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nONOLTOU STAB-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1913.
: Beginning Saturday,
f ' April 26
sap A MPF
Two Yeeks Only
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Ia order to make room for new goods that will arrive shortly, we will hold an Immense Clearance Sale for Two Weeks beginning Saturday, April 26, during which
:' .. tim our stock wiU be marked down to ve
DRESS GINGHAM........... ..........10 yds. 70c
FOREST M I LL WHITE COTTON. . . ... . . ... 10 yds. 80c
HEAVY BROWN COTTON (1 yd. wide)... .10 yds. 65c
HEAVY FLAN ELL ETTE .10 yds, S5c
VICTORIA LAWN. ......... .1 ... .....10 yds. 60c
10 YARD LENGTHS
54x90 regular $ .65 . . .
63x90 regular - .80.....
72x90 regular .90.....
81x90 regular 1.00. ... .
....sale price .50
, ... .'sale price .65
. . . .sale price .75
sale price .85
Regular 1.00 .. ..... . . . : tale "pKct JS'
Regular 1.25 .-..sale pries 1.00
Regular 1.50 . . .... . ; . .. . ........ ..... .tale price- " 1.25
Regular 2.50 ....... ....sale price 2.00
Regular 3.00 ..................salt price 2.50
Regular 3.50 sale pries 3.00
Regular 4.50 ..sals price 3.75
Regular $1.25 piece... ..............
sale price -S5
Regular 1.50. piece. ............. sale price
Regular 1.75 piece.. ............. ...... .sale price 1-25
104. sheeting, regular 40c yd. ... .sale 'price .30
Regular 15c, 23c and 25c yd;. sale price 10c yd.
if-." K c
yotrr requirements demand good qual
ify efficiency and economy in first cost
All our material is designed with an
expert knowledge o f exact : serwee con
diHonsi and is produced from the best
materials ad worIiniari$hip obtainable.
Let as-do your worrying
Oar IVofft SpeaAs for Itself
Honolulu. Electric Co.
STA WLET W 3 PER MONTH
For any kind of Gasoline Engine
H. HACKFELD &. COM LTDW
The Better Way to
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LADIES' FANCY AND PLAIN
Regular price 60c a pair...... sale price
KIXG STREET, BETWEEN XtTUAXU AND
Fully forty women and as many
men ardently debated the question
of the women's enfranchisement at
the public meeting ield by the Oahu
delegation of the house In the hall of
representatives last night The great
majority favored equaL suffrage; only
a few, had the temerity to' openly p-
pose It and it seemed the consensus
of opinion that the least the legisla
ture can do is to adopt the concur
rent resolution .introduced by Speaker
Holstein the pther daj.- , . .
; vThis measure calls on congress to
grant & plebiscite, also a- $15,000 ap
propriation; to pay the expenses of
the. special election, that the voters
of the territory may say whether they
really want the. women, to have the
'privilege of the ballot
ast night's was a; notable t gather
ing of beauty and chivalry. intelli
gence and sincerity, full of interest,
with a number of surprises and really
worthy of a much larger attendance
than that accorded, r.
Mrs. Frear, wife of the governor,
led the feminine cohorts, , speaking
ably and convincingly. Mrs." J. M
"Dowsett. fired by opposltfondellvered
a hitter arraignment of man" in " the
abstract.1 She declared woman is far
superior to man every . time.
Judge A. S. Humphreys astonished
some, of his friends by confessing a
lifelong affection, for the cause. Also,
for the first time'1 In public, history,'
' he appeared at times to be at a loss
for words to adequately express his
feelings. At one point he brought out
this strong argument: - i;
"The fellow who blacks the gov
ernor's shoes : and doesn't : know
enough to make his mark, can - vote,
but the governor's wife, who is as
much a man a3 her . husband, cannot
vote." He added, on second thought:
D0n t misconstrue me. If the gov
ernor were to hear that remark, that
his wife is just 'as. much a man ,a&
he is, he would regard it as 'a very
high compliment, which it is."
; Speaker Holstein, though not known
to be a Scotchman, nevertheless dis-
1 layed the racial -canniness, remark-.
Ing that-"I hae me doots." He fraak-
. ly confessed he. didn't know whether
the women of the Hawaiian race were
ready for .the ballot. He thought '.It
would be well to pass his resolution
anyhow, and by the time congress
ordered the blebiscite the voters, of
Hawaii would be ready to say what
they thought about' it ,
Mrs. 1. M. Rhodes, of Seatt4e, toTd
how, the women of that city, ' enfran
chised, on their first election helped
the honest citizens to recall a notori
ous mayor and send a crooked chief of
jKjljce to tne federal penitentiary, and
how, in other ways they had helped
materially-: in cleaning up the city
and. the state of Washington.
Representative Norman K. Lyman,
'of HUo, struck fire when he arose and
announced that he was "still 6n the
I fence. ; He wanted, to ask a qucs-
.tion, : yy -,,y-yy
"Have the women thought ." ahout
what they will do he'n they get the
j right to vote?" he queried! "Do they
itealize. they wiil be subject to the
mandate of the courts, the same a3
Priiii iiin a
3 pairs for $1.00
; I5ETIIEL StREET.
the man ? That they may be called upon'
to serve as jurors, sitting maybe for
days at a time? ' The men must, work,
and if the father is busy, earning the
living and the, mother is doing Jury
duty, what is to be done with the,
home, and ? the ihildren? , Have the
women thought about being forced to
leave their babies in the care of hired
nurses, or with the neighbors, for
days, at a time?? . . . .
Mrs'. Dowsett arose with an Indig
nant albeit a dignified rebuke. "I
can speak for my Hawaiian sisters,
and I can say that in every way the
woman is man's superior. She will
not only cast her vote fully as intelli-gently-r-she
will vote, honestly. There
isn't enough money . in the world to
buy her vote.. And on the jury shff
will decide as . intelligently, while
there will be no question ; as to her
verdict" Although urgently invited,
Representative Lyman declined to ask
Representative Kawewebi, the only
Home Ruler In the house; when called
upon openly announced his opposition
to suffrage.. He said he exercised his
prerogative as a Home Ruler. .
Then arose for a brief-space the
question as to, the mysterious politi
cal affiliations of Senator Makekau,
of Hamakua. Makekau had intro
duced one of the' earlier - suffrage
resolutions" in . the upper . house.
Chairman Paxsoni asked Kawewehi If
it were not true i that Makekau is. a
Home Ruler. Kawewehi denied it
Paxson said he.kad- been- told by Ma-
kpka.li that such ;was the case. Kawe-
rwehl again denied It,; declaring Make
kau was the Republican, nominee. But
the point was; permitted to escape,
as beside the question. As a. matter
of fact , it- seems doubtful whether
Senator Makekau himself really
knows to which' party.' . he belongs,
though some said last, nght he was
endorsed by both,, prior to the last
election., v.- - ' "
Dr. Irwin intimated there was a
degree of insincerity in Speaker Hol
steln's resolution. He said the friends
of the house member knew congress
would not appropriate the 415,000
asked for, and that therefore tfcd reso
lution would receive no attention at
Washington.. By bringing up this
point Dr . Irwin cleverly diverted at
tention from himself, not announcing;
how he actually standa on woman's
enfranchisement It s'eems that the
Republican territorial platform, and
the Democratic - county, - platform
p!edgl to . support women suffrage,
but the Democratic, territorial plat
form was built without the plank, not,
I)r , .Irwin confessed, without . some
carcfut scheming and Hard work at
the convention. Being the only Demo- j -
crat in the house outside Oahu.JrwihJ
therefore regards himself In a class
a? he pleases on the subject.
Mrs. John Wilson. ex-Senator Dow
sett and several others, both men
and, women addressed the meeting elo
quently and with convincing force.
Toward the close, someone suggested
that a rising vote be taken to show
the preponderance of sentiment but
tnis was opposed as reaching no
MA'UWAI In this Ccity,. April 24, In-
fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Apakil
Manuwai. aged 10 months.
Funeral this afternoon at 4 p. m
from Ilaniwai street. Kewalo! In
terment at Kawaiahao cemetery.
the Best Lubricant
. MEN'S AND LADIES': SHOES
Regular $2.00, $150. $3.00, $3.50 a' pair ...J ....
.... . . ..closing out $1.00 pair
In its issue of April 10, Willett &.
Gray's Sugar Trade Journal has the
following: v .... y,
"Special teiegjani from Washing
ton, D. C, April 10, 1913 While yes
terday's conference between the presi
dent and the Democratic members of
the finance- committee was pleasant in
Us personal aspects, it served to em
phasize , the fact that there still are
many rough places In the house tariff
bill which must be smoothed over be
fore it will be ' entirely acceptable to
all Democratic senators. . So far as
i learned, none of the members of the
committee went so far as td threaten
personal revolt? ' But some ot them
pointed out the probability of defeat
with the present radical provisions oh
sugar, wool, agricultural products and
metals. There was especial, discus
sion of the diffic.ultie8 In. the., way of
getting through any measure squinting
at free sugar, but it Is understood that
the president made no specific prom
ises at modification.' Tne senators are
making an especial effort to have su
gar treated In a separate) schedule, but
the president shows an inclination to
follow the house, which In caucus last
night took a ' decided position against
such segregation." -.. 's'
The self-made man never falls to
worship his creator.
v Musical instruments come under the
head of pfaythings. - , " ''
:y h,. W At
1 TARIFF BILL
approve by their written1
The opinions of this splendid
ies?rot ianatogen and sucn a. mass ot opinion nas a weignc inac may wcu give con
fidence to everyone who turns to Sanatogen fT hrfr " n, r,,- M -j Jrt '
HELPnot magic,. not makeshift, not stimulant real help to an exhausted
nervous system that is the "setfret" of Sanatogen, that is the basis of the enthusi- .
astic approval of medical men who know that nerves to be helped must be fed.
Nerves nave their own hunger, and their hunger brings the rebellion that dis
turbs the balance of health. Every function of the body feels the depression and
disturbance sleep, digestion, mental efficiency, all are affected, and reaction aggra
vates the trouble. The one practical answer to this nerve hunger is food, a specific
food that will give to the nerves the nourishment they have failed to gather from the
daily foodof the body. iiLa
Sanatogens scientifically combined elements of nerve strength, purest albumen .
and glycero-phpsphate of sodium, go straight tothe points of weakness. -They restore
the losses and in that way rebuild and revitalize the system. They cheer and invig-
j, orate by the logical natural means of
you will find that this multitude of physicians, and the wide groups ot famous men .
and women who have written of it so enthusiastically, have but spoken for a universal
need of the human system. : ;;:';:: y- -y ,y:"'l y '. 'y
Vaaakyaii aarmaatlrta rHwqaaiatW vttkSaaatofaa. IaTttJU ar clataa f rat U r lfta.
u4anlrt)cli4teUTTMlM. AikTMraxtartantit, u4lturcuvnii '
aaea far nr aok.'Ow Harraa af ZoaMrrov," vrittaa il aa abavrblaIr laaaraatiBr atria.
feaasUfall Ulaatrmta4 aad jootaimtajf facta aaa iafaraiatkm af rltai tataraat to ye. Taia kaac
alaa aantttn arMaaaa ai Ua raiaa af gaataam vaiak to aa raBarkakta aa It la aaaeiaalva.
Sanatogen is sold in three sizes, SI. 00, $1.90, $3. 60
Gel Sanatogen from your druggist it not ob
tainable from him, sent upon receipt of price.
THE BAUER CHEMICALXO.
We desire to call your special attention to our remnant
counter which contains many selections ranging from
yds. to 10 yds. This lot has been marked down consid
. erabiy. . '-y - .-:'.;-V'-'.c:-- ;
COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE
; BIG BAIL MONEY
Nineteen1 Japanese caught gambling
in a tenement on Idwer Hotel street
lasf night failed to put in an appear
ance when their cases were called al
district court this morning. District
Magistrate Monsarrat declaredr bail to
the amount of $310 forfeited. r
Chief McDuffie and a squad of plain
clothes men descended upon the lair
of the Japanese at a laft hour, : and
after much 'difficulty succeeded in
gaining an entrance to the room where
the Japanese were engaged in wooing
fickle fortune by means ofa brisk 7-come-11
game, .'.'-....".' .'.'
The police officers secured much
evidence in the shape "of dice, money
and other articles. . , '
It is alleged ' that several offenders
caught in this raid were old-timers. In
some instances they were asked to put
up bail to the amount of $20.'
; Friday, April 25.
Temperature 6 a. m., 71; 8 a. nr., 73;
10 a. m.; 71; 12 noon, 77. , Minimum
last night, 70, .. " ' -' ' ' ' ; '
Wind 6 a. m.; velocity 12, EL; 8 al
velocity 16, N. E.; 10 a. m., veloc
ity 14, N. E;; 12 noon, velocity 17. N.
E. Movement past 24 hours, 251 miles.
Barometer at 8 a. m., 30.07. Rela
tive humidity, 8 a. m., 70. ; Dew-point
at 8 a. m., 63. Absolute humidity, 8 a:
m., 6.147. ' Rainfall, .06. .
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Matches Imported from Sweden '.in
the first six months of 1312 weighed
endorsement of this remarkably
body of practising physicianf have followed
meeting ' the demand.' If jrawill try Sanatogen
25 -F Irvins Place
V NewYorlc . ,
Standing, as he feared, in the sha
dow of the gallows, Gilchiro Kawa
kaml, a Japanese on trial in the cir
cuit court for the alleged ravishment
of little Pearl McGrew, changed hl3
plea when court opened this morn
ing and pleaded guilty to the chars?.
Judge Robinson at once dismissed the
jury and sentenced the fiend to
prisonment for life. .
The case," according to evidence in
troduced : yesterday, was pne of th a
most horrible ever tried In the local
courts. KawakamL: it . waa allege !,
had violated the little girl not cr.3
but : many, times during a period ex
tending over, half a -year. Yesterday
the little girl, her mother, her step
father, and Dr. A. N. Sinclair all tes
tified as to the guilt of the accuse 1.
Last night it was rumored, upon c;c 1
authority that City and County At
torney ,J. W., Cathcart would deniar.J
of the jurors the death penalty, ar.i
it is supposedly for this reason that
the accused man agreed to compro
mise upon a me sentence this mcra
ing. , : . .
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People who aire rolling ' in wealth
should be able to find a better. use for
It. . ' y y , -
' Every spinster believes that hla Sa
tanic majesty is a married man.
ol Bntia UafrcnHr, Ietr
koaarl aw Umimwttr at
actual . : "iivm
Manruad. wm la fcl caaUf.
'lornr that E hat aaMf
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mhF a ;
tfaniic orca. aa4 kara atata;
t dtitfagnlahai Mtwli- aad
I am nrt I baa baaa arratfy
beartta4 br f iaani. MTwa
ia kity per caat. bencr Ikua W
waa oaa ynm ga, aad ary aiiad .
ad auaagth ara nut mumtd."
CWImD. SVm , ?
Kaaa Adaiiral. C. S. SaT
"Aiaar thoroagk trUI af Saar
Mocca. I am oa.4atd oc ta
await a a load aad toalc. ha
twsencJal afacia ara tcyoa4
SaaatBra b ta ara aaiad
tma fcjod-tiMilc. awdiay tW
arrara. batm( taa aacrtr.'
ftrmt tma vwx a taa.
rorcd bodr aad aua4."
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af BaSMj, wriaat -
- I aaa Saaatoava avvrjr aaw
-and taca. avVf air aVncaar aaV t
rica. ana u.r1 aanra craatt
rW. TUmm M. Stillaas.
. tba wen-kao rmaiLh ckcav
. iatoi Sanaa' laaMata, troaaat '
7- " Tba eiatmkal aaioa af taa
cnaatttueata ot Sanaiotaa ia a
ru aac feprcsratau ai oVr
ludmt akOl ia taa aonaatUa !
a prodoct CMttiaiaf plMaDa.raa
te taa arcaaie pewaphaia coa.
Mtw aad aa taailaai tat
dl(ataa aad aariatibtiaa of Saa