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EVENING' BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1911.
WILLIE GREEN'S ADVENTURES
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DEPARTMENT HEADS MEET
GOVERNOR AND CONFER
Kor the first tlmo In a long wlillo
tho heads of tliu various ilepartiiK'ntH
met e8terilay afternoon with the
Ooernor to talk over mattcra In con
nection with tho running of tho ma
chinery. .The mei'tliiR wns Kchodulcd
for earlier lu tho month hut It wnak
thought better to wait until Charles
8. Judd should arrive.
Thero aro certain mutters of policy,
relationships and co-operation be
tween tho various departments that
can very well ho taken up hy nil and
this uu.i done at yesterday's meeting.
would.be elks escape goat.
ATLANTIC CITY (N. J.). July 15.
No moro will tho Intending Klk hn
ronipvlleii to ride tho goat, cllmli n
greased pole or do other "stunts" In
connection with his Initiation. Tho
last Important action of the (irnnd
Lodge of Elks, which has been lu
convention here all tills week, was to
nh.ilUh nl.anlntotv nil linrvn lilnv nnd
hazing In thu initiatory rites of tho
This ends n fight that hns been
waged for a decade hy n constantly
growing clement In the organization,
which contended that tho horse play
deterred many men from presenting
Ihemschcs as members who would
bo lowers nf strength, to the order.
WASHINOTON, July 15. Critical
observation of tho flights dally being
made nt Collego I'ark, near this city,
by army aviators, has conflrmednrmy
and 'navy ordnanco experts In tho
opinion that wllh tho present type of
orduanco It would bo practically Ini
losslhle to bring down an aeroplane
high In air and in full flight Bao by
n chanco shot.
Tho musket would ho entirely use
lesr. Its rango being only about 3,000
feet when any considerable elevation
is given the weapon.
The only hope of the ordnanco ex
perts Is tho development of n gun on
tho lines of one now being made In
flennany for use against aeroplanes
only. This gun, of greit length, shoots
a. light C-pouml shell three and n
half miles, but tho novel and prom
ising feature Is tho uso of a com
pound In tho shell which leaves a trail
of ilcnBo black smoke. This Is ex
pected to enable the gunners to find
the rango of an aeroplane.
POI STORY SLIGHTLY
OFF AS TO FACTS
The question of tho Chinese taking
action ngalnst tho city and county over
tho pot question nnd tha shutting down
of tho shops during the cholera out
break was mndo rathir too certuln In
the morning paper nccoimt, aecoidlng
to a statement made by Lorrln An
drew s. ,
"This account," he snld, "makes It
appear at. though evcrj thing was cut
nnd dried, whereas tho matter Is only
Just being tnlkc.l over In nn Informal
way. Home of the Chinese merchants
came nnd spoku to mo about tho ques
tion, hut that Is nil thcro Is to It. Tho
neeount In the morning paper gives tho
Impression that I hne Decn working a
ease tip. whereas, us I said before, tho
whole of the matter Is only tcntntlvo
and nothing beyond mere informal dls
ciifslon hns taken place."
HEALTH CONDITIONS IN
The best conditions of public health
In the Philippines In the Inst ten yours
mniked tho floso of 1910, according to'
tho report of tho Philippine bureau of
health. Only n' few suspicious eai.es of
cholera wero then reported In Nnujan
nnd on the Island of Catunduunes.
Hmallpox was less prevalent than for'
many jears, nnd thero hnd been no
plagoo among rodents for three years.
The general mortality vvbm lower than
at any other time In the 'history of
American occupation, nnd btero was a
smaller number of Intestinal diseases
DVERTISING IS A SALESMAN that is always at work, but never
wearies a customer: that calls on the same man until he is convinced,
but never annoys him with his insistence; that wastes no time, wastes
no words, and that can always gain an audience and a hearing. Alone among
salesmen, advertising has free access to President Taf t and Mr. Morgan ; it
marches unchecked past the secretary of the big merchant and enters without
hindrance the store of the retailer. When it can not tell its story to a man
in his office it can always gain his attention in his home. No country is so
remote, no village, is so dead, that it doesnot go there AND GET ORDERS.
Evening Bulletin Advertising Goes Into the Home
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In the nlno months slnco the uso of
unpolished rlco had begun In tho Cullon
leper colony us tho staple article of
diet, berl-lterl had entirely disappear
ed, utter having been continuously
present for more than five years. A
now remedy has been used with much
success In the treatment of yaws, u
dlsllgurlng ulcerous disease. Tho sin
gular freedom of Manila from tiles Is
said to be duo to tho excellent nrrango
inents for the dally collection (Of gar
bage and street sweepings and their
I'ostmnstcr-Gcncrnl Hitchcock placed
n contract with a Clnclnnntl llrm'for
400.000,000 envelopes to bo used during
the next four years.
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