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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1911,
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A Tonic Stimulant
Tho active business man, tlic
brnln worker, and all this rlnsa of
people rniilil not stand din constant
strain on tlielr brnln mt nerves
worn It not for tlio timely use of n
pure, Rentle, Invigorating tonic.
Duffy's Pura Malt WMtkay
the Rtatiduril of
purity nml ex
cellence for over
half n century,
is one of tlic
known to sci
tt linn been extolled throughout
the- world for wbnt It has done for
BiilTcrlnn humanity, IMiysldnns
recoRnlzo Its purity nnd worth and
Kindly recommend It.
Sold evcrywhoro In SKAI.KU fJOT
TI.KS ONLY. Wrlto for free medi
cal booklet and doctor's advice.
The Duffy Mult tthlikey Co.,
Hoclicitrr, X. Y., V. S. A.
Wins Against Bucna Vista
Company in Kern County
UAKKRBFIIvLt), July 1. Tho
Standard Oil Company scored an Itn
portnnt victory In tlio Kern county
superior court today In tho dismissal
of tho suit brought by tlio Ilticnn
Vista Land and Development Com
pany for title to section 20-32-21 at
Midway. Tho land In question was
State school land, bought by tho
plaintiff for agricultural purposes.
Tho Standard was churned with en-
tcrliiR tho laud and setting up n dor
lick on each quarter section.
The UnUcrsal Oil Company well on
Rcctlon 32 In tlio Umt bills recently
flowed for ono hour nt tho. rnto of
3000 barrels per day. The well Is
now shut. In,
I.ouls Dctoy and .1. M. WrlRhtson
of I'rcsno bao sold in a syndicate
of San Kmnclrcii and Kastcru capi
talists 400 acres of oil land In the
Lout bills district for (90,000.
Tho IlcllrldRO Oil Compatiy of Urn
AiiruIcs will take up tho option on
moro than 30,000 acres of land In tho
Lost hills district, Riven by tho Mark
.i'HopklnR eslnto of San Francisco.
UTho Bollrldgo has struck nil of 3(1
gravity In nmplo iiuantltlcs on tho
property at a shallow depth.
The California Midway has Just tin
i Ished Its well No. 4 In the third sand
.Jut a little over 3000 feet, and It Is
flowing at tho rato of 3000 barrels a
"-'day. There Is a heavy gas pressure.
'Tho company's woll No. 1 Is doing
better than 1000 Inrrcls a day.
i Tho average hclRbt of an English
man" Is 5 'feet 0 Inches; of a French
man, C feet 4 Inches; of a Belgian,
5 feet 6'Vi Inches.
NAVY BALL AT COLONIAL PROVES
ONE OF SEASON'S BIG EVENTS
A new style in
"Crossett Shoes for
We aro thawing soma
nice ones in PATENT
COLT BUTTON BOOTS)
J.o a GUN-METAL CALF
which Is an extremely pop
ular shoe among the
Thoto are built with a
high arch, high heel and
Style, comfort and qual
ity. The belt for the leait
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT 8TREET
One of ib most brilliant bals ever
witnessed In Honolulu was the largo
function Riven last evening nt tho
Colonial Hotel by tho officers of the
United States Nnnl Station. Threo
hundred guosU were present. He
tweon tho bourn of nine nnd ten
o'clock the Rticsta arrived. Mrs. Wnl
ter C. Cowles, Mrs. XV. C. Neville, Mrs.
Herbert K. Stevens, Mrs. Arthur T.
Marlx, Mrs. Itoy F. Smith and Mrs.
II. II. I'ratl received In the largo re
ception room that was handsomely
deenrnted for tho occasion. Captain
Arthur Marlx of the V. S. Marino
Corps ucted as master of ceremonies,
meeting tho guests In tlio reception
hall and escorting them to tho receiv
ing line. This Is the first naval ball
that the officers belonging to tho lo
cal station hnvo given, nnd It Is to bo
hoped thnt It will not ho tho last
for the many provtnus social functions
given In this city can not rlvnl Tues
day's nffalr In splendor or brilliancy.
That is a largo Blntcmcnt, for It Is
unUersnlly known that Honolulu
holds the rcputntlon for magnificent
entertainments. An excellent com
mlttco had this entertainment In
charge nnd their untiring efforts were
rownrded by resulting in Tuesday
evening's brilliant success. Admiral
Cowles nnd Major Neville wero on tho
reception committee; committee of ar
rangements, Lieutenant Ross Kings
bury, Lieutenant Itoy Smith and Lieu
tenant Johnson; committee on Invl
tattons, Captain Arthur Marlx, Lieu
tenant HurVclI. Tho American flag,
nnd flnRB of all nations, formed n
prominent "part In tho decorations.
Tho V. 8. Marino Hand was stationed
on n dais that bad been constructed
especially for tho occasion on tho
mnkal sldo of tho ballroom. This
room nnd dais wero brilliantly light
ed with electric lights nnd festooned
with flags and palms. A delicious nnd
cooling hoverngo of punch wns served
under n mnrke In tho spnclous
grounds. During tho intermissions
of the dances tho guests enjoyed this
promenade. One of tho advantages
of giving nn entertnlnment nt tlio
Colonial Hotel Is that tlio ballroom Is
large nnd Is nn out-of-door affair, nnd
Is so delightful and cool this Is nec
essary In n seml-troplcnl climate. Tho
largo grounds glistened with over n
thousand Incandescent lights, in vari
ous colors. A delicious supper was
served at eleven o'clock nt small
tables. Unstinted praise nnd com
mendation is duo tho manager of the
Colonial Hotel for tho method and
sstem In which things wero served
for there was not a drawback In any
detail. This Increased tho enjoyment
of tho Inrgo assembly of guests.
Among tboso present were;
The guests were Miss Ethel Annus,
Mrs. S. M. AnRiiH, Mr. Adams. Lieu
tenant F. M. Andrews. D. V. Ander
son. A. L. C. Atkinson.
Lieutenant nml Mrs. Howen, Major
and Mrs, Durnliam. Mrs. H.ihlwln, Ed
ward lluriihuui, W. II. Ilenton. Mr. ami
Mrs. w. A. Hryan. Mr. mid Mrs. ll.il
lentyne. Lieutenant mid Mrs. Ilartou,
Miss llnnhiiiu, Mrs, Il.irn.inl, Lieuten
ant mid .Mrs. Holler, Lieutenant lkilrd,
Miss Drowning, Miss Undent) ne.
l'cicy Cleghnrn, Captain ami Mrs.
Cullor, Captain mid Mrs CiiiinliiKliuni,
Captain and Mrs. Christy, Mr unit Mrs.
llrtico Curtwrlght Jr., Judge and Mrs.
Cooper, MIkh Alice Cooper, C. II Car
iiiicbuel, Mr. mid Mrs". V. It. Castle,
Mr. and .Mrs. Albert Castle, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Cooke, Miss Castle, Dr. mid
Mrs. C II. Cooper, Alfred Cooper, Major
and Mrs. Campbell, Captain mid Mrs,
Cnrtr, Captain mid Mrs. Cook, Lieu
tenant mid Mrs. Crockett, ex-tlovernor
mid Mn- n. It. Carter, Captain Culllson,
Lieutenant Chamberlain, Captain nnd
Mrs. Clark, Captain and Mrs. Chapman
Mrs. Kllrahcth Church, Miss tllancha
CnrtwrlKht. Surgeon nml Mrs. 1). It.
Carrie, Director Moses T. Clegit, Mrs.
and Miss Cochrane, Mlts Edith Cowles,
Kilgiullcr-dcncrnl and Mrs. Davis,
Major mid Mrs. A. M. Davis, Major
mid Mrs. Do Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Cllvo
D.iUes, Mr. mid Mrs. F. XV. Damon
Mhs Damon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter nil-'
Illinium, Lieutenant Doak. Lieutenant
and Mrs. Deniiner, A. It. Dondern.
John II Kills, Lieutenant Ely, Mr, u nil
Mrs Elirlmrn. Captain and Mrs. Ed
wards, Mrs. Elllcott.
Clnvirnor und Mrs. Frear, Ralph For
ster. Miss Freeth, Captain Forsyth,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Foerster.
T. XV. V. Clrny, Robert Clrny, Lieuten
ant nml Mrs, Gregory, Mr. and Mrs.
J, A, Clllniiin. Miss Oilman, Miss Her
mit, Captain anil Mrs. Gibson, Lieuten
ant ami Mrs. (liilllon, Captain and Mrs,
(lame, Miss Cl.unhlc, Lieutenant and
Mrs, Graham, Lieutenant Ornnlngcr,
Mr. mid Mis. Alonzo Onrlley.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Howell, Dr.
IIoilRlns, Mr. and Mrs. Frank lliilstend,
Mrs. Edward Holmes, Mr. and Mrs.
Hepburn, Dr. Hedeiniinn, Miss Gerlrudo
HardliiR, Chaplain Houlihan, Captain
nnd Mrs llalRht, Lieutenant J. K.
Hume, Lieutenant and Mrs Hanson,
Dr. mid Mrs, George Heibert, Miss
Mr. mid Mrs. Klch.thn, Major ami
Mrs. Koestcr, Mr. and Mrs Khunp,
Major and Mrs. Kennedy, Mls Onnln
Kennedy, Lieutenant and Mrs. Kay,
Mrs. Stanley Koch, Waller Kendall,
Lieutenant Lewi, Lieutenant Ijiiu
iter, Lieutenant ami Mrs, linnKunrrkcr.
Mr. Linsliig, Mr. mid Mrs. I.-itHtiK,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Lincoln, Miss
Hnltle Lucas, MNs C Idiiuliersoii.
Assistant-Surgeon mid Mrs Marshall,
Colonel Muiislleld. Captain mul Mrs.
Marquurt, Miss Marquart, Lieutenant
mul Mrs, Matthews, Captain ami Mrs
McClure, Miss Miiuds, Lieutenant and
Mrs, Morrison, Lieutenant Mllllklu,
Miss Mllllklu, John It. Mneiiiilny, Dr.
nml Mrs. Murray, O, A. McEldnwney,
,V Mulford, Mr. nnd Mrs. J A Mc-
Cnmlless. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. II. MrHtock
er, the Misses McStocker, C P. Mc
Avoy, Miss Mnkla Mugoon, Miss Violet
Mnkee, General and Mrs. Macomb,
Lieutenant McCleery, Lieutenant and
Miss Helen North, Mrs, Sarah II.
Ncwcnmb, K. A. I'. Nowcomb, Miss
Captain ami Mrs. Orton.
Mr. nnd Mrs L. Tcnney I'eck, Lieu
tenant IV) ton. Lieutenant I'fell, Cap
tain and Mrs. Pruden, Lieutenant and
Mm, Parktr, Mr. nml Mrs. M. F Pros
ser, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Palmer, Dr. and
Mrs. Ptitman, Lieutenant Price, Lieu
tenant Pardee, Mrs. E. Pardee, Captain
and Mrs. Putnam.
HurRcon Rnluus, Miss Hooney, Lieu-
tennnl nnd Mrs. Rodney, Will Roth,
Llei.tennnt Ropers, Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo,
II. tltchnrdson, Mr. and Mrs. J., M.
Miss Scales, Mrs. B. D. Scales, Sur
geon nnd Mrs. Shepherd, Cnptnln nnd
Mrs, Shuttleworth, Captain, mid Mrs.
Scales, Captain and Mrs. Sturges, Lieu
tenant Sheridan, Miss Mary Sehaefer,
Robert Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs. M At.
Scott, Miss Marlon Scott, Ilanney Scott,
Mr nml Mrs. H. E. Sbecdy. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Sehaefer. Mr and Mrs. Hubert
SliliiRle, Miss Blanche Soper, Mr. and
Mrs. A O, Smith, Mr. and Mrs White
Sutton, Miss Ethel SpaldliiR. Air. and
Mrs. k M. Hwnnzy. Miss Swanr.y. Lieu
tenant Snnfnrd, Lieutenant nnd Atrs,
XV II. Smith. Air. and Atrs. Geo. Slier-
innti, Allss Sherman. Atr. and Mrs. Geo.
Sherman. Miss Katherlno Stevens, Mr,
and Airs. S. II. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Taylor, Major
and Mrs. Tlinberlakn, Lieutenant and
Airs. Turner, Dr. and Airs. Tutlle.
rtev Canon nnd Mrs. Ushornc.
Veterinarian mid Airs. VunsAgnew,
Allss, Warren. Captain and Airs. Wat
kins. Lieutenant mid Mrs. Wright, Col
onel W K. Wilder. Captain mid Airs.
Wnlcott. Lieutenant and Mrs. Wlnnln.
Lieutenant Warren, Lieutenant Winter,
Air. nnd Airs. Ii M. Watson. It. E.
Wright. Airs. Wilcox. II. XV. Worral.Dr.
and Airs. E. C Wnterhouse, Air. and
Airs. J. A. Wilder. Judge nnd Airs. Wil
der, Air. and Atrs. Gerrlt Wilder. Air.
nnd Mrs. Chns. Wilder, Airs. Gardner
Wilder, Air. and Airs. Carl Wldeinann,
JiiiU-o and Mrs. Whitney. Allss Agnes
Wnlker, Captain and Mrs, Wallace,
Captain mid Airs. Winters, Cnptnln mid
Airs Wilbur, .Mrs M C Wldilineld,
Lieutenant and Mrs. Williams, Lleuten
nut ami Mrs. Wind, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Watklns, Mr. and Airs. J. 8. Walk
er. Air. and Mrs A F. Wall, Mr. and
Airs Harry Wilder. Miss Warren, II,
XV. Wright, .Mr nnd Mrs. L. Wnlden.
Ml Immortelle Bud died this morn-
in. Jilt when the win becomin' th'
moit pop'lar girl In town she tung In
public. A married man alius has a
hard time fell In' fer a dime on account
o' to many pants buttons in his
Lone. Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. Sec
that it is properly fed. Growth
of every kind demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed it witli proper
food, a regular hair-fond. Feed
it with Aycr's Hair Vfeor. Tims
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
aboutyourhair and about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow !:.' advice.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
lit v ill Sf i
1 m t
if H wW
11,1 !?K 0 1 1 1,1 i
This is one of the principal
You get sterling value when
you purchase one of these suits.
Suits of Elegance for Young
who appreciate style
Pr.rrH t tt I. C A,fr & C. , lfa.lt, rfiii,, U. S.
LOCAL BOND ISSUE
WASHINGTON. I). '., Jimn 29.
Trriltnrl.ll Treasurer I). I,. ConklliiR of
Hawaii bad an Interview with Presi
dent Taft yesterday and later nn
niimieeil that tlio President had ap
proved Ilia Issii.ineo nf Jl.r.no.nno public
Imptmeinent builds nf the Territory of
Ilav.all, whlrh aro to bear 4 per cent,
lnteiest, payablo seinl-nnmially. The
bonds arc to be Issued fur a term of
thirty years, with tlio option of tlio Ter
ritory to redeem them at tho end ot
twenty years. They will Im offered for
public salu at Now York sonic llinu In
Tho proceeds of tho salo of tho bonds
will bo used for the, extension of water
and sewer works, tho hiilldliif? of
wharves and dredRliiR of the, harbors,
bulldliiR new roads to districts belliR
opened up to tho small farmer, and
for school mid other needed public
The present debt of the Territory Is
14,001,000, und provision hai, heretofore
been made to pay off tho debt as It
becomes due. The assesseil vnluu of
tlio real and personal property In tho
Territory January 1, Hill, was 115.1,-
000,100, tlio present debt belliR a trllln
over 'J 1-2 per cent, of tho assessed
Entered for Record July II, 1911
From 10(30 Vn. ti4tN p. mT
I'nmntl.i Kanak.ioluna and hh to
V A Kchnefer D
Mnry noincz by Riln to Kohnln
Land Co Mil t D
nirbard 11 Trent, tr, to Kstlirr
Kelle , ,- He'
M XV Tscbudl nnd wf to H'lher
Kst of (1 (' llecMey by trs tn lis-
Iber Kelle I)
Ksther Kelli and lisli to Trs of list
of O ( Ileckley ' II
A St V. t'llonala and nf to Hllen
A Pnlyldnnk.tr , Tr I)
Ann 7. Iladley to Hllen A Poly
blank, tr I)
Hiiiuia I, It I'rahho and hsh to I,
A Cl i est. ("rnhlie D,
1, ARiiess Cratilin and bsti to Cecil 1
111 mm. tr , M.
I) J I'nonrndt .mid wf In Walter
Thurtell l.... M,
llnnk of Honolulu Ltd tn Ilruco I
farlwrlRbt Par Itel
ll.ink of ll.iuiill T.I.I to Ivato W
Cooper et III '. Itel
II Wnterhouse Trust Co Mil to I
Kate Cooper et al Itel
Ilruen Cnrturlaht to Thomas H I
Kulo W Cooper et ul to Thoiuiis H
DoiirIiis ,... 11.
Thomas H DoiiKlns to Trs of Hst of
AblRiiit K C Parker M
Mrs I.ono Kaalkiioba and bsb to
Cnlon Mill Ci I,
t'st of J O Ciu-trr by exors to May
OeorRo II Carter by reRr tn... .Notion
Itnro C DiwImiii to Mary li .'"inter.. II
Entered for Rotord July 12, 1911,
From 830 a. in. to 10i30 a. m.
Joiliua Ahulll and f to Tr of Ch
of Jesus Christ f letter Day
William Clark mid wf to Manuel
S Lesliundro I)
Thomas H DoiirI.is to Kato XV Coo-
pei et al D
KdRar Ilenrhiiies and wf to Autonii
Dr. T. Sidney Elston of U. of C.
Comes to Visit I
I)r T Sidney Klstnn, proinliienl In
education on Hie I'o.ist, i hi Honolulu
with bis briile, formeily Mirs Nilllc
M Carthy of llerkeley. They are lsit
Iiir Mr and Mrs. Itnheit llond, nr
rlvliiK on Hie Kore.i jestenlny Mrs '
llouii was formerly Mlt Rowi'ii.i I'.l
hlon 'I'bo uiarrl.iRe took place July I
at the I'lrM t'liltarlan church of Ui'ikc
Dr. r.lston ami his In bin are
both isradu.itca of the diversity of
Calirornl.i After takliu; bis deRiee
Dr Hlstoii iiuiipleted bis similes In
JoIiiih Hopkins ITiihirslty He Is a
iiieiulx'r of the Phi lletu Kappa honor
sock I ) ami the Delta 1'psiliui frater
lllt He Is (onnected with the depart
ment or pbslcs In tho University of
Cnlifollil.i mid Is tlTe sou of Itev A M,'
Hlslon. Mrs. Klston Is u mi inber
of the I'otmiemi society Slie Is the
d.umliter of Mr, and Mrs, YV. J Mc
$ 1 00.'
npHE HAWAII PROMOTION COMMITTEE
1 hereby offers a prize of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for the Best Design for the 1912
FLORAL PARADE POSTER. Owing to the
shortness of the time, all designs must be sub
mitted to tho Committee on or before August
D. P. R. ISENBERG
Chairman, Special Committee on
1912 Floral Parade Poster
Just recnheil ,i now shipment of
"lien" Ilrnnd, f'oylnn Tea. In small
Runny sackH. Ilcuiy May ft Co., Ltd ,
Dlstrlliutnrs, Telephone 1271.
The average child of six jcara uses
fewer than four hundred words In his
Hart. Lieutenant Iloyt. Miss Helen ' ''""V eonvrrsnlliin.
HoiieIi, Mrs, IIoiikIi, Dr and Mrs.
Untidy, 8. CI. Illnes.
Mr mid Mrs1. Richard hers, Mr, and
Mm Paul IsenberK.
Ktewmd Johnson, l.leiitennut Jack-
I sou, Dr, and Mrs. Judd, Captain and
Mis. Johnson, Dr. and Mrs. Johnstone,
Mrs Johnstone. Kurcenn mid Mrs.
3JL5 James, Major Jenkins.
Real Irish Laces
New Shipment of TAHOES ex 8lerra
Rubber Mocks occupied the atten
tion of tho "hired" toda), and tin I"
was a lot of Interest In tho transfers'
of TanJoiiR Olok, whlib sold at such a
lively into ycslird.iy afternoon and this
inornluK that It fiirnlibed the feature
This stock has been selllnK around 111,
but owlm; to the tact Unit the sales
mado aro In old ntock helm; taken up,
that iloes not paitlelpatn In the new
allotment unihr tho stoik Incte.iho
plans carried out, Tho price hrouidit
III tlif-oii sales jesterikiy and today
Mirled from :U 7.r. to :i:t,
With siiKar at I 'J:!c, tho plantation
slot ks mo stioiiR, Olaa sold al I.',.1.",,
and Oaliu strrliKtbeneil Iripin IKMljr, to
:ll lletween bo.inW llua went fioui
31 r,:T, In ,ll 7r.. and Walalu.i fiom 111! to
Treatment la preventative at well ai curative. It direct! davel.
opinent In youth, Increase itrcnntli and vitality in middle life,
and pottponet "old age."
Solendid results are vbtaincd both In acute and chronic case.
175 DERETANIA, Corner Union Street 'PHONE 173.1
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St., opp. Young Phone 30S8
A innrlRaRO fur $3i,Uftn baa been
filed nivrrliiB tlm properly 11 1 tho cor
ner of KIiik nnd Pin I stieets nrcn
pleil by tho Ciunst-KaMii ClRiir Ktorn.
The iin)ipity Is mnrl.'n,(vd tn the
ti unties of tlio Ablsnll K Camiibull
I'nikor Ustntt by T. S, Doiiclas
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Bg THE FORMFIT
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