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CVRNINJ lUtL-LICTIN, HONOLULU, T II., WUDNKSIJ' Y, JUNi: D? 1910.
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HEW STOCKS LATEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED GARAOE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
I02S Vn imni? St
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in iti
asrcmblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai! A QuicR,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nccts nt Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Trnffl" Manager. Y. y. R R.. Merced, Cal.
"At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EAOII ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
., AND YOU WANT A GOOD
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03 05 ICIiiu Flrret, near MnimnUn
rhono SOI Daily Delivery
Find a True
Duffy's Pure Malt Whitby
The World's Greatett Medicine
The old family remedy. Cures nerv
ousness uiiil indigestion, ilUc'K power
to tliu hrnln, BticiiKth mid el.istulty to
tlio muscles and rlclmona to the Mood.
It Ik lnnhtnhlo for overworked men,
delicate women, ntid r.lckl chl'dron.
It In n promoter of good lienlth mid
longevity. Keeps the old oung;
makes the jnung KtronR mul vigorous.
Aold substitutes mid Imitations;
they mo dangerous.
Cufly Malt Whiskey Co., Roehciter,
N. Y., U. 8. A,
t.ciiv3 Hawaii I'roinotlon
Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day 10:30 n. in., Pallet i. m,
Mojtnlni or Punchbowl,
Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday W:30 u. m., nrouinl Din
miiinl Head; :i p. in , Pull.
Sunday-10:30 n. m, I'nll; 3
P. in., around Diamond Head.
.CIIAI10K li:it I'ASSIINORR,
CaiH cm hn hired tni special
Km further p.utlculars apply
HAWAII PROMOTION COM.
HONOLULU POWER WAUON
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel Si. FnncU
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingscoit $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ha walli n Island headquacn. Cable
addres:, "Tiawcts." ABC Code.
is very popular withtho man
who wants the' besLof '.liqnor.
If it's n moraine; orafierhoon
glass of beer; a mid-day. cock;
tail, an evcn'ng,' highball
the best is at the
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts,
0. J. MCCARTHY, Prop.
SUMMER, VACATION SUGGESTS
H A L E I W A
IT'S A GOOD THING
On the Line of the Oahu Railwa-?
Sachs Block, Fort and Beictania Sts.
Due furnished rooms, )1 pur day
1)0 and upwards par muulh Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Fa mil-Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beacb
W. 0. BERQIN.' Prop.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Bkln siiffeii'rb' Dtop Birupy Halves
and natty medicines. That mild,
soothing liquid, I). I). U .1'ioscilptlnn
stopB Iho nwful Itch with the first
iliops A doctor a pieacrlptlorj of uc
knowlodgeil vnlue. (let n bottle nt
Honolulu I trim C Foil aliwl.
sm""For ncnt" cards on sale at
Iloln.an Day, the author, told an an-
dlenco In Washington. I). C, Just
what are the effects of Maine's prciht-
liltofy law. ' i
Mr. Day allowed how, In the 5?
years. "It had l.eeomo so tho.oughly
Identified with the political Interests
of Maine that the law, as a moral In-.
nuenco had been largely disregarded;
that Is. In the atte.fipt to carry favor
and win votes, political parties of tlio
stale had Indulged In H-rlodlcal efforts
nt enforcement, only to loosen up
when It was discovered that tho party
was prejudicing Its Interests at the
polls by too KtrlnKcnt enforcement."
Mr. Day safd thnt "during tlio en
tire half century that Maine has had
the law, there lifts been no consistent
and persistent and thoroiiRh attempt
to enforce tho law with absolute hon
esty, Those who were entrusted with
this enforcement In the past acted with
ouo ejo constantly on the polltlcnl ad
antaR0B, but In the last six years
thcro has been nn attempt to enforce
"A governor who took the people of
the state at their word, and tint law
ns It HtiKMl, becamo responsible for
tho law ami put the enforcement of
tho law Into the hands of himself and
n commission of three. Kufnrcqment
deputtcH have bei-n sent In squads to
various parts of the stnto, nnd thu
iiTiilt has licn prohibition enforced
probably as thoroughly as human ef
forts can uvnll. Hut In tho various
Maine cities, arrests for Intoxication
have, Increased bujond tho numbers
when the sheriffs tolerated what wcro
practically open b.irVooms. Tho ship
ment of llnuilis Into Maine by express
companies has largely Increased. Tho
saloon ns Malno has known It for
many years, under a shcrlff-nindosys-tern
of nollccnso has been abolish
ed, but In lis plnco there have come
In nil tho larger centres hundreds of
ilhcs selling compounds called whis
key, lint shown by analysis" to bo
funnufncttitcd from nlcolrol nnd drugs.
No unprejiidlred observer can stnto
that so far ns the evils arising from
liquors nre concerned tho enforce
ment of tho law has mado any lm-
"As n result of standing sponsor for
the enforcement ths Republican party
now finds Itself In tho most perilous
position It has occupied for years. To
speak colloquially the zealots In
charge of trie party management call
ed the tittitf of tho people of Maine,
and the ttKopip din'tllkc It. For
years Maine has been throwing from
twenty-flu- to thirty thousand plural-
lly for the Republican governor.
I "In tho last election, een in n Pre
fldeutlal j ear, when Maine Is given a
great deal of assistance by tho na
tional pirty, that plurality wns re
duced to liiroly soen thousand. The
liquor question Is largely, If not whol
ly, responsible for tho stato of unrest
(shown by theso Hltlcnl figures. Tho
1 lamest centres of the stato nro in vo-
clfeTous nnd open revolt against tho
attempt to enforce tho prohibitory
law. Tlio country districts Rtnnd pat
on Iho qu-stlon. for tho problem of
prohibition high license Interests them
"The most disappointing results
have attended tho recent attempts of
Maine to liavo nctual enforced prohl-
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Now York, June 12. Hon C 8, It oils, the tlrst niuti to lly from Unglund
to Fiiiiico nnd return ngnlu without Btopplng bis machlno,"-ts coming to
Now Yotk this mouth uud will cuter tho flying couteutu between New
York, Chicago and Bt, Louis Mr Holla Is Ilylne mora lor honor than for
rash uriu-b. his flight ucioss tho KnclUh channel brluclns him only a I00
j B(1 L.ul
Thl,H, ,(u-tiiroM show lion. ('. H, Rolls milking Ills llrst utteinpt to fly
rr()MH the HiikIIsIi cliiiilliel mul H-liir"- Tim nwnnil fdilliro iilmnn lillil
' '' "''' PI Nlnn placed In imMllmi,.
liltlon. Aftrr nil (ho cars of collusion
hetwecn the saloon and prohHfltl'on,
the rnlomi having hcen tolerated liy a
system of practical no license. It wan
expected In Maine that an honest at
tempt, to iiiforcc th" law would ro
f nit In nlia of three- things. Hither that
Iho fliimliiaiit, party would gel liohlnd
4Vt.fi (rti'm-tirt urlit t ntl iin,l frtt nnlit it
cnforccnicnt ' an,, w;lt, B,Vo hn
majority that would settle nvittcrs' for
tho rum element, or. that the .party
onld ssc that tho regularly elected
mc. rtcrlllti ntl ttlhci wotiltl m
"ct ns " "'I"11""1'" ,?'; ' c"'
forecment cnninUM with Its tpen
v c""vd ,of, ,lc1m" n8' "J" UW?" J
,,l,11."'0, I"a, 7ln" ,,cc,',,',, l,,mt
" !'rt 'n"'il 1 c ty and country
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liilla In llwh unHllhitlil llint hlTrtHIH I I
tons to tho sentiment that allows to
municipalities the regulation of pollco
mailers In fact, admitting that pro
hlblllou In not feasible, the matter
would ba resubmitted nt the last leg
islature to Iho K'Op!c for n vote hut
nono nf there contingencies lias hap
pened. "Tho penp'o seem to lnvc been so
long doiuln-itcd by Iho hypocrisy of
the "system thnt they find themselves
unalilo to declare for any straightfor
ward course in tho matter. As a mat
ter of fact, the radical prohibitionists
nnd thu liberal personal liberty elo
menl havo taken sides nnd are cxhau
itlng their efforts In fighting It, though
not admitting that tlicto Is any com-
j incin ground of cirnpromlsn on which
both elements could meet ami nrrnngo
matters for the truly best Interest of
"And In this sltint'on (lie p-illtlclani
nio still trying to stiadllo tho nntl-r.i
but never In nil tho Sears slnco pro J
hlbltlmi was minuted In Maine hnsj
there been such an agitation t thaj
quentlon ns Is now on. nnd keen ob
serve! s of conditions In Mains predict
that nt tlio next ejection tho Stato
will cxpreis Itself manner thnt It imy
be taken out of the hands nfNho poll
tlclniis who have merely be'n using
the law ns n means of furthering per
sonal and party ends"
EAT FATS, EE3APE WHITE
PLAQUE, SAYS DM. KEYEO
Chlcaoo Physician 'Declares Fats and
Oils Also ulve Stamina Against!
DKTHOIT. Juno 10. "The law of
Immunity from tuberculosis Is: Hs
tubllsh tho habit of catlu nnd assim
ilating the fills uml nils. Not i-nlyj
will on b-j Immune from tiihcrculo-.
sis. but you will possi ss the st-jiuln i J
and vigor of constitution to ward oft
many other diseases un.l to enjjy
health and lire."
Thomas Ltasvlt Kcyes. M. I), of I
Chicago one of tho fqrnniost autl)orl
lies on tuberculosis In (ho country, ls(
nuthoilty for the foregoing statement.,
Fc- thu citru of tuberculosis, I'rtgbt's
dlseaio, skin diseases, nencu trcm-1
bios nnd many other ailments ho proB-i
r-llics tho Injection of pure o'lvo oil, I
t-gethnr wjth the o.ii'ng of frtty and
oily foods. Tlio auseunns ara mado
In nn nrllclo on tho subject In "The
Medleal Counsellor, a homeopathic
magnzlno, edited In tyotrolt. Or Kcyes
"It Ikis been proven that chlhlicn
are seldom, If over, born with tubyr.
culorls but children nro croitures of
Imitation nnd their habits of eating
will bo largely those of their parents,
wfio. If tubctcular, will abhor fatty
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
FRIDAY, JULY 1st
Stocktaking is over and we will'
dispose of all Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
WASHABLE LAWNS 10c. Yd.
38in. CHAMBRAYS lOo. Yd.
PRINTED BATISTE.... 12V&C Yd.
TABLE LINENS 30c. to '$1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, nil sizes...,....,
...75c. to $1.10 Ea.
INDIA LIN0NS....10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS COc. to $5 Ea.
In Ginghams, Silks, Mulls. Lawns, Nets,
White, Cream, Pink, Black, Blue, Ecru,
etc., from $1 to $7.50 each
$18 to $21 SUITS now $10.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. . , 10,00
$10 to $12 PANAMAS now.. 7.50
A new line .of PATTERN EATS just
' received and now on display1
Get Ready for the Fourth of July
SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS ,10c. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS 15o. Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20c. Yd.
$1 to $2 Doz.
BEDSPREADS,., ..$1 to $4.50 Ea.
LINEN SUITINaS..-.10o. to $1 Yd.
$3.00 to $0.50 Ea.
$15 to $17.60 SUITS now. . . .$13.50
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now. . . . 8,00
$ 5.50 to $7 WOOL TANTS