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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. li.'TI!UllSDAY, TED. K, 1909
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Closes on Saturday
We want to cill yonr attention to this Sale. It is
an opportunity to buy desirable materials at
Almost Half Price
If you have not attended do so at once. All mate
rials are marked with original Price and Cut Price.
will begin MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TII.
WATCH OUR ADS.
Special for Saturday
2-button length KAYSER,
navy, urey, tan, and brown.
65c Gloves for
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS, opp. Fire Station.
there is one thing that you cannot afford to overlook, and
that is PURITY. Jellies, preserved fruits, and sweetmeats
are too often put up with preservatives and artificial flavor
ings and colorings. YOU KNOW POSITIVELY THAT
And they taste better than any other that you can
make or buy.
Your Grocer Has Tlieni
Pau Ka (iana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
Clias. R. Frazier
Jhonc 371. 122 King St.
5. CENT CJOAR
M. A. Gunsb & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
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double tips, white, black
45c a Pair
New Dress Goods
LADIES' WORSTED SHAWLS
I.. Ahoy, ,
NUUANU below HOTEL.
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN OUTING THAN
ST. CLAIR BIDG0OD,
New Frames CjrUKKrLY O New pjctures
1 FOftT ST., below KING
A Skin of Beauty is.a Joy Forever
PVR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
lJ CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
fttnotei To, rimfUi,
mkltt, MMb i"tel.ti.
ltife, nI k)o JHcfftiri,
kou ri try Ditawtn
on bfautf, andiit
bMttuod iti ti;
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frit ofM ilmlUl
turn. Pf, 1 At
Pirr tftld to a
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wilt ut th:n.
Mlnut-ti f'rMHi kt thft Ifirt litrmful of til tk
rkln f rf t.rtloii " r rr ! br all dratfWa nd Ftr
Uood Dmitri in Ibt CnLtcd 8Ut,CoJ ftftd Eurof.
KRO.T.HOPUM, top, 37 beat km Street, dew Toil
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
as Fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
-HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO., LTD.
002-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ld.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
AbKcutiulmUMl Clerk (wlio has becu
irnnsftTU'tl fnui) not Ion tlopartniPiit)
So yftu'll tnUo thU pliuit). Shall I
M'in It or will 3011 tnUe It rllli ou?
Now Vork World.
M r(fi tf&itf
IIIOKII MAY GET
A youthful subject of the Mikado,
clud In it garment usually nssnclutuil
with oilier upparcl, paid a midnight
vIkIi to n room hi a Kvknullko nil eel
houso last night.
lie may have been looking for tlie
necessary clothing lo cover the brief
undei shirt be wns. wearing but lie
certainly visited the wrong place.
The room In situated nliovc n bil
liard parlor, and the proprietor wan'
enjoying n gnme of pool with some
Suddenly the harmony of the even
ing was disturbed by fearful screama
from the room above, whero the lady
of the bouse vn seeking repose.
A combined ruslr of Athobos and
Ills friends landed them In the room
In time to catch Mr. llloko, who was
ttylng to escape
On being asked what he' was doing
nt that hour of the night in another
man's house, llloko launched u weak
story to the effect that he. was look
ing for a suit of clothes that had been
delivered from the tailor's shop he
worked In, and never paid for.
This yarn seemed, too thin, and
llloko was rctimted'lo the police sta
tion, where, probably today, his anx
iety about clothing will be assuaged
for some time.
CHIYO IN AT TWELVE
Unless tho skipper's figuring prove
faulty, tho T K K Cblyn Mam will
reach hero at noon tomorrow A wire
less was receled this morning from
tho captain stating that all Is well with
tho ship and that slut will bo off port
by 12 o'clock tomorrow noon.
Tho Alameda Is due hero tomorrow
morning at daybreak. Him has con
sldorablo freight on board and will
also bring' the mull. It Is believed. The
Chlyo sailed from Han Kriinclsco after
thu Alameda bail left, and may also
luivo a llttlo mall, though the wlrelesi
ei'cclvcd did nut stipulate, whether
such would bo tho caso or not.
. i T r .
The Klornl I'nrailo Qonimltteo Ik In
cuned to tliliiK very m(iriibiy on a
suggestion niailu by I'ruf. (lrimtls, ol
Oahu Collego, that the Committer
uuthoilzu an "Olllclnl Souvenir 'Album
to bo prepared, which shnll contain n
full-page high class engraving of eacl
unit In tho parade. The album would
bo picscnted to each person niaklnc
nu entry, and tho publisher would
then be prhllcged to plaro thum on
sale. If tho Iden Is curried out the
Commltteo will supply nil tin; photo
graphs from which tho book In made
up, and special caro will bo taken In
having only the best possible work.
SUPERVISOR QUINN SHOWS
GOOD WORK ON STREETS
(Continued From Page 1)
roads, properly built. "Some of our
oiled roads have been built right and
others not," ho commented, "I am
ttylng to get the Supervisors to sec
tho aliip of oiled roads. They nra
less cxpcnslvo In tho long run. I
think the mistake so often made here
Is that the macadam Is not allowed to
wear down nnd harden berore the oil
Is put on. You notlco, for Instance,
that KceaumokuVs'n magnificent oil
ed street. That oil was put on after
tho road had got hardened. There
aro many streets .In tho city that
could be saved If wo could put oil on
Oil For Streets
"Of course, ono disadvantage wo
are at hero Is our Inability to get oil
with us largo a porcontugo of asphal-
tum In It us they use In California
We can't get It shipped to the conn-
try. Our best oil for tho roads has
only about forty per cent, of at,-
plialtum, whereas the Callfornluns
can get a C0-pcr-ccnt. aBpluiltum oil
I believe In oil.
"Ono of tho best sti etches of road
we have In this city Is that on tho
rlgbt-bnnd sldo of Knlakaua avenue
as jou go toward Walkllil. It was
built by Chaillu Wilson six years ago
nnd it Is a splendid road. They said
It was too expensive, but It has last
ed sl oar. Alongside of It Is a s.un
plo of how an oil road may bo poorly
$23, Vineyard St. nr. Emma; 4-bed.
rooms, eiect. ugni tree.
$15. Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 Bedr.,
SO. Kunawai Rd., 1 Bedr.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 74 B. KTOQ ST,
made. Wc hao Just gone ovei the
old oiled section of the Wntklkl load
mid put It In shape In some
In8tnm.es the automobiles hne i oiled
"I'eoplo have no Idea of the amount
ol truffle theio Is on thete toads and
streets that combine to make up tho
.liinlu thoroughfnii'S In the t It and
around the Island, livery tourist who
comes hero wauls to go to the Tall,
through the I'url., nnd out to Moann
lua. That Is the trniiMcni pirt of It,
but wo should luivc good streets mid
toads for tho tourists. And there Is
a steady Increase In our own trnlllc us'
the town grows.
"Wo have road gangs now on the
Pall toad, on the Wnlalae road, on
King street In the city section, undl
also at Moanulua. I think we are ga
ting pretty good tcsitlts considering i
that wc have bad only r.Uotit eleenl
thousand dollars to spend each
Old Street-Sweeper '
"wc nave wiped out a, lot ol tno i
supernumeraries In tho garbage de
partment. That saves us some mon
ey. 1 dug up the old street-sweeper
the other day. 1 asked how many
men It would take tho place of nnd
was told twelve. I nsked why it was
not used, and no one Knew, Some
one snld tho brushes wcro worn. We
have sent for more brushes, and 1
supposo wo shall bo unpopular for
putting horse street-sweepers on the
streets, but I llguro that If wo have
the money saved wo can put tho men
at work on Jobs moro ro!ltnblo to
"Wo nro doing consldernbla work
in Kaplolanl I'ark In cooperation
with Mr. Young, Wo nro getting
good results there. As soon as pos
sible, wc shall put the old Knpahulii
road In shape. There Is a great deal
of trulllc there, We'll get there If
we have to do It slowly."
While passing tho (lu lick road
leading up Kallhl Valley, Supervisor
(Julnn deplored tho fact that this now
excellent street wns to bo used by tho
Itupld Transit for Its track going to
the quarry from which rock will
be hauled to Pearl Harbor. Tho road
Is no narrow that the Rapid Transit
truck will leave hardly spuco on cith
er side for carilages to pass. Putting
tho track on there will Indeed com
pletely tiis't tho street as an attract
ive one for vehicles or pedestrluus,
"We nro going to do nil wo can to
gtc the people good streets," said
Qulnn. "I suppose wo snail make our
selves unpopular for cutting nut n lot
ol politicians, but I figure that good
workers aro what the people want
and there Is no reason why, If wo
have to employ politicians, wo should
not employ the political workers that
aro nlso good load-workers. You
take Charlie Clark. He bus a repu
tation us a politician. Ho is alho one
ot the best executive men in charge
of road gangs, He gets n tremendous
amount of work out of his gangs. Ills
men nro now up on the Pall road and
they aro doing good work.
"I guess we shall satisfy somo nf
the pcoplo and n good share of them
sonic of tho time. If wo cannot satis
fy all of the kickers all of the time."
Two old hlncso Inmates of the
Homo for Aged Celestials, Instead of
ruminating on their past Interesting
experiences with hoc und enno knife,
got up it minlnture Tong vnr lust
night. Until the old Mongolians weie
sick und sorry for tho affair this
morning, nnd wcro let off with fines
ot 2 and $1 10 costs.
Tut Ounsln and Pttscnjnjthe
'LONDON - NEWYOBn
The original package shown
above contains a bottle ot Liquid
Dentifrice and tin ot Tooth
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-VlAaHiaUiE "iLasfr- :----
Tho Merchants' Association will
niii'l this afternoon at 4 o'clock In
compllanco with a call fiom President
Kied 1.. Wnldrou, to consider the ait
Usability of taking a post card Mite
In icgard to tho propositi of trying to
Fecure u suspension of the coastwise
shipping law as fur as the Territory of
Hawaii Is concerned.
It Is pretty generally agreed that
the vote will bo taken, as members of
the association have expressed a wish
to uncertain tho latest change of tho
association with regard to tho matter ,
It Is not llke'ly that the proKscd bus '
pension will be itlcucil today, how
ever, then- being a general sentiment'
that the matter has been pretty thor J
(uglily threshed out nnd that. In con
Beiinence fiirtlur discussion would lie
MIKE FISHER TALKS
' "I'm studying Hawaiian dr.mt ami
shall Introduce them Into my Smith
dancing school, If they seem suitable.'
snld Mike Klsber this mornlii t "Von
may not think It to hsik at un but I
um nbout the grcntest d.iliclng Knrlici
ever. My dancing school Is one of the
sights of Heattlo and sPira I left 1 1-
Pacific Coast I have been k"oplug mj
eyes open in order to get pointers.
"I don't know whether or not the
hula dailco can be so handled ns to bn
suitable for dancing school woik. but
nt nny rate I expect to get somo Int
ers which will bo vnliiab'o to mo In
the Instinct Ion of my clasjci"
"Say, ma) bo you don" a,i,)i relate
tho growth of Honolulu during tl.e
past year. I am n pretty Ggood Judgo
concerning whut constitutes unusual
ncthlty. nnd I must sny that tlioro Is'
no comparison between tho Honolulu!
of today and tho ono that I saw last
year. And I was pretty well satisfied
(Continued from Page 1)
Court. On tho whole, tlie cac Is pro
giesslng quite rapldl).
The prosecution's main witness,
Mabel Poal, a sister of tho woman
who was killed, was on tho stand yes
terday afternoon. She testified to tho
squabble which occurred between the
defendant and his wife on the oven
Ing of the shooting. Kalelklnl want
ed his wife, who hud left him. to to
ttirn with him from the house of rel
atives where she wns staying, und she
refused to do so. This witness was
with the dead woman nt the time ot
the shooting and testified In detail to
tho facts connected therewith.
Antnno rcrnandcz und Georgo Kit
en testified to tho quarrel botwecn
the defendant and the doceascd be
fore the shooting, and Mrs. Kola Ka
aea testified to the same, as well as
to the fact that she had seen Kalel
klnl bending over tho body of his
tUnd wife Immediately after the
J. II. lllbln of Lahnlna, Mnul, who
arrived last week to await tho com
mcuccment of tho I.eglshluro, snyn
thut ho needs tho services nf n good
llawnllan Interpreter to help him
along In tho legislative work.
The Old Family Dentifrice
Used by those who discriminate and line
'the best of good things. Thousands of
dentifrices have come and gone, but Sozodont
has gone . proudly on through 60 years or
more of popular favor. Always most modern,
always safest and surest, an honest denti
frice of full value. Those who have stood
by Sozodont have their reward in fine strong
teeth, destined to last a lifetime. A denti
frice absolutely free from acid and grit and
any injurious substance, and one of delicious,
penetrating and lasting fragrance is Sozodont.
Your never know the delights of a dentifrice
until you have tried Sozodont. You owe
it to your teeth.
Sozodont Three Forms: Liquid t
Benson. Smith &
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Am iMhataflArt Iftf
OroUn l Boon 18 Ailhmillo.
1km It not iol m.M lo bmlha la
!; lor llnM ol Ilia brttll otjam Ua
to ull tin rrjlr Into tho itomacal
C'rranlrnr torn Uai tka air, rfailmi
rtrontlr nllTll, ! rrrld otr tbo dlMtaat
utic nn fTtiy Drrm. ' -.wi.- -- .
cftfifUftl trtmfot. H l UTalaawt to motbtrj
with mtll children.
Tho ol Con
will flnl ImrosdUl flkf
from Couglu fr .afUml
Condition of fhtt ihrosU
fend pocul or dw
iu iniaon Pirrcsf
Durable, Accurate, Eaiy of i
See Our Line of
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St, near P. 0.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A OAT UP
AMERICAN PLAN f 3.00 A DAY UP
q A ntw down loin holil. Stiel ind
stick attueluit. Futnlthed it l coit ol
$150,000. Eiitj comfort and conttnl
once. On cir Unit turulettlnz to all
pud ol city. Omnibus mills ail Irilni
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANTJ.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
FRE-NOH LAUNDRY ,
with their new FRENCH
W Beretania St Phone 1401.
Illank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uulletlu
BIG REDUCTIONS AT