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ZTENWa Bn-IXTIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUlife 24, 1910.
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.JUNE 24. 1010
A man mifst train himself for his
opportunity; for a great occasion is
worth to a man exactly what his
antecedents have enabled him to
make of it. Matthews.
H BoomB that the ranks of Woollcy's
"guerrillas f cUl anil timidity" nrd
Intlimho of noma minion bettor known
to tho American peoplo than that nf
the prohibition iiRont from CliluiK".
Mr Krnnotly'H ntatement Hi
today's II nl 1 ut I n pxplnlnliiR tho
fate ot tho IntiT-Ixland traffic amend
lnent Ijefnro CmiKruBH, will bo read
with Interest. Tho results show that
his trip to tho national rupltol was n
Rood strategic moe.
Acent Woolley lias stated that "we
v. Ml Imve to shoot them In the back
ns they run" his IlcelnR targets be
ing thoso opposed to his propaganda.
That Is about thn only way he ran
stop the, people of Maw nil from ruin
nlng to the polls on July SCth nn3
ranting thulr hallolR against prohibi
tion hypoerly and Woolleylsm.
PROHIBITION REPUDIATED AFTER
With a characteristic disregard for
nclf-cvldcnt facts tho Morning Mother
of Illlnd Tigs states that "prohibition
Is a "growing force," and obsenes
that "Hawaii might ns well get Into
line now as later."
Tho followers of Woolley will no
doubt contend that prohibition Ik a
'growing forrt" In the stato of Ala
bama, which has endured n prohib
itory law for fcveral ears and has
now repudiated tho principle and
with It tho onco popular governor of
the State, Cromer, wbo has gone down
to declsho defeat on a clear-cut Is
sua of prohibition and local option.
Thu voters discovered that the prohi
bition foisted upon them by the "rum
and ruin" ngltators wns against the
best IntcrcsUi ot tho State and ot the
people. They cast It aside, nnd with
it tho Cocrnor who was elected up
on n platform of prohibition.
The prohibitionists will no doubt
, contend that prohibition Is a "grow
ing force" In the Stato of Illinois
where the recent option election re
sulted in overwhelming losses for the
supporters ot the 'Anti-Saloon
If prohibition is a "growing force.'
It Is "growing" toward a period of en
lightenment when even the problbl
tlonlst will be able to discern the es
sential falseness ot his position and
tho hypocrisy ot prohibition leglala
After a clear trial of a prohibitory
law the State of Alabama wltli ithe
I most pronounced local conditions of
the negro problem that have secured
supporters for prohibition In several
southern States has repudiated the
Prohibition Is surely a growing
force toward proving the utter fall'
tiro and falseness ot prohibitory leg'
FOR CLEAN STREETS.
Tho broom will soon bo n relic of
the past as a utensil for cleaning the
homo floors. Cleaning tho bouso by
the vacuum process has nrrhed nt
such n stato1 of perfection that thcro
Is no question of Its doing tho work
In n moro thorough manner by dig
ging deeper than n broom, but it re
tains the. refuse sjid dust Instead ot
scattering them about the houso to
Vienna is tho first municipality to
our knowledge to ubo the vacuum pro-
cev.i In cleaning thn city streets, nnd
the experiment has protcd to bo fnr
ahead of anything In the wny of the
old-fashioned street sweeping system.
With tho old method, such ns Is
used hero In Honolulu, much ot tho
sweeping nfo simply scattered nbout,
and what doos not settle dawn'on tho
Btrveta. finds Its way Into the stores
and rfllcoST i
wA'CArtfiln amount of the sweepings-i'.-,ni.2
. i.ts ,1... t...-.i . . i
min,vT-n hiiu iiwi-uuuu hwii'jhth ni
ter tho mnrlilnn has piled up thn
heavier 'part of tho top dirt nnd .scat
tered the lighter material to tho four
winds, londed'lth microbes nnd a
mass of discomfort
itfltfr Jhe-'vncuum process there Is
no scaUering, no spreading ot mi
crobes or dust The refuse goes Into
tt.e machine and that is the last of It
tl.l tho proper dumping placo Is
The vacuum process Is n success.
Why not try It hero?
CURTJSS AIR KING,
Up to thoptcscni, moment, Glen
Curtlss Is surely, king of tho air. Al
though Paurha.tl'Claal flight was
fotno forty jjnljc; further In the
Jeach, still, HhEdaah- made by Cur
tlss dowiTifie Hudson, the difficul
ties ho otercomo nnd tho condi
tions ho encountered when placed
beside thoso that marked tho (light
of Paulhan, ph'vcesthe latter In sec
ond placo In derlnTTiavlpatlon,
Although, he won great victories
at Ithelms.-Curtlsa has been In what
might be termed tho second class as
regards cross-country air maneuvers
with heavier -than -air machines.
Ulerlot, Paulhan and De Lessens
were nlr kings In a class by them
selves until Curtlss made that won
derful flight from Albany to New
To Americans this latest scoot by
Curtlss holds exceptional Interest. A
hundred jears ago the little steam,
er Clermont threaded her way up
this same stream that acted as a
guide to the man-bird, In his flying
dash that established a through-the-air
record by an American.
Another feature of this wonderful
flight Js that, Curtlss landed on the
very spot where, Just a year ago, lie
was almost weeping as ho defended
himself against tho bitter comment
that was hurled at him on his abil
ities and his motives.
FALSITY IS SHOWN.
When nt a loss fur a pretense ot ar
gument In favor of prohibition Thurs
ton's prohibitionist organ endeavors
to color its, police news to make It
appear that oory crime on the day's
calendar Is directly attributable to
In referring o this phaso of th
question, wlilch Thurston's paper is
now endeavoring to Include In the
local Issue HeV. MInot f, Savage
"1 bollevo that tho common tnlk
that ttnccH all crime or nearly all, to
..drink Is falso und mlsleadliig. Is
.w'thero no crime In Mohammedan
lands? Is Spain above tho moral lev
cl of tho rest of Kurope. And yet It
Is almost u model land In tho mutter
nt temperance A llttlu more drunk
onness, n little less ot tho moral tern
pernnco that makes tho bull tight a
.national pastime, mklit even, Improve
ilhem, Scotland Is many times mora
r-di unktiii llijin Spain, but wlili.li are
alio butter people?"
Tho call of thn small farm has
struck tho Massachusetts Legislature.
Its first expression finds utterance In
the provisions of thu Mcllln Home
stead bill that has been characterized
as tho most paternalistic measure
Over put forth In the commonwealth.
What might give Hawaii special in
terest In the bill Is its presentation ot
half-acro lots for homesteads. This
makes our local schemes of eighty
acre homesteads and two und live
acre homesteads appear liberal in
Tho terms ot tbo bill that "passed,
to engrossment" In tbo Massachusetts
llouso of Ilcprescntatltca are ex
plained by Its author ns follows:
"Thore wil) bo n. homestead commis
sion, a director of tho bureau of sta
tistics, tbo bead ot the Stato Agrlcul
tural llureau,,u member of tho State
Ilourd of Health mid four others, one
a womuu mid another a labor rcpre
"The Slate will Usuo bonds, $100,
000 worth. When 60,0g0 of rhein ura
sold then Ilia commission can buy I lie
first land. Then they would divide
It up Into lintr-ucrq lots, find the ac-
Call'un Phone 201 is tou. are 'limit
tiine,foi b house, Weihave-both.fur-v'
Slshed ami unfurnished house 'for
, ' rent.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Have You Seen
that ten.room house at Kal
muki which can be bought for
The lot is 45,800 square
feet. This is a property that
' should not have to go beg-'
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
time is Important
Office Open Sundays From 8 to 10
tunl cost per' lot and add to this flvo
ler cent, for tl'io price nt which to
sell. This flvo per cent, would pay
for laying out the streets nnd other
"When tho second SSO.000 of
bonds has been sold then they would
begin to erect houses on tho half aero
lots. Meantime those wbo want to
own homes begin to buy the C, nnd
S10 bonds. When n man had $100 In
bonds he can buy olio of tho houses
and lots and pay Sir, a month for It
Tho bonds ho owns will count In the
"They cry paternalism nnd social
ism against this bill, but 1t will let.n
man own bis own homo nnd get It
easily. The State Is 'paternalistic
now and the quicker we rcallzo It
the better. Our schools are paternal
istic, our sewers, our streets, tbo
"This measure embodies more of
real good to tho honest, saving work-
to keen perfect time if repair
ed by us.
Many years' experience in the
watch business" places us in a
position to offer to you expert
services at minimum cost.
Appoint us the guardian of
your watch. We will guaran
tee to make it keep perfect
H. F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.-.
cr, 1 think, than any 'over proposed
In Massachusetts. I bellevo If enact
ed Into n law It will Justify Itself bore.
And It it doos It will not bo ninny
years before such n law will exist In
every Stato In tho Union."
Ail' cases 'brought ln'lho Federal
Court this morning for plea were con
tinued until August 29 when they will
bo set for trial.
Thu cases continued Included those
of threo Russians charged with tres
passing on tho quarantfno reservation
'to which chargo thJ plehdcd not guil
ty, and Phoney IJavls with threo counts
on ono Indictment charging adultery
to which ho entered a plea ot not
Davis was represented In court by
Attorney Strauss but tho Russians had
, MT""For, Sale" cards at Bulletin,,,
Real Estate for
Modem story and a half house ,
in good locality ,..,.... $3000
A home in Halmuki, on car
line. Large lot, with remod
eled house in excellent con
dition. This property can be
bought on easy instalments,
"-Price t i : 4750
25 acred of land, improved, in '
Palolo Valley, ' Bargain price
for quick sale.
t T,F0R,LEASE '
Rejulence of C. L. WightPuiwo, '
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, for one
" ; r4 .
FORT RENT i' ,
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1910
Anapuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St, (4 bedrooms) 45
Fort tnd Merchant Btreeti JL. -,.., -A.. ffV
Specially tender-priced for a 1 0-Day s Sale
Beginning Tomorrow (Thursday) Morning
IT is generally Well known that in LINENS we keep only the
best, and at this sale dependable goods can be bought at an
, exceptional' advantage. The following saving can .be
effected by. faking advantage of these offerings:
Sheetings & Pillow Linens
42-in., $1.00, at - $.75
42-in 1.10, at - .85
45-in., 1.10, at - .85
45-ip., 1.25, at - '.95
90-in., 2.00, at - 1.50
100-in.,2.25, at - 1.65
108rinu 2.50, at - L75
Linen Fronting t
36-in., 75c, at ' - .50
85c, at - .60
$1, at - .75
Butcher Linen, .40
Fine Huck and Damask
.$2.25 values, at $1.50 doz
at 1.75 doz
at 2.25 doz
at 2.75 doz
at 3.25 doz
at 4.25 doz
at 6.75 doz
at 7.50 doz
at 8.50 doz
at 9.00 'doz
at 9.75 doz
at 11.00 doz
at 15.00 doz
46-in., 40c, at - $ .25
54-in., 75c, at - .50
72,, $1, at, - .75
72-in., 1.25, at - .90
60-in., .75, at - , .50
72-in., 1.75, at - 1.25
72-in., 2.00, at - .1.50
72-in., 2.25, at - 1.75
72-iri.; 2.35, at - 1.85
90-in., 2.50, at - 2.00
Linen Towelling .
18 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at 15c.
18 iri., Check Glass Tow-'
elling, at 20c. (
24 in., Check Glass Tow
elling, at- 25c. 'and 30c.
18. in., Pure Flax Towell
ing with Border, at
24 in., Linen Huck, regu
lar 50c., at 32 l,-2c.
27 in., Linen Hupk, regu
lar 60c, at 45 c. ,
18 in., Floral Pattern, 40c
27 in. Flax Towelling, 40c
40 in. Half Bleached Linen
for Ladies' Skiits and
Men's and Boys' Cloth
Superior quality in sets
Fine Linen Round and
Square Cloths, with 1 doz
full sized Napkins to '
Hemmed Stitched Linen
CldtKs 'arid Napkins to
match, . . $9 set
84 Cloths, with Nap-,
kins to match, $12.50 set"
$25 values in 90x90
Cloths and Napkins, at
$30 values in 108x108
Cloths and Napkins, at
$35 values in 108x108
Cloths and Napkins, at
$38.50 values in 108x
108 Cloths and Napkins,
Table Napkins, a gene
ral clean up,at 95c, $1.50,
$2.50, $3.50, $3.95, $4.50
$4.95, and $6 per dozen
Pine Irish Linen Lawns
32 in. $1.50; at . $1.15
1.75, at . 1.25
x. 2-50. at . 2.00
3.00, at . 2.50
3.50, at . 3.00
Special 24 in. Linen Diaper
Rubber Sheeting, superior quality, 38 in., at 95c
Linen Squares, Tray Cloths, Runners, etc., in all sizes,
specially priced " '
Fringed Doylies, special, $1.50, $2.00 dozen
KVKIIY ITEM i:MCTLY AS (IUU
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