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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 12, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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On Fort Street below Xing.
SADDLE AND DRIVING HORSES
for tale or hire
", " .
' agents for the Hudson, Chalmers
Detroit, Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow,
Your machine will b ready Tor
yon when we say it will be. Wa
don't experiment on autotj wa repair
Co., Ltd. ' '"
AIEXANDCR YOUNG' BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
BEHN hdi his new 7.seated auto
ready for business at the
Proprietor and Manager.
Cornet Alakea and Hotel Street!
painted, upholstered and fitted. with
new springs. '
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
i Ready for Demonstration.
SGHUHAN CARRIAGE CO.
By Hour or Trip.
Means Stimulating the Nerves
18.00 T,0 SJ2.00, COMPLETE
Union Eleotrio Co.,
I. 0. Carter, Proprietor
HAMUSON lll.DU. PflONE 315
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish'
Dresses, tailor-made specialties; Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
M. A. Gunsti& Co.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
tar. Dellrered to any part of elty by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kawalo. Telephone "A
ULLKTIM AH8 PAY
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
Mrs. Belmont at Her Desk
In Suffrage Headquarters
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frills alions Mr. Ildmont, tha prcijdcnt of lho'!'omVn'ir5affrueT,nsy:lt6n, la her. office,, at eot-Ilthfartnu,.
Now York. -" - w. - " '"- v. . ..
This clover nnJ earnest woman has
cause of womnn. Sho Is conducting a
methods promise grmt success.
Some Women Keep
Maids, and Others
: Do Not
80ME REASONS WHY.
ryilY Is It that somo women keep
mulds for years and that othtrs
ara continually changtneT
Is It the maid's fault or that of the
Nearly always tin mlstreKC. sad to
relate, because If she does get poor, un
reliable, nishty maids she picks them
out at the beginning and thereby shows
a lack ot Judgment which Is lamcnta
bio In one who Is In churge of a home.
For ou can nearly always tell the
flighty maid at a glanco In the nrst
place she Is young and, as a rule, over
dressed, Willi u hat trimmed with cheap
feathers and cheap ribbons around her
neck. Her eye 'roves around over tho
furniture, even as she speaks to you,
and she Is probably "siting you up" by
the variety and dcurce of showlncss of
your furniture and wondering whether
your clothes ulll fit her and whether
you keep the provisions under lock and
key so sue cannot entertain ner com
The young mold Is hardly ever satis.
factory unless she has an unusually
old head on her shoulders, wh'ch Is the
ARMY AND NAVY
Major Kennedy, rniiunandlnK otn-
ter at (he ku-i iioiiitni, is ox-
poctcd to return within a day or so
from the Kast, where he has spent
a month's e,avo of aliseace. While
there has been no official announce
mont of tho fact, It la understood that
Major Kenned) will Bhortly leave (or
Honolulu, for scnlLe In the medical
corps thero. 8. 1 Examiner.
WASHINGTON. General William
II. Carter, now In tho Philippines,
will get tho position of commander
of tho Department of tha Utiles when
Uenernl Grunt leaves that post to
tuke command of tho Department ot
the East at Now York, General Hell,
who will he succeeded by General
Wood, f loin New York, db chief of
etuff of the army, will get bIx
months' leave of absence to travel
In Europe, beginning In March next.
After this tour General Dell will bo
usslgued to command In tho Philip
pines. After-consulting the table of conl
. . JWTEOipwv
They are ezclmive in raoit
practically abandoned socloly to ilcNole her entire time to advancing tht
suffruca campulitn ulonu imnly inui.ullno' und huslnessllk lines, and hr
exception rather than The Idcul age
Is over twenty-live, und thirty Is even
better. The hou.ckecpcr who can ob
tain a maid of thU age who knnns tier
business and la neut nnd competent
will do well to hang on to her and to
overlook little crotchety wuys occasion
ally, which mistresses lime us well as
maids, by tho wnyV for wo aro nil hu
man and hae our gbod und bad days
Tho general fault on the nilslrtss'
side that you read about Is that sho Is
unsympathetic and unfeeling, but you
can ba assured that tho other extn me
Is Just as bad. Thero Is no proverb
more truo than familiarity breeds con
tempt, and the woman who encourages
her maid to overstep tho bounds, to
gossip und sit with her and to (worst
ot all) sympathise with her In domestic
troubles Istmcrcly laying up disturb
ance for the future and Is endangering
the discipline of the household Just us
much as a general would who should
make on Intimate friend of n nrhnto
"anil then expect that man to render
him the same obedience and have the
same s,cnse of his dignity and respect
for him as the others.
Take It all In all, business relations
are the only ones to have between em
ployer and employed, no matter what
the labur. Kind in us and good treat
ment tho maid has n right to ixpict,
with n kooJ room and food ami fixed
hours for work and leisure.
Tho first das maid wll desire noth
Ing betier than this and will stay In a
place where her work Is dignified by
being trcuted In u businesslike way.
supplies for tho fleet for the ,last
eighteen jenrs, we arc at a loss to
understand the nnlmus ot the sud
den nttneks upon the Nuy Depart
ment proceeding from the ' theory
that It Is Ignoring, the home coal
producer or faorlng Eastern uoal at
the expense (if the Pacific const
mines, Tulilni; the figures ot the
annual loport of tho Secretary ot
the Nav), we find thnt the ratio or
homo to foreign coal Is far higher
now than It was several jears ago,
when ,no outcry was heard. Lust
year tho Navy purchased ot domestic
coal S7,352 tons and of foreign touf
119,1)03 tons, or n proportion or
about seven to one. In 1901 the ra
tio was only about two to ouo, the
figures, then being: Domestic coal,
319,042; foreign, 'lOJj.OOG, tnna, in
1903 unit IDo-l 'he ratio wuaibelow
four tp one. Tho figures ,hteii were:
190,1, domestic cnitl,ni;,017t foreign
102, 01,9 tons; 100 1,, domestic 395,
344, foreign 103,232 .(qua. For tho
eighteen tears tho grand totuls wore:
Domestic coal, B, 523,209; foreign,
1,307,312 tons. As during that Ume
uvai I) all tho activities of the Nuv),
excopt duilug cruises In foreign wa
ters, weie confined to the Atlantic
Ocean, It Is only natural that the
Inigct putt of the coal used was from
tho Knatein mines.
There Is a very strong argument In
I, - .
Women of Norway vot?i.JfiirShovflrs"
lime In a general el.tlon In November
though they have had nuinlilpal 'uf
frage for years. The vinniin vote In Hit
towns was hcuvy, but lUht In tho coun
tiy districts. , v
Mary Johnston, the nnrllst, has Ue
dared herself In full tinpathy wltt
the movement to secure the p.'llllia
cnfrunchlsemeht of .women. ,
Trcyjn Is tho numo of u woman rut
fruga ar publlslxd at Ul'inlpec.!
Is in the Uclandlc language limljn till
Interests of full woman suffrage fir
the women of Itelind In tint rountr;
women already liuve the niunlili.i(
vote, and three women are now Krvlni
us members of the city coum II in tin
cupltal city, Itijkjulk.
favor ot tho restoration ot the can
teen li tho Army contained In tho
annual report of General Jlrush, com.
mantling the Department of the Vi
sa) as. ic Is from the report of the
ot being cut off from most of the
diversions ufforded tbem In a home
and the general Incorporates It In
his, report and gives It his approal.
Here Is the report:
"Fully eighty per cent of the or
fenseg tried by summary court, and
ii not insignincant pioportlon of
Hi oso tried by general rourt-niartlnl,
are traceable lo the use of liquor,
"Tho facility which this concoc
tion may he obtained; Its cheapness',
and the fact that men on service In
the Philippines aro exposed to un
usual temptation to drink by reason
diversions affored them In a home
station, conspire to make It a seri
ous, and I believe, a. constantly grow.
Ing menace to ilWlillnc,-to say no
thing of tho phBlcul uud moral well,
being of troops. An Act of tho Phil
ippines Commission forbids Its sale,
with other mitHo liquors, to Ame
rican Mililleis (nml sailors) In two
provinces. The prohibition should
extend to the eiitlro niLhlpclago. The
sale of whiskey, beer, etc., Is carried
on under heavy license; 'Vino' Is sold
under nunciel) nominal license, un'l
Is obtnlnnhlo In numerous native
'tlendus;' the trafflcjs" Uiuh In the
hands of Irresponsible peisous."
The local guvainmeut tun and
should take measures for the regu
lation of tho trade In vino but after
'all the solution of the liquor problem
In the.Aiuiy Ilea In the restoration of
BE JUST TO YOURSELF
u-jil keep well If possible Check that
cough with the huimless nnd efficient
tonicity Allen'c Luni; Ilulsnm. t .All
drUKtjIsts, 2So. 50o and $1.00 bottles.,,.
Ihcru's nothing so
., . j .
'tyd lor a cougu
ing to good
for 'a cough
bare a genu
ine col J or a
or when then
mation'lnftne throat or lungs, then
you need v
It la a caret oil r prepared, aocuraUly
compounded mtdlc'ue totialt dUaato
of the throat and lungi. It eontaiaa
strong and active Ingredients, tueh aa
art xtentlvtly preictlbed by tha msdl
cal profetilon. It Is the oldsst, strong
est, aad belt medicine fur coughs and
colds you can,pottlbly buy.
Accept.no cheap and worthletiiub
stltuU, Beiurevouget Ajrer'lChsrry
Pectoral. It contains no narcotic, or
poison ,of, any kind.
San Francisco Hotels
Oeary Street, aba V 'Union Squara
Juil eesoslts Betel at, fraacls
European Plan. tt.BO a day up
American Plan aa.oq day up
Steel and brick ttrocturei faraitk.
atmoderate rates. Center of thsatr
al traint and steamers. ' Send for
bpokWt with map of San Franelted.
Hotel Stewart now recognised aa
address, "Trawets,',' ABC Code.
'1 ' 8AJT FRANCISCO ''
Army and Navy' Headquarters.
Three hundred rooms, nearly all
V'ith,,batn, Circulating ica water
to each room. Built, equipped and
conducted to. please the really criti
cal.., -HalfX a, .block , fros) Union
square, two uocu from, Market St.
Convenient ,tv .principal, shops, thea
ters. udOrojad, moes. Omnibus
at, all steamers. .
Special 'attention to Honolulu trade.
i- r , Sates .. , .
Without bath ....... $1.50 per day up
With, bath , . . . . . . ,00, per day up
,. KeaJs table d' hote or a la arte t
Management of Qua 0. larttu,
But our stock waa to large and
assortment so complete that We can
still show you almost anything in
cur line that will make a respectable
NEW YEAR'S GIFT-
1 . .-)l
113 Hotel St.
.,,-V r ,-.-t
Stop That Cold
s tablets J
will do it.
- Only at
Cor. Fort and 'King' Sts!
1 i ; 1 td
To Inform those who were unable to
gain admlttajite tq The Donlne
Theater on Saturdn) evening, ow
ing to the bg rush, that this
great, Chinese motion picture of
ther Imperial Funeral of the late
Emperor will be exhibited again
t6nlght'dnd tomorrow night; also
a-igrcatiaelectlon of other foreign
nJiuWflc!11 more than ordinary In-
TJ?restJ nnd a change of dance ty
Sibyl CirmpTiell ' Held and a new
sqng by Mr, Shrete., 4512-tt
Remlnglon t)DewrHer. State model,
price and .condition. Address
"Typewriter," Bulletin office.
Clean wlplna rata at tha Bulletla ot
I,08t. gold pin.
lteward, 1644 Mag-
Pound, bunch of 'keys, on Kalakaua
Ave, Call at this offlco.
A TIIA1N RIDE TO.
HAS AM. OF 'THE
FOUND IN A SUPERIOR TRAIN
8ERVICE. TRY THE.. LIMITED.
Fine furnished rooms, $1 per day
$10 and uowa'rds per nionth. ' Splen
XBS. 0. A) BLAISDEIX, Prop.
137 XEBCHANT 8TBEET
FOK-AIF - t
Residences' on Beretania Street.
and, other property..
That Is Purity Itself.
rcttc Soda Ijfatcr orH$
' 1E1THEA1) ftlv'OODWARl)
" - Phone 557.
PEARY'S NORTE POLE SKATES
r ON EXHIBITION AT THE
t 'it' j
HONOIDlU DANCDIO ACADEKT
Meats Xondar and. FridaT. nights. at
8:30 o'clock.. Kilohana, Art Mafna,
un.Bcr.nenrecuoniH, 7 . ,,
- , 0CTO.1URXESTER.
New Dances, a, Specialty.
Informatiah. furnished ,by Otto
BuxmeUr., PhoBaJRei..ll74r ,
Com'r. 'of Deeds fez CalicWmia M
Jaw, York:. 0TA1 MMWi
Qmnt Marriagt. .lioamaaif ,,rawi
Mortgagea, Itaeala, Hllaw
UMoVTVilb, Etc. Attorasy
Deoia, MlUof ..ItUa,
r rot tit
StUJIVXlUllU ) JVUJU) W,
AWAtntn. IA, AA
licycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle,..ailfr
and gold plated work. -
KINO. 0PP. ALAFAI IT.
or inrMtaunt' '
. - COMPANY
306 ladd,Bldg.t City.
ARLEIQH 4 CO., LTD.
M JVPACHIG ENSIKEERINa
Consulting, Deawnina; and Con
Bridges,. Rnildinga,jBoBcrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary. Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates, oa Pro
jects, PhonaAijJ.. ., M1.
O00I MEALSFOl SO'CKITI.
NEW AND EXPERIENCEB,;C0OK.
Everything in Season. m
Sbtel Street, near Fort.
,Wo want,, to see all our old aua
teencBelHwt , . ,,
Two unfurnished' housekeeping
fooms, convenient to three cof
llnes. 1750 King St., near Pa
waa Junction, 4514-tf
Furnished rooms for working men;
$1 week up. 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
D. McDonnell. 1221 Emma it..
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Coot furnished rooms and cottage.
with or without board. 134
Nuuanu Ave., near Bchool St.
Prices moderate. 4450-11
Furnished house; 13 Votlius; $30; at
Walklkl. Ap)ly Cpr. Richards
and Heretnnla. 4507-8t
Diamonds and jewelry bought, sole)
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort. St.
Scissors, knives, rasora) taws,, lawn
mowers ground and , tharptned;
good work. Phone lll. Cor.
Klnau and Pllkol Sta. 4494-lin
Piano taught in 6 mos, 3 month (S
, lessons). Special altentlon lo
auuit geginners. Music, Bulletin
"ananeae Employment Associaiiam.
jMaunakea near Assl Theater, Cal.1
up phone C97 If you want a cook,
goodboy or servanta.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
tanla. jphone 33. '
'S'lHI I J
faa ling Kaa-.plambar ual Tinsamltk.
mlth t, bat. Hotel aad, malt?
" "' JUMtOWK" '"'
'! At - ".
178 BEUTAUTA ATI., aatr EMMA
Ratk'and Xlectrieal Tmtsmast,-
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMEBICAN.HAWAHAX .PAPER A
, sjftny.catimy,t it
Fort and Qneen flfi .'WnnnlilB
Tei ,410. v, 0. Guild.. (knMaa.
i a . v Si -it int. &n.
' b plea&t aid wkolf
aoaie, . .rXJWPtt M
i TME'rpOND 'AaalY.
5 TaL'8S0..at r
TKe Fashion Saloon -
i it n' ,irr. irt ,h
Meet your friends there and eajay
tha.lsnchea and irinha.
tctvea.aM tnnaa. t s A
fetal Jtret aaar Fori
j. BaliTaraj fa"iwidaaa
j S.S!aiihhart ,
iai.ua. 'v), ,
PLANISHED STEEL ?.
A full assortment, aiaea S4"XN"
NoaSS Just to hand. i
.. We do sheet.jnetal work at ill
kinds, and guarantee aatia(aetis.
Your patronage, ia . wUcitaaV. f , i
P10MPT ATTENTION TO JORBIIO
ZMMELDTK- C0., LTOiitT
phon.1,, . .writ.
. IXADISQ HAT CXIJUTEllT
All Kinds of'itat Clewed aid
iBltaked.'n . s '.$
No Acids UiH. Work aaaraitaad.
, JELIX TURR0, SBteinUav '
U54Iort Street. v 0w,,CaWt.
.' Honolulu, T. N, .