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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, SEPT. 21, 1909.
Many Interesting Shopping
NEW MOULDINGS and PICTURES
Just received per "Alameda" at
Specials for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
White Mercerized Shirtings and
25c quality 18d a yd.
30c quality 4 22J a yd.
35o quality 27 a yd.
White Fancy Pique
Regular Trice 30c a yd. Special Prico 20 a yd.
White, Regular Price 35c a yd. Special. . . , . .25 a yd.
White, Regular Price 40c a yd. Special 30a yd.
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New Allovcr laces, New Allover Embroideries, Heavy Band Laces
Cluny Laces. Babv Irish Laces, Pearl and Silver Bands, Persian Bands,
White and Gold Bands, Silver Spangle, very beautiful for evening
Wc also have some very pretty- new ideas in the double width nets
for gowns and waists.
LADIES' HAND CROCHETED
Very choice, only one of a kind,
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL UMBRELLAS
Paragon frames and steel rods, very strong, 75$ and upwards.
LADIES' WHITE WASHABLE
LADIES' AUTO GLOVES, '
With very deep cuff. Good weight, 'but not clumsy.
LADIES' BLACK LACE SCARFS
Just the thing for throwing over the head in the evening.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
Hardware Department. ;
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WAII CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast. ,
'WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
HIGH-CLASS PAPEB-HANGINO, DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDINO. , w , , PHONE 397. ,
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
1 203 Judd Building. Phone 60S
Footing Suey's Crew Of
NIJW YORK, Sept. 7. Tho
PooluiR Sucy, nn American Btccl
bark, deep with a miRur cargo from
tho llnwnllati Islnncls, Is nt nnchur
on Stnilcton, nii'l when tho Owlet,
the Herald dlnpakh lioat, went
llonRslilo yealcrclny the Inst of tho
"dry land" crow, ns tho mate called
them, was golnR over tno rail, and
Captain John Willed, tho nuisier.
v, as "thanking Ills' lucky stars" that
tho linrk was here snfo and sound.
"It was tho sugar senson In the Is
lands when wo left," said tho mate,
who acted aB spokesman, "and there
wnnsn't many who wanted to gi
leep watering at S2.1 a month when
they could get S4ii coasllttK. Hut
It Inst tho captain got ten foremast
lands together, and wo started 133
lajs ago. Say, I luno seen sailors
md sailors In tho forty years that
t have hecn going to yea, hut these.
,vero tho worst.
"There was not one who had ccr
'icon on tho water except on tho
steamship that took them from San
?ramlsco to tho islands. Ono hall
d from Kalamazoo, Mich., nnothtr
'rom Helena, Mont,, and there wcri
norf, from Kansas, Indiana and
icarly ecry stnte that hasn't a wa
cr front. They may have hocn sall
lrs on prnirlo schooners, but nocr
in tho tasty deep.
"Captain John louldn't tnko any
hanccs with them fellows hi sliort
mlng sail, and so wo havo been
ongcr on tho voagc than wo ought
o hate been. Wo were afraid all
if tho tlmo that some of them would
'all overboard and wo nfa mighty
llnd to get rid of them. There was
i saving grace, though every one
if them were Americans, and I
iuobs old Knthcr Ncptuno spared
mr sails nnd spars for that reason."
Kept llko a jucht on her docks, tho
Cooling Sucy Is ono of tho China
ihlps built for tho Tar Hunt trado In
1888 nt tho Napier Yards In O las
tow. In her cabin there Is a gold
llate which tells that Queen Victoria
pressed tho button that set tho
attaching was In motion, and Cap
nln Wlltett Is cry proud of It.
The bark Is owned by Charles
Ircwcr & Co. of Iloston, nnd when
ho Hawaiian Islands camo under
mcrlcali rule tho bark was nilmlt
cd to American registry.
MORE CITIZEN LABOR
Managor Iloss of Honolulu plan
atlon states that It Is an error to
issumo that tho larger portion of
he strikebreakers going to his plan
atlon nro Chinese. Of tho flvo hun-Irr-il
laborers now going to tho plnn
allon each day from town, only
Ighty nro Chinese. Tho others nro
Inunllnn, Portuguese,, and vhnt,3
nclmled In tho general term "tttt
:en labor." t
U5.00 3 bed-room house on Gu-
lick are., near car line. '
$12,002 bed-room house. partW
furnished, at Mano Valley,
short distance, from car.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St
I "V -'new s
J ' lESTC ' I
COL. HEPBURN IS
DONE WITH OFFICE
His Townsmen Greet
Him At His Old
Clarlnda, la., Sept. i. Colonel and
Mrs. W. P. Hepburn were given
groat reception on the lawn In front
of the Hepburn homo' cm West Hill
here last evening. All political parties
tics milled tn doing honor to the for
mer Congressman, Tho Klfty-flfth
Heglmenlal band assisted nt tho re
ception and addresses of welcome
were mndo by II. 1J. Uarstow and Dr.
T. K. Pan its'.
Colonel Hepburn dccl.irud In the
course of his talk that ho ncicr again
would us a candidate for any office.
Ho spoke with deepest gratitude of
tho opportunity gUni him to servo his
country, and declared that any repu
tation statu and National that he
had gained was duo entirely to tho
opportunity tho fellow cltltcns at
homo had, git en him Mrs. Hepburn
also made n brief talk, dwelling iion
tho duties of citizenship.
Colonel Hepburn appeared In the
host of health and ho was greeted with
cheers tlmo and again from tho thou
sands who crowded tho great lawn
about the! Hepburn home.
At nn Informal meeting of tho O.ihu
League, which was held today, noth
Ing was done with regards to n second
game on Sunday at tho Athletic Park.
Tho Marines will plaj the Kallhls, hut
no second gamo has been arranged so
The matter of tho challenge which
has boon Issued by tho St. Louis nlno
to a picked team from tho Oaliu
League was not considered, but from
tho general sentiment expressed after
tho mooting there Is not much chanco
of such a gamo being played.
'Flour Is cheaper by n dollar a
barrel although the reduction mny not
bo mora than eighty cents In our
trado," said a prominent dealer this
morning, "and canned fruits will bo
cheai this season," ho added In hold
ing out nope to tbq people who havo
been objecting to tho high,, price of
living. "Most any of tho cnn;ied
fruits may bo' obtained for twenty-flvo
cents a tin, and that Is a good flguio
for tho consumer. Tho good wheat
season Is whnt lias brought flour
DEFENDANTS ARE ON STAND.
(Continued from Pass 1)
on the stand In an effort to contro
vert the oNldenco of tho riot that havo
been presented by tho witnesses for
Mlauchi, ono of tho defendants,
prowd nn excellent witness from tho
prosecution lewpolnt. In repb to tho
Questions Unit wore put to him by City
and County Attorney Cathcart, Mlau
chi denied that thero was any bellig
erent Intent tiHn the part of tho Wal
palm gathering on Juno 8. Ho even
went so far as to declare that Scovlllo
and Wills could havo left tho head'
quartern of tho High "Wago Assoca
ton nt any tlmo without difficulty. He
ld) Ing to further Questioning Mlauchi
staled that thero wiih not n crowd
about the Higher Wugo headquarters
and that At no time wcro tho offlcors
forced to remain thcrd against their
will statements all of which are prac
tically In contradiction of tho admin
bIoiik of tho defenso nt tho first (rial.
At tho present rnto of progress It
Is exH-cted that tho raso will go to
tho Jury pot Intel than the beginning
of next weok.
V- BULLETIN ADR PAY -
Makes the Best Bread
Makes the Most Bread
Hawaiian jOpera House
COMMENCING MONDAY EVENING, 5EPJ. 13
I1VIN0, SPEAKING. SINGING, MUSICAL
SEATS ON SALE
AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 0
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10. Jl,
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World
ADMISSION ..15c; Skates, 15
We are in line with the
best assortment of
I In the market All make.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just -ask for the kind yon
.Lehnhardt's Candle always
CO., Ltd. ,
Kins; and Fort Sts.
, CHARLIE AT THE
r Still i on deck. See his curios.
&f CURE YOURSELF!
Dm Dl CI far uaotUrtl
tirtUtioM or nlwrtUoai
of nufoui mtpfcuBM.
Ftlnlws, w4 bo Mtrto
S( or poltoooiM.
Circuit! mo oa MMrf
Expert work at moderate nricet.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Bide.
& Co., Ltd.,
- Phone 22
LLRr TjUlirl RB
wm OttnMw4j ,
XsvLsMsisMti a -RMRI
' RRRRW V.tiA.RRJ
25c. ISc and 10c.
?ATHE FRERES TEATURE FILM
"A Tale From the
'N THEIR REFINED AND UNIQUE
MUSICAL COMEDY ACT.
'IAN0F0RTE SELECTIONS 1
. NO EXTRA CHARGES ! ! !
' Hawaiian Soprano.
The Home of Vaudeville.
T. C. Cohen Propriety
Of the Kings of Musical Comedy
Wise & Milton
And company of Singers, Dancer
and Musical Artists.
Prioes 10, 20. 30 centt
Matinees Wednesday and Saturday
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26.
GAMES TO BE ANNOUNCED
.Seats on Sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., King Street.
Open Air Theater
Pert Streets Below Beretania.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST,
Admission 10 and 15 cents
, Children S cent
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Is pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
"THE POND DAIRY,
Officers and Men of
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private touring car
has been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for around
the country tours have been fixed,
including all the scenes of interest.
An experienced chauffeur will give
you several hours of the greatest
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of the U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleet Car." You have onlv
to phone 371 to arrange for special
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS. PEUCII,
TABLETS, INKS. RUBBER ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE,
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Remember the Place.
Is Your Homes
The Johnson Floor Finishes i
are necessary in beautify! ,
the modern home. We carry
a complete line of theae!
goods, including Johnson's
Prepared Wax, Johnaoa't j
Wood Dyes, Johnson's Floor
Finishes, Johnson's Restorer,)
Fine booklet. "The Proper i
Treatment of Floors. Wood-
work and Furniture," free
for the asking.
Lewers & Cooke, 1
177 S, King St.
Has No Equal
We know that Kee Lox
will give more satisfaction
than any other typewriter
carbon made. We do lot
hesitate to guarantee it. It
it strictly non-smudge and it
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young BIdg.
than any location in the islands,
Golf, Swimming, Riding, Motoring,
Saddle and driving horses for hiret
1128 Fort St.
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
First-Class Repairing. '
,, Merchant St. . J$Jfr
. jtlfc. 5