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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THURSDAY, APR. 0, 1911.
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To Subscribers Mutual Telephone Co.,
llcclunlnn May 1, 1911, n (twitching
clinrne of 10 cents cr switch will he
timilu for i'ery iiii'VOKh ciuniriVtinl be
tween tlin Main IlxehaiiKn hi Honolulu
ntul nil 1c1piIiuiiu9 connee'toel with the
Wnlpnhu Hrnneli KphahR mirh clinruc
to he col I coin bio from the milncrllMT
from whoito ttlcphono the call W maile
.mutual Tm.iU'iioNi: co. irn
lly J. It HALT, Treasurer
490.1 Apr lB-HO Inc
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice l herehv Riven that a new
Directory of Huburrlber" of the Mulual
Telephone t'o, l.ttl . Is now helriK um
plloil anil lll slturtl) he pnhllKlieil
All Intending suhmrtln r. ami all
nilncrlber (le-elrlnjr nm cliance of
name or aihlrens. are earneHtl rciimwt
eel to lcnc InMrut'tlon In writing at
the office of the cimipanv in Ailnm
lane, not later thin M'ltlt. ' 1911.
after which .Int. iltlh mi hmmes
will he maile for tin n, Dlmtorv
Ml'Tl Al T! I f PUnr i o LTD
Honolulu Mn ' ' nn
4!l0 r l '0 n
Tin re is nothing tor conil
for our ciiMtomcru Th t'l
wb we usi VELOX in nur
lln ihinr ilepartim nt,
VELOX is the
i ty, highest
ire can buy.
"I verythlng Photographic'
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
ROSA J CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHAROS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Qneen Street!
I acific y
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
T0K BALE AT ALL BAM
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr, Fort D, H, Davie i, Pro.
HHAM1D I'llOPOHAI.S. Indorsed
"1'ropoialK for an Air I'ompreiior ami
Aciemorb'H," will lie ruelinl ut the
lluieoii of Yard ami D hi. Navy le
inrliiipnt. WiiihliiKlon, until 11 o'clock
a in., April 29. 1911, ami then ami
there puhllclv openeil, for one 3000
ruble-feint olr lomprwsor with luter
rooler. afteriooler ntul air receiver, for
the central power plant, United Ktate
NaMil Station, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii
1'laiiK anil npcilflcatloiui can bo obtain
dl on applloatlon to the lliireau or to
the commandant of the naval itntlon
named It ' HOLLYHAY, Chief of
Ilurenu, March 27. 1911.
Notice In hereby Riven that no auto
mobile content theater ticket nre be
Inir fold for me on the Flrcot by hojs
or men. All theater tickets nold. for
which I receive wile radlt. arc on pale
at the candy More next to the Umpire
4005-lw MRS W. A. SHAni'IlY.
The Prospect Ilclghtn Imprencment
f 'Tut, will meet at the residence of D
I IthliiKton No 702 Propect street
it '. 10 p to Thurmlay. April 20. 1911
to i oni!dr street Improvement etc
All Interested are earnestly requested
to i.ttend 4C09-2t
Sr.AI.r.n THNIillltH will be received
nt the otllce of the Superintendent of
1'iibllc Works until 12 in of Wcilnes
day April 2C, 1911, for rnnrtructlnK
om atari' framo bullilliiK for a library
to be erected at the Kallhl ItecclvliiB
I'l.ins, specifications and proposal
blanks nre on file In the Public Works
The Sup. rlntendent of Public Works
reveries the rlsht to reject any or all
Superintendent of 1'iibllc Worltn.
DOWN TO DEFEAT
Beaten By Kaaluimanus 15-4
In Grammar League
I'lftiHii to four lias the score b
iihkh the Kauhumaiiu team hi the
grammar schoul letiKtoi tt homed the
IoIuiiIh eKtenla afteriiiKju at MaMkl
I'uiU. (his belui; the fecund KJiue III
the 1U11 Ktrles of the league
Tor seierul InnlugH tin re were 15000
I'Kll" druuu b) each team, ami It lias
lla fouith. Willi xlc rmii, and tin1
elKlith, iilth Helen, which made the bin
wore at the llnlh
IoIiiiiIh Hooted hi but three InnluKH
one In the third, two In the llfth and
on,- in the elKhth and the Kaahu
111 iniiH did all their xturInK In four of
the nine IlililllKs played
In the Ih'Ht they fjot one man over,
in tile fourth l, In tho Heveuth one,
and In the eighth heveu.
The Iiojh of tho different xchoolo III
the haKue ute cnthuHlaxtlc roolerH ami
Men out In force to the. Kaiiio jeslir
l.iy I'uuahoiH and Central Orammar will
met In the lisue Karnes tomorroiv lit
The wore by IiiiiIiiks, IiIIh nml line
11 1 11 folliiM :
lol.inl 0 0
Kaaliuinanu ... 1 0
lulanl 1 (1
(12 0 0 101
tool" 0 ir.
r, 0 0 2 r, 0 la
ItOHihlll, c ; Sail a
an, 2h ;
hill, ::h ;
; Mild Sakal. uiptalu. lb; Ah
Hubert OKItn, hh : V rtose
Ah Yin, cf , Tmi nil. rf ; XV
Lokima, K11IJI1 and P f'liunt,',
Inlanl- T rummliiKs, ; Mcn
Kler, i'.; J Hen, p; II Von Sen, enp
tain lb.: KalfoiiR, 2h : II Kame, 3li :
I! Vredenburt;, rf ; II WodehoiiKe, cf ;
Lee I'liaiiK Soon, If (" Uemptr, H
I 'ham; and T S.nval, huIih.
Umpires Sins Hun and Mclnerny.
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8PORT CALENDAR. tl
Thursday, April 20. It
:i Basketball Y. M. C. A. vs. Ka-
lllil at Y. M. C. A. II
I! Friday, April 21. it
tt Ilaspball, Grammar School I.caKuo tt
tt Central Grammar vs. I'una- tt
tt lion, l'unnlipii. tt
tt Practice Ituguy Maklkl Field.
tt Saturday, April 22. tt
tt Hawaii Yacht Club Members tt
tl Criilso to I'catl Harbor Cliuw- tt
tt der. tt
tt Sunday, April 23. tt
tt Oaliu LcaKue Season GponH Tuo St
tt Games: PortiiRiieso is. Natlio tt
tt Sons; Now Team vb, .Taiianese. tt
tt Hawaii Ynoht Club HaceB, Poarl tt
tt Harbor Opening of Season. tt
tt Monday, April 24. tt
tt Baseball Kama vs. Highs. tt
tt Friday, April 28. tt
tt Basketball Kallhl vs. Y. M. 0.
tt A. at Kallhl. tt
tt Saturday, April 29. tt
tt Baseball St. Louis vs Highs. tt
tt Saturday, May 6, tt
tt Baseball St, Louis vs. Highs. tt
It Monday, May 8. tl
tt Hasolmll, Kunw vs. SI. I.nuls. IS
tt Monday, May 15. tt
tt Baseball Highs vs Kains, IS
tt May. IS
tt Trnllory Tonnl.s riiainploiinhlp tt
tt Tournament. tt
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BULLETS IN MEXICO TRIP
AND SNOW STORMS AT SALT LAKE
Whipple Hall Had Strange Experiences In Promoting Avia
tion Meets How Curtiss Solved Lighting On Water
Masson May Come Here.
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fi "inlili'UI IrffflliitiiiirTTirir-rrti'-
Some of the noted aviators of the United States in the
public eye. Whipple Hall, whose likeness appears here, is
now in Hawaii on a vacation trip with his wife and child.
Ailator Whipple Hall, uho Is now
bail, in Hnivall, has had venral Intel -chIIiik
i.m rl in ex since leailni,' lure In
Jami.iii liiLludlm; the iroiuotlou of an
nilatliiii mett III Salt Uike nnd hi
Mexico City. In the former of which
the llv. iik huh done in xnoiiHtnrmx, and
In the latter. ulilK pi o( ceding to Mex
ico, the train he iwi In nan llred upon
hen rat timet hi ihtaihuuuti of Innur
Ely and Willard.
Since leaihiK Honolulu nt the cloe
of Hie mei t hue, In nhlch Mais,
Schrlvcr and Il.ilduiu were tlio prin
cipal (lKuies, lie haH la en promoting
mectH ami ai ranging for exhlbltloiiM to
he made by the tuo uell-knouti Amer
ican ailatorv, Illy and Wlllanl
The pioposltlon of ten day's Hying
for the government nf Mexico fell
thiough, parti on account of the In
Hurrectlon. hut 011 tho liny down the
train huh attacked sevi'ial tliiiex by
urmed baiida and so that gaie a touch
of cvcltcuiciit to an nlhirwl.se uuuicnt
'The contract lias Higned for tho
Mights In the United States, hut tho
110,000 guulallteu lias deposited In tin)
hank In Mexico City," tahl Hull In
speaking of the nffnlr. "When I nr
riied there the goiermncnt did not lic
lleie H advisable to hold the. meet mid
so ri iiuuuu'd the contract. To have
made It binding the contract uould
huit had to be signed In Mexico us
ell as tho ITnlUd States."
Flew in Snow,
In Salt Uiko City a threo-day meet
lias scliediilid, 11 here Kly and Wlllarcl
litre to lly, ami lly they did, although
they had to go Into tho ulr In the
mhlHt of a snoii storm each day
So far as the nilators wcro concern
ed the ui(i-t was a success, but on ac
count of the weather tho spectators
ilid not lome out, so the promotus lost
Howeur, a ifliun engagement wm
anangid, and at this second time Wil
lard lit In the lake and Hew from It
ugaln, much to the umasein nt of tho
gathered thousands uho saw the feat.
Tho Curtiss machines nre tho only
ones which can light In the water suc
cessfully and fly from It again, this be
ing done by two pontoons and a hy
droplane. "I've Got It," Said Curtlti.
For two years Glenn Curtiss has been
figuring out how to make thft ma
chines light in the water, nnd he enme
Upon tin Miliitlou while iiltimllng the
thentir ullh his wife
Nil. 1 111I111I the pla II was a good
om ulilili was atliaillng large rods
hut uhlh Mrs I'uitfss was lagtil)
following the si ini' 011 the stage lis
the pleti vias leailiing Its climax, slu
u as siiinieil anil In ought h.uK to
e. 11 111 h lieai Ing hei hiishmid say em-
phatleally, ' I'm got II."
She tinned mutual to (ml; him uhatlanda.
hi had, and he told her he could luahe
Ins thKhnie llglit on uud lly fiom the
Wl.lli his wife and the 1 utlre nudl
eiie. In the thaw house had been busy
waUhiiig thu stage, Cuitins liad been
druwing on the back or his progiain,
and the hit a of tho solution of Ids illf
llculty tamo to him there ihilu he diuw
th I'l.i 11-. for the Impioieiniuts to his
Only for Experlmentt.
'('uitlss does nut lly for exhibition
purposes any more, but for experi
mental worK only, said Hall hi spcuk
Ing of the fore-most u later hi Anier
lea "He lets tho other men 011 Ills
stuff do thu exhibition work and de
mies himself to studying out Improve-
uienis 011 tliu machines.
Soil Only to Government
"We do not sell machines except to
tho government of the United States,"
said Hall In response to a iiuestloii
"Thut Is. we do somethneH sell a llyer
to it prliutu Individual, hut under the
condition that It will not be used for
exhibition purposes, Tu tho go em
inent no sell all the machines limited,
nnd Curtiss takes army 'olllcers mill
teaches (hem nvlntlon as ho did In
Southern California recently"
Hull himself Is tho man who picked
up i:iy In Oregon mid taught him the
first pilnclples of Hying, and so he has
11 dtep Interest In thu uilfarti of this
daring aviator. Hly bus made 11 nainu
for himself which is near the head of
the H Ing nidi In the United States to
day. Off to Hllo.
Today Hull goes to Hllo on the Wil
lie Imiiiu to talk over avlutlon mutters
there, as tho promoters hi the Rainy
City uiu looking for some Hying stunts,
for the (l)oi Ions Fourth,
"I don't think thut they can offer
enough at Hllo to get an aviator here
foi that day, for It Is a hlg one In nil
Parts of the .Stales nnd big money Is
Vald tho blrdiiicn for exhibitions," salij
Mutton May Come.
One of the Flench aviators whom
Whipple Hall has on tho string now Is
Masson, thu daredevil of the daring.
Mntson may como to Honolulu for
nights, but It will be within a few
weeks If lie does, and It Is not likely
that ho will be here for July flying.
Hall plans to take Masson and one
or two others to Australia boon and
ni range n series of flights in thu
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The sports of Hie Valle Island plan
to ill. things during I'.HI. ami Satui
il.i en uhiK they nre to liaie a hoxlug
priiginin ut Wiilluku, ullh de Mill"
and de Costa as the ptiuilpul alliai'
lloiis I -'iter, when the luces me on,
there ill" other spoiling events which
will ultract thu visitors fiom (dlier Is-
Plenty of Enthusiasm On Tap
For Biggest Celebration
(Hpoclal Hill let tu Ccrrfspondrnre.)
llll.O, Apr 17. The second public
meeting called to tllcuss the arrange
ments for the celebration of the (llo
rlous Fourth, being this time called by
the Hllo Ijlhor Union, took place nt
Moohinii Hall Inst Thursdny evening.
It nns pretty well attended, Hnnullniis
being greatly In the majority A com
mittee) was appointed to hnndle the ar
rangements and to work together with
the Hoard nf Trade committee having
the sumo objert In view
rresldent D.ivlil Hwallko of the labor
union called the meeting to order, nml
called on Deputy County Attorney
Heen to explain the object thereof
"This meeting hns beeii called for
the purpose of making arrangements
for the celebration of tho Kourth of
July," suld Heen. "It has been called
under tho nusptccs of the Hllo Iibor
Union. A week or so ngo the Hoard
of Trade had n meeting with the same
nhjeit In view, hut It seems that some
of the memliers nre dissatisfied there
with, claiming that It was not repre
sentiitlio enough, as there iiito not
enoi.gh members of the general public
present It Is on nccount of requests
made by a number of them that the
labor union has called tho meeting for
11 full discussion of the matter."
Hwnllkn called for nominations for n
chairman Drughclll was nominated
nnd elected by n unanimous ote, but
he elecllned John Hohnenberg was next
selected, hut he followed llrughelH's ex
ample, and Heen huh tlnally chosen
Kunlll said that nil those present
were now American citizens, nnd it
lias thi'refeiro tip to them to celebrate
the Fourth of July He suggested tljat
u monster parade be formed, marching
from Honliilu Turk to Hllo In thu day
time, nml that nt night n torchlight
procession be formed In oreler that the
people of Hawaii might show their pa
trlntlsm to Oi'orge Washington.
Hohnenberg commented. In regard to
llrughelH's suggestion, that there was
not n single county olilclnl present,
with the exception of the deputy coun
ty attorney The supervisors nml the
sheriff were conspicuously absent. The
meeting called by the Hoard eif Trade
had Ix-eii the cause of 11 lot of dissat
isfaction, and It was proper that some
action he taken
llwnliko remarked that, while he had
no children of his own, he was fond
of kiddles Just the same, and he did
not want to have their pleasure forgot
ten when the arrangements iicro made
A committed should be appointed to
confi r with that selected by the Hoard
of Trade mid to collect money by sub
scription The suggestion of Mr
Thurston to huio fireworks was n very
geod one, as this nns a feature which
1 ouhl he enjoyed by everyone
Chnrlos Knohu suggested that the
program might Include n ennne race
for women over a course from Hllo to
Walulun. Swimming inces would also
be good sport.
I'omeroy culled nttentlnn to tho fnct
that the celebration could not he pull
ed oh without money Ho thought It
best to raise the money Hrst nnd then
to decldo what to do with It A collec
tion committee should be appointed.
Hwullko endorsed l'omeroy's sugges
tion, and added that a committee
should also bo appointed to consider
suggestions In regard to tho form of
the celebration. The labor union mid
the Hoard of Trnele could appoint a
Joint committee to raise funds and do
the rest nf the work.
Hohnenberg moved that n committee
of live he appointed by the chair, such
committee to work In conjunction with
that appointed by tho Hoard of Trade,
Otto Hose moied to amend by rais
ing the number of committee members
to seien, nnd Hohnenberg accepted tho
amendment, and the motion carried
Chairman Heen named ns members
Supervisors Austin nnd James D.
Lewis, Kellx Ilrughclll, David Kwallko,
Mnnuel S. Pac'licco, John Hohnenberg
and II M Leonard
drughelll nnd Leonard withdrew, and
Sheriff Pun nnd Mr Ponieroy were un
pointed In their places, whereupon the
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DOTS AND DASHES.
Miss Blanche Whitney of Phlladel-
nhla has Issued a elell to Miss Cora
ll.lilngstono of. Uuffalo for a wrestling
laatch to decide the world's champion
ship for women Miss Whitney be
lieves she can pin thu shoulders of the
other to tho mut In ten minutes.
Johnnie Williams, the old St. Louis
star who was to pitch for Marcalllno's
team In the present season of the Oahu
league, leaves on the China, for the
mainland lie will be attached to the
Sacramento team and will bo the sixth
pitcher of that organization.
There Is n report that some Coast
hoi ses will he brought down for the
rnt ts 011 Jul 1 011 .Maul Tills should
he good news to the local men, who
cull then put up the Island ijags
against those who hale exptrielite 011
('1. ml Hacks.
Still ll.11 1 y is w lilting for soinithliU!
to turn up in the baseball line The
Ilenuts would like to pluy on Maul on
July 4. .. .
If M 1
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INI'ANTS aro peculiarly BustM-pllblo to opium ntul lis various prep
arations, all of which uro narcotic, Is well known. Kven In tho smallest
elosei, l( continued, tlicso opiates caiuo changes In tlio functions and growth of
the cells, which aro likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of slaying powers, aro a rcsultof closing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their Infancy. Tho rule among
physicians is thai children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
Aioro than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodyne, Drops, Conllab, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who aro ill need tho attention
of a physician, and it Is nothing less than a crime to dose them v. Illfully with nar
cotics. Castoria contains no narcotics If It bears the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
Your pieuaratlon known aa Caitorla I bareueed
tor yc ara In chlldran'a complainta and I have found
nothing better." Jouk J. I.irri, M. I).,
v For lateral years I recommended your 'Caitorla
and ahall alwaya continue to do ao, as It baa lara
rtatily produced beucaclnl remit.
Edwik F. I'ililiil, JI. D., New York City.
"Your Caitorla Is t merltorloua liouiehoM
remedy. It Is purely TrgetaMe and acta at a mild
cathartic Abota all. It doea no barm, which Is
snore than can be said of tho great majority of chil
Victou 11. ComuH, 11. D.. Onuha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
No More Delay
Play the game all you like now.
We have just received a big assortment of TENNIS C00D9.
RACKETS in all grades and weights, including a splendid line of
Slazenger's best English-made goods.
BALLS? Well, yes; we received 140 dozen by the last two boats,
and now have Slaienger, Wright & Ditton, and Spalding balls.
NETS, TAPES, MARKRitS and a good assortment of ll sorts of
TENNI8 ROODS, at
E. 0. HaH & Son
AND YOU WANT A Q00D
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if -tern J&3 Amir
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LACE CURTAIN CLEANING
Wo have in our new building specially-constructed frames and drying
rooms for lace curtains.
11 4 M
7 r Z$"7--iP " Bluirniitcci rciiuIuo
f WtAfj&ZcAXK Custorln
I baTe pteflcrlbed your CutorUt la mtoy euci
and liava alvrift found It an cGlcicot and apc-ed;
reined." A. F. 1'itLlR, il. D., St. Loula, Mo.
' I liarn n.(sl your Caitorla In my own hoaehcM
ivlth good renullf, and Lave adllicd Mitral patients
to ure It fur It lullJ, laxatiia ciTcet and fretdou
from harm." Edwihd Tarrus, M. D.t
Brooklyn, N. T.
"YonrCattoilft liolda tlie clWem of tho medical
profi-a.ion iu a manner bild ty no other proprietary
preparation. It ll a aurc and ruliatlo incdlclno for
Infanta and children. In fact It la tho unlrenal
liouachold remedy tor lufauUla allmenta.
J. A. 1'iiiieia, M. D., Kanaaa City, Mo.
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AM IEEN EVERYWHERE
A small pay
ment down will
start you in house
keeping and a small
monthly or weekly pay
ment until paid up in full.
sold at bottom prices.
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