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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T,,H., WEDNESDAY; APR. 28, 1000 ' .''
Our Hosiery Department incomplete in all
LADIES' PLAIN BLACK COTTON QAUZE HOSE 35and up
LADIES' PLAIN BLACK LISLE GAUZE HOSE . . . , 50 and up
LADIES' BLACK LACE LISLE HOSE 35 and up
LADIES' PLAIN TAN LISLE HOSE GO and up
LADIES' TAN GAUZE HOSE 0 pair
LADIES' TAN LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 7Cj pair
LADES' WHITE LISLE SILK EMBROIDERY 75 pair
LADIES' GREY LACE HOSE 75 pair
LADIES' GAUZE LISLE HOSE Pink, Blue, Grey, Lavender, White,
and cardinal GO pair
LADIES' SILK HOSE in Black, White, and Tan $1.25 pair
Victoria Madras De Bevoise Brassiere
, . . , . 1.1 . Bust Supporters
Especially good for men's shirts; rr
made of strong goods in fast colors. a new lot in all sizes, 50 and
A new line- of fancy l.OO.
WHITE SHIRTINGS AND DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
WAISTINGS. Daintily trimmed in lace, ?3.
A T? HP as aPPed to picture framing is a much-abused
-tXV X term. It is a hackneyed word used by. many
to catch the public attention and not at all associated with
the goods they sell. Good taste is ex- -i-i ITPv'
C1I1UUUCU 111 V1LU11I UHWV,U
Cream Wool Serge
FOR LADIES' SKIRTS; very fine quality, 42 in. wide $1 per yd.
Striped Messaline Silks
in the Popular Shades, only one dress pattern of each $1.25 per yd.
New Evening Dress Goods
RADIUM SILK, MESSALINE SILK, LIBERTY SATIN, CREPE DE CHINES,
In Popular Shades.
Ladies' Lingerie Costumes
A very swell line of them just received and now on display in our
Fort St. window.
Ill of the Latest Ideas in 1
Veils and Veilings
Opposite Fire Station
horses and cattle than California
wheat hay. PHONE 890.
The finest Hawaiian Alfalfa, well
cured and baled. It is better for
P. M. POND
Call and Sec the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENGER, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 408.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Merchant St. Phone 388.
We build Auto Tops and repair
machines in any part.but the engine
itself or the machinery.
W, W. Wright Go,
King St. near South.
Also some Fine HORSES and POUL
TRY per S. S. Lurline.
Your machine will bo ready for
you when wo say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
(Continued from Pace 11
tlio Leglsalturo to consider nml flml
vvnyn and means of gelling tlio present
postomca building turned ocr to tlio
City nnd County If surrendered by the
Federal authorities, said It had made
tlio discovery that tlio building Is In
U10 center of the city: also Hint tlio
building "would mako nn Ideal site for
n. municipal building." So for ns get
ting tlio building Is concerned, tbo
commlttco solved that problem by
passing tbo buck to tlio Oocrnor, roc
ommcndlng that ho tnko tho necessary
Woman'. Suffrage Squelched.
No woman's suffrngo tills session,
said tho Miscellaneous Commlttco In
Its report on tbo resolution Introduced
Saturday. "Wbllo fully realizing the
high intelligence of tho women of I la
wall jour commlttco has failed to ill 8'
cover nny marked demand for frnn-
chlso on their part. Yom commlttco
also thinks that tho consideration of
such n radical departure ai that rcconi
mended In this resolution demands
moro tlmo than tho period between tlio
Introduction of this resolution nnd tbo
adjournment of tbo Legislature, nnd
therefore recommend that It bo
I think this Is tho best report the
Miscellaneous Commlttco has made,"
said Knvvowchl. "1 muiu It bo adopt
ed." It was.
There wcra two Scnnto bills remain
ing on tho, Clerk's desk which bad not
yet passed second reading. In order
to glvo them decent burial Instead of
leaving them ljlng there to dlo n ling
orltig death, ltico moved they bo
tabled. This course wnH taken. Tho
bills woro tho fcchoo! medical Inspec
tion bill mid-Senate 11111 110.
No More Hieroglyphics.
Tbo experience tlio House lias had
slnco tho resignation of Jlmmlo Lloyd
in conducting its business without tlio
aid of a stenographer, has convinced
tho members that there Is no necessity
for such an olllco. Tbo Rules Commit
tee, therefore, submitted a report In
which it said: "After duo and cnieful
consideration of tho present rules,
)ou,r commlttco finds that with tho ex
perience had thus far slnco tlio reslg
nation of tho Housu stenographer, tho
duties of that officer have been and nro
being satisfactorily performed by tbo
House Clerk, and wo sco no necessity
In retaining a position for ouch officer
In tho rules."
The recommendation that that pail
of tho rules relating to tbo stenograph
er bo eliminated was adopted.
Two Ollls Passed.
Senato Hill 152. making 1111 addition
ul appropiiutlon of $2000 for tbo Sec
ond Circuit Court, Maul, for tho cur
rent period, passed Its third reading.
Senate Hill 133, relating to tho ditv
solution of corporations, nnd providing
that all claims against dissolving cor
poratlons not presented within 90 dayj
of tho tlmo notice of dissolution Is giv
en, shall bo forovcr barred, passed Us
Identity of Amencan Girl and Ital
ian nobleman Concealed
WASHINGTON, D C, April 12.
Mmh speculation lias ntlscn over tbo
identity of tho parties concerned in
11 diplomatic correspondence between
tho American and Italian Govern
ments In 190G In regard to the Itul
Ian marriage laws.
This correspondence was publish
ed today, but further than stating
that tho joung woman was the
daughter of nn American of unques
tioned standing In tho community
and ,tho Italian was a nobleman, no
other clews aro given as to tho iden
tity of tho parties. Nothing Is In
cluded to show what success tho Gov
ernment had in tho rolo of cupld.
Tho correspondence began on Jan
uary 24, 190C, when Acting Sccro
tnry of Stato llacon had a letter to
tho Italian Embassy in this city, ask
ing for n statement concerning tho
Italian Invv on marriages.
"Tho Department 1ms been asked
by 11 n American whoso daughter is
nbout to marry nn Italian noble
man," wroto llacon, "ns to tho legal
effect of the certification by nn Ital
ian; consular agent In tho Unlled
States of nn 1 American marflagc nnd
I whether or not tho niarrlngo certified
Is in all respects exnitl) equivalent,
according to Italian law, to a mar-
rlago celobratodsln, Italy "
The reply was to tho effect that a
marrlago solemnized In America be
tween nn Italian subject nnd nn
(Continued from Paco I) "
know what his sentiments wero In
President Smith urged Hint tho
resolution p.iss, calling attention to
the fact that' tho Lcglslntuio would
have no opportunity to mnko nil
recommendations to Congress lint 1 1
1911, nml that before that tlmo tho
bill would doubtless bo acted upon.
Ho stated that, without any recom
mendation from the I.efilslatuie ut
hand, Congrcbs could not bo blamed
for making nil sorts of amendments
to tlio Organic Act and that, when'
nil Is said nnd done, tho United States
lawmakers have authority to do with
tho law about ns thoy nco lit.
rnlrchlld cnlled nltcntlon to tho
fact Hint tho bill had tho approval
of the Governor, tho Delegate to
Congress, nnd tbo llouso of Repre
sentatives of tho Territorial Legisla
ture, nnd that tlio Senate could not
go wiong in adding Its support there
to. Ho said that be, for one, was
willing to pay soiuo attention to thu
decision of thoso who had made, n
American citizen is absolutely valid
In Italy, provided tbo "forms" nnd
local law have been compiled with.
Zm- BULLETIN ADS PAY
careful study of the subjects embod
ied In tbo bill.
McCarthy expressed tho belief tb.it
thu bill in general was an excellent
cjiic, but ho did not quite approve of
tbo section relating to nmendment
of tlio land laws. Ho expressed n
belief that, between tho land-law
provisions of tho bill ns It stood, nad
tbo resolution Introduced a few das
ngo by himself It would bo possible
to arilvo nt n compromise that would
be satisfactory to most people and to
the best Interests of tbo Territory.
Coelho said ho had no proof that
tho bill In question did meet with
tho npprovnl of Kuhlo. He said that
one man had told him such wns tho
case, but, us that man had lied to
him on ono occasion, he would not
believe him In this instance.
Ho then talked n whole lot about
being lonl to Kuhlo, and insisted
that nothing should bo dono which
could bo construed as expressing a
lack of confidence in tho Delegate to
I'alrchlhl said ho was ns loval to
tho Delegate as was tho Senator from
Maul, hut that he did not havo to
make so much nolso In protesting his
Mooro asked that tho Governor
point out the provisions In tho bill
which did not meet with his approv
al. Governor Kroar' said that they
were only in minor enscs, instancing
among others tho fatt that no pro
vision had been modo for tbo rcmov
Royal Hawaiian '
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191,
TOURING CAB, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST.. NEAR AT.AKEA.
(Continued from Pace li
find that tbo husband whom sho hat
supposed truo and loyal to her had he
como Infatuated with another woman
named Adolo Hackcdorn, with whom
ho was-living nt Walnlua Illegally, nnd
with whom, ho admitted to his wife,
ho had hud Improper rotations. Ho
oven went so far as t otell his wife
that ho wanted to got rid of-hor so ho
could marry Adolo. This, Mrs. Kel
logg considers, constltutus .cxtrcmo
cruelty, nnd sho Is ready to lot him go
his own w;vy.
Tho unhappy couplo wero mairlcd
in Las Angeles in 1881, nnd they have
n daughter, Iluth, who Is 21 yoars old.
Mrs. Kellogg has been truv oiling on
tho mainland part of tho tlmo recently
nnd part of tbo tlmo living nt I.os An
geles with her daughter, who wns at
tending school there. All this tlmo
sho wns supported by hor husband.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
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nesi office. These are the telephone
number, of the Bulletin office.
P. E. RStrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. a Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 60s
130, House 0 rooms.
Tor nnrtlmilnrs nnnlv
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST.
Cjustave r abst, MUwkee
brewer, recently offered a prize for the
beist letter on the subject of Temper
perance or Prohibition, specifying
that the letter was to be in answer to
the articles published in the COSMO
POLITAN MAGAZINE written by
himself and the Rev. Alexander Alison;
and that the prize would be awarded
for the best brief, logical statement,
whether it sustained the side of Mr.
Pabst or the Rev. Dr. Alison.
The prize-winning letter, selected
from among thousands by a committee
consisting of Messrs. Nafhan Straus and
Arthur Brisbane, was written by the
mother of five boys and sustained Mr.
Pabst's arguments in favor of temper
ance and against prohibition.,
That the youth of the land should be trained to
rely upon their strength of character and not be put
into a straight-jacket to makc'up for their lack of
character was the substance of her argument.
.. The moderate drinking of good beer is good
tor the "weak and the well.
-, In Honolulu its im'portant that you drink
nl of Territorial officers without tho
consent of the Senate.
McCarthy bad moved that tho res
olution pass, after Scclon 5, relating
to the amendment of tho land hiv
had been stricken out Coelho of
fered to withdraw his motion nnd to
support that of McCarthy.
The Committee of the Whole then
aron mid reported In favor of tho
resolution, with McCarthy's nmend
ment. When It enmo to ndopllng tho re
port of the Committee of tho Whole,
the whole fight wns started going
agiiln Makokuti, who occupied tho
chair, announced that thcro wero
two motions before tho House, 0110
to ndnpt tho resolution In tnto, and
the other to Rtrll.o out all reference
to land laws.
In vain President Smith pointed
out Hint tho latter motion would
leave Congress without nny recom
mendation from the Legislature In
rcgnrd to land law amendments. Ily
n vote of 9 to C tho report, ns recom
mended b Senutor McCarthy, was
adopted. The vote was ns follows:
A)e Ilrown, Coelho, Harvoy,
Makcknu, McCarthy Moore, Qulnn,
Itoblnbon. nnd Woods Noes linker,
Chlllltigworth, Kairchlld. Kalatna,
Kinuhen, nnd the .President.
Ilouro Joint Resolution No. 10,
authorizing the changing of tho
name of a public park nt Illto to
Kaulkcautill Park, in honor of Kn
mcbnmcha III, was adopted without
llouso Illll No. 2-15, providing for
the pajment of taxes on land taken
b tbo Government for private pur
poses, passed third reading, only
Maker and Harvoy voting "no."
(Inventor's Message No. 2, rclatlvo
to appointments, wns then taken up.
Senator Kairchlld stated that tho po
sitions of Commissioner of Publlo
Lands and Survcjor General h.ul
been eliminated, to tho appointments
to those offlccs wero not considered. ,
Tho appointment of Mrs. Wilcox ns
Commissioner of Public Education
was confirmed. Judge Perry's ap
pointment to tho snmo otllco was not
acted upon, word having been re
ceived that the nppolnteo had been
named as Associato Justice of tho
Word was received to tho elect
that tho Governor had Blgned tbo
House Illll No. 122,Act 128, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 33
of Act 118 of the Session Laws of
House Illll No. 223, Act 129, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section
1200 of the Revised Laws ns Amend
ed Relating to Tnx Liens."
Senato Hill No. 85, Act 130, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section 78
of Act 118 of tho Schslon Laws of
1907, entitled 'An Act Intorporatlng
the City and County of Honolulu. "
Senato 1)111 No. U7, Act 131, en
titled "An Act to Amend Sections
1155 nnd 1157 of tho Revised Laws'
Itelntlng to Records of Illrths,
Deaths, nnd Mnrrlagcs."
IIouso Illll No. 232, Act 132, en
titled "An Act to Amend Section
113G of tbo Revised Law Relating
to tbo Carrying of Persons Suffering
from Contagious or Infectious DIs-'
cases or Leprosy In Steam Coasting
Senate-Illll No 80, Act 133, enti
tled "An Art to Amend Section 1009
of Chapter 89 nf tho Revised Laws ot
Hawaii Relating to Mcdltlno and
rtarne Canilie. In Lake. Snokano.
Wnili.. Aiirll 15. Over sixty tons "t
steel Mils wint to tho bottom of 1-ak.o
Cocur d'AU no, in Idaho. Wednesday nf
tcriioon, when a b.irgo c.iroiug rails
for tho Cocnr 11 Alone-Southern s oxlen
slon rnpslzed In n high wind.
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you, if you ask him, that tho
GETTING THERE pave him
far more pleasure than tho
There's a fascination abont
watching savings grow, and
returns "from ' investments
Start saving now, with one
of our small home banks to
help you. We pay 4 1-2 per
cent, on savings deposits,
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort nnd Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
AND ELECTRIC MASSAOE
Fukttoknyo Hotel, Lililm Street.
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