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EVRNIHJ BULLETIN, HONOI.tlltJ. T. I!., miDW, Jt'NT 17, t;
S.tn Francisco Hotels
NEW STOCKS LATEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
Geary Street, above Union Square
luit qppoiite Holtl St. Frinclt
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
I ngs cost $200,000. High class hottl
atmoderate rates. Ccnterof theatre
(erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Tlotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Irawets." ABC Code.
Four Years Of "Dry"
Town Enough For
1.08 (5AT03, June 7--Los Oatos
has llftcil tlin Mil, extracted
i cork, turned on tlio Rplgnt ami nil
the rest of It.
I She's g "wet" ns n hen thin morn
ing. attPi four "dry" venrs. In tho
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102" Wiimnn St
to kec- nnd serve
so that its sparkle and snap
You get the benefit of that
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in its
assetnblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of itj stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0 W. LEHMER. Traffin Minacer. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
"At Reasonable Prices "
Furniture at - v
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS .
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
SPEND THE SUMMER DAYS AT
WHERE THE RATES ARE LOW
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Klne (mulshed rooms, $1 per day
1)0 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Familv Hotel
'Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERGIN, Prop.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOB IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd:
M$W i'ElasUe? Cabinrti. I
We undetiUiKl the'tcieocfl ol modern filing
equipment HiaxienU to eipltin iu iua with.
out incurring iKe riik pi oet lyttemimrtf "
Let ui show you how we we u io our own
'FF10E SUPPLY CUMfAMi
031 Fort Street
FLAOS AND FIREWORKS
FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
We Are Headauarters for These
Wall, Nichols Co.,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
, SrHARP SlGNS
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 397 ELITE BUILDING
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market.
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 King Street, near Maunakea
Phone 291 Daily Delivery
tMin urn "
smjA , I
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course (f v,hli h every tongue
purvliod nnd not a whistle was
The town trustps, in regular ses
sion Inst night, put nn n tin t pastage
the uiPimttP, Introduced n week ngo
Jiy Trustee Wllllnm Sporlendcr, pro
viding ror tne repeal 01 me orui
nnnce which made ot Los Untos the
drjest town on tho map. There was
a Brent gntherlng of townfolk, as
such nn occasion called for, and tho
trustees got down to work without
nny wnelo ot time. Tho repealing
ordlnnnco was lend for the last time
nrd the ote was tnken, after a fu
tile uttenipt hnd been made to In
lorporatd In It n provision to pro
hibit the manufacture of wine,
which Is a large Industry In the vl
'clnlty. Tho uito rttiultcd In a vic
tory for the "wets."
Tho lid was lifted, ns the ordl
naneo beenmo operative nt once, nnd
Us Oatos will soon again he bloom
ing with oates. where the thirst of
man and his brother may be as
Buaged with the cup that cheers,
without fearof tunning afoul of tho
Four "Dry" Years. ,
ror tour jears 1.0s union mis ten
tho rigors of the strlMest kind or
prohibition. Not only was it Illegal
to cell whiskey in nny emporium.
but It whs nn offense to glvo I.
away, either In n home or In n club.
Under the "dr)" ordlnnnto power
wns even given to the town, marshal
to mnke domiciliary lslts to see
that tho law was not violated.
Particular complaint was made by
the ndvocatps of n more liberal ad.
ministration of the law of the fact
that lxis Oatos, which Is ono of the
thow plant) of the Btnto, was being
cut on the main louto of tourists and
other nleii'sure seekers, who could
find to surcease there for the sor
rows of sobriety, or liquid refresh
ments wherewith lo lay tho dust of
the roids. Neither wine, nor whis
key, nor beer wns nllowert to be
brought In by the railroad or ex
City Is Moist Today. '
At the recent election, "dryness'
or "wetness" was the Issue nnd the
"wets" lost no time, as last night's
action shows. In gntherlng the fruits
of their victory.
Now, I.os Oatos Is moist, nnd tho
townsfolk of this beautiful city ex
pect soon to hear the familiar "honk,
honk" of the automobile announcing
the arrival of motorists and others
hunting for wells In 11 derert.
Just before tho "wet" ordinance
wns put on final passage, "Mayor"
Honrf-o w. Turner wan nresented by
ini-mlierH of the Itohemlnn Club of
Sim rranclsto with a gavel made 0
tho wood of one of tho wine punch
eons which were part of the cargo
of the ship South Carolina, which
arrived at tho port of San rranclsco
In 1849. "
v WIILJE POPULAR
Tickets for Mrs. Gunn's fancy danc
ing exhibition are going rapidly, thus
assuring a largo attendance at the
cleor performance Mrs. Ounn is sure
to put on. Tho exhibition will bo
held In 'the Alexander Young Hotel
next Tuosday evening and wllj be fol
lowed by a dance nt which all spec
tators may participate.
There Is no more charming enter
tainment held In this city than the
dainty dancing exhibitions given by
Mrs. Dunn's classos each year apd
this 'year's event promises to, out-do
any that have gone before. '
AmbnK the clever performers will
Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
I Mf.liinil.ua nlitn I lilVH ffll?Ptl
be r.r.lla K. I't'iiMinni's Vein-table Coin
' 1 pound d 11 r 1 Vi k
thiuiK'e of life. My
doctor told ine It
wns good, nnd since
taking It I feel so
much better that I
cm do all my work
ignln. I think
ionium line remedy
'or nil woman's
troubles, nnd I
never forget to tell
my friends what It has uone ror me.
Sirs K. II nso.v, 304 I'list I-jong St.,
Another Wnmnii llolnod.
Grnnltevllle, VU "I was passing
throughtlie Cliangoof Llfuniidsuffered
from nervousness and other tmuoyliitf
symptoms. J,ydla K. rinkham's Vege
table Coin pound restored myhealtunnd
strength, and proved worth mountains
of cold to me. Tor the sake of other
strength, and proved worth mountains
of cold to me. Tor the sake of othpr
Bulferlntr women 1 am wllllns you
should publish my letter." Mr
publish my letter." Ains.
CiiAitLKs Makclay, U.r.1)., araulte
Women vv ho are passing through tills
critical period or who are suffering
from any of those- distressing Ills pe
culiar to their sox should not lose sight
of the fact that for thirty jears I,)dla
E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound,
which Is made from roots and herbs,
has been the standard remedy for
female Ills. In almost every commu
nity you will find women who have
been restored to health by I.jdla E
l'inkham's Vegetable I'ouipouuu.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
. .. 1 (
in Sets or Separate Garments
CORSET COVER,. , ' x
DRAWERS, ".'. '
'. and SKIRTS
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Tho results of a very popular prize
contest that tins been conducted
amougst the leading schools ot the
city, by niown ft Ujon Co, nre
given below. This (ontest was open
to the pupils of Oaliu College, I'mia
hou Preparntor, College of Hawaii
and tho High School. The contest
consisted of the best answers to the
1 How will the I'nnama Canal
help tho lluwalian Islands?
J -Nnmo our public lanik in Ha
3 What Is a franchise?
4 Why should rver t(fy have
pleiiMlu paiks anil 1 ..griii..ids?
n Who wus King Artbui T
C What Is meant by a. tariff?
7 Tell briefly vhat you know
abojt Halley's comet.
8 Name four gieat colonics ot
England, nnd mention mm Import
ant, export of each.
J What U meant by copyright?
10 Kxpluin the coustwlhe low. I
Hesults were as follows:
Kirst prize Signa Wll.andcr, '
High School, 98. Sot of Appletou's
New Uu )Clopedla.
Second prlie Amelia Oroto, High
School, and Pauline Williams, Cen
tral Orammar, eadi 87. I'lftoen dol
lars cash, divided equally.
Third prize Elbert P. Tuttle. Iu
nahou Preparatory, nnd Klku Oka.
mura, Central Orammar, each 9G.
Ten dollars cash, divided equally.
fourth prze Makolin Tutt'o, Pit
nahou Preparatory, and Ktliol James,
High S5I100I, each 9G. Klve dollars
cash, divided equally.
The following all secured a fifth
prize of a credit ot five dollars each
on a set of Appletou's New Practical
Encyclopedia, price '30, or nny set
of equal or greater vulue In Urown
& Lyon's Block:
Mlu Him I.e, 04; Duke Rodrlques,
93; TnJIro Mlyahnra, 90; Ollvlra
Marques, 89; Howard Chu Young,
88; Tall'hlro Mlaharn, 87; Harold
C. Wong, 87; Holeno von Arnswaldt,
87; Helen Colburn, 79; Willie Uram
berg, 77: Clara Ingalls, 74; Antone
Texlrn, 0C; Alvln K. Swlnton, 41;
Thurston Taylor, 80; Willie Harris
Jr., 67; I,nr.l Tlnkor, 86; Madelolne
O. Smith, 8G; Chnrlcs Onseong Lee,
84: Philip Ovemlon, 83; Thelma
Lo Mnrjaret Center, Edith Klbllng Murphy, 82; Hlro Mlyahara, 82;
nnd Hazel Uucklnnd, who, nre well Edith D, Kcola, 82; Jeanne Mncy,
known to Honolulu people but who 81; Lam Tin, 78; Nellie Choy Wong,
have some surprises In storo for their 74: I-e Hoy Hush. 65; Jaik Lee, 61.
friends at this exhibition.
Order - '
Cream Pure Rye
All th Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFI'S FOUNTAIN SODA
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT' ALL BARS
DRESS SHIRTS ONE OF. OUR
J. Abadie, Prop. 258 Beretania St.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Porlmps dnlntleBt ot nil will bo the
dances of little tots who would seem
limillv Inree enouch to walk, yet
'these aj-o so cloverly trained that
thtlr dancing is a most fascinating
slghj. to see.
Tickets for the entertainment may
bo obtained at Ilergstrom Music Co ,
lit $1 each, and a crowded houso Is
8U10 to lesult.
185 editorial rooms 250 buil
ness office. These arc the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Inter-Island and O, It. & L. shipping
ooks fm sale nt tho Hullo tin
otllto, S0t uicfi.
uALAIWAA In this ilty, June 16,
IU 10, Chatles, infant sun ot Mr.
and Mis. Charles Kalnlwaa, aged
Books! Booksl Books!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bids.
BULLETIN AD8 PAV-
Fiue New Assortment of Novelties
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO
A Full .
of the famous
Rochester Clothing has
just been re
ceivea, ana is
now on display
in our windows
tion of this
clothing is soli
cited. L. B. Kerr &
' Alakea St.
mm Ti A.
l Ml!'UMil m
filBi wtoffi U?tfli oiB
OROS. & CO.
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