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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV II., MONDAY, JULY 2R, 1910.
Attractive Display of
' SWI86 AND 0AMBRI0 EMBROIDERIES AND INSER
TIONS A choice lot in new and pretty patterns.
LADIES' BATHING SUITS lit cBlack and Navy Alpaca,
with white trimmings: Also, a,few with Scotch Plaid pip
tag' on thd blouse ; very stylish cut.
NEW CURTAIN' SCRIM In artistio stenciled designs,
at 25c per yard,
FINE FIGURED BATISTE 30 inches wide, and all
new patterns; 0 yards for $1.
, INFANTS' CASHMERE SACQUES Embroidered in
Pink, Blue and White; from $2.75 to $3.50.
NEW SHIPMENT OF R. & 0. CORSETS has just been
unpacked. Wc carf now fill orders in all sizes and styles
in this popnlar corset. '
ONYX HOSIERY Wc have a full stock of these well
known goods, in Cotton, lisle and Silk. We recommend
our Plain Black Cotton Qauze, 3 pair for $1, as the best
value offered at this price; correct weight and texture.
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES In the latest ovenkirt
and short-sleeve effects. $14 to $20.
RUBBERIZED SILK RAIN COATS In plain colors and
stripes, from $14.50 up.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort'and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
COST TOO MUCH
TO THROW AWAY
, BUY A ".KING OF ALL" OR A "RESH" STROP AND
KEEP A KEEN EDGE ON THE OLD BLADES.
Benson, Smith fe Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
For Four Weeks on
''"'Complete Hat Stock
1028 Nuuann St.
MEN'S LAUNDRY WORK
J. ABADIE, Prop. TELEPHONE 1491
JAPAN DOES "
! NOT LIKE TREATY
Ambassador Ihbiiyc Here
' On. Way To .
. i Argentine
I" "'Tlic present treaty between tho
Japanese and United States govern-
IllClllff is miu-eiueu. V, LIIU Jill'llli-
esc, do not get ns mncli privileges as
the United Strifes -fltlzelis. We
would lllto to have the new treaty
(rained In such a way ns to give
tis equal rlfthts mid privileges."
Ills Imperial Japaneso Majesty's
Special Ambassador It. lnouyc, who
arrived In the, Hongkong Maru this
mornliig, mado the nliove stutcraciit
when Interviewed on board the liner
by n I) u 1 1 c t i n representative.
Mo wag willing to answer nil the
questions propounded at him.
The ambarsador, In tho courve of
his Interview, stated that tho lmpo.
rliil Japaneso Government was pro
paring. ,u now treaty, which, If
agreeable to tho United States Gov
ensmcht, would be most acceptable
to tho Jnp:jnesc,HubJect8.
"Tho iirfteitt? treaty,, which,. .nc
cording tovmlr, government, will ter
minate next July," said tho nnibas
sa'ddr, "Is not quite fnir. It Is moro
to the Interest ji of tho Americans
When asked to explain, ho said;
"I mean by It that the Japanese
shipping intcrests'afe riot'treateiTas
fairly as' those of the American
ships. Tho American ships rail do
business1, such as carrying passengers
and freight between two Japanese
ports, Willie the Japanese liners are
prevented from enjoying tho Bamo
"This Is not fair, and It is detri
mental to our shipping Interests.
When the prorent treaty expires next
July, we shall ondcavor to havo the
United States Government recognize
our commercial nnd shipping Inter
ests, that tho two governments
would bo mutually bcneilted by It.
"Tho tariff Interests nro other
matters which are vitally important.
Thoy ehoilld be adjusted In such a
way as to be commercially beneficial
to both countries. The United States
Government claims that tho present
treaty will oxplre in two years from
July next, while tho Japaneso Gov
ernment thinks It will terminate and
explro next July. -Tills is qutto a
difference nnd It is being interpreted
diplomatically now by tho represen
tatives of tho two governments of
the United States and Japan.
"In settling this Important ques
tion, our diplomats are considering
tho matter carefully nnd amicably.'
it Is our deslro to (cttlo tho differ
ences us quietly and ngrccablo as
possible We realize that tho Unit
ed States Government lias dono much
towards our commercial progress."
"How nbout tho further lmmlgru
Commissioner Moir Would
Inaugurate J New
(Special Correspondence i
1III.O, July 22. School Comnils
sloncr John T. Moir Is of the opinion
that while tho new system of school
supervision Inaugurated at the recent
meeting of the Hoard of Commission
ers, will result In tho advancement
of tho public schools In the Islands,
that It should bo carried still further
nnd bo supplemented with n system
uf examinations, one tho. results of
which tho pay of tho principals of
tho various schools might be based.
Tho principal of a school making n
good showing would thus be paid
moro than tho head of a school whero
tho scholars showed up lioorly. and
In this manner tho pedagogues would
have every incentive to do their very
best, while the scholars would reap
"I think that tho system of super
vising principals which (.' started U
a step in tho right direction," sal)
Mr. Moir Inst week. "However. I
think that wo might go still further
by menus of n system of examina
tions. Where I 'wns brought up the
school inspector came around once
or, twice a year, nnd he gnvo ,each
pupil a set of questions to answer.
These cards ho took with him, and
wh'cn they had been corrected and
the percentages had ueen.worked .out.
mo cams gave a pretty goon snowing
in black and white of the standing
of the school, and while Iho assist
ant teachers wore paid llxcd salaries,
tho salaries of tho principals were
based on the showing mado at these
"At tho meeting' of tho commission
ers I spoke In favor of this plan, and
I hope that some day some such me
thod may bo adopted here. Hereto
fore tho system of reports on tho
schools linn becrj a rathcr"haphnzard
one, and one really did not know
much more after getting tho report
on a school than ono did before see
mX: Mazda I
IIHrfSE Lamps 1
! I )EMit!v'-v' Save 2r5 I-
If you are doubtful about, where
you vote on Tuesday, look It up to
day. Vote,. on Tuesday.
n it b a it n a xt a tt t: : :t n n
Hon of Japanese fiijo) thos Islands?"
he was asked.
"Well," said the ambassador, "tho
Japanese Government ls.m?rohr
cllned to send her subjects to Man
churia than to uny other country.
"Thero are more lands to bo de
veloped thero and In all tho sur
rounding regions which will bo of
more Interest to Japan than In tho
United States or any other lands. Tho
Immigrants wilt be sent there more
abundantly tlufn to any other part
of the world. There is plenty to
do there that will keep tho Jnpnucso
busy for some, time to come."
Ambassador Inouyo Is ono nf tho
shrewdest diplomats In the Imperial
diplomatic service. He served Ills
govornmeut ably as ambassador In
Ilerlln, Germany, and other coun.
tries. He was educated In tho Ion
don University about thirty years
ago, attending for aboiit ten years.
Having special confidence In him.
the Kmperor of Japan commissioned
It t in a special ambassador to be pres
ent at the celebration of the Inde
pendence of tho Argentina Republic,
which takes plnco September JC.
Tho ambassador ts iicompaiiiud y
Captain K. Murlyama and Colonel 1.
Watanabe, respectively navy and
army attaches. Included in his party,
aside from tho attaches, are Huron
S, Ozskl, Secretary K. Tanabe, T.
Aokl, T. Soeda and K. Sasaki,
Inouyo said that tho Japaneso
training squadron will probnhly ar
rive In December, bearing the naval
cadets who graduated from tho naval
college Tho ships will be It: com
mand of Admlrul Ynshlro, who was
naval attache under him while he
.1hojij'-)-- was. Jaianso ttmVassadof
Tho umbassador was met oft port
by ConsuNGenerul Uyono and Secre
taries Sulglmoto and Ho of tho con
sulate. Mr. Aknl, tuunagen of tho
local branch of Dim Yokohama Specie
Hank, also went out In tho launch,
Secretary Sulglmoto of the consulate
served under .Ambassador Inouyo In
tho Foreign Ofllce.
When the nmbnssoilarlal party
came ashore they worn Immediately
convoyed around town to see points
of Interest. Thoy will leave this
Pure Spun Silk Shirts
A MOST unusual trade condition enabled us to
secure about thirty dozen pure spun silk shirts
at such a low price that we are able to offer them to
you at about half the regular price.
They are made of the finest soft spun silk, and as
to the workmanship and character of the, shirts they
need but to be seen to be admired. All sizes are re
presented in the lot, and although the quantity may
seem large, the.price is so extraordinarily low that. it
behooves you to take advantage of it without delay' "'
The price is
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THE PIONEER PLUMBER SUMMER DAYS AND
JOHN NOTT "
;82 MERCHANT STREET
Pau Ka Hana
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nnuanu Streets
$2.50 SHOE SALE
i $3. SO i
i B.OO (
f o.oo )
LOT NO. 1 -
85 Pairs Fiinips
Made of Patent Colt; others
of Brown Suede. Licht .turn
or extension soles; ribbon tic
and buckle eficcts; plain dress
toes; French or Cuban heels.
LAIRD SCH0BER COMPANY
and E. P. REED & CO. make.
$4 TO $5.50 VALUES
LOT NO. 2
120 Pairs "" ,
Some of Patent Kid; others
of fine Vki Kid. Hand turn
or welted extension soles;
French and leather heelsv A
variety of toe shapes to choose
Arom. Mostly LAIRD SCHO
BER & CO, make.
REGULAR $5 TO ?G VALUES
Wc will have on sale
700 pairs of short lines
of fine shoes at extraor
dinary reductions, in.
eluding LAIRD SCHO
BER & CO.. WICHERT
& GARDNER, E. P.
REED & CO. and other
high-grade makes. The
styles are correct in
every respect. Ribbon
Tics, Ankle Straps; one
nnd two eyelet Ties
nnd Pump effects.
We have nil sizes
and widths in the en.
tire lot, but not al
ways of-each individual
style. However, there
is an endless variety of
toe shapes and styles
to choose from. It will
pay you to attend this
sale and secure two or
more pairs at this price
b:fore the sisei be
come moro broken.
A saving cf $1 to
$3.50 per pair.
Sale will Continuz
All 'Next Week
LOT NO. 3
Women's Dresp ,
Choice of Patent Colt or
fine Vici Kid; others of Gun
Metal. Bluchcr, Ribbon Ties
and One and Two-eyelet ef ..
fects. French, Cuban arid
Military heels. A variety of
toe shapes to choose from, '
Suitable for dress or street
' Iwear. LAIRD SCHOBER and!
E. P. REED & CO. make.
$3.50, $4 AND $5 VALUES
I0T NO. 4 VLS "
Tan Low Shoos
Oxfords, Sailor Ties, Ankle"
, Straps and.Tump effects, jnada. .
of our Imported Russia leath
rs, Suede and Brown Vici Kid;
some with light turn, others
with welted extension soles.
All new late toe shapes to
choose from. LAIRD SCHO
BER. WICHERT & GARDNER
and E. P. REED & CO. make. .
$4, $4.50. $5 AND $5.50
Sale $2.50 '
evening at A o'clock.
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Limited
1051 Tort Street