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New Spring Models
.Iut opened; tin prettiest nml itio-1 MIMi C ihIiIiiih
i Inn if fliuwn thin ji'nr, In
Silk and Wash Suits
While, I'ink nml l.lejit llliif, in braided, embroidered
nml Incc effect".
Etons, Coat and Shirt Waist Suits
lloeriptinn U utmost impossible. Von wnnt to como nml
At $1-1. 50 Slyliidi Klmi Sull, white, pink nml light,
.blue, niudonf film Kcp, .Skill, nml .Ineket. handsomely
hmiili'il in putty design.
At ?2:j.50 Klcgiuit SiiiI, made of Whilo Linen, ('out
braided nml Inco trimmed, stylish .skirl, braided in pretty
At S?a5.00nninlniK. .Models in While, Pink nml Light
lilne, iiindo of good (jiiiilily linen, xkirt nml cont hand
"" h' braided, very new nml novel.
At 20.50 Klcgniit Klon Suit, of fine while linen,
ducket braided nml lnee Iriinnied, Skirt very prettily
braided nml nlo Inec-trimmed.
At 92-I.50 Whiti. Silk Shirt Wnist Suits All lnro
,okc, diort fdeeves, skin handsomely triinuied with Vnl.
luce nml Insertion.
A (IK HAT ,UAXV .MOltK, ami KVEKY OXK n Clem.
White Linen Coats
VKKV LATKST STVLKS, Just A Pew Of Then.
At $12.00 Whit,, Linen Cent, II-1 length, hrnided bnek
mid front, slim I nk-oves, very Htylish.
At $18.00- Klegant While Linen (Mat, handsomely
trimmed, hrnided in patty designs :iud uppliipio work;
Two Special Values
DEMI-FLOUNCE EMBROIDERY, 16 Inehea wide, a variety of new
patternt, 65c value, special at qqa yd.
Another lot, EMBROIDERY WORK, 4 to 4 1-2 Inches wide, a doz
en aincrent patterns to select
N. S. SACHS DRY
Si Rfl Turkish Bath and CI CI.
OhJU Sleeping: Apartment oliOU
At Hotel Baths
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Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Bfick Warehouse, 126 King St. Pnone Malnf.8
: A Choice Roast :
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60 per lb.
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from, 25c value, special at
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The House-Wife Tells Her
Friends And The Good News
Spreads Around. This sells the
All users of this refrigera
tor are delighted with the fine
condition in which food is al
ways kept. And naturally tell
about it. Every "LEONARD"
we sell means the sale of
three or four more in the near
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IS BEINS MADE AMONG
NATIVE HAWAIIAN READERS
Public Letter Signed by Qunck Tltnt
Is Sjnead Abroad to Arouse
the Credulous Ha-
Tin- oxtenl lo which Hie J
iimn clnlnm In shown from the fol
IiiwIiik tniiislatlun uf what wiw nrlm.
cil Inst week In tlio Aluha Ainu. It
ninicars certain that W'nllach - ho
of the female rocks unci the worm
Hint (in us -hns Knlucil a stronu hold
on many of the Hawaiian.
The man who drought the letter
lo the Ilulletlu Is neither Ignorant
l.or a fool, hut he Indicated that he
had been thoroughly hypnotized by
tho fake, and unfortunately there uio
others like him.
Another Rcutleman said that the
gratifying thing about tho situation
Is that there nr so ninny leaders of
good seime among the llawallans who
uro ready to biaud the Wnllath prop
osmuii for wlmt It Is worth, and aro
doing their best to prevent the na
tlves rrom being misled. The Wal
lach letter with all Its despicable
charges, hut ohWously not written
hy him, follows
OI'K.V LKTTHIt TO TIIK HAWAIIAN
lly J. Lor Wallach
Iisnr rrlends: This Is the last
time I will nddrcHH ou, an u R m
pOHsiblo for me to loiiKer withstand
the nntaKonlsui I am meetlnK with
riom the authorities here in Hono
lulu. I consider I have made a brave
light and a clean one for the hIiikIo
puriKise of demonstrating what I can
do with my Discovery, hut Tor some
unaccountable reason, It Is till to 110
I have offered repeatedly to cure
twelvo of tho worst cases of Leprosy
at Moloknl, at my own expense, but
hne met with resistance on every
bund and been denied (be privilege of
demonstrating the ellleleney or my
You XnthcH know what I have ac
complished hern among onr Unco
during my residence of two )cars,
and know that I have prevented sev
eral poor unfortunate human beings
going to Moloknl and enabled them to
live with their families anil friends
In peace and harmony and without
the stigma nttached to lepers. What
lownrd have I recuUed fop all thlsT I
bavu been lliiown in Jail and lined
$2Ull,uu; my laboratory Iiuh been bro
ken Into and pilfered and my medi
cine stolen, Just prior to the last
election my laboratory was again bro
ken Into and over tfiOO.OO worth of
my unfinished medicine stolen. In
this connection I would like to relate
u rather peculiar Incident. At the
time of this robbery my Laboratory
contained several articles of intrinsic
value, among which was my gold
watch and chain, which I had forgot
ten and left In plain view on thu ta
ble; In the morning when I went Into
the 100m my watch anil the other val
uable articles were undisturbed, )ct
all my medicine was gone 1 will ask
)ou was this the work of a common
thief? I would further statu that I
nm morally certain who was thu Insti
gator of tills.
I now have n Petition before the
Legislature of this Territory which
provides that I may be allowed to go
to Moloknl unci that a few of the un
lortunatcs there be placed under my
caro so that I may show to tho Au
thorities that my claim Is not un
founded; If this measure falls of pas-
Migo 1 then must cease my labor In
this direction, with -the satisfaction
of knowing, however, that I have
done my duty.
Is there any valid reason why
these pcoplo at Molokai should exist
In the state they do, with swelling
tara and limbs, minus nails, Joints
and hair, and with bad sores nnd
spots on their bodies? Is not this n
mlscrnblo existence Indeed? Think
of what fears they might have of dy
ing and facing their Creator In iuch
Why should It bo necessary to
drlvii away from jour shores a man
who can relieve all this distress? I
would surely leave this country with
n broken heart to know that there nro
hundreds of human beings suffering
nt Moloknl who might all bo cured
nnd restored to their families and
friends If the proper action were tak
en. However, 1 thank God that I
havo helped over 105 unfortunates
befoie I was placed behind the prb-
1st mortgage loans on Real Estate
are the safest and best-paying in
vestments. Your money promptly invested at
prevailing highest rates without trou
lie to you and free of charge.
consult me at once; my long ex
perience is at your service.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King St.
on iwm nnd mum- of tliw md tutrs
of ovir it, )esit tnndlng.
I!vm the Newspnperi Attack tnn for
innrnson whatever the "Aihrrtlsrr (
nnd "Ihillelln" trying to bellltl in-
before Ilia I'ubllc. '
I earnestly hope thai the i.rglsln
tun' In Its wisdom will grant mn the
ptMlego I ink, lias nti)onn so far I
helped these" pcop.leT lae they tiled'
to line or It-lli-tii them' No. nml
when I lomn forward and guarnnien
to il-i this, what Is the result? I nm
tieated with ildlcule
As for )ou. in) friend, Mrs. Knllo-
liHinlkaithl. I would in.,, in ..i.i i,.,.
'or'nnil iniikn vour fninrn I If.. I, ,,,.,... i...
- - -""I'l-J, mil
termined, cannot lumbal without as
sistance mid encouragement.
In conclusion I would Btnte that If
the Legislature will not allow mo to
go to Moloknl nnd demonslrute what
! can do for these people, I will be
forced to leave Hawaii with Aloha In
my heart for all thu Hawaiian Hnce,
as They lme offered me every assist
ance and treated me very well. In
deed. Yours faithfully,
J. I.OU WALLACH.
Honolulu, March l!Urd, 1UMT.
It Is reporteil that n large petition
Is to be clmilnlcd among the llawal
lans and pleseuted to the Leglsl.ttuie
If this Is done the foregoing "open
letter" Is probably tho basis of It, nnd
Is typical of the Wallach campaign.
(Continued from Page 2)
OIL 1111,1.9 HI,AlKlllTi:Ui:i)
Senate Hill l!!i, authorizing private
persons, firms or corporations to store
oils unit oilier liquid explosives In
their own warehouse, came up for
Fcroud rending, but was tabled on
motion by Chlllliigworth, tho Intro
ducer ,to gle wny for Senate Hill 1', I,
on a similar subject, but in a differ
cut form, which had later on been ill'
troduced by Chlllliigworth. The Lit'
tcr bill placed the storage of oil In
private warehouses entirely under
the control of the Superintendent of
I'ubllc Works nnd provided for an nn
nual license of l!0U.
Thu WnH and .Means Committee
iccommended the tabling of the .bill.
Chlllliigworth mm oil Hint the bill
pass second reading. Tho vote fol
lows: A) en: Ilrowu, Chlllliigworth, Hny-
fcelden, Hewitt, Lane, Makeknu,
Noes: Knlania, Smith,, Knudseu,
(iandnll, McCarthy, Dowsett, Hlshop.
This being a tie vote thu hill wan
HoiiHo HIM 1111, providing for thu
removal of nuisances hy the owner of
premises wheiu such occur, was ta
bled on the recommendation of the
I'INKHAM (li:TS UNDHUSTUDV
Senate Hill 82, piovldlng for thu
appointment of a vice president of thu
Hoard of Health, camu up for second
rending. Coelho moved to pass the
bill. Makekau moved to table It be
cause no payment was provided for
bucIi an officer. This, wus lost. The
Sennto Hill (in, appropriating 110,-
000 for 11 building for tho Agricultur
al College and SIS, 000 for the main
tenance thereof, passed second rend
ing after considerable discussion as
to thu manner in which the money
ihnuld be nppioprlated.
COIU'OHATIONS WIN OUT
House Hill 14S, sti Iking out the
$20 fee paid by corporations on tho
tiling of their annual exhibits, came
up for second rending. Dowsott mov
ed to table It. Lost. Tho bill then
House Hill 1 1 1. providing for tho
payment of a S per cent, commission
to deputy tux assessors on all pcison-
ul taxes collected by them, came up
for second reading. Ilaysoldcu mov
ed to adopt tho tepnit of the Wus
and Means Commltteo, which recom
mended that tho bill bo tabled. Cur-
lloubo Hill 49, tho primary law,
camu up for second reading. The Ju
diciary Committee favored tho pas-
cage of tho bill. Chilllngworth stat
ed that he did not concur.
Kalaina moved to amend tho sec
tion referring to tho selection of non
partisan candidates by giving thu
nomination to the 0110 receiving thu
highest non-partisan Mite Instead of
20 per cent, of thu vote, us provided
In tho bill.
Chilllngworth snld that that amend
ment would Invalidate the whole bill.
It would fin or thu weak Homo Hutu
party and dlscrlminatu against tho
Itepubllcan and Democratic parties.
DKSKItT I'UIMAHV LAW
Kalnma said the amendment war
made to help good independent candi
dates. Makekau wanted to defer action 011,
the bill for two weeks. This was
oted for by Lane, Chilllngworth,
Dowsett, Makekau, Hewitt, Woods
and Hiown. Knlnmn, Smith, Knud
cen, Oaudnll, Coelho, McCarthy and
Ilayseldeu voted against it. This put
tho vote 7 to 7, and gave thu Chair
tho llnnl decision. Ilu vetted for post
ponement. "Tixi many elections," ho
This action by the Somite virtually
kills thu bill.
A lecess was taken until 1:30 p.m.
jpsr-'Tor Rent" cards on tale at
the Bulletin office.
Loilni! your hair? Do rou briar
out cnuibtul each tiiortilug? Hut
11 1011 us natural urigiitnutr 11 It
bcctimlng to look faded and dead?
Do yciu llko tbl rnudltleu nt thlngi?
Certainly nut. Then atuu tbli f.illlni'
of the hair at once. Mop It before
your hair i thin, abort, and llfeleti.
Uuy a bottle of
anil make your hair beautiful, glotiy,
If jour hair is gray, and you don't
naru to look at thirty u If you wore
duty, then you ahould ute Ayer's
llulr Vlrur. It always reitoret color
t gray hair, all tho dfo. rich, beauti
ful color It bad vrbtn you wero young.
Do not bo deceived by cheap linliu
tlous vrbloh will only dUapixiltit J oil.
lie auro you get AYKK'3 llalr Vigor.
tntuti Dr. J. C Ajtt k Co., f.wtll. Mm., U. S. A.
Think Exclusion Will Be
Difficult in Japan
YwuOilngfoii, .Man li M. The regula
tions profiling for the exclusion of
Japanese lalsirers comlnx from Ha
waii. Mexico and Canada on Indirect
p.wsponn virtually have bten com
pleted mid may be promulgated to
morrow by Secretary Straus of tho
Department of Commerce nnd Labor,
Opinion Is divided umoug some of the
lilgli olllelals as to the ability or the
Immigration llureau to keep out Jap
Secretary Stinus, who has had no
experience with tho wiles of Orientals,
expresses lompletu confidence In thu
efficacy of the regulations. Immigra
tion olllcluls who have tried to cope
Willi tho Chinese for man) ears aru
not so sanguine. Secretary Shaw said
"I am giving these regulations my
personal attention. I am making
them as strong nnd 11s rigid as pos
sible in order to carry Into effect the
President's order requiring tho exclu
rdun of nil Japanese laborers, skilled
or unskilled, attempting to enter this
country on limited passirts from Ha
waii, Mexico and Canada. It Is a per
fectly simple mutter to effect this ex
clusion, prothUd, of course, that thu
Japanese (lot, eminent exercUes good
faith h refusing direct or general
passpoilH to laboreis. We havo every
reason to believe that Japan will do
An official of tho Immigration llu
reau, wIiomi name cannot be used but
who speaks with gteat authority, said:
"We shall go ahead under the regu
lations ami try to shut out Japanese
laborers., skilled and unskilled. Thu
Japanese are more cunning than thu
Chinese. I haw my own opinion of
how things will work, but that doei
not matter. We uiu hcio to execute
the President's order, If isisslble. Jap
anese nre likely to apply for admis
sion on limited pnbsjioits, and 11 ma)
bo dlftlcjilt In many cuses to estubtlch
tho fact that they am labours. They
may be students when they leao
Japan and laborers the moment they
can get n Job here. It la imsslble that
every Japanese coming from Hawaii,
Mexico or Canada will be tinned linen
on the general assumption that ho Ih
a laborer. If that inlo Is to be fol
lowed exclusion wilt bu easy; but If
there Is an Intention to apply tho rule
less rigidly, gllng every Japanese 11
chance to nstert that he Is nut a labor
er, tho exclusion amendment may
prove to be a failure."
In hot wetthticiettc
nd be oool
II 'kv. k
Acctpt no InuUtion, we kII the origimL
(Identified byB.V.D. red woven label)
A complete election of all sizes and
itylei for talc by us.
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AN At I
1'llOVIIIIXu lull Itl.riMll.Ml
He il Unarlnl by the legislature nf thfl Territory of Hawaii:
SM-rinN I. For tin- wilo pnrpoio of tofiiiiilhijf tlip pnriit
nml future' lmudcil imlobtcilurin of (lie Territory, tlio Tri-mnrer
is lioreliy iiiitlinriwil mid eiiipowcrt'cl, with tjm npproviil of
tlio Governor, to i-siu. iicjrotiiililo icfiinilin-r IhiikIh in the nnme
of tlit Territory of Iluwnii, witli inlcwt coupon nttiirliecl in
1111 amount not oM-udiiijr tlio totn! nuiliorizecl IioucIlmI imkldpcl
iii'sh of iln Territory, the prineipni nml inlerct of mieh refund
iiu.: IkiikN to he paiil in jiohl coin of the I'liiled Stnte of
Ainerieii or it eipiiv.ilent, nt its lenl slnmhird of weight nnd
fiiit'iif4 nt tln time of i'sunnoo of mid 1khu1.
Swtiox 2. All IhhmN N-tuetl under the authority of tin
Aet shall he npproved hy the I'reiident of the United State-,
nml shall ltenr intercM pnynhle i-Piiii-uiiiniully ut 11 rate not
iireiiler than thnt provided for in the IniihI hy it' refunded. Sneh
Isinds shull lie ninth) lcdceinnhlo nml p.iynhle n provided hy
law ut the time of H-qmnro thereof.
Si.c rio.v !l. All such IhiimIh -thall ls exempt from nny nml
nil tii.vi whatsoever, nml the pnymenl of the priiieip.il ami
interest thereof hull eoimtitute 11 ehiirp' upon the consolidated
revenues of the Territcny.
Si.ctio.v I. Thu proceeds of the lxuids m issued shall Ixi
exclusively devoted to the purpo-cs for which the 'nine nre
Skctiius fi Tho Tiei.fiire,- f t. Territory nmv, with tho
npprovnl or the (.overnor, determine the denominations of snch
iHjhds to he i-Hiicd under the uiilhorily of this Ad, ,., tho
plucc. or places nt which the principal and inteicst of such lwnds
or nny of litem -hull . ,aynhle nml the method of their re
ilciiiilioii. He nmy make such iirniiiizenienis as muv la- neces
sary or proper for the sale of the whole or nny part of the
iililliorii-.l issue. The .irrunjieim nls shull provide for the sule
of the hoods hy the Territory it-sell hv pilhlic udverti-einent f.ir
lenders or hy privnto sale. I'rovi.lc.l, howev.-r. that no Is.n.ls
niitlionoil to he issued h this Act shull he mI1 ut h-s llum their
uoniiniil par vnlin.
.Si.ctio.v (!. All Imiids issued under ihe provisions of this
Act hIkiII Ik- lithoruphcd or steel eniiruveil nml shull he signed
li.v the Treasurer of the Territory nml hy the Uegistrnr of I'tih
lie Accounts, nnd he M-nlcd with the wil of the Treasury I)e
purtinent of tho Territory. Interest coupons shall hcur u'litho
Krnplifcl or engraved fiic-siinilo of tho nigiiuture of the jierson
hohHng the ollic-o of 'i'reusurer of the Territory nt the time of
the issuance of said homls.
Skctio.v 7. Huid refundiiif; ImjiiiIs nmy lx exchnngeil nt not
less than par valtto for uu eipml umoiiiit'nt not moie than par
value, of the homls to he refumhsl under the provisions of this
Act, or said homls muy ho sold ns provided hy this Act and tho
proceeds therefrom applied solely to thu payment of tho ls.nds
to Ik lefiimled under the provisions of this' Act. All Iannis bo
refunded nml redeemed hy the issue ami sale or iosmi ami
exchange of Unds us herein prowded for shull Ik.- enm-elled or
destroyed hy the Treasurer.
Skctio.v S. When the homls of the issues herein authorized
and the suveral c-oii s thereto ut Inched niuture, it shall ho
the duty of the Treasurer to pay the miiiio on prcsentntion, out
of nny funds in hi.s hands npplic-ahle thereto. Jiut if ruc-Ii lxmds
or coupons nre iiiiido p.iyahlo elu'where than ut the ollic-o of tho
Treasurer, he shall forward sullieient funds to the designated
phieo or places of payment, to meet nnd pay all such ohligations
at maturity in accordance with tho terms t'hcieof.
Skctio.v !. Homls issued in sulntnntinl conformity to tho
preceding provisions shall in law ho considered negotiable.
Skctio.v 10. This Act shall tuke ctTect nml become law from
Mid after the (Into of its npprovnl, ami all Acts or part.s of
Acts in conflict herewith nre hereby repealed.
Approved this 2nd day of April, A. 1). 1007.
I ll'-ij.:,-. a ..
G. K. OAOTKR,
Governor of tho Territory of .Hawaii.
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