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rVCNIXO HPT.TilrtW, WONOMIUT. T. H TUESDAY. JAN. 11. 1910.
Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday
As the battle it to Uic strong, so is the bargain to
, the alert. You have three days to pick up these tempting
offerings, But the firs', to corpc will have the largest stock
i to choose from. v
" PHIOW CASES All ready fpr use; sizes .42x30 and
4Gx3G. Special, 121-20.
' LADIES' RIBBED VESTS Light Wuc and pink; 15c.
Vests, Special, 3 for 25c.
CRAVENETTE CIOTH Guaranteed waterproof; C2 and
54 -inches wide; tan, navy nnd Oxford; $2.25 quality.
Special, $1.05 yard.
, FANCY MADRAS 20c. quality. Special, 15c. yard.
MYEES DRIVING GLOVES All sizes; $1,50 gloves.
Special, '$1.15 a pair.
PRINCESS BLIPS Made of finc material; lace and cm
embroidery trimmed. $2.75, $3.60 and $4.50 each.
SACHS' DRUOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
A TRIAL ORDER
MAKES REGULAR CUSTOMERS ,
Wo give such special attention to our wood and coal customers that .
the iiftt order always raean3 steady orders thereafter. Best quality,
full measure, lowest prices.
Honolulu' Construction & Drying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St.. below Merchant. , Phone 281.
'A SLAUGHTER OF
SKiMS THE AIR
LIKE A SWALLOW
1.03 ANfIKI.i:3, Jan. 10. -The avtnttou meet now In progress Iicro
waft tntlnv ihnru(.tcrizril liv noma wonderful nnrformanced 1' I'aiilhnni.
Tlio nylator nuulc tevcral gpcctdrltlnr lllglitB, now nncemllng high Into
the air, now dipping toward the earth and turning with alt the gruco-"
fuliusu of a bird.
Suddenly, without warning', tlio nvlutor dipped the plow ot his
craft and darted enstwaid, painting within it few feet, of thu ground,
'flieio was n wild scattering ot odldals, hut the nvlutor quickly fcent
lila craft skyward, showing It to Ito under perfect control.
Thu exhibition was wonderful throughout, and vhen the Aviator fi
lially landed he was leiclved with nn Immense oyatlou hy thu onthusl
' ' INSURGENTS WILL FIGHT IT OUT ,
WASHINOTON, D. C,. Jan, 10. Thu Kegulnni In the House havo
detldcd to forco Ilia lsaue with the Insurgent.' Tliay-wlll mil a cau
cus and give the Insurgents their choke between following the pro-
gram outlined li- the ninjorlty or being foiced out of the Kopulilli'iin
party. . .
The Insurgents mo tKf.ant nnd havo Is3uci) n stntenicnt to the ef
fect that they have no Intention of ie?odlng fiom the stand tal.cu by
them, hut that thoy will fight the mutter to a finish.
HAWAII NOT TO BE PINCHED
'WASHINOTON, I). C .Inn. 10 The llouso Committed on Appro?
prlatloiiB toil.iy rut the estimate for fortification construction work to
Iho extent of $l,10f),fiSI. This leaes thu Hem for the onstructlou or
duremcM at sr.,017,200.
' Thu Hilt spnclllcnlly piovldcit t hat of tho sum appropriated, :!,-
'' OSD.IIOO shall bo expended In the constructing and eiiilpplng of forti
fication work on the Island -pf Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, and In thu
rhlllppluo Islands. I
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SPECIAL COURT FOR COMMERCE
Only one of each to be sold. All Double
Beds are of the famous-Merle Bed Make.
-COYNE FURNITURE CO.,
WASHINOTON, U. a. Jan. 10 Heprcrcntnllro Townsend today
Introduced Into the House a bill prnthlluir for tho establishment of n
special iXiiiil tu try cafes glowing out of tho .rullngn of the lutcrstntu
Coinmcico Coiumtivslou. i
ENGINEER LAWRENCE FOR HAWAII
WASHINOTON, I). C. Jan. 10. Civil Kuglnoer A. C, I-nwronco,
t'nlteil Slnlos N'nvy, hns been truiisferieil to Hawaii.
It's the Film That
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Makes the Picture
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cliromntic balance, fi'.-o from halation, and with detail in the
shadows, Get ANSCO FILMS at
GOV. FREAR TURNS
Many Gather at New Methodist
Church Site and Witness Cere
monies Constituting First Work
on New Church Building.
At tho silo for tho now Methodist
chinch on Ileictanla uvenua yealcy
day afternoon Governor Kjonr stuck a
spai'6 Into the earlh (ind turned over
tlio first ground constituting tlio first
ac In the. construction of tho now
house: ot worship.
A spenker's HtnivTT had been erected
In tho center of tho lot and It war
occupied by (loverpor Frvar, Hov. IJr.
i. W. Wnilman, head of tho Methodist
Mission In Huwall; r. John T.
Jones, pastor of tho Mothodlnt church;
Hov. A. C. SIcKcuvor, pastor of the
Christian church; Hov. A. Khcrsolo,
assistant pastor of Central Union
church; nnd" Hon. V. It. Cnstjc, vhosu
gonernilty gavo tho triiBtoes the finu
slto for tho nw odlflco. In tho audi
enco woio also Pastor IA;lmy of tho
Lutheran chinch; Hov, Mr. Mntnkn
wn, tho Japanese minister, and Hov,
Mr. Ming of the Kmoan mission.
After a selection by tho band, which
was stationed at tho" rear of tho lot
Hov. Mr, Jones spoko of tho occasion
of tho galhcilng, referring to nil who
had bo generously contributed toward
tlm work now In hand.
Quito a number of others, prominent
In church affairs of tho clly", ypoko on
tho subject In hand.
After tho ceremonies were over Doc
tor 'V art man railed attention' of thv
spectators to tho fact that tho first
hclpflowartl the now rhiirih came
thimiKh a gift of fsnoft lnailo by the
last R. M. Coolie, ntter which .Mr
Castlo donated tho site.
IN THE SKIN
Not a Blood Disease Cured by 'Oil of
Tor many years i-czbmn was' sup
posed to bo a blood 'dMgas'b and wus
erroneously treated as such. Hut. now
Iho best authorities ngrco'llmt eczema
Is only a skin illscnso htul mnst be
cured through tho skin. Thf cnllncnt
skin specialist, Pr. I). T. Dennis, tlrst
discovered tho'ectema germ afirt. hla
discovery was, quickly taken up In
lioth Oermany and Francci i
To kill the eczema germ and at tlio
samu time bent thu skin. f)r. Dennis
compounded oil of wliMvrgrcen. thy
mol, glycgrfue, etc. Tlio remedy Is
u liquid, not a mero salvo, hence It
sinks right Into tho porim w thu skin.
Wnshlng with this oil of wlntcrgreon
c-,pupound sepms to telte tho Itch
nway at ouco; soon tho scales drop
nwa.y and the disease disappears. Tho
prescription Iiub' now boon used m
long as to lnio piovpu Its ubsoliito
Uierlt and wo do not husltato to ex
press our confldenco In D. I). I). Pro
scription. Honolulu Drug Co., Fort
' Tho U. S. iwveniio oiilter Thptls. for
several days past has been getting
reudy for sea. and It Is probable she
Mill get nwny for n rrulss to Iho bird
Islands to thu westward. Tho Thetis
was sent hero for the purroao of keen
ing nn eyo out for nny mid all who
I would destioy the birds of tho small
Islets In these waters.
WE SELL ONLY THE MOST EFFECTIVE
ill IS CLEANING-UP TIME HERE, AND YOU MAY AS
WELL HAVE THE BEST.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
1 ,' . 1028 Nuuanu St.-
APPROVED BY THE WAR DE
PARTMENT AS THE REuULATION
LEGGING FOR THE OFFICERS OF
THE, U. S. ARMY AND NATIONAL
Its advantages over all others:
SUPPORTING lIo muscles of tho
lower p'lt't of tho legs, strengthen
woaicr, lessens fatigue, glva anklu
free, nrtlon going to, not over It.
CONVENIENT; only .two buckles,
nn buttons; quickly put oti nnd off.
SHAPELY: made of olio piece of
I'lgsLIn, moulded to thu leg; no
reina In rip, always holds Its simps;
dlupluccB all other leggings,
PIGSKIN helng porous, tho per
spiration ovupnrati's, leaving the leg
MEASUREMENTS REQUIRED FOR
LEGOINGS; wound cnir, largest
pari, taken loosq over tho garment
to be worn under the leggings;, also
fliitn full height of wearer In feet
and 'ln:hc.i. .
PRICE $0.50 '
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kinp; nnd Bethel Streets
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WE are ever careful not to overlook the needs
of men who affect clothes 'designed albng con
conservative lines, but who nevertheless demand a
certain portion of smartness' and a world of absolutely
good tailoring. In our Sack Suit we have a garment
which, while complying with the demands of the quiet
dresser in general outline, has broad, handsome shoul
ders, a perfect fitting neck, and is made from subdued
fabrics. .This sack emphasises very strongly our
ability to cater to and satisfy patrons of all tastes, and
the quality is such that for the price the value is
IVJMKHE M i III1 il ffiR2&E&MmBStim&
Tq My- Friends.
I take this means to notify my friends nnd patrons' that,- nflcr
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havinp; been with the firm of Lewis & Co. (now retiring from basincsi)
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for nineteen years, I have accepted a timilnr position vith the Rroccry
' house of Henry May & Co., where I may he found on and after January
12(,' I will he pleased to extend the sarac courtesies end cive tho same '
careful nttcnticuto orders as in the past, and will'npanciatc a contin
uance of your patronage in my now position.- Rcsue.tfnlly,
F. J. TURNER.
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Sleep Outdoors In An Enterprise Tent Cotl
A new article that
will mnlrp rnYininor ."!-
J 4. : : J'i
ctiiu uctiiipnig ill
the 'mountains a
on ii xi..
oj ioh., weamei
proof, finely construciJ
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., sole Agents"
Alahea nnd King' St s.
for gifts at
Bethel St., Betwccu King and Hotel,
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ylng Chong Co.,
King St., Ewn Fish Market."
WING CHONG CO -1
KINO BT, NEAH BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses J.
wo., to, Ail tonus o( KOA Kdl .
MISSION FUHKITUHE ad, U ,
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