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EVENING ntlUJtTJN, HONOLULU. T. II , WEDNESDAY, rCIl. lfi, 1010
Second Week of "
ThEMEHDOUS REDUCTIONS QN B30ICEN LINES TO EFFECT IMME
FINAL' CLEARANCE OF HEADY -TO-WE AH APPAREL
LADIES' BLACK SILK COATS
$ 4.75 Silk Coats 1 $ 3 00
8 00 " "
8.50 " " ..,
10 00 ." "
24 50 " "
.'28.50 Black Silk Salt..'...
CLOTH- ETON COAT
Original Pries $10.00
Ealc Price . ... "2.50
. SHORT CLOTH, COAT
Original Price $10.50
Sale Price ..... 3 00
Corner Tort and Berclanh
Transfer Co., Ltd.
FnriiMnr rir' r'nnr f?n?n,r
SACHS' DRY GOODS. CO..
IT WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER JUST TO TASTE
Put tip in the new style crocks, and every crock guar
antccd. New shipment just in.
ASK YOUft GROCER FOR IT
From the-LamVs Back to Yours
Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being Well
Geo. A. Martin,
ABeacy"for llav.alin Wands
. riMM pUln. vllbnat fanLW obll,.lkn on tot Hit
bow i .mi tjujUtlf for UM pgtf Ut tMiwf. wl.b I b.
Kave you learned our prices for hauUr.tr freight to and from the
wharves I Wc will to pleased to quote rates.
' Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
.rort St., lelow Merchant.
On 'Fort Street below
SHORT PLAID COATS
Original Price $7.50
Sale Price 3.00
LONG BLACK AND WHITE CLOTH
Original Trice $20 00
Sale Price 12 50
SHORT WHITE SERQE COAT
Original Price . .1
Sale Iricc .
OOOD NOW ON DISPLAY IN
Streets Onporitc Tire Station
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Tailor, Hotel St.
1W hort Ot .' Honolulu.
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Are the AT GOODS shown in the
ABTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
WAStUNUTON, 1), C, Tel), lfi' General Wothcrspoon and Major
lnm nf the nriny, nnil Commn"rfder Maxwell of the nay, left today for
I'nnjma to Select slfcs for the fortifications which will be erected Inihe
Canal Zone. Ocneinl Crozler, chlof of ordnance, and General Marshall
will follow shortly.
The location of the canal fortification will rest practically In the
hhods of these officers, who will also report on the size nnd number of
thn, guns needed. It Is the Intention, of tho government to malte Pana
ma an neatly Imprcgnnblo na possible' that the, cauhl may not provo u
menace to tho United States In caBa of war.
HAZERS TO STAND TRIAL.
WASHINGTON, I). C, l'eb. 1G. No longer will West Point cadets
or Annrpolls midshipmen be dismissed from tho academics for hazing
wlthuut regular trials. Tho Scnato today passed a bill providing that
nil Imzprs must Im tried mid convicted liv court martial before they can
MRS. ROOSEVELT TO JOIN HUSBAND.
, NUW YOIIK, Peb. IE. Mrs. Theodore nooscvclt nnd her daughter,
Miss Kthcl Uooaevclt, tailed todoy for Europe on their way to Khtr
tcuui, where they will meet formor President Itoosevelt and hU son
Kennlt on March 14.
PLENTY Or HONEY CAUSE OF HIGH PRICES.
WASHINGTON, D C. l'cb. 15. Senator Crawford today dellvcr
ol n speech In tho Senate In wnlch ho traced tueifrcsent high prices
of foodstuffs to the augmentation pf the gold supply In' tho United
States. ' , '
BUrKEIT FOR POSTAL BANKS. -
WASHINGTON, I). I!.. Peb. in.
itip for discussion In the Senate today.
irucecli In which he contended tnnt tho
FIGHT WAS A DRAW. , . , . ,
I.OS ANQUI.CS, Peb. 15. Mcnulc and Powellifought,a.draw hero
mt 1 i m , ,
CHURCHILL IS HOME SECRETARY. ' '.V '
LONDON, Keb. 15. Winston Chuichlll wasf today appointed Home
Waliace-Greenwell Wedding :.
(Special tp tho nullotln) .
KoalaUbkna, Hawaii. Pcb. 14. Christ
Church. Soulh Kcm, was tho bccuo, on
TliTirs lay evening. 1 ebruary 10 of n
cry pretty weuains, ino urmo uouik
Miss Hvelyii VIoJut. Wnlliro, elder
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ltobcrt Wal
lace of Kcalakekui, and tba bride
groom Mr. KrancU JWdcllllo urecn
well, third son of the lato Mr. II. M.
Greemvcll and Mrs. V.. C. arccnuolt,
Tho brldo iwlio was Klxcn away by
her father, was charmliiKly arraed In
a prlnrcss eown of white satin, with
an oerdrcs8 of exquisite silk maltet.e
lacf, trimmed with pearl and cr.vi.tal
embroidery, a tlarra of oranso blos
soms and tullo cll. Her n,naments
lioarl, tho necklaco nnd pendant wero
the elft of her mother. halnu bo-
lfiiiRad orlfiliujll) to hor great groat
The lirlilPrfroom was accompanied uy
IiIh brolherr-IIr. Arthur I Qreeiiwcll,
as best man.
Mlaa Nancy Itlinni Wallaco as nnld-
oMionor, woro a dainty dress of whlto
nlnon do sold, a wieam 01 wnuo non
era In her hair and she carried a bou
The urldOB oilier aucnuams wero
Henry and Mnigucrlto, tho children of
Mr. nnd Mrs, Gerald llrjant, tho latter
looking eiy sweet In a whlto frock
with palo pink sasli nnd 'a cliapl(t or
daisies on hor head and earning a
bisket of Inlets. ,
Tho brldo'g mother was most tasto
fullj gowned in maiito cachomlro do
Knin. trimmed with laco and enld cm-
proldery, ornaments nmctlsts nnd
diamonds and tmo too carrieu a oou
quot of tho bride's namo flower.
Mis. Gciald llr)nnt woio nil elegant
gown cf grey creiio do chine trinimol
with gold and jewelled lace.
. Mrs Henry Grecnwoll looked charm
ing In .liIto cropa do chlno wllh gold
trimming nnd Miss Hnll was most be
comingly gownod'lu white bilk with
tuuehes or go'ii.
The church had beon beiulifully dee
orjled villi whlto rotes carnations and
calhi lilies and millo by Mrs. T. C.
Whlto and other ladles. Mr. Chostcr
niacow presided at tho oriwn and Mr
T. C Whllo acted as urhcr.
After tho ceremony, which wasper'
$1800 J.anre House and Lot, about
76x73, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$G00 Four-room House and small
lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets,
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several hiph Building lots,
Kalakaua Ave. 500 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
7. E. R. STRAUCH
Waitv Building.' 74 S. King St.
They are exclusive in
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The postal savings 'bank bill wan
Senator; OurKett delivered n long
proposed law Is entirely constltu-
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t- ft .
formed by tho Nov I). Douglas Wal
laco, the members of tho two families
and their most lutlnnto friends, at
tended a reccptlqn at tho residence nf
Mr. and Mrs. noutrt Wallace, 'ine
drawlngqoii was tastefully decorat
ed with 'violets and whllo flowers nnd
the brldo and bridegroom receded tlin
congratulations of their friends bo
neath a bill formed of wnlto carm
tlons nnd dHlslcs. Later on Mr. pud
Mrs. liYnnk Oicenwoll left for the Vol
cano Houbo','-lliu bride travelling In a
nay blue coat and skirt with u b'nek
lint trlninicd'wllh ostrich plumes nnd
n pink rope c , . ,
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A WAIAtUA ROAD WORK.
V i I
Itoad' Billion Isnr CI les Kukea has
lOliorted to Major Fcra concerning the
work done In his district during tho
month oClauuary. In which ho fchaws
that a sub guide from tho stiblea to
a rock quaro wns completed which
means the completion or about 1337
feet of roadway the saiuo bring co-
cied wllh iiiiicaiin, -
Tho Simon Isor nltended to tho plow
ing nnd grading ot 50 feet of the
malifioad at I'aalaa.
Expenditures Included $1745 41 fur
labor, S2C5 7I for mntorlal nnd $222 21
for teams, a total or S2223 41.
LET THE FEET GROW
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MORE LCMONS FOR CAMPBELL.
Mnraton Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Is to bo tho recipient
of at least llvo decrepit, and antiquat
ed horsos nnd mules which for somo
jcars past Imo remty'rod faithful rcr
lco between tho shatts of tho munic
ipal dump and dirt cars.
Tbo StirorvlEorlal road committee,
through Chnlimnn Qulnn has reported
mat tliev nnd no nnimnls on tno city
list that Wo rtnderel unlit for furlhci
service and It Is rccom mended Hint
they bo turnod hnck Superintendent
Campbell In order that they can bo
written off thu linentory.
KALAUOKALANI QET8 A RAISE.
Kobprt Kalauok, ilanl, a young man
nt present cmjdo)cd In tho oineo of
City and County Engineer Ocro, will
bo granted a siibstantlallncrcase in
his monthly salary. Tho mailer ramo
up befora tho Hun'rl?ors through a
Lpeclal iTsoliitlou last evening.
inni hnB been In tho employ or tho city
iin.i countn for tho nast threo nnd ii
half jcars mid that his services' have
heretofore proved sallsfnctmy.
TO DUTY'S CALL
CWef ThUrStOn'S EqUine, Mr IMxotto haNo been members
. m ii f j ,''f tho'CoIumbla Park Hoys' Club of
. A lYell'IrOineU Siiu Francisco for setornl jcars.
Flro Chief Thurston has 'a prize ln;loe,ilnK ,clty boys off of -tho streets
thn handsomo and spirited aulijial
whlrh ho drives In n light buggy whllo
going iilwut his vnrlnus duties as tho
head of Honolulu's flro dcp-ii Intent.
At tho time of suundlng of thu flro
nlaini jesterday Chief Iburslon was
attending to hiifclncss matters at a
store on upper Fort street. Ills horso
was hitched near tho stoio when tho
first blast from tho siren w.ia sounded.
Thu animal became rostlui nnd be-
foro tho whlttlo had completed tho Fie.
ong .Blsiial, the horse had succeeded
In breaking a heay leather strup by
which It was fastened to a telephono
polo nnd had .started to ntn away.
Chief Thurston rushod from tho store
nnd caught the nntmal' before It
reached the center ot tho slieet, thorc
by avoiding a runaway which would
doubtless have resulted lu n train of
Tho Mro chief Is Justly proud of an
autmal ixissesslng such a keen train
ing and aculo hearing.
Chief Thurston lias Hied, n report
with Iho Mayor's ulHco ihowltig tint
tho lira dciartuicnt responded to six
rtlnrms during tho month of December,
which resulted In no loss In property
and a property risk covered by lusiir
pntQ niiKiiinllug to ?S GOO.
Janunr) was bum n inoro propitious
month for Honolulu in lliat lliu lire uo.
nartment was called out but bnco Thla.forfnbly Louses with n membership
alarm was IneoiikKiuenllal ns thero
no loss in piopeny rvporicu. i joei in tno great lire. A resit siari
" ' iwaj mnde, tho club wns recslabllsh-
A prohibition club was organize J ed on n i'.nner basis than over bo
hist night nt Kallhl Camp. Tho f,oI- fure, and durl.ig tho Australian tour,
lowing wero eleclPd officers: wllllnm.two other cou'lngents from tlioclub
K, Toil, prcsldeirf; Solomon Sialic-
lonn, vlce-pteddent; tl. K. K.ihucna,
secretary; and Holaua, treasuror.
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Great 'Bargains in
Pianola Pianos and
1I1WI i'i 1 i 1
Comes with the assurance that you
are correctly attired for any and' all
"Alfred Benjamin's Correct Clothes
for Men and
are the standard of fashion and
give the personal sense of confi
dence' that only perfectly tailored
clothes can give. We can show
you a large variety of styles and
of materials, such as All-Wool
Worsteds, Cassimers, Cheviots and
Mixtures; also Blue Serges.
"$20r$22.50, $25, and $27.50
Tho jTorty bos who lmo toured
iVu&trnlla under tlin tnldnnrn nf
I TuoUn lenrii nan Mnlnr l'i Ivntto
Istarted a llttlo club In, a slngla room
iln Kan Francisco for tho purpose of
out of school Hours nnil to glvoworl.-
Ing bo)g u place to spend their ceti
tljmnnsllc training, military drill,
outdoor athletics, tnttriftlloli 111 bas
ket making, wood yarvUijr," Uay mod
illiif: and nllklnilri)fia..hnndlcrntl
musl:ai and ' druiuaTld.'work and n
Alio brass, band" nore'Bomo. ot the
attractions 'which have.Mtn.tdo uio
cluli pojmlnr with all city bo8. The
, im,-membre are tho suns uf Amor
.,,.,, ,.,.,,,. ,-nR,T-i, ni ,i.o
club Qliinlarlly,:::: : ::":
The motto of tho club Is, "Clean
living, clean thinking; clean sport."
Ilaeli Etimmer--ii party of" forty
Iiojh marches for Ave weeks through
tho Stato or California. On their
way they give coaccrts, athletic and
drnmatlc dlsplavs, which more than
pay their expanses. Thcso trips
hnvo led to tho great Improvement
ot tho boys physically and cducn-
tlounlly, and their tour ot Austra
lia was made posjlblo through tho
experience thoy had gained on these
At tho time ot tho great dlsastor
In San Francisco, tho club was cimi-
U.of ovei 301) bo)B, but over) thing was
have been touting tho Pacific Coast,
A strong orgjtnlzntlon of iho ear-
Her members of tho club huvo or-
2 Player Pianos, new - -
1 Pianola Piano, new -
1 Pianola, new, - . - -
1 Pianola, second hand, - -
I , ., - -
1 Large Second-Hand Piano,
. Terms: Cash or Instalments.
Music Co., Ltd.,
Its Removal To Hasten
Supervisor Qulnn nnd his colloarues
of the city and county mad committee
do not look with much favor upon a
high board fenco which Is bald to man
ifest lis presence upon that portion ot
Iicictai'ln nv,cuuo In tho vicinity of
tho S.iehi bulldln?.
Tho fence Is said to adorn the Hits
taco proiiorty and tho matter or Us
existence as well ns removal luis conin
up In connection with a call foi tho
widening of that thoroughfare.
The Supervisors. am willing to coin
ply wllh the request of Hio petitioner
but they recommend that Iho clti and
county board tnku steps to uiitlinilro
tlio H nioi nl or tho lilgli fenco In order
that the city engineer can establish tbo
grndo and rcmovo the curbing back to
tho new lines.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rtia Kind You Have Always Bought
ganlzcd thenuolves ns "Tho "TIo
ncerH," and to these cx-nicmbTe,
who llno now grown to manhood,
tho club owes much or Its present
Btieccts. Ovor 4000 city bojs have
grown up In tho club, and their de
votion to It In after life )s proof of
the good work that It has acco i-
The American bojs will appear at
tho Opera Uous0 Thursday, I'rlday
nnd Saturday ovonlngs of this week.
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