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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY, APn. 6, 1911.
THE CAPITOL CAFE
KING STREET, OPP. THE YOUNG HOTEL
ENTIRELY NEW NO OLD CROCKERY NO WORN-OUT
The Best Cooked Meals in the city
NO HIGH PRICES
The Menu and Service wilt please the moit exacting gourmott.
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jr book space as wanted, iWjBljlWyM r
Some new lines at spe
cially low prices.
FOR DRESS WEAR
Sizes 8Jj to 11. ..$2. 50
Slice 11z to 2... $3 .00
FOR SCHOOL WEAR
Broad, comfortable toes.
Light and strong.
Sizes 82 to 11... $2.25
Sixes 11'2 to 2... $2.50
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
Secretary Wood In his report to tho
Promotion Commlttoo today, bays-
"Tlio 1914 Hallway I'aKSongor
AgontH Convention Is still simmering.
Sir. T. C. I'ock, genoral passenger
agent ot tho San l'cdro, Los .Angeles
and Salt I.ako railway, writes" under
lato of March ICth ns followa:
,"'I trust you Will paidon thu tlo
' lay In answering your letter of Kob
", rmtry 1st, but conditions hero havo
been such that all our tlmo has been
'taken up with tho trnublo wo nro ex
periencing on our lino.
" I heartily agree with you In the
proposition advanced, as I bollnvo tho
benellts that would nccruo from a
meeting to be held In tho iluwnllun
Islands hyllio I'assengnr Truffle Man
agers unil flcnornl Passenger Agents,
to Includo tho members of tho Amer
ican Passenger Agents Association,
would bo everlasting to thoso who
would attend, and I will bn glad to
lend my Influence to bring nbout tho
desired plana Most of tho members
ot these Associations urn acquainted
with tho conditions In "tho States but
few of them realize tho possibilities
In the Islands, and ns wo are nil In
terested In the mnttoi of transporta
tion, I, for 0110, would favor Honolulu
ns a meeting place' "
Made from w hole Mn nllnti
l'liinipplfmiml the bent rrlliinl
At nil Mod it I'ountalriM uiiU iitortiM
Arctic Soda Water Works
Phiuutnr Hy nip for nr on hut caVph, wnfllrn
el' A Jiilt lou tfavurtnj; for piiiirhenuml k'ecrriiuiH
At All ClrticurM
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
Billboards, Roads, Building
and Tenement-House Reg-
lllllhonril legislation, tenoment-houso
regulation, better roads and speedy oc
llciii 1111 tlio municipal lnilldliig ordi
nance were tnokleil liy the I'entral Im
provement riub nt 11 meeting held In
the Merchants Association rooms yes
terday afternoon Discussion of the
hlllhnanl legislation occupied most of
Tile ilub p.ixHed approval section by
section on u hlllhiMnl tiieuHiiro drawn
up for presentation to tlio Legislature.
It Is Htuleil tliut' tills measure was
drawn for the legislative eominltteo of
tlio commercial hoillcs, but that they
have lei lined to buck It as a proposed
law The only ihatiKc 111111I0 In tho bill
by the club jestenlay afternoon was
the section fixing tho annual license fee,
which was raised, from J250 to $D00.
Section 1 of tho bill defines "out
door" and billboard advertising. Sec
tion 2 Is the paragraph fixing the li
cense fee Section 3 prohibits tho use
of billboards on sidewalks, or any pub
lic hlgliwny, structure or buildings, on
llglitposts or similar posts, or on pri
vate property without consent of the
owner. Section '.prohibits tho adver
tising of "patent" ineiTtcltioM, or of med
icines to euro n number of stated dis
eases or, In general, dealing with
strictly prlwito and unseemly subjects.
Section B fixes tlio slzo nud structural
regulation of billboards. They may not
bo more than fourteen feet high, with
a four-foot space underneath, or llfty
feet long; they must be nt least fifteen
feet from any sldcwnlk or six feet
from uny building.
Another section puts it up to tho Su
perluti ndent of I'uhlle Works to ap
prise tho plans for nil billboards and
a fee of one dollar Is required for every
Kiieb approval Tho penalty for viola
tion of the proposed law Is it flno of not
losi than $50 nor moro than 1250.
After Mulshing with tlio blllho.tril ills
elusion, the club talked over tbo tene
ment-house question. It was reported
that tlio Knimukl Improvement Club
will appear before tbo Hoard of Super
Immh tonlKbt to advocate that tlio
tenement-house restrictions concerning
proximity to public schools should tip
ply nisi to llin neighborhood of tho
convent at Kaimiikl, and tho lcglsla
the committee was ordered to work
with the Kaimiikl people.
Two now committees were named
on public Improv incuts, consisting of
It S llosiner. Father Valentin. H Ma
helium, n A It Iloss and W W Thay
rr: and on tho business section, con
sisting of V I Wahlron, O O flulld,
W. It. I'oster. J J Alberts and J .1,.
McLean. To the first committee was
referred the matter of looking tip tho
advisability of doing tho county's road
work by contract. To tho other uat
referred tho duty of trying to hurry
action on tho building ordinance.
An elevator In tho whotesale fur
houso of Gordon & Ferguson, at St.
Paul, Minn , carrying n number of em
ployes, dropped seven stories, and two
women and-a man wtro killed,
MPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Welkom Warmer
SIzo 3x5Vi Indies, weight 4 ',4
i Tho only moilern, stifo, effective and
sensible substitute for the antiquated
Hot Water Hag.
No water to beat no rubber to roL
Will last for yours.
Tlio Warmer Is made of metal beat
cd within one tnlnuto by tbo lighting
and Insertion of n paper tubo con
taining a blucelrsi. smokeless and
odorless fuel generating a uniform
heat which lasts over two hours at a
cost of less than ona cent. It is curved
to lit any portion of tho body and held
In place by means ot a bug and belt
allowing tho wearer to move, about at
AS A TAIN KILLKIt
Tbo Welkom Warmer has no equal.
It can bo put Into constant action and
Is lmllspcnsablo In cases of rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
By placing tho Warmer on tho af
fected part the heat being dry, not
moist, bakes out tho cold. I'hyslclnns
say that tbo moist heat of tho hot wat
er bag will not euro but aggravate the
aliments abovo mentioned.
Many havo been sold not a e'ngle
Complcto outfit Including Wnrmcr,
bag belt, coll and 10 tubes of fuel sent
prepaid to any part ot tbo U. d. upo
receipt of J 1. 00.
If you wish to know moro nbout this
wonderful devlco wrlto today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
10S Fulton St, Kcit York.
FOR HIS TRAVELS
San Francisco Man Pleased
With Promotion Com
"I am pleased to bo able to report
that while In Honolulu Mr. C. II.
Crocker, who, ns you know. Is n great
traveler, frequently called nt our rooms
and beforo leaving expressed himself ns
specially gratllled at being nhle to se
cure from our flies such complete In
formation concerning the places ho pro
poses visiting on Ills present trip, I. e.,
FIJI. Now Zealand, Australia, Java,
China and Japan, complimenting us In
stating that lie bad not been nblo to
securo such a 1 til and Interesting lino
of printed matter on the Coast. Mr.
Crocker also kindly offered to make n
point ot calling upon nil tourist and
Information bureaus along his routo of
travel, explaining to thfiso In chnrgo
tho work wo were doing, stntlng that
tho Hawaii Promotion Committee rooms
wero headquarters for trans-Pacltlc
travel and that all mayor that might
bo srnt to us would be distributed nd
vnntageously "I have to report tho receipt of re
cent largo consignments of folders from
Australia, Japan and Jnvn, Interesting
data much sought after by the traveler.
"A matter of much satisfaction Is tbo
receipt of letters from different mem
bers of tho Consular Service statoned
at Honolulu, stntlng that they bnd
written to their homo governments rec
ommending nil tourist bureaus, govern
mental and private, to send their fold
ers nnd other advertising matter regu
larly to tho Hnwall Promotion Com
mittee for mld-Paclllc distribution. Tho
latest orpmlrntlon to offer to cooper
ate with us Is tho Italian Tourist Hit
rcati, which, nt the present time. Is es
pecially Interested In advertising tho
expositions to bo held nt Turin nnd
"The Java Tourist Iliirenu Is now
sending out the first number of an In
teresting publication In English which
It proposes Issuing quarterly We have
n number of these on hand for dlstrl
A number of servants In tho Tltt
dotph Sprerkcls homo In Ran Fran
cisco got Into n row recently nnd
commenced throwing glnsswnro nnd
crockery nt onch other. Considerable
valuable crockery was destroyed.
HOTEL 8TREET, NEAR NUUANU
Will Open Saturday
WATCH FOR THE OPENINQ
This Theater Is Independent of all
tho others. Get the Independent habit.
Admission 10 Cents
Children S Cents
1. IV2, 2 and 3 TONS 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAQ0N CO
875 South, Near King Street
ARGENTINA AT THE BIJOU
The most nttrnctlvo ot tho dances
ot the fnmous llldulgos, tho dancers
from Madrid, will bo presented to
night nt tho llljoti. Ono is tho
"Mntchlchn,"" n danco of Argentina,
nnd ono picked up by tho clever team
while they wcro recently In South
Amerlcn. .They will conclmlo their
danco with tho "Holcro Kspnnol," n
fascinating Spnnlsli Invention, Sen
orltn Fein Illdnlgo will sing "La To
qullla," nnd in this will wear n cos
tlmo which sho considers one of her
handsomest. It Is a heavily embroid
ered dress, tlio embroidering being
tlono by hand, It Is n rich garment
and somewhat unusual for stago
wear. Jones nnd O'llrlcn put an a
roaring comedy entitled "Tho Zulu,"
in which they appear respectively ns
a soldier and a Zulu.
SINGER AT THE SAVOY
With tonight's chnngo of bill at
tho Savoy, Hilda Carlo will sing
three up-to-date songs, tho popular
successes of the Coast. They nro
"Vour JI10 Hoy I'm Looking Kor,"
"Miss Me," nnd "Put Your, Arms
Around lie Honey." Miss Curio has
been unfortunato In having it cold
but sho Is gradually overcoming this
nnd will prosently ba In good voice.
Ilcsslc, tho Juggler, will Jugglo his
Juggling stunts nnd give somo new
changes, his comical makeup going
far to entertain tho audience There
will bo new Alms.
EMPIRE'S "GEE WHIZ."
With tho chnngo of program nt the
Cmplro tonight Whlttlcr and Crnsson,
tho singers, will present a rcpertolro
of popular nnd up-to-tho-mlnuto
songs, Including "Geo Whiz (wcoty,"
Valo of My Dreams," nnd "Whore
tho ltlver Shannon Flows." Tho team
Is making a big hit and Is keeping in
tho front rank of tho Umpire fnvor-
Ites. Princess Susann,- tho midget,
whoso twenty-scon yenrs havo glen
her only thirty-two Inches of height,
will mnko soma changes In her tight
wtro act, which la her main stago
HOW THEY STAND
Tho standing of tho contestants In
tho Honolulu Amusement Company
contest, tho last count being miulo
last Tuesday, Is as follows:
Hcydonrlch 27,I3, llnino .'I.S1W
Scnbury 18,810, Clunpy 18,477, Hilly
Herein lC,8G.r, Cnrreii 9!)7C, Kallno
C124, L. Fong 4710, Cottrlll 3845, Wnt
son 2S82, K. Gibson 2460, I.lla Dlnk
lugo lino, Molly Mossmnn 1145, Calllo
Lucas 905, Sonny Gay 020, A. Silva
Tho votes will bo counted ugaln on
Friday, nnd the slzo of the houses
controlled by tho Honolulu Amuse
ment Company at nil performances
would Indlcnto that liberal advances
will bo nuiilc by most of tho contest
ants. The result of tho count will bo
thrown on the screens of tlio thrco
theaters Friday night and announced
In tho Saturday papers.
Tho crowded houses can bo attrib
uted largely to tho prizes offered by
II. F. Wlchman & Co., Hopp & Co,
Tho Dergstrom Music Company, Tho
Clarion, Tho Sweet Shop and K. O.
Hall & Sons.
These prizes, togothcr with others
to bo announced next week, Insuro
that practically ovory contestant will
win something valuable
At the Young.
A. II. Talt, Now York; Dr. II. II.
Kdwurds and family, Lollchun; II. V.
Taylor, F. Isvy, City; F. A. Alexand
er and wife, Pain, Maul; J. C. Hell,
Wlnflcld Horn, San Francisco; Frank
II. Craig, Honolulu.
At the Hawaiian.
Mrs. 11. II. Lclllanc, Leilohuu; J. W.
Smith, Alea; A. W. Enmes, Wahlawn;
P. F. Pomcroy nnd wlfo, llllo.
Tho Hawaiian band will glvo a con
cert this evening ut sovcn-thlrty at
tlio Pleasnnton Hotel, ns follows:
Murrh Greetings Halt
Overture Ten Girls and No Hus
Intermezzo Russian Frnncko
Selection Nnbucco Vordl
Vocal Hawaiian songs,. Ar by Horger
Selection Itoso of Shims... Kilenborg
Wnllz Aflor You Waldtcuful
Polka Now and Then Cooto
Tho Star Spangled Ilanncr.
In memory of the late King Udwnrrt
VII , the people of tho West Riding of
Yorkshire nro raising J730.000 for Im
provement and maintenance of the gen
oral Inllrmury nt Iocds. That Is tho
right kind of memorial.
Tho contract for the 12,500,000 New
York city postolllce was nwarilcit to
the Fuller Construction Company. Tho
successful bidder guaranteed to do
llvcr the building to tlio treasury do-
purtment In twenty-thrco months.
The fact that Hostettcr'i
Stomach Bitten hat helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomaoh Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Airue.
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
Where tbo Films Aro Catchy
Tlio Staluesquo Vocalist
In Up-to-the-Minute Songs
Tho Ik'ccntrlc Juggler
In Comedy Feats
8ELECTED MOTION PICTURES
A Hare Dance of Argentina by tho
Who Present tlio
JONES & O'BRIEN
Popular Prices 10c, 15c, 25c
Matinees Every Day, 2:30 o'clock
The Latest Song Hit, by
Whittier & Crosson
Umplru's Favorite Vocalists
Tiniest Aerial Performer In the World
Daring Tight Wire Act
Popular Films Popular Price
Men's Classes now forming. Termi
moderate. Phone 2467 or call at 17S
South King 8t. (upstairs).
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
2185 editorial rooitu 2250
business ofllco. These nro tho tele,
phoua numbers of tlio Uullctliu
Gowns, Corset-Covers, Petticoats,
Combinations, and Matched Sets
New Lingerie Gowns
Just to Hand
New York's Latest
Styles and Fashions
WE have imported for our EASTER TRADE a large
and varied assortment of EASTER MILLIN
ERY which is now on display in our windows
and store, and invite you to call and inspect the same.
These goods are marked at a slight advance on cost,
which places them within the reach of everyone.
The Latest Styles
At a Very Low Figure
THE AEROPLANE TURBAN in blue and green,
MUSHROOM LEGHORN, CHIP STRAW, TUSCAN
STRAW, HAIR BRAID TURBANS, SILK PYROXYLIN S
BRAID, CANTON BRAID, AJ0UR BRAID, CHANTILLY
We also have a large assortment of
Children's Trimmed Hats
which we arc selling at a very low figure.
A call will convince you that these goods arc Die
Cheapest in Price and
Best in Quality
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