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EVEN1NQ UULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAU. 1G, 1010.
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A PBIOE lALE ON IAD CSS' PETTICOATS AKD'COBSET-
COTERS WILL BE THE STOKE .ATTRACTION HEBE 'FOR A
FE.W DAYS. ' ,
.78 Petticoats1 now., $ .50
l.W " , " .: .76
1.60 " , " .. 1.25
2.00 ' " " . . 1.50
? ,25 Corset Covers now 15c.
.50 " " " 40c.
,75 " " " 50c.
1.00 " " " 75c.
These pi Ices will only be continued for a few days, and we
s" advise job to not. postpone f visit to our store.
L. AHOY, - - Nuuanu Street
Is It Any Wonder
that yon are sickly andrun
down when you allow your
' stomach to become weak and
Mswek oonatipatedt Bat
i don't remain1 In such a condi-
, tion when
u" BiTTERS - '
will help you wonderfully on
the Md back to health. ' It
hat been tested for over 58
yearar.vwith satisfactory !
suits in cases of Poor Appe
Htite, Heartburn, Indigeation,
Dyspepsia and Malaria. Try
Send Us Your Order for
I Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
' Kin Street Fish Market
8TOMAOH sJ 1
For sale by Deoson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltdt:r Hoilljter Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Dmi
Co.T and at all Wholesale Liquor
THE Bffit EVER
HAAS CANDIES ttfiCEIVED BY THE ALAMEDA. WE
HAVE AIL OF THE VARIETIES, AND AS COMPLETE
-A-STOCK AS IS CARRIED IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
J" FORT AND 'HOTEL STREETS '.
Will be Continued for .One
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00,
$2.50, and $3,00 each, now
200 STRAW HATS, formerly $1.75,
$2.00, and $2.50 each, now
-'" M00 each.
100 DERBY JH ATS,:alL shapes, for
- , merly $3, $3;50,,and 4,
now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HATS, all shapes,
formerly $10 and $12, now
$5 and $6.
PORTO RICAN STRAW HATS, latest
shapes, formerly $1.50, how
CRAVENETTE a..d LEATHER AUTO
" ' CAPS, formerly $3, now $1.50
CANVAS HATS and CAPS, formerly
25c to $150, now !5c,to 75c
i aee uur winaow uispiay
B. KERR & CO.,
To the Ladies of
We have established a
"Rest Corner" in the front
end of onr store, especially
fqr Ladies. We take pleasure '
in inviting you to use this
corner jit any time during
the,. day, while waiting for a
car or a friend. You will And
a telephone also at your com
mand. We want you to al
ways feel perfectly at home
in our store.
Regal Shoe' Store
King and Bethel
Wttk Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4. DAT HAIR
TAFT LIKELY TO
Plnchot Forces Secretpry
of Interior Into Un
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 0.
Sloyrly but with relentless certainty
the colli are tightening; around the
Interior department and the general
Und odlce as the HalnKcrl'inchot
Investigation unfolds. In spite ot
'lof'the administration, the testimony
naa uriTen secreiary uawmger sieaa
ily -Into a more untenable position,
rind the opinion is general In Wash
ington that President Tnft will flud
It conYenfent to permit him to re
sign. 1 Nine opt of ten men In congress
qnd the government departments be
lieve tnat Dalllnger can not over
come the effect ot the Qlavls and
Plncho testimony. They speak of
the,, shrewdness with which Qlavls
avoided, all the cunning traps set for
hlmv In splto pf the efforts ot IU1
llnger's counsel, aided by members
of the committee palpably prejudic
ed, 0 lav Is emerged from his ordeal
with flying 'colors.
As for Plnchot, his cross examina
tion closed with his position better
established than ever, and members
ot the committee who tried to con
fuse him. were themselves confound'
ed. Secretary Wilson made a veVy
poor, wHneM,'aga(nst Plnchot, to the
chagrin oflJalllhger's friends.
One o the -advantages possessed
by Plnchot Is that of,eiperjL coun
sel, Mis attorneys havto 'complete rnnW
tery of hie case', while Judge Ver
trees, Oalllnger's attorney, Is often
confused. 'At ono time Oalllnger's
friend, advised him to withdraw
Vertrees and'substltuto a man fami
liar with western conditions, tiut It
was recognised that the withdrawal
of'VertreeaVwould be 'a confession of
falltire. '$Hn jffjirta to confound Gra
vis lind''Pln'iih'ot resulted merely In
tedious .recapitulations of documents
and-'fepetftrbrt of questions, which
called forth protects from members
bt the committee. '
Theatte'mtt to make good a coun
ter attack uptm thu fuic fnrytin
for the alleged unlawful expenditure
ot money fell flat when It was shown
that there'1 vrVu 'authority In the ap-firoprla'tldn'-ollls'
for everything uat
Iames"rt!1,tOarno)d, 'former secre
tary or the Interior, furnished addi
tional' Information to the committee
showing the' vast difference between
the conservation methbdi! of the last
administration and thiose followed
The Investigation Will, be resum
ed Tuesday Vnftfritng, when further
evidence will be turned f& on Pin
chot'sslde. 'Members of the commit
tee are becoming restless and an
xious to dontjude the hearings, as
they say the public has already ren
dered Its verdict.
I HE manager of a
t m saya xnat u wo-
men realized the value
of soap and Water there
r' would not be so great a
demand for' furniture
1 ' poHsh.
But soap, and water
must be usedwith judg
ment, aScStrong soap is
injurious to; furniture.
Make a tebld suds of Ivory
Soap; dip a cloth In It, squeeze
and go over the furniture sev
eral times. Polish with a
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
COLOR. It Is the enly entirely ssccssshl and
saUslsctery preparation fer the purpose.
Simple Harmless Certain. Sold fer 20 yssrs,
recemmsnded and used with sstltlsetlen ky
tsoussnds. Contains no lesd. sulphur or ether
hsrmlul IngredlsnU II "dyn" and "rsslorsrs"
havs disappointed you, try this. It nsvsr falls.
11.00. At all llrst-elsss druggists and
BENSON. SMITH A CO.
, Fort and Hotel Sti.
Pau Ka liana
i.-The soap that does the work.
kj' , At all Grocers.
(",H3oas'r. of 'Deeds 'for California tuii
JfawYnrk; NOTAgT FUBUCj
Orint Marriage tioensea; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds. Bills 6f Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT W
HPNOIUIP; PHONE 310.
jJtADlNO HAT' CLEANERS. ''
rAll Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
win pei i Blocked.
aciqs usen. wnra uuarameea
FELIX TURRO. fineciallst.
154 Fort'Strret, Onn Convent
Honolulu. T. H. .
FOURTH WELL ISISUNK
TBAVELS 75,000 ' .',
Continued from Paice 1) '
nolulu oilers' the most unique and
promising Held of any city In the
United States. The variety of races
creates an opportunity for a far
reaching work, of which I know no
parallel. Through Honolulu, as
through no other city with which I
a m familiar, the ends ot the earth
can be reacjled."
"How do you like the -street-cat
service, of ,Jbs .city, Mr. Moore!"
was lhen"asked. ""I am surprlseu
at your excellent street-car service,
which Is far and 'away ahead of the
average ot cities bf this size on the
mainland; while their generosity lu
the ma'tter ot (rapsfers Impresses, mo
as being very, liberal. For Instance,
the' street-car se'rvjee' of "t.he city lu
which I live,4, with a population ot
100, OOp, has only recently, alter a
hard fight, secured the privilege of
a single Jransfer J
"While here',1 am very anxious
to Inspect tli 9 Qahu railroad, as I am
very fanflllar wjth all the Eaiitern
railroads and understand the 'Oalm
ra(lroad Is thoroughly up to date m
regards handling freight and its pas
senger service. 'Among the cities
where our, rallrpad work Is, strong
and to wjilch I have relation" are
New York", Buffalo' Boston, Detroit,
Cleveland, "'Pittsburg, Cincinnati,
Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis,' as
well as a Urgenum'ber of oth"r
cities. I jverate about tv,enty-nve
dajs a month bn the, road, and spend
about fifteen nights a month on
Pullmans.! op fljecoupt pf my work
being largely 'among railroad 'men,
the railroad companies are permitted
The task of. sinking the last of by Congress to grant me free inter
foor artesian wells at the corner ot state tiansportfttlon, nnd,do.soprac
Alapal and Heretanln streets, for thp.tcally without). eceptton;V v
pumping Btntlon In that locality, hnB I "Id the YM. C. A'.-nia'klng great
been accomplished,'1 nnel only the progress on,t tfie mainland, Mr.
connections remain to 'be made to loofe?" was -then asked,., To which
"liave the wnter pumped direct Into lie replied Aft follows:- ''The whole
the mains. - .... lY,,?!, C, A. movement In nil its de-
Tlila well was sunk to a depth ot parlhients oii"the". mainland Is r.iaV
017 feet, and the flow of water Is Ing tremendous progress. Fr ex
one of the best In the city. Tne imple, during 190 J sixty-one iw V.
new pump room has been roofed, and M. C, A. buildings were erect 'I nt
this pumping station will soon be u cost of $7,000,000, while for 131'J
ready to deliver nn nddltlnnal sup-i"ew buildings costing a totnl of
ply of pine nrteslnn wutor to the JIO.OOO'.OOO are already assured." '
city, ' "Do you deliver mauy i'UreSses
during the course ot each eir?"
"Public speak'lng Is merely an Inci
dental part of my work, as my du
ties are primarily those of counsel
and supervision. I want to speak
ot the remarkable work the people
ot this city have doiie In securing
such a large sum ot money for their
hew Y. M. C. A. building;, .Tls
building when comp'letod "wilt fie
equal to (Hat of any ,11r, a .city of
this size on the continent, and Is a
One tribute to the generosity and
progress of the city.
"This building, on account ot its
location, will probably be the best
known of Its kind anywhere, as
members and, directors from alt parts
ot the world will visit it and carry
back to the mainland, the news ot
this substantial evidence of the con
fidence of Honolulu n this move
ment among men. ,
"Just before leaving home a friend
bt mine living at white Plains, N.
Y happened to mention to his fam
ily at the breakfast table that I
would soon start for Honolulu, 'the
five-year-old hopeful of the family,
who had never hearl ot this city,
but who was somewhat familiar with
prayer-meeting hymns, caught the
last words ot the conversation and
commenced to sing, 'Honolulu, 'luine
the Glory," an adaptation ot a fa
miliar hymn with -Which I cordially'
agree,'.' , ,
Mr. Moore will speak on the work
amongst soldiers and sailors at
12:30 tomorrow afternoon In the; V.
M. C. A- social hail, and tomorrow
evening will deliver an Illustrated
address al Central Union church on
the worldwide movement of the Y.
M. C. A. .
"I had the' greatest difficulty in
booking a passage toi Honolulu, al
though I made an effort In New
York to secure, accommodations per
the Mongolia a. month before that
voesel sailed," stated John Mooie,
international traveling secretary ot
the Y. M C. A., this morning. In
continuation, Mr. Moore said:
"I- was .told that, It would be Im
possible. It wa only by the merest
chance that I was able (o get a pas
sage, and even then thero were threo
of us in a room. I,am unable to
say by what vessel I shall return.
I hope to leave here In ten days'
time. I have put my. name down on
several ot the steamship agents'
books. On one there waa a waiting
list of 160, and on another a waiting
list of mdre than 106, so that I do
not know how I shall fare."
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Now'Showing, a f cw Popular-Priced
In Chiffon Broadcloth, in Desirable Evening; Shades,
Ranging from $13.50 up
liandome Display of "
Black Spangled Gowns,
Black Silk Dress Nets
MART BEAUTltUL ACCESSORIES P0R BUCK GOWNS
CAN BUILD NOW
Itoferrlng to tho story which waB
published ox'clushcly by the Bullet
1 n recently, rogardlng jho erection of
a lighthouse Ih Wiilalua b- the Japan
ese flshprmon, who Intended to" use It
for prlyale purpose, 'it Is now main
tained that the Japanese, can com
plete tho structure, provided, however
they"cbnfply'Wltlr thtf' regulations of
the Usht House Boardt In. Washing
i According tp one -of rthu ptnpdlng
r,ules and regulations"? .tho Depart
ment of Commerce & Lnbdr, govern
ing private aids to navigation, It snys
that any'person, corporation, or muni
cipality doslring to establish a private
aid to navigation slttular 'to those
maintained by the Light-House Board,
must flrst.obtalpiHirmlilon through
tho lighthouse inspector of tho dUtrlct
in which BoQtt WU Is situated, for au
thority to dgSOjf.'
The Japauetmnshermen, who sus
pended thevco'nsfructloijof tho light
house 'which nnW' atehds M tho en
trance ot the landing, makaf of the
Halclwa Hotel, can finish up their
work; after having secured the' per
mlti.rpm tl)p Light-House Board. In
"it 'would be necessary' for" thorn to
make application thoqRb the local
lighthouse Inspector, Lt. Com,. Hous
ton, who, In turn will stibtnlt It to the
Mglit-House Board In. Washington.
ThPllBhthoue Jf ,cntiple,ed will
bo ot great convenience 'to the Jap
aneso nn well ns Ihe-Hnwallau fisher
men, who souletlmea gaaut, at, night
to catch flch,
1.1. Com Houston stated recently
that thcio nro many such nrlvnte
lights along tho coasts ot Hawaii and'
Maul. Tho owners s of those lights
have"obtalned permits tn uso thorn
for prlvato purposes.
Large, juicy, firm and dqjicl.qus,, The
choicest (juecn olives; ipidked right,
packed right, and taste right. Not
coarse or fibrous like bu)k olives.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOk THEM
We have the reputation, of selling
Call and see us at 93-95 ,Kinfe St.
near Maunakea - ,
American Brokerage Co.
LIMITED - -. ;
Telephone 291 Daily 'Delivery
7" X , !,!,- I
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nuuanu St.
Modern Ideas 'of Comfort.
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
'". ,.'. .s'TiteNew . JV '
' 8-Inch lecttic.FarfW . ,
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise
letinesi. f ,' .,, ,
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
$1 a Year