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HOW THEY VOTED
FOR COUNTY ATT'Y
MauiSupervJsorsBalloted
Many Times Before
Decision
LACE CURTAINS
Special
Attractive in Style an Price.
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Nothing addi more to the appearance of a room than pretty lace
curtains. Here are some extra good values scheduled for next week:
AT 81.00 A PAIR Nottingham Lace Curtains, 3 yards long.
AT $1.25 AND 8 1.35 A FAIR Nottingham Curtains, extra
wide and 3V2 yards long. A variety of patterns to select from.
AT $1.50 AND $1.75 A FAIR Extra good quality Notting
ham Curtains, new designs, 3'2 yards long, and extra wide. ?
IAMBREQUIM LACE CURTAINS
Finished top and bottom, c::tra l:::g ir.d wide, at 31.50 each.
ARABIAN LACE CURTAINS
Extra heavy, pretty Cluney' effects, 3 yards long, 33.25 a pair.
ECRU NET CURTAINS
Trimmed with Battenberg Insertion, edge and medallions, full size,
at 35.50 a pair.
BONNE FEMHE CURTAINS
Only one for a window in Ecru and white, handsome designs, with
flounce, 33.75 34.00 and $5.00 each.
BED-ROOM CURTAINS ' '"
Dotted Swiss, hemstitched border, large and small dots, all ready for
use, 31.50 a pair.
MADRAS CURTAINS
Tassel ends, cross stripes, red and blue, at 31.25 a pair.
NEMO
Self-Reducing Corsets
The NEMO SYSTEM provides models that build up a slim figure and
reduce a stout one. No matter what corset you have worn, you'll find an
advantage in the NEMO SYSTEM. We have the latest models. Sold at
New York Catalogue Prices:
STYLE 200 Incurve waist for medium figures. Price, 82.00.
STYLE 274 For short medium figures. Price 32.75.
STYLE 318 For short-walsted stout woman. Price 33.00.
STYLE 301 Military Belt for medium figures. Price 33.00.
STYLE 312 For long-waisted stout women. Price 33.00.
STYLE 314 For short-waisted stout women, short under arms, long
below waist line. Price 83.00.
STYLE 3S1 Bach-resting corset, for medium and slender figures.
Price 83.50.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.,
LIMITED.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
Wherever
Electric
Light is
employ
ed not only is full v and effici
ent illumination secured, but
artistic and beautiful effects are
gained as may not be with any
other artificial illuminant.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
PHONE 390.
Geese
Raised on one of the best farms in Washington; Fat.
tened for Island trade; young and as Tender as Squabs.
These are good birds for a good dinner. .
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Telephone 45
Regal Puttee Leggins
These leggins provide a very popular substitute for rid
ing boots," and may also be used for golfing, tramping, camp,
ing, rpugh walking, and stormy-weather wear
Made of close-grain Tan color; they are formed to fit
perfectly in sizes of 13 to 18 inches (Calf Measure).
Price, $5.00
Repairing Done Neatly, Quickly, and Well,
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCANDLESS BU ILDING, KINO AND BETHEL.
Proof Is incxlinustlblo thnt
Lydla K. Plnkham'it Vegetable
Coinpound carries women safely
through tho Change of Life.
Read tho letter Mrs. K. Hanson,
304 E. Long .St., Columbus, Ohio,
writes to Sirs. Pinkhain :
" I was panslnfr through tho Chanire
of Life, anil suffered from nervous
nesi, headaches, and otlior annoying
symptoms. My doctor told mo that
Lydla E., 1'lnkhaiu's Vegetable Com
pound was pood for me, and slnco tak
ing It I feel bo much better, and I can
again do my own work. I never orgct
to tell my friends what Lydla E. Plnk
ham's Vegetable Compound did for ma
during this trying period."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegctablo Compound, mado
from roots nnd herbs, fins been tho
standard remedy for female Ills,
and Las positively cured thousands of
women wholiavo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, ilbroid tumors, irregularities,
periodio pains, backache, thnt bcar-lng-down
feeling, flatulency, indices
tion.dizzinessornervous prostration.
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. lMnkhnm Invites nil sick
women to write her for advice.
Slio has guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Mass.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
HELD RE-ELECTION
Endorsed by everyone Ills numo re
ceived nl' every turn with upiilanse,
James V, Morgan was yesterday re
elected as president of tho Chamber
of Commerce.
With hi in, unanimously, according
to tho recommendation of tho nomin
ating committee, wero elected the fol
lowing, nil to succeed themselves: J,
I. Cooke, vlco president; 11. P. Wood,
treasurer and secretary. Trustees: P.
M. Swanzy, E. D. Tenner, W. Pfoton
hauer, Hlchard Ivors, 12, P. lMshop, J.
A. Kennedy, A. W. T. Ilottomlcy, E. I.
Spalding, C. H. Cooke, I,. T. Peck, E.
K. Paxton anil Jas. D. Dole.
Tho treasurer's report shoncd totnl
-ccelpts of J13,122.tij and disburse
ments of $12,971.01, 1ealng a balance
of $1251.51.
Tho report of Secretary Wood show
ed n totnl membership on tho actlu
list of 102. At the ilntu of the Inst an
nual report tho membership numbered
73, nnd during tho yenr 33 names wero
added, an Incre.iso of 45 per cent.
Mr. Morgan notified the Chamber
,)f tho appointment of . A. Thurston,
E. II. Wodeliouso, nnd W. P. Dllllng-
ham as members of tho Tariff Con
vention.
COMMITTEE WILL
SELECTDELEOATES
At tho meeting of tho 8ocntli Pre
cinct or tho Fourth District Ilepubll
can Club ut its meeting, held last
night In Sun Antonio hall .the presi
dent was given authority to appoint a
committee of three to solect tho
names to bo presented to tho 'meeting
on August 29 tn bo placed In nomina
tion as delegates to tho Territorial
and county conventions.
Tho pioposltolu wns presented by
James P. Morgan, president of tho
club, and endorsed by John C. I.nno,
now a. member of this city, Dan Klkn
ha and H. P. Wood.
A committee, including tho presl
lent and two others, will bo appointed
today, after which it will commence
i.n uctlvti canvass of Tvoters from
whom nominees will ho selected. Tho
precinct has twclvo delegates to
choose, four Hawniluns, 'four haoles
and four Portuguese. Tho precinct
roll will bo open at Mr. Morgan's of
fice during tho week,
Senator I.ano stated thnt tho high
est duty of tho Republican party was
to try to harmonize all its members
In order to carry Its ticket to victory.
BORN.
SHAItPE In Honolulu, Aug. 19, 1908,
to Mr. and Mrs. John Sharpe, a
daughter,
MUIXEIl In Honolulu, Aug. 19. 1908.
to Mr. and Mrs. ft. Muller of Ewa, a
daughter.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin lives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Profitable Investment
A FEW HUNDRED DOLLARS will
secure a Booming House with 22
Rooms, all furnished and convenient.
ly situated. Gas, Electric Light, Hot
and Cold Water, Light Housekeep
ing or Single.
OWNER SAYS: SELL!
WILL YOU SECDRE THIS BAR
GAIN? P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST.
The fight for the position of county
attorney of Maui, which liail been
watched with great Interest nil over
that island, wnx Anally concluded last
week, when, after n very spirited
meeting, at which tho County Rubers
locked horns after several hours of
contest, necessitating one adjourn
ment, tho plum was Anally landed by
Kultta, who wab Kepolkal's predeces
sor oh the Maul Circuit bench.
When the mattor of selecting n suc
cessor for D. II. Case, who leslgned,
cntnu up, nominations wero offered
thick ami fast. Hnla nominated Kn
lua, seconded by Katuo; Pogiio nom
inated Hex Hitchcock, seconded by
Meyers, and Hennlng nominated Kn
huiitello, Tho vote thus stood two to
two between Kalun and Hitchcock, but
Hennlng, who could hau cast the de
ciding vote, stuck to his fellow-La-linlnlan,
and after several hours of
seesawing an adjournment was taken
for n few hours. .
When the Hoard reconvened mat
ters remained In statu quo. It was
suggested that the situation might be
relieved by1 considering the names of
other attorneys for the lisltlon, nnd
Mala Immediately nominated Anthony
Corrca, seconded by Knliic, while
Pogiio nominated Jas. Coke, seconded
by Meyers. Hennlng, however, still
(luck to Kahaulollo, and again there
was a deadlock. Finally after consid
erable more debate, It was decided to
eliminate the now names and to re
turn to tho original contestants, nnd
then Anally did Hennlng cast his vote
for Kalua, thus deciding the battle, tn
his favor.
PRATT EXPECTS
BETTERM LAWS
Tho Examiner of Aug. 12 sa)s:
With the view of preventing fur
ther Innd frauds In the Hawaiian Is
lands and of making conditions more
promising for settlors there, J. W.
Pratt, Land Commissioner for the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, arrived on the steam
er Alameda yesterday, en route to
Washington, Mr. Pratt's Journc;' is
tho direct result of tho visit of Secre
tary Garfield to the Islands.
Mr. Pratt declares that the land rec
ords of Hawaii axo confusing and the
land laws cumbersome, and that hot';
must bo mado llko, the American laws
and records.
"Tho old Hawaiian laws apply, to
tho taking up nnd "ownership of land
on tho Islands," Commissioner Pratt
raid yesterday, "and they ore very
cumbersome Theio Is little to invite
settlement, but there will be, I be
llevo, after this visit to Washington
There nro too many loopholes for
fraud In tho proscnt laws, und there
fore, also, they must go.
"Tho .matter of tho reclamation of
rich lauds which cannot at present be
irrigated Is another matter I will en
denvor to bring to tho attention or
Washington, with Secrctnry darAeld's
aid, That will mean n Federal ap
propriation, but the lands will be more
than worth It,
"What wo want on the Islands Is a
bhort season croji something llko
wheat and similar crops hero. It takes
two j ears to get results from pineap
ples nnd sugar, and fdur years for cof
fee, and wo wnnt to plant something
that will pay the planter while he Is
waiting for those other ciops to mat)
luro."
WORKERS AT KANEOHE
WORRIED ABOuTQUARRY
Tho natives who aro working In tho
Knlicoho, quarry are suspicious of 'the
palls surrounding them. Slnco the
death of Sheldon, who was Injured by
on oxploBkm last Friday in tho quarry
the appearance of tho surrounding
palls became more and moro cur(ous
to them.
Tuesday whllo they were working
in the quarry, digging dirt and 'shovel
ling It Into tho lower portion of the
valley, tho pall moved nnd slid down
towards them. Had they been slow
In getting out of tho way thoy would
oil havo been showered with dirt and
probably burled.
Ono of tho natives who came up
Wednesday from Knncoho slated that
their luna. Nod Gcie, brother of the
county engineer, hnd since compelled
them to go right Into tho cave and
dig dirt out. When tho natives ro
fufced to obey his orders thoy were
told to quit. On that account they are
continuing their work in order to get
their dally bread; at tho same time
they frequently watch more of the
moving pall than the shovels and Ulrt.
BAND CONCERT.
AUTO bargain:
In Second-Hand Machines. Thoroughly overhauled
and ready for demonstration
White Steamers
Models of '04, '05, '00.
'06 Autocar
Newly painted; in fine condition.
Oldsmoblle Runabout
1907 Stoddard-Dayton
Runabout
Newly painted and varnished, and in
fine condition.
1908 Stoddard-Dayton
Runabout
Only very slightly used, but classes
as second hand, A bargain.
1907 Makwell Runabout
Newly painted and varnished, and in
perfect condition.
2l907MitcheIiRunabouts
Equipped with a new 30-H.P. Bren
nan Engine. In good shape.
These are some of the most striking automobile bargains that
have ever been offered in Honolulu
PRICES, - from $350
Von Hamm-Young' Co., Ecti.
Heinz Goods
Large, New Assortment on Hand
INDIA HEIISH PEARL ONIONS
MALT VINEGAR HORSERADISH
CIDER VINEGAR APPLE BUTTER
White PICKLING VINEGAR On 3-'- crocks)
PICKLES (sweet and sour) TOMATO KETCHUF
OLIVES BAKED BEANS, ETC.
JUST ARRIVED. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
DISTRIBUTORS.
Tho Hawaiian band wll glvo n con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock ut
tho Kakaako" Mission, as follows:
PART I.
March "Comrades" Tclke
Ovorturo "Road to Olory" Kllng
"The Kismet Patrol" Tobanl
Selection '"Sweet Old Songs". Dalboy
PART II.
Vocal Hawaiian songs...ar. by Bergor
Selection "Prlnco of Pllsen . ,Liuler
"Tho Watermelon Vino" Allen
"Molokama" and "Ahl Wela"
, ar, by Bulger
"Tho Stnr Spangled Banner."
irj-"For Rent" cards on sale at
Bulletin office.
variety
marks our daily menu in the matter of food. We serve
Breakfast from 6 to 10 a.m.; Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2
p. m.; Dinner from 5 to 8 p. m. The Cuisine Cannot Be
Excelled.
The Palm Cafe
PHONE 311.
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
Repaper
Your House
if the Wall Paper you have
now is faded, streaked,
torn. - -
'7vj have now on hand the
greatest variety of wall papers
we have ever had.
In our special show-room for
wall papers downstairs, you
can see just how wall, ceiling,
and border Will match.
Lewers & Cooke
LIMITED
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
Wina Vina
The most Refreshing Drink Imaginable
MADE ONLY BY
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
There Is No Place
For the tired brain
worker so benefi
cial as HALEIWA.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
HOLIDAY and WORKING
SHOES
Strong and Reliable at Reasonable
Prices.
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
LIMITED.
GENERAL CONTRACTORS.
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, WhHe and
Black Sand, Broken Coral. Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-CIALIY.
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
City Messenger
Service
PHONE 422
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Encore Saloon
Thy a drink at the new place and.
have "MATT" HEFFEltN serve soil
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU, J
toSaaSSS

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