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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. I!., MONDAY, JUNE IB, 190S.
If money is worth saving, our ads. arc worth reading. "Busy June"
for us means Money-Saved For You. We do not permit goods of inferior
quality in our stock, no matter how low their price. Your guarantee "h
50c Fancy Ribbons, 35 a yd.
Pretty Dresden effects and fans
Special Reduction In
Colors: Whife, Navy, and Red:
$3.50 oualitv 83.90
$4.25 quality $3.50,
$4.73 quality yu.uv
New Corset Cover
New patterns; correct widths: a
variety to select from; 60 a yd.
A SPECIAL IN ,
All wool; 52 inches wide; $1.25
quality; at 05 a yd.
SPECIAL IN WASH QOODS.
Sheer, soft material in dainty nat-
terns and delicate colorines: 40c
quality; 30 a yd.
Red Table Damask, full width; 60c
quality; 45 a yd.
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
LINEN LAWNS At correct prices; 24-inch L'inen Lawn, sheer and
fine, 10 and 50 a yd.
WAISTING LINEN Fine quality, 36 inches wide, 75 a yd.
EXTRA FINE SHEER LINEN 36 inches wide, at 81.25 a yd.
BOSOM LINEN Extra fine, 36 inches wide, 75 a yd.
NAINSOOKS, LONG CLOTH, INDIA LINONS Economically priced.
WHITE NAINSOOK Fine and sheer, full width, 20 a yd.
WHITE NAINSOOK Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at 82.75 a piece.
LONG CLOTH Fine quality, 12-yard pieces, at 82.75 a piece.
MERCERIZED BATISTE Exceptionally fine and sheer, 42 inches
wide, 35 a yd.
INDIA LINONS Extra good values, fine and sheer, 6 yds. for 81.
INDIA LINON 10-yard pieces, extra good quality, 81.75 a piece.
PERSIAN LAWN Extra fine, 25J a yd.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
THE "STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
Editor Evening Ilulletin:
The closing week of Congress lins
brought one more victory for Hawaii
In the pnssngo of my imssongor trans
portation bill by tho House on.Tliurs
ilay. That It should liavo passed by a
vote of more tlinn three to one Wft'i
particularly gratifying In view of ng-
grcsnlvo personal cnmpalgn made
against tho bill by tho California del
egation. Tho frli'iulH (if Hawaii stood
by me loynlly In the light, mid a num
ber 'of them did personal canvassing
in Its favor to offset the similar work
being done In opposition.
Strenuous efforts wcie made by tho
opposition to get two of tho particu
lar champions of American shipping
to turn ngnlnst my bill; but they ro
fused to change their attitude, giv
ing as their reason the fact that wo
had accepted an nmomlmcnt to put
the bill In the least objectionable
form, and that wo had not pressed
onr bill for passage until tho mall
subsidy measure was finally defeated.
The support of my bill by these
known friends of American shipping,
Influenced many doubtful members,
and it Is very certain that they coujd
navo ueieaicu ii li wo nau pressed It
In lis original form against their op
position. Tho time limitation In the debate
did not admit of speeches by the
dozen, or more men who helped .mo
to rally the votes would have turned
up; neither did it allow time to an
swer somo of tho unfounded state
ments made by Mr. Knhn In opposi
tion. The personal attitude of members,
as well as the decisive ote, shows
thnt tho House, as well as tho Com
mittee, recognized tho unusual con
ditions requiring this legislation, and
do not regard it ns uny nttuck on the
American protective system.
Members of Congress In general
ngreo with my contention that pro
tection does not mean deprivation:
and that the protective system was
never designed to deprive American
citizens of any commodity.
Owing to tho existing status of bus
iness in tho Senate, my bill cannot
receive consideration by that body
before their final adjournment to
night. Hut I have strong assurance
that the bill will bo promptly paused
when the Senato re-assemble? in De
Tho Omnibus Territories bill,
which contained the Wnhlawa Water
Company franchise and the two Maul
electric franchises, had a stormy en
leer In tho Senate, nnd finally folic 1
of enactment. Owing to thn Illness
of Senator Kornker, his committee,
were triable to get a quorum togeth
er to consider our bills, nnd they were
reported to the Sennto by n poll of
the committee. This procedure has
often followed before, but this timet
It. was objected to on the floor of tho
Senate, nnd the two Maul franchise
bills wcie stricken out of the omnibus
bill together with one Alaskan bill;
the Walilawn Water Co. franchise, bill
was permitted to remain in, because.
It had been considered legulnrly in
Owing to the fact that this omni
bus bill did not pass the Senate until
Into In tho evening, It wai physically
Impossible to have it engrossed and ,
acted upon by the House before the
hour agreed on for adjournment, and
It will consequently lie on the Speak
er's table till Congress reconvenes In
December; nt that time we can
ilniilitlnau tinvn flin twn Mnnl lillla fn-
Inscrted In conference: meJntlmo the I
Wnhlnwa bill Is safe, having now
passed both Houses and only nwalt-,
Ing agreement on other p.trts of tho
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congress,
Washington, Mny 30, 190S.
Special Sale of
PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS,
EGG PLUMS, GREEN GAGE PLUMS, .
3 Lb. Tins Regular Price, 35c ; Reduced to 25c
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Iinslness houses contemplating dec
orating for tho fleet should niako ar
rangements now. Tho Jalsltal Decor
ating Co. of San Francisco has opened
up offices nt 920 Fort street, with n
full line of flngt, bunting nnd nil dec
orating materials and will gho esti
mates, ideas, etc., on any kind or sort
A public moonlight bund concert
will be given this evening at 7 30 at
Emma Square. Thn program will bo.
March "Tho llattleshlps'
, . I funic
Processional "Edlna" .
Fantasia "Olpsy Life"
Selection "Martha" . .
Vocal Hawaiian Songs... ar by Ilerger
Finale "nigoletto" Verdi
March "Schnclder'd Hand" (now).
v . I.lscnnib
Flualo "Inspection" Evans
"The Star Spangled llanncr."
Mrs, Moses, wife, of Lieutenant
Commander Moses, 'whoLVIII relieve
Iroquois, arrived .on .the Manchuria
this morning. ' .
J. A. GXLMAN
Shipping and Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARlNt
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Maine
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
in a membership in our association.
The Returns Are very Big.
HARBISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION rjiej QQQ
KAHOLAHI 2U1LIJLNU.. '
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Balls, 0 jib way of Y. E., A. J. 0. 0., Ho. 60247,
and Onenon lad. 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 62304, at service at $10.
The Pond Dairy
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
Regal Shoes have come tollonolulu
HEBE'S THE MOST INTERESTING ANNOUNCEMENT AND THE BEST KIND OF GOOD NEWS FOR YOU.
THE OPENING WILL BE
Wednesday Evening, June 17th,
FROM 7:30 TILL 10:30 O'CLOCK.
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5
There never was a footwear event in Honolulu more important to those after style, fit, and satisfaction
than the arrival of the Summer models in BEGAL SHOES. '
They are the handsomest shoes ever shown in Honolulu. You'll say so when you see them. We've the
same styles that the best-dressed men and women in New York are wearing this season. No matter wheth
er you prefer styles that are somewhat pronounced or the more conservative models, you'll find a BEGAL
that suits you. You're sure to get a perfect fit in BEGAL quarter sizes. The materials used in BEGALS
are of the highest quality. The uppers are cut from the choicest leathers, such as King Calf, King Kid, and '
Heyl's Patent Calf. All the linings, facings, and finishing materials arc regular custom made grade.
Genuine Oak-Bark-Tanned Sole Leather is the foundation -on whioh these shoes are built, and it costs
the BEGAL factory $600 a day extra o put this unsurpassed leather into every pair of BEGALS. You won't
get this kind of stock in any other shoes selling at BEGAL PRICES.
The most skilful shoemakers in the world are employed to build BEGALS, hand-work being used at ev
ery point where it is actually superior to machinery. As a result, BEGALS have every detail of fine finish
usually found only in made-to-order shoes.
We want every man and woman in Honolulu to call and inspect these SUMMER BEGALS. We're proud
to show them. Experienced shoe salesmen are at your service, and they will take pleasure in assisting you to
obtain exactly what you desire.
WE WANT YOU TO SEE WHAT SEAL LIVE PEOPLE CAN DO WITH BEAL LIVE SHOES.
c ' r.
$3.50, $4.00; Custom Special $5,
McCANDL ESS BLOCK, CORNER BETHEL AND KING STREETS.
$3,50, $4.00;' Custom Special $5