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FOR SATURDAY MORNING
LINEN SHEETING Extra heavv, 00 inches. Regular
price, $1,00 a yard; sale price, $1.40 a yard.
COLOHED IINEUITINO 27 inches wide. Colors:
Pink, Tan, Oreen, Alice Blue, Light Blue, lavender. Reg
ular price, 25c. a yard; sale price, $20 a yard.
EIDEND0WN CRIB BLANKETS Fine Quality. Col
orsj Pink and Blue. Regular price, $1.25 j sale price, 05c.
CHILDREN'S HOSE Fine ribbed; nice quality. Col
ors: Black, White, Pink, Red, Blue and Tan. Sizes 4 to
G;t. Regular price, 20e. a pair; sale price, Wtc. a pair.
CREAM ENGLISH SERGE 50 inches wide, beautiful
quality. Regular price, $1.50 a yard; sale price, $1.20 a
BOX RUCHINGS While and colored. Six ruches to the
box. Regular 35c. a box; sale price, 25c. a box.
STORE CLOSES SATURDAY AT 1 P. M.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3 00. $4.50.
L. AHOY, - NuuanuSt
FOR TOE FACE DOES NOT FOLLOW SHAVINO UNLESS
A O00D SOAEJS. USED. JOHNSON'S SHAVING CREAM
LEAVES THE FACE SOFT AND FREE FROM SMART
ASK FOR A FREE SAMPLE
Benson, Smith & Go.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
WILL IT BE BREAD
INSTEAD OF P01
"The first thing we know soma fel
low will he coming forward with a
law making It compulsory for us to
rat bread Instead of, pol," declare.'.
Suj ervlsor "Dill" Aylctt In voicing his
opposition to tho recently Introduced
antl oxpectorattou ordinance.
The measure has keen hanging fire
for some weeks owing to the attitude
of a couplo of members of tho Hoard
Tlio appear not to huvo taken very
kindly to some of Us provisions.
Aylctt has repeatedly asked for
mote tjmo. far Its consideration. This
has been granted. Tho ordinance
camo up for a final reading and adop
tlon last evening but action was again
A pretty stlffenalty Is provided for
on Infraction of tho proposed law.
While It may pass, there Is suro to bo
one. or moro negative votes against Its
San Tranclsco, May 20. The Hos
pital and Health Committee of the
Uoard of Supervisors jesterday sus
tained he action of tho Board of
Health In refusing to allow Dr. John
Atcherlcy to practice at tho leper col
ony at the Ibolatlon Hospital and will
so recommend to tho Hoard at tho
meeting next Tuesday utternoon.
Tho action was taken upon represen
tations by the office of tho Board of
Health that Atcherlcy, without having
been admitted to practice in this
State, was administering to the lep
crs a remedy tho Ingredients of which
he refuses to disclose, and ulMupon
tho receipt of a letter from tho Sheriff
of Honolulu, written to Chief of Po
lice Martin, saying Atcherlcy had besn
there confined In the Oahu Insane I
asylum as a dangerous person to bo
ST, LOUIS, June 2. Former Governor Joseph V. Folk of Missouri
tonight announced himself n candidate for the Democratic nomination
for tho Presidency for 1912, making his declaration at ft Democratic
banquet hold here.
In the course of his speech he outlined the principles upon which
ho would seek the nomination, his address being enthusiastically re
The Democratic party of the Stnto has pledged him its support.
WRIGHTS WILL ENTER AERO CONTESTS.
"V, O, June 2. The Wright brothers, attrncted by tho she
of the purses being offered for long-distance aeroplane flight testB, nave
announced their Intention of Inking part In future contests.
The twoiity-ne thousand dollars offered for a race from New York
to Chicago and the thirty thousand dollars offered for a successful
flight from New Ygrk to St. I.ouls are tho Inducements that hnve tnado
the Wrights break their resolutions not to engage In long-distance
lloth Orvllle and Wilbur Wright will try for tho big purses.
NEW MAN FOR DEMOCRATIC LE ADER.
NEW YOHK. Juno 2. Wn.iam j. Conners was today retired as
chairman of the State Democratic Committee, John A. Dlx of Albany
being elected In his place. Thero has been a determined effort made
to hne-Conners replaced ever since tho disastrous from tho Demo
crntle standpoint returns of tho . rcator New York election camo In.
Charles F. Murphy of New York nnd his friends secured control of
the committee, and despflo whateor could bo brought up to delay the
meeting on the part of the Uuffnlo chairman, he was formally deposed
last night. .
AUGUST BELMONT THROWN FROM PONY.
NEW YOHK, June 2. August llelmont Jr., the millionaire horse,
man and polo player, was Injured as n result of an accident on tho field
of the Meadow Ilrook Hunt Club today. In n practise game, hn was
thrown from his horse nnd rendered unconscious. Examination show
ed thnt his wrist was broken but that ho hnd escaped serious Injury.
PEARY VISITS KING GEORGE.
LONDON. June 2. Commander Peary. U. 8. N., the dlscocrcr of
the North Pole, was received In audlon'ce today by King Oeorge, the
Itrltlsh ruler discussing with him the details of his famous oyage and
dash for tho polei The probable success of the Ilrltlsh antarctic ex
pedition wns also talked over.
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REFINED SUGAR TUMBLES. J ,
NEW YOHK, Juno 2. Heflned sugar dropped ten .poluts today, be
ing quoted nt $4.14 a hundred. 'w
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PAPKE CANCELS FIGHT.
LOS ANGELES, June 2. Papke has cnncelcd his fighting date with
TWO AUTO CASES
AT POLICE COURT
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Quinn's Case Goes Over
There were two automobile rases
on the police "court calendar this
morning, but the one against Tom
Qulnn, who Is charged with heedless
driving, wns not proceeded with, as
tho tftton.ess for the defenso were
not ready to go on with tho matter.
J. Llght'foot is defending Qulnn,
and beyond entering a plea of not
guilty, thero was nothing dono In
tho matter excopt to sot. the case for
The other case was that of J, W.
Santos, who' was charged' with hav.
ing drhen his automobile without
a headlight. Moior-cycie uincer
Chilton arrested the alleged offender
nnd testified to the fact that ha had
warned the defendant against pro
ceeding without a lamp. Chilton
stntes that Santos would not obey
him, although told a couplo of times
to light up. One excuse was that
there was no oil In the lamp.
Judge Andrade reprimanded and
discharged the defendant, and Chil
ton lost his first case. Chilton's
fast motor-cycle will be able to over
haul any auto In town, and the
chauffeurs who are alleged to be In
the habit of turning their numbers
upsldo down when 'out on n Jo)' ride,
will have trf bo careful In future.
Judge Andrade 'set 'the bonds for
H19 accused at ,256',r.w.hlcli were
Immediately supplied by Manuel
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Start Right by Using
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
Distributers Phone 22
Judgo Whitney, In the chll court.
Iiob awarded H. N. Nason and Com
pany of San Francisco Judgment of
$778.41 and Interest from October 8,
1909. against J. W. Podmoro of this
Tho complaint In the case alleged
thnt Podmoro had bought goods from
Nason & Co. to tho value of 11028 41
on September 24, 1909, nnd that In tho
meantime ho had made but two pay
ments on tho account, nlthough hav
ing promised more on sot oral vocca
One payment of (1G0 was mado on
Soptcmber 24 and another of $100 on
October 8, since which data nothing
had been received. . "
Judgment for tho balance due.
$778.41, was granted by tho court nnd
Inlfost ns stated. Attorney Peters
appeared for tho plaintiff.
Sing Chong and Company hai
conio forward with a proposition to
construct 22CD feet of Walhca road, I
performing tho work and furnishing I
tho material at a total cost to tho I
City and County of but $3000. .
Tho mattor was brought up at last '
night's meeting of the Supervisors. ,
Tho Road Committee will look Into
tho proposition before giving tho Chln-
eso an answer. Tho road In question
Is declared as In great need of repair.
WILL BE DISCUSSED
The six months city una county ap
propriation bill will bo discussed by
the Supervisors who will meet as a
committee of tho whole next Tuesday
A BChcdulo has been submlttod to
I he City and'County fathers by Chair
man Logan of the Ways and Moans
Commltteo. The accounts aro about
along tho same lino as thoso for tho
past six monthi.
Tho next regular meeting of tho
noard will have much to do with tho
framing up of tho appropriation bill.
FOR MONTH OF MAY
Tho city and county plumbing In
spector has presented a report show
ing work of that department for tho
month of May as follows; Plans filed
89, plumbing accopted 65, Inspection!!
mado 106, sewor connections 29, fix
tures Installed 311, plnns disapproved
2, permits: disapproved 2, and fies
collected- $160 50.
MANY WOULD VEND MILK.
Fifteen applications hao betu ro
celved and approved by tho Committee
on Sanitation and Health from, local
dairymen who wish to engage In tho
business of selling milk.
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Wc carry the highest grade cloth
ing possessing all the stvle and ex
cellence that experience and skill
can produce. We buy direct from the
manufacturer and are consequently
in a position to give you values of
unusual nature. The suits wc are
specializing this season for
are not only the best we have ever
shown, but they are remarkable in
many ways. You will have to see
these suits themselves to form an
idvi of what a splendid value we
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