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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 22, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 22. 1911.
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l-or eating, drinking nntl cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
a 2U 'Tr
llrtMnvil U. H Patent Olllro
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb, cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Sale by LenllDi Oroccri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER. MASS., U. S. A.
S3 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
(Continued from Pag 1)
Pinned iliiwn dy Htnnley, Itlchmnnd
nlinlltcl tluit this net vuis not Insu
bordinate Up nlo xnlil Hint lui
tlimiglit that It Mrs. Compton cnulil
R Id Hiu vnlcnn.i she could teach.
Aikcd If Mis Cotnpton'a Illness hail
nn) thing to il with her work In nurs
ing tin' Into Judge Andrews during lilt
lllnr kji. Ulchuond snld Hint lie Old not
Another Instance of "Insiibordlnn-
nftcr school hour. Hint her work wns
nil up to dntc
Demand wns the word tired liy Illcli
innliit lie wild lie did not look nt tin1
paper, nnd refused to sign It II'
could name but one pupil prcsmt at
Richmond slated Hint tlirre had been
continued unpleasantnes lieiwc- n lie
nnd Mr, ('ompton nnd Hint lln-ie lind
ncvir been n 111 till MIT of Hie kind befoic
since lie lind Ij'''Ii In Illlo.
.Molr nald lie thought It possible for
two peoplu to Kit nlonit togctUer If
lliey wanted to do o.
In regnrd to Insulting other tenrhers,
Itlchmond said this had lieen reported
to 111 111 liy others, but he hnd seen lit
tle of It
"Mrs. Compton went to tlie loom of
the coinincrcl.il tcnclicr nnd took
1MHI11T lOSinnce Ol iiniitnmnim- .... . , ,.
Hon" on ncc.unt of glvlnit a private I"'!'" ' without pmnlsslon. tiftr
exa.nliutlon fell Hat under searching' had lid. liir to May nvvny from the
One of tlie biggest , venls In Now
York nvlatlon circles will he tlie llrst
luiminl dtnnir of tlie Aeinmiuticul Ho
elet), to lie held at the Hotel Aslor on
Apill 21, Among Hie pinmlniut men
liilciestcd In Hie movement nnd who
have piumlsfd to attend mi President
Tnft. Hccretury of Hie Navy Meyer,
Secretary of War Dickinson, (.enerul
William Crozler, flcnernl J 11 men Allen,
Admiral I'leleher. Admiral J'Nell, Sec
retary l D. Walcott of Hie Hpilthslnhui
Institution, Prof Willie U .Moore uf the
Weather lliireau, (lovirnor WlUm of
New Jersey and (llciin II. Curtlss. '
The flying season has alrendy opened
at Mineola. t'harles Illlllnrd with a
Iturglss-Curtlss biplane is doing d.illy
llvhiE l.eo Stevens Is one of his pu
pllo There wns n general meeting of Hie
members of tho Aero Club of America
April 10 to decide upon a selection of
11 elubhouso for din urKultlutlon. A
building on tho southeast corner of
Forty-first street 'and Madison avenue.
New York city, has been selected ns u
miltuble location. The bouse will cost
iuellnns by Stanley, who made Rich
mond admit that Mrs. Compton did
nothing when she nsked permission to
elutiRe the Isiy's work nit a result of
this examination. Hence there wns no
TltlJ r'UaKns. tMaottart CltUml' T.irh.N.
111. 1 i, i..,inn xnoke nn. ' lvo the state nt (hat Mrs. Cmip
grllv to other "teachers. Him demanded , '' M "'" would w nek Hie scbo-.l?
..f .., II..I I .,!.. l..,r ..nitre ennlrnl IHCIIIIIOIUI .Mrs,
of rhuile and part taken nway from s"" V"
Mr. Lewis. I refused nnd she snm
ninm, said Itlchmon
I'nder crossMpiestlonlnB bv the
board, Itlchmond said that there was
no special reason for nskluR Hint .Mr
(llhsnn come Hiete Just everytlihiK In
Aiken Have you any wltnesnes to
OFFICERS 10 BE
n s -sffi mml W0
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T. I.eula nnd
Itlchmond stnted that be did not
sl.o' would create a .1l.ti.rl.ance Hint '' '" lialr-p.illliiK ev.nt be
would wreck the high school. Sho tween Mrs. Compton and anotber
said Hint my Instructions were Inndc
iliiute nnd slm couldn't understand
them. She suhl this In nn ntiRry man
ner nt i trnchers' mwtliii; before other
Here Stanley made, rtlchniond ndnlt
Hint this una the only meeting at
which Mrs. ('ompton wns miBry. At
other nieetlhx'S she hnd objected to
Mrs. Wilcox Thcso faculty meetings
were for mutual help nnd a teacher
bus n right to criticize or object, has
Itlchmond Yes, mnd.itn.
Alk.n This din rue Is that she
addressed other teacbern In nn Insult
Ini: mniimr before 'thn pupils. This
bus no been substantiated.
Stanley It seems that Mr rtlch
niond Is the only one to be Insulted
by Mrs. Compton, nnd that at faculty
meetliiK' Are there anv other In
stances? Itlchmond Mrs Compton demanded
that I allow a girl to be with her dnr
Iiib n vacant prlod. I refused this.
Molr The girl was to learn some
thing, wns sho not? You refused to
Richmond Yes, sir.
ll.ro n discussion nrosc nbout pu
pils' work In vacant periods, nnd other
technicalities of school work
"When number point was brought up
nbout the assignment of 11 certain pu
pil to work, she Insisted that It be
When pressed for tho exact words
Mrs. Compton used, Itlchmond stated
that ho could not remember.
Arailn Itlchmond said that
teacher, but thought It was In ijresencci
of Mr (ilbson.
Tbls was nil from Richmond bv the
commissioners, nnd Mrs Ciiinptoii was
Klveii n chance to iuestlon him
Some llreworks were Injicted lust at
this point by Representative I ."lilt
when Stanley told Mrs Coiuptoii Hint
extraneous matter slmuM bu kept out
of h.r questions, stntlnx Hail the Leg
islature wanted the, board to go Into
the Whole, mutter msl examine ull
He was assured' bv Judge Stnnley
that such was thn Intention, but that
at present the boird was concerned
only ullli the three charges made bv
When ask.d If he could prove the
statement that Mrs ('..inptoti said she
would wreck the schonl, Itlchmond s.ild
that Miss Allen and Miss Deyn t.ach
ers, would substantiate -the statuuent
mid that thev u.ru staying nt the
They could not be found by tele
phone, so tho board ailjoiirmd until 1
o'. lock, when these two witnesses were
to be present
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is sunBcsted. that rcTi'inn suffer-
er.s asl: Honolulu Drill; Co. nf tlilc city
wlint reports they nro Betting: from
the pnlleiilH who have used tho till nt
wtntorRrcnn liquid compound, I. 'D
To encourage ac1011lo.no flying, out
of the army ns well us Injlt, Is one ot
thu obJectH nf tho United Stale's War f
Uepaillncnt. llrlKadler-Hcniiinl .latnet ,
Allen, Cldef of tho Slt'iial Cnrps, Intu
whoso direct charge thu lullllnry avia
tion moiU In thla country N rntrtint
(i), (olil n reporter for Uu'.Vrlil llu'
the- fulled States will fOoil lead nil
nations In aerial strength.
"Wft need to do lots of eAporlmcni
Iiir with the aeroplane,", said t;.-ii
Allen. "The $12:0,U00 ailproprlalion
which Congress inailo for ueiotiaui
Ical uilMincement Is only n Winning.
I feel sure. We will do the best in
cut) with thin money (his year (in
our success of this )enr will depend
Hie appropriation for lioxt ear" i
When asked how tho SIkiuiI Corps
would upend tho JIS'i.il'JO, Hell Mini i
I c piled: "We're Kolng to liny enough
atiiopluties to keep all tho ollleers -can
spare busy fly.lhB. I don't think
tin will buy more limn llfteen or
twenty machines, however. Mm h '
inoni-y will have to bu spent In pie- i
pa) lug iierodrouius, hangars Ii.im- to
he built, work shiHH equlppe-l .mil
iiiuiH money will huvn In bn so-nt m
"We will not be able to Ini) in
diiiBlhles out of this year's uppropil
atloii. Olio Inllnnn would eoi .is
much in tho wliolo uiproprlutloii. ami
tll"i) illrlijilili'S nro ij xuiy expensive
cfasB or wAr nincnlnvi). American '.
aeruplatics will ho tho luaclilncd Uoi'il 1
in our aviation work. I'oi H10 present
I am not In favor of koIiik Id Lump'' '
I11 liny aeroplanes. Whether we will
go there lalnr veiualim to bo sren,
certainly it will not ho with Hit,
I'rcM'iit Allow iiticc' Too Small.
"1 reKV''t,that w will, not he able
to do niiich expnrlmoulltiB undi r the! ' ,- - - - .....
presetil allowance. Tliere hi room for lw" ,irlll aormlromes which would be will be ready within a month and I a ovei Hen Allen hopes to have thirty
11 ureal dual of Improvement In tbel"'"" '" "" panne ino new exten-1 expecteu in ue ono 01 me nesi n.-ro
The Best Of All "Outdoor"
Shoes For Women
Only in expensive custom-built footwear will you secure equal style, quality, fit and comfort.
Our new models in Women's Regal Oxfords accurately reproduce the smartest custom Oxford
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and comfort as in made-to-measure shoes. The high quality and expert work
manship in Regals insure long, satisfactory service. You will find that our Women's
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You can't fool nil of the peoplo all
Mrs. t10 time, because they nro as wiso as
Compton brought hlni a paper to Blgn. you are.
uuroplaue, and wn need nil the assis
tan. e In this liueithnt we ran get It
Is for Hils reason thul at tho (ioveru-m.-ut
aoriiilronp-H wo! will wel.oiue
everybody who wnnlF. (a nitidiul e
pei'luu'tits Wo will let llicui liy mcr
our grounds freo lrnlil(il-'they build
their own Imiigiirs.
We will gladly lend nn car to In
Ventura Who have really 'good alias
for the Improvement of. Hie aero
Acroili nines for New Vork.
Cell Allen pointed mt that ill N'cw
York Slate there would be at Uast
siuu to (iovcrunr'x Island with the 'dromes In the country
wide expanse of witter surrounding It,
lie thought, would pruiu nn Ideal place
for II) lug gioumls West Point will
also be equipped with all aerodrome
It wits at College l'ark that Wilbur
Wright taught Meats lleiijamiu I'ou
lols, Frederick lliimphreyu and 1'iniil;
l.'llim how to It v the llrst aeroolane
wiiere uie caoeis win pioo.ii.iy 1,0 ,Kt by the (loveriiment. In I '.my
Inslructed In the operation of the ; 0f these 1 )!llcern only Lieut Kouh.ls
.1er.1pl.1ue l'ljiug conditions at West la K.ii assigned to aviation dutv
of tho high Kurioundiug inoiiulalns I
sltiiug cross-currents of
.skilled fivers (ieti Allen himself Is
I very fond of llylug He hail been up
, twice, once with Count de l-sseps. In
a lllerlot, at lt.illluiaie, and nuro
with Claude Hrahniuo-Whllti, in a
I'nniian. when he Hew about twelve
miles over the navy yard nt Phila
delphia Hi. nxpects to take frequent
tilps with Hie army ol!lccr at College
Palk this summer.
(len Allen iidnilresi Wiisblngtnn for
regiment mid Lieut. Iliimphieys iu-
signed from the service
I'ur a lime Hie nrmv 1011I1I not spare
ollleers to learn how to liy, but now
Its go.nl living climate I'.ie signal as many as possible will bo detailed rur Mrs Armour lias r.-celvxl about
Corp:'.' aerodrome at College Park to this work and before the vi'nr Is tn).0vi In asb ;iud irciiritlrs
The Millie of stocks and IhiiiiIi tolen
rec. nth from Mrs Simon It Armour
of KnnaH City was tICii.Ovft Instead of
SUu.nud, as urlKliially report. .1 Tlius
The Advantages of the
Sw Cylinder Locomobile
The Locomobile Shaft Drive
Six, without changing gears, rutts
as .slowly as a -walk, or at a rate
of over 60 miles an hour, anil
climbs hills splendidly yet shows
an efficiency of 12 miles to a gal
lon of fuel. It has done this un
der ordinary favorable conditions
1111 the roads of Southern Califor
nia with full passenger load. In
hill-climbing and other points of
performance it is the best car that
we ever made. A recital of the
features of thisi model will make
it clear why this is so.
The Six Cylinder Motor de
velops over 70 Horse-Power on
the test stand. Tho motor base
is broiuc. There are cylinders
specially designed for this model,
large valves, quiet valve lifters,
high tension dual ignition, and a
new carburetor that cuts down
fuel consumption and provides
great power at the saiilc time.
The new oiling system is self
contained oil is pumped to the
bearings in a constant stream.
The rnrlniri'ler reforrcd to la near
Locomobile design nnd construction.
It provides the simp nnd power of n
multiple Jet device with tho simpli
city, economy, and cuao of starting
of n single Jet. Heat for vaporiza
tion Is provided by both hot water
and hot air. Tho hot air from (ho
exhaust Rives a good mixture Imuio
dlutely at starting. Tho combination
of hot water and lint air given a mora
pet feet mixture than could be ob
tained with either ntom ulune n:J
enables low gravity gasoline to bo
cuisuiied with ttuturoc.tlon. The
quullty of the mixture can ba vailed
by the operator.
The Cluteli on tho Locomnblla Six
operates without slipping or Jerkini;.
It Is a multiple disc, tho typo nio.-it
sultuhlo for a large cur. It la uluiplo,
rollnhlo and requires ve.ry little at
teutlon for lubrication. It may be
removed and teplaced us a unit with
out distill bhiE anything else.
THIS model possesses, in the highest degree, those important
advantages that are peculiar to the Six Cylinder type. It runs
at a foot pace, and by the mere pressure of a pedal climbs
hills or accelerates to express train speed. The motor operates
smoothly at all speeds.
1& In addition, and very important, The Locomobile Six is notably
ECONOMICAL in the use of tires, the consumption of fuel and' the
time needed for upKeep.
(f As to the fundamental virtues of Safety and Reliability, it is a
typical Locomobile a car of the highest quality of material,
workmanship and inspection. It is u thoroughly tested and high
ly developed model.
(f The Locomobile Six is made and distributed by an experienced
organization whose equal aim is to build the finest cars possible
and to render such attentive service to owners that each Locomo
bile will give that complete and permanent satisfaction for which
it was built.
THE LOCOMOBILE COMPANY OF AMERICA
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD., FoASaii
The Advantages of the
Six Cylinder Locomobile
The Transmission i- another
feature. The case N bronze, in
suring permanent alignment of
gears, shafts anil bearings. Four
speeds and reverse selectively
operated. It gives no trouble
and can be driven several thou
sand miles without adding any
more grease to the case.
The Hear Construction con
tains no bra.iug. Allot steel rear
axle tubes. The J?) elliptic rear
springs are free to act no driving
through the springs. Universal
joints are in metal In ui sing will
run 5000 miles or more without
repacking with grease. .
The Appearance is attractive
low lines. The body is grace
ful and roomy, of the four-door
type, and seats seven. The bon
net is short, obviating the clumsy
appearance and waste room of
numerous other sie. The run
ning boards are clean on both
sides. Tires arc carried al the
rear instead of on the running
board, thus improving the ap
pearance of the ear anil weight
ing the rear springs efpially.
Tires are largo la sUo and not
overloaded. Hum do not wear nut be
foro their time. Careful design and
roustiiicllon of the differential guar
clliu!hn(ei uny binding or crumping
when the car Is turning u corner .1
ciiiictltlon that Inei oases tho life of
the tear tires very ciinslderahl.
Tin Hiding (Jiinllllca uie remark
nhlo. This, is dup to a long wheel
base, lime; clastic springs, and excel
lint balance. The tar rldcd easily
nnd steudlb theie Is no side suay
or any tendency to skid when Havel
lug ut speed.
The lx'iiiniilillc SK merits our
rosu iittuutloii. If vou are lutensled
all or telephone f.u 11 dcuioustrn
tlou. Tlie prim Is 1 1. Mm, Touring
Cur or Torpedo, tut lading Top and
The liciuiioblle Hook, which is In
library form and contain jr.H page
and Ml Illustrations, will be sent on
reiiuerit Oill mi Hinds me fine fiinil