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r.VT.NiNO nru.r.TiN, Honolulu, t h. Monday opt ii. inm
Gloves and Umbrellas
Sachs' Big 3 Days' Sale
Beginning; Tuesday ornmg,NovemltetfjL
se anr Speoiaj' Window Disla fh
$.90 .... ..
" .4.00f A.rf..Atl.
. . . rJUcular
....$ .75 $1.00
, ;". 1.50
,),. .",. 2.00
Clark Shows That Board Has
jjj, FarrReachihg Scheme
TWO-BUTTON OR AY MOCHA KID OIOVES In all sizes; just re
ceived from the factory, Regular price, $1.50; Special, for ,3 days, $1.15.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 31. will be the last day of our BIO WHITE
SALE wh'eh ;has been running for the past week,
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
mi,! ) i ' -,
places Isveled ..Uft-iSa (that1
standing water' about your
Has your lot been
graded and filled?
Have the low
there will be no
place this winter!
Contractor P. M. POND Phone 289o
JU JT .ARRIVED
HEINZ "57" VARIETIES
Of Good Things for the Table
" INDIA RELISH
nnd nil the nllicr clml :o dainties, packed lit tho Heinz In
Three Young Men Are Charged
With committing status
"AsK; Your 'Grocer,
Pretty Boxes for
Your Xmas Gifts
TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP
THEM IN, AND STICKERS
TO FASTEN THE PACK
CHRISTMAS BELLS In
different s'zes, from. ...
5c to 50c
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
W.. n w.k r uiahr.-"
tr- I Yl j i p.tn.
Office Supply Co.,
h" '"" limited
Dealers Ip. .. '
BEMINQTON TYPEWRITERS, F
TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES V
QLOBE-WERNICKE FILINQ OABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
OENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
931 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AOAIN
Our Tov Denartment now open.
' Willi a Ffesfi" Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
r WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Christmas Cards '
Dainty Stickers to Secure
the Package . . . .
A. B. A R L E I Q H & CO.,
Everything in Books!
! i BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
U Alex. Young Building
SAN f 1U.NC13CO.
A prcfcorvittlvo for
shingles and rough
Permanent In color.
Tlint the present Hoard of Imml.
grnflon hns roniprehcnshc nml fur-
rcarlilng plans for securing Imml
grnnts for llnuall Is evidenced lu- n
statement made this morning by Dr.
Vlcnr Qlnrk, head of tho Immigra
tion v.orK ior me government iicre.
In Speaking of thp work he Bald:
"I believe tlint tho government.
In so far ns Is prn tlcnble, should
bring Immigrants to Hawaii In stnnll
pnrttcs and by the most direct
route, thus using the funds available
to rreato a permanent channel foij
Immigration and the return of Imml
grants' to their own country, ns these
returning workers nre the best ad
vertlsement for Hawaii, and will do
more good than thoso who remain
permanently III tho Territory ns la
borers to assist Immigration Into the
'Turthor, the number of Imml
Krauts brought to the Territory In
nny one year should not exceed the
capacity of the country tn nhsorb
them promptly. This Is not likely
to be c ense, on account of the
'limitation of the nmount of money
available for this purpose, hut a pos
sible excess In this direction should
alwaB be kept In mind.
"In futuro tho Hoard of Immigra
tion hopes to keep n record of overy
Immigrant coming Into tho country,
showing his former homo and pre
vious o cupatlon beore coming to
Hawaii. I should like to see this
mutter required by statute."
Asked of tho plans for recruiting
laborers nt Panama, Dr. CI.irK Bald
the only thing tlint could bo don6
nt present was to llnd out how many
ii f the laborers from northern Spain
there wcrn on tho Uthnius, their
condition of work nnd whether or
not they had families with them.
Thero Is n Federal stntutp prohlb
Itlng anyone going thero nnd trying
to Induce laborers to leave, which
would prevent nujthing being done
In the zone by labor ngents of Ha
wnil at present.
In addition, Panama, Or the Canal
Zone; In regarded ns foreign territory
us far as bringing laborers Into nny
part of the United States 1b concern
ed, nnd that nlso would prevent con.
tractlng there for laborers to come
Nevertheless, the Immigration
board hns Its eye upon thnt section
and'thc fiallego, and when the work
thero Is finished an attempt will be
made to Induce them to como to Hn
wall. This will probably ho done by
advertisements showing the possibil
ities of Hawaii which will bo pub
lished in the zone.
In regard to tho work being done
In Portugal by Immigration agents,
Dr. Clnrk stated that although the
revolution might hinder tho work
Fomowhnt, It was still biting pros
rented with success, and In a short
time Borne of the Portuguese, Imml
grants would be on their way.
Charged with a stutntoi) crime
ngulfiBt two Juung girls, at lid fu lug
tho death penalty If com h ted, three
young men nppemed befoie Judge
1-) me.-.at the police court this morn
ing, i The nnines of the joutlis nre
Jnnies Kvnns, Hddlo Olds nnd Ip.iae
Abu. All three Btnted In court this
morning thnt they wanted the Rer
vices of a Inwjer, and the prelimi
nary hearing was tbetcforo sent over
till November 4.
The.' outrnge with which, tho
three young men n. concerned hap
pened lata, on Suturdij night lit the
half.llnlshed theater nt the back ot
the Art.' on Hotel street.
K vans' nnd Olds nre eniplojed nt
tho Art Theater. The other joutli
was working with a drug firm. Toe
girls concerned In the affair wore
half-whites of fourteen and Blxteeu
j ars of age.
It appears that the girls, were
walking ' along I'.nmhl street, be
twecn Fort and Nuuanu, when Olds
accosted them nnd Inquired If the)
wanted him to escort them home.
The girls nllego that they told Old
thnt they did not want to go nlong
with him. Then Hvnns Is alleged to
have come out of tho a nut lot 01
land adjoining the skntltig rink nnd
the luilf-complotcd auditorium, nml
to have grnsped the eldest girl. Ho
Is nllc'ged to hmo g.igged her with n
handkerchief, and tbep to hae car
rled Into a room thnt had Jieen used
by him ad a bedroom.
The other two souths, Aim nnd
Olds, nre said to have comejed the
jomigcr girl to the bullillug nlso.
Thoglrls cries were muffled by the
gags; the late hour ii wns iiicn
after 11 o'clock- made the chances
of appeals for help being heard use
One of the young men admits that
ho helped In tho matter, nnd the
ether tvo have not said much so
far. Hall has been refused nnd tho
three will have to stay In jail till
their trial comes up.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 SO. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, 0PP0SITI
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Compartments in the
For Particulars Inquire ot
Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.
ALQAR0BA BEAN MILLS
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
183 MERCHANT STREET
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tho feature Mini at this lilaeo of
amusement tlils-wnok "is called "Oold
8eckefB" ona'of'tho best of the lllo-
graph company productions.
Tho show nt tho lait week-end was
one of the best evy glen nt this
tbentre. The vaudeville wns excep
tlonnlly good, nnd thero was a no
tlcoabln appreciation of Alberto's fents
of mngir. Their appreciation, how
ever, deprhes him of nn opportunity
to get In n lino of chnff that Is en
joyable. Harney nnd Hnynes did th"
best act or their engagement, nnd it
Is plensnnt tn st lo thnt it will be
repeated in n Hllghtly changed form
tonight, Harney pluys the piano, nnd
then a good deal more. Miss Hayno-t
doeH a species of cake-walk nnd winc
ing thnt Is really very good The
clog dnnce by Ilrown - nnd Wllmot
does not cento to Interest, nnd np
plnuso Is generous. This team Is one
of the best In tho Hue on tho Anio
rlcnn stnge. Iluslness nt tho Park
hns been phenomenal during tho
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enjoy the dis
being worn by
the best dress
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ment unites the
best fabric fand
the world's best
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This was en ouragiiig news to the
members, some of whom have evi
dently thought that the treasury was
Mis. S. M". Damon, one of the nc.
the members ut the boclety, prom
ised tu donate J1100 annually on
monthly instalments. Mrs. S. 1).
Dole, th) president, also promised
to give $100, and a number of other
people, It Is stated, have expressed
their wllllngncsa to help the so
Treasurer Cumpbell reported that
during tho year JIC7 was collecteJ
from fees and dues of tho members,
Tho total receipts during the year
wieiu, Sir,ir,9G, itnd It he dlsburso
meiiiH 11021, tho baluuco on hand
to data, being S.'.21.9G.
According, to MrB. Murphy, the sec
retury, thore nro upward of 'J0U
members In the society.
Tho society Is about threo years
old now, having been established
when Sheriff Iaukca was In office.
Tho oMKers-who were elected this
morning for tho ensuing year are:
Sower rates collected slnco the be
ginning of tho fiscal year amount til
113.inft.7n nnd water collections for
tho same period nmount tn $.10.71 l.n.s.
according to figures given out this
t .$; .a , ? $, j ,t $ ,j 5 j, j,
President, Mrs. 8. II. Dole; first vice
president, Mrs..K. M. Swnnzy; us
slBtunt Ice-president k, six in num
ber, Mrs. II. Wnlbrldgo, Miss Nellie
Itlce, Jllks Lucy Ward, Allan Her
bert, Mrs. S. M.'rDjnipii, Judg V.
U. Whitney. Mra. Murphy and A.
N. Campboll wire, respectively.
erected fcccrctnry and treasurer of
Ma'v Increase Humane Officers.
Ilcfoio tho meeting adjourned, tho
president announced that If the'-H
nanil.il condition of tho society was
good, she would favor increasing the
number of the humane officers to,
three, Instead of one. ns nt tho pres
ent time. Sho.. thought thnt Mikb
Davison Is doing more than she
can sue csafully attempt.
I'lfty dollars Is now the feo for a
llfo membership, 'pnd 11 nycar Is tho
feo for annual membership.
The matter of giving entertnln
ments and concerts for the uurnoso
of ralalnr; funds' for tho society was
iiiiueii uur, nut riuvt uiucers nii-ineci
to wait until somo opportune time
in tho future.
TOYS ARE HERE
No fear of not securintr something new and novel to appeal to the
children's taste if you bii? Yere. New line of MEN'S SHOES in stock.
The kind you pay $5 for at other places you (jet here for $3.50.
Late patterns at low price3 in the Dry Goods Department.
KAM CHONG CO.,
Chairs Now at the
ONION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has just arrived from the Cc&st. j
M. VIERRA Proprietor'
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
Regal Shoe Store
King nnd Bethel Street!
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Our Five-Dollar Specials?
Represent the Best Style!
Turbans and Street Hats1
Just Arrived ex.liifohian
I 01fK Ltt Us Deliver Your -M
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