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SHIRT WAISTS Wq have Just received a large and
varied assortment of low! and- medium-uriced ladies' Shirt
Waists. These goods are the latest styles and strictly up
., LADIES' UNDERWEAR Our stock of ladies' Muslin
.Dmlerwear is most complete in ever detail. Should we
undertake to describe our immense stock, wc would find
that time and space forbade. However, we promise you
that we are prepared to supply your wants in this line.
NEW SI1KS Black Peau de Sole, 3G inches wide, fine
quality, $1.40 per yard- Black Satin Francaise, very rich
and graceful; Faille de Soie, black; Silk Cashmere, black;
Moire Antique, black. New Table linen, Couch Covers,
Draperies, Swiss Curtains.
DRESS GOODS New Batiste, Repps, Ginghams, Per
cales, White Goods. Gold. plated Midget, .Duplex lace
Pins, 6 on a card; smalL 5c. per card; large, 10c. "per
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
litJ.ME, Italy, Juno 7. A terrific enrthqUale n southern Italy and
cyclone In SiriUt In today- pllrd up another fearful list of deaths anil
properly louses for Ital. following close npon Jha loldgrfims from Na
ples tcJIIliR of a deslructhft earthquake centqrlnBnt, Avoiuno, came news
that the' Islnnd'of Sardinia was devastated at the sumo time, by a c clone
of unprecedented severity. , t
ill Klrjirwiu huuuii lliivw uinura pi avciiuiu, FiiMttit (uiiii uu u-
tljie ImH In relief of tho wounded nnd destitute.1 flie entire province
lifts been plaeed under martial law, and nrrangements tit the hurlal of
the dead and care of the wounded are excellent.
On the Island of Sardinia, crops, vlnejnrds and cattle were wiped
out. The terrific wind utterly destroyed hundreds of homes and farms.
Special military trains have taken relief to Avelllho, nhd the King
and Queen nnd military are now turning their attention to Sardinia.
Thousnijds of tho refugees of the quake and cyclone experienced the
terrors of the great Messina disaster and are panld stricken under ..elr
RAT and ROACH Paste
the guaranteed exterminator for rats,mice,cock
roaches, waterbugs, etc. Money back if it fails.
For 30 )TMn tk only gutranUxl xUnnlaator; roady for Immediate u.
2 oz. box 25c 16 oz. box SI.OO
Sold by dealers everywhere,
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO. - CHICAGO, ILL.
COMMANDER OF DUBUQUE MEANS BUSINESS.
III.UKnni.pS, June 1. Uoneral Hlvns today Issued a defiance to
the forces of tho United States which nro hero for the protection of
American property, nnd was Imincdlately given warning hy Captain Sinn
of tho nuiilio.it Duhuquo Hint If ho carried out his threatened purposes In
dellahce of the American warning, the portion of the town held by !iW
forces would he laid-In ruins.
Itllas said he would (Ire on any American Vessel entering the
Commander Sims sent word nshorn that If the 'American flag Is
fired upon hy orders of Hhns he will lay the portion of the town held by
Itlvas In ruins '' "
The Dubuque was sent here to protect American' property and citi
zens, ajid back up the American demand thnt a fair trial he given to
William l'lttham, an American Ldpturcd by General Madrlz nnd threat,
ened with court-mnrtlnl for trcat,on. i
Tho Duhuquo Is n small gunhont of about one thousand ton. Her
battery is four-Inch rapid firing gurs. ' '
ROOSEVELT SOON COMING HOME.
OXPOIll), Hug., .Tunc ". l.uril'Curzon, Introducing Colonel noose
veil todiy to his audience here, rehired to lilm ns n "ruler who wns the
most conspicuous figure Ameili;n had produced since Abraham l.lncoin."
The former Viceroy and Clovernor-ucncral of India In Ills Introductory
paid the highest (oiuptlnicnts to the American visitor, and a largo and
distinguished audience npplauded cnthuslnstlcall),
Hoosevelt's vol'e failed completely before he could finish his ad
dress, and his utterai.ee was Inaudible.
At, the. end of his address, Roosevelt was given tho greatest ova
tion within the memory of Oxonians present.
Tho ex-1'resldent alls for Now York on June 10.
IOWA DOMINATES INSURGENTS.
DES MOINE3, In , June 7. Incomplete returns from the Itepuhllcan
primary elections held hern today Indicate that eight progressive, or In
surgent, Republicans have been nom hinted for Congress, nnd three stnud
patters A very ucnted war was waged between tho two factions. The
result of the count fo far places the State In the'liisurgent column.
You can feel strength and energy oozing' out
of your pores with every drop cH perspiration.
Work because you have to. And thirsty!! Can't
quench it. ' You'll enjoy a delicious, sparkling glass of
'You'll feel the difference-cool, comfortable, refreshed.
Thirst delightfully. quenched. Now, isn't it worth
GET THE GENUINE
Delicious Refreshing Wholesome
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Bottled Exclusively in Honolulu by Hawaiian Soda Work
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In the summer, when a fellow is especially fond of spending most of his time outdoors,
there is a lot of satisfaction to be Rained by having light and summery clothes. The ideal
clothes for summer are "BENJAMIN CLOTHES." They arc not only delightfully styled, but
they are tailored in a manner which insures their giving splendid service.
ONLY FIFTEEN ' I
Hut fifteen minutes wore required
late yesterday nftcrnoon for the jury
to docldo that Ulsbop Esuito had
no rightful claim to a tract of land In
Watortowp to which It has been try
ing to prove ownership In Judge
Whitney's court since April 29.
The title of the case was lllshop
Estato versus Knlclahe In ejectment
proceedings, Attorney SUuley ippeui
Ing for the plalntllT und Attome Pet
ers, for the defense.
Jurors' fees In Uu case unount to
the neat sum of $837 nnd the land It
VfcU 1b not worttr but little If uny
more than ttiU amount. '
CLASSY BOYS' and
1910 N. Y. STYLE. UNION-MADE SUITS arrived b-
last boat. Also, a complete line of
SQUARE DEAL GUARANTEED HOSIERY
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Miss Hamilton entertained a num
ber of the teachers' at & ,ett on Sat"
iirdny afternoon In honor of Miss
Mr nmt Mrs. Klein entertnlned In
a noel fashion nt a "comet party"
on Monday evening. Tne guests were
Healed on n car which enubled them
to got a splendid view of the eclipse
nt tlm mnnn. wnicn toon ninco ai
S o'clock. The eclipse was not ijuuo
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tola), nnu oinereu irum m uui
erlliisa In that the moon looked' a
dark red. As the moonjiecnnie dim,
the comet wu8 clpnrly visible nnd the
tall was very long nnd bright. Later
In the evening n delicious buffet sup
per wns served In the billiard loom.
Mr. and Mrs. Elgin's guests were
Mrs. Dond, Miss Julia Iloua, miss
Carrie Uond. Mr. Will Hand, Mr, and
Mrs. John Hind, Mr. and Mrs. Ken
ton lllnd, Mr, I'nctow and III.
Miss Clark spent the week end
with Mrs. John Hind.
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75o, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3 00. $4.60'
L.AH0Y, i" NuuanuSt.
ALL HAND WORK LOW PRICES
Every article is handled with the greatest
care and the best of work done
258 Beretania St. J. ABADIE. Prop.
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