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S2000 PRIZE CONTEST.
THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1906.
This vote I good for three week
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Vol. XVIII No 3SU
HONOLULU, TKRIUTORY OF HAWAII. THURSDAY FBBRUAHY 22 1(J((
Pbiob 6 Oeitts
Monster Floral And Pa-u Parade A Triumph
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There has been comparatively little
change, this week In the rclatlvo stand
ing of the candidates for the Hco, But
take note of the otcs that have boen colors, bright with life and variation.
cagtj , hundreds of different Ideas blending
The St. Louis bojs, who havo head- together Into a harmonious whole, and
e-d the list from tho outset, doubled M man,,?cJ that the entire un-
tholr last week's count and the Dla- Mr mass of horses, veh clcs au ps,
mond Heads, still right up with tho . at tho signal formed Itself with-
leaders, almost did the same trick. " con uslon Into a long well ordered
That1 going some, but It must not bo no hlch lla the e)cs good to look
assumed that these aro the only ones "''..; . ... . . .
lo bo considered. Each, contestant " ' not many dies which can pro
has his scheme of how his or her In- " parade combining so many dlf
tercsta can best be aided. There Isn't ercnt Interesting features as this one
ono of the first ten or fifteen candl- bad. Tho old and the new. the modern
datee whose friends lack a plan of and the strange were shown In con
imu thov uin cicntiinllv hi.a.1 iho list, trnst which must hae a great charm
from all Indications thero will be lat
er entries who will mako things In
teresting Vctes from tho other Islands nro al
ways slow In coming in but they usual
ly land In bunches. Take Kepolkal.
tils ftlends havo hardly begun to 1ml
lot. Hut they hae a lot of votcn.
Then tlieie Is the Admiral. Ho novcr
starts a campaign wlthojt ho hag a
won de) eloped plan. Watson of Wala
nae doesn't make much nolso, but his
friends intend that he shall not bo a
Finally the ladles will figure with
more strength In this contest than
ver before Kauai really Intends that
Miss Sheldon shall not bo forgotten
nnd Mrs. Wright Is reported to hate a
Ulg following. For Honolulu, Mrs.
Dlckerson Is leading at present. Sho
Is not to be, put down as an "also ran"
by any means. Ballots in the bands
nf women have alwas brought results.
The count this week had no special
Murprlses but a quantity of votes wero
cast, as shown by tho following rec
St. Louis College Alumni Assn. 24906
Diamond Headth Athletic Club. 20376
Admiral Geo. C. Beckley 10381
D. K. Watson 7194
Mrs. C. L. Dlskerson 6617
Aata Club 6598
l..l A M ty.ll. .1 JKST
Leo Lorrlliard cummins wa
Thos. C. White, Kealakek.ua .. 3500
" Kauai "Cy. . .W.r!!'. . .'.T."' 2843
Tommy Kearns 2178
Miss Hatinah Sheldon, Llhue,
Kalmukl,a Walalae, Palolo lm-
provem'ent Club 1205
Chester Irwin 1205
Mils Lucy Kaukau, Lahalna,,.. 826)
John Raposa, Llhue Store .... 805
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S. K. Kamaloplll 737 procession, became the center of at-
Co. D, N. G. H 668 traction towarJs which almost tho en
Sam Chono 663 tire population of the city, with tho
J, Rodrlgues 215
J. D. Mcvelah 126
Court Camoes, A. O, F 99
August Martin 87
Honolulu Athletic Club 45
Miss May Gonsatvea 13
Chang D. Yen 11
Jerry Burnlngham 10
(Continued on Paoe 4.)
The Kash Company Ltd,
By The Hundred, Floats, Cowboys
From the first flower bedecked pon
derous automobile to the last dlmlnu
tiro straggler of the juvenile riders th
procession with which Honolulu today
celebrated Hi first floral pau parado
was a success. It embodied all tho nec
essary elements which makes the dif
ference between a well .meaning afford
and a fully carried out conception. It
was all there gorgeous with flowers,
tela, draperies and of branches of all
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tomoblles and the old-fashioned pa-u,
tho tough garb of tho cowboy and Iho
latest style In fashionable vehicles
were to be seen sldo by side. It Is
certain that many reams of hotel sta
tlonnry will be sent abroad by visitors
filled with descriptions of Hawaii's
Bplcndld mld-w Inter floral parade, thus
r--a m, p4 to. Ml 4 P Pa to fcl fa'
RODERT W. SHINGLE.
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'"3 h8 d'111' ' th Foral P-u
doing good promotion work and In
surlng an Increased attendance of the
rich novelty seekers from all cornem
lot the globe, when Honolulu, asssured
by tho success of her first oxperlment,
has her next celebration of his kind.
From quite early in the morning
Thomas Square, the rendezvous of the
exceptions of the Asiatics, who for
some reason seemed to take no Interest
in the flair, was attracted, 'mere was
a great preponderance of Hawatlans.
To theso gay and laughter loving peo-
pie tho parade of .lowers was an cs-
pedal attractions and wherever they
look a hand In the matter they did so
with success, being from Hmo lm-
memorial past masters hi making flow-
are tailored from the choicest fabrics
of foreign and domestic looms. Only
cloths are used which will give perfect
wear and possess superior finish.
Never before have we been able to
show such a diversity of patterns, all
In harmony with good taste, for tho
cxtremest dresser and the conserva
Alfred Benjamin '& Co,,
ers a prominent component of the beau-
llful things of life.
The arrangements had been planned;
with much fnrpnlrtit nn.i thnrMiv run.
sldcrable confusion was avoided. Vic-1
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spaces for tho autos, after tho manner
of a tennis court, and tho machines
vuiujr tuunu ineir piacca,
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On the upper part of Victoria street.
hn. n..ni. ..... i. i... i. .i '
other than those In pa-u. assembled In
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Splendid Auto Show.
It would be almost impossible to
out-do tho tasteful effects In the dec
oiations of the automobiles, which
passed before tho eyes of the throngs
of Interested people todny. Tho auto-'
mobiles led tho parado nnd all along
the line, as ono elegant car after an
other passed, the crowd seemed to
think each was tho most beautiful, and
greeted it with cheers. Tho decora
tionu of the automobiles, mndo evident
tho Interest that lending people had
tnken In trying to make the parade tho
grandest thing of Its kind that was
ever seen in Honolulu, or, for that
.matter anywhere else.
'Gathering of Machines.
I At on early hour tho automobiles
began to gather on Victoria Btrcet
Whlto lines had been drawn on tho
ground, to deslgnato tho placo whero
each machine should stand, facing tho
street but being backed up against
the curbing. As each machino came
it took its proper place, and a tag was
nanded tho driver to1 designate tho re-
specto number of his vehicle.
Crowds of admiring people thronged
ench eldo of the street, and passing
from ono machino to anqther tbey
tried to'dctormlno which was the most
attractlvo. A few machlncn were lato
In ffltflne In Una nnrl ll.la rnitapil n
jillght delay In tho departure of tho
Instructions wero gn en the autnmo-siormen
bllo drivers to be ready to start noon
after Kie flrxt 1""8I4' hiav,: Wbcn
ovcrythlng was In readiness tho
nal wbb given, nud tho first machine,
tho ono ociuplcd by the Promotion
Committee, moved Into tho center of
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DELEGATES WORKING TOGETHER AND
Tho following letter has been re-
eclvtd by the Merchants' Association:
Washington. D. C, Feb. 8th, 1906. I
Mr. M. H. Paris.
Secretary Merchants' Association,
nmr Sir: The Washington Delego-
tton left San Francisco on Monday, the
29th ult. for this city. It was first in-
tended to leave on Sunday, the 28lh
of January, but some of the members
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luit mm liio uciur vi uuuiuvr uojr
would enable us to secure further sup-
port in San Francisco, the change was
not made, however, without consulta-
tton, by wire, with Washington.
uy postponing departure until aion-
day night, the members of the party
wero enabled to secure letters to mem-
bers ot tho Congress, and tho assur-
ance. from Mr. P. J. Symmcs, ot tho
The next consignment of the Trople
rrult Co.'s selected pineapples will go
forward to the Coast per 8. 8. Ala
meda Feb. 14. Leave orders at Wells
Fargo office, King 8t.
Is assured when valuables are deposit
ed In a box In our safe deposit vault
The cost Is only
S5 PER YEAR
and upwards and this nominal outlay
may be the cause of saving you hun
dreds of dollars and the loss of valu
able documents, which when onco de
stroyed cannot be replaced,
Trust Co., Ltd
Fort Street, Uonnlnla
Style Hawaiian Horsewomen, Rigs'
street was followed by the other
Promoters In Lead.
A. A. Young had chargo of the first
automobile, which was occupied by
nntv n nnrtlnn nf thn Prnmntlnn Pnm.
mitten. Over It was built a bower of
nougainviiioa nowcrs, wnicn aimosi
.tilrl IhAan ufllhln Urt Tiltrk tvat IIia1
" uoy ""' "fti "
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In which It was decorated that tho
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JOHN A. McCANDLESS.
Chairman of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, under whose auspices
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lie uaiaui n iieiui
ra wuucia, buu uiciiuieu uy pcuniu
taslcfully dressed in white, and you
Will have SOtllO Idea of the motor COT
belonging to C. W. Chapln, nnd oper -
intca by w. E. Ward. Tho car Is
mo moior uoai.- nnu oi-
though it Is plainly a boat In appear-
iaaaary f-1 4 .ZKKuiHr
once. It also reminds ono of a hugoiroa Bnd white stripes woro along tho
slg-'llPPCr. Below the bed of roses was Eidei of tho machine, while tho stnrs
a mass of green pepper leaves. On ttnd thu bluo wero behind. Tho red
tho bow of the boat was fllng a small stripes wero composed of red leaves
Hawaiian flag. 'entwined Into solid masses Tho white
a r ! i-.i . .. it..i ...... .... .l..n .. rtc. tnatnnna r9 i in not TMirt
V, mUI!K IIUU U CUT UIUI WUH UIIU
hearty support of the Merchants' Asso-
elation of 8an Francisco. The dclega-
Hon arrived In Washington on Sunday
morninc Iho 4th Inst nnd were met bv
Kuhlo, Messrs. Hatch, W. O. Smith and
Two hearings have been held with
the House Committee on Territories.
a third. will be held tomorrow, the 9th
nnd on Tuesday, tho 13th, the delega -
Hon will be heard by the Senate Com-
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iniiiee oa rono lucu aim inaumr uua
sessions. Today, tho 8th, the delega.
Hon were presented to the Tresldent
by Mr. Kalanlanaole. The reception
I as a very cordial one and the Preal-
dent gave assurances of hearty sup-
port. So far the outlook Is very good
and representatives of both parties
have promised their support to tho
amended bill as Introduced by tho Dele-
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MANAGERS, TERR. OF HAWAII
And The Public In Line
of the most attractive In tho entire
parade. It was entirely covered with
-UlO)al Illma flowers, strung Into
wreaths, or more nronerly. lcls. As
the big machine, with Its yellow dec-
nmllnH. mn.n.t ilnwn Ihn itM.t ll rn.
eclved Its full share of applause.
w..hlnn.. ,. . Mo,OP.
ho ma Th dVlf ,h? c r
" Jfom the Ht. Louis college, while
ihcslx little slrU. all dressed In white.,
are irom tne mgii acnooi. Tno Mine
people silting In a cluster of floral
nnd green decorations, presented a
plcturo of more than ordinary atlrac
Oerrlt Wilder had his car decorated .
to represent an American Beauty rose.
a laige sample of which was fixed In
front of tho canopy of green, making,'
Mm pntlrn mflrlilnn innlf 1 Mil. it hnri PH.'.
raped from a flower garden
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Butterfly In Parade.
Willi a giant butterfly In the front
of his mo'or car, which was bedecked
In giant alnmander flowers, W. II
Balrd drew much attention as ho
nassid down tho line with his car. if
It had not been for Its great size, the
butterfly might hno been taken for
th real thing, as It reposed In Ita bed
of yellow flowers.
Louis Mnrka conceived the nocl
lflt" nt maKing nis car represent ino
historic lowuoat mo Lieu wio ei-
'c ? S-c"B1"ly. "" . """ , ,1k
desired. Tho boat was formed with
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green leaves, ana on tno siues oi uio
.nllnt linimo una tho name In a variety
Br rnlnrt'il nowcra,
Thnrti wna n nttmhfr of tinnrtntnrfl
'whi believed that It. A. Dexter had
deccratlonH that could not bo sur
nAMcd. Tho color schemo was matlo
t0 represent tho national flag. Tho
BlllI'VB HflU IVOtwVMn 4'j.v ..
gato from Hawaii Too much credit
o Henry Lewis, dressed lo rep- "";...?. ."- --- - " i
Ocorgo Washington, attracted D."1 bul,t to represent one
en attention in operating his car.i ;,'"," "r.h ... .. i- . i
he Is so small that It seemed he I Memucra of ho press were In a ma-
cannot bo given to Col. Hepburn forjest of uverjono present from tne
the hearty support be has given this center of tho machino arose a beautl
in il.l. rnnnrrtlon It la but nroDcr
to say that a number of Senators and
Representatives havo spoken, to mem-
hers of tho delegation, of the good
work now being done by Kublo. The Hotel Motors.
" Delegate, Mr. McClellan and Mr. Hatch Tho llo)al Hawaiian hotel came out
are' all working in harmony and en-,with two machines, each nicely dec-
j.....i n hit... th. In.A.n.ta nf'f.rflta.1 n n .1 ronrpafint Inir n motto.
ucutuiiiiK w tui.u.i i. ipu.vaw
Hawaii. You will be advised by cable
of any1, favorable action by tho Housd
Yours very truly.
GEO. W. SMITH.
S, B. Kingsbury has opened law of-
flees in tho Boston building, rooms
200, 201. 202. Telephone Main 192.
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stars were real marguerites, set on a
field of bluo cloth. Tho cttcct was
Under Palm Leaves.
J. 8. Bell had his machino decorat-,
H u.llh nnlm Wvna whlpli v.r. mmln
to form a canopy enclosing the scats, j
it naa aomo rcsemuianco 10 a grass
cnino uresscu in nuiiuuui
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In Nature's Garb.
i: Hnrlquo had bis machine cov
ered with a variety of flow era and
leaves. The plan was tasteful, but
was not according to any special de
Marston Campbell's mnchlne
ono of the more attractlvo In
a(,c Tho gcncrnl color 8cIlcmo
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i:. O Whlto had decorated his auto
mobile almost entirely In green hua
pala The decoration was simple, but
Japs In Armor,
II. Fujikawa went to mucn expense
r7 s p p.a m M Ta Pa l" Ta Pa Pa te
A. M. BROWN.
Marshal of the Floral Pa u Parade.
tA rm r n r m i m f f-a r p-a r
and pains In getting his machine ftl
ted up and tho result drew tho inter-
lul Cherry tree, Willi artlllciai uios
some, in dellcato tints. In the rear
seal sat Japancso girls, whllo In front
wore men dressed In ancient Japan
eso armor, representing knights.
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"Every day Is a May day In Hawaii,"
and "There is color In every tree nnd
shrub In Hawaii," were what tho de
signs were termed.
Several llttlo people dressed to rep
resent various nationalities wero In
ono car. iney uciongcn iu wiu rra
(Contlnuad on Page 4.)
Fine Job Printing at the Bui
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Offices: Cor. Fort and Merchant 8ts.
Telephone Exchange No. 4,
. . It lit I ti irraAn nmra nlttiniia'h It a. a a
cuiurn ivvu, t
ij Discomfort x 0ffi I
av I ! Is undoubtedly considered the greatest annoyance any one can have In e
5S 5 a warm climate. S
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a warm climate.
A pair of our coarse mesh LINEN CANVAS oxford ties assures
you a great deal of comfort. ALL THE TOURI8T8 8AY THAT.
Canvas Shoes throughout the States are quite the fad, but that they
have had to come to Honolulu tio find out the Foot Comfort In them.
Our line Is strictly the most carefully selected' In town and the Prices
make you buy, Get a pair from us and then go sight-seeing.
P R I 7 F
1st Prize, Mrs. E. 8. Holt.
2nd Prize, Miss Walpa.
3rd Prrze, Mrs. Oplo.
4th Prize. Mrs. Mary Ann
Special Prize, Mrs. Stlllman. r
1st Prize, Chris Holt
2nd Prize, Louis Warren.
1st Prize, John Hiram and
2nd Prize, Mr. Lyons and Mrs.
St. C. Sayers.
4- 1st Prize, Master Mopsarratt.
) 2nd Prize, Harvey Holt
1st Prize, Mis Edwards.
1st Prize, Beatrice Campbell. -t
(Continued on Page 5.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 22. Fire
broke out today In the power plant of
the Oas and Electric Company near
the Spreckels Building on Market
street. Before the flames had been
checked, damage to the amount of
$1,000,000 had been done.
The whole business section was cut
off from light, power and telegraph.
All the papers were crippled and edi
tions were late.
BERLIN, Feb. 22 The Reichstag
passed today on first and second read.
(Continued on Page S)
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Largest stock in tne city
from which to make selections.
f "Old Reliable Furniture House." V
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