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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1911.
FOR ONE WEEK
AT 8 A. M.
SEE THE WINDOW
Whitney & Marsh,
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.
Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Goods from
Every Department of the Store
The Tremendous Reductions make the Price Inducements of this Sale
the Most Important Ever Held in This City
We begin Tomorrow to offer the public of Honolulu the greatest MONEY-SAVING BAR
GAINS they have ever seen.
These are all New Goods, the same having been purchased by our Mr. Kerr while on his
annual buying trip this year, and arriving here per steamships Honolulan, Sierra and Wilhelmina.
Prices on these goods have been out from 1-4 to 1-2 their regular value.
2500 Yards of Ribbon
In nil the latest shades and patterns comprising SATIN,
GROS GRAIN, PLAIDS, DRESDEN, Etc., in all sizes from
10c a piece to 40c a yard.
5-inch Dresden at 30c a yard
1000 Pieces of Embroidery
Comprising EDGINGS, INSERTIONS, ALLOVERS, FLOUNC
INGS, TRIMMINGS, Etc., in LAWNS, LINNONS, and SWISS.
All widths from 5c to 60c a yard.
24-inch Flouncing at 35c a yard
'I tils Hiii' nf iromls ran nut lie equal.
id iiiiMiliciT fur tin lirlci' mill qii.il
II). Till' iiri plain, l,i ii' or I'liilinilil.
ci) Irlniini'il ,'in.l oiiiri-e till Hie
ItiL-iilin- $1.00 ennui mm $-'.".,
Ollic iii;illj ! Inn.
Made in the new modes of SILK, HEATHERBLOOM and
SATEEN in all sizes.
It is a waste of time to make your petticoats when you
can buy these elegant garments at such a low figure.
All workmanship on these garments is strictly first-class.
.liiftt wliii t Ii needed liy (lip rlill
Iri'ii. First, Iipcjhiic lliey nre root;
Second, liccuiiii' tln-y are strong,
Anil third, liorinist- ihejr nre easily
rrlrt") friini ".lets u-imiri. All ages
Our stock of MEN'S CLOTH
ING is the most complete to
be found anywhere.
They are all of the latest
styles and patterns and of
good serviceable material.
The workmanship is of the
very best and the linings used
are from selected stock.
Would you like Jo be the
BEST 'DRESSED MAN IN. HO
NOLULU? If so, call and let us
fit you out in one of these suits.
Nowhere in the world have
such bargains been offered as
we are offering to you.
Cof,rlfbl U j j m
109 Men's Fashionable Suits, formerly $15 ; now
200 Men's Stylish Suits, formerly $20; now
Here we have a very superior line of Cashmere, Nun's
Veiling, Albatross, Mohair, Alpaca, Sucsine Sik, etc., in all
shades, the prices of which have been cut in half.
We also have Figured Richelieu Silk; Colored Foulard Silk,
Silk Stripe Novelty, White figured and plain Dress Goods
in all prices.
In these goods we are able to offer you bargains you have
never had offered you before, as we have discarded all
thought of profit and marked them so cheap that there will
not be a yard left before the sale is over.
Table Damaskboth white and colored, Napkins, Sheets,
Pillow Cases, Towels, Diapers, Blankets, etc.
500 PAIRS of MEN'S PANTS, formerly $2.50, now $ 1 .00
We have a line of over 1000
STRAW AND FELT HATS
the prices of which used to
range from $1.50 to $2.50,
but which we have reduced to
UNDERWEAR FOR MEN
Elastic Scam Drawers .. 3 for $1.00
Athletic Shirts and Drawers 25c a garment
Wool Shirts and Drawers $1.00 garment
Also a large line of different grades of Balbriggan and
Gloves, Beauty Pins, Belts. Bands, Garters, Barettes, Combs,
Neckties, Suspenders, Shirts, Veiling, Waists
Without a doubt this is the
greatest value ever offered for
These are the very latest
Also large line of trimmings.
Hose, Hand Bags
In Fine Lawns, Ginghams
$3.75 to $10.50
Also a complete line of
Agents for HALL-BOECHERT
MR.SCHNACKQN JARREH MAKES
CLUB POLITICS APPOINTMENTS
SHOP IN THE MORNING. YOU KNOW WHY.
rKilltor livening Hullotln:
An article In the II n 1 1 d 1 1 n of Fri
day, Juno 14th, purporting to bo a re
port of a meeting of the. I'alolo, Wul-
nlao and Kulmukl "Improvement"
club, brings the people of this dis
trict Into the limelight nguln with
now complaints and additional de
mands for further improvements.
So far our presont board of super
iors has shown its good Judgment
and fairness to tho community in gen
eral by refusing to,yield to these nev
er ceasing Uomnndu of the residents
Former boards pf supervisors nnd
especially the last board mada tha
mistake of giving tho "Uoomvllle"
peoplo by far the lion's share of the
public funds for improvements and
expenditures, a shuro so many times
tho per capita proportion that if tho
piesent board during the reslduo of
Its term of office wero not to voto
them another dollar they will still
liavo received u great deal more than
is legitimately duo then), compared
-with what was spent and what is like
ly to be spent in the other suburbs
of Honolulu. Consequently any sug
gestion about Uoomvllle not receiving
Its "per capita" for improvements
comes with Ill-grace nnd is something
in tho nuturo of a Joko on the part
of the "Doomvlllo" politicians.
Tho rapacity of tho residents of
"Uoomvllle" Is of such dimensions
. that I very much doubt if it could
1 over be satisfied, even If they wero In
tho ubsoluta nnd unqunlllled control
of the treasury funds. No scruples
stand In the way of their attempts to
get whnt they nre nfter, and now
thoy oyen hao the temerity unhes
itatingly to say that unless their
whims are gratllied they will serious
ly consider putting up two men of
tholr choice for membership in the
board of supervisors at the next elec
tion. Generally, I should Ilka noth
ing better than to havo them do this,
for I predict that tho result obtained
would bo u lesson they would not
! l havo it on good authority that
"lloomvlllo" has Inaugurated n sys
tem, by which certain leading mem
bers of Its "Improvement" club con
stltute' themselves committees of one
for thejiurposo of constantly pester
ing tho Tnnynr, supervisors, and others
In power, by making suggestions to
them, and by soliciting promises of
concessions for their district, which,
when thoy nre obtained, nre then de
liberated upon in nno of those
"Hunmlle' Improvement club meet
ings and put Into shupo for further
Uito Inst Hatuul.iy afternoon RherllT
Jnrrett appointed John WVday, ex-pn-
Killt, as harbor police, and M J. Mmilz
u mounted police. Tho two men nre
c,l known In Honolulu. '
Weduy took tho position which was
vncnted by A. K. Carter, who resigned
last Saturday to accept n position with
tho IJureuU of Agriculture ami For
estry, lie Is widely known along tho
waterfront, having himself nt one time
worked on the sailing vessels which
piled between this port and the I'joIihi
Coast many years ago.
Mnnis Is not u new man In pillion
work. During the Iuuken, adinlnlbtiit
tlon of police affairs he was Hcigeant
of police. Ho was one of the best or
llcers In tho department. Mnnlz com
menced Ills w ork 'today. .
Sheriff Jnrrelt Is looking for another
man to servo us mounted policeman.
It wus reported this morning that Ilor
aco Crablie, who was a I una In the load
department when John Wilson was
road supervisor, will recelvo tho ap
GIRL SEEKS FATHER'S
BODY, LOST 40 YEARS
Daughter of Banker Killed in
Alps Waits for Glacier to
Give Up Dead.
QUINCY, Mass., July 2. Miss Kdllh
Ilandull, daughter of John C. Handall,
a Qutncy banker who lost Ills life In
tho Alps more than forty years ago, Is
on her way to Uhumouuix, whero trim
hopes to rocover his body when tho
glacier l)es llessons gives up the re-
mains of those who weie friucii at its
top on .September C, 1870,
Miss Handall will stay at tho same
hotel where her father lodged nt thn
foot of the Alps, and wilt meet the
children of tho guides who lost their
lives on that occasion.
Handall, two other tourists and nlnu
guides wore caught In u snowstorm
and nil perished.
It takes n little nioro thnn forty x
years for tho glacier to'truvcl from
tho place where the moil perished to
tho little village at the bottom.
n tt a a a it w a a a a a a a ::
Mr. Mayor and Hoard of Super
visors, remember that you were not
elected to olllco by tho peoplo of
"floomvllle" nlono, but that other sec
tions and other voters had Infinitely
more to do with you holding olllco,
nnd teniombor that you nre them In
do your duty In acting for tho best
Interest of the people at large, In it
spectlve of whom you may please or
offend. J. II. 8CIINACK,
Honolulu, July 17, J'JU.
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