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KVBNjNQ nnT.T-TCTm, HONOUILTJ. T, I!., EDNK3DAV, JUNI3 i2,.tD10.
For Good Furniture
Dry Goods .
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
Miss Kate Wobdard
1141 .fort Strrtt
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, . Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny Xace, by the yard, at reason
FORT STJIEET, HARRISON BLDG.
Exclusive" Designs and Reasonable
'" MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
. . , ... PARLORS ,
Boston Buildinjr Fort Street
LEADING. HAT CLFANERS.
All Kinds of Hati Cleaned and
No'Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Ho-.iblnln T. H u
Dry Goods Co.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVE'RLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wan Ying Cliong Co.,
Kfag 'St.," Ewa Flsh'Market
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers, in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All'kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
, FRAMED PICTURES
i' for Gifts at
fWing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
sum i aa i numf i
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nunanu Street
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG.
J. 0. Box 961 Telephone 031
T 79 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Sney no
stairs, Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Ycc Hop & Co,
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Paperhang-
M 1316 LILIHA ST., Cor. Kukui,
, Honolulu v
Emma Street, above Beretania
New BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices, $25 up to
$35, without brakes. Repairing and
re-tiring done neatly.
. il20 Tort St.
, FINE ROUS AND BUNS.
BOSTON UAKKD BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD,
BESrilOME-MADE BREAD IN
mkM B,ni up 107,
fiTS there more than
ono .kind of Ivory
No! But there area hun-
'drcd imitations. They
resembld Ivory Soap in
size, shape, color and
even in name.
It is a'waste of money
to buy such soaps; and
a waste of time to use
994o Per Cent. Pure
STAMPED ON ANY
PIECE Or FLATWARE .
MEANS THE BEST
PLATED FLATWARE. t"
WE ARE AGENTS SEE 'THE
J. A. R. Vieira
113 HOTEL STREET ' Phone 512
Your machine will be ready foi
on when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on autot; wt raaaii
1LEZANDTO YOUNG BUnDIM.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
5CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
i. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO,
W. M. Minton, Manager
Office ;iml Uarago South Street,
REGAL SHOE CO. ,
King and Bethel.
W 0 11 K I N 0 nnd D R I V I N 0
All Good Shoes
MANUFAOTURKRS' SHOE CO,, Ltd.
1051 JXJljT BritlJIJT !
NATIONAL CONGRESS OF' MOTHERS
MET IN FAMOUS" NIGHT CITY.
I -J "'- - - , -
L'UNVEIl, Juno 21. "Tho City of
I' 'gilts," ntf Denver Is knovvn, gave u
k, -mild groctlilg (o tho National
Cc.igreBs fit Mothers, which held Its
convention hero from Jiiuu 10 to 15.
Thirty-two statcp rent delegates to
tho convention, which was tho four
teenth annual gathering of tho asso
ciation, Denver prides herself on tho
crouds that fill her streets at night.
And this Is ono of tho subjects that
tho conventlqn dealt with tho dan
ger of parents permitting their chil
dren on tho stioetH after durk. Tho
conference was specially Impoitunt by
ikison of tho subjects to ho consul
ercd. They, nro In part "Saving the
Uablcs" "Helping tho Erring llojs
FANCY DANCING .
The exhibition of fancy dancing
by Mis. Ilium's class, lit the ninkaj
ballroom of the Young Hotel last
evening, fully i.inio up lo tho oipec.
tatlons of those who attended.
After Hie pretty work by the i.las,
the audience us veil as tho class
njlnglcd In n general dntipe, and a
good time was sure!) enjojed.
Mrs. Guuu reielv'ed much praise
for the finished manner In which the
small fancy dancors did their work.
Tallowing are tho prettj Irapei'-t
vouatloiis b the class:
llentrlca I.ucaB danced it butterfly
dunce; Margaret Thrum represent!,
Spring In n tcrpslchorcitn Interpreta
tion; Adxlino Allatiuo nnd I.ucy
AHaquo gave a King and dame quite,
prettily; Helen Carter won prulic for
her "Dixie" dance, and Alma Per
guson luterpietcd n tnosqultit pa
rude; Kdlth Klbllng rendered n Span
ish dance In a captivating manner,
whllo Hcnrle Smith, mndo it "Tommy
Atkins" which won nppliiuso front
lliltlslt and ot)icr hands; Margaret
Center gave n pietty Spnnlsh dance.
Tho Rose DrUI Interpreted by (our
tllos ot pretty joung misses was a
siiectacnlnr feature. The nenrf ditme
wus n ery pretty loncaptlon, danc
ed by Violet I.iicaa, Kdean Winter,
Caiol Utw,, Margin et Mc,Carthy nnd
(lads Kruger. Tho Russian saluit
dance wits gten by Catherine Hull,
llernlco Jaeger, lloithn Hurrls,
Ilelcno Morgan, Kiilumniiu Me
Wit)iiv mill Iwalanl Jiiegpr, Jack
Walker und Clnrmicu Murrit) were
Interesting llttlp.tuplds. Thosa who
took part In the rose drill were:
Pink Hoses Kulamanii Mi'Wuyne,
Alma I'erguson, lMttlt Morton.
Yellow ltoes Thelm.t1 I.ludley,
Ah lint lllom. Agues Schuimitiin.
Hed IUiscs Winona Wallace.
Ohidh Kruger, Thelinit Aiiorlmrh,
White lloses Vlolot Lucas, Hde.tn
Wlntor, Mnrfe Davlfou,
T. J. Rvnii and I. Ink McCandless
wjio callers on Starelnry Mott
Smith jestenlay to object In the
proposed method of taking the pleb
lljau objected to thu regulation
lequlrliig each voter lo blgu the pro
Llm.1 voting; list, and both objected
to tho 'names of the precinct vote
Although Berr'tiiry Mott-Binlth
can teu no leul objections to either
of llin piou'diuiti which llio two
politicians doti't like, ho Is willing to
louforin In tln'lr Id" m.
Al. other suggestion iiindn lo tho
ballot Is (lint I lui Hawaiian words
' an" mid "Aolii" tin left nlf llio liul-
I'ljt, but iiji Uiwm wor; aro reiiulted
hi lioMi1ni.iMiiii Mr lllvv tllero I
MMHliWMUf V.lmr " '
and dlrls," ''CnutcH of Crlmo and 1're
cntlon," "Iluc itlonnl rVntures In
tho Tlrst Tweho Years pf tho Child's
Mfe." "Homo, Church, School, Street."
"A Sane fourth of July." "Social l.lfo
In High Schools and Universities,
'Education In Homo Making; Its
l'lure In College Clrrlcultmi," "Tho
Problems of Ilural and Cty Homes,"
"Tralulns Tor CltUcnshlp." "A Na
tional Department of tho Government
for Homo nnd Child." The officers,
founder and ndvlior) council aro as
follows. Mrs. Theodore V Illruey.
founder; Mrs., Trcderlc Sclioff, I'hlla
delpblu, president; Mrs. David O.
,Mcars, Albiin). N. Y.. Ico president;
Mrs. Jefferson I). Olbbs. lXs.Angqles,
Cnl lco president; Mrs. Itogcr 11.
(Continued from rage 1.)
ST. PAUI,, Minn., Juno 21. The
lepubllcnit State convention, hold
hero today, was In full control of the
regulars, who nomli.nted their ticket
;md linssed n strong vote of confi
dence In Picsldaiit Tnft and h? ad
This resolution commended the
President for hie wlso and concilia
tory courto In national u flairs.
uovcrnor Adolph O. Lberhnrdt, w ho
(nrrled tho Suite by :t plurality of
twent) eight thousand lit 1UUK, was
noinli.nted to sucreed himself, tho
Humiliation being unanimous, .
MEXICO EXPECTS TROUBLE.
i:i. PASO, lex., June 2?. All
ilong tho Mexican border, from Cu
nnnea to Cltidad, tho country Is In it
stato of teviilutlnuitr)- fcnnei-t and
thotioops are having great dlfflculty
In Keeping order. On the American
side of the line, American ttoopsuio
held ready to suppress alt) dltorder
that might nrlno In Amerkan terri
tory , ,,,
The Mexican elections tukp plaio
o)i Sunday, ai.d tho popular feeling
apulnst the Diaz ndmlnlstrntlon, him, llicludlng IJuglnters A, T. low
which Is being forcibly rhec.ked and ler. Shindy lllidseye and A, J. Ogle,
prevented from leglstcrlng Itself at' Thoye leaving on the Klnuu are
the polls, may result in n serious
outbreak. On Monday, uru8 that
were hollig smuggled across tho line
Into the border town8 were (Uncov
ered, resulting in the declaring of
WILL COMPLETE WATER
WASHINGTON, U. C. Juno 21.
TJio House tonight passed a bill pro
viding (or the U8uaiuo of lertlfl
cutea for twenty million dollars to
complete tho various government, lr;
rigatlon pioJects now In progtesn
uder the reclamation bureau.' It
Instated that the pafciuge of this bill
li the Semite Is assured,
Tho Senate will vole tomorrow on
tho Postal Savings Hank Hill, one
of tho most Important measures o(
WARSHIPS 00 SOUTH. .
WASHINGTON. I) t, Juno SI, t
Orders wero Irsued (rout tho Nuvy
Department lodit) for the tlrst divi
sion of llio I'm Hie Meet, Including
llio cniUoi's Cillforuln, Coloiiulu,
Pel nsvlviinlii mid Wu.liliiRtiiiij under
coiiimuiid (if liarilnilnil llitrliiir, to
nil fur Valparaiso mf AiiRiisf 1 1, Hi
take part III Hill Chilean loml ceil-
McMullcn, ntauston, III., Ico piesld
cnt; Mrs. James S. Iloltou. New Ha
ven. Ciinii, recording secretary; Mrs.
jJnmes Mrfllll, Washington, rorrespon
ding sccrvtno . Mrs. I.oiiIh k. nilsoti,
Wllnii tto, 111., treasurer. Advisory
Council Colonel Theodora IUxmoU'lt,
J Itobtrt Collyer. I). I)., Now York; Ilcv.
Joslah Strong. New York; Hoger II.
Mc.Mullen, Chicago; Tmlerlc BcholT,
l'lilladelphla; llov David O. Mears,
Albany. I)r Wllllnm l Wilson, Phi
ladelphia. Hon. r.lmer Rllswoith
Drown Wnshlnglon, Dr. Oeorgo II
Mncl.enn, Iowa; Itev. Newijl Dwlght
lllllls, UrtKiklMi; Hon Charles It.
Skinner, New York; Arthur A. lllr
Illrney, Wnshfngton; Oeorgo K. Johu
l'or touio time the local Insurance
ules hitvo been pl.i))ng hide and
cek, and the rate for thu next day
outd not be foretold by the best
and In the business but there fs -n
li -t hope ahead for the residency
owner, as thero seems to bo tho pro.
.ect of a drop In the 'rates in that
divUlan of tho buslncis.
It Is 'claimed that the good supply
of witter hchlnd the Nttuanu dum is
repoiiBlbla far the prospective drop
In tho rates. 'I his, It would seem,
will onl) uppl) In favored section?.
Tho,rntes oil tho houses fronting
King street between Maunake-t (tnd
Kekaullke streets, and on Muuiiakea
between King .tud Hotel streets,
were rulsed to llvo per cent, last
week, almost doubling the previous
rales. Other policies tovcrlng the
other huures In this block cull (or
eight per cent.
However, it drop in rales may be
expected r.oon. So predicts a prouf
Incut lus!irui)cu man of the city.
The majority of the party who
have been making it topographical
survc) of Kauai, are leaving today
for Honolulu,- their labors ended,
and the finishing touches to tho
work here will be added by Chief
Topographer C. II, Jllrdscye and the
tniull party who will remain with
ll. I.. .Mci.onaui, u. it. uavis, vv., u.
li.trrlnger, O. tl, Tajjor;, T. II. Mon
cure and . I.. Lewis, who are ex
petting to take tho Wllhelnilna for
tlnv Coast on June 22 rs
The engineers liuve had a busy
and Interesting six months of It, on
this Island, hut they aro nil, glad to
bo going homo again, and nro luoki
lug forward with tho liveliest antic
ipations to their lettiru journey to
the mainland. Garden Island,
Tho historic, old mansion of Col,
., 8. Spalding, r.t Kenllii, was thp
Mono of it brilliant assemblage last
Satin day night, when Rufua P.
ppiildlng. who has taken his fiilhcr's
pinto iih pu'hldent ot thu Makce
Sugar Company; Miss Oonovlevu
Sleliman from 1'asadeno, and a rep
rcKentutlvu list of Kauai reslilenta
(mm all over Die Uliind enjojed n
Tlie Invitations lead for ill'.h'
thirty p in., ami iliorlly nltei that
Iioiii lliii danclni! begu mid vval
oouiliiueij, wltli Minrt liiimmMniii
uiilll A0aL'pl(!J I" Uj luornliiir.
aiuteuteii. , ., : .
Ambitious men and women to pre
pare (or better positions nnd larg
er salaries. Apply (or list ol
positions to Hnwallan Agency ol
the International Correspondence
School, at 1139 Fort street.
everybody to uso the large nickel
pad (or school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
(or (ho rents, at this office, tt
Second-hand runabout, In good or
der. Apply "Kunabuut," this of
I Clean wiping rags at tho Ilulletln
Japanese CooMng School. I'amlllcs m
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M
Mottle. Wi7 Aitld I-nne. Tel. 1CC4
Expert piano tuner, Itiisilaii; terms
ery cheap. Apply M. CI rune, 88
Merchant street. 4G44-Gt
Mn. Hodfrion, Experienced Teacher
riano auu, singing, jieai meinous;
rapid progress. Thorough train
ing. All ages. Studio, 236 King
street, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Muilo Letioni in Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Resi
dence and Studio, 1G50 Emma St,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union acd Beretania Iti.
Home Coninlting, 8-3 p. m.. It
ardaji excepted. Opera tine, 8-11
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
1 Phone 'SS.
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Clnb Btablei; 10 . m.
to 12 m.; 8 to 5 p. m. Heiidence:
B to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Clnb Stablet, 109; Sei
Idence: 1429 , ,.,,
Eyes Tested Glasses Fitted
ALFRED D. FAIRWEAtHER
Oculists' Prescrlntions Filled
HARRISON I1I.OCK, POUT STREET
Honolulu, T. H.
. No. 1 A
One of the most remarka
ble cameras ever built.
up to 1-1000 of a
PRICE, with Zeiss anastig
Pictures 2isx4V inches.
mat Lens $60
We also have Graflox Cam
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT. NEAR HOTEL
In Coins nnd
Kv - iMdi rwi.
MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA.
Hkln Hiifteicisl Drop itieaxy sulvoa
und uusly inedlelnes That mild
soothing- Iliiiid. I) I) I) Proscription
slops thu uvvful Itch Willi thu llr
drops a iioi'iois prescripiiiiii or lie
.kjiOHK-dKivd valiiiv, (li a ImiUo ut
Motorists nnd others who npprcclalo
rc(rcshlng) beverages to slop at
tho Walpahu Exchango, 10 min
utes' drlro from main Halctwn
road. Toba:coi, ctcj
l"urnlshc(l rooms cool nnd pleasant
In private family. Apply Mrs.
'. L. Schmidt, prop , A I a pal St ,
No. 1038, near King. 4029-lf
furnished houso In Knlmiikl. (or
(our months. Address "M. J ,
this office. 4CI9-6t
Clean furnished rooms; $1.50 week,
60c. night. 1281 Port street.
Two furnished rooms'. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma Ht.
Housekeeping rooms, Cottage Orovn,
Phone 108". 4C80-tr
'rurnlshcd house. Apply 1713 neach
road, , 4G3.j-tr
ROOMS 'AND BOARD..
Cool (urnlsbed rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School BU
Prides moderate. 4460-tr
rirst-class apartments, with board,
The Macdouald, 1402 Punahou.
Special rates (or table board.
Phono 1113. .4041-tf
Neatly (urnlsbed rooms and board,
1CS0 Emma street, opposite Royal
School. Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop.
Nlcely-(urnlihed rooms, (or couples,
tv tl ft linn 1 In nrlttnta 4n tn I W A
" II wvw u, IU JII1IUIC luutn; 4 n-
ply 1306 King street.
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neccs-
ary Id sending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents (or patentee. tf
Remlugton tjpcwrltcr. In .good con
dition." Address "O, A.", Ilul
letln ofllce. 4013-tr
Oasollne launch, two outrigger ca
noes and fish nets (or sale cheap.
Address P. Johnson, llonoullull.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sol'l
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oabu Jlallroad ship
ping book,, at Ilulletln office. U
The Expert Clothes Cleaning Co.
Goods called (or And delivered.
1U7 Tort St., opp. Club Stablos.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothe
called (or and delivered.
Tom Carpenter Plastering, cement
work ot all kinds; sidewalks n
specialty. Lowest possible prlcos.
Residence, 1S34C Emma Place,
Japanese Employment ls4ocktio,
Maunakea near Asst Theater. Call
up phono 697 It you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199, Young Hotel Stand;
Cbaa, Reynolds, r 4640-lt
fat line Kee--Plumber and TUoalth,
Bmlta St., bet. Hotel and Fanakl.
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below King Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
For the Victor Talking
BER0STR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co.
16a Hotel fit. Phone 21B,
"l'or ale" wrtsat Bulifli