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BVBN1NQ BtJUJiTIN, HONOLULU,.!. II., 8ATUMUY, FED. 19, 1910.
Last Week of
CARNEGIE SAYS WE
LIVE "TOD HIGH
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The iuomh of thii tale has been far beyond our expectation. The
bargains offered were' appreciated and quickly mapped up. The bargain
we feature this Week- ire equally U'fcdid, if not better. We advise early
shopping ' '.'
Hade, of Gfajjham and Chambrey,
in pretty colorings; at price cut In
ll.tt-'brettet; ..... !.
1.50 " .,.,.
LADIES' BELTS' '
Wash Belt, Silk Belt white,
black andv'oolor-t about one-third
the regular price'. t, .
35c' arid, 35o, Belfi ..'!l2Vsc.
40c. Belt ...15c.
50c.. Belt T.'iSOc.
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60c. and 65c Belt ..25c.
75c. and 90c. Belt ,...350.
$1 and. $1.25 BelU 50c.
$1.50, $2 and $2.50 Belts 75c.
SACH? DRV GOODS CO.
Beretanh StreettJ-OpfMtele t6ia
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For Sale Everywhere
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Residence Undertaking Parlors
as removed to'til1 nW location on
CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite, the
Catholic Bisters.1 The new place Is
well equipped with bedrooms, kit;
chen, dlnlngroom, bathroom, wplt-1
Ingroom. with verandas on. two sides,
For the residence, feature In' this
new,, up-to-date undertaking, parlor
there It no charge for', the use.- The
parlor Is free to all who wish to ro-l
main with' the bodies jot beloved
ones. . . i t ..
Ilodles removed from hospitals or
home from within three rallea of
cjty'llmlta to our place of .business
tree of charge. v
Present Phone, 179 - Night Call 1014
. SANTA IlAnrtARA, Feb. 18. "The present high cost of living Is
due to the prevalent high living," said Andrew Carnegie in an inter
view here tonight. The Iron king arrived here today 'In his private car
and plans to 'remain a few days beforo continuing on his tour through
California. . . ,. ... .
Mr, Carnegie talked at 'tength on public affairs, particularly eco
nomic questions. He said that the false- standard of living which has
thrown up among persons ofunodernte means Is, it6 his .way of thinking,
largely responsible for the conditions which, have resulted In the radical
advance in the cost of necessities. V .
BOX ON FEDERAL INJUNCTIONS. -
YA8HINQTON, D. C, Feb. 18 Ileprcsentatlvo Moon today Intro
duced Into the House the Admlntstrhtion hill regulating- the granting of
injunctions by Federal courts.
i The .fctoon bill prbvlde'a 'that "no injunction shall Issue without duo
notice giving all parties an opportunity to be hoard, unless tho desired
writ be granted. With, regard to temporary Injunctions, tho bill pro
vides" that none shall be Issued for a period exceeding seven dj' ft
FRANCE WILL STAND MOROCCO UP. '
PARIS, Feb.- 18. Frarico today delivered her ultimatum to Moroc
co, (demanding' that that country pa'y-12,ob0,000 International damages
arising out of tho Cas.i Ulanca trouble. Should Morocco refuso or neg
lect to pay tho sum, Franco will seize her customs until tho claim shall
be liquidated. - . . . ,,.,.
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IN STORAGE , FOR SEVEN YEARS.
NEW YORK. Feb. 18. Evidence .brought -out' today bqforo tho
grand Jury shows that 'the National Packing Cotnpany"'kept products in
storage -for seven yt'ars: Indictments are probable.
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WRECKED VOYAGERS ARRIVE. ,..,,
JUNEAU, Alaska, Feb. 18. The steamer Georgfa' arrived h'sro to
day, bringing tho survivors of the wrecked steamer Yucatan.
BASEBALL K3NO IfS'DfcAD. '
SAN FRANCI8CO, Feb. 18. Eugene Bert, ex"prcsldont of tho.Pa-clflc-.'Coast
Das'eball .Leagne, died here .today. s '
MIS'STAIT KIRK'S ' ,by the doctors, and committed' to the
- - FRIEND CABLES asylnm' Nobody can be taken to
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deal with, women brought 'to the'sta-
tlon.",? , v
Dr. Mdckall called attention to'the
fact that under the law he had no
other option than to deliver Miss .of affairs and I; for. one, would Ilka
Van Kirk to the police, as ho was to see It amended."
the -asylum direct -not oven for n
night and If the -medical ofllcertt'or
Judge can ho't'be found on a Satur
day afternoon, 'the patient, has to to
matn In the polfce court cell till
Monday. It Is ati unfortunate stnte
Merfs Laundry a ScMfy
I ' 'idOHKAll'BAhd'Work and Careful Attention
convinced that she, was mentally in
competent and should bo Int charge
of Bombono to( care, for her.
'Miss Ada Van Kl'rli, who was com
mitted to the Insane Asylum yester
day afternoon by Judge 'Ahdrade,
spent the night In care of Dr. Peter
son, and 'ItlfhougTi naturally mucb
upsett by 'the way, in which sho had
been treated during the day, appears
to be 'a little better "this morning.
One of the worst features of the
whole affair would seem to' be tho
way Miss Van' KJrk was searched,
Dr. Clark of 'the Alameda having rea
son to believe that Miss Van Kirk
had a .large, sum of money In her
possession! enquired it there was any
matron at the, police station. On be
ing informed .that there was. no such
OfflCIal, Dr. Clark said: "I want this
woman searched; I hive reason to
think that she has a sum of money
oii her person," ,
Vom&n It Searched,'
Deputy. Rose then Instructed a po-
I uce omcer ,io conauci me searcn,
.nnd, according to, the police officers'
report, the search was, made by him
'self and a couple of trusties. The
iwoman, according to the police of
I fleer, put up a struggle, and tho
'three men. had a hard time to sub
due her and eventually discovered
pip.er money to the, amount of $70
.hidden In her stocking.
I .The unfortunate woman yas ter
Iribly worked up over, the search, and
;ni'rlff;Jarr'At't,"oh being informed. Of
'the matt'or this morning, tola a
JJ u I lb tin reporter that It wai
nbu the' practise tb search women
prisoners, as there was no matron
.to &o the'work. If a woman aiiDca'rs
to be .dangerous to herself or othir's,
uui-jiiuq. uiiu. uiuer articles wiii
which she might Injure anyone are
Sheriff Would Have Acted" '
I The' Sheriff was away .down tue
country Investigating a gambling
case, and he heard nothing of the
.matter till he .returned last night.
'If I had been here, and had known
.the hl8tory'of the woman, I would
shave hia.de 'somo arrangement's fpr
her comfort. We nro hahdlcaDoed
jby the system as regards supposedly!
; Insane persons', and have ho place
where "we caii keep them especially'
women till an examination of theth
,1s made by the doctors.
"I woUJd, like to see a female War
der at the pohep station, but in that
caso an addition should be made to
the present building. If a couple
of, rooms wore built In the yard near
the,entranco, we would have, a place
whore cases like Miss Van Kirk's
could be accommodated. We arp help
less pnder the present system, and we
can not 'do anything with, an insane
erepn jUntli tho woman Is 'examined
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MTss Van Kirk' Is a great travel
er and was seen. In Sydney, N. S.
Wales, about six. years ago. She
was In Just tho same state.'asat pres
ent, and most people1 who noticed
her at the tfroo decided that tho un
fortunate, woman was a victim or
that- torrlblq distemper tSt. Vitus'
Lady Friends Inquire.
Durcrui iuuius wno-mci miss van
Kirk ton .her.. previous visits to Ho-
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noium nave been making enquiries
auqui nerk',nnn. ine generai impres
Blon Is that the-, woman has been
made, .much worse, by the manner In
which the' "system" decreed that she
shonld be treated. , ,
The Bulletin cabled, JM Ell
Cope;, a .friend Of Miss Van Kirk's,
yesterday, and late last night a mes
sage was .received from' him which
stated that .the lady was very ner
vous and, that it embarrassed In any
way she became worse. This cablo
has bfen shpwn to the police depart
ment, a"nd another from Mr. Copo to
Miss' Van Kirk, has been forwarded
to, her. '
The second cable was addressed
caro,pf the' Du lie tin, and In It
Miss Van Kirk Js advised to engage
a nurso and return home' on the first
boat available. '
It Is admitted by qveryone con
nected with the caso that Miss Van
Kirk is In the bept posslblo place, for
her at .present, but it Is also con
sidered that ,the: treatment she rci
celved. yesterday has added .to her
serious mental condition. Under
the law, the Judge who committed
Mtsa Van Kirk to the Insano Asylum
has no .power to, order her release
from that Institution. If Miss Van
Kirk' is to, be shipped back to San
Francisco-on .the1 Alameda next Wed'
nesday, her case will have to come
up before the (lunacy 'Commission
Uoard, and that1, body will decide
what ateps will bet taken., about .the'
unfortunate woman. ,
v The s.um, of money that was found
under the, woman's garter has been
handed over to' tho Sheriff on tht
order of Judge Andrade. , MIbs Van
Kirk would appear to bo' .Well off,
and quite able' to pay for accommo
dation at a, sanatorium or somo othor
Refuses, to Eat or Drink: '
ueputy Hoso yesterday sent to the
grill for a meal for Miss Van Kirk,
and It was offered to her. Sho would
not, however, .touch it, and even re
fused a glass of water that .was. ten
dered to her. After she, was allow
ed out of tho coll In which 'she wrfn
confined, and allowed the privilege
of walking i around the yard where.
the usual bunch of prisoners are
Beatcd, Miss Van Kirk, beyond
twitching and contorting her body,
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Comes with the assurance that you ,
are correctly attired for any and all
"Alfred Baiijainin's Correct Clothes
for Mon and Young Men"
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 arid
of. materials, such as All-Wool
Worsteds, Cassimers, Cheviots and
Mixtures; also 'Blue Serges.
$20, $22.50, $25, and $27.50
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WARIIINOTON- I'lilircBCntatlvn 1J.
iMarry CoVlngton of Maryland, In con
junction with Senators unyner and
Smith of the samo stale, aio enjased
In. drafting amcndmentH to the .u-9
food law that will establish h mil Tor m
grade' of canned vegetable-.! which
shall becomo known as tho t.-imlnnl.
1 The Mary'lari'j'mcmtiers ol Con?rcis'
! nro particularly (ntcrcstcl In this .lcr. .
Inlatlon on account or tho vait extent
of tho canning Industry In that stn'to
Maryland's c.nmioi'l fniltH nnd voro
tnblcs nro sold around tho world, and
J millions of dollars arc invested In tho
Undus'try In 'that state.
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On,Fort,StreethelowKikitJ1l1ir'''' !f ft J Jijf 1&i are eibluiiTe in, ioit initancei. fe
American BroKerae Co.
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93 and 95 King Street,1' ticar Idaiiiiakca Street '
RETAILERS OF GENERA! MERCIIANDI5E
GROCERIES We aim to give onr customers the best value '
, at the lowest possible prices, and claim .to be .,
"money - savers" for, prndent. cash buyers. "
5c, 10c, 15c. 'GOODS are a feature of bur business, ' aria
ladies will bs surprised at the "numerous articles ..
of value' that can be purchased for these small. .,
HOUSEHOLD wares arc beinc continually added to our
stock, and wc now have a varied assortment daily
required by every 'family.
' ' call; INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-G Cash Store,
03. AND .95 KINO. STREET . .
Real life movements depicted by
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real Joys. of picture-taWnu until you 'IJjS
haveitfyia this camera. See it at' '
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FICTION ASTRONOMY TRAVEL
CHILDREN'S STORIES of all kir.ds
NEW STOCK JUST ARRIVED
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IN REAL ESTATE
$8000 ItrKe' houso and Iot,7Klnls
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street; iz rooms, su.uuo s;
ft. ground. ''.
$7500 knfsre' house hnd lot, I,
ley Htrcet; About 1H iskcrisfif
ground. ' '
?2000 Three nice modern bunsa?
$2750 lows. Kolmuklj beautiful lo
3250 cation. ,; it
iiiijiiuiru Ruu uiiuuiiniYvu ius n&-
Kalraukl, Walkikl, Kullhl, Manosl
Valley nnil In town. ' " '" '
03 Merchant St. MARTM GRUNB
' Come in and see our stock
Youiwill find, prices right
BROWN & LYON CO., Ltd.
1045 Bishop Street Young Bid
Real Estate Agent .'
137 MERCHANT STBEr"
FOB BALE , &".!'
and other property,
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Come md learn soitlculan ttn' j-M
Charles A. Stanton;,
Corner King and Fort BtrMtii
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' Ti Berttania St.. 0pp. SackiV'U J i$m
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