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EVENING niU.t.RTJN, HONOLULU, T. tt., TUKSIMY SEPT. IT. 1910
MIRclHBiHHHiPF iBP" ? tT u nr
Ii Good, but
Wo, linvn the latter, who
will thoroughly understand
your watch when It nhnuld
refuse In go.
113 HOTEL STREET
J.. LI MHJ..U "
Supplies & Repairing
Yonr machine will be ready for
yon when we say it will be. We
don't, experiment cu autos; we repair
Von liamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
PIERCE. ARROW MOTOR -CYCLE
R. C. AXTELL
Sole Agent 1048 Alakea Street
"The llest-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. W. KERSHHES
Auto' Tire Repairing
1177 Alnken St.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND FOR
The BICYCLE DEALER jmi
PAIRER, has moved, to
180 KING STREET
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
! Emma Street, above Beretanla
Hew BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices, $25 up to
$35, without brakes. Repairing and
i-e-tirine done neatly.
Contractor for Building. Stone and
Cemen Work. Tainting, Paperhang-
NoVlSlfl LIT.mA ST,, for. Kuknl,
San Francisco Hotels
Oeary Street, above Union Squire
Juil erpoilu Hottl SI. Frinclt
European Plan SI .60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a da; up
Steel and brick structure, f urnlih
lnEcot $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Centerof theatre
andretall district. Oncarllnestrans.
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
TAKE A TWO-DAY TEN-DOLLAR
(AND TIIE PINEAPPLE COUNTRY
First-Class Familv, Hotel
Rett Bathing on the Beacb
W. 0. BEROIN. Troo.
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sti.
fine lurnisiieu rooms, si per day
110 and upwards per month. Hplen-
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Pron.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
For the Best SODAS, GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ry croft's Fountain
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka liana
Th2 New Phone Number
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuann Streets
Orders Taken for
MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS. WOODWARD. ,. . . .Fort Street
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market ,
HENRY MAY & CO.
FOR YOUR GR0CERD3S, SEE j
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
93-05 King Street, near Mannakea
Phone 2291 Daily Delivery
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
stsi - -- .rml Intn the lioni and
term Into the liomn and
r a xlllt tnrnse. la
dtitruitn of vruwrtr
HRatsn!! Roach PsU
lDI$tMtnlc, ciwkrorhM .C4.il vor-
inun, ii ia wurr turn iron
it ilr Ives tlirn) out of the t6ud
idle. Money tmcUU It falll
kdrwiftflfU ot ! liftr.M 9 tftll4
on r-,l.t,l it,, r -
Slum' tllllrtC hill C . tMllt,nl.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Chnrch
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
are conflicted in connection with
the Rcady-to.Wcar Department.
Mrs. F. ,S. Zeave, Modiste.
. 07-68 Young Building
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
Ho Acids Used. . Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honoluln. T. H.
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Streets
Kam Chodg Co,
Comer Fort and Beretania
Always Something New at
YAT hing store
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks tnd Gents'
Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., eto. All kinds of XOA and MIS
SION, FURNITURE made to order,
for Gifts at.
Wing On Chong's,,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel,
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
941 Nuuanu' Street Phone 1020
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO CANDLESS BLDO.
P. 0. Box 001 Telephone 1731
Heat, Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop&Cos
A special carrier is at the Bul
letin oflicc every evening after
5:30 p, m to deliver the Bulle
tin to subscribers who fail to re
colve it from the regular carrier.
Telephone 2250 and paper will bt
2185 editorial room 2250
biiklui'KH nfllrc, TIicm' lire the tele
phone niiiiiliiri of Ihe II it 1 1 1' 1 1 li,
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WASHINGTON. . C Sent. 2fi -
The War Department todn decided
to assign i brlRadlcr-gcnornl lo com
innud Iho rcciilar troons Ih Hnwnll
null fin in nut of tiie Islands n separate
Secretary of War Dickinson, now
touring tlio Orient, Is greatly roion.
Iilo for the Important elinn-. his re
view of defonro work on Onhti while
on Ills tour liming great effect hore.
Tlio icport of General Ilnrry form the
basis for the change.
The department has not vet decid
ed on the commnmtcr of Iho Hawaii
Division. A derision Is expected soon
ninl It l further thought that the
general assigned will reach his now
post before, the end of the vear to
inko up his duties.
I'nlll such time as ho arrives, the
division will remain under Hie com
mand of Ilrlgaillcrdcncrnl T II. Illlss,
In command of tlio Department of Cal
ifornia. PACIFIC COAST
SAN DIEGO, Kept. 21!. The San
Diego Chamber of Commorce has for
mally endorsed tlio plan to call n
Pacific Coast confereneo to meet In
this city to discuss Iho military and
naval protection of tlio western coast
T.ho demand of tho Pacific State
that the government maintain n bat
tleship fleet In tho Pacific equal to
that In tho Atlantic will be crystal
lized and Congress urged to take the
The proposed convention has been
suggested and endorsed for tho juir
jkiso of giving formal expression to
the protests of tlio Western Stales
regarding tho lax defense which, the
government has seen fit to hesotf on
Hip Pacific side of the continent.
Tho'so protests, which have been mode
on frequent occasions and from a va
rtetyof sources, have hitherto had no
effect on tho national lawmakers, nhfl
ir is unpen tnat concerlcil action on
tho part of the Pnelfle Stoles will
bring nlirmt the desired results,
Tho Honolulu mercantile bodies
will he asked to send delegates to the
convention and will bo given on lm
portont parUIn the convention owing
to Hawaii's outlying mihIIoii,
GAYNOR DOESN'T WANT
NEW YORK'S GOVERNORSHIP
NEW YORK, Sept. 2fi. Mayor
(Siiynnr, now well recovered from the
wounds ho received at tho hands of a
would-ho assassin, Issued an authori
tative statement today to the offpet
that he would not accept the Demo
cratic nomination as n candidate for
(Inveriior of New York State. Tho
statement Is considered as clearing
iiji oiio point In (ho still uncertain
Democratic politics of the State, but
does not withdraw fiayuor's domi
nating personality from the light
notwithstanding his refusal.
ERECT MONUMENT TO
GROCE AND CNNOrf
nilANADA, Nlr., Sept. 2d, Tho
Kstrnda government has decided to
take the bodies of Oroce and Cannon.
the two Americans who fell beforo
firing squads In the ato revolution
to the United States for burial. In
tftl.on of their Important t.ervlres, to
tho government which now controls
tho destinies of tho little Centra)
American State and of their death' at
tho hands of executioners, the gov
eminent will erect n worthy monu
ment to their memory.
PRK1.NO, Sept. 21'.. Secretary of
Wnr Dickinson and lils-nfdc-de-camp,
llrlgadler-Ooneal KdwanU, today re
viewed tho Imperial Chlucso regi
ments stationed In the capital,. To
gether with hla party, the Secretary
left tonight ovfir. tho Tnmsslperlun
Hallway for Moscow, complotlng
thoir tour of tho Orient and com
nienclng their homoward-boitnd Jour.
WILL CHECK CHOLERA.
RO.MK, Sept. 2fi, KIib Ktnmnn:
iiel and his caiilnei neiu long con
situation heie today on the unarming
cholera vltuatlon and deliberated on
measures to check the. fast-spreading
plague. It Is considered necessary
Hint heroic measures he mado to hnlt
tlio march of the disease, which Is
entering " districts dally and still
Increasing In those towns and prov
inces already suffering.
Weekly II u 1 1 e 1 1 11 l per )ear,
tt It It II tl it t! It II II II II It It It II II
l SIIOhT STORIES FOIt H
: EYiMH ii
ft ft ft it it ii it tt.tt tt it ii it ti ti H Ii
l.llllf. Ilrnlher's Slorj.
.Mnthor,, ntid Mnriorlr'a been wink
ing for two months over this wedding.
fott',.lt' ull over before 10 o'clock!
That's quick, Isn't II, niter such n htg
lot of work?
"I'liihlnklng I, won't hntc tuiivh of
n sort snap tomorrow, you rtiow
that 'confetti won't sweeji up Just ordi
nary. It's got In V picked up, every
bit of It separate. I'm dead mire that
Job'll bo stuck on me In the morning.
(leu!, I'm glad most of the confetti's
out on tho porch instead of In on the
"Those folks llvln next door nrqn t
in the habit of slttln' outside nights.
Ilutvd'you see them tonight? Porch
Just packed full's can be!
"uiiess we'll miss Marjorle nil
right. At first we'll Just think shtt's
away vlsltln' somewhere, but soqn
we'll get it straight Into our heads
that she's gone. Then we'll miss her
good. We'll miss her from the table.
She always cut the pie so big,
"Do you know what mother's goln'
to do wlili, all that linen on the stairs
tonight? She's going to cut It mi Info
dish' towels. We'll' have n lot, won't
wo? We won't hnve to wnslt "em out
nfter every meal any more! Oeol
Don't, you hate to wash dish towels?
They always smell so smelly.
I guess mother s good and tired to
night. I wonder, If those, caterer men
wl go and leave everything, nil muss
ed up, I hope they won'U dee! If
they, do mother'!! be up , straightening
things early In the mqrnlng, and wake
us Hills up' to heli; herl
"Don't you wish flowers didn't
wither so quick? They cost such nn
nwful lot! Ilenus, though, weren't
they? Daddy Bays ho don't see iow
bo's ever goln' to pay for everything.
'I don't sen why folks don't use hat
flowers, anyway you know tho kind
of stuff I mean.
"That was n swell sermon the min
ister preached over Jim nnd Mar
jorle, wasn't It? Nearly as good us
to n funeral. I never wns nt a funer
al, but yon know how they nre.
"Mother said beforo nil the cople
enme thnt It bad to be n hojipy, smil
ing wedding or none! f)ho''sald If nny
hody cried they'd be put straight out.
Murjorld ohl she Just khew some
body'd bo sure to cry. Gee! I want
ed to cry when the minister begat)
and 1 guess 1 would only 1 saw moth
er's eye on me! '
"MarJ nevor expected to see Miss
Hughes tonight., She eloped 'nd then
she got back hero In time .for Msr
Jorle's wedding! I guess It's better
to elope. Then nobody's got to get
ready so much.
"MarJ nnd Jim had n llerce time
try In' to get out of Uie house tonight.
They klndn susplcloned that the fel
lows would be up to soniu trick with
their grips nnd things, so they made
mo take cure of them out In tho burn
Jim gave me n dollar for It it silver
dollur! Most as much, I guess, ns
ho give tho preacher.
"I wusn't so dead crazy about stay
ing out In the barn by myself an'
lookln' after those grips, Tho other
Kins was an in mo Kitcuen ncKin
ull tho rako that wits left, never think'
Ing ot mo.
"It didn't do Jim much good glvlu'
me thnt dollur, though, 'cause a
bunch of tho big fellows thnt go with
Jim come Into tho bam nnd bust
open the grips Marjorlo'n and Jim's
and mixed everything nil up to
gether. Spilled tho talcum iwwder
and tho tooth powder over everything
und, smeared the fronts of Jim's hard-
boiled shlrtH with, sister s null polish,
tho stick .red kind, you know.
"Jim iad a pair ,of swo)l blue pa
jamas nil like silk. Well, tho fel
lows silt those lmjumasip into slith
ers! I bet they cost Jim mare'n, n
dollar! It was a shame!
"1. felt, awfiil sorroy for Jim, I
know he'd got to sleep In something,
so. I snruked up to dad's room and got
h's old, bluu flannelette nightshirt and
put that In for Jim! I guess dad won't
care. It was klnda old and worn out,
an' It had, to go Into the wash tomor
row anyway. I bet Jm'll ba surpris
ed when ho opens his grip lon't
you? Hut Jim did mo a mighty good
turn once, so I wanted to help him
"The kids kept cnllln' to me out ot
tho kitchen window that tho. Ice cream
was 'most all gone. Guess I'd-.got
none at. all but for Dor'thy. Sha'd
hid mo half of hers( I can nlways
count on Dor'thy to look out for; me,
We was, most bust up with catin
so much stuff, but w Just had to get
through with It beforo they washed
up the dishes. '
"That taxlcab? Why, It wag the
ono ordered by tho crowd who were
going to' follow Jim's and Murjorle's
carriage, und get on tho Pullman, If
they could manage to get past, tho
gates. Hut Jim nnd Marjorle Just
WhUzcd .off iji It when they found out,
some, of the vmartles In the crowd
hud telephoned their currluga not to
come. Wanted to make them ,mlss
their train, I guess."
SUCCESS FOR SEVENTY YEA,R8.
This Is tho record of Painkiller
(Perry Davis'), A rolluhlo remedy
for diarrhea, dysenjory nnd all bowel
complaints. Get tho genuine. 25c,
3&c mid 0c, .
Thoroughly roinvteiit soda water
man, ns malinger. (iiv full nr
tlculals, stating experience, age.
salary, references, eic . company
supplies houte. etc. Apply Mime
Ice Co., I.lhue. Knual. t"2T-tf
Young man wants toom and board;
private family preferred. State
terms. Address P. O. llox C89.
Everybody to use the large, nlcke)
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for five' cents, at this Office, tt
Have your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Kort St., opp.
Club Stables, tlest workmanship;
no acids used. 4669-tf
COO watches that do not keep time,
Win. Prucha, expert watchmaker,
Alakea street, near a as Co.
Educated Chinese to work In soda
water factory under manager. Ad
dress "Soda," this office.
Young men to prepare for, better po
sitions at Y. M. C. A. night school.
Call for catalogue today.
General store man and solicitor.
Give age and experience. "Y.",
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Kort atreot.
rags at tbe Bulletin
Milliner at K. Uyeda'g hat store.
American, aged 30, wants position
tn office or as storekeeper or time.
keeper. Good references. Sober and
Industrious. City or country:
"S.". lluiletln. 4'733-Ct
Japanese Cooking; School, Families or
hotels supplied, with cooks. O. M.
Mafile. HS7 AuldLane. Tel. 1664.
Mlddfe-aged white woman to manage
small lodging-house, 1290 l'ort.
'I-ady's watch, opon face; Orlontal
brooch set with pearls und rubles:
near Novelty Theater, Suitable
reword If returned to Hen Wise,
Novelty Th'eater. - . 733-Ct
About ten, minutes' run from the
, Hnlolwa road, a large dusty
thirst, at tho Walpahu Exchange,
Kinder please, leave- Jt there.
Illnck rockcr-spunjej clog; answers
to name of Billy. Liberal reward
It returned to. Margaret Center,
, 821 Groo'it. streeL. " 4733-tf
Mrs. M. V. Sloano's dressmaking, par,
lors will lie Jocated at tho Alex.
Young, building, October 1.
" ' 4731-3t'
'Ex.per.lqoped, dressmaker; reasonable
'lirfccs. Altering done. 1147 Smith
street, near Pauahl, , 4732-Gt
MISS UAY D. HKI.I Teacher of
Elocution, Oratory, Physical Cul-
turo and Volco Culture, Studio:
12C9 Lunalllo street. Phono 1342.
Around the Island, four'or more pas
sengers, $0 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by. the
hour. Phone 2009. 4677-tf
Phone 2C09, nt Independent stand,
for Jim Pierce's 7-passenger Pre
mlor car. ' 4733. tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phono 2511. Young Hotel Stand;
Cbss. Reynolds. 4640-tf
Tssantsi Emnlovment Auoeiatlom.
Maunakea near Assl Taiater Calf.
up Phone 2097 Is you wunt a
(cook, good boy or servants.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 lis
some Tempie, Aiaxea at. ciotee
called for and delivered.
NEW PRIVATE SCHOOL.
MliS Ivafq Zimmerman, graduate nt
Kansas State College, has opened
11 private school at lOf.O llefctanla
street for upper grade and high
school work. Tuition, $4 per
month. Phone 1333. Iteference,
Bupt, W. T. Pope. 4733-2t
T linsr lee-PIamber asd TissMllk.
BmUbjBtvbet, Hotel and FaoakJ..
I.urge, elegantly furnished (root
room, suitable for one or two gen
tlemeiij walking dlsinncn from
town; private resident e. Addrees
"II. W. Ilulletlu otnee.
Hotel Deluiuulco; under new man
agement, Hooms by the duy,
week' or month. 130 HerctanU
street. Ueasonable rates.
On Alewa Heights, about October 1,
n cottage, W. L. Katon, Ilulletlu
office, fro 12 to 1. 1717-tf
Two furnlsh.d rooms. Auplr Mr..
D. McConn.tl, 122. Emma 8.
Cressaty'i, 2011 Kalln ltd. (next
Carsldy'8) Elegant, new. furnish,
ed and unfurnished cottages, at
Walklkl Deach; with board, If de
sired. Good bathing and boating.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
"THE I.EI.ANrt,"Y27(Il8rctanla ave
nue, Mosqulto-proof Innal rooms,
with or without board. Everything
modern; moderate prices. Central
location. Phone 1308. Mrs. 11.
Dlnklage, prop. 4711-tt
Cool furnishes rooms nnd cottages.
with board. 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.,
near School St. Prices moderate,
Moving picture films. Closing out a
quaiitlly.cit good films at $10, SIC
nnd $20'iier reel. For list of sub
jects, etc., address "Films," lluile
tln Publishing Co, 4731-2t
The Trsnto envolope a tlme-saylng
Invention. No addrsislng neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts, lluiletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents, (or patentee. tt
One "No. T Itansome concrote mixer
No. I.-22G (new), complete, with
trucks, etc. 11. S. Gray, S32 Kort
street;. P. O. llox P49.
Victor talking machine nnd records;
used only two months. Ilargaln.
Addrcw "Victor,'' this olllce
Racing sulky, phaeton, riding saddle
and bridle. Address Mr. Kelly,
care this paper, or telephone 2417.
Selected Caravonlca wool, cotton
seed, ,JVY. Gear, 1214 Fort.Bt.
P. O. llox 404. 4G93.tr
Single-cylinder, cnnopy.top Oldsmo-
: bile; tr,0. Address "Olds," this
"office. ' 4724-tt
Inter-Island and Oahu rfallroad shlp-
sPlng. boojes. at Euletln office., tt
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Younc Bnildine
DR. ROGERS I, .., . 11 to 1 and 3. to 5
sunaays u 10 11
Otlier Hours, by Appointment
When jour eyes tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
See " '-
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER 1
Fort Street Harrison Block
1.. 1 110 sxiOAi-iuiLa Diaui
S. E, Lucas
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to fit
Pianos for Rent
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
AND OTHER PIANOS '
Thayer Piano Co. I
150 llottl St. Plmne, 2313 I
WettLly llullrtlu ll.uec year.