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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, AUOUST 21-1914.
8 EVE! Fresh . . .-.- TONIGHT 1915P0STERS GIVEN 'INSIDE' MADE BY AN EXPERT.) l i f 'U Love's Bakery CONTRACTFOR . ... PROF. BRYAN HOME TO MAKE RUN FOR SENATE AVAROE&TODAY ON Wild II -'if JOB N Candidate 'for fe- r election for r ervisor on the Democratic Ticket ,4 .-;v . . . . . : . , 4 -To the.-Voters of -Honolulu and Oahu U iwraby announce .that I wilt be a candidate on the Republican ticket at the coming primary elec tion for the otrlcj of- Supervisor of the City, arid Count or Honolulu. I have been a resident of these Islands for -ovef thirty years and am fully acquainted- with cobdfc Hons here. If elecfeJJ.'J assure you that the full value of every dollar of public moneys expended villi be returned: ; : ... Sincerely, Robert Horner '. . A . ... . v.. To the Voters! CITY-AND COUNTY Op' H6-f '. ; v ''.; , NOLULU. f-'':; . . ; ! ; i I hereby announce myself at candldale for th'e nomination as . .i .... i . . ' ' County Cler k according to the rales fan'd platf form of the1 Republican party. D, KALAUOKALANI JR Best Store for Oriental Goods JAPANESE ; BAZAAR t CORT 8TREET OPP. CATHOLIC CHURCH Carnival Directors Authorize Promotion Committee to Proceed With Plans The directors of the Mid-Paciflc Car- ! nival have authorized the Promotion Committee to proceed with the original plans for advertising the 1915 celebra- ' tion and. at a iriftinr nf tha ormmi. I tee at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon, bids for printing the poster, mailing cards, postal cards and stickers will be opened and the contract awarded. Thus far, the only bidders are the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and the Pacific Commer cial Advertiser. The letter of authorization sent by the directors for Emil A. Berndt, chair man of the Promotion Committee, fol lows: "In reply to yours of August 8, re ferring to our recent communication i with reference to your withholding ac j tion in getting out the 1915 carnival j pesters, we would -say that we deem . it. advisable that you proceed to have this work done and make your prepa rations for distributing in such a man ner as you miy think best "While we regret the misunderstand' ings which were incident to our action in connection with the general carnival "Executive" Session is Held to Has Brace of Planks for Cam- Determine Disposition of Lifting the Taboo Because the attorney representing the creditors of the Waikikl Inn is absent from the city and the formal application has not yet been present- paign. Namely "Free Port" and "Tax Reform" Prof. Wm. A. Bryan of the College of Hawaii is cut for the senate and will make a whirlwind campaign for ! nomination at the primaries, having ed, toe loard of liquor license com- (' returned from a vacation on Molokal missioners yesterday afternoon took at an earlier date than he had intend no action on the matter of granting ej in order to take up the fight for after-hour privileges to that institu- nomination. tion. An attorney who claims to rep- j prof. Bryan will run as a Democrat resent independent creditors to whom but draws attention to the fact that the Waikiki Inn. Is indebted to a total one of the planks in his platform of about $3000, appeared before the there being two upon which he will commission with a demand that , they n,ake his fight is not in the Demo make a thorough, investigation of Its Cratic platform but has been adopted present conduct and affairs before by the Progressives. This plank is granting any after-hour rights. He "tax reform." declared that despite the fact that I .ta, . n . n ... John T. Scully., the former manager. I "ax,, refrra; "M Biyan thl. ia supposed to be disconnected with morning, "is- fundamentally a Demo, the Inn, bis ehits are still accepted c?c P1110"- Jt has been adopt, and cashed there, and intimated that ed bthe P8ves tas P"re other irregularities are practiced. isIve Wea, which it is. I am In favor Inasmuch as the application for ex-!f ta,x reforP to Iff Point of the sin tended prlvilegeshad not been placed'1 on If.18, P,ank- together before the board formally, no cogni- with-the free f Port issue. I will rest zance, of . the independent creditors , m a.dWa5y 4J demand was taken at the time. . I Relative to the ' free ' Port" idea It Dxi hrH ihAn wpnt.intn inthv IUsi oe Biaiea tnai roi. urvan 19 program, we think that matters have! executive session, presumably to dis- the Mfater" of the idea, having fought been so fully explained and conditions Cuss the Waikiki Inn affairs, though diligently for Its application for many nave so rar cnngea as to make it un- the nature ot the Dusinf undertaken y83"- necessary for us to permit further de- i Wflg not jven out by members. AL . lay and we will ask that you proceed the close of the 8e88lon the "GETS IT" FOR CORNS wv.. v-. ..o Doara openea us aoors ana resumea wuS uui. m nnhiir nittine. at wnicn tne trans fer f license was granted the Pro gress saloon. The saloon is to be moved from its present location at King and: Maunakea streets to 1022 1024 Smkh street. Edward Cruney.-.tbe chauffeur who wait placed on ,the saloon's tabu list by Inspector FennelL about a year t ago, following an accident in which f liquor is said to have figured, applied for-and received release from the pro hibition; , V ; . The members were all present with Fred D, Lowrey in the chair After the reading and approval of the min- Item of business was an appeal to the board by Attorney Wm. A. Rawlins, in "Trusting this meets with your views on the matter, and assuring you of our hearty cooperation in your promotion work, we beg to remain, "Yours very truly, "E H. PARIS. Pres., -Mid-Pacific Carnival, Ltd." The opening of the . brds and the awarding of the contract will be the only new business which will come before the meeting of the promotion Ists. D. M. Linnard, hotel manager of Pasadena, Calif who has been visit ing in Honolulu for some time, will address the members of the committee on the impressions of Honolulu which he has gained from a promotion stand point' ' :-: SURE AS SUNRISE New Plan. Corns Shrivel, Vanish Until "GETS-IT" was born nobody was ever sure of getting rid of a corn Corn treatments nearly all contained me same ingredients, oniv some were liquid, some plasters, some "wrap- YukM DodU H kMl tarid James W. Wadsworth. of Genesco. ' person, in behlt of Edward Cluney, a iriQua Ot UIS wuvtitt' name uau uecu on the taboo list . fop a year." . Since bis last conviction for s drunkenness and disorderly conduct, Mr. Rawlins N. Y., announced his candldaoy for the United States senate on the Re publian ticket. J '. ', H pot mm' and Golds Forerun Sicknesi and should have Immediate edcrent treatment with SCOTTS EMULSION because physical power Is reduced or the cold would not exist., . Drugged pflls and alcoholic tymps are crutches, not remedies, but Scott Emulsion drives out the colds, warms the body.; by enriching the blood, and strength ens the lunjrs. : Nothint eonals or com Dares yihScoa'tEmaUionmbmld lag ths f eresa to prsvsnt broo- chitis, gripps or posomonis. O Avsii AlcsWfc SsWtltstst. Kit stated .that? his. friend , was a-public chauffeur and this official restriction upon hlra;waa: not only a stigma, on i his character . but: a hindrance to his business. He desired to ' have his pers and some -in salve form. Now name removed so as to allow him the- comes "GETS-IT" with a newly dis freedom of the saloons. The chair- covered formula -the com cure on man stated that the. board would con-r principle and a simple plan that never ' Rider the reauest in eiecutlve session, fails. This is- why "GETS-IT."h3 There: being: nothing furtner on. tne grown in three years to be the biirieHt ' docket, the chairman -asked Mr. Fen- iBelling corn cure' the world has ever ' . i JMUi iTA ovtrl 4 -'r neUkjine .-license :mpcttii, w &v ssi jtnown. MAAnAdnnffl tltrAO 'ft this I . . lZ':?Zr?rZ no more need of fussing BBW iu iW..wu-v,v. :: no more digging or cut i-r nothing to press down srecranr ii7 inname h ?SS5S?M fin anneared and stated to . Pu e corn or cause pain. h itnrnv fnr the.: rul lwo "Ops of "GETS-IT" on in . LUAL.inaouiuvu W mv - a. m ... . ' nnv. Robt. breckonsv had de- lwu seconas. mats an. For any XnM.not b filed with the board un-1 "GETS-IT" : is sold by druggists ov- rii his return and he; therefore, de-'ery where, 2oc a botUe, or sent direct 'sired to hold back the' application for y iu. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. special privileges until the next meet-1 "u KTSriT" is sold In Honolulu by Ing of the board. At this Juncture At- Benson, Smith & Co Fort and Hotel torney Harry TMUiswno was pres-c 8ts.; and Jiollister Drug Co. adver . ent with, several others, rose; to ma usement. ? feet andi stated that the' affairs of the 1 Waikiki Inn were far from being in any sort of a settled condition, fn I 1 en G Today is the ' H -. V - ' . 1 . . v . . ' If v - 31 eats Time for Marked A gentle reminder ought to convince the wise ones that now is thfe bst 'time to buy Meats, . t No matter what you want, we have it, and the best; tod? Prices1 and the quality the feest; ? the lowest til i. Try a Leg of our Spring Lamb for your Sunday Dinner, or any cut of meats, and get value and satisfaction. ; - YEE HOP. & GO. Up-lo-Datc Sanitary Meat Market Phone 3451 f th.v were very, mucb-unsettled. k j ttr -w mm.lf a iAi1itr find' r ' i Jlk.. anrf v dn f KOLOMOKU-Iu r repreaeni uiuw " notintend to have Hackfeld and Pea tcock and the brewery, these big fish, 'swallow the little fellows." The board, he. said, "may. not know it but It is nevertheless true that Jack Scul- i ! stni th manaeer? ae iaciu, ue DEATHS. Honolulu, Aueust 20, 1914, Hiram Kolomoku, a native of Honolulu, aged 64' years Funeral services at Kawaiahao Church this . afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Kev.s H. .H. Parker, pastor, officiating, interment G Q. MARRIAGE LICENSES Issued by FRANK 3T. B A RUE RE 89 Merchant Street Breakfasts MAKE FOR GOOD DAYS From a packet of fresh, crisp in the Kawaiahao Church ire' and eveir otberde'-of the Wal- j cemetery kikl Inn; Mrs, scuny is a iuc.uuiu-f er. Jack, does nor lnieuo io qmu w, no. It is understood," aid Attorney Mills, "that the new management has on front AnvrtL at the Inn whom the y are paying lu a day to watch Scully. and it is well j known that disoraeny fisticuffs are f requently taking place. It is disrepuUble The board should know the true condition of affairs, so should the public"-'. ; . y v The chairman of the board, at this, point proceeded to call Mr. Mills to order inasmuch as there was no for . mal application for special privileges j before the board. ; ' WELL-KNOWN KAMAAIN A I PASSES TO LAST. REST, The funeral services of Hiram Kolo moku, a well-known resident ot Ho nolulu, who died at the family home, 1267 Kinau street, shortly "Iter 5:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, are being held this afternoon from Kawaiahao church. Rev. H. H. Parker officiating. Interment will be in the Kawaiahao cemetery. Mr. Kolomoku. who was 64 years old at the time of his death, was auditor for Allen & Robinson, with which firm he had been associated for many years. He was bom In Honolulu and, with the exception of a few years spent on Mui. was a permanent resi dent of this city. He is survived by a widow, three sens and three daughters. Post Toaslies fill a ' milk. .bowl and add cream or Toklah Kotosshlrodo, Honolulu., Chle Matsumura, Honolulu Nasatane ZenMchi, Honolulu. . . Mikisbima Tsiuja, Honolulu Kivozo Kimura. Honolulu .31 .20 .38 .33 .33 .26 Then, with some fruit and a poached egg or two if you like, you nave a simple breakfast that is wholesome and satisfy ing. Toasties are bits of maize carefully cooked, delicately sea soned, and toasted to an appe tizing thrown" without being touched by hand. They look good, taste good, and are good. SOLD BY GROCERS AND-STORES. The Famous Juvenile Bostonians The Musical Comedy of the Race Track " TIPS Matinee Saturday EMPIRE THEATER TODAY Matinee at 2:15 p. m. -Evening Two Shows 6:30 and 8:30 p. m. Pathe Weekly No. 62 I TUB EXT EVENTS. TONIGHT! TONIGHT! 1TJHL f TTM un t rnoionay.ivjiasKe raece The Great Hudson Theater," K. Y., Success. THE THIRD DEGREE By Charles Klein FROM HIS FAMOUS PLAY OF THE' SAME NAME IN FIVE PARTS THE HOUSE OF FEATURED FILMS MATINEE, SATUI J DA Y AT...: ; ;..2 :ir, I 31. EVENING (TWO SHOWS).. . . .7:15 AND 9:00 P. l. Prices: 10c, 20c and 30c. I "BLAIR'S GREATER PHOTO-PLAYS POP ULAR TH EAT E R TONIGHT ' - l v A Two-Dollar attraction at popular prices rno advance. 10, 20, 30 and 50 Cents. TWO PERFORMANCES NIGHTLY, 7:30 AND 9:15. James O'Neill in the "Count of Special Lad ies' andhJWrcn'H JIatince Weduestlay and Satunlay. "THE POPULAR IS NOW THE COOLEST HOUSE IN TOWN" Y 4 .. f f . i : .r; ' ;. - . k. ' . vs . .- ' , . y W ' 7 J Prof. Hiram Bingham of. Yale University. Will Lecture on - feplorations in Peru Under the auspices of the UNIVERSITY CLUB On Priday Kveninff, August 21 at 8:15 sharp, at the OPERA HOUSE Entire proceeds go to Tuber culosis Section of Leah 1 Home. TICKETS 25c t $1X0 On sale . nt Promotion Com mittee Rooms on and . after ' . Monday; August' 17. : Matsu.Lonu, Honolulu