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HISS AT TAFT
New Line of
Infants' and Children's
Long and Short
A PRETTY MUSL'.N DRESS, trimmed in lncc, for $1
FINE MUSLIN DRESS, trimmed in embroidery and
lncc, $1.50 and $1.75.
LAWN DRESS, tUcked and trimmed in lace, $2 and
FINE LAWN DRESS, tucked and trimmed in lace and
embroidery, for $3, $3 25. $3.50 and $3.75.-
MULL DRESSES, beautifully trimmed, $3, $3.50. $i
' and $4 CO.
SEE DISPLAY IN OUR FORT STREET SHOW WINDOW
Cor. ForUand Bcrctania Streets Opposite Fire Statfon
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets 0"oositc Fire Station
Undr New' Management
YE ARTS & CRAriS SHOP. LTD., offer the. finest se
lection of ART GOODS in Honolulu at REDUCED
PRICES. The famous OITO WIX WATER COLORS are on
exhibition and for sale. ,
Paul Xlder 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.,
MISS FRANCES K. MORRISON - - - ,
Fort Street. Nest Chambers Drug Co.
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Of any kind. Apply to
83 MERCHANT STREET
TELEPHONE 788 '
. MR. GRUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind of help you need.
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EVERY SPARE MOMENT
CAN BE UTILIZED
Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Pen Guaranteed.
A. B. ARLEIGil SCO., Hotel nr Fori
Cakes With Whipped Cream
BETWEEN THE LAYERS OF LIGHT SPONGE AND LIB
. ERALLY COVERED WITir CHOCOLATE HAVE CARE-
' l'UL ATTENTION FROM OUR BAKERS.
, PALM CAFE,
' HOTEL. NEAR UNION STREET
THE POWDERED SOAP
Sanitary and fragrant. A' delight
ful accessory in the toilet of Milady.
T"ZZ1 Economical and eliminates danger of
waSj" -uuj. transmission of skin diseases. In
1 ,rf!rtJ two Bizes 25 cents and $1. A hold
er for a trifle more.
Benson, Smith' Sl Go.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
WASHINGTON, D.iC, Apr. 14. Tlic President of tlio United
Stales was sliurpl) lilnscd Unlay wlion lie nililrecd n woinin'n suflrnRn
runentlnn and merely Inflimited tlmt lie was not In h) nipithj with
lis objects. The extraordinary demonstration w.is tlic sct.imtlon of the
day In WnshliiKlon. When tho President, III guarded language, lifiH,
culed (lint he wng not n stlong advocate ot granting suffrage tn wo
men, the coin out Ion broke Into 11 bitter demonstration, and the Chlct
i;xccuuo luul to pause while misci interrupted ins uimrc.
Taft appeared on the platform of the contention In response to
an Invitation from tho lenders of tho suffrage movement lie was
very warmly greeted. Hut when, In the course of his address, he re
marked that ho was not "altogether In sjnipath)" with tho woiimnV
suffrage movement, it loud chorus of hissing drowned his speech The
cnthuslnsm of tho xufrragcttcs ei them to a painful demonstration of
disrespect for tho Chief Magistrate of the Nation.
1'rcsldciit Taft did not express strong opposition to woman's suf
frage, and hid not gono farther th.tii to mildly express himself as out
of sjmpathy vlth their niincuicnt, when Oie outbre.ik occurred.
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NEW YORK SCANDAL UP FOR PROBE. '
AI.1IANV, N. Y., Apr, 14. As a result of tho stinging message
sent to the l.cgistaturo by Goxcrnor Hughes, declaring that the legit
latho srandtls were a dlsgraco to tho State, n rerolutlon was p.issed In
(ho Senate today calling for a thorough investigation Tho matters t'i
be lucstlgatcd extend otcr nparly ten cars, the bribes Allds wns
fourid guilt) of having taken having been paid In 1001 Senator Con
ger, who exposed Allds, was shown to lnvu had knowledgo of tho bri
bery during uU'tho Intcncnlng jctirs and to no made no exposura
until ho sought to defeat Allds for the Speakership This fortcd Con
ger's resignation as a member of tho Legislature.
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CONGRESS WANTS SUGAR TRUST INFORMATION.
WASHINGTON, D. C Apr. 1 1. Congress today passed n resolu
tion irqiiestlng 1'icsldetit Taft to furnish Information regarding tho
progrecs of tho sugar frauds prosecutions, if furnishing ot such Inti
mation Is not Ituiuupatlblc wltlk public Interests.
Congressional Investigation of the frauds Iiiih been withheld In ac
cordance with tho reiommeiidntluiis In Tuft's regular message, In
which he declared that a Congressional Investigation might Interfero
with cilmlnal prosomtlons. The House (oday discussed tli progress of
the last's and decided to call upon the executive for Information as to
,what was being done.
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THE GREATEST STRIKE IS SETTLED. .
I'lIII.AUI.M.rlllA, Apr. 14. Tile great street car strike has been
settlid. The settlement Is n compromise. Under Us terms, tho street
car company will take back all the strikers
BARRY KNOCKED OUT.
I.OS ANOi:i,KS, Apr.
the seventeenth round.
II. I.nngford knocked out Harry tonight In
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK Accompanist
ALEXANDER YOUNG HOTEL
THURSDAY EVE., APRIL 21ST
TICKETS $1 AT BEROSTR0M MUSIC CO.
FINANCIER J. J. HILL MAKES POW
ERFUL SPEECH AGAINST THE
INCREASE OF PUBLIC DEBT.
ST. PAUI-JuineB J. Hill, address
ing ths Minnesota (.onsen utlon con
gro'H, and icferrlwjitb conservation of
tho national capital, which l'ia places
next In Importance to tho conservation
ot land, Balri:
"Tho people of tho United States In
herited fioin ltd rami lers n wholesome
tradition against debt, which Is only
now dlsappcirlng from tho conduct of
na'lonal affairs. This, togclhcr with
tho enormous resources at our com
mand and thn consequent ability of
our peoplo tn pay Increasing taxes
without distress, has kept our natlonnl
debt at a model ato figure. Until tho
time of tho Spanish wijr and the, Pan
nma canal It df creased. It now tends
to rlno concealed under tho pollto
Iktlon of cerllflcntej of Indebtedness
to tover treasury deficits.
"Leaving out the debts of counties.
mimlUp tittles anil school dlstrlctH,.tho
nggregito debt of all tho states and
tho territories, less Hlnklng funds ns
bcts, was 1271745,722 In ISffv: In 1890
H wan J2I),210 8I7, and In 1902 It was
$231908,573. Tho docreasu for tho
first decado was 23 1 per out ami tho
lliciearo for tho 12 jcirs pi lor to 1902
was tl 2 per tout. Tho figures down
to 1910 outside or and In addition to
tho national debt, would probably
MisS uil8S' ?lS'4l "
shuw an increase of 1 1,250,000,000 In.
tl r.00 000,000 for" tho last 20 ears and
ii grand total of ocr $2 250 000,000
about doublu what It wus lu 1S90"
"Tha phcnnmeuil lucre ao of piiblhi
cxpcndlturvs Is one of tho causes of
tliu Increase In prices now disturbing
tho p npln." '
Ho ascribed tho tariff as one f Hu)
tontrlbiitlng rniiscs of existing condi
tions, and continued:
'Combln itlons which nro nctuall) in
restraint of trado, which Inno nionop
ollied their field mill uro either iom
trolled by n (oinnioit secret managi
ment or n secret agreement to tnilii
Inln .exorbitant charges, nio parti'
rcHpoiihlblo. If tho oper itlons ot
theso had been followed with tho samo
Interest by tho public and checked
with tho samo ilgor bj statu mid in
Hon that nro dlsplaed b) agitation
against lallroids tho comilr would,
not lie ho stupefied as It Is today bj n
great hardship or so bewildered ulmut
Aimed hlglmajmen attempt to hot
up an automobllUts lu Colden tla's
A Rare Opportunity!
to BUY A LARCH TRACT Or LAND
off LUSO STREET, above Mormon
church, containing; 30,000 SQUARE
FEET, for ft residence. Nice Manie
nic lawn: some fruit trees. On car
line. In walking distance to Post-'!
P. E. R. STRAUCH
'Waity Buildins 74 S. Kinp; Street
Every Membpr of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
' EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
Jhe Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Blue Sers?e Suits
- i, for : -
E are building
business on these
suits, they are guar
anteed to be SUN
and ftAIN PROOF.
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we nave mem lm
regular sizes also iru
Longs and Stouts 3
and can fit anyone.l
(Rochester, N. Y.J
Sweet -Pickled Peaches and Pears -
In time and five-pound plass jars. '
. ' . Assorted Preserved Fruits
, In three-pound glass jars.
Assorted Fresh Fruits
In one and one-half-pound jars.
These Are Fruits In Perfection
Henry May & Co. a.
We have just received n
Large Shipment of tlic fa
Kodaks and General
Supply Co., Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
To (jonsuincrs of Government Water.
I On and ufii'r July 1, J 910, water
rntcij fur purposca of Irrigation 111
lie (hattsi'd at the rata of Thirty
((.10 00) Dollars per aero per enr
or I'lvo-clclita Cents (1, 0015) per
Superintendent ot I'ubllu WorKs.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
I CATHOLIC SISTERS
'Phone 170 Niuht Call 1014
Come and learn particulars at
Mt" ror aaiy cuds uniuuVTm.,
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO
Bcretania St., 0pp. Sachs'
BUSINESS NOTICES. ' J -
id ii'titi- in niii i iiiiiL-miu, nirM!"- t,4
uiiintliH, n muBUlllceully-fiirnlKlted Jj
uiodrru inanuliiu on rnclflc HclRl(i'.'r
Klr.lit ijodroom, with thrco loili- s
roiiniB. Iteceptlun hall, lilllUrd,- A
inusio, uiiinry ami inner rciom cifM'n
flrcnlucis. lirgfl Kariluti. Jl.irln.) ,
low not uxcelled,
B. P. OLIVER, INC.
iui juoiUKWucry av. ij
45UU-tit San Francisco, cai.
Tliu California Ilarnent Shop liaa
mm oil to tin. liiiiLtlon n f lllehardiO
Merchant and Klni; triet, lornicrlyj'j
Automobile and Carria&e
Triramint; a Specialty
u, u. itAUMAiH & aun, rropnciors
XJAUINU HAT ULEANEJUS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO. Socialist.
1151 Fort Street. Opn CouventJ
Honolulu, T, H. f
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