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EVENINO HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II.. WEDNESDAY. Nov. 21, 09.
FOR INDOORS AND OUT
ARMORITE PAINT is specially prepared
to meet the climate conditions of x trie
COLOR CATALOQ RREB
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppotitt Hotel SI. Fundi
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, fumlsh.
I ngicoit $200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans.
ferrlngalloTerclty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE II IS CLEAR
It pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly,
THE FOND DAIRY.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Ordu.
fietnra Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BEEETANU II
C0NTKACT0R and BUILDER
PLUMBING end PAINTING.
Office. Honolulu Painting Co., 121
Kirt St.: P. 0. Box 914
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Onn. Convent.
Honolulu, T. H.
At AU Watohdealen.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
for FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to see all our old ens
tomers come back.
ninnk honks nf nil sorts, Itinera
rtr (inniiftntiirrM ,y tho ntlllolln
A RARE DINNER
That Trill be served at the
Palm Cafe Tomorrow
TVTINE HOST JUNGCLAUS will serve a
'- fine dinner of roast turkey and all
"The Fixin's" at the PALM. CAFE to
morrow, and families will find it cheaper to
dine there than to prepare a dinner at home.
Following is the list of viands to be served:
Baked Mullet a la Hawaiian, julienne Potatoes
ENTREES ' V
Chicken Fricassee and Noodles
Lobster a la Poiilcttc en Caissc
Fillet of Tender Beef and Mushrooms
Stuffed Turkey, Cranberry Sauce -
Prime Ribs of Beef
Stuffed Green Peppers Celery
Mashed Potatoes Asparagus Buttcr'Saucc
Waldorf Crab German Pickles
Mango Chutney Salted Almonds
Assorted Fruits Assorted Nuts ' .
Plum Pudding, Wine Sauce Lemon Sherbet
Vanilla and Strawberry Ice Cream
Tea and Coffee Olives
DINNER, 50 Cents
SHALL SCHOOLS BE
CARED m FIRST?
SCHOOL FUND COMMISSION
Public Asked to Decide For or
Against Specific Tax for Fublio
School Purposes. I
Members of tlio school fund com
mission wnnt to hear from tho pci-
pie on tho best vna nnd means for ,
raising funds to mike nmplo pro-'
vision for tho public schools.
In drawing Its conclusions thus
fat tho commission has adopted thn ,
plnn of specific tax for public
school purposes, so that whatever,
happens In other departments of tho
government the public schools will
bo taken care of.
Meetings of the commission have
been held every week, usually on
Tuesdav afternoon in the offices or
V. A. Ilowcn on the sixth floor of the
Htiingcnvvnld building. At tho ,
meeting )csterda n general state
ment was prepared with the purpose
of promoting public discussion of u
ery ll o topic. Members of tho
commission desire the views of tho
people, and the 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n will bo
pleased to publish communications
on the general topic of tho spcclllo
lax or nil) thing that has to do wl'n
the schools of the Territory. Th9
A few weeks ago this commission
authorized n prcllmlnar statement
to tho public, In which without tn
Ing any llnnl position regarding ihu
matter In hnnd. the view was ex
pressed that probabl) some form (it
n spcclllc tax in support of educa
tion would on the whole bo tho most
successful nnd the most satisfactory
to nil parties.
Slmo tho Issuance of that stat
ment muih Information has been
gathered from many sources, Includ
ing various Btntcs and sections if
the American Union. And tho com
mission ItBcIf lias held several meet
Ings and given careful study to tin
whole situation. The result has
been thus far to confirm tho vlpu
previously announced. And wo
hereby ngnln Invite our fellow citi
zens, and especially thoso who arc
Interested In education, to consider
whether u specific tax, Imposed by n
general law In forco from year to
o.ir oxcept ns amended or changed
on special occasions, may not bo
best adapted to securo economy,
stability and the Interests of nil
Such n tax, so Imposed, would not
letter the legislature, for the whole,
matter would still ho under tho con
trol of tho law-making power. And
In 5 ears when there was no necessity j
for uny chango our legislators would
bo tho freer to- give their time and
thought to other Issues. With re- i
card to tho amount of money to be
lalsed for school purposes, If It
bliould bo necessary to keep that
nmouut proportionately as small as
It Is now, u spcclllc tax running
stably from year to car would en-1
nblo tho school authorities to know 1
what to depend upon, and thus to
use their funds to, the best advan
tngo. And If, on tho other hand,
tho enlargement which Is greatly
needed can be realized, tho specific
tn would fmnlsli n most convenient
method of such enlargement.
Moreover, while our public school
luws and their administration must
ever be n department of general gov
ernment and subject to Its general
oxlgcnctes, jet there Is need of a
good degree of Independence In the
school s)stem. Tho best cducutlonal
success Is Impossible so long as our
schools nre subject to tho fluctua
tions of politics and biennial appro
pilatlon. Just heie, it seems to us,
Is ono excellence of the specific tax
for our schools It affords our school
s) stem and school authorities the
reasonable Independence which Is
promotive of the highest success,
whllo at, the same time keeping them
subject to the legislative. Judicial
and executive, departments of the
Mombcra of tho commission aro V,
H. Knrrlngton, chairman; V. A.
Ilowen, secretary; Edgar Wood.
K. M, Henry Photo Gallery that
npuniil recently on Hotel street, will
appeal, to avoryono who knows good
pictures and wunts only that kind.
This giilleiy will do al kinds of pho
tngruphlc work, making a specialty ot
enlargement work. In addition to
this customers who desire oulsldo
views tuken will bo obliged without
uny extra chargo being made. Kodak
ers will find this a satisfactory and
economic place to get printing and
Tho Attorno -General's department
or tho 1'oclera Government wl soon
tct on a request from Judgo Dole for a
leave of absence and If Its action Is
favorable the Judge will take n long
end well earned vacation. Tho Judge
mntinnplntcH a trip tliiough Uuiope
and thu old woild Judge V.ondriiff
will priibablv take over tho duties of
Judgo l)nn whllo tlin lnlti- Is travel
Beautiful Display of
Comprising the ever popular
"Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of Hair Bows and also Sash with Hair Bows to match
all nicely boxed. As
We are offering
Fancy Flowered Ribbon 4Vi in. wide at 25o
Plain Taffeta Ribbon Wi in, wide at ,25c
Fany Figured Ribbon 7 in. wide at 60c
For FANCY WORK we have many special designs in all
widths to match. '
Opening Display of T
Street gnd Evening Wear
White Tailored Waists
We have just opened n full assortment of strictly tailored
waists in linens. Some are plain tucked in clusters, etc,
and some arc handsomely embroidered.
Sizes, 32 to 44.
WINTER STYLE BOOK OF HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS
Cloaked for the Climate
It has been our aspiration to secure a
Ladies' Long Cloak
suitable for this climate ever since they came into style.
We have them now and are offering them at prices ot
$4.00, $6.00 and $8.00 rach.
Another special that will appeal to the careful buyer
LADIES' YARN SWEATERS
Priced at $2 00, $2.50, $3 00, $3.50 nnd $7.00.
You get the full assortment of all-the different kinds
of calendars made in Honolulu and you can compare them.
Hand colored photo calendars $0.50
Sepia photo calendars 0.75
Framed panels, photo calendars 1.25
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.