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EVENING nTTLtBTm, HONOLULU, T. n., MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1910.
For Good Furniture
Dry ' Goods
Tort Street, Opposite Catholio Church
Mifcs Kate Woodard
1141 .Fort Street.
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
nmr strew, Xhovm Hotel
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, 'Torchon and
Clnny lace, by the yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDQ.
Exclusive Desi&s and Reasonable
MISS POWER'S JWLLINERY
Boston uildjng , Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
Wo Adds Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1184 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
.uonomiu. I. iu
Dry Goods Co.
, DRY GOODS
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
JWAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa.Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS.
SION TURNITURE made to order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Ghongs,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING M TAI & CO.
041 Nunanu Street Phone ,266
J FINEST FIT
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
. 0. Box. 001 , Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chop Buey up
stairs. Occidental Meals 'downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Contractor 'for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Papcrhang
ing. No. 1310 LILIHA ST., Cor, Kukui,
' Emma Street, above Beretania
New BICYCLES anived for racing
and general use, Prices, $25 up to
$35. without brakes. Repairing and
re-tiring done neatly.
fflsW"For Salo." cards at Bulletin.,
ble Compound Cured Her.
Mlllmnntlc, Conn. "for Ovo years
M.Ub iu' raUsInK k'ekachc. Intfgolarl.
i SJ d",lleM l nervous prostra
tfqtx, It was Impossible for m fn
on the way. 1
tried three differ,
cut doctors and
each told rao some,
thin? different. I
received )io benefit
from any of them,
but seemed toiuif.
fcrmore. The hut
doctor Mid notli.
ItiS would restore
taking J,ydla II. I'inkham'a Vegetable
viiiuuiiu iu see vuiai it WOIIIU (10,
f ,. 1 .am restarcU to my natural
onn '&..;TMrB;. KI7A Honovan, Box
2U0. Wllllraantlc, Conn.
Thn RlircAlta nf T.v.lln T- T)lVt...-H-
Vegetable Compound, mado from roots
and horbS, M unparalleled. It may be
used w I th perfect confidence by w omen'
who suffer from displacements, inflam.
matlon. ulceration, ilbrolrt tumors, lr.
regularities periodic pains, backache,
bearing-down feeling, llattticncy, indi
gestion, dizziness, or nervous prostra
tion. For thirty years T.ydlaj:. I'inkham'a
Vijgetablo Compound has been tho
standard remedy for female Ills, and
suffering women ouolt to themselves
to at le.ist glvo this medlcino a trial.
I'roof Is abundant that It has cured
thousands of others, and why should It
bot euro you?
STAMPED ON ANY
PIECE OF FLATWARE
MEANS THE BEST
WE ARE AGENTS SEE THE
'PATTERNS COMPARE PRICES
JN. A. ffc. Vieira
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
Your machine will be ready foi
ion when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on antes; wi waair
Von liamm Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDIHfl.
"The Besl-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
J. W. KEBSHNEK
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone 434,
HONOLULU TOWER WAGON C6.
W. M. Minton, Manager
Offjce and Garago South Street,
near King. f
1S5 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
nun'b'rs of the O u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
jjpy'Tor Rent" cards on sale a't
the Bulletin office.
(Continued 'from rago 1.)
SAN KllANCISCO, Juno 19. Tho
promoter of the Johnson-Jeffries
prlzo-nght lmvo given up the idea
of tr Ing to tiling It off here, and
ntmonneed that they wl take It to
the State of Nevada, though they
are ro frlghteneit by the attitude of
the authorities aud public sentiment
that tho name of the place chosen
Is kept a secret. It appears now that
Instead of being a great sporting
ecnt In an auditorium built for the
purpose, tho fight will have to be a
contest pulled off at quick notice In
tome selected spot.
There In bitter disappointment
hmnng tho sports gathered here tor
tho big event. Up to today rome
thlng was hoped for from Mayor Me
Caithy's confident attitude In favor
o( the fight, and his boast that he
was gunning San Kranctsco, Hut aft
er (-insulting with,, advisers the pro
moter's decided not to placo any re
llalfe In McCarthy. Govcrnbr Oil
lctt'sf firm, attitude. In view of tho
it t that he controls the military
(or cs, made McCarthy's support of
the light useless.
A general exodus q( tho pugilists,
their trainers, and accompanying
sportsmen begins tomorrow. They
nro all going to Nevada. Iteno and
other cities are bidding for tho fight.
but the managers will not announce
It as taking placo In any particular
city They declare, "however, that It
wl lie brought oft on July 4 In the
State of Nevada.
Those who object to tho light are
already turning their attention to
plans for stopping the light In Ne
vada, and Governor Dlckerson will
nt onco bo subjected to the same kind
of 'pressure which caused Governor
Glllctt of California to take so rad
ical n nosltlon aealnst the flcht.
Acting Mayor Says Things.
BAN KHANUIBUU, June 19.
Yesterday, prior to tho arrival of
McCarthy, Actlng.Mayor Kelly made
a statement, supposed to bo author
ized by McCarthy and Inspired by
him, that the Governor had no right
to attempt any 'interference w'lth tlfe
THE objection to
most temperance legislation is simply that
it .i's religious persecution. Th'at is to
say, it is the imposition upbh a Vyhble
people, by force, of a morality 'that is nb't
the morality of 'that whole, people; that is
not the morality oT half the. people; that
is simply a special morality sincerely held
by a group of governing, active, and in
fluential persons, it is not sfelf-eVident
that beer is bad; it is not the general,
opinion of mankind that beer is bad; it is
one honest and logical opinion held by
one public-spirited and powerful gtoup.
To enforce such an opinion by the;p'olice
is persecution. O. K. Chesterton.
f' . i ' ..IK.',.
vt, , .1 "
.. nan n vji 9.n'fttr v Vitt
'government of this city, lie scored
the Governor for his action In
threatening, to iVfJafe,,. martial law
and practically defied the State au
thorities to Bisumn Jurisdiction over
me miornni government or ine cuy.
The announcement of defiance cre
ated considerable excitement many
fearing that tho defiance would pre
cipitate matters anil bring the mili
tia out under the Governor's orders
to take charge Of the government.
In local sporting circles consider
able bitterness la felt against the
Sacramento authorities for "butting
TO ARBITRATE BOUNDARY.
Washington, u. c, June IS).
The government of Mexico has
agreed to settle the Chamlzal boun
dary dispute by arbitration.
ACTOR NEVILLE BEAD,
NEW YORK, June 19. Henry Ne
ville, the 'English actor and dra
matic teacher, died here today.
ROOSEVELT AT HOME.
OYSTER. HAY, June 19. Sx-Prcs-ident
ltoosevclt attended his church
today, according to his former cus
tom. During tho afternoon he took
a walk with Senator lodge and Con
gressman Longuorth, his son-in-law,
as companions. He' will go to New
York tomorrow to attend the wed
ding of his son, Theodore Kobsetelt,
YOUNG ROOSEVELT'S MARRIAGE.
NEW YORK, Juno 19. The wed
ding of Thcodoro Hooseelt Jr. will
take, place tomorrow In the Fifth
Avenue Presbyterian church.
Invitations have been sent out, for
sovo'ral. we'eks. and. from the 'number
of friends who 'have maTe, arrange
ment u uo present iis certain me
church will bo crowded.
KNOX WILL PROBABLY STAY.
WASHINGTON. D. C, June 10.
Secretary of State P. C. Knox, on tho
verge, of, retirement, ,1s yielding to
the President's urging that be re
main a member of the cablnoU Knox.,
It Is given out,, had about concluded
to retire, but President Taft, sjronj;
ly urged him to continue In otnee.
While It Is not definitely decided
that Knox will stay. It Is reriortcu
that he will do so.
WILL MAKE NEW STATES.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 19.
Prcsdlent Taft will sign the gtato-
hood bill tomorrow, making effective
tho law which adds two new States
to the American Union. They are
Arizona and Now Mexico, the forty-
'seventh ah'd 'forty-elfchth States.
-. v P4it.--
M ,, ,
WW , .." 'fy y-W
The signing of this law makes
Hawaii the only remaining Terri
tory of the United States.
SHARP WORDS TO MADRIZ.
WASHINGTON, i). (j June 19.
The government has replied sharply
fn a protest received from General
Madrlz of Nicaragua, In which tho
general claimed that tho United
States had violated rules of neutral
ity In refusing to allow the bom
bardment of Minefields by Madrlz.
NKW YORK, JUno 19. A violent
Windstorm, accompanied with driv
ing rain, "struck the cjfy estefday,
three known deaths resulting. Four
persons, reported missing In tho
storm, are being searched for by the
police, and fears nre expressed that
they may also have lost their lives.
AMERICAN PUG WINS.
LONDON. June 19. "Paekej'' Mc
Farland of America knocked out
Jack Goldswaln of Kngland In the
third round last night. .
MONEY FOR HILO BUILDING.
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 19.
The Omnibus Public Hulldlngs Hill,
carrying gn appropriation of $20,000
for, preliminary work on n public
building for Hllo and authorizing a
further expenditure with a limit of
$200,000, was farably reported In
the Houso jcs(crdny.
The bill carries a total of J19,
288,500. ITALIAN BEAUTY WEDS.
OYSTKIt HAY, June 19. Robert
Wlnthrop Chanter and Una Cava
lier), known as, "the beauty of the
Italian stage," a 'famous prima don
na, wore married hero last night.
CHICXaO'S fatal heat.
v CHICAGO, .Juno 1,9. TDcro were
three d'ea.th.s hero yesterday and doz.
en's of prostVatloDj 'duo to the heat.
Thero will bo a band concert this
evening at half-past seven at Emma
square with tho following program:
Overture Don Juan Mozart
Grand March Athalle ..Mendelssohn
Polonaise In Mask Faust
election Faust Gounod
Vocal Hawaiian songs. .Ar by Dergcr
Selection Breezes from tho South
Lancers Tho Merrymakers
Finale Kiss of Spring Itolfo
The Star Spangled Uanncr.
V"For Rsnt" cards on tale at
lha Bullstln affles.
Jkix -aiAjskfct. .
FTW AN T S.
Ambitious men ana womfn to pre
pareor better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply tor list ol
positions' to Hawaiian; Agency oi
the International Correspondence
.School, at 1139 Fort street.
Bverybddy to use the large nickel
pad. fdr school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
kfor five cents, at ihls omce, tf
YOung Iddy cashier. Must be quick
to learn and aceuratp at figures.
Address I'. O, llox BC7.
Practical fnrhcr, to mahage rinch
bu this island. Address "C2S,"
llulle,t)p ofllc'e, 4MC-3t
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Malzie. 1407 Auld Lane. Tel. 1S64.
Expert piano tuner, Russian; terms
Very cheap, Apply M. Grune, 8 a
Merchant street. 4G44-Gt
Mrs. Hodgson, Experienced Teacher
Flano and Singing. IJest methods;
rapid progress. Thorough train
ing. All ages. Studio, 236 King
street, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons in Singing,
Pianoforte, pipe Organ, 'etc. Itesl
'dene'e 'and Studio, 1DG0 Emma St.
, .4514-t't . ...
W. f . SCfflJRMANN
Corner Union ano. Berettala'lta.
Hotue Consul tins;, 2-3 . b.,Iu-,
ordayi excepted.- Opeftttnr. 8-11
t - Pnone 33
'A. BOWAlT. D. V. fS.
HOURS Club SUhles; 10 . m.
to 12 m.; .3 to 3 p. m. Residence:
8 'to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3,'p. m.. ,
. PHONES Club SUblei, 109; Res
ldent,,T329..,, ". itt ,
Perfect security with smooth
ly .working mechanism.
WeWrry BUILDE'RS' HARD- !
WARE ofevery description.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King
In Coins and
W 0 Rlc'l N G and DRIVING
. 1&5 pdlforlal rooms 2ft0",tTus.
pess office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Motorists and others who appreciate
refreshing beverages to stop at
the Walfiatiu Exchange; 10 min
utes' drlte from main llalelwa
road. Tobd'cus, elc.
Furnished rooms cool and pleasant
In private family. Apply Mra.
V. h. Schmidt, prop., Alapal St ,
No. 103S, near King. 4629-tf
Clean furnished rooms; )1.E0 week,
Sue. night. 1281 Fort street.
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms, Cottage (lroe. I'hone 108".
Two furnished "rooms. Apply Mrs
D. McCohnel), 1223 Emms St.
Furnished house. Apply 1713 Ileach
ROOMS -AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without 'board. 1(3
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-ti
First-class apartments, with board,
The Macdonald, 1402 Punahou.
Special rates for table board.
Fhone 1113. 4641-tt
Neatly furnished rooms and board,
15S0 Emma street, opposite Royal
School. Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop,
Nicely-furnished rooms, for couples,
with board, In private family. Ap
ply 13C6 king street. 4624-tf
i i 1 ' -
The Trataso tfuVeldpe li tlme-saVIng
invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending oUt bills or re
ceipts, bulletin Tubllihtng Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tf
Remington typewriter, In good con
dition. Address "G. W. A.", Bul
letin office, 4C43-U
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and 'fish nets 'for sale cheap.
Address f. Johnson, Honoullull.
Diamonds and jewelry bought, sold
'and exchanged. U. Carlo.. Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office, ft
. CLOTHES CLEANING.
thelpx'perjtClothea Cleaning Co.
uoous caueu ror ana aenverea.
1127 Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No, 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. uiomes
Tom Carpenter Mastering, cement
work of all kinds; sidewalks a
specially. Lowest possible prices.
Residence, 1234C Emma Placo,
Japanese 'Employment 'Aiwokti,
Maunakea near Asst Theater. Call
up phone 697 If you' want cock,
good boy or servanta..
For hire, seven'-seated Packard;
phone 799. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Jteynolds. 4540-tf
f M'fting Kee.-Plrimber'ftnd TimaUtk,
Smith St., bet. Hoterand PaUakl.
YE 'ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
, Fort below King Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
'For the Victor' Talking
-BEROSTR0M. MUSIC CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co,
160 Hotel St. Phone 218.
TUNING GUARANTEED '
1 -rtrr: i r
Ititer-Islnud and O. R. & I shipping
books for sato at tbo I) u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office, 50c each.
,v.. - MM.