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BVEN1V0 BtlLUrriN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, PKII. Ill 1910
"-ST- fwwi!r7p! rw?w to .rev f rr
for Infante and Children.
What is CaStori?
C ASTORIA is ft hnnJc3H substitute fur Cnstor OIF,
Paregoric, Drop!) and Soothing Wjrnps. It tn
plcniant. It contnlna neither Opium, Ifiornhino nor
other Narcotic substance (Xarcofica stupefy). Its
age is its guarantee. It dcetrojt Worm? nud allajn
Feverlshncs. Et citreo Diarrhtca and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Conotipallon
and Flatulency. It asoluiilatet) tho Food, rcjr..lj.tca
the Stomach niul KovcIh, civiiijr healthy and ntmn!
sleep. Tho Childrcn'H Fan neon The ruo.hcra
Tho SI? , ZZJSrf-UL. " ' "tt evcrr -wroppcr
ignatnro of UA afry. S-C4cAX of ;;cmiinj Cntr2u
Physicians ftocommond Oac .'Sci.
" My pUati InvarlViljr traliu tho action of our
CatlorU." W.W.Tuutbb, !..,
"DorlrjoyniKllri; prtpllco I no- of ieTtnl
ctrai wbtro your Cag-.utLi n i p:c rUml and uaot
Ct. Louis, Ho.
"Tonr Cutorii, It ccrtalilj 11 , ;ro-.tcit trainl
for children I Lnotr cf. I injir to oilie: jho
ptlttwr vrcpartUuu tilch l lii npiil."
Kium Cl:y, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castcrla,
In Use. For'Over 30 Yearo.
Second Week of
. ' Bargains ;
TEEMEIIDOUS IlEDyCTIONS ON BH0KEN ONES TO EFFECT IMME
' . DIATE SALE
FINAL CLEARANCE OF READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL
, ' LADIES' BLACK SILK COATS
$ 4.7S Silk Coats S 3.00
7.60 " " 3.00
8.00 "" ' ....-:'..'... 4.50
8.50 " " 4.75
10.00 " " 0.50
24.50 " " 15.00
28.50 Black Silk Suit 7.50
CLOTH ETON COAT
Original Prico , $10.00
Sale Price 2.50
SHORT CLOTH COAT
, Original Price ...., $10,50
Sale .Price 3.00
Corner Tort and Berctanin
lij"-iM' hu M'"'.'fy.'.'3 i r i i i r -1 i r
Union - Pacific
Transfer Co'., Ltd.
t ntiturs curt "Piano Kori'KI-
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Intatulltatl CortOHCnJ.OCJ. Sttjoll, ""Wh,'
Acencv for Hawaiian Iland 1l3r hert 8t.. Honolulu.
nmaa cipUtn. t
pUtn. wtthnnl'fnruitf obllf .tk en tnjptrl,
9VtlifJ tat MM pvtiumt bMI UUh I uvt
Bo I .Ml
Ksut and Vo
WOOD and COAV"
If ycu use these c'cimtiodities icjclarly you will find it
to your advantage to buy from
Honolulu Construction & Drcying'Co-, Ltd.
1 Phonfe i281
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
On Fort Street below
"I an) yont Cvftoria ewi ' .ui t:a tuio ia a
famlSka Biro thin, tn ti d
y. w. jii.ii.u:, v. n
"Tm-rCa-tnrta laths JTt r Jn !,ii,-i'
for tMMrci aal ihi o&V c laj t . J rvw .
tactd." jjsh V.-wiTu."I f",
"Ih-rcO'nlTotirOi'irrlaM psrra'lvn In It
cnart cf clilMmi frr Jcara pant V.11I -nut l.-pl
cUtxt, and fal tndorec it ai n nfo irmdy."
SHORT PLAID COATS
Original Price $7.50
Sale -Price ...... '...i. ..,.-. 3.90
LONG BLACK AND WHITE CLOTH
Original Pries $20.00
Sale Price .'....' 12.50
SHORT WHITE SERGE COAT
Original Price ,-. .$11.50
Sale Price 3.90
GOODS NOW ON DISPLAY IN
Streets Opposite Fire Station . '
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k.w ar. M ,li,
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Oilcc Fort, below Merchant
Aro, the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND GRAFTS SHOP,
PRESIDENT TAFT IS
GETTING WORKlD UP
WASHINGTON', D. C, Feb. 17. -President Tnft Is becoming dls
rust cj with tho dilatory methods whlch'vnre, charnofurlzlng tho work of
Congress this session, nml In conference' .with Sectors Curler, Dover
IiIko nnd Iloruh yesterday ho expressed himself In no uncertnln tcrnm.
Tlio President Is vwy much dlssatlsfled with the .slow progress which
the administration hills nro making In tho Senate.
The postal savings bank hill Is giving the' President tho greatest
concom, ns this Is ono of his pet measures. Strong financial Interests
nro opposing tho passage of tlio hill, nnd niuch. time has already been
"Why don't ou push along the measures now beforo jou nnd re
deem jour party pledges? You move entirely too slowly," said the Pres
ident to Carter, llevorlUge and Ilorah. Tho Presldont 'exhibited extreme
Impatience in addressing the Senators.
TWO OH WASHINGTON DIE OF SMALLPOX.
TOUT TOWN3BND, Teh. 10. Two seamen of Jho cruller Washing
ton nrc dead of sninllpox and three others are In n serious condition.
CHIUAUO, l'el). 16. President Johnson of tho American League
w.ib today reelected.
She wearing tho handsomest 'cos
tutno nnd he wearing tho most lfand
eomo'"duds" will each rccelvo n
tfrlza of value on tho evening of
Monday next at tho l.lks' masquor
ado ball 111 tho Younc roof carden.
Two other prizes will be awarded.
ono for tho most cnpilcal get-up and
another for tho must original rig
out. Judges will bo rhot.cn from
among tho patronesses.
Tho masquerudo lull will ho tlio
leading featuro o'f tho carnival. A
scene of supremo Kae(y nnd several
hours of delightful merriment In the
icof garden wljl Join with tho ce'e
hrntloh Jn lllshop Park, where tho
'I.'ll.a' Tiall will ho ullto and nloud
with fun and eiilectalinient, to nuku
an extinVagauza of dimensions u:i-
In the yatfilovlile department will
he seen, oil both nights, the best ag
gregation of diversified talent lutto-
uueeu iiuiu luriiiinny jeurs, specially
transferred froiu the Orphcum by Joe
Cohen In honor of the Elks' big do
ings. Tlio big ball will attract hun
dreds nnd thcto will be thousands
"doing tho trail." The scene of tho
trail from (ho roof garden will ba u
sight to remember, nnd the various
.musical companies manifesting in
different places at one tlmo will
ikeep ptcjisuio at n high pitch. Tick
'ctB for tho ball aro on 'Mlo fn tho
jiow's stores, tho hotels (and by mem
bers ot I'.uuiom.
BLIND PIGS BOB UP SERENELY.
n. C. Peters appeared beforo tho
I.lquor I.lcepso Commission yester
day and made application for a
wholesale liquor llconso for ono Kn
w'ahnra at Honoullull.
, Tills requost caused tho tommls
blon to prick up Its ears over Uio fact
that a "blind pig" was being1 let out
of tho bag.
Mr. Petars In his argument en
lightened' tho board In aJovr facts'
pertaining to tho traClc in liquor at
Thp application for thoTfccnM for
Kawn'liarn grows put of the fact that
tho. Jnpancso at Walpahu nro selling
Honor bovond tho torrltorjr' covered
! their licenses, and Atlornoy' Pe
te rs argues thut such work can be
brought to an end by the granting
of n wholesale license 'to Kuwahara.
It was further disclosed that largo
quantities of liquor . havo been
chipped to ono Tnnaka af Walpahu,
which .havo bceu disposed of by him
notwithstanding tho fact that he has
The chargo against J. A. Sllvn of
Foiling liquor to uu intoxicated man
was brought up and threshed for n
while, with no results. Tho status
of what constitutes nn intoxicated
person was given tho benelH of the
doubt and tho accused was lot off.
5TOIT niJLLCTN ADA PAV
$1800 Larue House and Lot, about
75x75, on Webb Lane, near
King and Liliha Streets.
$6Q0 Four-room House and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several figh Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. E. B. STBAUCH
WaitT Building. 74 S. King St.
1 ;'!"l I J HB' 139.M?
They are exclusive in most .instances.
REPORT READ BY
A report ot the committee on leg
islation and public servants was read
by Chairman D. I.. Wlthington be
fore the Civic Federation estcrday
afternoon, and Is ns follows:
To tho Executive Committee of tho
Sinco tho lust annual meeting or
the Federation, a session of the Leg
islature has been held. Tlio result
Is n causo ot congratulation, In that
tho assault upon the excellent exist
ing liquor law by tho liquor Inter
csts, holding a control of the Senate
I by n combination between its Demo
cratic members' with Republican Sen
ators, who repudiated their party
platform in consideration of support
I from tho liquor Interests, while sue
IroDtful In the Senate, bwas defeated
in mo uincr nouso. mi
With local option in view, tho ns
toclatlon succeeded, In 190U, In
electing the lion, W. O. Smith to
the Senate; and, to effect this, 'they
endorsed a Democratic Senator, the
Hon. C. J. McCarthy, who pledged
himself publicly to local option, in
stead of local option term well
understood. In force all over the
country; meaning- ant election "Tct"
stated iiiriuds, undcr'ordlnary' meth
ods, to determine whether licenses
shall bo issued In a precinct fhro
wns introduced into tho liquor hill
which was passed a proislou which
provided for no election, but under
which the signature and tho- ac
knowledgment of the signature of n
majority of each of tho oteis on the
registry, whether voting 'or not; 'had
to be procured, n method ))vjilch' had
proveu meiiecuye in California and
In other States of the Union for1 rea
sons which nro obvious. ,
Wo think this association 'should
Mill ttaud for tho principle ot locnl
option. If It cun not bo obtained,
and the altcrnatlvo Is nn unrcgu
faicd and uureslrnlni'd saleof Intoxicating-liquors
'nB between i905 nid
1007( a prohlbltho law which will
Inevitably lead to a stringent local
option law Is tho best alternative.
Much of tho time of tho associa
tion In tho last 3 ear has been spent
on tho subject of tho coastwise Flap
ping laws. As yet, except In tho re
laxation of tho enforcement of tho
piovidlon for line, by Its .remission,
there has been no change in tho law.
So far as tho county', governments
are concerned, wo havo to -report
that, with tho exception tpt tho 13
land of Hawaii, the co'uiitfe seem in
bo administered as honestly us could
bo expected but extravagantly,
chiefly duo to the numerous unneces
sary offices which havo boon' cre
ated, Thcto seems to be general
satisfaction with tho county adminis
tration In Kauai, a fair amount or
satisfaction In Onhii and Maul; but
tho result In Hawaii Is very uinat
Isfactory to tho lover (of elllclout,
economical and honest' admlnlstia
tlon. It seems to us chiefly due to
tho lack ot Interest ot tho mora In
telligent clues ot oters, who mo
more engrossed in their business af
fairs than In public affairs. Thoro
Is no radical reason why as good a
county government should not bo
given on Hawaii us on Kniial.
Whilst tho administration of po
lice uffalis Is apparently free from
open graft, and In certain respect
has been satisfactory, there has been
n laxity In tho enforcement of tho
law. We call particular attention,
In this respect, to tho lack of nn
ndequato appropriation by the Legis
lature for tho enforcement of tho li
cense law and tho luck ot Intorest
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fit l-vi A v yfZ ?, mVhiiF
iv &fi&$ . sw!fattn&
on (ho part of tho police generally lu
the enforcement of that' law,
U. h. WITIHNOTON,
, It. 11. ANDUUSON,
Dated, Ilondlulu. FcblC, 1910. ,
Federal Aid Is Asked To
Stamp Out Liquor
At a largely attended meeting 'of
tho Civic Federation jestonlay aft
ernoon in the soclnl hall ot tho Y.
M. C. A., tho following resolution
wns cabled to J. CI. Woolley and Del
egate Kuhlo: "The Civic Federa
tion, believing Hurt prohibition can
be enforced more elllclcutly by Fed
eral (Turn by locnl authority, peti
tion Congress to submit to voters
ot Hawaii tho question, 'Do you .fa
vor prohibition of the liquor traffic
by Fcdornl enactment?' nnd requests
that election duto be set before next
After the minutes of tho previous
meeting had been read, President W.
It. Castle stated that tho liquor ques
tion would bo brought up for (lib-
cusslon and n copy of the ietolutlon
asking for Federal control bo cabled
Tlio original resolution was drawn. I
up and read by Itov, Dr. Scuddor,
pastor ot tho Central Union church.
Hut as sevetal amendments weio
niado to It, thcro was really very
little left of tho original resolution
by tho tlmo tho meeting bad termi
nated. Th6 original resolution ns drawn
up by Dr. Scuddcr was amended by
It. 11. Anderson, T.hls Included three
questions, viz., "Do you favor prohi
bition In Hawaii? Do jou desire!
prohibition to bo enacted through
Federal statute? Do jou favor pro
hibition by Territorial law?' To
this was added a request that the
women of tho Territory bo allowed to
vote nnd that tho election be called
beforo Juno.l, J. P. Cooko and Rev.
Olcson spoke for this resolution.
"M r. Pnnlfn utnfiul Hint ihnti lin
t.l..u .U UltUVI 0.UII11 MIU IIUI1D Mi ....
Scudder, he considered that tho rev-c-Tcnd
gentlcmnu was right, Uo had
made Inquiries and from Internal
rovenuo collectors nnd from others
ho hud come to learn that thcro wcro
at least 3000 alleged "blind pigs" In
Mulna and 1S00 lu Kansas, both pro
hibition States. Mr, Cooke further
statud that "Our local heglslatuio
does not nppo.il to me,"'
It. 11. Anderson staled thot "Wo
ought' not to enter upon n campaign
with u confession of vvonkuesa, nud
1 would recommend nn amendment
to Dr. Scuddor's resolution,"
Picsidont W. 11. Ctstlo said that
nm.. f .. iiHilnvalnml ,! ..fa... a n 1 '
Comes with the assurance that you
are correctly attired for any and all
"Alfred Banjamin's Correct Clothes
for Men and Young Men"
are 'the standard of fashion and
give the personal sense of confi
Hence that only perfectly tailored
clothes can give. We can show
you a large variety of styles and
of materials, such as All-Wool
Worsteds, Cassimers, Cheviots and
Mixtures; also Blue Serges.
$20, $22.50, $25, and $27.50
IX WILL MAKE YOUR MOUTH WATER JUST TO TASTE
Pot up in the new style crocks, and every crock guar
anteed. New shipment just in.
Ask your grocer for it
nent liquor dealer of this city, who
slated tint prohibition by local Leg
lalutuio would bo ridiculous. "I will
join you mlsblomrlcs In enforcing
tlio sala of straight liquor In placo
ot mixed liquor," so stated this liq
uor dealer to Mr, Castlo.
Mr. Clark said: "I came hero
thirteen years ago nnd I havo Been
more drunken men during tho last
ninety days in this city than during
the whole- of my long resldenco lu
Hawaii. I know a man hero who
Imports beer by the cnrload Into
these Islands, nnd ho calls himself a
Amongst thoso present wore no
ticed Itev. Dr. Scuddcr, Itov. D.bcr
bole, Dr. Wndmnn, 'p. 1.. Home, Ilyron
Clark,, Prof, Wood, Robert Anderson,
Mr. OUamurn, Dr. Whitney, a, P.
CaEtle. Dr. W, 11. Clarke, W. W. Hall,
Paul Supor, O. J. Waller, W. A.
Itowen, Kd. Tovvse, Prof. W, A.
Ilrynn, llov. Olcson, J. p. Cooke, It.
11. Anderson, D. I.. Wlthington, Itov.
J. T. Jones, Mr. Clark of Wnhlawa,
J. A. Hath. .
Immediately nflcr tho meeting of
the Civic Federation had been ad
journed, a meeting of tho Anti-Sa
loon League was held. Tho chair
was occupied by Hev. J, T. Jones,
president of tlio Anti-Saloon League.
The session was a brief ono, ns many
of tho mcmheia of tho Civic Fedeia
tlon are members of tho Anti-Saloon
League and wero familiar with tho
The mark of the highest-grade
dentifrice, the standard in every
country in the world, is Sozodont.
It will not tarnish gold work or
scratch the enamel. A perfect,
dentifrice the one for you.!
It is very convenient for the
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
kpnsslug ot Dr. Scudder's nmonded
resolution. It was unanimously re-
tolved that the resolution ns voted
upon by tho Civic Federation bo ca-,
bled to Washington. With a voto
of thanks to tho chair, tho meeting
F0RTUQUESE TO 00 BACK.
Thcro aro flvu PortugtiCBu on theso
j hiamls who havo no nomo, no place to
go, not oven to the country they camu
fiom, nnd what to do with them Is n v
puzzlo to tho Territorial Hoard of Im
migration, which has them on Its
hands for keeps.
Tho women of tho party aro afflicted
with n disease called favus, which lnra '
them from being placed ou any ot tho
plantations here. '
Tho Clovemor of tho Island from
which they camo lias stated that ho
will not allow them to laud If they
aro returned, Tho Hoard is going to
tako n chunco, however, and send them
back with tho bono that tho Governor
will tako them back.
f LET THE FEET GROW
. STORE. '
ho lind been Interviewed by promt
nrgmnenta that had preceded
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