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BVENlNO UULtHTJN, HONOLULU, 'J. H 8ATUn6A Jan'. iJ. I91u.
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Monday,- Tuesday and Wednesday
LINEN COUCH COVERS Cool and washable; made
of ttriped linen, finished with knotted fringe; 3 yards long.
Price, $2.60. . i.
' FEATHERSTITCH BRAIDS Jn 'aU colon; 12-yard
' pieces; 15c. braids, 8 1.3c. a piece.
BORDEAUX LINEN In white only; 20c. quality,
12 l-2c. a yard.
VOILE SUITINGS Tan, Grey and Navy; doable width;
00c, quality, 68c. a yard. ' ' '
' COVERT, CLOTH For Skirts and Suits; Grey, Tan,
Black and. Navy; special, 12 l-2c. a yard."
RED TABLE DAMASK 60c. quality, 45c. a yard.
LADIES? WHITE HOSE Lace ankle and' all lace: sizes,
8 1-2. 9. 91-2; 35c. Hose, 20c. a pair. ' '"
PILLOW TUBING By the yard; extra Rood cotton;
25c. a yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CQ.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Transfer Co., Ltd.
TnrrtifoM .and Piano Moving.
SHOULD YOU HESITATE WHEN YOU HAVE ,0UR
GUARANTEE OF THE QUALITY OF THE MEAT WE
BELLI NOTHING BETTER IN TOWN.
Wc deliver POI to your house eveiy day. Any quantity.
'W. F.'HEILBRON, Prop. PHONE 45
Just Received by Manchuria
A New Line ,of
Such as PONGEE SILKS GRASS' LINEN,
and EMBROIDERED GOODS
Price and Quality the Best
Nuuanu Street. .
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Keep your. books in order, preserve -them frofai cock
roaches, and have a oozy library corner for V8(nB Maqey
Sectional Bookcases. Oak and mahogany. Low prices.
H. Hackfeld & vCo Ltd., Agents .
v Hackfeld Building Fprt and Queen
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A Gykp P4tit
has,. a quality and richness ,that puts it in a class by itself,
Developing .- Printing
And All Branches of Commercial Photograph", at
Ff)0P AN() SBELTER
PARIS, Jan. 28. Conditions grow hourly worse throughout Oils
city, although the Seine hag censed to rise and It Is reported that the
swollen tributaries arc railing. Today was one of terror, while to add
to the sceno of contusion, refugees from the surrounding country began
td crowd Into the upper sections of the city, demanding food and shelter.
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GENERAL DRAPER DEAD.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 28. Ilrlgadier-Ocncral Draper, U. 8.
Vol., died at his home here today, at the ago of stxty.elght yearH. (Ion
em! Draper enlisted In the Twcnty-IUIh Massachusetts! at the beginning
of tho Civil War, and won quick prrinotlon through bravery, being
zrovcted brlgadler-gcneral at the conclusion of'hostllltles. He engnged
In cotton manufacturing after the war, and .has served his country In
Congress and as Ambassador to Italy.
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MUCK-RAKE ARTICLES UNPROFITABLE. .
WASHINGTON, U. C, Jan. 28. President Tnft, addressing n dele
gation of publishers of periodicals, gathered here to protest against any
Increase In the postal rates on second-class matter, Intimated Hint the
muck-raking articles published in so tunny of the periodicals of the day
are accomplishing no good. '
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H. C. CHRISTY WINS SUIT.
ZANK3VILLE, 0., Jan. 28. Howard Chandler Christy, tho artist,
has won his, cross suit in the divorce proceedings brought agulust him
by tho wife, and the custody of Natalie, his tweivo-ycar.-olil duughter,
concerning whom the case was bitterly fought on Wh sides, has been
awarded ,to him.
AVIATOR CURTISS MAY STAY.
1.03 ANOELE3, Jan. 28. Curtlss, the. Amqrlcan nvlainr, has de
cided to locate permanently on the Coast n'rtd' will inaku his headquar
ters here and establish on experimental aviation utatlon, providing the
city agrees to furnish for his use some level testing course.
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PROHIBITION FOR WASHINGTON.
WASHINOTON, 1). C Jan. 28. Congressman Aiken of South Car
olina has Introduced a bill providing for prohibition In the District of
Heln frlcnilt Adolph: . .Hurray.'
Adolph. Hurray .for der Shormun Fin
neron Ve had his birthday for ceo.
oration down hero yesterday nnd dor
vay dot Mr. rtotenhauer shot dem' up
jvould ,naff made, der Eniperor green
mlt envious, und you bot, vhlle Idt
lasted dese city know dero vas some
3rcmans in idt. I vlsh Idt vould conio
effery two'veeks. I couldn't shtand idt
Dere vas more as a little agitation
here over the fact as how dere vas a
movement on foot to take away all of
dere booze vhat lss got omit side oft
In der t6wn'. Hlmll, but idt vas good
dat it vas not in force yesterday.
Could you Imagine all of dose people.
down In .the Hackfeld building drink
ing cold water and eating p'retzils, in
honor of der Sherman Emperor.
I' told you Adolph, I don't can make
out how I vould stand on drtt prohjbl
Ion' business. Dey' talk about all off
der vlckcdness vhat vhlskcy lss do
ing, but say, Adolph, did you offer
hear oft vhlskey offer .flowing Its
banks' 'and drowning thousands und
thousands oh .people. ,at once clip, und
putting awliolo city on der pumT No,
Adolph, I vas going to'takb my chance's
mlt der vhlskey.
'Somebody raw me coming out off a
saloon der other day und dey tod 'njo
about It. I am glad dot dey saw 'me
come out because. I vould not halt
lem think I stayed In doro all day.
Dero vas a .lot oft fellows pulled up
hero a few days ago for making their
automobiles go too fast. You should'
haft heard some off der effldcnco vhat
dor vjctlms glff to convince der
shudge'.BB to. how slow dey Vas" go
ing. DeV man,v(iat vas looking' at dem
go by mlt a stop watch said (ley vas
going' 45' miles an hoiir. Der victim
Said ho vas' only going 1G mlies an
hour. Dere vas' a lot off middle
ground in botween those, two speeds.
Der Bhudge didn't hold up der auto
mobllo by der hind leg In one ,hand
mlt a sword In dor other und .threaten
to shpllt der difference. Not on your
llfo. fie Bhust found out how ,fust der
driver off ,der mdchlno said he Van go
ing und' how fast dor shpott'er said tie
vas going und den he fined der' man' a
dollar for offery mllO between der two
I fco by dor papers off a follow h'iro
vhat lss writing letters to Ills friend
jiomo where ,back ,in .der states telling
About offory .thing vhut he don't' know
off dese city. .Ife signs dor letters'
r,""W"'. " uon i Know vnat not
word means, do you, A'do'lph? iu
lot means 'a follow Vhat lias been
here only' long enough to na' lis n
sCo a hiiln und lss considered by dor
pwpiu who worn doc gamo to be' a
sort of tapioca or BOft-h6lled euuinr.l
In fact,' he .might bo classed as one
off der assets off der city.
He vlll got offer all off dot after ho
has been hero for n whlin nn.i i,o
urtfi',1 RA a .,.'.. ..'
v" '. uuih any inpro men nor
supcrvlsors'do for dot other feller vhat
wants a 'lot off root's' built vhllo you
wait, tlnd dotB der vay ho vlll got
Her "mallhlnl" vhat I vos toldlng
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
78x75, on Webb Lane, near
jung ana wiina streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
' Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection: Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
', Kalakau'a Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; ,ho
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building;. '74 8. King St.
you about might bo considered a sari
off a knocker Iff.liu.hacl been.liere Imif
enough but he vas awful young yet
und he don't know jer rat0, off people
vhat 'knock a place when dero 1st
hqthlrig to knock ntmut. Shu'st for a
warning some body might bo kind
enough .to tell him about n publication
vhat vas' started lii dese city, und vat
rallcil Hpf""Plnnter'K "Mo'nthlv:"
Veil, it shtarted out knocking things I
mlt' type shust like der "mallhlnl" man I
und it ought .to have known better bo-1
cause It vas born here, but it dldn t
und a Utile vhlle ago it tied Itself all
tip In a knocking knot Und died .mlt
a 'groan 'yhlch nobody.nheard except
Mr.' Thurston, who was nursing It.
I think dot vas der second one of
der same kind dot died' on" Mr. "Thurs
ton's hands from der same disease.
"Sic' snmpa der knocker." $Tour
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered For Record Jan. 27, 1010.
' 'From 10:30 A. M. .to 4:30 F. M.
Est of.C'n lllacow by extrx ct
al to Kukulau Plantn Co Ld.. 1
W McCandless and wr to Young
Kong Lull! ..'...., I)
11 W Kalalaliwale to W C Aclil,
W C Achl, tr, to J Alfred Ma-
f;ooii . ." ', M
Ulshop Trust Co Ltd to Henry
. N' Almy . .- Rcl
Entered For Record Jan. 28, 1910.
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.Von Hu'mm-Young Co Ltd' to' J
M Harriib ...,i Itel
llrure McV Mackall to von
Hamm-Young Co Ltd CM
A Ii Qlnlsyer' to von Hamm-
Young Co Ltd . . .C Mj
SOME' ARRIVALS BY
' THE KLAMEDA
Of tho sovcnty-elght cabin passon
Bern who arrived at Honolulu last
evening by tho Oceanic steamer Ala
meda, .there were 'a large number ol
kaiiiaaliias. Included In the list of
urrivnls' wero ,0. Vf. Klrkaldy, ento
mologist at tho oxpcrlment station at
Honolulu, returned from a visit to the
Coast: P. P.'l'ientlBB, president of the
Cloveland Twist Drill Company of
Cloveland; P. W. Carey, auditor and
cssessor of Sacramento county, nnd
Uhauncoy Dewey or lopoliu, Kim.
ELK8 CApNIVAL DANCE HALL.
A pronilneiu feature of tho ICIks'
Carnival will bu the Danco Hall, which
will beonuof tho largest structures on
the grounds. Tho floor space will 'be
30 by 50 feet, one of the bust Hawaiian
orchestras In Honolulu will furnish
tho music rind tho devotees of Tei-,-slchoro
can woo their goddess for tho
Infinitesimal sum .of, ten cent per
couple for each dunce. There will ha
three entrances to the hall and .these
will bo taken caru of by tho meinbers
of tho Dance Hull Committee, Messrs.
C. D. Wright, Oco. Martin and Hay
Jones, who have assured Jack Doylo,
who Is at the heaii of the Jllks Police
Squad, that everything will be con-,
ducted In a perfectly decorous man
ner. Disorderly conduct will be
looked upon with bconi and a stern
rebuke given to anyone, who dunces
wth the humo Kill more than six
There will bo feats placed outsldo
for the weary, and the troubled limy
listen to the merry sounds of the spiel
ers at tho adjoining booths, '
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UR SPRING STOCK of FURNISHINGS for men
is now complete and comprises all the new and
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mtesi novelties in me marKet. iLacn arncie is neat
and attractive, and as you know, our prices are right.
MENIS SHIRTS MEN'S PAJAMAS
New Spring Shirts in all neat pat- .Men's Pajamas made in all mate
terns, and plain white, soft and rials and cut very full. They are
pleated bosoms; coat style; cuffs at- trimmed with silk frogs and laio
tached. pearl buttons.
$1.25 and $1.50 $1.50 a Suit and Up
MEN'S UNDERWEAR ' MEN'S HOSIERY
Men's white lisle Underwear. Men's Hose in all the new Sprint;
made with short sleeves. This car- shades, including the famous Wun-
ment is the .best value we ever had dcrhose. This hese is put Up in boxes
in this line. of four pairs, and each box is truar-.,
75c. a Garment anteed to wear three months with-
out darning the hcel.-sole or toe.
, MEN'S HATS - i the Box
New .shapes, in Felt and Straw, all - -
shades and, combination .trinunin?. MEN'S BELTS
We have a special in a new soft Men's Belts, black and tan. with
straw one that you can wear in any initials. Tubular belts in seal, wal
shape, for rus, calfskin, and -rey and tan suedc.
$2.50 From 50c. Uu
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You can save many dollars by
coming to this sale. Here, are some of
the 'bargains items taken at random
from hundreds of others :
FresK jCoye Oysters,
Durkee's Salad Dressing,
Crescent Sardines, - -Clam
Buillon, - - - -Fruit
Flayors, - - - -Catsup,'
- - -Mr
J. B.Coffee, -
Tomatoes, - - - - r
Duret Olive Oil, - - -Assorted
Fruits, - r. -
25c 3 for 50c
40c 3 for $1
25c 2 for 25c
Lewis & Cqs Store
Sale being conducted by
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0, BEROJN, Proprietor.
The French Laundry
3. ABADIE, Proprietor ,(,'. i , 258 BERETANIA STREE? '
; , Agent for "" H" "f. . '.u
JlMh.i F. THOMAS DYEINQ WORKS, SAH FRANCISQO QJJDJJ
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