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"An honest tale speeds
best being plainly told."
The&Hanan Slaoe is constantly
t making conversions from the old belief that
C Jl Clinn'miirf- f- mcrin in rnrltv in fit nvnnniilil
t jiytiiiuji ut uiuui iuujuu tu mi iiujjciij
. Hclnerny Slice Store
ilMTiMft I I
The Doctor Will
invariably order the nervous person to stop drinking coffee and
tea. He knows that these beverages not only have not the least
nourishing value, but contain poisonous alkaloids.
In their stead, he will re commend a glass of beer vifh meals.
It has been appropriately called "Liquid Bread," as it contains
one-fifth of a pound of dry substances in every quart: albumen,
Salts and Phosphates, and Extract of Malt, which last is a pow
erful aid to the digestion and a tonic for the sick, convalescent,
and feeble. With meals, a glass of
Crockery Department of Lewis& Co., Ltd.
Ten and Coffee Cups, Saucers, Dinner, 8'de and Deceit Plates, Vrwh
Dishes, Cassorolea, Covored Ulshos, l'ol Howls, Plotters, Cream and Sugar
J lifts, Bunco lioits. Also
FINE TABLE GLASSWARE.
Lewis & Co., Ltd., '
Now 45 ; before 75o
NUUANU BELOW H0T3L STREET.
Wc have the best there is. It is
better-kept than any other, is more
tender, and has more good qualities.
Our business h providing families
with the best.
Public Hearing Held Jn
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. Feb. 21. 1908
NAW.n Oh STOCC
; Brrwtr & Co
r.. r;iitniun Co ...
Haw Com & Suj: Co .
Hawaiian Sugar Co ..
tloiimmi Sugar Co . .
lloiiokaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Suyftf Co ......
Kaliuku PlanUttnti Ct
Kllinh. iuaar Co....
McltryrleSnaar Co ....
Oali. Sucar Cn ......
Onotn! Suirir Cn ...
Ortola'Sugar I'liM Co
(at,!igar lo un .
O'owa'u Cn ....
1 Wahau Sugar I'luiil Co
l pacllic ugar .miii...
The public hearing on tho subject
of tli Walalao street car sclcdulo
wus held by Uovcrnur Kre.ir cster
duy afternoon, nearly tin ce hours be-
t Tlir dewitcd to tlin matter, which wim I I'aln fljntuiiMi Co
then left In an unfinished stnte, mid I ri.r"MHlCot?:::
will be continued lit mother hearing I y,!l?,',lc !?
. , . . w. V'!lllcUftuga, Co f..
Oil llCXt Tuesday lit 3 1). m. Tlicr-J ' Vim,i.Lhii.i C-j.
tt-nrn tirnennt of ilm .nnoflntr I. Toti. 1 N almra Sugar Mill Co
, ,...K v, ...v....n ... ...... MISCELLANI-OIK
ney Pock, picsldcnt. and C. 0. Hal- loitr-hian.is:mNCo
iontyne, ninnagcr, of the. Honolulu "i7 t ft L ri pS
Hon KTK I. Co Coin
Mutual Tflrplionc Co
Nilillcl RuUnr Co., ,
mwinmii-'gyJiMw i i i. wm n ", J wi !.
- mmrmwm m
I - LIVE LOBSTERS
I CooRed In any style
I and well served i
rl S -v t m
J Scoity's 5 fec J
OPP. Y0UNQ HOTEL.
Ilapld Tranalt & hand Co.; C. W.
Ashfoid, Wndo Wnrren Thayer, C.
II. Dickey, W. M, Mlnton, V. h.
Howard and Allan Herbert, of n com
inltteu apiiolntcd at n public meeting
of the Walalac, Kill null; I ami l'alolo
The matter was talked over by
Mr Peck and Mr. llnllontync, ropro
rcntliiK the trcct car company, and
by a number of residents of the Wal
ulno section. Wado Warren Tlinyrr
opened with his views on the leKnl
jHpcct of the matter, prefacliiR his
urgunient by the statement Hint what
the committee requested was that
t ho Governor should taho no action
in regard to npproliiR the schedule
submitted. The Wnlalau line Is the
only through line having cars as far
apart as twenty minutes, l'lgurcs
would be presented, Mr. Thayer said,
to show that such an Infrequent ser
vice was entirely inadequate. If the
Governor signed approval the only
tceoiirsc left would bo a mandamus
"What do you propose to do If 1
do not appioe this bchcdiite?" tho
"Simply lcae the matter in statu
quo," Mr. Thayer answcicd. "The
Jlapld Tinnslt Co. went into court
with the proposition that It had the
absolute) right to 11 tho xchedutu. if
tills schedule In approved it will lnnU
11 doubly lutrcl for us to secure an;
improvement. AVo nslc ou not to
tie us down to tho pieseut sched
ule." Mr. Dickey produced n flnanclnl
cstimnte to show Hint an additional
car would not bo chargcahlo with
the SCOT, that the company had said
It would tost.
Mr. Ash ford thought that as tho
company had laid Its tracks on Here
tunl.i street against tho wishes of the
lesidcuts, it was tho duty of tho com
pany to glvo a reasonable service.
Hu did not bcllovo tho courts would
say that the Governor's approval
would establish tho reasonableness
of tho schedule, but that It would
bo held a matter to bo Inquired Into.
They would ho seriously prejudiced
by the executive approval In any fu
ture proceeding In tho courts.
Mr. Thayer read n statement pre
paied by Km II A. Hermit, tho absent
committeeman, showing the crowded
state of tho Walalno cars morning
and evening. In tho morning there
was, In eight days noted, a minimum
of Si and n maximum of U7 coming
into town. From flvo to eight pas-
tengeis were ohscrved standing.
From town In tho uvcnlng, on seven
dnrj, tho numbers in tho car ranged
(loin "C to 100 and twlco as many
as 25 wcio Btandlng.
W. I... Hownid opolio of the Incre.iEO
ot ti utile that had ensued upon the
change from tho 30-mlnuto shuttle
car between Hawaii Junction and
Walalao to tho 20-mlnuto schedule
on establishing tho through route to
l.illhn street. One-third of this trav
el was on other Hues andometlmes
ho started walking and found it not
woith whllo tnking any car. HeM
denta of Hcictnnln avenuo wero very
pleased when tho line was made a
Mr Thnycr, In nnswet to a que
timi from Governor Kicar, said they
wero not threatening litigation, but
elmply asking him to leave tho sched
ulo Irt nbeynucc.
L, Tenney 1'eck presented tho Itap
Id Transit's side of tho matter, his
arguments in tho main' being that
the tralllc on the Walalao lino does
not Justify n 10-mlnuto service. Ho
held generally that there wero no
good giounds for tho request tliut
the Gcr. tiinor refuse to sign the tub
mlttcd schedule. Mr. llnllcntyno
was thu last speaker. Ho suld the
company would havo established a
thiough iri-mluutu service If It had
nut been hlcicked by tho l.tllha street
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Hon I! Si MO,'..,.
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lUw Tcrh pt
llnw Tr i ii(,.
Haw Co't i uc...
O. I'et5ti A Kcl Co
rltikti Mlfwr Co 6 C
I Urn Oiicli (o ,
Uiter Ditch Cii.
I(a Stitrxr (n 6 ii r... '
lllloK kCo Cmi b pc
MOM K 1 HkLUOpC
NanuKU I'.am 1,0 o p c
Oahu Sugar Co 5 pc ,,
Olaa Sujiir Co 6 i C.,.,
Pi I PlaitUtlon Co ,,,,
rim.efr MlIICo 6nc.
WauluR rl-Co $pc
irur)ii n v.u nor
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Sales Session: 27 Olaa, 13.25; 10
Oahu Sug. Co, $23.73.
Notice No session tomorrow, Feb.
22. 1008. Washington's birthday.
Latest sugar quotation 3.73 ce.-.ts or
574.C0 per ton .
SUGAR, - -
9s II l-4d
ffiJri h tbJw&m
0LLE.GE MEN and
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS,
as well as business
men of all Kinds and
positions, find Hart
Schaffner & Marx
clothes just right. We
show styles to suit
The new Spring styles just In.
Elks'Bld.King St,TeI.65 1 H
LQL AND mWl
Today's Bulletin Want ads will
help you solve the place to live quen- i
If YOU are low spirited take a bracer.
TRY n glass of
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Depaitment
Member. Honolulu Stock and Dond
WILLIAM Wll IIAMSOV. Mainei, .
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
New Lines of Ties, Belts
Snioldug Jackets, Batli Robes Just In
!! Principal Smtr of the Honolulu Si
U High Srhool apprarcd before the Si
tt McKlnlcy .Memorial Committee Xi
S jeeterdaj afternoon and present- ::
tt cd a jilan for tho dlsjiosal of the n
t: McKinley Memorial fund which it
i was received most favorably bj :;
H the eommlttee although lwthlng St
St definite haa been done. :t
t! Mr. Scott's plan to to havo n J!
K bust of President McKlnlcy tt
it placed In the entrant o of the ::
tt new High School. The archltcc- tt
t tn re of the building adapts Itself tl
tt most ac(cptabl to ouch a feature, tt
tt The bunt or etattin would not be tt
tt expensive and would leave enough tt
tt money for a memorial window tt
tt Then at there would probably bo tt
tt ftnther money Mi. Scott suggests it
tt that It be used fur tho llbraiy of tt
t, tho school. Finally he would tt
tt complete the good work by nam- t!
tt In? tho school the McKinley High tt
tt School. ti
tt In furtherance of this plan t:
tt Mr. Scott drew attention to the tt
tt many memorial high ccliooU of ti
tt tho mainland and the fact that tt
tt tho school memorial was qulto tt
it tho proper thing on general prln- tt
tt ciples. He then noted tho fact tt
it that President McKinley started it
St in aa a poor hoy and always had i
tt a particularly wurm vpot In his ti
St heart for tho public fthoob and tt
tt all Institutions that better tn- t;
tt abled tho boyn and glrU of the t:
tt land to equip themselves for life's Si
tt battles. tt
ts The plan-pppea'el cry ctrona !i
tt ly to tluiie present and It Is ho.icd Si
tt that the M.KIuliy High School SS
tt may bo the Milullon of the miiih St
tt vexed rjiioitltm of tho ho4t mo- .".
tt morlal for tho martyred Piesl- tl
tS dent. tt
tt tt tt tt tt ti ss st st tt si tt tt tt ti tt tt
Last reason thcro was a fashion of
arranging ruffles on the4 bottom of
ultlrts that were raisod on tho two
pldcw; now they are ret on high In tho
ftont. In n point. nomo reaching as far
as tho l:nei where they gradually der
cend to tint hem. covering It In tho
l.aclc. Large drop oriiamentn or hand
tonio bov, t of libbon hold down tlf2
point In u pretty way Tho arrange
ment In n graceful one, hut -should only
Auto at hack-fare. Tel. 405.
Kent Fionklln cars, StUd. SOils.
To enjoy a ride right, ring up 290
lor Quluu'g Uulck. A
King up Scotty's when yen want a
good auto ride. Phono 107 -
New Irish nnlnt ami alcnclcniios
Putnam Health PIIIh make rich W
blood 5Pc. a package. Try them. j)
Whitney Marali have a window ' rk
full of new and dainty nprlng fabrlc'3. 5?
Bulletin Business Office Phone25t5. j'
Bulletin Editorial Hoom Phone 185. P
Just arrived, Hallwood Cash Resit- $)
Take your carilago or automohllo
to Hawaiian Cr.rrlago Maufy. Co. for
up to-dato repnlrn. j
The new S.irlng lines In drefn auJ '
liouktholil cjod?, millinery, and rady
to-wear garmcyits havo -Just arrlxcil
K. W. Jordan Jiave now on alo n
nnv Ety'e of McCall lalestwaUts. pat
t.-nif. Alto the material fflr making
Members from the three local lod
ges, Knlgths (if Pythias ''III attend
rvlc,cr. In a body, at the Methodl.n
church tomorrow evening
The latest Spring designs In mill In
t ery will boon bo on display at Mist
I'owcr's Millinery l'.irlorn, Dpston
building. Fort St Miss Power P on
her return from thu IJaat
&. L AM IlEa JoL
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co., 'eeSSSSSSSSSS
You can get it at the bar or by the
VJ" f- ti
i Iron Fence
Hawaiian Iron Pence and Monument Works
MEXT TO VPUNO Dl.DO, 7S-t80 KINQ BTneCT.
re be &
There Is n return to tho roso rotette
for hat and dress trimming, and these
ire not nearly so illlflcult to manufac
Hue narc the genuine rosettes. Tho
material is cut on the bias, then fold
ed around anil around, beginning In
the middle, until ono reaches the do
lrcd al Sill;, satin, gauo ami chif
fon nro appropriate materials and in
addition to being used us hat trim
ming, evening frocks are most euc
icssfully decorated with them They
catch alt.t drapery, hold lato llounces
and. sometimes llnlsh tho onda of rib- bo Httemnted by it tlfght and t nil, girl-
uun isiruncis. ibii iigurc.
It In said there will be Hime side
stunts Interpolated Into tho lines of
ono or two of tho actois who tuo
part in the production of thu Aiali
Inn Nights, and, us they tiro to bo
tli-lcll) local, they will bo amusing.
There nro opportunities In the toxt
for tlilu sort of work and they will bo! A
taken advantage nfi
Maul tonti lbutc.4 to tho props but
In u licit manner Mr. Adams will not
divulge. It is evident, then, that
Maul has something besides lli-.le.i-kcl.i
that Oahu cannot pioduce. The
list of propci ties Is u long one, but
they will bo within leach at tho
light time. Tho play goes better
eveiy ttuio It Is rchcaisccl, and the
humor of jeaterday Is exceeded by
that of today. It seems to bo a cre
ation that will grow cm ono mid nut
bo tiresome, for the players are very
clever and they rcalizo what Is ex
pected, and keep things humming
Hum rlso to full of tho curtain.
Mrs. V. M (iriih.im Is responslhlo
fur the production mil tu tier should
gu tho credit for at leaBt tho Idea 'jf
having fcomethlng good at this tea-'
mn. Tho rehearsals, howeer, nro
entirely In charge ot Mr. Adams. j
Society matrons will no doubt take '
a uecp iiueicsi in mo uiaingnr pio-
tented by l)i'. and Mis. Iluinphrls. ,
Uelng society pcoplo and great favor
ites, their ft lends will bo anxious tu
ico them again cm the stage. The'r
.tppeaiiiuces In tho past has been tho
Mgnal fur a lush to tho box iilllco,
anil history will bo lepeatc-d un this
The box plan nf tho Opera House
Is now open at Wall, Nichols Co,
Ltd . and thuso who h;ie not already
engaged their heats should do bo
without delay. Reserved places one
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A FINE TABLE WINE OF EXCELLENT BOUQUET
by nil wholesale nnd ritftil wine and liquor dealers and by
all taloons. TRY IT.
Lncilcs Wtilst Pattern
One of AlcCall's tspeclals
. Tho shoulder teams nro practically
tho same, the JnnniiMu effect being
(till greatly In vogue. Skirts are
mure close fitting, otherwise similar,'
and so tno modes that prevailed last
winter nrci h nn means out or dale
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Also materials to mttlce It up .at
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