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EVENING nULMCTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY. M.Uiri! I. 1902
Anil with lior arrival the Alamo dn has brought us a wonderfully beau
tlful aud complete line or the mo3t exqulslto
Our storo now presontB nn nppoarnnce of both gorgeous nnd doll.
cn'c materials that vvlll mnKc ox cccdltiKly handsome dresses. Como
early, for remember the first comers aro the ones who have the first
selection. Below wo mention so mo of the new fabrics:
Satin Striped Mull
New pretty patterns In light
blues, sea foam nnd pinks.
New Persian effects, very dain
ty colorings and novel patterns.
ppllriuo effects, latest designs,
colors light blue with black,
pink with Mack nnd gray with
Grass Linen and Batistes
In pretty linen effects.
Lawns and Muslins
In fancy ntrlpcs and figures, all
the voijr latest.
Silk Mixed Tissue
The very newest designs, ex
quisite colorings, blue, pink, sea
foam nnd light tan.
Grass Linen Tissue
Very sheer, linen color; will
make up prettily.
Taft Says Philippine Ownership
WAS A MISTAKE BUT
We Must Now See It Through
Silk Mixed Tissue
Solid colors, soft material, In
cream, black and dovo color.
An untiBUaly fine assortment of
latest designs nnd elegant com
blnatlon of fancy stripes, solid
color stripes nnd polka dots In
New Spring White Goods
Ours nre the prettiest white loods ever brought to the Islands.
r. he patterns are nocl nnd beautiful This stock Is an entirely new
Importation and consists of n complete assortment in all lines.
New Applique Trimmings, New Black Waved Lace,
Arabian aces, Etc, Etc.
Washington, I'eb. 20 Governor
Tnft discussed climatic conditions In
Uio I'nlllppines today before the Son
nto Philippine Committee. Governor
Taft said that much of the sickness
among the American troops Is due to
exposure. The witness thought the
high death rate of troops In the Phil
ippines due to the guerrilla wnrfnrc
Balng that It was Impossible to get
soldiers to observe the laws of hgl
ilia experience. Governor Taft said,
was that the greatest danger In the
matter of health In the Philippines Is
found In the neglect of symptoms
which nre not generally regarded ns
of Importance In the United Stntes
He knew, he said, of Europeans who
had spent thltty or forty jenrs In tho
Islands nnd who are lu good health.
Ho thought, however, that tney gener
ally left the Islands for several
months every two or three venrs As
a rule, continued residence hnd tho ef
fect of causing n gradual deterioration
Governor Tnft, In reply to questions
by Senator Culberson, said that the
expenses of conducting the govern
ment of the Islands nre much higher
than under Spanish rule, nnd that the
Increase would he greater this jear
than It had been last year Tor In
stance, while the annual expense of
conducting the government of Manila
under Spanish rule was from Joijfl.nno
to $1,009,000 Mexican money the pros
cnt expense Is nbout $1,300,000 In gold.
Tho Increase lu the total was. he said
duo to the Increase In salaries nnd to
tho Improvement of the Government af
"Under Spanish ride," he said, "sal
nrles were very low so low that they
were the plainest Intimation that thoy
(the Spanish officers) expected their
salaries to be pieied out b Illegal col
lections and squeezes, nnd that they
were so pieced out Is Indisputable
Replying to n Relics of questions,
Governor Tnft said the Intervention of
tho United States In the Philippines
was tho best thing that could happen
for the nilplnos, but that It would
have been better for our country If vvc
hnd not gone thcic. He added "If the
result In tho end proves to be In tho
Interest of the general welfare, then
wo can possibly Justify ourselves on
the ground that wo have taken only
our Bhnre of the burden of civilization
In bringing out an uncivilized people
Continuing the general discussion oi
conditions In me Philippines, ho ex
pressed the opinion that the truilc
with th United Stntes will nltlnutelj
Increase and tho Islands will be sell
supporting, even to the extent of ny
lug the expenses of the United States
"Do you believe that what we aro
now doing In the Philippines Is best
for the Filipinos nnd for the people ol
tho United States ns well?" asked ben
"I do." said Governor Taft. "Wo nie
pursuing there the only course open
to us, nnd It wns absolutely Impossible.
for us to pursue any other course than
the one we did puisne nnd arc pitrsu
Ing there. If the Senators on the
other side of tho table (referring to
tho Democratic members of the com
mlttee) hnd been there they could not
have dono differently, nnd when their
party comes Into power. If It should
I do so they cannot do any thing but go
. ahead "
Senntor Culberson If n snfe anil
honorable openings for withdrawing
from the Islands should present Itselt
do you think the United Stntes should
I . II !,...!, ? 144
utuii uruu ui ill
Governor Taft That question ns
sullies that there might be such nn
opening. I don't think them will be
nnd 1 say no. Possessed, ns 1 believe
that I am. with the missionary spirit.
I think thnt wo should continue our
.work In those Islands, now that we
I are there and there Is no likelihood of
finding honorable wavs out.
Governor Tnft wns excused at the
conclusion of the sitting nnd the com-
mlttee ndjoiirned until next Tuesday
I with the understanding thnt General
Hughes will he the next witness
nrnn r uiin i t?r
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KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
Washington. I'eb. 22 Vnshliigton-H people In tho galleries with bienthlexs
birthday was Blgnallzcd lu the United Interest. Senntor Tillman left tho
Stntes Senate by n fist fight. The two 9n"lto1 w,,rn adjournment vvns taken
., , ' ., ,, for recess nnd did not return Tor the
Senators Trom South Cniollna were ,, HOBBoni Srnator Mel-nurln wus
the active paitlclpants In the affray. In the chamber about 8 o'clock, but
Tillman In the course of a speech up- 'eft early. Neither Senntor whin seen
on the Philippine tariff bill mnde se nt his home would make n statement
rlous reflections upon the honor or tills mo senilis in Kcnntors Tillman mid
cnllcncue. Mcl.aurln In brief, he JlcLniirlu Is that they nre still In con
charged that his vote lu suppoit of the tempt of the Senate and only by a vote
ratification of the treaty of Paris had or tne hennto can either be recognizee!
been cast through tho exeiclse of lin- e er to speak or to vote on nn ques
nroiier Inlliicnces. Hon whatever. The Senate Is onernt
Mcl.aurln vvbb not In tho chamber nt Ing under n clause of section 8. article
tho time, being engaged In committee I of the Constitution, which recites,
work, but ho was sent lor, nnd nppcar- "Eath house mny determine tno
ed Just ns Tillman concluded bis rules of Its proceedings, punish mem-
speech. Palo as ashes, Mcl.aurln rose bers for disorderly behavior, nnd.
to address tho Senate, speaking to a with the concurience of two thirds, ex-
question of personal privilege. He re- I'd a member."
viewed Tillman's charges briefly, and Tho Senate ndopted a resolution de
then denounced tho statement mnde elarlng both Senntor Tinman nnd Sen
by his eollcnguo ns a "willful, mnll ntor .Mcl.aurln In contempt. Ily n vut
clous nnd deliberate lie."
Senrcely had tho words fallen from
his lips when Tillman, sitting n few
seats from him, with Teller of Colo
rado between them, sprang nt him.
.Mcl.nurlii, who had half turned toward
both were allowed to make stnto
ments In which both npologlzed for
their nrtlons. Hut the Sennto took no
further nutlon, nnd the lesoliltion re
ferrlng the matter to the Committee on
I'rtv lieges nnil Elections Is still In op
Tlllmnn. met him half way, and In nn erntlon. and until the committee is ills
Instant theso two Senators, having charged or the Senate lelleves the
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
swept Teller nslde, weio engaged In n
rough nnd tumble fight. Mclaurin re
ceived a heavy blow on tho forehead,
while Tlllmnn got n punch on the nose
which brought blood
bourn Carolina Senators or the con
tempt they must remain silent in the
This Is the Judgment of all Scnntiiis
who hnve considered the question nnd
Asslstnnt Sergeant at Arms I.nyton the presiding ofllccr. It Is said, will n
Bprnng over desks to reach ond separ- fuse to recognize their right to partlcl
nto the combatants nnd himself ro- pate In the proceedings until the order
eclved several blows. He got between of contempt Is vncnted.
tliom finally nnd by main strength
wrenched them npart Senators War-1 Washington, l'eh 24 Senntor 1 111
ron of Wyoming nnd Scott ot West man was not nt the banquet to Pi luce
Virginia, two of tho most powerful men Henry nt the White House tonight.
In the Senate, leaped to his assistance The Invitation wns withdrawn by tho
nnd, pinioning the anus of tho belllg- President today artor Tillman hnu
erent Senators, forced them Into their positively refused to recall his accept
seats. Intense, excitement prevailed ance. It Is said Hint this nctlon on
In the Senate and galleries, which the part of the Prl-sldent wns mndo
wcro thronged witli people, who had necessnry on account of tho occur
been attracted by the spirited debate. ' rences on the floor of the Senate Sntur
Everybody was on his feet. Not n clny, as n result of which Tillman was
word, however, was Bpoken. Senators, declared In contempt of the Senate.
stood nbout tho chamber for tho mo-j Senator Martin of Vlrglnln, a member
ment quite helpless nnd pale to tho of tho Committee on Navul Aualrs. ac
lips, finally order wns restored par cepted an Invitation In Tillman's place
tlally. and In the midst of Intense ex. i Tho Invitation wns extendi d oilglunllv
cltement the Semite went Into seciet, to Tillman owing to the fact that he Is
session. 'the ranking minority member of the
I' or two hours It discussed the .Naval AtTnlis Committee.
event behind closed doors. When tho
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOOK, MEROIIAAT MREET.
.0-02886 ILEsiira. 21:.
RETIRING FROM BUSINESS
commencing March 1, 1002, I will sell all tho stock In my Btoro
Regardless of Cost
li's Is th' cpportunlty of n life lime In obtain great bargains In e- ciy
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
doors were opened It wns made known
thnt both of the South Caiollnn Sena
tors by unanimous vole had been de
clnred to bo In contempt of the Sen
nte Thoy weio permitted by n vote
of the Senate to make npologles to the
Sennto. Their statements were listen
ed to by botli the Senators and the
Senntm I'rje. president pio torn of
the Senate gave directions to the
dorks of the Si nate today thnt tno
names of Senators Tlllmnn nnd Me
I.aurln of South I'aiollna must not be
called on roll calls until further no
tice Tills llxes the status of tint Sen
ntois, who nre practically suspended
liom nil Senatorial functions
'ft- - t-"f 't-t- tT ttT t T
Republicans Will Give Cuba
20 Percent Sugar Reduction
P O Box w) Il
THE OLDEST CHi. v-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oikitti !o Flo Silks tod Grist Linens. ChlntM tad JipiDMt Goodi of All KlaJi
Bulletin 75c, per month.
Washington, I'eb. 22. The Uepubll
can mouthers of tho Ways and Means
Committee, who have been consider
ing tho question of concessions to
Cuba nt bovcial meetings during tho
week, iluull) icachcd an ugreumc nt
t, .s afternoon which Is couddered n
victor) for thoso who have favored tar
iff concessions to that Island. The ac
tion taken was the adoption of the
"llosolvod, That It Is the sense of
the majority mcmhcis of this commit
tie (subject to tlio approval of tho
Kepiibllcau mombeis uf the House lu
i am us assembled, to be held ns soon
lis practicable) that thu cummittoa le
jioit u bill iiihiibstiinio nuthoilzlng tho
President to negotiate n leclproclty
ueiity with tlio Cuban r public, when
i stablished, piovldlng foi the entrv of
inn pioiliuts Into Cuba upon such
funis ns shall be deemed by lit in to
be ndvnutugeoiis to us, provided, bow
ever, Tlutt such tieatv shall sec lire lor
our product!) going Into Cuba duties
less than those allowed to tho other
luuntileB substantially equivalent to
the concession mnde by us, that the
i onslderntlou upon our part for si,ch
treaty shall bo n concession of 211 pel
cent of our tariff duties upon Imports
of the products or Culm, upon Mils
condition that Culm shall llrst oiiuct
our Immigration laws."
Ily tho terms of tills resolution, tho
proposition agreed on by the Ilopubll
can members of tho committee will be
submitted to u Hepubllcnn c. nuns to
lie held next Tuesday. This action Is
practically tho proposition siilimliteu
n lew dajs ago by Itopresontntlve I iing
of Kansas, except tmt the amount or
the concession is cut in half nnd the
condition thnt Cuba enact our I mini
grntlou laws Is added.
The uctlon by the committee, this
afternoon was preceded by n eonlcr
ence at the White House between the
President and Hepreseutatlves Oros
vnor of Ohio, Uusscll of Connecticut
nnd Dnlzell of Pennsylvania, nil or
wnom havo herotoforo blood out
agnlnst nny form of reclprocltj piovl
blons Tho nctlon or tho Hcpiibllmn
members was unanimous.
TERRY McGOVERN WINS
WITH DAVE SULLIVAN
Louisville Ky. Toll 22 -Tcrrv Me
Oovern deflated Dave Sullivan tonight
In the arena ot the Southern Athletic
Club In fifteen rounds of ns desperate
lighting ns was ever seen From the
first tap of the gong until the end It
wns slap-bang, hammer nnd tongs
nearly every sciond. both men work
ing away with all the cnergv the)
Mcflovern. knowing that the light
meant his position lu the trout ranks
.is a lighter, wns after his man ever
wonil. In n m.ijnrltv of the rounds
he wns on the nggresslve. nnd Sultlvsn
was forced to do far more defensives
work than his opponent. He put up n
wonderful light nnd wni game to the
coie, and tost the light more through
n blunder of his own than because ho
was knocked out. When the finish
c ime however, he was groggy nnd
going fast. The chances are that ho
would not have lasted ninny more
iiiunils ven had he risen to his (cet
befoie Kltzslmmons called ten
In the fifth loiind Sullivan was nt his
best He forced the fighting, especial
h In the hist half nnd hnd Mitiovrrn
going. 'Hie hitter walked In n vcr)
unsteady fashion as he went to his cor
ner, nnd nothing but Ills splendid re
cuperative power enabled him to comn
up in shape for the sixth round. Ha
came to the center strong, however,
nnd although there were times when
Sullivan siemcd about to turn the tldo
ills wn ngnln. from that time on Mc
Govern kept steadily but very slowly
getting the upper hand He fought
ever forward, and Sullivan was gradu
allj but surelj going backward. Sul
livan wns b.idl punished, his left ear
being split open, bis lips cracked, hli
nose well pounded and hU right eye
partly dosed The latter happened
early In the light, nnd Mcflovern paid
particular attention to it throughout.
During the twelfth, thirteenth nnd
fourteenth rounds Siitlvnn wns slowly
going Mcfiiivern was nt him like a
wild cat every Instant He gave him
no rest, and Sullivan was. whenever
possible, hanging on for his life Tin
end came when the fifteenth round
was nctirlv over McOovcrn had forced
Sullivan Into a neutral corner He
landed n storm of right nnd left
swings, nnd, catching Sullivan with
the left square on the Jaw. sent him
down on his back Sullivan was up
like a flash, but did not rise from his
knees. He was confused, giogg) nnd
ntzslmmuns counted nine and as he
uttered the last word Sullivan started
to rise, but did not get higher than a
low crouch. The Instant his knee wns
oh tho floor Mcflovern came after him
nnd Sullivan, hardly knowing what ho
vvns about, went down ngnln The icr
eree promptly declared him nut and
Mctiovern the victor. Sullivan at
tempted to question the decision, but
Fltzslnimnns would not' listen to him
After the light I'ltzslmiuons said
"Sullivan was down more than ten
seconds before he tried to rise. I In
was on his knee fully five seconds be
fine I began to count nnd had he stood
up when I said nine and bctn saved by
the gong I would htlll have declared
him out. He was down nnd out for
Pieccdlntr the ficlit challenges to the
winner were lecelved from IMdle (lard
ner, Austin Hire. Harry Harris, Young
Corbett nnd Abe Attell Sam Harris
McOovern's manager, said Mcflovern'
next light would be vvltll Young Coi
Lett If the latter held to his challenge
Thcie were loud checis as I'ltz
slmnions stepped through the ropes to
refcreo the prcllmlnnrv event nnd
urgent calls for a speech After some
hesitation l'ltzslmmons advanced to
the ropes nnd said
"I thank jou vcrv nine It for this out
hut st or enthusiasm anil assure jou 1
appreilnte it very inurli. I also ap
lire i late the honor or refereelng this
tight tonight nnd will do my best to be
fair lu this event I suppose jou know
1 inn m iti heel to light Jiffrles route
time in May I shall train ns I have
never trained before and will do tnv
best to defeat him " The Inst sentenie
wns gieitrd with howls or applause.
Big Furniture Store
Whllo waiting for our now store In tho Sachs' Hulldlng to bo
completed, wo have moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, where wo nre prcpa.ed to sell tho same ex
cellcnt standard of furnlturo a a wo havo always made It a point to
Our temporary quarters arc very handsomo and a visit from you
will bo welcome.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plslicp ISIock, opp. Love Hid., Pnpt Street.
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MACHIIIES SOLD, BEHTEtt AND REPAIRED.
SHREVE & GO., San Francisco
To facilitate trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will deliver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, free of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco, (loods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing tho firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Alnrhct f Pont 8tn., 6. P.
Illustrated CATAI.OQUn nnd prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jowelry
nnel Sllvcrwnro west of Now York City, and nro prepared to
furnish special designs.
Tel. Main 1111.
PoHtoMIcc Hox 07
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Fine Carriages, Wagons and
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All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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