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EVENING BULLItTIN, HONOLULU. T. Hi, WEDNESDAY, JAN'. 19, 1010
Are Ripe at Sachs'
WHITE PEARL BUTTONS Plain nnl fancy, assorted
i. sizes, tecondi; special, 21-2c. a .card.
MOIRE RIBBONS 51-2 inches wide; SOc. Ribbons,
'" 35c. a yard.
', TURKISH BATH TOWELS $2.75 Towels, 2.15 a
I LINEN SHEETING Estra quality, 90 inches wide:
$1.00 quality, $1.05 a yard.
IMPORTED PIN-DOTTED SWISS White with black
pin dots; SOc. quality, 37 l-2o. a yard. x
SQUARE NET VEILS Navy Blue and Brown; $2.25
Veils, $1.35 each.
TAFFETA CLOTH Champagne and Grey, double
width; 75c. quality, 55c. a jard.
WILL FACE THE MUSIC
u'ARinrcnTfiw n. n. . .inn. 18
tcrlor Hnlllngor ftas prcparcil lo r
nnHnti tililMi linn tnmlltpil frntll til
lary has hint wllh tlie former chlo
circulation hero today.
Seciclnry llalllngvr, when que
ronlled liotlv III denial of It. Ho s
kiif.li n ntf.li nn reslirnntlou n lone a
would fine his accusers before the I
--A report, that Secietary of the In-
eslgn rather than face the Invesll
o various disagreements the Secre-
f of the Forest Ben Ice xmib In
stioned as to the truth of the report,
tatcil that he would ncer consider
s lie wan miner nru, mm nun nu
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
The name that means Photographic
Ansco Films and Cyko Paper
FAVORED TARIFF COUNTRIES ....,
WASIIINOTON, I). C .Ian, 18. President Taft Issued a prodama
tlnn imlnv In tlm effect that Italy. Ureal llrltnln, Uusiila, Spain, Turkey
nnd Switzerland aie the countries entitled to have llielr export to the
United 8tates entered under Hie minimum tariff schedules.
These aie the countries which give the Unljed Stntes exporters the
advantages of the lowest tariff In forco nccordlng to their schedules.
DOES TO PRISON AT 72 , , , . , . ,
CIIICAKO. Jan. 18. John II. Walsh, who was sentenced to fno
years' Imprisonment on March 14, 1908, for the misuse of money In the
Chicago National llanK, of which ho waft president, was taken from
hero today en route to the Federal prison ut Ilirt l.eavenuorm, wnere
he will serve his term. '
MORE NEW YORK CUSTOMS FRAUD it , , ,
NUW YOHri Jan. 18. Joseph Mcaruth, a clerk In the employment
of the customs department here, wns today airested on a charge of
undervaluing automobiles Imported. Somo sensatlonnl developments aro
promised ns n lesult of the nrrest.
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UNIFOPM STATE LEGISLATION .-.',. , .,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jnn. 18. Kllhu Root. In addressing tho Na
tional Civic Federation today, suggested tho creation of a court of com
missioners to draft uniform legislation for the different States of the
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COUNCIL FOR ALASKA , ,, , , . .
WASIIINOTON, I). C. Jan. 18. Sonntor llevcrldgo today Intro
duced the administration Mil providing a legislative council for the
government of the Territory of Alaska. .
Newsboys' Staying Qualities
Not Nerve But Industry
Mid -January Bargains
It is our desire to clear our stock of corsets and pVtti
coats to -make .room fcr new Roods. In order to do so we
are offering these low prices:
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 a piece
? L. AHOY,
5 - Nuuanu Street.
This Is the final Week
Of the Contest Among
The Newsboys of the
The newsbojs Marathon race for
the best sellers Is drawing near the
nnal lap, and the bog are speeding
up for the 'finish. A pretty race has
de cloned among two of the outside
idlers for first place so Intense has
their rnco been from the start tnai
they have completely outdistanced
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
Seabright is of such a
decisive nature, and it
illustrates so nicely
what remarkable pro
Clothes" are. The Sea
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 forlt here. While
are built by the very
best tailors, and the
styles are the latest,
they are moderately
What's thellse Speculating
When you buy meats from us there is no risk. We have
. the best there is in town, becaute it is properly kept, cut
to yffur interest and delivered promptly.
Fresh Factory Poi Delivered to Residences
W. F. Heilbron, Prop. Phone 45
Householders' and Merchants 'who are interested in re
, , ducing their light bills should not fail to try these lamps.
13t Twice the Light for the Same Money
,vA clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier aiid better light in
every way than that obtained with ordinary lamps.
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The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
A Bulletin Hustler.
tho other )os, who are rasing along
for second plnco. The two bojs aro
lames Hawaii and Frank Vincent,
ind, as their names suggest, ono is
a native of the country he gets his
name from, and the other Is the son
Qf Portuguese parents. Tho rooting
section among the outside sellers aro
urging their favorites along with a
vim that would stir the heart ot a
football player who Is staying In a
game on account of his nerve. Hut
the staying quality of newsboys Is
not that of nerve, but Industry. At
this count tho llffereme between
Vincent nnd Hawaii Is but thirty
six papers, and when the boys arc
Individually bylng for sale, asnian
us a.hundred and, Seventy papers, this
lead Is scarcely considered ns one ni
nil. Among tho Insldo office sellers
the Interest In the contest has In no
way wnned, although one of the
boys, Cleorgo fttchnrds, has a lead
of five hundred, The boy in seconu
place has not Ken up nope.oi pun
sensing one of tho blcjcles offered by
the Bulletin that are on dis
play In E. O. Hall & Son's window.
Tho second and third prizes are
worth working for, think the boys,
ns they are a suit of clothes nnd n
pair of shoes.
This Is the final week of the con
test, as the sale of Saturday Is the
last one of whU.li a count will be
made. The announcement of the
winners and tho distribution of
prizes will be made on next Monda.
The count today shows tho follow
George Richards 4040
Dan Kealiaa .'.... 3480
J. Pcrreira l?Bi
Joseph Carvalho 883
Tai Chan 760
James Hawaii 2505
D. Keawe 746
J. Oliveira 645
EIGHT HUNDRED DOLLARS
FOR FIRE DEPARTMENT TEAN
Supervisor Jim Qulnn has Intro
duccd n resolution beforu tho Cjty nml
County Hoard of SupcrvUors appro
prlallng the sum of 1800.00 for the
purchase of a team of horses for the
Honolulu Klro Department. Tho meat
tiro has been adopted nnd tho equlnes
will bo bought.
They miss the place of power win'
dodgo all pain.
, EXQUISITE MILLINERY
1028 Nuuanu St.
THE GUIDEPOST of the
stranger is the Classified
Advertising in newspapers.
More strangeis seek informa
tion in the paper in one day
as regards rooming houses, boarding houses, furnish
ed houses to let, and so' forth, than apply to the Pro
motion Committee in a week. It is a matter of train
ing with the tourist. He knows the classified columns
of a newspaper furnish this information, and he does
not know where else to seek fo'r this Information. If
you have anything the transient wants, tell him where
to find it in the classified columns of the Bulletin.
It will cost you but one cent a woid.
Save 1-3 on this month's grocery bill
Lewis & Cos Stock
Now being sold by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.:
. WA1K1K1 INN
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOARS.
W. C. BERQIN. Proprietor.
! ' 1028 Nuuanu St. JIB ...
The Science of Dyeing Clothes.-?
is understood by the F. Thomas Dyeing Works of San Francisco, whose 3
ngent in this Territory is the FRENCH LAUNDRY.
J. ABADIE, Prop. . 258 BERETANIA ST.,,