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EVENING BULLETIN nONO-UUJ, T. II., miDVY, JULY S, 1910.
Our Big Annual Sale
Is now on and such a
slaughtering of prices has
never been known in
The price of every article
in our big store has been cut
Everything marked in plain
figures and sold for cash"
This sale means money
to every buyer. .
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcretania
Opposite Fire Station
The Improved Tunfrsten.,Iamp
The trade mark that punruntccs the highest standard
of nudity in metal filament lamps. '
Enuals the STIRLING mark on silverware. '
The-Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, uninuo in Hi
Hsscmblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Fark Lilie, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER, Traffic Manager. Y. V. It It.. Merced, Cal.
FULL HOUSE AT
'Tho AstrouomT," lliu opening
iniihlcnl comedy lit Hid New Orphetim
rnenirc"iftt nigttt, was grletcd by a
trovtrtcd'-liciMe. "The" Astronomer"
Im plusslhftuns a whole and should
havo u successful run
Ktlicl Canflelil, thu tlollnlst, rurelv
cd n particularly cntliiiHjaMtlc recep
tion Inst night, lier playing liclng ap
plnn led generously
Miss Ellso Schujlcr nnd Olga Steck
uro clover iiml pleasing In their sue
clnltlcs. M.iudo Hockwcll nnd Cnilcton
Chaso hnvo n duct that Is Impnrtlculnr
ly rik)i anil which madu a lilt Inst
The New Orphcuni Is an attractive
playhouse nnd leaves nothing to bo
A NOTABLE CURE
Tonic Treatment With Dr. Wil-
izns' t Pink Pills Exactly
What Was Needed.
Mnnr isvmle who are In n ilironln rnn.
dition of ill health ically need nothing
more tliiui n toilio.
It Is the blood that it at fault and ulth
tho Vital lluiil scanty, lackliiu in ritluiry
or purity theru arc frequently produced
an slsrmlng lot of symptoms all of w hlch
mil disappear when the blood Is again
The name anfrnile. has lieen given to
the condition when the Mood li thin ami
poor. It Is a (I reek wonl and means
'Imply "too little Wool " The patient is
fatigued lifter flight exertion mid the
leant excriKi icsnlts in shortness of
breath. It is n condition which nlways
bilngs on a fear ol eoiiimiption and ft
advances so gradually Oiit Its progress li
seldom liotiecd until it is mil estate
The ono remedy for a Mnndkm con
dition Is morv blood. That is why Dr.
Williams' ritiic rills, the crest blood
maker, linu accomplished so many
Mrs. William N Ptnlth, of No Wis
llumlioldt street, Hcllinsham. Wash .
owes her cure to a thorough trial of Dr.
Williams' I'liik mi.
"About six jcars ago," she says, "I
was ereatlv ran down In health throush
overwork, I was unable to do much of
any work forvicml months and was so
weak nnd short of breath that 1 couldn't
walk a block without lcing completelj
tircil out. I m pale, thin and nervous
t had no ambition and felt worn out all
of tho time.
"I went to a dmaristi who was alo a
doctor, and. lie saM my trouble was due
to a lai k oi moon ana uiviseit me to try
Dr. Williams' l'ink Tills Tho pills
helped mo from the tint Uix and I gave
them a thorough trial. I wassoon strong
and well again and haven't been siik
since. I always recommend Dr. Wil
liams' Pink 1'ills to any person who is
rundown and suffering Uian-cof weak
or Impure, blond."
For such diseases of the blood as rliiu
Biatl'm, lumbago, ihlorosis, aftpr-rnVrti
of the grip and fevers ami general dtbll
ity, tbero is no more direct or certain
( urn than Dr. Williams' Pink l'dk
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggists, or will bu pent, im-dpald, on
receipt of price, 60 itnla per Imx; six
lioxes for f2.'0, by tho Dr Williams
Medlrlno Company, Schenectady, K. Y.
Customers who pride them
selves on the NICETIES of
dress find in our clothing FIT,
STYLE and COMFORT lack
ing in garments costing more
money. Every suit is cut in
conformity with the latest and
most approved fashions. No
wrinkles, no puckers, just a
smooth, perfect, stylish, com
fortable, all-round fit.
We can show you suits in all
the latest fabrics.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
The IMIle t.Soiilin lie of the Casino
Musical Comedy Co.
desired for the comfort of Its at.
The enst nml musical numbers:
Professor .lupller Mara. M. U D. I).
Venus Muis, his daughter. .Olgn Steck
Mrs. Moon, u widow ..Laurel Atkins
MUs Starr Monn, her daughter'....
i:ilso tythtt) lei
Kino or the Hulls.... Mnudu Hockwcll
Hcrschcl Sunn of U. S. A
Mercury, a trump. ...M arris McOuIro
I). U I'lauct, from Mnrs, I'a ... .
' , . .Harry Stunrt
Sun Light Itltn Abbott
Ons Light Vilma Stock
Moon Light , lloth Lang
Day Light Mary Alnslcc
l'svcho Kthel Haines
Star Light Lcsllo Cuthcurt
Klictric Light i:vclyn Shaw
Candle Light Gludja Clifton
Comet Light Hazel Hull
Dim Light Mazlo Neppcrt
"Marv?"...MIss Schujlcr nnd Chorus
"Aro There Any Moro at Homo
Mies Schuyler and Chorus
"You'vo Cot Mo Going, Kid"
...Miss Steck and Harris McOuIro
"Oood-lly, Cllrllo" ,
Curleton Chaso nnd Chorus
"You nnd I and tho Moon"
. ,, MIsh Hockwcll anil Mr. Chaso
. Man i Stunrt nml Hnscmblc
During the Intermission between
nets ono and two Miss Uthcl Can
field, vlollnlsto virtuoso, will render
"Tlo Your Little Hull Outside" ....
Laurel Atkins and Chorus
"Sllenco and Fpn", . .Harris McGuIro
"Lulu and Her Ln La La ........
Beautifully Trimmed Hats, ' - - " -$5:00
This is a special price lor this snlfi im ,,i.. ,
Smart Sailors at - $1.50 to $2.50
A great reduction in price
A Limited Number of Veils at - $2.00
Thestt are a particular bargain
Dunn's Hat Shop
Fort Street just
Miss Steck and Chorus
"Lute Lute, Always Uite".,.,.., ,
MIhh Atkins nnd Mr. (larrlty
"l.ollta" and "The Glowworm" . .
Miss Mnmlo Itnckvvell
Harry Garrltv nml Ohonri
'l'ink l'etll Trom l'cler"
Miss Schmler nnd Chorus
'To Venice." ,M.,.Klnnlo nnscmblo
A KaHe. f.
This s tho fable, of tho smill girl
who overcame all difficulties, and by
knocking (inn! enough at the singe
diKir nind It open in her, .
The small girl Is Miss Olgn Hleilc
tho tiny soubrcttu of the Casino Mil
slcal Comedy Company. Not long ago
while sho was with tho Kolb and
Dill forces at tho Princess theater
San Kranclsco, sho received word
ono flue day from thu management
that tho I'rlncoss thought It cou'd
reign without tho aid u( her llttln
toes and fascinating voice. Another
small soiibrctto had been trained b1
hlifll closed doors nnd slipped In'o
Miss Steck's dainty sllppors whin thu
latter was not looking.
Did Miss Steck weep? Never n drop
She went to see a lawyer. Ho gave
advice, W'h) shouldn't he; thul's
his stock In trade.
rollowliiK that recommendation
Miss Stock went regularly to thu
stugc door and hammered upon thu
panels with htr small .fists, Shu dld'ut
make a dent, but she kept on ham
mcrlng. In the pouring rain and when
the snow wns eight feet no. that
wtfn't do: there was no snow any
way, sho kept on knocking and tho
grim portul and thu portcullis did tint
Then her law) or took a chanco lit
It, He wont to tho Kolb and Dill
nuiniiKctnent and read to them n fov
sections from the civil codo nnd u
page or two from I'ursuus on Con
All this time tho new comer was
filling Miss Steck's slippers.
Whether the slippers' didn't fit or
whether tho. )a.vv hooks did! .nnyvvny
a little nutu was written Miss Steck,
Sho was told to appear for rehearsals
of a new play which opened with her
In the cast and advised that' her sal
ary for tho two weeks would bu paid
"Yes," suys MIbb Steck, "the moral
Is "Knock haul on tho stugo door
and hire n lawyer.
following thu success of "The As
tronomer," which Is holding tho
boards nt tho Now Orphcum this week,
"Tho Tlireo Twins," will bo given Its
Initial presentation Monday next.
"The Thrcu Twins," Is u musical
adaptation of Louis Mann's former
success "Incog," ono of tho bos und
funniest fnrco comedies ever written,
,t has been set to music and ..the
effect Is said to bo pleasing. All of
the musical numbers, dunces and on
ucmltlos uro to ho now and catchy
and hag only to bu bright along these
lines to make It ono of tho season's
Stago Director Ulalr Is having re
markablo success with his produc
tions und Is to bo.-roniplimcnted for
tho niannor In which ho staged "Tho
Astronomor" in the fato of clrciiiu
stances that humpoicd ever) turn
Theiu will ho a special matinee of
"Tho Astronomer" tomorrow after
niton nt which populir pi Icon will
NEW OIL WELLS IN PERSIA.
LONDON, Juno 2u It siems Hint
Persia must now he added to the
rapidly Increasing list nf oil proline
Ing countries, and In this connection
a corresKndent of thu Times of In
dlu gives nn Interesting account lif a
visit paid to tho oil Held In the Mai-
The Industry, though now- fairly es
tablished, went through sonle difficult
ilmes before It could bu piopcrly
started, In fact the syndicate eon
rerned appears to bnvo given up nil
hope of carrying UiIiiks tu u success
ful Issue, and If It had nut been for
their representative on tho spot, who
persisted III counseling n ikiIIcj of
periovenince there Is over renWih
to believe that Ilia enterprise would
hnvo been abandoned. However,, ollj
was found Just In the nick of time."
nnd not merely n trace of oil, hut n
rcguhii' KKiutlng Joiintnln, shooting up
high Itito the air Nor whs this nil,
for other drillings were undcrtuKeu
with the best results, uud oil wns
found In such quantities as to lend
color to the opinion that tint new Per
sian wells are among tho richest In.
world The ol Itself; inoreo'vcr. would
nppenr, on nual)sls io be of lilRh
grade and rich In useful by-products.
The machinery fs driven by a pow
erful oil engine, which Is to he cm-
tiluii.a Inter im In worklnc a dvnamnj
wlilch will provide electricity forvj
lighting and other purioses. ine on
1r- also used for cooking.
Vninmiiiitcntlons In the nelKhlwr-
itfu.ii tinim f-niinnml tn imilii trncks.'u '
Kind nt fur heavy transport had .tijj
lie constructed nml ono tins now uecus
completed 40 miles In length to -'nj
point on the Klirun river Just livluvvj
tho head of navigation.
L'AMPIIKLI.-In Honolulu, July 7,
p 1910, to the wife of A N. Camp
bell, a son
BULLETIN ADS PAY-CS
Closing - Out Sale
The unusual slump in retail business in this city forces us to Rtvc up. This is positively n
Cut-loose Sale, nnd will be the most reckless SLAUGHTER of our European and Oriental goods Ho
nolulu has ever seen.
Here ore some of our reduced prices:
Mexican Drawn Word tied
spreads at 9 each (wortn
Cintcrplei.es SUo ritxIH,
S3. 50 up; size l!ixl!i, :t up;
size 3t!x3j, t" UPi slru30x3U,
li no up
Scarfs, size SltiM, SI up,
Dollies nt 20c each.
lluttcnburg Heii'ilwiance Ied
spreads, with Hhnnis to match,
112 und SIS
Largo Centerpieces Sire
80x80. $7 SO: size StxM, S3;
slzo 45x45, S3.25; size 3fix3C,
11.35; slzo 30x30, 70c. i
Scarfs, slzo 20x51, J 1.2.",
Chlneso Tongeo Silks, ns.
sorted colors nnd widths, per
yard Ilegular prlro 00c, now
35ci regular priio SI, now '
50c, i:xtra wide, regular
price $2, 'nbvv $1. " oP
i:xtra heavy colored ('on-,
. geo-i-I oguliir-pflcji ,.'. now
i ,', I ),u,o ,,,
Ulg opiwirtunlty, n
SILK KIMONOS Ilegulur
prices i Io $12, now S3. 5(1
Clini'K KIMONOS Itegu
lar priio S2.50 to S3. 50, now
$1 IS to SI. SO.
Ostrich rcnthers nt Ku
Turkish Slippers, nil sizes,
60c pair. (
Kgptluii Silver Shavvls
black uud white, very heavy
from SB up.
1 leant I (ill designs of Silk
Hugs (slzo 9x5). Were S35,
l'ruy Silk Hugs (slzo
2Sx(ir,), Were S0; now 5,
Oriental I'lllow Tops Iteg.
Ailar price SI, now 3Sc nnd
Dig Selection of Maltese,
Cuny, and Torchon L(non
liaco at Sc, 10c ami 15c per
Ilegular 2Sc Silk Collurs
Silk Shawls, largo size
Itegiilnr prlcav. $3,25; now
Head Silk Shawls Regular
prlcu $1,25; now C5c.
Ilegular price $1.25, now
Ilegular prlrn $2.25, now
Ilegular price $3, now $2.
Regular prlro $3,50, now
Torsi in effects.
Cluti) Ii e Centerpieces of
nil sizes, nnd Dollies, nt a
Hcgnlar 2.1c and 35c Drawn
Work Hundkercliicfs, nuw 2
Yokos, regular price $1,50,
now C5e. '
HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION HERE ;
SALE NOW GOINrf ON COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST CHOICE
PARISIAN ART CO.,
FORT STREET HARRISON BUILDING ,