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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, Tv IT., FTIIDAY, APTIIL 23, 1909.
New Summer Millinery
UR IMMENSE STOCK of Uiitrimincd Straws is now open. Hun
dreds of shapes in white, black, and leading colors ore here
shapes that arc entirely new, in nil the different kinds of
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of the current fashioris,
The very latest up-to-date styles.
IRISH CROCHET BOWS in different styles, at 00.
IRISH CROCHET JABOTS, with lace edge, tit 754 nnd 90
EMBROIDERED JABOOTS, lace trimmed, embroidered in delicate
colors, nt -10.
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCKS, with bow nttached, latest style,
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCK COLLARS, new desfgns, 20 each.
The new publication issued by the
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The price is 23 including a ccr
tificato good for 'ONE BUTTERICK
Our Money-Back policy protects
you. Our motto is "Satisfaction, or
Collar Supporters. Washable, trans
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THE 7.PASSENQER, 40-H.P.
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Painted, the body upholstered, or fit
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Also some Fine HORSES nnd POUL
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green, and champagne, U5d nnd
Silk Waist Patterns
Latest styles and patterns, only
one of a kind, in Waist Lengths.
! New Neck Ruchings in white, pink,
light blue, iiiacK, nnd wmtc witn
black, wasli net rucmngs.
Embroidered in silk, in red, white,
end Navy bluc; in stars, nnchors, bars,
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Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
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OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
,rjhi; Tel. 272.
FACTORY nt Iwileli Tel. 430.
Ei"For S!lle" "rd at Dulletn-
KJ " aftMJ&rn
A R nr
to catch the
the goods they sell. Good
emplified in everything
OF 0AI1U COLLEGE
Beautiful Building Is
Tlie Cooke Library, designed mid
erected under tin- direction of Aiclil
li'ct II. U Kerr, on tlio grounds of
Onlm College, was turned ocr es
lerilny afternoon to.tho l.lbrniy Com
mitted, through Its chairman, 1'iaiik
W. D.iinoii, by Miss Cniotlnc Alcxiin
der Cooke, tlio granddaughter of Mi.
and Mis. C M. Cooke. It ns n proud
momviit for tlio little girl, mid hIio
cm led lier part .veil when present
ing tlio l.cs to Mr. Damon.
Hoated on the fiont porch whet a
tlie formal cxeitlecs look place, were
tlio members of the Cooko family, tlio
trustee, mid their wives. The Col
lege (lice Club, under the leadership
of Miss Rogers, standing on thu
Jleps, snug nppioprlnto songs.
This done, the little Carotlno
Cooko riiliin fnrwuid to the slcps,
.Mill, facing Mr. D.niion, presented the
keys tu him with n short and uccnni
dished picfienUtlon speech. She said
her grniidfathcr nnd grandmother
Cooke wished her to speak for them
while presenting the Keyti.
.Mr Damon, then lifting the llttlo
girl onto u plnno stonl,i3tinnked her
mil Mr nnd Mis. CoMoXfur the gen
'ruus gift of the 1 HrriirV . ''V "
Mr Damon In K cuursp.ot his
irlef uccciitaneo s.ild: ,o la
"It In the dero of thcuffirpprntlon
hut tlio bcnelUa of thlH'ji' library
dinulil be shnrililMiy others;' n well
is those linmedltWly connl'etcd with
this Institution!, " i $$n'a word
bo Bald that It.J'QljUeullou to
idopt n liberal Jmlliiy, Hiti' refeienco
lo the uso of tliejiHtpltl hrfe gutlier
sd. Former students of 1'unnhnu,
iiicsent.nnd forme patrons, ami lit
erary, fcclentlflc, and vducatlonnl
workers In (ho city, nnd others com
dying with the regulations laid
lown, may taka ndvmlt.igo freely of
tlio privileges of tlio library. '
"W'd have had conio down (o us
tlio following anecdote of I'ctrnrcli,
the great Italian poet, namely, that
Tlio lMshop of Cnnalllon, Petrarch's
friend, In h playful experiment, lock
ed up .the poet's library, Intending to
uclude him from It for three days,
lut the poet's misery caused him lo
restate thu key on tlio llrst evening.'
And I veilly believe I should have
become Insane,' says Petrarch, 'If
ny iiilnd had longer beon deprived
if Its necessary nourishment.'
"Thnt wo may bo spared bo serious
in ending, I hasten now to uso theao
kejs, which have been today Intrust
1 to tho trustees, to open, In tliolr
name, the doors of the Cooko Mhtaiy,
isklng you all to follow, since
"I.lfo thrllla along the nlcocd ,
Tlio Lords of thought uwult our
Ilulng concluded his speech, Mr
Damon with tlio assistance of Miss
.Cniollno Cooke, opened tho big door
'it tho library, permitting the trus
tees, tliolr wives, and friends of the
ldiool to enter nnd Inspect tho Inte
rior of tho building.
Out of $14,000, tlie total donation
if Mr. and Mrs. Cooke, tlio splendid
librniy, with Its furniture and equip
ment, cost $42,000, lcuVlng a balance
of J r, 0 0 In the hands of tho building
'oinnilttee. In addition to tlio library
md Its'eriulpmont, tho .Honors have
placed $10,000 nt tho dlsjhosjl of the
trustees for books. Alreutty tho pur
chares of books have nt:irniji(ed to
JG00O. The total c.ipnclty'of tho II'
brary Is 40,000 olumes. 'bf these
12,000 books nnd 3000 pamphlets
ami documents liavaynbcudy been
seemed and placed Mqyjelvcs.
Mr and Mrs, CoJlfelmve tjltfo pto
seated to tho llbriiryy aJThplendld
palnllng of "Tho LaslSupper " This
P. E. RStrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50x
130. House 0 rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO STf
as aPPec t0 picture framing is a mm
term. It is a hackneyed word used
public attention and not at all associated with
painting wag cspcclnll) painted when
Mr. Cooko was In Ktiropc
Mr C. II. Cookojins iiImi piesented
n Pile bronze statue of a lion nnd
Theodore Cooko has given n magnifi
cent Japanese lilbachl or flic-box. All
mound tho wnlls of the library were
hung u number of handsome plctuies.
The building, which was dc-ilcned
li) At lilted II. I.. ICeir, Is of blue
In mi lock, one story nnd a hnscment,
John Ouderkiik was the contractor.
(Continued from Poza 1)
Incorporated Into tho bill granting
Christian Scientists the express right
to practice tho tenets of their belief
ns long ns they do not i onie Ihto con
flict with fnnltnry regulations or the
laws Kin cm log contagious diseases.
Kahunaism Venus C. S.
Knlnnia wanted to know the dlff-
eience betnecti Christian Science and
knliutialsiii, and it little argument
When the vote wns taken to paRS
tho amended bill on third refilling,
only Chllllligworth oted no.
$250 For Conklino.
l.loyd Coukllng 'IU receive $230 for
his oltmtnry iifslstance to the Senate
'luring tlvls session, iinir of the money
will come out of the Tuiitoilal fund
for the expcnrcB of the Hennto. and
half will comu out of the federal nif
The resolution, appropriating tho
money, wbli'li was refened lo the Judi
cial). Committee, was finorahb report
ed by the ciiniiultteo this morning, and
wns uiiaulmousl) adopted.
Money For Clerks.
Coelbo then camo forward with n
resolution to allow Clerk H.uldge $140
mid Assistant Clerk Lowo $W In ap-
preclatlon of thu services rendered thlh
sesslbn. IIo said that, through the In
dustry of tlio clerk's department, much
money had been saved mid ho ex
pressed the belief that the appropria
tion would be decidedly titling
Senator Chllllligworth climbed hast
ily to his feet mid put n second on the
motion, reiterating the statements
mailo by ,Uie Maul Senator;
Knudseii said "that ns a committee
chairman, hu lind had much to do with
Savldgo this term, mid that the Clerk's
oxperlencM nnd knowledgo of proced
ure lind been at tho grcntost service
to his committee. He then fore
thought that tho extra remuneration
should bo allowed.
ueroro putting the Question, the
President took occasion to pass nut n
few compliments on tho work of the
Clerk's department during tho session
Tlio motion to adopt thu resolution
being put to a vote, curried unanimous
No Raise For Supervlton.
Supervisors of tho County of Maul
will gel but $(!00 a year. House Hill
No. 189, granting a general boost in
salaries to the County pf Mnul, came
up rnr third muling.
Two reports from tho Maul delega
tion, to which Die hill had been re
ferred for consideration were present
The majority report uf tlio commit
tee, signed by Senators Knlnnia nnd
Itohlnson, cut out tho Increase for the
Superlsors, leaving thclrpay nt $C0(l
i iar. Coelbo presented a minority
eport. slbtied, by himself alone, rec
ommending thnt tho ply of RupprvU
ors be raised to $910 Ho Insisted that
the travel expenses of the Maul Sup
onlsors wero so heavy thnt thov wolild
romo out In Hie holo on n $600 salary.
They Have No Equal
Perfect Quality Uniform Strength
Rich Delicacy of Flavor Absolute Purity
We Reooinniend Them
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
Leading Grocers Phone 22
taste is ex- jO lirrpTn
offered at VTLLllv- o
Hnney expressed the belief that the
Superlsoia had power to make ar
tangi nients for the pnwnciit of trniel
Plenty Want Job.
ruliUilld made the statement that
theie had alwajs been plent) of men
willing to ucccpt the olllce of Hilpei
visor at thu present salary nnd he saw
no reason foi making mi Increase.
The majority of the Seuitu i'lduil
bell6cd rs he did, for when the in it
fi ns put to Mite, only Coelho's
lolce oK)seil the adoption of the repolt
of the majority.
College of Hawaii.
House Hill No 228. granting tho trus
tees of tho College of Agriculture and
Mechanical Arts authority to appoint
n tiensurer and such other olllclnls as
may lie necessary , and to place them
under bonds, passed second leading on
recommendation of the Committee on'
IMucntlon. There was no discussion
of tho bill.
Action on House Hill N'n. 2no, giv
ing warehousemen n Hen on all proi
erty stored ttlth tliont, and glWng tin m
power to sell such goods after six
months time, was deferred. Kmidscu
recommended u amendment Including
common carriers In the proxlslon of
Chllllngnnrth expressed the belief
Hint there Were no warehouse concerns
In Honolulu, nnd lie theteforc suggest
ed thnt the bill would bo worthless nnd
that any consideration of t would be a
waste of time. "
Special Road Fund.
Senate Dill No. 14D, authorizing the
Treasurer t iiltirn mcr to the treasur
ers of the various enmities tho balance
of the special road tnx fund on hnnd
passed third reading without nny op
position. House I Jill No. CI, amending tho law
governing the lovjlfig of Inheritance
tax. nlso passed third leading.
K e Hill No. 100. fori) ddlnc Ibn
sale or transfer of diseased live stock
passed third reading, Makekau cast
the only negative vote.
House Hill No, 210. legulntlng nubile
lu.ins. passed third reading There
wns a little nnw In the bill nnd u re
cess was taken while tho bill was put
Uonso Hill No. 231. relative to the
mutual exhibit of cororntlous, came
up from the I louse uml passed llrsl
Land Laws Again.
The Public I-nnds Committee, to
which had been referred tho resolu
tion memorallzlng Congress lo amend
the land laws of the Territory, present
ed n negative sort of report. Tho con
lentlous of tho resolution Vere not nil
homo out and whether the report was
favorablo or otherwise was difficult In
As tho matter Is ono of great Import
mice, II wns decided to lay both resolu
Hon and report on tlio tnble. to bo tnk
en up this nricrhonn by tho Senate sit
ling In Committee of the Whole.
House Hill No. 230, giving tlio Clerk
of the City and County of Honolulu the
authority to appoint such olTlco usslst
nnts as he mnj need, with tho npprov.i'
of the Hoard of Supervisors, passcC
llotiso Hill No. 22G, proUdlngn pen
alty for falling to make returns of tux
nble properly, passed third reading.
Senalo Hill No. 1C0, ranking nddltlon
ill appropriations for tho biennial per
iod ending Ji'inn 30, 1911, passed sec
ond reidlng. Tills bill sets aside the
sum of $fiuo, snlary for tho District
Magistrate nt Kalatipapn, Island of Mo
loknl. House Hill No, 233, making tax liens
prior Hens on real estate, stirred up a
llltlc tow Senator Smith favored hav
ing Die bill tabled, arid, In rcsitondliig
to tho President's 'remarks, Kmtdscn,
by Inference, nccrfscd Hie venerable
Try VAN DUZERS
;ed by many
Oahu Senator of Irving to protect lax
Aitbui was fltiallv ib fined untl,
pi lllled enpk of tlie bill could ll pre
pand mid pieced In the hands of th'
HIIO WILL HAVE
NEW JAPANESE PAPER
llllo will soon hae anothei J m-
nnese ncvvspapei Its name will be
"Tlin ltnwnlt Khnklllnlti tthlftltiln.
nnd It will be edited liv I) K KgiiHil,
who Is also Its proprietor.
Tin. u-iirilu "Ttin Itfiltull S41iiiLtit,ilii
Shlnbiin" vveie Written b) Heat Ad
miral IJIebl, comni.iifdlng the Japan
ese i misers Aso and Soya, which vis
ited llllo. alter they left here There
were about ten names submitted to
Admiral Hlebl fm ntimo:il. unit lip
selected the name mentioned above
l.clltor l!gll(hl then asked the d
tnirnl if he would write down the
nnme of the newspaper on u piece of
paper, so that a cut lould be made
of It. The Admiral ngned to do m
tin tilpl.itil mi fi .Intel, ire, turn nml
commenced to write on tlie paper He
stated, however, that he was n war
rior and his penmanship might nut
he to the liking or the editor.
Lgiichl l.i In Honolulu puichnslug
an mil Ml Tor the newspaper He will
leave In tho Mautin Ken next Tucs-
The report conies from legislative
circles that the movement lo find
tomeono other thnn A. J. Campbell
for Treasurer Is In full swing. In
other words, tho solid nine of the
Senate will not change their minds
rurthermore, there Is talk of Camp
bell being possibly needed for Impel -tnnt
work for tho Hoard of Immigra
tion. If the consolidation scheme of tie
Senate carries through. It Is more
than likely that J. W. Pratt of the
Land Office will be named ns Treas
urer If he Is not put In as the head
of the Public Works Department ns
the cilef executive wllh Campbell
and Wall ns the engineers.
Site for Parochial School. San I)
ego. Cnl.. April 14 lllshop Joseph I!
ilohusoii of the Los Angeles l;plscopti
dloceso c8tordny piircliased n blocl
uxiu which to establish pernianenih
his parochial school for bos mid glrlf
Htillillngs to the vuluy of Sluu.uou wll
Old Man a "Hiker." Nevada Cltj
April 14 John jc Du. aged 80, yiter
day walked 17 miles, up hill till the
way, from this city to his home nt
Illoonifleld. He claims that he win
not fatigued mid declares he enjojei
the wnlk. He vvns met by a wagm
on his way, hut refused to ride.
Killed Their Father. San Hernar
lino, Cnl., April 14 The three nun,
liojs who killed their father. Wllllan
Thomnr, to save their own lives, a'
Delamar enmp, on the Navadn deseit
wero iixnneriited and discharged nt i
hearing hotore the Justice of Hie peacr
at Diilamnr today
185 editorial roomt-250 busl
neai office. Theie are the telephone
numbers f th Bulletin office.
SENATE SETS ASIDE
$250 FOR CONKLING
i In Return For
Fifty-Fifth Day Afternoon Eestlon.
One of the most Important matters
IIsciismiI vesiiid.iv iiiirinoifi in the
Semite wits lions, Hill 2.', ndutlug In
lii. Hens Tin bill p ovJdirf ihst delin
quent itirniiii tuxes should lie consid
ered as n lien on ieal property.
Smith, who exchanged scuts wllh
Vlce-Preshleiii K.il.imn. np rnmi sireii
HOltrl.V the pll-SHte of I lie lilll, but ll
p'lSKfd. llPFpllft lli lippllHlllllll
Smi'h stilt" I ihal III, Id I if passed.
would work hard hip i i
.-is u! ieal est ite II, le '
l.nt f ill' lo 111.1 Ce III, ill ll
taxes a Hen on real tsiu ,
Klillilsetl slated thill 111
draft) d iiecordlng to reciinunendatiuns
of tin tnx commission. He niovul.
li. i, i. ii-e that the bill pass mini rend- UM .
House Dills. .,,1
lliluse Hill 101, granting n sMclnl . t.
llliucuise to A (.' Wtill lo Intilit n rail
road on Hawaii, passed third rending.
Hulls, Hill 217, relating lo tire sink
ing fund rnr the n deiiiiion or pur-
chase of Territorial bonds, passed third-' (
House Hill 221. relating In decisions ,A
In wilting ! courts etc passed third
Referred to Committees.
limine Hill 21!i. 'totaling in ill ie.iH.il t
nttlmaln. ele , camp up fm- peeofiil nsid-
lug': but It was tvlerri'tl to the Judl-'rt
l.iry (. omiultlee
llinio Hill ns lelntlng to the Col-
lege of Meih.inli'H mill Aits, w lit oVcr
to the Cnminlttie on ICdin .illun
House Hill 221 lelHtltn: to I mitlnii
of Insiiisnee nmip.nili s, was referred
lo the Wnj's and .Means Committee.
llmii-e. Hill I", e.iiii,. in, for third
ending l'nliehlld, ih.ilnnnu of tlio
Commltie,. on Was and Means, stated
that (he Sen.ile cnliinilltee liml agreed
to eotuitr wllh the nun inlmentH of tho
Ilotl'.e The bill pnssi'il
Qiilnu lutiodiKi',1 a lesotutliiii. In
sintcllnu llie Clerk of the fleii.ilc n,
like an Inventory of the rtiniltnre. , ie ,
of the Semite at the elirte of the pres
nil term of the Legislature Knilili of
fered mi ameti liiieul. requiring Hie In
veiilory to he ente ed on (he Journal
nf the Senate ( irrb d
Another re-oluilon liv tjiilnn which
wax adopted, ret nslile $121, fmm eaeh
of the redeynl nllninnnts fur Legisla
tive expi nres of the Senate mid House
tor llie piirHiM of I'-miiiieiiiiliig 11. L.
Conklliig of I li. Com i urn's olllce tor
his ttsHlxl.tiHe iii in, riin.it Cominlt-
lie on Aciiuni- . ;, Cn.l. ,'
The Sriin. Him .it 4 o't lock ad- m-u
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jwmii..i Minn iiiih iiii'iiiiu aiii mo
ConfiniTr. C'lin !( iiMn I into Iho
me l.i i mm
m. fjiibbanhs at "
Mr I'lilibiinks litis neieptcd thu
Invltiitlon to tiitrtiii tin lloosiii'
illnnei of the (ouimiiil I Club to be
held on Wfi'ue.rii v vmlng. Apilt
-"s II,-will in n , .,,, st nf-honor on
vhnr iiei.inliiii nml will have some
thing to s.iv tu the business men of
hu ill) (iinerunr Trcar will also
attend nml speak.
A geperal meeting of tho members
will be held after the dinner nnd .1
very large turn-out Is expected. .Mr.
rulrh.iuhs will be tip' guest of tho
Club from fi IIO until !' n't tuck, when
he leaves on the light house tender
Kukui for u trip to Kniial
The nntiunl meeting of im Hawaiian -Missionary
(hlldrin m Huri.n mli..r.
wise known us the 'Cousins; Society,"
Will be tlelil loimirriiK tit III,'. m,i Mis
sion House nt 3. Hu p tu li the woolli
er permits, the imetliii' will bo held
III the open nil In the icir or the liuld
lllg Heebies tho i lection or nn'ieiw
ami iCHdlng of lepnrls a nnniber of
iiiieri-.uiiig Utters will he lead dating
back to the very beginning of the 1111.4
slim here. A large ntt-ndtiiKe of tiiem
bers nnd friends Is nntlclp.itiM.
KNOCKS HOLE IN
.MONTtiOMnitY. l.i. Apill III.
One oT the stiongiwt seitlons of tin)
Slute prohlbltor law was declined
unconstitutional here tod. 15 by Jus
Hie Me) Held The section knocked
mt plohlbited the storing or posses-'
lon of liquor In tiny building or
spuitnjent which was luhnhlpd. fu
ller this ruling the hotels nnd oafo
lien whore places weie raided 11 few
lavs ago have biought suit lo Set.
iside the seizures. ,
.1. J. Williams has, thu negatives nt
Honolulu residences made by Mr Uli- (,,
rts Duplicates may be Hid. Older
by stront and number.
Accused of Blackmail. Preston,
Minn.. April II Seven young farmer!
linm the town of York were hnlaed in
Jill Iteto last night k Hansen with HylliB
lo blnekmnll Dr I) Hecknian ouC'ii
$fi.(lun, the idtenntlve being the liuhi
lltg of the lleckiu.111 rHsldeneo und tlw
kliltuippiu-j uf Ills mm.
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