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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, APR. 19, 19H.
THE MARINE BAND
Will give a Free Band Concert THIS EVENING,
6.30 to 8.30, on Hotel St., at the opening of the
Conducted by the INDEPENDENT THEATER
From the Garage of the Schuman Carriage Co.
Any iirrvon man or woman, married or Blnslc, boy or Klrl la eligible to
Tho contest ln.uuiKcr rccrvcn llio right to reject liny nomination.
No employe of tlia Independent Tliciiter or u relutUo Is rllglblo to enter
At tho cloxo of tho contest a recount of nil tlic votoi will be made by u
committee of prominent citizen.
All tiue.itloiw that mny nrliy; will be decided by the contest manager uml
the Judge-, mid their decision will be lln.il mid conclusive.
The contest miuiugcr re-torves tho right to alter any condition pertain
ing to thlM contest other than reducing- the prize.
Contestants may nominate themsclvcf.
The Miltio of tho votes shull bo 1'lvo-cent ticket, G votes; ten-cent
llckit, 12 vote; llfteen-cent ticket, 20 votes. Although the contest m.innRor
tuny give more vote nluo to contestants on duo notlco to the public through
the Honolulu press.
: RECREATIONS g
Tho Umpire will bo turned over Id
tho Klks nnd their friends tonight for
a iipcclnl performance, to bo given In
honor of tho ladles who assisted In
making the ICIks Carnival n buccosb.
Admission will bo only by invitation.
tbo general public Icing excluded.
me, j.iks win navo tiniinct supper
afterwards nt the Klkstlubhouso,
HUGHES GIVEN SEND-OFF.
Director Hughes of tho HIJou thea-
tro orchestra wan given n BcnilolT lajU
evening oi the occasion of his last
appearance, tho Hawaiian Bnnd with
Captain llergcr leading appearing on
tho Btngo nnd tendering selections es
pecially sotcctcd to honor Mr. Hughes.
This was by permission of tho Mayor
nnd Board of Supervisors. Tho Hus
scll Sisters will glvo again tonight
their fascinating and dazzling flro
danro net, one of tho most scenic and
beautifully staged fenturcs ever
brought hcie. Tho electrical effects
ate wonderfully worked out. Tho net
will bo given with .variations during
tho remainder of tho week. Jourdaln
and (lervnlse, the vocalists, glvo their
net with special sctmcry.
Ret vnur nominations In early Ilnter your friends. ,Anjono can win
this line mr. Open to all Judges will bo nniiounced In u few day. Tickets
are to bo purchased from contestants or tho headquarters. Tho contest Is
to open v"in)Ni:si)AY UVCNINO, April 19, when n nomination coupon, to
gether with t paid admission to tho INDin'KNDHNT THKATUR, will entltlo
tho contestant to tho following votes: Olio flvc-ccnt ticket, 10 votes; ten-cent,
21 votes; llfteen-cent, 40 votes.
In the Grand Voting Contest of the Independent Theater
I hireby nomlnato.
This coupon. If presented nt tho Independent Theater, togeth
er with nn paid admission, will entltlo tho contestant to tho fol
lowing votes Kivo-ccnt ticket, 10 votes; ten-cent, 24 votes; fir
tccn-ccnt, 10 votes, on tho evening of April 19.
(Continued from Page 1)
"We want real homesteaders,"
scrted Senator lirown, "not speculators
waiting for u cliunco to grub develop
Kalelnpu declared bis opposition to
tlio resolution, echoing Senator Judd's
Tho resolution adopted rends us follows:
"Whereas, Kiom un early period In
tho history of tho United Htntca It has
been u settled policy In those Mutes
(ind Territories owning public lands, to
set usldo largo areas solely for c-dueu-tlonal
"Whereas, No provision was made nt
tho tlmo this Territory became part of
tho United Wales to prevent tho alien
jttlou of valuublo revenue-producing
Iiindh from tho peoplo to prlvalo In
dividuals and corporations In order
that the development of land and wa
ter of tbo Territory of Hawaii might
bo conserved In tho Interests of the
education and health of Us Inhabl
"Whereas, It Is deulrablo nnd tjttlng
that 'adequate and permanent provi
sion bo made for tho support and main
tenance of tho cducutlon and health' of
lho Inhabitants of tho Territory of Ha
waii, which provisions ityny best bo
made by setting 'npurl for such uses
tho rents, Issues und profits of tho de
veloped public lands nnd waters, re
quiring action of tho Opngress of tho
United States of America! and
"Whereas, It appears from tho rec
ords of tbo Ijiiu) Department of tho
Territory of Hawaii that In tho neigh
lorbnod of 40,000 ncres of developed
agricultural lands with wntcr appurte
nant thereto or capable of being led
thereon, aru under leaso (principally
to largo corporations), In many In
BtnncnH ut n very low rental; and
"Whereas, It Is estimated that such
developed hinds nnd developed waters
would, If handled In accordance with
good business principles, return an In
come to the Territory of Huwnll of
nbot 1400,000 a year; nnd
yhereas, Wlth'a'property-tax rato
of ono per tent un the uctual easily
vuluo tho Territory tluds Itself without
tho funds mcesbury to carry on Its
educational, quarantine und health
measures, n condition which, with tho
increase In population nnd quarantine '
regulations und restrictions necessarily
Incident to tho occuimtlon of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii by troops of tho
United States und tbo completion of
the l'anuniu Canal will liecomu moro
prorounccd and serious; and
"Whereas; Heretofore tho jA-glslature
of tho Territory of Hawaii did peti
tion tho Senate, and House of Itepre
sentatlvcs of the United Stutes of
America In Congress assembled, to
amend 'An Act to I'rovlde u Govern
ment for the Territory of Hawaii,' ap
proved April 13, 1900; and
"Whereas, Said petition contained In
detail tho liroposcd amendments to
said net; nnd
"Whereas, Tho Sennto and House of
Iteprcsentatlvcs of the United States
of America, by net approved Muy 27,
1910, amended said "Act to I'rovldo n
Government for tho Territory of Hn
wull,' as petitioned by tho said Leg'
Islaturo uf tho Tcirltory of Hawaii ex
ceptlng us to bomcsteadlng, tho plan
of which us submitted by tho said Leg
Islaturo In Its petition to Congress vvus
so altered, changed and amended that
the sumo hecamo nnd Is, entirely unlit
to afford tho greatest, or, In fact, uny
appreciable benellt to tho Territory of
Hawaii and Its Inhabitants; nnd
"Whereas, Tho present law, insofar
ns It relates to developed lands nnd
developed waters which now produce
an annual Income of about J150.000, hut
which under systematic control should
upon tho expiration of tho present
;cttos and licenses yield np annual In-
ciiniii in aooui sun.uuu, win,) unless
amended so ns to innKc, said lands' nnd
waters capable of reitsoiiablo exploita
tion, result not only In un annual loss
of 1:50,000, but may, through being
allotted to sptculatlvri homesteaders nt
u email fraction of Its real value, bo
ontlrely lost to tho Territory; there
fore, bo It
"Resolved, by tho Legislature of tho
Territory of Hawaii, That tho Con
gress of tho United States of Amer
ica bo and It hereby Is respectfully
requested to make such provision by
the passage of nn net substantially In
the words and figures following'
"An Act to Provide for tho Support
nnd Mnlntennnco of tho Public Schools,
Health nnd Sanitation.'"
.', Thcullhintwided, for submission to
Congress provides for tho carrying out
of tho Intent of the resolution In thor
ough fashion Tho commission Is to
consist of five persons, appointed by
the Oovernor Tho proposed division
of tho levenuo Is sixty per cent for
tho public schools, thirty per cent for
quuruntlno nnd ten per cent, for tho
College of Hawaii
Tho tlrst paragraph of Section S of
the bill rends as follows:
"Tho term 'developed land' as used
herein shall mean public lands which
hnvo heretofore been used or ore now
being used for agricultural purposes."
"Five bills wero passed on third read
Ing in tho Sennto this morning, as fol
House 1)111 No. 197, providing for
homestead provision to persons dis
charged from tho Kiillhl receiving stn
Hon; Houso Dili 233, providing for the
election nt largo of Maul supervisors;
HotiMo Dill 225, providing for tho rec
lamation of Insanitary land; Houso mil
No, 2&7, rclutlng to arbitration In land
disputes, und Sennto Dill No. 137, re
lilting to tho deposit of Territorial
money In banks,
Y. M. C. A. PROPERTY
Pfopcrty belonging to tho Y. M C.
A. exceeding in valuo ono hundred
thousand dollars is exempted from
tiynton, according to tho terms of a
report made to tho Houso this morn
ing by tho''flnanco committee. It is
the, outcome of nn attempt RtaroU
early In the session to exempt tho
Y, M. C. A. from tho pa mem of pro
perty taxos. Tho first attempt was
beaten, tho bill being tabled, hut
Cooko Introduced another hill exempt
ing all nroporty up to $100,000. Tho
flnanco commlttco talked this over n
long tlmo and finally exempted all
property ocr $100,000, which Is a
much different m'attor. Itlco tho
chairman did not concur In tho final
report, as there is somo question, he
thinks, whothcr such exemption Is
not contrary to tho provisions of tho
Organic Act Tho amendments as re
ported In tho Houso und adopted also
oxompt tho Y. W. C. A. on a Blmllar
Somo men .ire willing to put up
with nftcr-dlnner speeches for tho hake
of tho dinner.
SAVOY'S THREE QUEENS
Thn Anker . Sisters, two pretty
young women who dnnco nnd sing,
made their initial appearance at the
Savoy 4ast night nnd wero given n
cordial greeting, applause being pro
longed utter each of their singing
numbers. The third of tho royal trio
vvus Hilda Carle, who repeated her
Inst wcok's success nt applauso get
ting. In threo new popular r.oncs.
Tlicso wero "Take n Ijok at Mo
Now," "Tlint Loving Tuno," nnd "I
Know It Dccnuso Ho Told Mo So."
Theso three form nn unusually nt
tractlvo program. Now films wero
shown and tho cntlro program Is re
PARK'S MOVING PICTURES
Moving pictures only wero shown
nt tho Park Inst evening nnd theso
served to draw n largo crowd. This
Is tho new depnrturo of tho manage
ment nnd It took. ell. The show will
be of films every night, and Cunha's
orchestra will render a selected, pro
gram. Tho Park Is n cool, cosy the
ater and with only pictures nttracts
n lnrge crowd, ns there Is a part of
mo community which does not ca.t)
for vaudeville acts.
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
FOR OVERLAND CAR.
Tho otTlclul count of the votes cast
In tho Honolulu Amusement Com
pany Popularity j'Conlest up to flvo
o'clock Tuesday shows "tho standing
to bo ns follows: A. C. Corrcn 49,911,
Alice Ilruno 36,CSo, Hilly Dergln.sr,,
30.'; Hclno Hcydcnrich, 35,643, Mrs.
Scnbury 31,300, Wm. Cluncy 27,147. T.
Kong, 6292, Sarah Kallno 6124, Wm.
Cottrcll 3850, Hcrnico Watson 3591,
13. Gibson 3220.
GO TO INDEPENDENT T0
NJGHT. If you wnnt real entertainment
such as is afforded by tho most ele
gant pictures of romance, adventure,
humor und stirring nctlnn, visit tho
Independent thcutor tonight und see
whnt thoy havo on tho aluminum
Thero Is such nctlon ns is well
worth the while, and everybody is
more than satisfied beforo tho exhi
bition is half way through. Tho at
traction of the main film Is Midi ns
to mnko ono sit up nnd take totlco;
it is tho romnnco of u number of
"wild woMcrn" cowboys racing for a
sweetheart and every move of tho
film Is calculated to stir a sensation
In tho ohLcrver.
Tho Independent Is tho cheapest
theater In tho city, while at the same
tlmo It alms to plcaso tho mot', sel
ect crowd, and n cosmopolitan criwd
nt Unit. Scats aro ten cents, children
Tho Hawaiian band will give a con
cert this evening nt Aula Park, com
mencing nt half-past Eevcn, with tho
Overturo Kra DIavolo Atiber
Introduction and Polonalso (new),.
Dallad Dluo VIoIcIb (new) Hans
Selection noman I.lfo (now)..ThIoro
Vocal Hawaiian songs. ,Arby Ilorgor
Selection Roso of Shiran.. lOUcnbcrg
Intcrnic7zo Rainbow (by request),
'...., ( Wcnriclt
Kllittlo Dan Cupid ,...K Thurban
Tho Star- Spangled TJannor.
Moving plcturo men by tho hun
dreds are arriving In London nnd ar
ranging for the coronation of Ocorgo
Matinees Every Day, 2.30 P, M.
Whitney & Marsh,
No tickets of any
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
, AND VAUDEVILLE
This Theater Is Independent of all
tho others. Oet the Independent habit.
Admliilon 10 Cents
Children .? & Cents
WHERE TIIU FILMS ARE CATCHY
COOIi OPEN-AIR THEATER
NEW PEOPLE THI8 WEEK
Charming Team of D.mcers and
The Best Ever
Will Render Hlgh-CUts Selections
PILMS ARE AM. NEW
Special Matinee Today
' THIS WEEK1
1'eaturlng Their ruinous KIRK DANCE
nnd ai.OUE ROLMNd
By Special Request
Jourdaine and Gervaise
.In Indian, Italian and Spanish Acts.,
ENTIRELY NEW 1'ILMS
With New Scenery and Enlarged Stage
Management Makes New Departure
Exceptional Series of Films Just Ar
rived on the Sierra
PRICES 5c, 10c, 15o
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladles and gentlemen.
Phone 2467 or call at 176 S. King St.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
1. IVi, 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAQ0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
Hull vt In phone numbers nrei
IliisInesN Ofllco 22.'(1.
lMItorlul Booms 2185.
In BLACK,' WHITE and TAN
MONDAY NEXT, April 17
25c quality, reduced to - 15c
35c quality, reduced to - 20c
50c quality, reduced to - 35c
Sale Begins on Monday Next
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sowall & Co., 'Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(QRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRIHXLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaehen & Munich Fire Ins. Oo.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
aLi8GiJf) ml I ft V
Tho Young Hotel Laundry docs Rood
work on Indies' Slllt DrrxKcs nnd rcii-
tleinc'ii'M I'oiikco SultH. Thono 1801.
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An Oxford that will Fit Snugly
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We have them In th,r trustworthy WALK-OVER and S0R0SI8
matiest several different leathers, In dull and patent.
You must have new shoes occasionally, but why cast the painful
burden of moulding the soles on your feet when you can buy WALK
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ed In the factory under 00 pounds pressuro while the shoe Is "green"
and in its most pliable state. They aro comfortable the first day you
put them on.
'Let your hoad save your feet-wear.
Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.,
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