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EVENING rtUM.ETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY. BEPT. 2, 1916.
and every precaution
taken to insure abso
MILK Wxa A QUART
Fort Street, Opposite Catholio Church
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
, V O'R T ST, R.EET
New Fall Millinery "
' MISS TOWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT. CLEANERS.
All Kindt of flats Cleaned and
Ho Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1164 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
Orders Taken for
i MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS WOODWARD Fort Street
TEE CHAN & 0 0.
Bethel and King Streets
Always Something New at,
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks and Gents'
Jbumishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc,
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ea Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
.. KING ST- NEAR BETIIEL
,r, Dealers, in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
f for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St.,, Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
Oil Nuuanu Street Phone 1020
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be .
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
T. 0, Box 001 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Papcrhang-
No. 1310 LILIHA'ST., Cor. Kukui,
r.mma Street, nhoye llcrrtaula
New UJ0Y0LV.S nnlvt'd for racing
lid general inc. l'llcci, $25 up (o
$38. without hriikrt. Nepali lug mid
rc'tiiliiK "lone neatly.
of the latest produc
tions of the best Amer
ican factories such as
is pleasing and will
s)and the test of the
most exacting is ar
riving by nearly every
113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing
Your machine will be ready foi
i on when we say it will be. Wc
ion't experiment ou autos; wi repair
Von liamm - Young
Co., Ltd. .
ALEXANDER YOUNG BU1LDIH8.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
IMPORTED nnd ISLAND
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
Clios. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
For the Best SODAS, GINUER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
HAWAIIAN BODA WORKS
llluuk book ut uii ui" ,Ultfl,
fin, iimiiufni'hire.l by II. u II u 1 1 u 1 1 P
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit opposite Hold St. Fr.ncll
European Plan S1.E0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
ings cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldlstrlct. On car lines trans
ferrlngalloverdty. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Tiawets." ABC Code.
The drink of those who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
Made by P. Loopuyt & Co., in
Scl' cdam, Holland.
Delivered to any part of the city.
PRICE,. $2.00 A BOTTLE
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Streets
AFTER the moving
drop into the CRI
TERION for a cold
glass of beer served
as only the CRI
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. A. PEACOCK Prop.
FOR A FEW DAYS AND RENEW
YOUR ENERGY. SERVICE AND
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach.
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Flue furnlsncu rooms, si per nay
110 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. C. Ar BLAIS2ELL. Pros.
Cream Pure Rye
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wst.
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kmvrtlo Tolfiliniiti 1128
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KANSAS CITY. Mo., Sept . 1
Colonel Iloosevelt today spoke to ft
crowd numbering more than eight
een thousand. He mentioned polit
ical corruption In New York State,
Missouri, Illinois and Callfornnl,
nnd urged tho people to rontlnue
their light against crookedness In
Colonel Roosevelt said It was tho
duty ot the people lo make war with
equal Btornncsi( unci determination
against the corrupt man ot wealth
and the small man who makes a
trndo of corruption,
DID NOT SMUGGLE JEWELRY.
NKW YOIIK, Sept. 1. Mrs. Hey
nolds Adrlance, who was arrested
Augtut 28 on a cliaige of smug
gling $115,000 worth of Jewelry Into
this port, today was proved not
guilty us to tho Jewelry. It was
proved that the Jewelry was not pur
chased abroad. Tho property was
returned .to Its owner. Mrs. Adrl
ance Is still held on ball pending
her trial on n charge of smuggling
u $0000 necklace and a hat
NEW YORY'S POPULATION.
WASHINGTON. I). C. Sept. 1.
The. census returns show that New
York city has n population ot 4,-
7G,883. Tho population In 1900
was 3,437,202; In 1905, 4,014,304,
It Is tho second city In tho world,
This year the population of London
Is estimated at 7.537,190, including
BIRTH IN HYDE FAMILY.
KANSAS CITV, Mo., Sept 2.
Mrs. II. Clark Hydo, wlfo of tho
phvBlclnii convicted of poisoning her
father. Mllllonnlro Swopc, gave birth
to it son tonight. The child died
four hours after birth. Dr. Hyde
was present. Tho condition of MrB.
Hyde Is serious.
KAISER CUP FOR SINOERS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sopt. 1. Tho
Pacific Saengerfcst, with six hun
dred voices participating, opened to
day' and will lust three days. On
Sunday the best singers wilt com.
pete for u cup given by- William It.,
tho (iennnn Kmpcror.
FIRE THREATENS MAINLAND
CAItSON CITY. Nev., Sept. 1.
Forest fires have reached .Lake Ta
boo and are. within n quarter or n
mllo ot the town of Ulenlirook.
CURTISS MAKES ANOTHER
CLEVELAND, Sept. l. r.ion uur
tlBH today completed a 120-mllo trip
over water. Tho flight whs from
Cedar Point to Kucllil lleach. nnd
beat tho world's record fpr fl)Ing
AKItOPLANK (KS TO
AID OF IIALI.OO.MST
ABIU'RY PAItK, N. J., August IS,
Johnstone, a Wright aviator, collided
with an automobile and damaged his
now experimental hiplumi In the uvl
utlon meet here today. Arclilo lloxsey,
another Wright pupil, abandoned un
attempt for u new worlds altitude
record lo hover about u balloon In
distress half u mllo up; and Walter
Ilrooklns, Ills faco swathed In ban
dages, left tho ground for the' Irst
tlmo slnco his accident of lust jvceK.
Johnstono bus been used to landing
on skids, and, misjudging tho distance
his new machine, equipped with
wheels, would run, dashed Into an
automobile op the edge of the aero
drome. Ilroken guy wires and sup
ports were tho only damage.
lloxsey had readied u height of
more than 2000 feet when "Jlmmle"
Fleming got Into trouble with tho
knife-pull that' should have freed his
purnchutu from tho hot air balloon
l)farlng him nloft. Ills dllllqultles
were obvloUH to the crowd, who ex
pected to see him dushed to earth at
any moment. ' lloxsey ulso saw his
trouble ami halted his ascent to
circle above him, Tho balloon slow
ly drifted away, Fleming still strug
gling with the knife-pull, and finally
rode his balloon to earth some thrrq
miles distant from tho aerodrome
lloxsey suw him sitfo to earth uml
people or open blind liavllllf
llriKbt h )siukii oi having fllxiul-.
tvlui have I'll n lii'iii u( wmii'lhlUK In
HimIi advuiniiKu K Hi'' "I" ""II "I
our slum llulpfill illt'l IUI lltu,
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5I1T STORIES FOR
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"When I wob In Home," began the
returned traveler, "I saw"
"I don't care what you saw," Inter
rupted tho pcovlsh man. "It would tie
Impossible for you to see anything In
Home that would be of Interest to nic.
A lot of Jays w nt abroad last summer
nnd every time they meet me they be
gin telling me of the strange manners
nnd customs of the Dynks, or the ruin
ed temples of (Irccce, or the noble cu-
thedruls In Tlmbiictoo. I hove stood
It as long as I am going to and tho
next mnn who tries to tell me about
his thrilling adventures In tho Pyre
nees of his hairbreadth escapes on the
Ganges Is going to get hurt In ns
many places ns I enn hit him.
"Thero ought to bo n law provid
ing pains nnd penalties for those .who
go to some foreign country nnd then
come home and bore their friends tell
ing about tho things they saw and
"I-ong ago, when people went ncross
the sea In sailing ships and had hnnd-to-lmnd
conflicts with pirates nnd sen
lions nnd whales and other monsters
of the deep, It was something of u dis
tinction to huvc been abroad, nnd u
man who hod made the Journey could
not be blamed If he spent the rest of
his life telling about It In fact, I can
easily Imagine, that people urged him
to repeat his tale over nnd over again.
Hut times have changed to such an
extent that the distinguished man of
tho present day Is the one who has
never been abroad.
"I am such a celebrity. I have never
pushed myself over tho Alps. I never
want to see the Alps As compnred
with our own Hocky Mountains they
nro cheap, made-ln-flermuny affairs,
and 1 couldn't look at them without
thinking of the bargain counter In
Simpson's department store. I be
lieve In patronizing home Industries.
If a man Is suffering to see mountains,
let him eo to C'olorudo, vvhero he II
find the real goods, with tho letters
'U. S.' blown In the glass
"A man crosses somo onc-horso
ocean or other und when ho comes
home ho tries to leave tho Impression
that nnturo got up u Bpcclal program
for his benefit. Kvery thing that ever
happened at sea was featured for his
entertainment. He saw wntcrspouta
und sen serpent and Icebergs. I
know old captains who have been fol
lowing tho so.i for n hundred yearn
or more, and they nover Bnw half tho
marvels that ono lnndsman will wlti
ness In n trip from Sandy llbok to
"A couple of hours ago my next-i
door neighbor called nnd talked for a
while, lie had been driving over the
country with a teum of horses, nnd he)
kept cases ou the crops as he went;
along. He wns fairly loaded to the!
hatbtlm with useful Information con
cerning the condition of tho wheat;
nnd corn crops. Ho brought samples!
of corn and wheat tlmt ho pulled up1
In tho Holds I never listened to a
more Interesting or Instructive ills
course than Ills, und 1 hated to sco
him go. Now, that man's traveling
wns worth while, and wherever ho
coes he'll find an attentive audience.
Contrast his story with the yarn that;
joit nrn suffering to spring.
"You want to tell mo how you vis-.
Itcd the Qulrlnut and cavorted ulongj
the Applan Wuy, and carved your
name on ono of tho stones In the,
Collsseum. It I let you tell your
besotted tale, you would do It In a
wny that would Jur every nerve In
me, und lead me to porsonnt vio
lence. That's the worst thing ubout you
fellows who havo been abroad. Yo.i
cun't tell your jpxpcrlcnco humbly and
apologetically, us becomes icoplo who
havo wasted a lot of valuable tlmo
und money. You look us Important ns
though you had discovered a continent
or Invented an utrshlp, uud all you
have dono Is to see n lot ot shelf-worn
cathedrals und second-hand volcanoes,
which have been seen by millions ot
"rubbernecks before you.
"If a man ever returns from abroad
and then refuses to suy u word ubout
It, ho'll bo ns iwpular ns my friend
Theodore, nnd overybody will sign u
petition asking htm to run fur tho
presidency. Meunwhlle I urn going to
buy two brindlu dogs and u shotgun
for my personal protection." Chicago
GETS INTO RACE
WASHINGTON, Aug 10 Tlmt Col
onel Theodoru Itoosuvclt Is now uwuro
that ho will buvo to bo a candidal!)
of tli" Itepubllcau party In 1912 and
Is preparing for that contingency Is
tho bullet of Homo of tho men who
urn dliectlug the present llepubllcuii
It is flatly declared thut ltooc veil's
knirwledgii that I lie nomination will
hi forced on him Is lln I en I liiiillvn
luck of I ho iMtdlidid vwwli'lll trill
Uml hi' Ik planning in begin at t'lmy
iilii lloiiM'Vi'll will nisei mo wnnli
I'lirlllr maul I In vvl)l lillikii speei'lins
III half u stum of slnliHt Ills lli'lid
Will 10 Sllullgl)' plOtfTkWllU. l !"
wtmS' iSKsnyw ww
WANTED A WIPE Must havo lots
of money, and know how to cook
Ibts of good things to cat Ap
plicant call In person, Ilaby
IHIss." world's futtfrst boy, good
natured, Jolly and fat, weight,
fi96 pounds; age, IS years. Now
on exhibition, Aloha Park, Hotel
WANTED A llUSIIAND Must lf
tall und slender nnd have extreme
ly long arms. Applicant call In
person, "Jolly Trlxle," world's fat
test girl; good looking, Jolly and
fat; weight, C8C pounds; age, 22
years. Now on exhibition, Aloha
Park, Hotel street.
Young man, stenographer nnd col
lector. Must bo energetic. Atner
lean or Herman preferred. Ad
dress, slating age nnd salary ex
pected, "Collector." Ilulletln of
Everybody to know that tho Wat-
pahu Exchange lias the best liq
uors and tobaccos at Honolulu
prices. Ten minutes' run from
main road to'Evvtti
Everybody to uso the targe nickel
pad. for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets ot good paper
for flvn cents, at this fflce. tt
Have your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Port St., opp.
Club Stables. Best workmanship;
no acids used. 4569-tf
To buy a large outrigger canoe. Ap.
ply Sergl. llahel, Port De Ilnnsy.'
To buy well-bred Jersey cows,
dress "Jersey," this office.
An) thing of value bought for cash.
Address or crll 1117 Fort street.
Clean wiping rags at the Dullettn
Position by a young lady who has
Just llnlBhed a courso In stendfcra
phy and bookkeeping. Address
"Stenographer." this office.
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels. supplied with cooks. J. m.
Matxle. 1467 Auld Lane. Tel. 16C4.
Strayed from paBluro on Wilder nve
nue, a Jersey bull branded with
"It" on leg. Flndor return to
1445 Kecaumoku St.; phone' 2340
Silver bangle. Owner enn have samo
by proving property and paying
for. this ad. 4710-31
Japanese Employment' Association,
Maunakea near Aasl Tttiater. Call
un Phone 2C97 Is you want a
cook, good boy or servahts.
lleves tho real sentiment of the coun
try Is progressive und that none but
a progressive candidate has a chanco
for election In 1012. '
Thero is no doubt that Iloosevelt Is
aware that most of the states of the
west will send large delegations to
tho convention of 1912 pledged to voto
for him ns a candldntc. There Is
equally no doubt, according to somo
of tho Republican leaders, that he is
aware that tho mention of his name
In tho convention will sweep tho dele
gation like a forest fire.
"Thero is only one wny that Iloose
velt can prevent his nomination," said
ono of the Republican leaders to
duy, "nnd that Is to work steadily for
two years to turn tho current of pop-,
ular approval in tho direction of Mr.)
Tall Bo tar no uus not uono huh,
nnd In going intu thn west to make
political Bpeeches Colonel HAosevolt
knows that ho Is making his nomina
tion n surety. "
"Presidential elections nrn not won
In a few months. Tho events that will
.determine whether the next presMnnt
shall be Itepubllcau or Democitle
oro now being shaped. Mr. Room
may have assurances from Mr. Tuft
that ho tTaft) will not try for re
nomlnntlon. At any rate, taking It
for granted that Roosevelt will be
nominated, his western trip Is u big
step toward l)ls election.
"Thn next presidential campaign
will hn it hard one. .Should (luynor
bo it Dcmocrutlo candidate, us now
hermit likely, It will take a man of the
Iloosevelt stuturi In fact no other
man but Roosevelt liliiuelt lo liniuro
u Itepubllcau victory, and Roosevelt
wnnlK u llepubllcau victory There l
his parly.. and he Is now making nurn
mi ihiiibl Hull he would run In Have
Hint olio member of llial parly nl leuxl
will bo pri'tty hiun of eliTllnii if iiiiuii.
1 1 ii I i'd
"I'ur Hal" nurds t llullflllu,
ths UulUtln olflcs,
Elegant new furnished nnd unfur
nished cottages at Wnlklkl lleach.
Good bathing ond boating Crcs
saty's, 2011 Kalla road tnext to
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
0. McConnell, 1223 Emms B.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Till: I.KLAND," 027 llcrctanla ave
nue Mosqulto-proof lnnnl rooms,
with or without board Ever thing
modern, moderate prices Central
' location. Phono 130S. Mrs. II.
Dlnklagc, prop, 4711-tt
Cool furnishes rooms nnd cottages,
with board. 1G3I Nuuanu Ave,
near School St. Prices moderate.
rbe Transo enre'ope a time-saving
Invention. No addrmalug neces
sary in sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sola agents for patentee. tf
One No. 1 ttansome concrete mixer
No. L-22C (new), complotn, with
'trucks, etc II. S. dray, C32 Fori
street; P. O. ltox S49.
Thrco-year-old saddle pony. 1. ().
Hammnn'H narnos.1 shop, Itlchnrds
and Merchant streets.
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort 8t.
P. O. llox 404. 4633-H
tnter-Ialand'and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Eulletin office. tl
Two pointer dogs. Telephone 1308.
Around tho Island, four or moro paB
sengers, 0 each. Independent
Auto Stnnd. Speclnl rates by tho
hour. Phone 2G09. 4C77-U
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 2.r.lt. Young Hotel Stand;
Chaa. Reynolds. 4040-tt
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple. Alakea St. Clothes
called for and delivered.
All kinds of laborers furnished; Ilus
slan society. Address Gohn Pho
nllclieo, general delivery.
Fee line Kee-Plnmber and Tinimltk,
Bnma hi., net. noiei sua nuui,
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. N0TTAGE. .-. 0 to 11 and 1 to 3
DR. ROGERS,. . 11 to land a too
Sundays 0 to 11
Other Hours by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN '
Fort Street Harrison Block
175 BERETANIA STREET
Phone 1733 ,
WE RENT PIANOS
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD,
AND OTHER PHN0S
Thnyoi' Piano Co.
160 Hotel St, Phone 2313
I , T1ININ0 GUARANTEED
lili'l-luni slid I) II l tltpi'lli
honks for tula at Ihj llulldtlu
otDi'tf, Qo each.