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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1911.
. -il MW.ri
SAYS U.S. IS
BBQRT ok Jotjci i
iftITHthe passage! of Act 116 by the last ,.
' Legislature, imposing an annual license
fee of $250 on any person, firm or corporation
engaging in outdoor advertising, we decided
discontinue all tacking of cloth, tin, wood and
paper signs, and all indiscriminate posting.
Hereafter, until further notice, we will
accept orders only for posting or painting on
regular boards or locations leased by us for the
purpose, and bearing our imprint.
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JiAsvfc- Pioneer Advertising Co.
A boon to Infant
A milk easily digested
A aafe hot-weather milk t
Sick babies thrive on it
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk with improved keeping
Bottled and cappod by sanitary
lias the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 21 24.
1120 PORT STREET
Delivered to Any Part of the City
PALM CAFE - Phone 2011
ORDERS ARE 8ERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
The B10Y0LE DEALER and RE
FAIRER, hoi moved to
180 KINO STREET.
New locationRed front, near
Young Building, Telephone 2618,
Emm Street, above UereUnli
Hew IH0Y0IKS wived for raeinr
iml Kcuornl uie, I'rlcei, 25 up to
f 30, without brnkei, lUpilrini ind
rt'tlriiiK dons neatly,
liilur llii. iiiiilf) it f, I. HhlMilnn
w(m rir oil Hi Hi" ll il 1 1 nil H
Piunecri and Leaden in
the Automobile Buiinen
'Agents' foratich wcIMtrioyn cars
as Packard. Pope-Hartford, Slovens
Dtiryeaj Cadillac, Thomas Flyer.
Dulck, Overland, Maker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
. For the BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, rino up
OL08MOBILE. No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 080
C. H. BEHN
RING UP THE
J. K. MIM.UIt, Prop.
Packards, Kissel, and the only 1011
6lx-Cyllndar, Seven-Seatsd LooomobiU
King and Bishop Phone 3448
0CHUMAN CARRIAOE CO.
FOIt BALE EX LUnLINE
Work and Drlvinu
ROSA J CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
Wo Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streeti
I'OK IALE AT ALL HAM
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 0 0.
.You'll find they're all food fel
low here. J
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Proi
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Rugs & Draperies
J. Ilopp & Co,, Ltd.
OAHU rWHHITURP. on,
MImu Uiii, iiiii Vtittnu llol'l
I'. U llu )U UW Wl
New York, Mny 1R. Tho Itov I)r
J. II. .lowctt, Into of Cnrr's Iino Con
gregational cliurcli, Illrmlngliani, Kng
land, the new pastor of tho I'lftli
.Ucnuo rrcsbytcrlan church, lcllec
tho United Stales to .bo a wicked re
gion. Ho says tlicro la a harvest
here to bo reaped by religious work
ers. "If 'tho Saviour looked upon
Now York today, my brethren," ho
states, "In Ills Infinite pity and com
passion lio would go Into the glitter
ing throng, lie would sec beneath (tic
lliln sheen. Ho would seo tho crowd
lorn by sorrow, smitten by hidden
sin, oppressed by wrongs, gnawed at
by regrets of follies, flayed and
bruised, and ho would say, 'What n
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tHnorl.il Itii I let In Ccrrcsiwnileiier )
I1U.O, Mny 21. I'ostofllco burglaries
arc thu fashion now. This Hand hail
Its third bur'iflary of this kind within
u mouth last night, when the pu-JoilKo
and store at Kurtlstnwii, Olaa, win vie
llmlzcd, though the vsu-v, so far us
damage li concerned, did not amount
to much. , ,
Tho postollioo Is incited n (he store
of Urn A. a. Curtis C"-. iimi Mr. Curtis
H politico that tho burglary imtsthavu
been coiiimlttcil during Sunday night,
as he left tho store nt 5:30 p. in. Sun
day, and nt that tlmo everything was
In order. The Intruder llrst tried to
rnler through tho door, the lock of
which shows signs of having been tam
pered with, but hq was unsuccessful.
and bo finally gained nil entrance by
smashing tho lock of ono of tho big
letterlioxes, through which ho crawled
Into tho 'building. Tho xuico through
which he crawled Is so small that It
secuis certain that tho miscreant was
a boy Nothing belonging to tho pnst-
olllrc wiih tampered with, hut from a
cash draw r tho Intruder tool; a dollar.
Ill- was evidently working In thodark
or must havo boon frightened nwny
for thi'ro was more money In the film"
ilrnwet1. which wis left untouched ,ii
well as some- cash vthjrli was lyliu: ex
posed on n ilenk. SherllT I'ua'has been
nolllleil of the matter nnd wilt prob
ably, tako up tho casu In person.
P0E EXPLAINS HIS
NKW YOIIK. .May I One or tho
most notahlo fealures of IIiIh weok's
sessions nt tho lloo salo was an auto
graphed letter of IMgar Allen I'oo
which biought $1700. Tho lettor Is
dated February 20. IMS, and has nev
er before been published, it Is said.
In If. I'oo sajs In reply to tho asser
tion that bis habits were shockingly
"ThO fact Is Ibis: My habits nro
rigorously abstemious and I omit
nothing of tho natural regimen for
health, I rlso early, cat moderately,
drink nothing hut water, nnd talto
abundant nnd icgular exciclso In tho
open air. But thin Is my private llfu
and of course escapes tho oyo of the
"Tho dCBlre for society comes upon
mo only when I havo become excltod
by drink. Then only I go that Is at
those times only I have been In tho
piartlco of going among my friends,
who seldom, or In fact never, having
soeii mo unless oxclted, (alio It for
gianted that I nm iilwujs so, Those
wlm really know mo know bettor."
Thu letter should inako a rliunno In
tho work of future bloginphorH of
Toe, as It gives Ills own explanation
of tlio charge of drinking habits mado
tlivat fiunlne occurred In China lu
i:ir. mid It has heell estliiiulnd Unit
Ihlrli'ell li) 11 1 Ion people perished llieio
rimu i1. '.'! -.Mr;1-1 ' .'.' "".""J
I'll i:h cuiicd in oto m hays,
I'AZOOINTMI'.NT li KuanuiUed
I" iiitu any raw of Itililntf. IHIiul,
IIUiMlliiti nr I'ndiudlnK I'Hts In h lo
iil.iyfirnutiiyrffi'i(ilil Mmln liy
I'.MtlN Mltnil'IKIUD .Mill Uil,
KPMHiBaaaaaT 1 JfffWaBEaaaEaBWiaaW
NKW YORK, May !8-.ludgo Wll
liam A. Day. rhosen by tho directors
to bo the picsldcnt of tho Kiiltablo
1.1 To Assurance society .at it snlar of
fSQ.nun iv year, Is n native Of Dela
ware. Ho Is n graduate of tho Har
vard Law school. Soon nftcr com
pleting his legal studies ho wen tu
Champaign, 111., engaging In tho prac
tice of law. Ho booh became, promi
nent In both law and politics. Ho
was elected as a Democrat to tho
loner houso of tho Illinois legislature.
Soon nftcr tho oloro of his term In
llio legfslatuic, though n Democrat,
ho was elected mnorrif his homo
city. Champaign, where Itcpublleuuk
wero largely In tho majority. Early
In his llrst term President Cleveland
appointed Mr. Day to tho position of
sreond auditor of 1 lie treasury. Up
on retiring from that ofllco ho was
nominated and unanimously confirm
ed by the Bcnate to be assistant at
torney general of tho United States.
Ho retired from this ofllco to take
up tho duties of comptroller of tho
(Continued .from PaflB 1)
fnvestlgato tlii' organization and oper
ations of said American Sugar llelln-
lug Co, nhd ItH relations with other
persons or corporntlnni engaged III tho
liuslnesi of manufacturing or refining
MiRiir, mid all other persons or corpor
ations engaged hi manufacturing or
rellnlng sugar nnd their irlntluns Willi
each other, anil If III connection there
with violations of tho aforesaid laws
are illsvioseil, to report samo to the
'rf.ild committee, xhall also Inquire
whether the organization and opera
tlmiH of the American Sugar Helloing
Co. nhd other persons or corporal Ions
having relations with It, and nil other
persons or corporation rnguiicd In
innnufnctnrlnB or rellnlng sugar and
their relatloim wllh ouch oilier, have
mused or h.ld u tendency to canso any
of tho following results:
"Hrst. Tho renfrlctlon or destruc
tion of competition among manufac
turers or rcllners of sugur.
"Second. All Increase In price of re
fined sugar to the coii'uiner or de
crease In tho price of sugar cano or
sugar beets to the producer thereof.
"And said coniuiltteo shall report to
tho Hiiiisn nil tho facts and clreiun
stances dlicbwed by tho Investigation
herein provided, with such recommen
datlons ns It may doom advisable.
"And said coinmltleo as u whole, or
any Hiibcomniltteo thereof. Is author
ized to sit during sessions of tho Houso
and the recess of Congress, to employ
clerical and other assistance, to com
pel the nttendnnco of) witnesses, to
send for persons tuiil papers, and to
administer oaths to wltnocseh
"The Speaker shall have authority to
sign, and the clerk to attest, Hiibpoenas
during the recess of Congress." t
FzzyifG!k 8 '
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They Make Life's Walk Easy
These arc tho new summer styles which nro correct for tho season. Patent
Button, Dull Gun Metal Button, Patent, Gun Metal, Vici Kid, Tan Russia
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CROSSETT'S nro the kind yon como bnck for. Tho correctness of stylo
and fit, and tho long wearing qualities nro well known features of tho
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A woman who is sick and suffering, and won't at least
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Itlclimntiii. Tila. " When my second dntiRiitcr wai oltrMeon
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I hud a coiisiiltntlon of doctors nnd tliryxnld I had nocture enso
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nnd tras pronounced lo ho In n datiuerotts condition. ?Iy father
Insisted Hint wo try Lydlrt li. IMnkhant's Vctrctnhln Conipoiinil.
nnd drought mo six bottles. I won began to Improve, nnd be
fore It lind all been tnken I was at well and slrotitr uh cit, my
frlnmlft hardly recognized mo so great was tho change. Mrs.
Wood Mm Iiruiistcttcr, lllclmioiitl, 31 o.
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tafE If (he slightest trotiblnappenrs which
AF yon do not understand, write to Mrs.
FlnUbnm nt lijun, Mass., for Iter ndvlco it is
free, and always helpful.
LONG. long tlmo ng"." said daddy one eTculng. "there were giants llvl
lug In Kngland Some of lliem were good niiturcil giants who never
did any harm to the people, but others weie wicked big men. nnd tint
people were glad to get rid uf thorn. Any mnu who could kill one ol
Uk3o giants was considered n hero,
Ono of tho most fninons of the
yonng man named Jack, lio r.-as mi successful that he was called Joclc tho
oiant Killer. Ono day while he was inixcjing he stoppisl at a beiutlful castle.
"Dut when ho got Into the castle
longed to n great big giant, the biggest
Tho giant knew Jack. Hut bo
'jjavo him good food nnd n ulco bed
bed bo heard tho giant say tu himself:
"Though hro ou lodge with mo this night.
r You shall mil ri tho morning light.
My cluli shall dash our brnlna outright.
Then Jack got up rind look a big log of wood ami put It In hU placo In
tho bed, covering It with the bedclothes. Ilo hid behind tho door. In tho
mlddlo of tho night In camo the giant with a big club out his shoulder. lie
struck tho log on tho bed so haul with the club that If It bad been Jnck ha
would surely havo been killed.
'In tho inornlnir down went .lack
kiriicd lo seo him. 'How did you sleep?"
'Very well,' paid Jack, 'save that,
Volt n rat brush mo with his tall.'
"Tbon tho clant led Jack to tlio
taining four gallons of hasty pudding.
''Is that nllf asked Jack. 'I generally cat'tnnre than that for breakfast.
put I nm not very hungry this morning, so I shall try to make It do.'
"Whon tho giant wasn't looking he
ila coat. Then, Instead of putting tho
tuo one. no sniu to tho giant:
'"I don't like the tnslu of jour pudding. 1 think 1 shall take It out again.'
knd ho took u Unlfo nnd Ut out tho bug so that nil tho pudding poured out.
1 "Toon!' said thu giant. 'That Is nothing. I cuu do that myself Uut
vben ho took the knlfo In his band ho cut himself so badly that ho died. And
o the country was rid of another wlckid giant."
"I'onh." Said lh
Clint, "That la
and he received money and liononi.
men who undo war on tho giants was
what was his xurptlso to tlntl that It be
In that part of the world.
protended to he very gum to see jock nnn
to oleep In. After Jack had gouo to
to breakfast. 'Hollo snld the clant sur-
In tho mlddlo of tho night 1 thought I
breakfast table and cavo him n bowl con
took n leather bag and slipped It lnsldo
pudding luto his mouth, ho put It Into
UttKtl, CQy will
thwc f A ,i.