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EVENING nOU.ETIN, HONCMJLtJ. T. If . miDAY, ItTNE 17, 1910.
V. M. U
STORE CLOSES AT 1 P. II.
BORDEAUX LINEN For ladies' skirts and coat suits;
30 inches wide. Regular. 20c. yard: special 8 yards for SI.
CREAM ALPACA 50 inches wide: extra quality. -Ref.
ular, $1.25 yard; scc.'al, $1 yard.
IRON FRAME BLACK ALPACA 50 inches wide, very
heavy. Regular, ?1.75 yanlj special, S1.35 yard.
FINE, WHITE LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELINO 20
Inches wide. Rejrular, 35c. yard; special, 25c. yard.
CREAM, BUTCHER LINEN SUITING 38 inches wide;
splendid value. Regular. 50c. yard; special, 35c. yard.
. 'LADIES'WHITE MUSLIN PETTICOATS With hem
stitched, tucked lawn flounces; exceptional, value. Regu
lar, $1; special, 70c.
ALL-SILK WASH RIBBONS No. 1, regular 60c. pc.,
special 30c; No. W, rcmilar COo. pa, snccial 40c; No.
2, regular 75c. po., special GOc: No. 3. regular 00c. no,
special 70c; No. 5, regular $1.25 po, special, 00. All
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Onnosite Fire Station
tliey will, nblnln better edit-
'I lie ilholn will lie placed In
Brown & Lyon Co. s I
. Results of Contest as follows :
SldNA WIKANDER, High School ninety-eight, first prize,
set of Appleton's New Encyclopedia.
Amelia orote, High 'school, and pauline Williams;
Central Qrammar School, each ninety seven, second
prize, of fifteen dollars ($15.00) "cash, divided equally.
' ELBERT P.' TUTTLE, Punahou Preparatory and KIKU
OKAMURA, Central Qrammar School, each ninety-six,
third prize, of ten dollars ($10 00) cash, divided
MALCOLM TUTTLE, Punahou Breparatorv, and ETHEL
JAMES, High School, each ninety-five, fourth prize, of
five dollars ($5.00) cash, divided eq'ually
The following all secured a fifth prize of a credit of
l.1ve dollars ($5.00) each on a set of Appleton's New
Practical Encyclopedia, price thirty dollars ($30.00), or
any set of equal or grjatcr value in our stock.
Min Him Le 04
Duke Rodriques 03
Tajiro Miyahara ,... ...DO
Oliyira Marques -89
Howard Chu Timing ....,88
Taiichiro Miyahara 87
Harold C. Wong .'..'... .t. 87
Helenc von Arnswaldt ,..87
Helen Colhurn 70
Willie Gnnnberg 77
Clara Ingalls 74
Antone Tcxira 05
Alvin K. Swinton .......41
Thurston Taylor 80
Willie Harris Jr 07
T.nni TinltKr RR IS
Madcllcine 0. Smith ...85
Charles Ontcong Lcc...84
Philip Ovcuilcn 83
Thclma Murphy , 82
Hiro Miyahara ...... ..82
Edith D. Kola .-82
Jeanne Macy ,.81
Lam Tin 78
Nellie Choy Wong ....74
Lc Roy Bush 65
Jack Lcc ....01
Special Neckwear Sale for This
HIOU ORADE SILK TOUR-IN HAND
'' Regular 75c. and $1 Goods Sold for 50c.
'- ALE KINDS OF NECKTIES AT CUT PRICES
See Our Window Disnlay
New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHING SUITS in
Wool and Cotton.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
SI a Year
Send Greetings To Their
School Friends At
HONl'At'O, Hawaii, June 1 1.
The stuilcnU of the Knniehanioln
Sellouts wlin had ptc lounty attended
Who llommpo school 5 ears ago, il ti
ckled to tend a beautiful photograph
containing their onn pictures ns nl
gilt to the leathers ami children of
that Bchool. The picture wus nc
oninmilcd by n letter written by
them., It whs ghen lo Miss llcrnlie
Dawson, who 011 her arrival In Ho
fiiiiipo handed It lo Mr. Moses Mala-
liana, principal of tho school. The
content bf tho letter U ns follows:
Honolulu, T. II., Juno .1. ID 10.
We, jour pupil', hero lu Knino
hamelm Schools, nro tend 1 11 k thl?
beautiful Rift to 5011 ns a present for
tho school. Wo havo discussed to
gether what wo send homo in order
to cultlv.ito mhiio hind of Interest
In tho children at home. Wo lliltik
that It Ik a cry like thine tn have
the children nee our plctttru nnd com
ptro tho (inference between their
hono life In tho country with the
lire hero In the Knmchnnicha
School, nnd tiinj prohahl) olitntti n
chanco (0 111 iko up their mind to nt
tend thn Knmeliamehn S'hools tome
time In tho future While. o nro
here, of toursc, wo ore still thinking
of odr old school dais, our school
unites, mid tho quiet life In tho
country. We had learned n great
deal fron jour Behoof, whero w
first had a little education. Wo
thnnk J 011 or) muih for jour kind
lief 3 for sending nil of us hero tn
get better education. We are hav
ing much pleasure here In school,
unit training nurscUcs with work
nnd studies Vo are not perfect In
everything, nnd make lots of mis
takes, but we nro trying hard to
oven 01110 our habit. Wn nro also
trending jou some notes telling about
Hie beau tl Till life of .Mrs. Ilernlce
I'liiinhl IIIhIuip nnd also what wo are
doing here In school with our work
and BtaidleM. I'luist read tha fore
going loiter to our schoolmates, hop
lnr thev will nil enjoy lo hear It
In clivlug this letter no wish
very much to glvo our best regards
In jou and tho .children.
Wo are, jour dear children, Miss
Kmmi Mnlnkntta. Miss llnssle Main
kaun, Miss Snriih Mnlikimn, .Mnsler
Moses K. M.ilnknin, Muster .Imiies
A 1. Into, Muster Atcong Aknuii, Mas
tcr Clement Akniia. '
lloniiapn, Kau, June 3, 1910.
My Dear Loving Children: Yours
of tho 3id lust, received with pleas
ure. Tho beautiful photo which you
rent as gift for the dear llonunpo
school chlldien also received In good
order. I have read jour most lov
ing favor from the starting with
great Interest nnd pleasure. This
pkturo I believe will speak for 11-
Eclf some Idea tn tho children tnnt
they nl'I irj bard to attend tho Ka-
meliutiifha Schools in tho future,
school where every child can see It.
In bclnlf of tho school chlldien of ,
llonunpo, let me express my heirty j
appreciation totvnrd you for send
ing us this beautiful gift. We nrc,
HONIJAPO SCIJOOIj CtllLDRKN.
v PeriMOSKS' MAI.AKAUA,
Principal JUinunpo Sqlidoi, ,
VALLEY SCHlJOt ,
Closing exercised nt Valley scliool
jestcrday draw n largo crowd of par
ents nnd friends of the children who
took part In the exercises.
Tho program consisted of n presen
tation of Hiawatha and nftcrwnrd an
Kugcno Held exercise. In both parts
of tho program thoso who took part
won enthusiastic npplnuso from tho
Thoso who took part In Hlawntlm
Hiawatha, tho Child
Hiawatha, tho Youth
Hiawatha, the Young Mnn
.N'okomls v.... Muriel Davlcs
Minnehaha . . Marjorlo Ilootb
Messenger Donald Young
Arrow maker ........ Itonald Hlgglns
lagoo Ansel Kinney
Miidjlkccwls Bam Wilder
Kwnslnd . ..., Trederlck Watorhoiisn
Priest Arthur Cannon
Dcrmol Stanley, ltobcrt Molt-Smlth,
llgb Wnterhousc, Douglas Simp
son, Ilert Lord.
In the Hugcno Field oxcrclso there
were tho following:
Sliudlo Shoon .... Harvey Hitchcock
Ainhrr tacks ..v. Leigh Wntcrhoiise
Hock-n-Ily Lady ... Miriam Ovcnden
Wynkcn , Ilabs l'ocke
Dlynkcn Carol Mooro
Nod Peggy Wilder
Kcalohn Waterhouso, Amy Water
house, Allco Moore, Marjorlo Ilooth
Plnynmtes'froui flood Children
Klleen Stanley, Muriel Wakelleld,
Dorothy Wnldron, Ansel Kinney,
ltodger Simpson, liouglas Simpson,
Knnn Cunt. Knlulnnl Tullett. Ilert
Lord, l'rederlck Wntcrhoiise, Don-
nld Young, Artluir Cannon, ltobert
Mott-Smlth, Itonald Hlgglns, Mur
iel ,Davlos: nlckt(on Hitchcock, Iter
mot Stanley. Snm Wilder.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Kauai.
SW'ly side Wulniea liny Mnknw ell
lleef Uuoy, established. Juno 15.
lain, nlHlclaH can buoy painted red.
to bo known as "MnkawylJ(Ieef lluoy."
wns estnbllslKsl Itr fill feet df water to
mark the outer edge uf tho reef which
projects nbout 15 ltf tulle from shore
orr .Miiknwitll, easterly sldo Vf ap
pronch to Walniea. It must bo left
on tho starboard hand in approaching
tho anchorage for Wnltuea nnd ves
sels should not pattj Inshore of It. A
red mm lino) numbered 2, wilt lit
substituted for this enn buoy ut the
Mukuwell Mill Stuck. 11(1 deg. 3d
mln. true (E by S mug,)
Kekaha Mill Stack. 322 deg , 00 mln
true (NW B-lfi W mag)
Walniea Mill Stacks35rt deg, 00 mln.
(N'by W U W. mag)
This is the expression we Have from.all who have viewed our
new arrivals in the NEW, SMART SPUING, STYLES. Newness
and beauty in footwear were never more evident.
-In the new short-vamp patterns. Pat
ent leather vamps and cloth tons:
others of dull kid with kid tops; still
others made of all Cravenettc'cloh.
Style 'ustMike cut. Price
$4.50 and $5.00
Without straps; "no bulBing," "no
slipping." Made in Black or White
Suede, slightly extended soles, Cuban
heels. They fit the arch and. clintr
at the heel. Style just as cut. The
Made of Bright Patent Colt Skin,
Black Suede and Sea Island Buck;
plain dress toes, Cuban heels. Just
enough trimming to show class;
walking weights. Priced exception
ally low. The pair
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Lid., 1051 Fort St.
. ; "i
Correct Clothes for Men
The newest New York Fashions both' "conservative" and
"extreme" are beautifully portrayed in
Hl v Ml
ssslLiBaB0' A f
when you ItVe it out of i 'Lron.
id Cletulle' IWiig'ttlot. Tho
porccltin lining and pctfect tarn
tiry conUruclion do wi)f with
II cKncti for th ccumu!ilon of
dirt mi offenuve odori,
has th f tmout runo wtll conttruo
ton which Lcepi Ihs cold ir in
and tho warm air out. If you
vr'uh every arUcle of food lo coma
out of your refrigerator ai iwect
and wholeiome at when it went
Jin, then bujr a (amoui 'Leonard
Cteanable. We are local agenti
and have a full line ready for
your mipoction. Cvery one
H. HACKFELD & CO.
ItEGAT. SHOE CO
King uud Bethel.
Warrants were Untied llilit nfler
noon for tho urreat of to nohllcrfl
from Tort Shatter, wlio nrc nllfRnI to
liiivo liuUly nnmiulterl nml rolibvil u
nomnn wlio 'renlilca nt Iwllrl One
of tho KolillerH, V. White, vsns nr
rcsted by Chlif JlcDudlu tliln inorn
Inp nntl he is charged "Hli nisault
and rolhory. Tho other tnnn, C.
Dunce, is at present In tho mltltnry
liospltnl, hut us puDii as IiIh Illness is
pail ho nlll bo taken Into custody.
WhlU) will hno to, niicar In court
louiorrow niornlnr;, mid ho will Ret u
i.oero Eontcnco If comlclod, iih tho
woman naa dadl)- cut and bruised by
tho men who assaulted and robbed
ei'iilni; of Juno -2. and of tbo Nor
mal scliool for the evening of Jiifio
The hcIiooI yotr 100U-1U10 totue In
tin end on Juno 24. and thero Afll bo
a lotiR vncntlnn for (eaelmrs an I I'ti-
plls until tho llmt urck In beiember.
In er-Inl.ttid and O, It. . I. shliiiili;
bixiks for sale ut tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
iffiro BOo ench.
.Next week the graduations in the
different public school h of tho Terri
tory will occur, tho majority of them
taking place on tho closing day, I"ri
dliy, Juno 24.
In the cusoh of tho Illgli and Nor
mal schools In Honolulu (heir gradu
ating exorcises will bo held during
tho earlier purt of tho week, that: of,
mo jiirii 8i a oo i uciug set lor tlm
No. 1 A
One cf the most rcmark
blc caircias ever built.
Epced up to M000 of a
PRICE, with Zeiss anastig
Picturcs 2'2x4'!i inches,
mat Lens ?G0
We also have Qraflox Cameras.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT. NEAR HOTEL
Are what you want in jour fuel, and
what you get in the COAL and WOOD
Honolulu Coustruotion & .Draying Co.,
Office Queen Strict, next to Inter-Islaml Co.'s Office,