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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1911.
THE HOME OF
Madame Irerie Corsets
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BY continuing to carry this Renowned Custom-Made Corset we are adding to our policy to make Jordan's the leading and most
attractive store to ladies who are particular. We desire to emphasize the many points of merit which has placed this Corset in
a class by itself, and should not for a single moment be compared with the usual corset of commerce.
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We have MADAME IRENE CORSETS in all the Latest Models at
$5.00, $6.50, $7.50, $10.50, $12.50, and $15.00
We are building up a very large business for this grand line. We make a Corset customer for :all.time of every lady who once buys a
pair. Ask to, be fitted with this Corset. You will find Ease, Elegance and Grace combined with wearing qualities.
We can make any require alteration at no extra cost '' ,U ,
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ALL WAIT ON
President to Block All Mea
sures to Get in His -Way.
(Fprclal II ill) tin forrfBinilni..)
l)y I'. S. Albert.
WASHINGTON, Juno 23. -Tin- net
rcitillu f lli extraordinary icaslon
now seem in tin clearly Indicated.
Then linwi simmered ilown to the
paBEiiRu of the Canadian reciprocity
agreement without iiinendiuetit. All
the olhei (Valium! of the llouso pro
gram renn destined to failure.
"Conlllctliig views eiilurtiilncil by tliq
various llopuhllcnn mill Dcmociutlc
factior.ii in the Senate are responsible
for the material curtailment. Up to
tills time an agreement nn any plan
for tariff rovlnlon has prmcii liupos-
E elide. The disaffected regular Ho
m publicans (if the fur West, hearted by
t Senator Olxon, of Montana, desire
ll nullum; but eiiiiipleto downward re
i, vlflon after reciprocity passes. Tliu
E. sli-nlght-nut llcgulurs oppose any re
ft vision at all, iitnndlng pat on the pro
tSjXrtectivu policy. The progressive Ito-
publlcuns desire revision or the wool,
cotton, iron and steel, Biignr, chem
ical and other spoelllc schedules,
whereby the cost of living might bo
reiluceil. Tiioy no furtlinr tlmn yio
Democrats, wbvi seek n inmlcruto ro-
vlnlon of the Avool anil eotton sched
ules, but notlbejond a point where
KUlIlclo!it,.'fO'jfnues may be produced.
Tl:o DemOLMttf have promised to ac
cept the fjrogresslvo. bills If bettor
than existing luw. The Progressives
will assist tho'Dnmocciits If their plan
dors not Intorfcro with their Ideas of
Tho Democrats tin Indifferent about
tariff revision now, They ure willing
toMinvo. It left for their leadliiR Issue
It; the next Presidential campaign.
Tlie Pfogresshe Inclloo in that di
rection. Among the divergent views
nothing hut reciprocity Is certain.
Tuft N Firm.
' "Tho attitude 'of President Taft Is
ncnjr ivs i deiorront upon n tariff
lirtiKrntn. Mo has repeatedly nn-
noiiiiced that ho will veto reciprocity J
If any amendments are added. Ho Is
ruoiorcd to have said thut he will
veto a revision of tho wool and other
bchediilcs until after the Tariff Hoard
submits Its report next winter. This
is denied at tliu White House and tho
statement made that bo will care
fully consider any and all tariff
measures presented to hint for ap
proval. The Picsldcnt will not help
1'oiigicss by an announcement of his
Inlentlons but merely reserve his
constitutional prerogative of vetoing
ivhat ho dislikes.
lie yo rid reciprocity the permanent,
accomplishment!! of this session will
bo limited. It has already been de
cid"d not to undertake legislation
fixing tho toll rales for vessels pass
ing through the Panama canal when
completed. This lias been urged by
maritime and commercial bodies. A
dellnlto agreement lias been reached
In defer the matter until next winter,
Tho possibility of a drastic cam
paign publicity net seems remote. A
bill has been passed by the llouso
and amended by tho Senate commit
tee on Privileges and Klcctlons. It
Is on the calendar awaiting consider
ation, but the .long discussion that
will Inevitably fnllnw precludes tho
likelihood of action before adjourn
ment. Hired Klcrlldii Mocked.
The Joint resolution submitting an
amendment to the constitution pro
viding for tho election of Senators
by direct vote Is In conference. It
seems destined to roiuaiu there In
definitely. Tho Senate and llouso are
deadlocked on the question of leaving
Congress nuthorlty to regulato elections.
Legislation In remedy defect!) In the
Pure Food and Drugs Act has been
strongly urged by tho President In a
special mossagc. It Is desired to meet
the recent decision of the Supremo
Court which held that tho 'misbrand
ing of putcnt medicines did not con
stitute a violation of tho luw. Hills
have been Introduced In both
branches of Congross to correct the
ovll but much discussion will pro
cede their passage. .
All down the linn the outlook for
other legislation than Canadian re'
clprocJty dally becomes mure hope'
WANTED ON LOT
Improvement Club Suspends
Resolution for Month to.
.Mrnihi'm of the Wnlalae, Kalmukl
mid I'.ilolo Improvement club will give
Hie Hoard oMIeldlh il month III which
In I'leiin no ti lot nt tliu Junction of
Klni: mid llerctanla streets Hint Is nl
le"e,l to ne In nn Insanitary condition.
mid If the board ,uen nut inako the
Improvement,. tho club will take up the
matter for'a vIkoioiis light,
Tills was the result InM night nflinlil-
liig up for one' month n resolution alin
ed at tho conditions declared to exist
on this let, which Is. Territorial prop
erly, In whose ownership Is Involved a
Ion;: mid complex story.
The lot In ciiiestlun Is n flutlrnn
shaped piece of property, and was given
to the Territory by tho lllshop H trite.
It Is st.ited, on the condition that It bo
used fur a public park. It wns explain
ed to members of the club that tho
Tenltury bad sold the property to J.
J. rU'lser, ami then dlfcnvered that un
der the conditions of tho deed of gift
fioin the Hlxl'inn I'Mntc. the Tolrrltnry
jroubl not sell the. lot. Tho transfer Is
held up and meanwhile the condition
of the lot Is an eyesore to the Kalmukl
residents. An effort wilt bo inudo to
get u change of conditions la tho deed
of girt so thut tho salo to Helser may
eo throiiuh. mid Helser. It was stilted.
has expressed his readiness to put tho
lot In sanitary condition.
Mrs. ,S. F. Zcave,
Temporarily closed whllo away on
buying trip. Open again In September.
Aviators wfib fly In Connecticut
hereafter must have a llcenao and
their machines must bo registered
with the secretary of state, a bill
having been signed by Clovernor
Hiildwln. It Is the first law of tho
kind to go on the statute books In
tho United Stales.
-' 63 Young. Building
A smooth asphalt paved mad from
Chicago to tho state line at tho north,
to be known as Sheridan road mid In
bo made tho Uncut boulevard In the
world, Is tho plan of it group of
wealthy Chicago men who have form
ed uu organization (or that purpose,
GALLANT BATTLESHIP TEXAS IS PREY TO ASPIRING MARKSMEN OFNAVY
fan j t mvyw" ' a '- ' ' " ' ",jri1 '' ' ' , ' "!ii i.iipwm(ii. j,.,,,, L,,...-j t i,. " ' " t '- ' r ,
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'',. v?lai(sr . 1 I KwhH''fl?t fl..', 4 T .Vkl I K , iW' ',-.
-4 .T SS&i'i i , i'i . H 7Tft a "'Mi-WmmMiffMmJw Jf" 1 I . t V' "I
X0lU'Oi,K,Vn., July r. Tliij nav-iher upper work 4. Tho above group
al unlhnvltles bavins decided not to' cnt shows bor ns she wns sinking to
1110 bottom, torn mid shattered, a
ralro tho batlercd bulk of the old
miserable hulk, In llie Interest of war
deadly work of tho fhells, from thel-wreck of tlirt warship Is n nioniimonl.
twelvo Inch HUI13 ot tho battleship. 1 H10 gunnery of American naval
New Hampshire Is evldeut, Klred
friini a distance of seven ami eight
warship Texas (renamed tho San science, and nlso us sho floated proud-, miles, thoy toro gaping holes In the
Marcos), the famous craft lias been
snipped of all valuably metal and
guns and lelt In tho mud of tho lower
Chesapeake liny. Tho shots fired In
j target practlco .of tho New-Hamp
shire shuttered -licr" null as well-as
ly with shut' and shell tcurliii; Into
her nud falling; about her. Tho onco
proud t.0,1 fighter (hnt did valiant
work In lo Spanish-American war
wns siicrlllced In order that tho pierc
ing work of shells and tbe resistance
of armor-plate might be proved. The
stunch old battleship and raked her
docks. Tor two whole days tho bom
bardment was kept up, while, tho At
lautlo b'atlleshlp llecl of twouly-reven
vessels, with notables of the army
and navy aboard, were. ranged about
witnesses, to her . destruction. The
Jiien. Tho first two sulvos from tho
Now Hampshire really rendered bor
11 total loss.' Tho gunners placed their
shots Just where they wanted Iho
idiells In a dozen places, tearing holea
fioni four to six' fee( In diameter
right llirnnrth tho chip from sldo to
hIiIii. Decks, beams and bulkheads,
BtamfhloiiB and nrmor were torn away
na It they had been made of paper.
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