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All Linen, red and blue checks 15 yd.
COTTON HUCKABACK TOWELING, extra heavy,
15 YARDS TOR $1.00
RED DAMASK TABLE COVERS
Anorted Patterns, fringed, all ready for ute in all'tlzes,
AT 00 1! $1.00 31.25 EACH.
DOTTED CURTAIN SWISS
30 inches wide, 0 YARDS FOR $1.00
FANCY CURTAIN SCRIM
36 inches wide 10 yd.
30 inches wide, all colors , 20 yd.
SNOW FLAKE MADRAS CURTAINS
Very sheer and pretty, in red, blue, yellow and green
stripes, AT ?1.50 pair
VALUES THAT CAN'T BE DUPLICATED,
AT PRESENT MARKET PRICES.
AT Sl.OO Crochet Weave, a good 3-4 size.
AT SI. 50 A very pood quality and large size.
AT SI. 75 An extra heavy Spread, full size, Marseille
AT $2.00 Extra quality, full size, crochet weave.
BETTER GRADES AT 32.25 S2.50 and f 3.00.
JOSHUA DANIEL TUCKER, 33
Ladies' New BatKing Suits
Styles for 907
A NEW ASSORTMENT; ALL SIZES.
AT 92.75 Made of Alpaca, Sailor Collar, and nicely
AT 83.00 Made of Alpaca, low neck, trimmed with fan
AT $1.00 Made of Alpaca, extra quality, in navy blue
and black, trimmed with fancy braid.
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Jsjr- AX PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT C
24 inch LINEN lawn 35 and 40 yd.
30 inch LINEN LAWN fin quality 05 yd.
Extra wide, LINEN LAWN, 45 in., sheer quality. .75? yd
HANDERCHIEF LINEN, fine and sheer, from
75? yd. upward
- N. S. Sachs Dr Poods Co., Lid.
JOSHUA DANIEL TUCKER, 33d Degree.
Things Masonic are not complete In Hawaii without Joshua Daniel Tuck
er, Tyler of the Temple. TucRer belongs to everything Masonic In the city
of Honolulu York Rite, Scottish Rite and 33d degree. He Is largely re
cponslble for Scottish Rite In Hawaii. He knows the work of every degree
end looks after everybody generally. That's why the Shrlners demanded
that "Josh" Tucker should command the rear guard of the Los Angeles pll
Crimage. Among other things Tucker Is the Inspector for the district of Hawaii
for the Grand Lodge of California.
HONOLULU ARAB PATROL
(Continued from Paas 1.)
timl enough elections ntul primary
fights to pinko them nil learn what
Sum Intends to ilo before tlio oilier
fellow starts In trying to ilo lilm.
K. R. G. Wallace, Hawaiian i.ougo
It ado of Honolulu, llelng tlio son, It
Isn't iiolllo for lilm to talk.
Emll Waterman, Hawaiian Lodge 21,
bicws tliu beer nt Hawaii's great an J
only beer fnctory which produces "I'd'
mo". Ills bucr is nil right; so Is h.
W. A. Welbourn, I'nclllc Lodge 822
knows the Rapid Transit system of Ilo-
21, Is connecteil with tlio lutcr-lBlanl noliilu llko a book. It Is tlio bust over,
Steam Navigation Company. Ho husj j. j. Belser, Pacific Lodgo $22, Is
been secretary of Hawaiian I.oJgo 21. now u capitalist, slnco ho withdrew
for uncounted moons, lie has bcniiiom tlio successful firm of contract'
talked of as n candidate for tlio Legis
lature; but ho lives In tliu l'ltlli Dis
trict. Joe McKtnnon, Hawaiian Lodgo 21,
was onco n right-hand man In the Ho
nolulu police department. Tlio Demo
crats got In and bo lias taken to small
Thos. E. Wall, Hawaiian Lodgo 21,
Home decoration not in har
mony with other npjwintmeuts
won't go in this century of re
finement, Yott ought to advise with men
of experience men who have
made a study of home decora- Uj
lsHHsH " - " TsB isssk A m III ssb BllH BbI I sssssfljsvl
I' JuCSSm1' B I H
THE HOME DECORATOR
PHONE MAIN 488.
TRADE BOOMERS S S SIGNSf T" "M " "
crs, Lord & Ilelser. Ho laid most of
Honolulu suwers nud built many of It)
wharves. Ho probably will do more
before ho docs less.
Clarence L. Crabbe, Hawaiian Lodge
21, is written all over tlio political his
tory of Hawaii. Ho managed a suc
cessful campaign for Governor Cnrtor
ns chairman of tlio Territorial Itcpub-
ls tlio majority end of tlio stationary Hcnu Committee. He has served as
houso of Wall Nichols Company. Ho ' president of tlio Territorial Senato nud
Is nlso a Major In tlio National Hilar 1
i.ud was captnln of Company II In tho
day.: when thero were lovulutlona In
In now said to bo out of politics, l'or-
Imp; lio Is and then again.
Billy Hellbon, Hawaiian Lodgu 21,
has gained fame In moro than ono
J. Lando, Hawaiian Lodgo 21. Is tliu pthlotlc stunt and managed tho vlcln
proprietor oi muiiuih i" fiuiuuw
stores. Tho thing that pleases lilm
most, however. Is that his boy wan
ono of tho first to represent Hawaii nt
ii it it .' it ii it "' ' '''
: A. Choice Roast
fa Pleases every one. We can please you by furnishing you
j. that kind rt 16o per lb,
THE GORE T
Beretanii, Alakea and Union)
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
foods and save you money.
Uelers in STOVE WOOD, COAL andfclNDLlNGS.
Storage In Btiek Wtehotjse, 126 King St.j Phone Main 58
rloiis beef-enters among tho baseball
fans. Ho Is much to tlio trout In boat
It g circles and a factor In tho fraternal
tlfo of tho community,
L. C. Ableo, Pacific Lodgo 822, bet
ter known ns "Lorn", ralsos chickens
that net their owner $0.25 each In
tliren moutlis anil u half, besides fur-
I ribbing eggs for the tnblo nnd for sot
ting liens. He lias been In Honolulu
'many years nnd still has a first-class
deputation In I ho business life of tho
I city. Ills only fear Is Hint ho will shy
i v. lion tho street-cars go by fast.
J. S. McCandless, Pacific Lodgo 822
I1 "Jim" McCandless to most uveryona
In Hawnll. Ho Is ono of tlio McCnnd
less Ilrothcrs now building a now block
for Honolulu. They hnvo nindo monoy
nnd friends In Hawaii, and Jim Is far
f I oni being tho least popular of tliJ
Percy Llihman, Pacific Lodgo 822,
Is ono of tho living young business
men. Ho has been a leader In nthlot
Ics. Ho doesn't talk much, but ho li
OR. CHA8. B. COOPER nlwnys on tho dot when needed.
Dr. Cooper is Delegate of Aloha Tern- j John Craig, Hawaiian Lodgo 21, Is
pie to the Shrine Conclave at Los An- ono of Honolulu's lending contractor,
oeles. He Is a member of Pacific Ho Is nlso a member of tlio Territorial
Lodge 821, and the higher York Rite Hoard of Immigration engaged In try-
degrees. He Is a prominent factor lu li'g to Americanize Hawaii
Turkish Bath and
At Hotel Baths
SIX YOUNG LADIES WILL RCPRE8EHT HAWAII THIS SUMMER
ON THE MAINLAND BY COURT8Y OF THE
the medical fraternity of Hawaii, hav
ing represented the Territorial society
at National assemblies.
H i? it
tho U. S Annapolis Naval Academy,
graduated with honors and Is now In
tho service. Mr. Lando Is a leader In
tho Odd Follows.
Stanley Stephenson, Oak drove.
Lodge 216, Is tho author of S. S. Signs
nil ovor Hawaii . Ho doesn't say much
but lio thinks 'it wliolo lot nud Is al
ways thcro with tlio goods.
George Angus, Pacific Lodgo 822, U
ono of tho rising oung business mon
of tho city, and Is head of n department
lu tho big commission house of Thoo.
II. Duvlcs & Co.
George Martin, Pacific Lodga 822,
ir.akcs clothes tlio kind you llko to
wear. It Is n question whether ho or
tils father docs tho leading tailoring
Charles B. Hall, Hawaiian Lodgo 21,
frlls lu tho list of young men. Ho has
hold most every prominent Masonic of
fice worth having, nnd that tells the
tlnry of how ho stands In tho Terri
tory of Hawaii.
A newly painted and papered 0-
room cottage wtth modern conve
niences at Fuunui nr. Liliha car ter
minus. $12 p. m.
Several good building lots at Ma
noa Valley at a bargain.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg., Room 1, 74 S. King St
(Continued from Pegs 1.)
feeling was very woll shown 1y
emphasis with which cuch of
Bpenkors pronounced the word "dam."
Consideration of tho bill, which con
tains nu appropriation for tho comple
tion of tho dam, was postponed until
tomorrow, in tho hopa that tho roport
of tho commltteo will bu received by
A number of bills wero put through
ll.elr final passage none of them be
ing of any great general Interest. Cot
ridcratlou of tho Governor's veto ol
Houso 1)111 147, tho Incomo tnx exemp
tion nionsurc, was again postponed.
HOUSE 18 COMPLACENT
A Senate bill enme down from tho
Senate and passed flrst reading by ti
tle. Tho bill Is n dupllcato of Itawllm'
nmbulanco bill, which passed third
leading In tlio House on Saturday,
Tho I oubo voted to concur In tlio
Senato amendments to Houso mil 191,
pioviding a sinking fund for tho re
dominion of Territorial bonds.
Houso 11111 207 was also roturuod
from tho Senate with amendments, tu
which tho Houso concurred. The bill
Is Qulnn's slphon-botllo mcnBuro.
Houso Hill 214, relating lo licenses
for public shows, came back from the
Senato with a material amendment,
making tho annual license $100 Instead
of JCO a month as In the original bill.
Tho House was In an ngreenblc frame
of mind nnd concurred In this nmeii'l
NO OFFICIAL- NOTICE
Sllva presented a petition signed by
many voters nnd taxpayers of tho
Fourth and Fifth Precincts of the
Blxth District, asking for nn npproptl-
ntlon of $2000 for tho Eleclc hospital.
Hlco stated that tho House hud al
ready acted on this matter, having
granted tho Klcclo hospital $1200, and
ho did not Beo that anything more
tould bo done. Ho moved tho petition
be tabled. Sllvn agreed nud moved
that nil reference to the petition bo
expunged from tho records. It wag so
A SWELLED APPROPRIATION
Tlio Commltteo on Public Expendi
tures re)ortcd favorably on Houso
lllll 217, authorizing tho repayment of
money wrongfully collected for licens
es to sell Imported goods after tho
Organic Act took effect, and appro
priating money therefor. The report
wns adopted, cnrrylng the bill through
rccond reading. Tho original amount
I In tho bill was $S00, but It has been
swelled out to over $48,000 by the ml
dltlon of a largo number of items.
TO PAY MAKA,
Tho Lands Commltteo reported on
Houso Petition SI, from R. Maka,
claiming $2E00 damages for land taken
by tho Government for the widening
ot Ueretanla Btrect In 1900. Tho com
mltteo finds thnt tho facts stated In the
petition are true, nnd further that bo
fire tho bubonic plague fire destroyed
all tho buildings on the lot, Mnka was
lecehlng $45 a month rent, whllo now
ho gets only $25. The claim Is con
rldered reasonablo and tho commltteo
t (.commends that $2500 for its payment
bo Inserted In tho special appropriation
bill. Tho report was ndopted.
Tho Lands Commltteo nlso reported
on Houbo Petition 50 from Kakanko
icsldents and taxpayers, asking for an
appropriation for the construction "f
u sower on Halekauwlla street, and
ecommended thnt an Item for $1200
bo Inserted In the Lunn Appropriation
Mil for tho construction of tho sewer
NO INFANT ASYLUM
On recommendation of tho Educa
tion Commltteo tho Houso tuUu-1
House lllll 140. to crcato a board of
trustees of tho Hawaiian Infant Asy
lum nnd to prescribe Its powers nnd
duties. Tho commltteo felt that the
Territory Is not In u position nt pros
tnt to appropriate money for tlio w-
tnblishmcnt of such nn Institution.
Tho Agricultural Commltteo recom
mended the pasongo of Houso Dill 19C,
to promote provldo for and regulato
cheap and proper transportation by
land and sea of fresh fruit and other
freight from certain points In tho Tor
rltory to tho Pacific Coast. Tho com
mlttoo recommended certain amend
ments to mnko tho law npply to the
whole Territory Instead of to certn'.y
districts. Commenting on tho bill, tho
commltteo says It Is ono of tho most
lmportunt,yot Intioduecd ..i fie House.
Its objects being to prumoto tho liuoi
i-fts of tho "small man," tho fruit
growers nnd others generally, ns well
is tho wolfaro of tho Territory at
largo. Tho commltteo bulloves It Is
elso an aid nnd encouragement to tho
various dlvcrslllcd Industries, many of
which liavo been exempted from tax'
Tho roimrt of tho commltteo was
adopted. Tho bill carries an nppropil
ntlon of not to exceed $50,000 annually
for 10 years.
Rico's Houso lllll 234, defining n tax
ation porlod, nnd Intended to supply
tho missing clnuse which wus ono oi
the Governor's reasons for vetoing the
Incomo tax bill, was tukeii up In spe
cial order of tho day and passed final
Tho Finance Commllleo recommend
ed thnt Hoiish lllll 200. making spec
ial appropriations for tho use ot mo
government of tho County of Maul
during the two yearo ending Juno 30,
1909. as tho subject matter Is moro
fully covered by Houso lllll 236. Adopt
CONFIRM MAUI I10ND ISSUE.
Houso lllll 23G wus then taken up
on final reading.
This bill confirms the resolution of
the Maul Supervisors authorizing the
Issuance of $110,000 worth of bonds.
Pall wanted to amend the bill. Rice
took It that It was none of the Legis
lature's business. The matter was up
to tho Maul Hoard of Supervisors nnd
the House ought to confirm their ac
tion. Pall thought It all right to
change the bill, so long us the amount
was not Increased.
Rico said tho title of tho bill said it
was to confirm thu resolution. It waB
up to the Houso either tu confirm the
action or not to confirm It.
Kalclonu aerced with Rice, to make
any chanco would be to kill tho bill.
Pall withdrew his amendment, ami
the bill passed third reading.
TWO VETOES I1V CARTER.
Two messages from the Governor
were received, vetoing two bills.
Tho first veto was that or benaio
Hill 04, granting a franchlso to certain
persons for tho manufacture, distribu
tion, sale, etc., of electric light and
power ut Walluku und clsewhoro on
This being a Senate Dill action was
deferred until Wednesday.
Tho second veto was of House lllll
139. relating to hunting with firearms.
On motion of Con en action on tho
messago wns deferred until tomorrow
A Breathing Body
Much ot the underwear sold today ii death to a natural
"breathing" of the body. Thit reiultt from iU coldnen. But
nil coldness ii removed from the
a loft, porous fabric. Thit ii done by an entirely original proc
en proccti heartily endorsed by every phyiioiau.
LET US FIT YOU.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
SlMgMJi.il ULI I LJ L.J !.
vide for tho manufacture, mainten
ance, distribution und supply of elec
tric light and power within the dis
trict of Lahntnn and elsewhere on
Maul passed second reading.
Pall moved to tecouslder tho action
on Senato lllll 9, which had been de
ferred to April 27. Carried,, und the
lllll was placed on the calendar for
later lu the day.
A DAM HOW.
House Hill 215, making special ap
propriations Irom tin- Iian Fund, wns
on the calendar for consideration by
Committee of thu Whole.
Rawlins protested strenuously
against taking actio., before the re
port of the dam conimltteo hud been
received. The Speak ir btiggested that
Engineer Schuyler might bo called be
fore tho Committee, but this did not
satisfy RawllnB. "The engineer's rec-
Scores Bill As Wrong
In Principle And
Senator Dowsclt this morning filed
his minority report as a member of
the Wnys nnd Means Committee, rec-
od'atlon's? hcValdro icVthV ??!M ' "
whole thing. I don't want to vote on
that bill before I lieu, the entire report
of tho dam committee. I wuuL tu hear
both sides of tlio matter,
any condemning to bo done, I wnut to
hear both sides of It first. '
Sheldon hud been bobbing up trying
to get a hearing, finally he burst out
uugrlly, "Mr. Speaker, 1 havo been on
my feet half u dozen times und ad
dressed J on. w mil to bu heard on
this dam cubji ," and lie emphasized
"dam." I vu o know nil about this
dnm subject, . I 1 want to go up und
beo the dam. 1 don't want tu tnku
any hearsay on the dam subject."
Thu Spe.iker.pioteBted ngalnst any
lurther continuance, but the bill was
finally deferred to tomorrow.
Consideration of the Governor's veto
of House Hill 147, Inci easing tho In
como tax exemption from $1000 to
If 1 COO wns taken up and Hughes moved
that the veto be not sustained, Shel
don changed the wording to make It
iu uverriuu mu veio.
Rawlins protested ngalnst any nctlon
nt this time. He said he was In favor
of overriding the veto when tho prop
er time came, but u bill had been
passed by the Houbo and bad gout, to
tho Senate, to fix tho taxation period.
If thu veto wero overridden without
that bill bemg passed, thu Territory
would lose ten times $15,000, und bo
strapped for the noxt two years. It
thu Governor fjilled to sign tho bill, It
would then be up to lilm
It Ice took tho ground that tho Houso
hud passed the bill und hud douo Its
duty. Tho bill had gone up tu thu Sen
ute, and ho could heu no reason for
deferring nctlon any longer. Ho
thought thu Houso ought tu tuko u
stand, so thu Senate would know
whether thu vctu wus to bo overriden
Rawlins stated that tiro Houso had
lug his reason ub follows.
Tho main purjioku sorved by tho
granting of pensions, when considered
tJ ' !!. il 'xa forming part of tho compensation ot
ii inero is ,, ,.,...,.., a,..i.,,..,Ii ,u ,,. ,,ni. u.,rti.
I persons tu the service and to secure
I good nnd faithful work from such cm-
plojees during the term of service nec
essary to entitled them to n pension.
nils bill Is constructed on different
principles, and as It Is not clear that
tlio new pilnclplcs are bound your
committee cannot recommend its pas
sago In Its present form.
rho desire to secure the ncnsluu
which a person has partly earned by
sumo jenrs of service, nud which will
lio lost If the bervlco Is not continued
to thu end of the period, will help to
keep n person lu n service, and thu
fear of losing n pension, which will bo
lun If n person Is discharged from a
service. Is an nddltlonal reason for
continuous good service These ends
uru not us well attained where the
person, who may bu entitled to the
pension .contributes to the fun, which
contributions ho or she has tho rlcht
to havo refunded on being discharged
irom tliu service, a relit, however.
that stiangely enough Is not given by
tho bill to a teacher either lu good
standing, who merely wishes to eeaso
contributing, or to one who voluntar
ily retires. Here is nn uttempt to re
verso tho conventional ending of vir
tue icwnrded, und without any reason
tor tho change.
The contribution by the teachers of
one per cent of their bularles Is s.) in
blgnlfleniit that It is an element of
weakness, Inasmuch ns It will do little
to swell the fund from which tho pen
blous will bo payable, yet It Is enough
to confer on tho contributors rights
which would havo to bo regarded, nnd
encourage, the bellow In ninny thut
uuch contributions aro all they need
iiutYiiuti niuicu umi uio itutisu mull.,,, !,., ,twli.. , , . . ." .
passed appropriations based on Hie' " fBf " ' Si""1 ''
Territory's Income, a part ot which Is
derived from the incomo tux, und ho
bought tho House ought not to Jeop
ardize that Income. Ho assumed that
tlio Senate Is a body ot Intelligent men
who would understand tho' reason tho
Houso had passed the bill, that tho
Houso wanted that $1000 Incomo tux
exemption. Ho moved .that action be
deferred until Wednesday afternoon.
Senate Hill 9, relating to taxation.
educational nnd Judicial districts, was
called up. Itlro objected to action bo
lug taken before the members had had
tlmo to Investigate It fully
In proportion to Its slzo the horse
has tho smallest stomach ot any
Houw lllll 238, to authorize and pro-
the Bulletin office.
cards on sale at
man who laid ucldc no moro than one
per cent ot his Income ngalnst old ago
wuwii not escape ooing called thrlit-less.
Tho "other souires or means duly
nnd legally dovibed by thu Board or
with their roiiFcnt" might Include
luauc, fairs, theatrical performers and
other qucstlonublo means of rulsing
money which may bu tolerable In the
tose of charitable Institutions without
an endowment, but would not bo a
dignified menus for a aovernment to
resort to for providing funds for Its
old and fnlthtul seivnnts.
This bill Is wrong In pilnclplo and
contains provisions somu ot which uio
futllo nnd others that shock the con
science. Your committee therefore recom
mends thut the bill bu laid upon tho
For Wat Column See Page Sli
Singlo furnished room by ono gentle
man, near end ot car lino ut beach.
"L," Bulletin. 3073-lw
Mary A. Kalnwala asks the court
for a divorce from her husband, Henry
Knlawala, charging that lie Is unkind
and cruel to her, that ho had driven
her from home, nnd that, although a
rtroiiR and able-bodied man, ho Iiib
failed lo provide u living for her or
to furnish her with tho comforts, and
necessities of lite.
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