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EVRKINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , Tt'ESDAY, DEC. 15, 1908.
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UR STOCv or HOLIDAY GOODS was never
quite so choice or so complete as it is this
season. We have drawn heavily upon the
lnrec maiufacturinpr houses of Europe, Amer
ica, and the Ouent, and aie prepared to show you
values such as yoa have never seen before.
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Wc buy direct, and Ret the lowest prices on our
Roods, with discount for cash; and we can afford to sell
them nt n small profit because they sell FAST that way.
Just stop iii and sec the prices on our HOLIDAY
GOODS and NOVELTIES. Our specials are only an
indication of the low prices that pievail everywhere
in our store.
Tuesday and Wednesday
DRESS VOILES Stylish hair stripes and pretty plaids.
25c quality, 15l A YARD.
-Extra heavy, $3.50 quality,
KIMONO HANDKERCHIEFS A variety of patterns,
12i2c quality, at 8 l-S EACH.
DRAPERY AND KIMONO SILKS - 75c and 90c qual
ity, 0l YARD.
GAINING IN POPULARITY.
The two HANDSOME DOLLS, now on display in
our Show Windows, will be GIVEN AWAY
on Christmas Eve. to the two children getting the
highest number of votes.
Every Vote Counts
A voting Coupon free with every 25o purchase.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA SXREETS.
DEVIL FISH HOLDS
DIVER IN ITS GRIP
Frightful Struggle For
Life Waged Under
Struggling for llfo hi the Frnsp of n
giant uitllu Ash tho slimy tentacles
(it tliu lonthsomo cicnturc uitwliilnr,
themsidvcx ulmiit IiIh body, anil tliu
oiitcomo of tho fluht a mutter of toul.
racking doubt, was the frightful ex
pcrlencu through which M. Lund, tho
diver who linn como hero tn mnku some
Investigations In regard to tho I'onrl
Hiirhor work, passed about n 5 ear uijo
Tho dreadful ordeal, which nut row l
missed being a, still in ore dreadful
tragedy, was experienced off the
Southern California coast. I.und wax
engaged In work below tlio Ben level
when ho felt himself In tho grasp of
KOinu power that seemed to he draw
lug him along. A glance showed the
tentacles of a devil fish clasping him
about Iho wnlst.
rteallzlng that every moment was n
matter of tho gravest Importance,
I.und attacked tho creature with his
hatchet and managed to chop himself
lose from tho death dealing embrace.
Though tho ordeal was one culculat
til to destroy tho nerve of most men,
I.und accepted it as one of tho hatnrds
of his dally work, and contlrucd his
operations us though nothing had hap
ALMOST MAKE JOURNEY
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Good folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop.
134 King St
'Twos by tho narrowest Imaginable
mat gin that n local weekly escaped
losing Its editor, and a moinlng paper
Its Hortliig editor this morning. A
little mora water, or n llttlo less nerve
I una ino iwu men in ipicsuun would no
now well on their way llllownrd.
It all enmo about through a desire
on tho pnrt of tho two knights of the
typewriter to seo Homo friends off on
tho Manna Kea. Iloth men went
aboard tho ship and when the whistle
blow which means "get off" they both
Waved on board. nnnlly, after tho
gangplank had been pulled In and a
trip of bluo water was already separ
ntlng tho ship's side from the wharf,
they enmo back to earth, and at tho
tamo timo felt n strong desiro to reach
Ono of tho men, who Is rather bald
headed, rushed to tho sldo of tliu ship,
took ono look nt tho water, seized a
lopo and, with spectacular bravery,
swung himself down onto tho wharf.
Ills fet was greeted with cheers,
which so upsot tho otner man, who M
tall and smokes u pipe, that ho foigot
to Jump. A shriek from tho wharf re
called him to a senso of his ilangct;
however. With n despairing look nt
tho captain, who seemed to care noth
ing for his predicament, ho gavo u
mighty gulp, swung out on tho ropo,
and was hauled safely ashoro by hh
late, Involuntary traveling companion
The Pennsylvania Academy of rino
Arts in Philadelphia announces tho
foundation of the Carol II. Heck mo
mortal gold medal, to be awnrded an
nually to tho best portrait in 1U
exhibition painted ty an American
artist. The medal h endowed by
James M. Deck, formerly Assistant
Attorney General nf tho United
States, as a memorial to his sister.
Bulletin Busines Office Phone 256.
Rnllftln Editor!! Room Phone 18S
Police Take Evidence
It Is not probable that any piosecu
Hon will ictult from tho incident li)
which VA. Dulsenberg was Injured by
tliu Lewis nuto lollldlug with his
buggy last Sunday night. Sheriff Inu
kea stated this fori noon that ho had
heard, on what he considered good
authority, that Dutscutierg did not wish
to prosecute, mid this Is confirmed by
r statement which Diilsinbcrg hlmselt
Is reported to have made this morn
ing. Tho pollco last night held an Investi
gation, most of those who wero in
volved in tho affair being examined b)
Chief of Detectives Knlaklcla.
Trod Wright, the mounted officer on
tho bent, who nrrlved at tho scene af
ter tho accident, said that .tack Scull)
enmo up to him with Ills auto, driven
by llllllo Meyers, 'ami stated that he
had taken Diilsctihcrg to the hospital
Tho unto had no number on It. Two
men and two whito girls were ulso
Otlo Heine, who was one of tho pas
sengers in the Lewis nuto, said that
Mcvoru' machine was ahead of Lewis
and was raising a grent deal of dust
When Meyers' auto had passed the
Dulsenbcrg rig Lewis turned to the
left when tho rig appealed right in
lront of them, 1.cwIh hounded his
horn and while doing so ho turned hit
machine to tho light. At the same
lime tho rig also turned to tho right
And then tho collision occurred, Heine
estimated that both machines were go
Ing ut tho rato of twenty miles an
Ludulgscn, Jr., who was with Heine
In tho Lewis auto, said that tho mil
chine was going on the right sldo ol
tho road up to tho time of colliding
with tho buggy nt the rnto of fifteen
to twenty miles per hour. The col
Hslon was so sudden fiat ho could not
describe it, but he remembered that
tho horn was tooting nt tho time.
Trunk Low Is said that, as Ills ma
ihlno was passing John Kna road
r.Iejers' auto was about "00 feet ahead
of his and both Were going nt tho rate
of about 20 miles an hour. Law Is wni
in t'uo middle of the road. Just before
tho collision. Ixutt saw u light on hli
loft about 300 feit ahead, and comlni,
toward him. Ho did not sco tho rig
until ho was nbout twelve feet nwnv
end then ho turned to tho right and
tho rig turned In tluJ same direction,
Lewis explained that ho could not
turn to tho left on account of the light
(omliig toward him mid, consequently
the collision occnnid. No light couk
le seen fiom tliu biugy. After theuc
olden t a lady remarked that nil tho oc
cupants ut tho nuto wero drunk
Thcro was one drunken man In the
Meyers testified that ho had not
teen Lewis' auto on his way out tc
Walklkl. He passed tho buggy to hit
right, but could not seo whether there
was n light on It or not. Ho vvus drlv
Ing his machine at tho rata of fifteen
to twenty milts an hour.
Ilert Lloyd testified that ho saw tin
accident from tho Itapld Transit car or.
tho switch but could not tell at what
rate of speed tho uutos wero going
hut both wcio going pretty fast and
tho buggy was going slowly.
Tho pollco have not finished their
Investigation, It being their Intention
to get further evidence especially In
-egard to tho speed at which tho two
uutos wero driving. Of tho evidence
K I-vAL SHIMESr
worn, mm Mm woi
tT???! ??'????? iWf -The ordinary range or sizes
IftoMTtoM'fWf -The REGAL range of sizes
SPECIALS $4 AND ?5. "
EQAL a JARTER-SIZES mean absolute pre
cision of fit, genuine shoe-comfort and per
manent retention of the original shape.
Why should you wear shoes that are a
little too tight or a little too loose, when you
can get your EXACT fit in REGAL Quarter-Sizes?
In REOALS you can get the one-quarter and
three-quarter sixes IN BETWEEN the ordinary whole
and half-sizes. This gives you TWICE as many fittings
as you can ootam in any other shoes made. Because,
except in REOALS, you are limited to full and half
243 new REGAL models this Winter. Every one
is perfect in style, with all this season's fashion-features
of shape, leather, and finish as found in the high
est-price custom-made footwear.
Nowhere else in the world can you obtain equal
shoe-value at anywhere near REOAL prices.
NEW FALL AND WINTER STYLE BOOK SENT
FREE ON REQUEST.
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
One of the new Regal Models
correct tor this season.
Regals are made inall leathers
REGAL SHOE STORE
McCandless Building : : :
Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
tccured bo far there Is nothing 'on
which to base a charge of heedless
driving, according to tho police; but
tho testimony given by tho crew of
Iho Itapld Transit car, which was on
tho switch at tho timo of tho colllblon,
may differ muteilally from that al
Dulscnberg Is still nt tho Queen's
hospital, and Is doing well.
"Tell my friends that 1 urn nil right,"
ho said this morning to Superintendent
Uckhardt, who asked him what he
ahould answer to tho many Inquiries!
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"111111 WU I'Ulllh IIU4I1U,
Y the S.S, Lurilne, we received
another large shipment
of Fancy Groceries and Table
Delicacies, including Assortetff1?!?!!?
Bon-Bons for Table Decorations
and Lehnhardt's Famous Candies.
Orders taken for Green Christmas Trees
Henry May & Co.
FRAZIER THINKS LAW
1$ NOTJOW NEEDED
"1 do not think tae bill-board law
tho Deputy Attorn iv General Is pio
parlng can contcmplato nny radical
icgulatlon, for I cannot sio that tho
situation hero calls for any such
step," said Charles It, l'ruzlcr today,
"The bill-board Is a necessary feat
ure in modem business economy. In
3oino titles on the mainland It Is u
doubtedly nverdono mid has brought
about a situation t'u.U merits string
ent measures, hut no such condition
oxlsts In Honolulu, It may bo that
tho Deputy Attorney Ocnoral is look
ing to tho future and wishes to prs
vent any possibility of out-door ad
vertising assuming unreasonable pro
poitions. In this I shall bo very
glad to extend to mm my hearty co
operation and can probably offor
some suggestions tint will ba very
helpful!. Fortunnip'y, the owner of
ono of the largest hill-board plan'.s
In the United Htatja will be In Hono
lulu very shortly. Ho Is coming to
spend somo of tho winter months
hero to recuperato his health. No
doubt his advlca will bo very valu
ahlo both to thoso wishing to safe
guard tho city's b'-iuty and tliofo
whoso vested interests are in tho out
door advertising birlnets.
"In nny event, I lo not think tlmt
the law tho Deputy Attorney Cicuer.il
may prcpaio will havo any effect on
the hlll-boaid situniiou as it now oxlsts."
w -n wmM iittt . r m m
Mesh Bags and Purses
t i ' is going like hot cakes. ' A 'I '
The quality of the goods in connection with the LOW
PRICES will simply astonish you.
You can now see our large assortment of JEWELRY.
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. V1ERRA & CO.,
Inexpensive and therefore proper as gifts to lady
TOILET WATERS, FINE SOAPS,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN, ' l
Product of the Best Factories.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Building Site at
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. 1. Silva's Store; Eleele, Kauai ,
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WAITY BLDQ, 74 S. KQIQ 81,