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EVKN1NQ UULLICTIN, 'HONOLULU, T. II, TUKSDAY, mil. E, 1910.
. Ladies' Wash Suits
s r - .
Etoa, Shirt Waist
'$ 4.25 lie?;. lawn Suits now $1,60 .
5.00 " ronrjcc Suits now. . , 1.00
7.C0 " Linen Suits now 2.50
8 50 " Linen Suits now 2t)0
8.75 " Eaton Suit3 now 1.00
.10 00 " linen Suits now J. .'..5.50
12.50 " White Rep Gaits now- '. 4.00
15.00 " Brown-Linen Suits now 5.00
15.00 " White Linen S aits now 5.00
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
SACHS' DRY. GOODS CO. '
Corner Tort r.nd Berelania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Keep your books in orJ:r, preserve them from cock
roaches, and have a cczy library corner by using Macev
Sectional Eookcascs, 'Oak and nahoany. Low prices.
H. Eackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Eackfcld Building Tort Bnd Queen
NOW BEFORE HOUSE
.WASHINGTON, I). C, Peb. 7. ncrrosentatlie Scott of Kansas 'loihy
Intro luce 1 (i drastic tilll fur the prohibition of liquor,. In tho Hawaiian Is
Inn Is. Ills bill which parallels tho Curtis bill now under dlscussloii In tho
Sciiato, was introduced In the Honso to that discussion could bo cirrlod
nlong Elmilltnneoualy with that In tho Senate. Scotfs bill prohibits tho
manufacture, sab' ntld giving away of liquor In any pait or the Islands ex.
copt for medicinal purposes, and even this latter permission to bo under
tho siiporvlslor of tho (Invcrnor of the Territory.
GVrDEN'G KINO UNDER KNITE.
STOCKHOLM, Pob. 7.Klng Oustaf V. of Sweden was suddenly seized
with, jm attack of appendicitis to lay and was operated on Immediately. No
further iiiitlcularfhato boon Issued from tho palaco concerning his condl
lion but In the absence of any news, It Is believed tho King Is rail) Ins riom
the effects of tho operation. "
Gust"! succc-ded to tho throne In 1907 upon tho death of his father,
Kins Oscar. Tie present ru'er It, nlniont fifty ihm of age.
HCYDUrtN AGAINST CONFEDERATES
WABIUNOION, I). C., Pell. 7. Senator Wcldon B. Hi) burn of Idaho
tc-ivv aliened cOiaoa of tho Civil War In n blttor speech mndo In tho Somto
to lay In o-p'jtlnKthc loaning by tho government of tents for tho big con
foJcrcto uicnnipnient about to ho hold. Ills attitude was severely rebuke 1
when tho poll vug. taken,, for eery .Senator but .himself otcd In favor of
loaning tho touts.
WOULD HAVE TURKEY SELL CRETE.
CONHTANTINOI'LH, Pel). 7. It Is reported hero that the Powers will
propose, that Turkey sell the Island of Creto to Orceco as tho best solution
of the Cretan dirflculty. This pioposlllon Is believed, to bo for tho best In
terest of all nations, as tho Cretans declare that It they continue under
Tutklsh rule they will fight for their freedom.
JOHN L. WARRIEO RICH WOMAN.
BOSTON, Peb. 7. John U. Salllvan, ex champion hcav) vv eight prize
fighter of tho world, was Innrrlod today to Katherlno Hirtnott, u woillhy
v.omnn who vih a ec'ioo'.malu of lohn L. Tho former chanipltn lost nbuit
all th inane) ho made In p.lirengMlngTand In recent rirs hu has had a
hard strusslo to kscp In funds
MEA3LC3 EPIDEMIC ON COAST.
1 03'AXCini.rS Keb. 7: Tj thousand cares of medics nio reported
from thu "clmols of this rlty. Tho outbreak may cnuro nil tho schools to be
BTNrOHD UNIVERSITY, Per. 8. JIany ciscs of measles cro report
ed anions tho Ptiilentr.
'ms mmm i
MAKERS OF PAPCR VIOLATE LAV.
NEW YORK, Peb. 7. Tvoity-slx pacr manufacturers havo pleaded
guilty to having vlo'atod tho Cetera I law again tho formation of trusts.
noslf Hoot trowel
Big Eight Steams Out The Harbor This
. Afternoon On Way To
Tho United States cruleor South
ix-ikuu followcJ by tho Mai) land,
I,ciiu8)lvanli, Co'.oiado, West Virgin
la, Tennessee and Callfornlt. steamed
outside the lnrbur shuitly after 1
o'clock this afternoon pnd Hie,io tho
s-trtng of warrior craft was Jolncl by"
tho Washington, proeoodod eastward,
neal ntaklng up the crnled which will
when complete,'!, total nearly twenty
Tho vos-scls took tip the .oyji'-o to
tho main ind In regulatuii Seet forma
Hon. After tho v -sols had stcimed
topio dlhtapcH fiom tho port tho cruis
er, Tennessee and tho Wnbhlngton
separated fiom the. reiualnlns fclx vos
eo'a and thoy took up u courso which
v. Ill eviiitually bring thcni Into Urem
erton naval station on I'uget Sound.
t Thu doparttno of the cruiser squad
ron was witnessed by a largo nnmb'ir
of people The Territorial band was
rrotuit and added to thb gaiety of tht,
Tho It iveaklng was attonded with
out any teilous mhhap. A fow Btrag
(Continued on Page 2.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 8.
A compromise resolution dealing
with the investigation of the cost of
living was introduced in the Senate
STOCKHOLM. Feb. 8. KingQus
taf is imnrovint: and promises to
make good recovery from the oper
ation for appendicitis.
FREIGHT BOAT FOR
LIGHT THROWN ON
ALLEGED "BLIND PIG"
I'eter D.ivls was warned by Judge
Andrado this morning to l.oep uway
from ''dago red." 1'otor hnd bo
eomo Involved In a row with hl3
luther-ln-luvv, mother-in-law and
wlfo, last Sunday, and tho result
was that I'ctor lound himself In the
tolls of tho law charged with rb
E.uilt and b.Utlry.
It nil happened over soma wins
which vyas pmchmed, nccoidlng to
l'utur'a btory, In a camp at Walpnhu.
Tho dufeuditut mado no lionoi about
telling of a Japauojo hiving wine,
whftkLy, beef and pake for sale at
tho blind pig.
As eoon as, this ovldenco vvns given,
o glance was passed mound among
tho ofllclals of tho lomt, and wlthlu
ii .few minutes au oftlcer was do
tipntclied to Wnlpihu to licstlgnto
tho matter. It U thought that tho
Japanese who owns tho blind pig
may have hud u filond in tho court
room, and hj may ba warned In time
of tho pioposod rild Howovor, up
till I! o'clock nothing was heard In
icgard to tho mnttir, and tho prob
abilities aio that tho placo will he
raided latei in tho day.
A a far an l'otcr's taso wont, ho
was found guilt) of asaault and fined
$2 and costs, ,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
HUSSEY HELD FOR
Knlchl, the Japinec who was hhot
at IwIIoI catly on BunJay rimniiK. It
doing as veil as can bo oxpecte! and
althnurfh County Attorney Mllvcrtou
and Deputy She. 1,1 ltoso went dawn
to tho hospital )citerday to take tho
man's dyliu depositions. It was not
tnou'.lit necessary to do bo as the
patient was Better.
Thu two ciMois who uio itlxnd up
In the shootlnf affair arp ttlll ut tho
pol'.co Btntlon. Ilussoj's cuso will
como up mi soon as Knlchl! condition
will nllo.v of hlni nppuaring In court.
i ia a '
RUNAWAY HORSE '
At 2 o'clock this afternoon a dillv
it-) wagon belonging; to I-ovy & Co.
wai seen careening down I.llllm stroet.
The horso drawing tho wagon had bolt
ed, and tho antnin! was putting In Its
best II (J-;, an it mado for homo.
Porttuptcly tho road was clear and
nftui n while, the hoiso Blo-vrd down
somen hit and n I'ortuguo'o la I rin
(tut, grabbed the lines, and brought
tho liorse'to a stnndvtill No one ins
hurt and tho only damage dono to tho
iwago'i wna tho bieaklng.ot a slng'o
(Continued. from Pago 1.)
part of tho )enr 1905 and her en
gines are cnpablo of developing a
maximum speed of ten knots. Tho
v creel ls'nu oil biiTiicr, and accord
ing to Manager Kennedy sho will
lontlnuo to live this fuel In tho in-tcr-lslnnd
Tho steamer Is of tho steam
kchoousr t)po. When purchased by
the Intcr-Isluud company tho vessel
had accommodation for a number of
111 at and second-class passengers. Tho
vessel has been In the hands of tho
(oust shlp)iirds, and lu tho courso of
alterations being made upon tho ves
sel tho cabins havo bcon removed,
as it Is tho Intention of the new
owners to operate tho vessel In a
strictly ficlght service.
Tho Ciisiada should arrive hero
Lwlthln a fortnight, according to pres
' President Tnft said that the lubel
"Whiskey" on a bottle Bhould be held
to signify that tho fluid In the bottlo
was whlskoy. Washington dii
spntch. The ancient Itcntuckian Colonel,
, With glinting of flro In his e)o
uouecung nib ilirn.uu iiueruui,
Guspcd, "Well, suh, of all the lu-
spilled, after tasting, his rje.
That whiskey?" he gurgled. "A
Would make Marsa Henry turn
Why,1 barkeep, I'd class It as awful.'
The boy said, 'vThat whiskey Unlaw
Tho abcl sa)s bo; so it's so."
Tho man with tho taste alcoholic
Said Badly, "I feci on my lips
flavor of oil vitriolic;
Somo logwood; some acid carbolic;
And somo assafoctlda chips;
Tho tang of the 1yd when It's b'll-
Tho meat of a carrion crow.
Tho tips of my teeth it Is filing."
"it's whiskey," the barkeep bald,
"The. label sa)s so; so It's so."
"Tho nation is doomed," cried tho
"Wo'io standing above an ab)BS.
U Taft," suh, u friend of this llckcr?
Why, plzci) louhMilll us no quicker;
Yes, vvntah's no worse, suh, than
Old Satan gets no such distilling
When stowing tho sinners below."
Tho barkeeper rung up tho shilling,
"It's wliukoy," he said, "though It's
"Tho label sa)s so; so It's so."
Per O. S. S. Alnmeda, for Ban
Pramlsio, Peb. 23. Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. S Manning, Mr. and Mis. C. P.
Huhbaid, Mr. and Mrs, H. M. liar
ion, Miss 11 Kohrman, Mis. Oraw,
Miss Oraw, Mrs. allllc, Miss GUIIc,
Miss Sarah Kowchor, Mrs. S Ilusoy,
Miss M. Dllson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Car
lo!!, Miss L. M. Theronlu, Miss D.
11. Ilnrtoro, Chas. Ashwell, M. Mac
Lay, Miss Moore, Charles T. Strutt,
C. IJ, IMmunds, Mr. nnd Mrs. r. H.
Grace, II. II. pomlor, Wm. Kllray,
43 Columbia I'aik bo)S,
Mrs. Ilubticrton "After nil, ono
half tho llvos " Rubborton -"Nov
or mind, my dear. That's no fault of
) ours." Chicago Dally Nows.
C II Cockott... H
(w) by ufft . .Affdt
Entered Tor Record Feb. 7, 1010.
Troin 10:30 n. m. to 4:30 p. in.
Mnilu h Sea to Homy l Ilald-
win .'. .. ,,-v .,.', , 1)
A II Dopdero it al to JW Cald-
vvell '. , I)
I K Hull to Hmll) ICMolIrton.,Uel W M Million and vf to IlunU of
John T'anliihl to Ana M (Ion- Hawaii Md
.N ,.', i-. . .-ui. "Ju-i.. . j,.'V t
Hauls of Hawaii J,ld to W II Mln
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
Jung and Lilitia Streets.
G00 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer conneotion. Very
$230 Several higli Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St.
Springfield (Mo.) Republican
Tho man who guessed that Presldont
Tnft didn't havo backbone Is entitled
to at. leant ono more guess.
Probably thero Is nothing qulto so
unsatisfactory us tho good judgment
a man might havo used but didn't.
A siilnster may Imagiuo that mar
riages aro urriiiiged In heaven, but a
married woman knows better.
Richmond Dispatch Tho Admin
istration Ipis got a severe pain In
Its Interior Department.
Ncbraskn Stato Journal Do not
despair. Wo have llalllnger with us
Jet, and ho Is somo.
NEW - TO-DAY
At the annual meeting of the
stockholders of tho Pacific Club,
hold on Monday, Pebruary 7, 1910,
tho following oftlcers wero elected
to servo for tho ensuing )ear;
A. S. Cleglxirn President
'J. M. Duwsett VIce.Prcildont
'A. W. T. Ilottomley Treasurer
1(1. C. Potter..., Secretary
n. I. Spalding, C S. Hol'oway, A.
Hartley, (Jeo. Rodlek, Paul Muhlen
ilorf. (1IX) C. POTTHU,
" Honolulu, Pebruary S, 1010,
" Boys', Two Piece Suits
In Blue Serge and Mixed Goods, Bloomer Pants, Fancy Cuffs on Sieves:
from 4 to 10 years. From $5.50 to $7.50.
Boys' Russian Blouse Suits
In Blue, Brown, Red and Grey, fancy embroidery on the sleeves and"
shield, cut full and trimmed with tie and belt; from 3 to 7 years. $5
to $6.50. , ,
Manish Coats for the Little Man, cut long and full, in blue, red and
prey, trimmed with black velvet collars; from 4 to 10 years; $5.50 to
$0 50. :
Boys' Knee Pants
In Mixed Goods; from 4 to 10 years. 50c. to 75c. a pair.
;. ' Boys' Bloomer Pants
In. Blue Serge and Mixed Goods; from 4 to 16 years. 75c, to $1.75.
: Boys' Khaki
Boys' Khaki Knee Panti; all sizes, from 4 to 16 yean. 65c. a pair.
In Madras. Chambray and Ginghamj just the suit for after school; from
, 4 to 8 years. 50c. to $1.50 a suit.
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 Regular $1; now
GUN-POWDER Regular 65o.; now 50tf?
CEYLON Regular 75o.; now 55
EXTRACTS All Flavors: Regular 35o. bottles;' now . . .25
Regular 20c. bottles; now 3 fox 50
DIAMOND CRYSTAL SALT Regular 15c., now. 3 for 35f
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOUPS Regular 40c.; now 30
APOLftNARIS WATER Regular 15c.; now llr
SOAPS (by the case) Regular $3.50; now 93.25
CROSS & BLACKWELL PICKLES Regular 40c.; now 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 these items left. Prices have been
further reduced. ,
Lewis & Cos Store
, Sale being conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
x WA1K1K1 INN-
"The Finesl Bathing on the Beach,"
Meali At All Houn.
WINE'S, LiaUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
The French Laundry
J. ABADIE, Froprieior 258 BERETANIA STREBC
Agent for t
E. THOMAS UYLINU WUKK.H, SAN iHANUISCO ,. ;
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