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At Popular Prices
HOSIERY AND GLOVES This department, is qne of
our special attractions. We carry all 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.
VEIIINGS In Bla:k, White and Colors. A large stock
to purchase from, including some very handsome "Spider
OINGHAMS A new assortment of serviceable patterns
in plain. Checks and Stripes. lOo a yard,
LADIES' RAIN COATS The rainy season is close at
hand. Inspect our new stock of Cravcncttcd 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. A11 sizes and styles in the "Nemo"
and "R. & G.T corset.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
The greatest care is used in selecting
the olives for making
Only sound, perfect fruit is used. It is absolutely pure
with exquisite flavor.
YOUR. GROCliR HAS IT
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. F. HEILBRON and A. LOUIS. . .
Marcallino Says He Could
Not Make Loans
"Under tlio terms of tlio power or
attorney granted A. V, Gear liy John
K. Sumner, lie liuil no right to In
t' vest one cent of Sumner's money,
nnil wu are going to make him ac
count for It," said John Marcallino
today In speaking of the mutter.
The case of the appointment of n
guardian for Sumner lit on In Judge
Robinson's court today, having heen
opened at 10 o'clock this morning.
lly the accounts filed liy dear it
In shown that Thayer of Philippine
fame, who U now buying cunu lands
III those Biiu-kh.ed IsleB, received
11000 from Hear, which belonged to
Humiier, and for whUh he gave a
Other loans made liy Hear weie
$2300 to Francis Levy Outfitting
Club; snsii to James I'lrtland, of
which $214 has been repaid. Of the
total amount or SU227.'J! which
(Sear received by his own acknowl
edgment, he paid Into court the sum
of hut I!)'.l.:i5.
John Unrrnlllnn was appointed nt.
loruey In fact for Sumner hint May,
and It was because he forced nu nc
con n I lug to the court fioin (lour that
the iiiiidltloii of urfnlrs wiih learned.
"I never saw mich li ineiM," said
Miirciilllini in speaking of the Hum
iier affair this afternoon "It lias
gut lo I mi MinlKliti'iird tint, anil II In
up In Hear in show up lli-it uumey
' lie IoimmhI wIUi no itulliuiliy "
Tim IIINUIIItUII llilWllll'Wl III fllVUI' llf
ll IHw phiiiiniupll which hit Its
IWWIIlU ill lilt' lllllH llf KMlllHM Ml U
iliul i lit itiiiiln iii piuvhln much
lullUt'l Mellon. lllilH by I III tllllMI
(Continued from Pace 1)
mom In wlfli.1i tlui Indians were
should bo lo ked up.
Two police ulllceis it ml a 'Couple
of trusties were ipilckly sent down
to the iminlgratlon Btntlon, and upon
arrival found the Hindus stretched
out around the lloor mostly asleep,
A few questions mjou elicited the
fact that the men wanted to see
the coneiil, and fl ml out why they
are detained, t'pon being Informed
that the consul would lio called
again, the Hindus subsided and be
came quiet. A couple of police of
llcors were stationed about the build
ing, and the mutter ended fur tlio
Today at 1 o'clock a small boy
was drowned In the stienm that runs
thlough the Cleghoru piopeity at
WalMkl. The boy entered tlio water
and was washed clown through the
subwiiv, and when found was near
tlio (.'.(trigger (Jluli pinperty.
Hherlff Jairell nt onto went out
to the kcenu of the ac Idcnt, and Dr.
Ma kail accompanied Mm. An In
tiilr will ho held Into the ill own
ing this evening, hut all the sin
loiimllngH nf the cimu uiint to ac
fj"ror nont" cards on salo at
lh flullilln nlllea.
I.JIH". MltHHltl l (iiiiililinl hum
iikiiii nlliililii fin nun hi tun um
HvWHli MulklUM ill. Inn. u f i not
lofcli pihulu iimiiii Adilia
II U lliiliellli .iHIm
CASE IS HEARD
McBrydc Gets Lecture
At the polite court this' morning
several hours were taken up with
the Korean case in whUh 'six men
are accused of having beaten up
Yung, who formerly was a police of.
fleer. The trouble stalled nt thu
lvorenn society house on Miller
street, and It resulted in Vong get
ting very badly beaten.
The prosecution was conducted by
Attorney l.lghtfoot, and l-orrln An
drews appeared for the defense. The
first witness lulled was n Mrs. Krol
liis, mid she told uf what sho saw nt
the time of the alleged assault. Her
evidence was not shaken -under
The next witness was Sydney
Jackson, mid he told what ho know
of the affair. He sworo that three
or tho accused men bent Yung up.
Jackson was ory positive as regards
the kicking that went on while Yong
was on, the lloor.
Yong was tho third witness, and
ho told of the licking he got. He
nleo showed some teeth marks on
his bn'k that he sworo were made
by Mime of the would -lie cannibals
ho was mixed up with on the day
of tho trouble. Andrews doubted If
anyone tould blto through n coat mid
two shirts; l.lghtfoot Invited An
drew to try, but Yong objected.
There were several verbal scraps
between tho lawyers while the case
was being heard, and many smiles
wtro keen around the courtroom. At
torney Mcllrl.te, who appeared for
one defendant In the case, waived
examination mid demanded a jury
trial. Judgo Andrade lommltted
Mcllrldo's client for trial at the Cir
cuit C'ouit mid then the bond was
llxed tit SOU.
The next matter was taken up,
mid then It was noticed that Me
Mr) dc and his colleague had dlsup
peitied from tho couitrtxim. Judge
Andrade seemed surprised, and In
qulro as to the whereabouts of th
man who had not, to far, provided
bonds. A hurry-up call was sent
for n police oII:er, and tho Korean
was discovered downstairs with Mc-
llryde. Tho attorney came back
Into court and Judgo Andrade read
hlm u little lecture as regards pro
cedure In tlio District Court. Me
llrydo said that tho Korean had fol.
lowed hlm downstnlrs, and that ho
had not told hlm to do so. "I wns
seeing tho sheriff about tho matter
of bonds," tmltl Mcllryde. "Well,
it Is tho practise for this court to
nppiove of bonds, and tho amount
has already been set at fifty dol
lars." Then the attorney breathed
his apologies and tha Incident ended.
Tho othor case. In which Andrews
and l.lghtfoot are liattllng It out,
would appear to have n chance of
running along for n couplo of days
unless something unexposed oc
Manager Ovcrend of the Empire
Theater has heen fortunate In secur
ing Miss Cnnlleld to entertain the
patrons or his theater. She Is the
oung lady formerly with tho Casino
Company who gained so many iidtnlr
ors by her excellent violin playing.
She vvllli Miss Itockwell, tho Cali
fornia Nightingale, who Is singing nt
every show, In addition to tho dancing
and singing of the little Affluguo Sis
ters, makes the Umpire program one
of tho best on the picture circuit.
Wc arc talking about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Just note that word
"Aycr's." You arc perfectly
safe with it. No harm to you or
to your hair. 'Makes the hair
grow? It certainly docs. Stops
falling hair, too. Remember, it's
"Aycr's" wc arc talking about.
Ask your doctor about your hair
and about Aycr's Hair Vigor,
Get his approval, Your own
doctor find "Aycr's" make a
Mrontf combination, It means
ftllli, confidence, willtftcllon,
Ayor's Hair Vigor
1)015 NOT roiOIMIIUIIAIII
rwi'tilii I t Mi m Vl "
Gov. Says Conductors
Should Change This
"I hnvo notified Ihe ltupld Ttanslt
, Company that I Would apptovc nn
older thai conductors on their cars
'should not be obliged to ch.-mgo money
of n larger denomination than a five
dollar gold piece." said ()oemnr lronr
this morning In iesxiuso to a (pics
tlou as to what had hern done on
the question now up to him for np
piovnl by tho company
In speaking further of tin- matter
the (loernor stntftl that In Honolulu
we woro on practically the same foot
Ink' as California and theie tln courts
had turned "down a pioxllinu for
n two dollar limit which tln compan
les wished to set.
"I told tho com pa n In teply In
t lit ir request that setting n limit of
two dollars on tho size of money to
be changed by conductors wns the
same as making tho limit one dollar
for there wns no paper curreiio here,
ami a ono dollar limit was too small
"In tho enstern Flutes the courts
havo held that two dollars Is u rea
Konablo limit, but there Is nn quan
tity nf paper money In that section
of the country and under those clr
cumslanccs tho limit Is nil right
"The California courts hne never
set n limit hut they li'ive disapproved
of the two dollar limit. I think that
n flvo dollar limit here would be sat
lsfactory nil nround," cone uded the
Ho slated that ho had h anl not li
lug from tho company In iepl to his
approval of n flvo dollar limit and sup
jmisOcI It was waiting for a meeting of
the board to take the nutter up In
n formal manner
LIVE WIRE HITS
Dangerous Work When
This morning nt eleven o'clock, two
men were stricken by a "llvo" wire
and Ihiovvu to the ground. It appear
Hint llin men. Jago and Kniinn, were
both climbing n telephone Hit In
front of Ihe drill, when they laid hold
Willi their bare hands, of n bunch of
old telephone vvlies which were being
removed from the posts. Theso wires
In roiiie way hud come n contact with
tho electric light wires nnd, cons''
fluently, were "alive,"
Thero wore many people standing
around mid watching tho operation
or removing the old wires, and when
tho men fell m the ground, n rush
wns mndo toward them. They were
lifted up nnd taken Into Cunlia's Alley
whero they werj treated to first aid.
Doth men got terrific shocks, hut they
soon recovered nnd wero able lo sit
Tho hunch of wires Unit had fallen
to the ground was the cuuso of much
alarm lo people who passed by, nnd
two pollen olllcers wero quickly on
watch to see thnt nobody came to
any harm. The wink of dismantling
tho old overheard who system Is be
ing rapidly proceeded with, and soon
there will ho nothing except t I iiosts
to show that the old itvle of tnuimls
hIoii over existed
A concert In aid of the (litis' Indus
trial School will be given ill the
Charles It. lllshop Hall, I'liiinliou, on
Thursday evening, Sept. K. lit 8:lf
"Tho Persian (liirden" liy Mia I.ch
man. will bo sung by the following
artists who him kindly given their
services for this i.ccaslnn. Mrs. Al
lan While, Mis .Stephen Norton Hobo,
Mr Arthur Wull. Mr (1. llrown, Mrs.
Kidney M Il.illou. accompanist. A
short musical pidgrnm will precede
this work The nitlt and numbers
will be announced Liter
The pio(ftd or Oils emits rt will
ho used to puichust a piano for the
Indusliliil School Tickets l no
'Ho ii'hUIihiIimi litaiiuuittirH U lit-
it I i-il Hi lie I In Ihw Itml still D llin
iviipiohiui iniiidlim tin AMm tiift.
The iiiiiiis rm ifisiwrli) truim ur:
7 ,IU In ti UU 14 m, It I" III" i HI
Hid I In li M p HI
lUml hi 0 II (. I. rtidWJlitii
iKSitiK fur mi Ml III' 'it 1 1 Wl
Free ! Free! Free!
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 oarry a full lino of BOYS'
CLOTHING, ranging from $5 up.
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This battalion h.in a very elflcleiit
flie department, all Ihe necessary up
paratiis is at hand and stands ready
In n lire Iioumi which Is located In.
ihe most nteesMlblo nxit In tho post.l
The wngons art) Just the fame an iiuvj
belonging to n large city except tint!
Ihey nro drawn by the soldiers In
stead ot horses or other siwer. Th
old "bucket" brigade Is still used hut
with rapidity Hint Is surprising. Cup
tain Kstcx, who recently rump, to Com
pany (I, Is npiHiluled the l'lre Mar
shall. New Commander.
Captain (I. W. Mearns who recently
came fnim Company II has taken over
Company II relieving Lieutenant I'ar
does who went to Company II. The
vacancy In II company was made when
Lieutenant McClury departed Mr the
States. Captain Mearns has also been
npiKilnled Summary Court Officer.
Owing lo tlio discharge of Sergeant
Kinder there havu been n number of
changes In (1 company. Corinirnl Mo
Donald who was IIih ranking Corporal
up the time of the discharge or Mis
tier. Is' mndo Sergeant In his place.
I'rlvnto Kurtz who came to the Isl
and on I ho January boat hut who has
some previous service for Undo Bam
wns Hindu Coriioral lo 1111 tlio vacancy
left hy McDonald, l'rlvale Thomas
who has heen acting as Coriioral for
the past eleven mouths still lemalm
thu same, keeping charge of the third
It seems to be it jtopulnr thing
among the patients at tho Hospital to
go nhsent directly ufler pay day.
Quite u few of tho men did that stunt
this month mid are now doing time
In the (iiiard House. Tim Mujor Hoc
tor Is very liberal with pafsift nnd
can see no icnsonahlo excuse for the
meip to overstay lliem.
Captain (1 II Knle has nsiiunod
roiuiiiiiiid of Company (I. Papers nnd
pinpeily have heen turned over in
hlm mid he has nelllwl down "at
litillitt" Willi thu ('imiMii
jansovMkl In Hospital.
I'iIvhih Jniikuwakl nf (.'tuHiMttiy '1
lim I'mi HtiiHiiitNi iu ii I'm! i-
mill "iimr wMiiwrfWHU wiih hkh
)m M Mtlv imih li Id ui m mm iuni
m will Httf uK"i riuu nutwMltliM
JtMliWM h kl'l'l limine ill Ho I""'!
HHiltl III! lite litt.l ll IIUMllll-
Id l'i I'iWi
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gillnr wpclily hike The Cump.inx
"fell In' In he ivy inarching order but
only went lo the p do lllelds There
they pitched tepls and tested fur u
short rt bile ami i etui tied to Ihe hisI
The Company wnt under the coiiimind
of Captain Mourns.
Owing to tho dlnrhnige or one or
the musicians, Private Johnson ol
Company I' was made musician and Is
now utrving In Unit capacity John
sou t'.iiuti over with tho last recruits
on the January boat but is gsid on
To Pecrl Harbor.
Uist Tuesday round fl comp.mv
formed nt T M n. m. In light march
lug order ready fur n hike to l'e.ir'
Harbor. The sun was hot and the
roads dusty but tho "hiking company'
mndo thUr way until they reached
I'uiiloa when it Hop wns cullel Tin
ni(n wcio tumlo luppy hy the pfes
encu or an Ice cream wagon near the
deHit mid Justin- was surely ilouo tt
soda wnter. Aftor a few minutes rest
the eomi'iui) iiroceeded up the load
a ways' past Watertown where rlflo
v;ero stack d nml thu men fell out
Then under the leadership of Men
tenant Chilton the men were taken
up lo Fort KameJiameha and the hit'
twelve Inch rlllers wero given n thor
ough Inspection. The men enjojed tin
lepnst ror "chow" I very csucntla
while on tho innrth. A salt water dl
was indulged In hy most or the mei
nnd then the compuny rormed ror tin
return heme. The trip wns made Willi
only ono rest and Hie men came lilt
the post about 3:3u p. in. with dire
races and rather tired
Hawaiian ('oinuieieial sold nt I'M):
on the Slock llxt'linuge tills miiiultiii
llllll) shale, of Ihe stuck HolllK III
thai llifiu Due liillulieil shines u
lluiiokitn went in in 35 nnd full)
1. 1 III res of Oilllll ill !'.' V.l -'lve shuiei
nf Oshu al.o wint in 3ia7'w
Thu I let w tun Koird miIms lutluds
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