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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1911.
Gearr Street, above Union Squaie
Jul! oppoiilt Uettl St. FrifKu
European Plan $1 SO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Stocl and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets nil trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Tra wets" A. B. C
Code. Reservation:) made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FACHifl the bc.iutlful park
In the heart of (lie city,
nhlch Is the theatre of
the pilarlpnl events ot
the famous fcstlinls of Snn
Franclicci, IhN hotel, In en
vironment nml ntmosplirc, ex
presses most pleasantly tlio
comfortulile spirit of old Cul
Ifornhu The rojallj and nohlllty oi
, the Old World and the Far
East and the men of high
chleTemrnt in Anicrlrn nhn
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of nn
IiikIKuIIoii t lilcti represents
the hospitality and ludtvldual
Itj of San Framlsio to the
The bnllilluv, nhlrh marks
the farthest mbance of science
In MTttre, has now Hie la rarest
raparll) of nny hotel Mrnctiirc
In the West, and upon rumple
Hon of the 1'ii.it street iiiinei
will he the largest rnrarnnser;
In the world.
WIIII.K TIIK NEUV1CE 18 UN
US1JAI,, TIIK 1'ltlCKS AUG
European Plan front $2.00 Up
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
r.illnnlzed ,y iierxntH of
rellneincnt. ItooniH sliialo
or en suite, ultli or Willi-
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
kii:ni tiii: last or Yoim
tiii: wATnn is kinh no corai.
IN TJIK SAND
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
WINES, AND LICIUORS
a We deliver to any part of the
fchone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
If, A OTTV8T 00 Ant
kinter-lslaud and O.-IUA U.ShlppInx
books for sale at tho It 11 1 1 e 1 1 u
office, COo each.
to exterminate rats, mice, cock
roaches, wntcrbucs, etc.
Ready for use. Better than traps.
Money back If it fails
25c and $1.00. Sold everywhere.
(TURNS' tllCTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III.
Pioneeri anil Leaders in
the Automobile Bminesi
Agents for such woll-known cars
s Packard. Popo-Hartford, Stevens-
Duryea, Cadlllae, Thomas Flyer,
llulck. Overland, llaker Klectrlc, and
Supplies & Repairing
for the BEST ftENT CARS In th.
city, ring up
OLDSMOD'LC, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Ihe BICYCLE DEALER and HI
FAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, neu
young Building. Telephone 2518.
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL,
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAil YING CHONG
Kinjj Street, Ewa Fuhmarket
Wing Chong Co.,
HTNll it.. NEAR BETEKL
Dealer in Furairnre. Mattrciiei,
etc., etc. All kind of. KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality On fe
SANG CHAN " "
M0 0ANDISS BLM.
F. 0. Box 901 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL G00DS
Wing Wo Tai & Co!
041 Nuuaim. near King Street
Fine Line of
At the. New Hardware Start
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
jwx .fi i..:yzojw
Improvement Club Names Man
to Take Up Better Fire
Prompt net Inn will bo taken by tho
Mniiun lmprmciuoiit Clnli for bettor
Ilro protection In ilaim.i Milley. Tho
mailer caino up luHt nlslit at n in(.ct
liiK ur tho dull held at .liidijo II. K.
Iitiiiit cuminuiilcntlon was iccolv
ril fiuni tlio Hiipeilntendcnt tiT public
wmlii, ntntliiR that $125,000 fioin tho
loan fmiil will he mailable at Olio
end of tlio inoscnt month siiRKCst-
liiK that the clnli iinnio a member to
cooler with lilm on tlio nocdH ot this
section of tho clt. II, (1. n Dainin
was npiHilntcil to confer with Camp
bell. The club dostrcB not only n Ilro
station, but considerable liupinvc
incut In the wntermalii sjBtcni nr.
The club also discussed plain for
permanent quartern, some bellovliiR n
clubhouso should be built, others that
the Manna Tennis Club mlsht tent
Its quarters temporarily. Commit
tees of the two clubi will confer on
II. O. Min Datum reported that the
Rapid Transit Company will hood bo
ready to carry out the plans Tor n.
teii-inliiiitc service up .Manon valley,
two cars beliiR put on the run and
lengthening the Wilder avenue switch
till It extends to tho .Maiioa Junc
tion. . A lively discussion of the road de
partment and Million valley's needs
for more load work was Indulged In
City KiiRlneor Cere was present and
offered tlio 111.0 of "weed-killer," stal
Iiik however that It Is 11 ixilfon and
dangerous to animals cropping along
;he roadside. General IniprnuMiicnt.i
were talked cuor. The meeting was
1111 unusually Interesting one and Ma'
turn residents arc determined to roc-
oid steady progress In clilc Impinvc
inentH In tho willey.
S SOMEONE AFTER
JOE ROSE'S SCALP
Joseph Hose, Spanish Interpreter
mid translator In Police Judgo Moli
na r nit's court, Is perplexed over n
question, which was put up to him u
few days ago by 11 local politician.
Itoso answered tlio question at the
time, but ho Is still thinking or the
second coming of 11 political runner.
Hose was stopped In a street by n
local politician uud nsked If ho was
ti Democrat. Rosa was surprised at
tho question, but promptly answered
In tho negative
"No, sir," said he, "I havo been
mid urn still 11 Republican."
Tho questioner walked away. Hnso
Is wondering whether sonio one la
after his (illlcl.il scalp. Itoso has not
been In the islands" very long, but ho
bus proven to tho satisfaction or
Judge Moiisarrnt that ho Is a compe
tent and attentive public servant.
KAUAI BUSINESS FINE
SAYS MAX GREENBOUGH
Mux Greenbaiigb returned from Ka
uai Sunday, where lie lias bet n 011 11
business trip, and reports all the Car
ilen Island's stores doing well and tbnt
tho merchants have no Kick whatever
Giccnhougli says that tho plantation
maiiugera nnvo mane many excellent
Inipioveiueuts In tlio plantation stores
and are getting things down to science,
where n man cf small means can
pmchuKO belter things at smultvr
rices, iiImi that tho mote fastidious
can get what they want In tusty gents'
furnishings without coining to Hono
lulu. nivniici: i'ito('i:i:ii.N;s.
Tsudo liuanra applied for a divorco
yesterday from her husband, Toyo
kuuia, for fctjvcral reasons. Sho al
leges that he dislocated her l;nc,
choked, bent and bruised her and
then, after further uialttcatlng her,
burned all her clothes and turned her
out ot the home. She usks for tho
custody of 0110 or her two children.
Sho also stales that hor husband has
threatened to kill her nml that she
helloves lie will execute, his threat.
Yeo Wo applied lor 11 dluireo yes
terday from his wife, Kkekeln Yeo
Wo, on the grounds that sho has be
come addicted to tlio exeesalve uso or
Intoxicating liquor. Ho nlso jilleges
that shu burnt his clothes uud spends
her tlino In "drunken Idleness."
Judgu W, .1. Itohlnson granted Nel
lie Umd a divoico from her hiuuand,
N, A. I-aiul, yesterday, on tho uiouuds
Tho suit for divorce tiled In tho
circuit court yesterday by llattlu Mil
noun against John Manoua complains
of alleged cruelty.
Desertion Is tho giounil on which
Nii)ii Ilauiano applied for 11 divorce
)oMorday from her husband, Slinle
I1I111 Ilauiano, it Japanese who winks
tin 11 clerk In a candy store opposlto
U10 Young Hotel, They bale ouu
daughter, whose custody sho desires.
Appioprl'itlnns Hindu by Congress 111
the third session of tin, Blxth-llrat Ciin
uresg amounted to ?l,02C,G82,Sh2.
Aycr's Sarsaparilla Is a tonic
and alterative, free from alcohol.
What is a "tonic"? A medicine
that imparts strength or tone; a
medicine that builds up, gives
vigor and power. What is an
"alterative" ? A medicine that
alters or changes unhealthy ac
tion to healthy action. Aycr's
Sarsaparilla does all this with
out stimulation. Ask your doc
tor if a family medicine, like
Aycr's Sarsaparilla, is not vastly
better without alcohol than
'.lf-4 h P, IP -r,APl
Construction of Roof
Complete the Work About
the Middle of August.
Tho Inst of the cnncieto forming
the Eollil-.wnllH of tho big reservoir
undergoing construction for tho U. S.
Government In the Taiituliis Bide of
Diamond Head will soon bu poured
around the iiiiiIshUu net wuik of steel
reinforcements. The casting or tho
roor Is practically the only big work
yet to bo done before tho rcsorxolr
reaches completion, about tbu middle
of August. The rear section along
with the Mooring Is llnlshed, the gut
ters uro all laid and n couple or days
will seo tho big frinit buttress wall en
tirely up, allowing tlio work or tho
loot to go on Immediately. This roof
will bo of reinforced concrete, upheld
by reinforced cuncrcij oluinns,
girders and sti lugers. Two or threu
feet of gravel and dirt will be placed
on top to catch all rain water, drain
ing It Into the gutters running along
the baso to prevent nny seepage of
water Into tho reservoir.
This reservoir of tho buttress typo
when llnlshed will be tbu most per
fect of nny 011 the Islands. It Is In
stalled with 11 Bystenr of blowout,
supply and oerflow pipes that aro
quite nocl. Another point of its
perfectnesi is that two sets of tliet.0
pities run Into the two separate com
partments so that 0110 may bu tilled,
blown out 11 nil cleaned Independent of
Captain Kdwnrd A. Shiitlleworlh,
Commissary Second Infantry, was ilo
talted as Inspector-Instructor for tho
Militia ot tho Territory or Hawaii
during the annual encampments or
1911. Sluittleworth will proceed In
Honolulu tho first part ot this month
for consultation with tho district
commander and adJiitnnt-Rcncral.
Krom then nn ho will visit tho vari
ous encampments nt tho priqier llmo
for duty accordingly. Uoii comple
tion Captain Shuttlowortli will return
to Brholleld Darracks.
Tho marrlago of Miss Hernleo
Hwlght or Honolulu to Otto Miller or
New York will mako tho second so
doty wedding this soason which hns
united the nmnrt set or tho Islands
to that of Now York's most oxcluslvo
circles. Tho muirlnge of MIbs (lrn
haul to young Gould about two months
ago was 0110 or the impoilnnt so
cial events In New York. Miss Ota.'
ham Is a native-born Hawaiian, her
mother being a uatlvo of tho Islands
nnd n member of a wealthy and well
known family. Mifs llwight, who Is
to marry Miller, la a daughter or 11
prominent business man or Honolulu
who man led 0110 or tho Hawaiian
princesses, Miss Dwight wns a lady
In walling to Queen I.llltiokalanl dur
In glior rclgu, Sho comos rrom 0110
or tho most aristocratic ramlllcs In
tho Inlands. Mr. Miller Is rated ns u
miiltlinlllloiialro, nnd his family lias
been pininlnont In Dihteru society
for many years. Tho young cnuplo
met when Mis Dwlsht wns visiting
friends In Now York, nftor tninlng
Kuiopo. Tho wedding Is to bo Miteiu
lilred In New York this fall, and will
bo nn Important social event. San
Al.lllimilT To Mr, and Mrs, R. C.
Albright, formerly of Honolulu, at
Itedlands, Cnlirornlo, July 20, 11
Will Occupy Central Union
Pulpit For Comino
Dr. C. J. Hydcr, nno of tho most
prominent workevs In tlio eaiiso of
Christianity tluoughout tho States ar-
rhed In this city jeatenlay on the
China and will remain In the Islands
for n month or more.
Tho odlclnl position of Dr. Ryder
is that or conespoadlng secretary of
the American Missionary Association.
Ho la a writer of eminence along tho
linos of social educational and mis
sionary themes. Ho Is well known to
a number or people on tho Islands.
It Is ghen out that I)r. Hydcr will
nil tho pulpit or Central Union church
Tor the next five Sundays. Ho will
preach both mornings and evenings
on August S, 12, 19, ZS and Scptom
her 3, and will also preside over tlio
weekly prayer meollngs each Wed
ucsday evening throughout August.
Tonight will bo his nrst apiioar
nneo nt flio church nml It Is expected
that thoro will bo a largo number
theio In hear hint.
An Innovation connected with tho
f,crnions ot Dr. It) dor will bo tho In
troduction or n number of songs char
acteristic or tho South, and In this
connection ho will endeavor to teach
tho choir or tho church n number or
negro folk songs that will bo sung
during tho services.
Among those trom whom I havo
the honor to bear special mcssagCE
nro President King, or Oberlln; Dean
Curtis nml Professor Walker, or Yale;
President Nash, of Horkoley; lion, J,
O. Cannon, president of tho Fouitli
National Dank of New York and
chairman of the mon'i, religious for
Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES
TALK OVER FUTURE WORK
Secretaries or the W5I. C. A. are
having a busy week or It making out
their platiB and leports lor piesen
tatlon to the hoard or directors meet
ing which Is to be held August II.
Thoy are holding meetings during
oveiy morning of this week nnd tak
ing up tho vnrlnus phases In turn,
Monday morning the matter ot
membership wns dealt with and on
Tuesday education came In for dis
cussion. This morning tho secretar
ies went Into the matter of physical
-cniliiro and tomorrow will lake up
that of religion. On Friday tho mat
ter of handling boys will ho discuss
Kverylhlng Is lioonilng along well
lis far as the now building Is con
corned and there will bo no doubt
as to their getting Into It by Sopte'm-
ber 1. It will bo all finished then
with the exception or n fow timing
The bulk or the fitrnltiiro has al
ready been shipped nnd will como bv
tho American-Hawaiian boats arriv
ing on August 22 and September ",
Tho billiard tables nnd bowling nl-
loys lmo already arrived.
A. K. Lnilmor, educational director
of tho local Institution, who has Just
returned rrom nn extended trip to tho
mainland Is tn read nil interesting
paper on Industrial education at tho
hoard meeting August II. Ho visited
11 number of places mid has gatheied
Mime valuablo data.
roKiici.nsinti: or .moiit(i.mii:.
V. M. Harrison has been appointed
commissioner by Judgo 'W. J. llobln
sou In tho ensu of Until Hletiurdson
fluard against George W. Macfarlane,
et al, on 11 bill for roreclosuio or mort
gage. The innrtgago was mndo away
b.icV In 1S7.1 ror 11 note In favor of
Godfrey Ithodes foV $3117.12. Thoro
Is still due tho sum ot $1S17.12 nnd
with interest and costs, tho total
amount owing at tho present tlmo Is
$1!0S1.7G. The land Is on tho corner
of.Ilerctatila and Nuuaim and will bo
sold at public auction by Commission
er Hun lbon on August 19.
Judgo W. .1. lloblnson yesterday
gavo permission for tlio foreclosure
of n mortgage on lot IB" Klnait stteet.
J. I). M.itques was tho petitioner
against Irene Cornwall and W. II.
Cornwcll. Mrs. Cornwoll" borrow
$'.'.".0 rrom tho First National Il.mk
of Walliiku. Tho bnuk nsstgned its
Intel est to A. Lewis, Jr., who In turn
niado It ocr to Marques. Tho total
sum Imolvcd Is $:tG2.r0.
A CALL FROM KAIMUKI.
At the comer of I'alolo and Four
teenth nvciiuo, Kalmuld and near tho
residence or 31. T. Slinonton, thoro la a
Flint In tho midway that lina caus
ed lOfldentB to send iii tlio loud ped
alled tolce or protest over tho con
dition ot the tluuoiiKlifaro.
Chairman Sam DaIkIiI ot the city
and county road committee ha re
coiled an appeal fioin tho Knlmiikl
folk aslMiiK for roller. It la claimed
that thinuKh atorin, a portion or tho
toad Ikib hecomo woiu down until It
leaven exposed a lxullon or it water
plpo, Tho, condition or tho street Is
pionomieed u constant meiiaco I"
sarcty or residents.
W e II y II n 1 1 c 1 1 n II prr rear,
,lCe UIUCC (IK JaC-T nwaSa
nro not' f!li..r-om, even though
they !irj,llii.'i'i-pieru mounting!.
Tho supeilgr mxjiaiilcnl con
struction of Din Sliur-on means
comfort, diirnblllly am cltlcl
eney. Oe Sura You Cet Bhur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Oo'.ton Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
ALL FROM THE KODAK CITY
Honolulu Photo Supply
IN COPLEY PBINTf
PACfno PICTURE FRAMINd
1050. Nuuanu Street
PLACE .CARDS AND FAVORS
Novel designs and artistic conceits
faithfully executed. Tho prices aro
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
ASIC FOR TIII1M
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
And All I'ot r.ird
August Sale Now On
Rugs and Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
f ). Rox 40 Phono 309J
8uccetori to Shatfe & Seville
KING STREET. NEAR ALAKEA
Phono 3085 P. O. Box 491
"The Pioneer Plumber"
1B2 Merchant Street Phone
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
r.HtlmatrM civen on till kinds nt
, Concrete Work Specialty
'AUAIII STREET. NEAR NUUANU
.ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily dlcorders ladles and gentlemen,
BARON SCHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
Phono 3467 or cull at 176 P. Kind St.
3uy in J
pnfREAT BtNJAMIN COMP0IJM
Iherbalo JSL I
I dure. Constipation. KHitv I .
Nikesriow.UlGh mJM '
I .Stomach and Liver fjBulBA I,
I kojuljliir, Gl(SK9fh I
Curobtha Kldnes. 5!" I
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan lloom with Hath nnd
Hoard from UM 11 Day
Eurcpaan Plan Room with Hath from
2.00 11 Day
Special Monthly Rates
A high-class Family and TourlM Hotel.
Half block' from Columbia Theater,
nnd on the edge of Ihu Retail Shop
ping District, livery room with I'rl
vato Hath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING! WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of th City
ROSA & CO.,
Make and Qufcn fltreeti
TOS SALE AT AIL BAA1
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop.
The Wall Beautilier
Old, dingy walls are made
bright, fresh and attractive by
the use of this superior kalso-
DEKORATO is roady for In
stant use upon being mixed with
Call and aeo us about It.
lewers & Gooke,
177 S. KING STREET
DO NOT PUT IT OPF USE
Pau Ka nana
Will Do It
ALGAROBA DEAN MILLS
ONE 8ECOND.HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone 2415