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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIURSDAY, APH. n. 1908.
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We luvvc just opened the awcllest nnil most beau
tiful line of
WE HAVE EVER SHOWN. f.if
Elegant Princess Models
Made of soft mulls and fine organdies trimmed
with double-thread Valenciennes lace, or fine embroid
ery. Some hand-embroidered; the most stylish gowns
of the season.
THE BEST VALUES IN TOWN.
Long Silk Gloves
in White, Black, and colors, double tips, extra heavy
silk ?1.75 A PAIR
Glace Kid Gloves
elbow length, every glove guaranTced, in Black, White,
Brown, and Tans ?3.50 A PAIR
Suede Kid Gloves
in Black and White, elbow length; a guaranteed glove,
at ?2.50 A PAIR
Beady to Wear Veils
AT PRICES THAT WILL INTEREST YOU.
CHIFFON VEILING, hemstitched border, in Light
' Blue, Pink, Navy, Brown, and Grey. . .35 A YD.
Chiffon Auto Veils
3 yards long, Light Blue, Pink, Brown, Navy, and
Grey, at $1.50 EACH
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
The Gas Light
The Electric Light
These are the stcp3 in the development of the lamp,
and a marvelous growth', it is. Ave you using the latest
nud best light, ELECTRICITY? If not, consult without
Hawai'an Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. 0. BOX 144.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Gilman, - Agent
Several Excursions Are
Being Planned From
Secretary Wood hnH prepared tlui
following report which ho will unb
uilt to the Promotion Committee nt
the meeting this afternoon:
Our mall by the S. H. N'lppon Mnru
was the heaviest wo have iccclveit In
boiuo time, practically every Stale III
the t'nlon being lopicsentcd. Them
were upwards of sixty letters from
different leading inlhvny and steam
ship passenger agents, somo thank
ins us for data sent, otlieis asking
for additional pamphlets for distri
bution, several expressing their In
tention of visiting Hawaii at the
earliest possible opportunity and nil
signifying their desire to be of ser
vice In advertising the Islnnds.
Mr. Diinnnn, general passenger
agent of tho Pacific Coast Steamship
Company, writes, "Wo hope you will
nlways remember us when you send
out anything, ns It wllMio cheerfully
received. He suro amfliend enough
for our different agencies to tho
north. It will ever bo our pleasure
and tliolts to serve J6u."
The city passenger agent of tho
Rock Island Hallway at Hot Springs,
Arkansas, writes, "I beg to acknowl
edge receipt of your advertising mat
ter, which I will get our threo dally
papers to mention und will bco that
It gets Into the hands of a number off
The ngent of tho Itock Island lino
at Des Moines, Iowa, writes, "We
have some business from this section
to Hawaii and tho matter you have
sent will cnnblo us to better describe
your beautiful country to thoso mak
ing Inquiry "
Tho agent of tho Southern Pacific
Railway at Portland, Oregon, writes,
"Hope to bo able to visit Honolulu
soon. Wo aro sending over passen
gers each steamer from this section.
Those who hnvo returned speak In
glowing terms of Honolulu and Its
Mr. August Wolf of tho Chamber
of Commerce of Spoknne, Washing
ton, a regular correspondent, writes
that It gives him pleasure to con
tinue directing people our way and
sends word that Mr. T. C. Jackbon,
the "Mule King" of llutto, Montana,
accompanied by Mrs. Jackson, has
concluded to mako an extended vlett
Tho editor of "Motor Talk," pub
lished nt Detroit, Michigan, In ac
knowledging tho receipt of photo
graphs of tho Kloral Parndo, writes.
"Tliu pUtures uro certainly very at
tractive, and coming to our offices
when tho snow Is whirling Itselt
ngalnBt tho windows and whistling
down tho alloy-ways. It makes us en
vy jou of tho warmer climate. I
hope and trust that sometime In tho
near futuro 1 may visit "Hawaii, tho
lleautlful." Tho photographs sent
will ho used in April "Motor Tulk.'
Tho editor of "Motor," published
In Now York, writes, "Wo wero very
glad to get yuurs of March 7th Und
tho Interesting photographs of the
loccnt Floral Parade. Wo nro plan
ning to uso these photographs In our
Mr. Charles W. Ilomlck, general
manager of tho S.in Francisco Call,
writes, legal ding u special excursion
to Hawaii, that owing to tho expect
ed arrival of the Fleet, It will be Im
possible to Intel est tho pcoplo for
the present, but during tho summer
months ho believes tho plan can bo
worked out and will then glvo care
ful consideration to our suggestion.
Secretary Wiggins of tho Los An
geles Chamber of Commerce writes,
under date of March 28th, "At this
picsont moment, Mr. Raymond,
manager of tho celebrated Raymond,
Whltcomb Kxcurclons, Is figuring at
nuo of our desks on nn excursion to
Honolulu. How wo coma out with
It, you will bo Informed later. One
of tho great troubles has been the
chartering of a sultnblo steamer."
i)r. C. Ii. Caven of lllsbee, Arizona,
who was in Hawaii about n year
ngo, writes unucr unto oi aiarcu
27th, "Having become familiar with
jour cfllclcnt nnil excellent methods
of promoting tho Interests of Hawaii,
and being one of a committee of tho
Illsbco Hoard of Trade, to prepare
pamphlets and folders on the re
sources of our district, I would ap
preciate your bending us snmplo cop
ies of your lltcraturo that tho com-
mltteo may become familiar with
The following ndvnnco Informa
tion as to cast-bound excursions for
190S will be of gencrnl Interest. Ex
elusion tickets will ho sold ns fol
lows from Pacific Coast tcrmlnnl
To Atchison, SOO; Chicago, J72.-
50; Council Illuffs, JOU; Duluth, .
$7'J.C0; Kt. William. $00; Houston,
$00; Kansas City. $00; Lcavonworth
$00; Memphis, Sfl7.r,0, St Paul,
$":!.. "0; linltlinoru. $107 r,o. Wash
Inglon, $107. r0; Philadelphia, $108.
SO; Mlneoln, $00; Minneapolis, $711
SO; New Orleans $07.50, Oinnlri, i
$00; Pacific Junction, $0ii; Peoila,
$0!i.2S; Sioux City, $c:i.'J0; St.
Joseph, $00; St. Uiuls, $07. SO; Hos
ton, $110.50! New York, $108. SO.
Above fares nro for tickets going
nnd returning via direct routes.
Rates one way over Shasta route
will take same nrbltrntiles as for
nine months' tickets.
Sale Dates April 29. ISO; Mny 6,
After suffering for seven years,
llilHWoninitvyui restored tolit'iiltli
by lijdlu 12. lMiiklmin'H Vegetable
Compound. Head lier letter.
Mrs. Sallie French, of I'aiicnunln,
Iwl. Ter., wiites to Jhs. I'itikluuii:
" I had female troubles for seven
years was all run-down, and so ner-
f -..1.1 ..... .1.. nnettittir Tlin
VUII7I M. ClIUlll IIU. uu .. ...... k
13, 14, IS; Juno U. 10, 11, IB, It) I doctors treated mo for liferent troubles
n.,,1 'l Itipluulrii' lulv fi 7 f uui am me nu goou. iiiuioiu ui
nnil ii to in inciusne, ,iuiy u, i, .. T ,,,., ,,. m. i i,i,nm ,,- ml.
28, 2D; August 17. 18, 21, 25.
Limits doing transit limit, ten
days. Final return limit, ninety
dajB from dato of sale, except that
on May 0 and 7 tickets will be sold
to New York with final limit of four
To other points tickets will bo
sold ob follows:
Denver Fnrc, $55; sale dates,
Juno IS, 1C, 30; return limit, 90
days; account, Credit Men.
Colorado Springs Fare, $55;
sale dates, July 1, 2; leturn limit,
90 days; account, Demoncratlc Con
vention. Pueblo Fare, $55; sale dates, Sep
tcinber 14, 15; return limit, October
21. account, I. O. O. F.
Oklahoma City Fare, $00; sale
dates, May 13, 14, IS; return limit,
90 days; account, llaptlst An'v
Dallas, Texas Fare, $00; sale
dates, July C, 7, S; return limit, 90
dnys; account, 11. P. O. Uks.
vim. nml frviU l.vdln 1!. Plnkham's VeffC'
tabic Compound, and I am now strong
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lytlia K. Pink
hnm'a Vegetniilc Comiiouncl, iimilo
from roots and herbs, has been tho
standard lenicdy for female ills.
aminos positively cured inruisaiiusni
womenv ho have been troubled with
displacements, lnllammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities.
periodic pains, backache, that bear-ir.jt-doi
"Why don f yon try it?
Don't hesitate to write to Sirs.
Plnlthimi if tlicro Is anything
about your HirU-nesK you do not
understand. Slio will treat your
free. No woniitii over regretted
writing her, and because of lier
vast experience slio lias lielpeu
thousands. Address, xjjuu, iiiu.
SOLD THI SWEEK:
And another Runabout and Touring Car that are on the way
arc already spockn for.
Come and place your orders early.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
OF THE WORKMAN'S ART
EVERY ONE OF OUR
Tho vaudeville show has niado a
hit with tho theator-goers. as every
body In touch with the Ulllputlans
had predicted It would. Last nights
thow was considered by many to bo
tho most entertaining of nny that
havo been staged during the present
engagement, nnd the record for flor
al tributes was smashed, and n new
mark set that will Inst for somo time
unless, as Is moro than probable, It
Is broken tonight.
For there aro few companies that
could rouso their audiences to
greater enthusiasm thnn was dis
played during last night's show. The
songs, dances, skits, nnu uunesnuo
bits wero nil well received and heart
Tonight, the friends of tho little
nctors aro planning to turn out In
force, nnd there will probably bo an
Interesting scene when they begin to
demonstrate their approval of tho
Lllllnutlans and their acting, that
will. In Itself, bo well worth
price of admission.
The Truth About
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PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors nd
Snshes Boucht and Sold.
KING ST.. PALAMA JUNCTIuW.
SALOON is right close to the theater,
where you can get the Best of Every
thing to drink.
P. E. R. Strauch
Wing Wo Tai & Go
941 NUUANU ST
FOR SALE 4G0 ceres of Land at
Kona, Hawaii; good for Tobacco,
Pineapples, Rubber, Grapes, Etc.
Lot of valuable Ohia trees for rail
way ties ready for marketing. Price
$12.50 per acre. Splendid Opportu
nity for Investment.
When tln-re l u pale, pnnty complexion
that 1htIim In uplto of Olet nml cirofitl
iL.imv nc uhi.n thirn In nhVRlcnl wcnlt-
ni'RH that lllumlio.- UKlntM me usual (nut-
infill. Ill" klilnos are lo no luimvcuii. .
I'Wl oflili iliwii people Willi Klilney
.llu....Ui. iinf Mill.. Witt.
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Inittcntl r iimnim m ui i.y.u-iii .
nlbiun.ui. MtnrrlH'K nnil suitars lli.it our
riKxl n-lrnm-K II" Inllnmul klilm-ys u
lUtt llivtii. mid l'-l" illscliwo Ihcm In
tliu llmliuttluii-t uiiiisoil. The imllcnt
Brims weaker nml wenkcr. nml as tlm
klilneys urn not s. nsltlvo thorn In ui
ally no pnln. nnd them nppears to lu mi
tiiuso for llui imillmiM wenknesH. In
B,.oi. .ou.... n ifHt for nllmtni'll nuy
(IIw'Iohu n siroiiK lx'rcentnitn uf tlm
tlrriiKtli uf the f.wxl In tlio eliminations
uiumeil, but, as niininun enn noi " -'
anil Is only illlofU throuitli chemical
twits, tlio patient, unless he Is In tnu
liunils of n physician, often I ma no llnti
an his illlllculty. and thousands of mull
cases Krow uiiHlttlnuly Into tlio sup
poneil chronic. Incurnlile stngi'.
In tlKHM casis l'"uHon'a ltMinl Com
pound acts ileilnlii'ly, but nulto slowly,
for tho Inllamin.itlon Is usually of con
i(i..r.ii.li Httimlltiir nml normani net. As
In the other cons of Inll.inimnllon of
tlio kldnejn Mtilli.il Works linvt) noiu
Im, l.nt .It.., find svmnlomntla treat
ment, Ixitli of which havo proven futllo
in tlw.un rhiAiilf. P.LSt S.
Am iiitoii' Heii.il Coninouuil rt'iliit'cs
tho Inllammntlou. tlm albumen will b;
founil to Imi Bndunlly iK-crensliut and
rt col cry slow but iletlaltu In uuout Sf
ptr ctnt of nil cists.
Lltermnrf m.iut'i iit-e.
JOHN J. FULTON CO,
Honolulu DniB Co. fort St.. mu our
solo local nKPiits Ask for lil-Monthly
llullctln of late nroi erics. (is
Washington, March 21. Repre
sentative Coudroy of Mlssouil
thinks ho has discovered n uso for
former Presidents of tho United
Stntes. "whoro tho knowlcilgo nnd ox-
porienco gained hy them whllo in of
fice will continue, to no at too com
mand of tho nation."
In n hill Introduced today Mr. Cpu
ilrey provides that all ox Presidents
bo niado honoinry llto members or
tho Sennto nnd compensated for their
torvlces nt J25.000.
Mr. Coiidr'ey says this' solves tho
question, "What rhall wo do with our
ex-I'rcsldents?" and provides a sal
ary siilllclent to maintain them in
comfort without having to fnco tho
Ameilcan Idea of opposition to civil
The Onliu Asosclatlon will he In
f.osslon for four days heglnnlng Fri
day, April 10th. at tho Knllhl-Moana-lua
Church, Itov. W. K. l'oal. pastor.
At this meeting will ho gathered the
lopresentatlves of all tho churches of
this Asosclatlon nnd of tho missions
connected with tho Ilnwallan Hoard.
As tho churches represented uso va
rious InnKuaces. provision Is made In
this program, for the drat time, fur
mcotliiKS of tho dllTeient nutlonalltle.
In scparalo sessions, for tho presen
tntlon nud illsrusslon oi the topics as
signed. At a subsequent hour nil will
meet in tho same room and tlio main
points of tho papers wtll ho translated
into Hawaiian, Kngllsh, Chinese and
Tho program for Friday will ho as
10 a. in. Hymn, prayer, H. K. Poe
poe's address. Words of welcome. W.
K. l'oal. Preparation of Itoll, by
clerk, II. K. I'nepoo. Appointment of
Committees: (1) Program, izj rtu
tlons, (3) lteiiorts of Churches, (I)
11-11 :.1 Sermon by tho new secre
tary, Itov. W. II. Oleson.
11:30-12:30 Paper. "Our Chuichea
and Itcform Moi omenta."
12:30-1 30 Noon meal.
1:30-2:30 Mutual reports on the
topic of tho morning fiom thoso whu
piepared papers In tho roieral Ian
2:30-1:00 Ilegnlar business session.
4:00-5:00 Sunday bchool busluvsi
G:00-C:00 Kvcnlng meal.
0:00-8.00 Iluslness meeting of tin
8:00-8: 30 Hoi otloual exerclFes.
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