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Second Week of
After Stock-Taking Bargains
The MARK-DOWN MAN is hard at work. Every day of the past
week he has been skirmishing through the store for odd lots and broken
sizes. Prices fall away to almost nothing under his magio pencil. Cost
is ignored; values of such magnitude arc created that items advertised
will vacate counters and tables at once. Some lots arc small. We there
fore urge early shopping. Sale began MONDAY MORNING, FEB. 15TH.
Ladies' Shirt Waist Suits
To Close Out. Prices Cut in Two
$4.60 SUITS ?2.25
?5.G0 SUITS i 93.00
$7.50 SUITS ? 1.00
$8.00 SUITS $4.50
NAVY BLUE AND BLACK POLKA-DOT SUITS:
$4.25 SUITS ?2.00
SILK GOSSAMER CAPES
Pull length, splendid protection for evening wear, cardinal and
black. $10.00 VALUE TOR $2.50.
Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose
White, Tnn, and Black.
Black size, 0 and OV2.
Tan size, 8, 0, OVi.
White in all sizes.
SOc quality, to close out, 3 PAIRS
White Kid Gloves
2 clasps, standard make; size 5,
Cy4, 7, 714. 712. $1.25 and $1.70
quality, to close out 85 a Pair.
Undressed Kid Gloves
Elbow length. White sizes, G, 6V4,
02, G. Black, 534, G, 7.
$2.25 quality, to close out 1.00
SACHS DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
FORT AND BERETANlA. OPP FIRE STATION.
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
' No Others Quite So Good
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. . 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
jgr- nuu-ETiN Ana pay -qj
udf 'Ki 1 7 ---rfj' riaiaNTitfiiiiifi'Mi-iirMffilrill
Fancy Dress Voiles
In Stripes and Checks, Pretty
25c quality, to close out 15 a Yard,
Fine qualities for afternoon and
30c quality 20i a Yard
35e quality 25 a Yard
40c quality 30 a Yard
50c quality 35 a Yard
LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELS
fringed ends, bluc-bordcrcd, and all
$3 00 and $3.25 qualities to close
n.. B n n TW.n
VUfc Vf'M.MV U MVbWIl,
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$800 House and' Lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 02 x 42.
$500 House and Lot at Alcwa, be
low Judd St. 50 x 60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr,
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 7 S. KINO ST
There has not been
enough rain to in
jure the roads to
BAKER WINS OUT IN
Republican Nominee Is
Kauai's Choice For
As tlio result of the spcclnl elec
tion, liclil Inst week on Kiiual, to Oil
the ofllco of County Auditor, which
liccnmo vacant When tlio rcKular fnll
election was declared a tic, p. K. II.
linker, the Republican nominee, nnd
tlio man originally dcclnrcd elected
Biiowcd his opponent, Charles Illnkc,
Tlio original count nt the autumn
election Rave Illakc an ndvantngo ot
only four votes. The Incomplete re
turns from the sjicclnl election show
linker 204 votes ahead, nnd Nllhau,
which went solidly Republican nt tlio
regular election, hnvo not jet been
henrd from. All returns, with the
exception ot those from Nllhnu, have
been received. The voto by precincts
fur the speclnl and regular elections
are its follows:
.N'llhnu linker: Special election,
. . ; regular election, 38. Illnkc: Spe
cial election, ..; regular election, 0.
Kllmlin llakcr: Special election, CI;
regular election, 46; Illakc: Special
election, 13; regular election, IS.
Wnliiicn linker: Special election,
107; regular election, 74, lllake: Spe
cial election, 21; regular election, 4G.
Mnknvvoll llakcr: Special clcetlon,
CO; regular election, 45; lllako: Spe
cial election, 20: regular election,
27. Wnhlnvvo Maker: Special elec
tion, 24; regular election, 28; lllake:
S eclal election, 44; regular election,
61. Koloa llakcr: Special election,
7; regular 'election, 12; lllnko: Spo
clnl election,. 08; regular-election, 64.
LI hue linker: Special ejection, 126;
regular election, 104; lllake: Special
election, til; regulnr election, 68..
Knpnn linker: Special election, 102;
regular election, 43; lllako: Special
election, 30; regular election, C9. Kl.
Inuc.i linker: Special election, 20;
regular election, lfi; Illakc: Special
election, 25; regular election, 26, Ha-
nnlcl linker: Special election, 43;
regular election, 24; lllako: Special
election, 62; regular election, 59.
Total linker: Spcclnl election,
539; regulnr election, 429; lllnkor
Special election, 335; regular erec
Helen M. Moloney weds Arthur Os-
born in New Jersey.
' Anyone who does not feel strong
and vigorous during this keen, bracing
weather certainly is in need of a good
TONIC and NUTRIENT.
Something to mildly stimulate the
APPETITE and assist in the DIGES
TION; something that is pleasant to
take, too. , ,
You'll find all this in a glass of'"
H1L0 ASKED TO
New Court House Plans
Will Be All Right-
Tho Hllo Hoard of Trndo deoted
the moat of Its time Tuesday after
noon to criticising tho preliminary
plans submitted bj tlio Public Works
Superintendent, for thn new Hllo
court house Sir. Campbell forvvnrd-
cd blue, prints and called fori crit
icism. Moro thnn nn hour's discussion en
sued on tho plans submitted. Judge
Parsons pointed out Its deficiencies
foi Court House purposes. Assessor
Wlllfong criticized It from a tax of
fice viewpoint. Deputy Sheriff Tetter
explained its nbsoluto unfitness fur
police purposes, l.nml Agent Wil
liams took up U10 cudgels for his
bureau especially 11s to tlio smnll slzo
of tho vaults which, Chairman Scott
said, wero Just nrgo enough for tho
few coffins of a small family.
Then Carl Smith ripped the build
ing to pieces from roof to basement,
pointing out weak spots nnd Incon
veniences on every Moor nnd In al
most every room. Judge Andrews
didn't wnnt It under nny clrcum
Stances. Health Inspector Ilowmnn
didn't llko It but wnntcd nil to work
for tlio appropriation. Chnirmnn
Scott wns surprised that Superintend.
cnt Campbell should have sent such
n plan nnd wished ho would conio to
Hllo to talk It over, l'lnnllj, on mo
tion of Ilowmnn, the matter was left
in tho hands of the committee of di
rectors td communicate with Camp
bell. WA1LUKU CELEBRATED
ON LINCOLN DAY
(Special to tho Ilullotln)
Wnlluku, Feb. IS Lincoln Day wub
observed by Prlrrelpil C. K. Copelnnd
nnd the tcuclicrl)f tho Wnlluku Pub
lie School at tliej jcnool iiotiso Krldny
afternoon. Thuro wns n goodly num
ber of tho citizens present to listen to
tho literary oxrrqlscs by tho pupils
Tho life of Lincoln, by Itoherts; Octtj s
bury address by IMIth Naono, nnd pat
rlotlc airs by tho school and nn ad
drcBs by Itov. D. II. Dodgo made up
tho program of tho dny. Tho heavj
winds which prevailed, accompanied
hy heavy rains 111 tho afternoon, kept
BRUSH FIRES ON TANTALUS
Notice Is hereby given Hint In ac
cordance with Section 6 of Act 71 of
the Session Ijuss of 1905, It Is KOH
IlinnK.N' to start fires for the burn
ing of brush, dry grass, etc , for n
period of twelve (12) months from
dute, within that portion of the Dis
trict of Konn, Island ot O.ihtl, bound
ed on the I'ast by Mnnon Valley, on
the North by the Konnhunnnul Moun
tain Itldgc, on the West by Nuunnu
nnd I'nuoa Vnllejs (Including the for.
esleil portion of the ridge ntioc Pa
cific Heights), nnd on the South b
tho mnknl edge ot tho Kucnlyptus for.;
est, tho Mnklkl Reservoir and the
maitkn boundary of the J 11 (Id lnnd In
Mnklkl and Mnnon, UNIXSS tho writ
ten permission of tho District l'lro
Warden bus been first obtained.
The law rends "such fires shall not
be started during n heavy wind with,
out sufficient holp present to control
the same, nnd tho fires shall bo
watched by tho person setting tho
same, or by competent agents of his,
until put out."
Tho District Klro Warden Is Mr.
W. M. Glffnrd.
IIAM'II S. HOSMEIt,
Chief Tiro Wnrdcn.
Honolulu, Hnwnll, February 13,
1909. 4234 Pcb. 13, 15, 10
many uttny, but ns It wns, qulto a num
her turned out and wero gratified with
the exercises by the children, espec.
lally with tho younger and brighter
generation of tho Mikado's subjects,
who. It Is hoped, with such patriotic
training, will bo mora Americans thnn
Japancso In spirit.
Captain nnd Balldr of schooner fi
delity believed to have been drowned
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
B03T0N BLD0., FORT ST.
Get it Now on our easy-payment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co.,'LUl
TOURING CAB, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
ORDINANCE NO. 2.
An ordinance directing and author,
mlng certain Standing Committees of
the Hoard of Supervisors to engage
and dlschnrgo all employees as such
Committees may deem necessary for
the municipal scnlco to said Com
mittees assigned by the llulcs ot the
Hoard of Supervisors ot the City nnd
County of Honolulu, to prescribe tho
duties nnd services of bucIi cmplo)eo,
nnd to fix their compensation; sub
ject to tho disapproval of the Hoard
ot Supervisors of the City and Coun
ty ot Honolulu.
B IT OHDAtNKD by the People
ot the City nnd County or Honolulu:
Section 1. Thnt tho Standing
Committee of tho Hoard of Supervi
sors of the City nnd County ot Ho
nolulu elected under the Rules of the
said Hoard of Supervisors, Known ns
tho Commltteo on Iloads. Ilrldgcs,
Garbage, Parks and Public Imple
ments, be nnd It Is Iicrcoy directed
and authorized to engage nnd dis
charge all cmploccs by such Com
mltteo deemed necessary to maintain
nnd perform tho public work ot the
City and County of Honolulu on the
Iloads, Ilrldgcs, Onrbnge, Parks and
Public Improvements thereof, to pre
scribe the duties and services ot said
emplo)ees, nnd to fix their compen
sation. Section 2 That tho Standing
Committee of the Hoard of Supervi
sors ot the City and County of Hono
lulu elected under tho Itules ot the
said Hoard of Supervisors, known as
tho Commltteo on Klro Department
and Hlectrlc Lights be and It Is here-
b directed nnd authorized to engage
and discharge all cmplojces by such
Committee deemed necessary to main
tain nnd Improve the Ktre Sjstem nnd
the Klcctrlc Light Sjstem ot the
City and County ot Honolulu, and ta
perform tho public work thereof or
pertaining thereto, to prescribe the
duties and services ot such emplojees,
and to fix their compensation.
Section 3. That tho Standing
Committee of thn Hoard ot Supervi
sors of tho City nnd County ot Hono
lulu elected under the llulcs of the
said Hoard of Supervisors, known ns
tho Committee on Public Hxpcndl
tures, bo nnd It Is hereby directed nnd
authorized to cngngu nnd dlschnrge
nll cmplojces by such Committee
deemed necessary to maintain a Hand
for the City and County of Honolulu,
and to malntnln nil other municipal
servlco not otherwise provided for,
to proscrlbo the duties nnd services
ot such emplo)ces, and to fix their
Section i, PROVIDED HOWEVER
that said Committees shall at tho last
Regular meeting In each month, re
port to the Hoard of Supervisors of
the City and County ot Honolulu the
persons to engaged or discharged by
said Committees, except such ns nro
known ns day-laborers, together with
tho compensation so fixed, and It said
Hoard, by a majority vote, shall there
upon disapprove any nctlon of said
Committees, whethor or employment,
discharge, or compensation, such nc
tlon of said Committees, so disap
proved, shnlt be of no effect after the
date ot such disapproval.
Section C. This Ordinance shall
take effect from and after the date
of Its approval.
Date of Introduction:
January 11, 1909,
J. C. QUINN.
I, JOSEPH J. PERN, Major of the
City and County ot Honolulu, do
hereby certify that tho foregoing Or
dinanre having been theretofore vo-
teed by me oh the 28th day of Janu
ary, 1909, was on the 4th day ot Fob-
niary, 1909, nt n regular adjourned
meeting of tho Hoard of Supervisors
of tho City nnd County ot Honolulu,
by motion duly mnde, seconded nnd
carried, reconsidered by bald Hoard
of Supervisors, nnd upon such recon
sideration was passed by tho affirm-
attvo voto of not less than flvo mem
bers ot snld Hoard.
JOSEPH J. rini.v,
Major of tho City and County
Dated this 5th daj ot
4227-Feb. 0, 0, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
Sealed tenders will bo received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 m of Mnndaj, March 1st,
11)09, for tho construction nt n ono
loom fichoolhouso nt Anaholu, Knual
Plans and specifications nro on Ma
In tho office ot tho Superintendent ot
Public Works and may also' bo hud
01. application from Mr. S, M, Iliuid
lej, School Agent, Kenlla, Kauai
All tenders to lie on blank propo
sals furnished bj tho Public Works
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
nnj or all bids.
fSiiperlntiMtdent of Pillille Works,
Honolulu, IVbru.irj It, 1901
I il 'I 1 ' 11 I1I1 1 Mill iHM'Hi'ii'
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport- ;
1005 NUUANU ST near King.
HONOLULU. T. X,
If you arc start
tag in house
er the cost of a
wood stove and
the fuel it con
and the joys of
h 0 u s ekecping
will be kept
Gas Co., Ltd.
may be furnished most suit
ably with our beautiful, high
PLAIN AND TWISTED
We have a very large and
handsome assortment. Come
Lewers & Cooke
177 S. King St. Phone 775
We have them: Tennlt Dull
Tennis Racquets, Tennis Nets, Red'
uoi uoii isaiis. auK Pneumatic Golf
Balls, Tennis Racquets Restrung.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. "
THAN OURS IS MADE.
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITI0M'"
and other desirabl localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
it Uauula on the beach, a two-story1
bouse and furniture, at a bargain.
For Diitillerl Water nnd Aimrt
J Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, HINQ UP 557,
Arctic Soda Water Works
12G3 Miller St.
U, E. DE SA,