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KVEN1N0 UULLUTINMONpLULlf. T. II., FitlDAY, FKH. 2G, 1910.
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Last We6k of
The success of this sale has been far beyond our expectations. The
bargains offered were appreciated and quickly snapped up. The bargains
we feature this week are equally as good, if not bitter. We advise early
Hade of Gingham and Chambrey,
in pretty colorings, at prices cut in
11.25 Dresses.! $
Wash Belts, Silk Belts white.
black and colon at about one-third
the regular price.
Belts,.. '..... 12V2o.
,'. .?'..... 15o.
75c. and 00c. Belts .'.,...'.". ...35c.
$1 and $1.25 Belts 50c.
$1.60, $2 and" $2.50 Belts '.""TTSc:
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and' Beretania Streets OpDOsitc Tire Station
TWO MORE DEFENDERS
FOR U.S. NAVY
American Brokerage Co.
03 and 05 King Street, Near Maunakca Street
RETAILERS- OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE '
GROCERIES We aim to give our customers the bast va"luo
at the lowest possible prices, and claim to
be "money-savers" for prudent' cash buyers.
5c, 10c, 15c goods are a feature of our business, and la
dies will be surprised' at the numerous arti
cles of value .that can be purchased for
these small amounts.
HOUSEHOLD wares arc being tontinually added to our
stock, and wc nowjiavc a varied ns30rtment
daily required by every family.
CALL, INSPECT, AND YOU ARE SURE TO BUY
A-B-C Cash Store,
03 AND 95 KING STREET'
For 'an extra good quality of SCRIM CURTAIN; ecru color
Only a few pain. Sei sample in our windows.
J Hopp & (Jo.,
(Your Credit Is Good) a
185 KINO STREET
HAVE YOU ANY CL0THE3 THAT NEED D7EIKQ?
Look carefully at yoar clothes, and if they are fadccLor soiled, let us
tend them to the F. Thomas Dyeing , Works, San Fiancisco, to be .sci
entifically cleaned or dyed.
French Laundry, &2f!8t'-
Send ,Us Your Order for
Phone 5G5 v ,Frcc Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market
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TVTTPW TJ A TQ rU4- Q,rl .1
1028 Nuuanu St.
NORTH DAKOTA, UNCLE :SAM'S 'SPEEDIEST DREADNOUGHT.
Although the North Dakota wns Intmclinl only Nov lit. IlKiM. k1 U
now ready for t)UHltii"s. Slic Is motlelhl rlo'ply upon llu- Itrltliti l)iv:u!
nought, ntthoticli slio In nn IniprovctiiPiit wr tlut fitmoin lltrlili-r. Kin
has armor nruuiVl lu-r Mi'noktstackn nml iiit:iki". whlcli ttip I)rtmltiiiKlit li
ntft. Slio U nln provltlitl wj'lli thu new J'ni!i'rj- ih,ih. from which 'tin
Kftn tlrv of the Ship will lic'nUri'Ctitl. A in'cnlhirltj -of li.c Nurili hakntn I.
tlml nil ten of her Ills twelTpjiiieli jsnni enn lio tntliitt on tin- cin-my nt th'
sniuc tluio. II or upaud la 12.23 Unuts. llvr noriiml ii:s;il.icL-tnitit U 'JJ.UK.
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WASHINOTOX, D.' C.'.Fou. 24. America will probably linvo two--bnttlo;liipa
greater In slzen'tid power than ,nny posscseed by or build
ing for any other-power today. It wng learned today on good authority
that tho Hoii'e Commlttceon Naval Affairs will prolmbly report favor
ably en tho program calling for two mammoth battlcshlpa of 28,000
tons each. -'
Tho cost of the gigantic machlncn of destruction favored by tho
naval committee will be $11,000,000 each. Those, craft wouW mark aa
great on advanco In tho nrt of warship building aa did the launching
uf tho HrltUh Dreadnought sonio t'jreo ycora ago.
In addition to the battleship the program calls for ono repair ahip,
two ctJlllcni, five subntarlncs and thrco torpedo boat destroyers.
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JAP'T av.TTm(j 'S'XC'TF.P AAtN.
TOKIO, Fco. 24. Tno leauing newspapers oi mis cuy iouay iea
tnred long special cablcrnma fiom America telling of tho recrude
scence of the nnti-Japanoso agitation in San l'ranclbco. Extracts from
tlicecliPH recently delivered by Oen. J. Franklin Hell, the former .chief
of staff, and the Hon. Lcsllo M. Shaw, former Secretary of tho
Treasury, declaring war between A mcrtcit and Japau to bo Inevitable,
Tho forecnstB rit General Ileil and former Secretary Shaw havo
made a profound Impression upon the Japanoso people, and the remarks
of tho soldier and tho statesman are giving. a very gloomy Impression
hero as to tho outloolc.
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TAFT PRODS UP .LEGISLATORS.
WASIUNOTON, D, C., Feb. 2 . President Taft today hold confer
ences with members-of both houso s, urging' till) passage of tho most
important administration bills, and rtho fainilnfn, ..iljcrcby of,, tholr
party pledges. )..;,,
It was announced tonight that the SenntoJ.wIH' vpte on tho postal
savings bank bill on March 3. , . .
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MEAT PACKERS UP AGAINST INDICTMENT.' '
NEW YOHK, Feb. 24. From present indications It, appears that
fifteen Indictments will bo brought in tomorrowingnlnst.the packing
Intercuts mixed up In tho storage plants scaudnl ,iu connection. with tho
storage nnd salo of spoiled meats.
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Comes with the assurance that you
are correctly attired for any and all!
"AlfrodBanjaniins Correct Clothes
fhr Mira n.nrl Ynuno- Men" M
are the standard of fashion and
give' the personal sense of confif..1
dehce that only "perfectly tailoredl;
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.
$20, $22.50, $25, and $27.50
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S FORT DE RUSSY ITEMS 5
Tho chief quartermaster, Depart-1 and the grounds surrounding them
ment of California, I.lcut.-Col. Von 'greatly improved. Within a Bhort
Schrader, will arrlvo on tho trans-tlmo tho post hospital is to bo re
port Crook, which Is expected hero painted and a number of tho other
Bumiy.. It Is' expeoted that ho ! post buildings Improved,
will visit this post and Inspect tho, Drafting Room.
workings or mo quartermaster uo-i i no posi urarting room is to bo
partment here. Invoices liayo been enlarged and many Improvements
received for many supplies to bo niado therein. Tho work of. putting
uroughl on mat transport, an oriionciner iho sketches received from
Fr.!. .. f
TO BE INSPECTED
JIaJor Dunning of tho 20th In
fantry will inspect tho National
Guard of Hawaii at Kaplolanl Talk
next Sunday. In relation to tho
Mime, tho following orders have. been
Issued; s i
National Guard of Hawaii.
Hendquartors' First Infantry.
Honolulu.' Feb. 2t, 1910.
oncrnl Orders H
-Companies and d6tachmcntsot
tho First liUantry; National Guard
of. IIuwiill, stationed at Honolulu,
will asnemblo undijr arms at tho
Drlllshcd on S'unday, February 27.
l9X0,,at 7:30 a. pi., with full field
kit, in pursunnco, of Goneral Order
1. A. a. 0., February 4, 1910,. rela
tive to being Inspected' by Major
Si(mucl W, Dunning, 20th Infantry,
US. A., at Kupiolanl Tark.
2 Tho quartermaster's depart
ment will furnish tho necessary
transportation and' subsistence.
2 -Uniform: So'rvlce.
4 Accoutermcnts: rack to con
tain shelter half, polo, pins, blanket,
mosqufto bar, poncho, comb, soap,
blockings, tooth brush, towel and
rope. Iluversack to contain meat
can, knife, fork, spoon and cup.
C Commanding officers of com
panies nnd detachments will mako
tho following returns and reports:
(a) Returns' In dupllcuto of all
ordnance, tiuartermhster, medical
nnd signal pjppdrty'aml stores,
(b) Itepnrts In duplicate of ail
nfllcers and cDllstcd men present nnd
ubscnt nt tlmo. of Inspection, such
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J reports to bo'hnnded to tho Inspect
ing o .nicer at tlmo of inspection.
G All oincera charged with tho
keeping' at records nnd accounts will
submit tho samo to tho Inspecting
officer for examination.
lly order of Colonel Zlcglcr:
T. P. CUMMINS.
Captain and Adjutnut, 1st Infty.,
N. G. II.
Tho .InpancEo who was caught
prowling about Fort Do Hussy dur
ing the early hours tho other morn
ing was given. a fine of twenty-live
dollars and costs ' by tho civil uu-
thotltlcs, and n severe reprimand. A
number of Jauanosa hao been nr
reteU on this pot slnco work wan.
begun o tno fortltlcnUOns. and it
la hoped that this action of tho civil
authorities will keep them from
wandering around Undo Sam's
Xargc House and Lot, about
ox7 on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliba Streets.
$G00 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. STRAU0H
Waitv Building.. 74 S. King St.
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Are tho ART GOODS sliowi inthe
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
They are exclusive in most instances.
which are for tho qunrtermaster
horo. Tho new telephnno system
will bo Installed upon tho receipt
of thciso supplies, and tho light
wagon train arranged.
To Shaftcr. ,
Muulclau Stumtr f Company a of
tho Kngineers wns sent to Fort
Blmfter yesterday to bo operated
upun. Musician Stumfl has been
with this company since Its arrival
In Cuba, and his rapid recovery Is
hoped for by all tho members nt
this camp, l'rlvate Marcus of tho
ramc company wns also sent to' tho
hospital nt Fort Shatter for treat
ment, nnd upon recovery will leuvo
that post for his detachment.
1'rlvato Hammond of Company (1
has been detailed ns musician to re
lievo Musician Stumff and tins been
relieved In tho post dining hall by
I'rlvato Kctchuni. l'rlvntn Ncmcth
has been rollcved, temporarily, from
duty with the survey detachments
and will report for duty at this
post. Corporal Kmtncrson has been
dotnllcd In tho post drafting room
nnd will o for duty thero with
I.anca Corporal Albort D'udzlk. Cor
poral Dudzlk will leavo this post
within tho next few .days In order
lo check over spme of tho survey
work, nnd upon completion of that
duty will return to 'his work In tho
drafting room here.
A letter was received at this post
yesterday from tho Chief of Engin
eers bf tho Department of Califor
nia, In whlcli ho gives tho survey
detachments working out of this
post great credit for- tho work that
is being dono on tho Biirvoy of this
Island. Tho map of tho Island la
progressing rapidly, and tho detach
ments are fast closing In toward
the center of tho. Island. No new
dotnchinonts will bo sent out fiom
this post, as the present forco will
bo uhlo to close in tho survey. v
llnth the wagon and pqck trains
arrived In this camp today from tho
survey detachments nnd lirought
with them muny new records for tho
draftsmen of this camp. Mnny ar
ticles for tho post qunrtonnnBlor
woro'also returned by these trains,
which, when leaving this post, took
new supplies to tho camps. Tho
now light wagon train will begin ol
tho dotachments la done there, and
us tho survey Is being finished tbo
amount of room necessary for tho
proper handling of theso maps has
been greatly increasing. Many sup
plies for the photographing ot'theso
limps nro already on hand und many
mora nro expected on tho next
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TIIKNTON, N. J. Miss Alice M.
Trlmblo, n pretty Trenton girl,
1'iovcd herself n real heroine when
shu rodo Portico, a valuable borne,
n dlstnnco of (wenty-flve miles to
save her mother and little sister
from possible death.
Miss Trimble nnd her famiry woro
visiting relatives at Flcmlngton. Her
mother and sister wero suddenly
taken III, and ns It was Imposslblo
to go n physician In the vicinity,
tho girl, who la a brave horsewo
man, volunteered to .ride to this city
In order to summon tho family phy
Her relatives did not want her to
uudcrtnko such a Journey alone, but
their persuuslonS could not dctor her
from hor purpose, nnd sho under
took tho ride. As it seemed to her
to l)a n rldo against death sho mad-)
Portico let out his full speed, and
nlthnugh several times tho nnlmnl
almost threw her she reached this
city In record-breaking time, arid
noon afterward Dr. James Gordon
was speeding on his way In an au
tomobile to tho bedsides of bis pa
Miss Trlmblo did not think sho
had accomplished any great feat.
When asked how she was able to
make such great speed, sho replied.
"Portico did ull the work. I talk
ed to him nnd told him mother and
sister were dying, nnd ho under
stood. I did not even huvo to uigo
bin; on. I did not havo tlmo to
thhik of the darkness mid tho dan
gerous roads, as It took mu all my
tlmo to keep my seat. No other
horse could havo mado the trip like
Portico. I loyo him,"
Mrs. Trlmblo und her younger
daughter aro out of danger, Dr.
Gordon admitted that If the family
had delayed calling u physician
much longer death would havo re
sulted. Hobart J. Trimble, father of tho
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PARADE PICTURE8 AT ART.1
Tho moving pictures of tho- Korar,
Pnrado taken by Kddlo Kernandezjwlllj
be shown this 'evening and' tomorrow
night at tho Art Theater. Tho rool Viij
uu off yesterday and tho partaifj
scenes cunio out excellently. Thu ac
tions of tho spirited horses ridden li?
the pnrado wero very good as tho. pic?
tures taken seem to havo caught them
when they wero showing excitement1
preceding tho start. Tho vIowh of tub"
floats aro also clear ns uru tho decor-i
ated automobiles. Fortunately "tho!
photographer had- placed his plcturuj
machlno In a position that did not t'altui
tho passlug of tho Rapid Transit cars
during tho paruilo. In addition to this
picture there is an exceptionally good'
ono of Yosemlto Valley, which gHej a
good view of tho beautiful park'.tlio
party of II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ladles will vhlt
this summer. Tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n is Istu-j
Ing complimentary tickets to tlio,Art'
to ull the ladles who Intend entering
tho voting contest.
THE PARK THEATER,
"Tho Winning Uoat" Is tho fcatiiro
film fur tho balunco of thu week atjtha
Park Tlioutcr. It shows pleasing, rlv-j
cr scenes ami an exciting motor1 boat
race,. Tho cllmux of this picture make
II n flltti nf nvf-ni.llnn Inliirnat JTIirt
usual guoil vuuduvtllo und muslc'!ls1la
eluded In tho week-end bill.
WILL BE SOLD
bravo girl, purchased Portico sever
al years ago and gnvo him to his
operations tho. first of tho week and daughter. Tho animal was then
will mako trips
to tho mountain
Most of the building's occupied by
practically wild, but Mias Trlmblo
trained him, nnd tho liorso haB
shown mora. affection for her slnco
than for anyone else, oven Mr. Trlm-
tho non-commissioned ofllcers of, hie. Mlsi Trimble, has been neenm-
thls post nro being Improved and re-lpllsbliiK marvelous equestrian feats
painted. Porches nro being added slnco childhood,
preparations aro being muiio to sou
off cunio city property both In, Hone?
lulu und llllo. at nubile auction. 'iiT
tho courso of six' or clRht weeks. Tbl.fi
is to bo dono for tho purpose of rals-5
JllK luuuvy -will which iu m-quirt) lany
along certain streets in this city wb'tclT
need widening. JQM
ii is expecieu mat no loss linn
120,000 and It Is hoped thut Oio
amount will be a threat deal larger
win no taken in al tuts saio or puoiic.
Governor Frcnr and Mnrston Cainji-j
bell havo boon working for suing tlm"ej
getting this sabj Into shapV, V 7W
luvru uru iuuu cuy uiipiuvuiiiuiua
in tin mmln InHitillnt- n attn fnr Ihfi
Cnrneglo Library, land for the Colciiol
of Hawaii and a situ for tbo Kalm'ukli
reservoir. Tho funds In tho publlejj
treasury will not permit of tho purr
chase of tho land at present. Under
n law pasbud, recently, however llfol
government has tho right to soil puw
iu: liiuu in oruer i), ncqiuru iiiiius iurj
tho. purchnso of other land tor piibljo.
purposes, or 10 oxennngo govemmtni
land for other property,
A SUQQEGTION ON ECZEMA,
It Is suggested that eczems sufferers!
ask tho Honolulu Drug Co., , Fort
street, of this city, what reports he Is j
Kcttlng from tho patients who hVvej
used tho oil of wlutergrecu llqnl.lj
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