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Special sale of
FINE SATIN TAFFETA RIBBON
NO, 40 AT 20c PER YARD
A superior quality of puro silk ribbons and absolutely now. Tho
colors white, black, pink, blue, Leghorn, heliotrope, old rose, cardi
nal, Nllo ercen, cerise.
NO, 60 AT 25c PER YARD
COLORS Black, White, Pink, Blue, Leghorn, Heliotrope and
Only a small quantity of this ribbon and wo predict that It will
all bo sold by Tuesday, tho 25th. Come early Monday morning.
Spring's Newest Wash Materials
Wo quote prices this week which you should compare with tho
goods, and you will find tho Inducements very tempting.
New patterns; whlto ground
with navy blito, pink, light blue
and cardinal stripes and dots
8 yards for $1,00
Extra quality, exceptional rango
of patterns; colorings exquisite
v 20c per yard
S3 Inches wide, splendid rango
of colors, extra fine quality
25c per yard
Completo stock, great assort
ment of patterns
10 yards (or $1,00
Full-width goods; latest do
signs; white ground with color
6 and 7 yards for $1.00
Flno line, very sheer In black
and whlto only, largo and small
30c per yard
Pin dotted and Embroidered;
strictly up to data materials;
extra quality; perfect colorings;
low prices; black, white, cardi
nal, pink, light blue, linen color
30c per yard
WHITE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY
Our assortment of these goods Is most elaborate and of tho latest
stylish patterns. Prices that aid In making them an unusual Induce
ment. At 10 Cents a very fair quality in laco and lawn stripes. At
12 1-2 Cents checks, plaids end stripes In handsomo assortment. At
15 Cents, fine sheer goods, open work stripes and fancy checks. At
20 and 25 Cents superior qualities with largo range of patterns to se
N. S. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
WHY THROW $40 AWAY
by paying J100 for a typewriter when you can get an up-to-date
strictly high grade machine
i The Wellington Visible Writer
for $60. This machine Is a revolution In typewriters. One ot
many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follow
"We mako tho statement positively
that they aro absolutely the best, ex
celling all others In simplicity, dura
bility and accuracy. We are using 75
ot them In our Philadelphia and New
York stores. They have our unquali
"(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKER."
We have just received a shipment of these typewriters and
will be pleased to give full particulars regarding same.
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INTERESTING REVIEW OF
Democrats Have High Hope of Carry
ing Fall Elections Leaders in the
House Who Look Toward
Washington. March 8. These aro
tho days when politicians are faking
at (.mint of stock and calculating upon
their political futures. Some few con
ventions have met nnd renominated
members of tho present House whllo
most of the others aro wondering
whether or not they will succeed in
being named again, and figuring upon
their chances of re-election In case
they are nominated. In tho naturo of
things perhaps one-third of the present
House will not bo returned, sonic few
because they do not wish to come
back, a few others because they have
other political ambitions In view
which would be Jeopardized by trying
to get back to Congress, and tho oth
ers because they will not he renomi
nated, or will not bo successful at the
The Democrats are looking forward
to tho November elections with moro
hopo than they have had In several
years. They reel that the Republicans
nro so Inharmonious that they must
be Injuriously affected before the peo
ple. They believe, too, that tho Ho
publican party having been so long In
power, n reaction Is about due, and
they rely, also, on tho fact that this la
on off year, when apathy Is likely to
rule moro or less, and when every
person who is discontented for one
reason or another Is prono to' blame
the party In power for It.
Republicans admit, very frankly,
that they will have to fight If the
control the House next year. They
say that with some Republicans, par
ticularly In tho West, demanding some
modifications In the tariff, and the
straight-out Republicans refusing to
yield on this point, the party must lose
Btrcngth whatever It does. Uut the
Republicans say that, while tho sltua
tlon Is not altogether encouraging,
they bellevo they will win nftcr a
sharp fight. That would seem to Indi
cate, at least, a reduction In tho Re
publican majority In tho next Con
gress. Management of the House.
It Is certain that the management
ot the Houso has been weak, the lead
ers lacking In courage and In initia
tive, and it is Impossible for the party
In power to do everything that Is ex
pected of It. yet Republicans haw
great hopes that, whatever he tho dis
satisfaction and tho disappointment,
tho fear of a change In the control of
tho Houso and of Kb effect upon bus!
ncss will have a favorable Inlluenca
Upon Republican prospects,
Doth parties aro then preparing for
ti.o autumnal campaign, and almost
Tho blood Is the source of strength.
If you aro weak you need a medicine
to tone up your stomach and make
plpnty of rich red blood. Tho mcdl
clno to do this Is Hostetter's Hitters,
It will not shock tho system and It
cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, heart
burn, belching and malaria, fever and
ague. A fair trial will convince you
ot Its value.
Will prove a great convenience In tho sick-room nnd
where children require a light during tho night. They aro
wonderful llttlo lamps. A slight turn of tho globe changes
tho light from sixteen to one-candle power and vlco versa.
In appcaranco they arc tho regular Incandescent lamp and
can bo used anywhere. We will supply them at
75 cents each.
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HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
K. Wheeler, who has become known
through the country through calling
I'rlncc Henry "that llttlo Dutchman'
In a speech on the floor of the House,
unsuccessfully contested for the sent
In tho Senate now occupied by Sonn
tor Deboc, but was defeated easily by
James U. McCrcary. Wheeler Is sc
anxious now for Joe Illnckburn's seat
that ho has decided not to run for Con
gress again, thinking that, by remain
ing nt home, ho can advance hla.
chances. Representative Smith ot
Kentucky has also not given up his
Senatorial nmbltlons and will probably
contest with Wheeler for lllackburn's
seat. Then Representative Allen ot
Kentucky Is ambitious to be Governor
ot Kentucky, and Is not daunted by the
candidacy of Henry Watterson of the
After Piatt' Seat,
la Now York Governor Odell. who
used to bo n. member of tho House;
Chairman Payne of tho Ways nnd
Cleans Committee; Representative
Sherman and Representative Ray,
each of whom holds an important
chairmanship, would like to get Sen
ntor T. C. Piatt a shoes If the "old
man" determines not to run ngaln him
self. In Missouri Representative D
Armond, who is ono of tho Democratic
Houso leaders, Is putting forth over)
energy to get tho seat now occupied
so nhly by Senator Vest. Hcpresenta
the Champ Clark also wanted tba
seat, but withdrew when he found how
strong cx-Cinvernor Stone Is.
In Illinois Senator Mason's scat If
eagerly sought by Representative Hltt
chairman of the Committee on Foreign
Affairs: by Representative Joe Can
non, chairman of tho Committee on
All sizes In quarter-sawed oak and beautifully finished.
Large stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Folding chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done. Hlegant lino of furnliuro In nil departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Fisher Block, opp. Love Did., Port Street.
overy sneech that Is made has In view Appropriations. MA . Representative
PER S. S, "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - -
Robinson Blccli, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MEROHANT iTREET.
Boric 886 IkCain. 21ft
P. o. Boi mi.
oldest Chi.'sse Firm in Honolulu.
DUti lo Flat Sllki m4 GrtM LIqui. CbtMM and JapaotM Ooota of All KIbii.
Its effect upon the November election.
Tho Democrats, whllo very anxious to
secure control of the House, rcallzo
that It will give them a large degree
of responsibility without any ability
to put their views Into operation. The
Senate, no matter what may be tht
result of the November election, will
Bull stand Republican, and the Exocu
live will be a Republican. Tho Demo
crats will then be-ablo only to Initiate
legislation without any hope of having
It passed. They will havo the respon
nihility of formulating a leglslatlve
pollcy, which will practically be the
Democratic platform for the I'resldcn
tial election of 1901, and In the formu
lating of that lcglslatlvo policy every
Ulfforcnco of opinion among members
of the House will bo emphasized. That
Is a danger which the Democrats
realize, but they bellevo, nevertheless,
that tho prestlgo of carrying the
fiouso will more than compensate for
any of tho harm that may come from
It Is surprising how many members
ot the Hqubo aro ambitious for other
political preferment. In Pennsylvania,
for Instance, thrco members would be
glad to be nominated for flovernor bj
the Republicans. Theso aro Triad. Ma
tion, of tho Eighteenth District, who Is
serving his fifth term In the House:
Marlln C. Olmsted, of tho Fourteenth
uistrlct. who Is Horvlng his third term,
and Joseph C. 8lbley, of the Twenty
second District, who Is serving his
third term, having been elected to the
Fifty-third and Fifty-sixth Congresses
as a Democrat, and becoming a Re
publican early in tho Fifty-sixth Con
gress. Bach of theso members has
proved himself cnpable and energetic
In tho Houbc, and each has qualities
that would make a good Executive of
ficer. Another I'ennsylvanlan in
Washington, who Is not a membor of
tho House, but who could havo como
to Congress any tlnm within tho last
decade, who. "whllo not cultivating a
Gubernatorial ambition, would not de
cline a Gubernatorial nomination, In
Wesley Li. Andrews, secretary to the
Senate Committee on Immigration and
secretary of tho Republican Stato Com
mittee of Pennsylvania. Should John
V. Elkln, tho Attorney General ot
Pennsylvania, not bo nominated. An
drows' chances would be as bright as
thoso of tho other three Pennsylva
Take Tennesseo as another Instanco
Representative Richardson wants tc
bo Sneaker of the House.- and would
almost undoubtedly, be chosen It the
Democrats were to carry the next
Houso, but ho wants to go to tho Sen
nto to succeed Gen. Dato. provided
cndltlons In 1904 seem to Justify hU
In Kentucky, Representative Chas
t.B-t Nouinu BtTMt
Sacrifice SaleLast Week
At tho store of Ooo Kim, 1116 Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress goods and embroidered handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers 30 and 41 Inches square. LadlcB
and gentlemen's furnishing goods nnd underwear; duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, figured silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
Ilonklns. chairman iX the Census Com
mlttco and member ot the Ways and
Means. This same scat Is sought for
by Charles G. Dawes, who v. as an Inti
mate friend or tho late President nnd
Controller of the Currency, a position
ho resigned In order to promote his
Senatorial ambitions. Senator Mason
Intends to hold that scat himself If
Dick Is Ambitious.
In South Carolina Representative
Talbert, who has been here for almost
ten years, wants to be Governor, nnd
Representative Latimer has his eye?
on Senator McLnurln's seat. In Qhlo
Representative Charles Dick, who was
closo to McKlnlcy, and chairman of the
Ohio Republican Committee each tlmo
Mr. McKlnley ran for Governor, would
bo glad to succeed Mr. Itanna should
tho latter determine to retire, and. In
order to bo In the line of promotion,
Would not bo unwilling to become Gov
ernor of the. Ruckeye State. Rcprc
scntntlvo Taylor of Ohio, chairman of
tno Committee on Elections. No. 1, Is
also a Gubernatorial candidate. In
Murylaml. Representative Mudd wants
to get Senator McComns' scat If the
latter concludes not to run again or
cannot ho reelected.
Aspiration of Newlands.
Representative Nev. lands of Nevada
has covetous eyes on e seat now oc
cupied by Senator John P. Jones, but
whllo Nevada elects a Democrat to
Congress It Is not quite ready to send
a Democratic Senator to Washington.
Representative Moody of Massachu
setts, one of tho ablest of the young
men In the House, does not openly ad
mit that ho has any ambition outsldo
of tho' House, yet ho has been very
favorably considered for Secretary jf
tho Navy, and Is mentioned very
strongly as a possibility for the seat
on the Supremo Court bench now niled
by Justice Gray, of Massachusetts,
who was recently stricken with paraly
Thus It goes and It Is human nv
ture tho politician no sooner reaches
ono position than ho seeks another
and every man In the House would bo
glad to go to the Senate If he could.
Albert Halstead In Drooklyn Standard
Iocs a great deal towards
keeping up the appearance ot
tho room, but nothing elso
brightens It up like hew ,
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o PHONE MAIN II9
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surreys and Rav
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report )
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The Dr. fr- Mien Electric "Belt"
(with sus- -sMC pensory Is guaranteed
to possess vfis all the curative proper
ties nf the esDtnslve belts now sold bv
doctors and druERists. It gives a very
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regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
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Y. W. C. A. N0TE8.
Miss Elizabeth Cartwrlght villi give
several readings in the parlors of tho
Y. W. C. A. Friday afternoon nt 5
o'clock. Miss Cartwrlght Is a fine elo
cutionist and a rare treat Is In store
for those who will take advantage 01
the opportunity offered.
Mrs, Walter Frear's Inst lccturo on
Emerson, being "A Summary of Emer
son's Teachings" v. Ill bo given In the
rooms on Friday, March 28, at 1
Owing to the Illness of Mrs. Sanford,
the class In lace making will not com
menco until Monday evening at 8
Mall to tlio Const.
The Oceanic steamship Sierra Is OX'
pected from Sydney tho Hist thing to
morrow morning. She will take the
next mall to the Coast.
Motor Carriage and Machine
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ALL KINDS OP : :
Safe Work of All Kinds.
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Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112.
J. W. 8CH0ENINQ, Manager.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund tho money If tt
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Is on each box. 25 rents.
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WEtlHER, Manager.
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