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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T II T"E3D'Y !I'V 17. 1910.
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On' at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2 50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing out at x $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
Every Member of the Family
WHL FIND USE FOB AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER'V OWN
I100M, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
' OPIN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great bauty and grandeur, unique in its '
aiiemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai' A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traffl' Mmaeer. Y.V.R R.. Merced. Cal.
NEVER has the
demand for lace
been as great as
it is right now.
And never has it been
eo necessary that women
realize that the only safo
way to wash laces is with
Ivory Soap and luke
Why Ivory Soap? Be
cause it contains no
"free" alkali ; no color
ing matter; no adulter
ant of any kind.
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
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quality. Our work is well
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as the best in the city.
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latest in Books, Stationery, Office
Furniture and Supplies.
Ring up Telephone No. 261.
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Many Social Functions and Trim
About Island Fill the Days
Bluejackets Will Give Show To-nifiht.
There certainly seems (o bo no lack
of entertainment for the people on tliu
Portuguese warship now In tlio tint-
lor. Omdnl cnllfl Imve liecn miile
Social functions iinro been numer
ous nnd visits to nit points of Interest
lme liecn made. Including visits to
Last evenlm: tho PorliiKiiese blip'
JacKets were sui'sts of the Concordia
hind nt the Princess Skating Hlnk
where they learned to manipulate tlio
TIiIh evening n company of blue
jackets will filvu a minstrel show at-
tho l.usltana hall In honor or their
HIS NEW STAND
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
NEW HATS, "Coast Styles
I02B Vnnann Ft
reproductions of the old masters artistically colored.
The subjects are the best exhibited in the "alleries of Lon
don, Paris and Versailles. The prices are moderate.
YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
Frances Morrison, Manager
THE ORPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
Delivered to reiideactt
and offices at 25o in
hundred in 100b 1M
w. o. BaHNMRT
I JJ M.rrh.nl
4nuUctura fiont uur itun
r 0Hvr(7 to tny n rf
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JOBrOULLETIN AD3 PAY
(Continued from Page 3.)
of ancli articles to come forward and
faco tho music.
Poepo on Prohibition.
J. M. I'oepoe, cilltor of the Ko Aloha
Alna, one of tho speakers, denounced
J. O. Woolley, the prohibitionist. Ho
said that he (Woollcj) was not n
oter of tho Territory and therefore
had no business to come hero with
such a proposition and try to mislead
tho Hawallans, whom he called name'),
whllo In Washington.
Poppoo told the Hawallans not 'o
side In with Woolley, else they will bj
caught In n trap.
To make the matter clear to the
andlenco, Pooixio told them that the
prohibition net with which Woolley
was agltathiR the minds of the Ha
wallans today was partly prohibitive
nnd partly iinprohlbltlve.
To distinguish the difference, ho
said that Woolley and his crowd were
simply telling the ILawallans that It
was best for them to support the pro
hibition, uii It would stop the liquor
traffic In the country.
"Thcso prohibitionists, however, nje
not telling nu llawallnns that the
liquor can bo Imported from the
8tntes," said Pocpoe. "They nro tell
ing you that It Is a good thing to stop
the manufacture nnd sain of home
inane bccrages; but they nro 'very
careful Indeed to tell you that they
(prohlbltloKJsts) can get their liquor
from the States."
"Is this Jlistlce?" asked Poepoo,
"No," shn'uted the atldloncs,
"Helo la Wule mu kuhl e," ((let
away that Woolley), shouted nnothcr
crowd of men, who were sitting near
PoeiKic said that ho wna In favor of
strict and absolute, prohibition. He
did not belloc In shutting one door
to certnl hclasscs of tins people, whom
the prohibitionists wnnted to deprive
of their rights, and allowing them, the
prohibitionists, the moneyed men, to
Import their liquor from the States.
"If they want prohibition, as Wool
ley and others nro ttylng to mislead
the Hawallans let them produce a bill,
which, when passed by Congress
would mean absolute prohibition
"Under that kind of prohibition then
they will be compelled to go without
liquor In this Territory.
"If they want to drink, after tho
passage of the- prohibition, let them
go to tho States nnd get their drink
nnd coino back to Hawaii."
This statement of Poepoo caused the
crowd to yell out "pololel" from all
sections of tho park.
The spoaker "told the history of
Johnson, the liftroducor of tho prohi
bition bill. Ho stated that Johnson
hns never been In Hawaii, and there
foro lacked proper knowlodgo of tlio
conditions which exist hero In Ha
waii nel. After tho death of Johnson,
Poepoo told the audience that tho
samo hill was taken up by Represent!
tlvo Curtis, a part Indian. This mat
ter wns fully explained, much to tho
Interest of th"e Hawallans.
At tho close of bis speech Poepoo
wns loudly applauded.
The other two speakers of tho night
were O, K. Keawchnku, who spoke
ton land'laws, and J. W. Plnehaku. who
had been In tho leper- settlement for
Plnehaku, who is a fluent speaker,
stated to the publlo that he was re
leased from tho settlement on account
of Senator Harvey, who introduce I a
bill In tho Senate. He complimented
Irarvey very highly "and unnouncoj
that It wns proper that ho should Join
the Democratic party, which has dono
good to him and bis friends, about
fifty In all. '
Ho told tho people that although lis
bad been a pood Republican for many
enrs, none of tho paily leaders bavo
dono anything towards relieving them-.
Among those on the stand was Link
McCandless tho candldato for Dele
gate to Congress.
Another maBs mcettng It Is said, Is
being ni ranged to come off next Sat
urday night at Aala Park. McCmd
less will be tlie principal speaker.
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EDITOR COKE 18
Gives Up Editorship To Go
(Special to Tho liulletln.)
W.XILUKU. Maul, May U. Mr. M.
Pcrr-.Ira, foreman of the Maul News,
wtiit down to Honolulu by Inst Mon
day', Mnuna Loa, and on the follow
ing evening the directorate received
his resignation, Mr. Perrelrn having
ncceptcd a position In Honolulu Ed
itor Hugh M. Coko Is mother Import
ant change In the staff of the Mnnl
News. Mr. and Mre. Coke, after
many j ears' residence In this Ter
ritory both on Kaiul and Maul, will
leave In July to nuko their future
homo In the States. Mr, Coke has
devoted the best part of his life on
these Islands In tho seivlce of the De
partment of Fducatlon, which fervlce
he left some jears ago to take tip tliu
more onerous duties of editor of tin
Maul News, which paper ho has satis
factorily managed until It Is now in
a ery healthy conJItlon, financially
nnd cdltoilally. Mr, Coko has boen
an excellent citizen of this country
nnd bis sudden depaituro Is to be re
gretted, for men of his stamp aro
not to be picked up nt every street
Tho following announcement Is
made by Victor S. Clark:
"Tho attention or residents ,of the
Hawaiian Islands g called ta the lm-
ixirtunco of a complote enumeration
of tho population. Any persons resld I
Ing within the City and County of Ho-1
noiuiii, wno have not been enumerated
to date, aro requested to report that
fact by postal card or telephono to the
head office at Honolulu.
"Tho omission of 10 to 15 names
might lower tho ranking of Honolulu
In tho list of Amerlcnn cities. Terri
torial appropriations for road work i
and publlo Improvements, and oven
federal appropriations, aro often gov
erned by the imputation of n panic-'
ular district. It Is to the Interest of
residents of every district In the Is-.
land, whether rural or urbah, to' have j
every person in mcir neignuornoo i
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 18, 1913.
W It Cnstlo Tr to Joshua It Wil
liams , i. Hel
Keaopolohlwa to Yong In I)
inlen S Unveil nnd hsb to Ilnnk of
Hawaii U M
Bishop & Co to Edith M Carter ..Hel
Allen & Robinson Ltd to Henry1
wnterhonso Trust Co Ltd.. Par Itol
WDltcr II Bradley to Jacob S IloIIey.D
Entered for Record May 17, 1910.
Wong Sing II co to Chlng Young ..US
Plllp Manuel and wr to J K Kupau..D
Wm U Alexander to Francis J Uer-
ry i ltd
Territory of Hawaii to U D Ua,ldwln.J)
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
T. FELIX GOURAVD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
PUdm" SOUND will be the dest'n
ntlnn of tho American barkentlne Jane
L. Stanford, which has been discharg
ing n shipment of lumb'r which ar
rived here on May G to the order of
Allen & Moblnson. The vessel Is ex
pected will bo ready for sea on TJiurs
day nt tho present rnto tho shipment
Is being unloaded.
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