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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY, APniL 2?, tpQO.
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liw Summer Millinery
OUR IMMENSE STOCK of Untrimmed Straws is now open. Hun
dreds of shapes in white, black, and leading colors are here -nhapes
that arc entirely now, in all the different kinds of
straws.
See for yourself what others pronounce the PRETTIEST HATS IN
TOWN our TRIMMED HATS. A visit to our Millinery Department
will please your eye, cultivate your taste, and add to your knowledge
of the current fashions.
New Neckwear
The very latest up-to-date styles.
IRISH CROCHET BOWS in different1 styles, at 90.
IRISH CROCHET JABOTS, with lace edge, at 75$ and 00.
EMBROIDERED JABOOTS, lace trimmed, embroidered in delicate
colors, at 10.
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCKS, with bow attached, latest style,
10.
NEW EMBROIDERED STOCK COLIARS, new designs, 20 each.
Butterick Patterns
Summer 1909
The new publication issued by the
great Butterick Fashion House now
here.
The price is 25ei including a cer
tificate good for ONE BUTTERICK
PATTERN FREE. .
Our Policy
Our Money-Back policy protects
you. Our motto is "Satisfaction, or
money refunded."
Dressmakers'
Delight
Collar Supporters. Washable, trans-
parent, and retain their shape. 5 a
card. 'and eagles.
SACHS'
Corner Fort and Beretania
FILLING IN
Phone 890 P.
Call and Sea the. New SO-H.P.
Chalmers-Detroit
Roadster
THE 7-PAS8ENQER, 40-H.P.
Kissel Car
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
at the
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Merchant St. Phone 388.
Autos
PAINTED, UPHOLSTERED, ETO.
SEATS AND SPRINGS
REPAIRED
Low Prices Good Work
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
Poultry
For Sale
IMPORTED and ISLAND
CLUB STABLES
Fort St.
JBaa- BULLETIN ADS PAY -awav
Irish Pongee
A new dress material, all pure lin
en, in light blue, pink, cadet. Nile
green, and champagne, C5p and
40 yd."
New
Silk Waist Patterns
latest styles and patterns, only
one of a kind, in Waist Lengths.
New Ruchings
New Neck Ruchings in white, pink,
light blue, black, and white with
black, wash net ruchings.
Embroidered
Emblems
Embroidered in silk, in red. white.
'and Navv blue, in stars, anchors, bars.
-j -i. inspvrai
DIRT, ORDINARY BOIL, or FINE
LOAM FOR GARDEN PIOTS. Phone
me for estimate.
M. Pond, Contractor
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
DEALERS IN
Bottles
And Buyers Of
Raw Material
415 Queen St
Phone 443.
tSmtt
liMOiviu. TH.
The Victor
CALL AND HEAR IT
BXRGSTROM MUSIO Co., Ltd.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deedt'for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC:
Grant Marriage License; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases,. Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Uourts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PnONE 310.
WahYingChoiigSo.
King Street, Ewa of Fisomarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
SCRIPTI0N.
HAWAHAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilel; Tel. 430.
I mjr-"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
ftiffi&
AJu-' -&rnftlM to
Daguerreotypes
and other old pictures reproduced and enlarged
SENATE
(Continued from Pace I)
posed Insanity Commission should 1o
physicians and surgeons. Ho wnnlcd
llio word "or" substituted for "and,"
insisting thnt "nhvslcal" doctors
bliould bo qualified to sit on such a
commission p.s well as surgeons. In'
fact ho nppcared In tho roll of chanv
plon to tho "physical" doctors, nnd fin
ally secured tho substitution of tho
much-desired ""or."
After a whole lot of wrangling,
which resulted In tho making of it
fow other minor amendments, tho
bill passed second reading without
opposition. . I
As amended, tho bill will not go,
into effect until July 1, tho Idea be-
Ing to givo tho Governor nnipto tlmo
to select the men who ore to sen o
on the Insanity Commission.
Sewer Tax Analn.
Sennto BUI No. Hi' passed third
reading. This bill, which was inad
vertently credited to Scnntor Mc
Carthy in tho Bulletin last night,
was Introduced by Benator Moore to
remedy nn alleged abuse In regard
to connections with tho sewers of
Honolulu.
Tho bill provides Hint all property-
owners, by whose land tho sewers
pass, shall bo assessed a mini sum-
cicnt not only to keep the Bjstcm
running but to lopay tho Territory
for. tho expense Incurred In tho origi
nal Installation thereof.
The idea of tho 3enntor In Intro
ducing tho bill was not only to re
lieve tho outsldo Counties from pay
ing for something from which thoy
enn never dcrlvo any benefit, either
directly or Indirectly, but to nbollsli
tho unpopular "sower rate."
No Exemptions.
Under tho provisions of the bill,
every property-owner will have to
pny his share of tho expense Incurr
ed In laying tho sower which passes
In front of Ills homo. Tho fact that
ho does not innko uso of tho sewer
will not reliovo him from tho pay
ment of tho tax, Then tho authori
ties will be in n position to forc pco
plo to mako connections with tho
sower, and tho cesspool will, It Is
believed, soon bo n thing of tho past
Senator Mooro Is authority for
the statement thnt there nro many
people of means who hnvo mrgo
frontages on streets equipped with
sowers but who, 'as thoy hnvo no
sewer connections, do not pny a cent
toward tho upkeep, though It is
claimed that the presence of nn up-to-dato
sewer Increases tho vnluo ol
tho property In no Binall amount.
Additional Appropriations.
Senatu Bill No. 143, making addition
al appropriations for tho Department
of Public Uinds for tho current bien
nial period, passed third reading. Sen
ators Qulnn, Harvey and Woods raised
their voices on tho sldo of tho oppo
sition when tho votowug taken.
Scnato Dill No. 145, regulating tho
transportation of Icpora, also passed
third reading. This bll 1 ropcals tho
law which makes It unlawful to trans
port lepers to Moloknl on any craft
over a certain tonnage, and allows of
their being taken on any ship of tho
Inter-Island company. It Is claimed
that, as It Is from Honolulu only that
a leper ship runs to Moloknl, many
surfercra havo been subject to great
hardship by being brought down hero
on schooners and such craft from tho
other Islands.
Home Rule Some More,
Tho Judiciary Commlttco reported
favorably on tho homo rule resolution
introduced ycBtorday by Senator Chll
llngworth, but In tho nbsenco of tho
Senator in question, action was de
ferred nntlj n later date.
Houso Dili No, 210, up from tho
Houso, passed first reading.
Routine.
Houso Dill No. 202, providing for tho
disposition of tho special fund on hand
In tho treasury for tho lodomptlnn of
gold nnd oilier cortlflcntos Issued by
tho Republic of Hawaii, passed second
reading.
Houso Dill No. 218, creating a llccnso
tax on wireless telegraph companies
dofng business In tho Territory, jrnssod
second reading without opposition.
Houeo Dill No. 203, ( amending tho
law with regard to staufp duties, also
passed second reading.
Tho following bills vvcro roforred to
committees
Houso Dill No, 187, relating to tormo
or tho Circuit Court, to tho Judiciary
Commlttco; Houso Dill 201, entering
of defaulta In civil cases, to tho Judt
P. E. KStrauch
Fop Sale
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kulcui St. at Eapalama, in rear
of Bt. Elizabeth Homo. Lot flOx
130. House 0 rooms.
xor puriiouian apply ( "--" " '"
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST,lllat manufacturers lieto.
."i y
Gurrev's
clary Committee Houso Hill No. 203,
payment of expenses of district courts,
to tho Judiciary Committee; Houso
Dill No. 21C, public loan, to tho Ways
and Means Committee; House 1)111 No,
217, sinking fund for tho pav incut of
Territorial bonds, to tho Wnys nnd
Means Committee; House 1)111 No. 21S,
to tho Commlttco on Public Health;
House Bill No. 220, powers of circuit
Judges, to the Judiciary Committee.
Governor Signs Dills,
Notice was received to tho effect
that tho Governor had signed tho fol
low Ing bills:
Houso Bill No. 1C7, Act Sfi, untitled
"An Act to Prohibit tho Taking of Klsli
with Nets In tho Waters of tho Bay of
Hllo";
Scnnlo BUI No. C3, Act 8D, entitled
"An Act to Amend Section 14 of tho
Act 119 of tho Session taws of 1H07";
Scnato 1)111 No. Ill, Act UO, entitled
"An Act to I'rovldo for tho I'njmcnl of
Commutation Dnq tho Territory";
Scnato Dill No.' 124, 'Act 91, entitled
"An Act Relating to Accounts of Kx-
ccutnrs nnd Administrators, Adding a
New Section to bo Known as Section
I8S1A to tho Kovlsed Laws";
Sennto 1)111 No. 104, Ac 02, entitled
"An Act to Authorize tho Appropria
tion of Money for the I'urposo of Pay
ing tho Unpaid Claims Against tho
County of Maul, Created by Virtue of
Act 31 of tho, Session Laws of 1903";
Sennto DIll'No. 10C, Act 93, entitled
"An Act to Appropriate Money for tho
I'urpoHo of Paying tho Unpaid Claims
nAagalnst tho County Governments of
Cast nnd West Hawaii Created by Vlr
tuo of Act 31 of tho Session taws of
1903";
Scnato Dill No. 10C, Act 91, entitled
"An Act to Appropriate Money for
tho I'urposo of Paying tho Unpaid
Claims Against tho Territory of Ha
waii for Services nnd Materials Sup
plied During tho Period from tho 4th
to tho 14th Day of January, 1904."
'Continued from Paca li
mau or warehouseman and does not
claim It within six montli3, tho storage
man may sell it to pay charges. The
voto on this bill was 18 to 9.
Houso Dill 221, Douthllt, providing
I thnt Itl trlnlu itltlimtt- Inn' llin mirl
slmll rcn(Ior ltg ,leoliion ,n wrtll)Bl
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Houso Dill 222, IWuthltt, providing
thnt ball deposited In court shall bo ap
plied by tho magistrate or clerk of the
court to tho payment of a flno or costs
when such Is Imposed, nnd the Biirplus,
If any, returned to tho defendaut.
One Bill Killed.
Houso Dill 223, providing for tho ap
pointment of a Hoard of Veterinary ex
aminers, wns tabled, 'for' no expressed
reason.
Rice on the Lid.
Speaker Holstein asked tho Houso to
excuso him from tho chair until Satur
day morning, stating that tho chair
would bu occupied by Vlce-Spoakor
Itlco. Ho said ho exacted to bo ab
sent from tho Housufor tho next thrco
days.
Although he mado no explanation,
tho Houso understood that ho was go
ing homo to Hllo on nccount of tho
scriouH Illness of his son, who la not
oxpected to live.
At 11:20 tho Houso took a recess
until 1:30 so tho members could go
down to tho steamer and ecu tho
Speaker off,
..Plays Indian; is Dead T.lnton. Ind.,
April 7. Whllo plavlng "Wild West"
with flvo companions Clifford Wolford,
IS years old, was shot nnd killed by
I.orcn Hamilton, 18 ycaru' old. Hamil
ton then tried to commit sulcldo, but
wns proventod by tho other boys,
Dowle'a Son Defeated. Muskegon,
Mich., April 7. Completo returns now
nvallnblo show that tho political debut
Monday of A. J, (lladstono Dowlo, son
of John Alexander DowJer tho, oon of
tho "prophet," resulted' In' defeat.
Dowlo wns n rtutdldnto for county
clorjt of Montnguo county on nn Inde
pendent ticket.
Threats Dy Blackmailers. Flint,
Mich., April 7, Anonymous blackmail
ers, who havo written from Dclavnn,
Wis r havo threatened tho lives of the
mother nnd sister of 10-ycnr-old Hnrold
Moon, whoso body was found last Sat
urday In Thread pond, unless L. N.
Moon, tho boy's father, turns ovor
13,000 to them.
Colonists For Pacific Coast. Ogdcn,
Utah, April 7. Pour sections of a Rio
Orando passenger train arrived this
afternoon crowdod with colonists for
California and tho northwest. Two
cars of ono train carried Greeks tick:
eted through to Seattle, who oro tho
vanguard of a smqll.nrmy of Greeks to
dlspjaco Japancso.on thoNorthcrn Pa.
cldc and Great Northern roads,
Hatters Must Be Gentle. Newark.
N, J., April 8. Tho Orange locnl union
of tho United Sntters of North Amer
len nnd n scoro of Individual strtkortt
worn enjoined today fiom using threat
of violence In tho strike ng.ilust tho
Special attention
ROOT OF EVIL IS
FOOD, NOT MONEY
"Hunger Saves You From love nnd
All Other Misfortunes," Says
Frau de Scrval "Hun
ger Artists"
Berlin, March 10. Two women
known hero as "hunger nrllBts' nro en
gaging tho serious attention of tho
Berlin medlcil world.
One Is Trail do Scrvol. a woman of '" '"at stio csn rait tnrco weeks
tlilrty-nvo. tho widow of a CoIokuo.1''"uIi,' "'l.tck has no thcorloi, no
trnilosinnii. Sho has tho hunger crazoil,MlloB"l''1'
In her vclim, for rho Is tho nlucu of tho
famous Dr. Tanner.
It Is not mere starving and ability
to abstain for u long period from fuoj
nnd drink which Is to Interesting to
llcrlln physicians. It Is tho claim
made by thlo woman thnt abstinence,
from food It) tho best preventive of
sickness.
l'rau do Serval (who. In spite of her
1'rcnch name. Is n Herman from tho
Ithlnc) had been plagued for jenrs
with neuralgia nnd hcudaehe, and only
accidentally discovered that fasting
was n euro. Dut tho palnn returned
and sho placed herself ill the hands of
tho lending physicians of tho Clrirlto
Hospital hero. First, sho was Inclosed
In a largo pealed glass caso with n
ventilating npparalus. Now tho ha
been removed from her glass caso and
Is In another caso somowh-it larger,
whoro sho will stay twenty days more
nnd only drink mineral water. Her
pains are all gone.
"l'ood Is tho root of nil ovll," she
declares, "not money. Abstain from
food and on keep )nur body pure.
our heart nlco. Now tnko love. Haul Bulletin Business Office Phone 158.
anyone over teen really happy lovers? Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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Thais tho kind of shoes you can get right here at out store.
The Regal Shoes we sell are exactly the same styles that arc bang
worn in New York, Newport and all the hi fashion centers.
The new
REGAL OXFORDS
"we are showing have all the distinctive smart
ness of expensive custom shoes, and they five
you the same perfect fit, because they're
made in quartcr-slzci.
Examine these Regal Oxfords and
compare them with any other shoes in
town and remember that Kcgal
is standard all over the world.
REGAL SHOE
STORE
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$20.00 GUESS $20.00
The Honolulu Gas Company, Ltd., will hold a Guess
ing Contest, in which the winner will bo awarded a
GARLAND GAS STOVE
VALUED AT TWENTY DOLLARS.
Take a peep in our window in the Alexander Yount;
Building.
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
given to all orders for
Framing
They do not oxlst. W'h) ? They carry
ubnut v. Itli them n secret mlsfurtimo.
Why d-) they full In love? Because
they li.io eMon so much. Htcry med
ical man know that taking of food
eijts us) a conltagratlon Insldo those
who cat. This conflagration attacks a
man's heart and ho falls In love and
Is mihupp). i;.itlng nnd unhapplucss
nio closely interwoven. Ho who docs
not cat remains cold nnd therefore nov
cr loves. Hunger saves )ou from loo
and nil i.ther misfortunes "
Tho other "hunger artist" Is Trail
lclu Mrotek, n )oung nnd ery pretty
girl of twcuty-lhroo years. Sho fasted
twtntytua ilayn two years ago. Her
object In fasting now Is to obtain from
the iihjrlclaus of tho Chnrtto n ccrtlf-
Tho experiments In tho Charlie have
begun to make a profound Impression
on tho medical men concerned, nnd ul
leady uilccs nro licliiB raised In favor
of hunger ruies for certain clasros of
nil mill nnd Internal disorder.
"Dreams," sns n leading medical
expert, "nro tho result of n condition
of tho stomach. Thousands of people
nro plagued wllh Imd dreams, which
exhaust and destroy nerve centre.
Tasting seems n rational euro for such
disorders, and there Is reason to sup
pose, thnt fasting will form In future n
very material pait of tho treatment of
patients by nervo specialist."
Would Dar the Federal Push Vti!i
Ington, April 7. Fr n federal oHlco
holder tn bo a dolosato to nny conven
tion called to nomlnito a. candidate fur
Piccldcnt or other electlvo United
Stales ofllco Is made a misdemeanor
punltdinhlo by flno and Imprisonment,
necordln? to tho terms of n bill recent
ly introduced by Itcprcscntatlvo Well
urdsou of Alabama,
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SENATE STILL IS
KEEPINGS PACE
Many Bills Disposed Of
On Their Final
Readings
SENATE
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B2d Day Afternoon Session
The afternoon session of the Scii
otu wns very short. All loutlno mat
ters were dlaporcd of In flvo minutes.
Tho Senate then icmiIvcI Itcelf Into
Committee or the Whole with Chll
lingwnrth in the Chair.
Clerk Woodwnrd of tho House In
formed the Sennto thnt tho llouto
had roncurrcil in the Senate amend
ments to House Dills SS, 89, 90, 17l,
and 17G.
The nppnlnlmoiil of V. O. Aiken
as Commissioner of lMuuitlon wan
lonllimcil on motion by Kobluson.
Taxation Bill
McCarthy suggested that n board
of appraisers, to bo appointed by tho
Governor, should be constituted to
take the place of tho Hoard of Knunl
Izntlou. The Hoard to consist oC
thrco members.
Pnlrchlld favored tho suggestion
and stated that It was necessary to
have ut least one member of tho
Hoard nn attorney.
"The limit man of tho Tnx Appeal
Hoard should bo tho Circuit Judgo
of that district," said ltoblnson. "I
mako this nincndmpiit liecauno it M
necessary to hnvo n man who known
law nn that Hoard." I'lilrclilld sup
ported Uoblnson's motion.
Smith opposed strongly tho offer?
Ing of many nmendments to tho pres
ent taxation law. He vnld It would
confuse tho whole tnxatlon law If tho
members Kept offering new sugges
tions nnd amendments.
After much discussion the hill fin
ally pitbsed ns originally amended.
Tax Assessor Wilder was present.
Second Reading
sennic mil i, providing lor a
court house In llilo, camo up for sec
ond rending. Drown moved that ac
tion on the bill be indefinitely post
poned on account of lack of funds.
Carried.
Garnishee Law
lloiiku Dill 19.1, relating to gnrnl-
shcclng, which the Judiciary Com-
lultteo had had under consideration,
passed second reading.
Chllllngworth, n member of tho
Judiciary Committee, did not sign tho
cnmmlMce's report. He said tho bill,
if passed, would glvo no chance to
defendants when their salaries wero
withheld by plaintiffs. He said no
other country In the world had such
a law on thalr statutes.
McCarthy said lie was tho father
of tho bill nnd thought It wns a good
one. Coelhn supported tho passngo
of tho bill, saying It would mako
Government officials, who wero ro
cclviug high salaries, pay their Just
debts.
Knlama moved that the bill be re
committed to the Judiciary Commit
tee, bo that tho report of tho minor
ity, slgnrd by Chllllngworth, might
ho submitted. Curried.
House Dill 199, relating to laun
dry nnd d)clng establishments, vvna
tabled.
Shmtly before i o'clock tho Sen
ate adjourned.
POSTCARD NOTES
J. J. Williams has tho negatives ot
Honolulu residences made by Mr. Kb
crls. Duplicates may be had. Order
by Btrcct and number.
Bulletin Businscs Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 185.
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