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KVKNINll IIIII.MCTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIUItSDAV, JAN. 27, 1010.
ONYX HOSIERY stands alone as the world's finest
hosiery. When you buy Onyx Hosiery, you are getting
honest merchandise and a square deal.
ONYX HOSE FOR LADIES In Silk, lisle, Thread
and Cotton; in white, black, tan and popular colors.
ONYX HOSE FOR CHILDREN In white, black, tan
and colors; in all sizes.
ONYX HOSE FOR INFANTS Infants' .socks in white,
black, tan, pink, light blue and cardinal.
ONYX SOCKS FOR MEN In black; guaranteed not
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Pnrcirnn and Piano Mnvina
SHOULD YOU HESITATE WHEN YOU HAVE OUR
GUARANTEE OF THE QUALITY OF THE MEAT WE
SELL! NOTHING BETTER IN TOWN.
We deliver POI to your house every day, Any quantity.
tit tj trviTmsrw v.. DiiAitrr ak
. IS MOST CERTAIN
I'AUIS, Jan. if,. lMrfs la lottcliiB un tlio brink of mill. Tlio In
)inbllanH nro liolillnj; their liicnlh In terror, mill no otiu Known wlmt
limy come next. A black iiall of ilrr.itl In vprciiil over all. Tbe laby
rinth of utiilcrKumtul sewers, uncc the pride of the city, now lias lip
cc.nic one of tlio Rientcst xonrrcu of ilatiRrr. Tin- Louwc, with Its
priceless art treanurcH, Is tbteatencd with total ilestiuctlun. The death
rato Is (iiipalllHK. '
Not since the ilaiK nKM ban tbcie been sncli an tiiipuiiillclvil menu
of ilemornllznllnn us the result of a catastrophe. The Ignorant and til
IM'iKtlllmis aio panli-strlclicn and lay the calamity to the appioach of
llallcy's comet. The end of the world Is prophoilcd, ntnl the Seine,
onco the pitde tif the I'nrUlan's heart, Is now spol.cn of onl. with ana
themas. The ciitiisttoplic Mils fall to exceed lu honor any cicat na
tloniil disaster or history.
SEWERS A MENACE.
The Kicatcst daiiKcr to the city comes fiont the towers. The won
derful system, one of tlio Kicnt kIrIiIs shown to toutlsts In times p.uit,
spieads out fnnllKc under the city. Tliiougli the tuniids the water
has lushed with such foico that the Inasonry has bceif dcslioeil. and
the capital of the 1'iciicli H'pulille Is totterliiB In precarious pxlstuniu
on a thin crust cmcrliiK a seilcs of nirIiik imblerrnncaii loricnts.
Tho .district In the huIkIiIioiIhkhI of the Avenue du l'Opcra Is In
dcspctnlc danger. The walls of the Rrcat palace of tho l.niivie aio sup
ported only by a few yards of earth which Is Itself undermined hy thu
treacherous wateis. Tho Hardens of tho Titllcrlcs arc Hooded. The nit
trcasuics of thij Louvre, collected fioni nil over tho world, would be re
moved to a place of safety, hut placo of safety there Is none.
The water Is (lowing over the I'ont do 1'Alma. and to lay the
(larc d'Orsay fell, The Hoods have Inundated tho Champ do .Mais ami
have surioundcd the Kioto Mllltnlie. Thc-tlotcl des Invalldcs Is awash
niul Its beautiful esplanade Is a turbulent sea. ,
A SCENE OF HORROR.
'On the Other side of the rlcr the water Jims risen until the line
do Klvoll Is Hooded and Us arcades have been turned Into kiiIiiiicikciI wa
terways. The Hotel llCRlna Is Inaccessible. The Grand Opera incr
looks a scene calculated to strlho terror to tho staiiuchest he.ut.
An army of police and firemen, assisted by all tho troops of tho dis
tricts, aio working hcinlrnlly, not to stem the coin so of the Hood for
that Is Impossible but to icscuo tho Inhabitants of the doouuM dis
tricts. It Is a city IlKhtliiK for life, and every advance of the 'merci
less ton cuts Is lomhntcd fo the limit of human power.
Aliendy tho monetary losses i un way Into tho millions and me be
ing added to hourly. Tho ofllflnls jesterday estimated" the loshcn at
lioo.ooo.ono. UthlfUtf3ii ,i... I h,
Tho death toll Is stowing at ii filghtful rato, and the burial of the
bodies has become an Impossibility. Alieady putrlfjIn'R mrpses ate bo
lug washed ashote on the high lands, and nn epidemic seems Inevitable.
No ouo can tell how many hav list their lives', 'and families know not
how many of their incnibeis havo pcilshed.
LANDMARKS GONE. ...
Landmark niter landmark lias inllen, and II' loons ns tuottgii the
work of destruction which the Trench revolution began may be toni-
pletcd by the Hoods. After the (leminn war, Krniicu bull fi coidou of
fortresses around her capital city, foi tresses calculated to icslst the as
sault of any mortal enemy. Hut against Providence tho forts nro nte-
Spnicd by the vandals of the icvolutlon 'nnifdestructlonUls of the
coiiunuiU'. .tho Louvre, that wondious palace-iiHucst'cocl with thu
French monaichy, seems doomed to fall. ' '
JJUUU ilUJt .
' DAXiU J,nUUWiHX,l
(Continued from Pago 1.)
by tho trustees at their last meet
ing to make a recommendation .at
this meeting as to what, If any, part
the Leant Home should take In tho
anti-tuberculosis campaign, begs to
report as follows:
"We have consulted with Dis.
Hobdy and Ilrlnckerhoff In order to
ascertain first what was actually be
ing contemplated by tho central
.committee and what their view was
as to the wisest courso for the Lcahl
Homo to pursue. Wo learned iVom
these gentlemen that, It Is proposed
to establish a day-camp and instruc
tion classes for tuberculosis pit'
tlents; tho day-camp Is to treat In
cipient or remediable cases, seo that
they have .suitable food and sur
rounding at least during tho day
time, and to ascertain where the pa
tients live and to improve tho con
ditions under which they slcop. in
other words, tho present plans of
tho central commltteo doat with
what may be called curablo cases.
At the same time there will always
be a certain number of cases which
are so advanced that constant nurs
ing and medical attention Is required
not only to ameliorate their condi
tion, but to prevent them from ho
coming a serious source of Infection
"It Is hero that the Lea hi Homo
can bear Its part. Wo already havo
the necessary Institution, land, lo
cation and equipment to deal with
this nart of the campaign: nil that
'Is needed Is nn extension of thof
present equipment and stuff and tho
provision of the necessary funds for
carrying on the work.
"Both Dr. Hobdy nnd Or. llrlnck
.erhoir were of the opinion that an
additional capacity- of, say, twenty
bodB for tuberculosis patients would
ho sufficient to meet the needs of
the situation. It would bo compar
atively easy to collect sufficient
.funds to build two or more open-nlr
.pavilions containing ten beds each
and to get subscriptions to meet the
current expenses for this year and
perhaps next year. Your commlt
'teo considers, however, thut tlils
, would be an unsatisfactory courso
to pursuo, as It would he Inflicting
(an additional annual burden on tho
eharltablo members of this commu
nity and an additional anxiety on
' those rcsponslblo for the conduct of
tho home. We are of opinion that
a more permanent arrangement
.should be adopted, and tho only way
' to ensure permanency Is by nn en
"The presont cost of feeding and
caring for a patient Ib 11.17 por
day, and In order to maintain, onn
' fiofl hod for i )onr, an endowment
of f.7000 Is nepdod. Consequently,
NOTRE DAME STANDING.
Tho Luxomlioiirg, on tlio hlgn ground, yet is r.ue.
In order to build, equip nnd endow
an open-air pavilion accommodating
ten patients, no less a sum than
175,000 would bo required, and dou
ble Hint amount for the twenty pa
tients spoken of hy Drs. Hobdy and
ilrlnckerhoff. Tho present is, how
ever, a tlmo when prosperity abounds
and many who nro charitably In
clined nro in a position to put their
wishes into deeds.
This commltteo recommends that
an active effort bo mado forthwith
to raise sufficient to equip and en
dow nt least ono ten-bed open-nlr
pavilion, nnd If possible two. Wo
are convinced that this community
regards the work of tho Lea hi Home
with sympathy and approval, and
have no doubt that when its needs
1110 presented to the public tho re
sponse will justify our appeal. Re
"A. W. T. IIOTTOMLKY,
"O. F. DAVIKB,
.Or. Sinclair was then asked for
his vlows, which largely coincided
with Ihosc of the committee. He
was, however, of tho opinion that If
means weie found of electing addi
tional lU'commodntlon for twenty pa
tients, tho homo would hnvo sulll
clont capacity to euro for many In
cipient and remediable cases, as well
as for thoso in a 'moio advanced
Dr. Hobdy, on beLng nsked to give
Ills vlows, outlined tho general plans
of the central commltteo and showed
how an essential pait of thoso plans
was the provision of n permanent
homo to treat such cases as could
not be taken euro of by tho other'
proposed methods of tho campaign,
such ,us day-enmps nnd classes. For
this part of tho work tho central
Commltteo would icly on tlic Lenlil
Homo as being already lu the Held
and in the best possible position to
Wuko charge of this branch of tho
A general discussion ensued; and
it was unanimously decided thut liny
schema short of raising a Perma
nent endowment ns recommended by
tho committee would bo unsatisfac
tory, and that while many calls for
largo donations to vurlous churltles
hud boon made tecently, yet on ac
count of tho'gseat importance and
need of the work and of the gcncinl
uppiovnl and sympathy for tjio homo
amongst the community, mid Hear
ing In mind tho fact thut no appoal
hud been made or subscriptions so
licited for tho homo for many years,
they heartily endorsed tho commit-
yet Btauds, but 110110 can tell when her ancient walls may glo way to
tho ravenous floods. Kvcry hour sees' sonio hlbtnrlc structure destroy
ed, and every hour sees additional victims added to tho death roll.
La Hello Paris, the pride of pleasure-loving Kuropo, tho Joy of tho
artist, the historian, .tile antiquarian am! tho globe-trotter, Is on tho
vergo of death.
ASQUITH CAN NOT BE DEFEATED,
LONDON, .Ian. 20. Hallotlng remains to ho done now In only
seventy-two constituencies of tho six bundled and seventy In nil lu thu
United Kingdom, and the returns to dato show that in 110 way Is It
possible for tho.Asqulth ministry" to be defeated.
MEAT TRUST INVESTIGATION.
CHICAGO, Jan. 20. That the beef trust Inxcstlgutlou will bo na-tlon-wldo.
was shown today, when subpoenas wero Issued lulling for tho
documents and books of tho principal packing concerns of the country.
CLEANING OUT OLD COMMISSION.
SAN FHANCISCO, Jan. 1!G. Major McCarthy today demanded tho
teslgnatlons of thirty-four commissioner appointed duiiug tbe Taylor
BUILT ON PACIFIC
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Jan. in.
Senator Piles of Washington guvo .1
dinner tonight to members of the Pa
cltlc Const delegation lu Congress
nnd others Interested In securing tho
construction of submarine vessels on
Four vessels wero authorized in
tho last naval bill, and It is tho do-
slio of the Coast representatives that
thoy bo built In California or Wash
ington, in order that the Coast may
bo more fully protected, experience
having shown that such vessels,
when built on tho Atlantic Coast,
never leave these sharer.
Among the speakers wero Sonntors
Piles, Flint nnd Jones; Hepresonla
lives Kills, Humphrey-, Knglobrlght,
Hayes, Polndoxtor, Needhnin, former
Governor MiOriiw; John M. Mc
Gregor, president of tho Union lion
Works, nnd C. I). Lainout of thu
Morun company of Seuttlo.
toe's recommendation and author
ized the trustees ut mice to take
steps to ralso the necessaiy amount
of 175,000 for 0110 ten-bed pavilion,
nnd if possible for an additional one.
TtnllMIn TtmliiFM nfflen Plinn 9. 1ft
Oulletiii Editorial Room rhone 185. Bcretnnta nnd Fort streets.
BULUETIN ADR PAY
Shapes, Trimmings end Flowers,
Dunn's Hat Shop
CALENDARS and LEATHER
Large House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King' and Lillna Streets.
Four-loom House nnd small
Lot on Buckle Lone, ncar
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
-Several high? Buildim; Lots,
Knlakaua Ave. ?ou cash;
balance $10 per mo;ith; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Buildinpr. 74 S. King St.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY,
Dressmaker from Paris, Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Hnrrison Block,
ONE GOOD, TRIP BEGETS
ANOTHER JF IT'S TO
111. PHILLIPS S CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN STS.
DULLUTIN ADS PAY -T)t
rUR SPRING STOCK of FURNISHINGS for men
is now complete and comprises all the new and
latest novelties in the market. Each article is neat
and attractive, and as you know, our prices are right.
MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S PAJAMAS
New Sprint: Shirts in all neat pit- Hen's Tn jamas made in nil mate-
tcnis, and plain white, soft nntl r'als and cut very full. They aw
pkalcd bosoan; coat stylo; cuffs at- trimmed with silk frop and lars
tncliol N pcail buttons.
$1.25 end $1.50 SI.50 a Suit and Up
MEirs'UNDERWEAR - MEN'S HOSIERY
Men'8i white lisle Underwear. Men's Hose in all the new Sprint;
made with short sleeves. This unr- similes, including the famous Wun-
incut is tin best value we ever had drrhese. This hoc is put up in boxes
in this line. of four pairs, nnd each box is trunr-
75e. a Garment nntccd to wear three months with-
:. .. ' out dnrnini; the heel, sole or toe.
MEN'S HATS $i the Eox
New shapes in Felt and Straw, all -
shades and combination trimmi"?. MEN'S BELTS
Wc have n special in a new soft Men's Belts, black and Ian. with
straw one that you can wear in any initials. Tubular belts in seal, val.
shap:, for rus, calfskin, nnd -rey and tan suede.
$2.50 From 50c. Up
Do You Realize
You can save many dollars by
coming to this sale. Here are some of
the bargains items taken-at random
from hundreds of others :
Fresh Cove Oysters,
Durkee'st Salad Dressing,
Crescent Sardines, - -
Clam Buillon, - - - -
Fruit Flavors, - - - -
Catsup, - - - -; 7
. M. J. BCoffee, - -Tomatoes,
Olive Oil, '
Assorted Fruits, - - -
25c 3 for 50c
40c 3 for $1
25c 2 for 25c
Lewis &.Cos Store
Sale being conducted by
THE0..H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathintc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
Send the Most Delicate Fabrics
wTa,fflJ&.SiSr8-;Frcnch Laundry - J. Abadie, Prop. i$
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t if' -t hfteiittlfiai1! iilr'f rr ti I'liim t -
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