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.KVKNISO Mm I.ISTtN. tlONOt.tlt.L, T. It., rillDAY, MAIL 4, ldlO.
BLACK DRESS SILKS
EXTRA OOOD VALUSS-rVERY LATEST WEAVES
SATIN FRANCAISE HiRh last, toft and clingy. 23
Inches wide $1.50 a yard
FAILLE DE SOIE Vcly rich and handsorae. at....
T. $1.25 a yard
BIACK CASHMERE SILK Hew, 27 inches wide. .. .
'T,i ?1.35 a yard
BLACK ARMUHE SILK Excellent wearing
'. $1.50 a yard
BLACK MORIE ANTIQUE All silk
$2.25 a yard
BLACK PEAU DE SOIE SILK "fard wide
i $1.40 a yard
BLACK DIRECTOIRE SILK Yard wide
$2.00 a yard
MONEYBAK TAFFETA Best silk made.
$1.15 and $1.35 a yard
BLACK TAFFgJA SILK Yard wide
$1.25 a yard
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
FEDERAL GRAND JURY
HAULS UP SUGAR TRUST
NBW YOHK, M.ir. 3. Hawaiian sugar men have bow been drawn
Into tliu sugar, (rust investigation. Acting on tho presentment of tbo
grand Jury, tho court today found tho American Sugar Refining Com
pany In contempt for Us failure to produce Its books and contracts
with fortj-four companies. Among thoso having agreements with tho
trust arc tile. Sugar Pactors' Company, Sprcckcls and Mho Hawaiian
WRECK BODIES BEING IDENTIFIED.
KVI2KKTT, Wnnh , Mar. 3. 1'hlrty-ono bodies hao nlrcady been
Identified among tho remains of thoso who lost their lives In tho
dreadful disaster at Cascade tunnol Tuesday night. Rescuers nro at
work night, and day digging bodies from tho earth.
FAIRBANKS AND EDWARD MEET.
LONDON, Mar. 3. King Kdwnrd and former Vice-President Fair
banks I nlked together for an hour today. '
1128 FORT STREET
rfents for the Hudson, Chalmers
jctroit, Kissel Kar. Oakland, I rank
lis and Picrce-Atrow.
Your machine will b ready fci
yon when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on antosj we repair
Von ' Uamm - Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILBIKG.
That Will Fit and Vear
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
For -Post Cards
Our new stock of
albums embraces tho30
bound ' in black seal
and burnt leather,
cloth and cardboard.
Full lin of sizes and
Preserve your pic
tures' by putting them
in an album.
105b Fort Street
Rare Flowers Of Japan
Are On Exhibition
S. Shoba. Sr., father of Editor She
ba of tho Hawaii Shtnpo, who is ls
Itlnir hln son hero, hni on exhibition
ha tho Art and Photo storo on Kort
street, below King, somu of thu finest
Japancso paintings that wero ever
presented to tho public of Honolulu.
Tho pictures, rhowlng n number of
taro flowers of tho land of tho Rising
Sun, nro particularly Interesting.
Tlit-y aro nrtlstlcally p.ilntcd'on dull
cato Jniinncro silk, hlch Is sult-iblo
for such purposes. Accompati) Ing
them arc Japnuiko letters, char.iUcr-
Irlng their makeup.
Since tho pictures vvcro placed on
exhibition, tho local artists hao been
fiequcnt visitors to tho store, and
muchly r.dmlied the woik. Offen to
pmchafco so:no of tl.o pilntlngs havo
been icfitEcd, as tbo plctuies nro not
Mr. Shob i, fir. Is ono of, tho cele
brated painters of Japan.
"Then," said tho optimist, "get busy
and polish up ono of tho dark sides."
. im m
A bowl of ere mi Is a cat's Idea of
tho lap o (luxury.
inuf;xtjrd f.'om pur 'ilrtllled w
tr. Delivered to ny mrt of city k)
tl -Cr ASM LtKTBiC CO.
itwiio Ditsnani - n
5 Telephone 5
C. H. EEIIN has his new 7-seatcd
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Corner Alakca and Hotel Streets.
Drltvired to residences
nl office t 25o tai
haudr-d in 10-lb lots
ir tcore. "
w U BARNHArtT,
S Mtrchint (it
HANDS AMD FEET
Case of Inflammatory Rheuma
tism at Portland That Re
sisted Ordinary Treat
ment. Almost any paiu orncho wlilcli cannot
readily liuu.ouuttdIor is usually claiisl
tted tn rliouiiutisin. Some of thoso aro
transient nnd euro themselves.
An uctiuil atUolc of rheumatism Is
very difficult to euro so that it will stay
cured. Ordinary treutmuut aims only
to rullcvo tho inlu uutil tho attack vrcars
itbolf'out. Then it Is liablo to occur
Jipprip I I'lrtRin Xjuguluuiduitmllj docs, year after year.
ill" I nfJllllltyi Ml Tho only lusting 'iuro is seonrod by
liLUllLil I lUHU m driving thu rhoumatlo jwlson from the
l sjntom .mil liulldiuguptliobloodso that
"The Best-Built Car in America"
BATTERIES FOR AUTOMOBILES
Union Electric Co.,
I. C. Carter, Proprietor
J, W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
.likSSSli -1.X X .& )t it tftt a n,
lly special rcqucbt, "Tho Con boy,"
will bo kept on for 1'rlda) nnd Satiir
dny oton'ngs. This Is ono of thu fun
niest films this huuto has put on. Tho
con boy rides nn thing they can brhio'
him, bronchos, cons, wild steers or
liurroa. Other films shonn nio "jTalcif
tho Autumn Leaves Told," "Tho Yel
low Jacket nine on Iho Old Com
ttock," "Tho Cigar Dutt I'lckcrs of
l'nrls." Ua Aha will do her singing
nnd dancing specialties, assisted by
Ilearry Well at tho piano. Since Bho
nchloved promlncnco In tho' Itutslan
troubles on tho'sugar frontier, scores
of Riisblmi emlgranU aro visiting tho
tho dUiio Is provoutid from obtaining
1177 Alakea St.
a ujw footliulu.
Tho euro of Mrs. E. Olscn, of No. 073
Uulou nvciiue, North, Portland, Ore., is
n good cXAiuple of tho power of Dr.
Williuius' Pink Pills In cases of rheums,
iImiu. Shosuys: '
"A fow years ago I was suffering from
luflnmiuatoiy rheumatism which Cam
on mo all ut ouco. At tbo time of tho
attack I was in a run-down condition.
My blood n as lmpuro and I had no ambi
tion tudo anything. I suffered from full,
nohliig pains through my hands Mia
fiut which soou bfi'iinio swollen.
"My dootor linncrlbed for mo and
scut me to bed. While thoro I felt hotter
bat as soon as I got up I was as badly off
as over. InfnctlbrramosomQchworse
that I was uimblo to oaoa my left lumd.
I had been coudned to bed for two
weeks and was greatly discouraged. By
chauco I happened to read about Dr.
'Williams' Pink Pills in a paper and
decided to try thorn. I felt better after
takiug the first box of tho pills and,
I ooutiuued to tnko them until I was
outirely cured. I havo nover had a re
turn of tho rheumatism."
Dr. Williams Pink Pills aro gnaron
teed to bo freo from opiates or harmful
If you aro interested In tho remedy
that cured Mrs. Olsmi, writo today for a
copy of tho now edition of our book ou
"Diseases of tho niood." It contains
Information (hat may save yon money
Dr. WlUhms' Pink Pills aro sold by
till ilnifFiftttji rti HI Yin ennt nntrnn M
You should bo ery careful, ou I An rocclrit nf nrlco.60 conUncrbox! six
know, ou might get IntorestoJ In boxes for 15 no, by tho Dr. Williams
jour nork and let jour plpo go out. MoJicluo Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Hawaiian Gun Club Ready
To Face The
Program ot the twelfth seml-an-nual
shoot of the llauallan Oun
Club, to be hejd nt tho range, Ka
Kanko, on March' C, at 10 ri? m.:
First Event RO-blrd handicap,
unknown angles from Leggctt trap;
entranco fee, $1. First prize, gold
wntch (Selby trophy); 2nd prize.
Thermos bottlo; 3rd prize, loo Pa
Second Uent 10 birds, scrnteh,
unknown traps; vulranco fee, SOc.
Prize, i:. O. Mall & Son Cup. Won
previously by J. Hnnej-, June
17, 1908; D. L. Austin, March 28,
1909; J. W. Haney. Juno 0, 1909.
Third Kcnt 110-blrd handicap,
known angles; freo for all; entrance
fee, 60. Klrst prize, putteo leg
gings; 2nd prlzcgrccn felt ehootlng
hat; Sid prUe, (lx mohths' subscrip
tion to Star.
Fourth nent 10-blrd scratch,
unknown angles; free for nil. Illrds
to ho thiown from No. 3 trap; en
tranco fco, COc. Prize, Walker
Chrjsanthemum Cup. Won pre
viously by p. I,iAu8tln, Mnrch 22,
1908; I. Spalding. June 11. 1008;
It. M. Whltnoy,' Mnrch28, 1909; J.
Taas, Juno C, 1909.
rilth Bont 10-blrd scratch, un
known traps; free for all; walking
match; cutr.inco foe, SOc. First
prlzo, shooting Jersey 2nd prize,
flashlight; 3rd prize, six months'
subscription to Advertiser.
Sixth Kvont 20-blrd handicap,
known nnglcs;clas shooting; en
tranco fee, SOctfrce Jor nil. First
prize, Martin Hep. rifle, 22 en!.; 2nd
prlzo, one case l'nu kn liana soap.
(I, b. Waldrou); 3nd prize, six
months' subscription to Hullo
tln; 4th prize, ono ham (Hawaii
Meat Co.); 5th prizo, Tomlinson
Members' handicap In twentj
birds D. t. Austin, J. W. Hanej,
I. Spalding, K. II. Porter, II. K.
Walker, scratch; II. M. Whitney,
ono bird; W. U. Wall, L. C. King,
two birds; J. A. Jlobb, J. Connor,
W. K. Roberts, three birds; K. I.
Spalding, J. D. McVeigh, four birds;
A. Waterhouse, Jlvo birds; D. P. It.
Isonberg, C. W. C. Decrlng, It. W.
Shingle, six birds; II. O. Iluwcn, 12.
Kopkc, eight birds; A, Ahrcns, W.
M. Vincent, W. II. Charlock, ten
Fifty birds, unknown angles. Leg
gott trap (doadr bird) Special
handicap. D. L.' Austin, J. W. Hnr
,cy, 1. Spalding, K., II. Porter, II. U.
Wnlkor, tcriitch; II. II. Whltnoy, W.
13. Wall, U. C. King, two birds; J. A.
Ilobb, J. Connor, W. 13. Roberts, 13.
"Wheehi of Jiistlco" Is tho now film
en ut tho Art this evening and denb
. Illi the nctlons of an absconding
hank cashier, sonio slnrp dotcctlvj
noilt, nhlch places him In the ,tolls
boforo ho can do any mischief. A
chaso of u launch by a motor boat I-
ono of tho exciting features. Of
course there Is a girl In It and sho
gets tho minister after escaping from
it Ian IrsW
!9-SnJfiy e distinction of being
ru .cofrectlv dressed in good style
is the keen desire of every
Clarion clothes pledge style
ifevIM expression. Every garment-unites
the best of material and
vJaafehip. If you would secure
the.xery...iitmost in style, tailoring
andW;ear that your money com
mandsxome to us and learn to your
own satisfaction that they are the
best for the money.
.. Every suit guaranteed to 'wear
or your .money back.
.IN. .it i
I. ;l' V null ,
i m JS5m mm n'i f v-' '
sB 'W''iW('sW mmU
.i ,, An
Country Home '.
1V4 acres at Kalihi' Valfey, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Iaeal
place (or a chicken ranch. I
Also 1.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Wait? Bid. 74 S. KinR St,
I. Spalding, three birds; J, D. Mc
Veigh, four birds; A. Wnterhouso,
he birds; D. P. It. Isenbcrg, C. W.
C. Dcerlng, It. W. 8hlnglo,,slx birds;
II. D. Ilowcn, 13. Kopkc, soven birds;
A. Ahrcns, W. M. Vincent, W. II.
Charlock, eight birds.
A medal will bo given for high
nvorage during tho day. Free lunch
will be served at tho clubhouse.
Shells may bo had at tho grounds.
Visitors aro cordially Invited,
II. D. UOWI3N (Chairman),
W. II. CHARLOCK,
K. II. PORTI3R,
Charles A. , Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
Ah Electric Toaster Stove
For Cooldnf a Dainty Meal Right on the Dininc Table
,,.,.,r;90iiAs...wiiai-AB -toasts -
""' "I!m:'ewrehlnt store for meali at odd hours, late sup
""pers; 8undar"'nisht tea, or far the siok room.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Seal Zttate Agent
1ST MZSOHAKT 8TBEBT
, lealrloneea on Beretanla Street,
anfl other property.
Now. Showing Big Line of
Victoria and India Lawn
Sale. Price, 7 l-2c up to 35c per yd
i im 1,1. iniiflw ' " .
lL.-,AHOY, Nuuanu Street
STUPENDOUS FURNITURE SALE
rOLLOWINO OUR USUAL CUSTOM. WE WILL HOLD OUR AN
NUAL CLEARANCE SALE, C0MME NCINQ MARCH 1ST TOMORROW.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORT H OF-ALL GRADES AND KINDS OF
FURNITURE WILL BE MARKED A T PRICE3 WHICH WILL MOVE THE
. GOODS AT SIOHT. ALL GOODS MA RKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOW
ING OLD AND CUT PRICES. ,
J. HOPP fe Co., 185 King St., Lewers & CooKe Bid.
OF WOMEN'S SKIRTS
Notice to the Public!
DHNVKR, Colo, fob. 17, Tho lcnsth
of women's Bklrts for. street wear will
bo regulated by law If tho Denver
City Council acts favorably on a sug
gestion received by Major Spccr In
a Jettor from ono of I)cner'8 society
loadars, Though tho namo of tho au
thor Is withheld, Intimation of tho plan
outlined has caused considerable un
easiness In society circles, whero stir
pilso Is oxpresbcd at this attempt to
curtail tho dominion of Damo Fash
Tho Maior's corrosnondont u?KPtH
that'on ordlnanco be passed limiting
tho length of skirts so that they will
not troll on tho sidewalks or sneep
oft car steps as tholr wearer disem
barks. Tho bachelor commlttco of tho
Council bavins under advisement tho
suggestion, Is being overwhelmed with
irotcsts by Ueincr women.
j : i
THE OFFICE of ' tHe 'HONOLULU CONSTRUC
TION AND DRAYING CO., LTD., has been
moved from its former location to the large, office
on QUEEN STREET, NEXT TO THE OFFICE
THE INTER-ISLAND S. S. CO., and opposite the
Hardware Dept. of T. H. Davies & Co. "Ltd. ,
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