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KVttNINO MJI.UiTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, JAN. 31, 1010.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
,, T.1SEN COUCH COVERS-Ccol am vaalnble; mails
,, cf srfridd linen, finis!icdvith knotted rijiinej 3 jniJi loniri
") ,'!' FEATHERSTITCH 5RAID3 In a'l colors; 12-yarJ
. pistes; 13c. braids. 8 1.3c, a p.ece
', A BORDEAUX LINEN In unite- enly; 20b. quality,
, . 121-2c. n'ynr.l.
VOILE SUITINGS- -Tm, Gr;7 ard Ifavy; doable width;
00c. (i tality, C5c. a yard.
COVERT CLOTHlor Skirts end Sails; Grey, Tan,
Black and Ifavy; sptoial, 12 l-2c. a artir
RED TABLE DAMASK 00c. aualily, 45c. a yard.
SADIES' VHjrE HOSE Lace ankle nnd'nll lace; sizes,
8 1-2. O. 0 1-2: aSc. Hcsc. 20c. a pair.
HLLOW TUBING By the ard; extra Rood cotton;
23s. a jcid.
ACIfS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berclania Streets Opposite Fire Station
r. Entire, Stock
JS u tl m vk t
PARIS MENDING; .
WORST IS' PASSED
I'AUIS, Jan. .10. Although llio most linmlnotit peril of the past
few dajB of lioiror Ih thought to lio past, tlio lomlltluns pievalllug
tbrous!"ut thu Kiiliniotgcil illBtrlitj continue most grave, nml tlio of
Ilrl lis III Uinrgu of tlio tioops unit stllnrs engaged In tlio idlef work nro
iilll! IichIikvI by tliotiMtmla of npplicnnts, pi a) Ins for help In rescuing
and holing lost lul.illvps.
ditty iclk'f slnllons have hcon ohtnh'lshcd In tlio ells, nml tlio work
of ii'llovliu tlio sufferings of tlioJo who wele rendcird liunulixs ly the
fi-Cil Ih now well unilci wny.
I'leps are bring liullt to support thu walls of lilatoiic buildings ren
dered utifafe liy the waters. Stiocttt onco the scone of busy mercantile
iittlvlllrs nro ctiukfd with mud. IIoumv nro In' rulipi, trees are uproot
il, nn.l out nil the e Is spic.id a pill of silence which makes the grue
fcomelrra It lb'- n one mop' Inteiike. i "
Tlio lullef find has now reached a qunrler of a million dollars, and
mnio money Is pouring In. IK.'1 !'
CALIFORNIA GOVERNOR WILL RETIRE. -
HACUAMUMO, .Inn. 30. Governor Jiimca N. (lllletto jeslerday
hlnlid porltli'l that ho will not bu a cnndldnty to smieed himself ns
ililef esccutlvo of the Stale, nor will he bo a candidate In succeed George
V. I'erklns as United States Senator, (llllott is ilcterinltied to retire Into
ptlvuto life and devote his time to the practise of law,
MINERS HAY STRIKE.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 30. The leadors or tho inlncra' unions, ns
KPiuliltd hero for a confcicnce, which begins Its sessions tomorrow morn
liiK, stated tonight tint n general strike of tho underground men Is
piobibtc unless tho operators will giant an Increase of wnges. Tho dc
mniid for miiie pa Is to bo based on tho Increased cost of living.
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110 CHINESE PARLIAMENT.
1'hKING, Jan. 30. An Imperial edict was Issued today by tlio lie
gort. ilnnjlng tho riquest of petitioners that an Imperial parliament bo
called together this spring. The edict Is to tho effect that such u step
in the part of tho gnvcruiuvut can not bo contemplated for thu
ZELAYA FOR BELGIUM.
ClI'V OP MHXIUO, Jan. 30. Zolaja, tho exiled President of Nicar
agua, has given up any hope he may lmo had of returning to his own
(ottntr) and has decided to sail for Mil rope on Krlday. lie will mako
Ills homo in Ilelglum, where much of his wealth Is bunked.
W R $ fit SI, f 2 i T ff S l1 r1
We require space for new lines purchased
by Mr. Curtis in New York. . We are
advised the new stock will be here
shortly. Wc will offer all our '
Laces aod Embroidcrjes
a! Big Re
We are going to replace every ifumber
with an entire new line.
Profsls Not Considered at This Sale
The Bargains will be on offer
Tuesday, Pel). 1st
I lldll- O .
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 15.
' Tiio Ltibject of idiot for men and
womonwh 51 ow old In thg govern
, nion(t tfprvico w.ih taken up ;oday at
n 'Joint bosalim of thn Stiuilo iiud
IIoiiho tommllteo on cf 11 8orlio, at
which 1'iesldont O'Dunbgluin and 15
nicnibeis of Iho United StalCB clll
wnlw loliremont uttoclalluu wcro
i;hcn a lioiiiliiK
All tho icpienoutathos of tho 01
tiKlatlou dotliri'd they toulil Bland
no loiluctioii of snhilcs to further a
plan for nnnultles. Thoy nppcnlel
In CongiOM for tho lottiomout ot
old ngo 01 dlRiblllty and for com
puusatlnn to famllloi in case of
death wlillo In lino of duty.
i:Ibmii of tho nrboclatlon'a toin
inUleo faoird pnuslnnn, thico fa-
Mlll'll llUllll0SlllllUgtl (ISSUSbllKlltH
on their snlatlcs, proUdlng their sal
ailcs woio Increased to nu-ot tho c
poiibc, and ono hud no piefuicncc.
1S5 editorial rooms 25G bu
nets office,. Those are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
COMMITTEE APPROVES ARMY BILL.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 30. Tho Senate Committee on Military
Affairs jeaterday completed Its work on tho army appropriation ,.
Tho hill, as pissed l) tho House and approved by the Senato louinilttic,
riles upiroirlnttons totnllng $r, 000,000.
NEW YORK FOR BIG IMPROVEMENTS
Ni:V YOItlv, Jin. J0 l'lans tor twontj-slx miles of new miliwnjs
Inn 11 bien prepared and 1110 now befoio the bnird of esllmnti's for up
pioxal and ndoptlon. Tho new work Is estimated tb'iost tho miiiiklpil
lt)' two liundnil and forty million dollars.
1 Ol.KDO, Jan. 30. Two to sixteen jeais were tlio scalenus huml
ed out jeaterday to the fouiteen so-tailed "blatk hand" toiiapliatois
convktcd of being (ounected with the recent outrages.
FRENCH CRUISER ASHORE.
T.yNOimt. Jan. JO. The 1'ront.h cruiser Clinteau-Itcnault rnn
aground on tho Moroccan coaBt todaj, near Arzllla. It Is feared that
the esscl will be a total loss. t " ," ,
NATIONAL GRECIAN ASSEMBLY. '
ATIIKNS, Jan. JO. King Ucorgo has conbented to tho comocatlon
of a national assembly.
S1800 Larp-e House nml Lot. nlin.it
70x75, on Webb Lane, near'
KinK and Liliha Streets.'
$G00 Four-iooin House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Buildine; Lots,
Kalakana Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Walty Building. 74 S. Kinj: St.
Tho 'Kllohana Art I.cnguo Iooiiih
wcio literally ciummed An Ssturday
evening when Prof. Valentin Uuelina,
y.iu his Illustrated lecture on nnetho's
Iuust. This was the opening event of
a series of lectures and muslcales to
lo given under tho auspices of this
'Coetlio -r tho last, and therefore
tho most modern, of tho great writ
cis," so sJnted Prof. Uiichncr In his
opining reniaiks. Johann "Wolfgang
Goethe was boin In I'rankfort on Aug
ust 28, 1749. In Iho autumn or 17CS
ha was admitted as a student to I,dp
tic University. Ho first saw a crude
pioductlon of "Knust" plnjed In a
puppU sliott. In 1790 Goethe began
Ids real bird work on tho production
of his gient mnstcrplcco, mitt dovoted
his wliolo tlmo Mid talents to this
wonderful composition until within n
few months of his death, which oc
elli red on March 22, 1832
Prof, lluehucr explained and touched
upon Iho input beautiful and forceful
passages of this work. "Let Mophls
lophiles, that peculiar son of chaos,
try his wofst, and nl tho last discover
how earnest driver's waB nro Justi
fied by God. Faust may wander, err,
fall, and grlovously offend, but for
him who o,vcr strives upward, through
all his enois, thcro Is redemption In
Tho nudlenco was at times con
uilM'd with laughter, especially when
I'aust seemed reluctant to- let tho
ilovll go, as It Is not -very often that
man can possess a dovll; ot other
times their Hjnip-vtby was amused
when Grotchcu was in iirlson and
condemned to death. Through tho
wholo play Moplilstophelcs! seen
trjlng to tempt raust In a manner
that Is almost unbearable, and ul
though l'aubt alls, jet ho rises and
In tho end Is victor over this Prlncu
'Ooetho's famous poem attempts lo
show that man's longing after knowl
edgo may lead him Into many errors
nnd fallings, but capnot destroy his
bellor nature. Goctho's raust was
arranged for tho stago by W. O. Wills
In 1685, Among tho various English
tiuuslatlmiB that by Uajnrd Talor
Is' ono of tho most Important. Tho
well known opoin of raust by Gounod,
was flnt pioduced In 1859."
Tho Kllnliana Art I.eaguo Is to bo
congatiilatcd upon lis excellent pun
gram which Ins been arranged for
tho next fow months; and It Is to bo
(ongiatulitcd for having presented In
It Iho oxeollent Intcipretntlon which
rmf illiulinoi gave of this dlluuilt
PLANS NOW READY
iFOR NEW BUILDINGS
II. I,. Korr hus Just completed
plans for tho new olflco and ware
house for Cntton, KollI & Co , Mil ,
on tho corner of South nnd Second
streets, Honolulu. This building
will ho CO feet by 80 feet nnd will
be two stories In height.
Tho first floor wilt comprise a gen
eral ofllce, private office, superintend
ent's office, n small store-room, main
store-room nnd Iron-rack-room. The
dimensions ot tho prlvute office will
bo 20 feet by 20 feet; the mala OT-
11 co will be 20 foot by 36 feet; tho
superintendent's ollke, 14 feet by 20
feet; the small Btoro-room, 14 fcot
by 28 feel; tho main office, 32 feot
by 4 Ofent; and the Iron-rnck-room,
20 feet b 10 feet.
Tho second lloor will contain a
drnughtlng-room 40 fcot by 40 feot.
In (.onneitlan with this will bo a
printing-room, a dark-room, and n
bluo-prlnt-ioom. There will bo n
store-room 40 feet by 40 feet, and
tho usual offices will bo on either
floor, Theic will bo two stalrwas,
ono leading to the drnughtlng-rooni
and tho other to tho second story, A
power elevator will bo installed, and
the wholo building will bo elcctrlcul-
ly lighted throughout.
Tho interior of nil rooms will be
finished In Northwest lumber; also
nil tounters. All woodwork will bo
finished In the natural. There will
be a 6-foot corridor on the first floor,
passing right through the building.
All offices and tho stairway will open
off this. The work on this building
wlU'Btart Immediately. Tho con
tract hns been awarded to tho Con
crote Construction Company. Tho
building will bo a studded wooden
structuro covered with galvanized
corrugated Iron. Tho ventilators aro
plated so as to afford n draught of
air to all 'parts of tho building.
'Plans have also been completed by
II. L. Kerr and bids will bo tuken
up fan tho following works; Tho Kit
umultnplll church, to bo built on H,
King street, near the old reform
slIiooI; plans for n now bungalow
for Sam Dol"reest, on College Hills,
hnvo nlso been completed; and tho
plins for tho now church at Kanaott
will bo completed this wreck.
Plans nio now being niado b II.
I,. Korr for tlio enlargement of tlio
Associated Gnrnge, on Meichnnt
Btieet. This will more thnn doub'e
the present cnpailty foi storage and
salo ot show cais.
185 editorial rooms 25fl bull
ntit office. Then ire the telephone
numbers of the DuMitlr, office.
QUR SPRING SI03K 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 3J0U know, our prices are right.
5 c yENJ,S.SH'RX?. MEN'S PAJAMAS
New Sprint? 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 frocs and large
tached. pml buttons. .
$1.2j and $1.60 $1.60 a Suit and Up
1 MEN'S UNDERWEAR . MEN'S HOSIERY
Mens white lisle Underwear. Men's Hose in mi the ne Sprine
trade with short sleeves. This ear- shades, including the famous Wun-
fit- ! we evcr had derhese This hose is put up in boxes
in this line. 0f four pair,) an(j j,ox j, mM.
" 7Sc. a Garment anteed to wear three months with-
, MEN'S HATS 0ut darnin(f l.tfi le or toe'
New shapes in Felt and Straw, all l lM Sox
shades and combination trimming. 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 pis. calfskin, and rey and ten suede.
JM? From 60c. Up
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The Wonderful Bargains
Will Soon Be Gone
Why pay more for groceries when you can
get the very choicest goods in the market at less
than wholesale cost. Compare these prices with
what you usually pay :
ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular $1; now 75i
GUN-POWDER ReRTilar 65c.; now 50
CEYLON Regular 75c.; now .' 55
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35c. bottles; now S5
' Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now 3 for 25S
FRANCO-AMERICAN f0UPS-Regular 40c.; now' 30
APOLLINARIS WATER Regular 15c; now lie
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.60; now $3.25
CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c; no-v 25
FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c; now.... 3 for 50
Also, Tremendous Bargains in .
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases, .
Agate Ware, Refrigerators,
Only a few of tfiese items left. Prices have been
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being conducted by
THEO.. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, tlQUORS. AND CIOARS.
w. u, JJEHGIN. Proprietor.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
. Agent for
258 BERETANIA STREET
T. THOMAS DYEING. WORKS, BAN FRANCISCO
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