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SPECIAL MONEY SAVING PRICES
For Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
.mDIAN HEAD 33 inches wide. Nine yards for $1.,
TURKEY-RED TABLECLOTHS Size. 8-4; fringed.
Regular price, $2.23; soccial, $1.75. . '
WHITE PLAID NAINSOOK 28 inches wide. Regular
price, 15c; special, 10c. a yard.
ALPACA 38 inches wide; nothing belter for bathing
suits. Colors: Black, Navy nnd Red. Regular price, 75c;
special, 50c. a yard.
LADIES' TWOBUTTON SILK MESH OLOVES Black,
White, Orcy and Champagne. Regular, 05c. a pair; special,
60c, a pair,
NEW GOODS Wcarc showinc many new styles And
creations in Dress and Tailored HATS. All of the new
shades and tints, Something to suit ovcryonc, If you wish
a large, medium or small hat, we havo it. Also, a full as
sortment of SAILOR HATS.
NEW FLOWERS AND TRIMMINGS.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS
Oonoilte Fire Station
IS SINKING DEEP
BAN rilANCISCO, Apr. 25. It. 1'. lllthet, deon?o nolpli, A. A. Hrown
mil Will line Alexander were today mimmnned to testify before the Fed
eml Urn ml Jury In the mig.ir fraud ItivcstlKatlbn.
The summoning of lllthet, Ilrowil, Alexander and Holph Indicate
that the 1 eminent Intends to leave no stone unturned In ccnrchlng
the frauds to the very bottom. It Is believed Hint other prominent men
ot uffulrs Interested In sugar will be called In, nnd It Is whispered that
n a result of the authorities' activities aomq of the hlghcr-ups nro becom
ing decidedly uncomfortable.
In rcgnrd to what matters tho testimony of trio men summoned to
day Is required, the nutluirltles have not Inndo public, and consldcrabla
speculation Is being Indulged In by those Intcrrstcd.
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COLD WAVE DAMAGE EXTENDING. , Ll ,
COLUMBIA, AIo., Apr. 2ft. Fruit 111 this section Is a total loss as a
result of the recent cold viic.
JACKSON, Miss , Apr, 25. Thore Is an Inch nnd n quarter of Ice on
, tno river here, immense damago hits been done.
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GUARDS KILLED IN JAILBREAK. . .
, CANON CUV, Colo., Apr. -i. In a mad attempt to break Jnll to
day, two desperate convicts killed two of tho prison guards and wound
oil another, A wild right look plnco In tho prison jurds before tho mur
derers were forced Into submission.
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SWOPE WOMAN AS WITNESS. . ,
KANSAS CITY. Apr. 2ti. Margaret Swopn, whom l)r. Hydo Is Re
cused of having attempted to poison, was called today by the prosecu
tion ns a witness against her brothur-ln-law,
MANY GO DOWN WITH SHIP.
. ST. JOHNS, Apr. 26. It was reported hero today that tho Btcamcr
I Aurora bud sunk and that 187 lives were lost In the disaster.
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING GOOD.
THE PALM CAFE,
WILL SUPPLY YOU. HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION.
I " THE WOLF" FIRST I
Our Window Display will Interest
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and BeretaniaSts.
WAILUKU'S NEW CHURCH.
(Special to the Bulletin.)
WAII.UKU. Maul, Apr. 23. Archi
tect S. It. Dowdlo presented Ills work
ing plans nnd specifications fof the
new church of the Uood Shepherd,
In WulluMi,' to the church commit
tee lust week. They were approved
with minor alterations, subject to
the nppioval of Ills Lordship Illght
Ilev. Illshop II II, Kesturlck, and
sent' to Honolulu. Tlieso' will soon
be open to bidders, nnd It will bo
only n mutter of ii few months when
the congiegiitlon of this wideawake,
parish will sec the walls of tho
church for which they huve been pa
tiently uniting for years. i
"Tho ;olf," as staged at the
Opcrn Houbo by tho Mcllan Stock
Company' lust night Is by fur tho
best fir Its class ever seen In this
city. It Is back to naturo personi
fied, and even those who have never
been In touch with frontier life seem
ed to get right Into sjnipatlietlc con
nection. Tho scene In laid In the Fronch
Cnnndlau country, nnd deals with
times of pioneers.
Tho scenery of "The Wolf" Is cer
tainly n masterpiece of construction,
nnd the superintendent of tho set
tings deserves much credit for the
realistic effect produced, Tom Sharp
in the artist.
Tbu houxe was not crowded last
illght, but was lomfoitably filled by
tbo most upprcclutho audience, of
tliu season. Many repected culls
uero made, and in one sceiio the cur.
tnln was raised fivo times before tile
itiullence would bo quieted.'
Of course, there Is a love plot run
ning through "Tho Wolf," and all
hands required to make u successful
levo plot turn out as It should are
Included in the cust.
It Is safe to say Hint the house will
be crowded tonight, due to the re
portK ot those who attended lust
"The Wolf" Is on the boards to
night and tomorrow night, and on
Thursday evening Mr. Mcllae will
favor Honolulu with "The Man of
following Is the cast of "The
Waif," and although not extensive,
every one In It Is. well placed nnd
every word spoken Is alive and full
Jules Ilaublcn (n )oung French
Canadian) George Webb
Andrews McTnvUh (a Scotch set-
' tier) I-ouls Morrison
Hilda McTiHisli (his daughter). . .
La urn Hudson
Ilnptlsto l.o Qrando (n Hudson
Hay trader and Northwestern
nomad) James Dillon
Win. McDonald (an American en
gineer) ., Ivan Miller
George Huntley (his assistant)..
GOOD BYE DINNER
A. n. Jolinnson, who Is about to de
part for tho mainland on tils nay to
Sweden, wns tendered a farowcll din
ner by a few of his closest friends at
tho Young hotel Inst week.
Mrs. Johanson will accompany her
husband. It being on her account (hat
the trip Is taken. Mrs, Johanson linn
been poorly for some tlmo nnd n rim
abroad Is thought will bo most bene
ficial. A most elnborato menu vas served
nt tho "good-byo" dinner nnd whllo It
was being enjojed Haul's quintet dis
coursed tho sweetest ot music.
Speeches nnd ninny good wishes for
n pleasant Journey wcro features of
Thoso who gathered to participate
In the fnrcwoll dinner were: A. II,
Johanson, Johh Walker, John Onder
klr. Dr. Oeorgo Herbert Hnrry Oray,
Henry Davis, Clarence White, Oeorgo
V. Henshall, K, J, Lowrey, O. Swain,
A, Dloni J. Jeanson, Jack I.ucns,
Charles Lucas, J. K. Illchnrdsnn, It.
O, Moore, K. C. Peters. MnrHton Camp
bell nnd? 11. r..Ilertelmann. .
TWO UK OFF
There will bo quite nn exodus Sun'
rrunclscownrd tomorrow morning If '
"The Sturdy Chalmers"
This name was Riven the Chalmers "30" by a man who owns two
Steamers and two gasoline cars. While he doesn't own a Chalmers he
will some day. ,
Chalmers Cars are .built first for strength ; 'next for power ; last for beauty. The
first insures the endurance to go over mountains, across deserts.rthrough snow,
ice, mud and sand. The second Rives them the speed to go when speed is re
quired in emergency or race. The last enhances the value of the car as long i
you have it. Altogether, in either the '
"30" or "Forty" -
equalled by any other carat the price.
A Demonstration Will Convince
tho sailing schodules of two locul
steamship companies is carried out
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company
liner Sierra, with n shipment of near
ly thirty thousand sacks of sugar and
a quantity of other lines of Hawai
ian products, wilt get away at 1"
o'clock tomoirow morning. The Si
erra will curry quite a number of
cabin passengers, but will not be
booked anything near her cap.tcltj.
' Tho Matbuu Navigation steamer
I Wcllielniliui Is scheduled to sail at
the same hour and day for Ban I'ran
cltco, and Is Inking In the neighbor
hood of ninety passengers nnd .a full
It Is to be regretted that the
steamer bchcdulcs of tho two com
panies Is so nrruuged that both tlfe
Wllhclmlnu nnd tho Sierra are sail
ing for tho mainland at tno Kami
time. It Is understood that su In
dent alteration has been made In the
sailing dates to obviate n ropetltlc.ii
of tho occurrence.
HEAVV FIVE FOR
Touring Car P6oy Tpnnt.u SIWO
XMfeWr LlniouUnt II7M
luidt unvi -oupoiioo
This morning nt tho t'ollco Court a
Japanese chauffeur named Maankl,
who ran Into and knocked down Mrs,
Kulclulel. at tho switch nenr tliu cor-
nor of Ueretanla and KVirt stievls, was
i brought forward for trial. a Senator
Chllllnguortli appeared for 'tho de
fense, und (tut up a good fight for his
client, Tho witnesses for tho prosecii
I tlon told their story of tho affulr, and
there was no doubt of the fuct that
the woman was knocked down by tho
, Tho stand tnen by tho defense was
that Masakl wus not operating his
machlno In a heedless fashion nnd
that, as a matter of fact, ho was trav
eling at tho rata of two nillos an hour
when Mrs, Kalelalel stepped in front
of tho cur,
I Judgo Andrudo took tho stand that
pedestrians were entitled to bu on tho
street Just as much as tho automobiles '
and found the defendant guilty; a I
fine of $100 ainl costs was Inflicted on
I Occasionally n woman bus such a'
vivid Imagination Unit slio almost he-,
lleea her husband Is ,-is smart asihn
Again We Offer
"TC 7"OU'LL find it a pleasure to
do business here; not only,
because of what you buy,i J
but because of the way we sell it to,
The illustration is ol one of thej
suits we arc selling for ' ;
It is rich in simplicity ?.nd follows
the ideas of the high priced Eastern
tailors. We show them in extensive .
variety of the most pleasing patterns ;
your eyes ever beheld. 5
The price TWENTY DOLLARS.
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in the
history of our city. Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaim'uki helping to
make 100,000 American population. ,
The best recommendation that can be riven any property is the fact that it ii selling, that the
people want it, nnd that tin very best people want it. Our sales in the New Ocean View District
property during the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
bought for home-building nurposes after investigating all other sections of the city. We have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building summer and winter hornet and share in our delightful cli
mate and promising future. Our sales and the 'class of people to whom we have sold arc the best
evidence of our property's value.
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTItlC LIOUTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, TAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE.
' SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
We extend everyone an invitation to see our property and the extensive improvements we arc
making for the development of a residential district that will be a credit to any city, Take the Wai
alae car, and upon your arrival at Kaimuki call at our branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinson,
who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with maps, literature and all the in
formation you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; sire,
75 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq, ft. each. Our terms arc $50 cash down and $10.00 per month on
each lot. Call up telephone 650 nnd make an appointment with one of our representatives.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND K0K0 HEAD AVENUE
, telji the uclghbos ho Is.