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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNE8DAY, MAY 31, 1911.
The Elite Washable Baby Cap
Launders llks a handkerchief, costs no mors than old style,
prettier and wears better.
HYQIENIO AND ANTI8EPTIC
A dainty and comfortable garment to be worn over regular di
aper. Mads of OMO sanitary sheeting, which Is absolutely
waterproof, odorless, white, soft and easily cleaned. All sites.
OMO BIDS are made from tho same sheetina and have all tha
good qualities of the Infants' Pants. 50c- each.
OMO SHEETING by the yard.
Infants and Children's Short
Nainsook, Lawn and Cambric, handsomely embroidered and
trimmed with fine lace and embroidery.
A complete stock of Long Dresses, Undersllps, Wrappers, Silk
Caps, Nightgowns, Afghans, Nursery Rhyme Crib Blankets and
EVERYTHINQ IN CHILDREN'S WEAR.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Opposite Fir Station
AUWAIOLIMU CLUB TO
JOIN CENTRAL BODY
The first meetluw or tho Exccutlva
Board of this nowjy ntiirloil club was
held .last opening, when tho following
comnnlttccs wcro ippolntcd to serva
for tho ensuing ye.lr, viz:
Legislative W. VK Wilson, A. It. 11
Vlclm find A, Q. M'.-ircnlllno. Hoadr,
lights mid brldgos y. Fernandez Jr.,
John K. Clnrk nnd A. V. Pcloni.
Wntcr nnrf sowaRO ll. A. It Vfclra,
M. M. Pcrclrn nnd .ICd. Woodwnnl.
Health and sanitation1--John Mnrral
lino, A. O, Cunha autl A. I. Sllva.
Membership acorgo 15. Jurgenncn, R
C. Ollvclra. J. K. Woodwnnl, J. P.
Itoso and J. 0. Vnrin. Press W. R
Tho Auwalollmu Improvement Club
will probably send dolcgatcs to the
Oahu Central Improvement League, as
soon as tho club Is fully posted In ro
gnrd to tho alms of same. Tho Exo
rutlvo Hoard will hold Its noxt meet
In? on Juno 2Gth, when reports of
commlltccs will ho In ordor.
Former Senator A, B. Klttrcdge
of Sioux Fulls, S. D, who went to Hot
Springs, Ark., suffering from on nttnek
of Jaundice, Is In a critical condition.
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lea will cooperate with tho Improve
ment Committee on Hint day, but that
many laborers will also have to bo
employed to do tho actual labor that
somo householders and citizens can
arrange for but not themselves carry
To District City.
The club will talk over plant for a
big organization, worked out In tin
minutest detail. II Is planned to dl
vide (ho city Into districts and put a
force In charge of each district, with
definite Ideas of tho work to ho done.
Headquarters will probably bo
opened In somo central down-town
spot for a day or two hoforu tho big
clean-up In order to systematize tliu
work. Tho various district organiza
tions will bo directed from headquar
ters. All of tho plans so far nro bur
gcstlons, Ii-it tomorrow night's meet
ing is expected crystallize thorn Into
No Date Set.
No dato has been sot for thd gen
oral clean-up, hut President Hermit
said this morning It would undoubted
ly bo held on n Saturday, Bo that not
only will tho citizens hnvo mora time
to look after tho districts In which
they IIo, hut any urgent work that
Is not completed can be completed
tho noxt ilny.
President MnU-Smlth of tho Hoard
of Health Is to bo ono of tho Bpcak'
ors at tomorrow night's meeting. Ail'
other matlor coming un Is tho urO'
scntatlon of tho report made by (ho
special commltteo that Investigated
sanitary conditions a fow weeks ngn
and urged speedy action In cleaning
A fly vl -
Th' hobble skirt has got th' wind
bluffed. Miss Tawney Apple Is organ
izln' a hammertoes whist club.
It cost Ah Leong, n Chinese denier,
$10 nnd costs of prosecution when ho
had entered pica of Riillly In tho
chnrge of having dlponed of spoiled
sardines, alleged ly Knot! Ins'itnr
ninnchnrd to hu unlit lor human con
sumption. Tho matter en mo up before JihIrm
Monsarrat this morning. The ile.iler
douhttet, saved himself a lamer line
by udtnlttliig his guilt.
They have tho report on (lie rn.it
that at least ono thousand tons of nx
phalt will bo shipped to Honolulu lor
no on n "system of bou1onrds" no
under construction here. The pivln,;
material Is to bo placed on hoard n
stoamcr leaving San Pedro. Tho ad
ditional information Is also forthcom
ing that If tho shipment is iniido as
now seems probable It will bo the
first ever to Ic.ivo San Podro for the
June Clearance Sale
ON TBr,URSDAY MORNING. June 1st, our Entire Stock of DRY
GOODS will be on sale at Sacrificing Prices. The goods must be sold to
realize cash, hence the tremendous reductions. This -will be the great
est No Profit Sale of Dry Goods that we have ever held, and if you have
been waiting for such bargains here they are and here's your chance.
Regular. Sale Price.
t S.OO Ltngcirle Dresses I 3.50
Ladies' Shirt Waists
Regular. Sala Price.
ll.t.0 Wulsts $1.15
' 6 00
" ..! 1.25
. , 05
" '. 2 60
" ,; 3.00
Boys' Woolen Suits
I 4.60 Suits ,...(3.00
COTTON, TUFIKI8H AND LINEN
1 .75 Dozen Towels.
1.00 " " .
1.60 " " .
2.00 " " .
2.50 " " .
3.00 " " .
4.50 " " .
5 00 " " .
8 00 " , " .
10.00 " ' " .
1 .20 Pair Ladles' Ifose 16c Pair
1.40 " .
1.60 " .
1.65 " .
1.75 " .
1.90 " .
2 60 " .
3,00 " .
4 00 " .
.. .90 Pair
.. 1.15 "
.. 1.20 "
.. 1.25 "
.. 1.35 "
.. 1.76 "
. . 2 00 '"
.. 3 00 "
iBoys' Wash Suits
Regulur. Sale Price.
12.00 Suits 11.25
2,75 " 1.63
3.00 " , 1,90
3,50 " 2,00
400 " 2.60
lOo Vests 3 for 25c
!2!C " 10c
16o " 12V4c
3 for 5Qc Vests 12V4 Knch
20o Vests 15a
26a " 20o
36u " 26u
40o " 30a
60a " 36u
65o " 60a
76u " 0u
Sheeting i .40 Yard..
.40 " ..
" .35 " . ,
' .30 " .
. .30c Yard
Regular. Sale Price
63-90 Sheets $ .75 each. 65c
75-90 " ,85 " 76c
81-90 " .95 " 85c
90-90 " 1.25 ( 5o
Regular. Sale Pries.
12.00 Doz. Pillow Cases 11,50 Doz.
2.50 " " " 2.00 "
2.75 2.25 "
3 00 x" " " 2.60 "
1 .65 Pulr.
.75 " .
A. V C OINQHAMS 12 Yds.lt
KLANNELETTEH 12 Yds. 11
KAFtWELL COTTON 10 Yds. $1
FOREST MH.I.S 12 Yds. St
I.ONHDALE BHEETINO ...10Yils.ll
CRESCENT CAMIIItlC 10 Yds. SI
11ERKELEY CAMIIItlC .... 8 Yds. SI
LONSDALE CAMlimi 8 Yds. SI
INDIAN HEAD 9Yds.lt
llegiilur, II I)u. Halo Pi Ice, 60u Doz
Fort St,, op. Outholio Ghuroh
Hijj Reductions in Muslin Underwear, Luces, ICinliroid
tiries, Driipury, Woolon Oress CiuoiIk, Sun Simile iintl
Umhrclliih, Children's Dresses, Kimonos, Liulioh' Over
Skirts, Press (loud, CJIoves, Uncus, Kihlimi, Muriiiiiu
Blue Serge Suits
HERE is no fabric
more genteel than the
popular and nuich-waniccl BLUE
SKRGIi. No (rcnilcman's ward
robe is complete without a suit of
this labric. Thcv are suitable lor
all occasions, and always give a
man the appearance ol being well
dressed. We show these serges in
various wales; also in fancy weaves.
These Suits. arc guaranteed
to hold their color
In regular sizes and stouts
FOR MILK 01
Dr Norg.iurd, Territorial veterina
rian, lias J11 t completed u remarkable
test of the milk purified by electricity
tliruuEli tlm new process Introduced
hero by the Honolulu Dairymen's As
Ho look au ordinary sumplo of tho
mill, after It li.id been Riven tho elec
tric treatment nnd kept upeclmena for'
forty-eight hours. At tho end of that'
tlmo ho found no two, whatever of J
Milk treated by tho moat advanced
methods of pasteurization heretoforo
known, say local dairymen, still show
from 1000 to 4000 bacteria per cublo
centimeter, and tho results of tho elec
trical treatment nro pronounced unique
Periy M. Pond this morning Nildt "Tho
results are so HKtonlshlnir that fow
dairymen would bcllevo them unlcsi
the were actually observed. I did not
liellevo any process could do what this
The Moon Desks
ROLL-TOP. FLAT-TOP, DOORKEEPERS' AND TYPE- '
WRITER DE8K8. TYPEWRITER AND, DIRECT0R8' TADLE8.
Tho highest quality of material, workmanship and finish.
H. Hackfeld Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Queen Streets
PAKKISR P.ANC1I CATTLE OHUW FAT ON THE JUICY
RANOB OIIASS. Till: nr.Kr IS AH TKNDP.H AB CHICKEN.
WITH TlfK LEAN AND THE PAT EVENLY DIUTItinUTED.
WE HAVE IT.
Carl Webber, u Herman ballormati,
now fur removed from his "tlilp, tho It.
P, Itlthtt, fulled to nppreclato tho hos
pltallty extended to him by Mr. and
Mrs. Hayes, residing on Vineyard
street, and before tho day was over
Woblicr had landed at police station
with two iharuus booked against his
Wfhlier facod l)ltrlct MagUtrato
Mnnsarrat upon 11 cluirgo of aggravated'
uasuult and liottery um tho person of
Mrs. Hayek, nnd he was also charged
with having iicd a largo kidfo upon
tho arm of William Moke, who enter- (
eel tho fray In nrilir to protect tho
Webber was sentenced In thirty days
on the aKHHiill t'hargo, while. for using
11 knlfo and liUUetlng Injuries uiirllokes
ho will Imvu to answer tu tlm Circuit
Court, should an Indlituient ho brought
In by tlm Territorial grand Juiy.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON 4. LOUli, Proprietors
A Kiispomlod sniiliini'n of llilititon
luiiiilliH Iihiikh iivor tho dead "f l
f'lllllllSII IIIUIM'll f'llllIK i'lll, Willi Is Hi-'
lound In Iiiivii I'llliHi'd Hid ilfnlsi4
nf iiiiritlu'r Hint I'liirltHi iiwii) it ihx't
n( wuii ill' imiin in tlm Miliiu of iilinui
llfll'PII llt ,lliKn Nllll'UI lllilltil
tlm rimo 1 liU iiiuiiiIhk I
Tin nri ilrsfi uf Urn sn.i.iHi hi in '
Hulhili IINlf MH ,IIIHI H'I
lliml IMIIttlll la t-lll iWliMf
Here's Something New
8PLCIALLY DE8IGNCDFOR USE IN THESE ISLANDS
, An Electric Buhach Burner
SIMPLE . EFFICIENT SAFE
AilA HAIII.II T( ANY l.ltJMT HOI'KI'.T
The Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
Weekly Kulletln m er Yem
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