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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLUIA, T II.. FIllDAY. mil 8, 1907
Our Closing Out Sale
of ,. 7
Wash Hats i Bonnets
Special Price Reductions
Peter Pan Waists
WILL END ON SATURDAY.
This cava wim submitted on Tclinmry 'Hon was then whether she would lie al-
I. lllCUCCIrllOn CnmCSUOWIl Oil IIIO Mil. (IWeil In l.qil.t lint- mmi lil,,il f,,.
Just four da) s later, nation mid Dr. Hamls. who Is In i h.irco i
UM week there wan mi ItiKliuirc nl Inuring the absence of l)r. Cnfer. dc-
even quicker action on the part of tho Jcldcil that he would Keep on the Bare
Supreme Court. A niho was suhmltlcti ,o and have nil precautions taken '
'' """ "ioiiiihk ami uie wriuen uacaliiHt the pl.isuc which wn lii liinl
Children's Wash Hats and Bonnets
Prices Cut in Half
White Peter Pan Alpaca Waists
$3.00 VhIuc; SPECIAL $1.00
White Sillc Peter Pan Waists
$5.00 Vnluc; SPECIAL Jf.3.00
Solid Color Dimities
20c Quality for 131j YD.
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS GO.
jflRr HAS MANY FRIENDS
OF (iOSSIP IITMIAN SHIP IS
mi i m
Supreme Bench MakingjStella del Mare Came
A Record For I Here From Infected
The celerity with wbkh the Supreme.
Court lit deciding the matters that conii
before It these dais l cxcltlnc n rood
deal of favorable comment In IckuI tlr
rles. There was a time when for n
insc to so to the Supreme Court usual
ly mcani n wait or tnontiiH, it not yearn,
before n decision could bo expected.
Hut of Into It Ih not unusual for a de
rision In be bauded down within n
weclc of the time that the matter wan
submitted to the Court. Not Infre
quently the time Is even less than a
The decision that was handed down
loday In regard to tho effect of thu
titatuto of limitations on tho Terri
tory h right to brine action for line',
taxes Is an example of the short time
matters now consume before the Court
The Stella del Marc, a full rlKSV'd
Italian ship from Iqulqul iirihcd this
morning and was placed In quarantine
b the local doctors on account of the
fait that she came from nn Infected
Iirt. While there U little danger that
there might be sickness on board, as
the del .Marc Is CJ das out ftom the
Chilean port, tho quarantine officers do
iot propose to tnke any ebantes. Th
ship will bo fumigated thoroughly be- ,
fore she is allowed to land her cargo,
which consists of homo lS.OUO muKs of I
nitrate for local use.
The Stella del Mare wns sighted off
Diamond Head larly this morning mid I
was towed Into the harbor by the In- i
Irepld, the quarantine flag still lb Mil; j
from her topmast, mid was moored
alongside the railroad dock. The ipies-
HERE ARE TWO OF THEM.
The woman is pleased because her ice bill is now cut in two and she
never has to worry about the condition of her food. The little boy is
happy he is going to get somethingnicc and fresh to eat.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
many of us cannot afford but we all can afford
And there is more real luxury to be gotten out of the lat
ter. Once you start to use elcctrio lights, you can't get along
without them. Your only regret will be that you didn't start
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KING AND ALAKEA GTS
opinion of the Court wns handed down
the next day.
All this Is n source of much gratifi
cation not only to the lawyers, but
even moie to their clients. The court
is keeping Its tateiid.ir clear and thcioHans,
l'i no ai cumulation or inses that nu
liable to drag on for mouth J and
PASSINO Till: I1IICU
The Circuit Court of this dlstilcl has
of lave developed the habit of pjsslni;
,-omc or us Knotty problems up to the
Supiemc Court without making any ef-
loi t to decide them. This Is one way
i)f gunrdlng against being overruled
Hut In Justice to I lie Circuit Judges.
It must lie stated that that is not thtli-
reason for passing such (lucstlous
along. In reserving the iiiiesllon as
lo the constitutionality of the Sunday
law to the .Supreme Courl. In (he .Ion
Clark matter jeHerday. Judge Itobln-
ton stnted that his reason for wishing
to get n decision from tho Supremo
Courl wuh that If he himself should
reel called iism In decide against the
ptnscciitlon In the matter, the Terri
tory would have absolutely no appeal,
(hern being no right of appeal for thu
lUosecutgn In criminal cases. It the
(lecithin, Involved only tho caso on
trial, ho K.ild, ho would bnvo no hesi
tation In deciding' the question. Hut In
view or I lie fact. (hut tijsm Ilia decision
depended .".0 or 4(1 other uses. Im fell
it best to let tlin Supreme Court dcildc
J ne miittei.
Another thine, that may be wild In
favor of Manning momentous questions
lip to tho Supreme Couit is that such
prnccdurcifsifiillyl saves considerable
lime, in hiicIi a v'nso as that of Joj
.Clark, for instance, If the Circuit Judge
mould iieeiiio n.atust the defendant,
und tho latter wcro to lake an iippe.il
10 tno .supremo court, the mocediiro
would Involve uuit-lilenililc ilclnj, and
wouiii lie mora expensive for the ili
fendnnt, as well. Wlicro tho trial U
merely suspended until tho higher
court ran answer tho icserved question,
mere is nine lime needed and little, If
any, lidded expanse cither to the de
fendant or to the Teirllory. This was
exemplified In the Ciavvford mattci. In
which ii ouestloii wan reserved to the
ftuprciiin Pom i a few daa ago. The
trial or the inn Imply tmsnended
pending the unswer of tho Supreme.
Court to this question, and the answer
came down today. The uimi can now
be taken up where it was diopped,
without any added legal btcpa.
Tilt: UIIIEK HABIT.) i.
A nutter which is arwulug more nr
Icbs comment aniong the, legal, frater
nity, and most of It of an unfavorable,
of somewhat amused, nature, is thu
habit tho Circuit Judges seem to have
fallen Into of demanding that the at
torney for each sldo in many of tho
i uses that omo beforo them Mo briefs.
This Is a new wrinkle, for tho most
p.irt. (lencnilly a Circuit Judge Is con
tent to havn a mutter presented to him
orally, and rorms his Judgment from
tho oratorical efforts of the attorneys
perhaps, from tho notes ho him
teir makes of tho cube, and from tho
I lint tho Supicmo Court alwajs dc
iiiands briefs on tho cases upon which
it passes, mid tho Circuit Courts seem
to huvo tome to tho conclusion that
what Is good foi I ho S. I. Is good for
them. So now tho attorneys uro no
longer allowed' to confine tholr efforts
lo appearing In court and going
through oratorical stunts calculated to
liupreba their clients and tho public.
ii not ma court. They huvo to tot
Idown to business und prepam labored
liters, 'that la work, and consequent!)
thero Is much quiet kicking. Uut the
bilefa aro forthcoming. Just tho same.
'ml when the Kte fa del Mnre left Sim
was then towed to tho new qii.truiilinc
wharf. The crew of the Stella del Mare with
(he exception of one. boy arc nil Hal-
he captain and main looking lar ,
liom spruce after (heir long Irlp dur-'
Ing which they vuculintcrcd vcrj light I
GREAT PROGRESS '
IN WAILUKU MILL'
At the annual meeting of (he Wul
In kit Sugar Co., which was held this
forenoon In tho ofllccs of llrcwer V
Co., tlie manager's report Bhowed n
lecord of expansion of the estate'
which was worthy of note. Dining
the past two )cnrs no less than J700,-
000 woilU. of .UllprQKUicnts have
been Installed jou,UtCaJrqper.lyll,
Thctm Ineliidn the new mill, which
Is grinding "tho'YWscrit crop.l.inif Is'
reported to be working well, and the
new W'alheo 'illt'eh. which will bo
i'... . ... ...
cnmpicicM in niium two inonius. j
Tho manager reported that tin '
crop for 1907 was estimated at 9,0(10 J
tons. This would h tKn.from 1,
fl60 acres. During tlio next few year?
tho crops would he greatly Increased,
as tho plantation would be enabled
by means 'of tho new ditch and mill
to tnko euro of n much larger area
thnn formerly", 'so that n crop 'of IT!,
000 tons Is" rigiircd'for In two'Yean
Tho old board of oMUeis wuh re
A special corrrspondent of the At
lanta (Gil.) Constitution, wilting from
Washington to bis home paper of that
State, wiilch Stntu Is In thu throes of
tho labor question similar to Hawaii,
quotes Krnnk V. Sargent, Immigration
commissioner of the Department of
Commerce and Labor as giving out
certain rules and legulations to be fol
lowed Implicitly bj Georgia and otlirr
fkinthern Slates, whereby they may In
luco laborers (o entei As a best plan
to that end Sargent advises that by
act of the Kioto Leglslatuio a Stato de
partment of Immigration bo created.
Ila refers these Southern States to Ha
waii hs follows:
"The Immigration act passed by thu
Legislature of Hawaii Is held by th
department lo contain piovlslons that
might bo piofllably Incorporated In
similar measures lutiodiired In other
state legislatures. While not declar
ing that It Is an ideal law nil Its provi
sions aro In entire accord with 1'cdoral
statutes on the subject "
Mr. Sargent claims that the Hawaii
act Is a very good one
i !, , o, r,
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuinu Street, ner Hotel,
have opened honeahoc
Intj department In conntC'
tlon with their carrlig.
(hep, etc. Having lecur
Ml the aervleee of a flr.t
elaaa ahoer thay are pr
pared to do all work In
truded to them In a Drat
data manner, ;; ii ;i :;
The following freight arrived on tho
Mauim Lou this morning: :io head cat
lie, 1 row. l cnir, I sheep, l donkey, I
hoibes, 7 hogs, 1 crates pigs, 4 crates
chickens, I'.iS bags coffee, 98 bags beans,
113 bags taio, 7 bags ginger, 47 bun
dles hides, 19 boxes oranges, L'i bar
lels oranges, C barrels dried fish, 5
boxes or dried fish, :t9 bum lies bananas,
13 kegs butter and 199 packages of sundries.
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished br, cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble, Near ear line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$16. per m.
74 S. KINO 3T.
Oahu Canton Nn. I, Uniform Rank,
I, O O. K, held a ver pretty ceremony
nl their lodge rooms last night. Tho
occasion was tlfo pickcntlug of the dec
oration of chivalry lo Mrs. M T Sim
uuton, a member of Ollvo Urnuch of
tho Hcbckah Lodge.
Tho Canton, In full iiuifoim, com
manded by Captain Paul Smith, partic
ipated in tho ccicmony.
II. T. Moore, tho newly elected com
mander, was introduced to tho assemb
lage directly after tho decoration core
1110115' Commander Mooo will bo In
An excellent musical program and
dancing on the loot gaideu ended a
most enjoyable evening
i i .
The new launch which arrived je3
terday for Mrs, S C Allen vas given
her trial trip jesterday by Clarence
Macturluue, who ordered tho boat from
Swanbou of Helvlderc, while, ho was
on tho Const -preparing for tho race
with tho Lurllno und Anemone. IJv
cr thing on board worked In a most
biitlsfuctory manner und it speed of
about nlno miles per hour was main
tained (luting tho trip out of the har
bor and dtouud the bull luoj
MADE ON A PROFIT OF BUT 15v PER CENT
An Open Letter
FROM THE MAXWELL-BRISCOE MOTOR COMPANY.
TO AUTOMOBILE BUYERS:
You've said yourself and heard others sny "I'll buy an automobile when prices arc reason
able." Well then, bu now. For we are selling Maxwell automobiles on as close a margin
and as small a profit as any other manufacturing business. We would open our books to you
with perfect frankness to show the actual cost of manufacturing, the cost of material, of our
labor and would prove that the profit to us on Maxwell cars is less than 16 per cent., and,
knowing this, yon will agree that we have brought the era of legitimate prices.
At the time of organization, one question to decide was, what would be our policy. First,
would we make cheaper priced cars corresponding in power, in size and in design to those
made by existing companies, selling them at n legitimate profit and at a price from $200 to $300
less, or should we build cars with the "stuff" in them, making them $200 or $300 better I
That is, costing us $200 to $300 more, but selling them at the same price ? We decided on
this latter policy, the result of which has been that with ar existence of a little over two years,
the Maxwell sales are second largest in America, and the Maxwell is considered among popular-priced
cars as the standard by which all others are judged.
We can build chetper automobiles, we can use cheaper materials, we can economize in la
bor, we can build car.', for instance, to sell at $500, yes, even for $300. Some carriage makers
make $19 buggies, some piano makers make $100 pianos, but they arc not Brewster buggies,
they arc not Stein way pianos. No more arc cheap cars Maxwells. Tho difference lies in
quality. ' 7
The Maxwell Runabout at $825, the Maxwell Touring Car at $1,450, and the Maxwell Car
Dc .Luxe at $3,000 arc the best automobile values in the market today for the money.
These, Mr. Reader, arc facts. Frankly, we arc at a loss to understand why men still buy
automobiles with the engine under the body, with the singk chnin-drivc, with wooden bodies.
Such buyers consider first cost only, they forget the cost of maintenance. The- "pass up" sim
plicity, reliability and comfort.
You want proof. Ask n Maxwell owner, ask one who Ins driven his car thousands of miles
with practically no "up keep," no cost of maintcunnrc. Ask the man of the family, for the
Maxwell is preeminently the "American Family Car." Remember that out of what you spend
for a Maxwell, as small a portion represents the profits made as in any standard article you buy.
MAXWELL-BRISCOE MOTOR COMPANY,
Tarrylown, N. Y.
THE FIRST SHIPMENT OF THE FAMOUS MAXWELL CARS HAS JUST ARRIVED.
INSPECTION IS INVITED AT THE OARAGE. .V;73I11 .
The Von Hamm-Young Co.,
ll n -r
Use Carnation Cream with your
cereal and -a " re h your
self for not having done su be
fore. Its richness is such that it
can be reduced one-half without
lessening its rarely delicious fla
is always uniform in quality. The
product ol hercK of health), content
t (I cows. Ev.iKjrateI and sterilised,
it is absolutely germ ntul bacteria
Irce. You will find it a perfect
shortening, far preferable to cooking
butter or laid.
Dovoullkr CifiMl UikWnr M.V.f llntxtlhne
with cirnjll'in erf m ni itijik niw uiorr h i
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
Corset Covers Come
Time lias elapied since ordering them but they are equal to r
pect.itlonn 1 1 daintiness and quality.
The c i -rs are spring, styles, substantially maris anil so daintily
trimmed '..in they will Increase the pretty effect of any shirt waist,
on any wearer.
The sizes Include all measurements, and the prices are:
15c, CSc, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
Your Inspection is solicited.
NUUANU betw. HOTEL and KINO STRCCTO.
BULLCTIr'. AD8. PAY
. . t . . ,
M 0 Last Saturday was the biggest
ilH gw meat day we have had in months. Wo
H ate going to have another one tomor-
T qF row. You cannot get such meat any
where at the price. Saturday only
Bcrctania, Alakca and Union.
! ( ..
In hot weather
I ride Mark
"d be crjol
in hot weather depend! on what you
wear next to your skin. Automobile
rides, electric fans, cold drinks, won't
make you forget the disromfort of
warm, close-fitting garments. Sub
stitute 8.V.D. UNDERWEAR
AND BE HAPPY.
Accept no imiuu'on, wo tell the orijinil.
(IdentifiedbyB.V.D. red woven label) iy
A complele selection of all tizes and
styles (or sale by us.
COR. MERCHANT AND FORT STS.