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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., irniDAY, MAY 15, 100S.
NOTICE THESE VALUES
Exceptionally good values in
White Crochet Bed Spreads, h?mmed all icady for use, ?1.00.
White Bed Soreads, full size, at 1.25.
White Bed Spreads, extra quality, at 91.50.
White Marseilles Bed Soreads, full size, 92.50.
White Marseilles Bed Spreads, extra good quality, full size, at
Crochet Bed Spreads for sinrjlc beds, extra good quality, correct
size, at 91.25.
Crib Bed Spreads, extra heavy quality, right size, at $1.25.
Made of good white cotton, all ready for use.
SHEETS, 54x00 G0
SHEETS, C3x90 G0
SHEETS, 72x00 70
Stripes and figures, yard wide, 10 yard.
A special in
Lindsay Hose Supporters
Satin-gored Belt, felt finish buttons, in all colon, 75c quality
55; 65o quality, 15.
A special in '
Double faced, rich colorings and designs.
30o quality ,. 25 A YARD
40c quality 30 A YARD
Fighting Bob's Last
Review Pathetic. Scene
SAN niAN'CISCO, Cal May 8.
"FlglitliiR Hob! righting Hob!"
The name lolled nlons the packed
lilies, wan tuKeii up fiom window
casement and llune to lunftop. The
cheering liei aided his coming.
'Tightlng Hob! righting Hob!"
As ills carriage turned Into Van
A special in
Embroidered Mercerized Madras, 40c quality, 25 a yard.
Fancy Fink Crepe, 50c quality, 35f a yard.
light Blue and Fink, 15c quality, 105 each.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
OF- THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY "
Ness avenue the cheers had de eloped lrjgl.
into ouo continuous loar, tremendous1
III its Immensity.
"Fighting Hob! righting Hob!"
He doited his hat ngalu and again. I
He saluted. He smiled, lie bowed j
light and left. The cloud lost Itself
In n imroxjsm of enthusiasm.
Suddenly above the shouting canto
the luffle of drums mid tho piercing
rail of bugles and Uvans foigot the
ciowd. He leaned out of tho car
ilago and looked down the street to
where ho saw the long row of white
caps nnd rides of the marines advanc
ing toward him. Tho bund went by
with u clash and a bang nnd tho
first company was alongside tho Ad
'Uuldu right!" sang out the com
pany commander, nnd tho low or
heads turned to meet tho fate of
their Admlial and lifelong friend
looking down at them earnestly. He
seemed to peer Into overy face nnd
they looked hack at him, both tecos
uizlng that this would bu the last
time they would march by him as an
admiral of the United Slates Navy.
Evans' Partinc Qlnnce
What mattered the i hearing? What
mattered the applause? Nothing was
of note extent that his lo)n were
swinging by lit in for tho last time
Ho looked nt eaen company as it
passed and continued to gaze aftei
them until tho next came alongside
Anil the men understood.
'Tightlng Hob! Klghtlng Hob!"
The crouds tlui6ked in their fren
zy. They threw more flowers. They
shouted themselves hoarse. It was as
naught, for the mat lues had passed
by and up the avenue were matching
Clll War that brought to him life
Ingaln. Ho knew those flags He hail
' fought In that wnr and there was the
bond of sjnipntliy between him and
thp aged soldiers proudly holding
, them aloft. Theydlpped the old
I lings as his carriage passed and his
hat Hew off his head. Ho grasped the
sides of tho carriage In an effort to
but fell back In pain
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tho men of the. Connecticut, the old
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raw BULLETIN Aon. PAY
familiar faces on, many n frolic, ills
Bids His Men Farewell
Ills ejes gieeted every man, and
they annuel od buck as the marines
had dune. It was deep calling to the
deep. A man speaking to men. Si
lent was the farewell amid the tu
mult of popul.il Ity. Not a hand was
lifted, not a won! (spoken. Company
after company marched by nnd to
cacli was Riven the pathetic glanco.
"Klghtlng Hob! Klghtlng Hob!"
It teemed petty nnd small )n con
nection with the pathos of tho scene
In tho street. The shouting' was giv
en him. Tho glances from tho men
ho lin'd won. And so they went by,
company after company, ship nfter
ship; all tho old enmrndes of a life
time mulched by him. It was his
final Tcvlcw. A smile twitched his
lips at tho sight of some mascot, but
It was Ilcctlng. Henvpn knows the
moment was not for smiles.
Active Career Is Ended
To him It was recognition of tho
fact that his duty had been done, Jib
lace run and novermoio would ho
tread tho deck In command of tho
men swiftly passing before his vision
1,1 fe would sail on nnd tho old war-
horse would step back Hear Admli
al Itobloy D. Evans, United States
Navy, retired. t
The last company wont by, the
last glanco was given, and ho sank
back in his scat, utteily spent nnd
worn. Ho looked old llow, did Kvaus,
very old and very sad. Ho sat still
and silent. The throngs repeated
their applause. All tho shouting that
had gono beforo seenicd to havo bo-4
come (oucentiatcd nt this juncturo
Into one hoarse toar, but ho paid no
Rattle Flags Rouse Him
It was tho sight of tho old battle
(lags can led by tho veterans of tho
That letters from prospective
homescekers aro being icreivod In
constantly lncicaslng quantities was
tho good news reported by Secretary
Wood nt tho meeting of the Promo
tion Coinmlttco held jcstord.i) after
noon. Many of tho writers had from
he to twenty thousand dollar In In
vest, most' of Uiem being Interested
Tin co tentative designs for tho
Mark Twnln mnntclpleco weie sub
mitted by Vlggu .Incobsen One of
these wns especially pleasing to the
Committee, which asked him to Mu
lsh tho work on It.
The design worked out Is thor
oughly .Hawaiian, the side panels
having typical Hawaiian llsh, disport
ing about sprays of coral, while on
the upper half of tho panels are nut-
uial-slze Hawaiian fruits. Acioss the
top panel In relief Is to be carved the
Hawaiian nntlonar motto, "Va man
ko ea o ka atna I ka pono," while on
a medallion In the center will he n
bust of Kamchniiieha I beneath the
"1W. V. W. Hall and others aie
also working on designs.
A letter from Mm., W. SI Craham,
asking that tho Kllohaua Art League
bo allowed to advertise the Mardl
(Iras for lflOli on tho I'lor.it Parade
poster to he Issued within the next
two months, was rend. No definite
action was taken.
A votu of thanks was passed to I.
Slort Oat for his courtesy In furnish
ing the committee with marine Intel
ligence bulletins fico of charge.
Mid - Summer
A ladles' hat that will be popular, but
cenee of elegance without extravagance.
never common. The qulntej-
, FRYE FAVORS SHIPPING BILL
(Continued from Paze 1)
Intiodmcd In the Hennle by Senator
Piles, who Is u member of tho Com
mltteo on Commerce. The bill will
bo considered by the Senate Commit
tee on Thursday of ill's week.
I Sir. ,lttlcnc!d went with us in
person to piesent tho matter to Sen;
ator Krye, who Is chairman of the
Seunto Coinmlttco on Commerce, and
we were thus nblo to sccuro his sup
port for tho bill, as we lind'alrcadv
that of Senator Galllnger. Thcso two
men are tho' watch-dogs of all mer
chant marine legislation In tho Sen
ate, and wo have been ablo to' scenic
their consent lo this legislation only
becnuso tho bill had been put Into
tho least objectionable form while
still affording tho needed lcllef. This
would seem to fully Justify tho policy
of adopting the amendment in thol
Houbo Committee In order to make
possiblo tho securing of some relief
at this time. Kven in tho present
form, there will be some- strong op
position to the bill
ino inn to provide an additional
Federal Judgo for Hawaii has boon
favorably reported, but It is not proh-
nblo that It will be passed at this
Increase of Salaries
On tho advice of some of our best
friends, in tho Coinmlttco on Tcrrl
torles, we shall let my bill for tlio'ln
crffltso of Kedoial salaries In Hawaii
go over until the next session. Tlioie
is some opposition to tho hill, and
nny offort to force It through In tho
closing weeks of the session would
piobably tcsult In defeat, jusj; as Iji
the case of tho Immigration bill.
Vory truly joins.
Delegate to Congress.
The Fleet Sailor ' ' :
The Merry Widow Chrysanthemum '
Large American Beauty Roses
French Foliage and Marguerites
' Gold Bands, Cerise Novelties
Our rtorpl display came to ut dlrtct from Paris. Note the tags. These
rotes cannot be duplicated.
All of which are shown exclusively at
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
J9 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..
OAHU COLLEGE PLAY.
Dilfllt'ld & Co have chnrgo of tho
dramatized edition of tho play "1'ilde
and l'rojudlce." This firm In Now
Yoik City have a full copyilght on
tho play. It If now In icljeaisal b;
tho Oahil College Dium.illc Club.
When tho Club wiolo to learn tho
rost, of tho play, and tp got tho per
mission to slago It, a rablu was to
coll cil whli h said "I'ico"
Its subject matter and tho way In
Which It has been handled by Mm.
lliicKnyo. tender It paittcillarl) doslr
nblo foi tho work of oung people, be
ing, as it Is, of dUtlnct literary, as
Moll as diamatlc value.
Tho peilnil, that of 17!tfi, calls for
qualutncHS In speech, manners and
costninlug. 'fho Hues Include mail)
clever savings, and dollcato louche
USED TO THE DESERT
Ho (at tho ball): My dear, tho
world Vas but a desert to mo befoifl
I met m.
Bho: I can leadlly bellcvo It.
Ho (sin prised): Why?
She; You dance like a camel,
GAS put in
THE LEONARD is perfect in its construction; Vcvcry
detail of its manufacture is under the personal supervision
of experts. Then the "Main IdcnJ' is right. The main
idea, in this case, is cleanliness. '
Convenience and economy follow as the natural result
of carefuL sensible planning; and yon have thef "LEON
ARD," the fefrigeralor that's SUPERIOR in eve'ry point.
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$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
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74 S. KINO ST.
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of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
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There is as much difference in drinking water as in
anything else. So there is in carbonated waters. We do
not know how to manufacture flat soda water, hut we have
the "know-how" of making the best there is in the city.
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