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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 27, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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. EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T..H., MONDAY SKIT. 27, 1909.
NEW WASH DRESS GOODS
Handsome Display of Pretty Goods at
White ground with Pink, Blue, lavender and bellow designs. Brp.
cade effect, very new and pretty.
A very dainty, shjer material. White eround with Pink, Blue, Green
and Lavender designs. 30 inches wide, 26$ per yard.
' CRYSTAL BATISTE .
White eround with colored designs; nice quality; 30 inches wide.
15 per yard,
A most beautiful fabric for the new coat suits and is very stylish
trimmed with the large wash crochet buttons.
JNew White Curtain Swiss
In stripes, dots and a variety of designs.
G yards for ?1.00.
200 per yard.
25 per yard.
' New Styles in the Celebrated ,
Styles to suit all figures. This corset is. noted for its grace and
New Lingerie Dresses
Some simple in design and ornamint; others beautifully trimmed.
All equally stylish.
Jackets and Coats
Wearc showing some "very nobby things in ladies' White lace
Jackets and Coats Quite the thing forHonolulu.
New Trimmings- . New Neckwear
New Goods in Every Department
Don't overlook our handsome display of fall
New Princess Slips
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
1 .. Only
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
HIGH-OLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND' GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
300 per yard.
U5Q per yard.
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
THAT UEAD HORSE
Carcass Rotted Two Days
r And At-Last It, Was
"It Is with n same of the ludicrous
that I wadcil tlnmiKli an article In llio
morning panel1 where Mr. Mott-Smlth
end Dr. I'rntt of (lie Hoard of Health
storied In on a hot campaign against
typhoid fever In particular and typhus
In general," said n Knlmukl resident
yesterday to a leprsentatlve of the
II it 1 1 e t I n. When asked for an
explanation he continued: "It Is
not the Inauguration of tho gorm
tmntiug campaign that strikes ma
lilting tho funny line, for I think It
Is n most laudable niovo In tho right
direction, and It Is to ho hoped that
the typhus campaign will he pushed
along further than n couple of au
tomobile trips. There Is no depart-
ment of this Territorial government
that would attend to tho business
In which It Is engaged more strictly
than the Health Department. Al
though our climate Is the llncst In
the world, It Is also n climate that
will fast dv!op a germ If Unit
gcmi la given half a chance, so I
would think thai tho Health Depart
ment do well to adopt as n slogan
'Klcrnal Vlgllanrc Is the I'rlco of n
Healthy Community.' Hut are they
doing their duty In a manner satis
fni'tory to tho public or nre they do
ing It in a manner satisfactory to
themselves mid the public be blowed?
;'o wfor nu explanation of my open
"On Klfth nvenue, In a thickly set
tled district of J'ulolo, an old horse,
which had presumably gathered up (00
many beans, laid down and died
This w;s on last Thuisday morning
at about 7 o'clock. Of t nurse It was
nu tliuu nt nit until the telephone
wns being ficely used In un endeavor
lo hiivo the carcass removed. When
the Health Ollko wns loininunlcated
with regarding the removal they
stated thnt It wns not In their II111.
Just take note of that reply and the
subject In hand. Tho Health Office
referred nil inquiries on tlc subject
to the Street and Gaibage Depart'
ment. This department was called
up, and as there wero probably no
other departments to shove tho Job
off onto they agreed to Bend a wagon
out at once and remove tho deed
"Notwithstanding tho fact thnt
the thermometer stood around In the
eighties, that carcass laid there all
day and all night and nil the next
day until after 4 o'clock In the aft
ernoon, and It h nn even 'hot that
It would bo laying there yet had not
one of the lady lesldents of the
valley stopped her work and mnde a
trip to the Health Office. When she
leached that nil-important Territor
ial offlco nt tweiity-tlvo minutes past
two no one was In evidence except
tho Janitor, who wns cleaning out,
nnd stated that everybody had gone
for tho day. That was on Friday.
After considerable telephoning, and
with tho assistance of somo of the
city nnd county cmpln)es who aro
not keeping bettor than banking
hours, somebody In authority was
rounded up. They seemed to bo the
i.nino person who wns appealed to
ho day before, becauso they replied
In some pretty sharp criticism In re
gard to the way thai department
was being attended to that 'he told
homebody or other they had better
go out and get the body, but guessed
they had forgot.' The Health De
partment is no-plaeo for anyone who
forgets, especially In a case of this
"After the carcass had laid th'cro
-Fresh Kodak Films, Post Cards, Kodaks
This is die largest shipment we have ever received at ope time
and everything is absolutely new and fresh.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"T is hot; and "all the
boys" are going
Let your boys go, too.
Give them a couple of
towels and a cake of
Ivory Soap and let them
Thus will you achieve
a' double purpose the
boys will have a swim,
which is good; and a
bath, which is better.
strcct, not twenty feet from a
door, behind1' (which babies
sen en door,
nil dnv l-'rlilnv In 11 bolllnu hot SUII,
tho wagon nrrlved to icmove It, but
before doing bo they must cover It
with lime on nccount of th ndvanccd
ttate of decomposition.
I say It was
U lUllCIl BI1UIMC, U11U UinfeHllu IU l""
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TO RUN LAUNDRY
I will make on the Alameda as wire
less opcrntor, ns ho docs not care .to
As to wnetlier 11 inun can ojiemiu ' '
. . , , , , iionie back to the scene of his short-
a laundry In any location ho do- ,, ., ,. nn , lh
tlie. wltnoui tlrtt securing a ccrtlll-
cato fiom .- Hoard of Health, or I
iiavliiL: a llccnsu fee to conduct his'
uusIiicuh, Is 11 constitutionnl point
of law that Is the subject of n hear
ing before Judge De Holt lu tho
tiiug Inun teccntly started,liutho
laundry business iul was Instructed
to secure a ccrtlllcute from tho
llodrd upprovlug Ills location. Sing
went to see Judge Humphreys about
It, and the result wjs that the mat
er was tuken Into court. Deputy
County Attorney Mllverton repre
sents the city In 'tho case.
Accoidtng to the Session Laws of
1907, Act. UC, any person wishing
to go lno the laundry business must
secure a ceitlllcaio from tho llourd
of Health to the effect that the lo
cation Is suitable for the purpose. In
addition to this, upon an Issuanco of
certificate he must plank down 3C
for n license fee to do business.
Mr. Mllverton contends the, net Is
perfectly constitutional, and ar
gued nlong thnt, .lino. Humphreys
questions tho constitutionnl rights of
the Hoard of Health to Issue a cer
tificate, dictating (he location of a
man's place, of business, the out
come of the case will have a wide
effect on laundry nnd othcr business
enterprises here. Judge Do Dolt has
taken the matter under advisement.
$15.00 Three bed room house on
Oulick Ave., near car line.
$500 Four-room house and lot 50x
100 in Schank'Tract, Nuuanu
Valley. Very cheap.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
We have Kodaks and Cameras
froni $1 upward
Arrow Only Went Skin
Deep And Bride
Cupid has made n miscall once
more, nnd as n result n well-feathered
nest In Frisco will remain un
warmed. S. A, Phelps, wireless ope
rator of the Alameda, Is he who
feathered the nest; Mrs. Corn Phelps,
nee Miss Cora McKay, Is she who
Phelps married Miss McKay when
he was last here, three weeks ago,
and leaving on the Alameda he
made arrangements by which he wus
to have u home ready for his hilde
on tho const and take her to it on
this, his next oynge and his last.
When the Alameda arrived In port
last l'rlday Phelps was naturally tli
'first off the boat, nnd, going to th
last l'rlday Phelps was naturally the
homo of Ills wife at 1050 llerctnnln
discovered that she hnd ex-
peilcnced a change of heart: told
him that she wanted to work her
way and her own life out nn
sundry other stock feminities and
that ho had better work his without
her. 8I10 Is employed by n well
known firm. here.
Phelps, iictordlng to his own
statement, did everything possible to
Induce his wife of three weeks to re
tina tu the homo In Frisco awaiting
her, but she remained Arm In her
conviction that she was better off by
This is the last trip that Phelps
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telegraph speed records and the
wlielchs record for distance nt sen.
Ho states that the erstwhile Miss
McKay may come back to him If she
cares to within n reasonable time,
but says she must come to Frisco to
meet him. He refused to allow her
grounds for dlvorto nnd reftued to
suo for one himself.
FOR KAPAA LOTS
Joshuu Tucker of the Territorial
!.nnd Department is back after hav
ing concluded his. duties on Kauai In
connection with tho sale of the lots
In the Knpua and Annhnla lands.
Tho sale was a great success and the
bum realized amounted to $l,782.tU.
A free hnnd was given to Tucker
In connection with the sale of the
lands, and the prices that he ob
tained were considerably In excess
of tho figures thnt wore expected by
"We sold the lots nnd got good
prices for them,' said Tucker In
spcakln gof his expedition. ".The
sale wns conducted nn strict busi
ness lines, nnd local questions did
not enter Into consideration In nny
Tucker will make nothcr trip to
Knual In November to conclude the
business Incident to the sale of tho
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
In tho Potlco Court this morning
Judge Andrnde, who, tin tho last trial
bald that ha would send Georgo Kacn
to prison if brought before him again
nn tho chnrgo of gambling, sentenced
him to pay a fine of $200 and costs of
Fort near Hotel
Removed by Lydia E. Pink-1
ham's VegetnbleCompound !
South Hend. IikU ' J.yilla K. I'lnk. I
barn's Vegetable Compound removed
il KJBk UIIUUl Ui
four jenrs' growth,
which three of the
best physicians de
clared I had. '1 he;
said that only nn
help me. Jnm verj
a friend's advice
and took I.jdlti K.
for 11 lins made me
a stroiiL? nnd well
woman, and I shall recommend It at
lonff ns I live." Mus. MAY l'liv,
One of tho greatest triumphs of
Lydia K. I'iukhaiu's Vegetable Com
pound Is the conijiieriiifr of woman's
dread enemy tumor. If you hne
mysterious i.tttis,lnllainm.it Ion, iiliera
Hon or displacement, don't wait for
time to conllrm your fears mid go
through the horrnrsof a hospital opera
tion, but try I.yitla K. rinkluun's Vego-
table Compound at once.
For thirty years I.ydla E. FinkunnvS
Vegetable compound, inane irom roots
mil 1 IV I "n. iionuitiiiii , ...it...... .. ..-.j
for feinalo Ills, nnd such umtucstlnn.
ablo tcstlmonyns the above proves the
vnluo of this famous remedy, and
should Rive coulldcuco utid hope to
every sick woman.
11 you WOUIU lliiuriM-rini inn 1
nhnut votir cnsowrKn 11 cunlhli'li-
tinl letter to Sirs. lMiilcImni, at ,
Lynn, miiki. Jier nuvico u true,
uuil tilwii.VH helpful.
In sentencing Kncn, Andrndo said
that ho regretted very much that he
could not keep his Intention today He
cmiihiklzcil the fact, howovnr, that he
would not change his opinion the next
time Kae.i Is brought befoio him 011
the same offense.
Tho other defendants, who were ar
rested with Kiira nt tho time, were
ilto bculenceil to pay lines, running
from i to ?2nn.
I.um Plo, the Chinaman, who wns ar
rested for selling salt salmon wlthojit
license, came Into court this morning
-nd produced n llrcnw. 'Ills sentence
wns suspended for thirteen months.
Other defendants:, (barged with be
Ing drunk, wcro fined ns usual. f he
charges against (1. K. Tiller, at the re
quest of Attorney Strntiss. were, con
tinned until tomorrow morning.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
tn the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Jutt ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt'i Candid always
King and Fort Sts. v
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., ncav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties, Rea-,
conable prices, Harrison .Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Phonc22
Herald Pure Rye and
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 793.
The largest assort
ment of lumber
in the islands,
you can get meg
you want for any
class of work.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KinR St.
Entertainment for old and youw.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Youiir- Ildc
Officers and Men oi
the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private tourinff car
lias been placed at your disposal
while here. Special rates for arounJ
the country tours have been fixed,
including all the scenes of intcrett.
An experienced chauffeur will give
you several hours of the creates t
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight teeing, at a surprisingly
low price. The car when not in
service will be found standing in
front of Uic U. S. Naval Station
marked "Fleet Car." 'Sou have only
to phone 371 to arrange for special
i and Supplies
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS.
COMPOSITION BOOKS. PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER ERAS
IRS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Remember the Place.
BETTER GOLF LINKS THAN EVER
AND SOCIETY PATRONIZES THEM
THE RIDE TO HALEIWA
BY AUTO IS A DREAM.
Formerly cutter for H. P. Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TA1L0RINO DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St.. 0pp. Sachs'.,
twrioiMiufii yf iWi'H
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honoluln Painting Co., 221-
King St.fP. 0. Box 914.
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