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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 30, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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Good News to Housekeepers
Monday, May 2nd
BIO CUIS IN THREE ESSENTIALS
Lace Curtains, Bath' Towels, Bed. Spread:
Regular Trice, ? .85
Regular ' . 1.00
Regular " ., 1.25
Jtegular "' l.ou
Regular " 2.75
Regular " 6 50
Special " . . . . ,
Suecial " ...(.
BILL BUSTER'S LETTER TO HIS FATHER
Special Price $ .80
Dear Ta: I'm pretty tired tonlfihi all p1acd out but I'm the lint
nlcst miin on earth. 1 cot n Job nmt I'm tilum tickled to death nljmit It t
did n lot of tramping nnd got turned down In n dozen nhces before I
struck tho lucky one. Most of the p ople I -aw looked over tnj letters of
reference and told mo they would keep mo In mind, but I kept. rlElit on
until I struck Tho Honolulu Has Company. I fls all brushed up In good
shape, and I don't know wholher It as tho way I looked or what It was
that struck the head mnn.tliero, Ho asked 'me If I tho'iKht 1 could sell
gas. It was a poppT hut I came right back lit him by telling him I could
do nn j thing If he gave me a chonco to lenrii how. He smiled ns If ho liked
my style. Ho told mo to como back tomorrow nnd ho would put mo on
down nt the gas works. Ho said In Order for a man to sell unthlng ho
should know it from top to bottom and so I'm going to lenrii liovs gas Is
made. With love,
Special Price $ .80
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Corner Fort and Seretanla Streets Opoosite Fire Station
SERVE APPLE PIE AND ICE CREAM FOR DESSERT
AND YOU WILL HAVE SOMETHING; GOOD.
THE PALM CAFE,
WILL SUPPLY YOU. HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION.
UNDER THE' PROBE
CIIlCAdO, Apr. 28. A bribery scandal Involving the high ofllclals
of tho Western Indlnna Railroad, the 'Illinois Stnto Legislature nnd the
city council of the city of Chicago, ns they existed two years ago, has Just
been made public, and an investigation hus been ordered into tho facts
by the United Stntcg district attorney, i.
The matter has aroused the greatest interest, the stories In circu
lation stating that tho scandal will develop into something much mora
serious thnn the 'one In the New York Senate, which resulted In nn ex
pulsion and a resignation.
Tho charge brought is that In tho neighborhood of $100,000 wns
used In bribes with members of tho Legislature nnd city council to se
cure a right-of-way for the railroad. The action bt ought Is based upon
the allegations of John Ketzer, a former agent of the railroad company
nnd the alleged middleman In tho bribery transactions.
reiser is being sued by the railroad company for the return "nt
I&2G.000, snid to be unaccounted for on his books, Ketzer hns nsked
that an Injunction Issue restraining the tompnny from bringing the
suit, stating that a considerable part of the money was used to Influence
legislation in Springfield and Chicago.
KNOCKOUT BLOW MAY BRING DEATH.
SAN I'RANCISCO, Apr. 29. Tommy McCarthy may die as the ro
sult of n ki.ockout ndmlnlstcred to him tonight by Owen Mornu, the. i:ng-
lltti llcrlttwalivM Thn htniv rnnin In ffin Hlvtpnntli mnnif nf .whnt lind
been scheduled to be a twentj-round go, McCarthy's head striking tho
door with such forte that his skull was fractured. 1 (might it was
thought that the San Francisco lightweight was dying.
EAST AFRICANS IN UPRISING.
PAWS, Apr. 29. A serious uprising1 on tho part of tho nntlvo
tribes is reported from Nyns, In Portuguese Kast Africa. The liegro
tribesmen have raided tho white settlements, massacring tho Inhabitant
of some, of tho towns and pillaging and burning as thoy go.
Wo arc ever careful not to 'ir V-S.I i sMTVlWrr
overlook the needs of men . t dfVirggKafi b. E 3Mt ! 1 IF1
who effect clothes designed K VWrIJTtW it1 M teSUl
along conservative lines, but V,, )KK ; .yy J rgQ j-lL.V trK .
who, nevertheless, demand a , llv?H- T2 . WTM 5WW
certain Dortion of smartness WMr , 0J&7 'A W -'fv-Cf
and a v-orld of absolutely Rood 'Wifys'i&'&0 11. "fjrs . L
tailoring. In the standard I -V t , r' , r V vj 'f( i
sock we have a garment W-l s 'Js'ji J&zSZ-' jk A
which, while complying with if 'y ? "' &Es' luLS ,1
the demands cf the quiet !i" '' - .''' HmHH al
broad, handsome shoulders, a ife-35?,--:::-WB I " ' '
perfect neck, and is mnde A VT) "- 3- - ' I lid 1
from either subdued or -T. if . 5TK3S? ri" W.I Kila,
sprightly fabrics. -j yg&SgSS-s JsiMJl - '
SUGGESTION ON JECZEMA.
It Is suggested that cczma sufTcrers
nsk tho Honolulu Dm? Co, Port
strcot, of this clt), what reports he Is
getting from tho patients Nho liavo
used tho oil of nlntergrcen lluuld
compound, D. D. D Proscription. 1
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
18t editorial rooms 25 busl-. iTianK Iwikii "of nil sorts! ledgofsT
nets office. These are the telephone tic, manufactured by the IIullo 1 1 n
numbers of the Bulletin office.
TntorTalunTl and O, H.& L shipping
books for salo at tho Uulletlu
offlco, SOc each.
NEW IMPORTATION of WHITE GOODS
SPECIALLY - PRICED - FOR - A - QUICK - SALE - COMMENCING - ON -' MONDAY - MORNING
IN MAKING this announcement we are' fully alive to the fact that if there is one thing the average Honolulu lady
is well posted as to values it is WHITE GOODS climatic conditions here make white dresses so popular that
ladies are familiar with the average prices of these goods. Attend this sale and see how much further your
money will go than usual. v
THE ASSORTMENT IS VERY COMPLETE, the following are what we are going to offer
"SHERETTE." The popular Linen Finish Cambric in plain arid
checks at 12 l-2c, 15c, 17 l-2c, 20c, 25c and 35c a yd. '
FRENCH LAWN & CONFECTIONS. 46 ins. wide, specially
good values at 20c, 25c, 35c, 45c, 50c, 65c and 75c a yd. '
CHEFFION BATISTE. 46 iris, wide, desireable for Graduation
dresses at 35c, 50c and 65c a yd.
FRENCH ORGANDY. 42 to 8 ins. wide, always popular, at 20c
30c and 50c a yard.
PURE LINEN IRISH CAMBRIC, 36 inches wide, our owndirect
importing, $1.50 quality for $1 a yard. $1.75 quality 'for $1.25;
$2.50 quality for $2; $3.50 quality for $2.75 yard
"FLAX0N," 36 inches wide, in plain, checks and stripes, at 20c,
22 1-2 and 25c yard
PERSIAN LAWNS, 34 inches wide, much under priced, at 15c,
20c, 22 l-2c 25c, 30 and 35c yard
DOTTED SWISS, 32 inches wide, different size pin dots,-at 15c,
20c, 25c and 30c yard
INDIAN LINENS, 34 inch wide, best value ever offered, at 7 l-2c
10c, 15c, and 20c
MERCERIZED MULL MUSLINS, 36 inches wide, highly-firiish-goods,
at 25c to 35c yard
NAINSOOKS, 34 inches wide, our special import, at 12 l-2c, 15cr
20c, 25c and 30c yard
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH, 36 incdes Wide, sale price only, at 15c
20c, 22 l-2c and 25c yard
100 PIECES of WHITE SHIRTING and DRESS GOODS in checks, fancy patterns and stripes, at 12 l-2c
15c, 20c and 25c yard. ' DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE
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