Newspaper Page Text
: "H. ""Evening Bulletin ""t. ;
i ! PAGES 9 TO 12
1 HHMlMtilN-mHMMrfiM nMiilHaKiiihNMMi(wpW
VOL. XVIII. NO. 3352.
IIOXOLUIA', TI'RRITORV OF II WVA1I, SATL'ROW. Al'UIL.7, it).
I'RJt P. ; ( FN'TS.
Even the first application of Ncwbro's Hcrpicidc (The Original Remedy thai "Rills
The Dandruff Germ") shows the hair-saving and satisfying "force" that is in it. This
'force" is the sum of two characteristics that arc united in no other hair remedy.
Hcrpicidc has the ABILITY to destroy the dandruff microbe, and the QUALITY
to delight those who wish a dainty hair dressing. It holds the secret of popularity
and pleases every one who is discriminating enough to have a preference. It is not
sticky. It will not stain the hair.
The curative effect of Hcrpicidc is sometimes little short of marvelous, for after
the dandruff germ is destroyed, and kept out of the scalp, the hair is bound to grow
as nature intended, It stops itching of the scalp almost instantly.
SURE CURE FOR DANDRUFF
I have been troubled with dandruff for the past ten years and have con
suited several nf the best physicians and tried many remedies, but could not
obtain a cure until I received a trial bottle of Ncwbro's Herplclde. I have Just
finished my third bottle and find a new growth of hair coming on my scalp.
I recommend It highly as a sure cure and advise persons suffering from
dandruff to give It a trial.
(Signed) PROF. W. E. SHARP,
Honolulu, H. I. Musical Director.
Send 10c. in stamps for sample lo The Herpicide Co , Dept. L. Detroit., Mich
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., Special Agents Aa Unhealthy Hair.
A Healthy Hair.
Teach Children To. Help Themselves
Furnished Text Fop Excellent
Work In Training Indianapolis Girls
GREAT WORK DEVELOPS FROM A WOMAN'S INTEREST
A life of suffering nnd misery.
without sleep, without
tito. Restorod to
V. SUGA SHOTEN
WholcMtilo & Retail Liquor Denier,
B g 8tock of Japanese and America Liquors, "'anzal Satorn In connection.
IWILEI AND K NO 2TREUT8.
WOSTOFFICE BOX B6tV TELCP NE MAIN M
To CoriespondenlB: Wo regret tn Bluto tlml 1'rnlilcm No. 10" rnntnlnn
n "e-oeik" 1. Kt Kt 2. Corieet solution leeched from H. I.. Aylott. Jan. V.
White. Conk solution received f mm . I. llnseiiHleln nnd I'. Weed.
PROBLEM HO, IUB.
By A. W. DANIEL,
Bridgend (B. C. M.)
SSEjS V'iXX sS Wmzk
SSIbsj sfxsi 2M w
Hi h 1 $M $ $'
Music at the
" " KAIMUKI. " -
FROM 2 TO 5 P. M.
Don't Miss It
"Tho (litis' Induitlrl.il School of lr
dlannpolls" Is (lie I It lo of tin nrllolo iiy
itulli ISradcn In "The World Toilny,"
for March. It In ro-publlHliod by tho
Hiillcllti because It carries many vnlu
nliln BiiKKCSltoiif! mid should mouse In
loro.it In hlmll.ir work In Hawaii.
livery Saturday nt.crnoem from Oc
tober 1 lo Mny may lie Keen In Tonilln
Kon Hall, llio lnrgcsl linll In Indian
npolls. groups of (ho or six cliecK ap
roned llltlo girls busily sowing. Head
nnd shoulders nbove each little clus
ter rlt the teachers church nml socie
ty v.onicn who nre giving their serv
ices gratuitously tn llio worn. Unin
the stngo nre hunched n hundred or
moro llltlo totB of kindergarten ngo,
and In llio back of the room the click
of scissors nnd tlio whir of sewing
machines InillcntcM the dressmaking
rlnss. This Ik the (ilrls' Industrial
School of IndlannpollB, which for per
mntivnce, size nnd method In unique
among the freo flew Inn schools of the
Fifteen yenm ngo Mrs. Ilmlly lllan
ciiard, who, In her rounds nn a city
clmtlty worker, was appalled by rag
ged garments nnd general shlftloss
nev, Htnrted a Rowing class of twenty
chlhlren III an old hovel In the) rail-
rond district. That li would develop
Into a school containing not less than
four hundred or (Uo hundred pupils,
with from fifty to one hundred teach
ers, wns far licjnml her exneetntlons.
Indeed, nt ones period In Its history It
enrolled ns ninny ns 027 children. In
IR'JH the nchool was nicorpornieii ana
Us object, nn stated (In the constitu
tion. Is "to glvo Instrnctlnii In needle
work to girls between tho ages of six
nnd fifteen, who for nny reason nre
unable, to proctiro It otherwise.
Tho complete course, which occupies
soen y earn Includes everything from
threading tho needle to ilrnrtlng, cut
ting nnd mnklng every garment worn
In' women. Kor two yearn tho little
fingers art) employed In tho mnstery of
needle and thlmblo and In putting in
all tho different kinds of pluln stltrhcB
on n net of miniature models. Then
comen tlio school proper, whero these
renlly pnjlng. None of my IK lo girls J. Itrynn. describing him ns nn honor-
shall ho beggars." Very often oven thin
amount tins .to he paid on the Install
ment plan of one penny p.r week.
Knch teacher pledges herself to lnlt
Mm homon of the members of b"r own
closs The school thus keopq In close
pcrsonnl touch with nil Mie famllloH
connected With It nnd linn opportunity
to do much good outside Its definite)
work. ltM nlm In the leaching of self
liolpliilneHSt, tilthnugh In eiory case of
need tho Melt nnd unemployed nre el h-
or looked nfter directly or rofcrro 1 tn
iinmo moro suitable chnrlty. Tho prin
ciple of notion linn boon summed up
In tho following words:
"Wo bellevo Hint what tho poor, ns n
clnsn, most need In not nlmrglvlng chn
rlty Hint nerves tn tide them oer Into
next weeks' wretchedness, but tho co
operation nf those who can help Hit'
famlllen Into mur careful and orderly
ways nnd teach the children to ho nclf
helpful, showing them thnr w-enlth of
character Is ,nor to be desired than
wraith of nny other sort."
The practical working out of these
principles Is seen In tho wny in which
tho girls nre filling positions tn tho
city. Most of 'hem hnve been placed
by Mrs. lllanciiard, and are drawing
I rom l to R n week In private fain
llles nnd In millinery nnd dressmaking
estnbllshmcnts. in nlmost every onso
they am giving more than ordinary
satisfaction. Others nre stenograph
er, clerks and telephone.) girls. Kiev en
nro employed In the finest dry goods
firm In tho city, and llio nrst gin to
bo plnced, seven years ago. In now fnro
woman of a largo chemical laboratory.
Hearst Is Denounced
And Bryan Praised
New York. March 2S. Do Uncey
Nlroll, vice ihalrman of the Democratic
national committee, In n srneatlunnl
speech lost night at tho Democratic
I'luli. with August Ilclmont presiding,
denounced Heprescntntlvn William It.
:.i."t... ... r....iLi VA ..ir..Vnrn,..ni. I Hearst ns n polltlral traitor Tho nt-
nilllllt-n uiu i.iiv.. ... ..... r,... . , ,.. ,,,,
excellence. A standing of eighty nl-, t wl h iuPllnB ho bo. pi II
lows tho making of n glnghnm dress
nnd iilnoty-uvo Is necessary for mlmls
slnn Into the advanced class. It In a
...n.l. ,.r 11... u.lwiil(a fl,Mrnnilinoufl tlml .1110 liaCK
in,., n wi o .......
of the Democratic Natlounl Committee
using the commlUca'H money nnd then
stnhblng the candidates of tho patty :n
cnnJouinal nhntild ho restrained from
Infringement of its "IliiDter Ilrown."
which Is the uncontested properly of
tho Herald. There wan no claim con
corning nny sljlo of Illustration nml
tho claim of the Herald wsh confided
lo tho use of tho words "Hunter
The decision of tlio court Is based
on llio established fact that the Herald
wai first to ndopt and use the words
"lluMor Ilrown" ns n trademark Who
tlier or not the orlglnnl draughtsman
who I'indo tlio "Muster Ilrown" idc--
ftuies continued to make thorn was do
elded lo be ltumnterl.il.
In deciding ngnlnsl the suit nt Out
cntilt and tho Ptnr Company, who
sought nn Injunction to prevent the
Herald ficiin manufacturing or Molting
comic editions containing tilrturcH like
those formerly made by Oittrault for
the Herald nnd lining the title "Muster
Ilrown" In connection with such pic
ture's. Judge Ijicnmho snld:
"The pictures which tlio complain
ant (Oulentilt) for several joars drew
nnd Kohl In the Herald nro by It color
ed, copyrighted nnd published. The
contention of the complnluniit Is that
It Is ttnfnlr competition In trade for
nny one else to draw and offer for sale
nny other pictures tn which, nlthntigli
tho scenes nnd IncldenlH nro different,
tome of the characters nro Imitations
of those which appeared In the ear
Her parts which complalunut sold lo
defendant (the Herald). No ntitluirlt)
Is tiled In support of this novel propo
sition. The Injunction is domed '
John Philip Kntisn was condemning
tho voire of n comic opera romedl.m.
"It Is such n voice," ho said, smiling,
"an belonged 'o n joung man whom I
Knew In my boyhood das In Wash
ington. One night nt n men's party,
this )oung man sang n solo. It iu
cxrrrnhjc. In tho midst of the hid
eous racket, bluff old Sitilro llacr en
tered. Kitilre llacr sat down nnd fold
ed his hands on tho knob of his stunt
Mick. Ho waited patiently until Hid
young man had finished. Then ho said
to him 'Well. boy. I don't uIjiko
)ou. You did jour hct Hut If t knew
tho mail who asked you to sing I'd
truck hint over tho head with till
(lull. "- Exchange.
11 1 W14 gflPTrnmly slltlctrd nltlt liltlnui.
ncfliidIirri-iiiiiLiiut M) iim.iiiIihii In
a Irrrllitu rniuliunn crry iiMiriiing, tnjr
tongue thickly cental, my litraili ni ulttn.
WHITE MATE8 IN TWO MOVE8.
A Superior Light to all others.
! Aceytlene Gas Is superior In quality,
land cheapness radiates lees heat, vltl
ates the air less and has no Injurious
; effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Alto Calcium Carbide of nil elzes. In
drums and small cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W, MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone Main 14S. 143 Merchant St.
Tlio following n n gnmo of n light
diameter, ultincllvo by tho intilt it into
of Its combinations. It was plajed cm
November IV, nt flrnuil llnplds. Tho
combination, Inaugurated by tho aac-H-llco
of tho bishop on tho Kith move of
While, appears to ha nn huiiiiiI ns tin
driuWcdly It is original, for ntler
HlacU'H lfitli tlio attack becomes Irio
HlKtlhlo, nnd In tabu Illntk makos nny
other move In that moment tho posti
lion of bin Kt on K II 3 will become
untciiuhlo nnd llm Black K side will
bo oi cued to a terrific onslaught.
C. II. rUrnwheckor A. Wolcolt
1 I1 K4
!! l'-K II 1
.1 Px P
1 Kt KI13
r. P-C) I
fi P 11.1
1 P Kt
2 Kt KII3
3 Kt x P
5 II (J Kt rich
C B II 1
7 I!-Q 3 7 CnKlles
S Casllen S P K II 3
B q Kt.1 'J K It
10 PxP in KtxP
It H Kt r. 11 It Kt 3
IS Kt KG 12 II Kt 3
11 Q IIS rh II K Kt
15 Kt KtO 13 It H 2
10 U II 1 Ifi 11 Q 3
17 11 U 4 17 Kt It 2
18 Kt Jv7cli ISIlxKt
19 QxKtch 10 K n
20 Kt Q 2 20 II (Kt
21 q II nch 21 K K
22 It It R 22 O K3
23 II x 11 ch 23 q x IX
21 q-qil8ch 21 K 112
23 K U n eh 23 K Kt 3
20 q II C ch 20 K 11 I
27 P Kt 4 malo
LnRkor's Chess Magazino,
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Telephone Main 78
Citv Meat Market
For Choice Island tlcef and Vege
tables. California products by every
ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
that suits everyone's taete Is the one
terved by the
OPP. POLICE STATION.
each child In accurately niensiued for
her own garments nnd that tho cut
ting ir nil dono by tho teachers In tlio
Interim brtwcii Saturdays. Nothing
except Instruction In sowing Is allotted
during tlio brief afternoon session.
Tho lant two years tho girls upend
In tho ndvanced or dressmaking class,
whero they learn tho lino of the sewing
machine nnd lo cut nnd draft by syn
tern, making themselves,- In tlio last
year, an all-wood dress, lined through
out. In which they nro graduated. Kor
p. dlplnmn they rccelvo n cutting sys
tem by which they aro enabled in the
lutiiro to do tho cutting ami tilting oi
nil their garments.
Throughout tho cnllro course', how-
over, the building of ihnrdcler Is tho
underlying motive. Tho sewing icb-
win In BCtemdnry In Importance, Texts,
hymns, prayers nml Utile talks ny vim.
lllanciiard, open nnd close each tcs-
Hlon. Tho threefold working motto,
"He prompt, bo clean, bo oniony, is
surprisingly well cnrrlcd out, ns nro
ntn tho IcfiBons In kindness nml po
llleness. There) nro prizes for regular
nltt-ndanco nml nt tho end of tho yenr
n lino ll.igster Mlbln Is presented tn tho
girl who has done tho best work. In
older to Inculcate Mens of Independ
ence, flvo cents Is charged for each llu
Ishcd garments which Is carried home.
Tho child Is -told Hint tho iinteil.il
would cost her moro than this kiiiii.
"It in a Hiu.ill price," snyn .Mrs. Mian
cliaid, "but It is iny prlco, so you aro
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete cummary of
the news of the day.
At the ramii tlmn that Nlcoll do-
nniinccd llcjirst lie rtiioglzcd William
Your church contribution won't elti
you any good unless ou offer n few
prayers to back It
Iff, fixvt dlntrcKtcit Inc. I (urfrrnl math
frnin tira,liclii. tiiyLlnwaR pjl)w, and tltn
mtiiv ri lucdliii ri-..iiiiiH'inl(-il tim tl I.I tio
giMnl At Ut t ftiniui'ni nt living Ayfr'a
Kirupitllli, stid mjr iin.rntriiiFnt l-gin
alnin.i It. .id Hi" tint I'.e.o. It irllc-tnl ltM
ill.trrMol-'tit in) llvrr. rjnxil my f..1 tn
tll)trt wrll, i nml luy litnlJilie, llli.fii)fil
my Mmi't'l"n. nnd r.t .rnl my u iwtlis.
TlifH iiiii'N.l.ri1-(ur I tit gratrfnl results
viit ariiii.lllH,d ly only Inn nnd n lutf
l-illli-n.il Ajrr HirKtinrlllj "Mini I.VHU
Jl.TAinwx, Vtt.mtui. I'll.
There aro many imitation
Bo suro you got "AYER'S."
PciF"tk;Dr.J.C A)irCU ,lclt, Mm, U.S.A.
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., LTD.
Agents for tho
Moyal Inturrnce Co. of Liverpool, Entj.
Alliance Alluranee Co. of London,
eottlsh Union & National Ins. Co. el
Fhe Association of, Philadelphia.
Alliance Insurance Corporation Ltd.
Wllhelma of Magdeburg General Inr
J. M. Davis
8CWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12S6 FORT ST. near OERETANIA.
Sewing machines rented, $2.50 per
A machine cleaned and .'put In or
fHW'For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Kappy J-nw liavo nn (ilea, elnncber
Cliuljn-Kxctiso mo, but nro you nulto
certain of your ability to distinguish
between Ideas nnd wheels?
rrmmkm nm?w -
There are good reasons why the GENERAL ARTHUR CIGAR should he
smoked by everybody. It tastes good, smokes good, and Is good all the
way through, As an all-round satisfaction giver and cigar of fine quality, the
GENERAL ARTHUR CIGAR cannot be beat.
GunstBakin Ciar Co.
t ' i-L
i J Ailu.. MAni.tfc "i.tic ,-aisou..
trils&irtfai i ftattlWiiiifrtfoteirifoVft .
&L- ' - &M'iu