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200 STKAW HATS, formerly $1.75,
$2.00, and $2.5Geach, now
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merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
now $1.50; 1.75, and '$2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA H ATS, all Jhapes,
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L. B. KF.RR & CO.,
Nominees for Chaperone Candidates-At-Large
Mrs. Capt. A. S. Soule Honolulu
Mrs. A. K. Notley Honolulu .'
Mrs. Zcave, Sachs' Honolulu .' .'
Mrs. W. J. Cooper Honolulu
Mrs. De la Nux, 1071 Kinau St. . . . Honolulu
Mrs. E. A. Jacobson Honolulu
Mrs. Heapy, Kaiulani Home Honolulu .;,.'.
Mrs. Joseoh Schulmeister . . .' Waianae
Mrs. J. K. Notley, 265 Kukul St. . .Honolulu
Mrs. Alice Laintr-Haywards. ...... .Ewa
Mrs. Helen Siemson Hilo
Mrs. Chas. M. King Olaa '
Mrs. R. T. Forest Hilo
Mrs. Bessie Clinton Honokaa ...
Mrs. William Watson Hilo
Mrs. H. R. Bryant Kohala
Mrs. Carrie Scharratt, Xailua ....Waimea a
Mrs. A. G. Curtis Kurtistown
Mrs. Edward Weight Papaikou ....
Mrs, W. H. C. Campbell. Piihonua. . Hilo ....'.
Mrs. Henry Blake Koloa' i . . .
Mrs. Henry E. Abbey Anahola
Mrs. K. Tf anagihara Kilauea
Mrs. Wm. Kruse Wahiawa
Mrs. Ed. Daniels Lahaina ....
Mis. MacDonald, Lahainaluna .... Lahaina .
Mrs. W. W. Wescott Puunene
Mn. Bcrrs, Puunene Hospital .... Puunene
Nominees for Trip Contestant
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Margaret Brown, 1054 Kinau. .Honolulu
Miss Sophia Wittc, Ehlers & Co. . . .Honolulu ,
Miss Rebecca Macy waialua
vliss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ha- ,
ternity Home Honolulu
.iliss Marion Wripht Honolulu
Miss Lei De Freis Honolulu
Miss Sophie De la Nur, 1070 Kinau u.
I!ss Beatrice Taylor, Hawaii Pro- i
ir.oUo.i Ccmmittc; Honolulu
'fits Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana-
Uriuru .. Honolulu
liss Flora Cheney, May & Co Honolulu
.liss Mary Achurk Honolulu
itiss Honey Voss Honolulu
iiss C iriic Dreier Honolulu
.liss Adch Wickg .".. Honolulu ...,
Iiss Gietchen Falk Honolulu
.iss Iliac Wicke .......... .v. . .Honolulu
Iiss El.'tabsth Uatot ........... .Honolulu
liis Anuis lucker Honolulu
lis-, Rose Amia Honolulu
.diss Elsie Saunders Honolulu
tfiss Beraice Dwight Honolulu
Miss Pauline Evans Honolulu
vliss .ncn'c Fantjelinan, Palm Cafe . . Honolulu
Jisg Carrie Crewcs Hondlulu
Miss Lady B. Turner Honolulu
Miss Ethel Angus Honolulu . . . ,
A'.ti Annbellc Low' Honolulu
ilisj Alice Green Honolulu . , . , , ,
Miss Mcry Dias Honolulu ...,...'. ,
Miss Ethel Ludwigsen Honolulu . . , , ,
.Miss Emma Baker Honolulu ;....,
Miss Emma French, Sachs' Honolulu
Miss Sybil Mclner.iv. 245 School St. .Honolulu ,
Miss Lucy Kopa, 915 Prospect St. . .Honolulu
Miss Mary Ann Aki. Fort St Honolulu . . .,
Miss Emma Sasaki, 1437 Auld Lane. Honolulu
Uis3 Lucy K. Earbcr Honolulu
Lillian Akina, C47 Mokakauea St. .Honolulu
Miss Malia Sakuma, Oregon Block. .Honolulu . ,
Miss Hacmi Lazarus Jfearl-tity ..
Miss Ccllie Luru Honolulu
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Helen Watson Hilo
Miss Bertha Clark Kohala Seminary
Miss Wilhclmina Weight , Papaikou
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou. . . .N. Kona . . . ,
Miss Lizzie Macy, Waikaumalo. . . . N. Hilo
Miss Kate Sadler Hakalau
Miss Katherine Clark Kailua
Misi Louisa de Harne Kohala ".
Miss Ailccn Rickard Honokaa
"Iiss Alice Hattie, Kohala Hilo : .
Miss Emma Akamu Hilo .....'
Miss Mary K. Keawehano Hilo '.
Miss Rose K. Nalima Hilo
Mis Louisa Hapai Hilo
Hiss Hattie Battery Kokuihaele
Mies Mary Arakawa Hilo
Miss Mary Nailima Olaa
Miss M. Hose Pahala . .
Miss "Emily Ewaliko Hilo
Miss Queenie Scharratt, Kailua. . . .Waimea ...'...'.
Miss Annie Kai Hilo '
Miss L William Hilo
Mary H. Kawcwehi Keauhou
Hits Kuulei Hapaii Hilo
Miss mnie Aiu Kailua
Miss Annie Hattie Hilo '.
Mi:s Trinnie Mtrcos Pahoa ,
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Mits Agnes Piener Paia :
Miss Nnc-y Aki Lahaina ,
Miss Daisy Apo Lahaina .
Miss White .TT Lahaina .
Miss Nancy Cummins wailuku". ."
Miss Rcholtz, Circuit Court Waibaku l . . . ,
Miss Lily Aki Kanpo ,
Mm Mary Marciel Kahakuloa
Mies Marv Kroo, Kaunakakai Molokai
Mhs Waiholo Lahaina
Miss Forah Cockett Lahaina
Mis3 Lyda Crickard Tuunene
Miss Joinfe Hanson WaUuku .'
Miss Carolyn Scholtz Wailuku
Miss Florence Ho Lahaina ;
DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Polly Elliot .Eleele
Hiss Kittle Maage Wahiawa
Miss Alice Al .. Lihue
Miss E. Dowd , . Hanalei '.,....
Miss Aloiau Kanaa
Miss M. Kaiuniai Waimea
Miss W. E. Holt Makaweli
Miss Jfeal Kealia
Miss Annatelle Mundon Kttpaa . .r
Ono of the Dcinosrit of the cltv'
remnrkoit this morning I'm In iml
Ing ovor tlio list nf Itcpuhhc'". pro
duct sccrotarles lin niutcl n !nrg-
number of olTIco llolilr?, It- 'ml I
to Irtiow whether when people ml'nl
at tlio offices of thena nfllco li lblln,!
secretin los to sign n picclnct mil Hip
work wan ilono on tlio tlmo of tlio tnx
pnjors, or after l'ouis.
Sp"n allfRCl "pnl lean" plajcra who
i.pio ifilliorcil In on Mlllia street on
Piitnnlny nliiht by McDnfflo mil parly
nppoauM) In ronit tills ninrnliiK niH
C P ChlllliiKivoitli rpreenli.'il tiiuu
'I ho mum w.ir nlln-il tci lis phi1 In
' ".I liu-lcadel iIiioih mil llieiefuio
ll.o cJnyjp was Iflhl nmlor Act 41, Tlio
cnfcH oi'e nil hpiU oer till TliurFilay
ON BIO ISLAND
All Would Be Candidates
Are getting Ready
s For War
Tlio politicians of Hawaii, particu
larly the. Republicans, nro waiting for
something to drop? They know of their
lack of harmony, and unfortunately
for them, at least, for the present,
they cannot get together and work
for common good.
The Democrats aro better organized.
They aro woftclug together for tlio suc
cess of their party. Thcro Is no ap
parent discord In tho party, oxcopt
perhaps slight differences, which they
themselves aro ablo to remedy.
The Home Rulers aro watching the
political game with a great deal of In
terest. They seem to think thnt it the
Republicans do not harmonize their
differences pretty soon, they will bo
ablo to Influence, a certain number of
tho Republicans to Join their party.
Tho Labor party, on the big island
seems to be dead.
According the, to the general opin
ion of the Hawaiian voters on Hawaii,
it Is qulto possible that T. K. Lalakca,
the county treasurer, and C. K. Me
Quire, the auditor, aro certain of their
re-election, provided, howover, they re
ceive the nomination of their parties.
W. H. Decrs, tho county attorney,
John K. Kill, tho clerk, Sam Pua, tlio
chcrift, arc somowhat uncertain about
bticcccdliiK themselves. At least, tho
otcrs Bay so.
Republican candidates are experi
encing somo pillkla through discord
between themselves nnd their sup
porters. Some of the old politicians claim
that tho joung ones lack proper
Judgment In political matters. Owing
to these differences, the Republican
workers are divided and harmony will
not prevail until some political guid
ing hand takes tho helm.
The Democrats, with David Ewaliko
the shining light, aro holding their
ground solidly. They have held nu
merous meetings at which their future
prospects politically aio brighter to
day than they were a fow months ago.
Tho Homo Rtt us aro not discour
aged. All aloiiK tho Kau-Kona coasts
they aro waiting for action. Ono of
tho staunch Democrat i nnd a leader
of his party in Kona, u ho did not want
his name mentioned caid that 1.4
'would give his surpott for the else
tlotf of Prince Kuhlo for Doles ite ti
Wm. M. Keolnnul, a Homo Ruler
and tho first successful candlduto for
sheriff of Hawaii, 1st out ugalu for n
match ofyjuscf-ivar. His probable
and pObBlbla opponent l I be Sam
Pua, the present ihcilft of Hawaii.
"I will iii.i pgul:i for tho offlco I now
hold," Bill T. K, I.alake.i when Inter
viewed hi his ofllce by the U u 1 Tu 1 1 n
"Of courco, some people asked mc
to glu up my position for a young
man; but In this regard, 1 told them
to lenvo It to the voters, 1 bollove
tho voters aro tho best Judges to de
cide this question. If'l am nominated
iiy my paity 1 will run anyhow, re
3 u dies oi tho advlco of other peo
ple). C. K. McOulro tho auditor "I nm
ready to run ngntn for this smna posi
tion. If 1 am nominated by my party
As to my success or failure, It Is up
to the voters to decide on tho election
Wm. H. necrs, tho county attorney
"Whllu I do not enro to say anything
as to my candidacy for tho ofilco of
county attorney, I am willing to leave
tho question to my "party. Should 1
bo fortunate enough to get the nomi
nation I will run again."
Sam Pua "Well, It is up to the
party to cither glo ino tho noiiilnj
tion or nut. I um willing to tun
again. If uomtuatud by my party. I
cannot bay what tho majority of I ho
otors arc pnjlni? about ni) ndmlnls
trutlon. I belluo, however, that 1
havo done my duty tho best I know
how under the clrctmutunceK."
John K. Kn, cleik "If tho party
gives mo tho nomination for tho com
ing diction, I will run jg'iln. My
chances, It seems to uo, uru bright. '
Wn,i. M. Kcolanut, H. R c.in.lUlolo
for Fherlff "I nm getlliu r-nry lor u
campaign. I am a canlidat-) for iho
ofilco of sheriff. rf think I cun miKe a
better and moro deciflve flsiht this
year than I did last. I havu no ill
statement to make agaliibt Sheriff
David Ewaliko. Dem. cnmlldnto for
clerkship "If my party sees fit to give
mo tho nomination for tho position of
clerk, I will run again at the coming
election. Should I fall to get tho nom
ination, I will tnke n back soat, and
attend to my private business."
Charles H. Swain, tho Deputy Dis
trict Magistrate of Hilo, is also an
aspirant for tho poltlon of cnuntv
tiensurcrship. Ho Is a Republican
nnd should ho get tho nomlnntton he
will oppose Lalakci, who Is rousldei
oil tho most dllTidilt man to beat at
1 "bkeVs strength. It Is said. Is
Hiscl) due to his great woalth. which
nrroullng to Iho estimation of tho Ha
wnllau otriH, Is Die pilnclpil thing
which should cnlllln him to tho con
fidence of tho community. Ilia jcnily
WH1TNEV& MARSH, Ltd.
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WOULD HAVE BEACON
Build Lighthouse On The
Wantlug a beacon light of some
kind, the Japaneto fishermen in W'ul
nlua recently elected u tall struc
tiuo, intended for u lighthouse ut
the entranto of Aunhulu landing,
which Is dlicctly iiiakal of tho Ha
ft'ho structuie, which ,1s about 24
feet In height, stands right on the
ui'.tnu.iu to Anahiilu landing. It is
a wc'cik'ii building, und would havo
ueou completed had not Oscar Cox,
ho deputy sheriff of Wnialua, told
tho Japauuc fishermen to wuit until
he licnid fioni tho proper authority,
presumably the federal government,
winch had cIiiurb of the lighthouses.
Cox, when s.ucn.ycsteii3ay, stated
that ho ljnd wiltten to District At
totnoy, IllHCkonu about the proposed
lighthouse of the Jiipancce In iWal
uluu, uud van waiting for nil an
swer. In the mcnntliiio tho .Tnpi
neto have stopped working on the
building until they receive moVe def
inite .Information from Cox.
Cox remarked further that nsr
as ho knew theie was no Jerrlto-.
rial statuto prohibiting tho'Jfuon"
rentals. It Is said, ninount to not lesr
Chas. n. King, tho bchool Inspector
who h promlnoiitly mentioned by the
younger, element lis being the ni03t
competent man to hecome tho treasur
er of the county, has said nothing re
gardlng his attitude In tho matter. Ho
Mated to tho 'il u 1 1 o 1 1 n man that
tho tlmo has not enmn jot for him to
make n public statement.
During his tour of Inspection of
icbools on Haw nil in which ho war
nccnnpanled by the representative of
the il ii 1 ) n t f ii ho wm ropoitcdly
uiged h tho Hauallnn olcrs to run
for Iho olllce of tteasiirer. King who
Is very cat odd in such mattcis mado
no promises, hut simply thanked them
for their pror.ilicd suppoit.
of a flghthousc by a private partyi
Uut knowing thnt If that structuro
had been completed, and a strong
and powerful light placed In It at
night, It would have probably mis
led the captains of tho steamers,
particularly the vessels from foreign
countries, opoiatlons wcro sus
pended. The Japanese fishermen, when In
terviewed, Btated through their liij
terpretor, lkemuro, that they"wero
peifectly Ignorant as to. tho regu
lations regarding tho ifKhthoitseH.
They wcro' evidently of the rupln
ion, however, thnt they had a right
to put up a lighthouse at Anahulu
Inndlng for tho sure navigation of
their llshlng licet, which goes out
und comes In at night,
Ihemura, tho Intorpiotor, sntted
that he has served In the United
States navy for about twolo yoars,
und believed It was ngal.ut tho In
ternational laws for any pilvuto
concern to trect a lighthouse wtiii
out tho pci mission of tho govern
ment, wueiu It is Intended to bo
"YouKnew," contliod Ikcmuru,
"I nm not connected with tho flshoi
nioii's hul. 1 nm blmply uctlug aa
nn Interpreter, hoiause I can spc.il;
tho HngllBh langilAgo. I know any
now 'llghthoiue niust bo marked on '
a i hart, ro that tha captains of ves
sels may know It.-
'Of course, these people do not
know anything nbout tho laws ot
lighthouses," continued he. "When
Mr. Oscar" referring to Deputy
Sheriff Cox "told these people to
step bulld,lns, Jlie'y quit light away.
''"I know? niethlng nbout tlio
laws 'of every country, bocauso I
traveled on the United States 'war
ships! under many, many niJmlralB.
I knowiAdnilial Dewey, because I
wus on his flagship Olympin when
he nrcd.nll Spanish men-df-wur In
In order to avoid trouble that
might arise from the construction '4jf
a llghthciise ut Anahulu landing,
Iktinurn ndvlsed his friends tho fish
ermen to wnlt until t,hey heard fur
uier lnstruutlou fiom Cot.
Tllhe Amclcnn-n,iwnllaii fielghtor
Mexican Is schedn'od to sail from l'u
get SounJ poits on'Mnich 15th with
n large general cm so Intended for
Hnuallnn ports of qal). ,T)in vrjncl
tdiould nrrlvo hero on or nbout Mlrjdi