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THE TONIC FOR
EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 16,
TO FORM CLUB
Embroideries ! Embroideries !
12,000 Yds. Embroideries
8EE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.
64 S. Hotel Street, opposite Empire Theater
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY, we will oiler to the oeneral trade 12,000 YARDS OF NEW EM
BROIDERIES that arrived per S. S. Lurline.
Entirely Nevir Stock and New Patterns in
INSERTIONS, EDQING3, 13.lnch CORSET COVER3, GALLOONS, 18 and 20-inch ALL-OVERS and 25
Inch FLOUNCINGS. tt&J '1
This stock was ordered by our predecessors, and we want to close the' entire lot out before our
newly-ordered stock arrives. ")i ,
This is certainly your opportunity to select your entire wants In the embroidery line at these very
LOW PRICES. ,
Please Note the Prices Are Cut 50 Per
Cent below the Regular Selling Prices
INSERTIONS- ltiKiilur selling pike, 1U mill I.', limits; to close. 5c, and 3 yards for 25c
EDGINGS-Ilrgulur srllhiK pike, 1U mill 15 tints; tci close tit 5c, and 3 yards for 20c
EDGINGS lU'KUhll ftllliiK price, :0 mid L'S tents; In dine ut 10c, and 2 yards for 25o
CORSET COVERS -IS Indies tide; -riKiilnr prhc, 30 mill .1.1 iciits; to cluo at. ...15c and 20c per yard
FLOUNCINGS 55 Indus wide, rcKulur hi-IHur price, 10 and SO cents pir jnrd; In close lit
20c and 25c per yard
CALLOONS Iti.-Kiil.tr selllUB price. 20 hiiIh; tn dose ut 10c per yard
THIS SALE WILL LAST FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY and, remember, those who come flrot will
have the largest line to select from.
y This Sale is for Ladies Only
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CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
64 South Hotel Street
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Ml Tu)lor until the I.CKlslaturi- of t ho
rflntn meets TIiIh kIoh tin- opponents
nf ireo miKiir tin iiililitluiml unci iinex
pit tut nte
Oristow the Expert.
Hinutnr llrlstow of Kansas Is the
in oixnlti) tpert fur tin- Progressives
III llll m.lttlTH piTtllllllllK 1" NIIKIir II"
Iiiih ulrcnily outlined Jils com so mill
will tint ki much hejnnd his tnli;hiitl
pinpnsltliui fnr u mliit-tliin nT !!0 points
In duties, lit- has prepared his sugar
hill nml It Is ready for pri'Hi'iitiitlon iih
ii substitute fnr Mm House frcu siiRur
incusuio. If that pnlnt Is ctr rem. 1ml,
Tn 1. 1 n nil thu wuy tliriMiKh his hill
piuvldcs fur nn approximate ilut nf
Jl 11 per HMI pounds nn HiiKnr, iih
iiKnlust tin- present rntt- nf u trlllo III
ixii'sx or $151 prr hundred pnumlK,
He uhollshis tho Dntcli color test mill
tnl.es ii w Illicit ut the preferential iluty
mi ii'lliuil sugars, hut his proposition
Is iv Iihik distant c from frco siiRiir.
Tin- Introduction of Mr. Hrlstow'ii
uinciidmcut In tho .Semite, whlln tho
Unit lie ( innnnlttin Im cukiikciI In hear-
lilk' nil rnniois nil thn merits of tlio
House hilt, liiillnitrs that 11" coinpro
nilso is possible urn) tli.it .Ml- Hrlslowi
Mill Join thu regular Ilciiibllenns In
IlKhtlliK the llnuo hill.
The Brittow Plan.
Ill cxpl.ilnlui; Ills new siiKnr bill Si n-
Hlor llrlstow kiim- nut this Htiiteinent.
"Tim present dills n siiKiir testing
r, per rent pun- Is 93 cents per luiii
ilrcil pnunilK, and fnr cni.li iiililitluiml
ili'Brre nf purity 3 1-2 cents pir hun
dred pounds Is nihleil, niiikliiK' the duty
nn pure inirellneil MiKiir tl 82 1-2 Tn
this Is milled n illfTercntl.'ll or 7 1-2
I'ciitH per hundred for rellneil siiKnrf
mulling the ilnt nn rellneil ur Kniiui
hiteil sugar $1.00 ptr hiiiulreil pounds
Tim pri sent law hImi Includes u uro
IkIoii requiring nil sugars lighter thiiit
Ni lli Dutch Ktiindnrd tn pay the snmo
lilt v us rellneil sugar Tills prnlslmi
uiiikes nil nf the Unlit brown Miunr
pay us hlKh n Out) us the lined kiik-
urs, nml us it result, prevent thulr lui-
The Big Changes.
"Heuatnr Itrlstow's mneiiiliuilit elim
inates from the law thu Uutcli stand
mil ami the illffi rciittnl, anil reduces
the duty nn sugar testing 75 per cent
pure h the pnl.irlscopo from 95 rents
per hundred pound tn 90 cents per
luinilreil, nml mills 2 1-2 rents per hun
dred fnr each additional degree nf pu
rltj lusteail of 3 1-2 cents per hull
dreil, mm euntaliieil In the present
law. The iiiucndnieut llxes the iiuinI
niiiui diit) nu rellneil aliKiir at $1 12 1-2.
per hundred Sugars hnpnrted fl mil
I'ubii under the Cubun reciprnclty
agreement lire kIm-ii a 20 per cent.
reduction In dill Tills Is letalueil III
Senutor llrlitou's iiiiicndliirnt, uiaKIni;
the dill) on puru iiiKar frimi Cuba
$1 22, nml nil sUKiirs testlui; 9ti do-
Krees liy the pitliirNt-npe, which Is the i
ininUKreliil stHiiiliird hy which siiKiir
from t'ulia Is ptirthased, $1 14 pir him.
drrd. Iiistiud of $134, which Is now
'The fureKiiInK reiluctlnns would he
come llillncdlntel cfTecthe upon tlie
piissiiKe nf the hill The mueudineiit
then provides that 'In three ears from
June 30 nn additional reduitlon shall
ho made hy ilddhiK 2 rents Instead of!
2 1-2 tents for each ileKree of purity!
itliovo 7.1. width reduces the duty nil
lellneil sugar from $l.&2 1-2 to $1(0,'
and three enrs from that dnte iinother I
slinllnr reduitlon Is made, thereby llx
Inn the tiltlniate rate at $12? 1-2. I)n
dliitliiK the 20 per cent Cuban ronees
slnu from this ninkes the tint) nn pine
suRar $1.0 1 ptr hundred
"Will Protect Beets."
'Senator llrlstow ilu lares that theso
ratis will prnpirly protict the beet
siih'.ir Industr), which has ilcwlopcd
so woiuli-rfull)' ilurniK the last llftecn
)cais, will Krtatly reduce the price nf
rellneil sugar to the fnusiiluer, nml
iiNo will kKc the people an opportu
nity tn buy at it reuimimhle pike thn
light brown sugars Ho has given
trry careful tiiishlerallon to tho wholo
suhjett, iil'd Is opposed tn ruillcnl and
extleine reductions In the tariff that
will niaterlatl) Injuie any of tho gnat
.iucrluin luilustrlcs, hut belletes that
Am n icsult uf tho lino liang-tuRcthcr
nplrlt hIiiiwii yesterday hy tho dclo-
riucs who put up mo HtirrniK hkiii ior
Kiiino, a now orgnnizntlon to lit
known an "The Scventy-IIIght Club,
Ih to spring Into existence.
Tho movement Klnried tills morn
ing, when snmo of the delegates Dinted
that they thought tills would ho n
good Idea and Hint It would keep tho
men of the famous "Bevent) -eight"
vote In touch with one another nml
glvo thorn all something to ho proud
Kulilo will of course ho a uiinni
moua president of the club and tho
other ofllccra are to he llxed at an
parly date. Tho fighting nplrlt that
was shown during tho convention yes
terday when porno men, almost In (ho
face of certain punishment In the
shapo of losing their Jobs stood out on
tho floor and voted for the Delegate
will ho kept nlUe In the chili nlul their
names will ho honored and their ex
It Is also felt that the formation ot
tho cltib will make tho members feel
that Kulilo docs not want them only
for their votes hut admires their cour
ageous citizenship as well. The motto
of the club, It is understood, will be
"right and Then Some."
TRY TO COMPROMISE
IS WORD FROM HIL0
Information from lllln thl morning
Is to the effect that an attempt to
compromise the libil suits' brought
iigalnst the Hawaiian Htur h a inuil-
liir of the hoiiiesttadirs whom It Is
alleged to I line libeled In nil editorial
fiiihllslied xunic little time ago, Is be
The suit ngiilust the newspaper was
Hied, but so far no answer has been
put on reiord, although the) hae
twent) ilns In wlikh to do so Tho
Idea, It Is understood. Is to have tho
mailer dropped altogether or lime It
settled out of tourt
$ S i ? j' -s v '5" S J i
the Indefensible eveesslvc duties In the
rayne-Aldrlch tariff law should bere
dliied ut once lie detlares that rad
ical nml swtcplng reduttlous are the
real ilnngtrs tn honest tariff reform,
contending that the reattioii that would
follow such a i nurse would redound
tn the interest uf the ultrn-prolectliin-Ists,
by inahlug the people afraid of
the effett on the business of the mull"
try that cMrcine reductions might
"Tile reiluttlonM prnposed by Ken-
ntnr llrlstow will reduce tl present
re rimes apprnxlinati ly Jf.COO.Oon. pro
ldeil the same grades of sugar should
be imported during the next cnr that
wire Imported during the lust )ear Thu
Kenator declares, hnwexer. that there
will b- uiorev lilgli-gmib- brown sug
ars Imported when the Dutth standard
provision Is removed from tho law, and
these high-grade brown sugars will
pa) u higher duty than the low-guide
brown sugars whhh hate litt-n Import,
cd by tho sugar rellm r so that there
will he. In fuct. not ni gieitt ii reihie
Hon as the estimated $.n00.000"
.t the same time Senator Curtis,
also of Knnsns. but ii regular Itepub-
llenn. offered u solution of the proh-
Inn b) Introduiing an iimeuilmeiit
width he will offer to the free sugar
bill. It Is alined thlelly at negotiations
now progressing at Ottawii to glvo
Cuiiniln preference over the fulled
States In trade with the llrltlsh West
Indies Mr Curtis proposes to., fur-il-.li
a method of retaliation In case
there Is discrimination
The Curtis amendment Is designed
prluwrllt to protect the American Hour
tiude Willi the llrltlsh West Indies,
fur. In the reelprot It)' cnnfereine now
on nt lltlHHa. Canada Is tr) lug to get
preferential treatment for Hour and
wheat, along with ntiier articles, In the
loliiiilei of (Ireat Hrltntn
Whcneer the President betonics
satisfied that In Hiiy foreign lountry
or cnlnny whkli pioduies nv artlile
of linpiirtatloii'lntn tlie United Stalls
uny tarirf rates or other trndo regida
tlnns nre Imposed so n tn dlscrlmlimti.
dlrtttlv or Indirectly against the prml
ncts of the soil or of the fuitory of the
United States In faor of like prod
ucts from iinother country or lohinyi
the amendment proposes he miiv Issue
n prncl.iinatloli Inereiislng tho rales of
duties on iirtli-lex from the dlsi-rlml
lulling lountry or colony from ." to
2S per cent ad wllorcin, or transferrlUB
from the free list lo the dutiable list
articles from the discriminating coun
try or tohmy
Every Dose of Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills Makes New Blood
and Means Renewed
Health' and Strength
I'eoplo who nro pnle, languid, with
slight palpitation nf the lienrt, some
dllliculty In breathing and a tendency
to fatigue arc suffering from thin
blood. Thov need only tho resolution
to take the right treatment and stick
(o It until cured. Tho remedy that
inn he relied upon In Dr. Williams'
l'lnk Tills for Pale People. With ev
ery doio they mnko new blood and
now blood means health and strength
Tlicy stop further progress of the ills
rase and their success as a blood-
builder can ho plainly seen after a
short trial. The red checks, sjood ap
petite. Increased weight and strength,
cheerful disposition and relief from
tho symptoms, all declare the general
lmproemcnt In health It Is pure
blood now that Is traveling crery
where through the body and tho bene
fit rocs on until health Is restored.
Mr. William A. Newman of Sngra
da. Camden county. Mo., suffered from
thin and disordered blood as n result
of an attack of tho grip. Ho says
"My head ached continually and was
filled with hissing and muring sounds
that wero fearfully aniuijlng. .My
heart fluttered and had regutur run
ning away spells. My stomach was so
sore that I could hardly bear a touch
on that part of my body. 1 had a
great deal or pain In tho region or my
liter and tho doctor said that organ
was enlarged. My head and my bnck
ached dreadfully, but hard as It was
to stand It 1 wouldn't gho up entirely.
I dragged mjself about, kept growing
worse nml finally ran down to almost
nothing. First I tried a doctor, but ho
did me no good. Then 1 took all kinds
of mhcrtlsed preparations but nothing
proted helpful until 1 begun to iiho Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills. As soon ns I
got I hem I knew that I had at Inst hit
upon the right remedy for my taso
Tho tery first box did moro for mo
than nnjthlng else I had cter taken.
I wish I had heard of them long he
foie for they would hao sated mo
inonoy and suffciliig.''
The remedy which gavo Mr. New
man tomploto health can he obtained
nt any drug store or direct from tho
Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Bchenec
tady, N. Y at uO tenia per box; six
boxes for $2.0(1.
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fllnl,tt- tiiulllttlml n ,-lf-lil In t nul I ra I Ir.t,
nf n plerc of foolishness which Is re-1
ported lo hne resulted In the story I
of Znnes alleged dllllcultles liming
been cabled to San Prantlsio and
causing much distress to his family
and friends on the mainland.
One of the worBt features of the
silly fako was the fuct that nn attempt
had been made, lo lav tho responsibil
ity for tho messtigo at tho door of an
cUlccr In tho Wllhclmtna, Had tho
icsponslliillty been so established H
would have meant the Instant dismis
sal of I ho employe.
Ah tho case now stands thero arc
rumors to the effect that Zaun mny
seek recourse to tho law In order to
satisfy his claims for serious damago
sustained to his namo and reputation
It is Inferred thnt the steamship com
pnny Is absohed from any btatnc In
tho premises and. In that etcut, It will
(all to thn lot of the "correspondent"!
ns well as the newspaper to squaro
tho matter In the Satisfaction of Znnr. '
The Wllhelmlnn brought a lively
crowd of passengers 78 In the
cabin and 15 in I he steerage. The ves
sel met with flue weather most of the
wny down from tho Coast. Thero werei
n number of wealthy mainland tour
ists In the party, snmo of whom will
make an extended stay In tho Islands.
Hoveral novel animal uctH for total
plat houses nro hero In tli6 llher One
change In thu steamer staff Is R .1.
I jl '7 ""! i iii& TmJ A
W-W 1 "ill Wm
Is just what
you'll want for
outing. It's a
wear, and es
golf, tennis or
suits come in
WE HAVE YOUR SIZE
Fl Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Morris, who has taken tho posltlnn of
assistant chief engineer.
The Wllhclmtna Is to discharge U,
200 tons freight at Honolulu beforo
procccdliiB to Illlo, where lonii tons
fi eight will be loft. Tho Wllholmlna
Is to sail for Hawaii's metropolis on
Thursday evening, taking a scoru ur
l.'loen now automobiles nrrhed In
Ihe esscl. Ono of tho largest con
nlgutiients of mainland mnll received
here In tnnny inonths nrrled In tlio
Wllholmlna with tho .".lit sucks, which
wero In the postofllco ready for distri
bution before tho steamer hcrtluff
Captain Peter Johnson and Purscf
Drew presided over tho customary1
pleasant series of dinners nhd dances!
given aboard this popular liner,' "J
Norwiilk In Connecticut, dtrlcd ItH
inline from the Indian custom of meas
uring Distance Thi land purchased
from them, on which tho cltj was to
Ktanil, extended from tho sen north";
ward one day's iillc.
Two hundred men were laid on In
the S'aco-Pi tlee machine shops, nml
foundrj lit lllddeford. Me Uiek of or!
dels Is gheii us Ilia reason '
New Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments
New Draperies, Cretonnes,
and Curtain Materials
Many beautiful new deeighs in Drapenei have been added to our large
elock thle week. The new COLONIAL, dIRD OF PARADISE, TAPESTRY
and PEACOCK patterns, Included with lomi of very fine effects in Floral
designs, make an attractive and complete selection,
40-Inch Curtain Swiss
We have Imported some very choice patterns in the better grade, They
are now displayed In our show windows and sail at 35c per yard.
Wo ra fchowinfl ovorythino now In draped and trimmed Panama
In all shapes. These are unexcelled for quality and style.
Ladies' Lingerie Dresses
WASHABLE SKIRTS In LINEN, PIQUE, REPP and CORDURoV.
TAILORED and LINGERIE WAI8TS.
ALTERATIONS FREE OF CHARGE.
Tif IN ALL THE LEADING SHADES
Irish Pongee Linen
IN CREAM, NATURAL AND WHITE
A large assortment came to us by express on the Wllholmlna. They are
now on display at our Lace Counter, and represent what is being shown
throughout the country for Spring and Summer Dress Trimmings.
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