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'EVENING DULLItTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY. JAN. IS, 1910.
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Are Ripe at Sachs'
WHITE PEARL BUTTONS Plain and fancy, assorted
sizes, seconds; special, 2 l-2c. a card.
MOIRE RIBBONS 51-2 inches wide; SOc. Ribbons,
35c. a yard,
' TURKISH BATH TOWELS $2.75 Towels, $2.15 a
LINEN SHEETING Extra quality, 90 inches wide;
$1,90 quality, $1.05 a yard.
IMPORTED PIN-DOTTED SWISS White with black
pin dots; SOc. quality, 37 l-2c. a yard.
SQUARE NET VEILS Navy Blue 'and Brown; $2.25
Veils, $1.35 each.
TAFFETA CLOTH -: Champagne and Grey, double
width; 75o. quality, 55c. a yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Ration
The name that means Photographic
Use Ansco Films and Cyko Paper
AND P1NCH0T SPEAK
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 17. President Tuft unit former Fores
ter Plnchot today addressed the National Civic Federation on various na
tional problems. In particular did the speakers urge the necessity for
uniform State legislation on All matters of primary Importance.
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FAIRBANKS MEETS SULTAN
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jan. J7. Former Vice President Fairbanks
was today presented at the court, of the Sultan of Turkey.
Mid -January Bargains
It is fiur desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats' to make room fcr new Roods. In order to do so we
are offering these low prices:
25c, 35.c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 a piece
Nuuanu Street. '
ELKS WILL GREET
Committee of Thirty To
Entertain Elks On '
Thirty Klk3, a Bpeclal commlrtoo ap
pointed for entertainment purpo,to
will go out to meet tho big steamer
Cloveland with Its party of tourists
and after giving tho Elks and their
wives a cordial Erecting, boo lo It that
they aro well taken care of during
their Btny In the city.
A meeting of this committee was
held last evening. E. II, Paris Is tho
chairman and tho thirty have been di
vided Into sub-committees so that all
tho details will bo looked after care
fully. The first movo was to charter the
Mokolll to carry tho committer out to
tho steamer. Tlio Klks will board tho
ship following tho Promotion Com
mittee representatives and the band.
The Elks .and their families will be
discovered and' automobiles, informa
tion and nil the rest will bo provided
to nmko the stay of tho visitors pleasant.
After having such n magnificent re
ception at Manila It Is probablo Hint
the visitors will expect something
large and elegant, from Honolulu, but
as for" as known tho Klks is tho only
rratornnl organization that has thus
far lahl put at special program of entertainment.
What's theUse Speculating
When you buy 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.
Fresh Factory Foi Delivered to Residences
W. F, Heilbron, Prop. I Phone 45
CLUB FLOAT WILL
BE A FEATURE
Rapid Transit Company
. At tho meeting of the Wnlalae, Kal-
mukl, and Palolo Improvement Club
last evening It was decided that "ten
foot sidewalks on nil main streets and
8-foot Bldowalks on all cross streets
should bo put In for the district. It
wis no decided that the roadways
should bo 26 feet. This action of the
club was brought about at the request
of tho Road Committee.
' The almof tho road department was
to have narrow Btreets and na largo
sidewalks as possible. Uy having nar
row streets tho road department would
not huvo to pay so much for their up
keep, and by having wide sldewnlks tho
initial cost for lepalrs would largely
fall upon tiie .householders of tho
neighborhood. In congested cities
largo roadways nro necessary, but In
a city like Honolulu broad streets arc
not deemed necessary at present.
A letter was rend from the Rapid
Transit Company stating that a 10-20
minute service would be Inaugurated
In place of u direct service" us had
been suggested by the Improvement
tlub. A ton-minute service will ba
maintained during certain hours of tho
day between , Pawa Junction and
Kalmukl Hill In preference to tho, ono
suggested by tho club of running di
rect cars, oil Uerctanlu.
The Walalao, Kalmukl ami Palolo
Improvement Club have arranged to
enter a float In tho Floral' Parade.
This will be a decorated automobile,
and in nil probability will bo a repro
duction of the temporary observatory.
Tho auto used will bo that of J. W.
Pratt, who has been made chairman
of tho float committee of tho club.
The expenses of decorating this
float will bo borne by the members of
the' Improvement club, who will each
bo assessed CO cents. As there nro ui-
wards of 200 members a good sum of
money will be available for entering a
well-decorated float. The ladlea of tho
district havo been asked to decorate
this float and have consented to do
their part ip making It one of tho best
entries that Honolulu has soon since
parades of this naturo havo taken
Tho following olllcera and enlist
ed men of the National Ouard of
Hawaii are requostejl to meet at the
llungulow, Friday evening, January
21, 1910, at 7:30 o'clock, for the
purpose of making arrangements "to
play the final two games of three
with the U. S. Pacific fleet, 'vhlch
will arrive here on or about Hobru1
ary 1, 1910: Capt James A. Thomp
son, Llciit. Bradford M. Sumner,
Lieut. Antonio Q. Marcalllno, Wil
liam Hampton, William S. Rice, John
Williams, George Townsend, Louis
Soares, 'En Sue, Abraham Lota,
Henry Chilllngworth, Honfy llush
noll, John llutler, Dudle Lemon, Sam
It will bo remembered thnt Harry
played tho WcBt Virginia with tuo
icam or mo first Hospital company WASHINGTON; Jan. 5. Senator
anaywon uy i 10 i. men no Bent nourne, ns chairman of tho sub-corn-
Householders and Merchants who are interested in re
ducing their light bills should not fail to try these lamps.
They give '
Twice the Light for the Same Money
A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in
every way than that obtained with 'ordinary lamps.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
' , 1028 Nduanu St.
IS A WONDER
Stumps All the Learned Professors
in Handling Figures in Fourth
CAMDRIDOK (Mass.). January fi.
William James Sldis, tho ten-year-old
student of Harvard, startled gray
haired mathematical professors by
propounding somo now theories of the
fourth dimension in' a lecture which
he delivered last night in Conant Hall,
Cambridge, before tho Harvard Mathe
sors from all over Now England wcro
present and gazed In .wonder as the
"rosy-checked boy. In short trousers.
placed on tho blackboard row, after
row of figures to provd difficult and
profound theories. Many of them ad'
mlttcd their Ignornnco of what tho
boy discussed so glibly, and called on
him to explain again and again somo
Young Sldis was accompanied bj
his father, Dr.'llOrla Sldis; well known
pschologlst. His hnndwrltlng Is that
of a child, but his mind Is far from
childish. ' '
Tho fourth dimension belongs to the
lilKlieBt branch of mathematics, and Is
commonly regarded as a Btudy for only
tho oldest and most experienced professors-
Young Sldis has token tho
most advanced courses In mathematics
at Harvard. Ho has worked out a num
ber of original theories, which it Is
said havo been nccoptcd by mathoma'
Melons. With a crnxou which ho'
wloldcd with his llttlo hand ho ex
plained the construction of some fourth
dimensional figures hitherto unknown
to tho professors.
n challenge to tho best nlno of i.ie
licet from tho N. Q. II. team, and
lost by 1 to 3, Thoro ure now two
more games to play with the best
nine of the fleet against tho best
J team of tbe N. Q, II.
EDOAR S. BARRY,
Manager, N, Q. II, Baseball Team,
Mrs. Lucy O. Perkins, now an ox
pert guide at the Metropolitan Mu
seum of Art In New York, has been
on tho regular staff of the mus,eum
for Beveral, years.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
B. T. FELIX GOL'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM 09 MAGICAL BEAUTIFIES
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JUlb, and hllo Dl.ra.et,
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on txautr. and lit
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tit Vfar. Kail
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UiUltl, biurci t
la proprrif wait.
nilttco ,of I ho Scnato public, expendi
tures committee, believes there la neod
of Investigating Congressional Investi
gations. Hu has been looking up tho
cost of the Investigations, ordered by
Congress In 1907, of what caused tho
advanco In tho prlco of timber. This
haa already cost upwards of $200,000,
and Is not completed,
Tho Ilrownsvlllo investigation has
cost seo.000, without results, and tho
IPInchot-Balllnger probe, piohably will
eusi over iuu,uuu. Investigations
which have been ordered by Congress,
and aro under way, with nq sign of
completion, aro tho probing of the
steel Industry, tobacco and cotton In
dustries, water powers, corporations,
transudation by water and the har
vester trust, and tho cost of these will
aggregate 11,000,000, k
"Darling," ho said, "you aro tho
only woman I over loved. I sWear
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"Oorgo " she rejoined, "yon talk
irp,o?,K."ii?i l"t0 "n arclfc explorer,"
THINGS WILL TAKE A TUBN,
Most of ,
we know have' a way
of arguing with them
selves about the style
of suit they are going
to wear for fall and
winter. We have a
model called the Sea
bright, and is one of
the younger genera
tion of clothes which
simply is irresistible.
Everything about the
Scabright is of such a
decisive nature, and it
illustrates so nicely
what remarkable' pro
Clothes" arc. The Sca
bright is a three-button
sack suit which
has been in great de
mand in New York for
some time, and we pre
dict a' flattering recep
tion for it here. While
are built by the very
best tailors and the
styles are the latest,
they are moderately
turn. Dr. U .
kivrs ail-l to A
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Save 1-3 on this month's grocery bill.
LEWIS & COS STOCK
Now being sold by ;.
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"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERQIN. Proprietor.
J. ABADIE, Prop. . . 258 BERETANIA ST.fj
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The Science of Dyeing Clothes
is understood by the F. Thomas Dyeing Works of San Francisco, whose
agejit in this Territory is the FRENCH, LAUNDRY.