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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUR8DAY, JULY' 20, 1911.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
, UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE
Amtrlcnn Plan Boom with ltalli nml
Hoard from J I 00 a Diy
European Plan Boom with UjIIi from
J2 00 n Diy
,, Special Monthly Ratei
A hlgh-ilnna rninlly unil Tourist Hotel.
Ilnlf block from Columbia Theater,
nml mi (he edge of tlio Itetnll Shop
plmr Dlxtrlct Kvcry room Willi l'rl
nto Hath. I'onltlvcly l'lrcproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
rntronlznl l p t .-emu of
rrlliii iHcnt llooms bIiirIo
or vn KUlle, with or with-
lit l'U tli '
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
TOR SPEED WORK
Wo havo a number of Kodaks
and Cameras especially adapted
for motion work where the great
est speed Is required.
Let us tell you about these
high-speed Kodaks and Cameras.
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT ST, BELOW HOTEL
PLACE CARDS AND FAVORS
J.'ocl designs and urtlatlc conceits
faithfully executed. Tlio prices are
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
IN COPLEY PRINT!
PACIFIC) PICTURE FRAMING
1050 Nuuanu Street
has a high Rlota finish nnd the
best nearltiK qualities,
w. P. rui.i.mi s. co "H I'urtn
'pitUPAItUD PAINT Im III ciry
ripect the must durable nnd
satisfactory paint jou cum usu.
Lewers & Cooke.
177 South King Street
"Tho I'loiKtr '"lumber"
182 Merchant Strcot Phone 1931
Sueetisors to Shaw & S.vlll.
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491
q . '
I Cures Com
Momach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
"THE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de
signed for the purpose of covering the
needs of the 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 the only baby bed that helps
care for the baby, night and day.
THE SAFETY HOOD absolutely pro
vchtc baby falling out or climbing out,
and is also a perfect device for holding
up n mosquito netting off of baby, out
of doors or in... Spiders and mosquitoes
can not then reach the baby, who lies
safoly within. The hood is also splendid
to nold a comforter if you want to dark
en the bed for baby's sleep, or to pre
vent draughts of cold air.
Notlco that "THE TAYLOR NUR
SERY" is high. It goes over the
Mother's bed, and tlio frame slides un
derneath, taking up no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NIGHT
DOX at one side of tho bed in which
to keep clean napkins, powder, and oth
er baby toilet articles. Tho Night Dox
has n lid, so that soiled napkins can
bo closed in tightly, thus avoiding
odors and the necessity of mother get
tiny out of bod after she has retired.
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO,
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone J0J
Fort Street Near Beretanla
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL '
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beratania Street!
FINE LINE OF DRY Q00DS
WAH Y1NG CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiilimnrket
Wing Chong Co.
XIHU II. NEAE 3ETHJCL
.Dealers in Furniture, Mcttretiei,
te.. etc. All kinds of K0A and HU
SI0N FDRNITUKE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality 0n b
M0 CARDLES9 BIDO.
Box 961 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Huuann, near King 'Street
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE' CO.
King and Nuuanu Street.
: SPORTS :
Miss Bertha Rapp Features-in
Fourth of July Wrestling
Bouts for Championship.
(hitch nnd wnno of our mauling
vvrcMllns slants had hotter look to
their l.iurils and "cc that Mlsa llcrthu
llntm. an athletic American Rlrl of
(Uruiuu pnrentnRO. doca not "nclsxorH-
liold" or ' half-Nelson" their liusKy
vhmildcra to tho mat.
MIm llniiii Is teacher of cnlcxthenlca
in finrliiinitl. hut her specialty Im
urtstlhiK. nnd while rcttirnliiK homo
on tho 8. S. Adriatic, which nrrled in
New York a fiw iIiijh iib from South-
iimiton, she thullciigcd, during tho
Tourth of Jills- ithliratlon. nny matron
iMiard ship t" n inUh-iis-catch-ean
matih cnnsUthiB of bouts of llvoinln
utt s each
Tun n.isxc niters of the second lahln
aciepled tho chnlleiiKt ono an Amer
ican uelchlm: HO pounds and the other
(tiorcra I.olinii.'inil. n Otrmull, whol
uflnlm mr. nonnds nnd had dona a
boihI deJl of mrrMlltiB In tho old coun
try. Miss Itnpp, who Is G ft. 9 In. tull
nnd wcIkIis ir.0 pounds, threw both men
on it mat that had been set up on tho
deck dlvldhiK tho first from tho seiond
eililit tiiiMMPiiirprM. uhn crowded ono
iinothcr In an itttcnipt to sec tho odd
When the nhidhitorH appeared before
tho Brent audience, the men were at
tired In nothlnR but athletic under
went nnd Miss Rapp In n short skirt
and sweater. l.lbby, tho American,
was tossed and linns about with tho
Krcntest of case, but inaniiKcd to
weather the llrst bout thrnuBh without
helm? riovvnid. During tho second bout
ho wns not so fortunate, his shoulder
being squnshed to tho mat In tho third
minute by his fair opponent. Tho Ger
man, Lohrmnnn, proed n toush prop
osition nnd n pastmaster lit tho game.
Willi Ills great weight nnd much
inustlc, combined with acute science,
ho was ahlo to stall tho glrl'f. gallant
efforts for four bouts 20 minutes.
The match was so even that tho ref
erco had to call n draw, tho big Ocr
man liavlnB no chance whatever dur
Ins tho entlro match of pinning tho
Klrl's shoulders to defeat, but several
times things looked Had for linn, nnv
lug u hard tlmo to break her holds.
tt tt It
A MONEY MAKER
Ail WolKBHt proiuldCH to ho n good
money-inuker; In fact, ho lias been nl
reiuly. Starting ulth tho llrnt Brown
light, January 8, nml Including thd Mo
rn n buttle of July 4, Wolgimt Is mild
to hno innilo $54,000, In a llttlo Iohs
than hIx montlix. Ho got JC000 for tho
llrst Bron light, 7000 for tho second,
14S00 fur tho MoiiihIc battle, u ciinr
nntciil "500 for Ijibtuvo, $8000 for ilb
gnu, $7G00 for Burns, nnd rtcclxed
about 112.000 In his last fight, ulth
Mornti. The Kohl noer clinked full
er than that for uuy chumplon of tho
Now Wolgiist h is been nintched lu
llBhl Mrllirlnnd, tho Chicago light-
uclRht, mi Si ptrmher 11. Tho light
will bo fur JS000.
Wolguxt uiih bent on u match with
Welch and n J10.000 Blilu hot, hut boiiio
how WolgnBt him put this proposition
ushli for a while
Welsh followed Wolgnst down tol.os
AngnleB, but lost track of him there,
und tho proposed Bcptcinlur iimlcli wus
ilro peil. j
Tho moving picture of WolgiiHt nnd
Mora n In uctlon havo procn tiatlsfac
tory, nnd tho flrrt dlsplny of tho pic
tures wiiH at tho Saxoy Theater In SiM
lVnnLlsco last Saturday night.
Matt Well, tho KiirIIsIi llKhtwelght,
uih nut hlven up hopea of making u
inuUli with Wolgnst, In Bplto of his
plan to light Mcrnrlalid next month.
McDonald, Welts' in.ui.igcr, is In
hopes of Beting tho match urrunged
If rrrddlo Welsh can como through
ulth a 110,000 Hlilo bet, Wolgnst will
bo willing to meet him utter tho Mc
Tom Jcinei,. Wolgast's manager, has
deposited $9000 with Stakeholder John
T, Clnik for his sldq of tho bet, Welsh
uunth' to bo ulvin thirty lus before
tho match to mnko good his side of tho
Another puKlllst who wauls to meet
WolKast is UrmMi, who dctlares that ho
H reaily to Inko on Wolgnst, wlnni r
tako nil, Uau Morgan Is his manager
and Is ulllliiR tn bet J10 000 ulthWol
gast's manager on the IlKht. Ho Bns
that Brown will he ready tn meet Wo
gist nny time during December or
Jnminry Brnnn hent Wolgnst In n
fight hist winter, and prefin. that the
match be pulled off In New York, lf
Daddy s Bedtime v
The Qeve. ' Me
NCB upon ft time," cnld daddy,
Bunk found himself all alono In n big, dork clo nnd ho felt very
ad Indeed, for his mistress cared to play with him no lonpcr. You
see. bcr i.ipu bad bought her a dozctn. nml an !... ,. rri.i.
aside and Just romped all the time with her new friend. Oh, how lonely Iluulc
MM As the days passed and no one came to release him bo cilcd nnd said-
"'Why,don't those fairies that Ethel's Krundma Is always tclflm; hcr'nbout
Come and lot tno out. If they would only put some llfo In uio I'd snou idiuV
.tny mistress that I can play far better than that silly llftle doc. WL nil ho
,cn do Is to sleep and drink milk. Ho'a a regular know nothing.' '
"Well, kiddles, Anally a s.ood fairy took pity on the lonely Toddy. She
waved her wand thrco times, opened tho door of tho closet, and out popped
Bunk, tho liveliest and happiest llttlo fellow you over saw. oh. how good It
tot to bo nllvcl no was dancing nround tbo room and cutting all sorts of
capers when who should como In but tho doggie, whoso name was Gyp.
'"Who are your asked tho doggie.
" '"Why, I'm Bunk.' said the Teddy bear, 'and I'm going to show our mis
tress that a dog Is not one bit amusing.'
M 'Oh, pigs and pickles.' said Qyp angrily. Til show yon somo tricks that
will opon your eyes. Look here, old bragf
"Tho dogglo then lay down on tho floor, kicked up his heels and then
proudly ot np and watted for tlio llttlo bear to praise hltn.
" 'So that's what you call a trick. Is It?' laughed Bunk. 'Goodness me, but
yon are the silliest dog In tbo whole world. Here, watch mcr
"Then the Teddy benr leaped on tho piano, wbcro he stood on his head
danced on ono leg nnd did all sorts of cute things. When lio had finished
Gyp said ho could do even bettci than that, but when bo tried to leap np on
tho piano bo only landed on the keys and made such a racket that every ono
in tho bouso came running tu sco what was the matter. Kthcl's papa was
very angry when ho fouud Gyp on tbo piano, and bo picked him right up by
the tall and said: ,
"'Well, when a dog thinks he can play the piano it's about time to get
rid of hlmr ( f
"El bcl was about to burst out crying when she saw her Teddy hear stand
ing on its bend, nnd she picked him up and hugged him so tight that he could
hardly breathe. And after that tbey played together and were happy all the
rest of their lives." ' '
COAST PAPERS4SI THE FRUIT FLY
California papers are taking up tho
fight ugnlnst the Mediterranean fruit
fly with grc.it Ugor, ami somo of thorn
even arguo Unit tho embargo should
bo declined ngalnst shipments of
pineapples nnd bananas uUo. Tho
Oakland Enquirer ks editorially:
Stringent quarantine regulations
havo gono Into effect to prevent tho
Introduction Into California of tho
Mediterranean fruit Ily In Importa
tions of Hawaiian fruits and veget
ables, und In a short time consumers
may be unable to purchase pineapples
and bananas from that section o tho
This shito, through the cffo'rts ofl
tho department of. horticulture, has
placed an embargo on the Importation
of all fruits and vegetables from tho
islands other than pineapples and ba
nanas, but If It should reem nt nil
necessary tbo quarantine will ho ex
tended to Include these fruits as well.
Tho Mediterranean fruit By Is tech
nically known as cerntltls capllata
and Is considered tho worst menace
known to the fruit-grower. It already
hns found lodgment In ono of tlio Isl
ands of Hawaii nnd Is proving so dis
astrous that tho other Islands arc
qunrantining against It. In tho first
placa tho fly Is n pest of citrus fruit,
but It attacks other kinds of fruit
and xegolnbles ns well. It Is describ
ed as about the slzo of a house, fly,
but looks somewhat smaller when
It Is tn bo hoped that CallfornluliH
will not get n gllmpso of it except In
Its smallest state nnd that no pains
or expense will bo spared by thu fed
cral authorities tn oxtcrmlnato tlio
pest which Is threatening tho citrus
fruit Industry throughout tno wot id.
Tho Bun Joso Times says:
Tho danger from tho Ijawnli.m fruit
pest cannot bo exaggerated, '.hn dis
patches toll us. It Is. right, tlieioforo,
that every effort should bo inude to
Keep It from this vnlloy. Tlio bubonic,
plague kills men nnd women nnd Is
proporly culled pcstls, but fruit, pest
kills orchards absolutely. Wo bhould
bo willing to spend nt lciiht n quarter
ns much In eradicate an Insect thnt
will dcsolato this valley If It evor en
ters It, as wo nro to pcoplo tho coun
try. Let tho Chamber of Comn.orco
assist in this light.
DlscusJlng a campaign against tho
nest, tho Sacramento Beo publishes
Tbo BoilousnoHS of tho menace of
tho Mcdllorrnncun fruit fly In tlio most
Impoilniit. Industry of IIiIh stulo Is
making an Impression upon tho pro
gressiva frut growers.
Statu Horticultural Commissioner
JolTcry sounded tho warning note
when tlio post reached the Hawaiian
Islands und Frank II. McKuvltt. mun
ngor of tho California Fruit Distrib
utors nnd a grovjer of yours' experi
ence, backs up tho official with tho
statement thut an Invasion by tho
Mediterranean fly would mean bniik
inplcy to the fruit Industiy.
11 hat Angel Siijs.
John I.. Niiglo, nianugor of the Call'
foinl.i Fruit Hxchango, a growers'
COIDS CAUSE HEADACHE
TAXATIVU BROMO-QUININn, re.
moves the cause, Ubcd tlio world ovef
to euro a cold in one day, 12, W.
GROVfl'S signature on each box. Mad
MARIS MEDICINE CO. Saint Loul V. 3. A.
The Clever Little
"a j::Ho ooi1y Teddy bear named
marketing agency, Is not less forceful
In his declarations,
"An Invasion of this pest would be
tho worst thing that could happen to
tho fruit Interests of California, thu
state's most Important industry," said
Nagel today. "It Is tho most difficult
pest to fight becauso wo havo no para
site to light it and It will survival on
wild as well as cultivated fruits. U Is
essential to tho frult'lndustry that this
pest bo kept out of the Htate."
At ono time tho Government In
Sou ill Africa purchased all the In
fested fruit nnd burnt it in tho hopo
of ridding the district of the fly. But
I the pest appeared next season as
numerous as ever, hnvlng remained
over the season on wild fruits.
LOW OBJECTS TO
Residents nlong Ninth Avenue, Kal
mukl aro alleged by Supervisor Rbou
Ixiw us securing n fine sldowalk In
front of their premises, nt tho ex
pense of tho City and County, and
the municipal lavvmnkor has sounded
a nolo of warning In which ho de
clares (lint tho practlco must cease
Itoad Supervisor Wilder of Honolulu
district has been chnrged with ex
pending somo four hundred dollars
nver and abovo that allotted to him
for Honolulu road department... ox
penso. Uiw started out on u still hunt thu
other day nml canio upon a delega
thm of mad department laborers who
wcro engaged In grading sidewalks
along n pot thm of Nlnlh Avenue.
While the. property ownors pay the
cost of lajlng tho curb, tho rest of the
work of Improvement Is being done
by a generous municipal government.
Ho has brought tho matter bcfoie
City and County Rnglncor Goro who
however contends that In grading tho
streets tho intid dopurtmont must ne
cessarily grado tho stdowulks as well,
(lero claims that this Is a p.irt und
parcel of tho Improvement of thu
(lero gavo ns his opinion that It Is
Impossible tu lay a lino if curbing
along Ninth Avcnuo without grading
I.ow dcclnies that ho fnnnd tho
workmen delving Into h solid rock
embankment In front uficortuln prom
lees, which mado n cut of nearly four
Had Itoad Supervisor Wilder been
pirseut ho would doubtless have been
culled upon for some form of explana
tion us Chairman Dwlght of tho road
commlttco Insinuated Mint ho was
from Missouri and -would need fm
City and County Hnglnoor field Is
expected In submit a report upon Iho
iillcgcd ft co distilliutlou or sidewalks
at Iho next togulur meeting of Iho
Tlio Hawaiian hand will rIvo a con
cert this evoiiliiK at tho Alexander
YouiiK Hotel i nof Kurdon, uimmenciu;
nt linir-pnst seven with thu lollowinc
March Hllo I)crKci
Oveiturc Victor Rmmnnuel.., Kllng
Ballad Mornlne .., Ilecthoven
Selection I.ueln Donizetti
Vocal Haw nllnu sonKn,,Ar by IlerRor
suiuviiuil luillll .VIOira
Waltz After You Waldteufol
Pollta Now and Then Cooto
Tlio Star. Spangled Banner,
Bottled in Bond
JULES PERCHARD8 A FILS'
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINCB
W Deliver to Any Part of the City
' 'PHONE 3181
ROSA & CO.!
Alakea and Queen Streets
fOI IAII AT All 1AM
Cream Pure. Rye
IOVIOI AID 0 0.
You'll ind they're all good ftl-
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Proa.
I acific 3a loon
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
..For th BEST RENT CARS In th
city, ring up
OLD8MOBILE, No, 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Buiinen
Agents for such well-known ears
m Packard, rope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Uulck, Overlaud, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
M. reliant QtrMt
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONF, GECOND-HAND BTANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET T.l.phon. 24SS
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily dliordtrt ladies and g.ntl.men.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
Phona 2467 or call at 176 8. King St.
HALL A SON, LTD.
Cor. Kind and Fort Sts, HONOLULU
U.rdwarB. Point, and Oil.. Hhln
ch.ndl.rv. Btev... Crook.rv. Qliuwan
and Kitchen Utensils) 8portlng Goods,
Guns, Revolvers, and Ammunition.
WINES AND LIQUOnS
Agents For t
INGLEN00K WINES '
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phono 2026. . P. 0. Box 488
Geary Street, above Union Squate
Jull of point Hotel Si. Frenile
European Plan Sl.EO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
in&s crtst $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stcwart'now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarter.
Cable address, "Trafcc(a'! A. B.C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
il f (I irreta.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franclioo
Under the Hanagemeat of
FitCINCI Ihe ucnatlfnl park
lit the hMtt of the city,
which li the Ihralrc ot
the pitaclpnl events ol
Ihe famous fritlials ef Hna
Francisco, tills hotel, In en
vironment nnd atmosphere, ex
presses must pli'iisuully the
comfortable spirit al old Cal-
The royalty aid aobllHj m
Ihe Old World nod the far
East and Ihe Men of high
achievement In America wh.
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere ol an
Institution which represents
the hospitality and Individual
ity of San Francisco to the
Ihe bulldlag, which mark
the farthest advene of science
In service, has now the largest
capacity of any hotel structure
In tlio West, and upon comple
tion of the Test street nnnoi
will be the largest carnvansery
In the world.
WHILE THK SERVICE IS UN.
USUAL, THE l'JUCES ARE
European Plan from $2.00 Up
IIUST UATIIINO ON TUB ISLAND
NO COltAI. ClOOD WHITE SAND
1IOA11D RATIJS I-OW
Rooms and Board t
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
F.INC LOT OF LIVE CHICKENS
The BICYCLE DEALER and BE
PAIRER, lai moved to
180 KINO STRZET
New location Red front, neu
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Bulletin Editorial Boom l'hono
2185. Bulletin Business Offlce
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