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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JULY 15, 191U -
m THE IMPERIAL
heavy duly Marin and Stationary Gas Engines are built lnJ8an Francisco,
Cal! 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Cylinders) 4 to 230 H. P.
Imperial rapid advance in trade le due to Iti having, the. hlyhett effici
ency of any gae engine in our market. Every poetible precaution is taken In
' the manufacture of Imperial as to beet ot material being used, exact, and
standard sizes turned-out. .Be sure the name "Imperial" Is on your engine.
Qood engines are cheap at reasonable pricesi cheap engines are dear at any
price. Call and we will ehow you Imperial engines, big and small, marina
and stationary, wurklng in Honolulu. Imperial agint for Hawaiian Islands la
HENNINQ A. PETERSON, 1150 Alaksa Street, P. O. Box 155, Honolulu.
SECRETARY NAGEL'S REPORT ON
$ 1 00.
npHE HAWAII PROMOTION COMMITTEE
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 the Committee on or before August
D. P. R. ISENBERG
Chairman, Special Committee on
1912 Floral Parade Poster
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Warm Weather III
M Foot Troubles mL
Wyr ' Tho warm woather heats the skin f
f ' - and makes the feet tender. You can AM
II not enjoy hill climbing if your foot are II
ft not fit. Qet them In condition: use f&2fl
RHi Johnson's foot Soap - (Hfl
"'l .IIi:tU- IS NOTHING AS QUICK IN HI
kWk IT8 ACTION. ' IHI
IK Benson,Smith'&Co.,Ltd., M
ImWa' Fort and Hotel Stroctt lri
ImmtSU s tor EJrfeMl
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The Leading Fantily
MISS' JOHNSON, -Prop.
AND HAUtlUT ITOM OIT TIII3
raoM coi.umuia invert
OAI'KS Iir.CElVIlD LAST WI-i-lC IN I'INIJ CONDITION.
runs it thansplantkd m.i.AWAitu iuvkh shad, in
rmsin CONDITION FOlt HAKINO. YOtJIl OHPl-Il WU.U
HAVE I'UOMI'T ATTENTION.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON o. LOUIS, Proprietors
Dr. Schurmann, 0stX
173 DERETANIA AVE., corner. Union St.
kJSaHBB ' ill
, COMPANY, LTD.
8EE THIS HEADL1NERI
'"TbNIGHTI ' '
Singers and Eccentric Danctn
plTt'Clever Singing Team, J
Thrilllno, Tumtilina Feat
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AMATEURS, PARK, SATURDAY
Robin Hood and
"I Choote A1tn-e-Uile,,1l
WASIIINOTON, July 1. Secretary In a general way tlie'naturo of the
of Commerce ami Ijibor Charles Nagcl report. It la not the function of the
expresses himself as thoroughly sat- I commissioner of corporations to rec
alled with the report of Commissioner oinmtnd prosecutions, but he may lo
ot Corporations Herbert Knox Smith
regarding the status and methods of
tho steel trust. Ml. Smith hns been
Investigating tho formation and busi
ness operations of tho trust, under
the direction of Secretary Nagel and
President Taft The object of the
probe haH been to ascertain whether
or not the United States Stoel Com
pany has violated the provisions of
tho Sherman anti-trust law. The con
tents of tho report, now In the hands
of Secretary Nngcl, are strlctlyiguard
ed. It Is belloed that the recent
trend ot revelations In the congres
sional investigation of steel-Indicates
dlcutu the dpslrnblllty of action against
the trust Investigated Upon the spe
cific question of tho steel trust's ab
sorption of Tennessee Coal and Iron,
It Is learned that the commissioner
states all of the fucts, but a reading
between tho lines may Indicate a gen
eral belief on his part that the merger
was Justified, or at least that the 'offi
cials, President Hoosotelt, et nl, who
sanctioned It belle; ed at the time that
it una good public policy to counte
nance the absorption. The publica
tion -of the report is eagerly awaited
In financial ci titers throughout the
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"The House af Good Flltmi" 1
DROP JN AND LISTEN)
Barnes & Robinson
linTTEU THAN EVER
Denmarks' Eceentrlo Musician
NEWE8T MOTION PICTURES
Robinson Also Awards
Camp at Leilehua if, War
Judge W. J. Hoblnson yesterday af
ternoon granted William McQuatd u
decree of divorce from Charlotte Mc
Quald and also the custody of his two
children. Tho allegation of extreme
oruolty In McQunld's cross-complaint
Judge Hoblnson belloed was sustain
ed by the oWdonce adduced by Attor
ney Coke and that ground was the
basis of tho deciro In fanr of Mc
Quaid. Judge Robinson's decision followed
tho close of Uio argument mado In
behalf of Mrs? McQuald by Attorney
Lorrin Andrews. Mrs. McQunld'a sldo
of the caso was presented at length
by her counsel and ecry posslhlo
circumstance that could bo cited fa
orlng Mrs. McQuald was presented to
Andrews nsked thnt McQuald be In
structed not to tnfco tho children from
the Territory und as thero was no
objection from Attorney Coke a pro
vision to that effect was Inserted In
tho decree, Mrs; McQuald having the
right to sco tho children at stated In
ternals. Andrews excepted to Judge Robin
son's decision as being contrary to
the law and tho evidence.
Aicijuanrs cruelty chargo wart
based on his wife's nssorlitlcm with
Volney C. Driver. i
A National (luard Instruction en
campment at Icllehua some time in
September Is tho plan of Adjutant
General JoncH and he believes that
satisfactory arrangements can be,
made for the carrying out of the Idea!
Tho War Department has been asked
i to allow a portion ot the fund appro-
pilated for the Hawaiian National
Ouard to be used for the purpose and
It Is expected that they will return a
Aecoidlng to tho tentative plan that
has been outlined two companies at
a time will be sent out to Leilehua to
fenlaln a week under the Instruction
of regul ir otlkers detailed by General
The ox.tct ditu of the encampment
will bo decided when word Is receiv
ed from Washington, which Is prac
tically' certain to approve the Idea.
bids on bonds
IllI.pItr.N'." nal.nl daddy one evening when Kvelyn and Jack asked
him for a liullliiu- story. ' huvo jou ever heard of Ilobln Hood
JncL slid hli tiMtchr hail told him that Itobln Hood mis n una
who Hud Ions ago In Kuclniid; tint lie as a robber who took fronTJ
tbo.yjcli snd gave to the oor: Hint In those days this was not considered tiry,
vroiic. nlthuugli our lileis nlwnt audi IIiIuks lnu cbmigpil now; tlift llobha
Hood was conslderetl :i lino lij the poor folks of Knglnnd and that many.
stories nre told about hlin.
"That Is Just about right." said dnddy. "Now I am going to tell ou how
Uobln Hood Rallied ouu of his best men. He was standing one day In tho
forest of Sherwood, where Ik inmlo his home, when lie saw n joung man hr
n scarlet coat go bj. 'Hie joimi; nun was whlstllnt; mid seciiiid ciy happy."
'I will not trouble him,' sihl Itobln Hood, 'for I think lie Is on his uny to bis
Mml.tliK' 11 lit (lin tuivf line tl, amnn VnitliU ttlltt ttfinf ltf till nfttnt tt ft v"
t VVItllUH " mi- iiv stiij liiu niiiiii7 jwuiif, " i' v ",w wttn. M
This time ho wns without his scarlet clonk, and he seempd to bo very snd. 3
"Komn lloou stopped linn, rrieiui,' no sum, 'nave you an) tiling tor uoum
uoou anu uia ujerry iueu; t. n
,"1 unve noiuing out in is weuuing rim;, snui uie joung- man iou may
take It, for-1 bnve no more use for it I was to hive been married jesterdny,!
but my sweetheart's father snys sho must marry n rich old nnn nltuoughl
she loves roc. I nm too iwor for lilm." And ho looked sadder tliau ever.
"'We'll sco about that,' said Itobln Hood. Ho filt torry for the jonn.
man, whoso nnnio was Alan o-l)ile. 'Where Is the wedding (o Ui and wlicn?'
"'Today and nt the chutch five iiiIIcm from here,' said Alan. 'You must
hurry If you aro to save her from tho old mill '
l "So Itobln Uoocl dressed lilmelf up as a harper and went to the weddln
gThrro be was made welcome for his music When hi- hivv the lictutlful
young bride, her oyoH filled with tears, about to be married to a gru, bint old'
jtnsn he said out loud: '
. " Tills Is no match. Let tho bride choose her own bridegroom '
I "And with that ho took his horn from Ills hilt and blew :i loud blast. As
'quick as lightning a ctowd of Itobln Hood's men came lunulii from tho
'woods. With tbcm was AlunaDale, whom Itobln Hood had left vrl'li lila
'"Whom do you choose for your liustiinil!'
"I chooso Alnn-n-Dale,' said she. And the two wore married then and.
thero and went to live with Itobln Hood mid his men"
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Ladies' THP FA DM FIT Sachs Bid
Frnrks MIL rUKIfllll Rerctania
(Home of Vaudeville)
Houts Popular with All Class
Harney and Haynes
i Who Provoke Laughter
JuvtniU Whirling Danosrs
'In Vocal ' SsUetlons '
UP-TO-DATE MOVING PICTURE8
AMATKURS, PAIIK, SATURDAY
NEW OFFICERS FOR A.-O. F. ,
Court Lunalllo, No Cfioo, Ancient
Order of rorcster, has Installed Ihu
Chief ranger, Joseph Richards: sub
chief ranger, Charles H, Robe; trea
surer, John W. Short; flnariclul secre
tary, James K, Knullu; recording sec
retary, Carl II. Nlepcr: senior wood
ward, John Hllo; Junior wood waul,
Mimuol Richards; sonlor boa lie, Sam
uel Whllo; Junior bondle, nd. Koaloha
Trustees, Ilen Y. Wright. W. Kelle
mid William Chung Honn, Jr.
REUKVKD tN I
Ulds will now bo received by the
Tenltoilal (iov eminent for ull or any
palt of the bond hssue of 11,500,000
for public Improvements, authorized
by art of the last Legislature. The
denomination of the bonds Is 11000
each and they will mature August
1st, 1941, although they will be re
deamabto In 1931 attlie option ot the
'Tho principal and Interest will be
pa able at tho olllce of tho Territorial
treasurer or at tho olllce of tho Uni
ted States Mortgage and Trust Com
pany, f5 Cedar street, New York City.
A well known dim of New York
bond experts have given" their opinion
that tho bonds jvjll bo jexempt from
taxation by any State or political sub
division as uro bonds ot the United
Iltds will be opened July 27th.
WODKIIOUSK At "Abingdon, Eng
land, on July 13, 1911, Muj. James
Hay Woduhouse, lato II. I). M.'u
milliliter resident at Honolulu.
Every carbon lamp in town should
be replaced by a
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
8aturdsy, July IS
1i30 HAWAII8 vs. PORTUGUESE
3i30 KEIOS vs. STARS
Sunday, July 16
1l30 HAWAIIS vs. 8TARS
3i30 KEI08 vs. ST. LOUI8
Prloas 75c Me, 35c and 2Se
Reserved Beats for cantar and wing
of 'Krandstand can be booked at E. O,
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
7lcktes on Bale at M. A Qunst's
Cigar Store nnd Hawaii Drug Store
Hotel street, from, 1pm Saturday to
11 a. in. Sunday.
PURE KONA COFFEE
Insist on your grooar giving you this most dsllcious of Kona'a
Coffse. It'a tha kind that makes you want another cup.
Whole Roasted or Ground
MIDWEEK SCHEDULE, Commencing
at 4 P. M.
July 19 Kelos'vs. All-Chlne.e
July 26 Kelos vs. All-Chinese
PRICE8 50c, 35e, 25o
NEW DRUG STORE
Well 'Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATIJIt I'OUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at and of Bethel
EVERY TIME YOU TRY
Australian Butter .
ou enjoy a treat that comes with tha knowing that tha butter
you are eating Is absolutely pure.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
Weekly Bulletin 1 Per Year
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