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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 1, 1911.
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF LADIES',
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
Manufactured nnilor tlic tnnit sanitary cimilitlnnn In nur own Factory.
(July the best umtiTlnls nro etnplnjid, which will Kunrniitco witlsfuc
llon. Prices moil reasonable.
QOWNS Mndp of shcir nainsook, low npck'nnd short 1ppcs. In u va
riety of stlcs.
At $1.00, $1.10, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00.
CREPE GOWNS Low neik nml klmnno sleews.
At $1.25, $1.50, $2.00.
COMBINATIONS (Corset Cnvirmt Drnwirs) Mndo of nnlu'ook,
tilmnuil with oinbrnldi ry cirlute.
At $1.25. $1.50, $2.00, $3.00.
CREPE COMBINATIONS -Trimmed with torelion Iucp.
DRAWERS C'lrrulnr style, or recitation wlillli
At 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00.
CORSET COVERS TrlniniPd with lace or embroidery.
At 50c, COc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
NOW IN FORCE
GRANT AVENUE AND GEARY STREET SAN FRANCISCO
Tito I'edirnl Rrnnil Jury was tlmnkpil
li JiiiIkh Charles W demons yesterday
uftirnoOn when It returned n revised
Hlwrl to him In (oniieetlon with tlm
1 1 Ho IIIkIi School scandal. The new
lepurt followH ulonK the linen lUKKested
liy (ho JiiiIro when the. case was hist
lufore tho court.
Thi! new report reads nR follows:
"That nil portions of the report con
cernliiK the llllo IkIi School matter
lii stilekcn from the record nml In Its
place tho follow bur Mibstltiited:
"lly means of the public press, nnd
tluoiiKli sencrnl discussion, our ntten
(Ion Was called to certnln mutters con
nected with. the. Ullo High School. Tho
Information was hi public and Kenernl
hi Its nature that we concluded It mer
Kid motion from us, If any law of thu
Ihiltcd Suites as was Intimated had
been Violated liy. certain persons. Tho
matter was of further Interest, Inas
much as H Involved tlic ndnilnlstratlon
of the schools of tin, Territory. Wa
thoreforo determined to make ns com
plete nil ImestlKHtinn as, possible con
teriilnit tho charKo of a violation of
tho laws of tho United States alleged
to have taken place, mid for this pur
pose had beforo us mum rous witnesses,
whose ti'stlmony mlftltt throw any light
on the question.
"While tho Investigation disclosed to
our satisfaction that affairs In tlm I lilt)
I Hell School were not In u satisfactory
condition, yet there was notevldencO
before us Hiilllclent to return nny Inn
dlctmcnts nsalnst any persons whoso
nctloiis wero luestli;ntcd by us."
The report was sinned by 1', n,
Oreenwell, foremnn, nnd will bo dated
the same as the previous one.
Mcduffie will soon
be at desk again
f'hlef of Detectives McDiifne, who
was laid up In the Queen's Hospital
for sixteen days, was In conference this
mornlni; with Sheriff Jarrctt. Ho Is
not ery strintr jet, but, lie maniiKed
to Ket' unninil in tlic pollcq station to
day. ' '
Chief McDultlo will bo nt his desk
in-xj Jiv'eek, nnd ll Is expected that lie
will be ilolnic something (n Chlnntown,
where lie Is known As' tlio'"bh? haole
Mott-Smith Explains the Main
Health Laws Now Being
Brought Into Operation.
President Mutt-Smith of tho Hoard
of Health speaking of the new laws
which huu conio Into force now ntrd
on which tho attorney Kenernl 1
working, snlil this morning that there
will he a big change noticed in n very
"AmotiK tile most Important of tlm
lawn passed by the lust legislature,"
he sulci, "are those that deal with thu
mosquito uimpnlgn cither illuclly or
Indirectly. The legislature, of 11)1 1
extended nnd defined tho powers of
the hoard of health as well as mak
liiK liberal npiirnpiliillnus for curry
ing out Hichu powers. Thu Insanitary
law net lias been inapplicable Here
tofore for nick of nnpioprlntions and
because Its piocedure wiih defective
under the terms of. the law. Not only
has the piocedure been corrected nnd
mude applicable hut nulhorlly under
the law Is increased and liberal np
proiitlatlon of $230,01)0 has been
made for Its n plication.
"The law that iclates to lands that
nro deleterious to tho public health
that are low nnd nt times nro covered
by water or nro situated between IiIrIi
mid low water inaik, or being Imprn
pcrly drained (one of tho most I in
portnnt things) or Incapable liy rca
Humble drnlnngo expense of elllclont
drainage or for other reasons, nio
now held to bo in an Insatiltnry or
"Tho latter part of the law gives
us a chance, coupled with our appro
priation, of tuklug up tho matter of
wet land cultivation, mosquito breed
ing and low lying laud within flio
limits or' tho city,
"In addition to this, thu Inst leg
islature extended the power of thu
board to make regulations respecting
the matter of Hut himtd of health
being able to iipen new mails
assessing adjoining owners for
"This power of opening new lmds
Is ona of tlio e.iien'i.il thllnts that
go lownrds making a succcs In a1
mosquito elimination rnmpalgn It Is
fell Hint many or the problems of ueti
land citltlMitlnn could bo soiled hi
the opening or new roads ns such'
roads would open tip illslilpts now
under wet Innd cultivation and auto '
inntlcnlly comert those nreas Into
residence sections, j
An Important Power. .
"One or the most Important iindl
efficacious pOwois given by the Inst'
legislature, was making tho rnuu'i
authority, which bcroro this time wis
Independent concurrent with tliu board i
or health nnd thu requirement tlnuj
nil city and county health authorities,
sheriffs, police officers and einidmces.
should be mndu to enforce the pow
ers of the board of health. This U nil,
the more Important bemp-e IT thei
city nnd county mil to pass appio-,
prlnlo ordinance then the In.ird or
health can step In and make rcgiil.i-1
tlons which under thu law thoj are
compelled to carry out."
Place your hanil on the pulse of
Honolulu's business world by bring
it constant render of (ho Want M
Section of the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
NO LOCAL BIDS FOR
FORAGE AND BEDDING
No bids whatever wero received this
morning by Captain Clyffard (lame,
depot quartermaster, for the supply
ing of forage nnd bedding to Uie posts
and stations in the Hawaiian Island
The submitting of bids will be en
tirely done In San Francisco probabl)
by some of the large California feed
On nccoilnt of the cost of shipping
the local houses would bale to bid
quite n good ileal higher than the
coast people, nnd would mure than
likely lose out In the end by being
lU'dillng Is inumifncttired to a great
extent In California, also grain and
hay Is extensively plentiful, so that
the producers can ufford to sell nt a
very low rate mid still make u good
The supply needed Is for the lisent
nuisances, etc.. and nmnngst others mr ondlngJune 30
to abate nny nulsanco by a reason or
the presence of wnter In which mos
quito larvno may breed. These acts
mentioned nro going to be of tho
grcntcst assistant-!) In a mosquito
elimination campaign and In mldltliri
to this wo lime also the additional
appropriation of $30,000 for inspecting
Did Not Do.
"One of tho things that (he legisla
ture did not do. however, and ler
haps the iniiortance of the subject
had not been fully placed befnio
them, was to pass un net coloring
PLANS FOR LIGHTHOUSE
ARE STILL DELAYED
The constructing of a lighthouse on
Hlluuea Point, Kauai, will be ilelacd
Indpllnltely, due to the iion-arrlvat of
plans wiilch were sent to Washington
and deemed necessary by authorities
theio to rclse thorn Captain I.eo
Buhm expected their return sometime
during tho month of July. Just when
ho will recelvo them Is not known.
Clothes that Satisfy
THIS is the only kind vu
handle. Whenever, a suit hear
ing the "HKNJANIIN" label leaves
our store you can absolutely de
pend upon its reliability. "Blf,NT
AMIN" Clothes are sold with the
utmost confidence. The service
they afford cannot be equaled.
Kvery Suit is cut and tailored on
the tnade-to.order plan, and before
a suit leaves this store it must fit
L r HHriB HHBV m Kr
"fit? II ii 1 1 u 1 1 l npp mr.
GREAT ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE BUILDING
The MOST REMARKABLE UNDER-PRICE OFFERINGS presented during the year were found in every department of our establishment when the store opened this morning, August 1st. This page
can only tell a fraction of the news. There was a rush for the bargains, but the opportunities are not all exhausted. Buyers found the most tempting array of special offerings ever presented by this store.
And remember that SACHS is the coolest and best ventilated store in this city.
PEGNOT- AND D. A. 8HEETINQ
4C Inches wide, 27V4c; enle 2,-,o per yard
fil Inches wide, .10c; sale 2"c per ynrd
C3 Inches wide, 32Hc; culo ., j.28o pr yard
72 Inches wide, 35ej sale,., .'... , r.30i) per ynrd
St Inches wide, 37',ic; Mile, 32J-10. per yard
, !0 Inches wide, 40c; sale.. ,',,, .1 ,iSc per yard , ' '
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IRISH LINEN SHEETING
72-liich, 11.35; sale l.on per ynrd
!i0-lnih, (tl.75; sah ,. 1.2.1 per yard
ao-lmli, jl.&O; sah no per yard
NEW STOCK OF QUILTED COMFORTERS
Lovely nrt designs. In line sllknllne iiud silk mull. Killed
with Ken Island i niton and I'ardid wool.
12.25; special 1.7r.
2.M; special l.'jo
3.d0; special 2.75
460; special , 3,50
6 OH; Bpis'lnl , 3,75
8.50; Kpei.'liil 7,00
Whltu Cntlon: JI.25; tnle ,9".
1 .;.'); sub' 1.20
225; sale 1,75
2.75; sale 2.25
' 3.25; sale 2.75
All Wool, White; 4.50; sale , 3.25
4.75; sab, 3,50
0 00; sale 5 00
7.00; sale , 5.50
An Interesting gioup of embrnldi rliw on sale. All season
able, nil fresh, nil nt one-third to oue-lialf below last month's
Kino Swiss, Musllno mid Nnlnsnolc lldglngs nnd Insertion,
from ouo Inch to nine, Inches wldo: '
J6o iiuallty; now 10c
20c iiuallty; now 15o
25e iiuallty; now , 20a
30c iiuallty; now ,.25o
35e iiuallty; now , 30c
White Swiss and Muslin All-Our JJmbroldirles, In bold
English eytlet or body patterns.
WHITE MARSEILLES BEDSPREADS
11.25 iiuallty; i-nlo price $100
1.50 iii.illty; sain price , 1,20
1.75 iiuallty: pnlo price 1.45
2.50 MU.'lljty; Hiihi prlie , 2.10
4.75 quality; Mile price 3.50
HEMMED AND FRINGED TURKISH BATH TOWELS
$2.25; s.i In $1.50 per dozen
3.00; sale , 2.35 per dozen
2.50; sale ,.,.', k 2.00 pi r dozen
350; sale' ..'. 2.75 per doill
. 4 00; s.lln , 3.25 per dozen
4.50; K.llo , 3.C0 per llozl II
FINE WHITE NAINSOOKS.
$2.25 per piece of 12 yards; clenrancn $1.75
2.50 per piece of 12 nrds; ilemanee ,,,,, 2 00
2.75 per piece of 12 yards; clearance 2.2-5
3.50 per plcci! or 10 yards (Imported); clinranee. 2.75
3.76 per pleco or 10 yards (Imported); clearance, 3.00
4.00 per pleco or 10 jards (Imported); clearance. 3 25
ENGLISH LONGCLOTH, lino sheer material In superior
$2.25 pir pleco or 12 yards; now'. $1.75
2.75 per plecu or 12 iurds; now 2.25
3.60 per piece or 12 yards; now.,, ', 2.75
3.76 pir pleeii of 12 yards; now,,.,,, 3.00
WHITE VICTORIA LAWN, LINEN LAWN, DRESS
LINENS, DIMITIES, P.QUC, DOTTED 8WIS8 mid iiuinei
ons ntlur Mlillo fabrics, nt low prices.
LARGE STOCK OF
Trull of Loom, blenched .
!i y.iiilt $1 nu
10 Minis Mill
S jnnla II. .Ml
, 7 yiiuN 1 ml
33-Inch Indian Head
nnnriiiiiilf. stock of CURTAIN SCRIM; plain white, cream,
nnd ecru. I'lfty iIcsIkiis III reversible colored draniles. SB
liiilicH-wldo, 20c per yard.
.SiirprMiin Milues will be on, red In WHITE DRESS
GOODS, COLORED WASH GOODS, Pi re.iles, Rlimliani', etc
ciilond I'lnxniiH, In dainty pattern", 2o r yard, sale.
Lie pi r surd
COLORED BORDER FLAXONS, Jiinle 1100.
SEHPENTINE CREPE, plain lolnrs mid llnrnl pat-
tuns, 16o per yard
New stock or FLANNELETTES, 10c pir yard.
BROWN LINEN, 2'.e, 30c, 35c; now 20c, 26i Sue
"HIMALAYA" CLOTH, nil slindis. 36c; sale.. .. 30c
colored border, 4vo; snbi . ,3.1e
PLAIN WHITE FLAXON, 20c. wile 16c ard
S5e; sule., 20e yard
3de; sale 25c uld
40c; sale 30o yard
Swell line of COLORED BATISTE, wiuth 25c; clear
niiie. S Muds ll.no.
Hvery Knrinent shims u maleilnl lediu tlnn, ninny Rolnw
lit coit price. Our new fall stales Lie due next iiiuiilli, mid wo
must lime room.
Ainerleiin-iiiaibi Tnllnrid Suits, Navy, lll.ick, flmwu, Hiey
nml Nuy with while pencil stilpes;
' ' '
Natural Hhiiibi or Linen, 112.50; sal '..,..$ S 50
LlKht flrey Woolen Mixture, $20 00; sale 15 00
llroiMi Sen,'" Suits, $22.60; sale 12.60
White Sirce Tnlhired Suits, $25.01; sale 1950
Nny Sciro Suits, $27.50 mid $30 00; sub'....!... 22 60
WHITE LINGERIE AND MARQUISETTE DRESSES, PON
GET"LINEN, MES8ALINE SILK DRESSE8, AT A8TONISH
Messallne Silk Dresses', $10,60; sale $1050
Messallne Silk Dresies, 127.60; sale 1500
AUTO COAT8, CRAVENETTE AND SILK 'RAGLAN' COATS
ENORMOUS STOCK OF WOMEN'S MUSLIN AND
A beautiful line of unrments iicintly piiuliasnl from un
II. intern fin. lory nt baiKalu prices.
Woolen Dress '"binds, Silks nnd Velvets. Ijirse ,nsort
inent of banilMinie dress patterns In Poulardi mid Messallne
onlj line of a pattern. To be sold out ilienp.
SCPTCH PLAID STIAMER and TRAVELING RUGS. $ 60
each; clearance, $5 cue li.
"ONYX" nmrl.id on Im'o nieiins the best vnlim lit least
(nit; they urn Kiiiimiiteed
Iteunhir 20e iiuallty, sale 15o
lll.ii I; Silk Lisle. Siamless. 35c; sail) 35e
White nnd Tun I'otliiii Hose, 36i", snle 25
Caiizn Llsln nnd SHU I.IMc, III Itlnclt,' White mid
Tu n, 60c; sale ,'......,. 4i
flaiize I. Isle nnd Silk i.Ule. Ill lil.ick,,, White, .mid
Tiiu. I'.Oc; sale .,. 50c
Ijice I In .lei y, 50c; sain...... 40u
Ijice lloilery. 00c; snle 50c
Silk Hosiery, Illack, While nnd nil colors, $1.25; now Me
Outrlc n.iuv.u Lisle, CO.-; sale ,...50c
NEW STOCK OF CHIFFON AUTO VEIL8
$l.0ii Millie; sale $ 75
1 7." Millie; snle 1 III
200 Milne, sal" , 150
2 .". Millie; sale ;." 1.75
25 value; sale 2 23
3 00 aliie; suie : 2 50
3 50 value; sale , 2 75
4.60 value; sain 3.75
5 60 Milue; sale 4 50
lleaiitlful Import! illRICH LINEN DAMASK CLOTHS, nil
sizes, with NAPKINS to match, nt Rreally-rediued pi Ices
Get it at SACHS this wccR and
save the difference
There is only one thing to equal the values advertised on this page the values we do not advertise. We cannot ad
vertise everything. In some cases the quantities are too small to advertise. Clearance prices are now in progress all
over the store. You don't know what you can save till you come and see. Especially now at
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