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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1311.
AFTER STOCK-TAKING BARGAINS 3AL BEGINS MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, AND WILL - CONTINUE FOP, ONE WEEK - CHILDREN'S SILK and WOOL UNDERVEOTR Hi-Th neck and .sletn'e.s. ttk'.e.s Ij'niri to (j years. $l.'!ifi(r'$1.i(i'rarli; now iiUcand $1.1.1) each. , , .... . CHILDREN'S LONG CLACK ,STjOQKING3 Fast dye mid str'uU!'ly ; liijit. Kizos from 5 to , i 1-2. J.jj;ujar "Or; now 12 1--C : 1"''" IKtir, STRIPED MADRAS SHIRT- ING-"4 inches, wide. Reduced to 1.1c per yard. SPECIAL PRICES ON MEN'S UMBRELLAS A largo slock to select from, in nil qualities.- STRIPED SILK MULL In lnvcmlar, pongee, pink and brown. Kegulnr Klc; now L'fn; a yard. LADIES' "ROSEBERY" RAIN COATS .Tun, navy anil hl.uk. 1ie;;ulnr $2;;. r,l.i; now !f J 7.50. SILKOLINE ::n inches wide, lino quality; plain colors and ar li: tic hew tlcM-.nx. l.V yard, now !) yard:: lor $1. LADIES' "ONYX" BLACK HOSE White roles ami garters. ".1c per pair, now ::ie per pair. FLAIN SILK MES3ALINE- 1!) inches widi'j lii-intirnl shades ol' Lavender, grey, brown, light bin", I 'op'.'nha.i.'.i'n. navy and rose. Hue per yard. FINE FRENCH SERGE .11! inches wide; dark grey, pongee and navy. Kcgulur ?2 a yard; now ?l.r,0 a yard. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., PERSONALITIES HllKAUX I't'ilKU.KIl anil hi; fam ily id Uceun I'ark, I'al., have located in Honolulu, .dr. tiein Her i.s a nianu i'ni liters' agent. C' A. Kiel.', ol K.uini. representa tive in the 'coming 1 ijit-lut iij-.f, was one ol' Hie p:i.'; eng . rs ;r riling u;i the Kiiri ii yrn!eri!ay. CI,il-"KUki CHARLOCK, chief in-sp:--clisr of si.iiiifu'Moii if -llii' linard oi health, returnei ya-terd:iy on. the M'. l'.'.irili Irntn a I rip hi Viaui. Mir-;. v. J. KiMTxssu ami mi.--;:.; KATIIl.KiC:! W-nvrsn. well kn.nv.i seiuiy Ink ol I'nrl land, alo u in tin; h;l:unls. They a' rived li Sictra.- WII.I.IAM .1. ol' Up.' Kcik:I-j Don't Persecute your Bowels jrgativts. They tre bratal .11 ,' ill 'J FORT AND BERETANIA OPPOSITE FIRE STATION NO DETAIL NEGLECTED THAT WILL CONTRIB UTE TO PERFECT CLEANLINESS AND SANI TARY CONDITIONS. ABSOLUTELY PURE MILK. 12 1 -2c per quart The Pond Dairy Telephone 2890 11 I HilKI.l DN'. niemlKi' I'r; in Kauii. ruachml Iti.nii'iilti yosicrdtiy y the istoatnc Kinan. riajy lor Ihc session. IIj i.s iie"omp''licd by Mrs. Sheldon. 'MR. AMI A! US. K. I,. TUO.M if l'inl!,iiid. with Ihoir 1 i 1 1 1 . ; son V. -ward, arrived in Honolulu en the Si erra. They will he here for idnut, a mi. nl h. C.M'T. SAM 1IK.VUV. 0:10 nf the origmal dred.L'nvnion on IVati 1 1 -i i-l ' ; work as a member of the lirni of Clai!; tf. Henry, is in the islands on a visil. accompanied by his wife. OKDXAXCK KKIlilh'.W'T i.'DWAUl) STAR has boon relieved friiiii duty at Furl, linger and been transferred to Fort Kamciia.'nclia al. I'onii llarbov, where he will lal;e charge of affairs in Hie line of munitions of war thjii are now arriving mid about to arrive. !OVKUiOU AND MRS. FRKAIt will cnleiiain al their home this al'l ernoon from two to four o'clock ri honor nf Admiral Yashiro and olHceis of the visiliipj;1 Jupaneso Irainini,' KiiiKidrcn. lu out calhamca and nji hanh unnecmary. Ti CARTERS LITTLE LIVER PILLS Purely nrlaUc. A(5 grndy on eliminate I ' soothe the delicate membrane t ! of the bowel. . Cur Con- ' cfipation, fiilioa neu. , Sick Heidtche ud Indijcttioa, as mHIioai know. ' Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Price Genuine must bear Signature JK'J; , ID IV tK AiyAli ' H PILLS. For a Good Meal, quickly pre pared and well served, go to the Palm Caf e, PHONE 2011 HOTEL STREET Kemember! the Palm Test Is "The Best" It's Paint AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP Sharp SignS PHONJL 1C97 A1E SEEN EVEUrWHEBE EIITE EUHDIN& E F LIE ADMIRAL FLAG tation lo Loiuvraliilatc Ki'ur-Auinh'.'.l ('owlcs ujion rt 111 liin;:' the fvrad'.'. As the line of ollin vr. Ijio:;c up afid' the salute. Co , 1 rnor and Mrs. Wallir 1'. Frear were the lirsl in oiler 1 nnivral illations to the i-e.-.r-admiral, and lii 1 w''olu way to the stalii.ii was one co 1 stant. liaiid-shaUiirv luiir. liritvadiei Ceiieral Mariinili, Major I lanniii ;, I ,i"ii tin.ini I'oloticl Wluieler, I'olninl Tini liertako end other o'lieers stalioned 111 Hawaii jiressin;;' forv erd lor a han l clasi of the command'!!.!. The whole parly then went lo the or ii.i.s on the lower Hour of the -t 1 1 m and the broad lanais. v lu re thev dr.riii 1 tlie lieallh of Ki ar-Aihidral 1'ie.Jes and ate ol' the duiuly hnn li. while Ibe rj 1 (acians of the fifth I'avalry jilayeil .''or their entertainment. Japan Will Build Her Own Ships. Accoi iiin;j; to .1. K. I'ii;;';. supervis ing engineer of the Fore River Ship building Company who pasnid Ihronsdi llonolulii in the Korea a weeli tit;o last Friday I' rein a basiness I rip to Japan, that eoiinlrv has placed her last order abroad I'm- additional war shifp. Page sinnl three years in sur veying 1 1 10 installation of Amerieia Inrbiiie oniiincM in Japanei; Hread-ili-ptulntuislilH. I'ae.o ii reported a:: s.iyins: "Fieni 11 nv,- on. the .lapan oi'.u will not on'y liaild their own VISITORS (Continued from Par;e 1.) hiiral in the I'liiied .States navy, an. I sainted tlie 1 onnnand Dr. II. '1'. Jr'niith, Paymaster II. I;. Stevens, I'ieil Fhir.imcr I!. F. Piiiill.li,. I'ivil l'hiy,iiieer O. S. ISurrcll, Carpentir T. II. Seharf. Paymaster flerlis J. W. I'auni and Thomas limiii, the staff of tlie commandant, stood in line at the riivht of their commander while lie faced the battalion and read the com mission. Lieutenant lio Salim acting as aide. , At the conclusion of the readim;. Hi" lilne iennant of a captain was lowerc 1 from the staff, while tlie furled banner of a rear-admiral was hoisted. They paused together and touched a moment 011 the way, and when the plain blue had roacbeil the bottom, the twj starred lla;; was broken lo the tropical morn Ins breo::e. : The rcar-fidnilriil and his staff faev'd about and stood at "at ten! ion" whdo I he saluting batt ry. under coin;n.'iiid of Captain of the 'Yard .Shopley boom 'd I forth the ciistomarv salute, and as the ! last shot died away, the Stars and I Stripes were broken out from the fore of tlie Asatiia and from the starboard battery of the llairship came the salul" of the American commandant. 1 This ended the ceremonies. The ma rines marched away headed by the'.- band, and its soon as the street w m reached the oilicers returned to lb AYI..T, BR ENTIRELY SATISFIED WITH THE U'UHK OF THE . FRENCH LAUNDRY J. A aclio, Prop. 777 KING ST, Telopliono 1041 - - No Branches Weekly Bulletin m Pep Year STEM WINDaCFTtfTJi 1 i':i.' 'it AJifiiuw: 1V V, , I V i. ! "iiwe 11 , lii ' 'IH.,.t,,fn,ri-.ijHAW. I linill.OlilMON'D KlNii hliv Ifll.'TWOHPtif'.ri'fliiilli I. y..,i. Whi n H..I.I . . .Spuucer.Hcrtea.M.Y warships, bill they will also construct the engines and Kim.;, which herelo fiiro. have been buili in (iermany till I cllier i-iinitrii k. The .lap:mese have pnrehaseil the ri':hi to nianul'acture I lie C!it;!iu'B and are now c-u linK Hie (Hies to lie 11 sr.;l for the Iwo new ships already he.nun. "Over 2a.0i)li men are now employ ed in the new .lapnaese shipbuilding plant, which is mere modern and complete than any oilier in the world. Every part nf tlie ship Is heins made there! They ai'ii even independent in the rr.iipiy of raw materials, possess ing every filing needed In their own niiiTit! y." ' Skippers Ask for Lightship. That 11 liajit is greatly needed at Cape Wane 1 has been i;4 lin linnii;!it lo tlie lure by (lie siiippin;; inleresl., ccp.lered aC Portlatnl, Ors;oil. A lilion ; aimed by twetily-six shiipin;; firms and ship masters of San Fran eisc.'i has been forwarded lo Portland and is belli'.; circulated (here by (.'oni lnaii'lcr .1. M. Ellieolt, Inspeelor of the Si veiileeiilh Lighthouse district, ask iii; that 'he insiieelor use his inlln once to secure I he establishment of a iii;'!tslii off Cape- lllaneo. Inspeelor Ellicnlt alreatly has ta'irn up I he sub ject with the li;;!ilh''n so board in 'ashin'4'en alii cbtained fiivorahl 1 eeoinnieiidalien for the project. Cape l;l'iac: is r'aanlod by ni'iriiiers as one of the most d .in "ovinia peiats in tlie orcein coasl and at present U mi i nilaldy :ir:i ked. Blue Serg e Sniti 0ur SpringXine of Triie Blue Serge grabows?:y truck 1. IV,. 2 ami 3 TONS - 45 H. P. WAGON CO HONOLULU POWER AffCntS 675 South. Near King Street Phone 2160 Suits arc now on display. These Suits are guaranteed to retain their color and shape through out the life of the Suit. Original designs and skilful hand-tailoring form the basis of our claim. Any of these Suits not giving entire satisfaction i e will replace it or refund the pi.- chase price I if DR. PERIN IS MUCH PLEASED The announeetiu nt that Dr. Carl .. 1'erin. the noted ami ilistiiu;uishi d palmist from New York City, has ar rived in Honolulu, has created a siir and considerable c.cilenieit amon;; so (dety and oilier classes thai arcintcc ested ill occult sciences. Tlie doctor spent yesterday in siebt-seeini,-. When he returned lo the ll""i'i Hawaiian Hotel, where he has a cui ta,m he said: "I have been in almost every part of the world ami I have met every civilh'.eil race, and I must admit riyit In re, that I have never seen unythia.; li'ie II lulu an I its beaut irul snr- roimlim;s. There seems to be soiii" liiin ; al out this climate which I coiibl not define and perlaps never will. 'I i i an 111 1110 'plu re which enchants, lain- ieales, and 1 111 I rates into your Very seid, lcav'm; you peace of mind and 1 onti lit incut. 'I'bi' nil1 seems laden v illi pi'liuine, 1 lid t! O'ikIi I will admit thai I have not seen the abundance (f Dow ers of which you In ar so much in tli States, it seems Hint the very noil one steps on it inoculated, with the Ira fiauce tla-.t i.s moUiInc and bcnetidal to health. 'ne can not imagine, ir even tell the impression that he receive.! when travorsin;,' tlie avenues and lanes that lead out into ilod'.s nature froai this beautiful city. Ifc. must bo lice to (.ppreiiate it and to feel. I slnll never ill my life for;.;et the Hawaiian Islands." When 11s ked how soon Dr. F-iin wil receie clients for consultation, lie sai.i' "I cm too busy taliiie; in the beau ties of this community now. I know that as s 11 ill as 1 heKin to work. I shall have no opportunity ai;aiii to see anv thin";, but simply devote myself to my callers. 1 shall announce in ilac tini" when I Will be ready to receive clients " Panama Cnnal Tells. A hill h.H beep introduced Into the! Iliinsi! of iUpresenlative.j al Wash-I ini;ioii lixibK the Pan inn C 111 il tolls I on Hie lop in -.'I' of ve isiis ian:;i!i?l fr.'iin fit y emls per Ion to one dul-l lar and lil'ly eeiils per t in based ml the nil binna;;,; of veascfi on a i',;mi1-I ualid scale ida.silieali' ticeordin:; I 1 Hie si.'c and To be at pi ace ullb your neb-rhbors id'ten imans war v.i'.h .vo'irself. Any husband who Is made food by. nsiKKinx "HI bear watchin;'. FIRES DESTROY : IWO AUTOS It would seem that burning autoal is the fad in Honolulu, .loo I.eal lost a bip machine on which he had but recently pu! out quite a sum of mo ney in the way of repairs, a new top and new cmhion :. (in Si:t in .lay aliernoon he arrived tit the Mimaon place back of Diamond' Head Willi a party about two o'clock, ami while jie was away from the ma chine, asslslin.i; his passengers to ear ly their bun lies to tin; liottso bin auto took tire li nn some cause and Kalnod such h iadway that it was im possible to save it. Joe Cl uU w n another unfortuinto in tin? iiui i-bunilii!; lino. His ma chine cau;;!:t Pr:' while it wan stand ing in tlr- 1 1 at his home. The tire was d'ic nered ill time lo pre veiu ih . i' ," destruction of the car, bill it '.vas d im incd in the interior to quite- an cx'ivit. ami will take quilo a neat sni 1 to place, it In commission again. A great, bin. basic (mill is (hat I In-' I'csf vi'ty in I'cia yourself Is in liclp-l Intr (in- co niiiiiiiity, Ilinv nluiiit jour liiirl in llt IXOIiAL I'AI! 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