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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
ROSA J CO.
Bottled in Dontl
JULES PERCHAROS & FILS'
CALIFOHNIA SPARKLING WINES
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Alp.kea and Queen Streeti
tOft SALE AT ALT, RAM
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You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davies, Proi
KINO AND NUUANtT STREETS
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for inch well-known cars
a Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Durjea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llnlck, Overlanil, linker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For tho BEST RENT CARS In th.
city, ring up
? -r J 999
,tv. OLDSMOB'LE. No. 4M
RENAULT, No. 404
, LANDAULET, No. MO
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BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
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m a nirosT nn .
. Rugs & Draperies
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m Kv K'n 8,rM,i opposite Young Hotel.
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A milk eaiily digested
A safe hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on It
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk with Improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
dally and bj supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. lie sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
Delivered to Alt Parts of City
With U A J
ORDERS ARE SERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
Way's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY CO.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.,
Merchant and Rnnanu Streets:
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAOE CO.
13-95 King Street, near Uauuakei
Phonn 2291 Daily Delivery
Will Do It
with the Ara-Notch in
place of the bothersome
buttonhole 15c each 2 for 25c.
Cluett, IViSoJy Co., Makers
ARROW CUFFS, 25c. a Pair!
Is a valuable little book that tells
you all about using the "Sapolin"
Enamels and Varnishes that will
make the shabby articles In your
home "things of beauty and joys
Come In nml nsl fur tho
. book and let us show you
what "Snpolln" does.
Lewers & Gooke,
177 S. KINQ STREET
For a Time
11. I.. STEVENSON,
RICHARD HAHDINn DAVIS
JOHN FOX. Jit.
W. V. JACOBS
F. 11. STOCKTON
ALL RCHIRNER KDITIONS
FOR A TIME $8.75
Brown & Lyon Co.,
Many Novelties for This Year
A. B. ARLEIQH &. CO., LTD.
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
FOR SALE Saddle, Driving and Work
Horses Just arrived from Seattle.
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINQ STRXET
New location Red front, near
7oung Building. Telephone 2318.
Emma Street, above BeretanU
New BICYOLES'amved for racbr
and general use, Prices, $25 up to
(35, without brakes. Repairinf and
e-tirine done neatly.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all kinds of
Concrete Work a Specialty
AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort 8ts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship.
chandlsry, 8toves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Utensllsi Sporting Goods,
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
a J 85 cilllorliil rooms 3350
liutlncHa ufllre. TIicmo urn the. tole.
Iilioue numbers of tin- II 11 1 1 tit I u.
ST. LOUIS ENDS
St. t.nuls College graduating exor
cises wcro held last Saturday night
at St. Louis College before a big au
dience of H'lnllves mid friends, ninl
the closing of tlio r.chool year was in
successful na tlio year Itself. Tlio
clauses are very largo.
The commencement exercised were
held yesterday morning nt 9 o'clock.
Following In the program
March Jolly Coppersmith .... J'eter
Distribution of Premium
..lit Intermediate nml 2nd Ornmmnr
Solo nml Chorus In Old Virginia.
1st Clrnmnuir, Freshman, Sophomore (
i OradunthiK Class. Hoarders, Music,
Christian Doctrine, Typewriting.
Hnnir -Ten I.lttlo Clillinmeli West
Heniurks Molded Hooks
I Father I.lhert
Finale The Jolly Bachelors. . .llubhell
I DIplomnH were nwnrded to tlio fol
lowing student of St. Louis College:
Scientific Deportment Kdw. A. Cock-
ett, Tims. D. Cockett, Anth. I'. Fernan-
ile7. Sun To, Y. C. Yiunnslilro.
Commercial Department Wm. E.
Cockett, K. C. Aluinn Chun, Jos. II.
Fussoth, (leo. II. I.eong, Albert K.
Cnllpco Prennrntorv Ed Cockrtt. A.
I-Vrnniidez. Ynmnshlro. Chnnir Slug.'
duo Man Sing, Thos. Cocltett, Sun Fo.
II. Almnn, II. Tiilallt.
Commercial Graduating Wm. Cock
ett, K. C. Chun. Jos. Fhasntli, II. Oeo.
Leung. Albeit Slender. II. Coo Sing.
II. Uoo Slug, Young Mm. Thos. Lin
coln, Jno. Fernandez, Wm. Hnla, Alex
Asnm, II. I-al Book.
Coinmercliil Class l.ukel.i Ilkaukn,
Abraham Cnlres, II. Yuk King. C. Tung
See, V. llrnnco, Jno. o'Domla, Oeo.
Dunn. M. Chlnlto. M. Chlnf Sue, All
Wn, Ah How, Th. I'acheco, Frank
Sllva, Krnest Vlelra, Louis Leal. Walter
Watson. P. Keppcler. Clias. Holt, Win.
Iliirlem, Quan Ilou, II. TsuJI.
Klrst Orammor Christian Kulilman.
I'"red Swan, II11 Wnl Kee, Wm. Janssen,
Ah Dung, Yamnne MliKiru. II. Hlckey,
Knm Chow. Wnlt. Bryant. Wm. Hollln
ger, Abr. Ah Sang, Kwan Cluing, All
Cheong. Jos. Spencer. Alls. Wilkinson,
! Sidney Levey, Hubert Qulnn, Wing
Kwol. Kane'Wnkl, Chy Yong. II. Even-sen.-
Aug. Helman, Sol. Itces, M. Fer-'
nandez, Thos.- Silper, Hemi. Acli'onrf,
fleo. Oto. Iiuls Sllva, Km. Meyer,
Richard Clark, Jno. UMllnKer, Jn.
Wilkinson. " .,'
Second Orammar Clifford Cocket,
.las. Cowan. S. Ferrelra, Jno. flllllland,
Michael Lopes, II. Mnlterre. Fr. Mnr-1
del. Nam Fong. All Lock. Kdw. Poo
jmmi, I-Jil Soy, A. Kuhlmann, Lee Fon,
Louis (laspnr, Frank O.ill. Rims. Hart
man, Clarence Olds, Wm. Hasmussen.
Wm. Cathcort, Oeo. Hughes, Herman
Luis, Aholo Kanal, Albert Amasln,
lrank Keoho. Jos. McOettlgan, Henry
Meyer, Among Chun, Henry Day, Jno.
Faotli. Kenneth Long, V'm. Brash.
Vine. Souza, II. Wehselau, Jno. Mark
liam, Oliver Aytiu.
First Intermediate Abraham Akau,
Iiu Tnu Sing, Chum Yee Chong, Jos.
Ah Kong, Honest Peter, Chin Love
Mun, Thos. Clark, Chin Lul Leong, Jos,
Knnne, Hong Uil, Lee ong Hill, Lionel
Lino, II. Ludloff, Alf. Tavarcs, Leo
Kong Nlng, Louis Souza, Cha Hong
Linn, Oen. Aylett, Wilson Cleveland,
Chas. Isaac, Chrlstlnn Steward, Chock
Hong, Claude Kapukul, Clms. Clark,
Jas. Olllllnnd, Thos. Horc, Julius Wery,
II. Lai Hipp, Jno. Zablan, Chas. Weath
erwax. An til. Cuelho, Chan. Kklund,
Oeo. Frendo, Kd. Chong Lum, Bernard
Hoke, Robert Holt, II. Markhnm, Jno.
Ilnglund, 1. Cushlngliam, Geo. Leal,
Thos. Oiilld, Jno. Ilettencourt.
Second Intermediate Clin Hung,
Louis Collins, fleo. Hnneberg, Hlng
Chong, Ijiii Kwal Sung, Lnii See, Le
ong 8. Huen, C. Lum Wal Chin, A, Lum
Yuk Tin, A. McCnbe, Ng Ynn Choy,
Tani Hang Chung, Yee Ju Kin, Chas.
Cusli, Cha Hong Wnl, Oeo. Kullillunl,
Isaac Currn, II. Oulld, D. Kaopun, Lee
Kam Poo, Oeo. Gonsalves, Wnhllnnl Ka
lelklnl, Vine. Keuloha, Jno, Fleldgrove,
11, Petersen, li Sllva, II. Fernandez, A.
Honnn, W. Parker, IY. Robello, Jos.
Serrno, Win. Hruliu, Fr. Mopua, II,
Rogers, Alvln Sllva, Jan. Ascli, 11,
Christian, Thos. AVrlght.
First Primary Wong Chan, C. K.
Moon, Theo. Vredenburg, W. Kit Le
ong, U Parker, Knm Pul. All Lup. C.
Neumann, F.. Mitchell, A, Homkc, F,
Day, F. Jonah, II. Ah Chung, Ah Ding,
Lul Kong, Chang Hln, J. Kaonnlillani,
K. McOettlgan, 13. Orube, W. Ludloff,
H. Mahoney, J. Thureton, C. Foley, O.
Woolsey, a. Hopkins, A. Kuholepuna,
11 Klllehun, C. Johnson, V. Slmerson,
Ah Piing, W. Haglund, iJim Yen, Ai
Nnng, J. Clllmaii, J. Rogers, C. Me
delros, A. Pinto, C. Luis, I.. McQueen,
C. McDonald, J. Crawford, A. Kalian
naele. Second Primary 13. Vredenburg,
Yuen Jau, Ting II. Ylng, Kloud Ord
way, P. Johnson, Dav. Kahoano, Wm,
Nakl, Dav. Hanuliele, Chung L. Fong,
Fred Vlckery, Jns. O'Dowdu, Isaac Lum
Yum, Kurl Oall, John 'Kennedy, Chns.
Heovcs, Arthur Oall, Louis Oaspar, Jar
rett Hruliu, Jos. Tlrown, Thos. O'Brien,
A. Perelro, Thos. Mossinan, M. Free
man, Alb. DrtiUUe, Thos. Ryan, II.
Stelnlioff, Hob. McCabe, Jos. Pacheco,
I Jus. Knwalnul, Oeo. Hobron, Hoon
Yee, II, Keulaknl, II. Cunningham, II.
Liullorr. Chadivlck Durant, U111 S. W0I1.
K. llruniughln, Jos, Puakela,. Martin
Condon,- Kenneth Olds,
Normal School Graduated
Good Class Prize to
The Three ll's taking the place of
the Three It's furtiNhed the keynote, of
the remarks made nt the graduation of
the large Normal School clum held 111
the assembly hall, Monday evening.
Heart, Head and Hand Is taking the
placo of Headln', 'lilting and 'Itltlune-I
tic. This thought was first brouRlit out
by Acting Superintendent of Public In
struction Olbson nnd further developed!
by Hon. W. It. Castlo In his address, I
which dealt with good citizenship mill ,
tlio nil Important position of the school
teacher In promoting It. Finally Prln-
clpul Edgar Wood brought out other
practical phases In his parting nddress'
to the Krnduates of the school. Mrs.
I). F. Dillingham, In her remarks Incl- i
dent to presenting Miss Hose Achru
with tli conservation prlzo for "first
aid" work, spoke of the advancement
In education since her time and very
appropriately presented the prize
nwarded by the city government of the
school for proficiency In a practical
The assembly hall was packed to Its
utmost by the large nudlence of school
pupils nnd their friends. Many were
turned nway on nccount of their In
ability to obtain even standing room.
nnd there Is no doubt that n larger
hall will have to ha secured for future;
graduating exercises If held In the
Xlembers of the graduating class
were seated In three rows on the plnt
form. They numbered twenty-eight
young women mid one young man, Snu
Chlng Wong. The latter, however, liud
110 reanin to feel lonesome, judging
from the round after round of npplause
With which ho wns greeted when ho
stepped forward to accept his diploma.
The ball was prettily decorated. At
the rear of the ntugo was an Illuminated
class design In colors.
Four numbers of tlio program were,
rendered by the school chorus under
the direction of Mrs. Tucker, with Miss
Cooko ns nccompanlst. The Normal
School cliomjhus always had a repu
tation for excellence, and the standard
Is well sustained this year.
Following tlio exercises In the hall
the guests were usked to Inspect tlio
practical work of tlio school on display
In the lower hall. This Included needle
work, dressmaking', and various lines
of carpentry. Notable among tlio dis
plays was the conking exhibit, with a
suniple five-cent lunch ns well as cakes
nnd bread. Above this appeared the
uniioiincemcnt'that the cooking depart
ment had made a profit tlio past year
of tlEO on Its' five-cent lunches that
lire served each reboot day, all the
cooking and preparation being done by
the members of the school,
The detailed program and list of
graduates wero as follows;
Chorus National Hymn
O. W. Warren, 1892
Chorus All In the Shade of a Oreen-
wood Treo"....Oeorge Lowell Tracy
Address Hun. W. It. Castlo
(a) Tlio Beautiful Blue Danube,...
(b) Silent Now the Drowsy Bird...
Presentation of Conservation Prize. . .
Mrs. B. F, Dillingham
Presentation of Diplomas
Principal F.dgar Wood
Chorus Sull On, O Ship of State....
Rosslter O. Cole
List of graduates: Nellie Amann,
Amy Awal, Llzzlo Beerman, Margaret
Branco, Allco Brown, Mary Bryant,
Annie Chlng, Elizabeth Clark, Olive
Clark, Jessie do Pontes, Carrie domes.
Julia Haloy, Slgrld Hannestad, Mabel
Larnen, Oertrude Hoffgaard, Edith
I.lgbtfoot. Allecn Nott, Sophie Otter,
Frances (Hremba, Hltuml Sato, Nora
Stewart, Edith Wong, Sau Chin Wong.
Alice Wung, Fook Gin Yap, EllmlaTnm
Yuu, Rosalind Tarn Yau, Itoso Tnm
Yau, Harriet Young.
LIQUID CURES ECZEMA
WHERE SALVES FAIL
In regard to akin dlseascg, medical
authorities, nro now agreed on tills:
Don't Imprison the disease germs In
your skin by the use. of greasy Halves,
and tints encourage them to multiply.
A true cure of nil oczeiuutoiia dis
eases can be brought about only by
using the healing agents In the form
of 11 liquid.
WASH TUB OKItMB OUT.
A Rlraplo wash: A compound of Oil
of, Wlntergreen, Thymol, and other 111
gredlents us combined In the D. D,.l).
Prescription. This penetrates to the
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else has over done,
A bottle will stnrt the cure mid glvo
you Instant relief.
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"The Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
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