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OWING to the late
arrival of many
we shall have many
for sthe ladies who
visit our store dur
ing the next few
We are pleased to
say that our Milli
nery opening has so
far been a most suc
N. S. SACHS DRY
New Assortment. Large .Stock
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almost entirely of low-Drice albums
that are attractive too. We make a
specialty of getting moderately-priced
albums, but we have more expensive
All Grades, Sizes and Kinds
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FORT STREET. " EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
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H . !.. II l
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PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
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By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
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College of Hawaii Offers
History records no greater monu
ment to citiiciitlnn than tho Land
Ornnt Act or 186:!. This Act provides
for n college. In each Htnto nnil Ten I-
tory, tlio IciidliiK object of which sluill
ho to teach audi blanches i)f karnliiK
ih nro related to agriculture and tho
mechanic arts, without excluding,
however, other scientific nnd elassl-J
cnl Ptudles. Tlila laya tho founda
Hon lor practical coumos of study ,''ltuUH; economic uses o. rooil, a crou
and emphasises tho principle that lls; "''vnnccU algebra, 3 ciedlU; cco
incn and women may ho educated hy Il)llc8. credits; cicelies, a crcil
nml Tor these pinctlcal BUbJccts as.,u: lotal credits, ao. Semnd Semes
well as by the classics. ler! I'00(1 chemistry, 3 credits; dlct-
Tho College of Hawaii stands for etlM- ' crc(llts: 5Slc" - credits;
this liiond nnd efficient basis for cdu- .economics, credits; trigonometry, 3
cation nnd has accordingly ariangcd croil'lB: clecUvcs. I credits; total
technical couiscs In Agriculture, Mc-,CIP'"t3' 2"'
chanlc Arts, Household Economics, as' Kmlrth Year l'lrat Semester: ills
well ns for Ucncrnl Science, lleluw tw'' credltB; principles of nutrl
Is tho synopsis of the coumo In House-, ll""' G credits; blstoiy of home cco
hold HconoinlcH. Similar Hynopses of "oniles, 2 credits; )iychology, 3 crcd
tho other courses will bo published n' clectlves, fi credits; total credits,
later: 120. Second Semester: History, t
The entrance renulrenicnts fur "edits; teachers' course. 1! cicdlts;
this couisn arc of tho name high
standard as thoso for tho other
courses; that Is, tho High School or
Oalm Collcgo diploma or Its equiva
lent. Tho eourso requires four yearn
for completion or the acquirement of
K,0 cicdlts, a credit being the equiv
alent of two and one-bulf hours In
recitation nn.l Its preparation or In
laboratoiy. Special students luo
muoil for in subjects which they may ,
Tho conception of Household Kcn
nonilcs may bo licld In two phni-ea,
ono pertaining lo the sciences bear
ing upon tho procuring nnd prepara
tion or food, raiment, and shelter, anil
the other pertaining to tho arts of
these necessities, and iiImj to tho de
lineation of colors and forms lu their
iclallous to our pleasures. At tho
saino tlmn u aufllrlcnl amount of stud
ies ln tho sclcm.es, languages, and
uiathe'matlcs Is lutindueeil ho ns to
glvo the students a wcll-du eloped
course of training. During tho llrxt
jear tho courses In Drawing, Textiles
ami Homo Architecture appeal espe
cially to tho student of Household
Scletico and Art. Tho preliminary
drawing Is designed to give one, u
knowledgo of delineation of forms
and Is a good preparation for tlio
work In Homo Architecture. That
their Is need for this subject Is at
tested by tho fact that woman nio
often wearied of their work In tho
homo liecmiho they Imvn to climb
awkward stairs to travel several
miles each day, looking after tho
poorly arranged rooms, nnd often
their wink embodies MiUlcleiit exer
cise, but this Is mitigated by poor
ventilation or poor sanitary condi
tions, Tim eourso lu Textiles Is de
signed to cover tho UM!ful fibers used
In textile manufacture, their manu
facture, caio and handling, and spe
In tho second ear tho subjects of
Ilouin Decoration, Art and Design
and Food selection mid preparation
nio thiisn especially nppioprlnto to
tills com te. Tho work lu Drawing
and Homo Architecture have laid the
touutiutlou for these courses In dec
oration uhtl tho iimi of color. Dur
ing tho entlio courfo Food leeches
due attention, bntli fiiuii the stand
point of Its preparation and use. A
wcll-cqtilppcil Mlchcii and dlulug
loom will bo provided and thu stu
dent will have practice lu all activi
ties pertaining to the preparation and
scivlug of food.
lu all these practical subjects, how
over, tho htudeut keeps constantly In
mind the Importance of training tho
Intellect nnd artistic houses as well
ns tho mind. To this end tho courses
In tho older related, retonccs of Dot-
any, tleology, Chemistry, Physics, nnd
Zoology nnd coin son In tlio Humani
ties nnd Ceramics nro given. Tho re
finement of tastn and development of
tho power of dlsciimlnatlon is espe
cially helpful in the homo; henca tho
woik in art Is being adapted to tho
reqiilicmouts of studenta In House
hold I.tonomlcs. Tho subject of Art
History Is also being provided. Sculp
turu and painting will bo consldcicd
as a means of cultivation lu nrt ap
preciation and ait criticism, A col
lection of antique and modern casta
will Im piovldcd for uso of students
in art and design.
Following Is a synopsis of tlio
coiiini In detail:
COUItSl. IN HOIISIHIOM)
I'lrst Year Flrbt Semester: (In-
omctry, 3 credits; textiles, 3 credits;
Hugllsh, 'I credits; hntnuy, 'I credits;
(Ionium or Ficnch, 3 credits; art and
design, 2 credits; total credits, 19,
Second Semester: Homo nrchitecture,
3 credits; English, I credits; chemis
try, fi credltb; Uormany or French, 3
credits; botany, 1 rredlts; total cred
its, 20. llcginnlng with 100!), chem
istry will be given throughout tlio
year (8 hours); drawing first tenics
tor, nrt and design, second semester.
Second Year First Soniestor: (ler
mnn or French, 3 credits; chemistry
(qual, anal,), 3 credits; homo tlo
nrntlnn, 3 credits; art and design, 2
cicdlts; English, 3 credits; zoology,
3 credits; phnloloi;', ,1 credits; to
tal ci edits, 20. Second Semester:
Clorniau or French, ? credits; chemis
try, organic, 4 credits; fond selection
anil melioration, ;: cieillts; English,
.'! credits; oology, :i credits; geology
or nrt and design, 1 credits; total
Third Year first Semester: Kuoil
chemistry, .1 crcdlta; liacterlology, I
household management, 3 credits;
logic, 3 credits; electees, S credits;
total credits, 20. '
KNIFING IN FIFTH DISTRICT
(Continued from Vvzt 1.
Micro nio snvornl units of these tick-
iilii ninl nti Hint? titttnt 111 utit nful fnut.
i uiH) iint nn tin i"1'' rvi,iui sunt-
urcs. It Is hard to Bay Just how ninny
pro-.candidates will bo effected by this
Cutting Out Senators.
Ml tho tickets havo leeled their
main attack on the Republican Seine
torlal ticket. It appear that John
Hughes has been cut fiotu all of them,
whllu in somo Hcnrlqiies nud lu others
Union has been chosen as tho sacri
fice. In tho iilnro of the two candi
dates who Inivo been scratched off tho
names of Frank llimcy. the Demo
cratic candidate, nud of II road, the
l.aboilto. havo been placed, and thero
nro many who bellovo that unless the
ltcpubllcan party makes a very deter
mined clfoit. It will lose two of Its
Senators. Among tho Supervisorial
candidates Wntklus and l.og.iu liuvo
been scratched from m:it of thoso
tickets, hut It is probable thCy
wlll gather strength when they
get on tho stump.
Meeting at Kakaako.
This cenlng theni will bo a gieat
meeting ut Kakaako, at tho corner of
South nnd (Jiiecu streets Tho speak,
ors will bo all tho candid lies who are
i mining at largo and the ltepresentu
tlvcn from tho Fourth District. A
quintet club will enteitiilu tlio crowd
between tho specchos.
Trip Around liland.
At a meeting held al heailquarturs
by tho Republican candidates It was
decided to start thu tour around tho
Island tomoirow at !i o'clock. The
parly expects to return to town Sal
Tho Itinerary will bo as follows:
Meeting ut Kaueohu courthouso at
Meeting at Wnlkane. 3 p. in.
Meeting at I.;ile, 7:30.
Friday ovcnlng meeting nt Wul.i
Saturday, meeting ut Pearl City,
7:30 p. in.
Throo automobiles will convey tlio
fourteen candidates ami Stephen Du
blin and Ilernunl Kellokalol, who will
Chairman Judd of tho County Com
mllteo states that this. will be In the
inulii an Introductory trip for the pur
pose of Inti mincing Uio candidates to
tho outside district voters.
Money for Bryan.
Tho local Democrats ueom to tnku
qnlto an Interest In tlio National cam
paign. Thoy havo shown this lu a
very striking form by getting toguther
u rund, whlrh will bo Kent to the Dry
nn managers lo usslst his campaign.
Col. McCarthy stated this lumping
Hint almost every precinct club In the
city, cbpecially thnu In which tho Ha
wulinns wcro In tlio majoilty, had con
tributed to this fund, anil although tho
KiuiiH conlilhutcd woro not very largo
they showed tho strong Interest which
prevailed among (ho voters.
Tonight, commencing nt 7:30 o'clock
tho Homo Killers nnd l.nborltes will
conduct, u .political meeting at Mo.
inn. nutiiKa or tho church. Thoy will
bold no other meeting ami nn that ac
count, it Is expected that It will Im
largely attended by tlio residents of
Mollllli and Paloln valley.
Tho speakeis will Includo almost all
Uio candidates of tho Joint ticket.
Feds for Monarrat.
Ilouulo Mous'arrat. lho,,lnilnnenileni
candidate) Tor Deputy Sheriff, and run
nlnginnto of Inilkcn, this noon filed
his nomination papers. Thoy'contuln
enough names of Civic FcdcratloulstK
in iniiicntothnt. If tho supposition that
u man will volo for tho candldato
whoso nominal Ion ho endorses, Is cor
rect, tho Civics Will .probably oiiilorsu
Tho. fqll Hut Is ns follows; W. It.
A Rare Opportunity
The Government recently paid 40o
ner 'square foot for a strip of land on
tho corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts. :
and less than 80 feet from it, facine
iuu ot. unu opposiic xur. ynve va
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 92 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
n small 6-roora .CottaRe on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
i i ; j j r
Young German Cqnvlcted
Of Annoying Small
C. Plner. a Herman lad. nineteen
years of age, was this morning found
gullly by Judge Andrado nt Indecent
cxposaie. Tlio caso wa.i a hard fought
one, I!. M. Wntsou, who appeared for
the defendant, trjlng to proo nu alibi.
Tho witnesses for tho prosecution
wero tlireo small girls, pupils nttend-
lug tliu Kanliiinianu tchool, who tes
tified that Inst WedllCbday tho do
fendnlit had been nnnolng them by
his actions, nltlioUKh he did not speak
to them or attempt any violence. Tills
they said, happened nt about S:39 n
in. on l.unalllo street ts they wero on
their wjiy to school.
Tho rather and mother of tlio de
fendant, two woithy old-fashloacd Her
mans, testlllcd that their son had been
In bed on tho morning lu question, and
that ho hail not risen befoio it o'clock.
They stated that he had been mil oi
;uork for a couple of mouths, nud that
He had hecn lu tho lialdt or lying lu
bed until n every morning while he
was unemployed. The defendant tes
tilled to tho same effect. t)u cross
examination he ndmttted that'liu had
been once convicted, but Insisted that
ho did not remember for what offeuso.
On examination of tho court record It
was shown that In 1005 Piper had been
sent to the Reform bchool for one
year. He had pleaded guilty to being
found on tho piemlscs of a boarding
school for girls.
Piosecutor Hrown asked, after the
Court-had round dclcndaut guilty, that
teittciico bo deferral, ns ho had a
conplo of other charges of ,i similar
nature which ho ulRliod to press
against Piper. This was granted, nnd
the two now charges wero entered
Ono of these alleges Ihat on October
l Piper had been guilty of misconduct
at S:30 a, in. on Thurston avenue
wlillu tlio other alleges that ho had
been annoying tho small children of
tho Susanna Wesley Homo on King
street nt 2:30 p. m .of tho saino day.
The defendant was released on n
bond of JIS00, tho cases being bet for
homing tin next Monday.
Wednesday, Oct. 7.
Temperatures C n. m.. 72; S e. in..
75: 10 a. in., 78; noon, 79; moinlng
Parameter, 8 a. ni 29.08, n'oMilmu
I umldlty. S a. in.. O.r.la ri.iln ner
cubic foot; relative humldlt). J. n in.,
u per ceni; new point, 8 a in.. Hi
Wind G n. in., velorllv T. iltr.tetlnn
N. K.j 8 a. m eloclty 11, direction
N. 15.; 10 ii. in., velocity 2U, dl.vjn n
N. K.: nircii. velocity. 15, '.Irettl-m ?!:
itaiuiuii uiiring 2 hours mlei S n.
m.. .02 Inch.
-Total wind movement ibrlng It
hours ended nt noon, 145 ltd!;?,
WM. II.. STOCKMAN,
Section Director. Weather Ruroau.
Harry Darlington Jr. of Pittsburg
married Miss l.orrcda Weir, daughter
or Levi Weir of New York, In Lon
don. All Los Angeles clubs go on n tem
perance basis as a result of tho cam
paign made by city prosecutor.
lUiieJackct Is nrics'tcd nnd charged
with writing scurrilous letter lo Iloo
scvelt. :n: rt Hi! it h m :: a a ?: nuiii:
Ciisllo, II. Vi-rno Mitchell, W. I. Cas
tle, .1. 11. Cuhfle, W. C. Peacock. C. II.
King, It. I.. Auerbaeli, Harry Armltugo,
K. II. WodchuiiFc, W, M. lluchnnan,
C. r PctBison, W. !'. Johnstone. O. I'
II. I). .Mariner, 11. M. Whitney, (1. C
llliodes, i:. M. Vetloscn, II. M. Camp
bell, l' 1!. Htcoro. 11. II. tllffard. .1. I),
Mclueruy, Jasou Andrade, II, W. Ad
ams, M I). Mousarrat, II. (!. Ferndra
A. K. Wall, Win. W. Hall, .1. I). Dolor.
Sam Kaloa, a well known Demo
crude, speaker, admitted today at noon
tho strength or tho Republican party
"Tho Republican party Is tho strong
est party In Honolulu," said Kal'i-i
"bill It Is llku n salt salmon. Ha savor
Is no longer erfecllvo. Tlio Democrat
lo parly Is llku n rut mullet. It luster
good nud thoso who pailako or H will
havo no 'kick' coming. It Is proper
lor oery sensible oter to caht his
vote for tho Democrats, tlio inullcM."
Knlna made a strong appeal this
lion nfor Iho Democratic ticket, stating
that lis ticket, headed by Link Mo
Caudless and Kuril, Included tho hot
men lu Iho county. Ho denounced Kn
Inuokalanl nnd Aclil for running tlio
Homo Ilulo-Lnhorlto convention lo salt
their convenience "This." Kuloa
said, "angei ed Iho Homo Rulers of
Lalo, wlig nnnoiiuceil that they would
nly volo tor Notley,"
'Ware the Hoodoo
These nro flays of ill-omens. Whe
ther they are attributable to our far
famed kahunas or not, remains for
jlie devotees or tlio era ft lo derldo. Wo
nrc sum, hownvnr, Hint Pelo shook
and scattered tho Democrats al Kala
pana, while a very much dead whale
awaited tho reluming Homo Ilulcrs
In Illln Hay. A Sottn.
Flock by Themselves
Hearst has n disciple truo blue, in
Honolulu, Having been n Homo Kill
er, a' Republican nnd n Democrat all
within a short period of time, laukcu
Is now an Independent candidate fqr
'.Sheriff or Oalm County. He Is not,
howover, tho only sorehead, as wo
note Hint Ilcckloy, Carlo Long, nud
divers others nre also Independents,
nud-being to Independent the voteis
will doubtless allow them to vote tor
themselves alone. A Setta, Hllo.
to give you a Ten Days' Free Trial
in ord;r to prove to you that the ,
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