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- EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T 11. TIH'HSDAV. Al'RIt. If, 1007
A Big Saving Event
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY REPLENISH YOUR TABLE LINEN.
i0c quality While Titlilo Diiiiui'k. . .372 yil.
7.'c quality Linen Tnlilo l):iina-k 30 yil.
.$1.00 quality Linen Tiilik Duuuirik 75 yd.
$l.:.0 quality Linen Tnldc l)miuik . ..?1.1S yd.
$1.7.", quality Linen TuluV Damask ifl.lO y.
.1 '(( lihwn; Udjulnr Size,
$1.00 quality ' 75' d..z.
$ 1 .Si." quality 05 do.
$1.50 quality $1.20 do.
$l.7fi quality jjl.-IO do.
$-00 quality $1.G5 dn.
$-'..10 quality ?2.00 do.
$:i.00 quality $2.05 do.
$ l.fiO quality ' 93.90 do.
HFITKIt (5RADKS IN T1IK HA.MK lMlOI'OUTION".
This Sale is for 3 Days Only
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
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THE BAKER REPLIES
when you ask him what kind of Flour he uses
to make his delicious bread and pastry.
( H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
CTu For Sal
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 Y0UNQ BUILDING.
Coffee And Pineapples
19th Day forenoon Session
The Mouse calendar was jn mtj-full
HiIh morning iind tliurc wan work
inough In sight to keep tliu members
tinny all ilny, with 11 strong prnbabll
Ity of a night session being necessary
to cK'.ir tho on lend a I' anil keep tho
House up to ilale.
There were 110 mnltois taken up
tills morning that were or Mai In
lereit, though several of them gnvo
Kanllio ami others opportunity to got
rlil of floods of oratory. Tho two
hills upon which there wax tho nio.it
time spent ami the mint turhiiletit
llooil of worils pottieil out were tho
(offee exemption bill and Senator Mc
Carthys nieasuro amending tho elec
tion law j, Until hills passed after
lung discussion, Kanllio and Knlei
opu were tho principal nratois on
both bills, iuiiI ronKtiineil much tlmo
la fruitless debate. Hughes and Cor
rea struggled for the lights of the
poor man and Kawllns picked out Ju
dicial points and explained them to
the members nut veised In legal
technicalities. Tho Speaker looked
I ored most of the time, submitted
when he had to, and cut short debate
when lie could.
This afternoon the House will re
consider Its somersault of yesterday
over the pineapple iind sisal exemp
Tim Health and Police Committee
eturneil an adverse icport on Ka
lilho's kerosene bill, to Icgulule and
piovldo for the Inspect Inn, testing,
pale and storago of petroleum and Its
piodurts and other explosives. Tlu
"The passago of this bill would
're-ite a monopoly In the oil and fuel
(.11 1 1 mli' We ha too man) mouop-
(.lies here alie.uly for the public good
nnd don't want any more of them
tour eniumitieo has luaincd or- no
lensou why the, preterit law should
1 0 changed, and therefore recom
mends that ronstdeiatlou of this bill
bo Indefinitely postponed."
The report was adopted.
OF ACiRICl'l.TintAl. 110AUI)
House Hill 210, to reorganize the
Hoard of Commissioners or Agricul
ture and forestry, was the first bill
up under older of tho day. This bill
I rov'des for n salaried executive olll-
er Instead of the present honorary
for the public good" head of the
Hoaid. lie is to assume the duties
now csted In the Superintendent of
l'uhlle Works and formeily perform
ed by the Commissioner of Agricul
ture and Forestry. Tho cither inciu
beis of tho Hoard ate to seivo with
Hico wanted to know tho object of
tho bill. "Isn't tho Hoard running
along all right now?" he asked.
Uawllas replied that the subject of
forestry is one that goes to tho Ufa
and prosperity of the Territory and
bhould lecelvo tho attention It de
serves. "Wo have n report from
.lined Smith to the 'effect that the
watershed of Iinnl is worth S100,
1)00. Water is what makes tho coun
tiy go ahead, nnd we've got to pro
tect tho foiests. That's the object
vf the bill."
Itlco objected to paying another
(alary. "Seems to me," he said,
'that we're paying a good man' sal'
riles out thciu now."
Kawllns thought I Ike's points not
vvell taken, and Hindu u few cuustl'l
tcmaiks, which elicited a piotcst
from tho Speaker, who said such
things wero calculated to disturb the
harmony of tho House.
Tho hill was passed by a vote of
21 to 7.
Hire's Joint Resolution 4, provid
ing for a l-iiw Commission of three
mcmbeis to Investigate- the corpora
tion law and report, making recom
mendation for such changes 2.1 they
might Iind necessary or advisable,
was lead tho third time,
Thn icholvn liassed "I to 9. luiuh
ho voted no,
COI'Vim INDUSTRY MM
House Hill 212, to umourago tin
coffee Industry by exempting from
taxation for live years all pioportr
used in the pioductlun of coffeo, win
called up on third rending. Correa
moved It he Indellnltely postponed.
' I'd like to know wheie the poor man
gets out," he said, "If this law pass
es. It docs not help tho poor man
Alio is raising coffeo for home eon
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL REPRESENT HAWAII THIS SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURT8Y OF THE
A newly painted and papered G
roont cottage with modern conve
niences at Puunui nr. Liliha car ter
minus, $12 p, m.
Several good building lots at Ma
li on Valley at a bargain,
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King St.
sumption at all. The bill suja 'thubO
who aro raising coffee for commer
cial purposes.' If j 011 cannot provu
that you hnvo one or two ncres of
coffee, jou arc not exempt from tax
ntlon. It seems to ma the bill Is
brought for the big corporations to
escape the taxes they ought to pay
1 don't sea why wo should pass such
fc bill. V aro here to protect thn
interests or tho public at largo. This
III protects on!) the rich, not the
Knlelopu thought the hill a good
one in that It encouraged tho coffee
grower. "What Is tho use of ti man
I'oliig Into coffee-raising," ho asked,
if ho hns no encouragement? This
law helps; ho will know whero to sell
his coffee. If he goes to work and
grows his coffee and then doesn't
know whero to sell It, he will bo ills
Kanllio favored the passage of the
Mil and proceeded to ti) to wipe out
tiny possibly existing doubts In the
minds of the other tnembets as to the
merits of the measure. "The passago
of the bill would lie for tho benefit
of tho Hnwullans," lie said, "and If
they don't see fit to avail themselves
nf it It's their own fault. Wo hnvo
rxempted railio.idH from taxation:
ivhy should we not exempt coffee?"
Kanllio talked long and about a
cogently as us.11.il
Sheldon thought tho proper way In
encourage tho lofTce industry would
ho to get the 1'nlteil States to offer
n bounty for coffeo.
Kanllio moved to defer action to
3 o'clock this afternoon. Carried,
nnd the hour of debate was wasted
con'ii:iu:nci: committki: on
The special Joint conference com
mltteo on the Hilar) grab bill, llousj
Hill 130, made Its report to the
House, .The following amendments
to the bill as passed by the Senate
Hoost the County Clerk of O'.thu
from Jlilinn to $211111. (live the
County Attorney of O.1I111 127011 In
stead of S:innn. Olve the Oahtt
County Treasurer $21 no Instead of
$21011. Hoost the Kauai Tieasuier
from Jir.OO to SI sun nnd the Deputy
Sheriff of liana from SflGn to JHJhO,
(live the Deputy Sheriff or Wiilmci
?1 ".on instead cf J12U0.
Knlelopu rose to pick a few Haws
in the wording of the report, and Ka
The chairman of the Confluence
Committee, Coney, withdrew the ic
poll for further amendment.
Coney wanted the stenographer's
record In regard to this icisjrt wiped
out. It was so ordeivd
riUJANCV llll.U I'ASSUS.
House Hill 219. making deputy sher
iff tiiiant oinceis and requiring them
to visit each school at least once a
week to seo what children are pluylug
truant, passed third reading without
debate and by unanimous vote.
House Hill 222, to regulate trust
companies, permitting them to accept
uioney 011 deposit and hold the sumo
subject to diafl, passed llilld reading
on motion of Rawlins. The vote was
'iO CONTUH ON SAI.ARY HIM
On receipt of a communication from
tho Senate that that Isidy had failed
to concur In the House amendments tu
Senate Hill 20, the salary appropriation
bill, the Speaker appointed n confer
ence committee consisting of Rice, Ka-
lelopu, Hughes, l'all and Akau.
House Hill 225, authorizing the ap
pointment of fiscal agents by tho
Tieasuier, to facilitate) tho sale, pur
chase or redemption of bonds, was read
the third time mid passed without dis
cussion by unanimous vote.
House Hill 22ii, authorizing the Reg
istrar of Public Accounts to exercise
tho powers and fulfil tho duties of tho
Treasurer in the absence of the latter,
called forth from Kanllio n uucstlou as
to who would bo 1 ('sponsible for thn
nets of the Iteglbtrar. Rico said the
Tieusuier would under his bond. The
bill passed 30-0.
Senate Hill 13, .McCarthy's bill
amending the election laws, elicited a
vigorous piotent f 1 mil Kanllio, who
was afraid It might Injure the chant u
of tho Democrat 1c party and take away
the independence of the voter. "Thl'j
law," he wild, "treats an Individual
like a driving burse. And It obliges
the Democrat or Home Ruler to vote
s his lumi directs. If ho doesn't, he
is II red f 1 0111 his Job."
A further objection Is that the bill
only piovldcs for tluce parties, till
Heprhlleuu, Democratic and Home
Rule. It doisu't leave any loom for
the Civic federation, it takes away
from us certain pilv lieges given us hj
the laws of the Hulled States of Ainer
lea. 1 move the bill he Indefinitely
l'all moved to defer action to May
1. Kanllio graciously accepted tho
Hughes had 11 fellow feeling for the
bill, which, he said, seemed In have no
friends. Kanlho's arguments he did
not think weie miuiuI The Introducer
of the hill Is a member of tho minority
part), and Hughes did not think there
Is a man In the 'ferritin) quicker to
stand up foi pill It) of election laws
than this Senator.
"I think there Is great loom for Im
provement In ny election laws," lie
said "Ijiwh b.ue to bo amended I rum
time to time to keep pace with prog
"As far as keeping any paity off the
ballot Is concerned, this law doesn't,
do any tiling of tho Mud. Tho sample
ballot is merely to show- how the ballot
mi) be made up
"The Mile Intent of this bill Is to'
fclttlllllfl' till, WltltlL' t,t tl.tlll.ill till. I
mistakes that have been made In the
"This Is a good bill, niul deserves to
come before this Ilouni for a vote
(Continued on Page 5.)
When you remombcr tho fact
that the BItt-rs has been curing
sickly people for over 60 years
you ought not hesitate any longci
In giving It a fair trial. Tor cur
lug General Debility, Impure
Blood, Headache, Indigestion, Dy
pepsla, Costiveness, or Malaria
Fever and Ague It U unrivalled.
NEW - TO-DAY
Public meeting A pi It I'l, T p 111
Semite Chamber To discuss Senate
Hill No. Int. to provide for the con
demnation of public and pilvate pio
perty for tights of way for the dis
tribution and sale of water and for
A N IIAYSKI.DUN.
Chairman l'uhlle Lauds Committee
IN TIIK CIHCl'IT C'Ot'RT 01' Till:
I'lrst Judicial ('limit. Tenltory of
I'nwalt. At Chambers In the Mat
ter of thi Kstate of .Mai la Hva Wll-
helm, Hubert Wllhcliu, and CustuV
Wllhcliu, .Mlnots Outer to Show
Cause On leading mid llllng the pe
tition of Henry H. Cooper for the ap
pointment of a guaiiliaii of the prop
el ty of Maria Hva Wllhelm, .Robert
Wllhclni and (iustav Wllhelm, ml
I oih, It Is hereby ordered that all
persons Interested appear liefoie this
court 011 I'rliht). the :tul day of Mav,
A. I). I 'JOT. at 10 o'clock a. m., at
the court room of this court In Ho
nolulu, and then and there to show
eiiusii why a guardian should not ho
appointed as prayed for. It Is fur
ther ordered that notice of this older
lie published on April IS, 2.", and May
2nd, in the Hvenlug Bulletin, u
newspaper published In Honolulu.
Dited at Honolulu, the 17th day
of Apiil. A. 1). HIUT.
(Sgd ) V. J. ROHINSON.
Third Judge of tho Circuit Court or
the I'lrst Judicial Clicult.
Attest: (Sgd ) I, 1. SCOTT.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I'lrst
3ti70 -Apr 18, 2."i: May 2.
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