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EVENING DU1LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 20, 1912.
SPRING SALE OF STAPLE STOCK
STARTS HERE ON SATURDAY
May is The
At This Store.
NEW GOODS MUST BE SOLD TO MAKE ROOM FOR OTHER NEW GOODS
Usual business has failed to, lessen our stock sufficient to make room for the 1912 stock, of which we bought heavily early in the year. A big stock of staple
lines must stand the cut of the profit-slasher, as there is no way to increase store space. Rather than pay storage rental for the goods that are coming, the
Honolulu buying public is to be given an opportunity to secure dry goods at prices that make even wholesalers gasp.
PRICES TRUTHFULLY TELL THfTpROFIT-CUTTING STORY
20,600 YARDS OF EMBROIDERY IS PRICED FROM 5 CENTS A YARD UP
14 yards of FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS w.ll sell for $1.00
12 yard UTILITY GINGHAMS, assorted colors '. . . .$1.00
UNBLEACi 1ED COTTON , . . 14 yards for $1.00
FAKEWELL WHITE COTTON CLOTH 12 yards for $1.00
FOREST MILL WHITE COTTON CLOTH . .14 yards for $1.00
AMOSKEAG KIJNNELE'ITE. assorted colors. ..II yards for $1.00
VICTORIA LAWN 10 ya.ds for 60 cents
STRIPED MADRAS, worlli 30 cents, is priced at .' 15 cents
DRESS MADRAS, real new goods; regular price 20 cents, is reduced
o 10 cents a ard
Bi'r line of ORGANDIES, new patterns, regular price 25 cents, dur
ing tale only . . . 15 cents a yard
Entire stock of Children's, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Shoes are to be sold for what they will bring. Marked prices on shoes are as low
as 25c. None are priced higher than $2.50
Fine Linens at Prevailing Low Prices
First. Run Sheeting 10x4 - only 30c 0 yard
Hem-slitclicd, linen finish witliout
starch, for single, double and three
Lot No. I 75 cents
Lot No. 2 $1.00
Lot No. 3 ' 1.25
Lot No. 4 ... 1.50
Size 54x90 50 cents
Size 63x90 60 cents
Size 72x90 70 cents
Size Hlx90 80 cents
FANCY CURTAIN CLOTH.
3 yards for 25 cents
In GINGI IAMS. CALICOS
PRINTS. MADRASES. PON
GEES and ART WOVEN SILK.
,A bargain of bargains in quantity,
quality, and prices.
In this department the price cutter showed no mercy to old established
profit prices. Stacks of gbod goods arc literally afloat upon our counters at
SOFT SHIRTS, with nnd without collars, will sell as low as 25c.
Other grades a little higher in price but ccry bit as big a bargain.
HATS. SOCKS. UNDERWEAR. NECKTIES and other Men's
Goods are all priced at money-aing prices.
Remember Sale starts Saturday Morning. Store is three doors Ewa from Bethel, upper side of King
KWONG SING LOY Ca
How To Help Your Favorite. tcclvri a special voting ballot, which
Headers of tlio Uulletln and may uo voted nt any tlmo during thu
IrienilH or candidates cuu help tholrj content,
iuvoiltes by n very mnull amount of' Therefore any person who wishes
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pnlgn, nnd bIio limy lio only waiting
lor iiomcnno to send In tier uiimlnntlou
litforo RtnithiK out. dctcimlncd to win.
Interest down Dally.
Ah though there wns no limit to
their enthusiasm, ninny candidates)
t'outltiiio to display tlio energy nnd
"stlck-to-It" spirit that Is bound to
land (hum In tlio front rank at tlio flu
lh. TIiIh In tlio only real winning
pplrlt. Kncli day Bean u umv enthu
siasm moaned In them, nnd each night
sees them planning for tlio morrow.
And tlio name. Interest Ik helm; shown
throughout Honolulu and tlio outside
iIIhIiIcIh. It appears as though prac
tically every person In the Territory
In iiilurvBted In the campaign, an they
Hhoiihl he, and Kb progress, And well,
might tlmy, for no newspaper cam
paign over bcfoio held In the Inlands
oven eonipaies with this one, cither lit,
the value of tlio prizes offered or tho
liberal conditions under which they I
wo offered. ' I
effort. To cut tho dnlly coupons from
ouch lusuo is a small matter, hut It
may be Just what Is necessary to en
utile tho candidate of your choice to
claim for her own the handsome, 1012
"Itegnl" automobile, or any of tho
other handsome awards.
Where Subscriptions May Be Secured.
Candidates should bear In mind that
subscriptions mny be secured Jn any
part of tho Territory, United Hint elf,
or nny part of the world. Candidates
aro not restricted as to where thoy
may work. livery suhsertitlun pay
ment is entitled to votes. The dlvl
slou of districts Is only for the more
equal distribution of prizes.
Votes Free to Patrons.
to assist and encourage an ambitious
joiiiik woman who is trying for these
prizes can do so by paying or prepay
Ing his or her subscription to tho
Hu I lot I n. Votes will ho allowed
and credited to tliu euudldate selected
by natrons according to the scale of
votes published In each Issue of tlio
Dig Combination Offer.
Tho Bulletin tins arranged with
the 8nn Francisco llnUclln, which will
soon begin the publication of Abo
Huef's own story, to furnish subscrib
ers with the Coast paper nt an addi
tional cost of only $2.00 a year. This
prize Is a special one, and Includes tho
regular price of the II u I lot In
Tho votes which will decide who J8.00, nnd 2.i)t) for the Han Francisco
will become the pioud possessor of Uulletln, or the two together for Jiu
the Grand Capital Prize and the other 'per jear.
awards uro free to the patrons of lho Abe Knot's story Is written by him
null ell n. All mat is required oi,seii aim win proio inioiiseiy interest
candidates In order to win Is Industry. lug. It tells of tlio old "Ciaft" times
and a large circle of friends and ac-iln San Francisco" before the Hie, and
qualntniiccs. Subscribers may vote hyli'cnls with people who helped mako
clipping the coupons from tho paporiSan Krnnclsco notorious. Vou should
daily and by securing the votes duo not miss this story.
when paying or prepaying their sub- Unpaid Subscriptions Count,
scriptlons. l'coplo who subscribe now, All subscribers to tho Uulletln
who pny arrearages subscription nc-'Who aro in arrears on their ntibscrlp
counts or prepay subscriptions, will ro-tlon accounts, and who pay up tho
name, aro entitled to votes, according
to the amount paid. When you pay
your subscription be sure you recehu
tho Miles to which you are entitled.
Instructions for Voting.
I Knter the namo of the. young woman
whom you wish to see win one of
these splendid awards AT ONCC. She
'may win the handsome l'J12 complete-'l-equlppcd
"Kegul" automobile, one
ni me eiegani ?iuu iicmiugion piay-tr-nlanos.
a perfect S100 diamond rluc
J or ono of tho other nrizes.
Heller still, get tho lady to enter
her own name and then voto for her.
Those, who get In on the start han
tho best chance of winning, hence It
Is desirable that tho namo of your
favorlto candidate be entered without
delay. Candidates who enter thlH
contest do not necessarily liavo to be
subscribers to tho Hullo tin. Kil
ter your name and your friends will
do tho rest. You will bo surprised to
i see now rupuuy iiiu iuii-h cuiiiu in mm
'.. i.- .. it.i ..rr.. l - lA.l . ...I..
wum u lllliu uiuiii in it-iuui-u tu nm
one of tho rewards, (let in at the
start and eiuourago your friends to
ote for you; tho rest will be easy
Vou will never know ho.v popular you
aro until you enter tho contest.
! Votes Issued on All Payments.
Votes aro Issued on nil subscription
payments, both old and now. Do suru
you rctelvo your votes when paying
or prepaying your subscriptions. Ev
ery subscription payment, even for
ono month, earns votes, and these may
bo voted for any candidate or held
until the close of tho campaign If tho
How Territory Is Divided. .
District N'o. 1 consists of Honolulu
and the Island of Oahu, from tho cen
ter of Nuiianu Street, West.
District No. 2 consists of Honolulu
and the Island of Oahu, from tho cen
ter of Nuuanii Street, Kast
District No. 3 consists of the Islands
of Kauai and Maul.
District No. 4 consists of tho Island
The Contest Office,
Is located In tho Hullo tin of
fice, Alakea Street, and is open all day
and up to 8 o clock In tho evenings,
If there Is any point in connection
with the contest that Is not quite clear
to you, call, write or telephone, and
it will bo cleared up for you. Tele
phones 2185 and 2250.
Some liiBects digest their food first
and cat It afterward. They aro so
built as to be able to take only liquid
food and they inject a digestive fluid
Into their prey and thus gradually di
solve It, sucking In the liquid so form
ed until nothing remains hut the dry
MONTE CARLO PLAY
IS ON THE WANE
l'AKIS, March SI A correspond
ent who has Just made a special til
vestlgatlon In the lllvlern fur the pur
posa of llndlug out the truth about
some of the lately much advertised
huge winnings nt Monte Carlo has
heard on nil shies complaints that the
season hns been one of the worst on
lecord, nnd play nt the Casino was
declarnl liv one if the principal oftl
rials to liaxe been on the most timid
scale ever known. As a matter of
fact, the signs Indicate that the popu
larity of this resort li already on tho
A prominent Now York broker be
gnu rather well rally In tho season
In partnership with n Sun Franciscan,
but did badly later, and owing to trou
hie with a hotel-keeper about a ills
liou"8t check for $1)000 was Impris
oned until some fellow countrymen
clubbed together to pay his dobts.
Of tho smaller losses there have
been plenty. Ono Amerlcnu woman,
with an Income of JlB.000, was sev
eral times this winter obliged to pawn
her Jowolry to keep herself alive. In-
estlgatlous proved that uceral sui
cides occurred this season.
PAUPER SAILS TO GET
HIS SI 25.000 ESTATE
Property Ho1L,cft in Germany
Grew in Value Ashamed
to Return Now
I.OCKPOKT, N. Y March 29.
Adam Michael, llf(y-slx. nil Inmate of
tho Niagara County Almshouse, for
eight jears, will sail tomorrow for
I Germany to take ocr property In
lllielnrnbe worth fl2!i.u00. His nlecu,
Murgaiet Hordruug, came to this
country and after two months' search
of Western Now York, found him In
tho almsliouso hero.
Michael came to America thirty
ears ngo, had hard luck, suffered
Ill-health and was too proud to write,
to relatives in tho Fatherland. Tho
llttlo property ho left has Increased In
value to half u million marks. Ik
did not want to leac tho poorhouse,
t-aylng he wns ashamed to go back.
The general i (inference of Keorgau
Ized Latter Day Saints In Independ
ence, Mo., adopted a resolution by a
majority of Ilo lotos In a total of 103,
declaring Hint a second violation of
tho inarringo vows ou the part of
members wns unpardonable.
True Comfort In the Semi-Tropics Comes From
LivingJn a Bungalow Built To Fill Your Needs.
HpHAT'S all that is needed to earn your freedom
from the rent collector, and to secure a
Real Hawaii Home
On a lot in a down-town sub-division, within walking
distance of business section, near car line, having
good view and elevation.
For Full Particulars Apply
OLIVER G. LANSING
UNGALOWS with 5, 6 or
7 Rooms, Big Front
and Side Lanais, Sleep
ing Porch. Built-in
Sideboards Beam Ceil
ings. UILT different enough from
others to make you ap
preciate the thought
that goes towards the
$1800 to $4000
Will buy one of these- brand new
homes and a residence lot. Terms
to suit your savings and salary.
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