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EVENING IIUUXTIN, HONOt.UMJ, T H minY. At'n 12. 1010.
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WHITE BABY DRESSES In Linon, with Embroidery
and Lace Trimming. $1.25, reduced to $1. .-
TAPESTRY CUSHION COVERS Extra good quality
and handsome designs. 75c, reduced to 50c.
BOYS' WINDSOR TIES Black and Colored. 25c, re
duced to 20c.
SCOTCH FLANNELS Excellent values, 35c per yard,
reduced to 25c.
"SIMILAR PONGEE" In Navy, Light Blue, PJnkjind
" Lavender. 20c. per yard, reduced to 12V&C "
CIRCULAR DRESSER MIRRORS 40c each, reduced to
30c; 50c each, reduced to 35c
OUR BIQ WHITE DRESS O00DS SALE will begin on
MONDAY MORNING. Watch for interesting items in our
Saturday and Sunday ad,
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Go ye therefore into the land
of Eaimuki, 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.
School Enrolment Shows
Japs Lead And Then
There nre GflGS Japanese pupils In
(he hchools of Hawaii out of n tottil
of l,!iu enrolled of nil nntloniitlthx
Next In order coma Portuguese chil
dren, numbering 3,r,7l, with llnwallnn
n clone third to the number of H.flGfl
In fourth plnvc Htimd the I'nit-1 1 u
wnlinns lo the number of Z.tilfi, and
then Chinese totaling 2,145.
Pupils of other nationalities nre
American 427, llrltlsli 84, Herman lii5,
I'orto Itlcnn 309, Korean 10, nnd pu
pils of other nationalities numbering
Of males there are 10,937 nnd fe
In tliu private schools of the Terri
tory thcro nre 5,628 pupils, of whom
2,9.9 uro mule nnd 2,009 are female
pupils, lly ages these children num
ber the most over fifteen, at which
time there uru 875 of them; under the
uro or six there the the second great
est number, 847. At specillc ages
there are more pupils in the schools
at the a no of six years than at any
other period, there being 528 of tills
ago enrolled. -
lly nationalities In the private
schools the 1'nrl-Hawallan leud wltn
1,227, with Portuguese second mini'.
boring 1,991. lluwullait children num
ber SI2 and Japanese stand next u
the total of 713. Other nutlonn'.tlor
are, Chinese 707, American 0.19, ;,.
man 111, Korean 100, Urltlsh 79. I'or
to lllcan 03 an liother foreigners 71.
. The percentage of children In both
public and private, schools by nation
alities are: Hawaiian 17.15, Port Ha
waiian 15.01, American 4.21, llrltlsli
G8, (Ionium 1.03, Portuguese 18.27,
Japanese 27.33, Chinese 11.2., I'orto
ltlcati 141, Korean 1.20 nnd other for
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
BULLETIN ADS PAY-g
$3.00 Shoe Sale
of Men's 11 Shoes
lot No. 1
375 PAIRS MEN'S BLACK HIGH
Choice of Patent Leather, VicI
Kid or Gun Metal all new late
toe shapes made in lace and
Blucher styles, suitable for either
dress or business wear, CR0S
SETT SHOES, HEYW00D SHOES
nnd other well-known makes.
$4, $4.50 and $5 Values
Lot No. 2
2G0 PAIRS MEN'S TAN
Tan Russia Calf, Chocolate
colored Vici Kid and Ox-Blood
leathers. All new, "snappy", u'i-to-date
shapes in fact, all this
season's best selling styles.
Thompson Bros.', Crossett's,
Rice & Hutchins' and Strong &
Garfield makes, $4 to $0 values,
in this lot.
We will have on sale
000 pairs of short lines
of Men's Fine Shoes,,
at extraordinary re
ductions, of such well
known makes as
STRONG & GAR
SHOES, RICE & HUT
CHINS and other well
known makes. The
styles are correct in
every way. Oxford.
Lace and Blucher ef
fects, in single and
You have a choice
of Patents, Vici Kid.
Gun Metal, Tan Vici
'and Russia Calfskin.
We have all sizes
and widths in the en
tire lot, but not al
ways of each individ
ual style. However,
there is a large va
riety of styles and toe
shapes to choose trim.
It will be worth
while to attend this
l.ale promptly, as the
first buyers get the
best pick, and there
will be a saving on
every pair of from $1
Lot No. 3
175 PAIRS MEN'S DRESS
Made of Patent Leather and
Patent Coltskin. Lace, Button
and Blucher styles; single and
double soles. Some extreme toe
shapes suitable for young men's
wear. Rice & Hutchins', Cros
sett's and Thompson Bros.' make.
$4, $4.50 and $5 Values
Lot No. 4
150 PAIRS MEN'S BLACK
Made in Vici Kid and Gun
Metal leathers, with light or
heavy soles; in Lace and Blucher
effects. Just the thing for busi
ness and every-day wear.
A variety of toe shapes to se
lect fromf Crosset make.
$4 to $5 Values
Sale will continue for ONE WEEK to Aug. 20
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
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TOKIO. Aug 2. Japan Is atn.i7.eil
liy the new manifestation of Jingo
Ism In America, After more than
00 years of almost worshipful affec
tlou for her, Japan can not under
stand America's fresh outbreak of
seeming animosity. I asked the pre
mler, Ueuerul Marquis Tnio Kntsuru,
Boldler nnd statesman and the most
prominent figure near the throne, to
dclluu his country's uttltudu toward
the Pulled States.
"Why should Japan want war?"
asked the premier, earnestly. "I
hao heeii raised a soldier since my
fifteenth ctir. I know the cruelty
of war. I commanded In the war
with China. As premier six jears
uro I had to decide abruptly, and I
did divide." (Actuul hostilities he-
tweeu Japan and Hussla lieKan In
"I conducted the war with Hns
sin." Mnniuls Kntmtr.i added. "I
know what war is. It is against civ
Illzutlon, ngnlust humunlt).
"I meutluii our national hill of
$431,000,000 for wais Hint nre pass
ed and for armaments ugi'lnst po-i-slhle
wars to conic.
"And wo are paying $l0,00O.O0U
for the sanio reason," the premier
exclaimed'. "The nations tall; of
'maintaining the ciiulilhrltim' by
building battleslilps. Can not the
equilibrium be maintained by 30
huttleshlns an well'hs SO? Must we
go on forever building hattleshlps
nnd IncrciiBltig armies?
"Wltnt caut-es the revival of these
war rumors In America? You ob
jected to our Immigrants; we kept
them nway. Why this talk of war
wllh us in America now? What It
tile basis of complaint ngnlust us?
"I do not understand It," Muniuli"
Katsura exclaimed, "It Is very ills
ngiccnhle. America Is strong cnoiiKh
to accomplish nnylliliiK. Who -nn
withstand her In mi) thing she hn
"We hnvo n great problem In
China, n problem not only for Ja
pan, but for tho wholo world. We
think America Dhould stand beside ui
In preserving civilization from ant
possible conlllct growing nut of that
problem; should aid us to end tho
cruelties of war.
"War between America and Japan
Is lniKsslble," concluded the pre
JUST ARRIVED, a new line of
MEN'S SHIRTS made of 'Soiesette
in plain and fancy stripes. These
shirts are made with soft French
double cuffs and separate soft collars .
' to match the shirts. Also a lin,,of
soft collars and collar pins.
Soiesette has the lustrous, rich .
texture of pongee, but wears many
times as long and costs but a fraction
MI'ST KllhT A I.I. UOVIIIIXOHS
HUM) AT WOIIK
FOLLOWS LAST WEEK of our
During this week our great sale proved so successful that we have
decided to continue it for another week. The householders of Honolulu
took ndrnntnfre nf nnr tnernn nfTer in nllnwintv ttnm rrnrulm nt 1..m
Mrs lll i K. Vnnderbllt and tions , from 2QVc to 50 off 0rdjn , an(, RJ h ,
Miss itittherrord are close friends of numbcr of barrins left in all lines, we would advise those who will be in.
Ambassador and Mrs. Iiucon and nie ced of hou,ehold furniture within the next few months to avail them
at the embassy almost as often lelye, of tW opportunity. ,
when Henry Wliltc, .Mrs. Vnnder-I rr ' ...J
oius oroiner-iu-ui, was American
"truTuhe'rices the ....cons Kave Metal & Brass Beds Dressers
,.. l.n . ........n. ... ... ...I.I..I. ftllujl
ill III" JifllUHVi .VI, li' null ,iii.i i - -
liacou neioiiK", .Miss itiunenorii hi VJICUIIV IACUUvCU
I'AKIS. July 30. Kermlt ltoose
ell's return to I'urls bus revived tho
rumor Hint the jouiik hunter of bli:
Kume bus lost his heart to tho cbarin
lug Miss MarKiirct Rutherford, Mfs
William K. Vanderbllt'H daughter,
J who resides here a larKe part of each
Invited, 'and while tho lloosuvolts
were hero there were several such
dances, which Miss Hthel Iloosovell
nnd Kermlt attended.
When It was litst rumored that
oiihk Hoosovelt hud fallen III hive
with W. K. Vamlerbllt's beautiful
slep-duiiKhter, whllo only l'J yents
old. ninny of Itoosevelt's friends be
lieved the report was a wild kucss,
tor Miss Uiitherfor conllded notli-
InR of his wishes nnd feeling, even
lo her Intlmntes, When Hoosovelt
returned hero recently It was an
nounced that he Intended to devote
himself seriously to tho studying of
Kronrh, that lio tuny be b'etter
equipped In that Ijukuuku when he
enters Harvard next year.
Hut H(H)seelt is koIiik lo UiiR
land. Miss Hutlierford went to Kiik-
luuil yesterday. Miss Hutliorfnril win
In Paris when young Hoosevidl ar
rived Ho visited a friend In Ver
sailles, but came Into Hurls this week
and put up ut the Hotel de hi Tre
niollle, which Is not fur from the
Vunderbllt resident o,
WASHINGTON, Aug. 2. William
(ieoruo Jordan has a big contract on
his hands. As the Hist socurtary of
the house of ginemors It lias fallen
to bis lot to keep iieiiio utid harmony
uinoiig the Mirlotis statu governors of
the United States, gut them to incut
once a year, get them to do something
muni than talk and make the organ
ization olio of some taliie to the coun
try. The Iioimo of governors was
stalled by Itoosuwdt when bo was
IlltV.VX TO .MOVK
IIOMK TO TIIX.VS
5.00 Metal $ 3.50
17.50 " 11.75
21.00 " 14.00
23.00 " 15.00
28.00 " 19.00
32.00 ' '. 20.00
40.00 " 25,00
38,50 Brass 28,00
G0.00 " 40.00
100.00 " G0.00
$22.00 Golden Oak $10.50
40.00 " " 30.00
75.00 " "
80.00 " "
28.00 Weathered Oak...
30.00 " ' ...
32.00 " ..
$14.00 Golden Oak ,.$10.50
21.00. " 'UU.i,.'. 15.50
25.00 " ""....'..... 17.00
30.00 " ; 24.00
08.00 " ' 43.00
32.00 Mahogany 21.00
35.00 Bird's-Eye. 23.00
45.00 " ... 30.00
Former , Sale
Fnce. r pr:ce
$11.00 Qoldcn Oak $ 7.75
35.00 " '
25 per cent discount
Odd Pairs Half Price
Mission, Tex., July 30. William J
Ilryan has just given Instructions that
the work of Improving his farm of 1G0
acres near Mission ho pushed forwatd
as rapidly as possible, as be deslns
to movo Into his .new homo with his
family by fall.
t: t: :t tt u ti st :: :: u :t tt :: it tt :s u
'resident. He culled n meeting of
governors to discuss (locations of na
tional Importance, and now the hnUFe
of governors bus been organized with.
the Intention of dealing with conserva
Hon ciuestlons. Interstate l.iwa and TU UniiCft f Hllllittr
other general government regulations ' 1 MC 1IUU3C UI IUUlUj
Our regular stock' of Nottinahams,
Cables, Irish Points and Brussels, in
white and Arabian, at
' - ,i
$1000 worth of FRAMED TIC
TURES, in Prints, Etchings, Pastels
and Oils, ranr;inR in price, from 50a
to $20, all ko at 50 DISCOUNT, u
J. HOPP & CO., LTD.
185 King Street