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Specials for Three Days
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday '
, PERCALE SHIRTING 36 inches wide; 20c. a yard
reduced to . . .8 Yards (or $1.00
PERCALE SHIRTING 36 inches wide; 8 yards for
$1 reduced to 10 Yards for $1.00
GOOD TWILLED TOWELING 12 yards for $1 re-
' duced to . ... .15 Yards for S1.00
TURKEY RED 'TABLE DAMASK 60 inches wide;
60c. a yard reduced to .....,.,,.....450. a Yard
COVERT CLOTH SUITING 29 inches wide; 6, yards
. or, $1 reduced to v. .;. 8 Yards for $1.00
NEW GOODS PER S. S. LURLINE
In Stripe, TlaidJ, Moire, Plain and Dresden effects. AIL
widths and prices. k
Alio the new Velvet Brocades; very handsome and
rich. ' "
1910 SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES IK LADIES'
Mull, Batiste and Lawn. made, in most advanced styles
and beautifully trimmed. These waists are sure to please.
We carry a full assortment 'of colors in Silk Soutache
Braids, which are beinewery extensively used for tr'm-
minj; in the centers of fashion at the present time.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
'Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Qnnosite Fire Station
It you have any trouble v
with deafness, no matter y
of how long standing, "' '
Brown & Lyon
.With Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Young Building,
;;' Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
faoRSET COVERS 15o. to 75c. ApleCe
v PETTICOATS 40o. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50o. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5o. a Yard
FLANNELETTE '..12 Yards for ,$1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS , ...5c. Apiece
MEN'S SHIRTS 25o. Apiece
" v" "VAL. LACE... 12 Yards for 25o,
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
l-l. AllOy, Nuuanu St
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
The Best .Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
Pau Ka Hana
f At Your Grocers
Meat Market and Importers.
It is poor economy to cover
a good house with a low
"rode painta paint that
won't last long and won't
look good while it does last.
is of the Highest Quality and
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
177 So. King St.
ItKflLI.V, Apr, 10. One hundred and twenty thousand socialists
and radicals marched through the streets of Herlln today, demanding
suffrage reforms for Prussia. The demonstration waa the moit Impres
sive ever witnessed in the Prussian capital.
The great socialistic parade wag onh the beginning of the demon
stratlon. Many who had not theretofore allied themselves openly with
the more radical element Joined the great army as it marched by, and
helped to swell the, numbers. Men cheered and women cried In their
enthusiastic abandon. WfMt'Wf - " i
Hack and forth through the main streets of the capital city tho
strange procession moved, growing longer cery hour. Someone struct:
up n socialistic hymn, and soon the whole great procession Joined In
song, the sounds ringing through the city like the music from a giant
choir. Several hours 'wero required by the parade In passing, and per
soi.a along the line of march cheered wildly. '
After 'he parade the participants gathered In the public squares
of the city and made speeches Here again they mada many converts,
and many who had never .given the question a moment's thought were
soon Blioutlng for a reform of the tectorial Bystem.
Tho crowd was fairly orderly and gave the authorities practically
It was decided by the agitators to prepare gigantic petitions to bo
presented to the Emperor and to the Reichstag.
RATHER WAR THAN PEACE.
LIMA, Veru. APr. ! In "Pl'e of tho offer of the Ecuadoran goi
eminent to Submit the differences between that country and Peru, arls
Ing out,of a disputed boundary line, to 'tho arbitration of the United
States, the preparations for war here are going ahead, with the feellntt
of Jingoism strong throughout the country. The Peruvian, regular army
is beiug prepared in readiness to take the field at a moment's notice.
and there Is a rush to prepare (he vessels of the navy for possible hos
So critical Is the situation vand so apparently Imminent tho out
break of hostilities that many foreigners are volunteering for service.
Among the volunteers nro two thousand Japanese, soldiers who have
seen nctive service In Manchuria. Five hundred Italians hove also of
fered their services to the Peruvian government.
The offer of enlistments from tho volunteers Ims been accepted.
and the Japanese and Itnllans are being organized Into Individual commands.
WICKERSHAM FLAYS INSURGENTS.
CHICAGO, Apr. 10. Attorney-General Wlckersham, ono of thj
principal speakers at jesterday's celebration of tho forty-firth anniver
sary of the day when Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox, devot
ed his speaking time lo n vigorous defense of the Taft Administration,
his speech being one Of the strongost yet made by any Wmbcr of the
Tnft Cabinet since "the general attack; upon the President and his ad
visers. The speaker -made reference to the cabled announcement that
tho former President was In constant receipt 'of letters from America
complaining of the Taft policies, and on these launched his defenso of
the present 'occupant of the Whltoi'House, -
The Attorney-General did" not mjnee hls,worJs4 vigorously flajlng
the detractors of the Administration and paying especial attention In
his remarks to the Insurgent Republicans, whom tie designated as anion?
the principal enemies df President Tall, T 1 ' '.
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SHIPS COLLIDE; EIGHT DROWNED. 'V ' rfV
MANILA, Apr, 10. The steamer Del Pilar sank Friday In' Philip
pine waters and eight persons lost their lives, fclghtyt-seven othert,
passengersnnd crew, were rescued from the wrecked ship with great,
difficulty, the rescuers being subjected to considerable datigor them-;
selves. - , .
The Del Pilar collided with the steamer Mangolnan oft the Mln
doro coast on Friday last. The collision was of such violence that the
bow of the Del Pilar was torn away and the doomed vessel sank with
in a very few minutes after the collision. Many of the passengers who
were on deck when tho ship went down were able to get hold of bits
of wreckage and thus they kept themselves afloat. Eight went down
with the ship, however. ,
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REVOLUTIONISTS IN RIOT.
ST, C1HAMAND, Apr. 10. The opening here of the electoral cam
paign of M. ftrlnnd today wns marked by a violent revolutionary out
break. The anarchistic element took advantage of the opportunity to
express Its hatred for law and order, and for a time the situation was
In the course of the rioting Drland was attacked, and It was nec
essary to send police to prcTtect lit m from tho fury of the mqb. Later,
In the day the anarchist who attacked the candldute was placed uude'r
arrest by the authorities.
The' outbreak Unconsidered to possess more than passing signifi
cance, and the authorities are taking steps to see that there nro no rep
etitions of the scene."
LARGEST DREADNOUGHT IS READY.
IIOSTON, Apr. 10. The battleship North Dakota, the largest war
vessel afloat, Is now ready for commission. The finishing touches to
the armament wero put on last 'week, and all Is now In readiness for
the captain to step on board and take the vessel out to sea.
The North Dakota Is considered by naval experts to be the flncst
shjp of the Dreadnought tpe in existence, and she Is classified apart
from and above any other type of lighting ship extant. - '
TAFT, SPEAKS ON TARIFF.
, WASII1NOTON. D. a, Apr. 10. President Toft, Congressman
Payne and Congressman Longworth spoka at the meeting of th"
League of Republican Clubs here last night, the President being watm
The speakers dealt with tho various phases of the present tariff
schedules, defending them and the poHcy of the administration In sup
porting the tariff bill and, the trainers,
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COLLIDING TRAINS INJURE MANY.
SPOKANE, Wash., Apr. 10. Thirty persons were injured hero yes
terday In a collision between two trains In the suburbs of Jbo cl(j.
Doth trains were traveling at a high rate of speed and came together
head bn. It Is feared that a number of those Injured will die.
Blue Serge Suits
- : for : -
WE' are building
business on thes
suits, they are gu'arj
anteed to be SUN
and RAIN PROOF?
Yve-nave mem in
regular sizes also in!
Longs and Stouts
and: can fit anyone?
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are made on the most accurate for
mulae, from the finest raw materials
the highest quality of Jena glass by the most
skilled workman in the world. That is why the
results they give are beyond comparison with those
of any other lenies made. For sale by
j Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
FORT. BELOW HOTEL
One of tho newest automobile tires, ' By a recent decision of the man
a Pennsylvania's invention, consists! agement of tho Central Hallway of
of a number of rubber blocks to bo'llrazll, which Is Government owned
mounted In a steel channel amf ro-jand operated, all passes are abolished
verslblo, so that a new surf ace can and arrangements for official transpor
replace a worn oito. . tatlon are made on another basis,
LAW AS INVALID
Santa' Cruz Judge Decided Case
Against State Health Board,
SANTA CIIUZ, March 22. Today
Judge Lucas K, Smith rendered n de
cision against tho State Hoard ot
Health In the action to compel the
pupils In the Watsonvllle schools to
be jlraccfnated. The Trustees had re
fused to force compulsory vaccina
tion, and tho petition was mada to
thet Superior Court for a writ of
mandate barring from schools all
children not compljlnjr with tho
State law, which In this case would
affect 2C0 pupils. The Jurist almost!
ui wiu uuiavi nam uiu auiio iuw us
unconstitutional In that It exempts
from Hi) provisions children attend
ing prlyate schools, which tha Judge
Under New Management
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, LTD., offers the finest se
lection of 'ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OTTO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for sale.
Paul Elder Books for every taste and every occa
sion. Perfect Picture Framing is a specialty of this shop.
Kodak Developing and Printing by the best Workmen in
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop, Ltd.,
MISSj FRANCES K, MORRISON - Manager
Fort Street, Next Chambers Drug Co,
YOU WANT IS THIS:
Hear carline, beautiful situation,
Kalihi SNAPPY BUNGALOW, with
large lanai and welMniproved yard.
You can buy this property for half
of the value.
Kajs is class legislation. He comes
iIobo to classing this law as favoring
the rich, who can send children to
private Institutions, while the greater
class ot people must suffer the pen
alty of the violation of the vaccina
tion law, Wikli' they are unable to
avoid on account of being poor. The
Court held that every ono would be
In for the enforcement of the law It
circumstances so demanded, but
there Is no epidemic to warrant the
step taken by tho State, Hoard, and
"While our State Hoard of Health
Is rendering valuable1 service to tho
people of the State In many ways,l
)et I do not believe the law empow
ers It to compel, by writ of maii-l
ditto, another Hoard of equal stand
ing before the law to exclude chil
dren from public schools when tnere
Is no publlo necessity for so doing.
The vaccination law, It not repeal
ed by a -penal statute, Is directory
only, and hence the School Trustees
are the sole Judges when students
nut vaccinated should be excluded
from the public schools by reason of
any actual or threatened danger to
tho public health from smallpox or
tiny other contagious disease."
FRENCH WOMEN TO .
RUN FOR OFFICE
PAIHS, March U If tho leaders of
Ltbp Krinch woman suffragettes carry
out their program tho elections next
lunnth lll be much llvuller than
usual, ns thoy Intend to present on
en candidates for deputies In every
uHindlstmrnt ot Paris as well as In
other purls uf Franco, The candidates
will bo Place,! before tho electors Willi.
83 Merchant Street Telephone 780"iit thtr formality of primaries, and
there Is no way of nratcntlne ithiiti
Marguerite Durand. Journalist and
lectmer and former editor ot ,tlio
omnn's dally paper, l.a Frondo, wlioa
has started the campaign, said toiKiyS
when asked as to tho program If'Jhoj
viomen wero elected: !s
"First, ve wish to get tho right-toi
vote mid to hold nil political oincesS
Personally, 'my first iloslro Is to aboi-j
Inn tho wile of absinthe, close the pith
He gambling rooms, reduce tho min-l
her of cafe reform tho dlvorco lawsnj
humanize tho prison system b ,api
pointing w union Inspectors, andthe.Tj
to leglstnto on social and econnuilcj
questions affcctlnc women."
3RT-OIH-LETIN ADS .PAY-gqi
s Wis Iss MSM M
M fl 3
touniry nome a
VA acres at Kalihi Valley, witSl
five-room cottage. Free water.lleril
houses: stable. Well fenced. Iaeall
nlftftft fnr n ihiVn Mnoh I
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUW
74 S. Kine SU
Real Estate Agent
mi uiinuDanj oiutu
FOR SALE ' ,
neiiacnces on itereisnio . Ktn
and other property, 'ai
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