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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1911.
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We are Retiring from Business. EVERYTHING MUST BE CLOSED
OUT BEFORE MAY 31st. Marvelous Reductions in
Tlioso Prices give sialic of tlio cuts made on thousands of articles in this Stock.
Wo reserve. EVERYTHING IHCUST BE SOLD.
Regular $8.00 Gold Filled Reduced to $3.00
Renular$2.D0 Gold Filled Reduced lo $1.00
Regular $6.50 Gold Filled , Rodnecd lo $4.00
Rogular $2.00 Cold Filled Reduced. lo ,$1.25
Solid Gold Beauty Pins
Regular $12.00 Solid Gold Reduced to $ 9.00
Regular $15.00 Golid Gold Reduced to $10.50
Regular $7.75 Gold Filled Reduced to $5.50
Regular $6.50 Gold Filled Reduced to $ 2.50
ALSOl THOUSANDS OF HAT PINS, SCHOOL PINS, MANICURE
SE18, COMBS, MIRRORS, TADLE SILVER, DONDON 8P00NS, SOUVE
NIR JEWELRY, LODGE EMBLEMS, ETC., ETC.
.Reduced to $1.25
.Reduced to $2.00
Gold Filled Beauty Pins
Regular $ .75
. Raduccd to 50a
.Reduced lo 25o
Solid Gold 14-k. Bead Necklace
Rogular $26.50 Reduced lo $19.00
Regular $12.00 Reduced to $ 9.00
Solid Gold Brooch
Regiilhr $9.00 Reduced to $6.50
Regular $7.00 Roduced to $1.75
Regular $6.00 Reduced lo $4.00
WATCHES WATCHES WATCHES
17-Jcwcl HOWARD, Hunting Case, $37.50 Reduced lo $30.00
21.Jowcl HAMILTON, Open Face, $45.00 , Reduced lo $35.00
17-Jewol ELGIN, Open Faco, $30 r?. Reduced to $22.00
17-Jewcl WALTHAM, Hunting Cose, $27.00 Reduced to $20.00
17-Jowcl WALTHAM, Ladle', $30 Reduced to $30.00
Don't Miss this Opportunity.
121 HOTEL ST.
MES1 SUBSCRIPTION REM
WAS SMASHED YESTERDAY
Another subscription contCHt rcc-'
oril was smashed yesterday by ths
hustling and stiiibltlciiiH workers for
trips and organization prizes. Tlio
iccoid for the biggest, now subscrlp
lion i eluriis was inado early In tlio
Btait of this content mill was main
tained until tlio uurkora roniiucnccd
In pour in tholr broadside of biib
Tlio llrst recoid stands In data us
the day of the most oubscrlpllona re
ceived but the one made yesterday
la n still better ono as the terms of tlio
niibscliptlou orders wero much long
er, almost all of them being for twelvo
mouth subscriptions. Computed In
number of months of subscriptions
nnil not as Individual ordurs, yester
day was thu biggest day cit tlio eon
tent, eo far for now tuihicrlptions.
Tlio oxtromo activity of tlio candi
dates is duo of course, much lo tlio.
f,it of tlio niercantllo and extra Voto
otters now In effect until Saturday,
May 27th. Tlicy all realize that this
Is n rrlllriit contest period and nro
devnllug all Hi" t lino they can lo tin)
work. And "tlio returns Jhcy nro 'so-
curlni; for their effoits Is most grat
ifying to the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n as well us
to tlio candidates themselves. , Tlio
orders they secure beapeakn their
own popularity, and their energy; but
It pindalms nliovo nil, that the II u 1
lnlin Is icrognlzcil as tlio best
newspaper in Hawaii.
I'Vw peoplo Imvo any ohJectin to
taking a newspaper for n long sub
scription tet in when llioy 'know that
It will continue to -Improve In news
quality mid currier service
Owing to tlio fact that tlio nctlo
candidates who aro working for tlio
Mny prizes uro holding their votes In
icscrvo Instead of easting them, the
regulnr counts this week have been
postponed until Hatmday.
l'rlce of Dulling Iliilletbi. '
1 MontL-'u Subscription ....$ .75
3 Months " $.'-'.00
C Months" " $ 4.00
1 Vcar'n " .w..$ 8.00
2 Years' " $1C.OO
3 Yeats' " $24.00
D Years' " $10.00
I'rko of WicUr Itullillu.
1 Yo.ir's Subscription $ 1M
C Years' " $ 5.00
, yotks issiri:i ox
Subscriptions to 1'tc.iilng llulldlii.
Onu month 2J0 350
Tlireo months 450 550
Six months 1,000 '. l.'JUU
Ono year 2,100 ti.ooo
Two j ears 5,000 7,000
Tlireo years 0,200 11,000
Flvo years 21.000 SO.O'.-O
(Subscriptions (o "iVcd.lj Ilulltlln.
Ono yonr 250 350
ITvo years 1,500 2,000
Tlio Bulletin Illustrated speciil
BROAO FLAW FOR
edition will be of much Interost to
friends, as It describes and pictures the
land you live in or aro visiting..
FOR TRIP CONTLSilANT IN CVCNINO UULLLTIM
TUN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Name , , ,
Address ,,,,,,, , .
Fill In nam and addren of your favorite cnnilliUu
and csml lo lbs 0 ul let In Conteit Department.
(Not good after Thursday) Jims 1)
Commission Settles Policy of
Preventing Disease By
Wnrli of tlm hroiflct scope, dlrtilcd
straight-ugniiiHt speckle liu-unltnry run
illllmii ami possible disease III Hono
lulu, was willed upon by-Urn now siyi
ltur. commission at u inerlliitr held
yaateriljy afternoon In the Cliamlier of
The commission not only outlined the
plan of campaign that will lo follow
ed, I lit went Into details, subdivided tlio
work among the members, decided upon)
the in-lunl beginnings of llio "outdoor
Insprctlou," nnil Will toko tlio Held nl
I o'clock next Monday afternoon In thu
first of u scries fit personally-conducted
lours or llio city.
1'li.ilrni in (loorgo Jt Carter presided.
and every muinlier was present. Thcro
wore nl.ij present riupervlsors MrClcl
lan mid Krugcr mid Senator A. V. Jmld,
tlio fatlier r tlio sanitary commission
mid nihil- he.illli measure In tlm ro
om Legislature t-Senutnr Judd wnsln
lle.l to ti'ilili f-n the rotiiinlsslou anil
did rn, nialilliB u stralght-from-llui-shoulilcr
talk on the urgent ueeeHBlty
b The eating of food contaminated
b InfceUd water
e The eating of, food contaminated
The remedies lire:
1 rfe system of sewage disposal.
'.' S ifc water supply.
3. 1'ioteetloii of foodstuffs ugalnst
4. i;trrnilniitlnn of tho fly by the
dcsli action of lly-prodiiclng things and
lly food supplies.
5. Miscellaneous protection of f )
duffs such as protection of mllle from
cnntnliiers by Infecte'd water eir Hies;
pioleetloii of salad vegetables from
employment of dangerous feitllljiirs;
proleitlon of imuiilli vegetables from
eoiitnmiiinllou of other Irrigation sys
tems. II. plieafcs spread by animals Dii-
haiilc. plague, for ennmple, Anlm.iU
spread It, and several speeleo of domes
tie rain aid In Fpreading It.
1. Ordinary buildings to bo F" enn
as to he rat proof, or near
rat in oof.
2. Abolition of rnt-bree-dlng places
siieb lis lumber piles, board sldcwiUks
S. Rut utiirNlng, rucli uk lemoval of
gailu'igi', iinileitioii of frull trees Willi
rut funnels, anil ml -proofing granaries.'
4. Direct ilentruellou of nils by
poison. ' " '
III DItuvph spre.id by personal con
tact Kmnltpox, InlierciiloHls unit lep
1 Iliilliltlig oidliianicB to prevent
of u-al.liur tlio business eoiiiimiiilty up overcrowilliig; veiilllalloii: syhtemulle
to Hie dangers lying around tlio city. ' education ko as to liureaso tho knowl
Dr, Currio's Plan Adople'd. imIivo of the piead of such dLicasei
Alter (lenrluc away wuno routine ,,,,,1 rnliliig tlio stiinri.ird of living
eornHpondtnee, tlio cominlijfloii lookj , Hprelllenlloiis l'or example, coni
up In'oi iii.il dlKcuxsleni of Its ilutl. m n ml ' puiMory vaccination; for (iiUeienloils.
Iiouers, und Dr. Donald II. (birrlo of . special treatment; for leprosy, lynliitloii
the r H Marine llnipllul Htrvice, who ,f u,0 affile led under conditions th.U
In llio midlcal man in the coinnilKslon,
suggesteil tlio plan of procedure tlutfnatmico.
was linuu'dlately adopted by tlio com
mlwlo'i. Dr. I'm i la's ilim Is extreme
ly broad, but U i-o built Unit thu carry
ing oui of Its iktnjls will rtwill In a
ilellulie policy to pufeHjUuid tho lienltli
Will not bo so levcrc ns In e'unso ro-
IV Monqulln-buino diseases Y'el.
low fever, mal.irla, dengue, etc, Item-
cilles; DeBtriietlon of breedlng-plareM
for niniuiton, such on old fnuntaliis,
llly-pondx, elsterns, gutterH, rind.stug-
ot the city and ciiiiko n real "clenn-ilii." nnnt water generally.
Illi plan Is nlong inedleiil Mm. -ilo.Wotk Asoluned,
vl.iHillleH the work iieenrillux to llioilln
eHHei fimn whleli llio ort is in damier,
nml tlf remeilliKi or proveullvfi nusig
lirno In Ob IlkiMl will bo llio plan of
tlio Military enmimlKii. Tho gvlivral
slillmient 1a "I'reveutlou nC dbwison
mni'l Jo Iw fusrfd."
II la III (HltllllD H followil
I,- -JHhvum latisn Into tlm mouth In
food mid ilrlnlt rhuJr. lyplioid, ba
plllnry iiyrnlwr, timiobie iVwutsry
li,l: on pnrli uit)tl,f.
eri ivn I
Tlir llrst blow will be struck In tho
K..iln section, It was divided Miipij
ill he t ured of each district of the
tl and Hie commission, after Its geu
er il luspe, Hon. will dec Me what sec .
IIoiih to take up llrst, but It If. prarll
iall eertnln the llrst report will be
made on the Kewalo section, mid tills.
win no visueo ue.i Aiouoay miernoou.
Thu Hoard of Health Is already attack
lug 111" iireiblem hero.
Senator .lull inado n number of sug
gestions, In the course of bis talk, that'
will bo followed out. Indeed, so villi
able, wero bis suggestions considered,!
that ho was asked to draft them Into
writing und submit them to llio com.
mission. In the course of tils talk lm
"I should suggest first that the com
mission Inspect the Interior of every
blorK In the city and learn the condi
tions lli.it pievail theie, away from the
"ClI the leading men of tlm city to
go with J Oil, up such places us 1'rog
lano or llio. I3wa side of Mill street
W'al.o up publlo opinion. Tlio eyes of!
the lespnusllile Ileu of this town must
bo opened. Tho newspapers art: jbilngl
I heir p.irt and have ilouo it, but the big
business men bavu shown absolute
"Tho wholn effort of this tommlisloii
should not he In cle.in up That Is the
If iiilnen of the Ilmrd of Health. ..Your
piovlueei Ir to plan nml adslsn and do
tho hro.id uoik -1 blight call II 'pioby
laitle work,' prevailing illseuso.
"I should suggest 'that 'sanitary
loads' ho cit through some of the low-
lying sections not loads because
Irnllle neuls or civic plans, but loads
to allow drnln.igo ami thu iuo of gar
bage wagons. This mentis Unit much
wet laud will bo dried up and homos
will bo made for thousands of poor
"I'lght tuberculosis mid such diseases
with pievrntlvn Instead of curutHo
measures. Cnmpeto with tho tenement
bouse. Prevent ovcroinwdlng, living hi
NViiiiiips, It Is loo costly
IVote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
(This Coupon is not good alter Thursday, Juno 1)
Fill In n.imo of your favorite organization candidato and send
to the Bulletin Contest Department.
"I on v. Ill not need to fear for fi
nances It ton do your ork. the Ter
rltorv. the il and comity and the cit
izens will be ronilj to hear the lluan
clal burden of carrying out your plans"
TO BE REVIEWED
Afler udoptlmr Dr f'tiriluV plan, tljo
(onimlsslon suhdlvlded tho geiuial
work Into live parts, nipt ufrlnncd ivwt
IneilllH'iM lo isrli port, as follows: Wil
ier supply, (' It. llfiHcnway mid .Jnmeitt
I,. Young; sewermii', Youna; und Dr.
Hurrlo: ilraluusn. Prof. Aitluir It. Kel
ler and lleiiimnvsv. liiillilluwt and liv
ing aondlllons. (ihalrnHii OWlter And
Prof Keller; mbwllanaU, garuajM
tin) giirnl sanitation, i'li.rnn fr-
wl tnio.ltnal Dirnaltes oiNM' IhlVI , m nml Di- Ourrl
)HebW. (flltll itlHl ollivr illsi'tftomul tiauil, (uln'immltlM) ol twp ) Ulcaet
Th utiiV tjliwssx ir aHfii)ly cm- cIiam of Urn aubleits aiwhtlMd In H,
Irmleit fiutti; mill reiiort in Hi. i.oiu orti(itnUxii
tnro lauds, bill not too costly to drain
'The while population employed on
Pom I llsrhor work will mostly live
wiwl of NllUHliu sllliel, and liomew
ihoiild bo niadu for It.
"Hludy nisi) tho inctlma or eiiforclmi
tho boHlth laws. Pwlinpa tho iiihcIiIii-
cry of tho Hoard of Vlaailh find of tint
etty nml'cniinly can l improv! iiim.
That t within the rn-ovlmw of thU
"In iiii is3i)DnelionKpliP It weBld
Iw si1vlflbl for yoiA to inMier ths
lilep lttl win, Iwfare tb lawlstalun
bill klllx Hi iTfllltlM llsul Hevnitllt
Ninth Annual Mcclint) of Con
vocation Bcyins at Cathe
Kidseopal (lorgymen and laymen
..rifioiii all oxer tho Territory will gath
er loiuoriow at Kt Anilrou a I'ath
odral for the ninth niimial meeting of
the convocation of tho missionary dis
trict of Honolulu.
Celebration of holy communion at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning, In tho
cathedral, will formally open tho eun
ocutlin. Tho celebrant will bo
Hlsliop Henry Hond llesturlck, tho
cuUtolcr llov. I). I). Wallace, of Ko
to roitdimmjxltikckiia, llnunll, und tho gospeler
Hov. Joseph W. (Jimn, iiaslor of fit
Augustine rhiirrh, Koliala, Hawaii
Tho convocation will begin lis an
imal business session at i:',',i o'clock
In tho alliiriioon, tho business ho
hIoiih being huld III tho iiieuiorlal hull,
with Illshop Itiwturlik prosldliiK
Tlm next day, tiutnlHy. will bo
hmrkwl by kumIhI Mi'vleus, and nl 1 1
O'clock Iilshnp Hh.IhiUU Mill deliver
Ilia niiHHsl wWfi.
i i m i i
Ilia inouth full of lilacs is-pirnr, )
yir oHl Bom'' Dmiliep k' link I
Crematory Will Be Used and
More Wauons lo Be
Increased facilities for the disposal
of FarlitiKo were considered at n uiffat
Ing lutd yesti'iduy iifteinoon hetwefli
the Tei rlloii.il and county health au
thorities Those present nt the meeting ro
Piesldent Mott-Kinllh, Dr. Prntt. Dr.
Wnyson and Dr Moore. As n reault of
tho discussion it wuh agreed that thh
nuiiilier of garbage wtigoua should Ins
lncresed. At the present tlino lx r
hi use, but It Is N-obabl thut four itr
will ho provided.
Tlio RHtlHign crematory, not belnir
used at tho prosviit time, will bo
broualit Into Mrvle, and tho practise
of c'limplng the gsrl.SKU ill the fool of
Slierlil.ui street mid at Iwllol will bo
a hal. doiied.
The lloiird of Health and tho county
n III .ilo lal.e up tlio lly screening pioh
I, o d nidi ...or In foriniilnto a ror-
iil.it on tt.it will operate uecWMSfully.
'il iilrssi drli.l.lo of Infe.fMl i,ui il," tti.i
oiiiInsUH) Will uliO'O'lrl'U I" mli ml utrols and IHociUt,
lii ctfinli al , ' n b-,1 Q,,e in ;,t) sn
oil'-1 cl.i'i' Ml"i lilo brithsis mouth
Villi I 111. .pile,
CASTOR I A
Tor In&inU and Oblltlrou.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
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