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EVENING UniiUITm. HOlTOMrLTJ, .Ti'k'.r THURSDAY, MAtt. 10, 191.
Does This Interest You?
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ARE you interested in stretching dollars? If you are
this will appeal to you. It tells of some of the bar-
gaftis we offer during our
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March Clearance Sale
At this sale everjrthing goes at a Big Reduction to make
room, for stock now on the way. It is a sale of all new
first-class goods. If you have a home it will pay you to
look over our latge stock, for you will surely find some
article in it which you need and which you can buy cheaper
today than ever before. -
' We show twenty-five kindi of
Morris Chairs in mahogany, fumed
oak, weathered oak, and golden oak
finishes, and with different kinds of
upholstering. These are plainly
marked at biff reductions. A $20.50
chair with hand-made cushions at
Iron and! Brass Beds
$ 4.00 Beds for.
$ 5.00 Bed for.
$ 7.S0 Beds for.
$10.00 Beds for.
$20.00 Beds for 15.00
$30.00 Beds 'for 22.50
And in this ,proportjon a reduction
for this sale only of all of the over
200 kinds of iron and brass beds in
our stock. We have cut the price,
also, on bed springs and mattresses.
These have been priced way down
to move them. .Big and little all go
at great reductions. ...
', As the clearance sale takes in
'everything, it includes a good line
of office furniture. 'The office man
will a""reciate the' low .prices at
which these goods mre marked.
, Dining Set
' Sideboard, china cabinet,' round
extension table, and six chairs -
Mission style. ' The complete set for
We have piles of" Bureaus "and
Ghjffoniers which are being sold fast
during this sale, as we have made
the price low. Bureaus now from
each no. Seme fine 'sets of bird's-eye
maple, polished quartered-oak, and
mahogany. We have a big lot of
low-priced solid oak bureaus which
are very low in price. (This is a
good opportunity to fix up that spare
bedroom.) , v
Solid Oak, - $4.75
And a large line which eon&ins
desks at , .
In oak or mahogany, and from that
price up. Mission oak desks at
Arts and Crafts
, Bargains,;. ,
We, have, .marked down in price
every single piece of our large line
of fumed oak ARTS AND .CRAFTS
FURNITURE. You can .realise-how
chea" these goods are when you can i
buy a solid oak arm rocker from an
Arts and Crafts Shop at .y, ,-
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This is an arm rocker, is well made
of seasoned white oak and then
fumed, and is upholstered with the '
durable Spanish leather which does
not "stick'; in. thi' climate... The line
includes, about ''twenty patterns ' of.
arm. rockers.' many tables,' dining
sets and bedroom furniture. There
ate a. few pieces at least "of this '
Famed i Oak Furniture iri-"nearly
every' good residence -in Honolulu.
Several hundred pairs of lace cur- '
tains which must go. low prices on
fine goods. - This lace curtain stock
is a large one, and(contains a large
variety of patterns. Some venr. low,
priced Arabian curtains of fine anal-
itv. $7 curtains for
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OTHER PRICES W PROPORTION.
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REGULAR PRICE .$10.50
Do i6t wait too long. See the goods now while the
stock is large and c'omplete. ' This opportunity of obtaining
furniture at extraordinary low prices only comes ice a
year, as we hold but one Clearance Sale a year. ; "
Let us show you our .four floods of samples of good
J. HOPP St CO.,
185 KING STREET
Largest- Furniture House in the Islands
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IF you value the prestige which
wearing the latest styled clothes
assures, and if you require fine
tailoring and rich serviceable
fabrics, then you will appreciate our ,
They are made by skilled tailors
and the trimmings are the best '
money can buy.
The price of our suits are from
$20, to $30
not more than ordinary clothes ;
prices. Nothing extra for the style
i or workmanship.
W. F. DILUNGHAtr
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. It Is stated tJrnft' W.'-P, Dlllln
bam will sail (or the Const by the
next Alameda, which leavp. norn nn
flho ICth. '
Mr. Dillingham U at ibo head ot
tbo dredging operations nbw going
on at rearl Harbor, and In vtow or
the facta of proposed new appropria
tions for work at that station and
also the meeting In the near future
of thollousa'Conjmltteo on, S'aval
Affairs, Mr. Dillingham Is desirous
of 'being- on the spot to aid, so far
48 ho can, tho final arrangements
regarding tho appropriations made
ip to date, nndto be In 'touch with
proposed changes In plans of dry
"It looks to me as though they had
tpproprlated now all thc'monojywe
could expect to 'expend on the. dry
dock contract and the tjredgjng con
tract bofore the next Congress 'meet
o mako further appropriations,"
said Mr. Dillingham yesterday.
"Thcso appropriations, together
with what has been appropriated up
to date for dredging, will .amount to
$2,800,000 out of the entire cost,
which, was $3,400,000, lcsjvlng a
balance rtf $600,000 to ba 'appropri
ated later on the complellpn of tho
"On the drydock tbo presenton
trilct for tho 650-foot dock Is $1,
760,000, ot -which $400,000 has al
ready boon appropriated," and with
this million Tecommondedj by the
navsL conlnilttoe will ledTO ortiy a
smalrbalauce to complete-the small
dock. Tho, prospects aro that the
navy will InCreasa the size of tho
dock, and It will "require probably
about a million dollars moro to com
plete tho 766-foot dock."
COOL DUCK THIEF
New Models of the Famous NEMO Corset
NO. 405, WHITE COUTH For medium and tall,' '
j stout figure, bavins; the new nemo relief bands.
Extra long over the hips, back and sides. Price
NO. 403-For short, stout fieure, having the new
Nemo relief bands. Extra long over the sides, i
. back and hips. Price ...14.00
NO. 405. MILITARY BELT CORSET With flattening
back, for tall and slender figure. Long over back
and hiost white coutil. Price $3.00
NO. 356, BROCADE COUTIL Swan-shape Nemo, for
tall fieure. Extremely long over the hins and
back. Price j..:$3.50 -
NO. 200 Having, the new dress-adjusting device, a ;
metal tube to which the shirt-waist mar be ,
pinned. Price 82.00
an ma crPTT" iivnnnrtin nnnprn t, ,l. i l
. , mux -muv uuu iUAocix nvi vne saoir,
stout figure. Very graceful. Price ' 13.00 ,
NO. 312, BELF-REDUCING CORSET For the tall, '
stout figure. Price $3.00
NO. 320, SELFsREOUCINO CORSET With flattening
back, for tall, stout fiyure; white coutil. Price
NO. 318, SELF-REDUCINO CORSET With flattening
back, (or short, stout figure; white coutil. Price
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite lira Station
According to thej story 4ioJd by a
pako this mornUig In th fillet ot Do
tcctlve'a office, a sailor whoaoVnaniu
Is at prcscn,t unknown, Is about as cool
u tblct as has been scon In this city
for some time. Tho fchllianian stated
tbat his flock, of eight ducks happen
jod to waddlo across tho side w'aTkiJust
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us iuo uukiiuwii snitur caiuo aiunt.
Without altering hts.paco the sailor
Is alleged to havo bent down ami
grabbed a duck in cither hand. Thero
was not oven a quack from the birds
na tho sailor had them by tho neck.
Tho horrified 'Chlhepo saw tho wholo
proceeding and lotting out a yell; ho
started after tho duck, thief who beat
It up toward Anla Park lthh dnck
under o(ch arm.
Tho sailor was too ,qulck for tho
Celestial and quickly disappeared
piobably o boiiio placo whero ducks
can bo sold and no queHllona asked.
Apnna, tho CHIneso sleuth was sent
out with it witness who Bays ho knows
tho sntlor by sight, nnfl the chances
aro that that Individual will bo landed
In tho pollco station within a few
POLICE COURT AND
Chief McDnRlo has landed Yco
Chong Yul, tho Korean who led the
chief from plantation to plantation In
search ot alleged hidden gold, In Jail
for ono yqar. The man stolo $S0 from
a, countryman and when accused con
fessed to tho crime. He then volun
teered to show whero tho money as
hidden but ulwajs led tho officers on
a wild goose chase, Judgo Andrade
sent Yco to a placo whero ho. wllli
hao llttlo clinnco of biding money for
some time to come. 4 y
I.co Sam, an old offender nnd sneak
thief, nccnrdlng to tho pollco, was
gathered In by tho sleuths jesterday
and two pillow h tind a bag of rlco that
were found In his possession, was
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proved to havo been stolen from a
houso nt Walklkl. Leo Sam wjll keep
Yco Chong company for tho next
tnelvo months at ABch'H sanltorium.
Antono Suzct, tbo Polo who Is
charged with stealing tho contents of
the poor boxes at tho city churches
appeared In court this mornlnc but
nothing was dono In the caso and lt H
huh seni over mi iriuay next, I
eighteen Japanoso gnmblers wero '
gathered In by Chief McUtifflo jester
day and "phoney" dice was found In
tho possession of socrol of tho men.
Tills morning tho cases were all sunt
over till Frldny when tho ins and outs,
of tho matter will bo threshed out.
"Hurrah for universal secret suf
frage!" cried a llerlln editor. Well,
they placed him In Jail, that's all. ,
Wages aro higher In Ktigland than In.
Oerninny or France. ,
Modern Ideas of Comfort'
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
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