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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II. TUESDAY, AITII. lfl, 1907.
ilir. Our Spring Stock of
for Women, Children and Infants has arrived. As these goods were order
ed before the advance in prices, weare enabled to offer
IN COTTON, LISLE AND SILK UNDERWEAR.
Is Quizzed On
HUTCHINS ALSO QUIZZES HAYSELDF.N
A Form of Food Already Digested
LADIES VESTS at 10 and 12M,c?
A fine ribbed vest, low neck, no
sleeves, In all sizes.
At 15t and 20 Extra fine rib
bed vest, low neck, mercerized finish.
At 25J Extra quality, lisle fin
ifh, 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
at 20f and 35c.
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 G5.
MISSES' FINE RIBBED VESTS,
low neck, in all sizes, at ZUt?.
INFANTS' FINE RIBBED VESTS,
buttoned down the front all sizes,
fit; 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 width, 75 yd.
SHEPHERD CHECKS, double width,
75 and i)0 yd.
FANCY SCOTCH PLAID, wool and
silk, double width, $1.25 yd.
NOVELTY SUITINGS, 50 in. wide,
at $1.25 yd.
HOMESPUN, Gray mixed, 56 in. wide,
at $1.UU yd.
PANAMA SUITINGS, all wool, dou
ble width, 91.25 yd.
MOHAIR ALPACAS, in black, white
and colon, 75 yd.
VOILES AND ETTAMINES, in lead
ing colors, 90 yd.
CRAVENETTE, guaranteed to be wa
ter rcpellant, 52 in. wide, $2.50
Senntnr Hnjfielden, head o( the,'
Joint committee of the Senate unit
House, spent two hours yesterday af
ternoon Interrogating members of
tha Hoard of Public Instruction on
lliclr reasons for niipolntlng MUa
llndloy ns the principal of I.alinlim
ciliool for the term recently begun
unci ending In June.
When the questioning ended, thu
Senator wns linked If lie would glvo
any reasons for not appointing Mini
llaclley beyond Ills dlrfcrenco of opin
ion with tho Commissioners that tlicv
r-tioti Id have accepted tho recommen
dation of Inspector Davis, lie respon
ded that ho was not theru for that
purpose. Tho Commissioners then,
r.n motion of Commissioner llntcliliis,
(.ccondod hy CoinmlRsloiier Dodge, vo
ted to confirm their action In appoin
ting Miss lladley to tho prlnclpal
thlp. Those present at tho hearing were
Superintendent Ilabbltt, Inspector
llaldwln, Commissioners Mrs. Dow
rctt, Ilutclilns, Dodgo nnd Knrrlng
ton, Senators Iliiysclden, Chilling'
wortli nnd Woods, Kcprcsentatlvcs
I.ong. Alawfl, Lclelwl and Nalllma,
The first few moments of tha hear
Ing were taken up In deciding wlie.
tlier tho meeting was u session of tho
Hoard of Public Instruction or of the
Joint committee. According to tho
lesulutlon of the Leglslaturo it was
designated a meeting of tho Hoard,
ro It was opened regularly and Sen
ator Ilajselden began his questions.
Tho Senator began on Commission
er Mrs. Dowsett by asking her how
she came to her fimirnhlo opinion of
Miss lladley as principal of tho Ln
hnlm school, She went Into her con
clusions In detail. She hail heard
nothing serious against Miss Hadlej,
wlio had acceptably served the de
partment for eight jears. and was, at
the time of .Mr Dickenson's death,
next in line of promotion. Owing to
the slidden death of Mr. Dickenson
in the midst of the term 11 had hecm-
id best to accept Mr. D.ivls' appoint
ment of Mis. (lannon for tho time be
ing. When, however, tho spring
term ended the opportunity offerel
for more thorough deliberation, and
PASS IT AROUND A DISK OF THE DELICIOUS
Chocolates Chocolate Peppermints
In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes.
In Vi-lb boxes.
J' M. Levy & Co., Family Grocers,
'IMIOXK JLMX11I). Xoxt to Metropolitan Meat Co.
for that reakon his opinion was wor
thy of no more weight than any onll-
Commissioner Dodge's point was
Hint Miss lladley had been tried and
not found wanting Commissioner
1'arrlngton said he thought Miss llad
ley entitled to n tilal and If sho wero
all that lla)selden thought her In
tho way of Inrompetenie lould hard
ly rill u tho school in sixty das, Ilay
selden said he illdn t know. Super
tntendent Habbltt when aslicd If Miss
Iladloy could ruin the sthool in six
ty days replied that In his opinion
sho lould not.
Ha) Seidell's questions throughout
wero such as to Indicate that ho Is
lending nn attack on Miss lladley,
but he appenied to wish It under
stood that while she might be nil
light for an assistant It did not nec
essarily follow she would make a
good principal. llnbcldcn could not
remember whether ho knew of Miss
Ilnilley's application heforo her up
I ointment or not. This was In an
swer to n question from rarrlngton
why tho Senator did not make known
his objections to Miss lladley before
rhe was appointed.
The Senator allowed himself to ho
ns closely questioned as he had qu-s-tloned
the Commissioners and some
ery interesting discussions were en
tered Into on whether a Commission
er of l'libllc Instruction was appoint
ed to do as ho or she thought best, or
to act as a puppet In ictoril tho ill-
lections of the inspcitois In each and
Ilabbltt relowed his icasons for
disagreeing with the Commissioners.
Ho thought tho executive oltlcers of
tho Hoard should he upheld. At tho
opening of tho meeting he took occa
sion to stato that ho knew nothing of
tho resolutions presented In the Sen
ate mid House until they were made
public. Thjs was evldeuth In re
hpouu to thu Indefinite statements
that hae been going the rounds to
the effect that ll.ibhllt Is tho real fa
ther of tho resolutions, and that ho
is favorable to action by tho Legis
lature) which will abolish tho Com
missioners and give him a free hand
Good nature prevailed throughout
Mr. Davis at tho request of tho Com-1 tlin session, which hid fair at ono
THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to make his delicious bread and pastry.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THI8 SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURTSY OF THE
mlssioners was asked why ho had
not, appointed Miss lladley.
Mr. Davis" sole explanation was
that Miss lladley In Ills opinion did
i.ot possess sufficient "foicc and tact"
to 1111 the position.
Tills response the Commissioner!)
consldeied cry Incomplete and not
rudlclent to sway thorn fiom tho
principle of piomotlnu. It was
thought that Miss lladley was at
least entitled to a trial, and tliM wis
given her for the summer term now
Tho questioning of Commissioner
Mrs. Dowsett practically lovcrcd tho
whole gioiind. Tho Commissioners
believed In promotion and did not ac
cept tho response made hy Inspector
DavlJ as pioper grounds fur refusing
Miss lladley a chance. Mis. Dowsett
offered a telegram from Miss lladley
Milt in response to a query from her
as to the number of chitdien present
nt tho opening of tho school. Tho
message said tho school opened with
"21 pupils. Hefcienco to tho recordi
showed that this attendanra Is high
er than'tlio average, which for u pro
lous term had been 201.
Commissioner Ilutclilns put life In
to tho hearing by pouring hot shot
Into D.ivls for his Indifferent re
sponse to thu Hoard when asked for
his reasons for not giving Miss llad
ley a trial. Ilutclilns also put some
very direct questions to Ilayselden,
fo that for tho time being the Inquis
itor was on Hie stand.
Ilutclilns wanted to know If Ilay
selden did not hnvo a hand in the ap
pointment of Mrs. Cannon and had
not Influenced Davis by recommend
ing Mrs. flnnnon. Ilayselden said ha
did not lemumhor. If Davis should
Lay that ho did speak for Mrs. Gan
non, ho (Ilayselden) would 'not deny
Ilutclilns also went after Inspector
llaldwln, who spoko unfavorably of
Miss lladley. llaldwln admitted un
der tho questioning of HutchliiH tint
ho formed his opinion icgardlng Miss
time to. run into the long bourn ot
the night. The upshot of It nil win
that Senator ll.i)MMcn got the rea
kiiis from tho Commissioners for
their action In appointing Miss llad
ley as principal to the l.ilialnn school
and ho got them without fear or fa
vor or prejudice.
LOTS AT MANOA
Several nice building lots for sale
at'Manoa Valley. High elevation.
Near carline. As a whole or in lots
to suit. BARGAIN. Apply
P. E. R. Strauch
Wattv Bide. Room 1. 74 S. Kinc St
lladley piluUpally by talking her
over with nthiM' Inspectors. Iln DOl-
I tonally had spent only about fifteen
'minutes In .Miss Dudley's loom and
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
A tonic-stimulant which keeps the old young and the young strong.
It is invaluable for over-worked meTi, delicate women and sickly
children It cures consumption. Beware of cheap imitations and
substitutes. They are dangerous. Guard against refilled bottles.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is sold by all druggists, grocers and deal
ers, or direct, at $1.00 a bottle. Doctors advice and illustrated med
ical booklet sent free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y
Rood vocal nnd Instrumental selec
tions will bo the feature at the recital
of the pupils of the Kaul Music School
satuulay evening at tho Young lloiei
pavilion. There, pupils of ull ages will
unite and luteipiet tho (omisisers
fancies with liquid tones of the strings.
Ilesldes sololfls there are excellent
quintet members on mandolin and vio
lins. Miss Hath Qulnn, who was a
prominent soloist on tho mandolin last
J ear, will show how much more sho
bus Improved blnce them. Muster Her
bert Mclnerny Is a promising )oiing
banjolst, though ho only studied a
short while ago, will appear for tho
first time in a duet with Margaret Cen
ter, another promising joung genius
of the banjo and mandolin. Helen Cen
ter and Marlon Magoon supports the
Children's Mandolin club with the
correctness of their ukuliilo plajlng,
supplemented with more llrinuess with
a gultnr in the hands of Ilelene
bprlngston. Marlon Defrles, nnotlicr
strong supiMiit to tho Children's Club,
handles her violin with grace hud ease.
Tickets at all music stores unit
Kfl JUVENILE CASES
Tho pollen have been paying a
gieat deal of attention to tho Juve
nile cases aiiordlng to tho ittport
which Is being made up by Hlierlrt
Iniikea for submission to tho County
Supiivlsois. Already, In tho first
tin co months of tho year, there havo
been more cases brought heforo tho
Juvenilo court than there weio In tho
entire twelve mouths preceding.
Theio hnvo been In three, months ill
per cent as.mauy toiivlctlons obtain
ed In gambling cakes us theio wero In
the )ear lUOfi.
K BAND CONCERT X
The hand will play at 'I lioiuas Square
this evening lit 7:50, following Is Hie
Mint li 'The logics" Sihultr.
Overture ".The Flutist" Kllng
Uallud "Dreani On. Dear Child" ...
Selection "I'lrates of 1'oiiz.imo" .. .
Vocal Hawaiian Songs,. nr b) Merger
(lavotte mid Habanera . .D'Orsu
Willi "The Syrens" .... WuldtiMiffl
Finnic "A Ootid Kiss" CihiU
"The Star Spangled ll.innei "
UNNA DEFINES A CAUSE
European Skin Specialist Says Dan
druff Is Caused by Parasites.
Upon that thiory, proved bojiuid u
doubt, n (me fur dandruff was sought
after. Scientists, chemists, druggists
and ph)slilans all "took u hand" and
the successful Issue is tho present pio
duct known as "Nuwhro's Herpiclde."
This remedy actuall) kills Iho pain
sites that Infest the hair bull), dues its
work most effective and lonlalus not
mi atom of substance injurious to any
thing else than the germ alone. Heipl
tide taiises the hair to grow as nature
intended It should, soft and abundant.
Sold by leading druggists. Scud Inc.
In stamps for sample to The Herpiclde
Co. Detroit, Mich. Holllsler Drug Co,
Welcome To Our New Store
YEB CHAN & CO.
We hnve had rc-modelcd the old and historic building for
merly occupied by Messrs. Castle & Cooke, King and Bethel Sts.
We have fitted the new stoie with the most modern fixtures
and devices for displaying dainty DRY GOODS, NOVELTIES AND
WOMEN'S, MEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
We have filled the store with a wide variety of stylish, good,
up-to-date Merchandise from the London and New York Markets,
our aim being to give the best goods that the bst markets sup
ply at our well-known CLOSE PRICES.
We cordially invite you to inspect this fine stock in our NEW
BUSINESS HOME, which will open on the 15th of April, 1907.
YEB CHAN & CO.
Welcome To Oar New Store
Walluku, April 13. Tho American
Hawaiian steamer Arlzonun left Kiihu
lul Friday evening with 3S30 tons of
sugar for S.illnn Cruz via Hllo where
eIio expects to load a few more thou
fcaud tons of sugar for New York via
tho Tchiiantepec line. Among tho ku
maalnns on tho ArUonan was Nelson
Lansing, who Is senlngns purser. Nel
son was a Walluku boy a few jenrs
ago when ho was holding tho position
of assistant bookkeeper for tho Wal
luku Sugar Co. Henry I.) on, win of
Hear Admiral I.joii, Is quurtei muster
oil tho Ailzonan.
If It's a HatJVe Have It
For Men and Women
Straw and Felt Hats
All Kinds-All Sixes
We have a large and splendid assortment of these hats nnd nre confident we can interest
you. The newest spring styles which we have on hnnd art exceptionally pleasing, and the va
riety is great.
Try one of our cork helmets. They're wonderfully cool nnd comfortable.
M. MclNERNY, Limited,
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
Fort and Merchant Streets
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