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EVENINQ BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, T.1 H., FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1911,
D0 00 OOCMD
The Owl Oarage, Hotel St., opp. Bethel.
Telephone 146S for your nround-thc-Island
trip; $2S. lllgh-cln cars
No. 624, 25.1, 74.1, 408 nnd 408. Bpo
clul rates for shopping nnil calling.
'Sorvleo nnd courtesy our motto. 13
per hour, Sovenjpasscngcr enrs. J.
U Johnson, proprietor. 4971-lin
THE PANTHEON SALOON Flno lin.
ported and domestic wines nnd liq
uors. J. F. Bllvn, prop.; Bert Bower,
mixologist. 1129 Nuuanu.
PH08T SALOON Fine wines and.llq
uors. Call and sco u&. K. Basnkl,
prop. Bcrctnnla and Maunakea 8ts.
Blherwnre, cut glass nnd fine porcelntn
packed for shipping- and storage by
M. K. Menezes, general delivery.
Visit the sale at Sine Fat's, 1013 Nun
anu St.' 4958-3m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire nt nil times, 1 Packard, 3
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nuu
anu, near Beretanla. Phone 3158.
For hire, night or day. E. M. F. 30;
competent driver. Phono 2085; Ber
etanla and Maunakea Bts. 4951-3m
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Btand; Charles
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches nnd Jewelry hoorjtit,
sold mid exchanged. J. Curio, Fort Bt.
g I i
"Tried and truo" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For salo by 8. Mlyumoto. Bl
cyclo supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second hand. 182
King BL 4948-ly
K. Bato New and second-hand bicy
cles. Agents famous Pierce oyclcs.
Our repair department Is In charge
of an expert. Iwllel ltd., opp. depot.
B. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed. New and second-hand
wheels at low prices.
Queen and Punchbowl; Phono 2431,
High-grade bicycle repairing; expert
work. New wheels at lowest prices.
Also suitcases and trunks. N, Kugt
takl, 195 Hotel Bt., near Ttlver.
RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Expert work at reasonable prices. M,
Uyemura, opp. Occidental Hotel.
BUY AND 8ELL.
New and second-hand furniture bought
and sold. Mirrors repaired and rcsll
vered. J. Takakl, King Bt., Palamo.
DR. BIRCH Office, CI Alex. Young
Bldg. Phone 3308.
George Yumada, general contractor.
Kutlmates furnished. 208 McCandless
Bldg.; Phone 2157.
Asahl Ik Co. II. Mntsuto, prop. Con
tractors and builders. House paint
ing and papcrhanglng; screens of all
kinds. 208 Beretanla Bt.; Tel. 1420.
"I.lttle" John Rodrlgties Cabinet
maker. Picture framing and furni
ture repairing. String Instruments
repaired. Miller and Punchbowl.
Pacific Electric Co. Motor und dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors nnd
generator!, of all capacity for sale.
1152 Fort St.; Tel. 3132. 4959-lm
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
store In Honolulu. High-grade re
pairing. New slock. 1284 Fori St.;
Tel. 2249. K. Mlzuta. 4965-lm
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIAN08
156 Hotel 8trt Phone 2313
-"For Sale" cards Bt Bulletin.,
Come ii n J get jewelry, diamonds or a
gold Match; $1 a week. Wear whllo
paying; no security. J. Carlo, Fort
Korean employment office. Competent
male and female help of all kinds on
short notice. Tel. 3011. 1133 Union.
Mntaumoto Employment Office Al
Japanese help furnished on short no
tice Tel. 1758. 900 Alakea, nr. King.
FUKUDO EMPLOYMENT OFFICK
Cooks, waiters, ynrdboys, King and
Punchbowl Bts.; Tel. 1885.
T. Ishlbashl, Klnau Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4S-tf
Panama, straw and felt hats cleaned
and blocked. Work guaranteed, rail
ed for and delivered. Jos. Roman,
122 Beretanla St., next to fire station.
Phono 1657. 4983-lm
European hat cleaners. Old hats
cleaned and repaired, like new. Del
fin Montalba, Kamanuwal lane, near
Sanko & Co., 1260 Nuuanu. Japanese
oxpert miniature gardeners. Clean
lots, contract building, painting, pa
pcrhnnglng, cement work? etc. Sup
ply laborers. Phone 3151. 49S7-2m
Call nnd Bee my fine Oriental Jewelry.
All kinds of Jewelry made to order.
Bargain prices. Watch repairing.
Fukuldo Watch Co., 222 Beretanla St.
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Btablo,
348 King; phone 2535.
Leo Toma Manila cigars In bond. Di
rect Importation. Wholesale or re
tall. 33 King Bt. , 490-3m
Rheumatism, brain disease, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relieved. Recom
mended by a number of prominent
Honolulu citizens. K. Oahlma, 34
Beretanla St. 4964-lm
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting, paper hanging' and
tinting. Jobbing a specialty. Import
ers of wall paper, paints, oils, etc 74
Beretanl.1 Bt , opp. Maunakea St. W.
B. Kum, manager. 4948-3m
Piano taught by experienced teacher In
six jnontha. New method. 13 month;
8 lesson. Special attention to adult
beginners. "Music," Bulletin office.
John Pontes Shoes to order, 87; soles
and heels, $1.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' soles and
heels, 11.10. Work guaranteed Rear
vi urni. vu-3m
M. Rodrlgties Twelve years of trnlls
faction. 137 King St., formerly of
Bethel St Expert shoe repairer.
Y. B. Jong Expert shoe repairing.
Union St., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Dr. I. B. Case Office, Lewis' Stables;
Phono 2141. Resldenco phone, 1113.
DIAMONDS AND WATCHES.
On ciedlt, 31 u week; no security,
Wear while paying. J, Carlo, Fort Bt.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
licious soriu water made In Honolulu,
All flavors. DelUered to your home,
Sunrlso Soda Works; Tel. 1345,
Why drink Inferior urattcs when you
enn have the best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
law. Star Soda Water Co.; Tel.'JZtT.
We use artesian water, making our
soda superior to all others. A drink
of our plneapplo Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 31CZ.
ULUTIN ADS PAY'
r5 F4 f 1
Fine large United Stales Flags, soft
cotton bunting, nil stripe sewn with
doublo seams nnd the cntlro lleid of
stars doubly noun In. Extra strong
headbands with metal gronunets at
each end. Prices! 3 ft. x G ft., 65
cents; 4 ft. x 6 ft., 75 rents; f, ft. x
8 ft., II. Remit by P. O.' money or
der. Postage paid to nny address In
the United States. Philippine Islands
or Hawaiian Islands. The School
houso rcgu.la.tlon (lag I 8 ft. long1.
Address Daniel O'Neill, 226 Bradford
St., Everett, -Mass., U. S. A. 12t
At Auction At the Ellto Rooming
House, Monday, July 31, 1911, at 10
o'clock a. m tho entire houseliold
furniture of 16 rooms. Jan. W. Pratt,
Wllhelmlna Rise Beautiful home;
magnificent view. Building now be
ing completed. Attractive terms. See
Dr. E. L. Hutchinson, raro Kalmukl
Land Co., Ltd.; Tel. 1659. 4966-tf
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agents for
New E-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
6Vix218 I2000r easy terms. Don
de'ro & Lansing, 83 Merchant St.;
Phone 2653. 4963-tf
Ban Sun Fine Imported stationery.
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of all kinds. 133 Beretanla Bt.
100 meres of land In tho Olaa district
near aicnuood, Hawaii. Apply Kal
mukl Lund Company, Limited.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Btan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1602.
An excellent plneapplo plantation for
sale on this Island. Apply Kalmukl
Lund Company, Limited.
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. Gear, 1211 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad (hip
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Visit tho sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St, 4958-3m
Choice cut flowers. rtione 302.
WOOD FOR SAUL.
Telephone to 021, ask for Walalao
Ranch, for firewood. 4969-lm
The sanitary regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. R. Pl
lares, tho sanitary plumber, look over
your work. 26 years' experience nai
made him competent. 1126 Union Bt.
You should have your plumbing don
by a "PLUMBER." Ten years' ex
perience has taught me the science
of plumbing. The only and safe way,
C. L. Almeida, 11 Pauahl St.; Tel.
John Matto:i, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal worker. Manufacturing
nnd repairing of auto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Beretanla St.; Tel.
Won I .out Co. Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St.', bet. Maunakea
and Smith Hts.; Tel. 1033.
Yen Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith.
L Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
The tailoring company of Chce Quong
has changed hands and Is under new
management. Having engnged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King SL
Wa Sing, manager. 4953.3m
FOOK SANG, formerly the Oahu Tall
or of Emma and Beretanla Sts
wishes his old patrons to call and
Inspect his line line of now fabrics
at his new store, McCandless Blk.,
Nuuanu and Pauahl. 4951-3m
Tho Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phono
2748. Called for and delivered. Bore
anla, next tu pumping station.
ALL THE LATEST .CREATIONB IN
men's clothing;.!. Clothes cleaned, or
dyed. WINC! CHANO, .1W, Hotel Bt ,
near Kekaullke. ' r l ' '4i47-ly
"watches and "jewelry."
Wear while paying $1 a wock;,no se
curity. J. 'Carlo. Fort St.' 4973-lm
Try some of the new
'Tied Seal" Records by
famous artists , ,
BERGSTROM MU8IC CO., LTD.
iraakli Hmllatla II ftt tur.
'Wo lead, others follow," In tho manu
facture of carbonated bevernges. Olio
price to all. Froo delivery. Phono
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co, Ltd.,
34A North Beretanla St.; Chas. 13.
Frashcr, manager. 4911-tf
You to sample, uur leading brnnds. such
as "King's Choice" Scotch, Mcllrnjr
cr, Herald and Corby's Canadian
Whiskies. Thos. F McTlgho & Co.,
proprietors, Progress Bar.
Everyone, to liuvo his hnt cleaned by
the Expel t Hat Cleaners. Wo do tho
best work In tho city nt lowest ptlro.
Expert Hat Cleaners, opposite Club
Patronize home Industry, Puro old Ha
waiian gin, made under the supervi
sion of tho U, S. Got obtainable
only at the Occidental Bnr, King and
Everyone to know that the Seaside
Hotel has received Its license allow
ing Sunday nnd nfler-hour privileges,
nnd beverages will be sold at down
town prices. 4979-2W
Honest people to wear a cold natch
r uiiiniuiiu riiiK, i a wees.. Jo se
curity. J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
Cool, quiet room In, private, family by
gentleman; permanent) Address "En
gineer," Bulletin ofllrc. 4983-31
Visit tho sal at Blng Fat's, 1013 Nun-
nnu St. 4958-3m
An oxpcrlcnred bookkeeper with knowl
edge in grorerics nnu general mer
chandise desires position. Has good
references. Address "L. E. I", Bul
letin office. 4974-3w
Qreeu silk bug stitched with white, on
Kalmukl cur leaving Puwim Junction
about 5:10, or on Lllllin ami Km ma
St. car between Y. M C A. nnd 1.1
llha St. terminus Monday evening,
July 10. Kindly return to Bulletin
Vol. 1. Swinburne's Poems; Chattel and
Wlndiis Edition. Reward If returned
tp this office. 4982-6t
Bunch of keys. Reward If returned to
Territorial Messenger ScrWce.
Clean, comfortable, cottage,. 1'ly done
up; $:o.Apply 148. Emma St'."-4978-lw
The property known is the Wilder
building, corner of Fort nnd Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x65. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C Brewer & Co, Ltd.
An extra lurge furnished bed-slttlng
room, with private bath. Hot nnd
cold water, etc. Private entrance,
ljirge grounds. Nuuanu Ave. Car
stops nt entrance. Breakfast If de
sired. Apply "X V Z.", Bulletin of
No. 73 Beretanla Bt. Electric, lights
and running water In each room'.
Price reasonable. J. II. Townsend.
Clean furnished rooms, 1.50 and 12
a week. 1281 Fort St. 4975-lm
Five-room furnished cottage at Cot
tage Grove; 127.50. Inijulre'F. H
King, Cottage Grove,
Cressaty's furnished cottagei, Walklkl
Beach; Tel. 2868. 4889-tf
FURNI8HED HOU8ES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for tho summer. Alt
conveniences; lino view over city;
very reasonable rent for a' desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stangenwald
Did.; Telcphnno 1602. 4943-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.'
THE LELAND 027 Ilcretanla; 'Phono
1308. Mrs. J, A. Doylo, prop. Rooms,
W, room and hoard, M5 per month.
All iiioMiiiilto-proof laual rooms. Cara
pans tho door. 4941-tf
Room and board, private family. Every
convenience. Two cur lines pars
door 1912 King St. ,4364-tf
Nlcely-furnlshed rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King St.
V HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
CURIOS Young Building
Ilemleri nf (he Bulletin can
quickly locate n wide lnrletr nf ne
resumes for the house, ofilre or busi
ness by consulting (be classlllid col.
Cta quietly b omcomi by
act surely sad
eeuj os lbs
ta, nd loaVftsnaa. They do Iota duty.
S-.B Ml. Saull Dm, '". Mm.
GcBBine mmUu Signature
IF YOU Alii: l.OOKINO FOR
A WEDDINO H1FT YOU
WOULD DO WELL
TO SEE OUR
WHICH IS OAININO POPU
LARITY WITH EVERY
113 Hotel St. - 'jawslera
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
daily and bo supplied with any of
these varieties from
PHONE 1431 1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure 'and
ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
Delivered to All Parts of City
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
With U AS
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
The Best Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DEALER8
FOR TOUB GROCERIES. HI
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO,
13-85 Kins; Street, n'eu Kkoutket
Phone 22B1 tVailV De'li'trr
IN30T ON HAVING '
Pau Ka liana
FOR YOUR HOUSE
Will Do It
ortHf J vx-VJ)
Th' feller that calls you brother gen
erally wants somethin' lhat don't be
long t' him. Mrs. Tipton Bud has a
brother that lives In th' city n' makes
twelve dollars a week when he's not
(AMiiclntrd Prrsi Cable.)
NI1W YORK. N. Y July 20. Testi
fying1 bcfnrw tho ('(iiiKri'XHlimal Inventl-
Rating rnmmlttrc hero today In tho
HiignV triixt nisc. John II Parsons, tho
eminent 1,'iujcr, iniido the startling ns-
srrtliui th.it U the opinions of Justlco
llurliin of thu I'nlteil States Supremo
Cpurt, 111 expressed In I1I1 minority re
port In tho Stiindiird Oil nml Tob.iccn
Trust cases, prevailed. It would mean
general ImslpesH disaster.
Another Interesting statement Hindu
by Mr. Parson was that tho govern
ment sliuuld place no restriction what
ever upon the development of trade.
LOS AN(JKLi:S. July 20. (Icorgo
Hi Inn, unrlo of Ortlo McMunlgnl, tho
alleged dynamiter In Jnll here who hnn
confessed to eouipllclty In blowing lip
tho Time building. In a statement to
day, asserted that McManlgal I fn fear
of hi life and believe ho will ho kill
ed after the trial by former comrade,
Tho grand Jury today reindicted llert
Conncrs, Ira Render nml A. II. Mnplo
on charge of conspiracy to ilynamltn
tho county hall of record, built by
(Jontractnr Cnrl !conardt with nnn
union workmen. Tim first Indictments
were faulty nnd were nimsliod. ,
8AYB MONOPOLY WAS SECURED.
WASIIINOTON. D. C, July 20.
Chairman A, O Stanley nf tho Hoiiro
committee Investigating the methods of
ho steel trust, mado 11 statement be-
fnre the committee today In which ho
asserted that the United States Steel
Corporation secured a monopoly of
American ore when It got possession
of the Tennessee C0.1I and Iron Com
pany. WILL NOT ATTEMPT
HUTTK. Mont.. July 20. Reforo a
conference of union labor loadcYs hero
today, 'the proposition made at tlrst liy
the Industrial Worker of tho World,
that it genernl strike throughout the
United State nnd Canada be ordered
on the day the McNniniirii urn brought
to trial hi Ln Angele for blowing up
the Time building, w.i defeated.
The reenniineiidatlon nf tuo Ameri
can Federation of 1-nbor that an assess
ment of 25 ccnth bn levied by the
unions on all inemberH to ralso 11 do
fensn fund for these men nil adopted.
MELTINO GLACIER8 '
FLOOD SMALL CITY
VALDKZ, Alaska, July I'O.J-Thfl
On Renting a Stor or Offic
Tht Beat slpi la yoar Store or efflc
meets the (luce of but casual hand
ful. Our little Want Ads, telling Just
whit you hire to Beat, will mset the
eyes of thousands the rsry people look,
lnf for thipUct you have Tacant. Costs
but pennies I And you are sura of let
ting the right tenant without need
less delay. Perhaps you yourself want
to Kent. Bead, use, or answer our llttla
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
MAKE JHIS TEST
How to Tell If Your Hair Is
Civil If )(iu have n luxuriant liead.pf
hair, you may want to know whether
It In In n hnnlthy ronclltlon nr' not.
98 of Ihn people need a hair tonic.
Pull 11 hair out of your hendr If tha
bulb at the end of tho root Is whllo
anil shrunken. It proves (hat the hair
Is diseased, and requires prompt treat
ment If Its loss would he avoided. If
the hiilh la pltik nnil full, thu hair Is
Wo want eeryonn whoso hair re
quires trentment to try Ilcxnll "3.T'
Hair Tonic. WA promlso that It shall
hnt eoxt anythlnc If it docs not Klvn
satisfactory results, It Is designed to
overcome dandruff, relievo scalp Irri
tation, to stlmulato the hair roots,
tighten tho hair already In (lie head,
grow hair nml cure baldness.
It Is because of what Ilexall "93"
Hair Tonic has dono and our slnccrn
faith In Its Roodness that we want
you to try It at our risk. Two s)z,
Mc nnd JI.00 Sold only at our store
The Itcxall Store. Ilcnson. Smith
& Co. Ltd
strrds of this little rlty are flooded
with torrent from melting glaciers.
Tho bridge h.ti been curried out and
overland tre I nt a standstill. The
store of the city are closed and the
cltlien" nnd soldier nrc working hard
to protect property.
ARE SAFE ON YACHT
PORT Alt pmNrK. llaytj. July in.
Tho United State gunboat Petrel
left port today A'n American yacht
ha received nil the women refugees In
danger from the revolutionist.,.
ATTACKERS REPULSED. -NKW
YORK. .V. Y July 20. So'fa'r
In the war gunio being played hero by
the In nil nnd nnvnl forces, the defend
tr have hud the best of It and today
thu attacking force wero repulsed.
CUPID IS TOASTED
"AS NEXT GOVERNOR"
Prlnco Cupid I given tho following
honorable mention In the Oakland
Prince a Fine Host.
Prlnco Cupid, Territorial Delegate
from 1 1 1 1 vm 1 1 1 to Congress, did not at
tend the prize light on the. Fourth. He
arrived fioin tho llnst, en route home
rrmn Washington, tho Friday before.
The next day a cable, nicssngo from the
Princess, his wife, was received, lag
ging him not to remain oer for tho
pugilistic affair, but to sail on Monday,
the Sd, for home. He and twenty-llxe
of lil,"Hnniillan'frlmds In town had' a
Joyful time before he left. They had
a dinner Inst Saturday night, he living
tho host, nnd nothing wa too good or
expeitslvo In the eating nnd drinking
line Tho pleasant, gentlemanly Prince
ttn toasted to his heart's content, nnd
modestly rcrrliod such' salutations as
"tho next Oovernor of Hawaii" arid
"the 'tlrst Senator when Hawaii shall
have been admitted to the sisterhood
of states." A rollicking automobile
ride out' to tho beach resorts was the
finale of tho night's entertainment.
Since tho extra session of Congress
opened the Prince has only been In his
sent In tho House ten daya. HI finan
cial iirfiilr are now said to be In splen
did shape. '
LOS ANOELKS. July 10 The will
nf Paul tie Iingpre. tho famous painter
of tinner, who died at 111 home here
June 30th, wai. tiled for probate today
by hi daughter Illanche. The estate,
valued In the document at 157,435.51..
conslsta of real estate and personal
property, bank stock, cash and promis
sory notes, and wa left entirely to the
widow, Jiuephlne de 1-ongpre, with the
exception of small bequests sto his
laughter., Illancbo de Longpre, Alice
do Ixingprn Ilourgeol, Pauline de
Longpre, and hli "brother, Henri de
Lnngpro of Paris.
The snle of old Ixiok at' Pratt's Bul
lion room jestcrday did not bring out
many purchasers, nor were the prices
paid for the different volimics near
what wa expected. '
All tho book trcutcd'nn these Inlands
and brought froni 23 ccntb each to l