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Hawaiian Housewives are sure to read Bulletin
JJi X 1.1
You, can't lift a retail business out
of a small-neighborhood orbit unless
you Advertise. Publicity Is The Only
Means of Expansion. When the
masses are informed that you actual
ly ezist. that you have goods to sell,
that you oler inducements 'o the
purchaser, then jour trade grows.
This lesson has been learned by every
merchant who advertises in the
VOL. X. N ). 3975
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. MONDAY. APRIL 13 1908
PRICE 5 CPNTS
Dn L Cofer Appointed Tleaf Tof Means Warships Roberta , Robinson,
".Pro. Board of Health San Dnfeo! Fetal . To Oiient " Knudsan, Kuhio, Lone
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i a S -- ,,. J . II itatttt t t Aii it ti. A - I nn3flilj. H fM ff h S fin -
i g Q jj fl 0 B 1 J ; American squadron is preparing for fll M "JJ 8 $ (Us Jj wf'Wj Si 3 HwHB
MNtlfSDC!ia cruise to Chinese and Japanese J4IIII wff Hiv EVl 8 nH IV Ban SfflBB
VWaalll WBioorl!. A uortion of the fleet will co BBIM B If flfiBttiyfl BtSBBl 'yj J
Dr. L. E. Cofer has besn appointed
a3 Prwi'bat of the 'Boaiil of Health.
i. J. Campbell ia reappointed as
.Tamc3 F. Morgan lies be;n appoint
ed as a Ktnibcr of the Board of
.Health in the place of W. U. Bald,
Tiicei ire.tlio .iiinol'itituiiU plvcn
out by Ooyoruor h'rear llilu iitiirnliit;.
' "Or. Cnfo.- lias ninrto UiIh placu Ii'h
home t-rllio laid nlno years," Haiti
Hip 'iiivo.-mli. "Ilo In voi mixtion
Id have, nil or liln lutoirals co'incited
here. Ho Is a vers capable! nriu fur
"M . rinLItaai desuivos a great
itc.il pf credit for what he iris tjotto
W l'rsl!e:it ot tlio Una id of Health,
mill tba flot'oi'lior (Ills illuming, "lie
linn performed lili dutlei cuusrlen
ttouslrpul hla heart Into the work,
tint hits made many sacrifice both hi
Ihc way of perrouul rcrvlcn anil pn
cui'lurlly. t'iu- tlic.l.o, reasons It Ims
la flinlWy lifird'lo uiuko u change,
luit thorn wero many HiIurn to he
w nulilufi'il. Mr. I'liikham Ii.ih nr
I'iplel Uio rhaiiRO very Rracerully,'
anil. Imleoil, lid Inforiiicil mo when I
Hist, ciiino Into Ollleo Unit he wlrhnl
me to unilrrfitiiiiil that a rluuij!"
woiilil hu pvifeclly Mtlafai'tory to
him whenever J iiaw host to m.iKe It
"I iei;rel Mint .iltiieKi have licon
n, mil' iitv.i iiiHt Mm, tlioiiKh these lr.ui.'
Although the local lr.iukct is prac
tically out of pincnplcs, our source
of supply J3 seek that for the ALA
MEDA, S2ND INST., wo shall have a
number of crate3 of very choice pines.
These will be snapped up like hot
cakes, so place your order early.
Island F:rnit Co.,
,irul,ity Eerveil to l.lllIK out eiuloiHO
tiients which mlshl ot'imvh'o not
have hail oeui'leu to appear. I mil
31 Hi 'lint ho man.. hae expiexseil up-'
pici I.ithia of what hi' has iloiie."
"At Cofei'i. own HiiEeMoii he will
not hive mi) Haimy fiui.i the Teril
lory.1 On iiciounl of the fail Mint tonw
ilr;:Lt .nil hnen cxprcwnl nn to wli
ther l)r. Cofer eouhl liolil his presot.t
I'lfcltlon its he.nl of the Ir.rnl tt. S.
Marine lloxpltnl Hen Ice ami alro lie
I'lbslilont of tliu lltianl of Health
Oiivormir I'renr fent tho following
nurwnKO to fiiirKi'on' Oneri.l V)i:in
nt WahhliiRlon with lOfranl lo t'ho
April atli, 1 DUX.
Til Surccon General Wyman, Wnah
Vaoaiicj In olllee of I'l-selilenl Ttr
illoilaMle.ilth llonril ami uriteiiey at
(Continued on Tage 3)
HNKHAM FOR MAYOR
"Tluil means I'liil.li.ini for tin)
next Alio or of Honolulu," xalil .loo
Cohen hi HpenhliiR or ho new ap
pointment a Treiilileiit of thqjloaril
lee dealers In New York mo le
poileil prcpnrliiK to iiilvaneo prleci
CO per cent.
.SAN DIEGO, Cal.. April 13. The
Ricat Battleship Fleet will arrive
hcic tomorrow. The city i3 prepar
ing a great demonstration.
"I" -.Wp m i
OPPOSED TO ALDIUCH
NEW YORK. N. Y., April 13.
The Merchants' Association of thi3
city has taken action opposing tin
Aldrirh financial bill passed by the
EVANS IS BETTER
VASHINaTON, D. C, April 13.
The House is considering the Naval
SHANGHAI, China, April 18. Sc:
rious floods are reported at Hankow.
OreHJCOOprcpleavc been rlrovmcd
and 700 junks sunk.
I mi tielited o il .iih Hi! K. 1
"' Mliev (iH noon In ',11'ikmi; of llr.
CofiT'i; appointment 10 I lie prililenc)
t III" llnnrd of Ilc-iltli
' ll c.-onteo a riniillilnii Kltnllar. I
iiti'li'il"il, lo thai wlih h cxIbtM la
the ("ilPpplnes, I'orio Hire ami Ciihi.
H ti"im that ihl t"n an I the Tei
litnn v HI he clcani-l up of lis ipi.ir
'in iiih'e dlreares ami Ilu e weil't he
auv iiiillihlliii; iihout II
'"I ineaim ilinlly li ih r il emilnil of
our rnnlirry coiullllmw heie and I for
one will hoMijlRiity kI.u! id nee It.
"I don't Im'iclne lint the C.inerno,
Is In Iho sIlKhleist pMuptthy with the
ntlncktl thai have hem made on Mr
'While I rct;fel Hint Mr. I'liiklium
viif not re-a'lK)lntmJ " nalil Prenhlen.
w. V. Sllillh or Hi- .yfh ill's' Asto-
' Continued an-PaRe;,5)
MANILA, P. I., April 13. Thq
American squadron is preparing for
a cruise to Chinese and Japanese
ports. A portion of the fleet will go
PAsn pnnTT.s Pol Anrii in
WW , W...., ! -w, .
Ailmirnl 1!vnn is tndnv rennrted as I
CHELSEA, Mass., April 13. The
insurance on the property destroyed
by the great fire of yesterday will
amount to three millions of dollar.
The bench warrants which weto
Hencd on six Jurors thin niornlni;
were relumed, and tho Jurors excused,
having Riven mifflclent reasons for
1 II. I.. M'irx has tiled supplemental
iiecoiiiils of executor lii'lho estate, of
II. R Uliitpmun.
A. Q. M. Robertson . . .
John C. Lane
W. 0. Walker
W. T. Robinson
E. A. Knudsen
. from Oahu
. . from Maui
. from Kauai
',?. S.King St.
Long, Cold Drink
Foit Street. Phone 40.
going to make out that will
of yours ? ' We have been
telling you why it is neces
sary; NOW DO IT.
Rut 'do it in the right
way. Havo it drawn up in
PROPER LEGAL . FORM.
We will do this for you
free of charge, if you make
us one of the c::ccutors.
:&. Hawaiian Trusi
i5& fnmnjniv it
Fori Si. Hcnolul
rred;Beiuamin k Co.
are the very Swcllcst, the best tailored, nnd are made of
the finest all-wool materials.
You can't do better by yourself than to get a suit of
these very swell and diessy clothes. Tiicy're M a d o
Right, of the Right Stuff.
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CORNER OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
t&aOr SV.JLm a. u r v
rfiflPD- fo PSl tlie furniture people in the
Ekyrr & tv., Lewers & Cooke MICrt, on
King Street, have just received, per steamer Arizonan, from
New York, a very large shipment of the DAINTY f IBER
R?!G5 which have made such a hit here. The line includes
rugs of all sizes and of all colors and combinations some
of the prettiest effects possible. One can even get a rug
12 ft., by 15 ft. in size, all woven in one piece on a single
loom, t These goods are specially adapted to Arts .and
Crafts, Mission, and Colonial rooms? while many of them
daintily woven and colored in cretonne and chintz effects
fiiKJ ready acceptance for bedrooms and for cottage furnish
ings. Among the sizes are:
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The line uho comprises a selection of very fine Fiber matting, woven finer than
any CWnese or Japanese matting made, very durable as to wearing quality, and in dain
ty tan, green, or blue colorings.
Early callers nt our store will have an opportunity to select from a great range of
patterns. Remember you can get as nice a pattern in these inexpensive FIBER
rugs as you would get w6rc you buying an expensive Brussels rug.
Thla v. Ill he the list nT deleRiitei
chosen hy the Territorial Convention
ct 111 mectlue ihhi evening. The only
name, about which there Is now any
uncertainty Is that of l.ane as U.ihu's
delegate, iih J. M. DowHelt may Rjvu
Ulna n hard run for the honor, l)l
nn l,ano Is on the ground, whlb Dow
tatt Is on IiIh way to the lmiliilaml.
and un l.aue Iuih HtroiiR Inlliietien
with the dclcitntloiiH from the other
Inlands, capcc'ully Hawaii, he will
prohahly land the plum.
There Is no doubt about WulLor's
being fcfnt iih Hawaii's deleRnto, ho
having been ehoacti hy .tho canons.
Ills alternate will he Chas. Wether
lice, tho bookl.ccpur of tho Olau plan
tation, who Is at present on tli)i main
Itohlnson of Maul haB been Kelcet
ed hy tho faueus of tho .delegates
from his Island. Ilu will meet with
no opposition, as II. P. llaldwlti will
not seek the honor.
Knudsen of Kauai is also tho chos
en man of his Island, ltlce stating
that he was not In tho running.
Ceo. II. Cirler stated thla morn
ing Uial he was not a rnndldato for
delegate, though he would adopt the
honor, wero It offered to him, under
certain conditions. Atl.ltipon, who
has also boon spoken of its a possible
candidate, said today that he was not
When You Feel
likr having an ice-cream, a
' soda, or when you're candy
Alexander Young Cafe
We have included College Hills in
our parcels delivery route. Our va
:on leaves town for Waikiki and
College Hills nt 10:30 a. m. every
All the other Islands an- for unln
Tho convention opened IhH m rnliiR
at Hi n'elocK. hut a law number ot
the ilelegltes Who lfad been expeetrd.
were absent, some being n-pi est nted
by proxy, while others did nt l)io
their credentials In proper lorm. nn
ii'tiirus halng been ioni irnm 'ielr
;.i.cliiets to tho Central Cuinin ee.
Sinue or the latter iiid. honover, cam
ndnilsslon through the Committee 011
Credentials Ontdde of the' delegates
there j;ro not many people present
at tho Orpheum, where the convention
wns held, tho community apparently
reserving Its attendance until thH
evening, when tho real workwill bo
The convention was railed lo order
nt 10:10 o'clock by National Commit
teeman A. 0. M. Kohcrtson. who In
structed Clerk Win. Savlilgc to rend
tho tempornr roll. After i!i!h lmd
been read John Wise called ntti-mlon
to the fart that Ills nuliie h id not
been called. Ilo was iibltcil for hla
credentials, nnd atis.u red ihat they
wero stilt In tho liriudJ of the JudKes
of Hie Ninth I'reclnct of the rtfth
Clerk Savtdgo read the oniclal call
for the ((invention which had bi-eii Is
sued by the National Coniiultt t , ai
well us the reply which had ticv n sent
theieto by Uobortson.
' I wvh to make a slateineui In ro
Kard to the iiumher of dck-giii". which
Huvvall Is to semi to the Natlenal Con
vent Ion." cald Itobertsoii. "rmir veara
ago the olllclil call allotted to Hawaii
six delegntes and tho cones ponding
number of alternates. When tlio con
vention convened tho Committee on
llillcH In lis tejiort made the mle id
losing Huvvall only two iMcgitcs. hut
left the other 'ferritin lus iiiicliaiiaud
In tlio convention this rule wns
j amended lo allow Urn six delepjti'S to
ion', uai un' nmeniimeiu was worocu
m as to apply only to that conven
tion la the call this enr Hawaii Is
allowed only two delegates, but komu
moiitliH ago tho Dclegnle wrolo mo
that the Tcirltorles of New Moxlpo,
rloua ami Alaska would idect six
deli rf.ilcs in the hope of gniti'i)' them
cited I vviote in the Nailnniil Com
mitteemen of thei.0 tin co. and ifeelved
H'ldles frniii nil of tli-m lnfiiriiiing mo
thut they had dectdod to elert six del
mates mid expected to Imv thom
beated, and II has been ui;gr-sted
(Continued on Page 3)
This swell shoe, made over the Cornell Last, has the
Pointed Swing Toe, which gives it a graceful appearance, and yet
is very roomy in the tread.
There's no slipping in the heel, or bulging in the sides,
which arc so common in some makes of shoes.
Whe'n a man wears a Bannister Shoe, he feels that he is cor
' Manufacturers' Shoe
P. 0. Bos 4C0.
185 King Street
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