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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. If., SATURDAY, APR. 30, 1910.
W1LHMINA TO TAKE
,Will Return By The Same BoaJ
Leaving San Francisco August 31st
.THE HOTEU MANX
The Wtlliolmlna, the prldo of the
J.Iatsnn Fleet, Ihe new steamship re
contly liilt And placed on tlio llono
liihi.Hltii rim. Is tha Shin that will
tako tho Ilullrff lit Qontest Party)
.t California. .Tho Vn,vty. wl" leay0i
liprn nn lulv "flth. ttin Yln'nklmra hav-l
lug already been "iittcnded to whldlj
assures the members of the party of
Good Hta,lorooips, and tho name ot
the ship itselt in assuranco 01 nn en
,T)io party -will have many acquaint
tanccs aboard the vessel on this trli)
ns tho vessel Will carry to full pas
sengor capacity and moot of thos
who have Looked for this trip,. aro
.Island residents leaving iton .summer
vacation. The ,sl days' sea,, voyage
should proyo very pleasant, .as .the
iWllhclmlna has a largo social room
and promenade decks.
To Stop at Manx.
Upon arrival at San Francisco the
party will put up at tho Hotel Mnni
whoro plans are oven now being made
for their, reception and entertain
went when they roach there. Tho
Manx management was particularly
pleased to .receive tho commission
for housing this' party as they are
;vcry anxious to Incrcaso their Isl
nnd patrouagowhlch, ,hasb,dd such.
. a steady growth during tho pas
year, and especially since Albert Ar
rnl tho assistant manager was hord
in thosprlng. Mr. Arrol In a recent
lottdr stutcd that, he.wns going 'ca'st
(nr n ' ulinrt vacation but that ho
-would bo back In San Francisco be
fore tho Ilulletln Party arrived
there. Jn fact ho staled that ho was
taklng-hlH vacation early this year
In, order to bo ,suro of bolng at the
Manx whon the party reached there;
(Continuing ho- said:
"Even though 1 do say It, I bo
Hove If can arrango moro pleasant
nliin Iritis for the nartv than any one
connocied with tho hotel. I promls
cd yoip.to mnko these arrangements
-and Iwant to attend to tho matter
unrunmtiiv in addition to this Is ray
' hope (hat tho party will contain some
of my. Honolulu irienos. ou can
rout assured that anything that can
lie done .to advance tho' enjoyment ot
tho party while- In San Francisco will
bo arranged. As to tho hotel It !
... -..nt Ja.1I r9 Tulnml tint.
ronage' now and 'our guests always
express .themselves as gnllsned wim
Accdrdlng to tho plans now made
. tlie lju lie tin; Party will stop In
8ai F'ranclsco tho first wook after
urrlv.al' thoro, During .this week
itilu tVips will bo made to tho stato
university, iMt. Tamalpalfl, and tho
mint.' lii addition a thorough tour
of tho city will bo made which will
tako tho rest of the week. At the
ond of, that week tho party will start
far .Yosemlto Park, where live entire
.days will bo spent 'lit vlowlng scenic
wondbrs. Hoturnlng from there ex
cursions will bo made' to other parts
of the Stato and another week will
bo spont In San Francisco.
Tho U u 11 o 1 1 n Party will Joave
California by the Wllhelmln.a which
Balls from there on AK"8t 31"1' TlA
linmewdnl mil nromises in uo a mer
n' y '
j Vote for Trip Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
' Voting Contest'
district No. ,,. '
. h . .
Fill 'in name and district of your favorite candidate
and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
(Not Oood After Tuesday,. May 10)
ry oio. It was with difficulty .that
passage rould bo reserved for this
boat ns It Is at tho tlinn when nil tho
school Icachors are returning to tho
Islands in order to tnkn up their fall
terms of school, but the tour man
was 'Insistent and thebooklngs were ,
mado for this steamer, vriicre might
bo, a number of school teachers In
the 11,11 11 e.t 1.11 Party nnd tho 11 u,l-
lo,tln lu.iiiagepwnt wanted to bo
ahlo to .asituro .nil candidates .who
are teachers that they could, get .back t
In timo to take up thcro schools .at
the beginning of their terms.
Cjn Co Single Or In Groups.
iJt was necessary of courso to mako
these arrangements in advance pf
the close of the contest ,aud with
out consulting those who will con- I
stjtuto tho. party .as it Is lmposslblo
to, Know who the party menders will
be-, until after May 28th. In caso ono '
or moro of the ladles cannot mako
the trip at the tlmo the arrange
ments call for, provision has been
made so they can, go at an earlier or '
later 'date. Hut this year it Is going -
to-pa.advlsabio lor .all .the party to. go
at the same time as much' moro en
tertainment can bo provided when
they are traveling together. In caso
some lady Is elected. as chaperone
who cannot accompany the' main
body of the party, the trip can bo
transferred by the iwjuner, to some
one who will be acceptable as u
chaperone, Hut there Is ll(tlo prob
ability of this being, the caso, as most
of tho f'ontqstanu have arranged
ahead to tako. the trip when the rest
of thevparty g0osj v
41 t,5 s .J. .$ tJ"43 $$ 3s,cSj
IE MET!!! .TAIL
If Mr, Ualloy's comet's tall
Should lilt Hawaii a smash
'Twould sottlo many questions
That now, seem awful rash.
'Twould knock the Russians silly
'Twould capture Andy Grace '
'Twould forostall Mr. Woollcy
And many things efface.
Nuuanu dam'd go fluey
And so would prohibition
In fact, things would assumo
A terrible condition.
For Kapaa land exchanges
We wouldn't enro a bull
With homostcad water rlnls
We'd suroly all be done. '
I wish they'd changa the comet
To somo remoter .date
For to know, I'm vory anxious
Who's to bo the dcleguto.
Oh, It Is (something awful
Conditions that hero provall
Hut It I had my cholco I'd tiiy
Send on tho comet's tail,
r-M. F, C.
When Ilaby was sick, wo , gave ber
When sbe was a Child, she crlod tor
Whon she becarao Miss, she clung to
Wlien sbe bad Children, she gave them
I Vote for Chaperone Contestant
In Evening Bulletin Popular
,'' ' Voting Contest
'x-Hn. '. , '.
' (This coupon is not good after Tuesday, ,Mav 10)
Fill in name of your favorite candidate and send to
the Bulletin Contest Department.
THAT REMINDS ME
That wo aro going to' vote on "Wet"
j or "Dry" for Honolulu In n
WET OR'coupln of mouths, tt Is go-
DRY Ing.lo bo n peculiar stale of 1
affairs; a condition never!
beforo experienced here. Thero will
bo no "third party" In tho field. "Thb
noise will all bo on ono side. The
champion or prohibitionist wjll shout
vuio iur proniDiuuni voio lor prom
blllpnt Down Iho demon Ituml" Well,
that's nil right. That'a n part of hH
business. He thinks ho Is working In
n good cause and Is not ashamed to
shout his stpek. In trade. Thoro will
bo no nnlso from tho other; side. You
will not, bear anybody shouting, "Voto
for whisky! Voto for whisky! Down
prohibition!" That wouldn't hound
nlcu.nt all. nut, Just tho same, when
thpmoko of'battlq clears nway I am
afraid tho "Drys" will Ond that this W
n torfltory .where tho peoplo get up
beforo breakfast and the dogs bark at
"Belt-denial wook" applies in quar
ters other than tho Salva-
SELF, tloii Army. The morning
DENIAL paper put In tho most ot
week beforo Inst denying
nearly everything It said tho
day bofore, Tho Governor do
nlos any secrecy In tho Ka
paa. Exchange It Is Just possible
that governors may think that thg
transactions attending tho swapping of
11 broken-handled Jackknlfe for a bag
of chipped maVblcs Is too highly ele
vated for tho dtmunttlvo comprehen
sion of a territorial popoulatlon.
Mr. Dillingham denies having any
business relations with Thayer, who
wont to-tho Philippines to buy up Bug-
ar land, nnd thcro Is not nn nutolst
In town 'but denies any credit for
speed over four miles per hour. Tlint's
what they" tell tho Judgo, but Ihoard
one of them say' the other day that ho
mado an hour In flfty-nlno minutes.
I attended court a; day or so ago out of
curiosity only, I had. n ccr-
TRUTH tain amount of curiosity
WILL OUT. bororo I cutercd. After
listening to tho evidence
In two cases my curiosity was muchly
Intensified, but not satisfied. It Is
truly wondorful what builders of state
ments somo of tho witnesses arc.. Somo
of tho, ovhlonco given inder "tlib truth,
tho wholo truth, anil nothing! but tho
truth"" was' qulto similar to .tho pic-
turo of the "Palace of Truth" on the,
drop curtain at tho Opera Houso
so thin you might throw a watermelon
through It any place.
I always thought a Judgo had n snap
and that Judca Woodruff was a chumn
1o Jump a Job llko ho had, but thoy
all have my sympathy now.
Wlillo tho Siberia was In port n
couple of tourists were
6N.0W IN taking in tho sights ot
HONOLULU tho city from tho seat of
onq of tho Ilnpid Transit
cars. I sat directly behind them and
was much Interested in tho comments
they made. Suddenly ono of them
exclaimed, "Look, It Is snowing. It'
KeiiUacK 10 too sicamur an puun as pun
slblol." And they piled oft tho par. I
am sorry they went away with tho.im
prcsslon of a snow storm In Honolulu.
.Ifwns not snowing at all- It was only
tha conductor. punching out one or tho
Peck patent transfers for mo.
Although I would talk Honolulu
against any city In iho
CLEAN world, for being extra In
8TREET8all around, conditions -as
cities should bo, still thcro
Is room fqr Improvement.
I am informed by friends who havo
but recently returned from tho main
land -that thcro Is n general crusade
going on throughout tho States to
clean cities. In Philadelphia a wom
en's club lias been organized for iho
expross purpaso of street Improvement.
This club of wmnon petitioned the
municipal authorities for tho right .tu
tako charge of ono city block to keep
It clean, as an example ot what could
bo dono to keep It clean. It U stated
that that particular block soon becamo
a rebuko to .thn rest ot tha city nnd
caused a gcnoral Improvement
Tho throwing of old, newspapers an.i
bits of waste wrapping paper into the
streets does moro, perhaps, than any
thing clso to glvo nn untidy appear
,nnca to towns and cities. Ixt any ono
takq a slnglo gjanco over nny thorough
fare, througluwhlph bo' passes and thq
truth of this asscrtlnn'wlll.bo appar
ent, Tho nulsanco should bo abolish
ed. Jn, foreign cities tho person who
(brows a scrap qf paperon lliXBlFect
is nrrpsica nnu prosecuicu
Tbo remedy for tha troublo Is so
Tbo streets would bo cora
paratlvcy 'clean and could bo eaRlly
kept so If p'coplo would only refrain
from throwing .papers and refuse Into
tlicm. Wo clutter tjiem up by n direct
act and then rcgrctthat th'olr appear-
anco Is disreputable. Why not slop
castlngiinythlng at nit Into tho streets?
If nuleach ono will do his part, tho
reform will .ba prompt and thorough.
Hurtling from out tho Infinite
r reaches of spaco with lis
THAT 'glowing tnll extending for
COM ETi miles nnd, miles behind it,
llnlley's comot Is now blaz-'
lng in the heavens. Seen only as it
nobuloiiH glow. low in the cast, when-
tliu dawn, winds sweep acroim the
h c.i von k, It is fast coming near as n
messenger of dnoniaud potent of evil,
according to Ibo supcrstltloim, and
when. Its whirling tnll hits tho carlh
a report says that .wu shall ba wiped
out of existence. of Hung, moro. human
atoms, out into the Infinite.
For (bo nomad of tho skies, who
for centuries has swung iiion Its
whirling course, now Hwooplng cIosh
to Iho earth, now whirling nut among
other worlds, Is nearer now than n t
-All that sounds picturesque, doesn't
it? Sends little thrills ot excitement
through? you at thbhought of that
sky monster that 'before the end of
UiIh month will loont 'nbovo. us visible
to every one. t
Heretofore, I havo not thrilled worth
a cent over tbo comet, but curiosity
got tho better of mottbe other morn
ing nnd after "cussing" the alarm clock
I crawled out of bedu ,
1 had road ot comet' parties stealing
tint In iho litifdi of dawn, to sco tho
sky nomad from tbtfli'lll tops', nnd I
hrtd heard nt grnvo '.nstronomers nt
Kalmukl watching through , tho long
night hours, '.but somehow. I had not
gathered much ot the comet enthusi
asm. , ..,
rAfter- I-bad'cra.wJ6d out-of bcd.-I
camo very near crawling right back
ngaln, but tho act scorned cownrdly
to mo, nnd getting on my-dignity and
Kom'clothes I wandered outsldo and
started for tho east side of-tho. houso,
as that vaaMlio proper placo to get
a look at (he sky .Wanderer. .Aftor
somo "trouble" I arrived at a proiior
point ot vantago for nn observation,
but tho east was full of clouds.
Tho "trouble" I encountered on my
way from tho west sldo' of tho houso
to tho east sldo consisted of two gar
den faucets and tho kid's Irish Mall.
If tho display to ho eccn later can nt
all stack up with what I saw through
tho running gear of that Irish 'Mail It
will bo worth while.
I mado a few remarks after I had,
Gained my room nnd nm willing to ro
lleat them for tho benefit of posterity,
but tho stenographer who attempts tho
Job will havo' to bo familiar with tjio
system used by tho llccordlng Angul
Ifilio expects to get It all.
I nm not going to ,try to find tho
comctnny moro. Let (Icorgo do It.
ECZEMA III WLEW
When you havo n scratch on your
hand you wash it out nnd clcauso It
and then tho skin cures ltBclfs
The best skin specialists today aro
agreed that tliu only way )o euro tho
skin Is through tliu skin, -For statis
tics show that nenrly alt eczema suf-
fercrs aro perfectly neaitny in uii pin-
or .ways, except oh to thalr.skln. And
If tho eczema patients woru roally
suffering, from nn Internal malady, tho
entire body and not unly Iho skin
would bo diseased.
You can jirovo Immr'dlately 'tho ro
llof of a truo skin euro by using oil of
wlntorgreen as compounded- In D, 1).
D. Prescription. This liquid. Wills tho
dlscaso germs, whlto toning up tho
healthy part of tho skin.
Wo have now handled this meritor
ious and thoroughly bclentlllo remedy
for so lone and hnvn seen its rollablo
results' so many times that wo freely'
express our confluence
Honolulu Drug Co.
A. C. McKeover, minister. Oil 5
Jllblc school; W. (1. Hall, Supcrtnten
dent. 0:30 V. 1. B., C. K. VC.hrlst Our
King." ConBoerntlon meeting, J. A
Vogelbeck. leader; B, ill. 'Wolltiorji,
prist, -fl a. m. Sermon. Mlsslpnury
7?3l) Sermon. "History of Paul's Con
version." Muslu by Yon,ng Men's
Choirs All wulcomo.
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
la ''an ounco ot provputlon" os, well, as
a "pound of euro." I'Tpr bowel 'troubles,
skin wounds, colds, and othor Ills, 25c,,
- 35c, and COc, fclzcu.
WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS. THE GREATEST PRICE-SLASHING
SALE EVER WELD AT J 1 ' '
Yee Chan & Co.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS
For Two Weeks Only, commencing on Saturday,-April 30, J910 .
We do not consider the COST OP MERCHANDISE IN THIS SALE, as' wc need the raoney.
THIS IS YOUR 'OPPORTUNITY to buy your suddIv for the year. COME AND GET THE 'GREAT
EST BARGAINS WHILE THE STOCK IS COMPLETE. - .. -.
LADIES' WEAR DEPARTMENT
We are oiTerinp; GINGHAMS as lone as they' last nt 15 yards for SI.
Latest designs in FANCY
YOUR CHANCE to, (jet NEW and STYLISH DRESSES at VERY LITTLE COST, in FINE MER
CERIZED DRESS GOODS; PLAIN and FANCY COLORS. Regular 35c.i 40e. and 45e.,yar'd coeds
SLASHED, to 20c. per. yard. ....,
'WHERE HAVE THEY BEEN OFFERED BETTER AND BIGOER BARGAINS IN SILK MULLS,,
the very LATEST CREATIONS! Regular 50c. and 75c. yard goods slashed toOc. and 35c.per.yard.
There is pnly a LIMITED STOCK of MULLS on hand. OUR ADVICE TO YOU IS: 'COME
VALENCIENNES LACES. EDGINGS nnd INSERTIONS Regular 75c. and $1,20 per dozen
yards SLASHED TO 40c. and 50c. per dozen yards,
EMBROIDERY EDGINGS Regular 10c. values reduced to 5c. per yard," regular 20c. and 25c
values reduced to ,10c. per yard. - '
CORSET COVER EMBROIDERY Regular price, 50c. tier yard; slashed to 20c. per yard.
EMBROIDERY 'FLOUNOINGS Regular price, $1.25 and $1.50 j reduced to 05c. per yard.
LADIES' LAWN AND EMBROIDERED SHIRTWAISTS Regular $1.25 values reduced to 80c.
each; regular $1.75 and $2 values reduced to $1.15 each. ' ; ' ' ,A
MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEPARTMENT
We are offering the folltwing values in order to clean out our entire stock:
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price $ 7.50 Slashed to ... $ 3.50
MEN'S SUF" -".cgular .Price ...is 0.00 Slashed to .;..-... 4.50
MEN'SSUr? -Regular iPrice ,11.50 Slashed to 0.00 - .
MEN'S SUIxP Regular Price 15.00 Slashed to 10.00
MEN'S.SUITE -legular ,Price 18.00 .Slashed to ; 12.00
MEN'S SUITS aegular Price ...., 20.00 Slashed to . ., 13.00
MEN'S SUITS Regular Price v ,. 25.00-Slashed to U,,: 10-50
These are GENUINE' BARGAINS. Why not come and .buy 'nil you can use for the next two
years? We also have a small stock of Men's Pants which.. we. .will .sell at YOUR OWN PRICE.
MEN'S OVERSHIRTS Regular price, $1.25; slashed to 75o, Regular price, 75c; slashed to
BALBRIGGAN UNDERSHIRTS 50c quality reduced to 3 for $1. ' ""
ELASTIC SEAM DRAWERS 50c. quality reduced to 3 for $1,
MEN'S FANCY HALF JI0SE Displayed in our Bethel street window. Worth 25c per pair;
slashed to 75c. per box of hatf dozen pairs. ' i "
A LARGE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S '.SHOES WILL BE SOLD RE
GARDLESS OF COST.
OUR PRICES ARE POSITIVELY THE BIGGEST BARGAINS OFFERED,
REMEMBER! WE NEED THE MONEY AND YOU NEED OUR GOODS. ,
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V . ,..' jU. ''"' "'' ' '"'v.' ' '"' ,' I ;Pfi
FLANNELETTES. Regular 12i.e.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE!
(ft. fly, m. an(d Bethel
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This spape will be tuspd
djaring the mxt few
weeks to present argu
ments showing the fall
acy nd insufficiency of
the, proposed Prohibi
tion Law. '
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'' "V." till . .l.-.ll. ,-,,, . ..!1
nnd 15c. yard, slashed to 11. yards
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