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BVENlNd MlLLIiTIN, HONOLULU, T. H, Fill PAY. FED. 11, 1910.
BANDS OF ASSASSINS
'.) T !
Sale Now On
$20 ; 1
your opportunity. Only Three
Days More to 13uy
S 4.25 Wash Suits for ...$1.50
8.00 Wash Suits for 1.00
7.50 Wash Goods for 2.50
8.50 Wash Suits" for ; '2.B0
' 10.00 Wash Suits for; 5.50
' 12.00 Wash Suits for 4.90
1G.00 Wash Suits for 5.00
1.25 Nitjht Gowns for 05 ,
1.50 Night Gowns for 75
C.00 HiRht Gowns fcr 1.15
' 2.75 Night Gowns for 1.65
Watch our Ad. for Next Week's Bargains
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Tort and Berotania Streets Opposite Fire Station
SEOUL, Feb. 10. Through tho confession of the Korean who at
tempted to nssasslnnto Yl Wnn-yotiE, It has been discovered Hint an
organized murder lenguo Is In existence nnd Hint the branches of this
league in Honolulu' nnd San Francisco were closely connected with tho
nundcr of Prlnco lto and Counsoloi. Stevens.
Yl Van-)ong, as minister president of stn'to of Korea, signed tho
agreement with Prince- lto which placed tho. administration of tho her
mit kingdom In tho hands of Jnpan.
Y0UHO ROOSEVELT TO MARRY. , , , ,
NL.YV YOIUC. Feb. 10. The engagement was announced today of
Theodore ttoosevelt Jr., mm of the former Piesldctit, to Eleanor Duller
Alexandor, daughter of Judgo Alexander, counselor of mo American em
bassy at Paris and ii prominent New York lawyer.
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SEINE. STILL RISING. ..;,. ,
I'AUlu, reu. io. uauges aiong mo scum .iu i."r "
rlcn seven Inches in the last twenty-four hcura. It Is predicted that
the water will rise still higher.
Keep your boohs in on'cr, preserve thc:n lrora cock
roaches, and have a cozy library corner by usinp; Macey
Sectional Bookcases. Oak and mahoRany. Low prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., Agents
Hackfeld Building- Fort and Queen
rLYNN AND LANGFORD WILL FIGHT.
LOS AM1EI.I.B, Feb. 1U. Jim l'lynn,
and Sam Longford were today matched to
Los Angeles fireman,"
. forty-five rounds, on
SAN FHANCISCO, Fob. 10. Ki-Chlcf of Tollce Cook retired today.
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REBELS ON TOP AGAIN. , , , , , , ,, . , '
MANAGUA, Feb. 10. Tho revolutionists today-captured Matngalpa.
Have you learned our prices for haulinp; freight to and from the
wharves t We will be pleased to quote rates.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co-, Ltd.
Fort St., below Merchant.
BRANCH OFFICE FOR
HAWAII WILL BE EX-
Commlttco to allow others to enter
the field aflcr all the Interest wo have
taken In this matjor for tho past throe
years, wo can borrow money loamy
nnd pay tho Interest on any loan we
mice. As nothing but first-class
brands tfould bo exhibited, tboru
would bo no discrimination, nil cxhlli
lt6rs would huro an equal chance."
Mr. Loyd Clillds presented u nutii
bei1 of statistics pertaining to tho re-
n...,t Cnnlttn Wllrl.Vu Pfl.l ITn rHll.
TENSIVELY ADVERTISED ,,,llcrs tll0 estublltdilng of n branch In
Atlantic City highly Invoraulo to tho
llHfl.ntu nf tlntuult nnl Irt, lilt tltlf IP
Promotion Ccnnlttee Has Appointed turcri) 0f Hawaiian good. "An to ex-
Committee to investigate ways iicnto. ho raid, "the probable rent
and Means Canadian Paciflo would be $500 per month, music would
Official Buss in.-.u. 'require SS00. transmutation would
Z tuko about J1C0O, flxtuic WOO, nf
A coninilttco of thrco was appointed lleudnnts 300, manager's salary $200,
..LinM.v nrtmiinnn hv Rhtilrninn and Incldciitnla J10U. nlriMng a total
ilowen of tho Promotion Committee .of S3S0O. When tho branch was fully
fftfljf iswf,gt.i-i ni-iwi:,v.i.--.wdrfft nr,nwatMMiii
NEW HATS, Coast Style
1028 Nunanu St.
Furr.itnrf end Piano Moving.
Scnlcd toudors will bo roceived by
tho Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Tuesday, February
23, 1910, for tho constructloji ot
Alowa Helgiits Itoad, Honolulu.
Spcclflcatlons nnd proposal blanks
onMHo in the oinco of tho Superin
tendent of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, February 9, 1910.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING,
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
A full assortment, sizes 2l"xQ(i'!'
to 48"xl20", and Raugts No. 16 to
No. 26 just to hand. 1
We do sheet metal work of all
kinds, and guarantee satislaction.
Your patronage is solicited.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO JOBBING
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Phone 211. 145 Kina St.
ITREHCH nnd EYELET '
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Youne; Building
Wo make 'Rubber Stamps Buck
Haudle. Self Inkers nnd Pac-Similc.
WALL, inCHOLS CO., LTD.
BULL? TIN ADR -AV -JO0
BEST SODA VATER
Coca-Cola, Jersey Cream, Iron Brew,
and all the popular flavors
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
to Investigate wnys and moans for tho
establishing of a brunch olllco In At
lantic .City. N. J. This committee is
composed of tho following members:
W. II. Iloogs. tli.ilnnan; K. II. Trent
and Sccretnry Wood,
Tho meetlug was largaiy attended
not only by members of tho Promo
tion Committee but by Hcvernl prom
inent business men. Thn-o present
wero ns follows: Chairman W. A.
HOwcn. Messrs. W. II. Hoogs, J. I
Mcl-can, O. F. Ilui.li. Krcd U Wnldron,
roprcsentlng tlio Merchants' Associa
lion; J. 1). Dole of the Hawaiian Plan
npplo Company, A. Lyser of Hack
fold & Co., F. n. McStocker and J.
Without reading the minutes of tho
previous meeting, tho proposition of,
establishing a branch s.ilos exploit
nt Atlantic City was discussed at
length. All the members of the Pro
motion Committee wore unanimously
in favor of having Hawaii represented
In this fashlonnblo resort, whore In
summer hundreds of thousands of vis
itors spend their vacations.
A letter was read In which it wns
stated that David Holasco conslrtorB
Atlantic City tho most cosmopolltun of
nil places In tho United Stntcs, and
for that reason lltoraluro pKceil at tho
disposal of visitors would be favor
ably received nnd would udvcrtlso Ha
Secretary .Wood stated that ho had
been to Atlantic City tbrco years ago,
and had always been In favor or hnv
lug nn exhibit. In that resort. Ho
realized what a splendid Hold Uhero
wan for boosting Hawaii products, but.
that tho Promotion Commltteo should
have at least $5000 In hand before they
could hope to make, the branch sen
eiistnlnlng. "There aro thpsoln. Ho
nolulu today who nro willing to put
In $10,000 to $15,000 worth of -cxlilht
to ndvcitlto Hawaii," stilted Mr.
Wood, and If the Promotion Commlt
teo does not act soon, theso men will
form a nymllcnto and work the tiling
themselves, not na nn advertising
F.cliemo. but purely from commercial
Chairman Rowru thinks n sales ex
hibit In Atlantic City would promoto
tlio interests. of Hawaii and would In
time ay oxpeiiEes. "As yet wo aro
In lack or ruling to promote this
scheme. I don't ecu why wo ns a Pro
motion Commltteo should entertain
n dog-ln-the.nmiiger fiollcy, becnuso
wo havo not Hiiniclcnt funns, nnd thus
try to picvcnt others fiom coloring
this field for their material profit. My
opinion lias been that wo could well
urford, rather than hold back, to let
others go ahead and push this matter
Tho cost of n sultablo room would
bo approximately $200 per month., or
nt tho rato of $1 per square foot
Thero nro several local firms that havo
shown u willingness to advertise In
tlio ovent of our getting out u booklet
pertaining to Hawaiian products.
I Mr. Hoogi suggested that the Pro
j motion Commltteo solicit financial
'belli locally, nnd not allow others to
go Into tlm Held, "It would tiot bo
established it would undoubtedly bo
kclf-sustnlnlng. judging fiom the way
wo wero unablo to supply local de
mands in Seattle.
"Tho sales ot canned pineapples
would average at least $140 per day,
eo, Hint an .Income from pineapples
alonp would net us at the very lowcit
soniu $4200 'per month. Coffee and
other products' would also nguro In
the sale. Deducting transportation
and fixtures for the second month's
worklng4our'expciiics would amount
to about $1900, which would Icavo us
a haiulconin Uilanco,.lo jusa in further
advertising Hawaii nnd enlarging our
premises should tnal step oo iiccmcu
'Mr. Chllda stated that had tho Pro
motion Commltteo been permitted by
government U sell ,n!l they could al
Seattle, the prollts would havo been
cnoimuus. "What worried us most
was to keep customers nway rrom our
booths, ns the governmcntywould not
allow us to take in mora than n cer
tain amount each day, owing to tho
fact that our, exhibit was on govern
ment land and could not tnoreforo be
used for gain."
Secretary Wood bald: "Tho tlmo Is
rlpo for opening u branch ut Atlantic
City nnd the ,fjeld should not bo ent
ered Inter than tho ISth ot next
Mr. Hush stated that "wo should not
bo criticized if wo mndo pro
fits, piovlded tiut then, wimo devoted
solely to further advertise Hawaii,"
Mr. Dole snld that ho mil In fuvur
ot tho Promotion Comriutrj taking
up this work Instead of nrlvuto Indi
viduals, as if largo profits wero made
prlvntu Individuals would no luoic
than likely to rctlro after niaklm; u
fortune, whereas a Promotion Coni
nilttco would keep on uid devote their
prollts to ndvcrtlso Hawnll.
Mr. I.yser ktatoT that Konn coffeo
would do well If every brand of Ha
waiian grown corfuo bad nn count
chance, and nno particular brand not
bo favored at, tho fcxponso of tho oth
ers. Mr J. McCjndlcsg considered that
tho Promotion Committee, should havo
full chnrge of this branch, ns It Is be
ing considered purely ns an advertis
ing fcchcme nnd not for commercial
gain. "Tho Promotion Commltteo
should most certainly finance It," said
' f llHlri
After all it's the tailor who
makes a suit a success or a.
failure. The most fascinat
ing style would be a fizzle if
there Iwere nob careful
That is the reason why our
Suits at $20 are better than
the suit you buy in town for
They are perfect in every
way. "If not you can have
your money back."
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Mr. McCandicss. ,jiMKManannKnnMauJiun:
Mr. McStocker stated that It would I M 3
bo nn excellent thing for tho Territory VL PAnT TT"? HT TCP7 T I 'I'll TfO tt
to havo tho Promotion Committee 1 5 HlJK I I JK KlJY I I KlVI it
U Jfc - - m, m.--m -. --
hamllo this matter. "The Promotion
Committee would do so purely from
advertising motives and not for com
mercial gain, and in this way tho In
terests of the Territory would bo In
Ilcforo appointing tho commltteo to
Investigate finances wnys and means,
Chairman tinwen stated tnat ho wns
glad to hear such favorable comments
uttuttitttnnuutiuucnt: itn t::ittittitit:utittnunttttR
day. It was In charge of Cortxiral Kel
ly ot Company 0. This train carrledlf
to tho survey detachment many of thojj
supplies recently received and also?
Mot.t of tho members of Company
O, of tho engineers, nro engaged on
tho details ot that company which nro
working In tho beautifying of this post
Ontf detail, undbr tho direction ot Cor
porals Kmcrson nnd O'Kcll. aro en
pressed, not only by tho members EasCli jn moving somo of mo quarter
tho Promotion Conimltleo btit ')' i of the non-conimlssloneil oftlcers. Those
tho, representatives of business houses
present. "I win nelp you all i can
and shall look forward to tho tlmo
when Hawaii will bo represented In
this famous resort."
Ileforo adjourning. Secretary Wood
lead a letter fiom Mr. Hodge, of the
Pcck-Judah Company, stating that his
company would bo willing to do nil
tho advertising worn in sail t-ratios-co.
Seattle. Los Angeles nnd other
centers In. connection with Hawnll lit-
eratuio for tlio sum of $.0 a month
This offer was unanimously accepted,
In an Interview with Mr. iluitced,
cenernl manager of the Pacific division
or tho Canndlnii-Pnctflc Hallway, Mr.
Wood stated that ho had been told by
that gentleman that the residents of
Ilrlt'sh Columbia wero enthusiastic
about Hawnll nnd would como In In
creasing numbers each jear.
W. O. Miller, general btiperlntcndoiit
nf tho Canadian-Pacific Hallway, nt
Vancouver, who has been hero for sov
cral weeks. Is so enthusiastic about
Hawaii that ho has recently purchased
an acre of land nt KalnpiM on which
ho proiioscs to build a winter home.
Owing to tlio incrcnirea inierosi Do
ing taken In Hawaii by tho people or
tho Pacific Northwi"!, Mrs. Ileadleo,
who has been boosting' Hawaii In
Southern California, will lenvo I.OS
Angeles during the summer months
and continue) thu work In Seattle re
turning to Southern CaltrornTa during
tlm winter months. In this way tho
whole of tho Puclflc CoaBt north of
tho Mexican border will bo Hooded
with Ilnwall advertising matter.
of the non-conimlsBloned officers. Theso
quarters aro to bo grouped In that por
tion of tho post which race's tho beach
road. That part of tho jKist la In n
grove of trees, nnd when tho gardens
aro added 'and tho arrangement ot
the houses completed It will form a
pleasant spot. Tho lHist gardens mo
being enlarged and many or tho pri
vate gardens ndded to.
Wednesday morning many of the
$1800 Larce House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
5G00 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
Rivor and Vineyard streets,
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Building- Lots,
Kolakaua Ave. $50 cash:
balance $10 per month; no
-P. E. R. STRAUCH
wlso nt thl.i tlmo for thu Promotion Waitv Buildinc. 74 S. Kintr St.
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
On Fort Street below KinR.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
They arc exclusive in most instances.
FOR NEW HOTEL
CIIICAOO, January 29. Illnckstono
Hotel, an exclustvo hostelry for mil
lionaires, now nearlug completion in
this city, will havo the twentieth floor
fitted up ns an ncroplano gnrago, It is
believed this Is tho first serious at
tompt In this country to provide for
tho coming method of travel.
Tlio malingers of the IllncksloiiQ say
they feel confident that aeroplauu
travel will bo general In tho course of
u few years nt tho outside, and that a
majority of their patrons will own nlr
shlpB. For this renson It In preferable
Io preparo now than to remodel the
house. Knglncors nro now consulting
tho most succcBbful aeroiinuts for
ideas ns to tho proper equipment ot
Tho hotel overlooks Orant Pnik and
Lako Michigan, nnd tho plans, ns far
as determined upon, nro to havo en
trances to tho gnrngo from four sides
ro that Ingress nnd CRress will bo
cuslly made at all times. It is nlso
planned to havo largo and stunll aero
planes for rontal or use of tho guests
brought tho mbnthly supply of ratlouaI
to that enmp. '
Two or tho mam survey detachments TK:
havo moved camp within tho last few
da8. The detachment which has been ,
stationed at Pearl City has moved toM
Alca and will work from that point ,
Prlvato Plank of tho Walmanalo'
detachment was sent ffclo this camp
yesterday nnd will remain In tho iKist,
uospuai neio tor treatment, rrivaic
Plank has been out with tho survey .
members ot this post went to I Iono-, parties since his arrival In this Island
lulu to bid fnrowoll to their friends ot nnd tho rest hero will bo ot much aid.
tho fleet nt tho tlmo of Kb departure, to him. Corporal McDougatl of Com-t
Tills camp hns been made lively by pany O, who was hurt whllo riding. if
tho visits of tho sailors and has enter- ono of tho horms In the mountains, ,
tnlncd them in various ways. Another I was sent to tho post hospital. Whllo .
nrs and members' ot Co. G. Thursday I not serious and ho Is expected to bo;
nlsht, and tho men from tho fleet wero nblo to return to his detachment u-lJi-i
entortalners of tho very best kind. It In a short time,
is with regret that tho men ot this Magazines.
lOBt see tlio flcot dopart, and hopo Tho China brought many now pcrH
is expressed by all hero that they will odlcals and books for tho post library.
visit again beloro tho departure ot tho These now additions to tho present
present forces of this post when order- supply of books nnd magazines mak'o.
cd to the Stntcs. tho library tho finest thnt tho cngl-
Return to Camps. necrs havo had slnco their departure-)
Tho men who wero given passes to .four years ago for Cuba.
visit camp whllo tho fleet was here Hospital Changes. ij
navo leu (or incir various uciacii- a manner oi rnnnges navo Dqanj
ments. As tho rainy weather has. In mado In tho post hospital. Tho slckj
moot sections, passed tho detachments ward has been completely rearrans'jd
nro hard nt work on tho survoy and and newly fitted up. Privato Strlck-1
inpidly completing tlio portions of the Ion has been placed In charge of tho
Island whero thoy aro now stationed. ward and Private Kohler, who formnrj
Thu now pack train mndo Its first )y wns In tho sick ward, has been deV
march to the cump at Waimannlo to- tailed on outsldo work.
u n tm n t: u n tt u a a mt u a w u tt a n aV;
S FORT SHAFTER NEWS ?
a a :t a a a a a tt tt a a t: a a a tat a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a u s
Private Lewis, Company (I. 20th (lights were lighted, nnd Wednesdays
Infantry, was admitted to tho post
hospital Wednesday morning and
will have an operation performed on
his iioso for catarrh.
Tho drills for Thursday wero ono
hour of gnrrlbon drills under direc
tion ot company commanders. Com-
night two more were lighted. Now;
ut night tho post Is very well llgJilfi
ed, nnd tho roads can bo travcrso Ik
to much better advantage than who Cm
tho oil lamps wero in use. Thor if
mo three more nrc lights to bo ti
stalled, and tho work of putting tb it
panics (1 and II pitched tents. .lights In tho company barracks v) I
Tho parade ground is being level- begin Monday. It Is oxpccled that
ed and the upper quarters finished, thu entire system will bo finished' tho
and the south side U being ubed for latter part of next week.
Young man wnnts clcrlcnl or book
keeping position. Klrst-claBs ret
ciences. Address "A," llulletln
drills nnd guai d mounting.
Prlvntu William Johnson, Company
!', 20th lnfautry( has been trans
ferred to Company A, 20th Infantry,
for tho purpoho of being uttnehod to
the 20th Infantry baud, and if rom
potent will inter bo transferred tu
tho band, 20th Infantry.
Private Herd, Company O, 20th
Infantry, bus been dotnlled on oxtra
duty in tho subslstoiao department,
and will 11.1 the position that was
vacated bv Prlvato Jorgenson. who ,t Mm imictlnn of tho IttatNoa
Inft fin Itin liiHt trnusnort for tllO Pre- nml thn Amazon rtvom lln:ir..M3lifi!f J
Hlillo of Sail Prnnclkco. Ilinzll, tliu Vxplorvr says ho 'recently!
4510-tt Tuesday night four of, tho now arcjouml u nsn with rnciimcntary;i
MISSING LINK FOUND;
IT'S A FISH WITH LEQ8
IH.OOMINGTON. Ind.. Jnn. 29. Dr.'
John lliueman. on an exploring trln.lu-
Honth America for tlio Carncglo Inst!
ttilo ot Pittsburg, has dlBCOvcredJtlto j
missing link In anluial Ufu bclwoynj
tho salamander and tho fish, accofdli
to a dispatch received by Dr.jJCim
i.iKuiiiuuu, iivim ill uiu iiiuiauabwni;
verslty zoological departmeiiL,
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