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"EVENING BULLETIN, HONOMJLC.T. II., MONDAY, AUO. lVljSo
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Attractive in Style and Price
Nothing add more to the appearance of a room than pretty lace
curtain. Here are some extra cool values scheduled for next week:
AT 81.00 A FAIR Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 yards long.
AT 91.25 AND $1.35 A FAIR Nottingham Curtains, extra
wide and 3Vst yards long. A variety of patterns to select from.
AT 91.50 AND 91.75 A FAIR Extra good quality Notting
ham Curtains, new designs, 3Va yards long, and extra wide.
IAMBREQUIM LACE CURTAINS
Finished top and bottom, extra lrrg "r.d wide, at $1.50 each,
ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS
Extra heavy, pretty Cluney effects, 3V4 yards long, $3.25 a pajr
ECRU NET CURTAINS
Trimmed with Battenberg Insertion, edge and medallions, full size,
at $5.50 a pair.
BONNE FEHHE CURTAINS
Only one for a window in Ecru and white, handsome designs, with
flonnce, 93.75 94.00 and $5.00 each.
Dotted Swiss, hemstitched border, large and small dots, all ready for
use, 91.50 a pair.
Tassel ends, cross stripes, red and blue, nt SI. 25 a pair.
The NEMO SYSTEM provides models that build up a slim figure and
reduce a stout one. No matter what corset you have worn, you'll find an
advantage in the NEMO SYSTEM. We have the latest models. Sold at
New York Catalogue Prices:
STYLE 200 Incurve waist for medium figures. Price. 92.00.
STYLE 274 For short medium figures. Price 92.75.
STYLE 318 For short-waisted stout woman. Price 93.00.
STYLE 301 Military Belt for medium figures. Price 93.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waisted stout women. Price $3.00.
STYLE 314 For short-waisted stout women, short under arms, long
below waist line. Price 93.00.
STYLE 351 Back-resting corset, for medium and slender figures.
N.S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
ed not only is full and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat
tened for Island trade; Young and as Tender Squabs.
These are good birds for a good dinner.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Regal Puttee Leggins
These leggins provide a very popular substitute for rid
ing boots, and may also be used for golfing, tramping, camp
ing, rough walking, and stormy-weather wear.
Hade of close-grain Tan color; they are formed to fit
perfectly in sizes of 13 to 18 inches (Calf Measure),
Repairing Done Neatly, Quickly, and Well.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BU ILDINO, KINO AND BETHEL.
SHOOTS DOWN WIFE
George Ketelklnl Wreaks Horrible
Vengeance on Spoute Who Re
futed to Return.
Murder is written against the
name of George Kalclklnl ns the re
sult of n coroner's iuqucul held yes-
lerdny afternoon over the remains of
his wife. Mm. Emily Pllhnna Knlel
l;lnl, who met death between 1 nnil 2
o'clock yesterday morning by three
shots fired from a revolver In the
hands of tho husband, at the resi
dence of Mrs. Kaal, Knplolanl tract,
Charlie Aclil 1ms undertaken the
man's defense and dcniunded a hear
ing In Police Court.
While the defenseless woman
screamed and ran from lilm, he fired
nt her point-blank, and when she had
(stumbled and fallen to tho floor after
the second shot, he followed her up,
uml sent the third bullet through her
Miss I'unol, sister of the murdered
woman, was present at the time. As
soon ns tho fell deed was accomplish
ed, the murderer drove away onlook
ers, who would have come in to stop
him, with tho revolver and mado his
escupc. He was found Inter In the
morning at his houso in Peterson
The motive for the deed appears to
hnvo been vengeance caused by the
resort of Mrs. Kalelklnl to the courts
for a release from tho marriage bonds
which held her to the man. lie was
'mel and failed to support her, and
all importunities for her to return to
him fell on deaf ears.
Last night he returned to the
Kaal home, where the wife was stay
ing, nnd renewed his requests. After
two hours of fruitless talk, when ho
'lad teen her holding their sleeping
lillil In her arms, he shot her down.
The Inquest was held nt 3 o'clock
esterday afternoon by Deputy Slier
IT Jnrrct nt the police station. Miss
Mabel I'unol, the murdered woman's
ilster, Ilcrnnrd Kclekollo, nnd Mrs,
Kaal being tho principal witnesses.
Miss Puaol said that during the
ivcutng while Bho and her sister
.vere home, several young men called,
imong them being llernanl Keleko
lo, Peter Ilrlght, nnd Charles Kekoa,
vho.had attended a social nt a danc-
ng club. Most of them had been at
.ho houso earlier In the evening, and
ill decided to return to tho Knal
ionic, as it was after trolley-car time.
They went on tho veranda. At this
ime the witness saw Clcorto Kalel
ilnl, who came Into the houso from
i rear door. This was about half
).iBt 11. Ho cnlled to Mrs. Kalclklnl
o come Inside tho parlor, as he wnnt
d to talk with her. Shu refused, but
when her baby feel nslcep in her lap
.ho arose and went inside iiml then
ipoka to her husband, He asked her
o return to his homo and she refused.
They fussed around and ho took hold
t her arm, but she broke away. She.
eturneil to tho veranda, nnd he call
d out that he was still her husband
ind had the power to make her re
urn with him. Tho wlfo said ho was
10 longer supporting her. This sort
if talk went on for a couple of hours,
vhen most of the young men, with
he exception of Uernard, started
lome. At that time Mrs. Kalelklnl
ind her sister went Into the yard to
i small houso nnd on their return the
husband met them and again demand'
;d that the wife accompany him
Then he took her by tho sleevo and
irm and commenced to drag her. Tho
ilster then intervened and said,
'George, don't handle my sister like
Fired Three Times
Kalelklnl at this time was back of
the two women, nnd suddenly a re
volver was fired, directly behind Miss
Puaol's head, tho shot whizzing past
her ear. She broke away nnd ran
lust as she saw Kalelklnl point the
revolver toward his wife and fire
igaln. She stumbled, but got up, and
n third shot was fired, when the wo
man fell In a heap and lay thore limp,
with George bending over her, revol
ver In hand, Miss Puaol ran into
the houso and called out for help, and
then yelled, "Hnul In! Haul in!" Tho
people in tho house came, out and
Into the yard, and tho young men who
had started away came running back
Threatened More Murder
Tho people told George to stop his
work, whereupon he turned on the
crowd and told them to keep away, or
he would shoot them. Miss Puaol
said, "Don't you dare," at which Ka
lelklnl moved toward her with the
revolver In his hand, whereupon she
fled Into the houBe, followed by Her
nard nnd the others, When they
looked out ngalu, Kalclklnl had tils
nppenred. They found Mrs. Kalelklnl
Ilernnrd Kelekollo, In relating his
story, confessed candidly that ho was
nfrald, and thnt he fled into tho
house for safety, viewing the martini
appearance of Kalclklnl with fear.
He peeped through the lattice-work
on the veranda, nnd then, believing
Kalclklnl had gone away, the boys
held a hurried consultation as to how
to notify the police, und decided thnt
all three should make n dash for the
road, They ran out of the yard
through the hack way, not caring to
encounter Kalclklnl with his revol
ver, and eventually telephoned to
the police station from the pol fac
tory at Kallhl.
Ilernnrd said thnt, at the time of
the shooting, he hud just curled up
on the end of the veranda to sleep,
when he heard the women go out Into
the yard. Then he heard other steps
nnd, peeping out, he saw Kalelklnl.
Later he heard the rounds of anger.
nnd then came the shots In succes
sion. Defore the shots were fired he
thought there was going to be trou
ble, and he started down the steps,
when the first shot was heard. Then
he ran back Into the house. When
ho looked through the lattice he dis
tinctly saw In the moonlight Kalel
1,1 n I holding a revolver
Mrs. Kcola Kaal said she returned
cd from up town with her husband
about half-past 11, and sho heard tho
husband and his wife talking. Sho
told Kalelklnl, the first tlmo ho took
tho woman's arm, to let her go, as he
had no business handling her so
loughly, nnd reminded him thnt sho
was taking care of Mrs. Kalelklnl.
After tho tragedy sho saw Kalclklnl
stnndlng ovor the woman.
Dr. McDonald, who mado an au
topsy of the body of the woman, gnve
some Interesting testimony ns to the
course the bullet took. Strange to
say, only one bullet struck tho wo
man, and It was probably tho third,
the doctor testifying that death must
have bcon almost Instantaneous. Tho
bullet entered the victim's back about
four Inches from the median line and
nbout on n level with the crest of the
Ilium. Then the bullet ranged In
ward and upward, entirely through
the body, penetrating the Intestines,
touching the edge of the liver, bored
through the diaphragm and then on
through the right ventricle of the
heart, through the chest wall und
lodged just behind the skin of the
breast. The Doctor stated thnt death
was caused by shock und hemorrhage,
Mrs. Kalelklnl was about 28 years
of ago nnd was born on Kauai. Ka
lelklnl Is a painter by trude.
The coroner's Jury rendered the
following verdict, after which Kalel
klnl was specifically charged with
"That the deceased came to her
death by shock and hemorrhage caus
ed by a gunshot wound Inflicted by a
bullet discharged from n revolver
held In the hand of Georgo Kalcl
klnl." Tho Jury did not take cognizance
of tho opportunity to stnto that the
accused killed tho woman with homi
cidal intent, but left it open to a
cause by accident or other method.
W r s ss m XvuNZ' Wfflls&s.JJ J
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and ready for demonstration
Models of '04, '05, '06.
Newly painted; in fine condition.
Newly painted and varnished, and in
Only very slightly us i ' t tassel
as second hand. A bain.
1907 Maxwell Runabout
Newly painted and varnished, and in
2 1907 Mitchell Runabouts
Equipped with a new 30-1I.P. Brcn
nan Engine. In good shape.
These are some of the most striking automobile bargains that.
1 have ever been offered in Honolulu
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
A FEW 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
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECURE THIS BAR
GAIN! P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
To show tho appreciation that the
company at the Orpheum has foi
Henri French, they all clubbed to
gether and with Herder's band nt the
neau anu a siring ot auiomouues mi-1
Inwlnff mpt film nn his arrival nt the I
Siberia, Mr. French Is noted all over
the country for his excellent worl
In many different lines, and tho play
ers now at the Orpheum wished tc
demonstrate tho fact to the public
what they, ns theatrical people,
thought of tils work, by giving him
this big reception. Mr. French will
add greatly to the already fine per
formance ut the theater this evening,
nnd thoso who attend will certnlnly
hnvo a treat. Mr. French will be
with tho vaudovlllo company until
tho closo of their engagement here
next Saturday night.
THE PASSION PLAY
An entirely now ilcturo'of tho Pur
slon Play, different from an; thins ovci
shown here, will be put 011 tho scrcei
nt tho Emiilro Theater next Mondin
afternoon and shown for a fow day
only. It is customary to lucroaao tin
prlco of admission wherovyr this plr
luro Is shown, but the management o'
tho Emplro will mako no change
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a rnn
cert this nvening on tho roof Harder
of tho Young Hotel at 7:30, as follows-
"Tho Soldiers In tho Hushes" .,,,
Overture "Sunimorovo" Sum
"Godspeed and Goodnight" . ...Uohir
Selection "Krnanl" Verd'
Vocal Hawaiian Souks... nr. by Dorgei
Selection "Hello of Uohemla" ....
, , Englandai
Waltz "I.ovo'8 Passing" .... Uergore
Murch "The KIbsIhk Spell".. Suhlot
"Tho Star Spangled Uunncr."
The Weekly Edition of tha Evenlnr
Bulletin gives a complete summary 0'
the news of the day,
Our bakery, unler the direction of Mr, Jungclaus,
produces a grade of fancy cakes superior to any in
the city. There is no limit as to variety and the
prices are always right.
The Palm Cafe
The Wall Beautifier
Old, dingy walls nic made
bright, fresh, and beautiful by
the application of this stipe.
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It is .the siiilrfor of nil oth
ers in every way. It is abso
lutely nor.poisonous, covers
well, spreads easily, nnd is
icady for instant use upon be
ing mired with cold water.
Call nnd sec us about it.
Lcwcrs & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
HOTEL ST. NEAR PORT,
The most Refreshing Drink Imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences,
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as liALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 881.
P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St.. Odd. W. 0. Irwin & Co.. Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; aho deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Eto,
SAFE MOVING A SPE-
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST, NEAR KING ST.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Saloo
Thy a drink nt the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU, ,"
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