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HLABORATI; SI'RINfi SHOWING
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Here arc cry ntlrnctivc Creation nt low jnicci:
SWELL EASTER HATS
Every oiie a stilish and bccominR Model. HO TWO
ALIKE, and all liandiomelv trimmed in the New
Styles, und MODERATELY PRICED.
NEW STREET HATS
Our Sample Line of Untrimmcd Hati arc here;
hundreds of them, and no two alike; all samples;
they Just arrived from the Fashfon Center, New York.
They embrace all the new Shapes, for Sntinj; and
Milam, Leghorns. Tuscans, Chip and Hair Braids,
in natural Straw, White and Black.
CW WE WOULD ADVISE I'LACINQ YOUR OR
THE MOST STYLISH TAILOR MADE, AND BEST
Styles tor 1907 Now Here
AT 1.25 Made of White Lawn, plaited and
hemstitched front, long and short
AT 1.50 Made of fine Lawn, plaited fronts,
with embroidery strips of Inser
tion, short sleeves.
AT 1.75 Made of Tnncy Madras, plaited front,
and hem-stitched, tailored effect.
AT $22.75 Made of fine Fancy Madras, plaited
front, hem stitched, tailor made.
AT 2.75 made of Fine Linen, plaited front,
hem-stitched, negligee collar, tai
STRING TIED TO $400,000
APPROPRIATED BY CONGRESS
FOR THE HIL0 BREAKWATER
How Many Perfectly Well Women.
Do You Know?
Hie nptHoprliillon made bt Con k. , ..inmcncc wott In uminl In
I Rices for the Imprnicmeiit if lillu tin Hllo wik not "" '"' be done
'IIhiImm- M made -wllh a siting to It. till hip liKirt tif t ' hn-r of digi
ts wnn shown li) the tout of the ait, ncei- Inn been wn in
Itthlth inrhcd hero on the Nrlirai-i n" lexl f "" '" se
I km X-stcrday. While the amount ot limi ol tle nppn munlou lilll fui
i money In appropriated In the same. Honolulu Bin) Ml" unboni l an fol
I terms as In all oilier row, It bus Ion
It'll added minim llml no tmrl ot tlio' ImiiiovliiK Honolulu Harbor. Ha
appropriation shall lie expended tin- ll CoutlniiliiK itnnroveBMiil and
III rt' i ot till 1111
llllo llinli. I llllW.ill.
Hllli llic pniji'i i mi
mltloil Hi House Document Niiini
nl 7 '.nli i on teres, second -dun
f ;miiiiiiii 1'rovtdcd, Thai il
RiMivlm't uf VVnr lint) filler Into .1
ton It act or contracts for eucJl H)h'
rial and wotk as may be dkwi
to prosecute Mid project to an j
amount not exceeding In the aggro-
I ill Hie Chief of Engineers shall da- fr maintenance, n. cording to tlio j site 200,00(l, to be p6td for as ap-'
(ermine that Hie rommciclat benchl ieKirt submitted In House Document' proprlatlona mar from time to time:
accruing from such cxpenilltiiro will Nunibciod 332. 8!l Congress, eec-jlic made l law, In addition to the,
warrant the same ' nil session, 20o.OCK Provided that amounts herein appropriated. t'ro-
1 The money for the Honolulu up-' contract or contra ts may bo enter- J tided, further, thai modification!! In,
'ploprlntloii Is Immcdliiloly available ',eil Into by Hie Beer lui) of War for enid plan mn be made, In tlio dtscro-j
1 11111I the work should commence un-. kucIi materials and work n innjr l)fl Hon of the Secretary of War and thall
ilor the new appropriation by Bcpl. necesenry lo prosecute said project, no part of Mid Appropriation or au-l
1 Cap! Otwell will forwnrd hi pio- in be paid for as appropriations may tliorlr.Rllim shall bo expended unless
!cl to Washington for approval undifiom time lo time .c made by law. Hie Chief of liliKlnoera. upon further,
'then send 011 the spe Hlrutlons. Illils, to 1111 amount not cn-edlng In the luvcstlgitloii. shall ilelerinlno that
MliTORACC t MILLER MRsw. S.rORD
ORACC C MILL
1 will then lie called for and nflcr the
1 outrun hits been awarded at least
thirty dn)H will be allowed In which
..ggregale $200,000, exclusive of tlio lommen tal bencllts accruing from
i.moiiuts herein un hetetofoie up- such expenilltuie will warrant the
pioptluted nunc 1
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Gives you a chance to make your Easter purchases cheap.
This week there will be a big slaughter In prices of
White Dress Goods and Ginghams
NEW PAT. A. F. C. GINGHAM Be yd.
ALL OTHER GINGHAM 7 1-2c yd.
1005-1000-1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KING STREET.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pck, haul and ship yout
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE 700D, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kine St. Phone Main f8
(Continued from Page 1)
a month If nnybod) brings in a bill
lo pension such men, I will not op
"I don't Miippore there Is one teach
er out of ever) GO who would tome
In under this pension bill. I don't
know of any unless it Is Mr. Scott,
ml I don't HiipiHise he would want
to throw up his position ns principal
of the HIkIi School to Kcl a pension.
'This bill Is bahed on piecedelit.
We have taken iar of others who
hae worked for the Kod of the
loutilr), and I thlnlt It Is lit that wo
should look out fur the teachers."
Kaleo thought the bill might bo n
Kood one, hut was afraid It might ere
alu some favoritism, as the lucmberH
1 of tlio Hoard of l-Mucatlou might
fin o:- their friends In reguid to the
time limit. Ilu said lie did not be-
llee the bill piovldes eipial rights
lo all. As It Is, Hie. Hoard of IMuca
Hon has a perfect right to discharge
1110 school teacher for cause and, of
loursc, In that Instant u his pay
leases. "If. he said, "we were to
pass tlio bill it would shut out In the
future more alile and competent
Icachcrs from serving- under tliu
Hoard, as the compensation would
bu decreased by means of this pio
vlslou."' KAI.KIOI'U HNTIH1SIA8TIC '
Ivalelopu was enthusiastic In sup
port of the measuie. "The school
liachers," he said, "nro devoting all
Iholr energy to tlio bringing up of
our chllilieu as good citizens, on
whom the life of the lend depends.
We would not have reached our own
present cmlncme If It had not boon
for Hie teachers. As It Is, some of
us are making as much as S20U or
JlT.O a mouth. It seems right, then
Unit the Legislature should provide.
for the teachers. Wo will bo tiiilobt
ed to these leathers all our I Inch.
"They are only asking for 2 1-2
per cent, of the school tax, and I do
not think 1111)0110 should have any
doubts as to the Justko of tlio measuie.
"When I left tlio Itoyiil School
MIhh llrlckuood was a teacher there
.She has been there for ubout thirty
years. .Mr, Macintosh ha also bean
there many yeair. It Is only right
to provide a pension for these tench
ors after tholr days of scrvlcu are
over. 1 ask )ou all to support the
UK'i: ASKS HHI,AY
Hlco spoke again. "This Is called
i' pc.islon act," he said, "but it Is
lather a mutual benellt net. M0.1t
of the inonoy will come from tlio
ttnchcis. Only about 2,r,U0 Is to
nine from tlio Territory. I think
we ought to play fair with the teach
ins. Walt until we have given them
their salaries before wo ask them to
out 1 Unite to this fund. I ask that
we defer net Ion on this bill until
April i. Then we will know wheth
er the teachei'H can afford to routrlb
ulo to this fund out of what we glvs
I'AM'S KANAKA TltKHS.
I'all In support of Kice's motion,
said that Ihls III la like 11 banann tiee,
bearing a laige and fat bunch on the
top of the tree. The wind Is blowing
nud in a short while this baniiuu tiee
will fall If not supported well, Ha
moved Ihereforo to defer action until
Kaleo spoke on the measure again,
ftipporllng Itlce'H motion to dsfer ue-
1I011 until April I. auditor of the loiint) who expressed
HI tlllHS Ht'l'I'OKTh JIIM his deilrc of Issuing a warrant hut the
IIiikIips was not sur whether his In- InterfPrenie of Hie fount) Attoriu
tellut was duller Han usual this preveuliil lilin riom dolna so .Moann-.
ipoiiiliig or whether t was because It "II further wild Hint the claimants per-
wa pin da), but In was unable, he formed iheli duties and uinii) of those
Mild to make ;inthlm out of nil tlio whom Hip) arrested were lined ami I
uri'umenls pro and till. (convicted
"The Honorable (eiiileiiian fini.i ' ithwiina sain mat Hiitrin luwantii
Knnnl sa) this Is a ssid bill. If It Is. of Hawaii Imd. ttinsiilled him 011 this
win not pass It, whet icr it Is 11 sop to proposition, hut slated that those
tlio tenrliers or not? cm Illinois snou 111 nave urtiilKin a iiiuii-
"llie Honorable ucttlciuan from tliu dainus pnioedlliR to compel the aud-
Flflli lllstrltl thinks the teachers are nor or tlie tminiv to issue warrants ior
Hie onl) jieople mid c ought lo get the proper perforuuilite of their dii-
ilown on our knees ti them. Hos. "We iliould be er) tarefnl t"
"1 believe that crr; uiiiu Is a factor how to oto on this bill." he said 'as
in the life or the lutHn. and the mun our approval of the passage of till.,
who rnliesn family oight to beequall) hill would open pi credence for oilier'
favoreil Willi nnv otlitr man. 1 hellntit to follow up with other claims. Ilaw-
tluit the time will nine when omy ''" In favor of puylng those si
.; i, '' r,1ir
A Choice Roast
Pleases every one, Wc
,. that kind at lGc ncr lb,
xicubcs evL'iy uue, wo umi pitniu juu uj luiuisuiii juu
Beretiinia, Alakca And Union.
1st mortgage loans on Real Estate
are the safest and nest-paying in
Your money promptly invested at
nrevalllng Highest rates without trou
Lie to you and tree ot charge,
Consult me at once; my long ex
perience is nt your service.
P. E, R. Strauch
old man will he pcusoned
"1 think this bill wll bo vetoed. een
If It Is passed. If wi can't afford to
pav the luborliie nici $1. .',), how tan
we pa) pension!. I (link It Is u good
Mil, and I am Milnf to supisirt It, eeu
11 It Is M'toed."
1.0N(1 C'LOSKS dhiiati:.
I'all, as usual, eut short debate !i
moving the prpvlous fupslluu. lm;'
pxciclsed his privilege, us lutrodiicsi'
nf the hill, by mnklig the coiicludlim
rpeech. He rend, the report of Super
intendent Ilalibltt. re(iiiimendliig that
swot pnivisluu bu made to pioent
teachciH who luie served the publli!
long and fiilthfull), from becoming ob
jects of charlt) He ulso limited the
Uoternor's mess,ige, approvlilg t It
plan, and read a list of tlio teitchers
who would become eligible to this ra
tircmcus fund, as follows: .IS )e.irs ot
senlce. Miss liiiulsu llrlckwood; 3ii
)ears of servlie, 1'iliicljial A. Mcin
tosh, 32 years of service, 11. Dicken
son, now tlead: 27 )cnrs of service, T.
K. Atiialu and Mrs. Amain and Mlhs
Alice West; 20 )eais of service, 1'iof
cssor M. M. Scott and W. O. Ctook.
"Mr Speaker," said l.ong, "I claim
that everyone In that list is entitled to
somo consideration by the gn eminent,
by tho people, by every falher and
nioilitr of the children they bine in
btruited. They should be allotted lo
1 11 Joy tho iiilvnntngcH ot this pension
Kind feeling Hint they have the right
lo It; that the) hau- earned It.
"This bill Is one worth) of pastagc
by the Legislature. I ask the num
bers of this Home lo do Justice to this
Tho motion to stioue to April I
wan put and rairled.
MIIDICAI. IKSI'KCTIOK IIII.U
Kalclnpu's hill, House Hill ll'.l, pro
viding for meilltal luspeclorH for the
schisils, arouse a lively discussion. The
Terrible word "leper" wns used by
Kaiilho ns a club with whlrh to try lo
l-rlng his fellow members to his own
way of thinking and Induce them to
kill tho bill Kaullio moed to polt
roon the bill Indefinitely, und In sub
stance snld that tho prenent law re
tinites the (iowiumcnt jdoslelau to
Inspect school rhlldreu once In two
)eats. "In ill) opinion," said Kanlho,
"If this hill became a law. It would
enlarge unit dcudop the authority ot
the physician to do whatever he wishes
towards making tho school children
"The Health Committee In talking
over this bill with me," said Kaullio,
"said that the examination of u school
pupil, born with bent shoulders and
crooked e)cs. would not alter his con
dition whatever. What Cod had muds
mun rnu not change or alter by any
human skill "
KAKIHO'B HKAcTll'T!. SIT.HCH
Kaleo null lliut he had been coin cit
ed from his former position after lis
tening to a beautiful speech made by
Kanlho He lliereloie supportcti inn
motion to Hst.onn Indefinitely
Kalelonu In siipixirt of his hilt said
that he has a son und would not In-
tiodueo 11 bill detrimental to Hie health
of his or any other's child. The law in
simply to examine school chllilieu as
10 Ihelr health and ph)slcal condition
and not lo examine or llml out w hither
Hie thlldicn are leoer suspects.
I'all moved the pretlous iiiestlou
The bill imsh'iI tlilid lending, 11) es
IS, noes 1!). and 2 absent.
MoauauU'i, iiicusnie, House Hill 12G.
provlilliiR for UIiik Hie lluwall 101111
ly police olllieis nlio fnlltil to get
their mime) foi the lime they serted
under the flrsi nbortlve Ctiutii A-1
was another sulijen of considerable In ,
terest lo some 01 the menibeis
HawlliiH iikIumI 1 In' llltloilueer Mo
iinniill, wlni In 1 the utile els li.n
lliloiiBli maiiiliiuii proeeeillni: umi
lo rompel 111. llwaul of Hlipcivl
the county ol Hawaii, to
lliemen but moved 10 defer action un
til loumrrow to eiinblo the members 10
tudy !t mole caicfull). Carried
COl ItT (II' I.ANI ItlUHSTItATKlN.
Senate Dili IS, relating to appeals
fiom the Court ol Uiiiu registration
and oilier preeeduie f.nic-.i, came up
for tblnl reading and Itnwniin moni
lis pnsngc. The result of tho tote was
27 me mid 3 noes,
itawllns Introduced a bill lelatlug
to the uielhoil of mniklng ballots
Coney Introduced 11 bill illsipinlKt
intr (ioeruiueiil Olllclals and cuiplo)es
in case of lion-payment of taxes.
Kalelopu Introiliiced u bill lelatlng
to the tale per cent for luxation. A!
ot them liaised first reading.
The Conference Committee of both
lliiiiMi'Hjni Senate Hill Pi, providing fot
witness fees In irlintunl tascs, retried
Hint the) had agrceil oil putlog wit
nesses one dollar per day ami twcut
tents a tulle for each ."Mil cer actual
wotklng tint Sheldon of the Confer
tnee Coiumlileo did not couciir
The Speaker's ta'de being clear of
all buidnt-ui. t'i'e IIihikc look 11 riccs.n
until 2 p in 011 nun Ion of I'all
"I am not feellntr very well " '
nin i ncrvoiift It imm-111 n tleMiifh
khoiihlllt- ' ' My baek ucln-i as though
11 would break. '
How often do you hear these signi
ficant expresitinin from iv o in e 11
friciiiU. More than likely you speak
tin- same words yourself, and thuro
Is a came.
More than thirty years ago Iydla
II. I'lnklmmof Lynn. Mais, discovered
the source of nearly all the MilTerlnir
endured by her sex "Woman's ills. '
thew two words are full of more
mWcrv lo women than any othertwo
wonts that can be found In the
r.uglUh language. Sudden fiilnllng,
tleprcsnlon of spirits, reluctance to
co anywhere, backache, licndachci.
nervoiinneis, sleeplessness. iM-urlng-down
senwtlons. dlnnlaccmciits nud
Irregulorltiei oro the bane of woman s
Tho same woman who discovered
the cause of nil this misery also
discovered n remedy. Lydla E. I'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound made
from nntlvo rtsits nud herbt holds
the record for 11 greater iiumlH-r of
iilivilute cures of female Ills than nnv
other one remedy tlio world bus ever
known and Ills tint greatest blessing
which crer came Into tho lives of
Don't trv to endure, but cum the
cause of nil your suffering. Hvdla I..
I'lnklmin's Vegetable Compound nt
once removes such troubles. The
following- letters provo this -.
Mrs W. H. l'ord of IMS t.ansdowne
St. llHltlmore. Md. writes :
ltanr Mrs l'lnklisiii.
' Kor four yir myllfs wos.i mlry to
ln& 1 surTwi-l from ImHtulsrlthsi, m
jnsiwliin. trrlll drnKRlnif tnmom ahd
ectrwiK! iwwm-si. 1 bs'lK'"' "P all
h.iw of l-li H oln wkn Lylte
V.. llnkhstn'a ttotlil l!uinMiil ws
reouiiniiill It iiml my ttKikiims slut
mad" ui" tiell oikI Mumx; "
Miss tlraee 1'. Miller, of 1213 MIclll
Kan hi.. Jluffalo. X. V. writes:
l)ir Mrs. rinblstin .
"I nu In n rerr Iwd rendition of health
gwirrnllt . Irritable, rri. Imckncb" slid
uiriTKl from a frmlnliio wraLtwM I.ydls
I) l'lnklmiii" Vrgotslilo Ciiinuiiiiil, eiirnl
mo nftrr all other iii-llrlnes hail failed."
What Ltdiu K. l'lnkhnm s Wire-
table Compound did for Mrs. Kord nnil
Miss Miller It trill do for other women
in like condition. Kvery sulTcrlne
woman in the United States is nuked
t accept the following- invitation. It
in free, will hrlntryou health and may
mho jour life.
Mrs. Plnkham's Intltallon to Women
Women mi (To rl nc from any form of
female weakness nro luvlud to
promptly eommunlcato with Mrs,
I'inkliam, at Lynn. Muss I'rom tho
sMiiptoms trtveu, the trouble may Ik
bn'uted mid the (pilchcst nnd surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
tas't volume of exerleuce In tn-utlnif
female ills Mrs. I'inkliam probablv
has the vcrv knowledge unit will
help tour c.ike. Her advtcu Is frca
ami always helpful.
SIX YOUMG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAVAII THIS 3UMMCH
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURTSY OF THE
I Golden Results Come
From This Rlour
FLASH 1 n OIL
The House Committee on llriiltb and
l'ollce held 11 meeting last night. Tim
storage and sale of oils, falheied l
Hoiipo Hill 107, as given an otillng
Hash tests oiiuplcd the entire lime
I. I' Cook", ttho rcpiesciitc'il tin'
consiiuiurs, was in favor of the prcm'tit
"Hash" law of 100 degrees test. Mr
(uriey. of the underwriters
nietit, tailed for a 110 degree I
lain Miller, of the I'acllle Oil
pnrtatlon C0111p.ni) asked for 150. and
tho I'uloii Oil Company, leprrseiitcd
by Van Valkeuliiirg, held out for the
Hollotvay sent n letter which sug
gested 110 degrees lest.
Die lonunltli" look the whole suh-
Ject under iuIvIm meut.
v. k:iii onus 1
k- t - y
The choicest wheat Is used In Its
manufacture. And it makes the mott
nourishing bread, and the finest pas
try. Give your grocer an order.
3 ii ! H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
T'nn-- 5 Wholestile Ajjents
llluuk books of nil borts, leilgers,
etc iiinnufaetureil by the nulletlu l'ub
. I MS
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
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The Shirt That
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We have just received a large supply of these dressy shirts.
The very latest spring styles arc represented In the beautiful
assortment of patterns dett, checks, and stripes.
Skillful, artistic designing, and fine materials give the "Man
hattan" a superior place among shirts. And their value Is fur
ther enhanced by their excludveneis.
ONLY A FEW OF EACH PATTERN IN STOCK.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
HADERDASHLR AND CLOTHIER
TORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
Moanaull In lenlt said that
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 71 S. King St.
was the oul uc lo approached l