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. BVENWO BnLLETW, HONOLULU, T. H WEDNESDAY, MAY C, 1908.
SPECIAX SALE of
Ladies' Beltand Bags
White Silk Tailored Belts'
SOME PLAIN' SOME EMBROIDERED.
20o and 25c BELTS 156 50c BELTS 256
30c and 35o " 206 6O0 and 65c BELTS 356
Black" Silk Belts
TAILORED EFFECTS AND OTHER STYLES.
40c BELTS ....256 1 90c... BELTS ....60e
65c... , " ....356 $1.00.... " ....056
75c " ....506 I $1.25.... " ....756
Colored Silk Belts
Stylish Tailored Effects and Other Styles.
50c BELTS ....206 I $1.00.... BELTS ... .GO
65c " ....356 $1.25.... " ....756
75c " ....406 I $2.00.... " ...?1.00
Black and Colored
A VARIETY. OF STYLES.
20c BELTS ....106 I 75c... BELTS ....406
25c " ....156 90c... " ....50
60c " ....256 I $1.00 ..." ....056
$1.50 BELTS WITH BAG ATTACHED 90
AMERICA AM) JAPAN
WASHINGTON, D. C. MAY '5. A GENERAL TREATY OF ARBL
TRATION BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN HAS BEEN
SIGNED. IT COVERS EVERY CLASS OF DISPUTE.
Leather Hand Bags
In all styles, all colors, and different shapes, ALL AT
75c BAGS ....40 I $2.00 BAGS ..91.25
90c " ....006 I $3.00 " . .31.90
$1.25 " ....756 I $3.50 " ..$2.00
$1.50 " ....90? J $4.00 " ..?2.75
SOME SLIGHTLY IMPERFECT.
75c BAGS ....356 I $2.00 BAGS ....756
$1.25 " ....506 $2.50 " ....90
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
IT THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY I
Clarence W. Macfarlane
Still Stocks '
In the Magoon Block
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White and
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE-hhat Japan was working night ami day
CIAIiTY. to fortify Formosa and to complete a
Washington, April 17. Representa
tive McKlnley today announced that
the Senators and Representatives
fium California liavo determined not
to press a bill for the exclusion ot
Japanese fiom this country at this
session. He made this statement
nftcr a talk with tho President at the
White House today. Ho declared,
however, that the hill would ho taken
up nt the beginning of the next session
and pressed to a vote In both brunches
"And then watch out," ho said. "Tlip
Japanese will resent legislation of this
kind and I presume wo will bnvo to
get busy. lint the people, of the l'a
cltlc Coast who hao had the experi
ence with tho Japincso do not pro
pose to have them continue coming to
this country ns they have been In tho
"I think It Is true that few Japan
ese arc coming to the United StntCL
now. The Japanese Government Is
refusing to glvo them passports and
what immigration we are halug
comes principally from Hawaii. Ho
long as tho government keepq them
out tho feeling on the Coast and In the
West will bo all:icd.
"When the gates again aio opened
and immigration starts with a rush
tliero wilt bo a revival of tho bitter
feeling against these people. This
will bo followed by exclusion legisla
tion by Congress and then '
Mr. McKlrriay says tho President Is
continuing negotiations with the Jap
anese on this subject and (lhat one
reason leglsratlon Is not pressed is
that tho administration had declared
that It would Berlously Interfere with
diplomatic negotiations now under
way between tho State Department
and the Japanese foreign office.
Washington, April 21. It was mado
clear, in the course of tho debata on
tho naval appropriation bill in the
Senate this afternoon, what hereto
fore has been a state secret, that the
administration entertained gravo fears
of serious trouble with Japan when
the fleet of battleships was ordered to
tho Pacific Coast, and that this step
was tnken by tho President Simply to
prepare tho country for any emergen
cy which might arise.
It developed further during tho dis
cussion that while the Senate will not
consent to glvo the President tho four
UUllllDllllO niltlll J1U I1UO VVVil lllftlllft
It will Increase tho appropriations for
coiners anu auxiliary snips; uisu su
far as tho Senate Is concerned thero Is
to be no backward step toward the
policy of keeping the United States
second in the ranks of tho great naval
powers of tho world.
Senator Culberson, the minority
leader, was tho only Senator who crit
icized tho amounts spent on the navy.
Even Senator Halo, who has an estab
lished reputation ns the one Senator
who nlnays disagrees with everyone
else and who always looks upon the
dark and doubtful sldo of every ques
tion, admitted that tho arrival ot tho
licet on the California coast would
doubtless result In great good to the
country. To maintain his reputation
as a pessimist, however, ho added
that it would probably nover be known
whether tho good accomplished would
balanco tho cost of the cruise.
Many ot the Senators endorsed tho
policy ot the Uxamlncr, which pro
vides that tho fleet now In the Pacific
waters should remain and that a now
fleet should bo built for tho Atlantic.
Senators Lodge, Boveridgo, Money and
Bacon agreed that the United States
must have two great fleets, one on tho
Pacific and tho other on the Atlantic
const, in order to bo prepared for any
Tho question of tho posslblo war
with Japan was brought up during the
discussion of the appropriation for
colliers. Senator Money referred to
the belligerent attitude ot Japan dur
ing the school question In San Fran
cisco In which Jnpanebo children
ero barred from the public schools.
He refer) ed to tho Btidden, manner In
which Japan attacked Russia and to
the fact that Japan was now dispatch
ing a fleet to tho coast of China.
He referred next to tho position of
tho United States In holding the Phil
ippines and Hawaii and to the fact
great naval base on the Island within
a short distance of the Philippines.
"Under theso circumstances." he
said, "we most not draw back this
time. Wo cannot adopt a policy ot
holding down appropriations for our
navy or standing still In thu construc
tion of new ships.
"So long ns wo continue to hold the
Philippines, so long wo must accept
our full responsibility. We must hove
two great fleets, two navies, an It
were, no matter what the cost, In or
der to protect our Interests In both
tho Atlantic and the Pacific."
ROOSEVELT LEAGUERS WIN
SAN mANClSCO. Cal., May C
The Itoosevelt League lias curried the
city primaries, getting forty-nine out
of sixty delegates. It has hnd car
responding success nil over the State.
MOUNT ETNA'S ERUPTION
MESSINA, Italy, May 5. Mount
Gtnn continues In eruption. Ine In
habitants are leaving tho villages
and are camping in the open.
SAN JUAN, Cuba, May 0. Two
privates have been shot, ono fatally,
In a clash between soldiers and Insu
EVANS FLEET ARRIVED
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal, May 5.
Tho Atlantic Fleet has arrived oft
port and Is anchored near the light
K W f . t ft .
NEARLY, everything that is
cooked requires flour ; and
you can always depend upon one
thing if its
it's the best in the market
Henry May fc Co.,
tV Sole Distributors
The funeral of tho late Cloo Kim nil
esterday was one of the largest that
Honolulu has ever witnessed. Tho
services wcro conducted by tho Itov,
T, W. Thwlng, assisted by Mr. Mo
Man Ming, Rev. E. T. Kong and F.
W. Damon. Seated on tho platform
wcro Rev. Dr. D. Scuddcr, of Central
Union: Rev. II. II. Parker, Kawala
hao; Rev. W, D. Westervelt, Rev.
Kong Yin Tet, of St. Peter's church;
Mr. F. W. Damon, Mr. Ho Kwnt Tak,
Mr. Mo Man Ming
Tho honorary pall bearers were F.
A. Schucfer, W. Pfotenhnuor and
Hruce Cartwrlght, representing tho
consular corps; W. W. Hall, repre
senting the Hawaiian Donrd; and Mr.
Chu Gem, Mr. Chang Ming, Mr. Ho
Fon, Mr. Chang Kim, Mr. William Y.
Kwal Fong nnd Mr. Chung Ylng Su
eng, representing tho Chlneso com
munity. Active pall-bearers were
Messrs. Cllve IMvIcb, Ho Fon, F. C.
Atherton, Win. Y. Kwal Fong, Fred T.
P. Waterhouse, A. M, Merrill, Chang
Kim, Y. S. Chung.
FORD THE FRIEND
"Your duty it to poison rati," aaya tba
Cltlsens' Healu Committee, "and In this
way prevent the iptetd ol the dreaded bu
This warning ol danger from the plague
epidemic mutt Impreti every citisen with
the imperative necessity ol destroying the
rata that inlett our city and are a menace
to our very life.
The most reliable poison and one that It
recommended by national and local au
thorities It Steamt' Electric Paste, which
drives ratt out ol the boute to die.
Wherever uted it Ullt oil the rati, usually
In a slncle night, It It absolutely exilian-
,teed to exterminate them or the money will
Protect your home and your city with
Stearns' Electric Paste.
Bold by Druggist, and Otncrat Btorti ovtry
whtro or lent dlrtct prepaid on rtetipt of price.
STUltS1 UICTIIC HITI CSm SfltM, ,!.,. I. L
JUaSt One Thing
we would like to have you understand about
it's ABSOLUTELY PURE. You'll know when you've tried
it that it is the richest of all evaporated Milks, and best
adapted to all cooking purposes.
We GUARANTEE ALPINE MILK (UNSWEETENED)
to be absolutely pure. Ask your grocer for it.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND. MARINE
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
Corresponding Secretary for the
Territorial Transportation Committee
Alexander Hume Ford, has received
from Oencral Passenger Agent Stltt
of tho Canadian Pacific railroad the
Montreal, April 18, 1908.
Dear Mr. Ford: I liavo our of tho
27th March and have read tho clip
ping with much pleasure.
As tho II11C3 from Australia do fair
ly good business to Colombo, I think
a better business should bo dono to
Honolulu, ns undoubtedly It Is a much
plensanter place and tho sea trip is a
You probably know that a big bust
ncss goes from tho northern part of
America to California during tho win
ter months. I da not know but that
you should get a better share to Ha
waii. I stayed for two months ono
winter In I-os Angeles and San Diego,
nnd, knowing Honolulu, thero Is no
comparison buncen tho places, tou
have the best of It every time. The
people of California seem, however, to
lay themselves out to accommodate
visitors, as cottages, boarding houses
and hotel accommodation can bo got
at very reasonable rates. I do not
think such facilities obtainable at Ho
nolulu, hut If von can get them, and
get a fow peoplo to make n start, ou
will soon havu llietn going In crowds
ovcry eeabon. I will bo very glad to
do whnt I can to help ou nnd Ipeased
to hoar from ou at any time.
Itlchnrd Tnnt bellovcs that It would
bo an excellent plan to hnvo tho local
boarding houses and cheaper hotels
moro generally advertised than thov
are now, and has offered to post rate
cards fiom such In his Fort street
window without charge.
but not the
a Gas Stove.
When You're Down-Town
have a delicious Ice Cream or Soda
or get yourself some of our fine Candy
Our Home-Made Candies
and Ice Cream
ARE THE BEST IN TOWN.
A nubile band concert will bo given
tonight nt Anla Park, by tho Hawaiian
band, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho program follows:
March "The Hulahula Olrl" ..Katanl
Ovorturo "Jolly Students" ... Suppo
Waltz "Lntirn" Mlllokcr
Solectlon "Musical Review". .Rivlero
Vocal Hawaiian Songs. Ar. by Ilergcr
Solectlon "Mascot" Andrnu
Intermezzo "Watermelon" , . , .Allen
Quadrille "Mndamo Angot" . .Lccocq
"Star Spangled Banner."
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Houses For Rent
$10.-2 bedr., Liliha St.
$10.-2 bedr., Kuakini St. .
ETC., ETC., ETC.
$6. -Store on Emma St., between 2
schools. Splendid Opening for a
man and wife.
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. KINO ST,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
003 B. BEBETANIA BX
R. HIYATA A CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TEES, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
HUM ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUA
THERE'S as much difference between the
mafu of one Soda Water and another
as there is in whiskey. Some of it is
like tap water. What we make has
"Snap and Ginger" to it. Isn't that
a good reason for you to call for ours?
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. 8. LEITHKAD, Kaoagei.
A fine new stock just in
and see sample, of
Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographia
0 wit 9m
This Is Only use "of Those
we are offerini
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
Honolulu baa well gained tho repu
tation of being a clean city. The inly
jwjy we can maintain eante Is by keep-
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uy at t.,