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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, APR. 27, 1911.
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Please Read These Two Letters.
Tho following letter from Mrs. Orvillo Ttoek will vrovo how unwio
it Ls for woinun to submit to tho (Unicorn of n Stii gieiil opomtiim w lien it
may lw uvoidrd by diking Lydl:i K. Plnkhiun'H Vegetable: Ooiuuud.
She Mas four wclc.i In tlio Hospital mid cuiiio liomo mifferlni;
wrnwi tlimi lioforo. Then nftct nil tlmt BUlfuriiig Lydiu E. Pink
Iiuiu'm Vetutublo Coraixmnd restored her hcnlth.
iiKitu is mm owx statkmknt.
Jfaw Paw, Midi. "Two yenrs ngo I suffered
very .severely with a displacement I could not
bo on my fcrt lor iv long time. My physician
treated mo for fiovernl months without much re
lief, and at lust Kent mo to Ami Arbor for nn op
erutlon. I was there lourweelcs and came homo
suffering worse than before. My mother ad
vised mo to try Jjjiim a. i-iiiKiiiuir.s vceiaoio
Conipoiind, and X did. To-iluy 1 am well and
Ntron? ami do nil my own housework. I owe my
health to Iydhi J2. I'liikhain'H Vegetable Com
poiiiiiland advlso eery woman who isafllletcd
with any female complaint to try It." Mr.
Orvillo ltoclc, It. II. Xo. ft, l'aw i'aw, Mich.
"There never wisnworso case."
Ropkport, I ml. " Thero never was a w orso caso of woman's
ills than mliuvanil I cannot beuluto tell you m hut 1 Niiffercd.
l'or oer two jear I Mas not ulilo to do anything. I was hi bed
lorn mouth and tho doctor said nothing but an operation would
euro me. My father nujr:r(!slc; Mil In II. Plnkhaiu's Vegctnblo
Compound; so to please liliu I took It, and I improved wonder
fully, so I am able to travel, rhlu horseback, take long rldesand
neer feel any ill effects from It. I can olily ask other suffering
women to give Lyrilu K. lMnkliam'H Vi'trotnlile Compound a trial
before hiiIhiiIUIiik to nn operation." Mrs. Margaret Meredith,
it. 1 I). Mo. :;, ltocl.i.oit, Ind.
Wo will pay a hamlsoiuo reward to any person Mho will provo to
us that thusu letters tiro not genuine and tiulhfitl or that either of
these, women w.uro paid in any wiy for their testimonials, or that tho
letters nru pul)lislicd without their poi mission, or that thu oiigiual
letter from each did not coino to us entirely unsolicited.
For 30 years Lydla n. Plnkhnni's Vegetable
Compound has been tho standard remedy for
feinalo ills. No sick woinun docs justlco to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
has thousands of cures to Its credit.
Mrs. Plnkham invites all sick women
to write her for advice. She bus
b'Uldcd thousands to health free of oliaruo.
Auurcii.1 iiiia. limuiuiu, uyuu, iuush.
We Are Showing
"IMPORTED SCOTCH GINGHAMS"-N'rw iVsIkiih 111 1'l.ilds
mid Stripes; llni-quality mill warranted fust colors. 30c per yard.
NOVELTIES IN BATISTE- l'or Hiimmir wear; ull cholc
mill pri-tt pittcrti Six yarcU for $1.
HANDSOME DRESS PATTERNS -hi "Surnh," "Missallnc."
nnil Huft "Hi iikiIIiii'" Silks.
null on. pittoin or i-.i li In DRESDEN and PERSIAN NOVELTIES.
Specials for Saturday Shopping
DLACK SILK CLOVES -Sixteen tuition, nil sl7i s, double lln
K r tii-. Ili'Kiilur, Jl 2S; spi-i l.il. 80c per pair.
WHITE SWISS CURTAIN MUSLIN-.".He. :!.'.( nnil 4 He iiiall-
ths our ilmli'u for 25c ptr yard.
COLORED BATISTE In ii uMp variety of iiiilliriiii. HeKiilur
li".c iuallt.. special, 12 yards for $1.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Opposite Fire Station
Upsides cstabllshlnE n rccnnl for
progii'sshc leKUlatlon of nil kinds
tho sixth legislature, wiilcli went In
to hlstoiv last night ut cloven u clock,
redeemed every platform plodKu
iikiiIu by tliu Republican party at lliu
last cnmpalKn except line. Tlmt nno
wns Iho County record ofllce plunk,
which la it minor mutter uml vvus op-
lioacd ns being iletrlmeiilal to tlia
iiinj(irlt) of business interests.
'radically every plntform pledgo
In enacted Into Inw, n conspicuous
exceiilinii beliiK Hie ilhect primary.
A n Imnry bill passed the House, was
killed In the Satiate and then a sort
of substitute, tho Touru bill, passed
The tlovemor iockct-etood tills
bill, which nag bent to him yestei
da), so the dlnct primary Is u dream
fur another two jears nt least Hut
Iho other pledges were well kept
Kiiiirutlmi, made a first charge on
tho revennes of tho Territory, Is a
big brnellLllir) f "Mil the llepiibllcun
IckIhI.h ur,-. Thu school fund bill was
passed, giving education $113,127 from
the general nnd Kpvrlul fund, and thu
loan bill gives education $449,
O'Hi mine, must of wiilcli Is for lien'
uclioolliiiuseH further provision ls
madu for laiger puyrolls for tcacherH
mid mi elastic school system
Tho plank pledKing the Hepubllcan
iiiembers to progiesslve conservation
was cnirled out Aid lias been pro
vided for the experiment stntlon
woik, fur n,;rlciiHiiru and forestry, a
special department with a Btiperlii
Undent of murkets at Its head has
been crated, and the special Iticomo
lux lias been lontlnued for two jears
Thu plank declaring against a re
opening of the prohibition question
was observed In the spirit, thu only
lliiorf legislation having nothing to
do with prohibition
Public health, another of tho plat
form pledges, was one of the biggest
Issues of Hie session, and the 11 it 1
lot Ill's reports day nfter day will
show Hie progress that was made.
The appointment of a special sani
tary conmiisHon and the appropria
tion of :i special hind of $:rn,000 arc
the two most Important points scor
led in lit' light for u cleun country
Tho Hoard of Health's pouerH have
' been er largely extended uml the
I board now l clothed with ample an-
tliorlt) to effect the liliirl.ieeded
I clean-up. Tho special plank calling
for homesteads for persons illscharg'
' eel fioiu Iho leper suttleuient was fill-
j Ailed Cisike's bill In Ibis effect now
. being u law.
j New wharves hnvo Iiopii provided,
County government extended and
safeguarded, a permanent settlement
of $IJ(i monthlv made for (Jueen 1.1
linokalanl, Kllauea natlonnl park re
servo Insisted Uhiii, the great regti
ler for voters provided, lironiotlon
' work aided though not as much ns
is needed, provision made for con
giessioiinl visits, and u stntehooil re
hulutlou parsed and sent to Congress.
The bell-road program on which
the Oahii delegates mado their race,
was ruined when oiler the bill pass
ed IhiIIi Houses It was vetoed by tho
tioveiuor Tlio I Louse passed tho
bill over the veto but the Senate did
not However, the llnancu committee
Inserted u $200,000 Hem In tho loan
bill foi belt loads and bridges on
O.ihti. The other counties farod well
in belt-road matters, Hawaii getting
$1100,000, Maul $370,000 and Kutuil
$101)1100. These are loans and must
be paid back by Iho counties.
Outside of the legislation mention
ed ubove, the most Imixirtant plcco
of work dono vvus the passage of the
Full child losnlutlon, which really
comes under the head of aid to edu
cation, as fifty per cent of the rtv
Laf Bud will be married fer th'
fourth time t" day. He et a hearty
breakfast an' spent a hour with his
minister an' shows no signs o' weak
nln'. Th' great drawback t' llvin' in
a little town Is bavin' t' look at th'
same girl goln' In an' out o' th' pust
office all th' time.
enues from developed lands of the
Territory under lease will go for
Tho House passed hills dealing a
harbor commission and a waterworks
commission for Honolulu the first
now being n Inw, but the rerond be
ing filled In tho Kenate Two Im
portant (street nillwav franchise bills
were pissed, one for Ililo and Hi"
other for Honolulu the second be
ing pocket-vetoed by tlio tlovemor.
Tim legislature also took up th,, mat
ter of tho raids made by Coast agents
on Hawaii's labor supply and pasred
laws of regulation, which are now
being tested In the courts
One of tho lniK)rtaiit matters ac
complished vvus the selling aside of
Maklkl valley as a public park thus
preserving this wonderful beauty
spot for tho benefit of thu Kople.
Scores of other pieces of progreS'
slve legislation were completed and
others begun that will hear fruit In
mmSh rrrra trees Mrnsr
' mu?yiimH iminiiMM.- i'ui.ifc'rX'
slrv VlJIfi ulll V ."t .
" Jufil'B AS J!ftstJ"i!OJS"yil
" t iYBenJaiTi'n C''HCS
THIS is our
m pleasing the
TjAriY Young men
rrr who appreciate
jr clothes that
. er have character
is due to our
7 sortment oi ex
J. elusive Spring
Styles and Fab
rics. We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
from $20.00 to
The bill providing for the extension
of the frunvlilsa Of the Kapld Transit
company Is still In the hands of (lov-
ernor lrpur, with a possibility that be
inn)' sign It before the time limit Is up.
As it result, the chief executive stands
licensed of bring u "man without back
iMiiifc u coward." by Senator Cecil
Drown, who In the last hours of the
Senate's session last night Indulged In
severe criticism of thu Governor
.Senator llrnnli Insisted that It was
the duty of the Governor to either
sign or veto the bill and give the I.vx
Mature n fair chance to express Its
opinion by overriding his Veto iigallist
The Senator from Onlui wanted to
know "how long the peoplo lire going
to stand for I hi sort of thing," and
then lie niovid that a committee bn ap
pointed to wait on the Governor and
nsk him for action Senator llrown'Mt
motion wan ruled out of order by
President Knudsen, but the hot crltl
tlsui still remains "In tho record"
Spring planting of wheat In Canada
and the Northwest vius responsible for
the withdrawal of JC60.000 from the
New York C'ubtreasiiry In ono day
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE BROM&.QUININE, re.
moves the cause. Used the world ovef
to cure a cold in one day. E. W.
GROVE'S signature on each box. Made
VKR13 MliDlCINR CO. Saint Luuk V. 9. .
143 Cases of
New Spring Styles
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
f These are what we have been waiting for They should have been here
two months ago, but owing to labor strikes in New York these shipments
have been delayed.
f We will not attempt to illustrate at this time any of the many styles re
ceived. We will be pleased to have you call at the store and look them
Manufacturers' Shoe. Co., Ltd.
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IftaRflf R 1)
Primo Bock Bee
In Bottles and on Draught at every
Bar and Cafe in Honolulu
If d the best BOCK BEER ever offered in Honolulu.
MMI ill i II H.rllili'lSajgj
in Shoes i