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TWO-PIECE SUITS made of French Rep, Linen, and Piqui and hand
somely trimmed in the very latest styles and cut, at prices ranging from
$13. 50 a suit upwards.
PRINCESS GOWNS in new models, made of the softest materials and
trimmed in lace and fine embroideries; colors: white, champagne, deli
cate pink, and light blue. Prices, $G.5Q upwards.
PONGEE SILK COATS for afternoon and evening wear, in the latest
style, from 11.50 upwards.
We heve never before shown a
more beautiful or varied collection.
NEW BORDER BATISTE in new
patterns and pretty colorings, striped
and figured, nt 15 and 10 2-3
DIRECTOIRE FOULARDS with
merccrked finish in brown, navy,
pongee, lavender, and white, at 25i
DRESS LINENS in solid colors,
light blue, pink, cadet, Nile ereen,
and champagne, 350 and 40 yd.
NEW CROSSBAR DUUTTES of ex
tra fine quality, in the new 1009 pat
terns and perfect colorings, 250 yd.
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THE 7-PABSENGER, 40-H.P.
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SEATS AND SPRINGS
Low Prices Good Work
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TAPESTRY. Roman Stripes, in a
variety of designs, 50 in. wide, 500
and 050 per yd.
COUCH TAPESTRY, double width,
embossed in solid colors, and in Ta
pestry combination, vOO0 and
FURNITURE TAPESTRY in silk
mixed, very Dretty designs and col
orings, y.i per yd. and upw.
FIGURED TAPIS, ereen and blue.
with black dots, yd. wide, 450 yd.
NEW BURLAPS, in all colors,
yard wide, 200 yd.
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FACTORY at Iwilet; Tel 430.
"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
and other old pictures reproduced and enlarged
IS RAISED TO $700
Promotion Committee Is
Allowed $6000 a
Forty-Eighth Day Afternoon Session.
In tho Committee of the Whulo v
tcrtlay afternoon thu Semite raised thu
appropriation!! for salaritu, mainte
nance of lioxriltaU, promotion work,
charity purpose's and several otliurj
The Queen's monthly nllowanco was
raised to $700 from $C2S. Thu appro-
prlatlon for promotion work jmsseu at
(G000 and otluy Items for maintenance
of hospitals and charity work were lib
Itobliison asked an appropriation of
$1300 for pay rolls und $7200 for the
maintenance of Mululanl Hospital In
Wallukit. Smith In seconding the mo
tion said that tho Institution has been
very useful on the Island ct Maul. Thu
Item passed. Hllo Hospital, on motion
of Ilrown, wan bIoi nn appropriation
of $11,300. Harvey moved that $7200
be appropriated for the Kaplo)anl Ma
ternity Home. All tho above Items
Knmlscu. who was presiding, called
out to Pulrchild to ook after (he
Kauai hospital, but, unfortunately, ho
was not In, and hence no appropriation
was secured for the Kauai hospital.
Tho salary for clerk of Supreme
Court passed nt $150 a month. Henry
Smith, who hns been clerk of tho Ju
dicial y department for many jcars,
will, It Is said, be Klvcn another post
lion In tho First Circuit.
Stenographer and clerk pay passed
at $125 n month. Assistant clerks,
bal'lff. librarians and messengers
wero Klvcn $3600 n year.
Tho salaries of all the Interpreters
of the I'lrst Circuit, Including tho Ha
waiian, Japanese, Chinese and Porta
kucho, weru fixed at $125 n month.
The clerk t tho Second Circuit was
ttlven n salaiy of $125. anil u special
appropriation of $2500 provided for
Coellio wanted tho expense nllow
anco of tho court raised to $10,000
from $"500. Fulled.
The salary for tho clerk of the
Fourth Circuit was raited from $125 to
$150 a month. Tho assistant clerk
was given $125 and Hawaiian inter
preter $100. The, appropriation for n
I'ortugucsa interpreter was stricken
The salary of tho Superintendent of
Public Archives passed nt $125. linker
moved that a salary of $100 bo appro
priated for a translator of tho archives.
His motion failed, but on motion of
McCarthy an appropriation of $5000
paused. This Item included the salary
of a translator.
Queen's Allowance Raited.
On motion of Ilakcr, which was
udopted, tho allowance of Queen Mil
uokalanl was raised from $G25 ti month
to $700. Chllllngworth, In supporting
Coclho's motion to Increase It to $050.
stated that she had been tho Queen of
ho people and In order to kcop up tho
llgnlty, though ulio Is living In private
life. It was pecCBsary tu give her a
decent nllownncc. McCarthy was
nshnmed of making a small lalso of
$25. He suggested that a decent ralso
bo made, which passed according to
Chllllngworth made an eloquent
speech In support of Iho promotion
work. Ho nsked'that $0000 a year bo
niovldpd, Carried. Daker wanted to
know If the amount just appropriated
Included the bringing of Immigrants
Into tlm Territory.
The Gowinor sent down-tho follow
ing message of appointments:
"I hereby nominate and pronoun,
with the advce apd consent of the
Senate, to appoint tlie'lollowlng per
sons to tho following o likes:
Hoard to Allot Qne-Fourth of Snecl.il
Incomo Tax. (Act 33, T.avvs of 1909
Joseph P Cooko, Marston Campbell.
i:. v. wiicox.
Fmlt-flrowlug and Truck-Farming
Commission. (Joint Resolution No. 1,
Session of 1909). E. V. Wilcox. Al
fred W. Carter, tj'hoodoro F. Lansing.
Hoard of Mcodbo Commlaslonertt
Onhii: F h. Wnldr'on, Wlllard H.
Ilrowp, Kauai: Hdwln 1. Desjia,
Department of Public Instruction
William Hydo Itlce, Worh' O, Aiken,
Iqhn T Molr.
'On motion of Senator Chllllugwnrfli,
jctlon on (ho picsBngQ was, defence!
Governor Signs Bills.
Secretary Mott-Smlth Informed the
P. EL RStratich
(1330 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui Sf . at Kapalaina, in rear
of St. Elizabeth' Home. Lot 50x
130. House 6 rooms, '
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDG. 74" 9. KINO 8T.
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Benato that the (love nor had signed
(lie following bills:
Honso Hill No. 61 Ai 77, entitled
"An Act Relating to Inventories of
House lllll No. 170. Act 78. entitled
"An Act to Provide for Refunding
Ponded Indebtedness or the Territory
House lllll No. 177 Act 79, entitled
"An Act to Amend Section 23 of an
Act entitled 'An Act Incorporating thu
City and County of Honolulu' being Act
118 of the Session I-uws of 1307"!
House Ulll No. 29. Act 80. entitled
"An Act to Amend Art 99 of ttfti Ses
sions Laws 'of 1905, entitled 'An Act
Providing for the Construction of
Roads through and from Public Mud
Opened for Settlement' ';
Honso lllll No. 1C5. Art SI: entitled
"An Act Providing for tho Caro and
Medical Treatment of 1'irsons afflicted
v.: n u i: ii n a k :: :: :: n n n n
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BY THE ELLEF0RDS
Comedy relcnod nt the Ornhcum last
night when tho Ulleford Co. presented
riiu American (llrl to a much-
pleased house. The plav needs no des
cription or wordB of prulte as the BIJc-
lords piesented It hole two years ago
to three full houses, hut the perform
ance this year is much superior to the
It seems to Rlvo the popular Osboru
children a chance to show that they
can act ns well as sing and iluuce, jilitl
they held up their reputation In a man
ner that surprised their most anient
admliers. Miss Duo hail a part that
gave her u cjianco to show what she
totild do In tho emotional lino and
standi hero as onu of the best little
leading ladles Mr. Klleford ever
brought from tho mainland In the
comedy parts. flco. Hernandez and
Mattlu I.loyd Luce kept up their repu
tations ns laugh-makers and In fact
OVCrl' member of tint romtmnv Itpnnuul
to please, and Iho nmllenco went home
with nothing but words of praise. 'The
American OlrP Is the bill for tonight.
And tomorrow and Saturday the big
western story "Ueacon Lights" Is the
hill. It Is sensational In character.
Tho action of tho play taking place In
u Western military post Tho Satnr
rtayiniatlnce bill, "Pals . will give thu
littler, rout u.ji clianco to see n good bill
that waM'ii'oduced tho first of tho
week. Tho Osborn children will have
f. new specialty for their llttlo friends.
Seats, aiiVtyw selling at tho Orplieuni
box offlco for all the Blleford perform
Tho Pollards will produce "Check
er for the llrst time tonight at the
Oljehi House. In this comedy, one of
thrJnost successful. over written, the
jo'ung actors have parts that suit them
perfectly. Alfred Gouldlng will play
Checkers, tho youth who falls u love
Willi a girl and mills that her father
wl not consent to their engagement
unless he can produce fivo thousand
THE PARK THEATRE.
Tho clover little Melnotte Sisters are
getting rounds of uppluuse every even
ing. They change their songs tnlco
a week and always have something
how and pretty. Tho weather is now
bottled and one can depend on a good
performance every oventng. Tho fiesh
atmosphere nt this theatre adds much
to thu pleasure of thu audience. An
other film picturing tho noble traits
or tho humblo dug will go on the
T1E ART THEATRE.
A special hand-colAred. firm, "Blue
Illrd" Is the feature at the program
today and tomoirow Mrs. llnlley has
Just returned from the ' coast ami
In ought with her sopiu now machines
of lui latest infidels. Tho management
of tho Ait Is using evfiry effu'rt, to gef
thu best (hero Is Ip Iho moving plcluie
THE 3AN FRANCISCO THEATRE.
Tonight now prize numbers will be
given out nnd Friday night Is big ama
tcur night nt this popular open air Ihe
ntre. You can nhvnjs hear good music
huie nhd the pictures thrown on the
rcrecn uio the largest In tho city.
THE RQyAL THEATRE.
This theatre Is getting to be known
us thu tourist theatie. You hear tho
best of Hawaiian iniislc here, tho films
uro very clear apd new rind the audl:
once a cosnoplltan one, that Is as en
tertaining tonvatci us tio films,
THE GEM THEATRE.
Kv or) body went away delighted with
tho flls displayed l Ibis cosy ttlo
theatro last night. The machine is
working at Its best, and changing pirns
llireo times a week you canuwByg ho
sine of seeing something now.
Thero will bo' a public band concert
this evening nt 7:30 at tjio Knknako
Mai ch El Capltan .... Sousa
Overture Poet and Peasant ... Suppu
Uallud Alice, Where Art Thou, .Ashor
HAS BEEN APPOINTED
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Members Fear Coat 01
48th Day Afternoon Session
A committee was appointed yester
Jay afternoon by tho Speaker to In
vestigate Into the charges of graft
that have been Hying back nnd foith
about tho llouso of Representatives
ever since last Saturday. The com
mittee, It was nnnounccd, wus to be
gin Its sittings nl 10 o'clock this
morning In the Speaker's private of
fice. Shingle, Coney, nnd Knwcwelil
were appointed as the members of
tho committee. They could not s.ij
last night whether or not tho hear
ings would be public, but It Is prob
able Unit they will be on the Mar
chamber order, that being In Iln-i
with Speaker llolstcln's general po'
Icy us regards everything "but mai
lers of mere routlno,
'fjie Judclary Committee, to, which
was referred the resolution prrscptert
Tuesday by Kalclopu for the appoint
ment of an Investigating committee,
reported back n substitute resolution
of the tame genera) teppr as the orig
inal measure, and was In accord
ance with the pipylslons of this res
olution that tho commltteo was HP-
pointed to nose out graft If there be
It was noticeable that Speaker
Holstcln did not appoint on thin com
inltteo nny (if'thj; Insurgents. Kn
vewclil is a Democrat or n Iouio Killer-
-ho dur not seem to be sur-3 just
which. Shingle has made tho state
ment on tho "loor of tho llouso that
ho believes In standing by the Speak
er, right or wrong. Coney Is anoth
er member of tho "Cabinet" and gen
erally backs Spenkcr Holstcln up III
everything tho latter docs unless It
be something that is liable to In Jut o
When tho House arose yesterday
tho comment was freely made that
tho commltteo Is to be a whitewash
ing committee, und that it will report
back that It eoilld find no ovldcnces
of graft. Severnl members asked
why Cohen, Long, or Affopro was
nut made a member of the committee
Instead of appointing three men who
have steadfastly denied that there U
any graft going on and who will have
to be convinced against their own
Kuwewchi's "two-County" bill
was plastered with amendments yes
torday afternoon pntll it presented a
dellclot)sly ' ridiculous appearance,
and was theiriauphted to death, lly
(he time iho llouso cot 'through
slicking amendments ull ovor It It
looked so funny that even its' proud
father was willing that It be 'given
decent burial, and ho himself voted
with tho other members of the llouso
tu table It.
When, for the fifth time, the bill
was taken up for third reading,
there wns au Imuicdtnto flood of
amendments offered, the Clerk set
ting no less (hap sixteen tu. read.
And cvpry opu-of thept was atjupted.
)y the terms iff ope amendment
the City and Cquujy qt Honolulu vyus
made n suburb of (ie County of Kasl
Hawaii, the amendment offered by
V'ur.tadp providing (hat nl Islands
within 200 nnutlcal uilics of the
toast of L'unt ilawafl e Included u
(he mw t'oui(y. Anpther ppicnd;
incut. al'jKi by Furtado, wus to give
li.ist Hawaii 70 per pent, of the bal
apco u the Coupty Treaaury of tho
Comity of Hawaii. Kavyewehj ob
jected strenuously to this, aypg It
Jool.ei) llko gj-'aft, l)i)t- the ) louse
elu'ertulh' adopted the amendment.
When It seemed that there was no
tnopi for r.py further umen'dpicnts to
be phisterei) nn, Itlco nrose and In a
icgictful tone announced that the
bill was spoiled, so It might as well
be tabled. Tho rest of the House
looked. iluy mournful, but alt tho
members iiirnecl tncir tnumus uovn
iiu 'be hill gave up tho ghost,
Tlld Nnt Concur
Tho 'House refused tq cqneur In
Iho Senate unifndniep'ts lo the ''show
bill," tho motion to non-concur meet
lug with a chorus oi kokuns. A' con
ferenco commltteo cppslstlng of Co
hen, Like, Klnpey, and Knmnhu was
Tho llouso by a voto pf 14 to 12
Selection Hello of Bohemia
- . Enghindcr
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. nr. by Ilorgcr
Solectlon Unipcroni lloviow
, .' '. . . . Eldcnbcrg
Wuu-nEl Paso . i , , Anthony
Finale Moklhnmi Beigcr
Tho Star Siwngled Danuer.
Tlioibatfd will play at Fort Slmfter
riven to all orders for
funriirred In tho Senate ameinlmrni
to the depositary bill.
House lllll -'OS, the substitute
vvlielcs" bill, which takes the plin
of the three bills originally liri-o-
dufeil hy Shingle, passed Its third
lending. Senate Hill 10C, providing
for the pavmrnt of claims totaling
$2200.72 Incurred during the lima
of the first and unsuccessful County
Act, ulro passed third reading.
Knmanmiltt Introduced n lesolu
Hon which, If It were to become law
would virtually have the effect of
limiting fish out of the mnikets of
The resolution Is ns follows:
"He It Itesolved by the lleuife of
Iteprese'ntntlvcH of the Territory of
Hawaii, That Jhe lloaid or Health
be reqiiested to direct Its several fish
Inspectors to prevent the sale of nny
deep-sea fish or llshes that have been
Kept alive In any stuingo ir fishing
boat fur more than twenty-four (21)
hours after the same have been
caught, and that said Inspectors bo
given authority tu prevent the sale
pf any such fish or fishes from nny
flshlpg boat pr boats remaining away
i rum lis mooiipg in any harbor
throughout this Tcirltory for more
thnu twenty-four (21) hours at anv
Tpc Agricultural Committee, by
Its chad man, Shingle, presented n
concurrent resolution lelntlng to how
tho SlSO.000 nnttiral resources shaie
of thu Immigration tax should be
Thfre Is a rlann at licatLlrhes thtt
are vrr wrsltcnt and vrry painful,
tpat ure to Iw umwcliHl where there
nppcnrn to Ihj no citmo for tli-m, es
pfclnlly In Ihouc ccs In utilch thero
an- UfcreHflfd or senuty rllmlnntlons.
ineac nrn uiunuy UKiy symrioms ana
nifHii that lli kidneys arts not elimi
nating tlir toxins pr polinns, nnil thai
they uro retained In the circulation.
It Is In liuch cnsei that npoplello symp
toms or drowsiness and convulsions fol
low." The. central dldlculty Is sgaln Indiim
mntlon of tho kldnevs Unit has to nn
extent closed tho kidney functions, nnd
It 1" apparent that a redaction of the
liill.imuuitlpn w ro-onaii the tubulue
with Kradilnl retorallon
As the direct edict of fulton'a nenal
Compntinil In to alratn Inllanini.itlou In
tho kidney llues. It Is soon why It U
thr nrt tldnr to be effective in thes
cases nnd why fullurn has l-n the
rule 'unOer the old liullrrct treatment.
The symptoms Under the above head
ing are uracnt nnd permit or no delay,
for before Ihls Compound wss (Uncov
ered they wero nearly always fatal and
generally In u few months.
(In snch caaea' hot baths will nld the
lUnul Compound, as sweallnc helps to
relieve tho uri-nmlc condition.)
Literature rhnllts! free.
JOI1N J. KUIfTON CO,
Honolulu riruB Co, Kort Bt. nro oui
tnM local agents. Ask for lll-Monthb
llulletln of lito recoveries. 71
. Secretary Wppd In his report t
tho Promotion Committee for this nf
ternoon makes reftrenco tu the mu
nicipal advertising that Is going on
At n meeting pf the different bus
iness Interests pf Iluffalu, New York,
held February 17th, It was decided
to raise a fund uf ,$T.00,000 fpr ad
vertising thu city. Missouri Is plan
ning lo spend 150,000 annually,
South Dakota tho jnmo. Spokane
Washington, spent JCU.nOO In 11I0S;
St. ('an! will spend as much In 1909
Wo make a point of keeping close
ly In touch wth the progresslvo or
gaiUutpis pf these different Stales
nnd Cltcs and endeavor lo profit by
Hllo, April 11th, 1909.
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, Ho
nolulu. pear Sirs: Wo have arrived here
this afternoon, having a good voyage
i" think we Will always remembct
and look back upon our merry visit
to Hnlelwa nnd Nmianii Pall.
Jn behalf nf myself apil officers nm
midshipmen under my command, J
pqve tho honor to offer you my sin
cere thanks fur your kind hospitality
With njy best wUhes,
' (Slg) H UlCIII
KAPAEAHI In this city, ApiU 13
1909, Mrs. Kawnahulu Knpacnhl,
aged SO years, mother of Charles
Kanuha. Funeral this afternoon at
E o'clock from Knnuhn rcsldcncu to
Pearl City cemetery.
JSJ. Williams has tho pegnttves nf
uoiiuiuip reyntncea pisue uy Mr. t.a
erts. Duplicates may bo had. Order
by Etreet nnd number.
Prison for Banker Hnwesvllle. Kv.,
April 8. James II, Parish, who was
president of tho defunct' Owensboro.
Ky savings bank nnd trnst company,
nap iiceu given nvo years t piuo pent
GEARY-STREETABOVt UH10K SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRAhXIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A OAT UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAT UP
J A new bun town holil. Steel and
brick structure. Furnished it cost of
$150,000. Eieri comfort and contml
ence. On car lines Irinsferrinz It ill
parts ot titj. Omcltus meets ill Irihi
Now reoo!rniz''d ai llaw-aiian
Cable Addicss "TKAWETS."
WIEEH YOU OET V0UR
by us you will be satisfied in
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
FItLST FRUITS ami
VEGETABLES just in.
T He trllv e r,
lnsr St. near Bethel.
a Phone 7G.
28 LOAVES FOR $1.00.
1120 i-i rt Jhone 197.
Ckas. &,. Frazier
fhone 371, 122 King St. i
GEO. S. WELL, it-.T.
a'OTEL ST. iONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1X85.
5CHUHAN CARRIAOE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. HEAR ALAKIA.
MRS. R0SENBERO YOUNG HOTEL
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fakuokayo Hotel. Liliha Street.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
HENRY MAY & CO.,
Received- ex AlameJa a New Ship,
me'nt of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
put in at Jour home, connecting
house and nareire or stable, servants'
quarters, ete . nt verj little expense.
UNION ELECTRIC COMPANY
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. look'
it ud. ' DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION"
Nos. 09-71 Bcrclania SF.