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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 6, 1912.
LAST DAY OF
LAST DAY OF
3 Day March Specials
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
we will feature
A Rare Opportunity to Save Money on Gloves
AMONGST the Gloves we offer will be found some
very fine qualities that we are discontinuing and
closing out at cost. We have also quite a lot of Gloves
that are slightly spotted. These are going in the last
Three Days at exactly HALF PRICE.
Slightly Spotted Gloves
Marked Down to Half
16 Button Regular $3.75 Quality, Tans only, Sale Price $1.95
16 Button Regular $4.50 Cape Gloves, Sale Price 2.25
12 Button Regular $3.95 Cape Gloves, Sale Price 2.00
2 Button Tan K.!d Gloves, Regular $2.00 Quality, Sale Price 1.00
2 Button Colored Kid Gloves, Regular $1.25 Quality, Sale Price 50
2 Button Colored Kid Gloves, Regular $1.75 Quality, Sale Price 95
2 Button Colored Kid Gloves, Regular $2.25 Quality, Sale Price 1.25
2 Button Tan and Dark Shades, $1.50 Quality, Sale Price 75
20 Button White Suede Gloves, $3.00 Quality, Sale Pr'ce $1.50
The following are in perfect condition, hut being closed out on account
$2.25 Quality in 2 Button Kid Gloves, all sizes, Black, White and Col
ors, at $1.50
$1.75 Quality in 2 Button Kid Gloves, all s'zes, Black, White and Col
ors, at $1.25
Fabric Gloves, Special to Close Out
2 Button Black or White Kayser Lisle Gloves at 25c
2 Button Black or White Kayser Supreme Quality, at 35c
2 Button White Lisle Gloves, worth 35c, Sale Price 20c
14 Button Length Black or White Lisle Gloves 20c
White, Tan, or Greys in Extra Fine Lisle Gloves, at .' 35a
2 Button Heavy S'lk Gloves in Black or White, at 50c
Sale of Neckwear
See the Bargains in our Windows.
Many New Styles in Neckwear, specially
priced for the THREE DAYS, commencing Tomorrow.'
I LAST DAY OF
i SILK SALE.
It Pays to Buy at
LAST DAY OF
WATCH FOR OUR MARCH SPECIALS
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tn.in ft 0111 IIiIh Terrlloiy mill 1 ho ih.iir
innn of the convention.
Such ii iniicoiliiro would lie loo far-
ysimli In In f li n llilnrffirnlinn n llli ll.n
tiininiiS n nn iinLin-nmv iiiiii tin.'.
choice of the delegates to lie elected,
no matter how pond niid honest the,
m!hcK that tuny liao prompted It
such nn nRiccnicni ir earned out.)
would make the mining Itcimlilleanl
contention a howling faice
Such nn nrr.uiKenient HtnmiiH the
one hnndied and sixty delcKntoH to lie
elected by the people of the tartans
in rifilnplii HirriiiTliniit iho Turrltmi lit
that contention n atrnw men mid po-'
At the confoienee, 1 cslled the at
tention of Chnlrm.m Cooper of Iho
Republican ITxeculltc Committee to
the fact that at a meeting hold at my
homo sctcral months iiro. at which ho
mid party leaders were present I had
Insisted upon the elimination of my
controvrsy with Governor Frear on
a question of public policy.
Instead Chairman Cooper and lib
commllteo Ignored this mnjcsilou,
l?len In the Interest of piitt haiuinny
and Ihiee dny later r-iiiliiued (Inv
entor Irear and has since continued
to piomotc his cmidldnc.t
As for the chairman of the IXocn
tio Committee, not only Is It not his
right to dictate the selection of dele
Rates, but It Is Ills stilts, to sco tint
ColcgJtes be not solceted In ihli in .in
ner. To calmly pass up t lie duties
or the contention, to sti.it cl tiansfcr
Its lights, to dicker ttlth untune on
the subject, with the nhtloim purpose
of using the machlncr.t of the llxccu
tlto Committee. In nnt ttat which
might Interfeie with the fair elmlct
of delegates, national (omnilltccmaii
.ill olllrers of the contention, ,
ustit p it Ion of ptmer and u tlolallnn
of the vital piinciptcs of the Itcpub
llcin pirty, which should be fiottned
upon and resented. N'o seir-resped-Ing
Republican nhmiM or would sub
mit to such dictation.
It hi nn honorable ambition to seek
selection as delegate of the Hcpalil!
can party in Hawaii to the national
contention tthlcn will choose om
standard-bearer nnd declare Its prin
ciples for the coming campaign, and
no aspirant for that honoi should he
percmptoilly told by Mr Cooper or
anyone else that the cholro llm else
where than ttlth tlto Tcrrlloil.il con
1 do not wish to go to Chicago as n
delegato chosen by any one man. If
I go nt alt I wish to go as one chosen
by the Republican paHy In contention
It must also be boiuc In mind that
tho people itt this Toriltory as well
as In many States on the mainland
hnto fought for the enactment of pri
mary laws so)ely mid primal lly to en
nhle them to do away with politics
basnet, controlling Humiliating conten
tions and to securo to themselves
their unquestioned tight to select their
candidates through tho ballot box.
I bellete Hint In order to sticngth
en the patty duilng tho campaign i l
November, tho voters at large mutt
know that those who aio cntriiHtel
with the caio and management of the
parts are working In good faith for
the people and for tho Terrltorv.
Without these assurances, wo will
study fall at the polls.
I think any other eourso Is a mis
take mid not tine ncptiblleaiilsm I
would rather lest my fnto In tho
hands of tho people. Whatever clso
may be said of me, 1 am not a dicta
tor. So far as my icturn to Washington
Is concerned, I need Ray lltllo, No
honest man no l.ilr-ntlnilcil mull can
point to a Klugle Instance In m.t ca
reer as Delegate whero tho Intel ustH
of Hawaii hate been neglected bj me.
Upon this I am etor ready to hnto my
coustltuenc pass. 1'orhnpn I nut) In
somo Instances illlfer with others its
to tho pioper cotirns to be pursued ;
undoubtedly 1 nt tlmcH am m error.
These dlffeieneea and these cirois,
however niiiy never bo tiiithfully
chaiged to neglect on mv pirt An
endeavor to do to will meet with lef
ittatlon In every line of my tccoid
The paramount Issue loday Is how
to secure hnimony In the Republican
ranks. Tho personal ambitions m
any of the so-called leaders or ofllce
holdcrs, no matter how high, should
not Jeopanllre what we seek to tn -coinpllsh
a united pally.
Aftci all Hint lias been said ami
done, the only teal illftefi'nrc of opin
ion between us lies In the selection of
the natltmal delegates, and this can
safely be left to an unfettered conten
tion or the party without u program
previously arranged by a few political
' . .. .
UK. COOPER IS
OFF TO SCHOOL
Lieutenant Colonel Charles II Coo
per, siiigeon general of the National
Guard of llawnli, and flint lieutenant
In the .Medical Resertc Corps of (Ik1 j
legular Aimy, leaVcs I Ills nfternoon
for I'ort I.eavcnwoith, Kansas, to at
tend the Ainu field sertlco school fur
meiileal ofllccis. He will be absent
Horn Honolulu more than two months
us tile course lnsttt a full six weeks.
Only scteii medical olllcers of Hie
National (itiard nrc entered for In
struction this year, nnd tho fact that
Hawaii has been git en preferment
oter other States nnd Terillmlcs
Kite a good line on the Imp.irtamc
of the Islands In the c.tes of the Wu
Depaituient. It is known to ho the
policy or the Aimy hlghei-rpB to
strengthen the Hawaiian National
IJiiaid as niiicli as possible, as part or
the gcnetal scheme for Oahti s de
fense, nnd that tlie medical branch of
the Teirltorlal ttoops Is not foigottcn
Is shoVn by (he nomination of Or
Coopol for a seivleo which Is conhld
eicd n high honor and u great plum
As ii Held officer Colonel Cooper is
mounted, and ho has leeelted word
from l.eatentoith that a hoiso will
bo furnished him mi nrilval there.
Colonel Cooper's name heads tho list
of militia olllcers ordeied to the
school, ho being the t nuhing ollticr by
icnson of his long scitlce In the Na
The bcvcu olllceis named aie
"l.lciit.-Cnl. Charles II. Cooper. Na
tional Cualil of Hawaii (Honolulu,
Hawaii Ten llor)).
'I.leut.-Col Joseph A Hall, Ohio
National Ou.ird ( Clncliiii.il I, Ohio),
"MnJ. Illal V llrailliui). National
Rtiaid of Maine (Noiway, .Maine).
"MnJ. rredoilck Schatlor, Connect!
cut National (lu.iiil (Stamford. Con
"MnJ Wllll.iin S. Tenllicrr), Nation
al (iiiaul of New Yolk (New Yoik
"MaJ. .lames II. McCall; National
Ouaiil of Tennessee (Huntingdon,
"Capt. ITatle S. (Irceu, Indiana Na
tional (in. ml ( .Uunrle, Indiana)."
Docto Cooper will leavo for Sill
Trancisco tml.it In the btcaiushlp Ho
iioliil.tu. ,u i uniinlcl by his wife and
something up to dato fn
footwear, don't fail to sco
our lino ol
White or Black
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort St.
Lewers & Cooke
177 So. King St.
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers ind leaden id
the Automobile Buiintn
WASIIINCTON. I) C. l"eb L'7
Tho balance of Irade still remains
with tho United States, according lo
llgures issued today of the Impoits
and expmls of this cotmtiy for .lanu
nr.t and the seten months of tho IU
cal .tear ending with last mouth.
Tho Itnlted Suites lniH)rted jS2,
ODii more than In January, I'.ill. but
for tho seven months It had ileci cased
its puichaics abioad by neatly $10
con.nnn. In Its export business the ITnllcd
States shipped out during tho last
month J.V!" I.ooo wortli of goods moro
Hum was shipped In .lauuart nt last
ear, and for tho soten nioullis end
ing ttllh ilatiuaiy 111, the epint iccoid
was $IO.ni),nno nbovc that or the eor
lespoudlng months or the acceding
I'nllfornln widely ttniui'ii me plan
lillig n sulmiarliif fclr to be held on
the bottom of the sea off I'litullu.i la-land
To Prospective OIL STOVE Buyers and GAS
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SUPPLY OF
Detroit Oil Stoves
(,The Stove of Satisfaction"
IStovei with absolutely no Wicks, no perforated Metal Rings, nor anything
I that looks like a wick.
No tall Chimneyi, causing flame to be 8 or 10 incites from the bottom
.of the Cooking Utensil.
In this Stove the Cooking Utensil is placed close to the intense blue
flame which consumes every bit of heat out of the fuel directly under the
The Burner of this Stove produces a full "hot oil gas fire,"
Burns any grade of Coal Oil or Distillate.
These Stoves will give as good result as a Gas Stove, and can be run
at a cost of fuel equivalent to Coal Gas at 75c per 1000 feet,
Note the Saving: Freo from Soot, Smoke and Smell) absolutely safe
and easy to operate.
Their Traveler is now here.
Call and see these Detroit Stoves early.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Agenta for such ie-.I-knowu can
U Packard. I'opn-Htirtfotd, Stevens
Durycs, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
CHUMAN CARniAaE CO.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day tip
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvcry comfort and convenience.
A IiIrIi class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin!; to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all (rains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Ifdand Hcndiumrtcrs.
Cable Address "Traw ets"AnC code,
J.1I. Love, Honolulu representative.
For the BEST RENT CAP.B In th
city, ring up for
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) I.ANDAULET, No". &80
C. H. BEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD,
ALL WE ASK IS A TIUAIj
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 123 Kaptolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and"
Agency Co., Ltd.
Horses for Sale or
Saddle, Driving and Work
RIGS OF ALL KINDS
02 KUKUI, NEAR NUUANU STREET
518 S. King to.
'i in- lucvn.i: ih:ai,i:u mni hk.
l'Ultnt, bus moled lo
18 0 h i mi s t it i: i: t
c Ini'lillon -ltcil front, nr.lr
Vonni; lliilldlin;. Trli'iliniie '-'MS,
Htir) thine; at this liutrl
li lmunviilQus, The cul
hIiio and tho tcrtlcc; tho
urchlti'cturo and (ho fur
nl'hliiRs, Uvery arrange
ment Is mndo (or the
comfort of the clients.
.Emma St., above Vineyard
YOl'lt TI.MI2 Will. Ill: WKI.I.
wifint i:tiii: liitin.v.i: uui:s
MIT ALWAYS HI.OW RAIN
A Bnod mitji In rent Fervlco on
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
$TEARNS & FOSTER
lmt f.y lh xromltrful Wib
J'ntffm that jtrwlurti tli4
imt prrtrt mttttriu k I'iirn.
Don't confine it with other cotton
dlt niattrcsMt; the oiily tluni; (hey
liavu in riim'ii'ju ! the wnnl cottoii
J. H0PP & CO.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE DEST MILK FOR
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alnkea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoilH Young Hotel
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Your Grocer Oejlj It
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