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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY. MAIL JO, 1009.
THE EXTRAORDINARY VALUES
that we are offering is only
for the balance of this week.
Our Waist Counter Saturday was one
of the busiest parts of the store ; mar
velously cheap is every waist and were
quickly bought by ladies who are very
fastidious as to style.
In the Domestic Department the values
in Linen Goods and Bedspreads were sur
prising to everybody.
J 1st imagine, in our Dress Goods De
partment we are selling Chambrays (not
calicos) at 5c a yard in grey, blue, brown
Hosiery bargains cheapest ever offer
ed in this city.
Muslin Underwear, huudreds of bar
gains ail garments, including Skirts,
gowns, Chemises, Corset Covers and
Drawers a great variety.
Sale "Pan" Saturday
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
Focms by Riley and Field; Jungle Stories by Kipling;
Nature Stories by Ernest Thompson Seton; all the world's
best fiction for the Ch'ld mind.
FAIRY TALES, FOLF STORIES, PICTURE BOOKS.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Alexander Young Building
HIQH-CLASS FAPR.rANaiNG, DECORATING,
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
3 HARP 3IGN3
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE HUILDING. PHONE 397.
5. CENT CJOAR
M. A. Guiist & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
f Received ex Alameda a New Ship
incut of Latest Styles in
$ 1028 NUUAHU ST.
W. L. EATON,
Collector Evening Bulletin ; Financial
Secretary Hawaiian Entfneering
Aiiocmtion. Office Hours; From
12 to 1 at Bulletin office.
1011 SO, KING ST..HONOLULU, T.II,
MANY HEAR DOLE'S
PLEA FOR PEACE
Eloquent Speaker Gives
Talk At Central
Charles I' Dole spoko to a Inrgo
I audience lattt night In the ,1'nrlch
House of the Cent ml Union Church
on "Modern Social Movements."
He en Id the people nre beginning
to rcallte the Importance of the Idea
of local patriotism: that the Intclll
Rent niul prosperous' business man Is
taking part In the progress ot affairs
In his municipal government. He
emphasized the fact that the ones
wo now fear aro th6so who neglect
tho government of their home city
In order to prosper and become rich.
Mr Dole then spoke ot how the
different nations nre striving for
peace an against war. He suggested
that the United States Government,
one of tho greatest nations under
Iho sun, should drop preparations for
war with nrniles nnd navies, und
mnku rather for International peace.
He said that the nntibns should treat
each other as neighbors nnd becomo
more friendly than ever before.
Although Mr. Hole deplored the
present-dny preparations for wnr, he
took n generally optimistic view ot
the progress of the world.
He believes tho present nge Is not
i so overwhelmingly materialistic us
wo sometime credit It. The work
that Is bolng done fo'advancenicnt
Is not always apparent. Ho compar
ed the situation with the construc
tion of tho breakwater which he saw
going forward at lit lo. Great boul
dcis'wero being dtimpod Into thn sea
and mndo absolutely no show on the
surface, but they were indeed tho
foundation of tho whole structure..
He diew attention to tho fnct that
tho problems of today nre world piob-
lems. Thoio Is not u civic problem
In the cities ot America that cannot
bo found in the cities all oyer the
world. The liquor problem has be
come n world problem, Unmbllng
has be'.omu a world pioblcm. Pro
tection of the purity or women is a
woild problem. The conflict of race
Is a world problem found every
where, and while each community
has Its own particular phase, the
fones of the world are operating nnd
cooperating for a solution.
Mr Dole said Hint the solution for
the errors of democracy was more
In commenting on the problems ot
tho liquor trnfllcie said that as ho
grew older he was less Inclined to
be dogmatic In his views regarding
this traffic which must bo controlled.
He culled forth enthusiastic np
plaube when he pointed the moral
error contained In the failure to. see
ouythlng wrong In winning a few
dollars at whist, but considered it
necessary to the public welfare to
nriest Chinese who have no appre
ciation of the crime involved in n
game of chnnce. One of his pnrls'n
loneis had once asked him what
there really was of wrong in her
husband playing n quiet -game of
whist for stakes.
Ho found that Hawaii Is dealing
with tho race problem In n more
iiitionul and peaceful way than any
other part of the country.
He commented on the industrial
wnr that Is on In many parts ot our
country, and noted the error In thu
lcw that the labor unions wero al
ways wrong In their conclusions or
that the employers were always
Mr. Dole's talk was Intensely In
tel estlng nnd he took a broad vlow
of many questions that uro so tic
quently dealt with locally In the
most nariow and prejudiced manner.
THE GEISHA GIRL .
IS GREAT SUCCESS
The Opera House was crowded
again Inst night, nnd the patrons had
tho pleasure ot hearing one of tho
best presentations ot the whole en
gagement, Tlie Jnpaneso costumes,
which were secured In tho Orient,
are now and striking and tho trend
ing of colors Is excellent. Tho little
prayers were at their best, and tho
songs were heartily encored,
Eva Pollard lias two very pretty
solos, and her acting last night was
admirable in the pnrt of the Geisha
Teddy McXnmnra, as tho keeper of
the tea-house was very amusing nnd
the audience could not get enough
of his burlesque Scotch dance.
Ada Hind as the French girl look
ed her prettiest nnd had on one of
tho prettiest kimonos.
Ivy Pollard made a great hit as the
English girl who dons the costume
of tho Kast and barely escapes get
ting married to tho Japanese Mar
quis, which part was taken by John
nie Helntz in his Inlmltnblo manner.
Freddie Helntz hnd a smaller part,
but did very well with It, The
dances nnd choruses were nil well In
keeping and the company was never
In better voice.
The Geisha will run tonight and to
morrow night, giving place on Thurs
day, tho last ot tho Pollanl engage
mentment, tn "Tho Uunawuy Olrl."
Tho Wednesday matinee will bo special
March 2, 1909.
To the Evening 11 u 1 1 e t i n ,
liear Sir: I am a girl, and live in
Wnlmcn. I go to school every day.
We have stnff-notatlon In our school.
In my room we have C8 children. Wo
have n librarian. We got 4C new library-books
last month. Sometimes
tho librarian stays to 3 o'clock with
the children: 7 children take news
papers. We read about the earth
quakes In Italy. Did you read nbSut
UT We read about tho earthquake
In Sun Krnnclsco two years ago. It
was awful. We nro going to have
an exhibition tn I.lhue. Wo have to
work for the exhibition. We have
drawn-work to do nnd embroidery.
Wo hnve 197 books in our library.
I am going to close in the new list ot
books, as maybe other children like
to get them.,', Now I must stop. I
like to write to. you.
Your little friend,
. ANGELA WUiailT.
Editor' Bvtn I n g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n :
Kindly allow mo sjmco in your most
popular paper. I seo one has come
forward to help the drummer and
ugent out. I will now try and help
Knoxville, Tenn., Jan, 2G, 1S94.
The United States Circuit Court "to
day awarded 8. J, Singleton of Eu
banks, Ky., $5000 damages for fa)se
urrcst, which sum the County of
II Jrklns in .the Stnte of Tennessee,
must pay besides alj tho costs. Sin
gleton solicited outers for tho en
largement of pictures for a Ken
tucky house. His effect's woro seized
by the Sheriff of Hurklns County,
Tenn., and sold for the amount of
tho privilege tax which Singleton re
fused to pay. Singleton was Impris
oned. Tho Circuit Couit held that
the officials of llnrkins County vio
lated tho Interstate commorcu law
nnd awarded tho damages lo Single
ton. NOT A DIIUMMKH.
llfinolnlii, March 'J I, '09.
, llcnntor HoverldKu and I). II, Hun
iloll, kergonut-at-uriiiii of Hit SimiuIh,
Iiiivo been piitleiilH In lint Johns Hop
IWiik houpliul In IlllltllllOlU,
Han's Anderson Stories, . . .Anderson
Harper'H Sec. .Header ..'.... llarpcr
8lork'S from the Hlblo Lorlng
Footsteps of the Master Nelson
Slnbnd the Sailor
Puss In Hoots Mother Hubbard
A Nest of Girls E. Tlmlow
The Young Midshipman Hlnty
a iou8o Party. ..American Authors
Uncle Jcremlnh...lly n Wnnd. Am.
Two Hoys In. Hawaii.. Waldo Hralne
A Dad Hoy. i T. II. Aldrlch
A Volunteer In Cubu.E. Strateme)cr
A Girl of Today E. Adams
Ait With Garibaldi ...G. A. Henty
Tho Hoy Conqueror
Hound the World. .. .Frank Hullen
Half a Dozen Housekeepers
K. D. Wlggln
Eight Cousins ...... Louisa Alcott
Hiawatha Primer .... F. Holbrook
Drums of Fore and Aft.R. Kipling
Cats and Dogs J. Johonnot
Homo Geography C. C. Long
Tho Gold Hug E, A. Poo
Aunt Nnbby's Children. F. II. Whlto
Calif. Hevlsed Header
Miss Toosey's Mission
i Author of Laddie
Thru" tho Looking Glass.. L. Carroll
A Wonder Hook N. Hawthorne
The Hub Hallads W. 8. Gilbert
Hluck lleauty Anna Sewcll
Allun the Hunter... Rider Haggard
A Wonder Hook N. Hawthorne
Toryhind Edith King Hall
Water liable Charles Klngsley
King of Oolden River, . .Hlack Hros.
Miss Dorothy Martha Juvaeu
The Little Lame Prince. Miss Mulock
Little Rosebud. , .Hcatrlce Hnrraden
The Pi luces and Goblin
, , George McDonald
Illuck lleauty Anna Lowell
Mouser Cat's Story: Hunny Rab
bit's Story; Drown Owl Story:
Nlckl Monkey's Story; Hilly
Goat's Storv; Towser Dog's Sto
ry; Quncky Duck's 8tory
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office, These ire the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
HEALTH CAMP MAY
Red Cross Discusses
The Treatment Of
Should n resolution, passed by the
local Hod Cross Society at n meeting
In Jmlgo Dolo's chambers yesterday,
bear 'fruit, the organization may estab
lish and maintain a tuberculosis camp
here. The resolution, directed to the
nntlonnl organization, is as follows:
"Whereas, tho 'regulations for
branch societies of the American Na
tional lied Cross' provide, In Section
12, that 'one-half of the gross recclpU
except as otherwise' specified.' for each
year, bo transferred to tho treasurer
(if tho general fund, 'to be credited to
lip society from which received,' nnd
whereas tills provision Is nn obstacle
to tho work of kee'plng up tho Interest
ot the people of this Territory In tho
work of tho Hawaiian Hranch and In
lis financial support; thereforu, bo It
"HoBol'vcd", That It Is tho sense of
tho Hawaiian Hranch of tho American
National Red Cross, that such regula
tions should bo modified so that all of
Hid receipts specified in the said Sec
tion 12 should remain with the raid
Dr. Wood mndo an excellent ad
dress on the necessity for having tho
Rod Cross prepared for emergencies
and showed, tn ensa of war or disaster,
what the field of the organization
would bo. Ho urged upon his hearers
Iho ncce'sllty for being prepared, and
knowing whore medical or surgical ap
pliances could be had In case of neces
sity. Ho also gave n brief talk on first aid
to the injured, nnd Impressed upon
his hearers the necessity fur common
sense In emergency cases.
While ho wns explaining how a por
son who has fainted should be treated,
one of his feminine listeners very ao
cqmmodatlngly fainted, nnd gave the
doctor a chnnce to seo whether or not
his remarks had borne fruit.
Major Wndhams, U. S. Army, who
was to havo read a paper nt tho meet
ing, wns unablo to bo present, but his
treatise wag read by Mrs. Wadhams.
Judge Dolo, who presided, spoke of
tho necessity of making somo change
In tho manner of handling the funds ot
tho local society, nnd It was nt his In
stigation that tho resolution wns Intro
duced and passed.
On motion of Mrs. J. R. aalt it was
decided to hnvo the President appoint
a commltteo of threo to look Into the
tuberculosis enmp matter and make a
report at nn early date.
Tho meeting wns largely attended,
and those present Bhowed a lively In
tdrest, not only In tho remarks ot the
speakers, but In the general work of
the Red Cross Society.
Tho Hawaiian band will irlvn n imi.
lie concert tonight at Thomas Square
commencing nt 7:30 o'clock. The fol-
lowing program wll be rendered:
Two stop Tho Coquctto Lnfort
(a) Vcnlclan Nights LucatonI
(b) That's Mo Plotromarchl
Unrn Dance Mousmousso Vivos
Selection Siegfried Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. or. by Dergor
Tho Kaiser Waltzor (new) ..Strauss
Uallad Eventide (now) Humo
Finale Hungarian Dance (now) ..
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
The farm near Princeton nn wlilrli
Grovcr Cleveland -often went rabbit-
hunting was sold to Davod P. Pick
ers, n New York merchant.
Whitney & Marsh
Sale begins Thursday, April 1st
Prior to stock-taking we will close out all our short
Wash Goods, Flannelettes, Woollens,
Silks, Embroideries, etc. -
Mr. C. O. Hockus, Huslness Mgr.
Evening 11 u 1 1 c 1 1 n , Hono
Dear Mr. Hockus: I take this
means ot thanking the Evening
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n through you, for tho
very pretty pin given to me as n re
ward for my efforts In the recent
Aa thcro was no second prize of
fered, this benutlfut token of the
Hulletln'B generosity will bo
doubly appreciated, because the
pleasure .of receiving a prlzo was not
Again thanking you for your kind
ness In this and other matters, I re
main, Very cordially yours,
LELA E. DINIO.AGE.
Nineteen hundred and nine.
Honolulu, H.T., March 27, 1903.
Tho E v e h I n"fe U u 1 1 o 1 1 n .
Dear Sirs: Thank you very, very
much for the souvenir you sent me.
It was something entirely unloosed
for, so enmo as a very pleasant sur
prise'. Although I did not win out in the
contest, 1 do not begrudge the time
spent in working for the Hullo
tin, and think It most thoughtful
on your part to reward us with a
small remembrance of our hard
Again, I thank the 11 u 1 1 1 1 1 n
for tho beautiful pin, which Is great
Mar. 2C, 1909.
llulletln Publishing Co., Ltd.
Gentlemen: Allow mo to nc
knowledga most gratefully tho beau
tiful Hawaiian pin sent as a token of
my work In your lato contest. Tho
pin was a pleasant surprise and will
always be to me an emblem ot the
royalty of friendship, for I appre
ciate keenly the work of my friends.
Again thanking you, I remain,
Very truly yours,
Mr. J, II. Howell, Honolulu. ,
Dear Sir: I am returning tho
subscription books and other blanks
which you sent to me somo time ugo,
W-l ' 'l ' L ..,! I-
and shall thank you again for your,
kind wishes during the contest, anil
I tender my thanks .also to my
friends and unknown ones who assist
ed In securing the 36,000 votes for
me. And to the luckywinners who
will sooner or later go to seo that
gay Alaska-Yukon Exposition I wish
them all the plcasantcst of times,
and Hint they wear with them the
pretty Hnwnllan smiles nnd return
safety homo to Hawaii ncl.
1IATTIE SAFFERY. i
Secretary H. P. Wood of tho Pro
motion Committee Is in receipt of tho
following letter, relative to the com
ing roso festival at Portland, Ore.:
"Mr. John Gill, now In Kllauea,
Kauai, Is our accredited representathe
in the Hawaiian Islands. Ho has writ
ten us that he will not be able to gl'o
the matter tho desired attention ami
that he has requested you to act fc'f
"We are going to hnvo the most am
ccssful floral curnlval ever held In tl
or any othor country. It will be
wonderful Mardl-Gras of flowers. We
are confident that wo will have more
than 200,000 visitors during thu week
of Jubilee, Juno 7 to 12. "
"Wo aro anxious to have our friends
of Hawaii with us upon that occasion
and In tho event that any of them come
this way nt that time, wo, will do every
thing In our power to make their visit
ono grand lound of pleasure.
"Our fektlval this year .will cost
more than 1100,000. WtJ'purposo giv
ing seven free, grand ami elaborate
parades. Not ono ot theso will cost
legs than 110,000.
"In a few days our posters will ho
ready for distribution and we will take,
pleasure In forwarding you a number
for display. In return for any favots
that you may extend to us vyo wllljlo
everything possible to exploit your
"Under sepcrato cover wo nro tend
ing you two souvenir booklets show
ing the pictures of tho floats in two
of our parados of 19C8.
"Hoping to receive any newspaper
mention of our Fostlval that you may
see In Honolulu papers. I.huvo tho
honor to subscribe myself,
'"Yours .verr truly,
"PORTLAND ROSE FESTIVAL.
"Geo. L. llutchln."
NEED NOT WAIT FOR
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