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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 17, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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Are Ripe at Sachs'
WHITE PEABX BUTTONS Plain nnd fancy, assorted
sizes, ' seconds'; special, 21-2c. a cord.
' ' MOIRE' RIBBONS 5 1-2 inches wide; fiOo. Ribbons,
TURKISH BATH TOWELS $2.75 Towels, $2.15 a
0 LINEN SHEETING Extra quality, 00 inches wide;
" $1.90, quality, $1.65 a yard.
IMPORTED PIN-DOTTED SWISS White with black
pin dots; 50c. quality, 37 l'2c. a yard.
SQUARE NET VEILS Navy Blue and Brown; $2.25
Veils, $1.35 each.
TAFFETA CLOTH Champagne and Orcy, double
width; 75c. quality, 55c. a yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
The name that means Photographic
'Use Ansco Films and Gyko Paper
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WASHINGTON. D. C, Jan. 10. Tlio Democrats In tho Houso yes
terday numlniiteil Itenrcnentntlves Jnnlea of Kentucky nnit Italncy uf II-
lfnol us Democratic members of tliu llnlllnger Investigation commit-
tcc. The Republican regulars will probably name McCnll, Olmsted and
Stevens. Uciirpnentullve Madison of KntiBiis U likely to be the choice
of the llcimbllrnn Insurgents. t
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WRECKED SAILORS SAFE IN PORT
SAN KHANCISCO. Jan. 16. The Knlrliavon arrived here today
with' tho new of the schooner San llnenu Ventura, which was wreck
ed on Wednesday, living driven ashore north of Crescent City.
PRESSES WILL AGAIN TURN 1
'UKNVKK, Oilo., Jan. 10. The ircssnion of thp city printing of-
Meet!, who have been out on strike and havo forcvd the suspension
of nil the local papers, have ugrced to u compromise and will resumo
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CITIES WAR OVER 1912 CELEBRATION
I.03 AKUKI.KS, Jan. 1G. The joint meeting of the representatives
of 'the San Diego and the San Kranclsco Panama Canal celebration
committees, which had been reconvened after one abortive Mission, to
day broke up olice again In a bitter disagreement, and the delegates
have left for their respective home".
Tho rivalry between tho two cities as to which will havo tho ills
tln'ctlon of holding a world's fair to mark the opening of the Panama.'
Canal In 1912 has grown Intense nnd u bitter tight to n fi'nlsh Is
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THROUGH THE AIR FOR RECORD
I.OS ANOKI.ES, Jan. 16. l'aullian will nttempt n lnng-dlstance
lllght tomorrow In .nil crtoit to establish n Mlchelln Cup record.
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WITT. ATTEMPT T.ONO TT.IOHT
I.OS ANUK.l.KS, Jan. 1G. dirt Is has tentatively agreed to My
from Los Angeles to Sail Diego In his aeroplane If Investigation shall
demonstrate that the course Is practicable.
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WILHELM LISTENS TO, POLE TRIP LECTURE
III2KMN,- Jan..lG. The Kmpeto'r last night ntlendod Lieutenant
Kmest Shacklcton'H lecturo on his clash for the South Pole.
FIGHT PROMOTERS DISAGREE ,
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1G. Thlsro is a long-distance war of words
under way between Gleason and Hlckard, the rival light promote,
concerning where the Juffrles-Johuson, tight Is to be pulled off. , (llea
noi) declared yesterday that tliu mill between the two big pugs would
bo fought In this city, despite whatever Hlckard may say to tho con
trary, and In splte.of Ulckard's claim that he has the selection of tho
SALT l.AKK. Jan. 10. Uickard Issued nn onU-lal statement yes
terday to the effect that he Intended to have the Jeffries-Johnson light
Ho declares that If (lovernor Spry is nblo to prevent tho light be
ing pulled off before any of tho city clulm he' will take the pugilists out
Into the desert to settle the championship rather than let Lhem go to
San Franclsccu ' '!
Mid - January Bargains
It is our desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats to make room fcr new 'goods. In-6rder to do so we
are .offering these low prices:
y CORSET COVERS
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c, 75c, $1, $1,25, $1.50 a piece
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What's theUse Speculating
When you bny meats from us there is no risk. We have
the best there is in town, because it is properly kept, cut
to your interest "and delivered promptly.
W. F. Heilbron, Prop. ' 'Phone 45
UTAH'S GOVERNOR WILL OPPOSE FIGHT
CHICAGO, Jan. 16. Governor Spry of Otnh, who was here today,
on route to Washington, declared that he would take-drastic action to
prevent tho coming fight between Jeffries and Johnson taking place In
Salt Lake. City, where Hlckard would have' It on July 4.
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am ttw wninvn PB'EVF.Ti tttp. WRRT i
JOI.IKT. III., Jan. 10. Jim Jelfrics, who Is her. at present,
stales that he '-would prefer to meat Johnson In one of the Paclllc Coast
cities. N 7
dock for tho superintendents of con
st ruction wlio, will tak'o charge of the
work. These men havo had charge of
the worktm the now dock at Mare Is
land nnd are thoroughly In touch with
nil departments connected with such
When tho work on Iho now dock ha
has bwm put Into full swing tbero will
bo about thrco hundred, men on tho
It Is given out that tho men for this
work will ho'drawn from llonoliflas
population and that nomi will bo
brought from thp coast unless abso
Will Employ Over Three Hundred
Men on New Drydock at Pearl
Harbor Local Laborers to Fill
Tho constructing plant consisting of
pumps, electric power, dynamos, con-.
veyors, mixers, derricks, cranes and
railroad track, havo been purchased
by tho San Francisco Ilrido and Con
struction Company and will soon ho
on its way to these Islands tn bo used
In tho construction of tho big naval
dry dock at Pearl Harbor.
A largo quantity of construction
lumber will be sent down on three
steam schooners and will bo taken di
rect to Pearl Harbor and unloaded
right at the- site of the proposed dock.
Although considerable work has yet
to bo dono In tho way of widening and
straightening tho channel to tho Inner
harbor, thgro Is now suulclcnt water
to admit of tho passage of small
coasting craft up to threo and four
hundred tons register,
Headquarters havo already been es
tablished near tho site of tho now
WH.COX In Koloa. Kauai, January
H, to tliu wlfo of Qaylord P. Wil
cox, u daughter. '
castor i a
For; Infant. u& Children.
rhe Klod YwfHari Always ImtfA
If women were as fastidious as mon.
morally or physically, thcro would bo
an end of the race.
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Most of egg5lflALi 5 I
the Men pSf I
we know have a way .,$ ?ffi fj MmW fiPL M
of arguing with them- . J" fffUWW yPP'J M& Hftjfe
selves about the style 'V s V'Y P.A a N. h i f M Vff ) ' " WV
of suit they are going ' i-ftVjMl U f -J LU W $jL H fll ' 'iFM
to wear' for fall and .-, SJ f J feft lffl!f fl'f . B H
winter. We have a C "-' -' yStJk &&lw. f fli
model called the Sea- 1r M:Mi '" 'fc VKm HeSMJ f i'l
bright, and is one of .HM -'P t 'aWlW'Ill 1 1 H
the younger genera- -j $&&&: - 8 iiF3M IKll i 1 M
tion of clothe, which fc$VV?T ;VT-I t MMiM I II
simply it irresistible. 'Ki'-l' t lA ' , I 1 1 ill
Eve'rything about the WR JWtH 171
Seabright is of such a T Vhs ft X WX-'fr-jX " mM
decUive nature, and it ,XVf'.---'lM. M WP liP Wt'M
illustrates so nicely Vti -.' TTi 4S ' MH
what remarkable pro- A'TO!J'- ' ' . Jf-J'r '10
ductions "Benjamin V'W?'-J-'-S M fl r " ilf
Clothes" are. The Sea- W"y-:' "- - 'i ' "
bright is a three-but- c , , &. 'M J, ' 3M
ton sack suit which r rJ ' , ' ' W& A ' l
has been in great dc- .' ' ' 'T. Y$Jk -J 'iR
mand in New York for '' .s,, Mm, fl'' KM1
Mmetime,hdwepre- . fZfi- 1J xl
diet a nattering rccep- T '.ZZtSi -' &l WM' i
. tion for it here. While -, 'J,t ;. s$$r&- r'-.h &m'A '3NL
"Benjamin Clothes" ' ," ' ,' ' Zf'd W W
are built by the very ' ;. . .----- - && VW A
besi tailors and the ."$ ' "II
'styles are the latest, m Remargin Clh-5 VF ' 1H
they are moderately tz JiSrcitrJni&'j JSM
priced. N. jatjW
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Extraordinary - I
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SSiSiSk. A ISISiSSW .SS.' SA fTTI SJSJSV SJSJ & wX
sisV sriW kssw m m Em lB . H
Combine great efficiency with low cost.
k Price $3.00 per Dozen
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'" These Gem Lamps will give you 20 per cent more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
JG c.p. lamp. We advise the use of these new lamps in,
place of the regular 16 c.p. lamps, v
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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The Agency of the -
Now at 1139 Fort Street
1i". T'i i;.
i 1028 Nunanu St.
A TRIAL ORDER '
MAKES REGULAR CUSTOMERS
We give such special attention to our wood and coal-customers that
the first order always means steady orders thereafter. Best quality,
full measure- lowest prices.
Honolulu' Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., behw Merchant. ' J,. , ' Phone 281
Save 1-3 on this month's grocery bill.
LEWIS & COS STOCK
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Now being sold by
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THEO. H. DAVIES & C0V LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
wines, iiauons. AND CIGARS,
W.. 0. BEBQIN. Proprietor.
The Science of Dyeing Clothes
is understood by the F. Thomas Dyeing Works of San Francbco, whose!
agent in this Territory is the FRENCH LAUNDRY,
J, ABADIE, Prop. .Xalaxl ,&., ., , UM 238, BEBETAHIA GW