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EVENING flULLBTlS, HONOMJH), T. H FMDAY, FEB. 12, 1409.
Broken Lines and Odds and Ends Must Go. The
Prices are Cut in Half.
Sale Now On
Ladies' White Linen Suits
Biggest Reductions on Record
PRICES THAT WILL MAKE THEM MOVE LIVELY:
$7.50 SUITS ?3.00
$8.00 SUITS 3.50
$8.50 SUITS 3.75
$8.75 SUITS $-1.00
$0.00 SUITS $-1.50
$10.00 SUITS $5.00
$12.00 SUITS $5.00
$15.00 SUITS $0.90
Boule de Soie
A pretty material for afternoon
and eveninpr gowns. Nile Green,
Light Blue, Fink, and Cardinal.
COo quality, 37 !&$ a yd.
Broken Lots and Broken Sizes.
40o Corset Covers 25
COo and 75c Corset Covers.... 35
$1.25 Corset Covers 75p
FORT ST., below KING
CIVIC FEDS I WATER WAGONS WILLIE
MEET TUESDAY GO TO ENCAMPMENT
Campbell Will Talk On But County Employees
Do Not Get Leave
BUNCH OF DEMANDS
Water System Of
Tlio nnnunl meeting of the Civic
Federation will be held In the Alex
ander Young Hotel pavilion next
This session will he marked by n
tnlk by Siiieilntcndcnl of Public
Works Mnrston Campbell on the wa
ter workH of the city. Mr. Campbell,
It is understood, will be ready to an
swer nil questions that may bo put
to him regarding the present condi
tion of tho water Bystom and whnt Is
needed for tho future.
It Is not known whether tho Civic
I'iderntlon will have a roll call of
ltd membership at the meeting. Hith
erto the membership has Keen n close
Mayor Declines To Put the Question
When Vote To Pay For His Of
fice Furniture Comes Up.
Mardi Gras Favor
White Filet Curtain Net
44 inches wide, GOc quality 117 l-2 a yd.
for Skirts or Boys' Wear 12 l-2c quality 8 l-3( a yd.
Butter Valenciennes Laces
25c and 35o quality for Jfii n piece of 12 yds.
50c quality for 25 a piece of 12 yds.
Solid colors, striped design; Prcnm, Champagne, Brown, Green, and
Grey. .20o quality 12 l-2 a yd.
Fort and Beretania S!s. Opp. Fire Station
SCHOOL CHILDREN DO
HONOR TO LINCOLN
Yesterday nftcrnoon, tho one hun
dredth anniversary of tho birth of
Abraham Lincoln was celebrated by
till! children of tho Tuniiliou Prepara
tory School. Tho exercises Included
tho reading of essays, dcscrlptivo of
Lincoln's life. The first paper, en
titled "The Ilnyliood of Lincoln,"
was rend by Kllznbcth Low. This
was followed by ii sketch of his polit
ical career by William Schuman.
Helen McLean's essay dealt with
The Presidency of Lincoln and the
Ktnaiiclpat&m Proclamation." The
fnmous (lettysburg address was de
livered by Douglas Ilaldwiu, and the
exercises ended with the singing of
"Odd llless Our Nntlvo Land."
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest .Flavor and Quality
No Others Quite So Good
(Continued from laze 1)
10 o'clock In order to accommodate
customers who might want to make
purchases to carry them through the
In consequence of tho closing of the
banks, stores, und offices, employes
were left at liberty to take part In
the celebration, and they took full
advantage of thut liberty.
Tho action of tho business men met
with universal approval, and even
lato shoppers who saw themselves
facing a cold luncheon and dinner
smiled In n good-natured way.
Tho camera Ilcnd was everywhero
In evidence. Along tho thorough'
fares over which tho troops passed
he worked his little snap-box Indus
trlously, and helped perpetuate the
memory of tho gala day upon sens!
tlzcd film and paper.
There was ovory Imaginable brand
of picturo machine In evidence. Kolk
who hud long since gotten pver their
Mist wild enthusiasm for the magic
box, dug up tho almost-forgotten ap
paratus again and' joined the enthu
siasts at tho picture game.
Literally thousands of exposures
must hnvo been made of tho maitlal
llgure of Major Dunning nnd the griz
zled though kindly features of Major
Poster. Tho Fifth Cavalry band
enmu In for Its full shuro of atten
tion, as did tho National Guard and
the Bcliool boys.
Chief Thurston of tho Fire Depart
ment round It necessary to keep a
perpetual smllo .on his fnco for tho
benefit of tho camera man and c.i
n eia girl.
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness,
Chas R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
$800 House and lot on Judd nr.
Nuuanu. 82'x 42.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. SO x GO,
$1400 House and lot at Puunui nr.
car Line. 7Sxauu.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY 'BIDG. 74 8. KING ST.
M. A. Gimst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Bulletin Business Oflloe Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
There has not been
enough rain to in
jure the roads to
LINCOLN IN THE WHITE HOUSE.
From "Abraham Lincoln, the Hoy
mill the Man," by James Morgan. Ite.
pioduccd by permission of tho Mae-
in 1 1 1 it ti Company, New York.
Tho full meaning of tho Civil Vnr
was brought homo to tho Llucolna In
Ihu While Housa as much us to any
family In tho lund. To multitudes'
nllko In tho North nnd in tho SouUi It
differed little from n strife with a
foielgn nation. Their families wero
not divided by It, und they never call
ed upon to sorrow over a fallen fno.
On tho other hand, tho battle lino
crossed tho very hearthstono of tho
President's homo, Tho President of
tho United Stutes was us inuch a
Southerner by blrlh ns tho President
of tho Confederate States himself,
since both wero born In Kentucky.
Sumo of Lincoln's oldest nnd dearest
friends woru tho gray.
Mis. Lincoln, too, was a Kentucklnn
and deeply attached to her tniithoni tory
kindred. Tho husband of uny of her who In
The Nntlonal duanl will be allow
ed to mnko uso of three of Iho
sprinkling wagons belonging to tho
City nnd County of Honolulu nt tho
coming encampment nt Mn.malua', but
the emplojos of tho City nnd County
belonging to the Territorial military
forces will not recelvo leae of ab
sence to attend unless the Adjutant
General makes formal application to
Such action was decided upon last
night al tho meeting of the Hoard.
Tho Committee on HimuU and
Ilrldges, having reported in favor at
allowing tho soldiers to use the mu
nicipal water wagons, the other
members got busy nnd voted uccoid-
Hut there was a difference of opin
ion concerning the granting of the
leaves of absence.
All of tho Supervisors seemed to
Iiij In favor of letting the men 'go
but as no application had been re
ceived there was a general objection
to taking action. It was announced
that nn application wns on the way,
and Quinn demanded thut the matter
be allowed to rest until It camo to
A pile of bills, not acted upon nt
the last meeting, wns Jumped through
with In quick order. Tho Mayor in
each ease declined to put the motion,
even when tho payment for his own
oinco furniture was at stake, but Lo
gan stepped Into tho breach on each
occasion. -' '
The ball was started rolling mer
rily by tho Introduction of n report
fiom the Committee on lloads nnd
1'ildges recommending tho payment
of two budgets for supplies for tho
Iload Department. The Mayor re
fined to put the question ,whcn tho
adoption of the report wnB moved, so
Logan arose with a corrowfnl expres
sion and wont through the ''onetwo
thieo" procedure. Tho motion paks
Quinn then moved that tho Audt-
toi bo Instructed to draw the neces
sary warrants, Ills Honor refusing
to put tho question, I.ogan stepped
Into his usual limelight position.
A bunch of salary demands for
tho Hoad Department emplocs,
amounting to S124G, went through
tho Bjimc course of procedure and
was ordered paid.
Supervisor Quinn then presented a
second lot of demands for supplies
med In the Hoad Department. The
Mayor refused to huvo anything to
do with the matter, so Logan put on
his martyr expression and put tho
question, both on tho motion to adopt
tho teport, nnd thut ordering tho
Auditor to draw tho necessary war
A motion to appropriate J37G from
the general fund for the maintenance
of street sprinkling during the month
of December, 11)08, was Introduced.
Quinn explained that the appropria
tion would not mean the setting
aside of any money other than ar
ranged for lit the appropriation bill.
The motion, put by Logan, went
through In "ono-two-throo" order.
Supervisor Ahlu, on behalf of tho
Committee on Public Kxpendlturow,
slon watt forwarded to him by tho
President; but Helm after n painful
wrestlo with his doubts wont with-thu
South. Ho showed himself a brilliant
soldier and died gallantly on tho field
Thero Is a story, that after tho news
of tho baltlo reached Washington, tho
great chleflan of tho Union wus found
In bitter tears, weoplng over thu lass
of this Confederate brigadier. Not
only wero soverul of Mrs. Lincoln's
ulsters parted from her by thu war,
their husband's hands against litis-
band's cause, but noma of her brothers
ns well wciu In tho Confodcrnto soi-ce.
While the duty fell to her to opon n
grand ball In honor of tho Union Vic-
at Shlloh, ono of her brothers,
s youth had been thu darling
esented salarv demands nt follows:
lerk's office. $170; Attorney's office.
fit); DlMrlrt Court employes,
The Miioi tcfused to put the qucs-l
Hon on the motion to adopt the le
pcrt nnd also to Instruct the Auditor
to Issue warrants. Logan put tho
motion, which passed.
A second report from the Commit
tee on Public Expenditures, calling
for tho payment of $195.(0 for fur
niture tor the Mayor's office, was
There wns n general air of expect
ancy in, the room ns the Mayor dis
cussed the matter with his secretary.
At first His Honor announced that
he would put tho motion, but Inter
declined, and the motion wns put by
Ills Honor wanted the resolution,
ordering the payment (if the bill,
passed before tho part of tho report
currying tho signatures of the niem
brrs of the Hoard committee was con
sidcred. Kane declined to havo tho
mutter handled in that way, however.
A second demand for supplies fori
the Major's office, amounting to)
$191.90, was passed with the same
A demand calling for $.10 to cover
premium on Insurance policy was or
Demands from the Police Depart
ment for salaries totaling $3303.35
wero passed In "onc-two-threo" or
der ami ordered paid.
Salary demands from tlio Commit
tee on Tiro Department and Electric
Lights, for ptninlenanco and con
struction of apparatus, totaling $2,-
217. SO, were approved and ordered
Further demands from the same
department, totaling $1,118.CG, wero
npproved and ordered paid.
Supervisor Quinn, on behalf of tlio
Committee on Itoads and urldges, re
ported Hint, after Investigation, the
committee recommended that the re
quest of Adliitunt Oenernl Junes for
the loan of two watering carts dur
ing tho National Guard encampment
Tho Mnjor declined to put the
question, but a unanimous vote was
Mayor Fern presented a communi
cation asking tho closing of the
streets nround the "square, bounded
by Fort. Hotel, Dlshop nnd King
streets on the night of February 22,
between the hours of 7 and 11
Quinn moved that the request be
granted nnd Logan seconded the mo
tion. Aylett looked wise and ques
tioned the authority of tho Hoard
and wanted tho matter referred to
tho County Attorney, Kane followed
Aylott's lend and moved that the
mutter be tabled.
Quinn made nn eloquent plea to
hnvo the request granted. Logan also
made a talk, saying that such clos
ing Is customary everywhero at car
Kuno and Aylett wlthdrow their
opposition and the request was
granted by a unanimous vote.
U)gan put a motion that tho Coun
ty employes, belonging to the Nation
al tiuard, bo grunted leavo of ab
sence to attend the encampment, Mc
Clellun seconded tho motion, but It
was defeated, only Logan and Mc
Clellan voting "Yos."
been able lo lend it hand In nvt-
lug tho Union from disruption. i
Tho KnmehunieliH Schools cicM
followed the ding earning the CS A
II. Though the bojs hate not n
received their iirms, they made ,i
bravo show ns the) passed nloiify All
wore the historic! gray uniform of
the United States Mllltaiy Acadenn.
with a tampnlgn hat substituted for
the forage cap, ind shoulder stinps
for the officers, In place of endot
chevrons. Knch cadet was ns
straight ns nn unow and the fm-
holism of tho procession wus thor-,
oughly borno out the Nntlem's de
fenders, those who have served their
time In the ranks of active lighting
men, and those who arc preparing to
step Into line when the uctlvo force.!
o' the present day shall havo passed
to the retired list. i
Behind thu Knmeluimehn cadets
marched tho boys of Mills College,
uniformed in blue blouses und white
1 1 misers. They also mude n, lino
showing and came In fur their full
share of applause. j
Fire Department Last
The File Department, with Chief
Thurston nt tho head, brought up the
tear of the procession. With lion-en
gloomed until their coats rellccled
tho sUnllght like burning silver, the
magnificent animals lugged at their i
bits, evidently determined to show
that, though their duties wero those
of peace rather than war, they took
no less pride In their calling than did j
the steeds currying the fighting men.
As tho last pleie of upparnttu
passed by, nnd tho watchers realized
that the pageant was at an end, theie
wns a moment's pause', und then the
crowds broke to find n new vantage
point to lew tho ptocessloti again.
C. 11, Dickey of this city, -ishTilnv.
nt St. Androw'H Priory, dellwrnl u
most Interesting address on Lincoln
After appropriate exercises, lllshop
llestarlck Introduced Mr. Dickey to the
boys and girls ns one who hud known
Lincoln intimately. After tolling or
I.....I... .1. II.. t- Hint,...' ut.b.. !
l.llliuiu s i-iui; mi-, ..,,. miwvj op'i."
"I remember Lincoln when 1 was a
small boy. Ho used to stay at my
father's housa In Ottawa, Illinois. Ms
father was tho Judge of tho First Cir
cuit Court of tlio State. Thero wero
only two circuit courts In tho State In
those days. When Lincoln camo to
Ottnwa to engage In practice liefom
Ltho court, ho .usually stayed with m
father, so that I often saw lilm us an
Intimate friend of the family.
"When my mother died It was nr
ranged that my sister should rn "
spend tho winter at tho residence if
Judgo Davis and that I sli um go V;
stay with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lincoln, Aftci-
wards this plan was changed, and I
wont with my sister, nnd I believe the
lenson was that Mrs. Lincoln at that
1 1 mo had ono of her crlods of mental
Mr. Dlckoy told how Lincoln and his
father wero Whigs, but when tho Ku-
publlcan party wus started, Judgo
Dickey became a Duughis Democrat.
When Lincoln wns n candidate for tho
Senate, Judgo Dickey took tho stump
against him, and later, after thu elec
tion, Lincoln visited tho Dlckcjs nnd
tald In tho hearing of tho sou: "Judge,
you defeated mo by tho speeches you
mndo In central Illinois." Tho speak
er told of hearing ono of tho famous
When Judgo Dickey left tho bench,
ho resumed tho practice of law, und
was ono of the opposing counsel t
Lincoln In tho famous McCormlck renp
it case. Tho speaker said Unit at this
time, 185S, ho was an office boy In a
lawyer s otllco and' Lincoln and his
father camo In with n largo bundle of
papers und the two models of reapers,
which they rnn up and down the table,,
studying tho mechanism of each.
Mr. Dlckoy said that he had never
thought of Lincoln as a map of plain
face until ho saw him In court, walking
up und down while Judgo Dickey, tho
opposing counsel, was making Ids at
gument. Lincoln held his lower Ja
in his left hnnd nnd would movn it up'
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We have, a very large and
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Wc have them: Tennis .Balls,
Tennis Racquets, Tennis Nets, Red
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Palls, Tennis Racquets Rcstrung.
(Continued from Pace 1)
of noticeable excitement ns tho cava
liers rodo past and thero was a gen
ci nl waving of handkerchiefs,
The Fifth Cavalry
Following tho commanding officer
camo tho First Squudron of tho Fifth
Cuvalry. Though few If any of the
enlisted men wero In the regiment
durlnir the davs of tho strenuous In-
diuu campaigns, tho glory of tho or- and down, opening und shutting his
,.i,nti,, i.M .i-ifi..,! f,,r .i wi,i. I moulli with a snap. Then It duwiio.l
. ... ... . . miimiii tin, hnv that
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sisters, Hen Haidln Helm, hud been n of her heart, lay dead on tho battle.
favorite of her own husband. When I field In u uniform of gray. Another
Lincoln became president, ho bum- brother 111 tho Confederacy full at
moued Ilulni In Washington for tho! Vleksburg and was dying wlillo his
purpose of giving him a plucu of honor sister In tho White House listened to
under thu mluilulMrnllnn, On Ids ro- tho shouts of rejoicing ocr the victory
turn to Kentucky, n major's cummU-'of droiit.
and the small hoys looked upon tho
soldiers as they might upon Klchurd
of the Lion Heart, were he to como
buck to earth.
In full service equipment, armed
with pistol, siibor, and caiblne, nnd
wearing tho business-like olive-drub
uniforms, tho troopers passed. Tho
horses, with their long hair, wero us
warm aa tho soldiers, but they show
ed their mottjo ami, though (hey
primped and danced, kept perfect
. . .p .... - . .
,t tno insiiop streei corner, wnon
tho troops changed front inukal, ttie
horses on tho innrching flunk broke
Into n trot of perfect cadence, resum
ing the walk ns soon us tho now
alignment wns perfect, Thero was
not a break In the lines, and tlio sup
pressed excitement gave way to hand
clapping, Following the cavalry rode tho vet
erans of tho Civil War, the members
of the Grand Army of tho Itepubllc.
They showed tho marks of passing
)cars, but the flro In each oye wus
Tney are tho men who marched
forth to battle at the command of tho
man In whoso hqnor tho celebration
was being ield, and the look of pride
on each face showed how the vuter
itns t'lorlcd in tlio fact that they hud
upon the boy that Lincoln's fucu was
ugly in qpiK-uruncu.
mo last iimo nir. uiciccy saw i.in
coin was In Chicago, when Judge Dick ,
cy told his bon that four or llvu old
timers wero going to meet to tnlk
about tho past, Lincoln was one of thu I
six, Including Mr, O, II. Dlckoy, who
wore present, and Lincoln's stmlos
kept tho others In a l oar of laughter
II was to Judge T. Lylo Dickey that
Lincoln first Bpoku tho words, "I tell
you, this nation can not exist half slao
and half froo." Judgo Dickey was
bleeping In the same room with Lin
coin. Karly In tho morning Lincoln
wuko up Iho Judgo nnd spoko the
words Just quoted. Judgo Dickey le
piled; "Oh, Lincoln, go to sleep."
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