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EVENING BULLETIN, H0N8LTJLU, T. M.. WEDNESDAY, OCT 20, '09,
Special Sale of
. Friday and Saturday Only
Money Saving Values
Values that can't be Equalled
$1.50 Turkish Towels at - $1.00 a tioz.
$2.75 Turkish Towels at , $2.25 a doz.
$3.00 Turkish Towels at - $2.40 a doz,
$3.50 Turkish-Towels at $2.90 a doz.
-$4.00 Turkish Towels at $3.25 a doz.
$4.50 Turkish Towels at $3.90 a doz.
$5.00 Turkish Towels at $4.00 a doz.
Prices for Friday & Saturday only
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See Window Display
Corner Fort and Beretania Sts.
TO clean the skin,,
you must use soap;
pure soap; Ivory
Never mind if it does
cost only a few cents
, a cake. It is infinitely
purer than most soaps
that sell for five times
its price. ,
There lino "free" alkali in,
Ivory Soap. That 1 why It
will not Injure the finest fabric
or the moat delicate akin.
994fo Per Cent. Pure
IS GREAT SUCCESS
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Honolulu Engineer, After Two
Yean of Hard v Work, Turni
'Out Improved Onunaphone. -
C. K. Simpson, a well 'mown local
cnglimi-, who litis jiiBt ob'..ilncd a pat
ent on an Improved gramar-hone, guw.
in exhibition of his Invention on
Thursday evening at his home.
A party of newspaper men and oth
ti pcoplo Interested In the machine
journeyed to the Inventor's house, and
there were ticatcd to u couple of hour
of the best gramaphono music that It
has been their lot to hear In all their
The Simpson machine Is different
from other makes of talking Instru
ments Inasmuch as that a new prln
clple has been introduced In tho pro
ductlon of tho sound waves. Com
pressed air Is conducted through rub
ber tubes to tho sounding board, nnf
Instead of a diaphragm tho air, by a
series of rapid pulsations, reproduce!
the sounds that emerge from tho horn
Tho volume of sound Is magnified
wonderfully, and the reproduction (
perfect. Tho difference between the
Simpson patent and the ordinary rui
of gramophones and phonographs I.
apparent the Instant tho machine
starts to work.
Every note Is brought out fully and
all -of tho annoying whirr and wheel
ing of tho usual make of talking ma
chines ciminated. '
Mr. Simpson made eleven different
npplcations for patents on forts ol
his machine, and they were all. after
examination by the Patent Ofnco Ir.
There Is no doubt that the invento
has got a really good thing and it wit'
bo another feather in the cap of Ha
wall when tho young engineer's mar
tcrplece Is placed on the market. Tin
machine Is eminently sultablo for con
cert hall performances, and must not
be confounded with tho smaller make
of phonograps hat aro so much en
joed In tho family clrce.
A. M. Young, Oklahoma bank com
missioner, sajs the state guaranty
law worked satisfactorily In the case
of the Columbia Dank and Trust
company, which suspended recently.
A Mexican gunboat captured the
pilot boat Colt In Mexican waters on
the suspicion that she Is a pirate
Doctors know that tea
and coffee contain poisonous alkaloids
-that are very Injurious to the system,
Sand they forbid nervous people to drink
But the same doctors will recom
. mend Primo Beer, because, in the malted
barley and hop extract, are predigested
'food and the best malt tonic.
.. The small amount of alcohol in Primo Beer
less than three per cent is not enough to class it as
a spirituous- liquor. It is simply a safe, sane and ,
REFUSED TO SIGN
Five Supervisors Still
Shy At Phone
"I refuso to become a party to the
signing of the death warrant of the
City and County of Honolulu," was the
dramatic declaration made by Super
visor A)lett at tho meeting of the
board of boIoiis at the spirited meet
ing held last eicnuig
' Aylett came out flat footed against
tho adoption of the proposed agieo
ment with the telephone company.
Prior to the general meeting of Sup-
en lsors tho county legislators went
Into caucus. Logan and Qulnn entered
this preliminary bout buoyant with
hope that the measure would be
passed. .After about twenty minutes
verbal Bparrlng the two lone supervis
ors who have been putting In H'omcn
.service with a view of assisting In thu
Installation of a new telephone system
practicaly threw up their hands.
"There Is nothing doing with this
bunch" was the cicstfallen comment
Irom tho lone minority.
Aylett came to tho front and center,
when tho phone matter was again
dragged from the depth of unfinished
ouslncss which adorned Ma) or Kcrn'b
With Aylett, was Cox, Kane, McCiel
mn, Ahla and Kern. That telephone
agreement did not look good to five
lawmakers but it was left to Aylett to
say tho last sad rites over the meas
ure beforo it was coiibigned to oblivion
and laid forever on the tablo of ub
qulnn offered a motion that tho'tel
jphono agreement us read and ills
ensued at former meetings, be accepted
and that the clerk bo authorized to
-ako steps towards having tho ngree-
uient signed by both parties.
Logan seconded Qulnn's motion and
ihen followed oratorical pyrotechnics.
Aylett said that ho had read the agree
ment oer very carefully. Ha scented
a joker In the innocint appearing typo
written pages of the document. "1
find several things in this agreement
that does not suit me," said he, "H
looks as if the City and County will be
the losers should this measure be
passed. , It is the death warrant to a
ree and untrammeled right to city
.streets and thoroughfares according tu
aiy opinion and I for one will never
place my signature to suoh a docu
"It may be a death warrant In more
ways than one," Vas tho quiet rejoind
er from Logan. Ajlett, however, main
tained tho floor and further declared
that ho was ready to discuss the meas
ure a hundred times before nUlxing
iho Aylett "John Hancock" to thu
agreement, "When the Interests ol
the city and county are at stake jou
can count mo on tho side of the ieople
and I think that It should be tho duty
of every Supervisor to assume 4 he
dame stand In this Instance."
Aylett found that the ngreement at
It stands left tho repairs of the con
duits In tho hand of tho city, save
something like thirteen thousand feet.
Tho measure Is totally unfair to the
taxpayers was his belief and bb A)letl
subsided he again declared "I will ott
pgalnst the measure as It stands."
Tho call for a voto resulted In Ay
lctt, Cox, Kane, McClellan and Ahla
voting no, with Qulnn and Logan on
tho affrinattve side. The telephone
agreement then went to the rcfrigcr
atqr for safo keeping.
Tho fifty-cent posthole ordinance oi
tho Street Excavation Ordlnanco went
'Ithmuvti with surnrliittiir unnnlmltv.
This measure was brought up ami
read by title for the -last time. It
passed by seven votes.
KUHIA WOULD BE. A SURGEON.
This Suit Tells Its Own
T ig an PYJipf TiVinf n- l.ih ifllivr
graphic reproduction of . &lWif
Compare it with any
other offered elsewhere :
for more money and see
how much better it
Then wear it and you will begin to realize its TRUE
value. It will hold its shape, look fresh and snappy.
It has to do that, otherwise we want to buy it back
or give you another suit.
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THE KASH CO., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
A permit wna issued in Springfield
to organize tho Economy Itulldlng
and Lonn Association of Chicago,
with a capital stock of $l,0U0,UUt).
Joseph Nnssl, Kmll I'enol and Jose V.
Strego nre the Incorporators.
Tho Ilusslan military port of Da
tum, on tho Hlark Sea, has been ab
olished by Imperial order.
Tho exports from Hamburg to the
United States uud the Philippines for
tho , first nine months of 1909
amounted to $17,472,210, as ngninst
$13,870,992 for the corresponding
period of last year.
In n report made public In New
York It is shown that Columbia unl
erslty students earned tino,22 "II
whllo they Btudledlast year. For.
men In tho college tho uteiuKe earn
ings, wero 209.97.
Tlfteen hundred dock laborers ot The Kalgan railroad, tho first line
Havre, Trance, have agnln declared In China to bo constructed solely by
a general strike for higher wages. ' Chinese, has been olllclnlly opened.-
MUl. W A mSfrt
M ' Mr w jljBr
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The. Beer Thai's Brewed
To Suii The CHmate
Location and Elevation
Kuhla, an Hawaiian, would be a sur
geon, He Is allcged tp have declared
his ability to sever certain portions of
tho anatomy ot his spouse through the
use of a pleblan butcher knlfo and
not being particularly keen upon uml
ergolng an operation by this crude and
unskilled method, the woman npiicalcd
for protection from the strong arm of
tho law. Kuhla was arrested and
booked upon a charge of employing
threatening languago and backing up
the same by a vislblo demonstration.
Tho Hawaiian appeared in Police
Court this morning, Ills caso will
como up for disposition beforo Judgo
Mrs. William B Corey, wlfo of tho
president of the United States Steel
corporation, returned to Now York
irom Uuropo and denied that sho had
become n suffragette.
A SELECT RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT
$1,125 Three bed-room house and
lot 50x80 on Buckle 'Lane,, near
St. Louis College.
$500 Four room cottage and lot on
Both houses were built during the
last year and are exceptional bar
gain.! P. E, R. Strauch
IS A HIOH VALLEY ON THE SEASHORE, LOCATED BETWEEN DIA
MOND HEAD AND THE WAIHANALO MOUNTAINS. It has an elevation
of about two hundred feet and commands a magnificent ocean view
with the most picturesque mountain scenery on the island. It is the
passage for the never-failing breeze from around Eoko Head, which at this high elevation is
cool, dry and sweeping and far more healthful than the damp cloud fd valleys and other lower
parts of the city. The beautiful Kapiolana Park, the Waikiki beach, the Moana and Seaside
Hotels and a number of elegant homes and magnificent estates, some valued as high as $250,
000.00, are all located in this part of the city and only a short distance from Kaimuki.
Kaimuki itself has over one hundred and sixty beautiful homes and several miles of macadam
ized streets, As this company controls the entire Waila: side, excepting eight blocks, of
this magnificent residential property, we expect to make it the select residential district of the
city. No oblectionable buildings will be erected and no undesirable people .will live in this
district. It will be modernly improved and every effort made to maintain the highest stand
ard of residential property.
Our prices, $500,QO for corner lots and $400.00 for inside lots, are exceptionally low com
pared with the future value of this property. You cannot possibly make a better investment
for either profit or homesite than the purchase of one or more of these lots.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.,
Rooms 37 and 38 Young Building - Honolulu
1 i -""'SjwE
74 S. King St.