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BVENltyQ B'JMJITllf. HONOLOLP.-T. H., M0NDA7. MAY 25, 1908.
AND NOT EXPENSIVE 4
Woman's Welt Sole, street Oxford, a smart, attractive
tip All sizes and widths.
Mclnerny Shoe Store
of the United States consume seven times as much beer
per capita today as' they did forty years ago. Why is thisl
Because the beer of today meets a "long-felt want'' of
mankind in the form of a mild, carbonated, alcoholic, stim
ulating, cooling, palatable, tonio drink.
The beer of today is good ; the Best beer today is
ROOSEVELT NOT PLEASED WITH
LAX MANNER IN CHECK
irtiinni m mu
Taffeta, Satin, Dresden
This is a great offering in ribbons. We are selling
the most fashionable shdes'Dr.d weaves for the price of or-
dinary goods. Oar facilities for buying enable us to divide
with our customers.
Xi. AJlOy, Nuuanu below Holel
THAT'S THE MOTTO AT THE
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
Washington, May 15. Members of
Congress him siutboilty (or itu1 ra'o
ment Jjiut tho I'ltsldent lias nddresso.l
u HtrniiK renioii8trar.ee to lumti on ac
count of tho continued Influx of Jap
nnesp laborers. Tlia Piute Depute
ment declines to mnko any statement
in reference to the matter.
Regret Is expressed in official cir
cles lit tho failure of Japan to arrest
tho flow of laborers to tho .United
States. Tiie passport agreement came
Into forco in January, 1907, and a drop
of 4,304 occurred In Immigration for
that month as compared wltfc January,
1906. February shows a decrease of
S1H7; March of 210S, and April of
1 185. ,Tlio bulletins of the bureau of
Immigration, however, merely glvo
tho number of Immigrants "offlclally"
Aliens May Be Deported.
Under tho law tho regulations Issued
by Commissioner General Sargent, If
a Japanese or Korean skilled or un
skilled laborer Is found In the conti
nental territory of tho United States
without having been duly admitted
upon Inspection, he may be arrested
with a view to his deportation.)
It Is extremely dimcult, however, to
locate a Japanese or Korean who .U
without warrant to bo In this country.
Consequently tho Government must
turn to Japan for redress and demand
that it prevent the departure for tho
United States of Its laborers or permit
the enforcement hero of an exclusion
The Japanese havo shown unmistak
ably that they would resent bitterly
tho legalization of a policy of exclu
sion. Nor docs tho President wish to
subject them to such a humiliation.
Ills acta have shown that ho wanted
Japan Itself to regulato this matter,
but at the same time ho has ghen
warning that unless such regulations
should bo in ml n and enforced tho
United States would bo compelled to
puss an exclusion law.
Handle Situation Gently.
The disposition of tho authorities.
so far as can ba learned, Is to deal
carefully with tho latest phaso of this
question and, while Insisting upon ob
servance of tho agreement reached
several months ago, to give due re
gard to tho delicate situation of tho
present ministry In Japan. Tho agree
ment of syveirjl months ago was ac
cepted by the ministry in the face of
strong opposition. Tho emigration
companies of Japan placed every ob
stacle In tho way of satisfactory ar
As a result of piessuro by the
United States 'and Great Ilrltaln, the
department of Foreign Affairs was
charged with the duty or Issuing pass
poits to till persons desiring to visit
Hawaii, tho understanding bolng that
only relatives of Japanese laborers In
tho, Islands should bo allowed to go
there. It looks as If there has boon
on evasion of tho agreement In somo
way, and It Is oxpected, now that tho
attention of Japan has been called to
it, that Immediate' action will be
STOCK? IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco, May 19. Following
are tho closing quotations for Hawaii
llawnllnn Com. ...'. 95
Honokaa S. C 11
Hutch. 8. P. C W)i
Kllauea S. C
Makawell C , 32 Vi
Onoinea S. C 3tV4
Panuhau S. C 18
Union S. C, (pool) 35
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU. May 25. 1908
2 Btrvtrr St Co.
Rw tfuitillon Co ..I.
IliwCt.m fc Sue Co ..
Iloiiomu Sugar Co .,
ItonoVU Sujtr Co t J
Haiku Sinr-r Co t
K'lhuVu Puliation Co
Klpahulc Sugar Co....
Onoinea buar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Otaaugar Co Ltd ...
Olowlhi Co tt
r-aliau Sugar FUtit Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
rata PlatilallotiyCo ....
rpekm Sugar Co....
WfttukuStigai Co ....
Walntanato Sugar Co.
IVaiinta Sugar Mtlt Co
tntf r-NUit'l Stfflm NCo
Hon HTM. Co Trtl
Mutual Telephone Co
N.lluku Muhber Co An.
Oihu Rft I. Co
Ililo K K Co.
Hawaiian pineapple Co.
HawTer fc tc
Haw Gov't s pc
Ca. Ileet Sug & Rel Co
Haiku Sugar Co 6 pc
Ham. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch 6a
II iw Com ft Sug Co s pc
Haw Sugar Coupe...
Ililo R It Co Con b pc
Hon RT ft LCo6p c
Kaliuku P.ant Co 6 , c.
Oiliu Rft I. Co6pcV
Oahu Sugar Co Jpc ..
Ctaa itURir Co 6 p c. . .
I'ac- Sug. Mill Co. (
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6 pc..
Waialua Afric Co p e
i,t .. ':::
11,1 Ml J,l
15 Haw. Sug. Co.,
Latest sugar quotation, 4.25 cents,
or $S5 per ton.
London Beets, lis 7 l-2d
toy Waterbouso Trust. Gi
Stock and Boad OoiitiBit
Mtmbert Honelulu 8ock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manager,
PORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE'EXCHANGC 4.
IKii. m SSKE8AL
Try some other. Then try this,
have had it for ycais.
We liave the Sole Agency and'
Because we have found it the best I
penman has' the finest Creamery in California.
LEWIS & COMPANY, LTD.
FAMILY GROCERS. 169 KINO ST. TELEPHONE 240.
HOME RULERS FIRE
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
HUXT TO YOUNG BLOC 1710 KfNQ STREET.
J I k EI t t Has Moved to
. LANUU 0R0N BL0CK-
(Continued from faze U
Saturday night. He held tho huMI-
enco for one hour and (our minutes
and was repeatedly cheered.
"The fear or tho Lord," said Ku
nllio, "Ib the most imiortant thing
that any niad should have. It Is that
tejtv that teaches and leads him to
do what Is right to bis fellow-men.
Fellow-workers, If 5)11 want to -'je
treated right, send men of your own
1 mile. Do not send rich men to the
Legislature, because, whatever they
will do there will ho for tho uonellt
nf tho rich primarily. You can read
ily neo It now, as, well ns you did in
tho past, that tho rich who aspired
for any legislative honor woufd rec
ognize you hefore ihey aro elected,
but after their election they simply
drovo by in their carriages and. paid
no attention to you, who helped to
elect mem. That is not tho case
with tho poor.-bo they haoles or Ila-
ivnilans. Thoy always glvo you tlmo
lo say what you havo to say. That
In Itbelf shows distinctly that -we
can expect some good at least from
our poor legislative friends.
"During my experience In tho Leg
islature, I found that any measure
that was Introduced for the good of
tho rich would pass through In no
tlmo; but wlicn'Mt came to a bill
whlcn might be for tho benefit of
tho poor ones, they, tho rich, would
act very sluggishly." ""
During his speech, Kanlho gave
special praise to Chas. Droad, who he
said was and would he a good man to
represent his people.
"Ho Is fearless and Independent In
his action," said Kanlho. "le has
different views from his employers,
tltlt 111 Dnlln tf iltfl, tin on ..a n .. it .Innn
1 wv ... "i.u iiiMi iiu diid tiiiu nuvn
things which aro good for tho poor.
elected to office."
From the beginnlug to tho end
Kanlho's speech was. full of humor
ous sallies, causing tho audience to
laugh almost unceasingly, 1'iunl:
Harvey anil K, 1'. .Low, who were
present and notlted'by Knnlho, wcro
Jokingly i-oiiiiiientedt-upon 'by tho
speaker. He Invited, them most em
phatically to join tho Homo Hulo
In dwelling upon tho municipal
law J. M. l'c.cpoe stated that 11 11 5' In
terpreter who was regularly employ
ed by a District Magistrate was en
titled to a tialuiy of $100 a mouth.
"This," I'ocpoo coritlntiQd, "nppllcs to
all the District Courts." I'ocpoo's
ppeech was lengthy He touched
upon tho constitutionality of the
municipal law, hut made no decided
continent for or ttgulnst tho law.
"This municipal law will he de
clared unconstitutional by the Su
preme Comt If I am elected Sheriff
of Maul," commenced Senator 'White,
"but If I am defeated, the law
etands." (Laughter.X "You all are
uwaro of the fact that the fit Bt Coun
ty Act was .declared unconstitutional
because I was elected Sheriff of Maul.
I was a Sheriff for eight days and
nts floored by tho Supremo Court,
which hud the last sny. During my
administration as Sheriff of Maui
there was no rcolutlon, no riot, and
no disturbance I kopt the pcaco of
tho Island in great shape, but, unfor
tuuatoly for me, there was no money
coming In appreciation of what I
havo done for tho people and prop
erty there." This remark convulsed
Tho meetlin was woll attended.
D. Kalauoktilanl, Sr presided and
before he Introduced tho speakers o
made some Interesting remarks.
Among the prominent figures on the
.tand was Princess Theresa Wilcox.
Anything worth having is worth
askine for. Ask the Bulletin Office
for information about the Vacation!
Bent Franklin cars. Sthyds Btbl.
The Koreans aro talking of organ
izing a baseball league.
The surf at Walklkl has been un
usually henxy tho last few ttas.
Sheriff W. H. nice, Jl., or Kanal,
camo over yesterday in the Hull.
Honk! Honkl Call 1111, J. A. Mc
Leod, for tho plcasautost nuto ride.
The Oahu horses for Ililo races will
probably bo shipped a week from to
morrow. Illng 109 for Qua Studcbakcr, flrc
seatcd auto; day or night. Club
The Spanish War Veterans nio
making 1111 acthe caiiriis for now
Harmony Lodge No. 3, I. O. O. F.,
III meet this evening In Odd Fellows'
hall at 7:30.
Tho heavy ordnance to bo placed on
Diamond Head aro howitzers rather
Tako your carriage or nutomobllo
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfy. Co., for
For a thirst, n good bite, and n
"uhakc" with al your sporting friends,
go to tho Fashion.
Why nJt spend tho Bummor at one
of tho Scaaldo Cottages? Kngago a
To Mijoy tho host rldo in an auto In
Honolulu ring up 230 for Jim Qulnn's
now soven stated Fcorloits
Itov. J. W. Watlmnn nnd Itev C. II.
Mlu wcro arrivals from Kauai In tho
W. O. Hull jeuterdny 11101 nlng.
The-Kameliameha Athletic Associa
tion gave a minstrel show on Satur
day night, the program being a good
It Is pioliublo'thnt tho mile walk
will he Included In the program of
Held sports between Honolulu and the
Theresa Wilcox contemplates giving
11 set lea of icflned hulas In her com
modious daucuhnll during the vlalt
of tho fleet.
Keep your Bcalp always clean by
using llgg Shampoo sold by llunson,
Smltlt & Co., Ltd. It Is only twenty
flvo cents it bottle.
It. K. llonlno, tho moliig-ptctme
man, returned from Kauai yesterday,
where ho has been photographing
tome attractive scenes.
U'lntiu In ulwrn-lnir thin wprlf thn flnnst
and largest assortment of wash mater-1
lals oer sei-11 In Honolulu, at pricci
that are special inducements.
The Midsummer clearance sale In
ladles' muslin underwear at lllom's
will begin Monday, June 1st. It will
bo n record-breaker for allien.
On installments of $3 per month you
ecu purchase a White Family notary
eewlng machine. ,Ilcnny. & Co.. Ltd.i
agents. 12CC Fort Bt. l'hono 488.
If your cash register does not work
just right, take it to the expert at
tee Hawaiian uince specialty uo.,
Ltd.; Phone 143.
There will bo a stated meeting of
Oceanic Lodge. No. 371. F. & A. JL.
at Masonic Templu this evening at
7.30 o'clock, for tho transaction of bus
iness, Tho grans houses at thu defunct
Kalniuki Zoo, recently pmchased by
tho Outrigger Club, havo been dis
mantled In readiness for removal to
tho club's headquarters.
If J oil havo neglected to Join tho
Harrison Mutual .Association, you may
do so now during tho Special Dispen
sation. The membership fee will bo
1 educed In May and June to J3.00 mid
John Uorgas Perridrn, tho (lvo-ycar-old
son of Antono Perrclra of Alapal
street, was drowned last Saturday af
ternoon In a cesspool. Tho boy was
playing In tho yard and coming to tho
cesspool, removed" tho cover tuiif fell
In the Wflter. An Inquest will bo held
by Deputy Sheriff Jnrrett.
NEW - TO-DAY
& Manufacturing Co.
1053 SUTTER STREET
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF INTE
RIOR AND EXTERIOR
DECORATIONS, Wholesale & Retail
1 K2 TTftTol St..
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEl ' Suc ll ma" na ,lro!Ul s,ouhi
If you are going to decorate your
place of business, we have the most
complete line of 1LAU3 and utuuit
ATIONS ever exhibited in San Fran
cisco. All our designs are new and
exclusive. Painted in Oil and guar
anteed fait colors. Our Prices are
within thcvreach of all. Ve invite
your inspection, and you will be
SERVICES We furnish ESTIMATES FREE for
Interior and Exterior Decorations.
First I Our contracts call for putting up and
taking down at your pleasure, it is
Services wcro held h't tho
Methodist church last night nnticlp.it
lug Decoration Day, which comes on too earlv to nlan now If vou de
next Saturday. Membe.s of the ClraiM I n-"? 'll;?J&"2
arc going to be all the thing in Ho
nolulu. How do we know! Well,
just because they arc the right thing,
the sensible thing, in this climate.
They're drcssicrr cooler, end more
appropriate for evening occasions
than black suits. They'will, in
time, relegate the claw-hammer to
dim memories. ,
You should be among the first of
trie men who will wear our Hart,
Schaffner &. Marx white serge Tux
edo suits, half lined in silk.
ELKS' BUILDING, KING ST., nr. FORT. PHONE 651.
DIXON'S SILICA GRAPHITE
Protects and beautifies nil exposed wood and metal
surfaces. For this purpose, it is the most durable, eco
nomical, and beautiful paint ever made.
Surfaces properly painted have not required rc-paint-ing
for over 15 years. That' because Graphite is not af
fested by Acids or Alkalies.
Don't put an inferior paint on anything yon value.
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH' KING STREET.
W."."JMU!UUU'UJ.L mi j1iP.i 1 u nnp j ij f .j-w .! J1LLW.UMI i J
Delicious Smoked Hams
AND BACON. Not too fat but just fat enough to mako
the meat juicy. Bake one for Dinner after the fashion of
the chef of the S. S. China and you will have something
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Honolulu Construction and Graying Co.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 164.
Fort St., Opp. W. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; alio deal in Crushed Rock, Whit ann
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Carden Sail, Etc. SAFE MOVING A SPE--
' ' - UJ '--!-.
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, 0 jib way of Y.B..A. J. C.C.. No! 60247,
and Guenon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. 02304, at scrrice at $10.
TeLoo The Pond Dairy
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Army iioat and tlio Spanish Wnr Vet
ctona attended Ilia services In a body.
lltiv, D. V. Craiio nddreBBcd thu
KathciliiR with a sermon Biiltnblo to
the occasion, wlilcli was well rccolvcd.
Walter Wall rendered a solo, and sel
ected music cavo soveral beautiful
selections. Post Commander nidcr, a.
A. 11., delivered tho Invocation anil
Chaplain Dickey recited from tho
Rapid Transit car No. C, on tho KIiib
street lino, nt 12:45 yesterday after
noon dropped the caso near of a motoi
and was stalled until car, 6 shoved
Iter out of tho way, bolng brought
from tho barn for tho purpose. Thu
accident occurred within a car's Icimlh
of tho Alapal switch and thu system
wan not delayed nioiu than fifteen
sire to do your own decorating we
can furnish you with the material
whereby you can.be your own decor
ator. S. SADLER, Manager.
Mr. SADLER will arrive in Hono
lulu June 2d or 8th, and will be pre
pared to furnish estimates for all
kinds of decorative work.
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED
Tho Stock Hooks or tlio Oahu Su
gar Co., Ltd., will be closed lo trans
ffis f I om May SCth to Juno 1st,
1U08, both dates Inclusive
(B.) W, l'l'OTKNHAlinit,
Treasuior Oahu Buijnr Co., Mil,
From New York
10c a yard
12 I-2c 20c
15c ' 25(
20c 30c V
Regular Price .
16 2-3c a yard
For a Few Days at
E. W. Jordan CCo,, Ltd.
tiiirtUiiiHiilil . m. c'n .Mihimiifik$