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Decided Bargains In
Lunch and Dinner Cloths
Is Now In Progress
REDUCTIONS ARE BONA-FIDE
A chance to buy Linens far below tha
THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
- will be last days of Sale
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
. Cor. Fort arid Beretania Sts.
Indignation In England' ,:
Over Excessive Budget Bill
LONDON, Nov. J. With IiiIpuso onRcrncBn the cmtlitfy Ih watching
llio vote on tlio (list icailtiig of tli0 lnulgct bill In the house o'f-lords.
Toilny tin- ineiisiiie wn up for third icmllni; In the liuiimi of commons,
imHslitt? with n Mitofof Unco hundred mid eeiity-nliip to one hundred
The announcement of the dllson was received with cheers by the
rh eminent sjuiporters, nnd the excitement was general. .In' the gnl
lerles iariy of the peers watched the' proceedings of the llnal debate and
The'budfict of David l.Ioyd Geoigc, chancellor of tlio exchequer, has
boon before the cottntty for tome months nnd has been fleicoly nttacl.cd
by the Consci vallu-s, now tho Liberal Unionists, who have n majority
In the upper house. The me.iMire Increases the tnxea on landowners
and U paitlLiilaily limit on the owners of large cstnt i, for which rea
son It l generally supposed that the Murine of loriN will kill It Threats
to this eiTcct bau led to coiititcr tliieats oil' the part or the members Ot
the goM'i'iiiucnt, who statu their readiness to go to llio country on 'a
pollck of abolishing the upper house.
In Hip opinion of ninny, (Ireat llitnln Is facing nn Internal situa
tion moiu momentous niul grnMi than nny that has stlim- that country
since tin people rlnshcil with tho nubility nnd iiHscrtil tljclr lights, j-
King lMward has been uihkliig strenuous efTorts to -effect a conj
proiulrc, but It Is thought that he has made no progress and that t'rio'
peers me going to brave tho wrath of tho elected repiescntntlves and
ote down the llscal bill.
ELABORATE CEREMOIY OVER ITO. i-
TOKIO, Nov. I. Tho remains of the lato I'rlnco I'll were Interred t
i today with elaborate and Imposing ceremony. Tho bu Inl rites of the.'
I Shinto faith weic observed, and tho funeral wns mail'd by recognition y
or the special lespect duo fioin all nations for tho gieit man nnir Ills
Lord Kitchener, (ommnndcr-ln-chlcf of the ilr(tMi rmy and llio1
special icprescntntUc ot Great Urltnln at .the funcr i, was n promi
nent riguio dining the ceremonies, he, with the repmentntlves of the"
embassies of the other Powers, remaining throughou' tho three-hour
On tho bier weic placed floral ollcrlngs from the governments of
the United States, Oreat lliltoln, tJermnny, Franco, Itussln, Austria,
Italy and Korea, while a special floral offering from lord Kltchecnr wns
glxen a prominent place.
EQUAL CEREMONIES IN SEOUL.
fal.Ol L, Koiea, Nov, ), Funeral honors for Up lalo I'rlnco Ito
were performed here at the same hours the ce'remon'.i'S were being. jwr-.
formed over tbu rciiinlns of tho dead Prince In Tokln. "'
NORTH DAKOTA MAKES GREAT SPEED.
HOCn. ISLAND, Xov. 4 -The V. S. S. North Dakota, on her .trlnl
i tin, has shown a maximum speed of twenty-two niul a quarter knots,'
while her standardization trials give an average speed of twonty-ono
mid t'lghiy-tlneo one hundredths knots. The trial show thai she Is
tlio fasliat esael afloat of the dieadnought type.
n.,.... . BEN HINEY IS IMPEACHED.
lltSO.N, Ail.. Nov. 4 Major lion Honey, the brother, of Frnncls
Honey, imminent In connection with tho graft pros, utldri In San Krnn.
Cisco, hns been iciihium! from his olllco by tho city louncll 'on Impeach
ment. The charre puncd against hm wns that of withholding public
documents fiom the members or the council.
-,., v. AKJIY MANEUVERS ON BIG SCALE.,
, iuiuu, .cv t. -At my maiieiivcrs on n grand scale will be com
moneid tod.ij to contlnuo for flo Unjs. The Kmpeior will witness the
trial maneuvers of his army.
Chile, Nov. 4. It 1 reported here that , the United
States has niado nn nITer for tho purchaso of a coallr.5 station and port
on the Pacific, from Peru. , . ?,' '- .J'
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'TpHE most healthful and
sanitary for this climate
We carry them in all grades .
from 50c and upwards.
We stil have a lot of very
pretty patterns in our famous
50c neckwear, including the
- new KNITSCARF.
The Kash Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Hotel
wfoiimtiooil CorritDOBdtoci Schooli, .l.
Agncy for Hawiiian Islands 031 Tort St.t Hoaolala
PIMM ttpUbi. 1tbrmt'rvtb eMinttoo M tn Mrt,
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DIAMOND III:A! ill 7 nVlnL u
niL'BSntfo that htm hpn rnrnlvn.1 hi- i
locnl U'preflcntativcs of tho Ociin
8taniBhtp Alnnicda. Tho vchm?
reported as Bteamlns IhroiiRh rou
fceaa and rainy and squally weather
8 o'clock laBt night.
SUNDAY MOHNINO Novcnibor
Is tho date a set by Captain Takeshi
of tho Japanofo cruiser Izumo who h
cabled Consul General Ujcno of U
r.olulu to tho effect that tho vcasel u
to sail from San Diego for Ilnnolu
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nomenal Success of Our Big Sale
E sold more goods in the first day than was sold during the whole month of November a year ago. Our sales for two days '
were more than double a month's business a year ago.
This Is Going Some
We are still very busy in every department
Because we have won the confidence of the people. ...
. Because the values we offer cannot be beaten.
Because our Merchandise is up to date, and bears our guarantee that we cheerfully refund money to all pur
chasers should they not be entirely satisfied.
We announced this Sale for 10 Days; we never mislead
Only Five Days More To Go
Sale Positively Closes Thursday Next
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