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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, Al'HIL 30, 1909.
SACRIFICE CLEARANCE SALE I
N EVENT that will mark an epoch In retail ng in Honolulu. Our customers say the mightiest bargains ever offered are PICKED UP IN THIS STORE 1 Every sale during the year is a surprise because the Prices Are Be
low the Expectations of the Patrons and the QUALITY OF THE GOODS SUPERIOR I We are going to make better offerings at this ANNUA! CLEARANCE for we realize that sales create an expectation for Low Prices: it
is the time when Extra Special Bargains are sought. This time you will not bs disappointed; OUR PRICES WILL BE A SURPRISE TO YOU and it would be marvelous if an overtopping of stock, such as we will offer on
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The QUALITY assures us that the PRICE INDUCEMENTS will act as a true Philosopher's stone. COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. THE SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, MAY 1ST.
Shirtwaists, in Lawn, Mull, Silk, Net, etc.
The prices on the silk and net waists are cut exactly in two. We
didn't use a hammer to pound them down but a knife to cut in two:
$ .05 WAISTS , SALE PRICE $ .45
$1.50 WAISTS SALE PRICE $ .00
$1.75 WAISTS SALE PRICE $1.00
$2.00 WAISTS SALE PRICE $1.35
$2.25 WAISTS SALE PRICE $1.50
$2.50 WAISTS SALE PRICE $1.75
$3.00 WAISTS SALE PRICE $1.90
$4.75 WAISTS . .' SALE PRICE $3.25
$5.50 WAISTS SALE PRICE $3.50
Shirt waist patterns, formerly $1.50 mid $1.75, now going at 50 cts.
We will continue the offerings of these serviceable draperies at fur
ther reductions in' price:,
$3.50 PORTIERES ! $2.05 PAIR
$4.00 PORTIERES $3.00 PAIR
$4.00 PORTIERES $3.40 PAIR
$5.50 PORTIERES $4.15 PAIR
$7.75 PORTIERES $5,85 PAIR
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
This is the strongest, line we carry and we put in our best efforts to
secure quality. The services of an intelligent buyer have been called in
for this purpose with most satisfactory results. We ore offerin" the la
dies one thousand garments to select from and underwear will be the
leader during the sale.
We propose clearing out an elegant line of ladies' skirts in voil,
serge, cloth alpacas, silk, etc., prices not reckoned with values, every
thing goes your way.
It will pay you to buy your hosiery whether you want it or not for
immediate use, for the bargains will never be repeated. All shades:
white, black, pink, tan, blue, and grey. Offered at this time at one
quarter and a half off regular. Two cases of the black and white open
work ladies' hose, just removed from their containers, will be included
in the bargains offered. We get regularly 35 cents a pair for these but
they arc to be sold for 20 cents a pair until the last is gone. We have
The Bargain - Maker
Corsets, Thompson's Glove Fitting and
W. B. Nuforin
The most comfortable ever worn and'the only make that particular
ly guarantee proper setting of a gown.
$ .65 PAIR CORSETS SALE PRICE $ .50
$1.00 PAIR CORSETS SALE PRICE $ .75
$1.50 PAIR CORSETS SALE PRICE $1.15
$2.25 PAIR CORSETS SALE PRICE $1.80
$3.00 1, PAIR CORSETS SALE PRICE $2.00
Great Values! Note Special Prices for this' CLEARANCE SALE:
FARWELL COTTON 12 YDS. $1.00
HOPE COTTON 12 YDS. $1.00
CHAPMAN COTTON 12 YDS. $1.00
BIG INJUN COTTON 12 YDS. $1.00
FOREST MILLS COTTON. . . , 12 YDS. $1.00
LONSDALE SHEETING 0 YDS. $1.00
LONSDALE CAMBRIC 8 YDS. $1.00
CRESCENT CAMBRIC 10 YDS. $1.00
AMOY CAMBRIC 9 YDS. $1.00
INDIAN HEAD, 33 in. wide 10 YDS. $1.00
STARK MILL 10 YDS. $1.00
FIRST CALL 20 YDS. $1.00
Regular 5-ccnt quality will be sold during this sale at 25 yards for
a dollar. .
A. F. C. Ginghams, 12 yards for a dollar..
Flannelettes, 12 yards for a dollar. I'
Shirtings, the best quality to be fojund in New York market; 30
inches wide, sold everywhere at 25 centi a yard. We will sell it at 8
yards for a dollar. I.
English Longcloth alwavs sold at $1.50 for 12 yards, our price $1.15.
English Longcloth always sold at $1.90 for 12 yards, our price $1.40.
Nainsook cloth always sold at S2.00 for 12 yards, our price $1.40.
Nainsook cloth always sold at $ 2,25 for 12 yards, our price $1.50.
"A. B L 0 M ,
Boys' Wash Suits, Hydegrade Regatta Suits
PLAIN WHITE AND COLORED
$1.85 SUITS $1.15
$1.75 SUITS $1.25
$2.00 SUITS $1.50
$2.25 SUITS $1.75
$2.50 SUITS $1.90
$3.00 SUITS $2 25
$3.50 SUITS $2.50
10-4 SHEETINO 30c YD.
9-4 SHEETING 30c YD.
8-4 SHEETING 25o YD.
7-4 SHEETING 22y2o YD.
0-4 SHEETING 20o YD.
90 x 90 SHEETS SALE PRICE 80c
81 x 90 SHEETS SALE PRICE 75o
72 x 90 SHEETS SALE PRICE 70o
03 x 90 SHEETS SALE PRICE 65o
81 x 00 HEMSTITCHED SALE PRICE 85c
42 x 38 PILLOW OASES, $2.65 DOZ.
45 x 30 PILLOW CASES, $2.75 DOZ.
SALE PRICE $2.00 DOZ.
SALE PRICE $2.10 DOZ.
Unquestionably good at $1.00 a piece, sale price 50 cents.
Cotton torchon laces, regular 60 cents a dozen, sale price 35 cents.
Linen torchon laces, regular $1.00 dozen, tale price 60 cents.
Japanese silk, absolutely pure, 27 inches wide, reduced from 50 to
Trunks and bags, good Quality, 33 1-3 discount.
New line of umbrellas and sunshades, latest shapes, at rare bargain
Opposite Catholic Church
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HIS GOLF CABINET
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President and Vice President Beaten
by Army Officers After Spec
1 tacular Plays Old
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 27.
President Tuft tills afternoon hml Ilia
first real pluy and recreation slm;o
his Inauguration. Ho nccepted a
challenge from Vlco President Slier
limn for n lnntcli gnmo of golf at the
Chevy Chase Cluli.
llrlgudler Ucncral Clarence. II. I'M
wards, clilot of tlio Insular hiiicnu,
and Cnptaln Archibald I. Uutt, the
Presidents military aid, wcro also In
tlio party. The Piesldcnt has missed
the. Kamo greatly tdnco ho became
President. Today was Ideal for gulf,
Sherman bus admitted that ho Is
not the best golf-plnyer In lit lea mid
lias even gone t.o far as to declare
himself a "dub." Tuft, although
iiulto an oxpeit, Is equally modest
and declared hjuibclfa "bumble pup
py." Hhci man's ton Tom Is one of
'Uio best amateurs In the country mid
has won a number of tournaments
against crack players.
Taft and Sherman Beaten
At tho end of two hours of play
tlio scores revealed that Taft and
Sherman, who, wcro matched against
Kdwnrds and llutt, had been beaten
by four points at tho sixteenth hole.
Tho game was Idled with spectacular
plajs, tho President displaying ex
cellent form despite his several
weeks' absenco from tho links.
Tlio mutch was hotly contested
and during the first half it seemed
probublo that Taft and Sherman
would defeat the Army officers with
caso. They wero ahead at tho first
four holes and at tho ninth hole a
comparison of tlio middle scores de
veloped a tlo. But In tho last half
of tho match a mlspluy gavo tho olll
ccrs a handicap und the latter won.
Tho President was In. fine fettlo at
tho nd of tlio match.
It Is probublo that tho President
will bo seen on tho links more tie
rmently hereafter, us ho Is said to
hnvo expressed to his friends a de
slro to huvo the ''golf cublnot" In
action three or four times a week.
Evening at Theater
In the evening tho President and
Mrs. Tuft occupied a box nt the Na
tional Theater to witness the per
formance of "Jack Straw." ,
President Taft and many other
promlnelit men In public life will at
tend tho Washington Hnrvurd Club
dinner. Tho occuslon will bo notublo
for the presence of Charles Y, ttllot,
president of Harvard University, und
his appearance- will ho somewhat In
the nature of n fniowell by the Har
vard nlumiil In this city, In view of
Doctor Eliot's resignation next May.
Othcis who will nttend aro Dr. Har
vey Wiley, Senator Hoot, Dr. Charles
W. Nccdham, Dr. Charles D. Wnlcott,
It, S. Woodward, Jerome D. Greene,
Iter. Kdwurd Kvcrctt Hale, und Chus.
Freo samples of Forccgrowth, Hn
wall's famous fertilizer, aro to bo dis
tributed to OMry homo In Honolulu to,
morrow, with printed directions for its
use. Tho object In view Is to demon
itruto by a fair trial tho merits of tho
trtlclo, and It will certainly bo suc
cessful with all who und tho sumplu
In tho right way. I-'rco samples may
jo obtained nt K. O. Hall & Sou. Ltd.,
by tboso who do not receive them nt
"I often wonder," said Dr. Jny F.
Schumhcrg nt u recent niuotlng of tho
Philadelphia County Medical Society,'
'how many of our cures nro psycho
logical. Some timo ago I had a pa
tient with n severe caso of eczema.
I sent her to another physician to
take sea-water trrntment. I kept her
under Inspection, seeing her twice a
week. Immediately she begnn to tell
mo bow much the sea water was
holping her. She said she was get
ting better every day, and yet tho
eczema kept getting worso so far us
I could sec, mi d I could bco that she
wan scratching it mora all tho time."
"I hnvo a better ono than thnt," ro
lolnod Dr. C. B. do Sajour. "A man
brnugbt'hls daughter to mo for treat
ment. She had lost her volco. I tried
tho battery on her, and her volco
returned perfectly In a short time.
Tho father was In such gleo thnt ho
hugged mo. When they had gono I
happened to look at tho battery and
saw that tho current had not been
turned on." Philadelphia Press.
Master: John! Servant: Yes, sir.
Master: "llo sure you tell mo when it
is 4 o'clock. Servant: Yes, sir. Mus
ter: Don't forget It; I promised to
meet my wlfo nt -:!l0, and she'll ho
provoked If I'm not thoro when sho
arrives,. Answers. '
Youngest Member of Cabinet Sets
Style for His Associates Is
the Sartorial Mas
terpiece WASHINGTON, D. C Frank II.
Hitchcock, Postmaster General, Is
tho sartorial masterpiece of- tills Ad
ministration. No BtatlstlcH hnvo been
; compiled on tho number of clothes
Mr. Hitchcock owns. Lost in admir
ing contemplation of their refined yet
fetching splendor, few linvo been ablo
to recall themselves to the mora
mathematical aspects of the splendid
proienshm of variegated vestments.
Mr. Hltchiuck Is on of (bono men
who wear their clothes woII. Ho Is
particular that they bo newly press
ed and carefully dusted. Ho will
stop In tho midst of tho most serious
conference to draw up tho port com
partment of his trousers In avoid-
nnco of a menacing bng nt tlio knee,
adjusting It In the oxnet position to
obviate tho bug at the kneo, and yet
to prevent any unseemly wrinkling
nt tlio thigh. Thus clovntcd, tlio
Hitchcock trouser Invariably dls
plas a modest segment of hosiery
never known to depart from tho rulo
that a correctly tailored man's lioso
match his necktie.
Mr. Hitchcock Is plainly tho origi
nal man for whom tho tall, shim-
mery silken tile was Invented. It,
has long been contended by scientifi
cally inclined persons thnt thcro
must hnvo been an original exctiso for
Inventing that awful production In
headgear. There must have been a
man on whom it looked good, com
fortnble, und homelike. That man
has been discovered. Ho Is now tho
Tho F strcot tailors arc said to
study Mr, Hitchcock with great care
Prominent Churchman and Mason
Extols Great Body Builder.
"What Is venison now?" asked tho
regular customer. "Vonlson," nn
ewered tho Jocose butcher, "is deer."
"I know that's what It should he,"
rejoined tho r. c "but tho Inst I gut
hero seemed to bo veal."
The Bullotln Publishing Go.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithojrraihlng eoraoany on
ths Pasifle Coast and is prepared
to girt estimates on high-grade
printing of eTery kind.
Alsp prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
Ml. t.V, SQmK. S3 ftiri A4,
rr. E. D. Foster, of Elkhart,
an active Methodist 40
years, prominentin Tem
perance and Masonic
Circles in Indiana, who
is 83 years old, ex
presses his convic
tions on the world's
greatest tonic and
Recently Mr. Foster wrote: "I hare
felt for some time that I ought to let
you know what your medicine has done
for me, I have been using Duffy's
Pure Malt Whiskey for a year. My
son from New York City was visiting
me and gave me a bottle of your medi
cine. It commenced to restore my
strength at once. I useit everyday now.
"I can do a good day's work in the
blacksmith shop at the age of 83 years,
and I attribute this to three table
spoonfuls of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
a day. I have taken no other medicine,
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is a won
derful builder for an old man.
"I have beenamembcroftheMctho
dist Church for over 40 years and believe
in the temperate use of all good things."
Men and women in all walks of life
testify to the great good derived from
the world's great medicine.
Every testimonial is guaranteed gen
uine and is published in good faith with
In order to know Just what Is correct
recherche, they call It. Tho man
who makes tho Hitchcock clothes
would bo assured u fortune if ho
were allowed to advertise tho fuct.
There nro sulks, frotks, cutAwnys,
long und short; tweeds,, plaids, broad
cloths, worsteds; but 'all nro In up-to-
the-minute fashions, with Just a
touch of the distinguished, some
times oven of the daring, to force ut
tcntlon which must nlwii)s be tinc
tured with admiration. Shoes always
are selected to match the rest of tho
Mr. Clcorgo von I,. Meyer, Secre
tary of tho Navy, has his clothes,
made- In England, while it Is avouch
ed that Mr. Hitchcock's nro all of do
mestic production. Tho Secretary of
tho Navy is a splendidly tailored per
son; hut In tho competition between
him and tho Po3tofllco Department
tho American tailors win in a walk.
AN HONEST DOCTOR
remarked to his patient who hnd
been cured by Ljdla 10. I'lnkliam's
Vegetable Compound utter his ef
forts" hud fulled, "Mrs. Weber, I do
not believe In patent medicines, but
1 wilt say thnt l.ydla K. I'lnkliam's
Vcgetnhlo Compound Is tho best med
Iclno ever discovered for women.
Continue to use it." This Is another
link In tho long chain of evidence
to provo the reliability of this stand
ard medicine for women.
AT THE TOP OF THE HEAP
"Talk about jour monopolists,"
said tho obeso party on tho north
end of a trolley car going south,"tho
chap I buy coal of has the rest of the
hunch beaten to a fluffy frnzzlo."
"Whnt'a the nnswer?" queried tho
passenger with tho palo whiskers.
"Ho has taken up plumbing ns a stdo
lino for the winter," explained tlio
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
is an absolutely pure distillation of malted grain, great care being used to have every kernel thoroughly malted?
thus destroying the germ and producing a prcdigested liquid food in the form of a malt essence, which is the
most effective tonjc stimulant and invigorator known to science; softened by warmth and moisture its paya
bility and freedom from inj'urious substances render it so that it can be retained by the most sensitive
stomach. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. It strengthens and sustains
the system; is a promoter of health and longevity; makes the old young and keeps the young strong.
CAUTION. When you ask your druggist, grocer or dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey be sure yda
get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whiskey and is sold in sealed bottles only;
never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and make sure the seal over the
cork is unbroken. Write Consulting Physician, Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A., for free
illustrated medical booklet ,auk free advice.
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Pearl; And lio Btolo n klbs? Iluby
(pouting): Ho did, and t shall never
forgive him. Pearl: Do you really
feel so bad about It us all that? Ilu
by: I should say so, He said it was
petty larceny, whllo uny other young
man would hnvo snld it wits grand.
Death FoMowi Carousal. Tacoma,
Wash,, Aprlf 14. Following n drunk
en carousnl that had lasted all dny,
Mrs. .1. C. llrldges, CU Yakima avo
nuo, in Homo mysterious manner set
fire- to her clothes during the absenco
of her husband from their homo late
last night nnd was found lying In tho
passage way burned to donth a llttlo
Filipino to Die On Scaffold. Walla
Walln, Wash., April 16. Juan Nlcolns,
a Filipino, nnd the first of bis rnco to
bo sentenced to hang for murder In tho
United Stutes, will dlu on tho scaffold
hero tomorrow morning, Nicolas was
convicted of a double murder nt Port
HARRIMAN OPENS )
WAR AGAINST HILL
Southern Pacifio Engineers Reron!
noiter Northern Pacifio Terri- -tory
Portland, Ore., April 12. Forward
stops toward curly Invasion of oxclun
ho Hill territory nre being taken by
tlio Hnrrlmun interests. Tlio profouu I
secrecy with which tho recent motoa
hno been made Indlcato that tho plan
is to steal a march and gain as ninny
strategic points ns possible before tlio
details of the SLbemo hae been discovered.
It lias been learned authoritatively
thnt rcvoral parties of Hnrrlman eh
glneers nro now headed for Idaho and
Montana territory for tho purpose of
running lines for the new Hitter Root
extension of tho Hnrrlman system lit
tho northwest. Ono set of engineers
lu charge of Chief Location Engineer
Chaso was dispatched by Chief Engl'
ncer Ocorgo W. Dotchke from tho
Portland headquarters last Wednes
day and will have headquartors at Mis
soula, Mont. Another engineering
crow was dispatched to l.cwlston, Ida
ho, Saturday night In charge of nn .as
sistant engineer from the locnl offices. ,
They will work enstnard from Ignit
A third party will leau Portland to
night nnd will probably Join tho first
outfit now being established at Mis
soula. Theso creVs havo been sworn
to utmost secrecy as to thu object o!
their mission Into tho latest territory
In which Hnrrlman will carry his war-
faro against James J, Hill. ,
So far ns can bo learned here, tlio
plan Is to extend tho Hitter Root lino
from '.owlstnn, tho present eastern
terminus of tho IcwlMnn-Rlparln, n
hrnnch, rather than to follow tho rou(e
of tho Northern Pacific from Wallac
to Missoula. '
Each Director Subscribes for One of
200,000 Dollar Shares
.SAN FRANCISCO, Cal April 10.
Articles of Incorporation of tho
Democratic Press Company, fnrmod
to publish a Democratic dally news
paper in San Francisco, were fllctl
with tho County Clerk yesterday.
Tho directors of tho company nroj.
Camlncttl of Jackson, Amador Coun
ty; Henry J. Ilartlctt, fleorgo Q. Fra
scr, Peter I). KVne, and II. A. Dunne,
San Frnnclsco, The company Is rap
Itnllzed ht $300,000, divided Into
L'00,000 shares of $1 each. Only J5
has boon paid up, each of tho direct
ors having subscribed for ono Bhare.
Bulletin Business Offloe Phone 288.
I Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 180,
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