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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 10, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 4',
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EVENINQ nULLETIN, HONOLULTJ, T. It. WEDNESDAY NOV. 10 '09.
CLEARANCE SALE OF
NOW GOING ON
Our Entire Stock of
Lingerie Waists and
At almost Half-Price
Prices out of all proportion to value.
Ptices that defy competition
We have but one object in view the
quickest possible clearance of
our Stock of Waists.
We guarantee all reductions to be
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. NOTE PRICE REDUCTIONS.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and3erctania Sts.
Opp. Tire Station.
An Oriental Gift
Is value! for
its uniqueness as much as a tnken of re-
The showing of s oods here were imported in view of
the demand for uniaut; and valuable CHINESE GOODS for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uarc invited to inspect the goods
WING WO TA1 & CO.,
041 Nuuanu St.
fcletnatlotul CorrosoouiMCi Schools, M'"i.r
Atrencv for Hawaiian Iil&nds 031 Fort St, Honolulu'
FPmm jpTaln, vtttiMit fvUMr vhlbjattan on mf Mit,
ritB i ust
From 13,000 Mile Tour
W1I.M1NOTON, Del, Nov. 9. President Tuft nrrtveir hero today,
the lust stop of lila 13.000 mllo swing aiouud (lie clicle. Hcwllt reach.
WniililiiRtiin Wednesday and Ills tour will lie ended
'l'lie l'rrsldent Is fiiRRul nut and uniiouti(.cs Hint owing to tlio nc
eesrtltj ho feels for u nroluugcd rest, lio, lias cnuccled all arrangement
made for Ills lslt to l'ntinina tills winter, lie will take no more long
tilia tiefnro lie lonea next summer for Alaska.
"The I'lesldcnt Is completely satisfied with the results attained by
his tilp, the gicatest ever tnken by ntiy 1'iesldent He -feels that he
now knows the needs of the nrlou? sections of the I'nlted States-and
that the people on their pint know better wh.it are his alms and Ills
, W,. ...
NEW PRIMARY SYSTTEM IN IOS ANGELES.
1.03 ANGELES, Nov. 9, Tlio llrst primary elections In this city
under Hio new prlmiuy law nre to take place today. Thoro arc-seven
raudldiites for tlio position of mayor nnmed mi the tickets, while tlio
number nominated for the electors to choose their supervisorial can
didates fiom number soenty-scvcn. The icsult of tlio prlma'rles and '
the working out of the new svslem are being watched ror eagerly.
BANKING SYSTEM OF EUROPE SUPERIOR TO THAT IN U. S.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. 9. Sena tor Aldrlcli, In a Bpcech mado hero
indny on the necessity for flnanclnl reforms In America, declared that
the hanking stems of (treat llrltaln, I'miico and Germany, whero
their nie central government banks, nre far superior 'tu the banking
sclents In America mid that the banks In those countries mo on u far
more stable basis.
RAILROAD TREASURER SHORT TWO MILLIONS.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. It Is alleged that the defalcations of Charles
L. Wuri liter, tho local tteasurer of tlio Dig Four I allroad at Cincinna
ti, will leath $2,000,000, Warrlnor Is held under arrest while tho ac
countants hio going thioiigh his bonks and cudcaorliig to ascertain
the full amount of his shortage. 'Hi
For the little fellows with Bloomer
Trousers there are many styles to choose
from, and you will readily appreciate the
low prices when you see them.
$5.50 and $6.00
i RECEPTION BY
Yesterday afternoon the SaUatlon
Aimy Ht-bct'ie Home In Manoa Valley
nas dedicated and Is now piepared to
piocccd with the work for which it
was established. 1'ialik Damon, chair
man of tho entertainment committee,
presided yesterdaj, tho opening pru)er
lielng oHortd by Itov. Dr. Jones of tho
Tho illillcultles that were ocrcomo
In tho building of the home wcro told
by Mrs. Commissioner Estill, and shu
gao n nliiti'iestlng outline of the gen
eral rescue work that was within tho
powers and alms of the administration
of the? new home.
Goernor Krear spoke at length on
iho conimenilulile purpose of tho Insti
tution and expressed regret that tho
last regular session of tho Legislature
did not seo fit to nld tho home, but
said that tho probability was that need
ed assistance, would be grantod in tho
In til re.
(Continued from Pace 1)
The Luttlnc, bchcduled to depart
next Wednesday, will take out a
Calr list of passengers, but nothing
compared with the number that tlio
liner bilngs down from the coast.
King Edwnrd Vll.'s birthday was
(elebrnted In Monolulu In orthodox
fashion, nnd in many., places llrlt
Ishers could be seen withered to
gether and toasting their ruler's
The ofTlclal function took tho
form of a reception at the Ilrltlsli
Consulate by Consul Korstor, who
during the day was visited by all
the Consular icpresentntlvcs and
prominent oulclnta of the Federal
'and Tcriltorl.il departments.
.Oeorce F. Da Vies, who was act
ing consul during' Mr. Forster's nu
tcuce in Englnnd, assisted in the
All tho visitors drank tho health
of the King, and when the Hawaii
an Hand plnjed "God Save the
King" all stood at attention. Gov.
Frcar, accompa'hled by Qolonel
Jones, N. G. II., and Capt. Marston
Campbell, called '.oh tho Consul ear
ly in the morning.
Among the callers were Captain
Itces, commandant of the naval sta
tion; Col. Walter Schuyler,, Fifth
Cavalry, In command of- Schofield
Ilarracks; Major Dunning, Twen
tieth Infantry, commanding Fort
Shatter; MnJ. Crcc, Artillery Corps,
commanding Fort Huger; MnJ. hay,
paymaster; Ma). Wtnslow, Engineer
Coips, and ninn'cithcrs.'
His crony nnd most Intimate
friend during tho last few months ot
his II fo was an officer of tho Confed
erate navy, Lieut. Duncan John
stone, alto a navigating officer,
whose skill as a mnilner was pitted
jgalnst that of Capt. Webber In sov
eial cunfllcts. In fighting over
ngnln a number of engagements the
two became sworn friends. Capt.
For the little folks, made all in one; in
Striped Madras and Blue Chambry; all sizes.
65c and T5c
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
GOVERNOR TO TAKE
PASSAGE ON LURLINE.
Governor Frenr will take passage on
the Matsnn Navigation liner Lurllnc
for San Francisco when" that vessel
sails from Honolulu on November 17.
Gocrnor Frenr will proceed to Wash
ington, where ho will look after the
interests of tho Organic Act as nmend-
Webbers old-time foo was his prln- led by the Legislature during Its recent
Ipnl mourner. I session.
FORT SHAFTER MEN Cea Rinds
AREPRDMOTED C" W"53
The following promotions to cor- For men. women and children,
pornla have been made at Fort Wjth monogram. Priced from $2.00
Shnfter: Private Walter uus- un to $20.00.
hall, Co. H; Private Albert Mc
Nlchol, Co. 11; Private Garret
Smith, Co. a; Private Lynn Nlvlsln,
Co. O; Private Hcrt Patton, Co. F.
The enlisted men of Fort Shatter
are practicing running, Jumping,
hurdling, pole aultlng and shot
putting every day. They'are pro
paring for the field meet which will
be held at Fort Shatter Nov. 1G. It
will be a great time, as all tho boys
nro very much Interested In tho
sports. ' t
At All Watchdealen.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
or. FORT and KING Sts.. Hopnlnli'
MAL1NA At Llhuo, Kauai, Nov. 0,
1909, to the wife of John Mallna,
n boy. Doth mother and child
nro doing nicely.
BULLETIN ADS PAV
Panama Prices Prevail
Here This Week on PANAMA HATS.
The $7.50 kind now $4.50
The $6.50 kind now 3.50
Yee Chan & Co.,
DRY GOODS DEALERS.
Corner King and Bethel
The virtue of beer
malted barley (a predigested food) and
tonic and an aid to sleep). Then, the drinking of
beer flushes the system of waste. People don't drink
enough liquids, and whatever beer they drink is in
addition to the usual amount of water and other
liquids. Even the purest beqr must also be brewed
to suit the tropical climate to do the most good.
The Science of Dyeing
Is understood perfectly by t he F. Thomas Dyeing Works.
$ THE FRENCH LAUNDRY, Aucnt..
'Abadic. Pron. 258 Beietania St.
The Jeer That's JBrewed
To.uit The Clim&le
All Holiday Roods on display in a
few days. (
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture HattretsM
Etc., Ete. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Xade T
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarkel
bRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
G00DB of EVERY DESCRIPTION
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
verythint; absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLX. HOTEL SI
WING ON CHONG
Bring yonr pictures in and we'll
design frame to jnr satisfaction.
Bethel, Opp. the Empire,
Po. 0. Box 771,
Chas. R. Frazier
Aone 371. 122 King St.
nanufacturtd from pure distilled wa
r. Odivered to any part of city b
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
'e't in office.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SOK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOBIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
HONOLULU DANCING ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights, at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohana Art League,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Burmester at WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
King St. Telephone Store 201.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
'ient of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU St
Dr. F. SCMURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
Sambno Furniture hade to Ordsr.
Mcture Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BERETANIA II.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California hid
.lew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
3rant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
teases, Wills, Etc Attorney for th
District Courts. '79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 810.
Delivered to residences
and offioes at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O, BAflNHART,
133 Merchant 81
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works