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MUUJiULUTbi'U-Ji UXLtaXNFiUDAY?J UNJfcl: Jj 1917.
1 ; --.'r.-t. 1 t-1 - tit- . - . -Cm. . Vj: i-f HONOLULU STABBULLETIN, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1917. THREE V - i t f f -i TtEPlBLIGANS DO TEAM WORK FOR ENTIRE TICKET DENIESG. 0. P. SERVED BOOZE "As campstn manager fr tU publican canfldates 3 th last man electionl brand it: the citfges ar.ci I.. MeCand!es. BOURDONS OFFER COUNTER PLAN TO THE REPUBLICANS -lCwith Each Candidate Ask-C- ;. inn Sunoort f or All - - ri - " 4. . MEETINGS 7QNICHT IU'publi.-.in pnjy will hM fj meetings thiB tvenlng, at iJliuokalani Bckol, Bijo'j ter and tli L,ilihsrbool. n 1 -MEETINGS SATUDAY A 9 Republicau candlatos w;ll ;. round the island aturday. JlOK at Kaneohe at 2: 30 'V, LlbbyvilJe, 3. SO. -nd Ka 7:20. where r.oHf pic jjl will be Khon anla I ret z will run from Rania-and -Wi the voters and thai fam jiWj home after the meetlg. If I f l steady and petsistpnt r.tlck on ti Split ticket advocacy fr-erted Urd landing William McClcta ani : ilter Petrle, Democratic candiatea, ' if the board of supervisors to e ex i Juloa of two Republicans, fetufa; fp talka of all Republican canaiates ' d Pawaa Junction last night. The. ' gumant used was that with thefgh liber of the Republican superior indldates there is no reason to diet1 fvo Democrats who bave Bhowri thtti j reives to be opposed to all progresite improvements and who are more tin 1 Ikeljr to bring discord into wl iould otherwise be a harmonious la franca for the betterment and impro meat of Honohiln. Albert Kauwe w ! the .chairman at Kakaako, Edwaiiand Manno at K.auni ana j. K.aniau tvam at Pawaa Junction. Acht Cits After Petri e W. C Achi, candidate for supervisor,1 declared that Petrle, as chairman of the road committee, had scent $19. 000 of the city money to build a road it pan out. ! for the Oahu Railroad ft Land Coru-u-n wonder if tfc pany. but when aome poor people in , "publican part jt misstatement! of I- Demorratic annpa'?n manjr. tha tae Re-mblicai pajtv freely dspense 7 booze on priciry election day at so::.-' of the hoc ;ls as osolt:u-! v tils" a:;:' unwarranted ? kr a.-, my manac mcnt of the fcpuWcar. Parr s funds during electiol c!af If cencened." This is tie statement male today I " t.y James 1 lolt, secretary ic Mayor lohn C. Lane nd hianaK'T & the rr:-' iuary csmpiigr, bd li aim iuei a challenge ic 1 L.. MrCasdless foj prove the claj?ea w hich !,e nadp a , the Uliuokdat. 9CoJl last T':eFday evpninz at a Dt'ratic rr.ettine. "Not a ceil o' ti'' uhhean c -.nd d.i'o?' can)i)iigi: &r'- was epf-nt fi free bocv at any preoiiiot : y me n: the Repuhlijin paty," rontinu-.1 Ho't "My vouch! for .very cent snt for that occasioi is fn to t :e :n?;-ec-'Jon of Mr. McCaidless and t'.e ;ul lio, and I oftnly challfm'A Mr. Mo Candk-ps to puhftntiate his ohareee and i . is s t . T (incnts t hat the Rc :nih can party didi''v and kncwii.gly d'.sp")so froe boof to the vo'.ors of tho 14th precinctor anv otii-r pre clnt for that miter at. claims with full know'edje o:' it manage ment. "If Mr. McCandess w(xild really take the trouble tofind out who v.ero responsible for th free distribution of nooze before prtoary (flection da., before making aucl false atrusationF that the RcpabHcanparty would stoo,' to such low and diry politico as he so confidently claims, io wouldn't have to look ry far frcn hiswn party's, doorstep; better oian yci!r party's kitchen, before youcast etines at the party of the tmmTtal Lincoln. "It is commonly "eportel in this community that tb gambling hui is strenuously workig day and night for the reelection f the Democratic sheriff, and that tiusands of dollar free booze tfl flow unlimited for this election otJone th. Better keep tab on thai unlimited supply Mac; S10 a day fo runners for each precinct as reports' ii a lot of money tt throw away on ihopeless shrieval !tl job; better taU a tip from (Joel Would Have Each Party Send Speakers to Other Side At Final Rally TONIGHT'S MEETINGS K d i.t-oi: - : '.a . . Pa'.a rH la , aM ''(; Ca 4?f i int? t: " a n . . it;. ;.:. to a. i::.:i'-ar..- e; ral Re- hlican audience, and in the questionable use had asked him to repair their road he demanded that they pay $5 - a front foot Acht also appealed to th9 fourth district to support him, point ing out that he represented 3500 voter In the fifth district and it would ' be tnjnst and unfair to those people to be without representation. "I have fceen with the Republican party since it waj first started here and I am bet-'-tar .acquainted with the laws of this terRory than any other candidate .ranting,' he said. Achi also made fun of toe arguments belnjr need by J. J. k rsnf, Democratic .candidate for mayor. ra'aaya' tT? elected he will reduce the uh-cost of living, but I doubt at ht can read the papers and really knowe why the prices have Increased." He f ot big band. Arnold Talke Frontage Tax . Charles K 'Arnold, candidate for re election "s "supervisor, asserted that the Democrats, Including McClellan and 'Petria, had worked under the front age Improvement law for 14 months t and had , done absolutely nothing to nrtract permanent roads. "When the Republicans came into office," he .aid, wlth ; lesi money they went abnad and did what they could and at t bo first opportunity had the front tax mended in order that h weitld be Just to all. and also got the Jr-Iature to give more money to the , rflccrta" 'As an example of what the f.-Kepiblicans bad done under adverse Ncfrcaastances, he pointed to. Kala SmJat avenue. King street extension i and Beretania street. . ;If youiwant roads made of molas " lies .tote for the Democrats, but If yon .want- real, permanent concrete roads ; put the Republicans into office," said Jjorrin Andrawa. The trouble with rHonoIuta is that ts soon as it gets a ridicule of the this 11th hour prior to election lsin appeal for the sympathy and suptrt of our prohibi tion friends? Thepepubllcan party his; nothing to hii it is open and aboie board and t not ashamed of its record as madiy the men who eoldset its affairkbr our city and cofcty, and deservk of the support forreelectlon at k .hands of the electorate at the cotng general elec tion OS June 5th." onri Next Saturday to 6.' Tea service son, also a la cart Music furnished Quintet-Adv. e Roof from 4 cents per per- the Rusgian good twng someojie'lants to spoil it." Hopkins Warmly. Prised James. Bicknall. ajitor, while ask ing that the votwiiipport him. also praised Edward kins, candidate for shWff, whom, biid, had worke-1 for rite years 'n Ki.cffice and was the belt clerk bo hit P11!1 OKan ai that the Re publicafe ticket w pie best equa' rights ticket ever&rfcented to the voters, fas it hadxery nationality on It. I A mistak which W-fc, perhaps, the fault olthetstenjgiirier rather than the printar, related tine proposal of a Britisl toast to th4 Three per cent Consols?' instead of j three present onsuiaj Nextluesday, JuieSth. is election day. At we ask Isfh you use your horse flnse and gk Vit and vote Honolilb Automobi dib. Adv. ssV Rummer lillimky Modes ' 4r ', ''.vO . i J s r A, V f s are beginning to appeat v-Kew shapes, new trimnincs. new tintinjkJL pjt?1??111 ever are presented in a recentl j arried S? of Summer hats, riady to be chosen toor- ljlJW' A charming diversiy of styles, ranging incomes t ttee large light "pict (iiShoms, will afford daightful selection fr r - sr . " .i . . ' - ' A a, ' f thrt .- t--r.-ral cam?a:pn ;;: e.cning. arranged far the l"-mocratic candidates i roi.'.ty of:'i' ' s were un- t ii.1 r:a::enpe oi nt- a at-- ' n the cam- paitn isju-'-p. Trr). W. A. Bryan, one r.f i ( i'j,"ri,i.ii ovm iL-rs. nov d 'nt'Au-fl v a ; rco.-i-i'.n w'.ierch: floroot-d :...' I -:i,o. rat; wr! s'.n two sp-ak ;rs to t!i-- final U. V. 'v no t ir.ii(la . cvenin::. an ! the publi.ans v.i.i s-r.! two of their speak- rs to th ; io!i;o( ra'.ic meeting A portion of 1'ioft.ssor Bryan's let ter to liduard "o-arty. Republican tnanagrr. (vr'inini: the proposition, was put lir-h'-d in the late news col amns of thv Srar-Bul'-'tin p.-terday. Th lettor. in full, is as follows: Counter Offer Made In view of the laudable nf sincere desire on the part of the Republuan r.anij'aiun managers tr get the atti tude of the Democratic party on the iSMies invdlvnl in th.e local campaign before a Repu refutation of made by your party of our sincere and courteous rt ply of May 30 in your paid advertisements in the daily press, the Democratic campaign com mittee makes the following proposi tion which we believe is open and above board and which is fair and just to both parties: "The Democratic campaign commit tee will allow any two of the Repub lican candidates now before the voters in the coming election a total of 30 minutes speaking time (8:3o to 9 p. ra.) at our closing rally at Aala park in exchange for a like courtesy for two Democratic candidates on the Republican speakers' stand at their final rally on that night. It is, of course, mutually guaranteed that both parties will be given a respect ful hearing and that their speeches are not subject to newspaper report or editorial comment. We naturally wish the voters and not the daily press to pass on the relative merfls of the speeches made. "In closing, it seems proper to say that the Democratic party has no de sire to simulate your questionable campaign tactics as exemplified in the distorted paid publicity given to your proposed Bijou debate in which you extend and accept your own pro position to debate public questions at your own convenience on your own terms, under your own management ad before a 'packed' house." The Bourbon candidates held two meetings last night, one in Kakaako and the other at the end of the Emma street car line. The attendance at the Kakaako meeting was small, and the Auwaiolimu meeting, while well attended, was shorn of interest to some extent by the rain. Supervisors Roasted Jesse I'luihi, candidate for supervi sor, "roasted' 'the Republican candi dates for supervisors and declared that E. A. Mott-Smith, when presi dent of the board of health, caused all banana plants to be ruined. He de clared the people of Auwaiolimu would never .forget the period that Mott-Smith held that office. "Are you going to vote for a man of that kind, who is liable to cut your bananas down again?" shouted the weekly Hawaiian newspaper editor. He referred to the mosquito cam paign, called Mott-Smith, a "mosquito" and urged the people ''not to give him anything at all." Uluihi said he didn't have a thing against Ben Hollinger that the only trouble with Ben was that he was always buying little monkeys for Kap- lolani park. "You people here have no mon keys." quoth Jesse. aw, they grow up here," veiled 3ome one rrom the outskirts of the crowd. Straight Ticket Urged t "i n urged that the people vote tlr straieht Democratic ticket. Ho a! .'d attention to the fact that a local r.cmins paper favored voting th3 straight G. O. P. ticket, or else he I'luihi would be elected. "Why. that morning pappr is merelv 1 s""ondine mv ruiminntmn " chnn the orator. He went on to say that he had noth ing against "Eddie" Hopkins. Republi can candidate for sheriff. He's all right," the editor contin ued, "but if he is elected the Adver User will supply the captain of detec tives, chief of police, deputy sheriff and all the rest of the men in the de partment irrespective of the civil ser vice, and that is why both papers are backing him." John Markham. candidate for super visor, thanked the voters for the sup- MING IT PLAIN The Pure Food and Drug Laws aim to protect the public by preventing mis-statements on the labels of prepa rations but some people continue to accept "extracts" of cod livers think ing they will get the benefits of an emulsion of cod liver oil. The difference is very great. I An "emulsion" contains real cod liver eft which has had the hearty endorse ment of the medical profession for many years, while an "extract" is a product which contains no oil and is kighly alcoholic. 7 Scott's "Emulsion guarantees the higb -ett grade of ?el Norwegian cod liver oil. sss$ss$s$$$s$ss$sssss$ssss$ss$sss$$$sj$s$s$$ss$$s$s ss$s$sssss$ss$ss A 69 t 6 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 OO 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 6C 69 69 69 69 9 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 ' 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 A 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 a9 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 9 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 09 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 69 $i v as Sale of XTRAGOOJ) $UIT$ i $alo aj this one trice- ov $ome iirrrise. $ucli time, when everybody is thinki thine: that will happen in How can we do it ? We will tell you franl mendous rise in wholesale stead of bein? afraid of disposing of t never be able to buv more at such hoping to make them do for later in t sold at recnhir pri van around l- bound to be at this nir limli prices, i the most surprising clothinc: lines this summer. ft ly: These suit T T - prices. e ow c tt I t ,U w j ii - were bought before the tre- are overstocked on them. In lem for fear that that we will j rices, hanging on to them, ic season when they might be them at prices th i: in ui ' HJSf - C 1. 4. We are not a victim of this "economy hysteria." When we have sold these suits, we'll go into the market again and buy new ones, and when the fall season opens you will find us ready azain with the $nappie$t, bejt Styled $uit$ for boy$ to be had in this Territory. That ha$ alwayS been the Story in this Store, and it al ways Sshall be. One half price as follows: $2.50 $6.00 $uits, yg $$"it:: $3.00 Z?. $3.25 a,ul $4.50 $7;;:::v$mt;; $3.50 t0 $4.75 $8.00 and $8.:u tf0 7C to tfC f( $uits. now . U0.0 tJ)O.UU Tw$u.i.,:. $4.00 Xo $ir! There not a thing the matter with these $uits. Every one is right in $ty made in the famous XTRAGOOD way in the handsomest $erges, homespun$ and crashed, blue, gray, brown, white and attractive patterns. s Sale began this morning, and continues until June 9 $1nr$:,it9:....$4.25and$iB.00 $ir.uit:: $5.00 $I$ui,s:.... $5.50 aDd $8.00 $1u!h.... $6.00" $9.00 $n(:,$m,s:....$6.50 and $9.25 ....T.OO $9.50 $r: $uU;: $10.00 $17.50 $uits 41 o en now V 1 COU m Silva ery King Street, near Fort 'A y 'J 69 Si y GO oo 69 C9 y GO 69 69 09 J. V iO GO GO V Ji GO 09 GO GO G9 jO GO GO GO r G9 yj GO GO 69 y GO GO S) 69 69 GO GO GO GO v j9 69 GO V Vi 69 t 09 S GO 60 69 A 69 69 69 09 j9 69 69 y 69 69 69 V 69 69 & 69 V 69 CO - V 69 S A 69 69 09 69 69 69 69 60 09 69 Jd GO yj GO 69 GO 69 60 9 9 A 60 69 V9 GO y 69 oo 69 G9 A 60 69 A 69 $SS$$$$S$$$$$$$$S$SS$S$SS$$S$$$$$vS$$$$$S$$$$$$$$$vSS$$$$SS$5)S$S$SS port they gave him in the primaries. but urged that the party as a whole be given just a little more support in the general election. "You all know what the last Demo cratic board did for you. ' Markham said. 'The Democrats have done something for the Hawaiians, and that is more than the Republicans have ever done." PAST MISTAKES The only thing to do with a bad piece of work, with an unfortunate mistake, is to let it go wipe it out set rid of it forever. Never allow thc- bideous image to come into your pres ence again to mar your happiness or sap your strength. Resolve that what ever has happened to you in the past, which has caused you unhappiness. which has made you think less oi your- GERMANY SENDS COMPLETE LISTS OF INTERNED MEN Possibility of transferring W. R. Castle, Jr.'s, new bureau of interned prisoners from the Red Cross to the army is suggested in a letter received by W. R. Castle, Sr. in this country. If the new branch is transferred from the Red Cross to the army, Castle explains, workers will then b required to enlist and can be bound by such an enlistment. cause it led to an increased consump tion of breadstuffs. TEN WEEKS OF ARMY ENOUGH FOR SOLDIER Ten weeks of army life were enough for Pvt. Robert M. Beam, Coast Artil lery Corps, judging from cards which have just been issued from Fort Ka mehameha announcing the soldier as a deserter. Beam joined the army on March 1 of this year and left at Fort Shafter on May 16. At the time of enlistment Beam was Whooping Cough spasmodic ckolp a .-mm a coigij BBO.Ncams CATA1RM COLDS A simple, bronchial ti lied Cre WinOTtnr w. j Croup t Asthma. breath!!); tof th inTilua tirfl.lltlltB lT ife and efr-cue trnaetii i avoiding drags. apnj stops the paroxysTi and fUeTri b a boon to suffer rendered etroajf- erery breay M bles W -rf 4 - 1 4 S w-vae . t ine jounger Lasue, wno was re-. fl rAent. nt Xew OirnhprlanH VVpc cently' appointed to the important po- vireinia, whre hla mother. Mra. Mar-1 iAafai Bon in the new work and 4-ans- guerianJrtfr f erred from his work in HajgfldaljV" iV -?l3fvJZzt . 5. .. -wYi th aore 1 rettfoJV P9 awt If l&nially ttenoed with clvcertae and Beli.ancrji " yers