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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JULY 17, 1911.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan ltooni Willi Hath and
Hoard from 14.00 n. Day
Eurcpeen Plan lloom Willi Hath Infin
J2.00 u Day
. Special Monthly Rate
A high-class Family nml Tourist Hotel,
Half block from Columbia Theater,
W ' nml mi the edge of tho ttclall Shop
ping District, Kvery room with l'ri
vnte llath. Polllv'ly Klreproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
If possible, n little better than
a Kodak ,
The Sa Special
in wlileh are incorporated
certain refinement! that will op
tical to those who want the best.
Regularly fitted with the Zeiss
Kodak anastigmat ens f. G.3 and
Honolulu Photo Supply
FOnT ST. BELOW HOTEL
PI.ACE CARDS AND FAVOR8
Novel designs and artistic conceits
faithfully executed. Tho prices aro
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
r BISHOP STREET
.' IK COPLEY PBINTI ,
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Jfuu'anu Street .
( ( NEVER.-LEAK
Cheapest and best.
Will not taint water.
Waterproof and time-defying.
Requires no coating for many
.Can be used on flat or steep
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO STREET
Regal Shoe Store.
' Phono 3128
BANZAI SHOE STORE
Tetania Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
"Tho Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
. Works, Ltd.
; -j 8uecesors to 8haw 4 Seville
VMi KING 8TREET, NEAR ALAKEA
fVf.. ok inoi n. n. rv aii
fc r..-.w . . . - .-.
THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Cures tho Kidneys.
"f HE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de
signed for tho purposo of covering tho
needs of tho steeping, resting baby
from birth to three years and over, and
aids the mother in innumerable ways
to preserve baby's health as well as her
own. It Is tho only baby bed that helps
care for the baby, night and day.
THE SAFETY HOOD absolutely pre
ventc baby falling out or climbing out,
and Is also a perfect device for holding
up a rnosqulto netting off of baby, out
, UOOr, r .. .oh - . ..- ...--.-..,5,,. ..oiiis Allege A.umni unm.
can not hen reach the baby, whe ,. Tll0 ptaym, Illo Mttmui tramn
safely within. The hood Is also splendid
to hold a comforter If you want to dark
en the bed for baby's sleep, or to pre
vent draughts of cold air.
Notice that "THE TAYLOR NUR
SERY" l high. It goes over the
Mother's bed, and the frame slides un
derneath, taking up no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NIGHT
BOX at one side of the bed in which
to keep clean napkins, powder, and oth
er baby toilet articles. Tho Night Box
has a lid, so that soiled napkins can
be closed In tightly, thus avoiding
odors and the necessity of mother get
ting out of bed after she has retired.
Rugs & Draperies
J. lioppfiCo., Ltd.'
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P (J. lint 840 riione 3091
Fort Street Near Beretahla
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CH0NG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
FINE LINE OF DEY G00D9
WAtl Y1NG CHONG
Kino; Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
KINO IIm HEAR BETHJCl
Dealers in Furniture, Hattreiiei,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and Mil
8I0H FURN11UEE made to order.
And Cloth or Al Quality Can fe
M0 0ANDLESS BLDQ.
P. 0. Bos 001 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing WoTai & Co.
041 Nuuanu. near King Street
Fine Line of
SflBk iisflfiEifi C3 ltd
; " NOW SAFE
One thing happened nt the Athletic
j'.ir yesier.iny uini nns not oeetirreu j, jt-fTrloa Is said to he tliu richest pu
slneo. tho opening of thn scries this Viif.i. ni,. ,i - ..n,.i i ,.
yt.nP, ,, , ,,olnt win brought to
i,K ,y enptuln (leorgo Ilruns of tho
iiuvo iieen .oreo.i i,y ,.,o specinmrfl in
sit on. the ground when they romo In
from nliiylnR. iik when they nrrlvo nt
their bench they llnd tli.it In most cases
iiiuu i'um imiu ni'en ueeupieti uy
cn'Ctiitnr, who did not vnento tho Bents
when tho players returned from thu
lltM. Tho pliiyirs, therefore, hud tn sit
on the. cround, the ppectntnrs not real
izing' that the hall players needed a
comfortable place to sit nfter their linril
wink In tho Held.
Ymlerdny It wns the same wny. The
Kelo plAyers Were forced to sit on tho
Biomid while Homo of the xpectutont
3,i-, .....i .. ... .,., .,
llllul their scuts. To Dili Cnptnln
llrtilis objected nml showed I lie uian
UKir of tliti purl; i rulo which he wnnt-
I rnrrleil out lieforo tlioy played ball,
'I'll., rnti, trirr,il In I till. 91. Mnrtlmi
rtiiils us follows: I
fV. nt l.t .nh.t I,.. .m,l,,l ,. l,..lr
teum's bench, except tho hatsmnn,
luiKi-rimnoT, nml such ns nro leKnlly
1.7, circumstances Skill the umpire per-
.. '.... .
mil nny person except, mo pinyers linn ; -
HUltstltnt-M In uniform nml the nion-1H," ",""" '"'."Jf wealthy flKlit
uKer of tho team entitled to Its exclu- 'r' '"" ,,, ls fur fr0,n '"""' "''l"l'"'
slve use to bo seated, on iv bench." cl,t "Im1 ' f,"'c,', '?- wutcl' ",0 ll" fr
There wns much objection to thjs," llvlmf ,
move by tho Jiipaneiw commltteo In Durns Did Well.
chm-Ko of tho Kelo team, hut It dhl "Tommy Hums Is nnother who has
no Bitod, bf en lite Cap'tnln.Ilrims stood t "'""o well. Ho Is reputed to linvo stor
hy tho rules nritl thoj' 'wofe 'carried out ,'' nw"' In Rae.deponlt viiults and lmnk
lifter f,omo hiirp'''!talk on tho' part ot ,,"ok'' ,lot fm KU,000. Then
tho police. ' IV tllurns has n Rood brain that should
Tho rulo should bo enforced for tho
remninuer or tlin-.ecason..us. It ftli'es Uio.""1" "'" umiiuiik ujm uru piihu- ito
players plenty of room nni tliey. -feel
nil the better.
COI.millUS, O.. July 1, When of
nelnl unnouncement wua mado In tho
convention of tho United Mlna Work -
ers of America of the defeat of l'resl-
dent Tom L. I.owls for reelection by
.lomi 1'. Wliuo of UaKuloosu, la., Lewis
declnred that on his retirement April,
1 ho would no hack to tho manuul
labor of tho mlaea All tho old ollleers
wivo Lewis wero elected. 'White do-
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feuted Lewis hy n majority of 20,743 .them to lUl sides of tho park, lanilhu;
yotes, rvfelvhiK 98,93a votes, lletlrlnt: three outsldu tho fence heforo he sent
1'reiildent I.owls said ho hoped to ho u'n dunily over short for a. haso lilt.
delegato to tho next convention and!
was cordially, cheered. "It ImsN heen Kualll mid lljimnuliu wero not up to
ny llfo uim." ho said, "o sco, nil of tliulr rei;ular form Sunday, when tho
tho miners ot tho American continent laiviills played tho Sturs. They mado
united In ono liirifo hody, and I hopo tWj cwtly errors during tho nfternoon,
o seo it realluitlon ot my hopes, and I
will pledKo ms- word to you now that yctw-,l.iy moniliiB tho C. Y, A. won
heeauso I have heeu defeated I will not i,H .,,., .,.,,.. .., . Allr.Ma. 4.1.
Kll my lmowleilBo to friends or repro-
KCiitntlvcH of tho elnss which wo nro
fighting for living wages and tyours."
l'resldent-Klect 'White snld ho hoped
to reunite tho factions In iao organiza
tion nnd would try to respect Its pres
ciit'polleles. A resolution wns ndefpted
culling ori 11m Jonventinn nnd mem
ber of tho union to glvo nx'irnl and
financial support to strikes now In
progress In Ohio, Pennsylvania, Colo
rado and Nova Kcotln,
Tho Kelo University team can boost
of hnvlng put two pitchers out of com-
mission during their stay here.
JIM JEFFRIES .
LOS ANClRI.nS, Cnl., July 1. James
WorIl, ,1)lly, ,,, .frh.nila ,,;, whcro
h? mH vc,, n f ,,, fllf llrc,aro )at
tliq big bollermakcr lino saved nnd put
nwaJ. nt m1on
frlll8 of , fl,lHns ,,,, ,, wlmt
M Rprlng-strcet saloon haH paid him.
Tho,0 w,,0 km)w Jt.rh,K ,, ,,
nnotler nKllt wU Juck .,,, or nny
other scrnpper Is out of the question.
Tho echamplnn floes not need tho
money. Snld n friend of his the other
One of the Richest.
;l would not claim that Jim la tho
richest lighter In the himlnixn, hut on
tho other hand there, nr mlKlity few
puncher who have more of thin world's
ttAt.lH llnuiA.1 ---. -.l.. Is -..111 t..
r, . """"' "wuy WI" " " ?"" ,,u
hein tho most cood. I believe that If
It ramo to a showdown It would bo
.found" 'that few ot them, past or pres
ent, linvo put away us much coin as
"There- Is Uattllng Kelson. Homo peo
ple say that tho little Dane has banked
'' nolKhllOrllOOd Of 100,000,
IIkuics, ns I happen to know, aro not
fur wrong. ,Tho Battler uicd moro
Judgment than do most lighter when
I. ..... . ,. H.
" """ "'-"'"K money. -tommy
JEVnn. Who owns it 'saloon In New York
I""'!' liliri biiy.n. little Jam for his brealj
'" " reimtntlon its' n lacrosse player,
nnd It ho cun set uldettlcinent with tho
Htreet railway company of Hcuttlo,
nKiilnxt which ho hna n iluinagu suit,
he ahoulil niako H0.0Q0 thin acu'aoli
lilnylnn this latter Knnic.
.N'n lluhter In tho enmo today la
lilllnu ui money nny tfoater thnn Wol
Kimt. Ito bun mlOed about 135,000 to
Ills haul; ticeount In tho' hint six montliH
nnd la wortli-00,000'enslly,.o you neo
that money can bo made In this light
Jnir came, If you ko after It right
Attell Drops the Coin.
On tho other hind, thero la the typo
of llahter llko Aha Attell. A lot of folk
tl)lnk Abo In well fixed financially. Tho
fact of tho matter Is that tho little Jew
has Rambled nu-iiy most of tho money
Tho cards nnd tho ponies linvo tuken
nil of ii quarter of n mllllrfn dollars
from him. Look lit Jack Johnson, Ho
has thrown nwuy a pllo of money In
the last year, but ho Ht 111 has a clinnco
to ndd n hundred thousand or so to his
"Ileforo tho llRht with Johnson Jeff
wiib not any too well oft for money,
and would probably have had to ro to
work heforo die died. Ho mndu moro
than r.OO.COO by. tho Hello buttlo nnd
It bus moro than put him on easy
f.treet. Hlnee then ho has ndded Rreut
ly to that by Investments. Then his
Haloon, which was not Kyylnc so well,
fitranncly euouuh, took u spurt nnd
slneo tho IlKlit hna been colntiiR money
for Its owner.'
FAND0M AT RANDOM
Koymna and TaJuihnmn, tho former
.l',uVl"B center and tho hitter lioldlnc
down tho rlKht'-held position, play their
, positions well. Koyuina inukes dlvea
or an kiiiiis or nam lues, aim iiuiiuikc-s
to Ruther them In almost every timo.
In tho fourth limine Saturday Kualll
played wllh HiishneH'H curves, setiillns
T;loril WUll ,,s.cr0W1, on ,mnil ,lt tho
park to witness tho contest.
I ' 1
I Tho Kelo nlno-gnvo n flno exhibition
'or hunting In tho sixth Inning of tho
Htnr-Kcln gamo Saturday, when they
scored flvo runs,
rtlco liiailo soma pretty steals In the
Saturday gamo against tho P. A, I!, nnd
tiled hard In scorn every timo ho got
safely to llrst.
Harney Joy threw tho ball In every
direction Saturday In tho first Inning,
allowing tho Kelos to score two runs
Advice From Health Boards Re
gardlag Daager of Rata
Health boards. in leading cities are
starting a crusade against rats, as
the greatest danger to both prop
erty fand health, carrying disease
germs into the home.
Every citizen should aid in ex
terminating rats and use Stearns'
Electric 'Hat and Roach Paste (en
dorsed by health officers) and kill
on the rats, it is also sure dcatn
to mice, cockroaches, waterbugs and
other vermin. Money back if it
fails. f -
Sold everywhere, lie sure to'get
the genuine; 25c and $1.00. Stearns'
i Electric Paste Co., Chicago, 111.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. AT CHAMBERS.. IN PRO
BATE. IN TUB MATTBIt Or MANUnLOON-
SAI.VKS 81MOES, DECBASKU.
NOTION QV SA1.B OK HEAL 1'ltOI'
BUTV. Pursuant to on order mail tho 10th
day of July, 1911, by Hon. W. J. Itob-
Inson, Third Judge of tho above- Court,
the undvrslKtied SBI1ASTIANNA SI-
MOBS, AdmlnlMratrlx of tho Bstnto of
Manuul Clbnsnlvcs SJmoes, hereby gives
public notice that ha will sell at public
auction to tho highest bidder for cash,
on Wednesday, tho 2Cth day ot July,
1911, at 12. o'clock noon, nt the Auc
tion Rooms of James V. Morgan;
Knaluimanu Street, Honolulu, nil of tho
following described Heal Property be
longing to tho above cstqtc:
Those two ccrtnln plecH or parcels
of land sltuntcd nt Mokuuea, Kallhl,
Hopolulu n foresaid, being known ns
Loth 1 and 2 In Illock 2 of tho Kaplo
lanl Trnct, nnd more particularly de
pcrilieil as follows:
llcgliinlng at tho Niirth corner of Lot
1, Illock 2 being tho South corner of
the First Street and Mokuuea Hoad,
nnd running ns follows:
1. fi. 47 40' B. 100 feet nlong First
2. R. 42 20' W. 100 feet lilonjf I.ot fi,
3. N. 47" 40' W
100 feet nlong Lot 3,
4. N. 42' 20' E 1Q0 feet along Mo
i kauen Iload to tho Initial point;
area, 10,000 squnro feet, 'nioro or' less;
being tho wiinoi premises conveyed to
said Mnmiel (lonsnlves Hlmoes under
tho' name of Manoe aonsalyes Slmoes,
bv deed of. Frank F. Fernandez, dated
May 7, 1909. and recorded In' the 6mcfe
o( the Itexlstrar of ' ' Corivcynnccn 'In
Honolulu' In IlJk 319, fn'Pdgd 29.
The. sale of the. nhovo Property will
ho r.ubjc'ct to confirmation by tho' Cir
cuit. .Court or tho First Circuit, at
Chambers, In Probate, Terms; .Cash.
Deeds nt tho oxtiense of tho nurchaser.
. For further Information'. Inquire of
WAnR-WAiiRBX tiiaykh, Attorney
for Administratrix, COS Htartgenwnld
IJiilldlng. "Honolulu, "or JAMBS V.
Hoiinlulii, July 10, 1911.
4974 July 10, 17, 24.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIR8T CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS. Dl
Chew 8ak Pang, Libellant, vs. Chew
Hk Seng, Libellant Libel for Oi
NOTICK OF I'KNDKNCV OP L1HHL.
Tho Territory of Hawaii to Chew link
You uro hereby notified that there Is
now pending before tho Presiding
JudK at Chambers of tho Circuit Court
of tho First Circuit, a libel for di
vorce Instituted against you by Chew
Kal: Piing, tho llhellant, iiIIckIiib oh
grounds therefor desertion and non
support by you of the snld llhellant,
praying for 11 decree absolutely dis
solving thy bonds of matrimony here
to tore nnd, now. existing between you
and her, nnd for tliq awarding to her
of tho custody of tho children. . ,
You nro further notified that Thurs
day, the 24th day of August, 1911, at
tho hour of nlno In tho forenoon, at
Chambers, In thn courtroom of tho
nhove-entltled court, In Honolulu, City
and County ot Honolulu, Territory o(
Hawaii, bo tho timo nnd pluco for
henrlng said libel.
Witness tho Honorable W. J. ROB
INSON, Third Judge of the Circuit
Court of tho First Judicial, Circuit, at
Honolulu nfnresnli), this 15th day of
!)y the Court:
itOIJT. PAnKF.Il JTL,
tyOB Juno 19, 20; July 3, 10, 17, 24
E8TATE FRANK T, CLARKE.
Notice to Creditors.
. rrr- 4
Tle undersigned, duly appointed ad
ministrator of tho Kstato of tha l.ito
P.-nnk T. Clarke, hereby gives notlco to
nil creditors hnrlug claims against said
estnto to presont tliem, duly authenti
cated, whether secured or unsecured, to
tho undersigned, nt his olllco In Stan
genwnld Ilulldlug, Hoom No. 51 1, Hono
lulu, within six months from this' date,
or they will bo forever barrml. And all
persons owing said deceased nro noti
fied to make Immediate settlement with
Dated, Honolulu, T II., July 10, 1011.
w. K. nnwKi.i..
Administrator, Kstato of Frank T.
4974 July 10, 17, 24. 31; Aug. 7.
Waekli UuIIetla IT per year,
ROSA & CO.
Bottled .in Dond
JULE3 PEI'.CHARPS & FILS' a,
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Queen Street
t01 IAIJC AT AIL BABI
Cream Pure. Rye
lOtJtTOX AHP 0 0.
You'll tad they're all food fal
lows 'here! ' ' " " -
"It's the Fashion
Hotel ar. Fort D. H. Datlet, Fro.
1 acific Jaloon
'icma atd' rouAmr stbeets
..For thf BEST RENT CARS In the
city, rlno up
h .OLbSMOBILE, No.. 44 '..
J',,J',RENAUL,T,:'r4o. 404 ":
, . LANDAULET, No. 580
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Bufineii
Agents for such well-known cars
Packard. rope-Hartford, Btevens
Ouryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Uulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
olhers. f '' 1 '
Supplies & Repairing
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALGAROBA EAN; ILLS
And ' "'
ONE 8ECOND.HAND STANDARD
QASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA 8TRE4JT, Telephone 2435
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily, disorders-j-lsdies and oentlemen.
BARON 8CHOOL OF PHYSICAL
' i ' CULTURE
Phone 24S7 or call at 17a S. King 8b
E. O. HALL- & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort 8ti, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, 'Glassware
.and Kitchen Utensils) Sporting Goods,
Guns,. Revolvers and Ammunition,
WINES AND LIQUORS
Agents For :: "jf J, -
We deliver to 'any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
rOearr Street, aboie Union Squat
Jut eptoiiie Uetd St. ttuslf
Enropetn Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan! S3.00 a da up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
Ings cost $200,000. High clans
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus,
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart, now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters..
Cable address, "TraweU'.' A, U. C.
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,'
Hotel St. Francis
-Union Square, Ban Fnaoioo.
Under the Hanafreaent H
FACING the beauUinl park
In the heart of te elty,
which Is the theatre of
, the. p.lsclpsl eTeula of
the fauidus fesllrals of Hasj
Fninclsco this, hotel, In en
Ironnent, and atmosphere, ei
presses iiiost' pleasantly 'the
comfortable .spirit of ,' oU Cat-'
Ifornta.."" '" '
The royalty ani obtUty n
the Old World and tha Far
Kast and tha men at kbjh
aeblcTeniant 'In Akrrlea wha
assemble here contribute to the
eo'ijaojpolhin, aUiPspherp.of an"
IUtljlu(lou ivlilch represrati
tltjj hospitality and "ladlrldaal
Hy( ,of Han" Fruucls'co ' to' the
'Iho bulldloj, which marits
the furthest ad ranee of seleare
In service, has" now the largest
eapncltr of any hotel etroetsre
tn the West, and nponyeomple
tlon of the 1'ost street annei
nlll be thelnrgost eararansery
lu the world.
WHILE THE SEQTICE IS UN
USUAL, TUB I'HICKS AUK
European Flan froa $3.00 Up
p 1 ..i.j.i 4..V..;, ,.i- i ,
IS AT '
NO COllAI, GOOD WIIITK BAND
IIOAUD ItATKS LOW
Rooms and Board v
W- C. Bergln, Prop.
FINE LOT OF LIVE CHICKENS
FORT STREET PHON.E ,109
II "ill' ' ' "
The BICYCLE DEAJJ28. and U
PAIEEB, has moved to-
18 0 KINO i'TElVIT
New location Hed front, ntu
Younfr Building, Telephone $518.
Ilulletlu Editorial lloom I'boiir
2185. H U 1 1 0 1 1 n Uustnesi Office
l'houe 2250. -