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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 04, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING UULUCTIN, HONOLULU, T. il., KI11DAV, KEIJ. 4, 1910.
LOOK OUT FOR
' Sale Begins on
Monday, Feb. 7th
Watch Our Ad
SACHS' DRY, GOODS CO.
Oornev Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Our display of Spring Shoes is
now quite.complete a distinguish
ed showing from the standpoint
of style' and quality and includ
ing numerous exclusive types
that will meet with the favor of
MEN'S OXFORDS, made In bright patent coltsltln; vlcl
hid, gunmctal and tan Russia cnlf; medium weight soles;
"""all this season's newest and most wanted too shapes!
' The Pair $4.00
MEN'S DRESS SHOES Best grade patent colt, custom
made; medium swing last; dull kid tops; Dlucher cut, mil
itary heels; suitable (or young men's wear.
The Pair $5.00
"EDUCATOR" SHOES FOR MEN Made on the natural
"Foot Form" shapes; plenty of toe-room; fit snug at heel
and Instep; especially adapted (or tender (oet; all leathers.
The Pair $4.00
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 Fort Street
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands.
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good.
J. HOPP & CO.
189 Kinc St.
.) Why is our wood and coal business developing so rapidly?
Simply because we give full measure, the best quality and the, lowest
'pj-ices. Once a trial order, you will become a steady customer. ,
I Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd. -
Fort St., below Merchant.
1028 Nuuanu St.
$1 a Year
DENVEIt, Feb. 3. Paulhan, th
row escape (mm death today, who
course of n flight. The aviator wn
smashed to bits.
The tcsls today were wltnesso
shooting along near the ground cr
went up, for from the grandstand I
not escape death.
When 1'nulhan extricated hlms
was Keen that he hnd escaped witho
e daring. French aviator, had a nar
n he crashed Into a fenco In the
s uninjured, hut his biplane was
d by a largo crowd. As the biplane
ashed Into the fence, a cry of horror
t looked os though, the aviator could
cir from tho wreck of his airship it
ut a scratch.
NEW GOVERNMENT FOR CANAL ZONE.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 3. Senator Frank P. Flint of Califor
nia, the chairman ot the Intcroccantc Canals Committee, today an
nounced that his committee had decided to report favorably on tho bill
to provide a new form of government for the Canat Zono of Panama.
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The troops of this post were paid be greatly surprised at the way In
FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS
for the month of January by Major
II. I)-. Itay yesterday afteVnoon. The
payment was made in tho dining hall
of Company 0, 2nd Uattallon of En
gineers. To Detachments.
Private Charles K. Michaels of
Company 0 left today (or the siir-1
vcy camp at Alen to make arrange
ments relative to the shipments of
supplies to that camp. Ho will re
turn to this post upon completion of
his duty there. Corporal William
Torrlcn and Private Homer Knecht
arrived ut this post yesterday from
the detachment nt Lellehua. Cor
poral Tcrrlen will return to his
camp within tho next (ew days,
while Prjvato Knecht will remain
at this post some time. Corpora!"
Fred C. Weyler and McDougal, (rom
tho Buhcamps In tho mountains, re
turned to this post yesterday to ob
tain further supplies and records (or
the- survey work. They will both
return to their camps the last of thn
Private Fred Rassatt of Company
O has been relieved from special
duty as watchman and placed on
special duty as arrlatant to the post
baker. Private Charles Kelsoy of
tho same company Is detailed on spe
cial duty as watchman, relieving
Prlvnto Uassatt. Private Clemmons
has been detailed on temporary duty
in the quartermaster's department.
The last of the supplies received
(rom the States have been brought
to this post and are being stored
hero and also made ready to forward
to the. survey detachments. The
most ot these supplies (or the sur
voy camps will go (orward this week
by wagon and pack trains, and tho
balance will be sent by rail. With
the supplies will go forward much
clothing for Issue to the men nnd
repair parts to the transportation
now In those camps.
Changes. . .
A number of changes in the camp
hore nre to be made within u short
time. Some of tho houses occupied
by the non-commissioned officers are
to be moved and additions to others
nro now In progress. It is the aim
to mak tho post as beautiful as
possible and to Improve tho sanitary
conditions whero necessary.
Private Clay Smith of Company O
will leave (or the States on the
transport Logan for a courso ot In
struction In tho bakers and cooking
school at San Francisco.
Orders from the i Department of
California have been received which
designate that Company O,' 2nd Bat
talion, of Engineers, will have tar
get practlso at Fort Shatter (rom
July 1 to September 1, this year.
The members of that company are
all glad to hear ot this order, as
their last target practise was hen.
in Cuba two years ago and all are
wishing (or another try at tho tar
gets. The detail J (or the squads
for this practise have not been com
pleted, but will bo given out within
a Bhort time.
Contracts. ' '
Tho contracts (or the local sup
plies (or this post are being pre
pared by the quartermaster (or the
next twelve months, and many new
services or tho post are to bo had.
A large amount of material (or use
in tho repairing (or tho quarters of,
tho officers and non-commlssloned
officers Is to be usked (or, as well as
additional telephones and electric
Anyone not having visited this
post within tho last (ow days would
which the duck ponds are being fill
ed In with coral. Tho large dredge
Is working night and day on this
work and is rapidly filling theso in.
The ponds are now completely sur
rounded with sacks of sand, nnd the
water which Is pumped In with tho
coral Is returning to the sea. The
(oundatlon formed by tho coral Ib
the very best nnd will make ono ol
thq finest parade grounds on tho island.
word nas been received nt i.iis
post, by the quartermaster depart
ment, that now wngons nro being
sent (rom the States (or use o( the
survey detachments (rom this post.
As the transportation now at this
post Is all in use, the addition of
these new wagons will 'greatly aid
In tho moving of supplies to the
detachment camps. New animals.
to replaco thoso condemned, nro to
bo received and will bo used on this
THE EMPIRE. N
It 13 said,, and with a good deal o!
truth. thatutbero Is not an old castle
In all Europo tliat has not a skeleton
In tho closet. Tho rule applies to the
now castles to an extent that It Is
said the American girls who marrj
"looks" nro having their chateaut
built without closets, using a nail stilp
and skirt hangers Instead. A picture
that brings from tho recesses tho pro
verblal skeletons is to bo shown nt
tho Empire tonight. , Another deals
with tho Incidents connected with the
robbing of a my car and a third tells
of tho Joy a man (eels, when his wife
goes to tho country. 'Tho Uttto Darl
ing" Is another comedy picture that Is
a veritable smllo-crcator.
Tonight at tho Park Theater "Tho
Galley Slavo," a dramatization (rom
Victor Hugo's "Los Mlscrables," wll'
bo shown In motion pictures tonight
(or tho first time. It Is said to bd an
Interesting subject nnd very lino In
Its presentation. Tho audiences at tho
Park havo been unusilally largo thh
weok, and great satisfaction has been
expressed at tho pictures and vaudo
vlllo stunts by May Wallace a"nd the
Melnotte Sisters, Tonight thoro will
bo a number ot new subjects, among
thorn soma excellent comedies. The
Park is worth whllo at all times.
$1800 large House and Lot, about
76x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and, Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
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. STHAUOH
Waity Building. 74 S. King, St. C!n?o will procood to Saljtm Cruz,
' 14 SHIPWRECKED MEN
(Continued (rom Pago 1.)
and with brickbats taken (rom tho
wreckngo of the brlgautlne. Han
son, the cook, killed sixty rata one
morning. Hours were spent in un
successful search (or (resh wator on
tho mainland, but only a small quan
tlty of brackish water was found.
On the morning of Jnnunry 7,
when the smoko of a .steamer was
seen far to the southward, Captain
Koch and four men rowed out In
ono ot tho small boats swept ashoro
from the lllakeley, and- fortunately
Intercepted the Amorlcan-Hnwailnn
steamship Columbian, bound (rom
Ballna Cruz (or San Francisco. Cap
tain Colcord, after hearing their
story, agreed to bring all hands to
San Francisco, nnd the Columbian
waited off shore, while the boat re
turned for the nine men remaining
on the Island. The crew arrived
at San Francisco In good condition,
having been given comfortable quar
ters on tho Columbian.
The romalnder of the freighter's
trip up tho California coast and
down to Honolulu passed without
startling Incident. Tho vessel brings
a Jargo general ',cnrgo from Now
York Un the Isthmus of Tehuanto
pec, nnd nlto took on extended Hues
of merchandise and supplies nt San
Francisco, Scattlo nnd Tacoma. Tho
run down to the Islands was made
In, n llttlo ovor eight da) a.
Tho Columbian has been berthed
nt the Hallway wharf. After dis
charging cargo, tho vessel will take
on sugar nt this port and also nt
Knhulul and perhaps Hllo, which
pit K ypfflgp
The WUNDERHOSE warrant is
very specific. There7 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
in all colors.
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
t what you usually pay :
TEAS : ENGLISH BREAKFAST Regular $1 ; now
QUN-POWDER Regular 85c; now 50(J
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)
FRANC0r-AMERICAN SOUPS Regukrr 40c. ; now 30
APOLLINARIS WATER Regular 15c. ; now lie
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.50; now 93.25 j
1 CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c. ; now 25t
FANCY WALNUTS and ALMONDS Regular 20c; now. . . .3 for 50
Also, Tremendous Bargains in
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases,
Agate Ware, Refrigerators,
, . Kitchen Utensils
Only a few of these items left. Prices have been
further reduced. '
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO, LTD.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQARS.
W. 0, BERQIN, Proprietor.
The French Laundry
258 BERETANIA STREET!
J. ABADEE, Proprietor
F. THOMAS DYEINQ WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO