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AT THE BIG SALE ;
Store packed from morning- until night; and no won-1'
der, considerin the wonderful cut in prices of everything. '
Bcjow we make mention of a few items to give you an idea1
of wliat we aro doinir.
LADIES' WHITE WASH SILK PRINCESS GOWNS
Beautifully trimmed. $30 reduced to $18; $35 reduced to
SILK AND WOOL CREPE DRESS PATTERNS Beau
tiful qualitv. Colon; Gray, Green, Brown and Navy. $10
reduced to $10.50.
APPLIQUE LACES White and Ecru. 20c, 25c, 35c,
reduced to 10c a yard.
Odd Pieces of Hand-Embroidered GRASS LINEN, very
Neither time nor spate wjll allow of our quoting prices
on the many thousands of articles wc arc offering at these
STORE WILL CLOSE AS USUAL AT 1 O'CLOCK
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Tire Station
IN JAIL BREAK
l. Ui l(Ji-
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
Is tiic most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled asa food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample! (fee lo Physicians and Brugftiti.
At alt Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racine, Wis., U. S. A.
Plarf PdtUy-' Carried
:.. Out; MeifArc
The Improved Tungsten Lamp r "
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality in metal filament lamps.
Errjals the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic' Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in its
asscmblancc 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 Line, con
nccts at Merced with Southern Facillo and Santa Fc.
0 W. LEHMER. TrafQo Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced, CaM
HIM), Hawaii, July 8. A wholesale
Jallbrenk wiib plotted In tlio llllo Jail
Inst Sunday week according to tho In
formation obtained by Deputy Shorlft
Poller, aftci ho and tils men had cap
tilled threo Filipinos who broku nvvay
fiom the quarry Kane last Tuesday
afternoon. While Fetter lias not been
ablo to get the full details uulni: to
tho leluctanco which tho men Involv
ed havo In talking, ho has learned
enough to show that n plot of tho
most wldeiprcnil character win In
It appears that on tho Sunday in
question, during tho noonday lueul,
tho seventeen or eighteen Filipinos
whojiere thru prisoners In the Jail,
nad somo trotiblo with Guard Prank
domes, Soiuo say that Oomes struck
ono of tho prisoners, whllo others Bay
thai he did tint. At all cvoiili the
Flllpluos became Incensed, and In tho
afternoon thoy held u gonernl Indigna
tion meeting In tho lard Hero It
was decided that a general break for
llbert) fhould be made from tho quar
tho following day. It wat ar
ranged that the ringleader, ono Un
man, should point out ono or his fel
low prisoners, and the man so se
lected cliotilit knock the guard down
with a hammer, whereupon all tho
I-lllpinos wero to break for the oticn
tountiy. having flrM. taken the guird's
revolver from him They wero to
leave tho quarry In various directions
so as to bumper their tiursuors. but
the understanding vvas that tho fol
lowing morning they should alt nsscin
bio Ik hind tho Wnlakea Mill camp
when fin (her arrangements would be
Tho following day, Monday, wns a
holiday, and as n conequenco the
prisoner ,w ere not taken out to the
thrlr plot linrtly Into effect. Itamoir
do hi Cruz struck thu guard with n
hammer, ami knocked him out, though
It is not known whether ho did so
on a signal from It.imnti or whether
ho Old so on his own account. Itamon
and two, other Filipinos, Nicolas I'iu
mn and Killpo Mndlnngnwa' then took
to their heels, but the rest of the
gaug cvldeniTy thought better of It,
and remained at the nuarfy, Inrliul
Ing tho man who Is supposed to havo
hatched up the conspiracy, Knmon.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter found tho
trail of two of tho men, and followed
It across the hills by the Jail towards
Wnlakea, where the trail wns lost. A'
8 o'clock Tuesday night It was re
ported that ono of tho men was stal
ing .with sumo friends at tho Wala
kea Mill camp. As this man had n
few dns hcfnro thrpatcued thut ho
would break Jail In order tc till it
rertaln woman, tho police had been
very uneasy. Tho man had, howover,
tried nothing desperate, and bo wis
apprehended that saino cvonlns Tim
following morning a plantation 'ore
motive engineer suw tho two other
men maukn of the Wnlakea Number
Th i en ramp, nnd tho pollcu on being
uotlfltd, soon apprehended them.
Judge Swain gave each of tho threo
n sontenco of a car imprisonment fur
Jallbrcnklng, nnd In addition to this
Itamon wns charged with assault with
All tho arrangements for tho bas
ketball games between tho Y. M. C. A.
and Fort Shutter teams uro complete
Hiid on Wednesday, July 20, tho first
struggle will begin at tho Y. M. C. A.
gymnasium, On August 3 tho second
gamo will be plujed at Fort Shatter,
pud should each teum then have won
ono game, ii third nnd deciding mutch
will bo played on a neutral ground
Tho woman on tho right never
used Aycr's Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair, end now herself Buf
fers from neglect. On the contrary,
tho woman on tho left has always
used Aycr's Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful appear
ance and attractiveness.
produces beaut)ful hair.. Long,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and silky
hair, free from dandruff.
Pr--.t kr 0-. I. C Aim A C.. Imlt, Xiit. U.S.A.
"THE THREE TWINS"
IS BILL TONIliHT
If tho ndv.inco snto is an Indication,
"The Three Twins," which will bo tho
offering of tho Casino Musical Com
edy. Company at the New Orphcum
this evening, will bo received by a
crowded bouse. Tho demand for
bents all morning was heavy, which
prestiges great popularity for tho new
Hotel street playhouse and tho mem
ber!) of tho splendid company. "The
Three Twins," being the musical adap
tation of tho famous farce "Incog,"
should easily succeed as far ns the
comedy and bright lines nre con
cerned and with tho music which has
been Bet to It, In keeping with "Tho
Astronomer," tho production should
sustain Its popular repuuitlon of be
ing ono of tho funnlo.U furcei ever
Several novelty numbers nro prom
ised tonight, nmnngthem belli;; a
specialty liy-.M,! rViluW sjvck, Lis
ter of the dainty clnger Olg.i Stvck.
Miss Vilmer, who Ji ijullij as. putty
and as vivacious ns Olgt, U a promis
ing oubrcto nnd It she taken with
the Orphcum followers, it hippy corn
bit utlon will result.
Miss Hock well will sing during tho
run of "Tqo Thrcq .Twins" a medley
of Southern melodic, of her own ur-
rungement. This number bus been
mlded by special icquoM nnJ pi..m
Ises ono of the (eii'uios.
Carlcton Chase, Mitm OIr.v Sleek,
Harris MiOulrc, ll.iuy ti.irrlly, Har
ry Stuart, Klsle Schuylur and Mis. At
kins will bo ue-)ii now nud popular
numbers. Miss O.rilloid wll' i bange
her musical lton and lender on tho
violin two classical pieces and u pop
Evening Bulletin 75c Per Month
JjHJ'For nent" cards on lale ct
the Bulletin office.
U' U 'I
For July ,
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,, Beautifully Trimmed Hatsj:;;, ? ; j" ' SiOQ1. .
This is a special price for this sale ' r'-
Smart Sailors at ' . - $1.50 to $2.50
A great reduction in price
A 'Limited Number of Veils at ' -. $2.00
ThesK are a particular bargain .
Dunn's Hat Shop
Fort Street just
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WE call your special attention
to our .CLOTHING, because
we make PLEASED CUSTOM
ERS. The reason for this is plain
when you investigate and find
the suits we are selling are
superior in cut, workmanship,
and material to any you have
We want your trade, and in
order to secure it we are willing
to give you HIGHER GRADE
CLOTHING for your money. ,
Come and see our line. You
will find us willing and pains
taking, and you will surely be
. .. :
"My dauRhtcr," suld the old
broker, "Is thut youiiR man familiar
with tho way stocks drop during the
"Yes, Indeed, pa," hastened the
pretty dauRhtcr. "Just' tho other
day ho bought a plnk-and-hlue one
that had beeu reduced from $2 to
t.19." ' ' I
Mr, llooscvclt, who gets his letters j
by the bushel, must wish ho could
reud them that way.
Tako your time, but keep your
hands off the time of busy coplc.
For Four .Weeks on
K : UY.EDA
It did not tako long for tho police
to get on to the tralf of tho man who
robbed the jHpaneso storo nt Alca on
Friday last, and yesterday Chief Mc
JJullle, from Information rocelvcd,
took a trip down to I'uuloa and thcro
caught a ono-urmed Chlneso with
sonio of the stolen goods In his pos
session. Tho goods stolon Included ten doz
en undershirts, ono hundred packagcB
of Dull Durham tobacco, silk handker
chiefs, perfume und cigars. At I'uu
loa In thu Uhlnuman's room wero
found sororat of tho nrtlcles rlnlmed
to bo stolen from tho'storo at A lea.
l.um Sung, tho Chlneso who vviui
arrested by McDuflle, confessed every
thing, and added that ho was assist
ed In tho robbery by no less n per
sonage thun Duck Soon, the escaped
Korean prisoner, who has led tho po
lice a lively dutic for months.
A I'orto ltlcan Is also alleged ta
havo kept watch whllo l.um Sung nnd
Duck Soon got it load of gqods to
gether. When thu robbery wns pan
tho I'ortQ lUcnti went on his wny, und
I,um and Duck stnrtcd off down tho
railroad track. Duck did uot caro fori
Lum's company, however, and la ul
leged to havo drawn a revolycr and
oniuruu me L,uiiivB9 iu go on ins own
Lum was convoyed to tho pollco sta
tion and a chargo of burglary will
probably bo laid against him some
tlmo todny. Soon Duck is well pro
vided with tobacco, Blilrts and hand
kerchiefs If Latin's story can bo bo
When a young widow- meets a man
who thinks ho .has a broken heart Bbe
gets busy and mends It,
A girl doesn't llko tho idea of work
ing for u living unless she Is married
to it sbiftlesH num.
Closing - Out" Sale
The unutaal dump in retail business in this city forces us to frivo up. This is positively a
Cut-loose Sale, and will be the most reckless SLAUGHTER of our European and Orientalgoods Ho
nolulu has ever seen.
Here are some of our reduced prices: ,
Mexican Drawn Word Ued
spiesds nt $9 cflch (wor'n
Ceiitcrptcics Slzo 5tx!il,
3. CO up; size I5xt5, $3 up;
size 36x36, J 2 up; size 3Ux30,
si co up.
Hearts, size 20x51, $1 up.
Dollies at 30c each.
llntlonliiirR Itennlss.ince red
spresils, with Hliams to match,
12 mid 15.
Large Centerpieces 8lr
80x80, 17.50; size 51x54, S3;
size 45x4G, 12.25; slzo 36x36,
11,35; slzo 30x30,i 70c,
Scurfs, slzo 20x54, Jlk25
Chlneso Pongee Silks, as
sorted colors and widths, peri
ynrd ftegulnt-) yi lei R,,l-Vrj'
3Gcj regular prkoj II", WW
(DC, i;xtra wide, regular
price S2, now $1;- - -
IJxtra heavy colored pon-,
gco Itegulur prlto $2, -now
11. "H V'
8II.K KIMONOS Itcgular
prices S6 to 12, now I3.5U
ClllH'i: KIMONOS J- Hegit
lar price S2.50 to $3,50, now
11.15 to S1.50.
Ostrich Traihers nt Itsi
Turkish Slippers, nil Bites,
IJgPtlaii Silver Shawls
black nnd white, very heavy
from S5 up.
Ilenutltul designs of Silk
Hugs (size 9x5), Wore S35;
ITny Silk Hugs (slzo
28x66). Were $10; now 15,
Orluntal Pillow Tops. Itcg
ular prko $1; now 35c nnd
Dig Selection of Maltese,
Cluny, and Torchon I.lneu
l.uco ut 5c, 10c and 15c, per
Itegular 25c Silk Collars
Silk Shawls, large slzo
Itegular price 13.25; now
Head Silk Shawls Itegular
prUe J1.25;, now 65c.
Itegular price 11.25; now
Itegular price $2.25, now
Itegular prjro $3, now $3,
Itegular prlto $3.50, now
Cluny Laco Centerpieces ol
all sizes, and Dollies, nt a
Itegular 25c apd 36? Drawn
Work Handkerchiefs, now 2
for 25c. ' '
Yokes, regular price $150,
HUNDREDS OF OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION HERE
SALE NOW G0INQ ON COME EARLY AND GET THE BEST CHOICE
PARISIAN ART CO.,
FORT STREET HARRISON BUILDING