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R7ENINQ. BtJIAETOf, HOfOLTTfc T. H., SATtttDAl1, MAY V 1310.
BILL 8USTE8S LETTER TO HIS FATHER
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Por Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
EMBROIDERY TL0UNCINO An assortment of pat
terns, 18 Inches wide; COc. ter yard, reduced to 40e. a
yard, QERMAN TORCHON IACE ZVZ to 3 inches wide;
fl a dozen yards, reduced to COc. a dozen yards. VELOUR
LANNELS Pretty patterns and nice quality) 27 inches
wide; 20o. a yard, reduced to 12y2c. a yard. CURTAIN'
SWISS White with red, blue and'ureen dots; 36 inches
wide; 25c. a yard, reduced to 0 yards for $1. TWILL
TOWELING 6c. per yard( $1.10 for piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS Allover Embroidery, Edeines, Insertions and
Beadings. Also a fine assortment of Embroidery Flouncings,
Ver pretty for graduating dresses. TRIMMINGS New
styles of .trintming for wash dresses, in pink, lavender,
navy nnd light blue; fast colors. LADIES' SCARFS A
beautiful line of Scarfs, in silk mull, chiifon, and crepe de
chine; absolutely the best assortment we havo' shown. They
lire in floral designs and plain colors, fringed. FLAXONS
We carry a good assortment of FIaxonsr in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
TVnr Patr-TliU wool: I have boon vtniMng In tho distribution depart
ment, where the Efts, nflor having liuon manufactured, cleaned nmt stored
1h larj;o tanknjor hoUlcrit rpailjNfor use, pnnses through this dopartment l9
fdrfe ma'ciilac1 llio- distributing juslns, Tho nyaU'ni iso.d here Ih called tho
nlRli pressure siturrn. nnd la Uin Jatcst and .moat I'.fflclcnt method known,
of delivering" gas to tlio consumers. Tour In,rgo gas? compressors take llio
rbS ifrom tho holder and pump It Into (ho mains nt .ten rtqumli pressure.
Thin pressure In delivered rlslit (o lip consumer ilnor, whera a small
niitoinatlc machine, rolled a regulator, Jtint allows jmmrlcnjt gns In pasf,
according to tho wnnts of each. In Hjine placed wliero tlioy linvo tlio Imv
prcwui's system and evory one In using tho pas at tho Bame (Imp, It fo
reduces tho pressure that no ona gels sufficient gas. TIiIh can nuvcr hap
pen horo as wo hrtve a pressure nt oirh house far In excess of their need.
You wouli( lip llitcrestcd In Wntchlim the compressors, Ihey work In such
n mnntlor that, without nnvouo point; near, they pump faster or slower ac
cording, to llin amount of gas IjsIiik used. In ease of nn accliU lit or
hrenkdonn, another set of machines aro standing ready tl start nt n mo
ment's llotlco, which mnkes It Imposslblo for tho city tobo out, of gas at
any 'tlnio. Next week I nm going Jo work In Uio laboratory nnd will tell
yon rill nbdut the tests 'Hint aro made to show )hat, the gas Is nil rltfht.
. With Inyo, IHI.l..
We want to show you the smut
tnes and custom shapes of our new 4
Regal models foe this season, i-ook '
these shots over carefully and
then try to find the equal of these
Regal custom styles anywhere -tin
in town. You'll search in vain,
are the only ready-to-wear
shoes at Regal
price that reproduce the
latest custom styles and
we are the exclusive lo
cal agents for this world.
Regal Shoe Store
King & Bethel Sts.
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
: Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
v See Window Display
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOE AN
EAOE, ONE CAN USE IT IN, HIS OR HER OWN
BOOM, FOE IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP,
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
TAKES OVER MUCH .
OF BALUNGER'S TROUBLE
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WASHINOTON, May 13. George V. Schwarz, chlof of thp field ser
vice of tho 'iorcstry bureau, camo to tho rescue of his" thief, Secretary
Ilalllngcn today, taking upon his shoulders much of tho blame, for things
for which tho Secretary Ii under lire. Tho testimony of Sehwnre war
heard before tho Unlllnger Investigation committee, this nftcrnoon, nfter
tho Secretary had concluded his own testimony. '
Schwarz stated that tho clear listing of tho Cunntnghnm claims was
dono by him tin his own responsibility, the Secretary onl) Initialing the
pnpers concerning tbb clnltps upon which netlou wns fo be Inkcn.
Secretary llallluger, In his testimony, ended famely, there being an
nbsence tcda of tho sensational fottures that havo made the imestlgn
tlon pno of tho affairs of pnramoun t Interest Here.
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RUSSIAN JEWS' MUST GET OUT.
rvlBV, South Hussln, May 12. Tomorrow sees tho resuming of the
expulsion of Inn Jews considered b y tho authorities to be residing Il
legally la this city. Thltf action, w hlch commened some time ago, has
as ct been nltepded by no atrocities such as havo nccopipanled similar
notions In tho pasU The r!ots of tnrco years ago will tnoreroro nardty
be repented, nnd thoso of the Jews who havrf persisted In residing hero
or wio have romo back In lolfttlon of tho edict that .proscribed them
will be .given opportunities to depart peacefully.
INDIANS GO ON WARPATH. . ft
BST LAS VKOAS, N. M., May 13. A serious uprising among the
Taos Pueblo lndlanshos broken out nnd tho braves have gono out on
tho warpath threatening to wlpo out tho whites In tho reservation and
In tho. neighboring settlements. Tho two troops of tho Third Cavalry,
stationed at l'ott Wlngate, hno been ordered to hurry totho pcene of
tho outbreak to proont n massacre, whllo tho local mllllla ban also
been nrdored out to assist In suppressing tho liostllop. . . (
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FOBMER1 GOVERNOR UP FOR SMUGGLING. "-"
NEV YO)jMay 13. J'rnnK Holllns, lormer flovetjpr pfNow
Hampshire, pnd his wlfo nnd son woro arrc&ted by The fcustomsnuthorl
tlca at this port today, charged with nn attempt" to' smuggle "clothing
and Jewelry In from l'urope. They had tho Jewelry concealod Jn their
baggago and had mndo a. falso declaration of nluo on much of tho new
clothing they were attempting to KH through the customs. r
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HEINZE TRIAL WILL BE COSTLY. ' . i, -3 i m
NUW YORK. May 1J. V. AugilBtua llelnie, tho capitalist, on trlnl
under a charge of unlawful manipulation in! bank funds, stntes that his
arrest and (rial will cost him between four nud five1' million "dollars.
Much of, tills loss will come owing to tho damage his credit has received
as a result, of his Indictment, nlthnugh his legal expenses will hehonvy.
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ROOSEVELT'S ADDRESS WILL BE DELAYED. ' j
LONDON. May 1J. Tho dollo ry of an address nt Oxford Univer
sity by Colonel Roosevelt has been p ostponcd to in unnamed date, owing
to the death of King Cdwnrd. Tho address on ''lllologlcal Analogies In
History was to havo ban made o n Wednesday next,
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HYDE MAY BE ACQUITTED.
KANSAS CITY, May 1.!. Tho Hydo Jury snent tonight lacked In
Its hotel, having failed to nrilve at n venllet. In tho murder case by 11
o'clock. It Is understood that tho I a&t voto taken stood elevon to one
for an acquittal.
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LANGFORD AOT) KAUFMAN WILL FIGHT. , .
I'JlIIiADKIjl'HIA, May i.i, Langforu uml Kaunnan hao been uiatcu-
cd for a twenty-round go on Juno 11 at San rranilsLO.
WE SELL THE FAMOUS CRYSTALBUTTEE
BECAUSE IT IS SUPERIOR'TO ALL OTHERS WHEN IT
LEAVES THE DAIRY, AND OUR FACILITIES ENABLE
US To' KEEP IT ALWAYS FRESH.
W. F. HEILBR0N, Proprietor
At the pollco court thlu morning
two hours' time were' tnkon up by
tho caso against a Korean named
Yeo Dong You, who was charged
with vagrancy. The man put up a
fight for his liberty, and Clem K.
Qulnn appeared (or him. Tho da-
fense showed that tho Korean had
Bomo thirty-odd dollnrs In cash, had.
a Job, nud was paying rent for a
The prosecution proved tho mnn
to havo' been a bar egg In tho past,
and produced his prlsuu itcord,
which showed that ho hnd only been
released from Jull Inst February, aft
er serving a sentence of onoenr.
A druggist gino erldenco, to tho
effect that tho defendant' hid been
employed by him, but as the witness
stated that Yeo. was working from
7 o'clock In tho morning till Into In
tho evening of May 10, anil tho pros
ecution proved that tho man was In
tho pollco cpurt awaiting trial at
thnt time, the defense was w,cakonod
Judgo Andrado found tho defend
ant guilty nnd sentenced tho Ko-
rpHE SUIT we are selling for
$20.00 shows what we have
accomplished. They are really re
markable values. We have reached
the climax of value giving in these
splendid Blue Serge Suits.
They are suits we stand back of;
suits that will give you an unlimit
ed amount of satisfaction. We
guarantee them to be absolutely
fast colors and not to fade, and
should it in any way prove un
satisfactory we will replace it with
another suit free-
L PBr BBBF sW sB bV
drink of the best beer or.
liquor con be had in pleasant '
surroundings if yon viit the
Co J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel Streets
Fint-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
1120 Fort St.
PINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS. ,
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rine np 107. '
i - FAMOTJS edelweiss
M IMPORTED CHEESE
1 Softbiel Creme
Brie, " Jyimburger, i)amenbert.
. Biercase "
Each the -most, delicious of its
kind. Small Tins
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
F. E. Davis, Nuuanu and:
Merchant Sts , '
Agent for Celebrated Ueata
rean to six mouths' Imprisonment.
Qutun noted nn appeal and his cli
ent was released on a cash hall of
., til.' V-jv.
When tho Matson Navigation liner
Wllhelmlnn nrrheu nt Honolulu on
next Wednesday bIio lll bring 7I pas
sengors and n mainland mall amount
ing to CS sacks,
Tho vessel Is reported through thn
agency of Cnstlo & Cooko iu bringing
twenty-four hundred tons of general
cargo destined for this iort.
After discharging her Honolulu
freight tho Wllhclmlna lll bo dis
patched for Hllo and thcro leavo sev
en hundred and twonty-flvu tons of
cargo. Willo at tho Hawaii port, tho
Wllhelmlna wll load n quantity of
Korty-two jiackages of Wells Turgo
express matter Is to nrrhe hero by
tho Wllhelmlna. '
TODAY's'AmtlVAI.S Included tho
Inter-Island steamer I.lkellko from Ha
waii ports bringing C528 sacks sugar
and G3 head cattle. Tho vessel mot
.wll( choppy sens on tha Inward trip.
! THn INTnilI81ND slcamer Cas
cade Is reported as du barging Kdier
ul caro and taking on sugar at Ku
kulhaolo at tho tlmq of.doparturo of
"""V. Honolulu bound steamers. , A .
Parisian Art Co.
op . Tn
Mexican Drawn Work, Consisting of Bed Snreads, Center Piece's,
Bureau Scarfs and DoiUes
Beautiful patterns and Pure Liubms
Come to this Sale. This ii the op
portunity to supply your homes with
pretty things, while the BRIDES mre
extremely REDUCED. ' t
BEDSPREADS; size 80x100. Were
S18: now $11.
CENTERPIECES; sizes 18 to 54 int.
Were $1.60 to $10; now 80c. to
$5.75. ' '
BUREAU SCARFS' size 20x54 and
20x72. Were $1.75 to $8.50; now
85o. to $5.
DOILIES at 25o. and 40o. !) ,
Sale Ecpnj Next Mondav, and Will Last Three Days Onfy
Our Window Display will interest you. Come early and secure
Parisian Art Co
Evening BullQjtiq 75c, Per month ? J