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BVENINO BtJLLEttIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1908.
NEW TYPES a
Predominant Styles seen at
The New Waltz Dream Sailor
The Charlotte Corday
or Normandy Hats
The New Mob Cap
The Merry Widow Sailor
The Fleet Sailor
Many of the above will be
shown for first time this week
TELLS SAN FRANCISCANS FLEET
SHOULD BE KEPT AND
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
We have all the beit facili
ties for Kodak work.
We are always clad to rive
advice to amateurs, if it is'
Rush orders are our spe
Photo Supply Co.,
" Everything Photographic "I
"Keep tlio Atlantic Fleet and tho
Pacific Fleet In these waters, nnd add
to them tho Ave warships which are
now on tho Atlantic. Then build
'battleships as fast as wo can."
That Is Captain Klchmond Pearson
Hobson's suggestion to Congress. If,
as Is rumored, the hero of the Morrl
mac Is the mouthpiece of President
Kooscvelt, this recommendation Is, to
say tlio least, significant. It means
that thero Is it stiongly growing sen
timent In Administration circles that
tho Pacific Coast cannot be too pow
erfully protected by n Navy. And to
such a sentiment Ilobson subscribes
In langungc which cannot bo miscon
strued. "Thu Pacific Coast demands the re
tention of this Fleet which salted In
to jour hnibor jestcrday," said tho
oung officer lit the Fairmont, ns ho
was catching a train to keep a lec
ture appointment. "It means ho
protection not only of the West but
of tho whole country. Tho United
States can nccr feel safo out hero
on tho Pacific ocean until sho domi
nates Iho fcca as well ns tho land. Anil
domination of the sea means n Iteet of
such proportions that the while race
need have no fears of tho aggressions
of tho yellow race.
"That demonstration Wednesday
carried this Idea, nnd It was planned
for Just Buch a purpose. Thero was
diplomatic significance about that
parado of bnttlCBtllps, nnd I don't be
lieve tho lesson was lost.
"Hut tho work Is but begun. Tho
Pacific Coast cannot bo guarded with
n few cruisers. It needs Just such an
armament as Is now assembled In
jour bay, and I liellevo that tho coun
try Is awakening to the realization
that tho protection of tho West Is ns
great a national duty as the protec
tion of the Uast. That will mean
eventually the stationing of all these
warships In jour waters.
"Tho United Stntcs cannot protect
both tho Atlantic and Pacific shores
with the ships which so now pos
sesses. Her present entire navnl
strength is not too great to handle
tho problems of tho Orient. The so
lution of tho question is plainly one
of more battleships big ones. We
ought to build, build, build without
ceasing." And tho speaker empha
sized his words with characteristic
thumps of his fist on his open palm.
"We ought to build at least six bat
tleships every year. That Is nlnavnl
program none too great for this country."
SENATOR CARTER EXPOUNDS SU-
PERIORITY OF POSTAL
Ask Your Grocer
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO., Ltd.
FRED. L. WALDRON, Agt.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Join the Harrison Mutual Association
now. Special Dispensation
May and June.
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary
Cure for Drunkenness
WASHINGTON. D, C, May 7.
Postal savings banks was the sub
ject of an address In the Sennto to
day by Senator Carter of Montana.
Cnitcr spoke, upon the bill to estab
lish postal savings banks, recently re
ported by tho Committee on Postof
flees nnd Post Iloads.
The pending bill, he said, proposes
to subject the mnchluerj of the Post
olllce Depaitment to an additional
worthy, beneficent and consistent
"It does not," he said, "tontem
pluto the employment of an addition
al forco In tho poslofllccs, tho pur
chase of more equipment nor the im
position of any burdens of expense."
The power "to provide for the gen
crnl Welfare" contained In the Con
stitution ho quoted as a complete au
thority for adding a s.ilngH bank
feature to tho postal service, which
had first been established under very
"The bill," said Carter tespouds tii
tho long-continued and earnest de
mand of the people for the uso of tho
postofflces as savings depositories. To
begin, tho Postmaster (Uncial may
conflne'tho depositories to the Presi
dential ofllces only, ami later extend
the system to the full authorized lim
its. Accounts may be opened by any
person over tho ngo of 10 jenrs and
by n trustee for a peiwm under that
age. A deposit of $ 10 or more may
be made, nnd Increased by 10 cents
or multiples of that amount. No de
posit shnll ever be allowed to exceed
11000, nnd Interest will not be paid
on a sum in excess of J!i00. Inter
est nt tlio rate of 2 per lent, per an
num Is to be allowed "
The deposits In turn arc to be
placed In Government depositories
near tho pta co of deposit and S 1-4
per cent, per annum Is to be required
fur the uso of the moncj. In the
near futuro it Is estimated that thero
will be 37.CS I pos'tal depositories.
"DwcllerB in i emote country dis
tricts will havo the same Induce
ments to economize and save," said
Carter, ''now enjojed by those re
siding In the vicinity of tho best
conducted savings Institutions In the
large cities. The Incalculable bone
fits to the people nnd to the Govern
ment destined to flow from tho es
tablishment of postal depositories no
ono can estimate, but all can appre
ciate. A prudent, thrifty man is
rarely, If ever, a delinquent citizen,
and good citizenship Insures good
government and respect for law.
That which will tend to discourage
extravagance and encourage n sav
ing disposition will surely tend to
suppress vice and encourage virtue"
Restored to Health by Lyilln, E.
, Ktad What TA.y Say.
East Still Street, Now
York, wrltos: "Lydla
I" l'lnkham's Veget.v
bio Compound over
came Irregularities, pe
riodic suffering:, nnd
nfter everything else
hud failed to help me,
runt I feel It n duty to
let otliern know of It."
Lnfayetta St., Denver,
Uol., writes: "Thanks
Veifctalile Com pound I
am well, aftersufferf ng
for months from Her.
Mlu Mart. Htoltz
nlan, of Laurel, la.,
writes: "I if .ulna run-
lownronilltlon and suf
fered from suppression,
Indigestion, and uoor
circulation. Lydla K.
Compound made tue
well and strong."
of 417 N. Last St.. Ke
wonec, III.. aya:M I.y.
Com pound cured
tun of backache, side
uclte, and established
iny periods, after the
best local doctors had
failed to help me."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty vcars Lyilia E. Pink
ham'o Vegetable Comiwuml, made
from roots and hcrlm, li.m been tho
Btftiulartl remedy for females illi
and has positively cured thousandsof
women w ho havo been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, llbroid tumors, inegularitien,
lxjrlodio pains, backache, that bear-ing-down
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. I'inlclinm Invito nil ilclc
women to write her for ndvlce.
Sho lias guided thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Muss.
ft iv J sH
Orrina Traatmant to bo Used at
Homo Without Publicity, or Loss
or Tims from Business.
The best aid to temperance Is some
thing that will strengthen the drunk.
ard's wrecked nrjrvous system and cure
his unnatural ctavlng for drink. Wc
believe that any man who really de
sires to be cured of the liquor habit
can cure himself by using Orrine. This
remarkable treatment has mads so
many cures that we are glad to Bell it
under an absolute guarantee to refund
he money If It does not cure.
It Is In two forms: No. 1 that can
be given secretly, and No. 2 for those
who wish to bo cured. It Is not only
the most reliable treatment known, but
It is also the most economical as It
tosta only $1 a box and there la no de
tentlon from the usual dudes, while If
a cure Is not effected, thero Is no ex
pense whatever. Mall orders filled on
.'ccelpt of price in plain sealed pack
age. Write for fiee booklet. The Or
rine Co , Washington, D. C, or HanO'
lulu Drug Co.
Secretary Straus of tho Department
of Commerce nnd Labor has ordered
deported as contract laborers fifteen
glass-workers brought to tho United
States from Ilclglum.
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.
Everybody knows that Mark Twain
was, and still Is, a lover of Honolulu
and things Hawaiian. Ho has done
some of our best promotion work.
Hut few are aware that he was one
of the first to wear the whlto Tuxedo
In the States, These dressy, cool,
and comfortable evening and recep
tion suits are becoming very popular
Theyt are Infinitely more npproprl
nto here, where It Is nlways In form
to wear white, and the more exclu
sive dressers of Honolulu, now that
the suits arc here, will follow tho
examplo of tho noted humorist, Somu
of the handsomest, hnlf-llncd In bilk,
and with whlto braids on tho trous
ers, nro to be seen at Sllva's Toggery.
This oienlng nt 7:30 tho Hawaiian
band will glo a complimentary con
cert at tho Princess Theresa Wilcox
hall, Alakca stnet Following Is tho
a rand March 'Kamehanicha". Merger
Chotturo "Light Cavalry" .... Suppo
llolero "Alicante" Hume
Selection "Tho llohemlan Olrl'MIalfe
Vocal Hawaiian tongs...nr. by Merger
Waltz "Kcincmbrunca" . . . Wnldteufel
"Ah! Wela" and "i:iello".ar. by Borger
Ipo Lnuar, Maul I kn 01 nnd Hllo
"Aloha Oo" "Hawaii Ponol"
"Thp Star Spangled Banner."
Baok up this movement to Improve
the strteta and sidewalks.
House and lot on liliha
Street, near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath.
Sewer. Car line.
Cash or Easy Payment.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDfJ. ... 74 3. KING ST.
GAS put in
J. M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE 76. '
FINE AND FAT.
Fort S treat near Berttaaia.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
Yee Chan & Co.,
PHONE 627. King & Bethel Sts.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
1908 Model M
Write us for Testimonial Book, wherein is told how and why
the POPE-HARTFORD at $2730.00 is better value than any other
AUTOMOBILE in the world, irrespective of price, horse-power, or
number of cylinders.
PERFECT SCORE FIRST TO FINISH, L. I. A. C. CONTEST.
New York Perfect Score In the 300-mlle endurance contest
of tho Long Island Automobllo Club. Twenty cars started, but tho
Pope-Hartford won tho chief glory for fast time, being the first
car at all lontrols and the first to finish. Tho nvcrnge tlmo for
tho whole trip with slow-downs lu Ullages nnd on account of traf
fic, over 31 miles an hour.
WINS GIANT'S DESPAIR HILL CLIMB.
Wllkcs-Ilarro. Pn. A Pope-Hartford won the Giant's Despair
Hill Climb for cars listing nt $1000 and under lu 2 m. 5 4-5s.. de
feating CO H. P. Thomas Dyer. 10 H. P. Oldsmoblle. 35 II. P.
Ilnmbler, the 3!i II. P. Pcnnsyhanla nnd other high-powered
cars. The distance In this Climb was GOOO feet and the ineragc
grado IS per lent.
PERFECT SCORE NEW YORK TO ALBANY.
Pope-Hartford made n perfect sioro In tho Now York to Al
bany 200-nille endurance run. Considering the frightful condi
tions of tho roads, the numerous nnd fntnl mishaps to other cars,
nnd the Inclemency of the weather, this record of the Pope-Hartford
is ono of the most notable.
ALL HONORS' TO POPE-HARTFORD AT PORTLAND, OREGON.
Portland, Oregon. In tho first annual Hill Climb of the Port
land, Oregon, Dealers' Association, nil honors went to the Popo
Hartford Car. There wcro 39 entries, ranging In price from Sl,
000 to $8000, nnd In horse-power from 10 to 90. The second car
a CO II. P. machine was 'JO seconds behind.
POPE-HARTFORD WINS LOS ANGELES ECONOMY CUP.
Won tho Loi Angolcs Economy Cup, making ICtl Miles on
8V4 (InlloiiR of gasoline. Opposed to tho Pope-Hurtfurd wero near
ly all tho air-cooled cars. This car also made n perfect score In the
Lakeside Endurance Contest.
A MOST NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT.
At Cleveland, Ohio. A Pope-Hartford" won the Stucky Hill
Cylinder Piston Displacement Illll-cllmb, beating a Stearns, Dar
racq Yandcrbllt Cup Haccr, Ford "Six," and n Jackson.
WINS TRACK RACE AT DEL MONTE.
At Hel Monte, Cal. A Pope-Hartford runabout defeated the
Thomas "0 nnd Plerco IS In n 10-mlle race. The Pope-Hartford
was never passed.
HERE'S WHAT HAPPENS TO F0REI0N CARS.
A Popn-Hartford won In "Cj Under Displacement Class" In the
N. Y. C. Port Ocorgo Hill Climb, making better time than a 60
II. P. do Dlotrlch, "O-Illanchl, CO-Slmplex, liO-Crawford, 3K-Isotta-I'ranchlnl,
CO-Mnthcson, 3S-Peunsjlvnnla, Pranklln, Clement-llay-ard,
COMPETITIVE TESTS WITH ANY
OTHER MAKE CHEERFULLY GIVEN.
Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
..onest water which ne'er loft man
In the ailre." ShnkoBpcarc.
That's What You Should Stick To. Something that
will be good, flavored, nlonc, or mixed. We make it plain
or any kind of flavor.
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Bashes Bought and Sold.
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