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EVENING DDLLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUHSIMY, .HINT! 2, 1910' " '
FOR SATURDAY MORNING
y LINEN SHEETINO Extra heavy, 90 inch:s. Regular
price, $1.00 a yard; sale price, $1.40 a yard.
COLORED LINEN SUITING 27 inches wide. Colors:
Pink, Tan, Green, Alice Blue. Light Blue, Lavender. Reg
ular price, 25c. a yard; sale price, $20 a yard.
EIDENDOWN CRIB BLANKETS Fine quality. Col
on: Fink and Blue. Regular price, $1.25; sale price, 95c.
' CHILDREN'S HOSE Fine ribbed; nice quality. Col
ors; Black, White, Pink, Red. Blue and Tan. Sizes 4 to
G'g. Regular price, 20c, a pair; sale price, 12Vic a pair.
CREAM ENGLISH SEROE 50 inches wide, beautiful
quality. Regular price, $1.50 a yard; sale price, $1.20 a
yard. ( ,
BOX RUCHINOS White and colored. Six ruches to the
box, Regular 35c. a Jox; sale price, 25c. a box.
STORE CLOSES SATURDAY AT 1 P. M.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c., $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $4.50.
L.AHOY, - NuuanuSt
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
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the anrcmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samplei free to Phyildtni and DruUliti.
At all 'hrugglsts.
HORLICK'S MALTEP MILK COMPANY, Raolnt, Wit., U. S. A. '
FOR THE FACE DOES NOT FOLLOW SHAVING UNLESS
A Q00D SOAP IS USED. JOHNSON'S SHAVING CREAM
LEAVES THE FACE SOFT AND FREE FROM SMART
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HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
MINERS ARE AGAIN
RUSHIp TO ALASKA
"'SBATTI.'n.'itno 1 Tho season's' nlsdi lo tlio'nold fields of Afoskn.
has lecuimncnicil nnd this city Is thronged with minora, prospectors,
claim-owners Mid ndvcuturcrH en route to the North. The report that
linve rcicntl) been received (rum Alaska of rich strikes In the. Idltnrod
dlstrlrt, said to he richer thnn any that voro found In tho famous
Klondike diggings, hnvo added to the anxiety of many of tho prospec
tors tbe on tho ground. The steamship accommodations aro hooked
for several steamers ahead, nnd premiums arc being offered for berths.
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AGREE TO AMEND POSTAL BANK BILL.
WASMINUTON, Juno 1. Tho House Republicans, in caucus to
night, agreed to support an amendment to the Administration's Postal
Savings Hank Hill, thereby the amounts deposited must he divided
fir, per cent, to bo deposited In tho local banks, 30 per cent, to bo Invest
ed in bonds, and tho remaining 5 per cent, to bo rosorved.
SEVENTEEN KILLED BY PREMATURE EXPLOSION.
ODUUN, Utah, Juno 1. The prematuro explosion of n blast In n,
nuarrj, In which four hundred kegs of powder hud been used, result
ed In tho death of seventeen workmen hero today.
TAFT OFF FOR F0UR-DAY TRIP.
WASHINGTON, 1). C, Juno 1 President Taft will leave tomor
row, fur n four ilajs' trip, Intending to visit points In I'ennsvlvnnln,
Ohio and Michigan.
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NOTED PAINTER DEAD.
LONDON, Juno 1. Sir Trnncls Sejmour linden, Knight of the Hath
nnd founder of the, rtojiil Soclctj o( painter ntchors, died at his homo
hero today. "
GOTCH WINS AGAIN.
CII1CACO, Juno 1. Gotch dcfealrd Zb)szsko In
match tonight for championship honors.
STATEMENT OF McLEAN
B. F. Dillingham Declares Interstate
Regulations Should Be Allied
to the Inter-Island Company.
Arguments for nnd against tho appli
cation of tho laws of Interestato com
merce, to 'the. Intel Island traffic of the
Territory, wero heard at the meeting
of tho trustees of tho Merchants' As
soclatlon held josterday afternoon. II.
V. Dillingham declared in favor of tho
intcrstnto regulations to tho Island
shipping, argultu that It was cquatl;
as justifiable as to apply it to railroads
of tho Territory. James U McLean of
tho Inter IslAnd Steamship Company,
opposed the Idea.
Tho following report was road from
tho Committee on Trade anil KInnno'
on tho proposlMon of the Inter-Island
rnto and tho Interstntn commerce reg
ulations. "Heferrlng lo Georgo II. McClcllan'H
letter of April 30 regarding an amend
ment to tho Intcrstnto commerco act
which will inako that cntlro net np
pllcnble to Individuals or companies
transporting freight or passengers as
common carriers between ono point
and nnothcr within tho Territory of
Hawaii, jour commlitco would report
'that It has given tho subject, careful
"Wo hnvo Interviewed tho Inter Is
land Btenm Navigation Company, the
largest cnrtlors between Intorlsland
ports, nnd are assured by them that
thcio Is no discrimination In their
frilght latos. Thoy exhibited to us
pjimo, nnd offered to exhibit any, of
their ships' manifests to provo tljls
They Inform in also that certain
freight rates hnvo been reduced since
tho consolidation of tho Wilder Stenm
ship Company and tho Intcrlsland
Steam Navigation Company,
j "V.our commttteo understands that
I steamship companies throughout tho
United States not operating In con
junction with rnllronds, do not now
conio under tho lnterstnto lomtnerca
I act, and wc feci that no legislation on
this matter from Washington is nec
essary or desirable Your committee,
thcrcforo, recommends that nny
amendment to tho Interstate commerce
act which would bring the steamship
transportation companies of this Ter
ritory under it should bo discouraged.
"J. D.1 McINHItNY,
"GEO. G. GUILD,
"Members Trndo and Finance Com.
u'twn tho reading of tho report Mr.
Dillingham proceeded to Btato that ho
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Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
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wished to correct tho Impression thnt
pcumed to prevail in somo quarters
that the amendment Introduced In Con
gress pruvidlng for tho application of
tho Interptnto commerce rulings to tho
intor-lsland trnlTla wis Insortcd on the
Influence of tho Oahu Railway and
Land Company. This, ho stated, w is
not so but he added that If ho was u
largo shareholder In the Intcr-tslands
Company ho would be glad to see tho
Interstate commission's ruling applied
to tho business of tho company.
Mr. Dillingham denied that thcro
was any Idea of n, "fjght" between tho
roriMiratlon and nil' led thnt the Idea
of competition between n railroad and
an Island steamship company, was ab
surd under prevailing conditions.
"To bo fair nnd obnvo board with
)ou oil," added Mr. nilllnghnm, "I will
say that 1 sent n cablo to Washington
estcrda stating that It they would
exempt tho stennishlp company from
tho jurisdiction of tho commission wo
would consider It a gross Injustlco to
"If )ou aro not doing nnythlng un
lawful, I don't seo why jou don't set
all suspicion aside nnd accept it. It
doesn't set rates but It prevents any
unrighteousness against the small ship
per who enn't help himself."
Mr. McLean opposed tho amend
ment. He said:
"Wo feci that someone has endeav
ored to railroad an amendment into
this bill and that thcro Is local Influ
ence behind It." ho said. "Our main
objection Is that It nppllos to Hawnl
alono. I bclluvo that n similar mcas-,
uro wns Introduced Into the senate
some time ago, only In that instance
directed ngalnbt nil the steamship
Hues, nnd It uus killed In two minutes. I
"Wo recelvo no concessions from
tho government no franchise, no
right of way. Tho sea Is open to cv-
crybody. Our great surprlso Is tho
great Ignorance shown In Congress
during tho debate.
"They said 'Look at that great mo
nopoly' and said that our rates wero'
12 cents n mile, In reality they aro u
cents n mlto and to Hllo It Is a frac
tion over 5 cents. Our freight rates
hnvo been lower slnio wo amalgamat
ed with tho Wilder Steamship Com
pany. "Thero is a difference between tho
steamship and rn II road transportation
Thero Is a great difficulty In making
landings tit certain places. In many
ensos tho wharves nro owned privately
nnd un nrn charced as much for land.
Ing nur freight thcro ns our freight
rates coma to, Wo aro blanid' for
"Hitr nlitprttnn Ih th'nl un nrm tlin
only company In trie country singled!
out to go under tho lntorstato com
"It would bo unfair to apply tho.lu-j
tcrstato commerce commission b ruling
lo ino ruurujus aim ui'i u itiu Bieiim-j
ships," Bald Mr, Dillingham. "You
wnnM tin lr.Rn llnbln tn pnnitmtltlnn on I
water. If you uro not doing anything
contrary to law, I would come out and
accept it all." '
Tho opinion of tho trustees was that
Mr. McLean had not showed wherein
nn application of the Intcrstnto rates
would Injure but concovded the Injus
tice of an oxtonslon of tho law'to Ha
waii alono. '
Mr. Sllva of Ulvele wus heuid on tho
independent store question and tho
IruslPCK'votort in rcfor'votli problems
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specializing this season for
arc not only the best vc have ever
shown, but they arc remarkable in
many ways. You will have to see
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