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Saturday, at 5 p.m.
Only three days left to Imy Dress
and Street Hats at a big reduction.
Trimnicd Felt Hats at 33 1-3 per
Speoial Sale of
will begin on
Monday, January 25
Saturday, Jan. 23d
riRST APPEARANCE IN H0N0LU
LU OF THE
THE MACHINE THAT TALKS,
SINGS, AND ACTS.
Tickets on sale nt Bcrgstrom Music
Co. Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c,"
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January 83d, 1909
CALIFORNIA STORM SWEPT
SAN I'ltANCISCO, Calif., Jan 20 -The severest ralntorin whMi liru
visited Oils Coast In Bcven cara. nc -timpanled by n terrific pale, bro'
upon this city tonight, ruttltiK oil wire communications for rcterttl hoiirr
Torrcntliil rains arc falling ocr the control nnd, noithcrn parts of tli
State, nml washout iiru probable. Trains nre greatly delayed, and b
Krlday niny ho stalled In the Bacra-monto vallcv.
SACHAMI2NTO. Calif, .Inn. 20. -Car service bore has been su
potidcd for several hours beruuso of the storm.
RECALL I0S ANGELES' MAYOR
t.03 ANCIKI.KS,, Calif., Jan. 20.
A nmsn meeting held tonight voted
to recall Maor Harper for lnls'con
duet In offlce. lift Is charged with
Tho referendum and recall Is In
operation In California nml the lat
ter power was used nbout two years
ago In an effort, which proved nbbrt-
lc, to displace- Mayor Watorhousc. of
CIIICAdO, III.. Jan. 20. l'lfty-
thice men arc dead fiom tho results
of an explosion In the crib of the ,
new water tunnel connecting Chi- ,
c.igo with the lake.
Irfflm? i si ffl uu ya" H S W m m H 09
Ciniir wild I u uit
i!p,' -, gB For InfartB and Children,
'SoeT i - rr -
IT WAS AN ERUrTION
MANILA. P. I., Jan. 20 News of
tho eruption of Mt. I.ngnan Is con
firmed. Tho activity of tho volcano
ideated tho Waters of u mountain
JAPAN IS AT PEACE
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 20. Prcmlei
Kntsura npened the Diet todav with
n speech In which lie referred to the
cordial forclcn rclaflons of the em
pire. . . n
FAVOR WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
HACItAMP.NTO, Calif. Jan. 20
Tho Constitutional Committee of the
Senate has reported In favor of n
woman's suffrage amendment.
l ARMY, NAVY AND
Particulars in Saturday's and
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
BERETANIA and FORT STS., opp. FIRE STATION.
It is n fact which thousands of peo
ple have demonstrated month after
month that in most lines sold in our
store our qualities arc higher than
nny found elsewhere and our prices
arc considerably lower.
TIlO Benson. Smith & These foundation facts
" T" '. alone make it SOUND
Co. Drug Store Service economy to deal
THIS IS THE DAY TO GO
Everything First Class.
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD Manager
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
the Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
Lave "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. nOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Lunch or Dine
With Us Regularly. .
THE VIANDS ARE GOOD.
THE PRICE REASONABLE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
HOTEL NEAR UNION. I
CORNER BETHEL AND HOTEL
To be liad of members of the club
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ng to view scenes from many lands
ml embracing Comedy and Pathos,
'wo changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Chance of program today as usual,
Deluding several fine Chincsn films
ust arrived ex Hilouion.
lunniiiLi uuiii u
Delay tin thb part of naval officials
at Wnshliicton In forwarding Informa
tion rolnthe to tho tenders for mils
and rolling slock needed for the con
struction and operation of tho naval
railroad on tho Pearl Harbor reserva
tion 1ms tied up all work on the line.
Tho tics, which wort contracted for
months ngo, nro already on tho ground,
but ovorytlifng la at a standstill.
Tho bids wcro opened on December
8, but whether they wcio .ill rejected,
or wliytlidr ti contract has been signed
f I Moved that It may bo cut down to J0i
icei, uiu mil lean.
Tho llurenu of i:iiilpmcnt nt the
Naval Station Is now located In It
new'hnmc. Tho offlcos arc opposlK
those occupied by Lieutenant Com
mnndcr Sanford K. Mokcb, the captain
of the 'yard. Thoy arc ToOm an
light, and admirably adapted to tli.
requirements of tho bureau.
Tho Marine Corps company, former
ly commanded by Captain William
Fay. has ceased to exist r.i a unit Tit
men have been distributed among tli
four companies brought over hero on
tho nutTnlo. The average strength r
each of the four companies! Is now
about 127 men.
The officers nrid men of tho mirln
garrison here are. not paid through tin
Vnvnl Htntlnn 'niilhnrltfn. Their lini
Ih not known here. In cane tho bldi comoB fr0m n Heoarato fund, disbursed
wero rejected, the construction of the hy tho Marine Corps paymaster fin
mad may bo delayed Indet1iillel California, whose headquarters nro a
It Is posslblo that tho work of grad- iL.rkcley.
lug and ballasting the roadway may be . m
. . ,..., ,. .. '
couimenceo ni unce. u huh wurn were
done. It would be a comparatively lin-
plo matter to lay tho rails when onco
thoy nro deposited on tho ground.
TEMPORARY STATION MAY
DE BUILT AT PEARL HARBOR
It Is lion thought possible that tern
ponirj oxecutlo ofllces may bo erect
i Six Months
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
VDMISSION 10c. and 20a
Call and hear our records.
Sec what the EDISON can do.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD,
BLOWS, THIS WEEK
Thn mullent tirm for "klilnoy trou
btr" Is .S'hrltl. Mcillcal work nsret
Ihnt It Is curalilp Uurlnc tlif ncuu ur
. .". ; '. .. J. .... . .... I r mnKo ntu mat u is incnruui in
eu in i-eori uuruur, pri'ir hi iiic rum- t, mud or itirunlc tuit.
xviifii H uiu linr cro3T iin oi
Ibft Utrwl nutlirlUfs. jAmm Trmjtl.
Jl. I)., l'ruf, uf Alrdlclni; In tin Uulvir
slty nt I'enu. Kyn In bin lntf work.
ir ltt. Hint tho cliunstn hiire txrll
uliMrvr.1 as mrljr ns tlio If nth weok
and nr inihnbly mlnhlHhp.1 In nil caws
by TIIK HIXT11 SIO.NTII.
ine lianifi rpnruis mrnnn inuttrn
meiieliig of work on tho peimaueul
Illds for Hie b g drvdock will be
opened on IVIiruary li. The award
lug of the contract. In conjunction with
tho dredging contract already let to
tho Hawaiian Dreilulng Comnanv. will
moan tho agreement of Undo Ham to "wiioii or tln kiinry nml ihn hxik
exp-ud about S7.000.000. Immediately. C?h.R,l .."tho $?'" .S1XZ
In the equipment of n navy yard at tu no iially), und Pruf. Tyian Mainly
Pearl Harbor in)s: l'at lit us to curjtlvu mcniuri
some minor, SnfflRS
It Is understood that
changes have been made In tho plaiu
and speeilicatlons, as originally an
nounced, but JiiHt what these rhnngesl
may bo Is not known. It Is not ho
lloaed that they will result In any re
duction In Hie size of tho drydock,,
SOLDIER8" MEAT COSTS
GOVERNMENT MUCH MONEY;
flmeriimmt authorities havo been
nOtlfled of n 20 per cent rnlso In the
lirlco of fresh meats hero. This means
that tho meat bills of Uncle Sam will
Jump up 30 per cent, with further sky
ward movement not Improbable.
Fresh beef, at wholesale, has gone
up to 1'i cents on Maul, mid at that
It Is said that there Is not enough to
supply Hie homo demand.- The tmd
leu Increase In tho garrison heio has'
tcHiilted in an Incrcnseil demand for! that the manifestation tool; place
froi.li meals of moro than proportion only when thn head of thn house was
ato sire, the frohh meat consumption I -,.. As , Wl,,lt xWn,
of a military mt being considerably (l .,,, aH,
larger than that .timing mi equal mini I .,., , ,.',,, , .
her of civilians. T,,,H racket took place almost ev-
Tho cruiser linffhlo has not been af- ,tr' '". n'l t wenpo It tho I'a-
the kidney to Its normal
I Hr:uih;vr; tiii.uk aiii;
Tho Incvlt.'ililn loulo n( this sltuAtlon
Is Ihnt nn HltAn's ltfiinl Compound li
thti only thine known Hint reduces In
fL-iinmHtlon of tho kldnrys nrtcr It turn
becuinn chronic It Is tlii only thlnir in
Uiv world that popl ran look to for
rcoovrry who hntv hud kidney trouble
luwnr thnn hU months.
(Not In (net. It U th only thing
thnt sets rlln-ctly on kidney Innnnunn
Hon nt nny stnxe, not or Inst. Itut It
naturally reduc II uioru quickly bu
fort tliuri nfter It brcmncs chronic.)
Utvriitiirii nmlli-d frf-.
JOHN J. KUIroN CO,
212 First Street, Hun Francisco
llonolutu Ilruir Co. Tort Kt . nrn nur
o Imnl aKi'nt.n. Ask for Ill-Monthly
Hull) tin of Ute ricavvrlrs. 62
(Continued from Paze I)
feature about the thing was tho fart
The, Weekly Edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin fjlves a complcta cummary ot
Chas. R. Frazier
hone 371. 122 King St.
Bulletin Business Ojllcc Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Thone 185. the news of the day,
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
feeted by Iho Increase In tho prlco of
meat, iih sho has ampld In cold stopig.0
to last o Hirers And men for a mouth, at
least. Sho will tako on board no fresh
meat here. Her cold storngo facil
ities nro of tho best and her capaclt)
WIDTH OF SHIP CHANNEL
IS UP TO CONGRESS NOW
Just what tho width or tho Pearl
Harbor ship channel will ho Is n mat
ter that no one. will bo able to answiV
until after March I. Tho Hawaiian
Driilglug Company has hceu Instructed
to begin nitrations wlthlu the limits
of a son-font rlianiiel. It Is nut ron
sldeieii at nil likely that tho channel
will bo iih narrow as that, Iiowomt.
Tho original plan wan to havo a
channel too feet In width at tho nar1
lowest iluc-o Tho Idea of a ('.no foot
channel was of later Inception. Should
Congress make a largo enough appro
priation, the (haiinel will bn 600 feet
inldjil.thojilu OlP itmir'IPrlallon Im In
adcqualo to accomplish I hat. It Is hri
Owner of an old 'mercantile hoUse
wishes to associate himself with, a
business man who is willing- to take
an active part and put $5000 into the
business to enlarge it. Absolutely
safe. Legitimate returns assured.
Bank nnd commercial references.
For particulars apply
P. E. R. Straucri
WAITY BLD0. 74 S. KINO ST.
AI.COIIUI. 3 PHI CKMT
ling llif SioniaciH anjrkn,rjcf
Promolos Dijeslfonf IwrPJ
ncss arl IVstonlilnj note
Opium Morphine norMiacroL1
iin .i,iau in.
AncrOrl Iter.ipdv forConsflta
lion .Sour Slomaclt.llUrriwi
The Kind You Have
A J. u
llfll6, rocSimilc Sijaaturt of 1
Exsct Copy of Wrapper.
TMf CtNTAUnCOMANr. NIWtOitiTT.
cause corns, sometimes, nnd then comfort ceases. Chi
ropodists arc to be sought if you have not the implc
ments for the removal of the offending isitor. We
have CORN KNIVES. CORN RAZORS, CORN PLAS
"TERS, CORN CURES. ,
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
Hj i ! ii "U 1MB '" " L ' ' f ' l '-
fawaiian Iron fence and Alonuinent Works
MEXT TO YOUNQ ULDQ., 176-100 KING STREET
A FINE LINE OF
Book Cases and Filing
. LOOSE-LEAF DEVICES
vIiih moved to another liouso at Wal
liahnlulli. Tho ghost, however, was
ptrslMcnl, and again thn family had
In move, this time choslng Its abode
In a house on Chun lloon lane, mnt.al
of School street. Again tho inoo
failed to Influence tho ghot; thn dog
nnd thn stones eiimn along with un
failing regularity, and finally the
poor, haunted I'nrtugiicso tools rcf-
ugo with thn pollens
Last Tuesday night Chief of De
tectives Knlnklcln and his staff went
to the scene. As they npprnarhed
they heard u shower of stones strik
ing tho roof und walls of thn houbo,
but when they urrhed overylhl'ig
became eulct as tho grave. All that
night nnd thn greater part of last
night Kalaklola nnd his band kept
faithful watch, hut neither ghost,
dog unr slmies made their appear-unco.
What anot i these Islands can ex-
feced the great Waimea Plains in
'tionntv rlimnli. nnd iliveraltv of seen-
ArioA C(In1ir C i I iA !yl City foil: in want of rest and
Ullllv JUUUIJ VU.jHU. Irecreation will learn with pleasure
031 FORT ST.
1IENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
' The premises may be rented fur
jnished by week or month on reason-
aoie terras. Jipniy "
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P, 0. Address. Kawaihae.
(Continued from Pace 1)
tor and -tho appropriate speaker for
the occasion, ho having served under
Lincoln when as I'resldent ha was
eomniumlcr-ln-clilof of the Army nnd
Navy, and had a most honorable and
notable record In upholding the hon
or of Ihn Nation. It Is hoped also
thnt tho Cioicmor will makn an ad
dresi. The Lincoln Day celebration will
be very interesting and elaborate.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
WING CH0NG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
in Furniture Mattresses,
All kinds of KOA and
FURNITURE Made Tf
137 MERCHANT STREET
LOTS FOR " M 1
KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Prtniiei
it Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhdue 185.
J. M. LEVY & CO., ITD.
KINO ST. NEAR. BETHEL.
THE FAMILY GROCERS.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Hotel St.. let. Bethel nnd Nuuauu.
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