness or loss of w.lKllt! ilrnnnv mifTi,
unities, hands or eyelids; Kidney troubla
arter tho third month: urlno may show
sediment; rnlllnK vision; drowsiness; one
or moro of these,
If you liuvo any of these, send for
pamphlet. Honolulu Drue Co., Fort
Archie Herron, a blacksmith, was
placed on trial at Now Ilrunswlck, N.
J., on a charge of having murdered tho
Rev. S. V. U. Prlckett. a Methodist
minister, who, as the recorder of tha
village or Motuchen, N. J., sentenced
Herron to servo ten days In Jail for
MAUI IS TORN
Has Extended To
According to the reports that come
from people of Maui occasionally In
town, tho row in political circles that
started with the light against Kepol
kai Is one of tha most deep-seated
and bitter that has been known on
Maul for many years.
Tho llnc-up as it appears to people
on the outside Is 11. I. llaldwlu, who
Is steadfastly backing Kepolkai and
those allied with him, against Dan
Case and Hugh M. Coke of tho Maul
News. These nre tho hcudllncrs of
the Bcrlmmage. Who Is on the one
side nnd who is on the ttthvr, is in
formation to bo discovered as one goes
along. Some aro on both sides, look
ing to Bee which ono will win, so ns
to Join the band-wagon at the right
Ever slnco he expressed himself so
strongly against one-man rulo nt the
Walluku precinct meeting, C. II.
Wells is generally credited with be
ing n very large factor In the situa
tion and a vigorous backer of Case
and Coke on general principles.
Tho latest thing to como to town
since tho charges wcro filled against
Kepolkai is the alleged effort of Mr.
Daldwin nnd some of his followers to
"muzzle" Editor Coke of the News.
That Is the way tho Coke men speak
ot It. The other side has not been
It Is claimed that Coke In his edi
torial utterances has said things po
litical that very much displeased
what Ib known as the llaldwlu Inter
est. Consequently a meeting of the
directors wna asked. Some ot the
Case-Coke crowd got wind of what
was on, and delayed the meeting nB
long ns possible. Finally It was
called and ot the seven directors six
were present. Someone forgot to
notify Mr. Hennlng of Lnhalna.
Those said to be present were Case,
Lufkin, Waldeyer, Daldwin, tho man
who runs tho soda works, nnd anoth
A resolution was Introduced to the
effect that no editorial utterances
should appear In the paper that were
disapproved by any member of tho
Hoard ot Directors. One proposition
was that all political comment should
be submitted to a committee ot thrco
or u selected representative of the di
rectors before it was printed.
Tho discussion was long but the
wholo proposition fell through be
cause tho vote stood thrco to three.
This meeting, of course, put tho
fat of talk in the Arc, nnd tho war
clarions have been echoing in Hono
lulu und supposedly in Maul.
It was stated tho other day that a
request for a special meeting of the
stockholders of the News had been
made. Whether there Is to bo n gen
eral buylng-up scrimmage with the
object of upholding Coke on the one
sldo and kicking him out on tho oth
er, remains to be tccn.
Tho Case-Coke crowd claim they
arc ready to buy up all tho stock of
tho dissatisfied ones, but as tho Issue
is n political one tliero is no telling
whether they can get It.
Tho outsiders are of tho opinion
that the best thing that can bo done
by all hands Is to patch it up nnd
quit the light.
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L AYAH SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO ST.
Pine New One, with Boom for
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
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Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
A PEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Booming House with 22
Rooms, all furnished and convenient
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water, Light Housekeep
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OWNER SAYS: SELL!
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P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KING ST.
Enttred for Record Aug. 8, 1906,
from 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
Look Sing Wnl Co to Kaneoho Rico
Mill Co Ltd CM
Cluing Kim and ut to V Alameda ..I)
Wm O Smith Tr to W M Minion . .
Entered for Record Aug. 10, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
W M Mlnton und wf to M II Webb.. I)
Ent.r.d for Record Aug. 10, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Moses Kokt to II. lluckfcld & Co
Kanehekllt Kcanu und wf ut ul to
Kahoopai Walau ot al I)
Ada M Williams ut ul to Onlui Hall
way & Land Co I)
Walluku Sugar Co to C Drawer &
Co Ltd I)
C Ilrewer & Co Ltd to Antono Kur
tado Kx I)
Tlios Mullen to Manuel C I'aclieco..!)
Dept of Pub Instruction to Hannah
J Hitchcock Ex I)
Entered for Record Aug. 11, 1908,
Saropta A dullck to Augusta K
There will bo a moonlight band con
cert this ovcnlng nt 7:30 at Thoma.s
Square. Following Is tho program:
March "King Radium" .. Chambers
Overture "A Summer livening".,
Fantasia "Fullspeed nnd Good
Seloctlon "IK'Bt of All" .... Williams
Vocal Hawaiian 8ongH...ar. by ucrger
Selection "A Runaway Girl" ..
Tho Soldiers lit tho Uitshcs"
I.ovlngs and tho Kissing Spell" ..
"Tho Star Spangled Ilaiinor."
Auto for Hire
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time by telephone any one of these
number! : 290, 200, 1097.
The Popular Beverage, Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WOBKS,
BEEETANIA NEAR FORT
J. M. LEVY & CO.
KING ST. near Bethel. Phone 76.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361.
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 236,
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
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of the vamp which mark the leading custom style for 1908.
The soft, smooth uppers are made of Beal King Colt
leather, the favorite of swell dressers. The fitting qualities
of the arch will appeal to you.
The sole edge is mide with the narrow extension on the
inside, but is wider on the outside, thus preventing over
treading a fault found quite often, even in more expen
Regal Oxfords hu? the heel so that they never slip.
PRICE 53.50 and $4.00. 'x I U!
CUSTOM SPECIALS, Bench Made, $5.00.
,, Have Your Old Shoes Bcpaired.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
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We are Leaders
There are more flavors served at our soda water coun
ter than at any other. The purity of the water and the
superior method of making and serving make us leaders.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
A fine course for a dinner, especially on Sunday. Or
. der one today for delivery Saturday.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
The New No. 3
is the old reliable Bull's-Eye with the new rectangle shape
The simplicity of its operation makes it the best for be
ginners. No focusing, no setting of shutter. It's always
ready for business-
It is available for nearly every class of work.
Ask to see it at the
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
It's as good as it's new
30 cents a dozen
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0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month