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At- Popular Prices
; HOSIERY AND GLOVES Thi department is one of
our Special attractions. We carry oil of the lines put up
by the best Eastern factories. The "Onxy" hosiery com
bines the best quality with moderate prices. Every pair
of Gloves or Hose guaranteed.
VEILINOS In Black, White and Colors. A large stock
to purchase from, including some very handsome "Spider
GINGHAMS A new assortment of serviceable patterns
in Plain, Checks and Stripes. lOo a yard,
LADIES' RAIN COATS The rainy season is dose at
hand. Inspect our new sto:k of Cravcnctted Coats. They
embody the best in style and quality.
HANDSOME PILLOW TOPS Another lot received
LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND BABY OUTFITTING DE
PARTMENT Dainty garments for children and infants
are a specialty .here. All sizes jwd styles in the "Nemo"
and "R. & CV' corset.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Just large, firm Queen Olives. Picked
right, packed right, taste right.
The most delicious olives sold
Ask Your Grocer, for Them
HAS THE FINEST MEATS SOLD IN HONOLULU. KILL
ED UNDER GOVERNMENT INSPECTION, AND KEPT IN
A SANITARY, RAT-PROOF SHOP. ORDER A STEAK
AND NOTE THE FLAVOR.
W. J1. HEILBRON and A. LOUIS...
' A DISTRESSING
(Continued from Pace 1)
of my life,"' said MIsh Akamii when
Blie stepped off the steamer. "The
bcitutf Tut scenery anil the receptions
given us were simply grand. You
may be mire I have, nothing hut words
lit limine for the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n."
The .cvery-happ tind smiling Ancle
Pnngfllnnn wiib the picture of hnppl- j
noss unit good health She mild that i
the llullctln party wan nitml roy
nlly entertained wherever thev uenL
Silie In of course glml to get back to
Honolulu though It did look rather
email after the sights of tho big city.
.Mrn. Moore, who was Joined by her
husband on the Inst prevloiiH trip of
the Wllhclnilna, said sho had hud a
splendid time and enjoyed every mo
ment of the tour.
Mrs. Ueggs, the official head of tho
party, nlso Joined In the pleasant
words of the home-coining. "We
luivo bad a good time and we are all
very grateful to tho Dulletln, anil
to tho many people along the way who
greeted us so cordially. Manager
Ijilirni of the Hotel Manx was espec
ially kind to the party. Iteiilly, there
Is nothing too good for Honolulu peo
ple at his hotel."
MrH. lleggs left for her home nt
l'uuneiic on the Manna. I.011 at noon.
Miss Aknimi wilt leave for llllo on tho
Wllhelmlnn In order to reach borne in
time for the opening of tho school
How This Lo Angeles Wo
man Was Helped by the
A BIG STOCK
(len. II. Curtis, manager of Jordan
& Co., returned this morning by the
Wllhelmlnn from Han Francisco,
where bo went a few weeks ago to
purchase a stock of dry goods. He
secured a line stock of goods that n
big San Francisco llrni bud ordered
but failed to receive on account of not
being able to make payments re
quited. Tho wholesalers untitled Mr
Curtis by cable that this stuck of
goods was'ln San Kranclsco and that
It could be bought at u ery low 11k
ure. He lett the same week for San
Francisco and purchased the goods
for llfty-elght cents on the dollar,
which required mi outlay of twenty
II vo thousand dollars.
The imrchnsu of this largo stock
was unnounced here a few dny ago
by cable. Tho enllro stock was
brought hero by the Wllhclnilna and
draymen uro busy today getting this
largo quantity of dry goods Into the
Jordan Rtore and warehouses. An
Immense salo to dispose of this stock
will be advertised In a few days.
WE HAVE WITH US
AT THE YOUNO.
Wednesday, Aug. 31.
Victor 8. Clark, Wash., I). C ; Carl
C. Joys. Jr., S. !'.; H. F. Knudsen.
Denver, Col.; F. II. Ackley, Portland.
Ore.; Mr. nnd Mrs. M. II. llarnard,
f '"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
For Boys and Girls
None better than those carried by us
Get full value for your money
by buying from us
The Regal Shoe Store
King and Rothel
She Uied Dr. William.' Pink Pill. When
Sha Needed More Strength and the
Pure, Rich Blood Soon Brought
"I can't N'gln to tell of the Wnellt I
received from Dr. Williams' Pink Pill-,"
pa) Mn. A. K. Hay, of No U7h I ut
I'oity-IIith Ptiect, Ijm Angel, I'd-
"l-our or live ciip ngo m ine lime oi
life Vv lien 1 needed ret, 1 Uvamc rim
don n through overwork ami worry car
ing for my husband "who bad lurn Injur
ed. I ln-nuiio fo weak nnd debilitated
that I clldn t have strength to do my
work. I bad no nmbltion to do any
thing. Food didn't seem to strengthen
me. I liatt dltri-Mng luUni in the back
of the neck nnd along the spine I mf
fered from headache, wai vciy nervoiw,
couldn't kIci ii st all, ami the lcut little
iuio Muitk-aiiie. I win coiillnod to IhiI
lor tlneo wivks at n time I vvaiiiduced
in weight fioin I ill to lift pound
"I win under the care of tliu-c dot tors
at ililleicnt time timing my Hiking.
Willie taking their medicine I pirmeil
to feel pouio Utter but would bo ai
sick ill cer jvhen I Moiud taking It.
The iliHtorspalil I would never get well
without an operation, out my liu-numl
would not coiiM'tit to it. I bud Urn k)
over a jear when a friend lirtitl me to
try Dr. Williams' Pink PilN I hud tried
mi iiiniiv medicine mid dot torn that I
didn't I one much fuitli In the pills but
decided to gio tlicm n trial It was
only a short time U'foro I Ijegan to feel
monger, jnu ncniiaciies aim nervous
nets loft mo and I win U'lietlleil in every
way. I guu the iillH a good trial and
win entliely cured. 1 uilgli moro now
than 1 bao in a long time "
If you uro lnteiv.teil In the remedy that
cunil .Mrs. Hay, write today for our
Usikh't. "Plain Till kit to Women." It is
free ami will Ihi K-nt p'lpuid
Dr. Wllllami' Pink Pills arealways tho
Paine and are sold only in piukic-cn I tar
ing the well-known Hade mark, llr Wil
liams' Pink PilU for Pale People " Pills
sold ill any other packap', or ww, by
the down or lmndml ate not the mine,
whatever the clerk tells jou 'Ibe gi'ii
ulne are cold by all druggets or will be
pent by mail, Hiftpuld, on ieci-i.t ol
iirirn, 60 cent js-r Ikix. Pit Urn for
'.' Al), by tho l)r Williams Medicinu Co.,
rV-henectaily, X. Y.
go , -jK
i Free! Free ! Free! I
(Contlnueil from Pace l.t
Itlehnrils rut) Into :iiii killed I.iil
ICeknl Paolo on March -11 and for this
wiis Indicated b tho Claud .lurj on
May l'"i, the charge being manslaiighi
er In the first degree.
County Attorney Catheart refused
to prosecute Richards nfter healing
tho testimony In the easo and bwing
the scene of Iho accident.
Thero was considerable criticism or
this notion nt the time, and, In spile
of Cnthcarl's stand, tho drain! Jim
returned an Indictment and turned
tho prosecution of tho caso over to
tho attorney general's department.
Tho case was set for tilal last wenk
nt tho time the criminal calendar for
Iho term wns rend ami this morning
at olghl-lhlrty wun called bpforo Judgi
Tho Territory was represented liv
Attorney (leneral I.ludxay and tho do
fenso by W. H. IMIngs nnd C. C. Hit
ting. When the caso was called In rourl
tho prosecution addressed tho bench
saying that after a thorough examin
ation of the evidence submitted and a
careful Inspection of tho place whore
tho ucclilent occurred ho was of the
opinion that tho accident was unavoid
able. It was liU opinion that tho du
fondant hhmild not bo held to nnower
utidir tho Indictment nnd ho declin
ed to prosecute asking that n no) pros
Tho den co wns entered ns request
-d by tho prosecution and tho prlso'i
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 3, 1010.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Noa W Alull to OjIiu Hallway &:
Lund So u
John Kmmelutli to Cluis H Man
TIidh K Knhuo to lB.iholla Peter
Entered for Record Sept. 0, 1010.
FroraO a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Adam Kiiukau to l.aliulnu Agri
cultural Co Ltd D
Marea Klna and lisli to W llob-
ertsou . . .....,... I)
W P Knlololilu to Kiancls K
Kanial.i Kiihnlumoltit to KramU
K Akana I
W K Keoho and vvf to Wlllluin
Allen ft ItobtiiKin Ltd to Nina
Hllva et al i Hoi
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.
Wo carry a full lino of BOYS'
CLOTHING, ranging from $5 up.
MORE DETAILS OF
e-.ifl off Craven Hhoal buoy
IllUalmili K. Iloolh has renounced
hur apiioluniient ns admlnlslrnliix of
Iho opinio of her deceased hush.illil.
t'hailes W Iloolh. ami bus askmi tlui
Hawaiian Trust Coinininy ho appoint
ed In take. chaiH" nl tho oalalo.
Wlllluin HilvblKf bus (lltKl hi llllh
nniiiiul nrnninl on illn iliitw uf Jlan
mil A- iUrviu, iImi'wwhhI, lie nslis to
Ih. cli;irMil will) II.IIHKO Hint lu bo
(Continued from Pace 1)
tho Department of California under
the (oniniand of a brlgadler-geuenil,
ami that the for.es In tho Islands
lie materially Incieaseil.
(lenural Harry points out that the
Territory of Hawaii lu tho far away
from Han Krancltco to bo adminis
tered us at present and also declaies
that the forces should bo lu rented
so that the entire toiuploiiicnt of reg
iments shall bo statluned in the Ib-
lands. At picsent portions of the
Klfth Cavalry and tho Twontleth In-
fnntry comprise tho garrisons of tho!
Hawaiian posts, tho other portions of J
the regiments being cither In the
Pulled States or III Manila.
Tho report recommends that l'ort
Shatter ho expanded Into a regiment
at post nnd that u regiment of lu
fnntry ho stntloned there and that
Scholleld Hnrrncks be garrisoned by
a leglmeiit of cavalry Instead of two
squadrons us nt present The organ
Iwtlon of tho batteries nt Fort Ka
mehnmohn Into n scpaintu battle com
maud of four lompaules of Coast Ar
tillery la recommended.
Another Important Hem of tho re
port Is tho lecomiuendntlnii that
Atasradero ranch bo purchased by
tho (iQV'crninciit and turned into n
permanent army pout gurrlsoued by
the mohllo foires of tho department,
leaving tho Coast Artillery to gnrrl
sou tho Presidio of Ban Francisco,
Regarding tho target practise of
tho Coast Artillery the report Bas
"Tho results buvo been satisfactory
Tho pnutlBcs of tho Hlxtli-Iltth and
Thirty-eighth (ompunles, llattery Mr
Kiniion, Captain .1. II. Murplo com
niaiidlng, nnd of tho Sixth fourth
Company, lit Battery Mendell. Cap
tain (I, P. Connolly lomtuaiidlng,
weio oxcellout. The former coin
panics firing at a range of Kin
yards with mortals, made nine IiIIh
out of ten Khols tthe shot thai miss
ed coming within 'iO urit of 'lie
tamely), at a largct moving n 'I
miles an hour in n iiilniu. " !
secoipls, or ahmit one louud no. uxii
ulo, Urn maximum nifu or i.m t."r
Ulltled by iegul.itlon '1 Ui r i ill
lliliss u ruuird foi mnii.n i.."
whlidi Iihs lievei hern I
DROPS TO BAY
NKW YOIIK. August 27. While nt
templing to II v bis nrvniilnue from
Hheeifh"iil Hay track to Port ll.imll
ton this morning .Mars, the nvlat.o
wns e.iugbt In a henvy wind and m
lied out over Iho lower liaj vv'hei lit
miieliliie suddenb ' llapse.l nnd f 'I
lino ihe w.il r Mur wis hk I ill'
by the tugboat Hustler The wicked
lo-iopluno v.ns Inkeii alioard a llglitei
Mum was shaken tip li ill.' fa'l but
wns not badly hurt
I Ii was shortly before 7 o'clock when
J Mars, lu his noroplan- arose rrom tho
Hliiepshead ll.iv track ami In .uleil for
Mlilihaltuli be.ich He ioo l.i .1 li..-.:it
I of about JUDO feel, and atlM r it 1 t g
lurouiid two ir tluee tliuii. II. n n .t
tovvnrd Coney Islnud. wlicn- lie il.m
lied I) Ily to l'ort lliimlltnn A mil
, ileli gust rirrled lie av..Hnr mil nof
til ive-eiid bay. white M.ir in-. I con
,t'o Sudd uh tin in iiliiiin npp. ir i
10 CollupM' ami f' II lino I lie w ii. r
tn- Mv i iippi itv ut Purlim-ion,
Invtii, b.i- t."i. lied Hie low water
11 ulk esl'i wished 111 I8U4
Contains 200 Sheets of Writing
Just the thing for School
"nr Hflin" Muds hi it'iin'iiii
ii llullMtn elllo,