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RVKNINO ni'MXTlX. HONOM'M', T II . TliritSMY APRIL 10, IMC
The Little Ads with k Big Results
Seso Pno H, NSW TO-DAY, for Now AcIh.
DISMOP TRUST COMPANY, LTD,
Do a ptner.il (rutt antl security bus
iness. Act as Executor, Guardian, Assignee
Manage Estates, real and personal.
Safe Deposit Boxes (or Rent.
75 MERCHANT STREET
Collage of .1 bedrooms on Vineyard
.St. and roltiige of 2 bedrooms m
Pock Ave. Apply 3. S. Peck. L'97
rurnlslied liniisekci'plng looms with
Kan; also ',-ronm funiMicd cottage.
Iiuiulru Nn. !, Cottage (lroc.
Newly paperrd mosquito proof house
keeping rooms. Apiily Ilullotln olllro.
Ti room rntlnee I 11.1 Alniml near On.ir
ry St., inoilrrn conveniences. JlS.wl.
Cottages In Chrlstly Line. Apply
Wong Kwal. Smith St., maiika Hotel.
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms,
lit SI Vineyard St 272S-U
J'luo eorner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from car and Punahou
College. Address It. F.. this oOlee,
Dlank hooks of nil sorts, lodgers
etc., manufnetttred by tlio Ilullctlu I'ub
1 BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Hawr.llan Ballasting Company.
lit hi blarK sand from $2 to $3 11 load
according to distance linnled Coral
Mic Ku for Btnlil. , rundri mid nidi -wiiIKh:
flrc.vood. Thin! door b 'low
KIiik. Mauniiken 81., P. O. box 820.
Telephone Mnln 39R.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 I'oit St.
For house-help, phone White 2301, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensncola and llorotnnlu.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
lias moved tn tho plnnn wnrornoms
of I,. K. Thayer & Co.. IBS Hotel SL,
opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Hnvo (ill Other Hlnvorw AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7
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you make every dollar count. 4
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Telephone White HI "
A lle solicitor for a pleasant, estab
lished business. Is wnnted. l'crma
nrnt position to rlKlit man. Addre.-i
u i) i). Hum tin umie. .n.i.-o-tt
S. E LUCAS has opened an office at
it i rori oi. tyes tested tree.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT.LAW, 502 8TAN
A. J. DERDY, D. D. G.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
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777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
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: t attestants. It minx also see
that the ronteslnniR nro equally
straightforward In their relations
with tlio paper. Tho matter Is
brought early to the attention of
the many people Interested In
4- order that thero may bo no mis-
C- understanding as to what con-
stltutcs n new subscriber.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
ntillctln gives a complcto summary of
tho news of tho dny. For SI a yfar-
2JHj-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Umbrellas r.palred and brass polish
Inc. Tnkatn, 1284 I'nrt SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 'V Hotel nnd Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
pnlutlnR. All work guaranteed,
linos II ron., Union nhovo Hotel SL
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Ke", Music lloxo8, Sharpening of
I Kino Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
I Illank honks of nil Boris, ledgers
I etc. , manufactured by tho llulletln I' lib.
.''. "'-' .
(icoigc HiifT inac'i ol the tnlveirby
of Illinois rli:ini,ilii!ishli ii.iscb.lll team,
glcx n few lines on the tumbles of the
lii.ui.iRer of :i .'ollw team-
The woes of 11 uinniiirer of n college
1'iM'Uill tinm would Incilt the spirit
of n Joh. lie li.in the troubles ut u ino
ti'stlonnl inmi.lFer nibliit to the trlnU
of n ptofesfcor. nnd the men with whom
lie deals usually fern' nothing nun re
fpcit still lens
"The ilrsi grent problem the college
manager fares Is pIckltiR the team.
I nllkr the piofislon:il man.iKei. he Ik
it- alii men sprlna tiint In- wlh lose
from 30 (11 Ml per t"'iit of his pl'Ocra
mid ulll'.ie foiivl to till (licit 1'lnica
out of tliu new matertU He fUMB by
iriMliiR n notlre Hiking nil enn lld.iteH
lor pnr.ltlons on the tcim to report to
Mm on the athletic Held. Ilefore lh.it.
i'i loursc. he Iiiik hnd his regubirti and
n unu-il of promising joiiimslers nlioiit
v.li.it'i be lam wr 11 little working In thu
Hyniiiiisluni. but the leal start of thu
1 .im.n lollies when, un the tirst warm
iiiij. he 1'H'ies the mil nnd the horde
of alleged hall pl.i)crs sMiirm out.
"Thev mme liy the liuuilreils. ni
cny hIzc shape and luuillllun: mm
Abo have Played with nninll ton 11
tuinir. nltli rriiM-ru.nl Hums, 11 ml nieli
who never Imw plajed with any team,
but haw tos;ed ami riiught tiles on
"I he ttlKo mauagiT Is he who weeds
out suddenly. Out of 223 candidates ho
ought to lc nblo tu weed out K.U the
Ilrst day. meiely by gliiliilng nl them,
1111. 1 half the leninluder within two
il.in In 11 h.cIc he slmulil hnvo Mi
umail down to iiboul thirty-live men,
iiml Irom theai be In fair (onilltiou 10
pick a Hist and sorond team, sending
Hie more promising uf the utliem to
i.iaungiiMi f class or fraternity team
to lie ileeli)ied there If there Is nny
thing In them.
"It U after the siimul Is cut to work
ing sire Hint the tumble begins. Clam
politicians, luom-matcs, fniternit
bioiliers nnd trcrn rrlemis gel iieiiiiiu
every member of the team anil pusli
nnd pull for blm to mnko the firct team
In Mime colleges that Inlluemc lias in
Jure.1 nthlulics. nHhuugh furtuuiitel)
we liae been rattier Hue rmni 11 at
Illinois Thu manager gels more work
out o( bis men dutlng these days he
lure tin team Is nominated thun be
iIoch during the entire Hciikon, nnd tin
real peril comcj right utter be has chos
en tne regulars, tur men nitre is a
wonusrful rhanco for Hwclled lieiilg tu
think themselves safe and begin tu
"Another Roiinc of tioable Is lu
making c-illct!" men play the game li
win lutc.id of fin tlit'Uiscli'3. Then1
li an awful temptation for them to try
to win single handed, to make clrciii
aid lien mid st.im on easy plaH, and to
lilt hard, hoplrg to win by one lun.'
Kutrles for the Whllo Kock Holt
routliament. Hint Ik to lake place lit
fil.iliiilil:l 1 tn. nl Vl'fimttt A miplilllll rf
ir.ihiy at 1 o'clock. Much Inteici li
being tnl.in ami it looks as though a
I.iich number of giilfrrs will bo on
bnnd to play for tho beautiful plrzc,
llesidei the tup 11 ilo7eu "Par" hair.t
lnnnr eolf I1.1II.4 will tin uiieli tlln nlav.
er who wins the cuu with one of thme
rollowlng are tlio entries tn dnte: I
D. Melnerny, I-'. II. Arnit.li hub. U. W
AuilerKou, M. It. Jniiiliiiiii, C. J. I'.ill:
II V Miirini- I f'lill.i. Ir I Cnllcn
Sr., T. Ciillen, Win. Wiiun. Ji-sr WikiiIh,
l, II. Illgli, I':. .M. ('ampbell. llniolil
(iin.int J. (V ItvnilK II II. Walker .1.
O. Yiuuijt. (leo. II. Angus, A. (J. .Mar
calllno. A. 15. Wall. A. C. Wall. !'. Hal
ttcml. II. II. .Slm-lair. H. A. Walker, .1
ts. Oniic, . .lolinstou, II It. (Irani, ril
I'l.ili lllilgood and P. l.lHlunnn.
st. louiVfield day
The studenta of St. I.ouls College and
the Alumni mo to bold u Held meet on
June It Hi at the Hoys' Field.
I lot li tennis lire picpurlng for the
events. This will bu a t.ort of a try
out for the hoys and If ample, iniilerlul
Is developed tliey will enter n team In
tlio big lmeL next year. Tbeie me
many boys attending Ibis school upd
there Is no reason why u good tr.im
ran not bo developed.
Tim 'fVvlHiilitti nl iv tlin fnfnnli . In.wil
", rt" ,,,,., ...i. ...... .w iv...
f rnnip MifKlnley on Kuuilay at Kri-
juuimn rarn. i iu' riaim." mil uv iu ut
n u tt
Jnrk MpI'mldon Ihn fiorrttl-lon srrnn
('cr, Ik nK'Jiln with the Hie (icparlmonl.
Ai inoi ml ears appear to ho the fash
ion nt present nu a ucicasary iidjuui.t
of gold mining In Mexico. Hcaixrly
waa Hi" order iccelved latt week at
thu plant of tho U. 11. Thomas .Mulot'
('onipauy, at Uuffalo, N. Y , for a ur,
(f this variety trom I. M. liuit. of Hok
Km. who In Intticatcil In seerul minus,
than another 'tame In fiom the West
ern Motor Car Company ut I.oh Angeles
for aniirmoicd car for the (Slioux Con-
Miliilnted MIiioj Company of that city.
lloth Hie Glioux company eniployueu
iiml tbohe of the iQiiierus In which Mr.
Halt Is Inleresled liiivu had nuuieroiiii
brushes with tho Vnijuls whllo trans-
." ,.v ;''
lortlng gold lrum tho mines to thu
lloth ears arc lo he designed In part
ny l lie purchaser and both are radical
ly different In form, ncronllng In the
preliminary plans. .Mr Unito design
tontcmplnlcs the cuiujilctu pioteellon
oi the engine and nil working parts, J:
will na the spam for the ilrHer. cunrili
nnd gold, ns his enr Is tu be enulimed
with rapid flro guns. The car for tlio
lllroiix company nlTonls protection for
tne dmcr, Riiatds nnd gold, llnrvey'
l7cd stiel ts to be used, mid n compart'
menl. the size of the complete body of
the l million "i lycr." with n suiinrclon
and roof iiiveiliig Is nhinned.
Itaplll file guns will not be used, but
space Is made for four gunrds mid 1 1 IIr
tacks. Hills are to be made In tho
front, sides nnd rear for the rllles of
the gunriN. The mr. despite Its weight,
Is In have n speed siilllclent to niie It
nut of rltle tange within n few minutes.
t the same time It will have enough
jiiotecllon. I bill, should It be mirrouud
ed, the guards need not fear u lung
rclge Tlie entrance to the car Is to
be through the rear, where n double
locking sterl-ilnd door is located.
1 be need of this car has ngaln liren
I'einoiistrated by the lepiirts rciclwu
Inst Saturday that u family of rK .Mex
icans bad been the victims of n Ynijiil
maiiK.iue while icluiuliig from the gold
Tl:e bcnittlfut cup hung up for the
iclay skating iaiu was taken by Ilia
Diamond Head Athletic Club team.
Thin team bad no trouble lu taking
Ilrst plate. Althoush the )oiingcst cluti
In tie city the Diamond Heads ur
making n meat reputation ill the Ath
letic line and are Inking must every
thing In sight. 'Ihciu Is no ilutibt hut
what this team will win this relay cup
three Mine., straight and that It will be
come their property for good nnd nil.
Theie was i good cimul on bund lu
w liners the fun nnil excitement pro
vailed. It was decided tu run the race
off In heats, tho llrel being between thu
Knku Heads .Hid Manning. This hear
proved to be ilo$c; with the Manning
team winning. Bemud heat was won
by the Diamond Heads against the l'o
lire team. Tho Heads took this heat
The final heat was between the Man
ning nnd Diamond HcuiU The latter
team won In cacli lap and won by .1
wide margin. Diamond Hcid team wut.
made up of the following skutersr
Hail. Holster, ItlceHiud MiCnndlckS.
The Hnw.ill.ui band will glvo a con
cert this evening at Thomas Square, nt
7: 3D o'clock, as follows:
Match "The (ilai'latum" Sou.a
Ouitine -"lla)iiioud" Tl'oinns
Intermezzo-"'Hie I'opplej" Morel
jt-'rle Hon ICrnani ' Verdi
Voi al Hawaiian .Sungs...Ar by llergir
Mi's. N. Alapnl.
Select Ion "I'lliue of 1'IUrn". .I.uilira
Wultz "lteni''.nliiiinco"... Wnldteufel
riiiiite "TinllliiK the Trull".. JiiIuikoii
"The Star Hiuiugled Ilaiiuer."
"The College Widow"
To TakeThe Town
Ann't albleiii iniitesti, the exciting
things, though? J list think b.uk nnd
tccall tho last big game you wcnr to,
Yon might not Isaio known anyone In
Hie gaum and but n few uho tame lo
ultuiks It. Vuii went Just tu pass nu
Hut when Hie slur filiycr on the foot
ball team, fur kl'H hnvu It u football
t-iiuie. si aril (I is the Held with the ball
tin ked Ktvurcly miner his arm. nnd tho
opposing team In front of blm, nnd
r.iiciessfully dodgeil what men blocked
1:1a patch, inni there was yer a biinili
of sivngu belugH inclng for his scalp,
nnd he fell, exliausted ntter nu emir
nious run. nml planked lh ball light
over the line fur u touch-down, illilu I
you yell? Of icinrni you did. mid mi
lid tin- whole i iiiwd. You couldn't help
It. on wiinled to mid you felt better
after It. didn't jou?
Well, that's "Tlio Collego Widow"
till over iigiilu. Knorniiius exillenieul
Is rife dining the footbiill giime wblcli
oeiurs In the third net. New Kieneij
lias been painted showing the field and
lilfiirlit'iN. and tlio entrance to Hie
training ipiailera, Theie Is nnllilnc
but uetlon. moro nrtlon, most ncllon,
dining this nliolu net, mid the cnllic
(.ait nppeais on the btage hero togitli
er, milking a great finale to u most In
tci eating nnd nxcltlng uct.
The banquet and after celebration uro
left for tho foiiilh net, nnd hut there
Isn't sp.ue to dcscilbo It, and ll'u migh
ty hard lo do It, too. You'd belter come
nnd see fur yourself nnd you're bound
to like it. April Mtli mid 23th,
i . ' i
At the nnminl meeting of tho Cancer
Hospital. Iuidon, the Chaltnian of the
Mullen) Committee staled that ns a re
sult of n visit to 1'arls by members of
the surgical and pathological staffs, on
luvltitlon of Dr Doyen, It lould be
Btuted that lila scrum was luclfettive
for tho cuio of cancor.
Tho Wcokly Edition of tho Evening
fliillctlii gives o complete summary of
tho news of tho day, -For SI a yur
FOUNDERS OF UNIVERSITIES
WHO STEAL IN BUSINESS
PROF. JENK8 GIVES SOME VCRY.
GOOD IDEAS ON GREAT FOR
TUNES AND THEIR U8ES.
VALUE OF MEN.
Ithnra, N. Y., April C Professor
Jetemlah Whipple Jenkr, li"-ul of the,
Department of Political Bclcncc nnd
I'olltlcal Hrnnomy ut Cornell I'nhei--fclty.
nddressed the Ktudenls today on
Hie Hitbjeit of "(lrent I'ortunes nml
"There rre two methods of acquiring
wealth," bo said, "1'eople render wer
lce for reward nnd some get reward
lor servlie. The tumble wild the Urn
class Is Hint they loo often think of re
ward unit nor. of the service they lire
"It Is snld Hint no limn rnn earn A
million dollars. I do not think this Is
so. Ir there any way to measure ser-
Wce nnd delernilne lis value? An
iiprrnllon that would prolong the life
of Shakespeare, Lincoln or Washing
ton for ten ycirn is there nny way In
ilelermlne the Value of that service:
Can we determine tho value of the life
of Hie Ktalesmiin who saves his coun
try from n ruinous war?
"If the manager of n factory rnn
make it Pio.luio n million dollars n
year, while the innunger of number
Initory of equal initio runs It to full'
me It seems to me ns If the first innn
tins earned n million dollars.
".Members of the board of illrrctnts
of lorpnrntlons who, learning that div
idends are to be deilaied, go into the
stork market expecting to use their
knowledge to their own ndvantnee. nro
like gamblers with loaded dice," he
lantlnued. "Such dealing is scandalous,
there. Is no servlie. It Is stealing, ex
cept for the fact that others know nf
'Men who found universities. wIIcrcs
nnd iharltnhlc Institutions, seeking In
Justify their gelling wealth unjustly,
should he condemned.
'.Socialists forget that there Is such
n thing ns human nntiite. Tho same
dominant pertnnalltles that command
In the world of pilvnte entcriirlso would
dominate tho filnte If the weullh should
belong to the Stnlc "
Acting Governor Atkinson has signed
the death wnrmnts of Shim Myeng Ok,
K'liig Yong llok. Kim Your, Yee. Chang
Chgl Yuel nnd Woo Myeng Book, tho
live Koreans who were convicted nt
Hliii of murder In the first degree. The
deed was nttended by clriuniklnnccs of
too most lcvoltlng ntroclly, and au np
l.eal made for mercy by itcv .Mr.
Wndmnn was In vain. The dato of thu
hanging bus ben rot for Mny 2.
Illinois Primary Law
Springfield, 111.. April C Illinois'
new primary election law today was
1fclf.red iiutonr. Ittillonnl by thu Statu
Iiiimeillnlely on hearing of tho dctl
slim of the Supremo Coitrt (lovernor
Deneeii telegraphed to Lieutenant (lov
ernor Lawrence Y. Shermnn nt Hot
Bprlr.gs, Atk., nnd to Speaker Bhuilleff
nt Marengo. III., Informing them of the
ileclrlon or tint court, nnd tonight the
(lovernor Issued n call for n special
session of Hie Legislature, to ho held
In t'prlngfleld at in o'clock nn Tues
day morning. April 10, to ennet n new
Chairman Hoy (). West of the lift
publican Statu Central Committee to
day Issued n enll for Ihn Statu Com
nilltio tu meet lu Springfield next Sat
uid.iy tn lesilml tho rail for the Ho
publican Stnle Convention, called fur
amy 1 1 in ripringllcid.
Tho decision of tho Supremo Court
without n dissenting voice declarea
tha' tho following provisions of tho
ptlmnry law nn unconstitutional:
lint candidates, for nartv nomina
tion must pay ,i filing fee lu order Hint
their names may nppear on primary
That polltlial parlies polling in ner
rcn of tho total vote for President In
the State nro entitled to n prlninry lu
Hinnll counties, wheiens In rountloH
containing n population of 12.",0o0 or
over 20 per cent, of tho totnl voto Is
Thnt It provides for n military voto
nn icnilldntcH fur (lovernor, but mnkos
no pioviBinn lor other State ofllcers.
That It prmlili-H that In fienalniial
dlstrlrlH lonialning two counties not
more thnn two legislative ramlldntcH
shall be seleiled from nny one county
nnd Hint In districts comprising threo
or more itmntlus not moro than nnrj
leghlntlvn candidate shnll bo nominat
ed Irom nny ono county.
'i no siipiemn Court also holds that
voters or Hie Socialist party, which
Challenged tho constitutionality of the
law nnd which had been debaired
from holding n primary election under
Its provisions, had lost nono or their
rlgbti bernuso tho tlmo for holding a
ptlmnry hnd passed, it fixed upon 8nt
nrdny, April 21, ns tho dato upon
which tho party may hold n primary
The DU8INESS MAN'A uturw in
DEX, published in tho Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weky Edition, glves-a
Concise and COmclets rteiim nf nil l-
fjal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, cunning permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7! ner month. Weeklv Bulletin.
SI, per year.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
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Thousands of Island People are
A Large wholesome success has
marked the BULLETIN'S
Auto Contest from the
day it started
JSF Tho splendid prizes the popularity of the Bulletin and the perfect
fairness of tho contest have combined to make this venture n winner, and
when a thing makes good It IS good.
SMT" The prizes have never been equalled In this country. They are
TEN In number, consisting of a S1.-100 fEO TOURING CAR; A S:J50
KROEGER PIANO; A S5.000 INSURANCE POLICY; A S5() SILVER
PUNCHBOWL; A S-IO STORE ORDER; A DOMESTIC SEWING MA
CHINE; A LEATHER GOLF BAG AND SET OF CLUBS; A WINCHES
TER REPEATING RIFLE; A LEATHER SUIT CASE; AND A KODAK
The contest opened on Feb. 1, 1906, and will close at 5 o'clock p. m.
June 16, 1906. The final count will V made June 30, 1906, and the last
votes from all Islands must be in ti. j office not later than G p. m. on the
day of the final count.
A preliminary count takes place every
Thursday morning in the BULLETIN of
fice, but the final count will be made by a
committee of three who will be selected, from'
among disinterested business men ,
I G. Q. YEE HOP & GO. I
SI-" We always welcome a comparlton of prices and an examlna
' tlon of our fresh meat. Tlilo applies to our Meat Business, on
g7 a" ' which our prices are as reasorable at Is consistent with
y the standard of quality, and strictly maintained In a most sanl- -
J tary condition.
Telephone Order Department
Patrons unable to visit our establishment are assured expe. a
dltlous service antl the tame careful attention as Is given to pur- t
fc chases made In person.
; TELEPHONE MAIN 251. N. KING STREET. J
mimm mmimum mm mmx
Y. SUQA SHOTEN
WIioIuhuIu & Retail Liquor Dunlur,
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon in connection.
IWILEI AND KING STREET8.
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AUTO STANDING APRIL 12
Co. D, N. G. H.. Hllo 2296C0
St. Louis College Alumni Asso
Admiral Ceo. C. Beckley 211873
Judge A. N. Kepolkal 148734
Diamond Head Athletic Club .. 43297
Llhue Kegel Club 35105
Mrs. Lucy Wright, Walmea, Ka
Mrs. C. L. Dlckerson 26116
Thos. C. White. Kealakekua .. 25743
J. D. McVeigh 21872
Jas. L. Frlel (Mauna Loa) .... 2145a
Aaia uiud 15-161
Leo Lorrlllard Cummins 14182
D. K. Watson 0743
Mjss Hannah Sheldon, Llhuo Ka
uai , 9549
Jac. Kula, Kauai , , 0381
8, K. Kamaloplll 5063
Geo H. Dunn, Lahalna 6405
Louis H. Miranda 4938
Miss Lucy Kaukau, Lahalna .. 2567
Tommy Kearns 2329
John Raposo, Llhuo store .... 1617
l. cic Drags, Kauai , 1600
Chester Irwin 1209
Kalmukl, Walalae, Patolo Impt.
A.M. Souza 1201
8am Chong 1399
P. N. Kahokuoluna (Pala, Maul) 812
J. Rodrigues 377,
touri tamocs, A. o. F ,,., ,U3
The slip from which tho Dread
nought, lK.Otio tons, was launched at
I'ortMuouth tho other day, was ex
tended so ns to hold Ships up to 520
feet lu length, Now It Is being ngaln
eitlnigeil up to no Icon thnn 7(10 feet,
mid people nro wondering of how
lininj tons tho next battleship built
In It Is tu be.
tamr"For Rent" cards on tal at
thei Bulletin office,
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