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CHIFFON CLOTH In Black, White, Pink, Old Rose,
Navy. Reseda, Copenhagen and Light Blue,
WOOLEN SUITINOS In Copenhagen, Brown, Tan, Wis
taria and Greys. All in Suit or Skirt .lengths,
BROAD CLOTH For Evening Capes; an extra fine
quality with a silk finish. Comes in Old Rose, Fawn,
Green, Blue and Grey.
ORIENTAL'REPP A new fabrio for Coast Suits, Comes
in White and all the fashionable colors. 35o per yard.
EMBROIDERED SWISS FLOUNCINGS With Bands to
match. Some exquisite designs are shown here.
NEMO CORSETS New styles to suit all figures. This
corset is noted for its comfort.
LACE CURTAINS Direct from the Eastern mills; in
Arabian and White, with plain net centers and richly-designed
borders. Splendid value; $2.25, $2.75 and $3.75
TAPESTRY COUCH COVERS In Green and Brown
effects. $3.25 to $5.
PILLOW TOPS We are showing a pretty new line of
Pillow Top's, in addition to the many other artistic show
ings of our Art Department.
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
Jot 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
j Head breeze forever more.
1 Kaimuki Land Co:, Ltd.
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VUDOR PORCH SHADES are just the thine for in
closing porches that are to be used as outdoor sleeping or
4 FT;, $3.500 FT., $4.758 FT., $G.75 10 FT., $9.00
J. Hopp &
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Pacific Mail Liner
To Arrive Oh
Thoro Is room for one hundred coast
bound passengers by tho I'uclflo Mall
liner Hlborln that Is duo to arrive ut
the port on next Monday from Ma
nila. iTuiigkong mid Japan ports.
' According to u cable thut has Just
been received ut tho shipping olllee
of II. Iluck(e!i anil Company tlio HI
berla has sailed from Yokohama with
room for mio bundled passengers. The
advance bookings at Ilia) agency Indi
cate Unit Hit ro ISi'onm for nil appli
cants for transput lotion In Han Fran
Cisco, ' '
Tliu Hiberlii is bringing tint) tons
Make another room of your porch.
You need VUDOR PORCH SHADES
to -t the most out of your porch.
To make it a spot where you can
rest or work on the hottest days
outdoors, yet free from the glare and
heat of the sun. You can do this
with Vudor Shades; you can add to
the house another room, cool and
shady, where you may enjoy every
refreshing breeze in secluded com
fort. Another good feature about them
is the peculiar fact that those sit
ting on the porch can see out, but
pasccrsby can not see in.
Co., Ltd ,
185 KING STREET
of f I eight from Oriental mrts and
this amount Is said to Include a quan
tity of Philippine, cigars for Hono
The Pacific Mall Wner Is expected
will bring one hundred nud twenty
Filipinos who are to take up work on
tliu various Island plantations.
As fur us the Koderal quarantine
authorities have been able to learn
there Is no serious s'lcknes on board
Jim voitse), which would insure tho
grunting bf n prompt prnctliiue for
that Dtt'inner upon arrival.,
Properly on Kupahulu Hoad contain
lug 12,101 bipiuro feet was condemned
today for u silo for a pumping plant
fur United Slutes government, the
land being located on tho Walklkl
side of the present government plant
W It. Cusllu wus paid 1800 for his
shuro o( tliu piopei(y and Ms. ('as
tie 11.110 for her share.
A mull who Is huuil over heels In
Iiivk neiil nut be expected lo keep his
mental eiiilllblum, ltiimu Heiillmd.
Claudius McBryde Files
long Plea In
Tills morning at tlio ixillco court the
case of Lieutenant Ilurchncld of the
.Marines, wag called Before Judge An-
Orndc. Claudius Mcllryde appeared
for I lie defendant anil ho filed a plea
In bar, which covered eight sheets of
foolscap. Tlie main contention Van
tliut, ns, llurchfleld hail btn tried by
n Court .Martial, lie could nut ugnln
ho placed In Jeopardy.
Thcreiion, ensued ii long nrRiimcnt
on tliu matter, ami tliu iiiicxtlou as to
whether the aliened threatening Inu
guuge that llurchfleld used, wax n
criminal offend or a misdemeanor,
wan nrRiied at length.
Claudius rose to tlio heights of
oratory In tin address nud lie. togeth-
er with the two l.lghtfoots, produced
a small library to mirport his conten
tion b. "Wu don't caru liow It Is done
hut If this defendant Ik to be deprived
ot hi freedom, wo demand a Jury
trial," Bald Mcllrlde, Later tin he re
marked that thin wan u trial, and not
a merry-go-round. This brought a re
ply from tho bench to the effect that:
"Thlx court docs not Indulge In Jokes
Mr. Mcllrlde, ami as you lire evident
ly not ready to argue tho point as to
whether this Is a criminal rase or a
misdemeanor, the matter had better
go over." To this Mcllrlde replied:
"Well. I thought I was arguing on
that ixilnt fo( the past half hour."
The matter was sent over till to
morrow morning for lienrlng, and the
Judge, in oien court after arils, said:
"Tho llurchfleld case Is not a criminal
one; It Is n, Hiatus. If tho defendant
were found gpllly ho would be bound
oer to keen the pence In future
There was, no question of Bending hlin
to Jail, and the plea in bar II led by
counsel was not well taken."
There was much Interest taken In
the case, ami the court room was
crowded wltrl spectators. Whether
Mcllrlde nleans to, op not, ho Is cer-
tulnly appearing before Judge An
tirade, anil ho Is being trenlcd In n
very courteoiH manner, iiihwiiiisuiihi
Infe U-verut Utile "breaks" Hint ho
Tliniio wlio lmvo resened berths for
the excursion to Kauai next Saturday
night are rcipiusttd to call for their
tickets at the office of tho Inter-Island
Hteamshlp Company not later than
tomorrow ufterhoon. "
The trip will begin Satmduy night
at nine o'clock and will mid Moudnv
morning early. Tho first Mop will
bo nt h'awlllttllt lot tho ourposc of
taking on tho Kauai contingent. Those
who wish to seo much at n slight addi
tional expense may Uiko an automo
bile at Nawlllwlll and go overland to
llanalel and seo the plant and dam of
the Kauai Electric Works at Walnlha.
The other pusscugorx will remain on
tho steamer until she arrives ut lla
nalel whore time will o given for a
bath In the seu; for those who enjoy a
ride horseback to run over to Walnlha.
This will be a pleasant fentttro of the
trip, l.tavlng llanalel, lunch will be
served on board the steamer and then
begins the view of tho' wonderful scen
ery of Kauai. The tall Kaks of Naplll
and llaena will soon bo raised and tho
wonders of nattiro brought within
range of vision.
This trip, which promises so much
In pleasure, will begin at the Inter
Island wharf next Halurday night at
nine o'clock. Tickets, for which n
charge of ten dollars Is made, are to
be had today at tho ofllco of tho com
pany Only tho number corresiiondlug
to tho accommodations of tho steamer
will be sold,
(Continued from Face l.
or passer of counterfeits, nnd perJ
Imps information that would lead to
the breaking up of a rent big gang.
Hope was high until Walluku was
reached, and there It felt down,
down, down, wny down to the boots
of tho eager officials.
lr. upon arrival, they were In
formed by the sheriff that one Leo
Voting, who was In custody, was
really In custody, but be was In ens.
tody ut Hnnn and not nt Wnlliiku.
Ileui'o tho sad return home this
morning, but again on l'r.May the
wnil by pair will start for IhMr
ipiarry and will lnlng him back from
llitii.i In lepose lu'Jnlt here.
Young wus convicted In Novem
ber, 11107, of being mixed up Ii a
I'lilllllei felling scheme nnd lei e veil
one year ut liunl labor.
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. Sec I
that it is properly fed. Growth '
of every kind demands proper '
frtnit Qtflt-ltn.1 fill.. ttlf .. & tt.f '
iwwu. wii rvu null ajJllia til till;
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed it with proper
food, a regular hair-food. Feed
it with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
about your hair and about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow fcis advice.
Aycr's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THC HAIR
Proud by Dr. 1. C, tyr & C., Li..X tit.. U.ft.
PLAN TO TRICK
(Continued from Pfu 1)
roll book back to towiv-nnd was thusj
unable to register republicans who
cnine to lilm to slfji their iiutues,
There Is not the slightest doubt
that lluffandenu . Is using every
menus to make dlllleult tho registra
tion of reputable men In the Mnuou
precinct. Ycslerdav he had tho roll
book downtown Today he tells the
people who have come In enroll that
he left th book at home. lie knows
where tho roll book ought to be.
It is the general belief that lluf
fandenu nud Andrews are using
trickery and Irregular manipulation
to prevent a straightforward vote In
the precinct of which the)' nre the
officers. Their whole course of a
tlon Is along that line.
Ami, to cap .1,, lluffandenu has
inado the boast that he has mine
than one roll book and Is not giving
tho Insurgents the one that will be J
used In tho primary vote.
The llepubllcans of Mnnoa pre
cinct, who lime declared Insurgency
against the Andrews- llurfnndeuu
domination, nro marshaling nil of
annihilate Andrews, nnd put n final
their forces. They nro determined to
nlhllnto Andrews, nud put a llnnl J
end to the regime of trickery and
rollbook Juggling which was Inau
gurated by Andrews in tho Mnnoa
It Is pra tl -ally conceded that An.
drews will bo defeated, nnd defeat
ed signally. Ilo has lost the olllclal
standing that he formerly possessed
ns the paid "hiirmonlzer" of the He
publican party, and b I, defeat In
tho Mnnoa precinct and his failure lo
oven get into the. convention will end
his political activity and his abortive
offoit to build up n l.Ctto machine's
all Ms own.
What Are The?!
Keports of an agreement for cam
paign purposes between the Homo
Killers nud the Democrats continue
lo be circulated, and a number of
avowed Homo Rulers nre declared to
have signed the Democratic roll.
David Kuplhea, who nctcd ns secre
tary of tho Home Utile convention
whlim renominated Notley, has sign
ed up wlth the Democrats, ns has
also Jesse Makalnnl and Waller
Iloth Kulhe.i nnd Makalnnl are
aspirants for seats In tho Territorial
legislature and aie credited with nn
nmhltinn for n Democratic endorse
ment. Davis, who was a candidate for
supervisor on the Home Uule ticket,
has received some Democratic as
surance that ho will bo supported for
upimliitmcut ns Deauty Sheriff of
Koolaii)ko Davis' Is believed tube
u. fairly ktrong candlduto against tho
present Incumbent, Frank l'uh'.u. In
tho event of Jnrrctt being returned
to olllee. Davis' chances for tho of
tlco are considered bright.
The case of the sale of certain
stock n wind by M. I). Mousarrat
which was argued In Federal cuun
Oils morning was taken under ndvlw
meiit by Judge Dole.
Action wus brought by Mousarrat.
n bankrupt, to have set aside Hie sale
of loo shares of l'.ilolu l-iuil and Im
provenieiil Coinpan stock which he
claluifd was worth (luou but which
was sold for luu b Hie nun In charge
of his alfulrH.
The ciieton hriiught Up ut the
lieniliig this morning was whether tho,
coiiif of Ijiu rl'feieli Inn) 'Jui Miction
III the, luulter (if felting ruddo lint Willi.
irt a '
01.1.1 1: .sco it (iff
to tiii: coast
Oliver Hcott, the well known Inter-'
Island .Steam Navigation olllclal who
has become a familiar figure to local
shippers, bus been granted u well-'
earned vacation. "Olllo" will be a
pusBengor by the Oceanic liner Sierra
for Sun Francisco next Wednesday I
morning. He will lie nicompanted by!
Mrs. Scott and It Is his Intention to
In all ages
call for a barley
Hellanicus, in writing of Plinthium, a city in
Egypt, said that the Egyptians made a wine of barley
that, they considered very necessary for the body.
Today the increasing use of "wine from barley"
well proves the wisdom of the old Egyptians. Our
men of science who make a study of the human
economy endorse and urge the use of barley and malt
in the form of pure beer.
The reason is that beer is hpnlf hfnl TVip mnlfc
and hops are nerve food, and the habit of drinking it
keeps the body supplied with, fluid to flush out the
THE WEAK, THE NERVOUS AND THE SLEEP
LESS MUST HAVE IT.
In Hawaii, where the air is lacking in all vitality,
where the least unusual effort results in exhaustion,
. the necessity for this food is marked.
- And here can be had a beer that is absolutely
pure and properly aged. 4
t ft mr
Certainly if we can show
you a line of garments that
cannot be surpassed' in the
market for the price you
will want to see it, won't
w e ve estabiisneci our
claims proven to the buying
public that we have the right
kind of clothing at the right
kind of prices.
If you are wise in your
time you will put us to the
Prices range from $20 to
spend the greater part of the next
two months visiting In and about Cen
tral nud Southern California Mr
Scott lias not been away from tile
islands for oxir eight yenrit Fresno,
Calif, the 'home city of Mr. Scott will
come in for u considerable share of
the time spent on the coast by the
popular shipping man.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 18S
the inhabitants of warm coun
tries have known Nature's
and malt food.
Th Jcr Tlmfs
us prove it.
McC.UIIti: At Kainaluuialu, Aug
21, l'.MO, to Mr nnd Mrs Jns. 'M
Midulre. n daughter
Girls who enrry wutche In . tl
belts are guilty ot wuUtlng their tr
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