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tSVEtflNO utfLLEfiM, HoN'dLULU, f. if., Mon'dAV,. fei'i. 5s, lfjifl.
ALL SHADES AND STYLES, IN
IN ALL WEIGHTS, SHADES'AND
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, AT RE
IN THE LATEST SHADES AND
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500 Pieces of Dress Goods
COMPRISING- Or LAWNS, PERCALES, REP, MADRAS, DOTTED
SWISS. PIQUES, ETC.
4000 Pieces of Lace
COMPRISING OF VALENCE NES. MECHLIN, TORCHON, IRISH
CROCHET, CLUNEY, NORMANDY, POINT DE VENIO, ETC.
6000 Pieces of Embroidery
ALL WIDTHS FROM 1 INCH TO A ITIL ILOUNCr, INSER
TIONS, READINGS AND ALLOVERS.
THE NEW STOCK OF WALKING SKIRTS ARE SPLENDID
GOODS. BLACK. WHITE. GREY AND BROWN " VOILES. COLORED
CLOTH SKIRTS AND WHITE SERUE SKIRTS. CUT AND TAILORED,
SAVE MONEY AND GET VARIS CY HERE.
Fancy Goods Department
OUR STOCK IN THIS DEPARTMENT IS OF THE HIGHEST OR
DER, ABSOLUTELY BRAND-NEW, AND EVERYTHING FASHION DE
MANDS. ELEGANT COMBS, COMPRISING OF FANCY BACK AND SIDE
COMES, L'ANDOS, AND JETS OF ALL SORTS AND DESCRIPTIONS.
OUR NEW LINE IS A GRAND LOT OF GOODS, COMPRISING OF
LACE WAISTS. TAILORED WAISTS. SILK WAISTS. LAWN WAISTS,
MADE BY PEOPLE WHO KNOW HOW. STYLE AND FIT ARE PERFECTION
GREAT VALUES. BIG 'ASSORTMENT. BEST EVER SHOWN IN
BUY YOUR EASTER HAT NOW.
OUR TRADE IN THIS DEP.ITTJIENT IS GROWING EVERY DA7. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
SOME VERY ELEGANT CREATION'S FOR OUR EASTER TRADE, AND CAN PLEASE THE MOST FAS
TIDIOUS IN STYLE AND T"10E.
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT
IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT WE HAVE 500 PAIRS OF WALK-OVER SHOES, WHICH WE PUR
CHASED AT A REDUCED FIGURE OWING TO THE FACT THAT THEY HAD BEEN MADE FOR OTHER
PARTIES WHO HAD NOT BEEN ABLE TO TAKE THEM. WE WILL CLOSE THEM OUT AT $3.00 A PAIR.
Men's, Youths', and Children's Suits
We have the Largest and Best Assortment of Suits to be found in Honolulu and the reductions to be made on them will put
them in reaoh of every one. Patterns, Styles and Fit oan not be beat.
L B KERR - CO LTD iake
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FREE WES F
JO BE SELfllED
at Subscribers Should
Specify About Their
. V o t e s
It Do you know n married worn- Jt
II. an or widow who could cam- 51
bo something entirely now' tho way
of ii. iiior votes this year' and candl
dales siiul tlio.r fi lends mo advised
to wntch tlio 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 u carefully for
they are aiit to miss a big bunch ol
Of courso the bust, way to secure
votes Ig going to bovby securing BUb
tcrlptlons and renewals from friends,
I'itt don't forget to wntcli every lssuu
1 W H pitently act as a chnpernno tor !! of tho llullotln foru surprisingly
ftt a party of young ladlca for Mx it laigo amount of free votes,
;: weeks this summer, whllo trav- Bonut Vote T'iik
:-lln In Yosemlto Valley and CalU Tlne . b
Wila? So.no lady Is to bo ic- II (,ua h , 0,
,lectcd. She will bo paid at tho . .. . , t .
It; letted. She will bo paid at tho
JVrato of fifty dollars per month it
tr.whllo away. Consider tho ma it
JS' Irons yon know and Bend In ono it
It-'nf their names to tho D u 1- ii
JU o 1 1 n. I'.y dolus1 so this "week ii
'JteliB will reenro thrco thousand it
tj'fieo voles l.i the Popular voting w
Idea that because Ilio plan of conduct'
Ink' tills year's contest Is fcomowhnt
like that nf lust year ihnt the bonus
oflers will bo the same. If bonio of
the candidates wait for big offers by
thinking this, they tiro going to bo
badly disappointed. Tho Hill let In
Is going to havo ono big bonus offer
for tho Ktart of this vpto-gcttlng canr
tltamtost to bo conducted by tlio it ,,.,i , ii,,. o, ,,;. ur. ,,,
:;'ii u 1 1 e 1 1 n 10 seiuci mo pun)
itfaud tho clmporone. At tho Bamo ii
Ultimo you may nominate i.onio it
fi'-ynung lady lor tho trip. All ex- it
it purses sudi as transportatloq tt
tlami hotel expcn.'o for tho six it
Mweskh uro to bo paid by tlm ti
tttll u 1 1 o 1 1 n. It corts you. nothing it
iS'to make tbe nomination. Why Si
It not dot It now?
jJVlicn money Is sent In on subscrlp
'JJoas mid It Is desired to get vol 3., for
m'mo cindldato In tho II ul lot In' i,
I'opular Voting Contest, the namo of
I lie candlduto' must bo glvip. No
It will hnve nnother. Don't prlmo your
relf with a false conclusion by think
ing that you can tell' Just what tlio
present contest manager Is going to
do by compaijbon wtli the past per
lontico of tlie lact contest manngor.
Uou't Walt, But Work.
Tako ndvnutago gf tho vote often,
us thoy ate nude, nud don't count on
any rpeclnl oto-gettliig bargains, un
til you see tlicni announced. There Is
a sccrot about offering Iranua votes
that Is bounded by dlffeivnt rules with
eiery contest manager and If you will
tako this tip and act on the flist otfer
niailo you will get the advantage, not
friend has been nominated, you should
"not delay about hcuding In a nomina
tion becnirjtt jou think some ono else
has nominated tlio lady. Tho right
Fplrlt about tho matter was shown by
the frlciHls of a popular Kohala candi
date. Fvo nominations for this young
lidy were received by the Manna Kea
mat). While ono was nil that was
needed, tho four others Ehowcd.her
stim-llng among her friends and tho
content manager considered tho four
last nominations seconds to her nomi
nation. You show your belief In a
candldato when you send In nomina
tion ballots. It may Increase- tlio con
test mall n bit, but tho contest man
ager is willing to do his part toward
reducing tho postal deficit. Will ypu
do yours and at the samo time scburo
tho thrcp thousand freo votes?
Nomination ballots VIII l)e found In
nnother -column of this paror.
THE DISTRICTS ARE A3 FOLLOWS
District Jo. 1 includes t)io city and
County of Honolulu,
DIrtrlct No. 2 Includes tho County
Dlstilct No. 3 Inclu.los tho County
District No. 4 .Includes the County
Don't forget the candidates foi
chaperone are eandldatei-at-large.
You may take tho trip uny tlmo you
(hooso, singly or In groups.
VOTES ON SUBSCRIPTIONS AL
LOWED AS FOLLOWS
Ono mouth's subscription to tho
i: v e n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub-
rnlv ff n irortit titttrt lull nu immp fnlnj
rJte em,pons wl;l leayo this omco un- f(jr ng m(o la ng w'u get
during tho colli o contest.
less filled out. It Is not necessary to
,,caisl the votes when they aro Issued
liutilt Is Imperative that tho coupon
thaw for whom the votes nro to bo
qast. On this account readers must
bear In mind (hat thoy veto for both
ri.trlp rontestfiit, anil a chiiperono and
they must, specify both candidates or
they will os,o a part of their lotos.
jHe' First Votes.
'lhu lirsi., votes will uo issueii nu
Will Be Announced.
Tho contest manager Is not going
to toll you now whut this bonus offer
Is, but It will bu announced soon.
Wntcli for It.
This Is tho 'last week to get thrco
thousand freo votes ns a bonus for
a camftdato when first nominated. Of
VillU lirSl.- VOieH Will UO ISSUl'll nil m .at,umaiu (HJH llfal iiutiiiliu 11-11. ut
Monday, March Ctb, A,nd at tho smo' roursnly,- one' of thoso nomination
,UNie, voting cousins will bo printed In ballots will count for three thousand
sure tuut u cerium
tlieyUullotln. There 13 going to votesTibo s
rcrlptlcn, 108 votes; nuw subscrip
tion .125 votes.
Tlnee months' subscription to tho
livening 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n Old sub
scription 350 votes; now subscription
Six months' subscription to tho
Evening II u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old sub
scription. 800 votes; now subscription,
Qntf year's subscription to tho
Evening Dill lot In Old sub
scription. 2000 votes; now subscrip
tion, 2500 votes. .
. Five years' subscription to tho
,Kvonlng Hullo tin Old sub
scription, 15,000 votbs; now subscrip
Ono year's subscription to the
Wookly Dullot(n Oil .uhe-li-tlon,
100 votes; now imbscripflon 125
Flvo years' Bubsciliitlon to the
;Vookly 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n Old grilicilp-
tion, 125U votes; now tMibrclfptlou,
'JdOO votes. i
THE PRICE OF THE DAILY AND
WEEKLY BULLETIN IS
Ono month's subscription to tho
B v o n I n g Ii h 1 1 o 1 1 n, 75 cents.
Thico montl.b'' subscription to tho
Dvenlng Dtillotln. f200.
Six months' subscription to tho
Evonlng Dill lot In, $1.00.
Twelve months' 'subscription to the
E von In g .in lie tin, J6.00,
Klvo yoars'- subscription to the
Evening Hullo tin, $40.00.
Ono year'r subscription to tho
Wookly Bulletin, J1.00.
Five years' subscription to tho
Wookly Bi'llotln, $5.00.
YIELD MUCH GOLD
Diamonds M:o Dscovercd Dy Pros
pectors; American Capital Urged
to I me st. ,
WASHINGTON, Fob. 5. Gold and
diamonds havo been discovered In 1-1-bcrla,
about 30 riilles from the coast,
according to a roport to this govern
ment by Chargo d'Affalres Oeorge W.
Kills, of Monrovia. In his report tho
"The discoverer called at this Consulate-General
with a quantity of tho
metal, which he had obtained near .tho
rcttlcments, together vlth photographs
showing himself and natives at work.
Ho nlso had a diamond In tho rough,
found In the samo section.
"Tho discoverer ffas.been engaged
for tlio last seven months In gold
washing In Motsorrado county, about
70 miles from Monrovia. Tho gold has
been recovered from tho beds of small
rtreams, although tho dlscovorcr has
located tho metal In tho larger streams
In 13 days, at a cost of about $13, lie
rccured $57.00 worth of gold, accord
lug to his submitted statement, ami
will skilled labor nnd up-lo-dnto np
wlth skilled labor could bo greatly
Increased. Thnro would seem -to bo
Just now nn opportunity for American
capital to enor this phase of tho de
velopment of Liberia, as Europeans
are pressing hard to get all tho mining
rights of tho republic,
"Say!" remarked tho fat man ns ho
entered tho moat emporium, "I al
ways thought you wero a friend of
"Well," rejoined tho butcher, "what
rearnrMmva you for thinking other
"llecauso." explained tho fat man,
"you gave mo.a.terrlblo roast yester
BIRTH DECREASE IN
Race Suiclda Is Alarmingly Exposed
By Compail.-Q Present Wl'h Pact
German Ltatlstlclans point In alarm
to the di'ci casing birth rule, most
plainly Observed In Berlin, nnd a pro
nunclamento against "race biifclda,"
such ns c.vl'rcsldcut Itoosovelt hurled
at tho American people, la expected
liom nmpcior William, says tho New
i York World.
j In England tho discovery of Ger
many's daugor. will come ns u groat
, roller, ror ono of the main arguments
of tho nuitutorR durlnir tho war KruriN
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in England hag been to polntjout that
, the Gorman housewife Is providing
teven children to tho English wires
Ab far as Berlin Is concerned, thoro
can bo no doubt that tho situation Is
i-orlous. Every -yoar shows a decreas
ing birth rato. In 190S tlio total fell
to 51,030 lro'm 53,899 tlio previous
In 1898 tiventy-nlno children were
born for ovory 1000 or population
whereas In 1908 the rato had decrease.!
to twcnty.four. In 1878 tho birth rate
wns over, forty-four to the thousand,
Another Btartllng fact Just' brought
to light Is that In 1878 every fourth
man led woman bore u child; In lbub
In ten years tho lllegltlninto births
havo increased out of all proportions
to tho natural Increase of population.
In looking for an explanation some
Investigators libmo the hnrd times.
Othors say the Berlin married women
show growing dislike to largo families.
Don't forgot to nend tho list of
dally resolution with eelf;snrrlflce.
If tho big guns In the Industrial
world wunt national corporations 1
the small pistols may well tremble
ns thoy look around and wonder It
nny powder 1b being kept dry' foe
Let tho committees nnd tho. in
vestigators keep up tho good work.
If thoy can Bcare the eost of liv
ing out of a few cents' ndvanco they
will not havo lived und wrought and
talked loud In vain.
WHITNEY & MARSH, L(d.
Begins Tuesday- Next, March 1st
Great Sale of
hi Values up to 60c; OCP VSkVA
Reduced to -'' J",M-
Wn wouldn't know that somo pen-
! ti-xl evar lived but for tbolr oblt
u.iiUh In the papers,
fW BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Dr. Cook's failure to pay his ste
nographer was especially repr'oh.ens'l
blo. S'm was oneof his chlof nasi; t
nnts In J'cllmhlni" Mount M.cKln'ley
and "dlVovoilng" tho North VaU ,
Whonii youth begins to kow wild
oats It Is tlmo for father to start
tho thrashing machine.
Ladies will find our stock aijd assort- g
mentor " .n
I quite as good as any en the mainland
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
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