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EVENING BULLETIN1, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1008.
YOU' will have to look around
for school supplies for the little
ones soon. We can supply you
with the best at the lowest
White, plain colors, and fancy plaidsj all new;
75i 91.00 $1.50 to i?3.50.
Black cotton; f-ood quality; 3 pairs for 50
20 25 and .'15 a pair.
Children's black ribbed lisle hose; fine quality;
10 and 50 a pair.
Children's tan and white cotton ribbed hose,
35 a pair
Misses' black and white lisle hose, 50 a pair.
A FULL LINE of CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
Black and black with white stripes. Plain and
embroidered ruffles. Very prettv. Look like silk,
$1.75 $2.00 $2.50 and $2.75.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
- jmauar arwrs-f ww.
l.M . "li.J'J"-W,l(
The principal reasons why you
should buy the
are that it keeps food pure
and fresh and cold, it uses lit
tle ice, and is the easiest in
the world to clean.
Call and see it at
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the light
three-fold without consuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It noeds but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST, NEAR ALAKEA.
RECEPTION AT (COGS OF THE LAW
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per- Year
"Arcadia" Is Scene Of
1'inm 1 until fl o'clock estorday nf
tornim, tlio licniitlfiil RrminiU at
"Arcadia," tlio I'mialinu Bluet colon
ial resilience of (lovornor nihl Mis
Walter I 11011, were thronged with
tinwil olMcerH, HtrmiKers nnd people of
Honolulu. It ns tlio occasion of thu
Burden imity Riven liy tho Chief I'x
ecuthu nnd IiIh wife to Admiral Suln
Inline, Admiral Hetnoo nnd the olllccrs
of tho I'leet. Mm. Krear was mishit
cd In icceKliiK tho quests by Mru
Sulnunriiu nnd Mrs. Ike's.
The nfternoon was jierfect for tlio
Riuttcn fete, and It was icnllj one of
tho moat 8ti Iking entertainment nf
fairs glcn In honor of tho Pacific
I'leet kIiico Its nriUnl here, lleantl
fill KowtiH wero iniich In evidence, nml,
nlllioiiKh tlio reception una entirely
Informal, the nieetliiK f M friends
on hoaid the tdilpit 11s well iih.iiow
oncx, lent 1111 til r of Riijcty to the iiccii
The follow Iiik nsslsted In the receiv
ing: Mr. nnd Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Judge
and Mrs. ll.itton. Captain nnd Mrs.
Moses, l)r. mill Mrs. I.niiKhoriiu, JikIko
Lindsay, Judge and Mrs. Whitney, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oerrltt Wilder, Mr. ami Mrs
Oartloy, Mrs. Philip 1'iear, Mrs.
KliiBslmry. Mrs. H McK. Harrison,
Mr, and Mrs. A, I.owls, Mrs. Upliam,
Mrs. Robertson, Mis. Hairy ll.ildwln,
Mr nnd Mrs. Kimball, Miss Ch.irlotto
Hull, MIhh I.lndn Sclmefor, Mlns Mar
garet l'ctemoii, MIks Allco Hoth, Miss
l'nt. Miss Harlwell, Miss Sturgeon
and Miss Kathetlno Clood.ile.
PETTY OFFICERS' BALL
The second annual ball Riven by
the putty olllcors of tlio I'.iclllc I'leet
wan lnndo an occasion nt once mem
orable nnd exceedingly enjojaulo;
0110 of tlio most delightful of a num
ber of delightful nffnlrs which have,
been held on tho loot garden of thu
Veiling Hotel lately. Attended by
Jtcai Admiral Source, U. S. N., by
captains" of ciulsers. and a host of
lounger oIMccih, nnd by boctuty maids
and illations daintily gowned, en
livened by cmnpturltiR Hawaiian mu
sic by tho quintet, Ray with tho glit
tering lights and tho bright govvnB
and natty uniforms, truly It was
Dancing went on in both pavilions.
Tho petty officers bliowcd themselves
unrivaled hosts. Tlio mirth was nov
el' allowed to Black. lvcione danc
ed. Tho punch tables, nt either end
of tho ptomcmido, wuio not slighted.
I'veijono bad a most glorious timo
Tho muilc was furnished by two
quintette, alternating lit tlio pavilions,
and by the band.
Thok'o In clurgn of this most cu
Jojablo affair were:
I'lesldcnt, S. 11. Chapman, Mary
land; Secretary, J. W. Davidson,
Hop, Inn; Treasurer, W. II, Hush,
I'loor Dliectois, r. .1. Shea, Mary
land; It. II. Ilu-ili, TruMun; C. II.
Jteceptloii Committee, I. V. Am
nmln'ii, I'ennsj Ivanla; A, Wnchllu,
South Dakota; J. Acuff, Tc1111cs1.ee;
.1. Tielnor, Wiishlngton; W. A. Cel
Invitation Committee, S. 0. Chap
man, Mnrjrljnd; W. Scyford, Stow
ait; I'. Kalile. California; 0. llowaid,
Solace; 1 P. Caitcr, Hull.
Old rollcgo days wcio illbcii3.,cd and
obi nicinoilus broiightup hist nlghl at
thu University Chili when thu Sons of
Ynlo held n banquet and nftervvnids
formed nil Alumni Association, 1 vwn
ty of the tbiity-elght 11I1111111I of Vulo
wero present Inst evening A I. Jiultl
pieslded, nnd (Jovcinor I'lt'iir icsjioml
oil to tho toast to tho I'lesldcnt, Tied-
click 11 Williams responded to tho
toast to Yule, anil Oeoigo It. Caitcr to
thu toist Hawaii,
Mattcis relative to Minding moio
utiidoits fiom hciu to theii nliiia mater
vvoio discussed. Thu following wero
tlio olllcers of tho Association elected:
l)r W I). Alexander, pieslduut; Dr. 1)
Scuddci, vice piesldcnt; C. T. Clem
ciiK. secretary, mid It. C. Conko, tieas
Mother of famous nctiess, Mario
Doro, lives lonely llfo in San Itufael
AGAIN IN MOTION
Circuit Courts Are Busy
The old hurry, limn, and scurry
that characterizes (he h ilhvnvs of the
Circuit Courts during the bus sea
son was onco more In evidence this
morning, after the long Biiniiuer pe
1 oil of vacation shopmen. Thuo
was tho usual Huong of witnesses,
alleged criminals, Intciested Idle
spectators, and bust ling, solMmpor
tant attorneys nnd their clerks, to
siy nothing of the empaneled Jur-
meti, cncli coming to be told wheth
er or not ho was to ho one of the
"twelvo men, tried and true," who
would sit In judgment upon their
Judgo ItobliiMm's time was mostly
taken up by Cottntv Attorney Cath-
cait, who was on hand to set tlio
casc3 tin his calendar for trial. In
tho-mnttcr of tho Turllory of Hawaii
veisiis lliilllaute, nilloii was deferred
until tomuriow moruliiR tit in
o'clock. Cutlicnrt htated Hint thu
principal witness for the piosccutlou
was very HI,
David Kojee, he who caused tlio
dlxappcainncc of IVlhcr Valentin's
movliiR-plcturo murhtne, told tho
Court that IMille Douthltt would rep-
rebcnt blm In thu matter bufoio tho
I.OUI t. Mr. Douthltt was tulcphuiied
Judgo Lindsay lisik up a number
of minor mattcis this moiulng,
grinding out n divorce fiom tho mill,
us usual. I.ania M Sch uicr had tho
bonds of holy ni.iti linony between
herself nnd Anton I'. dissolved on
tho ground that he had wholly and
wilfully failed to piovldo her with
Judgo Do Holt fared nil allay of
juiors this morning for 11 few mo
ments, but as Jur was waived In the
only matter before Ills Honor, thu
ilccldcnts were allowed to leave, to
return, hovvovcr, tomorrow morning
NEW HOUSE ami lot at Waikikt,
near Camp McKinlcv, 0 rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PRICE
REDUCED TO $600 !
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KINO ST.
Tho mutiihcni of Honolulu Uiancli
No. SCO of tlio National Association nf
Letter Carrleis, celebrated thu second
minlvuisiir) of thu organization, with
11 dinner at tho Union (lilll Inst oven
lug. Coveis weio laid lor ten. Steph
cu Lukiia, an ex-carrier, now In the
Immigration Department, wat the
guest of honor, mid Secietuo '. K
Kuullti acted as toastinasler He
toisted the N A. 1.. C. mid Ills H;
marks vveie ipilto filling to tho oicj
sloii. President Jones icBpnmlul tc
tho toast, "The i'lesldeut," nnd llroth
er Kahuna to thu "Postmaster." llroth
or Addison, the local collector of the
Mutual Benefit Association of Letter
Carriers, lesponded to tlio toast, "Tho
M. I). A." A giand ovciilng vvmh spent
though overjone legretfcd that Mr
Maxim, nu ex can lor with fifteen jcirs
service to bis ciedlt and who is now
with thu ritzpatilek Uios. Cigiu Co
of this c I ty. (uiild not bo with them
on account of business. Also Hear)
l.otzt 1111 e carrier now on thu l'. S
S. Tennessee, of thu Pacific I Icot
could not respond to thu Invitation
tendered him, an account of Injuries
sustained while out riding 011 I'rldaj
last, tlioirJi thu local brothers vvlsl
llroth Lotz a Hputily lecoveiy. Tin
menu was as follows:
1)1 ancli No. SCO, N. A. L. C.
(Unknown to Carrier Nn. I)
(Outside, Curler No. fi.)
Ctdd Itoast Ilecf
(Not by Cnulcr No. n)
(Opened by Mistake, Carrier No. 1)
(Tiy Cuuler 2)
(Vicious Dog, Carrier No. S)
(The lalres that didn't come)
(Duo .07 cents)
(Itec'd. In 11 1 Condition, Carder 1)
Ilrown Iliead Sandwiches
(Unknown to Clerks)
(Not Located, 12)
flieen Apple Plo with Chocso
(Hecouimeuded fi'i lalses, Canlcrs
No 10 and No 13)
Assoileil l'i lilts
(Quarter l'lidlug Sept. .10, 'OS )
Itev. H. W. ThvvliiB has been ap
pointed by thu Inlet national Heifoun
I tm can nf Washington to lupiuscnt it
tit tho International Confoienco called
ul Shanghai JiiMini) 1, l'JU'J, to ton
sbler I lie null opium movement
Thvvlng will visit tlio piliiclpal cltiei
of China In the Interest of tbla cause
and will also ciusjilc against tho 11 si
of whisky, beei mid cigarettes b the
Chinese, llu will seenro a loavu ot
absence fiom his local vvoik.
1909 Four Cylinder
Stevens - Durve
N BR1N1INQ OUT THIS NEW MODEL vc el not in any way retract any claims
that wc liave made for the sivcylindcr cai which we ate firmly convinced is
the highest type of automobile construction In lesponsc to a demand for a
larccr, roomier car than our 20-horscnowir, 4-eylindcr Model R, and more
moderate in in ice than our Light Six, wc have niodiiced the Model X. This model
supplies a demand for a. 4-cylinder car a little larger and more powerful than the
Model F, which has been discontinued, The owner of the Model X can feel that the
well known featnies of the Model R are embodied in his car, together with the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, the Model X is an enlargement and re
finement of the Model R, . renresentinp; tho most advanced idea? in automobile dc
sipns, toijethtr with Stcvcns-Duryca construction and workmanship, which have been
proven, absolutely correct.
THE UNIT POWER PLANT
This conitntction, which has made the nnme "STEVENS-DURYEA" synonymous
with motor oir efficiency, is retained. STEVENS DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginnine;, and at no time have any radical chances been made in
4 3-4 BORE. ' 4 1-2 STROKE TIRES 34 x 4
" ' WEinHT, 2G50 "POUNDS
For detailed specifications send for catalog.
Price, - $2760
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Storm Fiont, Celluloid Windows and
Slip Cover Extra $ 150.00
Magneto Extra $2200.00
j , CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.
MODELS X and U JUST ARRIVED IN TEXAN
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
,r LIMITED, AGENTS.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The- Paint Shop. 134 King St.
J I A Ik! Fl A Has Moved to
. LAN III OREGON BLOCK,
w mamm as a'
152 Hotel St.
OPrOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
Supplies For All The Above Carried
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
CO.. LTD. '
031 FORT STREET.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2SG.
Bulletin Editorial Room'Phone 185.
Sccio IiiizIiik iiiip.iliH tho tslclit f
1111 .iiiroutlfn BtMiiiuii at the YciIm
Uticmi training station.
All Kinds of Camera Supplies. A Great Assortment.
Island Views and Souvenir Postals
Everything' Photographic "
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co,,
Fort Street, 3 Doors below Hotel Street
4m ifcttiiBW ftiwaA
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