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EVENING nUU-ETlN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY. MARCH 27, 100S.
White Easter Dresses
For Children and Misses ;
sizes, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, and
14 years old, all at prices
to effeot quick clearance.
All ready to put on for less
than the cost of material.
LOT 1 Two styles, made of fine lawn, some plain
tucked, others trimmed with embroidery. SALE PRICE
d . . . . ; 91.90.
m LOT 2 Made of fine India. linon, nicely trimmed
F with Valenciennes Lace and herringbone stitching. Sizes '
0 to 10 years. SALE PRICE .....? $2.25.
ft " LOT 3 Made of fine India Linon, trimmed with fine
embroidery. Sizes 4, G, 8, and 10 years. SALE PRICE..
t LOT 4 Made of fine India Linon wilh yoke of em
m broidery, prettily trimmed with embroidery and insertion.
Sizes 8 and 10 years. SALE PRICE 3.00.
d LOT 5 Made of fine French P. K., trimmed with
Cluny lace. Sizes 8 and 12 years. SALE PRICE. .$4.00.
'a LOT G Made of Point de Sprit Net, trimmed with
d dainty baby ribbon and neatly tucked, very pretty. Sizes
I 6, 8, 12, 14. SALE PRICE ?5.90.
LOT 7 Made of fine Pin Dotted French Swiss. Yoke
9 of Valenciennes Lace, dress prettily trimmed with lace in-
U scrtion and mcdalions. Sizes 10, 12, and 14 years. SALE
1 PRICE 8.00.
Has Good Prospects
Senator Hale Talks ,0n
National Need '
WASHINGTON, D. C. March 20.
The Khlp subsidy LIU wan imsseil by
Hie Senate toihiy. It pnn to IC-knot
vessels plying between this country
nnil South America, the Philippines,
Japan, Chlnii and Australasia $4 per
"Hut I taUo It thu roaMm h to Im
press tho Knit, thu Orient, with iiur
power, i:cn llnglancl ai-r kpiuIh
Mich nil enormous lleut about tho
world. Hence I r'nnrliulu the vojngo
tins been undertaken for the beiicllt
of the l!iist, to linpicss everybody
with It an tho Fleet noes along."
Hut without auxiliaries, hu said,
tho Fleet could not Impress tho tui
"Is there nny doubt," nsKeil Tol
ler, "Hint every nation known our
nntu strength ns well as wu7"
"Tho Senator must nil; tho 1'iesl
dent." lespumted Hale.
"I do not liclleto It Is necessary,"
said Teller. "The exhibition Is "py
mile, the umount nwnidcd by tho ncl',,,b,y ,U)l lmlc for I(Henco ,,,;
tit 1S91 to tcssols of twenty knots I Aglllll(.a Il3 ,, u American Con-
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N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY BACK POLICY
A Pare Dinger Ale Ferfectly Flavored Soda Water Any
CONSOLIDATED SODA WbRKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Just about half priceto reduce stock
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Those two words mean that Alpine Milk is thoroughly ster
ilized; that it is evaporated bv a hygienic process; that there is
absolutely no chance of its becoming impure from the time it is
milked from the cow till the can is opened by you. The fine
Natural Flavor and Quality ate enhanced by the special evaporat
ing process it undergoes, making
the purest, best, and richest of all milk,
Ask your Grocer for it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
It will now go to the House, where
there is a good chance for its pas
sage. One result of the bill will be
that the Oceanic Steamship Company
will be able to renew its service to
New Zealand and Australia. ."This
bill is very important to the Pacifio
Coast," said Senator Perkins, today.
"I have been much interested in its
passage and feel that it is a great
thing for American commerce."
Amendments woro adopted provM
ingtlint If two or nioro HncB of
stcnmshlps ply from Atlantic ports
to South America under tho provi
sions of the bill, one lino shall stop
nt two ports south of Cape Chailcs,
and stipulating that no mora Bhnll
bo paid for subsidies than Is received
from such service by tho Government.
During tho consideration of tho
measure Halo made n spirited plea
tor an auxiliary navy, declaring Hint
without auxiliaries our Navy Is de-
i.cntlont upun foreign countries and
that In cute of war wo would bo
When tho bill was laid before tho
t'ennto today Senator llacon proposed
in amendment providing thut ono of
tho subsidized mull lines on tho At
lantic Const should touch at two
ports south of Capo Chnrlcs in or
dcr to piumoto tho trndo In cotton
Roods, lumber nud nuvnl Btores, now
cupplled by tramp ships, which do
not bring a return cargo.
An amendment was proposed by
Ncwlnnds for tho creation of n com
lilttco consisting of tho Secretary of
the Navy, tho I'oitiunster (lenernl
mil the Secretary of Commcrco nnil
Labor, to provide fur tho construc
tion of twenty-seven vessels, nt a
"ost of ns many million dollars,
ivullnhlo as auxiliary vessels for the
Navy, nnil to be usoful to let out on
now lines of transportation on terms
.ntlsfuctory to tho Government,
s'ewlnnds' amendment pcrved to elicit
.1 uotublo speech from Scusltor Hale,
.-hulrmnn of, the Committee, on Naval
Affnlis, Hu spoKi) of tho great need
for additional auxiliary ships for tho
Navy, but said thoy should be pro
vided for In tho naval npptopriutlon
Halo said thcro tvoro with the
American Fleet on Its way mound the
world only nine colliers of our own.
whllo tboro wero twenty-eight for
eign colliers. "If there should bo
war no Government would nllow us
to uso ono of these colliers, and with
out them our magnificent Fleet
would ho ns useless as a painted ship
on a painted ocean," ho asserted, In
measured hut emphatic phrase,
Mala said that tho American Fleet
was tho iTiost magnificent anil for
midable squadron of ships nny nation
had ever put on tho ocean. "Hut,"
Senator Hale declared, "tho people
do not rcallzo how helpless this Fleet
Is without colliers that are not liable,
to bo called away In a momont of
need by foreign Governments."
"If there should be," ho said,
"'oven a monaco of war, I do not
hnow but Ihat every neutral l'owcr
loprcsontcd In these ships would bo
tompolled to withdraw them from
I ho Fleet, and wo would be hung up.
Something must bo' done," ho ml. led,
'In this entirely neglected field, tliat
we have In a foolhnrdy way rashly
abandoned In tho past."
lle spoke of tho voyage of tho
ricet "as a spectacular exhibition
Intended to affect our .status at
homo and In tho Orient.
"Certainly not with Kngland, nor
Germany, although for four or flvo
ears the danger of war with Ger
many was exploited as n reason why
wo ..wanted moro ships," ho said.
SKAI.KI) THNDKHS will be re
ceived by the Superintendent of rub
lie Works until .11! in. of Saturday.
Apitl IXtli, fur the const ruction of n
one-room neliool limine nt OlounNl.
I.ali.ilna, Maul, T. II.
l'l.ins nnil specifications on tile In
the ofllce of Superintendent of Pub
lic Works and Mr. A. Waal, School i
Agent, I.nhnlnu, Maul.
All tcndeiK to bo on bl.inl.s fur
nished h the Superintendent of I'ub-j
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works lCHorvcs the light to reject
i.ny or nil bids.
' . .MAltSTON (!AMPIIi:i,I
Superintendent or l'ulilli Works.
Honolulu, Muich 27, 1908.
'1.1 II ' !T V I I
Senator llurkctt said iho condition
existed now, as It did In tho Spanish
war, when there were many auxil
iaries which could have been recuted
If tho Goternmeut had cared to pay
tho necessary price.
Tho wnr with Spain," Hale sug
gested, "was n war with n weak
country on our own const. It was u
tery different tiling from a war with
Halo declared thnt nil ho had snld
wns well known by every foreign
On motion of Scnnlor Galllngcr,
nn amendment to the bill wns adopt
ed providing that If two or moro
l.nes of steamships me established
between tho Atlantic potts and South
American ports, ono ot them shall
t.top nt two ports south ot Cape
Chnrlcs. This was n substitute for
Senator Il.icon's amendment requir
ing Hint such stops should bo made
oven If thcro should be a single line
established to South America. An
amendment by Simmons of North
Carolina wns also ndopied, providing
that tho totnl expenditure, for for
eign mull service for toy year shall
not exceed tho estimated levcnao
fiom such ship.
vAu amendment offered by Halo for
Lodge wns adopted, by which the voi-
rcls of the larger class will heni.iflcr
lecejvc pay for .carrying mall similar
lo that provided for vessels of tho
second class under tbo existing law.
Senator Cluy offered nn ninend-
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
UNION FEED CO., LTD.
At tho Aumtnl Mertlm: of the rnlon
iVed'Compnn, Ltd., held in this illy
this 2Slh day ot Murch. 1008, the fol
lowing namqd gentlemen were ole'etc d
ns Oltlcers and Directors., foi the cn
Kiiliig year, tlz.
Mr. Geo. H. Robertson
President and Director
Mr. Geo. Rodlek
Vice-President and Director
Mr. F. W. MaeUrlane
...Manager, Treasurer and Director
Mr. F. Klamp Auditor
Mr. F. Walter Macfarlane. . .Secretary
Mr. E. D. Tenney Director
Mr. J. P. Cooke Director
P. WALTHIt UAClAltLANK,
"Reviewing the situation from tho
advices received by tho Inst mull, 1
uinko out that by tho end of Septem
ber there will be no visible raw su
gar supplies," lemaiiu-d a business
man this morning. Ho Is credited
with knowing tho sugar market us
well or better than nnyone else In
town. "It seems to mo tho demand
will uso , up all tho raw mitral a In
right and we shall then know how
large tho 'Invisible supplies' mo."
"Where will the price of sugar go
then?" he wns asked.
"Let someone else tell J on that
mnnt in Hin bill lirlm-lni? wlHiln tlin
police powe!s ot Slates mid Tcrrltoi-' . JuBt l,of,,ro ,,, cxniain ,03c for,tl,e
les all contiol over Intoxicating llq-' Ktfcoml "ct "r "U,u M"'"""' I1
uo.s after such liquors have been ll,' Manager Pol nn announce,!
brought within tho Stntes. Clny "' tllu audience Hint ho had been un
made an Impassioned speech In fa- l,le ' arrange for accommodations
tor of prompt art Inn on tho subject "" "10 J """ '""' """ ro,lbt'-
of prohibition by Congress, so Hint 'Hiently, his company would remain
Elates might exercise their poll.e J cro " i''"' eiigugemeni.
When seen Immediately after the
nnnounccmunt, Mr. Pollard could not
powers In order to niiiko effecllto
their nrnhfhlMfin bivvtl
-- i ,.,...,.. i , .,.
Senator (Inlllngcr said ho would Bil i""'i"' J" w '" ' "-
1,1. .rln.l l ,,.... In Im fvn, 'f llm ' tellSlOIl WOlllll )t. Illlt Stilted tllUt
i there would bo nt least three extin
m.t Im niiPrnriBd m, i.., Hi.i.,i.in... nd Tuesday evenings. Today's mat.
.....,... . ,..,A,i 1... l. f .!.. t)..
iiiii iiuaii niiiiuiii. ill i hit iinnuiii ncii" ,
ntor. btit snld such legislation shoubl lierforinanccH.
Tho bill was then passed without
I). P. R, Iscnberg received a wire
leVs telegram this noon stating that
tho Mongolia passed Hlcolo, KnunI, at
7 o'clock this morning. Tho steamer
wns sighted off llnrbci's Point short
ly after 1 o'clock.
Tho Senior class of tho Knuiehnme
ha schools will glto a concert nnil pro
Kent a theatrical performance nt thu
Illshnp Hull, on Saturday oveulng,
April 1 til. Messis. Stanley and C. I".
Livingstone will take part In tho concert.
lieu and tonight's performance will
bo "Floradofn," which will also be
given Saturday night. There will bo
no matinee tonirri'rnw.
If the company can secure first
class accommodations on the S. S.
Alameda, which sails Wednesday,
April 1st, thoy will do so; if not,
they will have to remain till April
10th, nt which time tho Hongkong
Mnnt sails for tho Coast.
Tho musical opera, "The Mlkudo.'
was enthusiastically received l.tt
night by tho usual crowded hnute,
mid tho announcement that the Lil
liputians would remain for mi extra
season was the signal for prolonged
applause and nn Immediate swoop
upon tho box oKIco to secure seats
for the additional plays.
P. E. R. Strauch
FOR SALE 400 acres of Laud at
Konn, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way tics ready for marketing. Price
?12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
MISS EMMA RUNTZUJR
a pretty face, a good flguro, but
sooner or later learn thnt the
healthy, happy, contented woman
Is most of alt to bo admired.
Womon troubled with fainting
spells, Irregularities, norvous Irrita
bility, bacliucho, tho "blues," and
thoso dreadful dragging- sensations,
onnnot hopo to bo happy or popular,
and advaacomant in either homo,
business or social Ufa Is Impossible.
Tho causa of theso troubles, how
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hara's Vcgotablo Compound made
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ut onco upon tho organ ufltloted nnd
the nervo cantors, dispelling effec
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toms, Noothor medicine in tbo country has rocelved such unqualified
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Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Krama Rnntzlcr, of 031 Stnto St., Scheneotndy, N. Y., wiltcs:
"For n. long time X, wns troubled with a weakness which secmod to
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of a cuso similar to mine cured by Lydia I-. Pinkham's Vegetable
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benefit received. I am eutlroly well and feel like a now prnon."
Lydia Ii. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is the most successful
remedy for all forms, of Female Complaints, Weak Hack, Falling and
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paring for childbirth and tho Chun-roof Llfo.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Wnmin miffnrlnr from nnv form of fcmalo woakncs-l aro Invited to
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Big Linen Sale See Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00; 11x11 . $ .OUpcrdoz.
$ .75 per doz.
$1.50 per doz.
, $1.10 per dot.
. .$2.C0 per doz.
$1.50 per doz.
$2,25; 0 in. ..$1.50 per doz.
$2.25; 11 in. ..$1.50 per doz.
$2.50; 12 in. . .$1.75 per doz.
$3.50; 14 in. . .$2,50 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$3.50 : 24x24 $2 50 per doz.
$3.00; 22x22 $2.25 per doz.
$2.90 j 22x22 $2.00 per doz.
VALUE. ' SALE PRICE.
$2.00; 72 in. wide $1.50 a yd.
$1.90; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.40; C8 in. wide 51.00 a yd.
S .75 ; CO in. wide $ .CO a yd.
$ .50; CO in. Vide $ .35 a yd.
? .40; 54 in. idc $ .30d.
$1.00; 58 in. wide $ .03 a yd.
I $ .C5; 58 in. wide $ .50 a yd.
J VALUE. SALE PRICE.
I $2.50. 22x22 . ? 1.75 per doz.
i $1.25; 18x18 . $ .75 per doz.
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There's no rasping, grating noise with the Edison ; it runs smooth
ly and noiselessly. And thai Dure of sound Edison found a
way to eliminate it.
The records arc cheaper; there is no changing of needles;
the machine lasts Ionccr, nnd ccsts less than any other first-class
Phonograph. Call nnd hear it at
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