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EVENING I1ULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. If.. .MONDAY. APRIL in. 1907
Oui Spring Stock of
for Women, Children and Infants hasarrived. As these goods were order
ed before the advance in prices, wesrc enabled to offer
IN COTTON, LISLE AND SILK UNDERWEAR.
LADIES VESTS at lOti and 12t
A fine ribbed vett, low neck, no
sleeves, In alt size.
At 15 and 20 Extra fine rib
bed vest, low neck, mercerized finish.
At 25 Extra quality, lisle fin
ish, equal to any 35c value.
At 25 Vests for evening wear,
no shoulder straps.
At 35 Extra value in plain or
fancy crochet lace tops, lisle finish.
Extra size Vests for Large Women
nt 20 and 35.
LADIES' SHAPED VESTS
in high neck, long sleeves, and low
neck and short sleeves, extra quality,
LADIES' SILK VESTS from
LADIES UNION SUITS, knee or
full length, plain or umbrella draw
er, at U5.
MISSES' FINE RIBBED VESTS,
low neck, in all sizes, at iUtq.
INFANTS' FINE RIBBED VESTS,
buttoned down the front, all sizes,
Small Fry Claim That
Big Fellows Did
WANT FULL SHARE OF
PAY FOR MEN SUPPLIED
Proiccution May Follow if the Big
Hotel Men Do Not Dig Up
the Sum of Eleven Hun
dred and Fifty
MANY NEW WEAVES AND NEW DESIGNS.
A New Shipment Just Opened
AT PLEASING PRICES
SHADOW PLAIDS, in various combi-
nations, double width, at 75 yd.
CAMEL HAIR PLAIDS, all wool, dou
ble width1, 75 yd.
SHEPHERD CHECKS, double width,
75 and 00 yd.
FANCY SCOTCH PLAID, wool and
silk, double width, $1.25 yd.
NOVELTY SUITINGS, 50 in. wide,
at 91.25 yd.
HOMESPUN, Gray mixed, 56 in. wide,
at $1.UU yd.
PANAMA SUITINGS, all wool, dou
ble width, $1.25 yd.
MOHAIR ALPACAS, in black, whitol
and colors, 7iip yd.
VOILES AND ETTAMINES, in lead-
ing colors, l)vp yd.
CRAVENETTE. cuaranteed to be wa
ter rcpellant, 52 in. wide, $2.50
PASS IT AROUND A DISH OF THE DELICIOUS
Ghocoletes Chocolate Peppermints
In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes. In i2-lb boxes.
In Vfc-lb boxes.
J' M. Levy & Co., Family Grocers,
JJlOiTiv.MAlX 1l!t. Xc.t lo Mi'tniolilim Meat Co.
According to tl'o local Japanefo
press, It Iuih finally been brought to
light that the .Inpaucsa hotel-keep-
el ti lmo been principally suppoitcd
by Ignorant Japanese whu came from
Japan mid ns u result of whlrh many
beautiful Japanese liutclH lmo
sprung up In tblH town. Since Sep
tember of lapt year nn agreement
linn been going on between Kawa
saki, Kobayashl, Koinoya mid Yamn
shlro hotel proprietors with the pro
prietors of tho other eighteen hotels
to tho effect' that each 7iotcl-koopor
suppblng men to the planters would
get a compensation of $2 for each
mint. It wii8 alHO agreed that tUco
four hotel proprietory namely Ka
wasaki, ICome a, Yumushlro anil Ko
l.jyushl, would receive, from the plan
ters and pay to the hotel men what
ever amount watt duo them.
Slnco the passngo of the Immlgru
tlon law prohibiting tho Hawaii Jap
nncso from golnt; to tho mainland,
tho payment of theso so-culled com
pensntloiiH has been somewhnt do
la cd ami tho other hotel men began
to feel that there was something
wmng with the planters.
This morning the services of a pro
nilncnt Jupancsu Interpreter was
sought for, nml an Inquiry nt tho
plantera' otlke icvr.tlcil the fait tint
the plantem hnvo always paid $- for
every laborer (supplied by tbo hotel
Since Suptembrr Inst Kawasaki,
Koiueyu, Yiimaidilro mid Kobayashl
hao represented to tho other eight
een hold men that tbo planters wero
only pa) Ing ? l.r.O a head, which they
paid to the other hotel men. They
talm. however, that the other Ml
rents on every limn furnished tbo
planters line been npproprlatcd by
these four hotel men. Should thete
four hotel men pay up tho illrfercnce
tlnco September last there will bo no
action brought against them.
Tho following statistics, taken
from tho Jlyu, show the number of
men and laborers furnished tbo plan
ters by different hotels other than
Konicyn, Kobayashl, Knwnsakl nn I
YiuiMshlio: Ynmnlchl, 228; Klu-
uliluja. nn; 'Knnjo, n 17; Hhlmiyn,
'Ml: Illgo)ii, 133; rukiiokayu, r4;
Konmtsiiyu, 108; S.ilknlyu, 40; Yn
nal)u, li!); MeIJIa, (15; Kumamotoyn,
9; Inosblta, .17; Muriismi, 10U; Shin-
idiuya. 7.1; llantnioto, 131; Nlshlmu-
i.i, 45; Onomklil).!, 13; Cblekucblyu,
70. Total, 2300.
Tbo total aiiioiiut wanted by those,
hotel men out of Konicyn, Kobayashl,
Kawasaki and Yamashlio Is $1150.
A WEIItl) HILL
House 1)111 20.1, allowing landlords
to hold tho baggage of guests whoso
bills are unpaid, received the support
of Hnwllng, who said It would fill a
void in tho existing laws. It is a pro
tection to hotel keepers who at pro
wit cannot bold tho baggago of gucBls
who refuse or neglect to pay up.
Katciopit moved to amend by leav
ing Inn-keepers, boarding lioiiso and
lodging bouse keepers out of thu pro
visions of tho bill.
Tho amendments woro adopted and
tho weird bill passed by a voto of ?2
House Dill 201, exempting irrigation
systems from taxation, also ran Into
b Kalclopit amendment Ho moved to
rtilko out tho words "existing or es
tablished for tho purpose of distribut
ing water," so ns to exempt only Irrl
Rutin;? systems that shall hereafter bo
established; mid also to cut out svs
terns for distribution of water to Ho
nolulu. Rawlins moved to postpone to tomor
row. Sheldon was of tho opinion that this
motion was intended to subject the
bill to tho chanco of a pocket veto.
Hawllns resented Sheldon's remarks,
saving ho was ns anxious to get tbo
bill through as anjbody clso. "I ie
lent tho remarks of tho gentleman
from Kauai," hu said Tho Speaker
ordered them expunged from tbo rcr-
old. Tbo bill vvas flnall postponed to
House Hill 205, lerpilrliiK that horses
left on tho public streets bo tied, was
amended somewhat by Sheldon, Its
Hughes wanted to know whether au
tomobiles nnd milk wagons must be
tied, too, which caused Sheldon to of
fer another nmeiidmetit, to strlko out
tho word vehicles. The much-amend-cd
bll finally passed, 17 to 12.
Labor Associations On
Coast Will Pay
Wlilfe it Is n fait Hint " number of
l'oituguee have left these Island on
steamers bound for San l-'ranrluo anil
which same mlgtallou has caused those
who have the Islands' uclfnic and pro
motion at beau, to sit ii'i mid tal.o
notice. It Ik also true that h number
of these Rclfs.uuu Portuguese, who de
parted for tho Coast In anticipation of
high wages, have had their dreams of
riches shuttcied and have lettirned
Thoc who tame back by the last
steamer ore vcr) ilosc-inoiithed ns to
labor prospects on tho Coast. Hut It
Is learned, from authentic sources,
that complications, lalioi unions, and
such like have taken u hntid. It Is
'Mated that mi association has been
formed in Sail rrauclsco for the pur
pose of assisting the Portuguese, who
left Honolulu, to return here. The as
sociation. It Is siilil. will incscnt to
n.lpli l'nt-tiir-iiitnn ilnitlrlnt. It, tnflifn I, '
steeiago ticket good tiom Sail l-nui-clsco
to Honolulu, for So, the ustoda-
tlon paying the balance of thu price of
Tho association has opened a book
ing office for the above purpose and
many Portuguese mimes are entered
for return on the five-dollar basis.
It Is claimed that a number of Por
tuguese who leturned b the last Ala
meda, came through on the f." tickets.
PERIODS OF PAIN
While no woman Is entirely free
from periodic suffering- It docs not
seem to be tho plan of nature that
women should sutrcr so severely Ir
regularities mid pain are positive
evidence that something- is vvronff
which should bo set right or it will
lead to serious derangement of the
Thousand of women, have
found relief from all periodic suffering-
liv taking- Lydla II. Pink
liam's Vegetable Compound, which
Is made from native roots and hcrbv
ns It Is the most thorough female
regulator known to medical science
It cures tho condition which
nnithpRn much discomfort and robs
that period of Its terrors. Women v bo ure troubled w llh painful or Ir
regular functions should take immediate notion to wnrd olt the serious
conscqucui.es und bo restored to health und strength by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Adelaide Nichols of 321 West 22nd Street. New York City,
writes: Dear Mrs, Pinkbnm:-"If women who sutrcr would only rely
MISS ADELAIDE. NICHOLS
upon I.yillaU. Plnlchnin n Vegetable Compound tliolr trouuics wouinuc
quickly allovlatcd. I feel greatly Indebted for the relief nnd health
which has been brought to me by jour Inestimable remedy." 1
I.vdln V.. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound cures remain Complaints M
such ns Kalllnjr and Displacement, nnd Organic I)iM'ns Hciuluelic,
General Demllty, intllgcMion, mm invigorates me miuio iuhhuuii
svstem. Tor tho derangement of the Kidney of either hex Lyiila
6. I'lnkliam'a Vegetable Compound Is excellent.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering- from nnv form of femiln weakness arc Invited to
write Ir.s.Plnlthnm,ntI.ynn..Massl,romlhcsvmptomsgiveii. thotroiiblo
may bo located nnd tho quickest und surest, way of neovcrj advised.
HILO WILL PLAN
On Tuesdav Deli gale Kuhlo and
carrli r 3non tons of nitrates nnd su
gar ns well as ihu Chinese who aro
bound for their honir counirv Sha
came Inside this morning to be fuml-
Seeretarv Atkui-oti will leave on the I etc I liefore receiving coal Capt HI-
Klnnu for n vhit to Maul to talk overmr (g ,lt, W)Il uf ,,. B1.ir captain of
.Iili.li-. with the people of that Island, , , Tm KM. KaBin am, , for.
' THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to nidkc his delicious bread and pastry.
. He knows.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
WEIRD BAGQAGE BILL
(Continued from Paaa 1.)
ADVANCING LOCAL OPTION HILL
Hughes asked thut IIouso Hill 7Ii, tho
local option measure, bo taken from
tho calendar for Saturday and placed
on Wednesday's order of tho day. So
The follow lug bills, la In number,
rnmo up for third leading:
IIouso Illll 17U, regulating tho ex
penditure of public money, letting con
irurtB mid pa) incut of salaries, passed
without discussion. Knnlho registered
ouu lone "nolo".
IIouso Illll l!l I, providing for a sink
ing fund for redemption or ptiichnsu of
Territorial bonds, also went through
STUUCIC A SN'AO
IIouso Illll 199, requiring that half
tho cost of line, fences between private
and public lands bo paid by tho Tcril
tory, ran against u sung. After much
dlhcusslon It was deferred till April 30.
IIouso Illll 198, dollnlng tho powers
nnd duties of tho Superintendent of
Immigration, also met opposition. Pali
wanted It deferied to April 3D. Thu
motion of tho (lovenior of Maul ear-
IIouso Hill 202, totaling to tho hold
ing of real cstnto and rorpornto stock
by h inking Institution's, passed.
(Continued from Pjqe 1.)
anjono here, nnd Dr. milotson was re
moved from tbo imsltlnn of president
of tho Ilojnl Collogo of Surgeons In
nuclnnd because he used hvpuotlsui
In his profession. The great ndvamc
In tho knowledge nnd use of hpnotlsiu
Is not duo to members of tbo inedlenl
profession, but to men outsldo of It
There Is no rcni-on why the right to
use h.v pilot Ism In the treatment of dis
ease should bo lonflnrd to medical men.
especially In this Territory where sug
gestive therapeutics aro not mum
known or practiced. If ul all,
The hill as di.ifted Is objectionable
Inasmuch ns under It, even as amended
by tho majority, no person could em
ploy n mnsfcur, ostoopjthlst or loml
lomlst, unless ho wrro n im-dlral man,
and as the medical men do not prac
tice massage, nstoopathi or lomlloml,
such u bill. If It betanio law. would
deprive sufferers of tho undoubted
benefits of tliesu arts.
.Massage ami ostcon.ithy have not to
day reached the high slate of ellUIency
that was ntt.ilut.il by tho art or loiui
loml ns practiced hero by Hawaiian
who Knew their business. How much
tho giant forms ot the old Hawaiian,
particularly of tho chiefs, was due to
lomlloml. Is nttettcd by Dr. S. H. lilsii-
on and other missionaries, and vet the
medical men who nuvo exploited tins
country nro largely rcsiwnslble for tho
sad met that hardly an Hawaiian now
knows anything ot an urt that was one
of tho glories of thu nice.
XI HONOLULU WEATHER X
Temperatures 0 a in., fi8; S a. in.,
73 10 u. m, 70, noon, 77; muinlng
IUrometer, 8 .1 m . 30.02; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m V.923 grains per
cubic foot; mlailvo humidity, 8 a. in.,
74 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., t0,
Wind li n. in., velocity 3, dlieUlou
N. i:.; 8 a in., velocity 8, direction II.;
Ill ii. m velocity 9, direction S. K.;
noon, velocity 9, dlrettton S.
Itiilufnll during 2t hours ended 8 r.
in.. 0 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
Iioiiih ended at noon. 142 miles.
WM. U. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U. S. Weather Uureau,
Music and good music from the
liuiuls of chlMien hi n rare Heat, mid
the ouugcr pupils of tho Kaal .Mush
nhool ran render selections on man
dolins, guitars, violins mid ukuleles not
only to the surprise and wonderment of
the averiiRo lover of music- but ulso In
mi mtlstlc mid professional musician
The Cculer children, known to the
dancing public, as func) and nrllslli
dancers, far excel their talint In that
dlicctlon as u musical team. And on
these Sunny Isles of the Pacific thero
nro a few little ones of their age so
much gifted, mid this muslcalo will
be their Initial pcrformumo on an)
public stage. Another ihlld, Master
Kelolu Kteih. who handle his man
dolin like n master, will also appear
on tho program as li soloist, llesldes
these excellent numbers, thero will
also appear six mandolin dubs, time
of who me from public schools of this
eomuiiinlt). Tho interest prevalent
aiming the pnttldpaut of these dif
ferent clubs Is very keen, and It Is n
hard matter to decide as lo who will
recilvo thu most honors, as they are
id) good, This muslcalo will lake place
at mo voting Hotel roof garden Satur
day evening, April 20th, followed by n
little dnuilng. Tickets can be had at
all music stores.
leganllng mriinumeuis rex entertain
lii the coiigiTudon.tl visitors. Ihcv I
will return on the Cl.itidine on Wed
nesday. No nihil es were reielvml from llllo
b) the last mill regarding urtmige
inenlH, ullboiigb word was received, b)
private name, that llli would cir
inlnl) do her shine In Him line ot en
tertaining. It Is probable that the next
mall will bring partlriilnis.
u-eil) In the implo) of that company.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THI8 SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURTSY OF THE
LOTS AT MANOA
Scvcrnl nice building lots for sale
at Manoa Valley. High elevation.
Near carline. As a whole or in lots
to suit. BARQAIN. Apply
P. E. R. Strauch
Entered for Record Apr 13.
From 10:30 to 12 noon.
I.eo St John (lilhert to Dowsed Co
T V King to Dow sett Co Ltd L
A C Dowsed to Don sett Co Ltd ...J.
Hlilesuko Omayu lo Reiizo Harloka.liS
J Alftcd Mugoon to Trs of Harmony
Iidgo No. 3, I (I O K AM
Harmony Lodge No. .1, I O O I', by
trs to M L llartman Itel
Martin L llartman and vvf to Mrs
Hvebii M O MuripiCB I)
Mmioul II Mcdelros and vvf to Wm
Mauoel l-'inneo ndv Kst of M V
Entered for Record Apr. 15, 1907,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Jnrlntho da Costa and wf to Kst of
August 0 Scirao CM
Manuel tin H Pasoa lo I.oulsa da H
Amelia do Itego and bsh to Cezar Ho
Kuelekii Sugar Co to L Y Atona..KxD
Entered for Record April 12, 1907,
Jtrom w.m a. m. to 4 p. ra.
Henry C Adams ami by Ir to V
Anln tr I)
Oeo N Shaw iind.wf to l.alialna Agr
Co Ltd . . . . I)
Anier lid of Comrs for Kor Mis by
' trH to William It Castle et at trs.D
Westn & Ilnwn Invst Co Ltd to Olaf
L Sorcnson , . Itel
Win L Pelerson to Irwlu II Ileadlo
Entered for Record April 13, 1907,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Chus W Ilooth mid wf to Kukiill
Kauai and hsl I)
Sol Kauai and wf to William It Cas
tle tr M
lslilor Rubinstein to Tr of Kukiill
Kauai et ill Tarliet
Kukiill Kauai mid hsh to William
It Cistlo tr TrD
Knploianl list Ltd et ul by tr to
Helen N Itosa Hoi
Helen N Itosa to Wilfred A Green
well tr M
FILIPINOS ON MARU
Tho steamer Aiucrle.t. Maru arrived I " "
vi'tprilny moriiliiK e-uly from the Or- TilpS
lent after n ver) lough passage She IMtj v
brought r0D loiiii of rr light for this
rll and look 2.U0O tuns of through
Height foi San I-raiuld-o. Thu Imal
Height Included ".Ou bands of e.-ment.
Among Hie passengers on boa id vtcro
tcveiit rillphlos on thMr way to tho
.lumeslov.-ii exhibition, w-nere the) will
tin the Inhabitants of n village which
will show thu peoplo of the Knst the
tmlustiles which mo bolng nurtured
bv the United Stntea In our new- pos
resilons Mr mid Mis T H. Kepjuu-r
nro also p.issiiigcrs on Isiard, Mrs
Keppner being better known here as
Mrs. II. T Wldtlii. Imiuedlately after
her divorce from Whltlii she uni mar
iled to T. li. Keppner, a welt known
Inwjei of Manila.
Huron Sojedu, president of tho In
dustrial Hani; of Jnpan, Is on his way
to Iindou on business. Captains C.
Arnold, T. McLean mid It. Iugersolt
or the it. H. Knvy lire on their way
back to thu States after taking the
uulscrs West Virginia, Peniisylrniila
mm Coloreilo to tho Orient. .M. Tnkngi
Is n high ofllclal- of the .lananoo imi-
lite department, on Ills way around tho
world nnd hobnobbed
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoiets resume of all le
gal notices, calli for tenders. Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
'7.5 Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
Jrtl oer v'
Tine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
MERCHANTS' ASSN. MEETING.
Thero will be n :elal meeting of
the members of tho Merchants' Asso
ciation of Honolulu held nt tho Asso
ciation rooms. Young building, on
Tuesday, April Hllli, at 3 o'clock, p. in.
It Is eurnestlv requested that uf
l-inuy members as possible attend.
i:. ii. pahis,
Detectives Tiolor while here
PROPOSALS Toil COAL. OI-TICH
of tho DeiHit quartermaster, t'. S. Ar
ill). Honolulu, H. T.. April IS, 1907.
Scaled Prosis.ils In triplicate will bo
irceUed hero until 1 u. in. May Hi,
1907, mid then oK-ned, for fiirnlshttiR
700 tons of bituminous coal for uso of
tho United States troops at and near
Honolulu, It. T Pull Information and
blanks upon which lo render bids, will
bo furnished upon application to Ihl.i
nltlro. Envelopes containing proposals
with Chief oflblioiild bo endorsed: "Proisisals for
Coal" mid addressed to Captain V.. II.
HtTMPIIIir.Y, (Jiiartermaslcr, U. S. A.
3liii7 Apr. IS, 10, 17, IS; May 11,15.
Tho harkentlno Irmgnrd, Captain
Schmidt, arrived )esterday morning
fiom Cray's Harbor with l.'iO.OOO font
of lumber for P. A. Schaefor & Co. Sho
was 21 days nt sea and reports lluo
v.enther all llio way.
Tho steamer Nllhati leported tho fol
lowing sugar on Kauai: K. H. M., 2,
f.OO; Diamond W 3000; Melt , 3fi,r,27;
Koloa, 18,or,l); H. M.. 21,521; P. L.
C151; O. P.. 11.13.-.; Konlln, CO.OOD; K.
B. Co., 10,100; Mak., 18,112; (1. & It,
Tho steamer Kc An Hon, which ar
rived from Annliola at ti:20 a m, on
Saturday, brought 27.10 bugs of sugar,
338 bags of paddy, 285 bags of rico,
350 steel rails, 43 empty carboys, 24
empty wino ban els, mid 32 packaged
Tho Knsato Maru, C.ipt. l'llmer, from master, V S. A.
Chile, authored outsldo )usterdny. Sho 3r,fi7 Apr 15, 111
oitici: or Tiiri constiuictinc.
Quartermaster, Honolulu, II. T Apill
15, 1907. Sealed Proposals In trip!!
into will ho lecelvcd nt Hits olllco un
til May 3. 1907. 9-30 a. m. mid then
opened for tho construction, plumbing
mid electric wiring of a Pumping Sta
tion mid tho construction of u 300,000
gallo'i rclnfoiecd roncrcto ltcsorvolr
at now Military Post at Kahaulkl, Ho
nolulu, H T according to plans nnd
(.pcclflciitloiis in tho ofllco of tho Con
rtructliiK (Juartermaster nt Honolulu,
II T. Tor blank proposals and further
Information apply to tho olllco of tbo
Constructing Quartermaster at Ka
haulkl. Proposals should bo endorsed
' Proposals for Pumping Station and
Keservolr," mid addressed to E. If.
HILMPIIHHY, Captain nnd Quarter-
17, i ,, May 1, 2.
Second Olllcer C A. Modecr and
Quartermaster Thus. Drown ot the
steamer Clt) of Panama havo been dec
mated with gold medals for biuveiy
at sea. Dm lug thu great stoim last
Dcumbor Olllcer A. II. (leorgu mid
two men were washed overboard from
tho City ot Panama In tho fine ot
seemingly Impossibilities tho tlueu men
nbovo referred to put olt In n small
boat mid after ii tenlblo light with tho
elements, sin i eedt'd In s-ivlug thu lives
of thu tlueu dooimd men. Captain
Nelson, whoso skillful handling of the
steamer made the rejcun possible, litis
reielved an amoRianb phologiupli from
Waity Bldg,, Room 1, 74 S. King St. President Koobcvclt.
If It's a Hat We Have It
For Men and Women
Straw and Felt Hats
All Klnd5"All Sixes
We have a large and splendid assortment of these hats and are confident we can interest
you. The newest spring styles which we have on hand art exceptionally pleasing, nnd 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
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