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only 50 cents
Our regular $1.25 and U-60 four-button gloves, somo trimmed
with heavy black stitching and somo with self-colored stitching. A
lull lino of bIzcs from 5 3-4 to 7 1-4, only SOc per pair.
Reason for Reduction
The gloves belong to our reserve stock and wo havo Just discov
ered tho damp weather has slightly spotted them not enough to
lnjuro them 1n wear or looks only In price. What wo loso Is your
gain, Tho early-comers will of course have first choice, and at tho
above price the stock will bo qu.ckly disposed of. Come early,
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White or unbleached, low
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Low neck, short sleeves, trim
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and pink ,Ju
Extra quality, threo different
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High or low neck, extra
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A fine selection to chooso from,
full line of Sllkollnes, Art Den
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KNIT CORSET COVERS
Lace trimmed, very fine, pn.
No other stock In tho city to
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Wo are always pleased to show
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styles from fl.SO up, add Is sent for tho asking.
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New arrivals by every steamer In this department keeps It tho
best In Honolulu. Wo are showing now the latest novelties and tho
stock Is more complete than ever before. Includes: Dimities, Da
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They aro tho very latest cKtcts, and tho white embroidered In
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Dotted Swisses In white, light blue, pink, cardinal, lemon, black and
Senators Have a Scheme
For the Relief of Cuba
Washington, April 22. Tfio situa
tion In Congress relative to Cuban re
lief Is full of perplexities to tho Re
publican leaders, and skillful manipu
lating will have to be dono to avoid
dragging the whole question of tariff
revision Into tho ngltatlon. There are
two classes of Republicans among
thoso who otcd with tho Democrats
to administer the recent humiliating
rebuke to the House leaders. Ono
class honestly desires tariff reduction,
and voted for removing tho differen
tial on refined BUgar because It was
i step In that direction. Tho other
class wants no tariff tinkering, and
voted to Impose an obnoxious amend
ment cu the Cuban bill In order to de
cent the wholo project. Now tho ques
tion comes up In the Senate, Shnll tho
amendment removing the differential
on refined sugar be lopped oft nnd tho
Cuban relief mcasuro bo passed?
The Immediate result of tho House's
action, It Is believed by more than one
well-informed Senator on tho Repub
lican side, will bo disappointment to
tho Cubans. Tho Houeo cannot well
recede from- its position as to tho dif
ferential on refined sugar and tho Sen
ate Is not likely to agree to such ac
tion. If tho House put on tho differen
tial nmendment In order to provent
the Scnnto from Increasing tho red no
tion of the tariff In favor of Cuba It
was a shrewd and probably success
ful ruse. Hut If It was expected that
the Senate would agree to take off tho
piotcctlon to the sugar trust it Is lia
ble to be disappointed. The result Is
that Cuba will go without tho plum
that seemed within her grasp.
Washington. April 22. Tho ques
tion of reciprocity with Cuba formed
tho subject of atf lniiirtant prclltn!
nary conference on tho part of the ma
JcrKy of the Itepuhilcnn Senators to
day. This conference was held In tho
room of tho Senato Commlttco on PI
nonce during tho afternoon, and was
extended somo time after the adjourn
ment of tho Senate. In .Uo main tho
Senators invited to participate wcro
thoso friendly to reciprocity legisla
tion, but somo of thoso representing
the opposition wcro present.
Tno result of tho meeting may bo
summed up as follows: Thero will bo
at early meeting of tho Scnnto Com
mittee on Relations with Cuba to tako
up tho question on tho basis of tho
House bill, which Is now before that
committee. Tho Republican members
ol tho commlttco will act together in
fcrmulatlng n substitute Vor tho
House bill, nnd nono of them Is to co
operate with tho Democratic members
o." tho commlttco! the bill thus agreed
uron by tho Republican members to
bo submitted to a Republican caucus
of the Senato and mndo a party meas
ure:. With tho exception of Senator
Spooncr all tho Republican members
of tho Cuban Commlttco attended to
day's meeting, and it Is understood,
tacitly or openly gnvo thefr adherence
tn tho program. Tho leaders of tho
n'ovement express confidence, that It
will bo possible to report a bill from
the committee, and say their confi
denco also extends to tho Point of tho
passngo of the bill by tho Senate.
The Democratic Senators also wcro
more or less engaged today with tho
sugar question, but their conferences
wcro all held on tno floor of tho Sen
ato and In the Democratic cloakrooms
and nono of them was so formal or sr
well attended as tho Republlcnn con
ference. Tho Democratic consultn
tlcns generally had referenco to Sen
ator Teller's resolution providing for
on Inquiry as to tho holdings of the
present stock of sugar, nnrt thero wns
at ono tlmo a practical assitraneo tbnt
sufficient votes could bo secured to
pass the resolution. It would seem
probable, however, that tho result of
the Republican conferenco may
chungc the situation In that respect.
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In tho market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient.
BIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
, Robinson Block, Motel Street.
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General Merchandise. Diy Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERQ1IANT STREET.
? . O- 2302C 886 OEa-Ira. 21
WANTED COMMITTEE TO
REVIEW ITS ACTION
Cayples3 Scheme of Senatorial Ap
portionment Will Stand so Far
as Committee is Concerned
Washington. April IS. (Special)."
Following the hearing of Governor
Dole this morning before tho House
Committee on Territories Senator Geo.
It. Carter appeared before the comlt
tec to advocate a review of the com
mittee's favorablo report on the Cay
pless bill but after a brief hearing the
committee decided to allow the Cay
pless bill to icmaln on tho Houst
Mr. Carter was considerably disap
pointed at tho action of the commlttco
In refusing to review the matter.
It was thn opinion of the commlttco
that the method prescribed by tho City
pless bill was as fair and equitable an
appoitlonmcnt as could bo arrived at,
and that Inasmuch as tho matter bad
only to 'je settled once, the best way
was to decide It as soon as posslbln
nnd not prolong the political contro
versy which has -been engendered by
the matter being undecided .
Mr. Caypless urged that the matter
bo left as decided by the committee, af
ter a complete hearing of himself and
Senator Carter several weeks ago.
when, ho stated, Mr. Carter had 'incl
every oppottunlty to be heniil, and
that Inasmuch as the committee had
reached a decision In the matter and
Absolutely the Last Chance!
TO BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST DE CLEANED OUT RY MAY 7th, 1902.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
WILL FAVOR APPROPRIATION
TO PAY FIRE CLAIMS
Will Not Act However Unles3 Mat
ter is Referred to Him By
Congress ---His Attitude
Washington. April 18. (Special).
Delegate Wilcox, Secretary Cayplcsi
and L. A. Thurston called on tho Sco
retary of tho Treasury jestcrday In
support of tho bill for payment of fire
claims. It Is their dcslro to have the
receipts from customs devoted to pay
ing these claims, and while tho Secre
tary told them that he was heartily In
favor of adjusting the lire claims, It
was not within his provlnco to tako
Initiative steps In tho matter, but If
tho matter came to him by referenco
from Congress, he would approve tho
The fact that the Secretary of tint
Treasury la favorablo to the proposi
tion to pay tho tire claims Is extremely
Important ami will aid materially In
having the bill favorably considered by
the House and Senate.
that Mr. Carter hnd not brought any
new evidence or argument to bear
thero was no reason why tho matter
should bo reopened by tho committee.
Mr. Carter asserted that he would
rather have all tho members of the
Legislature retired and a new election
ordered than to havo the Caypless
The Whole Story
in one letter about
From Cpt. I'. Lnjt, police Butlon No.
8, Montretl: "We frmaentlr me I'tnnr !
l)ATitTAl!c-KlLtEiiforra(n fn III tlon. (
Hi h, tl rirafif tn, stifnt$$t rolt 6if, th'U
hlfilm, .'rami , nd ll miction, w) Ich j
befall men In cur petition X hue nohcil-
tMlon In t;lng that PilM-KlLLin ( (hi (
I at rtmrtfy ti have ntar At hand,"
I'nptl Irttontntly and Kxtcrnalljr.
Two 8lr', Uc. mil SOc. bottle,.
-T- I'arkersburg, W. Vn., April 20. -t-
Tno bridge builders, William
Nelson and another known ns
"Yellow Kldd," blind with fury, -t-
yesterday fought for thirty mln-
titcs on a platform three feet -t
f suuare suspended sixty feet In tho -f
nlr. There has been bad blood -r
- between them slnco they have
f been wot king on the new big
bridge of the ISalltlmore and Ohio
f ltnllruad. Yesterday they found
f- themeoUcs together on the plat- -f
t form twenty yards nbove the
rlu-r. llcncath them were only -a
f few planks of scaffolding under
-f the bridge. A desperate combat -t-
was fought until they were almost
f exhausted, then they fell to tho
platform and weakly continued
their struggle, wresting, biting,
punching. finally the "Kid" -
managed to pin Nelson under his
knees, and, freeing himself from
f his grasp, shoved Nclsun from the
With a shriek Nelson fell head
first. He struck on n bolt In
somo scaffolding a few feet below, -t-f
and, as It proved, knocked out -t-
sccn of his teeth. He came with- -f
f In a halr'B breadth of falling t
from tho planking, but lay thero -t-
breathless and bleeding. Threo
men descended from the bridge, -t
ami Nelson and the the "Kid"
were hauled up by ropes, ltegard-
less of their narrow escape from -
f death, they sweur they will have t
their fight out as boon us thry
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p. O. box wj ill i
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
, DciUn la Flo Sllkt tod Grit Llntni, Chtntu and Japtom Gooli of All Ktili.
J iohm Nautcu itrtat
. GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
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m.h.mMmm mil iHBoKyLf
InrrniHPH MJHwf - I
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Rll TO IRK
Ilrusscls, April 20. At a general
council of tho Labor party held hero
today It was resolved that worls by
tho strikers In all sections should bo
resumed. The council Issued a man!
featti to tho worklngmen tu this I'ffevt
this afternoon. The anticipated an
nouncement by tho King cf tho disso
lution of I'nrllamcut has not yet been
Tho papers here contain vlvl 1 de
scriptions of tho riots ttbkh ocuirre.l
at I.oiivaino, near here, last frlday.
Tho mob, which was returning from
the station after meeting the Socialist
deputies from Iiruseels, divided Into
two bands, ono making fiir tho real
demo of tho president of tho Chamber
M. Schollacrt, and the other for that
of tho Minister, of tho Interior, M. do
Toose. The first-mentioned mob war.
ted by a man of gigantic stature, Ilom
Ishlug n butcher kulfo. ,
After breaking through thi rial of
one siiiiad of the Chic Utiard, the mob
found Its wny blocked In a narrow lane
by another squad of tho same organiza
tion. An olileer of tho guard ran ?ur-
ward nnd called upon tho mob tu halt,
shoutings that othcrwlso ho would or
der his men to flro n volley on them.
The rioters disregarded this order.
The Light That Failed
WAS NOT FROM All
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The Incandescent lamp is always ready for use and does not
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KlnrJ Street. Telephone 300
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Awards at tho Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and nrc In ush
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclncrny Shoo Store, Elito Ico Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otnors too numer
ous to mention. Wo also Tinvo tho tamo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
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protection against night prowlers. Our
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Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
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fUlier Block, opp. Love Hid., fort Htrcct.
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Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Reports !
Properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, H. AM. 60c C. .,
Engineer and Uanagar.
W. H. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
I C. J. DAY & CO.-GROCERIES 2
3r 9J v mi 1 1 o
New York. April 20. A cnblo to tho
Sun from Vienna says: Tho Praguo
Tagcblatt says that on Friday night a
student fired threo shots at tho Gover
nor General of Warbaw, who was
standing at a window of his residence.
Two of tho bulets hit him, but only
wounded him slightly. This Is the
third shooting of Russian officials by
students within n weel;
Dispatches from Warsaw state that
six professors npthc university havo
been arrested on the charge of support
ing tho revolutionary agitation among
.Manila. Anrll 21. Tho Unlud
States transport Uuford, which salted
f-om here yesterday for San Francis
lp. nfler having been detained In nunr-
nntlne for llu days, put back to till?
pert with a suspicious raBo of nick
ncss on board. Should It provo to bo
cholera tho transport will bo held.
I'liuto cop right. IUC, by Melville. W.unliiaion.
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT STARTING FOR A WALK.
Proliulily thero lb 110 better or inure strenuous pedehtrlau In Washington
than Pit'iddcnt ltuoeelt. Walking is his fuvorllc cxcrcluo ami ono In
wliU'b he luilulgeH aliniiKt ..very day. Ho walks with a long, swinging
Kirlile which niri'lm him ir Hie giotuul tit urnpld rate. This picture Is
from 11 leci'tit knapuhot and hIiown the chief executive, uccumpnuled by
tiovcrnnr (ii'ticral Wood of Cuba, starting for 11 tramp.
Among tho treasures preserved at
the residence of tho Earl of Clarendon
Is tho original gilt key of Ilyd? Tark,
sent by Queen Anne to Lord Chancellor
Clarendon to gltelilm at all times ad
mission to tho parks of London a
relic of singular hjstorlcal Interest.
NcciIk No Cream
o Nccda No Sugar
122 KING STREET
o neat to HulletlnOHIce
o PHONE MAIN 119
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To facilitate trado with the Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning same to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to thoso know
ing the Arm. or who will furnish satisfactory references in
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tt PoHt 8tH., 8. P.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. Wo havo tho largest manufactory of Jewelry
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