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EA'ENINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., TCK3DAY, VV.n. 23, lftOO.
rORT ST. QAUL1TY at NUUA1?
Films to .
THE L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
1005 Nuuanu St. near King,
ON TUESDAY, we enter upon the third week of our after stock
taking sale. The success of this sale lias been far beyond our ex
pectations, nnd the warm response spjrs us to greater efforts. During
the rush of last week, many lines were not shown; others have been sold
down to two of this nnd three or that. The mark-down man has been
busy going through all these lines, and has played havoo with Prices. Be
low are a few of the many offerings for the week; there arc many oth
ers in lots too small to advertise Come in and see them,
STORE CLOSED MONDAY; SALE BEGINS TUESDAY
,' ' MORNING: FEB. 23RD.
LINGERIE and SILK PARASOLS, in solid colors, plaids, checks, and
$1.75 PARASOLS S1.00 EACH
S2.25 PARASOLS Sl.OO EACH
$2.50 PARASOLS 51.f EACH
$2.75 PARASOLS $1.1)0 EACH
$3.00 PARASOLS $2.00 EACH
BLACK. MONEY REFUND TAFFETA SILK:
Yard wire, $1.85 quality . . $1.35 YARD
WHITE SHANGHAI SILK: Washable, $1.25 quality 90 YARD
CREPE DE CHINE: Pearl Grey, $1
Ladies' (Jack Silk Coats;5050 C0TsMN.'s.c0JT.o..,o
$ 5.C0 SILK COATS $ 3.00 S7.B0 COATS $-1.00
$ 7.50 SILK COATS $ -1.00 ?8.C0 COATS $4.50
$ 8.C0 SILK COATS $ 5.00 58-75 COATS $4.00
$10.50 SILK COATS S 0.00,
$24.50 SILK COATS $17.50 L tf M
LONG WHITE LINEN COATS
$10.00 KHITE COATS $4.00 10 yard.
CORNER FORT and BERETANIA STS., opp. Fire Station.
Chas. 16. Frazier
Ihonc 371, 122 King St. j
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
pp BULLETIN Ans PAY -&&
Everything Tastes Better"
Is used in making it
1 -,-,--, . - '
$3.75 PARASOLS S2.B0 EACH
54.00 PARASOLS Sa.75 EACH
$4.25 PARASOLS S3.00 EACH
$4.50 PARASOLS $3.50 EACH
$5.50 PARASOLS $3.00 EACH
quality G5 YARD
Goods Co., Ltd.
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be
low Judd St. 50 x CO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui nr.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KING ST.
Fried Chicken and
on Special Order
PLEA FOR CHILDREN
Corrective Power Is
WASIIINOTO.V, D. C.. Tel). 1C
Legislation, which, It Is believed, If
enacted Into law, will make tin Im
portant epoch In flic future well-being
of tho dependent children of tho
Nntlon, Is recommended In a special I
messago by President Roosevelt Bent
to Congress today, In which he makes'
a strong plea In the Interest of chil
dren within this class.
Of particular Importance Is tho
President's recommendation for tho
establishment of a Federal Children's
llurcau; tho enactment of such lcgls
lutlon as will bring the, laws itnd
practices In regard to the ram of im
pendent children In' nil Federal ter
ritory Into harmony nnd certain leg
islation In behalf of dependent chil
dren In, tlio District of Columbia. The
President believes that such legisla
tion Is Important not only for tho
wclfnro of tho children Immediately
concerned, but Important "ns setting
nn example of a high standard of
child' protection ly tho National Gov
ernment to the several States of tho
I'nlon, which should bo able to look
to the Nation for leadership In such
Tho President also transmits with
his messaso to Congress a copy of
the conclusions, together with tho
full text of the proceedings of tho
leccnt Conferences hero on the Cftio
of Dependent Children, In nccoriT
unco with the request of that organ
ization. Declaring that their con
clusions "constitute a wise, con-
btructhe, nnd progressive program of
child-caring work," the Piesldcnt
hnn that If "given full effect by tho
proper agencies, existing methods
and practices In almost overy com
munity would bo profoundly and ad
Statistics showing tho largo num
ber of dependent children In tho
country nro presented by Mr. Hoosc-
M'lt. "Kach of theso children rep
resents either a potential addition to
the productive capacity and tho en
lightened citizenship of tho nntlon,"
says tho President, "or. If allowed to
suffer from neglect, a potential addi
tion to the destructive forces of tho
community. Tho ranks of criminals
nnd other enemies of society are ic
crultcd In nn altogether undue pro
pot tlon from ('Million bereft of their
natural homes and left without sum
tlent enro. Tho Interests of tho Na
tion nro Involved In thn welfuro of
this army of children no less than
In our great mntoilnl affairs."
In urging n Children's llurcau, one
of whoso duties will b0 to Inventi
on to a report upon all matters per
taining to the welfaio of children
and child lire, tho President points
out that "tho National Government
Is tho only ngency which can effect
ively conduct biicIi general Inquiries
as nro needed for tho benefit of all
"It Is not only discreditable to us
as n peoplo that there Is now no ice
ognlzcd and authoritative source of
information upon theso subjects re
lating to child life," declares tho
President, "hut In tho nbsenco of
such information ns should bo sup
plied by tho Federal Government
many abuses havo gono unchecked;
for public sentiment, with Its great
roricctlvo power, can only ho aroused
by full knowledge of the facts He
uilds that thero arc few things more
vital to tho welfare of the Nation
than nccurate nnd dependable knowl-1
edgo of tho best methods of dealing
with children, particularly thoso linn
dlcnppcd by misfortune."
The President makes a strong plea
for keeping the family Intact and
dcclnres that poverty alone should
not disrupt tho home I
ART LEAGUE PLAYS AT
OPERA HOUSE TONIGHT
Tho Dramatic Circle of tho Kllo
liana Art League Is to offer tonight
tlio last opportunity of Indulging In
official dissipation before the Lenten
Fcnson begins. Tho casts of both
plays havo been working faithfully,
nttcndlng 'rehearsals almost nightly
for the Inst two weeks, nnd have, in
consequence, attained n Btnoothucsc
that In unusual In amateurs.
Tho ctlrlnln raiser. "Washington
lllrthday," Is n very clever nnd live
ly' little, sketch, nnd will bo present
ed with n.snlrlt that will add to Its
attratttvenew., KverybodJ' knows (ho
story of George Washington nnd tlio
cherry tree; hut how many can tell
the reason why he cut It down? To
night on the stage of tho Opern
House, the. wholu story will be graph
"Pygmnllon And Galatea," the
three-act comedy that will follow,
will bo staged In n masterly man
ner. Tbfs Is one. of thn finest and
most successful of tho Greek plavs.
nnd there Is no doubt that It will
bo given in a manner to lolled cred
it on tho Art League.
Tickets nro on salo at tha llerg-
strom (Music Co.. Fort street, Juki
above King. Tho price of admission
is Tf cents and SI.
COELHO IS AFTER
(Continued from Pace 1)
and although one consultation was had
on tho four subjects mentioned In said
communication, nt which doubts were
expressed us to the propriety and con
stltutlomillty of tho proposed net re
lating to fishing, etc., tho said Attor
ney General promising how over to look
Into tho mutter and render an opinion
before thu (limning of lire present m-k
slon of tho legislature, upon which
opinion depended the action contem
"Whereas, Instead, however, of giv
ing the opinion In tlio manner inns'
proiwr nml becoming the dignity of the
dfllco, rnd without lugaril to tho otllrlat
position of n legislator, and In utter
disregard of ttie feelings of a tno.. tier
of this Senate, .more particularly, tl.c
writer of tho , communication uhiu
mentioned, said Attorney (ieiioiu! g.iu
out to the press IiIb opinion on the ma'
tor under advisement In such a wa:
ns to Impress tho reporters that then
was nntl-JnpaucBo sentiment stmnglv
urging unscrupulous ami dlscrliulii il
Ing legislation against n class of thrif
ty and Industrious ullens, llioioliv
causing libelous nrtlcles to appear con
stantly In newspapers from Jniniar
13, 1900 to this day, In which pulillc.i
tlous, the member of this Senate who
Is mentioned In said communication
has been ridiculed and called veiy
atrocious names; and
"Whereas thero being other very
Important matters to bo consulted with
tho said Attorney General which has
sluco been submitted to him In writ
ing, another communication was ad
dressed to tho said Attorney Genera!
by and through his Deputy, Judge W
L. Whitney, (u few days after tho Mist
Cured by Lydia E. Pink-1
Iiam'sVcgctable Compound ,
Milwaukee. Wis. "I.villn K Pink. I
ham's Vegetable Compound li.-n made
ino n wen woman,
and I would like to
tell the vvliolevvorld
of It. I suffered
nnd fearful painiln i
my back. I had the!
best doctors audi
they all decided;
that I had a tumor .
in addition to my I
female trouble, nnd
ndvlscd nn olcni.
tlon. I, villa i:.
'lu'xluim s Vegetable Comiouiid raude
me n well woman and I linvo no ihore
backache. 1 hopo I can help others by
telling tlieni what I.) ilia V.. I'lukhain's
Yeget.iblu Compound lias done for
me;"'- Mux. IImm.Ujuk, m l'lrstSU,
Milwaukee, Wis. .
Tho above li only ono of tho thou
sands of grateful letters which nro
constantly being received by the
I'lnkliain .Medicine Company of Lynn,
Masi.,w lilcli provu beyond a doubt that
Lytlln K. I'lnkham's Vegetable Com
pound, mailo from roots nnd herbs,
actually does euro theso obstinate dis
eases of women after nil other menus
havo failed, stud that every such titt
ering woman owes It to herself to at
least give J.) dla li Plnkh.im's VfRrta.
Mo Compound a trial before submit
ting to tin operation, or giving up
liojm of recovery. '
Mr, rlnkliiiiii, of Lynn, Mini.,
Invite all nick women to urllrtj
licr for nilvlco. Sim 1ms culilcil
tlmiisiiiiilK to lienlth nnd tier
ndvloc Is free. .
rldlcuto wr.'oh appeared In the P C '
Advertiser o. January 13, 19DD), In'
whlchi special "cquest was niadi) not
to divulge any miller which might bO
riquestcd without permission there j
"Whereas, by ronso.i of tho discour
tesy of tho Attorney f. tieral nnd tint '
constant "nagging and burping" of the
press. His Imperial Japanese .Mnjestv'sl
Consul Gcneial has been led to believe
that there Is really a strong itoslro toj
dlscriminnto against liln eople, ami
has so reported to his government,
"Whereas, becaiiso of thu utter ills
legnrd and lack of courtesy illspl.ived.
a ic quest for legal advice and opinio. i
on tho subject was sent to the Untie 1
States Attorney General, on Janu in
n r.iilS, with a full statement of tint
ease nnd iiellon of the Attonuv Gin
oral of Hawaii, In uhlt'h It was utile I
that the promised measure would b
lutiodiiced If the opinion Is not re
ceived betoro tho opening day of the
present hi'sslon of the Legislature; and
that tho measure would bo disposed of
according to the opinion and coiuistl
"Whereas, by reason of the Indis
creet manner lu which this Important
question was allowed undue pulillcl'y.
threats of personal Injury have been
made, necessitating constant vigilance
mid caio lu mingling with Orientals,
'Therefore, bo It Itesolvod, that tho
Governor of this Territory bo and ho
Is hereby requested to demand tho
resignation of C. II. llomenwnv, Lsq
Attorney General of tho Territory of
John SIcN. Parker, former malinger! I
of Kan rrauclsco llallio.i hotel, gets:
three year Bcntonco.
THE NEW 30-H P.
On the next boat will be our 7
PASSENGER, 40-H. P.
nnd 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURINO OAR.
Call and tee them at the
NE PLUS ULTRA
KEE LOX CARBON,
RIBBONS and ERASERS
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
Ours. Made on the Snot.
HQTEL NEAR UNION.
A new Lot Just Opened Up
TAFFETA AND SATIN
New Patterns in Fancy Ribbons
NUUANU below HOTEL.
Every One of Them. See our
J. M. L E V Y & C 0.
YEE CHAN & CO.
KING AND BETHEL STS.
Get it Now on our easy-pay-ment
plan. Come in and hear
BER0STR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Wall YiogCli cits Co,
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
031 FORT ST.
All kinds in rolls and ih?ets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel, 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
EMPLOYMENT A0ENCY $
Japanese male and female help MirK
piled piompllv for any work. 11-jr
I nloti St . Phone J7i -JsaK-lnl
Spot rush fui I idles and men's cloth
lug No loo Nuuanu St. ItuyeJ
will mil 42.19-t
Piano taught in six months by expo
rleined nn hci . S3 month 8 lesj
ns special attention to ml nil
glnnu- Address "Toachcrijj
tllletln office -1237-lui
If you arc start
inp; in house
er the cost of n
wood stove and
the fuel it con
its life. 1
and the joys of
will be kept
down. - 5
Gas Co., Ltd.
PROTECTS AND BEAUTIFIES
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST. PHONE 775.1,
Orders for Live Stockl
C. H. BELLINA leaves for S. F.
Fib. 27. All orders left with him!
will receive careful attention.
, Fort St.
The Manhattan Cafe'
Meals and Short Orders nt All Times
of the Day and Night. Wo Never J
bleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop,
Horse, Harness and;
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
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