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EVENINd UUI.LET1N, HONOLULU, T. II., WCDNK8DAY, Al'It. 7, 1900.
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, When a remedy lias Hed for over thiity years, steadily
crowing in p pul.irity and influence, and thousands upon
thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it,
is it not reasonable to believe that it U an article of great
' We challenge the woild to show any other one remedy
for a special class of disease which has attained such art
enormous demand and maintained it for m many years as
lias Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound, the famous
woman's lemedy fo womanV ills. Unless it is a very good
medicine and the claims made for it are honest, such a record
would have been impossible fraud or misrepresentations
4 would long ago have been detected and the business gone
into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter:
Slclltpunip, Town: "I"iiffereil for ninny yours with frinnlo
troubles itillaiiimiitlnn, ami bearing-down pains, so Unit 1 wis
umiltlc to do in) work.
"LjiIIh K.lMiikltiuu'it'VcpctnMo Compound iins recommended,
niul I am so tlinnlcf til for tho frrcnt uooil It lias dono inc. I feel
Unit I niu n lUlntr uiHcitisohieiit for tilts inodlelno ns I luno
liillueiiecd -o umin of m friends to uso It. no tlintilcftil inn I
that It ronton):! mo to litniltli." lUrs. Clara Wiitvritmtin, It. 1. 1,
. When a woman like Mr Watcnnann is generous enough
to write such a letter as the above for publication, she
should at least be given credit for a sincere desiie to help
other suffering women. For we assure you there is no
other reason why she should court such publicity.
k Wcsayit inall sincerity and friendship try this medicine.
ror.'JOjenrs Ljrilu I'. IMnkliiiin's VcKetablo
Compound has been the standard remedy for
femalo Ills. No sick lwnniin does Justlco to
herself Hlin nlll not trj this famous medicine,
nlmlo exclusively from roots and herbs, nnd
lias thousands of cure to its credit.
iKflE"" :I rs- l'lrikhnm iiultes nil sick vnmon
Hr" to write her for advice. Slio hns
guided thniisiuds to health free of t linrgr.
Address 31 rs. l'inkliam, Jjjini, Muss.
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FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MORNINGS.
FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND EASTER SUNDAY.
The Best and Freshest in the City, at
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The Common Senw Eaaor, combining the best qnali
ties of the safety detithnbls razor 'with the comfort and
easy-cutting qualities of the old-style blade.
These blades, of specially hardened English steel, kold
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PAYNE TARIFF RAISES BARS AGAINST FEMININE LUXURIES THAT
MANY BELIEVE ARE NOW NECESSITIES CONGRESS-
MEN ARE SWAMPED WITH PETITIONS.
WHAT THE NEW BILL DOES
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 0. Wrangling, confusion, and person
alities bordering on nbuso marked the first day'a debate, on tho tariff
amendments. Mr. l'njno defended tho duty on hosiery and gloves ns n
means of Increasing tho protection of American manufacturers.
CHICAGO, III , April 0 The Petition of women against tho pro
poned Increnpo of duty on hosiery nnd gloves now contains half a million
names, It nlll co to Washington at once.
Washington, I). C. Hals aic blgg-ir
than ever nnd tho tnrllT on them Is go
ing to bo tailor than ever. Milady Is
going to bo a moro cxpcnslto luxury
than over before, If tho bchedules ot
tho l'ajno bill relitlng to her adorn
ment becumo law.
It's u mighty serious thing thit tho
Wnjs and Means Committee hns and
irt iken Silk stockings arc going to
come higher than they have been
known In tho inst readier, aigret
tes, furs and tho IlKo will be "out of
bight" '1 lie only ones known to bo
pleased arc tho ostriches. They will
bo able to run around tho Sahara In
their natural togg, for tho milliners
najH the duties arc nlmost prohibitive
l'crfumcs get n big lift, and scented
boips n ro raised scandalously, so wo
Olove Tariff Raited,
Tho Increased duties on gloves con-
ctltulo one of the great sorrow s of tho
bill. The New York glove making In
terests up around Olovcrsvlllo got tho
increases put in, on the ground that
the llmo has now como when tho
American manufacturers nio ablo to
comiictc, with proper encouragement.
ngilnst tho Trench and Italian mak
ers, so gloves arc raised various
amounts, going up to S per dozen for
tho fourteen Inch gloves, with thlrtj
flvo cents additional per dozen for ev
er) Incrcarc In the length of tho glove.
Tho twentj four button shoulder length
gloves will cost so much that the pos
besslon of sin pnlrs will be ovldcnco of
posKesdng piodlglous wealth.
The women weio the persons whom
the old McKluley bill or ISO J hit hard
est, Tho measure lifted tho duties on
household hosleiles. nil kinds of cloth
Ing, dNlics and the like. It didn't get
bo much nctlon ou nrtlclcs of luxury
as does tho 1'aj no bill. Which Is near
est niul denrct to n wonnn, her van
ities or her household interest?
The Democrats uru going to get very
bus with there women schedules ot
tho now lav. Thoy oplno that oven If
tho women don't vote they will havo
Influence about tho tlmo thoy an
nounce I hat a hat which used to bo 150
Is now $75, and ln "Just tho only one
In town that mother can woar." Tho
women defeated tho Republicans In
tho Congressional election of 1890 be
ciuso of tho McKlnloy bill; defeated
them hnrdir than heforo or since. And
when Champ Clark scanned tho "wo
men schedules" of tho Pnjno bill ho
bnlffcd, chuckled and observed:
Champ Clark Hopeful.
"Ah, dear creatures, you will ho on
our slilo when wo aro dono telling jou
what all this means. Mcthlnks I see
whoro wo get oft In tho next Congres
Women's nntl tariff clubs will bo or
ganized and protests from nil sorts of
organizations of women will bo mado
n feature by tho Interests that aro get
ting rndy to fight tho big Increases In
what tho makers of tho bill call lux
"Luxuries, Indeed," snipped a wo
man in a thlrtj -six Inch Merry Widow,
with n plume which would ho taxed
$2,145 under tho now bill. "Don't
they know oBtrlch plumes nro uecos
Baiy? 8co any Increase In tho bror
tnx? Not a cent. Insignificant In
cronso on cigarettes and a huge ad
vanco on gloves. Olrj we'll show them
w bother tho women can nuko them
Hero aro somo revised definitions.
based on tho constructions cmplovcd
by tho now tariff measuic, nj drawn
up by women critics of tho bill;
Luxury Something which Is used
by a person who enn't vote.
Neccssno Something whleli Isn't
necessarily necessary, but which U
used by n i orson who can voto,
"Luxuries' Used Dy Women.
"Most of tho nrtlclcs on which duties
huvo been increased aio luxuries,"
avers tho official explanation of tho
changes proposed by tho now bill. In
vestlgatlon nlso shows that most of
thoni nro nrtlclcs used by women. A
woman who sns sho went through
tho bill with a flag toothed comb, do
clarcB that sho rnn't find a single art
Iclo whoso uso Is personal to men, on
which tho duty has been raised, whllo
almost ovory artlclo on which tho dutj
U raised relates to tho feminine equip
ment. Just obscrvo this succoselon of
Perfumes and tollot articles, raised
from S Oto CO per cent nd valorem
Ilottlo caps, enamelled, from 43 to
5B poi cent nd valorem.
Coal tur lives or colors, fiom 30 to
33 per cont ad vulniom.
l'lim (hat or otherwise), with oinn
mental heads, Including thoso sot with
precious atones, ponrls or coral, from
10 to fin per rent ad valorem.
So niudi fur n Ijpleal schedule. Rut
consider now tho candy Industry, n
traffic already under scandalous bur
dens by reason of tho pure food law,
which has mado candy cost moe than
Cocoa, crude, from tho frco list to
the dutlablo at four cents per pound. ,
Cocoa, prepared or mmufactured,
allied nt not over fifteen cents per
pound, Increased from two and one
half to five cents per pound. Valued nt
over fifteen cents per pound, Increiscd
from two nnd one-half to van Ing fig
ures UP to nlpo .cents per ixitnn.
Spices, Increases nit along tho lino:
generally, they nro raised from tho
frco list to about thirty per cent ad
Knncy soaps, from fifteen to twcnl)
cents per pound.
Who shnll say that feathers aro lux
uries, Just because men don't wear
them? Nobody but this mean Mr.
1'ayno. lie thinks they're luxuries, and
Increases them thus:
Feathers, frbm fifteen to twenty per
cent nd valorem.
Furs, dressed on the skin, from twen
ty to twenty-seven nnd one half per
cent ad valorem.
Manufactures of hair, from twenty
to twenty-five per cent nd v.alorem.
Stockings a Luxury?
And stockings. Aro they a luxury?
Doesn't Mr. Paypc, erhaps, think we
need 'cm? Is there nnj thing that peo
ple uso moro? Thero aro even some
fnw men who don't drink beer or whis
key, or smoko cigars. Rut thoso things
don't Buffer. Not n cent Incrcanc In
the tax on tho things that men use.
Yet thero is Increase In the duties on
stockings nil tho way along tho list,
with tho beautiful silk and thread open
work ones bearing tho heaviest burden,
of courso. Could anything bo meaner
or moro inconsiderate?
And glovis Think of gloves being
regarded ns n luxury! Is thero a woi
man who doesn't wonr 'cm? Hero's
what this Payno person docs in tliu
way of Increasing tho duties:
Women's nnd children's gloves not
over fourteen Inches In length as fol
"Schmaschcn," from 1.7B per dozen
"Olnce," of rhecp origin, from $2 30
per dozen; 1"
"With exterior grain surfaco re
moved," from $2 BO per dozen;
"Kid of other leathers than ot Bhccp
skin," from $3 por dozen pairs;
nil rnlsod to )4 per dozen pairs
ani imny nvo cents additional per
dozen for every inch of additional
And that Isn't all. It's only a little
suggestion. Thoy havo written somo
jokers into tho bill that will mako it
harder than over for tho mllllnera to
bflng In their stutr from Germany and
franco at low valuations, mi as to nave
n llttlo on tho duly. Thcv'ro Just after
tho women nil along tho lino, and tho
women aro going to Join tho surtraKott"
movement and dorm tho Houso nnd
Senate nnd Insist on going to jail or
making cart till speeches, ns they do
didn't lay the foundation of his
stupendous fortune by spending
his week's salary on Saturday
His advice to the man who
would be wealthy is; "Work
as hard as you can, earn as
much as you tan, and SAVE
ALL YOU CAN."
We'll lend you one of our
handy home savings banks if vou
start an account with us. We
pay 4 1-2 per cent, on savings
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Capital and Surnlus, $1,000,000
giving them a chance for a season of
One thing Mr. fcllcford Is very much
avcrso to Is Sjinday iiorformanccs,
leaving all religious, viows nut of tho
matter, ha believes that his people
should havo ono day of rest at least,
and ho Is alwavs ono of tho first to
suggest Sunday closing, or to encour
ago any effort for tho betterment of
actor folk. Tho salo of scats for "Pals,"
tho opening bill, Is on nt the Orphouin
box office tomorrow morning nnd Man
agcr Cohen has been besieged with
calls for tickets tho Inst week.
Whitney & Marsh
Are Now on Display
' i t i
Just One of Each
FOR GOOD FRIDAY: GERMAN EASTER CAKE.
ORDER BYFHONE 098 OR 115.
The German Bakery
W. H. ZIMMERMAN. Prop.
Bakery, King St. Sales Depot, Fort near Hotel.
GOOD FRIDAY SERMON
BY FATHER CHASE
Ilor. rather Chase, Chaplain at
Lcllehua, will prench at the Catho
lic Cathedral at 8' o'clock' Friday eve
ning Instead of 8 o'clock Sunday
morning, ns previously announced.
This will bo tho evening service at
the Cathedral of Good Friday, and
peoplo ot overy faith aro invited to
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 185.
Residents of Hawaii
PUSP09EKG to visit SBATTLE during the time of the
EXPOSITION, SV'JTZ 1st TO OCTOBER llth, will find
it to their adraatacs to call at the rooms of the Hawaii
ProMotic CoamitUe aid register ia order tkat assistance
may V xndertd them in secarinc; desirable hotel aocom
aoiaHoa. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Fares on file.
SEASON OF LENT
Willis ISnss, business manager of
the Kllcford Company tells a clover
story that Is vory appropriate now In
tho Lenten senson. Ho was ahead of
his attraction at Ventura, Cat , last
j car during Lent, and on tho night ot
his arrhal In town, u colored concert
compaii) was holding forth at tho the
atre, Tho town'n population Is mado
up largely ot Catholics, nnd as they
wero obicrvlng tho Beason, tho houso
was very light to hear tho "cullod
brethren," Tho mnn who was on tho
door heaid sovornl peoplo remarking
rcintethlng about "Lent hinting the"
business." Alter settling up tho re
ceipts of the houso ho went back on
Jho stage to turn over tho cash to ,
colored lady who was tho proprietor.
When ulie saw tho box office statement
and the slzo of tho house, sho ox
chimed, ".My. Bill, that's light, what's
the mntlorl" Tho doorkeoper
scratched his head nnd replied. "I
don't know. Missus, do only thing I
could , learn was something about
'Lent,. 'Pears dot all do peoplo has
lent out dero money, somehow." The
manageress sniffed and replied, "Well,
It's sartln Dill, dey didn't lend It In
dls head town, to look at dat houso."
Mr, Ilass states that Mr. niloford In
tended opening hero Friday, April 9th.
on tho arrival of tho company on tho
Alameda, but know that it would
pleaso Honolulu playgoers who ob
scrio I.cMit to innkn tho opening Mon
day, April 12, tho day after Kaster,
A Real Sale
THE CL0SING-0UT SALE we are now conducting is
the most successful in the history of our mercan
tile business. More sales were made, and more
cash taken in by our sales force on Monday than
on the day before Christmas last year. It was a record
Ladies Recognize the Value
of our offerings and are quick to take advantage of
them. The sale is genuine, bona fide, legitimate. It
will continue until every article advertised is sold. The
old style of renewing stock as the sale advances will
not be practiced here; we are selling out, not buying in.
All that the most exacting taste could
from every part of the world where
lace is constructed.
all that the term implies, from thim
bles to back combs and everything
silk and lisle thread, from wrist
lengths to the length of an arm.
Ribbons, Muslin Underwear,
SKIRTS, White, Poplin, Whito Hep,
ItAGLAN COATS IK the SWELL
PATTERNS and SHADES.
DOMESTICS TURKISH BATH
TOWELS, Face Towels, Eetc.
CURTAINS in lace silkoline, scrim
Millinery, Pattern Mats,
Persian Lawns, Percales, Piques,
Glen-Tissue, Monotone Silks, Etc.
WE HOLD THE CENTER OF THE STAGE UNTIL THIS SALE CLOSES.
L, B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
.v. .rrtth, .yiit JitSslil'attMmUii .!.. u.Ua. .v.. &- liir.