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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1911.
You should tet our now aitorlment of MI88E8' and YOUNQ
WOMEN'S CLACK VELVET, DLACK KID and PATENT
Alto WHITE CANVAO, ONE and TWO 0TRAP3, with TLAT
81 LK NECKTIE B0W8. Prices! $2.50, $3, $3.50 and A.
Wo have never before had tucli an assortment as now, and
l will be worth your while, to Inspect.
Imagine getting your daughter, who wears a women's site
shoe, a pair of the smartest last out, In VELVET, 8ATIN, PAT
ENT or WHITE CANVAS, with LOW HEEL8I
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL E8TATF, INSURANCE,
Will buy a BEACH LOT near
Excellent' Sea Frost Keeidenos
lite. Frnit trees and grtw grow
k(t on lots.
TRUSTS, BEAI 'ESTATE AND
Cor. Merchant and-Alakca fta.
I-nrge CORNKR LOT, 200x225, on
litis avenue, Knlniukt. Krco frum
stones; good toll. $1800.
Two lots on I'miniil uvenue. 50x100,
Near ear llnu. $300 each.
P. E. R. BTRAUCH
Walty Building 74 S. King Street
Iloniitlful lotfl In Nnunnu Tract nt
$2M) up. Electric car service.
Chnk't) lots In Knmchaiiieha Park
Tract, near the schools.
I.iiIh within walking distance of town
A few lots (in Kulllil roail nt J 3 DO.
Four cottages In llrst-cln&s condl-
tlmi, renting for $30 per month $2800,
FOR RENT Splendid six-room cot-
tuge; modern in every detail $2C.
J. H. SCHNACK.
137 Merchant 8treet
Stop Paying Rent
DONDERO & lANSIKQ
Phone 2553 ' 83 Merchant Si
$500 to $15,000
Seal Estate Agency
Boom No. 20.
Qorner Fort and Merchant Streeti,
C. L. HOPKINS
Eyitematizer, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary BIdcr. H0UBS
a. m. to 4 p. m.
GENERAL BUSINESS AQENT,
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Smith Bts.
P. O. Box 946. Phone 2542.
F. H. BDBNETTE
Com'r. of Deed, for California ait
New York; NOTARY FTJBTJ0;
Brant MarriaRe lioensea; Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills' of lalt,
Leases, Wills, Ete. Attorney for thi
District Courts. 7SMEBCEAXIIT
0N0LULU. FE0NE 1310.
A Savings Account
k for Your Boy
WtH he an ('duration In the first
principles of purees
Knowledge of the
Value of Money
Open an Account in Ills name
and show hint the credits for
deposits mid Interest.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus $1,150,100
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rltles ot all kinds. I-a Zacaulpa, Oil
apas, Itlo Mlchol, Hidalgo rubber) Ms
cot copper; Prutsslma Hills oil stocl
W. E. LOGAN
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Ce'
Capital : $1,500,000.00
Trust Co., Ltd.,
923 FORT BTREET
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen, Streets
GEO. G. GUILD
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
.(taught and Sold
S07 JUDD BUrLDINO
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box 607
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
63 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 F. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Thursday, July", 13.
NAMB OF STOCK.
0. Drower A Co
Kwa Plantation Co
Hawaiian A Brie. Co
Haw. Con. ft Sua. Co. . . .
Hawaiian Sugar Co
Honorau Buna.- Co
Honokaa Sugar Co
Hnlkr Sugar Co
Hutchinson Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co. ..
Kekoba Suga, Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McBrydo Sugar Co
Onomea Sugar Co
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd
Ftauhau Sugar Plant. Co.
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co.
Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Pioneer Mill Co,
Waialua Agile Co
Walluku Sugar. Co.
Walmaaalo Sugar Co
Walniea Bugar Mill Co. . .
Inter-Island Steam N. Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co. . . .
HOH.R.T.&1, Co, Fret.
Hon.R.T. L Co. Com.
Mutual Telephone Co. . . ,
HlloR.Il. Co., Pfd
Hllo R. R. Co., Com....
Hon. B. ft M. Co.
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. .
Taojong Olok R.C.. pd up
do douBS.GGX pd..
Pabang Rub. Co. (Pd)..
Pabang ".(Asa. 40Z Pd)
Haw.Ter.4 (Fire CI.) .
Haw. Ter. 42
naw. Ar. n
Cat. Beet Bug. ft Ret. Co. e
Hamakua Dltcb Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw. Irrgtu. Co., Ga
Haw. Com. ft Bug. Co. 6
Hllo R. R Co., lasue 1901
HII0R.R.C0., Con.C ...
Honokaa Sugar Co., 0 . .
Hon. R. T. ft U Co 6 ...
Kauai Ry. Co. Cs
Kobala Dltcb Co. Sa
McBryde Sugar Co. Ca . . .
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oahu R. ft L. Co. 6
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
Pac, Sug. Mill Co. 6a
Pioneer Mill Co. 6
Waialua Agrlc Co. 5 ...
SALKS Between Boards: ISO Mc
!lrle, $G.50; 30 Mcllrydo, $fi.D0; 20
McBryde, $0.50; 123 McBryde, $0.50;
10 l'iimcor, $200; 1U Pioneer, $200; 10
II. C. & H. Co.. $.18.00; 10 II. C. & S
Co.. $3S.C0; $2000 Olaa Cs, $80; 10
Kwa, $31.75; 25 r.wa, $31.75; 10 II.
C. & S, Co., $38.50; 20 Oahu, $31; 10
Session Sales: 10 Oalin, $31; 35
Oahu, $21; 10 Oahu, $31; 5 Kwa, $32.
$84.60 per ton.
quotation! 4.23c, or
Beets, J2s 3 3-4d
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT tlBEXTS
sVtOCKB AND BOND.
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBEB HONOLULU STOCK AND
Stock knd Bond Broker
Member ot Honolulu Btock ana
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard & Roth
STOCK AND BOND BBOKXBS ',
Members Honolulu Btock and Bond
Stangeowald Bldg., 102 Merchant St,
Distilled Water Ice
For Ice, Distilled Water and
Cold Storage, consult the
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Box COO Phone 112S
Tho endorsement of tho orthodox
Jewish congregation of Washington
for tho icnomliiatlon for the presi
dency and ro-electlon In 1912 was no
coaled 1'iceUleiit Tuft,
fS V . ! lit
im I rl H
JsH Isim,' J Kt
4Mlk Jaflaai sIbIbHbV If
PajsaaaV sV v fc
Htvt kuAtr It klM
It goea without Baying that every
thing In Best at The Encore.
Tuu biggest choleru gerui known la
on exhibition at the Anchor Saloon.
'Round the Island summer rato, $30.
Lewis' Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
The Ilawulliin l'lillateltlc Ausocln-
tlon will meet this uvening nt the
WolterB home on Spencer street.
If you want a, good Job done on an
uuto or carriage tuku It to Hawaiian
Currlage Mfg. Co., 427 Queen Ht.
Krce lectures. How to Lenin Kiencli
or Ceinmu In 5 wucks will ha giicu at
Yiiuiik Hotel Krlday,nml Satin ilay. 3
Suits made to your measure at
read:'-made prices by Occi. A. Mnrtln
Kmplio Theatro Building. Sulta $20
and up '
Nowjs thultuieUo Uuvu.your lot
lllled and graded. ItlilK up 28H0, P.
M. Pond, Constructlug Contractor, fur
For distilled water, Illre'u Root
Beer and all other popular drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Pupu will bo glad to know that he
can get shoes for himself und family
at twenty cents a pair. Ask the Oreen
Shoe man on Alakca.
Boy Scouts' Suits Krce. Iloya cult
at tho Oreen Stamp storo and usk the
man. Kverythlug freo for Oreen
Stumps, Fort mid Borctaniu.
Filling material for swampy places,
old cesspools and low lands, for sale
by Geo. M. Yamuda, room 208, Mc
Candloss building. Phono 2157.
Tinea icpreHciilativeS' fioin thn
chamber of commerco to tho hlilppera'
wharf cnniinltteo were liaineil yester
day by President Morgan of tho chain
lier: C. II. Cooke (leorgp Dcnlson and
J. I). Bolo,
Frnnk Alvord Perrctt, the Italian
sclontlst, und Prof. K. S. Shephurd of
Curneglo Institute, will build u rot
tugo un tho brink of tho pit of Halo
muumnu for their studies of Kiluiieu's
There will he a meeting of thn
Alewa Improvement Club, .this eve
ning lit the resilience of tho, presi
dent of the club. Will J. Cooper. Tho
meeting will couin to order at eight
o'clock, aud'a full ut(eudunco Is re
quested. Tonight nt tho Salvation Army Hall,
corner King and Nuuami .streets, two
prominent business "men, C. J. Day
and J. Mai tin will conduct the scrvlcos
throughout, Thoy will lin accompan
ied by music talent. A good time Is
Many Improvements urn In progress
on the Oahu Collegn campus. Tho
Cooke memorial art gallery U well
under way, tho third lloor of Castle
hull Is being completed ns a girls'
dormitory and plans uro nearly fin
ished for the annex to Charles It.
Tho Chamber of Conimereo receiv
ed yesterday a communication from
tho commercial iissorhitioiiH of Lis
bon, Portugal, stating that order was
being preserved in tliu now republic
und that there nhould be no belief
glv'eu to thn wild rumors of mon
Tho vlllago of Auinono, In Frnnce,
is snld to he the; healthiest phtro In
Kumpo. It has only forty Inhabit
ants, twenty-! In eo of whom are over
olghty j ears old, and ouo Is over ono
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loans
857 KAAHUMANU STREET
"V'OU men who like to be
smartly dressed wherever you go; not
ultra in style, but dressy you are the men
ult 1., in sn - '
to appreciate our
' lpKL 1,1
Hart Schafther & Marx
clothes. Let us show you the Shnpc-mnkcr for young men;
th'c'''Varsitv for all' men; the Norfolk for any who like out-
Suits $18 and
Elks' war " Th
Mil. AND MRS. P. F. PO.MKUOY
have arrived from Hllo und ure stop
ping ut the Hawaiian Hotel.
MISS VARXi:Y, u school teacher
from Maine, has been engaged to
teach In the Normal school here.
MR. NKLSON of the Federal Kx
perlmcut Station has gone to Olen
wood, Hawaii, us assistant to Mr.
Clowes nt the substation.
MRS. K. A. ROIIBINH, wlfu of K.
A. Bobbins, clerk lu tho olllce of the
Inspector Uenerul's department, is un
arrival nt Honolulu by thu transport
1.IKUTKNANT FRKI) R. PAI.MKR
of the Twentieth Infantry returned to
Honolulu this morning In thu troop
ship Sherman. Ho has been on thu'
Coast fur Homo time.
MR. AND MRS. SII1NOLK will sail
for tho Const in the Wllhelinlna to
be present ut tho marriage of Miss
Beatrice Campbell to tleorge C. Beck
ley. The weddtug Is set for tho llrst
LIKUTKNANT C. A. BOLLOCK Is
an ollker connected with the First
Field Artillery who arrived with the
troopship Sherman fiom the Const
tills morning und will take station nt
CHAPLAIN S. M IIKI.L, wife und
daughter, are passengers for Hono
lulu In tho transport Sherman, arriv
ing this morning. Chaplain Boll
takes station ut Scholleld Barracks
with the First Field Artillery.
COLO.NKI, I). J. Itumbotigh, In com
mand of two batteries uf the First
Field Artillery, was un arrival tills
morning In tho United States army
transport Sherman. Colonel Rum
bough was met ut tho Oceunlc wharf
by n delegation of local army olhcors.
He Is accompanied by Mrs. Rum-
bough und daughter. They will take
fetation ut Scholleld Barracks mid will
prove a welcome- addition to local
army social circles.
"TRUST" BUILT COLORADO
BEET SUGAR PLANTS
Committee Told H. 0. Have-
pieyer Furnished Vast Sums
to Establish Factories.
WASHINGTON, Juno 21. How vast
sums of money for the establishment
of beet sugar factories In Colorado
wero furnished by thu lato II. O.
llavenieer was detailed before tho
Hnrdwlck cnmuiltteu today by Clies
tor S. Moiey of Denver, president of
tho Great Western Sugar Company, u
Now Jersey curnouitloii of $30,000,000
L Sixteen of theso factories were com
bined In 1005 Into thu Great Western
Sugar Company, In which tho Ameri
can Sugar Helming Company owns 33
per cent and the Ilavemeyor estate
35 per cent of tho stock,
Morey was president mid director
of most of thu Independent factories
bofoio tho combination. Without thu
money furnished by Havcmeyer, Mo
rey said, tho Colorado beet jnigur fac'
torlcs could not have been built.
Moiey said niter 1002 ho always
consulted with Hnvcmujer In all his
"Mr. Hiivemoyer did moro for Colo
rado than any other man who came to
llio Stato'nsserted Moiey,
Welconilng, the live hundred dele
gates to the annua! convention of the
lolton-iieed crushers, lu New Yoik,
Major Gii) nor declared that the poli
tics of tint country should bu ion
trolled by business men.
Overcoats $16.50 and more
Store for Good Clothes" King St.
On the premises of the City At 111 Co.
tills murnlng there us u mix-up be
tween n Hawaiian mimed l'ua and lii
rlowa, a Japanese. The latter won the
victory, after knocking the Hawaiian
senseless with a big piece of timber.
The stick Is now In io-seslon of Po
lice Captain t". II. Biker, who visited
the scene of trouble this morning.
Kiiroiwa. who floored his opponent
with the tlrst Mow. Is now nt large,
having run nwny when he found that
Hie llnwnllnii wai. out of commission.
The police are on Ids trail, and It I
hillnved that hu will be locauu
riii enusu of the triniliie Is iiiikiiiiwii
Ah thu argument progressed, Kurnlwn
iilrkk.il un u stick mid struck l'ua wiui
such terrllle force that ho was knocked
senseless to the ground. After lui hud
ionic to himself he staggered towards
tho police station to report tho trouble
to the sheriff. .
T)r. W I.. Moore, the assistant coun
ty physician, who happened to be pass
ing In ii machine, saw Pua staggering
along the street und tuhl him to Jump
Into the car, taking lilni down lo me
olllce, where ho was ntteiuleil to im roru
being sent to the Queen's Hospital ror
l'ua Is n driver and the Japancso n
ARMY ANDJIAVY NOTES.
WASHINGTON, July 2. Tho Maro
Island navy yard will no longer be
mien lo visiting rcpresentutlvcH (if
foreign jHiwers, mid tho equipment,
capacity and matorlals In ( the yard
will bo kept secret from tho general
public. Protests In congress und
from vnrlous parta of tho country
that tho military und imvnl secrets
of tho Untied 8tutcs nro becoming
known to every foreign power nru
responsible for tho now order Just Is
sued bv tho nnvy department and
which upplles to evory navy yard In
thu country. Sccretury Meyer has In
structed every department head und
navy yard commandant henceforth to
observe the strictest sucrecy. Ameri
can navy yards no longer will lie open
to visiting nlllcers und naval experts
from foreign countries.
Under the old system n visiting of
ficer was shown every courtesy lu
uny navy yard of the United States,
but tho cry that our military secrets
were becoming known abroad has
cuuscd ut new policy to bo estab
Visitors may bo shown through tho
residential sections of tho yard and
nt times through some of tho ships,
but they uro not to bn piloted to thu
points where they would be enabled to
gauge tho capacity of tho American
navy yards for making repairs to
crippled or disabled ships und the
number mid stzo ot ships that can be
Tho olllclals of tho government urn
beginning to realle Unit the United
States has been too liberal in expos
ing Its methods and military prepar
ations und that It Is high time that
thn navy mid war departments piollt
by the example of various foreign
powers, particularly Japan, which Is
unusually secretive with regitid to
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
PILES CURCD IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMRNT is guaranteed,
to euro any case of Itchinj;, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding I'ilca in 6 to
i ) d.ivaormoney refunded. Made by
PARIS MKD1CINE CO.. Saint Louis,
U.S. of A. , '
place your onocn ron
" We make ever)- ilercrlpllon of
Rubber Slumps, using only the
best of rublxr, und our work
men ure experts.
OUR STAMPS PRINT CLEAR
LY AND LAST A LIFETIME
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Alexander Young Building
A TRUE BARGAIN IN RF.ALTY 13
OFFERED1 NEAR CORNER LILIHA
AND WYl.LIE STREETS. SOMEONE
WILL 8NAP UP THIS PROPERTY
FOR INVESTMENT) IF NOT, FOR
A HOME. DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS
TILL YOU HAVE SEEN
Island Investment Co.,
Member of Hawaiian Stock l"x
chuiige. Boom 103, Stungenwuld build
ing. Tilephonu 1SS4. Postottlce box
GOO. Cablo address: "Bulldog."
Chiffon Note Paper
by the pound at '
A. B. ARLEGH & CO., LTD.
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will Till your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
' 931 FORT 8TREET
CIGAR NOW la
S. E. LUCAS
Masonic Iliillillug, corner Ilotil and
The best J.chm's In town to lit errry
INSIST ON HAVING
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