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(UVWNIVn RtllLKTIN HIINCtl.ltt.l. T. It.. WEDNESDAY, MAttf 30, 19 tO.
Annual Remnant Sale
Begins Friday, April 1st, 8 a.m.
Thii will be one of the largest talcs of its kind that
we have oyer held. There ''will be remnants of
Silks, Woolens, Linens,
Lawns, Batistes, Repps,
Organdies. Poplins, Ginghams, etc.
Many of these arc Dress Lengths. Other lengths suit
able for Children's Drcsfcs, ladies' Waists and Men's
Shirts. Nearly all are new goods, accumulations of the
past year. It means that you will get the best at half
price. Mothers, this is a RAHE OPPORTUNITY to clothe
your little ones for little money.
COME EARLY AND PET THE BEST
"SACHS' DRYGOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Onnosite Fire Station
From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made fomyour own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the appearance of being Well
Geo. A. Martin,
INVITATION TO CITIZENS
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS ON MARCH 31ST, 1010
f We have engaged an EXPERT COOK, who has had long experi
ence in this work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to gain a reputation
for improving the ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business in this
All patrons are cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish,
ment, which is very neat and clean.
, THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 79 .HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT STREET
GET YOUR POMPERNICKEL AT THE PALM. BAKED
AFTER THE GERMAN METHOD, AND IT'S GOOD.
HOTEL, NEAR. UNION STREET
March Furniture Sale
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King St.
ARTICLES FOR, THE TOILET ARE HERE IN PLEN
TY. WE HAVE SHAVING SOAPS, BRUSHES, STROPS,
TALCUM POWDER AND RAZORS.
Benson, Smith & Co.
Tailor, Hotel St.
WASH1NOTON, D. C, Mar. 29. Representative Nichols of Penn
sylvania today Introduced a resolution In the House of Representative-!
calling upon the Attorney-flenernl "t the United States for data In con-.
nectlon with the arrest and conviction o( Vlllarcal, Magon ilnd Rivera,
who wercfound guilty of conspiring
tho lawn of neutrality.
Representative Nichols expressed
nllowlng itself to he used by Mexico
ha demanded that a thorough investigation be made Into the status of
affairs with tho view to ascertaining
Is being made a catspaw. 4
A Bcrlcs of mnguzlne articles now In course of publication under
tho title of "In Barbarous Mexico" makes charges that slavery cxlstii
openly In tho southern republic and
is this charge which moved Nichols to Introduco his resolution.
Vlliarnai, Magon and Rlvcrn were first arrested In n shack in L01
Angeles nn telegraphic, orders from the Secretary of Commerco nti'i
Labor. They wcro 'Supposed to be conspiring against tho government
of Mexico, nml they spent sovornl weeks In the Lor Angeles city prison,
during which tlmo they wcro treated lis martyrs by tho socialistic and
anarchistic elements. Later they were released, but were again arrest
ed In Arizona, and are now serving terms In Arizona penitentiaries.
At the time of tho arrest of the three men an effort was made by
Mexican consular officials to sccuro their extradition, but tho Califor
nia State authorities refused to give them up.
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MANILA EXCITED OVER JAPANESE SPY.
MANILA, Mar. 29. It Is said that one of 'the Japanese arrested
Monday while trying to sketch tho fortifications of Corregldor Island Is
the son of a colonel In the Japanese army.
Tho nrrcst'ot the three alleged spies and the confiscation of their
notebooks has caused some excitement here, and many wild stories are
drifting around of former attempts on the part of foreign secret scrvlca
men to tccuro plans of Corregldor. Most of the stories arc palpable ex
ANOTHER STRIKE THREATENED. "
CINCINNATI. Mar. 29. It Is believed hero that nothing short ot
the Immediate grnntlng of the demands or .the miners employed In thn
bituminous coal fields will prevent a widespread strike which will re
sult in the complete tying up' of the fields. The' miners have present
ed n demand for- n general Increase in, wages, and they Insist that they
will not recede from the stand which tffey have taken.
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BREWER'S BODY AT LEAVENWORTH.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mnr. 19. The remains of the late Justice
David llrewcr of' the United States Supreme Couft will bo Interred at
Leavenworth, Kan. The Supreme Court will attend. The body wns
moved to Leavenworth today. '
LAST .TIME OF
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ACT I "A MILK
Tonight will bo the last night of
"Shore Acres." cloning one of the .most
successful half weuks of tho season.
Tomonow evening the company will
have n chanco to display their ability
In Clias. Hoyt's semi-musical comedy
"A Milk Whlto Hag." This play Is
ono of tho hest'known and most suc
cessful of the famous lloyt comedies,
and Mr. McRao will give It an elabor
Miss Oswald, will be seen as the
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Corporal Curran, Company H.
20th Infantry, acting signal ser
geant at Kort Shatter, was repairing
IclephonoJIncs oir the target range
Mouday.""l,rlyato Neecc, who Is do
tailed on special duty as tolephono
operator, w'ob helping him do the
work., Thcro Is yet a great deal of
work to do on tho target range tel
ephone system, as tho lines have not
been kept In tho best condition uhicc
last target season.
Trlvate Oongoi, Compnny G, 20th1
Infantry, was honorably discharged
from the army of tho United Stains
Monday, March 28. Private Gongnl
has been In Company O, 20th In
fantry, for three, years, and has
spent moro than two years at Kort
Shatter. He Is one of Kort Shat
ter's best baseball players, nnri It
will bo a disappointment to tho fans
when they see the team, turn out to
play without Gongnl on tho h'cld.
Requisitions are being filed for
Issuo of clothing for tho quarter
ending Apt II 1.
Thero woro threo good, fast games
rolled at the post bowling alleys
Monday afternoon, the best score be
ing 20.1, The bowling alleys arj
not being used at present as 'much
as before tho handball court was
Corporal Nicholas, Private McCar
thy and Private Ilndcnhlmer, Com
pany tl, "1Mb Infantry, have Install
ed it set of telegraph Instruments
against Mexico and thus violating
tho belief that tho government la
to punish political offenders', and
In just, how far the United States
has caused considerable talk, it
American Widow, and will bo given
tho support ot tho full company. In
cluding a singing chorus of clght'glrls
and a bund of twelve pieces, "A Milk
.Whlto King" will be without a doubt
'the. biggest production of any so far
jWIuced. The usual matinee will bo
given on Saturday afternoon for the
Indies and chlmTcn,
"The Lion ami the Mouse" and "Tho
I House of.n Thousand Candles" will
recelvo a'tcntlon In the near future.
and nrn taking a few lessons In thn
system from Musician Lewis, who Is
a telegrapher with practical expe
rience. This Is u pastlmo for the
boys and also may become useful at
any time. ,
There were several good games of
handball at the gymnasium court
Anill Johnson of Honolulu was n
pleasant visitor nt tho post Monday.
Preliminary range practise will
probably begin bo mo tlmo during
next week. Tho drills for this wcok
will contlnuo as usual position nnd
alining drills and gallery practise
THOMAS LYNAM COOOAN came
to San Francisco a passenger on tho
army transport Thomas. He was
accompanied by his molhcr, the wife
ofa Quartermaster-Sergeant Joshua
Coognn of tho Fourteenth Cuvalry.
Thomas Lynam Coogan has yet to
mako tho acqunintaiico of his father,
for 'the sou only came Into this
world a week ago, suys the Exam
iner, when' the army transport
Thomas was on tho high seas, bound
from Honolulu to this city, and tha
father Is In the Philippines. Thomas'
yell was great, but both yell unit
youngster tipped the seules at only
live pounds.. In honor of both ship
and captain, the Cougau baby was
named Thomas Lynam. Fellow pas
sengers niacin up purxo of money
for the baby.
The Prices are
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The survey detachment from Wnl
inaualb arrived nt this post yester
day and will leave for their now
camp nt Wahlawa tomorrow. Tno
survey work at Wulmanalo has been
completed, and tho detachmonts
working In the mountains will close
In on the map of that detachmont.
The detachment will work from the
Aca survey nnd be divided luto ,i
number of BDiailcr detachments.
The handball games wero con
tinued yesterday, und the singles
are very nearly completed. Tho
doubles will bo started the last of
this week. First Sergeant Spencer
has a largo lead In the singles and
Bhould win on the present form
shown by the leaders. Tho first
game yesterday was won by Orat
from Ilahel by a score of 21 to 11.
Orat kept up his driving play and
returned many very hard balls ot
Uahel's. Spencer won from Dykes
Iri tho next game; score, 21 to 14,
Dykes has gone backward In his
play since the early part of tho
touniament, whllo Bpcncor continues
to 'play a Hue gumo. In the third
ganio Ilahel got his stroko back and
won from Presako by u score of 21
to 13. This game was fast In tho
beginning, and with n llttlo moro
care Prvssko could have made a
much better score,
In the first of tho second games.
Ilahel won from Dykes by a score
of 21 to 8. This game was very
slow and the sergeant did not have
to play his best bull to win. After
a short rest, Ilahel again went' Into
tho court against Hlgglns, and won
21 to 11. His play now Is such that
he will bo the hardest contendor,
with Oraf and Spencer, for tho
'.championship of the tournament
Tho next gumo wub won by Urnt
from Hlgglns by a score of. 21 to 17,
going thirty Innings. Hlgglns play
ed the best game for many u day,
and Graf had to extend himself to
win. The following is the standing
of the players to date; Spencer.
1000; Oraf, 800; Joyce, 750; Hlg
glns, 600; Ilahel, 600; Presike. 300,
Dykes, IflG; and W'.'.'.s, 000.
To Duty. ' V
Corporal Whlto of Company' O
has been returned to duty, from the
post hospltul, with bis company.
Corporal White will remain nt the
home camp. Cook Jaeger, who has
been on detached service at Wulma
nalo, has been returned to duty at
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this post und will' bo on duty a
cook In tho compnny. Scrgcnnt
Foard, from tho sumo detachment,
will remain nt this post, nut .leav
ing with his detachment for Wa
hlawa. To Survey. . .....
Cook Hacker of Company o has
been detailed to accompany tho do
tachment which leaves for Wuhlawa,
arid will be on survey duty there.
Privates Morrow and Swartx, both
of the sumo company, leave this post
with that detachment for duty.
Thcso men wcro both on survey duty.
at Kahuna when tho detachment
was at lhat point. Sergeants llor
ger and Hillsborough both accom
pany the detachment to Its ucwvstn
Hon, Sergeant llorger to be In
charge of the Instrument work and
Sergeant Hillsborough In charge of
New Details. .
Private Williamson nf Company U
has been detailed to relieve Privato
Swartx as post guard In tho lower
camp. Private Ludman has also
been datnlled on that duty. Cor
poral Harper has been dotnlled,
under Corporal Hlgglns, as overseor
of tho guard and prisoners nt this
post. Privato James Smith has been
'detailed in tho nuurtermuster do
pnrtmont on special duty. A num
bcr of changes In the extra und spc
clnl duty men In that department
are to be' given out tho lust of tho
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WIHKLKSS MBSSAdtiS rpcclvct
from the crulscrB of tho Pacific fleet,
off Santa llurbaru chunnol, report
thut target pructlse Is proceeding
with regularity, nnd good scores nro
being made, Tho nbsenco of tho
Washington, Tennessee audi South
Dakota Is felt by the officers and
men of tho California, West Vir
ginia, Muryland, Colorado und Pcnn
sylvunlu, tho dotuchmeut of those.
vessels cutting down tho fleet to fivo.
eighths of Its ordinary size. Hut
the eagerness of the bluejackets to
win the trophy Is said to bo Just nB
keen as though all eight cruisers
wero competing The ships will not
return to port for ubout two weeks,
THK HARK Andrew Wulch was tak
en In tow by tho Mntbon Tug Intrepid
at 5 o'clock this morning for Peirl
Harbor, where a quantity of material
for'lho new dnekH will b dlschurceil,
Tho windjammer will ri'innln iluwii
Ithoro for ubout u week,
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