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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17,
I ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.T. II ,
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A Big Saving Event
Thursday; Friday and Saturday
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY TO REPLENISH YOUR TABLE LINEN.
ipmlity White Tul.li- Ifcinmsk. . .37Vg ,vl.
ipmlity Linen Tnlilo Duiimsk 60 yd.
ipmlity Linen 'l'uli1( Dmimsk
iui I it ' l.ini'ii 'I'nlili I mti:i-k
(jiuilily l.inuti 'I'nlilc Dumiisk .
i .1 I'urr Linen; lleynlar S'iV.
' AH) ipiulity 75.f do.
$ I.L'.". ipmlity 05 do..
$l.r.O ipiulity '. . . ?1.20 do.
!?1.7r tiinlity $1.40 doz.
.$ L'.dlt ipiulity $1.05 doz.
sjiL'.r.O iiuility $2.00 do.
$:!. fluidity $2.05 do.
$ t.r.d (mdily $3.90 do.
HFiTKK CiRADKS IX Till-: SAAIH PROPORTION'.
This Sale is for 3 Days Only
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
Men mull 1 1 Hue between
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to make his delicious bread and pistry.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
We will receive by the American-Hawaiian steamer Mexican.
April 22, thirty-five large first-class California mules, which will
be on sale at the lowest prices.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING.
of u Bulisldy for n
Hinl S.ui l'edro was brought before n
special meeting it the Merchants' As
sociation held in their rooms In thd
Young building ycsteiday afternoon.
OwIiik to the fact that thero was
not u nuorum of members present thu
meeting wax changed to one of
directum of tho Association, ntVhlch
tho members were requested to stay
nml also to tulu part In tho discus
sion. The matter of the subsidy wax
brought before the meeting by Pros
Ident (1. W. Smltt, who said:
"The muttur of asking tho Legis
lature to subsidize a steamship Mini
between thin city and Ios Angeles
has been brought tli mainly through
the orTorlH of Sir. J. 0. Lotted, who
has taken a gieat Interest In thu
matter. It Is proposed to offer 11 sub
sidy of at least f 1.000 per mouth to
any steamship company which will
put on 11 line between the two ports
which shall lme a fust boat of sulll
dent passenger capacity, with fruit
canning nreouinindatlons, the same
to be conditional on thu offering of
nt least n like, amount by the city of
I.os Angelas or her merchants. Tho
speed of the ossel, her passenger ac
commodation, tonnage, etc., will of
ronrse be definitely derided before
any action Is taken.
"This meeting has been called
Hint we may consider the matter nicd
take action before the adjournment
of thu Legislature. We, Mr. Lotted
itnd myself huvo talked the matter
over with Clovemor Carter and feel
that we have his approval of tho
W. W. itarrls said: "Thero has
been a bill Introduced In the lloimo
on this subsidy matter, tho outlines
of which I can give ou. It proposes
11 (subsidy of mil oor JMi.oou per
j ear fpr a Hteiuuer to carry fiult
tioui the Island of Hawaii to thu
Coast. This bill was Introduced by
Representative Akiui and Is nt pres
ent In thu hands of the rommlttcejn
the House and will be reported In n
few da j s."
F. W. Macfnrlano said: "I rnnnnt
r.ny that I approve of the bill which
has Just been mentioned by Mr. Har
ris. In tho tlrst place. It Is for tho
Island o'f Hawaii alone, and then,
too, I think the amount Is excessive.
In regard to tho plan proposed for n
lino to San l'edro I wish to call your
attention to one thing. Ih It not
strange for a commercial body such
ns this Is to discriminate between thu
cities of tho Coast by wishing to of
fer n subsidy to ono and not to an
other? I do not know, of course,
how Hun Finnclsco would tako It, but
that city hns ahvajs been our friend
commercially und I would hardly
feel that wo would be treating her
tight to offer n subsidy to Los An
Mr. Lotted made a long speech ex
plaining soino of thu points of his
mggestlon und laying particular
stress 011 thu fact that ha wished to
sco a boat which would carry bit
nanus under modern arrangements
run from these Islands. He stated
that also, with 11 subsidized lino
cheaper rates might be, expected nnd
n rate of .10 cents a bunch on ba
nanas would 'miiko tho business prof
itable to oven the smallest of ship
pers while at present it wns almost
Impossible to send bananas to thu
Coast und get any profit whntevcr.
J. I). Paris offeied his ideas as fol
lows: "I do not think that offering
r subsidy fur a lino between this city
and Los Angeles can he classed as
discriminating against San Francis
co. What wo want Is to get Into
ronuoctlou with Los AngeleH, as at
present It Is tho tourist renter of tho
United States, If we can do this nnd
nt the name time get cheaper rates
for our fruits and open tip u new
market it will be doing u great deal
of good to thu entlru Territory. Thu
Mil that .Mr. Harris has mentioned
Is, 1 bellee, too broad, nnd thu
amount asked, $.'0,00(1 per year, Is
excessive. Mr. Lutted's suggestion
of $1000 per month glvcH us some
thing tangible to work on nnd makes
a basis on which thu Los Angeles
Chamber of Conimorro may work
V. W. Harris stated that ho did
not believe that It would ho possible
to pass either the hill already intro
duced or a bill railing for n subsidy
ol $1000 per month tluough the
Legislature nt the -present time. He
said that the Legislature had alrea
dy appropriated about $100,000 more
than the levcnuo for the coming bi
ennial period would amount to, nnd
he thought that Oovernor Carter
would veto any such bill oven if it
were passed by the two Houses.
After a good deal of discussion 11
motion was passed that the directors
of tho Association take the matter
tip with the rroniotiuu Committee
nnd endeaMir to get the tisa of the
money which would be appropriated
l,y the Lcglslutuiu for the use of thu
The Association appeared to bo
unanimous In the opinion that there
could be no greater promotion than
tho establishment of 11 new lino of
ttonmshlps between this city and
Han l'edio. It was also oidered by
thu board of directors that the legis
lative committee tako stub action its'
was deemed advisable to have the
Senate agree In tonferenco with the
House appropriation of $12,000 for
promotion work. This Item wns
placed at $0000 by thu Senate.
RE ! THREE EPOCHS IN
A WOMAN'S LIFE
THROW OUT CHINESE
The special committee appointed
on House Resolution ir,U, to Investi
gate tho condition or thu Iwilei
laundries, made an Important report
to the House this morning through
Sheldon, its chairman The coniiult
teu found n condition of disgusting
Pithiness existing theie The report
bears nil thu earmarks of nnll-Chl-
nese sentiment, nnd its recommenda
tions clearly satisfy those who hope
to profit by legislation against the
Chinese laundries. The findings nnd
recommendations of the lommltlee
are ns follows
The (lovernnient laundries are In
fllthv nnd Insanitary lomlltlon, and
a' source of danger to thu public
The Territory is engaged In assist
ing the Chinese wnshmeii nt a large
The Territory Is being deprived of
revenue by reason of being engaged
in tho laundry business.
Tho buildings used by tho Terri
tory for laundry purposes are In n
stato of had repair and It would ost
a largo sum of moue to place tho
same In 11 sanitary toiulitlon.
Tho Territory by spending thu pub
llo money In assisting a private en
terprise is competing with citizens In
mi unfair nnd unlawful manner.
Recommendation - Your commit-
ten respectfully recommend that no
public money tin spent after July 1,
llloT, upon the Government laundries
nt Iwllel; that tho present laundry
buildings bo taken down, and the
hind upon which they stand be tens
ed In small parcels, preferably for
Ill conclusion our committee beg
to report that they huvo ptepared a
bill relating to tho laundry business,
which will be introduced without de
Tho report of tho committee wns
adopted, nnd the bill promised was
promptly Introduced by Sheldon.
Tho bill provides that persons or
Arms desiring to carry Im tho laun
dry business In Honolulu must get u
permit from the Superintendent of
Public Works, accompanying tho ap
plication for such permit with feo of
$6. Tho Superintendent of Public
Works shall pass tho application up
to tho Kilo Chief, who shall approve
or disapprove of the application. If
the Superintendent of Public Works
Is satlslled that the business will not
become a public nuisance, ho shall
grant tho permit. In enso ho refuses
to do so, the applicant may ask for a
Hoard of Arbitration, whoso major
ity decision shall hu final.
Thu annual license reo shall tin
$2!i. Tho business shall bo subject
to such Bunltnry regulations us may
be prescribed by the Hoard of
Health. Any person who shall carry
on tun launuiy uusincss wiiucmi
license, or who shall violate the pro
visions of the Act, shall bo liable, up
on conviction, to 11 lino not exceeding
$100 for eah offense.
Tho bill passed tlrst reading by title.
A.-H. Vessel For
Moie detulls arrlvtd b thu mall
esterdny In legatcl to tho .Maine, tho
new passenger ami Height steamer
which will be pluied on the run be
twien Honolulu and San rrnuclsco b
thu Amerlcnn-llawallau Steamship Co.
One Important change. Is in thu unmu
of the ship which, niioidiug to the
custom of tho (ompnii) should end In
"an." as Texan. Ncbraskau. Hawaiian,
etc. As Mnlneuii would not found well
this ship will be known in thu futuiu
as tho "Vlrslnlan."
Tho American-Hawaiian lompniiy is
spending 11 large sum of mone on tho
Virginian In order that she shall bo
iiciond to nunc of the steamers on thu
Pacific Coat In her passenger nicoin
niodatlons und with this bleu in view
tlelieral .Manager lluiuham, of .the
company has mude a special trip to
England with thu object of llndlug out
tho very tutesl wi Inkles In llttiugs for
tho new vessel. Shu will be ablu to
curry IfiO first class passengers und
should he placed In commission In Sep
tember, reaching the Pacific Coast and
going on her Honolulu run before thu
tlrst of the ear
PLEASED BY NEW
Edltnf-'K'TiTltngavva. who is leturn
fug to Japan on the Hongkong Muni
Is recognized us one of the most bril
liant Journalists In Tokyo. He has
been In the States, collecting Infonu.i
llon and stud) lug the modern method
of printing newspapers Ho was in
Sacramento for tbiee cars. where hu
eomlueted a business of his own.
"Since tho trouble over the school
tpicstlnn started, there has bien and
Is still ill evidence a spirit of disc oil
lent and dissatisfaction between tho
Japanese and the Americans," said Mr,
Kiliigawa, "the Immigration net which
lestrlcts the coolies coming to the
mainland will be fol the best Interests
of the Japanese people. Thu Hawaii
Japanese who have been coming to tho
mainland In thu past are very much In
terior to tho American Japanese und It
was largely cluu to their Ignorance that
the school trouble started.
"The Americans In S.ui l'ranrlsco are
disgusted with these Ignorant Japan
ese, und the) ftccpicutly stop them on
streets us they pass by and cull them
'Japs' und bud names. Sometimes they
thtow stones, sticks and potatoes at
the Japanese on the streets.
"I am therefoiu pleased with the Im
migration law lestilctlng the coolies
liom entering the Culled States," said
"The Ill-feeling which exists lietween
thu Americans and the subjects of Ja
pan, should bo brought to u halt The
Japanese are looking to thu t'nlled
Stutes government as their father,
mother and brother. Comniodoie Per
ry, an American, who spread thu light
of civilization Into Japan, and whose
Mory is revered by thu Japanese, should
lit least receive the attention of tho
Americans. They should not degrade
their country by stoning and Insulting
tho poor. Ignorant Japanese who are
on the laud of the free, ami whose
only protection while there, Is thu old
glory, ' said Kltgawn.
IMIIor Kllagavvn Is a profession
al Interpreter und served us a Ko-
reuii-Jnpaneso Interpreter dm lug thu
China-Japan war. Hu was decoruled
by the Hmpcror nfler thu wnr.
MRS. ELVA CARDER EDWARDS
Thero nro three critical stages In a
woman's llfo which leave their murk:
In bur career. Tho llrsl of thesu stages
Is womanhood, or thu change; from 11
enre frco girl to budding vvomuiilicod,
Tho second Is motherhood, and tho
third Is Change of Llfo.
Perils surround each of those stages,
and most of tho misery thul comes
to women through 111 health dales
from ono or another of these Im
Women should remember that Lydln
E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound
luinlu from nutlvo roots and herbs has
carried thousands of young girls over
thu critical period of puberty, hns
prepared mothers for childbirth, nud
In later years carried them safely
through tlio change of life more sue
cessfullv thnn any other remedy In
the world. Thousands of testimonials
from grateful persons, two of which
nro here published, sulistiiutlatu this
fact beyond contradiction,
Mrs (leorgo Wallers of Wuodlavvn,
ill. writes !
Dear Mrs. I'iiiVhnm:
"I fis-1 It hip clutv Ik tell you of tlin good
I.yilhi K. PIiiVIiiiiu's Wgi-tatiln Compound
hiudouoino In preparing for childbirth
Affair miffrrliu; nud kxlu,; my iblldnii 11
frlmdiflvlliiietitry our viittiablo uw
dlc-hio, nmttlw rwult wa that Iliad very
Iltlkilnconveiilcncu, iiiUUL. recovery nun
MRS. GEORGE WALTERS
nsbe.ilthy n lill 1 ns can 1 found nnywhem.
I .Vila K riiikbam's Vegetable Ccmiiiouiul
I n blcwliu t nil ei"s Innt mothers. h
Mrs, Klvn llarber IMwards. of
Callilnmet, Wash , writes:
Uar Mrs. l'lnklmm
I want to tell ynulow Lydln K Puik
bum's Vrptntiln Compound ciirrisl mu
tlirouli Hid critic al irlil of the Cliangn of
l.tfo without nny trouble! whatever, nl
1 urt-1 me of a vtry severe frmaUj woaknt-sn.
1 cannot say iiiougb tu prnta of what your
medic fnc hi dune fur inv.'
WI111I l.yillu i:. Plnkham'sVcgetnblo
Compound did for Mrs. Walters und
Mrs. I.'dnnrds It will do for other wo
men In their condition Lrery suf
fering woman in tho I'nitcd Mutes
is usked to accept thu following In
vitation. It Is free, will brlutf yon
health und may save your life,
Mrs. Plnkham's Invitation to Women.
Women sulTerlng" from any form of
female weakness nro Invited tu
promptly communicate with Mrs.
Piiikhuin, lit Lynn, Mass, I'rom tho
symptoms given, the trouble may bo
located unci the quickest and surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
vast volume of uxH-rieneu In trcntluc;
female ills Mrs. I'lukhnm probably
lias the very Uuowledgo that will
help your ease. Her udvlcu Is freo
I unci nuipiui.
Duriiitr itH lotitr record of inoro thnn thirty years its loatr list of
ncttml euros, entitles Lytliu K. Pinkluun u Vvgotitblo Comjiouud to
tho respoct nml cotiildunco oC ovory fair minded person.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Makes Sick Women Well.
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THI8 SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURTSY OF THE
A newly painted and papered 6
room cottage with modern conve
niences at Fuunui nr. Liliha car ter
minus. $12 p. m.
Several good building lots at Ma'
110a Valley at a bargain.
P. K, R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King St
At last the die fa rases which
huvo been pending before the His
ti let Coillt flir so long huvo (otne to
trial and If tho appeals which will bo
taken to tho Clicult Court nro not
sustained the Territory will be $000
richer us tho icsiilt Judge Whitney
wns not at all lenient In tho cubes,
which weio all tried together. Su
Fiiuil, thu banker of the game, was
fined f-Tid and costs, tho go-between
was given a $200 fine, and the three
rgents were assessed $50 apiece.
Tho gamu was conducted in a most
cunning w.i), tho agents, tho bank'-r
nml the go-between all hnvlng roens
where they transacted their business
In djrTeient strtlous of thu town. The
i use has been postponed from time
to time, but finally came tu tilul.
Welcome To Our New Store
YEB CHAN & CO.
We have had" re-modeled the old and historic building for
merly occupied by Messrs. Castle & Cooke, King and Bethel Stt.
We have fitted the new store 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 nnd New York Markets,
our aim being to give the best goods that the best markets sup
ply nt our well-known CLOSE PRICES.
We cordially invite you to inspect this fine stock in our NEW
BUSINESS HOME, which will open on the 16th of April, 1007.
YEB CHAN & CO.
Welcome To Our New Store
Y0UN0 LOCAL MUSICIANS
TO GIVE MUSICALE
What gi eater pleasure Is thero
than to sit and listen to music an I
especially when rendered by little
tots. How proud 11 parent feels to
think that their child can sit before
1111 audience unci ciileilulii them, and
.vet they themselves cannot play a
single note To this end Mr Hrnest
K1111I announies to tho' music-loving
public! his nnnual recital of the stu
dents of Ills school. The program
will contain excellent selections,
which will hu sulci to lull 111 uveiy
one. The violin cpilntot, composed
of local amateur violinists, has an
0x1 client number and imih who feel
doubtful us to their ability to pcr
foiiu that win Id-fumed opcia, the
ilohumlaii dill," will surely be
stimulated to stall similar organiza
tions, which are so common in thu
r.ld (ountiy. Thu perfoimers, M-s-sis.
Klein, Sam Mann, Ileakbane, Ho
lokiihlkl unci Kiial himself, liuvo'nov
er been heard on thu local stage with
these Instruments, and It Is being
looked forward to with 11 giout deal
ot Interest by our local vlnllnlMs All
then! cholcii musical selections vvl'l
hu given lit thu Young I Intel pavilion
Saturday evening, April -0th Danc
ing will follow.
In the matter or Abigail K. Camp
bell Paiker vs, Abigail K. Campbell
Parker, trustee, 0 nl the demurrers or
Alhe i:. K. MacnulJtio nnd the Knwn
nukoa Illinois weio over-tilled this
JjSJSy-"For Rant" cards on sale nt
tho Bulletin office.
A Breathing Body
Much of the underwear sold' today is death to a natural
"breathing" of the body. This results from its coldness. But
all coldness is removed from the
Otuclil wants a dlvoico fiom her
husband Salto, nud if ho Is guilty o(
nil tho things she chaiges him wlth
It Is not to bo wondered nt that shol
does. She alleges that ha Is In thu J
habit of hitting her with his list, pul-1
ling her hair and kicking her I'm -1
thermore, ho falls to provide for her
end lets her rustle her own food audi
look out for lodging tor hoiscir. I
Low prices at tho New England Oak
a soft, porous fabric. This is done by an entirely original proc
ess nproccss heattily endorsed by every physician.
LET US FIT YOU.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
TORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
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