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EVENIKO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., WEDKHSDAY, APRIL 10, 1907.
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Bargain Week At Sachs'
THE SPECIALS THAT WE FEATURE THI8 WEEK CANNOT
HELP DUT ATTRACT ATTENTION; THEY ARE EVERY-DAY NE
CESSITIES, AT CUT PRICES; THEY ARE REAL MONEY-8AV-ERS;
EVERY ITEM SHOULD BE CAREFULLY READ.
A SPECIAL IN
,'J different Styles, in Cardinal, Navy Blue and White;
aho in Mixed Colors, all new and stylish:
$3.50 quality at $2.00
S3.75 quality at $3.00
$4.75 quality at $3.00
Peter Pan Waists
AT CLOSING-OUT PRICES; ONLY A FEW LEFT.
WHITE ALPACA PETER PAN WAISTS,
$3.00 quality $1.00
WHITE SILK PETER PAN WAISTS, washable, with baby
Irish lace front; $5,00 quality $3.00
Kimono Dressing Sacques'
KIMONO HANDKERCHIEF DRESSING SACQUES,
Regular price 75c; SPECIAL 55i
KIMONO DRESSING SACQUES,
Navy blue figure!, trimmed with white;
Regular price $1.25; SPECIAL 00
BIG SPECIAL IN NARROW
12-yard pieces, pretty patterns,
12i 15 250 37V40 5GV and 75 a piece;
ALMOST HALF THE REGULAR VALUE.
A Linen Special
00c PILLOW LINEN 75 yd.
45 inches wide, nud extra fine quality.
40o LINEN AT 30 yd.
Unbl6ached, extra quality, 30 inches wide.
. Twilled Flannels
AT REDUCED PRICES.
Navy Blue nnd Scarlet,
65c quality 50 yd.
l All Wool,
40c quality 25 yd.
A BARGAIN IN
All Wool, Double Width.
$1.25 quality .... 75 yd.
$1.50 quality .... 9Q jd.
N. 3, SACHS DRY GOODS GO,, LTD.
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THIS SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY C0URT8Y OF THE
PASS IT AROUND A DISH OF THE DELICIOUS
Ro octroi's Candy
Chocolates Chocolate Peppermints
In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes.
In Vi-Ib boxes.
In Vi-H) boxes.
J'M. Levy &.Co., Family Grocers,
MMIO.VK JIA1X14D. Xi'.t to fotiopolitnn Mcnt Co.
WARNING NOTE STRUCK
FOR KAUAI SUPERVISORS
Chairman McBryde Points Out Where
County Will Land if Too Lib
t.lliue, April 8. Tlio Kaunl Super
liorn hrl'l tlit-lr rcRtilar monthly meet
ing last Weilr.uhilu) under tlio new law
elmngliiK tliu day ( Hurting from
Tui'aday NotliliiK of Bjietliil Ininirt
iiihc wttH trnumcted, l)tit the thnlrimm
nt the imtBet, alter the tending und
iitipttivltiK nt thu minutes nf tliu pre
villus incotlng. FiiM thnl liefuro pro
t'edliiK with thu IiIIIh, Inclined lust
liiunlli, lie would UKu to tall thu otteti
tkm of the other tiienilierx ot thu Itimid
to the financial rundltlon of thu Coun
ty an revejled In the statements to ho
presented. The new Hoard had not
followed tinsel) In thu footsteps of Its
predercHVjr, lint hud heeii n little moie
tree with the money. So for Instance
had the expenditures during thu past
tlnce months uniounted on an uveriiKi1
to J10.000 n nionth, which hy far cx
teetls thu nerane exienilllurtfH of thu
Hoard of ut jear. Tliero wan nt
prri-cnt nonio eighteen thoiixnnd ilnl
lars In the Treasury, nnd there were
now claims amoiiiitlnK to nearly $11,000
heroie the Hoard. HuKltmltiK with next
month the llimtd would )ino to pay
fiimctliliiK like $0000 a month for the
completion of the Wilson contract for
mncadamlrlng. llesldes that thu
Hoard had niilhorl7ed purchases of
mules nnd carts for innotit $3000 and
had started the lepalrliiB of WuUiiii
IiiIiIrp. which would jiroliahly teach nn
other $3000. Hu nsKud that the Super
lsois ponder mer these figures o that
they ioiiM ntKRest wme reasonahle
way of curlallliiK expenses In thu fu-tme
House Acts Promptly In
PECULIAR SCHEDULE OF
SENATE IS PUT ASIDE
Second Reading of Very Important
Item Shows Good Sense on the
Part of Members of
Ji IjjfT lg SHWMI
! 111 Fjlka ill
I I CXKS 'II
i J-1K ' Fir
1 1 -S S,
It is economical both as to
a saving of labor and food.
We have received a large new
stock of Leonards. Come and
look them over.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
(Contlnutd from Po 1.)
clmimstniiccs not only Justify It hut
imiliu it ohllKntoiy. Thu ipiestlon of
puhllc lands Is thu most Important
with which wo lin to deal. Laud
was created for man's sustcnaucu and
was lleelared to lie tlio property of
man liver slurn the (l.irdeu of IMeti
Mid tlnce Ihu Promised Laud was
given to the (hlldrcu of Israel, rtntl
1 1 utiui was giM'ti to .Mr (l.i, land lias
heen the alisorhlni, iiiistliin of l.o,?H-
lattires. Amongst all the elvlilzed
nations thu gieatost minds aiu trjIiiK
to wihe the problem ot how land shall
tin mndo the most productive, and of
the Greatest benefit to tlio people.
It Is argued by reactionaries and
pessimists that iUKurmouutahlo dim-
iiiltlcs must bo met before the land
can bc!pturned over to the peoplo of
this Territory. 1 hold that thosu nr
gutnents ale not found. I submit that
those lands will (re.ite roads and llud
water. One hundieil ears ago thu
1 llgrim I'athers along the ble.iK New
England coast were told Ihu sauiu
Kind of sloiles by thu same class of
Tories who ate trying to obstiuet this
Territory. Hut they built up this
great tlepublle with Its prosperous
farms, great cities and linppy homes.
And how much easier will It bo for
us to do the Kanio with nur equable
illnmti', balmy airs und sunny skies!
"lleie, In the most essential feat
tires we hao retrograded. Our peo
ple nru falling outsldo the standards
of American citizens. Here, wealth
M'ctiniulatcs nnd men decay.
"I do not luciihu our beads of gov
ernment of dishonesty, but they luivo
shown great lack of Judgment. Their
sj stem has created a monopoly of
land, responsible for our Ills. Wo
should remember tlio saying ot the
Meat Kamehamcha, 'Tim life of tlio
land Is established In rlghtcousncs3.'
'This bill touches on tlio most vl-
tnl points of our country's life. Tlio
miration that tills bill will dccldo is
this: Whether tlio public domain
limit former belong to itUentoo land-
loids and perhaps In time to an alluu
race or shall revert to tlio people, to
strong hearts and stiong hands.to ho
(omo the liomu of u bturdy rnco who
will linvo thu country's good nt
Kalann thouglit tlio rich ought to
linu thu sumo rights ns the poor,
though he faored tlio bill ns a whole.
Ho wanted to offer an amendment.
He opposed the clause that uajs tlio
land shall bo divided Into parcels of
not over 80 acres. Ho feaied tlio Sit
lorlntcndcnt of I'ttbllc Works would
cut tlio land all Into SO-acro pnrcolR,
nnd .i poor man would not bo nblo to
fenco n pleco of that size.
Kaniho looked nt It differently. Ita
wanted plenty ot land und hu Bald tlio
peoplo In his part of tho country fa
orcd Inrgo tracts.
Knlau.i withdrew Ills objections
r.nd Kanllio moveil the hill pass thhd
lending. Tlio measure passed by
House Hill 163, Sheldon's measure,
appropriating $ in, 000 for tho pui-
posu of repairing tho stonu embank
inent of tho Wnlme.i rlvtir, Kauai,
was defened until tomorrow on mo
tion ot tho Intiodiuur ot tho bill.
8iii:m)onr'r cahuu:s8 hill.
House Hill US. Sheldon's bill pro
viding for tho election of deputy sher
iffs nud road supervisors, ciinio up for
t lilt tl reading. Nalllma offered mi
tiuiundmeut Incrcublui; the salary ot
thu toad supcnlsor of I'uiui fioni C00
a p.ir as In thu hill to $900. Watnnt
ole nlso wanted to boost s man, thu
Wiilliiku superlsor, from 11500 to
$M0. Both wero boosted.
Hnullns reminded tlio House that iv
Tho Houho yesterday afternoon
passed thu Hum In the appropriation
bill for teachels' salaries at $iU,000
without u murmur, and, better than
that, it calmly umputated thoibiiox
Ions tchcdulu rider tacked on b) the
Theru wasn't eun au debate over
either action. A member simply
mened that thu item of $700,000 puss
Hid It passed. Then ltlcu moved that
the rider bo cut off, nnd It was cut
off. It wus easy.
It had been anticipated that tlieie
would bo n long debate over the sal
ary sdhedulu proposition, and when
tho lump sum Item for salaries hove
In sight near thu usual closing hour
csterday, I'ull showed signs of ner
Miusness. Ho was on bis toes twice
endy to moo to adjourn before he
got a chance to make the motion.
Hlco protested. "There nru four
hundred school teachers waiting to
see what wo nru going to do for
them," hu said, "nnd I would like to
huo this siilnry Item taken caio of,
so wo ran ullee their aiulety."
"Hut there tuu llo pages In that
Item," objected Hawlliis. "Tliero Is
a long ilder uttached."
"Oh, we'll cut that off," answered
UnwIliiH grinned. "Well. If ou
will mote to cut that out, I'll second
the motion, und we inn go ahead," ho
"All right," said Itlio. "That rid
er Is no good and we'll cut It off."
Tho Item for $TUR,U0i) for teach
ers' salaries was then read and pass
ed qu motion without u word of discussion.
Utce moveil that the salary sched
ule rider ho. lopped oft. Tho motion
was put und carried.
This ends tho matter until tho up
pioprlntlon bill goes to conference,
and It Is believed that tliero will bo
no difficulty over It even then. Tho
Senate labored haul to link tho rider
on. but thu Impression prevails that
tlio Upper House has beun led to see
tho erior of Its ways, mid that Hie
amputating mtlou of tho Lower
Houso will be ouciiricd In.
similar bill had already been referred
to the Judiciary Commlltee.nnd after
a discussion of two il.ijs, in which the
bill wus punctiiicd I lull t and left, the
lntiodiicer wltluliew It. At u later
date another bill was Introduced and
leferred to tho Miscellaneous Commit
tee and reported on favorably. "To
my mind," ho said, "this bill Isn't
worth Hie paper It's written on. It Is
as full of objeitlonable features as the
llrst bill. It Is Just as much In ((in
flict with Hcitlon ii2 of tho County Act.
"Another thing 1 he bill says, 'this
Act shall take effect fioin nnd after tho
date of Its approval,' Is there any
provision as to when tho load super
visors shall bo dotted? The hill Is
liiulty In that resirv"
Kite obJecVd to the section author
izing tho road supervisor In each dis
trict to appoint deputies, clerk, nsslst
nnts and employ laborers. "I think,"
ho said, "tliut section will make tho
road supervisor the big man in Ills ills
trltt," ltiio offered nu amendment to
make the appioval of thu Supervisors
KAU:iOI'i; HUM'S AT SAM.
Jviilclonu took u slap at Sam John
son by moving to cut thu s.ilaiy of the
Honolulu ltoail Supervisor from 12100
as tu tho hill, to 11800. Carried.
Hlco had thu Waliuea, Kauai, man
reduced fioin 11 .'00 to 11200.
Tho bill passed as amended, 18 to 10
House Hill 187. tho general license
bill, Imposing u llteiibo feo on nearly
all lines of business, from harboring to
riinulng,u garage, passed with amend
ments. Coney thought the lltenso on fishing
boats exhoihltuiit und Intended to kiep
out tho Japanese. '"Ihu llshlng boats
have to bo more than 30 Inches in
beam, and nuw they want to miiku
these poor follows pay $5 for a lic
ense," ho suld.
Hlco thought that a good thing.
"These Jnps," he said, "won't pay even
their pci8ou.il taxes, and If ott try to
seize tho boat, they say It belongs to
Kalclopu thought Coney was uuiea-
REGARD FOR LAW IS
CAUSING SOME WEDDINGS
Garden Island States That Deputy
Sheriff Has Suggested New.
Ideas for Consideration
There are too ninny couples onjov
Ing tho comforts of married life with
out assuming Its responsibilities-, at
least that Is tho conclusion to which
Deputy Sheriff Hills, llev. Kiinllll and
Judge Knlnl have arrived and thev
havo therefore decided to leforni the
morals of the community.
The I)eptit Sheriff has cnlled on n
number of couples who have skipped
the teiemoiiy nnd given them the
choice of having It pot formed Instauter
or explaining lu com i why the) fur
nish the growing generation with such
mi example of disregard for the law
Ihu result has been Hint the niiulstcis
have had their hands full, one of them
letting thu lecoid for l.lltite by splic
ing six couples hi one day
Knwnllui dlstilct was subjected to
the same uwakenliig moral sense lust
mouth, but it Is unknown whether It
wus the deputy sheriff who was the
moving force In that Instance. That
Is possible though, us one of his Im
mediate neighbors Is icportcil to he
among the sinners. Harden Island.
Tired Nervous Women
Make Unhappy Homes
f A. i "V V
Lazy men are always talking about
rotue other nun who mo fools for
Many n man's llrst mlslnke was in
the selection of ins iiuronts.
oxxxxa x x x w x x x x
soluble. "The price of salmon is dear
er," he said, "than it vvns two )curu
(go And the fisherman nro nut going
to pa their licenses; the tonsimiers
will pa for lliem," Just how the Im
position of a lltense would help these
tonsutners Kalclopu didn't say. "If t
had my wn), I'd make tliu license (20,
Cone) moved to make the Utilise 11
Instead of $V The nmetidiiieiit mm
Kaniho wanted to know If the J.'.O
license fee for peddling general mer
chandise would havu to be paid if hu
wanted to peddle onions. Ho was as
sured that ho would bo safe, but to
make him sure of It, Hlco offered nu
amendment to exempt speclllcall) ped
dlers of fish, fresh fruit nnd veg.
Katilho wus not convinced vet that
tils onions were safe. He wanted them
mentioned by name.
Then Kuullio worried over the lei
selleis. He wanted them exempted
from the provisions of the bill,
Itlce explained that the object or tin!
set Hon was to piotcct country store
keepers from tho competition of ped
dlers. Tho Speaker wanted the committee
to slate v Pettier Icls would bo Includ
ed as merchandise. Hiivvllns said ho
Kalclopu was still In the iluk over
the llsh tpicRtlun. He wanted to know
what about Chinese dry llsh peddlers,
Ho was told that tho matter hail it I -
leady been explained.
Hlte's iiiiiendnient exempting llsh
Tho bill then jiasseel us nnicniled.
Houso Hill 43, providing for the reg
ulation of barber shops, was leturned
f i t)iu tho Senate with it sll:;lit amend
ment which was concurred lu b) tliu
House Hill IS, relating to negotiable
Instruments, vvns ulso sent back Horn
thu Semite with u minor amendment
In which the House, on motion of
Semite Hill 7J. exempting lepers nt
Kiilavvao fioin taxation passed second
reading and went to the Health Committee.
Senato Hill 9J, piovldlng for n me
morial to cnmuieuioiato thu signing
of tho llrst constitution bv Kamelia-
nieha I was tarried through seioud
muling und refeired to tho IMimitlon
WATHK KOIl KOOI.Al'LOA.
Kalelopu intiodiiteel u lesolutlon
that S3ri00 be Inseiled In the Inn Ap
pmpilalloti Hill for tho purpose or dig
ging an artesian well for Ilaiuila home
steaders, Kniihiiilou O.iliu. He fen eel
to the Ijimls Committee.
A nervous IrrltnMo woman, often on
tlio verge of hysterics, Is a source of
misery to ercryono who comes under
tier Intlucnce, and unhappy nnd mis
Such women not only tlrlvn hus
bands from home but am wholly unlit
to povcrn children.
Tho ills of women act llleo a fire
brand upon tho nerves, consetiicntly
seven-tenths of tho nervous prostra
tion, nervous despondency, tho
"blues", sleeplessness, nnil nervous
Irritability of women arise from soma
Do you experience fits of depression
with restlessness alternating- with e.x
tremn Irritability ? Do von MilTer
1 from p-vlns In tho nbdomlnal region.
iiacxacue, Hearing-down pains,ncrvous
dvspepsbt, sleeplessness, nnd almost
continually cross and snnppy? If sej,
your nerves nro In n shattered con
dition und you nre threatcued with
Proof is monumental that nothing
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troubles of women than Lydla H.
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made from nntlvo roots nnd herbs.
Thousands nnil thousands of wouieu
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Mrs, Nellie Mnkliam. ot 1D1 Morgan
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Dear Mrs. Haklmm-
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I BufTerM so I IM not euro what Vcnmo of
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Mrs (5eo. A. Jnmc, a life long
resident ot I'rcdonla, K. V writes:
IXwr Mrs 1'lnltlinm
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n-mntlvs VTlthnut getting much help but
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Mrs. rinkham's Imitation to Women.
Women sufTerlnff from any form of
female weakness nru Invited to
communicate promptly with Mrs,
I'lnlibani. nt I.vim. Mass. l'rom tho
symptoms given, the trouble may bo
located nud tho quickest and surest
way of recover-advised. Out ot her
vast vol u mo of expcrlcnco la treating
female ills Mrs. I'lnlclinm probably
has the very knowledge that v 111 help
vour case. Her advice Is free aud
L-ydia V.. rinkhnin'H Vegetable Compound, mndo from nntlvo roots nna
herbs, contains no nnrcotlcsor harmful drugs ami today holds tho record for
tho largest number of actual cures of femnlotllsca.es of any medicine tbo
world lias ever known, nud thousands' of voluntary testimonials nro on
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Ljdlt E. Plnkham's Vceefable Compoand; a Woman's Rcmcdj for Women's Ills.
Yee Chan's Removal Sale
For Two Week's Longer
Since wc are Going to move into our new quarters, corner of
Kintr nnd Bethel Sts., on or about April 15th, everything- in our
store will be sold at sacrifice prices. Such as: CL0THIN0, FUR
NISHING O00DS, HATS, BOOTS, AND SHOES, ETC., ETC.
1005.100U.1013 NUUANU STREET, NEAR KINO STREET.
A Choice Roast
Berctania, Alakea and Union.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack) haul and ship your
goods and save vou money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and K1NDLING5
Storage in Brick Warehouse, J26 King .St. Pbone MaSnflS
Tlcases every one. Wc can plcaic you by fumishing you
that kind at 10c per lb.
If It's a Hat We Have It
1st mortgage loans on Real Estate
are the safest and best-paying in
vestments. Your money promptly invested at
prevailing highest rates without trou
ble to you arjd 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.
For Men and Women
Straw and Felt
All Kinds All Sixes
We have a large and splendid assortment of these hat s nnd are confident we can interest
you. The newest spring styles which we have on hand ar t exceptionally pleasing, and the va
riety is great.
Try one of our cork helmets. They're wonderfully cool and comfortable.
M. MclNERNY, Limited,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
Fort and Merchant Streets