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EVENING- BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. . MONDAY, MARCH 1C, 1D0S.
New wasn t-anncs
Thi year the wash fabrics seem prettier, than ever be
fore, and we have assembled a collection of the prettiest,
most attractive, '
It is an assortment that you will find hard to match
for beauty or value at the prices we name.
New Wash Voiles
in striped and figured plaids, entirely new effects and col
orings, at 25 a yd,
New and pretty, in beautiful colorings' lavender,
grey, white, champagne, and reseda, at 35 a yd,
New and stylish; colors: champagne, grey, and navy,
20J a yd.
New Printed Batistes
New designs, dainty colorings, fine quality, 15 a yd.
and 0 yds, for $1.
Cross Bar Printed Dimities
In stripes and figures, dainty patterns,, and pretty col
orings. All new, sheer, and fine, at 25 a yd.
In black only; sheer and lustrous; new, 35 a yd.
New Cotton Crepe
For kimonas or drapery; prettiest and most unique de
signs; in bright colorings, extra wide, 25 a yd.
For skirts and suits, right weight, wears and washes
well. In white, ecru, brown, and Yale; extra wide, 20
New Stylish Veilings
The new Square Veils, chenille dotted, in white, black
Champagne, brown, grfy, and green, at $2.25.
The New Hemstitched Border Chiffon Veils
In white, champagne, navy, brown, green, pink, and
blue, at 75 and 90.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
FOR LENTEN SEASON
Salmon Bellies, Smoked Bloaters.
Salt Mackerel, Smoked Herring,
Codfish, Smoked Salmon
All In Bulk
ALSO A COMPLETE VARIETY OF
Fish, Clams and Oysters
IN TINS, AND A FULL LINE OF
, Fancy and Standard Cheese
OF EVERY VARIETY
Henry May & Co., .Ltd.
WHOLESALE 92 -PHONES 22 HETAIL
Columbia Dry Cells
Most Efficient Most Reliable
DRY BATTERY ON THE MARKET TODAY. Automobile Own
ers should insist upon having this battery.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Sold also by E. 0. Hall & Son; Schuman Carriage Cor, Ltd.;
The Associated Oarage, Ltd.; Kahului Store, Mdse. Dept.
A copy of "Kinks, and How To Straighten Them" for the ask
ing at the office of The Hawaiian Electrio Co., Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola- and Russetine
J. A. Gil man, - Agent
Outline Some Plans
Citizens' Rally at Central Union Church Docs Not Draw Large Audience
but Results in Interesting Talki Retention of Present Liquor Law
"I bellevo the present liquor IjUI Is
tho beat we over had. 1 b'elleve th'nt
tlio liquor commissioners have dona
their duty ami that tho old liquor
rliiR has lost Kb power. I think our
llrst duty wilt' bo to maintain tho
present bill." A. L. C. Atkinson,
speaking from tho Anti-Saloon
J. 0. Woolley, tho great temper
ance leader, referred to Hawaii's
present liquor law as tho best to bo
found In any part of America whero
An audlcnco that filled perhaps
one-third tho scats of Central Union
Church responded to the call In all
tho churches for u tempcranco rally
on Sunday evening.
It was nn unpleasant, rainy night,
nnd the audience In sfze Indicated
that the supporters of cold water to
drink may bo easily frightened from
supporting their leaders, when cold
water Is liberally dispensed from tho
home and can drink "wjth modera
tion" to remember tho oilier man
walking down town-behind him who
lias tho curso of tho taste for liquor
upon him and which ho cannot re
rlst. Mr. W'oolloy tookga fall out of tho
Hrcwcry, nnd pictured It as a dU
graco to the community. Ho said It
I working overtime to supply beer
for the boys and men of the Fleet.
Ho also mndo an equally pointed re
mark for tho benefit of tho "cross
eyed ChrUtlnns" who nro trying to
'catch tho cyo of Jehovah " Ho sug
gested that such pcoplo often looked
in so many dlffcicnt directions that
they becomo wall-eyed and their
tears ran down tho back.
Mr. Woolley Is a very Interesting
speaker and has the huppy faculty
of following up his sharp criticism
with a pleasantry that removes tho
stinging sensation without with
drawing any of tho vlrun Intended
fnr hid hnnrnru tf Mr lnr.Hni waca
to give an evening's talk on practical
An InhtUtlon lor
Crt.ol.n. It a Boon to Jk.tlun.il...
In. II not m mor. tffrctlT to brMth. In .
rmlr for gIimim ot tho broothln. organ, than
to Uko tho rfmodr Uto Ml. tomcn)
Cre.otrne turn boo l. lr. MnMrod
trooglv t.ttopttc. ii cnrrlod oTtr ibo dtio4
.urtoa vllb .ttrr briub, llfln prolonged old
coo.tnt trtttmrat. II I. Int.lo.bU to moibor.
will .mm ebiurao.
Thono of a Con
will find lretoilllrUtf
from Ooogbt or Inftamod
Condition of tho thrnoU
Bond jpotUI for do
280 Fulton BUett,
THE GREATEST YET
The meeting was held under tho Christianity ho would undoubtedly
.! I. . A M t I On InnM T on r. in ' lllfinan Ilia nilltlllMA tirll I In Innl.lMM
auspices of tho Anti-Saloon League.
und was Intended to combine tho
evening congregations of all the
churches of tho city. Many voters
Ilcv. Mr. Wndruan mado tho Intro
ductory remarks. Ho said that tha
Antt-Saloon League Is composed of
Intelligent men who do not always
iigreo us to tho details of how death
to tho liquor traffic should bo
brought about. They then agree, to
dlsngreo and all work for temper
ance. At the present time tne united
minds nro made up to do away with
tho saloon In Hawaii.
Mr. Wadman Introduced A. L. C.
Atkinson, who had prepared nnd
rend his brief remarks outlining his
position. Atkinson holds that tho
temperunce movement Is making
great headway. He believes In tho
present liquor law supplemented by
a liberal local-option feature that
applies to tho various voting pre
cincts. Following Mr. Atkinson wag Mr.
Woolley, tho International Prohibi
tionist, and-tho nctlvo workor of tho
Anti-Saloon League forces. Mr. Wool
ley's address was a most Interesting
combination of nppenl nnd good-natured
comment on local conditions.
Mr. Woolley Is a straight-out pro
lilbltlonlstj, hut ho tries to neither
scold nor rant. Ho says tho presont
Hawaiian liquor law Is tho best thing
of tho kind ho has seen In all his
travels through tho Stntcs. Ha
thinks It should remain on tho stat
ute books assisted by tho local-option
feature Ho thinks tho liquor Inter
ests will comblno to cmnsculato the
present law, but ho agrees with tho
statement made by Atkinson that the
btranglo bold of tho Hawaiian "liq
uor ring" has been broken.
Mr. Woolley mado somo telling
comment on tho conditions in. the
town and tho Territory. Ho said he
had noticed a lack of brotherhood in
Hawaii. Thcro is lack of brother
hood betweon tho Caucuslan and the
Oriental; there is lack of brother
hood between tho native Hawaiian
and tho older elcmont; thero Is lack
of brotherhood between tho men who
live on the beach and tho men who
live yn the hill, and a particular lack
of brotherhood between tho men who
live on the hill and tho men populat
ing tho beach.
Ho said another peril of (ho Ha
waiian community Is that so much
of Its good work Is tlono by "paid
workers," "Your preachers aro paid,
your settlement workers aro paid, I
nm paid In a way to muko this ad
dress. You can't bring about a com
plete reform by paid agents." His
idea la that tho pcoplo themselves
must gtvo their hearts, souls and bod
ies to tho work.
Ho called tho attention of tho
south, the young men and young
women, to tho Importance of their
giving a thought to tho young men
r.nd young women less fortunate
than thoy, but with just as good
heart and Just us good brain. He
noted the fact that many havo posi
tions because their fathers or their
unclos will look after them, but thoy
are no better and perhaps not ns of-
flclont workers ns othors not blessed
with equal opportunity. Ho begged
tho man of Buhstanco who has a good
plcaso his audience whllo leaving
them much to think upon.
Following Mr. Wooloy nnd prc
ious to passing the contribution box
Hon. C. II. Dickey mndo n fey re
marks on tho necessity for funds to
carry on tho wnr for local option In
I he next campaign. He quoted sta
tistics to show that whereas Hawaii
headed tho mainland on most every
thing else, from government to tele
phones, It was very much behind tho
times on tha liquor question.
Yesterday's downpour was by far
tho heaviest that Honolulu has ex
perienced for somo time past nnd not
only this city was dirnched, but all
along tho line of the 0. H. & L. Only
tho really religious attended .tho ser
vices at tho different enurches and
not a few of these as well others who
I raved tho storm, discovered that
their chaos leaked. Now Is tho tlmo
to have them attended to; do not
throw them away, as right horo in
Honolulu wo have nno or tho best
equipped and modern shoo repair
shops, whero thoy will repair your
shoes "while you wait," If necessary.
They havo oxpert operators to do tho
work, they buy tho best rolled loath
cr, which makes it moro durable and
pliable, und they are reasonable. He
furo nnd read Vlckcrs' Shoo Hepalr
Shop ad, on page eight.
Should ovcrythlng work well, nnd It
seems likely that it will, then tho
names of E. C. Smith nnd Albert Wat-
crhouso. both of Hawaii ncl. will bo
classed among tho recent Inventors
whoso names nro registered In tho
patent offlco nt Washlncton. Recent.
If a now process of extracting wax
of tho honoy bco from tho "slumgum"
has heon discovered by tho ubovo
named gentlemen, and an application
for a patent on tho process Is now on
Its wny to Washington,
Dr. Phillips, tho visiting bco expert
now In tho Islands, when shown, said
that It was a now and Important dls
covory In tho Interest of apiarists.
"Bltimgunr Is tho trash filled wax
left over after tho first molting of tho
comb has enabled tho gnthororH to
takn off tho find skimmings. Up tin
ill tho presont no way has been do
vised to oxtract moro than sixty per
cent, of tho remaining wnx, tho forty
per cent attached to tho trash having
jo bo thrown away and wasted, lly
tho new process practically ovory bit
of tho wux Is saved,
. i t
Y. W. 0. A. BOOK SHOWER
P. E. R. Strauch
has a fine tract of land
for sale at Manoo,
Valley near car lin.e.
Will make a fine Resi
dence. Area, 1.05
acres. Very cheap,
WAITY BLDfJ., 74 S. KING ST.
Tho committee In charge of tho
program nnd entertainment for tho
Book Shower at Knglesldo on March
17th havo something planned that
you will vote the best over, after you
have seen and heard. As to bookB
ono of tho young women Bays, "Wo
haven't much tlmo to read, so wo
want to road tho best works of tha
different authors." Another, "1
want something to read that will
rest mo when I'm tired and leave a
sweot tasto in my mouth." Still an
other, "I like Homcthlng that while
It entertains leaves me something to
We especially urge our members to
bo present, and most cordially Invito
our friends, Indies and gentlemen,
llrlng a book, money, or neither,
Play First Night to Standing Room
Only and Uproariously
' Tho first night of the I.lllpullans
was ono"of tho record breakers of tho
Orphcum thentre. It Is doubtrul that
tho placo ever held a larger crowd
oven In tho assemblies called for heat
ed political debate. Tho best people
of tho town were there. They enjoyed
It, enthusiastically and uproarious!)
Tho children on tho stago seemed to
enln now Insnlratlun from tho lov of
the audience, so tho program 'was a
continuous round of now stunts a III
tlo better than what went beforo.
Tho Llllpittlnns have never failed
to mako a. hit lit Honolulu. There
aro faw If any of tho old plnjcnt In
this company, nil of which attests to
tho excellence of (ho management,
which secures tho best material to fill
tho ranks depleted by tho advancing
years of bright boys and girls passed
Lcyond tho Illlputlan ngo.
Tho "Kunaway Girl" is a comic op
era full of catchy music that Is well
rendered by tho children. Tho fun Is
bright and In tho hands of such fun
makers is Irresistible.
Master Frcddlo Hclntz Is n wonder
nnd Johnnie Hclntz 1b n very perfect
second If not his equal. Eva Pollard
Is a very pretty girl with n pleasing
volco and nlthnl a finished little act
ress. To glto each member of the
cast his and her duo would require
that each of tho twcnty-flvo young-
Btcrs having prominent parts bo dealt
with Individually nnd Bomethlng uu
qunllflcdly nice bald of them.
Tho cestumlng and oiery detail of
tho staging of tho piece Is attractive
and finished. Tho cast of characters
for tho "Ilunaway Girl." that will be
repented this evening, follows:
Flipper, a jockey
.Master Freddie Hclntz
Quy Stanley, Lord Coodlo's nephew
Miss Irene Llul'ty
Lord Coodlc, u Cook tourist
Muster Teddlo McNamara
Professor Tamarind, a school teach-
er Muster Johnnie Hclntz
Slgnor Palonl, Cousul of Corsica . .
Master Fiank Cherry
Hon. Hobby Ilnrchty, tourist
, Miss i:va Mooro
Mr. Creel, an nntomollglxt, n Dis
ci plo of Walton
, Master Wllllo Howard
M.ooncllo, chief of band wandering
minstrels, .Muster Lcsllo Donaghey
Plotro, his alder and abettor
Master Charlto Donaghey
Santa Cruz.. Miss Mildred McQorllck
(locacclo Master Toney Fordo
. , Master Victor Costclio
i"lrn't Gendarme Miss Ada Hind
Second (lendnrme.. MIbs Vera Forde
Vlvandloro Miss Eileen Perkins
Walter at tho Hotel In Ajacclo ..
Miss Violet Jones
Winifred Gray, un Orphan
Miss Eva Pollard
Allco, Lady Coddle's maid
MIbb Ollvo siooro
Cnrmenlta, ono of tho band
MIbs ivy poiinrii
Lady Coodla Miss Lily Dull
Dorothy Stanley, Lord Coodlo's
nleco Miss Hoso .MclioiucK
Mrs. Creel, on her wedding tour . .
Miss siorio roiiaru
Dolly Dudley .... Miss Doltlo Drown
Maudo Ilrook .. Miss Allco Connolly
draco Arlington. Miss Clara McQorllck
Jcsslo Partninn ..Miss Dora Stoward
Evn Grosvcnor.... Ml Myru unlay
Uallnrma Miss F.thcl Nnjlor
Members of Iitly Coodlo's Party,
Perry Nelson ....Miss ar.icu Perkins
First School Girl ..Miss Joslo Walsh
Second School Girl
Miss DaUy Wilson
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Opposition to tho Polish expro
priation measure, tho principle of
which was ratified In the Prussian
house of lords, continues to grow In
German foreign circles, the friends
of the emperor being divided as to
A public moonlight band concert
will bo given this evening at 7:30 at
Uinma Bquaiu. Following Is tho pro
gram; PAUT I.
Festival March "Anno of Tharan".
"Intioductlon nud Polonulso" Nowlon
llallnd "Allsa Mlno" , No) lor
Clmm! Selection "Anno Iloleyn" .
Vocal Hawaiian Songs...nr, by Hergor
Potpourri "Terpslchoreana" Knppcy
Intermezzo ''Lot's Play Soldiers".
Waltz "1001 Nights" Strauss
"Star Spangled Banner"
Attornoy-OenernI Thompson of
Nebraska announced nt Omaha that
tho decision of tho fcdornl court
against the United Stock Yards com
pany of South Oinahu virtually plac
ed that corporation under the juris
diction of tho Nebraska railway commission.
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