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vRVENINO nOLLETm, HONOLULU, T. II.. THURSDAY, .U'NT 30, 1010.
For Good furniture
Foit Street, Opposite Cftthollo Church
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort 8treet
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny lace, by the yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDO.
Exclusive Designs, and Reasonable
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of Hats Cleaned and
No Aoidi Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street Opp. Convent
Honolulu, T H.
YEE CHAN & CO.
licthel and King Streets
Dry Goods Co.
f DRY GOODS
EverjthJne absolutely ,new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
ING CHONG CO
XING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, .Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
for Gift at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
Oil Nuuanu Street
And Cloth or Al Quality Can bo
MO CANDLESS BLDO.
V, 0. Box 801 Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chop Suey up
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop fyCo.
Carpenter. .Al ,fr'H
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Paperhang
ing. No. 1310 LILIHA ST., Cor. Xukui,
, , H. Y0SH1NAGA '
Emma Street, above Bcretania
New BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices. S25 un to
. , $35. without bukei. lleiarng and
--. re.tlring done neatly,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 280
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 180
A Skin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
pR. T. FELIX GOCRAOD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
TIwtimm Tnti. rim,4j
t rrcklfK. . Moth "ichwi
SiMh. in4 Mtlo Mif'i,
toot h ti
mon tew, $n
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Ml C ilmllii
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Mm MM in
Jlf nt trit hat
Ira (ft pMlnitu
fJAnrtittrt' Crrpnt m th iM Mrmrul rt nil th
A In prfMrtfo ' I t Vt b1 drat tint atxt 1 Mtcy
Uoodi D tltra li tfaf Ufittttt MalM, (Mo) ma4 Enrrp
tUILT.hamill Fme.. 37 Gietl Jcnn Slittt Kn.Tr
STAMPED ON ANY
MEANS THE BEST
WE ARE AGENTS SEE THE
PATTERNS COMPARE PRICES
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
tour machine will be, ready for
rou when'we aay it will be. We
lon'f experiment on autos; wt repaJj
Von Hamm - Young
Co., Ltd. . .
ILEXAND3R YODNG BUTLDDfA.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
Chas. R. Fraader
fbrme 371. 122 Kinsr It
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOEROBA BEAN MILLS
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka liana
1129 Fort St
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS,
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Bine up 197.
CIGAR NOW Co
M. A. QUNQT & CO . Agents
"I'ur Daltt" cards ut Uullctln...
q v sly
ONE OF LAST PICTURES OF ROOSEVELT TAKEN
lyiroto try Amrln nw 'A.tiyiuWni.1
r I' . ilSHKr j . rfUrtW!
COI.OXKI, IIO0HKVK1.T AMI Mil (JKOIKJK THKVKl.YAX AT SIUKESI'IIAIIE'S HOJIK.
This iilcturo 'vb tlikijii I" 1:iiRlnnil by n staff pliotoRrapher of the ,iu rlcnn Trcag Association iu Iloojeclt
wa'a lltlng llio homo of aiiakesiipar o with Sir Gcorfio Trovelyau i it &ulilo. .
(Continued from I'ugo 1.)
IN THE GAME
NEW YORK, June 29. All doubt
as to the Intention of former Presi
dent HooDOVclt to actively engage In
NoW York State politics was removed
today, when he made Ills first polit
ical movo slnvo roluriUng from
abroad, sending a telegram to I.loyd
OrUtom, chairman of the Republi
can county committee, urging the
enactment of the Cobb Direct Nom
With this Intimation that ho in.
tends to como to tho support of Gov
ernor lluglicH lu his effort to securo
the passage of tho direct primary
legislation, Mr. Kouioiclt places him
self solidly in tho ranks of tho ro
form section; of tho New York lie
publican party, tho direct primary
bill being opposed by tho machine
and having been defeated by tho ma,
chiue In tho regular session of the
JEFFRIES IS FAVORITE.
RKNO. Nov.. June 29. Charlie
White of New York has been select
cd as tho second roferco for the Jeffries-Johnson
battle on Monday next.
Jeffries Is u favorite In the bet
ting, the odds quoted bolug ten to
seven and a half that ho will win
and even that ho will win befnro the
JOE QANS NEARING END.
PBKSCOTT, ArU., Juno 2-Joe
(luus, the negro 4pugIUt,, onco tho
jlghtwolght ihumplon of tho world,
who was brought hero suffering
with tuberculosis, Is rapidly grow
ing weaker, It is not njepectod that
his death will be long In lomlng.
SENATOR DANIEL IS DEAD.
LYNCHIIUIIO. Vh, Junq 29.
Senator "John W. Daniel, , tho senior
Senator from this State, Is dead. Ilo
was strickon )csterduywltli corebral
hemorrhaga. resultlpg In tutut pa
rallels, procedlug death.
DB VANEY In Honolulu. June 29.
nt the Queen's- Hospital, Arthur
51. Do Vauny, aged 28 ears,
IIHANDT In Honolulu, June 29, I"
the wit,) of 1'. Ilruiidl, ii ilnugliloi.
N'ow lint meat ti lint Is itcrusi'd of
trliiK l corner lht butter mnrket
Hound to get niir Koat, It seems,
SprlngllttlU Union. ' '
AND THE CAMERA CAUGHT
WITH A GROUCH. 4
Short Stories For
HIS ASSISTED CALL
Jllllngs has a constitutional, In-
grained nnd deep-seated aversion to
making formal calls. If It werejilg
gct'.eJ to blm, for Instance, that ho
drop In nud see tho Smltbrhofould
do so delightedly but mention the
fact that It is time for him to pay a
dinner or dance call nnd ho gathqrs
himself together und runs llko tho
It was Just tho uther night that
Jllllngs u ml Ilwiv, ...u girl ho likes
best, while out for n moonlight
stroll, passed a largo apartment
building which Jllllngs recognised,
llu whistled mournfully.
"Joe!" he said. "I'd forgotten
all about that! Some friends or
mine, the Murker, live hero and 1
went to n large dinner party they
gave fully three months ago. I've
never hou near them since.'"
"Archibald Jllllngs!" cried the
joung 'woman In horror. "Ho ou
mean to say )ou'vo neicr puld your
dinner call? Co, pay It now aiiij
I'll sit on the, curbstono and wait."
"No," said Jllllngs, lrtuounly,
"thut wouldn't be polite. I refuse
to leavo )ou!"
Then Uoso grubbed his slcevo ex
citedly nnd halted him. "Listen!"
she said. "I have n perfectly spleii
did plan, You ought to be thank.
fill ou hae Intelligent friends to
think for ou. Maba they're not nt
home, nud jou cuu Just leave, your
card In their letter-box und do your
duty without any dlstructlon to our
Bclf or interruption of our walk."
"Thnt sounds pleusunt," Jllllngs
admitted; "bur will ou kindly sug
gest how I urn to usrertuin It the
llarl.eis arc ut home? Am I to call
tip tho speaking tube and nsk Dar
ker It he's lu, murmuring m con
sternutlou It he replies that ho Is?
Or would It be better to amend tho
Ure-eicupo and look in at the parlor
"Don't bo silly," said .the oung
woman. "Of cnittee, they Know your
voice. That's where I come In. I'll
call up tho tube, uud If aii)ono an
swers, I'll auk If they can toll ino
)t the Montmorency Drowns lhe any
whero In the building. Of course
they don't; und vl'lt npologlie, and
we'll lice. If thoy don't answer, In
goes sour culling card."
"Say, jou'ro Blmply wonderful!"
Jllllngs wild, admiringly. "Ynu ought
In lm In the diplomatic neivlie Do
ion rmilly think we could niauiige
1'or unswer elm led the wny Into
Ihn aputtiiinnt hnusn enlranre "I
Ihliik,' khe inunimri'il, "this is a per
feetl) linelj inheiitnio. Nolioil)'
fcvlliiiis will Lv Imit. iKriiTiFuTw'lII
bo done, jou escape u call, nnd yet
tho Uarkers will think jou are n per
fctt gentleman. Here goes!"
Phu rang (he bell and Inclined her
ear o the speaking tube nnd Just
then the outer door opened nnu a
"Why, hello, Jllllngs!" cried tne
"Hello, Darker!" said Jllllngs,
chokingly. "(iood evening, Mrs.
"How fortunate we should have
arrived Just when wo did!" cried
Mrs, Darker. "You hadn't had time
to tlud wo were out, lind you?"
Sliecjed tho oung woman at the
speaking tube with' curiosity. It
was then that Jllllngs took tho
plunge. "No," ho said, llrmly. "I
had Just como lu. This young ady
was uhead of mo at jour bell." Ho
sim'cjcil Hose with the polite and
admlijng nloofness for n stranger
viewing u pretty girl for tho first
Then ftoso grandly tell lu line. She
accorded Jllllngs merely tho faintest
Dicker of un eyelash. "I'm hunting
for tho Moutmorency Urawni," she
told the Darkcrs. "1 must have made
a mistake In the uumhor I was try.
Ing to tce If anyone In the building
knew If they lived bore."
"There'so nobody named Drown In
the building." snld Darker.
"Hcully," murmured Hose. "Thank
jou ro much. Pardon mo for troub.
With u slight bow nnd smllo she
lloated out of the door, leaving Jll
llngs to Ills friends and his fate.
Ho hud un awful evening und now
the Darkors tell everyone that Jll
llngs (urtululy Is on the verge of n
nervous breakdown. "Ho called on
us icu'iitly," they say, "and 'really
his conveisatlon was senrrely coher
ent," In tlnie Hose may relent toward
him, but nt present she is sternly
grilling him for allowing her to go
home alone Sho sus Jllllngs should
have managed It better somehow,
and tout's why Jllllngs, gets mud und
savs women are Illogical.
A SUQQESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested that cciema suffer
ers ask tho Honolulu Drug Co., of this
city what reports ho Is getting from
tho patients who have used tho oil of
wlntcrgreen liquid compound, D I), I),
Tim Harvard student who Is liv
ing on oiin dollar u week will not lm
In danger of crowding bis Jumri, or
feel lliu necasMilv for uiltlnii ii nliv-
Wanted by wholesale house, young
man, nge 18 to 20, living with
parents; nccuratc nt figures, with
good, knowledge of typewriting.
Appfy In own handwriting. Ad
dress "mil Clerk," Iltillctln offlcc.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring vse.
Two hundred shcetB of good paper
for flye cents, at this ofllce. tt
Second-hand runabout, lu good or
der. Apply "Ilunabout," this of.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M,
Matito. H57 AuldLnne. Tel. 1664.
t'earl stickpin. Owner call at llullc.
tin office and prove property.
TaptnrM Employment AuociitioB,
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phone 097 It you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
Private Instruction In bookkeeping
by expert nrcounlnntt terms rea
sonable. For particulars apply J.
Ilflttersby, ltoom 11, Wnlklkl Inn.
For hire, seven-seated Packard!
phone J 99. Young Hotel Stand;
Cats. Reynolds. 4C40-M
fee War Kee-Plumber nd Tiaimltk
Bmlth 8U bet. Hotel Vad PsakklF
Mrs. Hodgson, Experienced Teacher
Piano and Singing, Dest methods;
rapid progress. Thorough" train
ing. All ages. Studio, 236 King
street, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons in Bin
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc,
dence and Studio, 1550 Emma Bt.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Comer Union and Beretuift Itt.
House Consulting;. 2-3 . .. lat
ordajri excepted. OptntiBf, 8-11
a. m., 8-6 ). m.
A. E. BOWAT. D. Y. S.
HOURS Clnb Stables: 10 a. a.
to 12 at.; 3 to 5 p. m. RMidtaoat
8 to 10 a. a.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Clnb Stable, 100; Re
The "Autotime" scale for
kodaks and cameras. Instead
of a complicated scale of fig
ures usually Riven on cam
eras, this scale tells you what
stop and what speed to use
under Varying conditions of
Price $1.00 v
Photo .Supply Co.,
PORT, HEAR HOTEL ST.
Bachj Block. Port and Bcretania Sts
Fine furnished rooms, II per da)
$10 and upwards per month. Eplen
MRS. a A. BLAISOELL. F .
llrst-Clais Famllr Hotrl
Best Bathinu' on (he Beach
W, 0, BER0IN, Prop.
Furnished room nt beach. Mosquito
proof; finest of bathing; bath and
shower; largo lanal. Terms rea
sonable. Inquire nt the Curio Den,
opposlto Convent. 4660.IH
Furnished rooms cool and pleasant
In prlate tacitly.. Apply Mrs.
F. I.. Schmidt, prop., Afapal St , a
No. 1038, near King. 4029-tf
In Knlmukl. for
Address "M. J.".
Clenh furnished rooms; S1.60 week.
SOc. night, 1281 Fort street.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1221 Emma lit.
Housekeeping rooms, Cottage Drove;
Phono 1087. 4GS0-M
Furnished house. Apply 1713 Uracil
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Col furnished room and cottage,
with or without board. 1614
Nuuanu Ave., near Bchool St.
Prices moderate. 44RO-U
First-class apartments, with board,
The Mncdonald, 1402 Punahou.
Speclnl rates for tablo board.
Phone 1113. 4641-tt
Neatly furnished rooms and board,
15C0 Emma street, opposite Royal
School, Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop.
NIcely-turnlshed rooms, for couples,
with board. In private family. Ap-'
ply 130C King "trcit. 4624-tf
Refreshing ItQtilds for hot. thirsty,
motorists on tlielr way to Ewa,'
Hnlelwa, etc. Walpahu Ezchauga
ten minutes' run from the main
The Transo envelope a tlme-savlOI
Invention. No addressing neces
sary in sending out bills or r
celpta. Bulletin Publishing Co.",
sole agenta for patentee. 'tt
At a bargain, n lot on Fort street,
1150 sq. ft., with threo houses In
good condition. Inquire 1916
Remington typewriter, In good con
dition. Address "O. W. A.", Bul
letin office. 40I3-tf
fJaioUne launch, two outrigger ca
noes and Ash nets for sale cheap.
Address F. Johnson, Honoullull.
Russian somovar(tea machine). In
quire. 82 Merchant. Martin rjrune.
Olatdonds and Jewelry bought, sold
ana) exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
Inter-Island atid Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office, tl
The Expert Clothes Cleaning Co.
Good called for and delivered.
1127 Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
Cty Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ha
soplc Temple, Alakea 8t. Clothes
ca)Ied for and delivered.
Tom Carpenter Plastering, cement
work of all kinds; sidewalks a
specialty. Lowest possible prices.
Residence, 1234C Emma Plsce,
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below Kins; Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
t r -? '-vt
For the Victor Talking
BEROSTR0M MUSIQ CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piauo Co.
100 Jlotel St, Phone 218.
185 tdltorlsl rooms-5(j pul.
nese officf. Tlnu are tbt tslephone
numpiri of the Bulletin ofnc,
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