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EVENING nilLLCTIN, HONOLULU, T H, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1010.
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Attractive Display of
SWISS AND CAMBIUO EMBROIDERIES AND INSER
TIONS A choice lot in new and pretty patterns.
LADIES' BATHING SUITS lit Black and Navy Alpaca,
with white trimmings. Also, a few with Scotch Plaid pip
ing onvthe blouse; very stylish cut.
NEWeOUjVTAlN SORIM In artistic stenciled designs,
at 25e per yard.
FINE FIGURED BATISTE 30 inches wide, and all
new patterns; 6 yards for SI.
INFANTS' CASHMERE SACQUES Embroidered in
Pink, Blue and White; from $2.75 to $3.50.
NEW SHIPMENT OF R. & G. CORSETS has just been
unpacked. We can now fill orders in all sizes and styles
in this popular corset. '
ONYX HOSIERY We have a full stock of these well
known goods, in Cotton. lisle and Silk. We recommend
our Plain Black Cotton Gauze, 3 pair for SI, as the best
. value offered at this price; coned weight and texture,
IADIES LINGERIE DRESSES In the latest overskirt
and short-sleeve effects. $14 to $20.
RUBBERIZED SILK RAIN COATS In plain colors and
stripes, from $14,50 up.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
; The Wonderful
A Gas Water Heator with a Brain
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Connects with every hot.walcr faucet in the house.
You do not have to touch tho heater atfall, l
Merely turn on the faucet, night or day. and the water
comes, scalding hot; turn off the faucet, and gas is extin
guished, making it by far the most economical method
known of heating water.
DAILY IMLMONSTIIATIONS AT Tllfi
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
COST TOO MUCH
TO THROW AWAY
BUY A "KING OF ALL" OR A "RESH" STROP AND
,KEEP A KEEN EDGE ON THE OLD BLADES.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
N ' IC. CJVEDA '
v 102B Nnnanu St.
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J, ABADIE, Prop. TELEPHONE 1401
Chief Cook or Arizonan Bound Over
to October Term of Tedcral
Court as Owner of Opium.
Alter n hearing befora Commls
Dinner JihM yesterday afternoon
whtdi lasted for two liouri, Chun
I"ooli, first cook of tho Arizonan, was
boui.il over to the next term of tho
Pedpl-al Court, charged with having
opium unlawfully In his possession,
and bond was fixed at S'lflO.
Tho only way In which Took could
ho connected with tho live this of
opium found In the bakery wan that
he bad the key to the room, and
this was far-fetched, n Captain Nich
ols and other Uncases testified that
tho room was opened at 4 30 In tho
morning nud remained open go that
anyone could enter from thnt time
until S o'clock In tho evening
Tho Japanese steward and mess
bo s nil testified that thc could i?o
Into tho loom nt any tlmo and could
men tnUo opium there and hlilo It If
they Baw fit, ami tho chief cook
would ho nono tho wilier.
The opium found In tho room was
hidden In two places. Tlireo tins
wcro In a largo mixing pan on u
high shelf, nnd tho other two tins
wero tindor a flour hln which had a
three-inch space between tho bottom
and tho floor.
Ilrockons found that the only two
Chinese on hoard wcru tho two cooks.
The Hist couk didn't use opium, and
If ho had any It must thercforo ho
for s.ile Ab Chlucso wore represen
tatives of- tho only ra.cn which used
opium to nn extent, tho dopo must
surely belong to them Such was
tho reasoning thnt the District Al
ton ey used In his nttempt to show
probable causo against number olio
cook, who is an elderly ('hlneo with
hair almost white.
The Commissioner asked lire kons
If ho found n enso of ale on the
sidewalk In front of n house would
ho jump to the conclusion at mire
thnt tho houso was occupied b Kng
llshmen To this tlio prosceutlng at
torney had no ready answer
During tho henring, cer word
of tho testimony was translated to
tho Chinese, and nt tho end the Com
mlesloner asked him It he had an
thlng ho wished, to say.
Tho only reply ho had to make:
Was that ho knew nothing about tho
opium, and as to his having the key
to tlioi room. It was opened In the
mornll g by tho second rook. This
was the olio In whoso grip two tins
of opium wcro found
Aftor tho stntcmont by the defend
ant, Commissioner Judd told him that
he found probablo entice mid bound
him ocr to tho October term of tho
I'cd oral Court. Hall in tho sum of
$750 was fixed, the Banio sum as re
quired In the caso of tho second cook
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Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Evade the Issue 'Vote No,
Loriln Andruv.il, ns attorney for
Mary llo LeonR in tho. jiror'ocilltiKi for
nnnulmcnt of her marrlagil to' taong
Fut has obtained an order to show
cause from Judge Ilobfnson why the
defendant should not be punished for
contempt of court for failure to la)
Fut was ordered by tho court on
July 18 to pay temporary alimony of
twche dollars a month, fifty dollars
for attorney fees and costs , of thir
teen dollars; tho latter lu tho onl)
amount which ho lias so far turned
Into tho court. "
I The caso will ho heard Tuesday
J' n " ' " ' ' i.
I'M L'l tH
'I lie man who will meet Tut ('jirn)n
, on the uiKiil of .nil) :m.
Vettoida) afternoon Trofcspor Do
iwighhii of tho t'ollrge of Hawaii
gao tho wi-hI(I) leduro at tho fctim
ihor school, his subject being "Tides,"
Jnto'whl.'h ho went full,, ';$
I I'rnfossor Dunughho Interested tho
teuchors from tho start of his address
until the fli.lsh, and explained-to
them In detail tho causa of tides ns
well ub' their erfnet
i Yesterday dosed the third week of
tho summer B'diool, whlrh bus been
very buccessful mid piomlso to
oillpto unj summer sesvlon oer hold
I Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Eulletln Editorial Room Phone 185
Buy one of our $20.00 SUITS and
judge us by the garments. We stake
our reputation on these suits, and
know full well that your future
patronage depends upon how the
We feel satisfied that we have better
workmanship in these $20.00 suits
than others have in higher priced
clothing. As to wear, time 'only can
tell, so to protect you we say that if
the suit disappoints you you can.
have your money back.
THE PIONEER PLUMBER )
182 MERCHANT STREET
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pail Ka Nana
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant nnd Nuunnu Streets
$2.50 SHOE SALE
l $3. SO
LOT NO. 1
85 Pairs Punips
Ma'dc of Patent Colt; others
of Brown Suede. Lipht turn
or extension soles; ribbon tic
and buckle eflects; plain dress
toes; French or Cuban heels.
LAIRD SCH0BER COMPANY
and E. P. REED & CO. make.
$4 TO ?5.50 VALUES
LOT NO. 2
Some of Patent Kid; others
of fine Vict Kid. Hand turn
or welted, extension soles;
French and leather heels. A
variety of toe shapes to choose
htom. Mostly LAIRD SCH0
BER & CO. make.
JIEGULAR $5 TO $0 VALUES
We will have on sale
700 pairs of short lines
of fine shoes at extraor
dinary reductions, in.
eluding LAIRD SCH0
BER & CO,, WICHERT
& GARDNER, E. P.
REED & CO. and other
high-grade makes. The
styles are correct in
every respect Ribbon
Ties, Ankle Straps; one
nnd two eyelet Ties
and Pump effects.
We hnve all sizes
nnd widths in the en
tire lot, but not al
ways of each individual
style.' However, there
is an endless variety of
toe shapes and styles
to choose from. It will
pay you to attend this
sole and secure two or
more pairs at this price
befcro the sizes be
come more broken,
A saving of $1 to
$3.50 per pair.
Sale will Continua
All Next Week
LOT NO. 3
Choice of Patent Colt of
fine Vici Kid; others of Gun
Metal. Blucher, Ribbon Ties
and One a.nd Two-eyelet tU t ;
fents. French. Cnh&n and
Military heels. A variety of J
toe shapes to choose from.
Suitable for dress or street" ,
Iwear. LAIRD SCHOBEli and '
E P. REED & CO. make, f ,
$3.80, $4 AND $5 VALUES '
LOT NO. 4 f
275 Pairs -
Tan Low Shoes v,
Oxfords, Sailor Ties, Anklo '
Straps nnd Pump effects, mndn
of our imported Russia Icnth
rs, Sucdc and Brown Vici Kid;
some with light turn, others
with welted extension soles.
All new late toe shapes to
choose from; LAIRD SCH0
BER, WICHERT & GARDNER
and E. P. REED & CO. make.
$4, $4 60, ?5 AND $5.50
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited
1051 Tort Street