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EVKNINd IIIII.I.ItTIN, IIONOMJt.U, T, II., WllDNIISDAY, Hill. 2, 1610.
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. ' For
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday'
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LINEN COUCH COVERS Ccol and washable; made
of striped linen, finished with knotted fringe; 3 yards long.
FEATHERSTITCH BRAID3 In aU colors; 12-yard
pieces; 15c. braid3, 8 1.3cm piece.
BORDEAUX LIKEN In white only; 20c. quality,
12 l-2c. a yard.
VOILE SUITINGS Ton, Grey and Navy; double width;
'90e. quality, 85c. a yard. ' .
. COVERT CLOTH ror Skirts and Suits; Grey, Tan,
tyack and Navy: special, 121-2c. a yard.
31ED TABLE DAMASK COc. quality, 45o. a yard.
LADIES' WHITE HOSE Lace ankle and all lace; sites,
81-2. 0, 0 1-2; 35c. Hoxe. 20c. a pair.
, TILLOW TUBING By the yard; extra good cotton;
25c. a yard.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Station.
Great Closing- Out Sale
of Our Entire Stock
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I We require space for new lines purchased
by Mr. turns in NewYorK. we are
advised the new stock will be here
shortly. We will offer all our
Laces and Embroideries
at Big Reductions
We are going to replace every number
with an entire new line.
Profits Not Considered at This Sale
The Bargains now on offer
Tuesday, Feb. 1st
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We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
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,411.1 V ..
(Ct,H $ S?04 ht Bt moderate prices.
, I" i our crcuu guuu,
'l " J. HOPP & CO.
SEINE IS FALLING;
. -PAIU8, rob. 1. The swollen waters of the Belne lmvo fallen four
feet, exposing' In ninny of tlio city Htrrota the damage done to build
liifin. ftwera and pavements by tho torrent (lupine the past week.
The work of taring for tlio refugees hag nnsnmcJ tremendous iro
norlluns, taxing tho energies of the army officials In clmigc. Yester
day an army of a quarter of a million people, from thu flooded ills
trlctH of tho city and from tho neighboring country, fed from tho ro
lief stores, and It is probable that 'many dajs will elapso before the
bread lino grows Bhortcr.
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AVIATOR BADLY INJURED.
CAIRO, Kgpt, l-'eb. 1. Mortimer BInger, Jtlio American ovlator,
who has been giving exhibitions heie, was seriously and perhaps fatally
Injute'd today as the result t tne falling 'of his machine. The aviator
was maUIng an as'-enl when his motor failed and a wing support
brol.c, with the tcuilt that machine and man fclj. Singer struck tho
ground heavily, and when examined It was seen that both his arms
and both his legs had been broken. Internal Injuries nro also feared.
MORE MINERS KILLED.
URAKKSHORO, Kentucky, Tel). 1. Thlrty-flvo miners aro dead of
a result of a gas explosion today In the llrowdcr mine.
MINISTER CALHOUN COMES lit MARCH.
WAS1IINOTON, D, C.K KoU. 1. William J. Calhoun, appointed by
President Taft as Minister to China, to succeed Charles It. Crane,
whose diplomatic career ended before. It had begun, U to leao for the
Orient and ills post of duty early next month. lie Is booked tjt.gall
from Sau Tranclsca on tho S. S. Mongolia, sailing from San I'ranclsco
on March S.
CHERRY MINEUS OPENED. , ,
CIIURRY, Ill.f I'eb. 1. Tho Cherry mlno which (59k flro after an
oxnlcnlon on November 13, and which had been sealed lip w,lth tho dead
bodies of a hundred and sixty miners entombed', was reppened today,
nnd the work of recovering tho bodies for Interment has1 commenced.
TRUST UP FOR INVESTIGATION. 8
WASIIINOTON, D. C. Feb. 1. Tlio high .cost of HUng nnd tho
exres3lvo prices charged the consumers for meats are to be madu tho
subjects of congressional I Investigations, If reiolutfohs Introduced into
tho House today aro carried. '
SHRINKING SECURITIES .CAUSE FAILURE. '
NBW YORK, Teb. 1. Flsk L Robinson, pronllnont brokers, hnvc
gone into bankruptcy, uljh liabilities of over it million dollars, a re
ceiver being appointed to take charge, of the firm's business Specula
tion in the stocks and bonds of the Buffalo and' Susquehanna Rail
road, and tho rccont shrinkage In the o'.uo of iWo socurltlcs, Is re
sponsible for tho failure. y
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NEW SPANISH AMBASSADOR. ' ,
MADRID, Spain, Feb.. 1. The transfer of SehoyDon do Vlllalobar,
Minister to l.Ubon, to be Ambassador to Washington, has been gazet
ted. Ho will replace Senor Don Ramon Plna, who has been stationed
I11 Washington for some time and w ho has been recalled.
HABEAS CORPUS WRIT
Chief McDiiflle Is still working hard
on tho Kocster Jewelry caso and has
Inten lowed a number of , JloUxilo's
relatives about tho matter'. Tho man
who Is alleged by "Monkey" a con
l;t to hao found the $3000 worth
of Jewels, is still held at tho police
station. It Is said that his attorney,
E. C. Peters, will apply for a writ of
habeas corpus to linvo DcthcHio re
leased. ELABORATE PLANS
FOR FLEET WEEK
(Continued from Paw 11
Kuuanu Valley line, King and
Tort streets, 11:C7.
King Btreet Vvest, connecting with
I.lllha Btreet, I) I shop and King
King street east, Bishop and King
Emma strcot. Hotel and Alakca,
Walalae, Hotel and Bishop streets,
The decoration and entertain
ment committee Is under tho chair
manship of C. C. von Hamm. Under
him will serve Charles Crane, O. I.
Bush, Emit A. Bern.lt, Ed Towso.
All the details In connection with
tho bal for this ovening have' now
been completed, and no stone tins
been left unturned to make this one
of the best baUs ever held In Ho
nolulu. Arrangements for tho Merchants'
Association ball to the petty officers
and 111011 of tho Pacific fleet, at tho
Moana and Seaside ho'tels, on Sat
urday night, have also been com
pleted. Admiral Scbreo has kindly
consented to assist tho decoration
rommlttce and has promised to send
down a squad of men to help dec
orate the ballrooms of theso hotels.
Bunting will bo Bent from tho vari
ous vessels under his command, and
with tho varl-colored electric lights
which are nfrw bolng Installed, the
decorative effects will bo wonderful.
A number of society ladles havo
kindly consented to act as, patron
esses and esoort all the belles of
Honolulu to theso hotels on Satur
day ovonlng, so that .tho Bailors may
havo tlio tlmo of their lives.
Special board-walks are beng laid
down to connect the Moaua and Sea
side hotels. No Invitations will be
issued for this Saturday night ball.
ONLY rich people
can afford to use
Fortius reason: Poor
soap contains an excess
of alkali which, weakens
the fabric and shortens
the life of everything it
Rich peoplo can stand
that .sort of thing. .
Peoplo who are not
rich should use Ivory
Soap for everything but
the coarsest, commonest
things that need to bo
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
185 Kinc St.
-, Is the Wood Pile Getting Low?
,' ' YOU'LL .FIND THE BEST PLACE TO BUY WOOD IS
?;. HonolulnXonstructlon & Draying Co'., Ltd. .'
, ' v $ mu, "jFpiiStlfl tafev. Merah'ant.1 "' Pfcpne 281. , ' -
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
' r Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
, P. E. R. STRAUOH
JWftRy Building. ,74 S. King St.
The names o( tho patronesses are as
Mcsdames JWaltor F. Frcar, Cor
wln P. llees, S. W, Dunning, C. W.
Caso Deerlng, George Davles, l. Ten
ney Peck, E. A. Mott-Smlth, Arthur
Wilder, S. O. Wilder, C. C. von
Hamm, Ocoigo Pcnvy, , Francis
Bwanzy, L'dward Tennoy, Bralnerd
Smith, Ralpl) Furstcr, A. Q. I la wen
Jr., B. F. Dllllngllam, Robert At
kinson, F. Klamp, C. Cheatham,
Alexander Young, Archie Young,
Alexander" Isenbeig, C. B. High, Al
lan Herbert, Fred Wnldron, M.
Rrasch, Fred BushE. A. Borndt, C.
du Rol, O. Swnlu," Goorfio King,
Aiartx, itarry i.ewis, Jiimes uouguer
ty, J. R. Hoi nberger, "J. M: Rlggs,
T. J. C. Hagens, John McClcllan, A.
Lindsay, A. W. T. "'ilottomloy, Sam
Damon, James Judd, W, It. Castle,
S. M. llnlluu, C. Hedemann, C. B.
Cooper, Charles Crane, Ed. ToWeo,
Arthur Borg, A. P. Taylor, Fred
Macfarlnno, Jack Dowsett, H. von
Holt, Mary Ounn, Ueorgo Herbert,
S. 11. Dole, J. S. cOrew, S. H. Wad
hams, George W, Smith, 0 . Wood,
C. a. Bttllcnl)iie, n. M. Watson, I'.
A. Schaofer, Mary VUderfleld, M,
Phillips, Ubcn Low," A. Wilson, Er
nest Watcrhouse, H. Turner, Faxon
Bishop, J. A. McCandlcss, W. W.
Hall, deorgo Rodlek, W. B. Orocn,.
C. Atherton, A. Wall, R. Lewis, C.
F. Eckardt, A. lller, Gartloy,
Hohdy, Miss Kannlo B, Winston.
"My uncle," Bald the other liar,
dreamily, "used to blow some that
would ling tho door bell." Puck.
CASTOR I A
For Infants ind Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Hoars the STf? SlSrfZZZ'?'
Slg.iature of tiekX ZeucJUiC
The WUNDERHOSE warrant is
very specific. There is no mistak
ing its meaning. In each box of
WUNDERHOSE is a card with the,
manufacturer's pledge of good faith
to the buyer of WUNDERHOSE-a
card which says: "WUNDERHOSE
Warranted to wear, to hold their
color, not to rot, not to burn the
feet, not to wear out in the heel,
sole, or toe for three months. Made
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 :
TEAS : ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular1 $1 ; now:
, GUN-POWDER Regular 65c; now .". ?..50
CEYLON Regular 75c; now 55
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35c. bottles; now 25
Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 for 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c, now. ..'. 3 for ,25
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS Regular 40c; now. . . ., 30
APOLLINARIS WATER Regular 15c. ; now 11
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.50; now $3.25
CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c. ; now 25
, FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c. ; now. . AS for 50
Also, Tremendous Bargains in
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases,
Agate Ware, Refrigerators,
,0nly a few of these items left. Prices have been
Lewis & (Jo.'s Store
Sale being conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach,"
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS.'' AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
. - 258.BERETANIA STREET
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F. THOMAS 'DYEING' WDRKS, SAN FRANCISCO
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