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EVENING BULLETIN, tlON6LULu, fc !.. M6M6AV, PEA, U. 1414'.
M a - - -- II alll II I 1- '
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Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This Mil
- Ladies' Muslin
Waists, Skirts, ,
2 Piece Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just,
received by the s.s. Alameda,
.consigned to us by our New
York agent: original cost, $12
each and will be on sale to
clear at $9.50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
at 8:00 a.m.
L B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
PRIZES OFFERED ON
At n meutlng of thu executive com
mittee on Moral l'urnde matters, com
posed ot Director Dillingham, Messrs.
Along, Frailer, Hughes and l.ylo, hold
last, 8aturilay, It was decided to oiler
the, following urlios (or nutos, floats
und bicycles: .u.iWdlH
Class A Large Touring Cars
(wheel-bane 111) Inches and over)
1st prlio, blue pennant; second prlzo,
led pennant r third lirlro, whllo peu-
Class D Small Touring Cars
(wheel-base under 110 Inches) 1st
prize, blue pennant; 2nd prize, rod
pennant; third prlio, white innant.
Class C Runabouts (cars with
not mora than one tumble-neat) 1st
prize, bluo pennant; second prize, red
pennant; third prize, white pennant.'
Bpcclul award of silver cup to best
all round decorated automobile open
to all three classes.
Hcrie Drawn Floats 1st prlzoj bluo
pennant; second prize,, red pennant;
thlid prize, white pennant.
Special awaid of slher cup to best
all round decorated horse drawn float
Auto FloU lt rrlzo bluo pon
nutit; in, piiiu; ted pennant; third
ptlzo, white pvnniint.
Special, award of silver cup to best
nll-tuiinil'decorutcd auto float, ,
Bicycles 't prize, $20; nd prize,
tlO: tlilrd u..d 5.
Souu'iilr banners, ribbons and
badges will be Riven lo schools, Are
department, pa-u riders, Inter-Island
,i In coco und military sections.
ROBERTSON 10 BENCH
(Continued' trom Pa 1.)
tiro nt being prcseilt to witness A, 0.
M, rtobertton become a United States
Judge. " I
Vit, was with fcotl.-'r'i of pleasure
and relief that I leu! nod that Judge
IioherUon was to become my col
lo.iguc." tnl'l Judge lXdo after Judge
Ilnbcrlsun had Liken lilt) teat besldo
"I feel that Judge rtobertson, has In
limit,., I Din flnn ludlrlnlTnimlltlna of
! his f.Uhor. who' ulco Hut upon the Su-
Jpicmo Bench of this Tuirltor' nd
t who was known for ft clear logical
"The community h to be congrntu-
laien. upon me nppininieiti oi lor,
Itobortaon," concluded Judgo Dole.
Judge Dole wiu followod by Unit
ed Statei pUtrlct Attorney DrecVuns.
wjio expressed his. ploabute nt tho ap
pointment of Judge Robertson, speak
ing In' behalf of all the employees of
the unitea states in tno Territory.
Dreckons Was followed by, W. A.
Kinney, who declared that tho rea30i
Judge .Ifobettfitn had received tho un
divided utiriKirt of the Har was be
caiijo ovorj- attorney know hi ';woul1
rnako cood au u Federal JihIku."
In reaponte, .Tudg,) ltobcrtson said
ho thoroughly Appreciated thu sentl
nifnts cxpiessod and fold that ho
felt lie could depend upon tho'sup-
jiwt ft 'hi' ba", Iln adderi that he
nan uiu pieasuro "i i-cmim u n-iujr
froui u Un'teu M.Ud Siuator llie oth
er ilav In which (he lur of Hawaii was
placed higher than uny.on ho main
Judgo K"licrtPon will try all Jury
ciflfs for tho present.
Anions tho lawyers present wero
Attornoy Oeneral Lindsay, E. W. Sut
ton, C. H. Hemenway, W. L. Warron,
C. AV.'ABhford, A. Lewis, J., W. O.
Smith, II. D. Anderson. Ai A. Wilder,
M. F. Trosser, C. C. Bitting, 8. F. Chll
llngworth, II, S. Mlddledltch, A. 8.
Humphreys'. C. F. Peterson? B. C. Pet
ers, W. J, Robinson, II. E. Cooper, II.
M. Coke, 15. A. Douthltt, J. Lightfoot,
C. K. Qulnn. W. B. MHverton, W. W.
Tliaycr, C. F. demons', C. II. Olson,
J. A. Macoon, T. M. Harrison, W. A.,
Kinney, Judge Andrade.-
DREDZR TRUST MUST
PAY TAX OF $10,840
(Pnntlnuait from Tajm 1.)
upon tho Morclso of that rlsht Is not'
considered to be tno equivalent or
taxing the property Itsrlf nnd there-
ion u may muuremiuiu ui i,itDPi,
According to nearness or nbBcnuo of
relationship of-thn beueficlnry without
Involvlns constitutional objections to
its fulluro to glvo unirorm protec'tonij
nf Inw nr t'ml It t.lllM lirOliertV wltll-'I
i ... j.. ...nna. .F l.w Ttt clntntlrr I
mil, ,IIU JliUViUOO M ," . i ,. ......
I fully concedes thin ioslt'ori but, n
I wo understand Mb nrsimenl. cUlms
that tho right to transfer pmyerty to
iler vIvoB1 by deed, grant oaloor gift
.for any lawful uuryaue or consldera-
tion In a natural right which cannot
bo Mtbjectijd to 'taxation on tho theory.
,of regulating tho exercise of a Btaji
,utory right and, under the constitu
tional provisions above referred to,
cannoillscrlmlnato one iierson or
clam from another.
Tho act troats transfers of proper
ty whon so made that tho beneficial
rights to bo derived from It rcrraln
.with, the transferror during nta; juo
tlmo and that the trnnsferroe or oth'
cm for whom he holds the property do
not have the use or' disposal of it un
til alter tha death ot th etransforrcr.
ns tho same In legal effect ns' they aro
able to got
Identical In substance with testament
ary acts," ""
WAIACB, Idaho, Jan. 12. h. W,
Brooks torttiy Is tho owner of-a "nows.
paper" as thorcsult of nlnylng a gamo
of plnochlo with Harry Moore. r
Both Mooro nnil I)rookn aro plnochln
rlovolcea. Ve'stcrday tho two friends
mot and decided to engage In their
To IncfeaBO their Intoront In tho
gamo, Moore' suggested that they mako
a wager on the result, and Moore or
fored to put up his' paper, tho "Divi
dend," a weokly mining paper, agamst
a box of cigars.
Mooro lout nnd living up to his ropu
tntlon ns a "true sport," today turned
his paper over to Brook's, '
' 1903, entitled,
3000-Free Votes 3000
IN THE BULLETIN'S CHEAT, DOUBLE POPULAR
PRIZES FIVE FREE TRIPS, FOR FIVE POPULAR
LADIES OF HAWAII, TO -YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
HE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOTS arc
mwd for 3000 FREE VOTES in the Evening
Bulletin's GREAT DOUBLE POPULAR-VOTE
nnuTF.RT vihich (mens SATURDAY. March S.
1910, and if clipped out and properly filled in. will entitle
the woman whose name appear thereon to 3000 Votes.
These coupons must be properly filled in, eivinfr the full
name and address and the district in which the candi
dates live, and must be deposited it the EVENING
BULLETIN oftlce on or before MARCH 5.
Each contestant is allowed only one of these ballots,
and if more than one appears for the same contestant, they
will be thrown out and not counted.
WW Remember, the contest opens SATURDAY, MARCH 6,
,1910, and those who intend proposing some young woman
. in this popularity race should do so at once. All you have
to do to enter someone of your choice is to clip this cou
pon from this issue of the 'BULLETIN and mail or
bring same to the BULLETIN office, and when the
first announcement of the names is made she will hare
3000 votes opposite her name.
You may, if you "wish, nominate candidates for
both a trip and Chaperone Contest.
Trip Contestant Nomination
Good for 3000 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
I hereby nominate as a candidate in the Even
ing Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Trip Contestant in District No. ,
i Miss ...... ., .'.!. .r -r- : ....' ..v
Nominated by .... ....,
Only the first nomination Coupon received for each
candidate will count for ,3000 totes. Fill out all the
lines of this coupon and mail or brinj to the Contest
Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. H. '
11 4 r 000 Votes
Ycu may, if you wish, nominate candidates for
both a Trip and, Chaperone Contestant. -
j Chaperone Contestant
.Good for 300(0 Votes until
5 p.m. Saturday, March 5th
hereby nominale as. a canfiidnte in' the Even
ing Bulletin's Double Popular-Vote Contest, for
Trip Chaperone, v
Onlv the first Nomination Codpon received for
each candidate will count for 3000 votes. Fill out all
the lines of this coupon and roiil or bring to the Con.
test Department, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. H. -
Address, all inquiri:s to
Manager, Contest Department,
, " Honolulu, T.H: ,
JAMES B. MC SW ANSON .will have charge of the con
test for the Bulletin.
OFFICE HOURS 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.; 3:30 p. m. to
4:30 p. m. v ..,-,
hoailng and determination" of
undor the Scrman anti-trust act, tte
Attorney-General cortlfled that (ho
caso wns Important, But that move
failed In its purpose.
wasiunujUjn, January i. un
a decision from tho courts'
As required by tho net, tho milt
Oovernmont now stands n good chance
ot seeing ono of Its trust prosecutions
die.. Thls'-iihtquo caso Is the suit or
advanced and tho four Judges of
Circuit Court presided over tho
hearing., -There wore, so many Judges j
that they could not agree. Conse
quently, May 21, 1909, they hnndqil
down nn order cortlfylog tho casojto
tho Supreme Court ot tho Unltg.-l
tho Government against tho Ternitnnl
Association, ot St. Louis and
railroads, brought In tho Clr-
In St. Louis In 1905 Tho
were charged with com
States for rovlow.
bluing for, .the, purposo of controlling
and restraining Interstate commerco
between tho statos of 'Missouri nnd
Illinois nnd other stntes and foreign
countries. A special oxamlner was np-
gosted to tho court that it dismiss
certificate. Ho pointed out that
roccnt opinion of, tho court It had
nny certification to ; or Uio
polnti);;yMiuJitotstlmony was taken I capo, ns wab dono In tho present caej
I... .!..? 1 urltlinnl Ann! InrlirmnM nn ilnnrru 'ftr
nn ondeavor to oxncdlte the I ordor determinative of the
uult. It Is fthired an anaesthetic was
administered to tho caso, from which
It may never entirely rccovor. Under
Iho act of Congress of February 11,
was nil attempt to confer upon
court original Jurisdiction.
Wli at further action will be
In thu Circuit Court remains
"Au act to expedlto tho soon.
"5 ii'Lk : .'
iaMmM!teiMmfo& - j.
In Whiter PiiiRo Blue, Ycilovv,
madf. and nicely trimmed,
REDUCED TO $4.00
Salebegins on MONDAY, the 14th
T "7Tu..ii. i.umU 1139 Fort St., Honolulu.
V iianoy im w.m r-.
I cut -. " '
If You Don't Know
T ' That .our soda are, the best to be had in the oity, it
Si because ;you hare .never tried them. A, trial mm will
onrbm yon tluVt (fn (he 'nymufaehire of toda water we
are in a euis dt ourtMrei.
Cuspidated Soda Water Works Co. Ltd.
JOHH BOHID1FX, Manager.
i.J.1 . I'.'-UU.
for every purpose are to be had here. Our perfumery
perfect in its fragranceand exquisije injit delicacy.
Every article for theburdoir toilet is to be had here.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
POET AND HOTEL STREETS
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Clapsy Gentlemen'' d Shirts ;
50 cents up to,$1.00 :.
SEE OUE SWELL- LINE OF NECKWEAB '
Styles are always correct when you get your'furnishings ft
'.L. AHOY, Nuuahu Street ;
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Nptice rS'o Custodiers
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT JOHN J. (JACK) MC
OUIBE IS NO LONQEIt IN OUR EMPLOY 'AND HAS NO
AUTHORITY TO SOLICIT BUSINESS FOR US. """
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