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EvnNiNa nuLLnTiN, Honolulu, t. h.. Monday, vr.n. 22, tooo.
" N TUESDAY, we enter upon the third week of our after stock
- taking sale. The success of this sale has been far beyond our ex
pectations, and the warm response spurs us to greater efforts. During
the rush of last week, many lines were not shown; others have been sold
down to two of this and three of that. The mark-down man has been
busy going through all these lines, and has played havoc with Prices. Be
low are a few of the many offerings for the week; there are many oth
en in lots too small to advertise. Come in and sec them.
STORE CLOSED MONDAY; SALE BEGINS TUESDAY
MORNING FEB. 23RD. "
TIT Tt? D T? V'Q Bcst Developing
VJT U IYIY Lj 1 O -and printing
rORT ST. QAULITY at NUUANUl
THE L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY!
1005 Nuunnu St. near King,
LINGERIE and SILK PARASOLS, In solid colors, plaids, checks, and
Dicsdcn effects :
$1.75 PARASOLS 91.00 EACH
$2.25 PARASOLS Sl.BO EACH
$2.50 PARASOLS S1.05 EACH
$2.75 PARASOLS $1.00 EACH
$3.00 PARASOLS $2.00 EACH
$3.75 PARASOLS S3.50 EACH
$4.00 PARASOLS S2.75 EACH
$4.25 PARASOLS SS.00 EACH
$4.50 PARASOLS S3.50 EACH
$5.50 PARASOLS $3.90 EACH
BLACK, MONEY REFUND TAFFETA SILK:
. Yard wire, $1.85 quality 91.35 YARD
WHITE SHANGHAI SILK: Washable, $1.25 quality 90 YARD
CREPE DE CHINE: Pearl Grey, $1 quality G5 YARD
Ladies' ClacR Silk CoatsL50 c s3.5o
$ 5.00 SILK COATS S 3.00 S7.50 COATS 4.00
$ 7.50 SILK COATS S 1.00 f 8.00 COATS $.1.00
$ 8.50 SILK COATS 9 5.00 , ?-75 COATS $.1.00
$10.50 SILK COATS S 0.00
$24.50 SILK COATS $17.50
LONG WHITE LINEN COATS
$10.00 KHITE COATS.
Soft finish, yard wide. SPECIAL.
.1.00, 10t yard.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT and B ERETANIA STS., opp. Fire Station.
Everything Tastes Better"
Is used in making it
Ask for Alpine
Chas. R. Frazier
f OUR ADVERTISERS
fhone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Jjy BULLETIN Arts PAY -gRC
COLUMHUS, Ohio, Tel). 20. It Is practically icrtnlii Mint J. XI.
Dickinson of Tennessee, General Solicitor of tlio Illinois Control Itnllrond,
will be Secrotnry of War In President Tuft's Cabinet, tlmt Charles Nnsel
of St. Louis will bo Secretary of Commerce mi (I Labor, mid Ilalllngcr of
Seattle, Secretary of the Interior.
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TO REVIEW FLEET
WASHINGTON, D. C, Teb. 21 President llooscvelt and party wil
ed today for Hampton Hoacls nlio.ird tlio Mayflower,
lXMlTUKSS MONItOi:, Va., Teb. 21.' Tlio Atlantic Tlect wan nlRitcil
off Capo Henry today. The sixteen battleships which hae been around
the world nnd tlio vessels of tlio licet which sailed to mret them will be
reviewed In llnmpton Honda tomorrow, (lathered loRcther them will bo
the greatest number of battleships cor assembled nt any tlmo under the
SUB-COMMITTEE DECLARES ROOSEVELT HAD NO
RIGHTIO AUTHORIZE COAL MERGER
WASHINGTON', I). C, Feb. 20. A subcommittee of Ibo Senate In
vestigating tlio merger of tlio Tennessee, coal Interests v. I Hi (ho Slecl
Trust, has decided to report that President ltooscvclt had no authority to
permit the nbsorptlon.
CANAL ONE-THIRD FINISHED
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 20.
Canal Is one-third completed.
-1's.tlmntcs show that thu Panama
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr,
Nuuanu. 92 x 42.
$300 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50x60.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunul nr.
Car Line. 75x300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KING ST
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
WRIGHT IS DEAD
WOltCKSTint, Mass., Feb. 20. Carroll I). WrlgliUs dead.
m i i m
RUSHING APPROPRIATION BILLS
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Feb. 20. Tlio Diplomatic, Consular, Military
AeachMiiy and Itlveis unci Harbors appropriation bills huvo passed tlio
PRESIDENT SMITH' SAILS
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., Feb. 20. President Snitlli of the Church of
Latter U.iy SalntH sillied for Honolulu esterday on the Alameda.
TWO CZARS MEET
ST. I'lrrmtSllimO, llussla, lJcb. 21. Czar Feidlniind of llulgarla
has arrived licto on n visit to Czar Nicholas, his visit 'being supposed
to have much political BlgiiUk-.inco vVlth tlio disturbed loiullttnn of affairs
In tlio llalkans. .
STEWART ROBINSON KILLED
CAMnniOOi:, Mass., Feb. 21. Stowart 1). ItoblmniJ n student at
Harvard, nndi nephew of President Iloosovelt. was hllleilitoday, fallliiK
through a window from tlio sixth story of a htilldlng if) tbr ground.
OUR LIGHTSHIP TENDER
SAN FIIANCISCO, Calif., Fob. 2t -Tlio lighthouse tender KuKiil.
which arrived hero from tlio Atlantic koiiio weeks ago, has sailed for Ha
waiian waters. In which she will hnAept permanently,
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GREEKS KILLED IN RIOTS ,
, SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Fob. 21. ttillowlng tlio killing of it policeman,
in tlio Greek section of this city today, mobs attacked the residents of
the Greek quarters and thirty buildings wcro burned or wrecked during
the rioting. A score of persons woro Injured during tlio inoleo, which
continued for thrco hours.
KANSAS CITV, Mo., Feb. 21. Fifty Greeks were attacked by u mob
of six hundred other whites hero today, four of tlio Greeks being Injured
In tlio lighting.
Passes Bill To Correct
Washington, Feb. fi. After demot
ing almost Its entire session courld
trlng the subject, tlio house today
passed n bill making several amend
ments to llici national bankruptcy Ian
Clnton of Alabama mnde n desperate
but unsuccessful attempt to secure the
repeal of the law. ho and bis support
ers claiming that It had honed Us pur
The bill U designed In correct, cor
tain Ineipiulltles In the administration
of the liinhriiplcy law In various parts
of Hie country nnd amends the statute
by regulating tlio duties and compen
sation of iccchors In order to prevent
excessho fees, It also provides that
liny inonejed business or commercial
corporation, except u municipal rail
mad or banking corporation, can fib
a petition for bankruptcy, thereby eli
minating the discrepancy that has
heretofore existed when sonm court
declsons baned many corxiratlon In
one circuit that would bo admitted In
to bankruptcy in another.
Restores Act of 1867.
Jin; bill restores the language of
tlio net of ISI',7, which bus been settled
by decisions of tho courts. It piovldes
further that In any coniosllluu pro
ceedings It would not bo necessary to
hao nil adjudication where tlio com
position Is effected, thereby removing
tlio stlgnin of bankruptcy that alnajs
attaches under such circumstances It
prevents n few creditors fioni forcing.
by Involuntary proceedings, a deblor
Into bankruptcy and then, after recclv
Ing secretly their additional compen
nation or otherwise adjusting their nf
fairs with bankers, to have tho otl-
tlou dismissed without thu knowledge
of tho other creditors.
Lessens the Expense.
It enables n trustee, with the con
sent of tho creditors, to appear In
their behalf In proceedings In court
connected with his discharge, thereby
lessening the expense by separating It
f I oin tho wholo estate. It confers an
ciliary Jurisdiction so that all Hie us
sets of Ihu estate can bo marshaled
substantially in one court, theruby oh
vlatlug tho filing of suits In different
courts whero tho property may happen
to Ho. It provides also that If it cred
itor has reasonable -causo lo believe
that ho Is receiving a preference th.it
shall bo n bir to the debtor's discharge.
With practically no debate the mes
sage of llin piesldent vetoing l ho ren
huh hill nnd the bill Itself were sub
in I tied to tho committee for action
EARTHQUAKES IN SPAIN
THE NEW 30-H P.
On the next boat will be our 7
PASSENGER, 40-H. P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
Call and ice them at the
NE PLUS ULTRA
KEE LOX CARBON,
RIBBONS and ERASERS
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near V. 0.
l.ipnniKi" male nnd female help sup
plied incunpth for any work 1128'
I n Ion St l'hone r,7!) 123'J-lm
Second-hand clothing . ,
Sp'U 1'iisli fin ludlti' nnd inen'H cloth
ing No lul'i Nuu.inii St. llujcr
will call -1 233-tf
riano taught in six months by cxpe
lleneed Iim'Iipi I I month 8 les
sons Special .itiintiiu to adult
lieftlnneri ddross "Teacher,"
llillletln office -1237-lm
ALICANTi: .Spain. Feb. 21. S6vero cnithmuku shocks were Ml
here today and a score of persons were Injured as tho result of n panic
occasioned In one of tho churches following the shock. .
American-Hawaiian steamship com
pany Increases rates between San
Francisco nnd Now York, following
policy of transcontinental railroads.
Hoiiso passes bill making Important
amendments to national bankruptcy
Ali Sam's defense against gambling
charge In Sim Francisco court Is
Chlneso treaty nrlghtn and allegation
"Hilly" Sunday, ex-baseball plaver
nnd famous evangelist, engaged to
Hienil ono day In San Francisco.
PACIFIC TENNIS CLUB
At the annual meeting of the Pa
cific- Tenuis Club, held Saturday aft
ornoon on tho club, grounds, the fol
lowing oHlcers wcro elected to serve
during 1009: President. S. M. Hal
loo; vice piesldent, It. 1). Me.id; sec
rclnry-treasuier, Harold Castle; su
perintendent of courts, Sam Baldwin
The election was preceded by ii fine
ly arranged liinti under the direction
of F. 13. Steere. A number of the
recently arrived Army officers wero
elected to membership, two of wlipin
at least. Captain I.ow nnd Lieuten
ant Moses, will add greatly lo the
Interest of tho coming spring tout
nanieiit by their llnu pluy.
Ours. Made on the Soot.
u ARE BETTER,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
A new Lot Just Opened l'p
TAFFETA AND SATIN
New Patterns in Fancy Ribbons
NUUANU below HOTEL.
If you arc stnrt
injT in house
er the cost of a
wood stove nnd
the fuel it con
its life, t
nnd the joys of
h o u s ckccpiiiK'
will be kept
y Gas Co., Ltd.
5 Bishop St.
Every One of Them, See our
J. M. IEYY & CO,
YEE CHAN & CO.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
Get it Now on our casy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
. N Ci OS
J r UU
PROTECTS AND BEAUTIFIES
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
Orders for Live Stock 1
C. H. BELLINA leaves for S. F.
t-.l n ii .i- tr ...i.i. i.: -l
rcu, 6i tui oniers leii, wan nun
will receive careful attention.
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Nicht, We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Win. WARHAM. Prop.
Everythind that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
All kinds in rolls and ih:eti.
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Jlonoluln.
Tel, 410. George G, Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed. ')
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KINO ST.