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This week we arc showing a choice line of Bedspread, si
. Turkish Towels, Linen and Cotton Towels, comprising:
FRINGED TURKISH TOWELS At 00c, $1.80, $2.70,
' $5 and $5.fi0 per dozen.
HEMMED TURKISH TOWELS At $2, $3, $4 and $4.50 i
HEMMED COTTOH TOWELS At $1.50, $2.25 and $2.75
HEMMED AND HEMSTITCHED LINEN TOWELS In
Huckaback, Plain and Damask, all excellent values, at $3,
$3.50, $3.75, $4.50, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.50 per dozen.
WHITE BEDSPREADS In all sizes and qualities.
$1.25, $2, $2.50, $3. $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5 and $7.50 each.
. We allow a special discount on thece prices to Hotels
and Boarding Houses.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcrctanin Streets Opposito Fire Station
Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 b. m., Pali; 3 p. m..
Moanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. in., niwund
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. in., Pali; 3 p. m nrouml Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1 ,
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par.
ticulars annly '
Hawaii Promotion Conmiitteo
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners, Office and Oarage, South
Street. Near King
JOHNSON'S FOOT SOAP
WILL BRING- A MINT OF, COMFORT TO THE MAN WITH
. , TIRED FEET , v
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Go ye therefore irtto the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
jJoe; Cohen 'Declares He
, . Fels Highly
'Lorrlri Andrew and J. C. Cohen
hao submitted their views to Tliurs
ton'H paper on the statement from
.John Wise, published In yesterday's
II U 1 1 e 1 1 n , In which ho shed con
siderable light on the plans of An
drewsa statement coupled with an
expose by Aclil of n plan whereby
IMItor Malhcson was planning to flx
up Thurston Itopubllcan slnto with
tho names of Joe Cohen and I'. I
Tho "reply to Insinuations" ! Co
hen and Andrews presents voin.i in
teresting rending, nlthough tho terms
of the "reply" do not constitute u
dcnlnl of tho statements muilo by
Andrews admits tint li.i ofrerod
Wlso tho position of llawollan assist
ant to tho Territorial cummltteo and
told Wlso that tho place would bo ob
tained for him If lis would accept It
Andrews denies that Cohen has
been supplying him with funds In tho
Interest ot tho Cohen candidacy for
Andrews admits thai he nsked Achl
to support We.it er for City and Coun
(rlrf mill Jo)..
Cohen la hurt it tho reflections up
on him hut his grief seem t- be out
come to a great cxteht by a Joyful
realization of tho foot "'hat Mr. An
drews unil .Mr. Matheuon should both
go out of their via to ink support
for mo Is nn honor tluit I highly ap
Cohon nml Weaver wero 'ho lo
candidates that i.Mltor Mntheson
asked Achl to miniort when Arbl tls
Itcd the AdtcrlUcr o'lro early In
.luly In response to .i nolo seut to
him by the Advertiser editor Mallic
son lu.d the Thiislnn slate nicely
Mguiod nut but it does not HiViii quite
clear why Thurst.ni should niako such
il cdi urate crfoit to sociro 'ho wnp-
port of Achl, whom the Adterilsc ta
t'nlly ridiculing ,ii n polltlc.i! power
and whom It conM.int'y declares Is
put of calculation In tho approach
Yet tho Advertiser's Cohon-Weator
slato was only formulated when Achl
was brought to tho Advertiser ofllce
for a hurried consultation nnd n plea
that ho promise his endorsement to
the Thurston selections.
Cohen refers to tho bnd people -the
political renegudes and dcc'nres
absurd tho story that ho offered Wise
$160 a month for labors In tho Cohen
King Street Bumps Bring
Ilelng rudely awakened from the
land of sweet nnd peaceful dreams or
besieged by Irate taxpayers by day
Is tho sad fatoof Supervisor Jim
Quinn. who attempted to unload a
portion of his burden of sorrow and
woo upon tho shoulders of bis col
leagues In tho City und County
Uonrd last cvonlng
King street from Ahipal stiect to
tho gotcrnment nursery la u thor
oughfare that Is far and iivvay ro-
moved from tbo category .usually
ascribed to Paradise
In fact, If Quinn can bo relied up
on for correct Information King
street Is In it terrible rough and nn
etcn condition. Tho street was
built not a grcnt mnny months ago
but Quinn Informed (ho Suportlsors
that It was a very unsatisfactory piece
"There Is not a da or an hour In
tho day but what I am waited upon
by citizens of nil chases who arc
compelled to trntel otcr King street
lu automobiles, buggies, carls or
druyu. they complaining about tbo
tcrrlblo condition of this street."
There was a time before, tho fire
when the chairman of tho Koad
Hoard resided ut Kaimuki, Hint tho
Irnto taxpayer failed to connect with
tho "Gonial Jim" during thoso hours
out of the twenty-four when Rapid
Transit communication had ceased
Uut slnco Quinn has removed to town
ho claims that ho is being pursued
with tho consistency nnd persistency
of a dead beat collector chnslng nn
Tho recommendation Is made I hat
tho asphnltum covering of that wr
tlon of King street which lu tome
places Is about eight Inches thick mid
In others woefully conspicuous by Its
absence, bo removed without damag
ing tho foundntlon of tho roadway. It
Is suggested by tho road committee
that the thoroughfare then bo sprink
led with n light top dressing nnd then
rolled. Hy this treatment tho rond
Is bclleted will bo placed In good con
dition for n number of months. The
road board hope to start ork within
tho noxt ten days.
BUILD NEW MILL
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
1028 Nuuanu St
The proposed building nt the cor
ner of King und Ulshop streets,
which will bo known as tho Me
Inerny block. Is being held up await
Ing tho rolling away of the clouds
now resting on the Mahuku site. Mr
Mclnerny states that there, will be
no woik done on the new building
until a lino can bo had on tho ro
qulremonts, fiom a business stand
point, of tho Immediate vicinity ol
tho Federal building.
It Is proposed that the new block
shall bo an ornament to the city, and
it has been figured out that It will
cost In tho neighborhood of MOO,
000. Mr, Mclnerny Is among thoso who
think that tbo Federal building
should not extend through to l'ort
street, giving ns his rcabon that ho
thinks It will bo detrimental to that
business section of tho cltj.
Men Who Wear Pongee and Flannel Suits
Will Be Sa'.isflcd'With Our Cleaning
FRENCH LAUNDRY j. abadie, prop 777 KING
MAYOR ADOPTS A ROAD.
Ills Honor Major Fern notified the
City fathers last evening that ho had
adopted n road, Tho highway leads
to mayoralty premises nnd It was be
cause of Its distressful condition that
the llttlo roadway camo Into tho spot
Mayor Torn would llko something
dono towards improving tho condition
of tho road that now boars his name.
Thu proper committee has promised
to uct and with diligence.
$1 a Year
Tim Hawaiian hand will glto a con
ceit tonight nt seven thirty at'Anla
I'aik as follows:
Overturn Light Catnlry Buppo
Waltz Noptuuo i... JUiicktf!
Murcli Kings Men Durban
Selection Mountaineers . .Somervlllo
Vocal Hawaiian songs. .Ar by Ilcrgor
Selection London I.lfo . . . Williams
Intefmezzo Anilna I.lncku
Flnulo Moanalua llurgur
The Slur Spangled thinner.
Manager Hedemann Gets the Con
tract for New Sugar Factory for
Formosa Bid Against several
Tho local Iron works tins tho con
tract for the manufacture of another
sugar mill for Fornio.ui. Such Is tho
Information brought in by Manager
Hedemann of tho Honolulu Iron
Works Company, who returned from
a visit to the Far Bast on tho Tenyo
The now mill Is for tho Mciji (Sugar
Company of Formosa und tho con
tract was secured through Mitsui &
Co., of Toklo.
Two Europoan firms and 'one Amer
ican engineering concern figured on
this contract but the previous work
ot the local company now In opera
tion In Formosa was probably th
point on which tho order was to-cured.
It Is to bo regretted that u largo
part of tho machinery for this now
order will have to bo built In tho
eastern States and tho buildings arc
to be built thero also. Tho local iron
works have sot oral big contracts on
hand and It will bo some time beforo
they will bo ablo to get at any of tho
new .work for tho Formosa mill
Tho proposed now mill will bo
about the same size as those at Oahu
Mr. Hedemann states that It will tin
but u llttlo tvhllo beforo Formosa will
bo ablo ot supply tho full demand for
sugar In Japan
To his knowlcdgo thero nro now
ordered about three sugar factories
each of 1000 tons capacity and ono of
about 750 Jons, while ono now being
orocted by the Honolulu Iron Works
Is of 1000 tons capacity.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbersBf the Bulletin otfice.
IlKllOKIt aski:d to mow: o.
Th Coney estate have, through a
communication from their represontn
tites, asked tho Hoard nf Supervisors
to see to tho removal of a lanal now
overhanging their property The
place lias been Uhcd by tbo territorial
baud for rehearsals Captain llerger
und City Uuglnier Oero will confer
upon the matter ot securing n suit
iiblo plnco for band practice
Correct Clothes for Men
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TT is not a difficult matter to interest
careful dressing men and young
men in BENJAMIN CLOTHES every
where in this country. They're known
as the best styled garments which it is
possible to obtain.
' BENJAMIN CLOTHES
are made in New York by the most
gifted tailors in the world. Their grace
and good form is recognized by the
critical men and young men the world
over and their quality is an absolutely
known quantity which over a third of
a century of experience has made ex
Prices from $20 to $35
NATIONAL CASH REGISTERS TAKE AWAY THE STRAIN OF
HIQH FINANCE FROM THE BRAIN OF THE SALES STAFF
CONSTANTLY HANDLING CASH AND MAKING CHANGE.
A BURROUGHS ADDING MACHINE PERFORMS CORRE
SPONDING DUTIES FOR THE OFFICE STAFF, NEVER MAKES A MIS
TAKE, AND ENABLES THE BUSY CLERKS TO HAVE MORE TIME
AWAY FROM THE OFFICE. IT IS A TONIC IN ONE INSTANCE AND
A SOOTHER IN ANOTHER.
WE CLAIM FOR THE MANUFACTURERS THAT THESE MACHINES
ARE SO CAREFULLY ADJUSTED AT THE TACT0RY, AND TESTED
IN OUR REPAIR DEPARTMENT, THAT THERE IS A LESS THAN 6NE
PER CENT. CHANCE OF THEIR OETTING OUT OF ORDER. IF
EITHER ONE OF THEM DOES SLIP A COG, WE HAVE AN EXPERT
WHO CAN MAKE ANY REPAIR NECESSARY AND AT A TRIFLING
COST. ONLY THE AGENTS CAN AFFORD TO DO THIS FOR THE REA
SON THAT EITHER MACHINE IS SO SELDOM OUT OF ORDER THAT
IT WOULD NOT BE PROFITABLE FOR ANYONE ELSE TO EMPLOY
A MAN CAPABLE OF HANDLING WORK OF THIS CHARACTER.
WE WOULD LIKE TO TALK NATIONAL CASH REOISTERS AND BUR
ROUGHS ADDING MACHINES TO YOU. IF YOU HAVE NEVER IN
STALLED ONE, WE CAN HELP CONVINCE YOU THAT THEY ARE
OF INCALCULABLE VALUE TO EVERY BUSINESS MAN.
The Waterhouse Co., u
REPAIR AND DISPLAY ROOMS QUEEN. NEAR NUUANU STREET f '
OFFICE IN JUDD BUILDING