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NEW WASH DRESS GOODS
Handsome Display of Pretty Goods at
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' PLUMETIS NOUVEAUTE
White Rround with Pink, Blue, lavender and Yellow designs. Bro
cade effect, very new and pretty.
ORGANDIE FLORALE '
A very dainty, sheer material. White eround with Pink, Blue, Green
and Lavender designs. 30 inches wide, 2o per yard.
CRYSTAL BATISTE ,
White rroand 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. ,
New White Curtain Swiss
In stripes, dots and a variety of designs.
G yards for 91.00
0 per yard. 30 per yard.
25 per yard. tf5 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 ornament; others beautifully trimmed.
All equally stylish. .
Jackets and Coats
We ore showing some very nobby things in Ladies' White Lace
Jackets and Coats. Quite the thing for Honolulu.
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.
lffK flfi -
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,
GEO. A; MARTIN,
Business' Suits for t23.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
6PEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
thread, lock stitch,
The biggest value
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
PASSED BY BOARD
After Strenuous Fight They Are
Pushed Through by One Vote to
the Good Feeble Kick From
"Wo have chen Iho dairymen nn
onmit'ttlnlt v In lin hpnril kovpritl
times, mill nut n uno of thorn linn
iipcii able to flml any fault with tlio
ordinances. ,1 cannot iindcistnmt
why Intelligent men object to nn or
d I nn nee of thin Mini, fur it Is weak
compared to Hioro hi force In other
cities. I 11 ml fioi'n Imiulry that
li'nst uf the dairymen here are nl-
-caily observing (he rin.ulicnionts uf
the ordinance, ami no honest il.ilry
nian would object to it."
TIiuh illd Supervisor Ixigau throw
lown the nnuiitlet to the sovcrnl
milk dr-.ilcrs who mniuarctl heforo
Iho lloaul uf Supcrvlsum hint nlghl
In iiSlsinr n Mck. Anil Hint kick
wns ii false alarm, for oni of them
. uiniKhl lie linil -found n "Joker" III
Hie milk oidlmtnio which would nut
tin.- "poor" milk man out at busi
ness. "Why If jim pass Hint orillnance,
wo will hiio to Iml Id milk houses,
oxilnlmi'il 1 1 1 1 h frightened Kcntlomnn.
"Where dors It nay in this nrdlu
wen that nu will hiiro to liulld
milk houses?'1 nslcd Logiui quickly.
"Oh, U'h Hiero nil rlfilit, for Wnt--oii
told in to,'' piped up the milk
"It mys fiolliliin ;of the kind. It
tells what kind of milk houses you
list keep up. If you huvo Ihciii, hut
din Hay )ou have none, no It iIocm'iioI
apply to you." .
Then tin-' "email" dnlrjmnn said
Hint tho temperature regulations
In fact, nil of tho requirements
Suporvhor AkClolInn nnjfdcd to
'ho ordinances, saying Ihcy had too
uiich detail to them. Ho fciild Hint
lie had tnllicd to D. 1'. It. Isenhcrs In
inn Kriinclsco, who told him Hint ho
could comply c.islly with tho icRiiln
lions, hut the bimill man would have
n hard timolol It. McClulInu wild
lie- favored nn ordinance, hut ono
freo from bo many details.
Cox objected to the oidlunnccg on
Iho ground that tho regulations
ouhl unt bo can led nut without
Brent expense to the county anil city.
Ho said he hcllccd Hint tho lawn
parsed Khould he enforced, or what
wns tho use of havlnc InwB?
, '"H would trtk'd" twenty Inspectors
to ench dairy to enforce those rcgu
latlons," said Mr, Cox.
Supervisor Knne vo'leed tho sentf
nicnts of Mr. Cox and McClellan,
saying that tho provisions of the or
dlnances were such Hint they could
not bo cnrrled out,, and that lie
would not .vote for them.
"What's tho ue of making nil
-hesie kicks now?" snld Mr. Qulnn.
'Wo need u milk ordinance, and wo
have to have one. Wo hnvo nmend
iicnts there, and can miiKo more. I
un going to volo for tho ordinance,
mil wo can fix up tho amendments
Aylett, tho father of tho milk or
dinances, nrose to tho occasion and
aid Hint It looked as if tho onlln
mces wero to he killed, no ho might
m well tnlk the mutter over. Ho
nllcil attention to tho fact Hint tho
irlntlng of them nlono had nlicndy
ost (2-111, that a milk Inspector had
iccn appointed and Hint It meant a
lackward nlep nml tonsldorahln lossH
o tho city and county to kill off tho
"illls. He mged Its piissngo with
itch amendments its might ho na(
'sfnetory to tho hinall dairyman.
And mi thoy voted four In favor
f tho oidlnanecH. Lognn. Aylett,
lila and Qulnn threo ngnlnst
hem, McCIcII.iii', Kniio and Cox.
Tho icsiills will ho that ilnlrymrn
who linvo been watering their milk
mist water no morn; milk dealers
Fresh Kodak films, Post Carcls, Kodaks
This is the largest shipment we have ever received at one time
and everything is absolutely new and fresh.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
who have come to tho iloor slovenly'
nnd dirty must weiir whlto coats und
.enpsj they must keep their tows,
barns nnd outbuildings In flrst-elaii
hygcnlc condition. Ordinances No.
VI nnd 13 will toon become lawn,
nnd Honolulu will forge ahead an
other notch In hor race to catch up
with her Bister cities.
Tho prettiest home wedding of Inst
week, was tho ninrrlngo of Mr. Dm Id
I.orlng Mnc Knyo, nnd Miss Aiiulo V. ,
Trook of Loa Angeles. Tho ceremony '
wns performed lit tho homo of Mr. Al-
lieu I micy mayor, city oiiuor or mo
Hill lo tin. Mr. Mnc Knyo ns the
grandrou of Steele .Mnc ICnye, tho
famous plnywtlght nnd author, whoso
ninstc-r piece vas lluzpl Kirk. This
gifted yoiiiiR, man who wns formerly
n menibcr of tho I.os Angeles Times
nnd has recently Identified himself
with tho Hullo tin comes from n
long lino of literary folk. Percy Mnc
Knyo tin- fninqiis playwright of Now
Yoilt, who milks with Ilnhisco and
i'rohman is n first const n. Tho Kpls-
copnl iltes, which mndo Iho oiing
couple iiiiiii nnd wife wns pel formed
by Illnhop llcctnrlclt nt seven o'clock.
Tho house hud been tastefully dec
orated for tho occiiblon. Tho petite.
bride who is of tho brunette typo
nindn n plcturo In her wedding gown
of while silk heavily trimmed In lace.
carrying n shower lioiiiuet of bride s
roses. Mrs. Alfred Klnley Thayer
tho matron of honor, looked charming
In n filmy gown of while. Mr. Thnyer
tirled ns boatman. After tho cere
mony tho wedding supper wns served
on tho IiiiihI, which was a bower of
plnl: und green. Tho tahlo was dec
orated tn the Eiinio color; beaiitirul
candelabra with ihilnly pink silk
similes lent nn added charm to the
scene. At eleven o'clock tho jiiiiiib
couplo woro escorted to Mr. Thnyor's
automobile which wns eliiborntoly .dec
orated In pink carnations nml malic,
the yonng'coiiplo motored to their now
homo nt Wnlkltl. where tho honey
moourvlll bo spent
in the slilo trncklng of tho foot
ball gnmo it Is Uop'cd to obtain much
more bciuiflrinl iiosltlou by having
Inter-grndo hnsebnll gnmes. The
position thus obtained will assist
to develop material useful for tho
Tho Knm school Is taking n very
progressive step liobllterntlng foot
bntl, tho lough-hoiiso game, from Its
list of athletics Hits, scasoni' .Soccor
will be Indulged fn -ns,n -substitute.
Tho faculty Is going to nld the
athletics of tho school by engaging
in n challenge game of baseball
with tho Senior class during tho
Tomorrow nfter'noon Hiero will bo
n mutch gnnic of hnsebnll on the
campus between nines of tho Fourth
nnd Fifth grades.
In tho coming Faculty-Senior
gnmo Tenchera Wengals nnd Hop
wood me expected to bo tho battery
for tho Faculty.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wratroed
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1
t e t i n outer
$2,750 Large Cottage in good
rendition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric lights, sewer.
Corner lot 80x150. Fruit trees. On
Kuakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
We have Kodaks and Cameras
.from $i upward
WAS ONE DOLLAR;
NOW FIFTY CENTS
Street Excavation Ordinance Is
Amended Fee Reduced to
Meet Lmcrgcncies Carter Says
It Is Hold-up Game.
"Fifty cents a hole.''
"And do yoU menu an inspector
will have to walk twenty miles for Z'J
cents?:' asked .Mayor Fern, when tho
amended stioet excavation ordinance
wns sprung last night. I
"Oh, not so bad as that," icpllul
"ncll, It's neatly that far to Knlti.i
mil beach," icspondcd his Honor.
"Not bo far not so far, your Honor.
It might bo u liiinihhlp now nnd then
hut not often. 1 belloc It Is n good
ordinance, nnd should bo passed," said
Deputy County Attorney MlUorton
suggested that tho fee attached to per
mils taken out by people or corpora
tions to dig up tho stieots of tho city,
should ho reducpd to CO cents for each
permit. Tho specifications for oxen
iitlon woro changed lo rend thut n
permit should bo secured for every
.100 feet of digging done. As thcro will
piohnbly bo test cases mndo of the
oiditianco, Mlherton felt Hint the foj
and icgiil.itinns should ho plated in
Mich 11 g n res which "would not appear
Supervisor Aylett thought Jl per
hole wns chcaii enough, ami ho favoied
protecting tho Interests Of thoclly to
tho fullest extent. Honcvor, tho
Miicudmeiits appealed to tho Hoard and
It was passed In that form.
Tho Mutual Tolophono Company
getn thu hardest blow from tho ordl
r.nucc, and cx-Ciovcrnor Carter said
that it would delay tho Installation of
tho now automatic telephone-system nt
least six months, ns tho company
would make n test case of the innticr
lu tho courts. Ho considers tho ordl
nance a "hold-up" and does not bolluxo
tho SupcrWsors know what its effect
will bo on tho business Interests of the
city nnd county,
i i i
CHEMICAL IN DRY
SHAMPOO KILLS WOMAN.
Employes in a London Barbershop
' Now Face the Charge of Man
slaughter Shampoo Was Good
LONDON, Sept. 11. The rcmnrk
nblc fatality which occurred re
cently In, tho halr-dresshig depart
ment nt Hnirol's stores was tho sub
ject of charges of manslaughter
brought nt tho Westminster 1'ollro
Cotirt yesterdny ngnlnst Wllllnni
Henry Kardley, manager of .tho de
partment, nnd lleatrlco Clarke, ono
of tho assistants.
.While Miss llelenora D.ilrymplo
wns undergoing a dry shampoo with
carbon tctrnchloildo nt tho stores
she became unwell nnd collapsed.
Shovlled heroic a doctor arrived.
It wits stated nt tho Inquest that
sho suffered fiom slight dlseaso of
tho heart nml fiom status lymphn
Hrus, a condition which Increases
tho likelihood of sudden death. Tho
Jury rolurncd n voidlct of "accident
al dentil, accelerated by tho fumes
of tctinclilmldo of carbon," nnd add
ed Hint "tho firm wns not instilled
In employing unskilled opcintors to
perforin this dangerous operation."
1'rofcssor Pepper, who Is advising
those responsible for this prosecu
tion, nnd Dr. Cliulktecntt, nn emi
nent nnaesthetlst, lsltcd the stoics
mul wero allowed to witness tho
operation of a dry khninpoo per
formed in tho hulr-dresslng saloon,
which Is largo mid well ventilated.
Tho saloon Is divided Into n num
ber of cubicles, rach Intended for
the uso of n separata customer. For
nil oidlnnry purposes tho cubicles
mo quite well vcntltnted, but for
tho purpose now under Investigation
tho ventilation Is of little use.
Eort near Hotel
' Is It Any Wonder
that you arc sickly and nn
down when you allow your
stomach to become weak and
bowels constipated? But
don't remain in such a condi
will help 'you wonderfully on
the road back to chalth. It
has been tested for over 50
years with satisfactory re
sults in casts of Poor Appe
tite, Heartburn, Indigestion,
Djspepsia and Malaria. Try
For sale by Ilcnson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Clinmbers Drug Co., I. til.; Illlo l)-ug
Co.; mid at nil Vholcsale Liquor
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
1 want. r
Lehnhardt's Candies always i
fmh at 2
King and Fort Sts.
Thu customer, who eat faring n
window, wns operated lu by an an-
slatant, who held u baiilu at tho
bark of thu head to catch the Utile
in which the hair was unshed.
About half u pint of this highly vo
latile tin !! wan UKud, nnd half a
.IIM.II IKia -tli.lf.l-lt IU IIIU IUUI.VOO,
an ugaltiBt IS pence for nn 'ordlnnry
Thin Hliamiwo wns good for busi
iich, and no iloubt cuxlomeru liked
It. Hut for IIh dniigoions character
there in no lenunn why it sliould not
bo used. v
Thcio wns an electric fan in ench
cublclo, fo that n forced draught oft
air could bo directed toward; tho
ntitomcr'H head, fulfilling tho do'ublo '
iurioo of drying, thu hall and dlx
filiating thu fumes from the lliild.
It tn utateil at tho inrjucst by
Ilradley Hint this rniliou tetraclilo-
rldn had been used at thu mores fori
six j earn; that ZO.OOi) or :iu.0li !
rnxlomera hnd been treated by the
i,ii, ,-nn, mill mul, IIIIIIIMIKII IJen ill.
ralntncnH had occurred, no hcrtous
Injury had ruuultrd7
Announcement was m.ido at I'hll
nilcl!if.i today by Samuel M. Clement
Jr., nn nttornoy, Hint tho Kentucky
llaphl Tinuslt Coininny, with a rai-
Ital of SW.OuO.onO, wns chartiirnl at
inner, i'i. Tlio iuineiial oper.it Ioiih
of thu emiiiany nt present. It Is stntuil,
will hu I.(MIbIIU, LoiilUKton nml
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
pR. T. FELfX GOIRAUD'S OMENTAL
XJ CREAM Oil MAGICAL BEAUTIHE
ItfttiovM T.in, rin Ij
-mklCm, il'i'll t 4tCIItr(
Cili, and Miln DlMnr,
ftm ivrrr MKi'in.
L j ki wl i ha t.
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Itlt ft Hi.Ul
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lair t Ik Ltut
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ml CrrMtit' Mi r l.nntful ( n 1 l
iiftft." r4ldyUiurUMik t.d rner
trii m ih I'bUfil oti, (,'ft4dHi bd Karot
kin vtr tn
UBJ. T. mim, Fud 3 Unit J.nei S'ctt, Ke To-
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
PS &$:$ M
Chosolates and .
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. riionc32
I Lumber 2 i
T U A lAMilAMl 9 4
ment of lumber 2
in !he islands,
which means. that
you can get ihel
you want for iny ,
class of work. I
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Lcwcis a ujuiu;,
177 S. Kin? St.
Entertainment for old and joust'.
! Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. .
Alexander Younfr Bid;:.
Officers sand Men of
' the Pacific Fleet
A beautiful private tourinfr enr
has been placed at your dis?o:aI
while here. Special rates for around
the country tours have been fixed,
including all the scenes of intentt.
An experienced chauffeur will give
you several ' hours of the Brcatsst
pleasure you have ever experienced
in sight seeing, at n 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 only
to phone 371 to arrange for special
i . .
A big stock of SCHOOL BOOKS.
TABLETS, INKS, RUBBER ERAS
ERS. SCHOOL BAGS,, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRIC3.
Remember the Place,
better golf links than eveh
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' TArLORIIIO DEPARTMENT.
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania Sv Opp. Sachs',
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu PnintinR Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
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