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EVENING lU'MXTIN, nON'OMJMT, T. II. WTDSTSIHY Al'fl. 11. 1910.
Big Special Sale
' "..roil TIinEE DAYS, BEaiNHfNQ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1
HEMMED ROMEO SHEETS
S.'ze 54x90, $ 7.50 doz. G5c eacli $5.75 doz. 60s each
" '72x90 8.50 " 75c " 7.50 " 05c "
" ,81x00(....n.... 9.50 " 85c," 8.00 " 70c "
".00x90 10.50 " 05c." 8.50 " 75c "
VHEMSTIICHED ROMEO SHEETS
. , Regular. Special.
Size 54x90 ,$ 8.25 doz. 70c each $7.00 doz. C5c each
" 72x00 10.50 " OOo " 8.75 " 75c '
" 81x90 12.00 " $1.10" 0.75 " 85c '
.HEMMED FRANCONIA PILLOW CASES
' Regular. Special.
B"ze 42x30 $1.75 doz. 15c each $1.25 doz. 12i2c Ea.
" 45x30 2.00 " 203 " 1.50 " 15c
on Embroidered Orass Linen Dress Patterns, Waist Patterns. Round Ta
ble Cloths, Hemstitched Table Cloths, Doylies, Tea Cloths, Scarfs, Tabic
Centers and Tray Cloths.. Alio
BATTENBERG ART GOODS
Including Scarfs, Snuares, Centerpieces, Doylies, etc.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Comer Fort and Beretank Streets Opposite Fire Station
Sclf-Dcfcnsd Was Pleaded
But Judge Thought
Thin morning nt the police court,
tho en no mj.ilmtt Jnlin Cannon, who
, was charged with hitting Willie
Kouzn with n stone, mid thereby
knocking: Mm out, enmo tip (or trial.
The row Blurted lit n luaii, nud niter
one o( tlui hunch hnd been licked (or
hutting: into tho show, lie went tiwny
mild brought a crowd o Portuguese
mlid Hawaiian back to do up the
tliree'loile linolea who were at tho
litau. ' 'i'
One o( the liuoles, Davis, went out
Eldo to greet the llcwromors, and he
got knocked cold. Thon 13d. Finn
vcutur-(Tout to assist Ills friend mid
' lift "met tho bjiiio (nte.Tlie toughs,
put their boots Into the unconscious!
men's faces, mid It was then that
John Cannon stepped oft tha vornndn
and took' a hnnd at rescuing his pals.'
'' 'John 'advanced towards the bunch
of hoodlums mid, as they eamo at
lilm w'ltli" h rush, ho backed up
"lvu'gulnst tho, fence, picked up n stone,
lilt, Sotiza on the head nnd knocked
liTm nut. Luckily for Cannon, Souza
has recovered from the wound, and
this morning Cannon was ordered to
pay $50 (or tho privilege- o( defend
ing his body and possibly his lite
from a bunch o( would-be, thugs who
had already placed his two friends
hors da combat.
Attornny I M. Straus nppearcd
for Cannon, and ho at once noted an
appeal when Judge Andrade found
his -client guilty.
night Chief McDiilllo got
word that u bunch of Hawallans was
going to attack a number or Inuilnos
out at Thomas Siiunre, wheio tho Hu-
wnllau bund wus pluyhig. The chief
got together a bunch of special offl-
cers nnd went out to the park. There
was u big ciowd of Hawallans and
marines present, and the natives
were nnuer with clubs. Tho chief
sent his men uround to watch things,
and us he hud got tho tip that tho
attack on tha marines wub to take
place us soon ns a signal was passed
uround, ho ant ijlputed tho rumpus
by starting in to tlcar tho Hawallans '
out of the Buuare. I
Tho ixilUo used their clubs nnd
billies, and 111 a short time thcro wus doubt as to the prnet Lability o( (our
a general mlxup nil over tho ground.! reclamation projects. Mr. Curler
In tho darkness many n man was hit,"''! I'o had examined all the projects
by mistake, nnd home o( tho pollen
ulllcers hit nno number. Ap.mu, tho
Ch '.leso detective, landed n punch ft
la C'ordoll on Olllrnr Mliivlolle, and
Captain Nellson also gut u poku from
romobody In tho' dark. He, how
ever, got even with tho man who did
II, and that Individual wilt hno n
ho io jaw (or konio time to come.
I'lliiilly thn pglli'O sentteted tho
mob of toughs and diova Iheiu down
thn sltcet before them. Homo who
liUeted got a welt or Iwo nud Iheii
took Io t hoi r lios, The troitbla be
tween llin Hawaiian gang and Hie
umiliiiMi liiul been brew lug (or muiiu
I line, Mini It wus only the Up Unit
,Ml'l)lllllll Kill UlHl plHtUlllMil u Mil-
mi l I'll.
Hsf.lWM.r.TIM ADB MAY-TKC
DON'T STEP ON A RAT
To Kill It!
Tha latest and surest way to kill rats,
mica and other vermin is to Ret from your
druggist a package o( the guaranteed
exterminator, Stearns' Electric Rat and
Ready (or (isa; batter than traps, (or it
drives rats and mice out o( the house to
die. Money back It It (alls. 2-or. box 25c.;
10 02. box $1.00. For sale by druggists or
sent express prepaid to nearest express
office nn receipt ol price.
Stearns' Electric Taste Co., Chicago, III.
lluslnc&s on tho local Stock Ux
chango mused no extra flurry, al
though there was n steady market
with some, stocks holding an upward
1'lonecr inailo a substantial ad
vance. Two blocks o(llve shares
each went nt 23Ii, an Increase of
three dollars above the going prlco
nt the last previous sale.
Wnlalua at 129. HO holds steady In
trade, twenty. live shares between
boards nud thirty at session sales
earning that figuro changing hands.
Oului Sugar did soma trading ut
prices from32.12.r to 32.25, the Int
tei being commanded nt session sales
on a 100-shnro block.
Tho following dividends were de
clared: C. Ilrowcr & Co., $2 share;
Kvvn, 20c share; Wulninnnlo, $2.50
ehate; Haw Klcctrlc, 50c share;
Olowalu. $2 share; Hon II & M.,
16e share; I I 8. N Co., O.'c share;
Kahiikii, 10c slulre; Haw. Pineapple
Co., 20c share.
I WASHINGTON, Aug 10 llcforo
CongicsH meets In December Piefd
dent Tuft will have In his ivosscsslon
n comprulii nuho icport on tho reclam
utlon projects owned by the govern
incut. Flvo army engineers nro now
In tho Went to examine tho 32 govern.
incut projects, nnd on their report to
the President will ilopcnd In what
...... . 01,.iK r .i. n.nnn nnu
)0Mu authorized by Congress shall bo
The luw provides that no pirt of
(10 tjo.onn.lHin tlinll be oxpunded on
any now piojeet, nor 3 nny lsirtlou o(
it to bo expended on uny existing pro-
Ject until the engluoT officers o( the
army make a report and tho Presl
dent nppiovcs tho piojert as (caslblo
Mr. Tart Is anxious that work on
the feaslblo leelnmatluu piojects
shull go fin ward with all possible
In the dchato on tho bond Issue
ulll, Senator Carter, chairman of the
comniltteo on Initiation, expressed
nnd had reached the conclusion Unit
It would bo Inadvisable to oxpond
mi) moro money jm the two In North
Dakota ittid one in Kansas. A fourth
project. In Now Mexico, ho regarded
The uriiiy englneots will study
theuo pioju ts vv.'th (portal (are. On
part of their Inspection tour they
will bo niioiupiiuled by Prcdeilrk II.
Nowell, dlieitor, and Arthur 1'. Da
vis, chief engineer, of I ho loclnnm
All n'f the Aluskan riwtl land
eliilnn, with thn ttxieptsui of the fa
mous CininliiKlmiii minip, ulll b re
lutwiluitlH by niilsr of Mr llnlllii
Mr. twntidmy i( Hie Initttlor. Til"
uin I, will lit) In tliuriw nr Andrew
I'IiiMwiwii, whit iiiwfwlwl aniU II
Will Make Speeches
At Many Outside
(Special Correspondence )
IIII.Oj Aug 29. Delegate. Klihlo Kit-
lanlnitnolo will come to Hllo In tlic
Manila e.i tomorrow.
A short time ago Campaign Manag
er Carl Smith wrote to Honolulu sug
gesting that the Delegate come to this
xlilo of the Island for n slnrt sta) In
oriler that he might get hack Into
touch with the community hen, nnd
at tho sanio time his pesence would
scivo tA strengthen tho entlro Hepub
llean patty hern.
Last week Mr Smith was ndlscd
that his suggestion hnd linen adopted,
and tho vNIt of tho Delegate Is now a
Detailed arrangements have now
been made for tho cntertnlnmcnt and
campaign work which the Delegate
will do during his short slay here. Ho
leaes next Friday.
On arriving In tho Mnuna Koa th"
Delegate will go straight to the Hllo
Hotel, nhero ho will reside during
Ids stay On his arrival theie he wilt
meet such friends, as may come there
to M'o lilm. nnd will then start bv
nutnmoblto for Puna, probably taking
luncheon at Olan. Ho will bo ac
c-mnpniiled by Chairman W. II. Ueers
of the Republican County Committee
and probably by Campaign Manager
The Delegato will during Wednes
day afternoon make slops vnt Ulna,
Pnhoa and Knlnpana, making short
nddrersos at each of (hexo iHilnts. Ho
will return to Hllo late In tho after
noon On Wednesday evening thcro will
hp u public icccptlou tendered nt the
Aimory. heglnulng nt eight o'clock
Iliindieds of Invitations to tills funr
tlou nro being Issued by the Cnnntv
There will bo no speech mnklng. tho
Idea being to provide an npportnnlt)
to the citizens of Hllo to meet the
Dtdegnto and to express to lilm their
nppreclnllmi of the excellent work
which hn did during tho recent ses
slon of Cong! ess.
It Is planned that the Delegato will
spend the gi enter port of Thursday at
tho Hllo Hotel, whero ho will ni-ot
his friends, and will discuss various
details in connection with tho lolltl
cat situation and tho coming campaign
On Thursday evening thcro will be
n great political mass meeting nt Moo
beau Park, where speeches will bo
made by tho Delegato and by tho lo
onl orators on tho Issues ot tho day
On Friday morning tho Delegate ro'
turns to Honolulu In tho Manna Ken
Thcro was a loud nolso In tho vl
elnlty of a prominent downtown
hotel early this morning. It sound
ed as though some heavy object bad
fullen to earthy nnd that an em
lirjonlc earthquake was astir Jolly
Trlxlo had broken down her bud.
It Is netessiry for tho two hoavy-
set people, Jolly Trlxle and her
brother, lluby llllss, whose combined
weight Ib 1271 pounds, to dml lodg
logs on the ground floor, us neither
of them can climb stnlrs. It took a
carpenter four hours to reinforce
two beds at a downtown hotel, and
ho thought that tho couches were
strong enough to support a couple
of baby elephants. Hut It was deni
uiiBtraled beyond tho preadventure
of n doubt that tho curpentor had
not bullded well when Jolly Trlxlo
was precipitated to tho lloor this
morning with n thundering crash.
Tho landlord, who happened to
come from Mlsbourl, stuck his head
Into TrlxleV' ruoin, nnd, nfter ono
guze at tho huge mountain of flesh,
struggling to free Itself from among
n mass of springs, timbers, posts,
UiiHtB, unit other wreckage, wus
heard to say: "This Multuro of
Parvo business Is a Mccttlo' too
Trlxlo, howovor, took her plight
good-naturedly. Sho says she Is
used to beds going down beneath
her enormous weight, only, she says,
"I wish I would bounce? It would bo
more pleasant "
When seen luter In tho duy Trlxlo
was noiio tho worse for her uufortu.
into mishap, and was feeling us
good-tiAtured mid ns Jolly us over,
and stated that sho and her tiny
little brother, lluby llllss, would ro
main hero on exhibition this week
only, Saturday being their last day,
after which time they will (onllmio
tho tr.i mound th world.
WltKCKINO news on thn btnm
er tlieeiiwood und tho luirgo llell
iihlu.iire busy isiiiuvltiK Hwu mid
lltilntis nt villus (rum Ihu wrmi. nf
thn it hunur Jmiiim llipli, witi'li
lutm bven iilwnidmid nn Ihn uw mr
1'itliit Htii I'wliu. Tlu til U h
(Continued from Tace 1)
from the ramp Hoprj's.-nt n,i, nixtilct
No person shall hold mme than one
Since Andrew a Is not a member of
tho County Coniniltt e nnd was not
even In' Hawaii at the time of the last
County Convention It lh evident lint
he has participated In the e nitidis ot
the County Committee li ihe perpe
tration of n'frfiild nn. I In absolute eon
tempt (or tho earefulh drawn rules of
ho arty, spcclfxlni: thie entllled to
the iiso o( proxies on Hn County Com
Instead, of Andiews holding tho
proxy of Charles Costa ns was stated
yesterday, It doelop. that Andrews
slid into his frnudtili nt neat l tho
use of tho Drown inx and Costi
proxy Is being used b I C Cohen
tho latter having been a member of
tho last county conxrntlon
Tho exposure b the II n 1 1 e t I n of
Andrews' crooked work In 'rjlng to
pack the County Committee In tho
Interests of Cohen nnd hlmroK lm
aroused n feeling ainnng the other
membcre of tho Countv Committee
that assures prompt action If Ainliews
nppearx at tho meoilug on the seenlli
pieclnct protest tonight
Clnrenro Crabbo, thalrtnin of tlt
County Comniltteo wes surprlspd
when ho was Fhown that Andrews hail
been participating In the d-IIheratloiiH
of tho County Committee b) tho per
petrntlon of n deliberate ftuud He
stated without ouulinr-ituti that ns
far as ho was concerned bo would see
to It that tho rules of ihe party are
Thero does not appear to bo nnv
way by which Andrews lltirfauile.iu
niul Cohen can compile ite the Issue li
shouting "Htitinr Intereis "
Androws has been rnucjit ngiln
sncrlllclng tho lmrtv u Jerio his own
ends In endeavoring i inek the Conn
ty Comniltteo by tishi5 n pmxy fiau
(Continued from Pace .
lnl..ln., 'in mm ormtipn fit U11K
..nl.....1 . W nil,,. t..m 1... 1,11.1 ,111.1 '
tillili-il ay IVui'i nj't Jii J""" ,,.
$1000 (of Improvements; ranch nt
Knllhl, containing ten nrres, nt
$0000 (or tho land nnd $2500 (or
Ranch nnlmnls and poultry were
given n valuation of M270.50.
A detailed statement of all the
property wos filed, Including, the
number of hens deceased owned nnd
tho number of shares of different
Men for 2Crt2D bus been tiled In
court by Charles Lucas and John
I.ucas, doing business under the mime
of Honolulu Planing Mill, ngnlnst J
C. Cohen for an unpaid balance due
on the remodeling of the play house
known as New Otpheiuu on Hotel
The papers tiled In tho cine allege
that the woilc done on thu new the
ater by this firm amounted to .rG5i.2!
nud that $300U has beery paid upon it
Work wus llnlshed July in and tho
firm doing the work usk that payment
(or it be made or legal steps will be
taken to rolled the amount alleged
to bo still due
JURY T01 DRAWN
Tho trial Jury (or tho October term
ol Federal Court will probubly bo
drawn tomorrow, or If not then by
Friday ut the latest
Clerk Murphy of tho Pederul Court
arrived homo from a two-weekB vaca
tion spent on Hawaii this morning
and Is ready for tho stianuous wink
of tho next term of court.
Seventy mimes will be drawn from
which to clioono thn men necessary to
sit on the (iiKes which 1110 to come up
before the IVderul Coilrt beginning
soon utter October first
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Wednesday, Aurj. 31
Victor S Clink. Wnsli., I) ( , Cirl
C Ji)s. .Ir, H I'; II. P. Kuiidseu
Denver. Col : I", II Aekloy, Portland,
Ore.: Mr and Mrs. M. II, lluruuril,
Toiuuiron .lililgu Hole will render
derision In thn e,io of line United
Hlutos versus John II, the ean glow
ing out of eomleinimtlini piocMhllnyii
whenli) the Kovurnm.lit iniilr
land near I's.nl l,M'U fur III)."), mh1
I lilt India ilUpuilim H III wliotu lln
IllOlle) oliolllil Irti ptild
Iti'tU) llullillii l nr )mf
cejn ran sirs
TO introduce our BOYS' CLOTHING
Department we will give FREE
with every suit purchased a Splendid
Gun Metal Stem Wind and Stem Set
Watch. This watch is not a toy but
a watch that is guaranteed for one
year by the maker.
We carry a full lino of BOYS' .
CLOTHING, ranging from $5 up.
yield to the persuasive powers of
and strength comes with the first
You can SLEEP soundly after
taking it, and lift the system into
a condition to resist the enervating
It gives mental power- to those
who use it.
It is the HOME beer.
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The liecM Tlt's