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EVRNINj llULLKTIN. HONOLULU, T II., ntltm Jt'l,Y 1, 1910.
4 in. Dial, Plain Figures, i oo Mile
Trip, 10,000 Mile Season, Guaranteed
Fox Skid Chains
'Tool Steclj Flat on the Tire, ran't
, chafe, won't skid
With Reversible llaic'iet and Shank.
You can't a (lord to be without it.
Associated Garage, Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great beauty and grandeur, unique in it
assemblance of sheer walls of (jreat height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Fark Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pariflo and Santa Fc.
0 W. LEHMEn. Traffic Mnnarer. Y. V. n n.. Merrcd. Cal.
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR IIER OWN
ROOM,, FOR IT CAN DE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
AND YOU WANT A 000D
' HAWAIIAN FISHERY, f LTD.
King Street Fish Market
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 King Street, near Maunnken
Phone U01 Daily Delivery
Leave. Hawaii Promotion
Monday, Wednesday and Frb
day 111:. 10 u. in, I'nll: 3 p. m.,
Mo.inilui or I'unchhnvvl,
Tuesday, Thursday and Sat
urday 10:3.1 n in., aruitml Din
liiiniil lli-.nl, :t p. in, Pall
Sunday ln.30 n. in.. Pall; 3
p. in . around Diamond Head.
.oiiauhi: pi:h iAt)si:Nai:it,
1'ars nn 1)0 lilrt-il foi special
Kor further particulars npply
HAWAII PROMOTION COM
MITTEE. HONOI.UI.il POWI-.ll WAUON
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jul oppotlle Hold Si. Fundi
European Plan Sl.EO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
I ngs cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centeroftheatrs
an trains ana steamers. Sena tor
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Iiawets." ABC Code.
is very popular with the man
who wants the best of liquor.
If it's a morning or afternoon
class of beer; a mid-day cock
tail, an evening highball
the best is at the
Corner Hotel nnd Bethel Sts.
c. j. McCarthy, pop.
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furulhhcd KKims, 11 per day
$10 and upwards per mouth Splen
MRS C. A. BLAISDELI. Prop.
Is Now at
CURIOS will be there after the
THE A, 0, C OF OPTIMISM.
Advance ymirsvlr In your ambltluna.
Umco up tho other man and you will
plit Inspiration Into jour own soul.
Convlnro youiself that you nio on
the right tiack,
Dig. dig, dig Into jour work,
i Excel In eaih succeeding task.
l'nco tho inn-do when there Is mu
sic tu he faced.
, (let grit.
Heed the lesson of other lives.
' Invito critldhm ami Ig.ioiu common
Jump Into the breach when joii are
- Klndlo tlm spark of klndneos In oth
er people by example.
I.eain to laud merit.
Mark off tho steps of jour progress
,p to dato,
Number tho hours joii luivo nt your
Ostracize tho pessimists.
Pay jour board ovory week.
. Quote tho authors worth while.
, Hecognlzo tho good things of life.
See tho advantages of sulr help.
Tako your tlnio, which Is to say,
bo ttmpcruto In' jour work.
Umpire no baseball games on the
diamond or olsowhero.
Vouch for the man, woman or child,'
who needs your help.
Wish others tlm best thoro Is.
Uxert your Influence for wlmtover
neods to be roformod politics or spell
ing. Yearn to fill a position In tho world.
l-'ImilFy add soil to jour alphabet
of good cheer.
It takes an awfully good man tu )
be as good as lie minus otner men
ought tu bo. Springfield Union.
When n man doesn't grow) around
the houbo he's away fioin home, i
FOR A SANE
4TH OF JULY
Patriotic Citizens Advocate Less Use
of Explosives on Account- of the
Popular Mechanics, which claim
tlir largest clictilntlon of nuy publl -
cntlon In the world, tomes out with
. , , ,
an editorial In a recent Issue plead -
lliK for u sane fourth.
The editorial nan been put out In
,,r .. l,.iinr ninl mole Kent
i . mi,. ,.. .. .
Inenl officials. Governor.
I're.ir receiving n copy In yesterday's
It Is nn follows:
"The a n miii I cclcbiiitlon of our
National lilrthday In rapidly ap
proaching, and for scores of happy,
healthy hoys ami girls who arc now
studjlng their lemons ami romping
with their playmates, thednysof lfo
are nearly ended. About ono hun
dred, 'lays In this world Is alt that
remains to them It Is almost n cer
tainty thnt some of the parents who
rc.nl these, lines, and think of tho
fatality as coming to other children
than their own, will bo among those
to whom Juiy 4th will hereafter
bring only tho saddest of memories.
"Our Indlffcrciico to tho mutter
iirlKcs from tho Inborn human ten
dency to always think of disaster In
tho third person Instead of the first
and thus no one Is specialized. Sup
pose, for example, that Congress
voted to sacrifice one liny each year
as n National Fourth of July offer
ing Just one single boy What an
uproar wo would all make! Sup
nose. In duo nrocers of law, the vie-
tlm was selected and inn name nnil
resilience nnnoiin ed t-ome morning.
Suppose, also, he was as unpromis
ing and unloviihlo u youngster as
could bo found ami ho lled In a
cross-roads vlllago ro small It was
unknown"beyond the county line. In
n few hours the dally press would
flood tho ton n try with extra cdl.
tlnns, while editorial writers would
hurl denunciation at tho law-makers j
while demanding u special hcsbIoii or.
Congress, If necessary, to repeal so
Infamous a thing. Mutters of tho
greatest lAislno-'S Importance, soda!
events of tho first order and other
doliign of equal magnitude would
lunc to a(lienr In obscure poitions of
the papeiu. In every city, town an-l
hamlet polltloiiB tu tho President
would form as It by magic; people
of every occupation would neglect
their business In order to affix their
signature, and hefoio night sovoral
million nnmes cf angry and ilelor -
j mined men and women would have
j signed the demund. To rurry the
Argument 'fn Its extlcmo, wo may
cvon hsunirt that Congresn icftucd
to repeul: the I'rejliicnt declined tojiu u gu iicllan.
Intercede and tho highest tourt did
nut lulerfeie. An nttempt to exo
culi) tho decree would picclpltuta
"All this to save one unknown
"And yet on July Ith, 110, two
hundred or more bojg ami girls will
yield thelv lives to u foim of iclo
briitlon which has 'long ago (caso
In be even patriotic.
"While the bads in' an imposslbln
tine, the plctitied rcsiilts would bo
(..n la, n...H.. .Inf. If A, null.- ...a-
a.1 Hi; III UIU(j 1IUIUII, J,ll VlilllV II
nun ill nuns iu rata line iiiiwiiuiik
victim. Tlie two hundred perish
with only n pitting notice by the
public mid eoriow conllned to rela
tives and i:car friends. Then whj
chould this iinnunl cacrlfico con
tinue? Aio not the two hundred nt
equal ronpctiucucc as one? As long
a a ua (iintliiiie to be mitlBlled with
brief annual legiets, and coullno our
cffoits to mere talk, conditions will
not iluingo. Two thlugB would eeom
to aiiggeat as the logical courso to
bring about n teniedy.
"Something equally attiactlvo tu
children must that bo piuvldcd as a
"Second, tho young people them-
selves must work to aciompllsh the
change. This vvu'uld probably bs
done by a National movement oper.
atlng through tho public schools.
"To separata young America from
toy pistolH nnd dynamite crackers Is
no liiblgnlllctint undertaking, but
nothing to what tho Spat tun youths
ASKS PARDON '
The wfo of Murderer Kuliikoshl ap
peared boforo the .Acting Governor to
day accompanied by Attorney ltaw
llns In behalf' of her husband, whom
she wishes tu havo pardoned from
Pulukosbl, together with one Ma
salg, was convicted of murder In tho
socond degree tor killing Motohlro
Kltano and wus sentenced tu thirty
j ears at hard labor on January 23,
1 90 J.
In 190G Fulukoshl presented u peti
tion for pardon which waa, denied, but
now his wife comesbefore the chief
I'vecullvo unking pardon for him oh
ho Is suffering fiom horl-beri In an
DULL, ACHING PAINS
A Tacorrm Women Tells How
She Was Cured of a Trouble
That Is Common to
Every woman should look well to the
condition of her blood If -she would m-
capc days anil weeks of unless and un-
, n"' 7n'r,m- ., , . ,,,
Any weakne-iof the Wool mil nutrlly
'makc Itself known in tlio fonn of pain
st iilne-tcntlm of women suffer in
silence, not knowing that a remedy thst
. nj m, ,,p al (.trengthen the blood
will quickly relieve and cure it. Women
it, not only to themselves, Imt to
"icr ?" try a li.e-llrine mat HM
acconiplihel this result in
,Illt ,, eflVu Mn 0
so many caws
Mrs. 0. I Tavlor. of Vo. 121 1 Rnnlli
T!.,l.fl. tfmAt T.MIIl. 11-..-I. MJ. I
a permanent cure from the uo of Dr.
Williams' Pink 1'ills. Bho says:
"Kery tlirec weeks for eight years I
suffered from pains In iny bsck and
heail. They ero Hull, aching pains and
were worse jut back of my left eye.
Our doctor at llollenlicrg, Kans., where.
I mi then living, said I waa sutlering
from weakneMeomnion to my sex. The
pains made mo ery nervous and I
could not get much sleeji. Jly appetlto
was poor an-l I lecamc quite thin. The
dot tor did not ilo more than givn me
temporary relief and the long sickness
caited niy.blooJ to liecome thin and my
nertvs weak. , i
"It was only when I tried Dr. AVil
HamV Pink Tills that I recelxed rema
nent relief. After a short trinl l found
that they were helping me as I l-egan to
hae a good api-etite, to get good sleep
ami to feel stronger in e -cry way. '
pills entirely ciinil mo anl 1 feel tlm
is my ntiiy to ten other sullnrlng women
of this medicine."
Dr. Williams' IMnk Pills have Ix-en so
suree-fiil In eiiring the harai teristie ail
ment' of womankind that they are iu-tly
reganieii as a six-cine lor anirinin
rezanlol as a six-cilic
ehlorois or green sick-
m-, delajiil ili-ilopment and all irreg-
i iti "- imujni .i.'tiH.jiiiiiiiv mi. i mi iiii'k
nlaritles arising from liimine or uali-rv
niooa ami wiiik nenes.
I Tor mmpitto information aliout the
i .ib.. r n. vmii.... it...,. Din, t
ue of Dr. Williams' Pink PUN in your
rue, send ii jhi-IsI rani nviuet for our
fien booklet, ''Plain Talks to Women,"
Dr. Williams' Pink Hlh an- sold by all
ilrni-git, or will ho sent, postpaid, on
receipt of price, ftO cents per box; six
boxes for V.'.'iO, by the Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Sda-nntuly, N. V.
Itobcrt W Davis, u nephow, has'
asked for the uppulntmen'. of a guard- j
Ian for Jtliu K. Sumner, iilleglng
that Sumner r tumble to caio fur I
hla pioperty and proto.t it. '
llio petition alleges that Sumupr
Is 89 years old niul that his property!
I amounts In real and nerstu.jl to an
lpio iaiate y $12,000. Tho pe Itloncr
ctatet) that on account of tho ad-
valued ago of Sumner ho imii not
j piopeily tnro for in proj-eity and
that buna- iiillablo p. m I- needed
July 18 was Fot by the lourt as
tho date for hearing the petition.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 88, 1010.
From 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
Mrs Kukiiula II Pee.ua tu C A
lllehilw (l) . . . ,. D
Muua( Telephone Co Ltd by
Chuck How- Tong by ugt tu Ka-
ncolie Kko Mill Co Ltd.. Pur Itol
Kcaki-.lilwa (w) ti I,ouls l-'oulj 0
Hank of Hawaii I,td to A H
Doiuleio et it I P.ir Ilcl
Hoo-naiiawnuiii (w) to Alexan-
der Jl Mclirjdo ct ut u
llullctln PubllBhiug Co Ltd to
Mcrgenthalcr Linotype Co ...CM
II It nh I in by ntty to JuIIub voir
Slgmond , Agrmt
Entered for Record June 29, 1010.
From 0 n. m. to 10:30 a. m,
rtuilolth Ilejdeniclcli niul-wf tu
lllshop & Co M
J C Axtell to Alexander Young
Hldg Co , , I.
J C Axtoll to Hiivvn Trust Co
Ltd .. -. All
John Consalvcs ,Ir mid wf tu
San Ant Port lieu Soc) of II. . M
Entered for Record June 20, 1010.
From 10:30 a, m. to 4 p. m.
W K Nuuiauu and wf tu Wll-
Hum It Castle, tr , . M
II K Lejvvls and wf by attj'B to
Carrie A allmiiu et nl D
James K Kaulla and wf tu Ka-
niehunielia liivstmt Co Ltd... M
M Iga to S Hutu et al CM
K C Ilruns und wf tu A U Cai-
tro, gdn i. . . M
Amos K IOIdiedge et ul by uilgeu
to Cleorgo V Uavlcs U
Amos K Kldredgo tu George V
Davlcs .. D
T Cllvo Uavlcs and wf to Papa--
nlou Agrcti Co Ltd .. .' D
John I, Ulalsdell et a by tr to
It Wnk8man Ilel
C V Morrill and wf to Mary A '
Mary A Wright to MujI Illdg &
Loan Socy of 11 Ltd 7, M
Entered for Record Jnne 30, 1010.
, From D a, m. to 10;30 a. m.
A L 0 Atkinson by alty to Jus
W Pratt AL
Lllluokaluiil by tl to Jas W
Pratt .... , Cuu L
U Kshakaulla Jr and wf to
Alice Kuhakaullu V
185 edltorl.il rooms 250 bust
nesr office. These are the telephone
numbers of the 0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
, NOW ON
WHITNEY & MARSH, Lid.
Stocktaking is over and we will
dispose of ajl Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
TABLE LINENS 30c. to $1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, all sizes ......,
10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS 60c to $5 Ea.j
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 SULTS now
$10 to $12 PANAMAS now.
A new line- of PATTERN HATS just
received and now on display
Get Ready for the Fourth of July
L B. Kerr
4 J P
SEERSUCKER GINQHAMS ,10c. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS lDc. Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20c. Yd.
.$1 to $2 Doz
jjEDoPREADS.,. . .?! to $1.50 fci.'
LINEN SUITINQS...100. to SI Yd. t.
I t' 7l
XllljZOH UU&QiJMl , . . Oj
S3.G0 to 50.50 J'.Pi .(
$15 to $17.50 SUITS now. ., .$13.50
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now. . . . 8.00
$ 5.50 to $7 WOOL PANTS
now ..jf.V,.,..!... 4.75
& Co., Ltd
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