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KVUNIWU llUM.HriN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIIVUSIIAY, MAllCfl II, 1D07.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Hawaiian Commandcry Reg
ular 5 p. m.
Oceanic First Degree.
All visiting member! of tbt
order nre cordially Invited to it
tend meetings o( local lodges.
rlARMONY LOCQE, No. , I, O. O. F.
Meeti every Monday evening t 7:J0
In I O. O K. Hall. Fort street,
i:. K. IIKNDIIY, Secrotnry.
C. A. SIMPSON'. N. 0.
All visiting brothers tory cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f W.
Meets every Tuesday ecntng nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. cor.
l'ort nnd llerctanla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
A. S. UTHHKIL C. C.
V. WALDHON1, K. n. 8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. tf P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. of I'. Hall, cor. I'ort nnd Horo
tanla, nt 7:30. Members of Mystic
l-odgo No. 2, Win. McKlnley Lodgo
No. S, nnd visiting brothers cordial
R. OOSI.INO. C. C.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K. It. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE 111, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 61G, D. P. O. E.,
will moet In their hall on King near
Fort street every Friday ovonlng.
By order of tho E. It.
HAIUtY H. SIMPSON,
h. e. MunnAY, K.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODQE No, I, K.f P.
Meets every Saturday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cor.
Fort nnd Ilcrctnnla. Visiting broth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
L. H. WOLF, C. 0.
E. A. JACOnSON, K. It S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNES
DAY evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King stre-t
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at
Uao. L. E. TOOMEY, President.
II. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. 0. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited l'i
E. V. TODD. Sarhem.
A. E. MURPHY. C of H
DAMIBN COUNCIL No. 8M, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
, neaday of each month at San Amonio
Hall. Visiting brother cordially In
vited to attend.
F. W. WEED, Prea.
B. V. TODD, Secy.
think the only way to in
crease profits u to increase
gross tales. Some try to do
it by cutting down running
We can show you a store
system that will give you a
greater profit this year on
the same amount of busi
ness as you did last year.
We can show you another
system that will increase
both your gross sales and
percentage of profit. Call
Hawaiian Office Specialty Co.
la not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must have the BEST
and that Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MA8SACHUSETT8.
If you would be fully informed about
these laws, address
Castle Zf Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
King and Bethel Sts.
Like So Much
nre the short ends which you
cut off from pieces of lumber
to secure the right length.
They cost you money, and are
no use to you. This great
waste is prevented if you buy
your lumber at the largest
yard in Honolulu. Here you
can secure the exact dimen
177 S. KINO ST.
Isochromatic and ordinary.
With a complete stock both
of these plates and of our fa
mous Hammer Plates, we are
in a position to satisfy the in
dividual taste of every one of
" Everything Photographic "
Milk That Is Handled
From 5 to 20 Times
Before it reaches you, is subjeot to
many kinds of contamination.
Milk that is sealed in air-tight
cans is secure against germs of bac
teria of anv sort. That'll vuVnr vnn
Our Pacific Coast cows are well-fed
and well-kept and consequently give
rich, pure milk.
We remove two-thirds of the water
by evaporation, sterilize the milk and
cream and immediately seal it in
perm-proof, air-proof and dirt-proof
tins. You're not paying for bacteria
when you buy Carnation Cream.
Cream Salad Dressing
Two eggs, hnlf cuji Carnation Cream.
Half tonspooiiful mlt, A little cayenne
pepper. Unit toasprxmful powdered
nuiBtnnl. Half cup vinegar, mix In
bowl, put bowl In hot water nnd cook
HFNRY MIY SCO., LTD..
Phone Main 22.
LOCAL AN!) GENERAL
Persons out of work arc nev
er too poor to buy or borrow a
Bulletin to read its Want Ads.
That is why the Want Ads. nre
helpful to housekeepers and
i wiiiiiuii mua cleaned iu UH' uiouc
A letter for M. J. was left nt this
No fancy prices nt tho New England
liin Kan was charged with larceny
riorr.l Pantile louvcnlrs for Bale ni
all news Rtntnls. i
Ilcst tup of cofteo In the city. New '
A good position I Diioii to n booh-,
Keeper. Sco Want column.
Knonit Is registered nt tho Hotel do
Innkcn. Too much hue juice.
Nine tickets lo tbu Hawaiian Tab
leaux were found nnd left at tills olllce.
C'nmoes Cliclo No. 240 meets thin
ctcnlng nt 7:30 o'clock at Snn Antonio
Ant one hnvliu, n fresh milch cow
for rent will kindly address "M," thl
Henry Hoean una committed lo the
Insane nsjlum by Judgo Whitney os
tcrday. Pacific llchekah 1idgo mevti thlv
evening In Odd Fellows' hall nt "'30
Take jour carriage or automobile to
Hawaiian Carriage Mnnfg. Co., for up-to-dato
l'lre water got lien l'unahou Into
trouble leslcrday. He In tooling off
nt the pollco station.
Jim. KeaniB' Hawaiian preserves and
chulney pnckeil and shipped by every
vteamer. Order a rare.
Ilenny &. Co. rent automatic sowing
macliliios, $1. per week or $3 n month,
I'hono Mnln I.SS, Kort St.
Knknako contributed eight Chlncbo
gamblers scsterdny. Coin, dice, dom
inoes, etc., wcro also captured.
A lady s gold watch, with monogram
liiKlde cover "K. It., Oct. 10, '00," lias
been lost. See ndvt. In this Issue.
i:pert flat Cleaners, I'ort St., opp.
Club Stables best work In Panama
straw and felt hats. Work guaranteed.
The sprint; churning of California
Uoso Crcnmery butter came on tho So
noma, and will be found nt May & Co.
Tho House has to date drawn
13022.01. of tho Federal appropriation
nnd tho Senate S179S.C0, a total of
Win. McKlnley I-odgo No. S, K. of
I'., will meet In their new hall, corner
or I'ort nnd, llcretnnla street, Satur
Ileautlful dress skirts, no two of
which nre alike, are on bale nt lllom'e.
This storo ha also an attractive lino
of shirt waists.
There will be no sociable nt tho Ccu
tral Union church tonight. It has been
postponed out of respect to the mem
ory of Mather Castle.
Tho Pacific Ilcbekah lodge, will give
an entertainment and dance on Thurs
day evening, Mnieli 14th. lie Bitro and
go. Admission ?3j cents.
Ktpahulu Sugar Co., Hawaii Mill
Co., Ltd., nnd Kuknlatt Plantation Co.,
Ltd., elected olllcers nt their adjourned
annual meetings on March 12.
Coat our iron roofs with "Arabic,
You will be surprised at Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
5'eed Co. .agents.
Aquatic entertainment for Los An
geles visitors at Hotel Ilaths, Monday
Murch mil. S:20 p. m. Visitors
free. Admission others, 25c Including
Tho ladles sultB now on sale nt
Sachs arc beyond question an excep
tional bargain; the prices aro almost
less than the cost of material. Sale
ends on Saturday,
Josh Williams was given a nice quiet
bed in the pollco btatlon Inst night to
think over what ho was going to tell
Judgo Whitney this morning In rcg-ird
to assault and buttery,
Tho Claudlne, arriving this morning.
brought tho following freight: 2495
bags of sugar, SO sacks of corn, 2 auto
mobiles, 97 hogs, 17 packages of hides,
519 tinplttr-pa tt aiin.lrfna
Ho! Ho! There Is going to be bis
times at tho Iloyal Hawaiian Hotel
Friday evening. Music during dinner
Hour nnd n dance afterwards. Every
body come. All aro welcome.
It costs the Honolulu Brewery much
moro to brew Prlmo than It does many
other breweries to brow their product,
but tho local brewery can stand tho
expense becnus. the sale of Prlmo is
Keep In mind tho lunu that Is to bo
given tomorrow from 12 to 2 p. ni. at
tho Kaplolanl Maternity Homo
grounds. There will bo n foreign table
at which turkey, chicken, salads, duck
and hum will be served.
Oabu Lodge No. 1, K. of P., will hold
Its regular meeting iu the new hall,
corner lleretanla avenue and Kort
fctrcct, tomorrow evening. Thero will
bo work In tho third rank. All knights
In the city nre cordially Invited to at
tend. Tho Territory Stables Co. nre again
nt business nt their old stand with a
new manuger. Tho best of liver)- on
hand and furnished upon short no
tice. Tho care and boarding of horses
guninnteed to bo tho best and satisfac
At the ROYAL HAWAIIAN HO
TEL Friday evening.
Music at dinner hour.
Dance after dinner.
All arc welcome.
ltns always been one of our chief
aims. lowering the price by lower
ing the quality, nnd substituting, is
not our policy. The cut in quality is
always greater than the cut in price,
and the spectacle wearer is the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in high quality of our goods.
A. N, WORD,
BOSTON BUILDING-, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
Honesty in Business
has always been my aim. I make no statement which I know to be
untrue. My goods are not one-third cheaper than other firms sell
for, but they are the best and therefore the most desirable for
you to buy. I have many new ideas which have not yet been cop
ied nnd will be glad to have ycu inspect these goods. THEIR
MERIT WILL APPEAL TO YOU!
FINE HAWAIAN CURIOS AND JEWELRY.
TRY THE HAWAIIAN CIOAR.
This cigar is made of one-half Hawaiian and the other half Ha
vana tobacco. This combination makes a cigar equal if not superior to
any high-grade clear Havana cigar en the market. Ask for them here.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
FIVE VALUABLE PRIZES OFFERED FOR HIGHEST SCORES
MADE FROM MARCH 1ST TO APRIL 1ST.
Hotel 8aths Bowling Alleys
FRIVOLOUS USE OF VETO
(Continued from Pig 1.1
"tho ono-mnn power," l'rcsldent
Jackson, therefore, surprised tho
country and Bhockcd conservative
citizens by his frequent employment
of this great picrogatlve. During
his term ho thwarted tho wish and
tho expressed resoho of Congress no
less than eleven times on measures
of great public consequences. Seven
of theso vetoes woro of tho kind
which, during his Presidency, receiv
ed tho name of "pocket-vetoes." .
Commenting with great power, nt
tho time, upon the now uso of tho
oto-powor In nil Its forms by Pres
iuent Jnckson, Mr. Webster declared
Its tendency was "to disturb tho
harmony which ought nlwnys to ex
ist between Congress nnd tho incen
tive, nnd to turn that which tho Con
stitution Intended only ns an extra
crdlnary remedy for extraordinary
ruses, Into a common menns of
making Kxecutlvo discretion para
mount to tho discretion of Congress
In tho enactment of laws." It was
literally making tho cxtrcmo medi
cine of tho Constitution Its dally
An i-xnmplo set by so strong n rul
er ns Jackfcon, especially In tho es
tablishment of a practlco so conge
nial to man's natural lovo of powor,
was certain to bo followed by othor
I'resldents. It wns followed so vlg-
oioiiBly Indeed that tho forty years
Micccedlng Jackson's advent to pow
er presented a strong contrast with
tho forty years which preceded It.
The ono began with Washington;
tho other ended with Andrew John-
(.on. Mr, Van Duron, though In nil
icspects n lineal heir to tho princi
ples of Jnckson, did not Imltnto him
In tho frequent uso of tho veto-pow
er. Hut Mr. Tyler on nlno different
occasions run counter to tho nctlon
of Congress by tho Interposition of
his voto. Mr. Polk resorted to It In
tli too signal Instnnccs, but neither
(loncral Taylor nor Mr. Flllmoro
tamo In conflict with Congress on 'i
single measure. President Plorco al
most rivaled (loncral Jackson In tho
ten votocH with which ho emphasized
his own views as distinct from thoso
of Congress. Mr. lluchanan used his
iirbltiary power on four occasions
during his term. Mr. Lincoln per
mitted ono bill to bo defeated, ns nl
leady noted In thoso pages, by tho
expiration of Congress, nnd arrested
the passago of another by direct uso
of tho oto. President Johnson, who
In many features of his career has
been suspected on nn attempted Imi
tation of Jackson, far surpassed his
gicat pintotypo In tho uso of tho
A Mine of Rich Knowl
edge about the history and
Art and literature of Chi
na and Japan is given you
in these books by Capt.
Brinkley. The books,
leather and board bound,
arc handsomely illustrat
ed. Sold on easy pay'ts.
Wm, C, Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
th newt nf the dav
J 064 Fort St.
veto-power, emnlovlnir It dlrectlv In
no less than twenty-ono Instances,
besides pocketing nt least two bills
of public Importance Tho aggre
gate number of vetoes, therefore, In
tho forty years that followed Gen
eral Jackson's first election exceed
ed flrty, as against six for tho forty
cnrs preceding It,
Smith said ho wanted to call at
tention to tho fact that tho veto was
nn extraordinary remedy. Ho wnnt-
co 10 Know wnnt mere was In tho
bill which called for Its being exer
cised against It. nnd Buoko nt lencth
In favor of tho bill, referring to tho
disqualification of woman as an arti
ficial barrier, for which there was
no real reason. Tho voto should not
bo lowered and degraded by being
used frivolously In trivial matters.
Uowsett contended thnt tho act
would Increase litigation and would
undoubtedly causo the wife much
annoyance and expense. It would
lend to domestic differences, said thn
Senator, and he drow a picture of the
t'iro consequences which would fol
low. With regard to what Smith
had said nbout tho uso of the veto,
Uowsett said, he ugreed, but In this
case bo would support It.
Chllllngworth supported Smith.
saying that Dow-sett's argument that
u man was better fit to handle busi
ness because of his training was
"Todny," said tho Senator, "wom
en aro bo trained that they nre able
not only to run their own business
but their husband's business nlso.
Now wo havo woman stenographers,
lawyers, doctors, " ,
"Thoy aro golnu to voto. too."
Chllllngworth Wont on to say that
Dowsett evidently did not think thnt
woman wns fit to sit In tho sanio seat
Dowsott Bald if Chllllngworth wns
right tho entire law limiting wom
en's rights to deal with their prop
erty should bo repealed.
Tho voto was tnkon to ovorrldo tho
veto nnd cnrrlod, us follows:
Ayes Woods, llowltt, Chllllng
worth, I,ane. McCarthy. Coelho. Oan-
tlall, Smith, Kahuna, Illshop, Knud-
Noes Ilrown, Dowsott, HnyBol
Tho veto of Senato Hill 4, provid
ing flro departments for Knhulul,
Wnlluku and Lahnlna, was taken up
Coolho said that tho (Jovcrnor la
bored under tho Impression that
Walltiktt wanted n fow foot of hose,
which now belonged to tho Terri
tory, nnd wns not worth 110, Tho
Territory could keep It, anyhow, Tho
object of tho bill was to nld tho or
ganization ot departments in La
hnlna nnd othor towns. Ho moved
to pass tho bill over tho veto.
Smith said tho Governor was la
boring under n misapprehension. Tho
Llll did not nffect Honolulu nt nil.
Thn Governor's fear that Territorial
piopcrty might bo affected wns utter
ly unfounded, nnd It wns not one of
these extraordinary occasions. where
n uto should be used.
Tho veto was overridden by n
Tho cto of Houso Hill 30 camo
up, but nctlon wns deferred until
Kau Item Passed
Scnnlo Hill lis, appropriating $fi,
000 to reopen the road In Kau,
which was destroyed by tho Invn
How, passed third reading by n voto
of 10 nj cs nnd I noes.
Senate Hill C7, appropriating $3,
00u for tho purchase of furniture for
tho Hllo High School, passed third
Houso lllll 27, repealing the sal
mon license law, passed third read
ing. Houso Hill 37, relating to dlvorco
proceedings, passed third leading.
Houso lllll EC, relating to tho np
polntment, powers nnd bonds of dep
uty high sheriffs, passed third rend
ing. Houso lllll 61, the curfew bill,
camo up for third rending.
Hewitt said that It wns Impracti
cable to enforce tho law when It
provided Imprisonment for ten days
in tho Reform School In case of a
child on tho other Islands.
Dowsett asked If n girl married nt
fourteen would not bo allowed to go
on the street nlone, ns tho bill mndo
tho minimum ago fifteen.
Smith said sho should not ho al
lowed on tho street without her hus
band nt night nnyhow.
Discuss Women's Rights
Chllllngworth said tho whole mat
ter hinged nn tho question, "Is n
married woman a child?" Ho thought
Howltt moved to strlko out tho
Itoform School clause, and Dowsott
to mnko tho minimum ngo 14. Mn
kckau moved to pass tho bill In Its
Hnyseldcn said that If (the words
"In' tho Reform School" wcro cut out
tho result would bo that Innocent
children would bo placed In Jail
with thieves nnd cutthroats.
Smith said thnt ho knew ot no In
stance In which tho lnw had been
abused. Hayscldcn said ho did.
Smith said that few children
would havo money to pay their fine
nnd would havo to go to Jail any
how. They could bo kept segregat
ed In tho Jails.
Chllllngworth said It wns Impossi
ble to kcop tho children In tho Jail
or oven tho station houso without nl-
lowlng them to Beo things which no
child should see.
Howltt wanted to know If n child
could not bo sent to the Itoform
School nt tho discretion of tho Dis
Chllllngworth said many Magis
trates had none.
Fights Children's Cause
unyBoiiicn said It would do n child
Infinitely more harm to lock It In
Jail with murderers nnd cutthroats
than to let it tako n walk on a moon
light night, for lnstnnco.
Smith said that tho courts need
not npply punishments except In the
enso of Incorrlglblcs.
Hewitt's amendment wns lost nnd
tho bill passed third reading by a
oto ot 11 to 4.
Houso Hill 9C, exempting tobacco
growers from tho payment of tobac
co licenses, passed second reading.
Senato 1)111 5C, providing for tho
refunding of tho bonded indebted
ness of the Territory, passed second
Senate Bill D9, making assistant
Circuit Court Clerks ox officio bail
iffs, was referred to tho Judiciary
Sonnto mil 60, providing for nub-
lie loans by tho County of Hawaii.
was referred to the Ways nnd Means
Sonnto 1)111 61, tho now bill regu
lating the storage of oils, was re
ferred to tho Ways nnd Means Com
Sonnto Hill 58, relating to mar-
rlngo contracts, camo up for second
rending, but action was deferred un
til 2 p. m until which tlmo a recess
Many aa thrnunh n.ivlira cina tuiti,-
out his repontnnco, and Solomon's ex
perience witnoui iiis conclusions, and
Ihesonro tho men who rnll at both.
Why not come out, then, in a
stylish spring suit?
We have a remarkably flue assort
ment of spring suitings for you to
choose from. Jealous as we are of
our reputation, you are sure to se
cure correct styles and a good fit.
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
62 King 8t
PHONE BLUE 2741, P. O. Box Wt
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