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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, AUQ. 24, 1911.
- - - " ' s
Geary Street, above Union Squtie
Juit oppotile Uatel Si. FrtncU
Eurootsn PUn SI .60 a dsy up
American PUn $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
!ngs cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamer
Hotel Stewart now rccognlzcd'as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Tra wets" 'A. 13. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FACING the licaatlful pnrk
la the hwirt of the cltj,
nlilcl' Is the tlientro ol
the pilnrlpat erenU of
I tin famous fcitlrals of Sal
FrnnrKco,' (his hotel, In en
vironment and atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasnully the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
The royalty aid mobility ot
the Old World and the Far
East and the men of high
achievement la America nho
assemble hero, contribute to the
cosmopolite's atmopkere of an
Institution- which represents
the hospitality and Individual
ity of Shu Francisco to the
The hiilldluKi which marks
the farthest ailvnneo of science
In sen Ice, has now the liirgeit
rapacity of nny hole! structure
In tho West, and upon comple
tion of the Cost street nnnei
will he the largest earavansery
In the world.
NIIILK THE SERVICE 18 UN
USUAL, T1IK VBICtS ABB
European Planrom $2.00 Up
JIOO.MY HUITKH AND
Al'I'UAL TO TOUIMSTB
who i.iku i'i.i:nty oi
aiii and rnniiDOH
rilOM CITY HNVinON-
mukts. Tim iiatus
Ann not num.
ii: huhb YOt' mrr in onu
nnmiti: Tin: xiiakon iinds.
nOT OUT YOUIl ItUOMS IN
Rooms and .Board
W. C. Bergln, Prep.
v INGLENQ0K WINES
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
' 0IQAX ROW ie
at. A OUKST CO tusntt
NEW DRUG STORE
J- Wtll Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA Vt'ATUll COONTAIN
"" HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel 8treet, at end of Beth.l r
I THE GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
I Guree Constipation.
StOmath and Liver
Cures tho Kidneys.
rEsianiT.J' htjh 0 j Sn in'. Hi' tilth
Pcnhurst meets in front
and stays that way. his
non-shrinkable, fins the
strongest of buttonholes
and ample tic space.
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known car
u Packard, Cope-Hartford, Bteveho-
Ouryea, Cadillac, Thomas -Flyer,
Dulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies ft Repairing
..For th. BEST RENT CARS In the
city, rlno up
pLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. M0
8CHUMAN CARRIAO.E CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
COTTON CREPE 8HIRTS, KIMONOS
AND PAJAMAS '
1248 FORT ST., ABOVE'liERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF DEYjQOOM
WAN YING ClibNG
King Street, Ewa Fiihmarket
Wing Chong Co.
XIKQ IT- HEAK BITKL (
Dealers in' Furniture, Mattresses,
rto., etc. AU kinds, of X0A tad Mil
II0K FUHNITUHE made to order.
FINEST FIT i
And 010 of Al Quality Cm kt
, MO.OANDLESS BLDO. u
P. 0. Box del Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL Q00D8
Wing Wo Tai & Cp.
,841 Ntiuanu. near King Street
PIIONB 1020 '
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Xing and Nuuanu Street ' i ,
ASAHI TEAM JO ,
Palamas Have Not Been De
feated Yet and C. A. U.
Just the Opposite.
Ax tho Athletic Park wtn not In tit
condition for play lull Sunday morn
Iiik, tlio Oaliu Junior names had to bo
Iioxtponeil and will be plnycd nt tho Tho crcaton of ono tremendous mill
end of tho series, ',nry un)t WB nccompllshed for the
Next Sunday morning- will sco ono of r.t ,me gnc(J ,ho cv War jurnK
tlio must hotly-contested games ployed ,ho reccnt mBncuVcr8 along tho Mc)(l
ut tho park, bctuccn the two leading rnn b-n,,, u fho onlnlon exuressed
tetune ot tho series. Tlio Asnbls will
iry to nrcim me ioiib nirniB oi vie-
tnrlea which tho lMliimua have been
tilling up Blnce the nerlca Hurtcd, t
jet having lost a gnmc. ,
Tlio gumu in utiriiciing mucn nuen-
tlon among tho followers of tho league,
mid tbo Uirn-out Hunday Bhould excel
all prclou8 games. I
Tlio Pulumus luuo met the Asahls
before, when tho Nlpponeoo wcro
fented Imtlly, but idnco then they buo
Improved it lot and hne lout only tho
one game to tho Pulumni) If they
nmnnge to take tlio I'alamun Into camp,
tho Japanese funs will go wild with dc-i
light, at both tciima will then bo 'even
for championship honors of the first
The Maruiamu brothers, who da tho
twirling for thu Asahls, tire a hard
bunch, to bent und In ulmost ocry
Bam5 kotli of them lake chances In tho
Tho minimis linxo been playing with
their old standby In thc(l box right
through the scries, and often he allows
hla'nnnnnKnli In Ml liU flirt ra ntllv
to Und tlio bull caught by his backers.! Future plans of the department
The I'alnnm teiim Is comnosnl of somo 'contemplate the creation of a num-
nuppy ball plaers, and they can ccr-.be'' ' Bl,h unH9 " 'he different
t'nlnly play boll. military divisions, which, 'In skeleton
"Tho llrst gam'o of tho afternoon will form' ' represent tho entlro mobile
be pulled oil between tho 'Aalas and,8tren8th of tho Unlted S,ate Armr
Muhock's The Auin team, managed by,on wnr 'ootlng. ,
Sam Hop. has somo good placrs, but Tho staff nnd supply departments
lacks team work. Sam expects to do Scncrnl y gao . cry satisfactory scrv
tho twlrtfng Sunday, and be will de.,lcc- While some staff service presents
lUcr Homo of his ncwly.lnvcnted more noticeable fen urea than othera,
cunes ugalnst the Mubocks, which ho ,,Bcnora! boll'f ,n,t,,e :
culls "Upsboot" l" ' l ' mo,ern American field
The llrst game takes place promptly lb1nke.ry nd,th "nc" of munlca-
t 0-.3S o'clock. All tho plaicr, nro t,0,n "tal,flS?1 bT .V'l ""l? S"1
. i. .,...-. '' .solve two of the problems which have
MAY FALL FLAT
President Pratt presided at the
first meeting of tho board of health,
tlijico hfs appointment;, esterday aft
ernoon. Three casoa of tuberculosis
wore reported" from tile' Industrial
tcliool nt Wnlalcc. Tents nro to be
erected and tho dormitories fumigat
ed. Dr. Pratt stated that (his .would
clean tho placo out and In all prob
ability stop any further spread of dis
ease. Tho board mado a visit of inspec
tion to somo land owned by J. Alfred
Magoon In Kcwaio where ho proposo
to erect ten cottages with n thirteen
foot roadway between thorn. Tho
land Is two feet nine Inches above
high water mark nnd thorp nro pools
around It which have -a strong odor.
Mngoon In his picscnt plans shows
ono central cesspool which ho thinks
according to tho hoard, tho ebb nnd
flow of tho tldo will keep clear. Tho
board pwinbcra appeared to think
otherwise, however, nnd Magoon is to
bo asked to como before them at their
meeting next wcok. From their state
ments jesterday It seems as though
thero will bo very llftlo chanco of tho
plan being approved.
Tho board will', hold Its regular
meetings in tho future nt half past
three o'clock Thursday aftoruoons.
fandom' at 'random
Tho English press Is handing out a
panning to tlio proposed Johnson-Wells
light. The papers whoso antagonism
was nroused will continue the roasting
nnd the tight may bo called on as a
consequence ut any moment Whatever
happens, Johnson will not lose by tho
truntinctlon Tho promoters have 10,
000 posted nnd should anything happen
to Interfere with tho match, Jock is to
draw down 75 tier cent, of nil posted
money us a forfeit. Wells gets thoj
balance. Should the match go on
Johnson will conclude his theatrical
engagements with it week's lecturotour
nt tho Wnclry Market, Edinburgh, on
August 28 nnd go from thero to Black
pool (Liverpool's Coney Island), where
he will train and give public exhibi
tions until the day ot tho light.
In the game at J.ahnlna on Tuesday
between the All-Muut and Chinese at once. Would you not bo willing to
teams, tho last Inning s it very ex-'Bpend your Inst cent. to find tho cure?
citing ono, when tho Chlpese pulledl Hut you need not leave homo for
themselves out of a bad hole. Dunn "l"01"'""1 Z'lT ItSZl r'gllt
.., . . . ,, , , i hero In your own home town!
was on third The man at tho plate, A Bm'pla wagh of 0 of w,ntor.
struck outi then tho next man wns out Krccn Tnvmoi Hmj other IngrcdlonU
on u pop fly, Two out and a man on as compounded only In D. I). I). Pre-
thlrd. Kealca was the next mnn up roscrlptlon will bring instnnt relief
nnd he tried his luck. Ho succeeded In to that terrible burning Itch, and leave
meeting tho ball nnd It went to third, the skin ns smooth and healthy aB
while he raced to flrst, but U Tin, who that of n child.
was holding down third, got hold otlnD" "W J?''h for ,,ll,,,,,M nl,a
Iho ball nnd sent It home In time to
catch Dunn at the plate.
-BULLETIN ADS PAYM
i t . t
AFTER 40 YEARS
Major General Carter Says
First 'Time Accomplished
, , Since Civil War. '
, ' BY C. S. ALBERT.
( Kiw clul b ii 1 1 r 1 1 n Correspondence. )
WAHiiirtrvrnv. n. C... Annum 11.
by Major-Qencral Carter, the coin-
mndcr-ln-chlcf. Ho anys tho real
,mrnoso of tnc nsemblngc, anldo from
(nternatlonnl consldcratloiis, hb to
try guch an' oxicrlment In his opln-
on- nve jmeg tno moncy CXpetiUeil
Would not eatml tdo benefits derled
or Indicate tho valuo to tho country,
Qcncral Carter says this was tho
nrat nnnnrtunltv nfforded tho modern
ilc-'artJly to assemble all brnnches of tho
service tho Infantry, tho cavalry, the
artillery, the transportation and sub-
Hlstcnce departments and to mako a
thorough test of what had been purely
theoretical estimates ot the proper
balance betweon them. As might
have been expected, It was Boon found
libnt thero was need for considerable
readjustment of the relative, numerical
strength of tho nrlous branches to
mako ono perfect whoK That prob
lem was worked out by tho tcsi of
tactual practice, and General Carter
iccis mat wncii no ieii i exits ne nitu
brought Into being tho pcrrcct mill
tary unit which has been so long de
Sired by army Strategists.
in the past l given considerable con
cern. One of the Important things learned,
says General Carter, was the fact that
tho equipage of the army can be ma
terially reduced. While the division
possessed no' automobiles, tho experi
ence has shown that motor trucks can
be profitably' employed to tnko the
place of n great 'roanypack trains.
Tho pack trpln, however, cannot be
entirely eliminated, as only by the
old reliable mulo can tho luggago ot
an army bo transported over rough
nnd mountainous country.
The plans for tho Richards street
wnnrf were approved by tho board of
harbor commissioners at their meet
ing held yesterday afternoon at tho
Capitol. Tho now structure will bo
tho snmo height as the Alakca street
wharf and Includes a balcony which
will not be put In at tho present tlmn,
lion over, owing to lack of funds. Illds
aro to bo called for furnishing and
laying ohla .blocks nnd also tor (en
dors for constructing the' shod. Tlio
sides will be fitted with openings suf
ficient to work the ports and hutches
of any ship. ,
Plans wcro also shown for tho sea
wall. nnringsa havo been completed
and tho specifications are expected to
be ready In a few days. Tho estimate
Is about $23,000,, which U exclusive
of dredging. Tho slips will be deep
ened back to tho now wall. ,
Tho board Is to mako a visit to
Ahtilmanu during tho next few days
to look over tho proposod wharf site
there. With tho development of tho
pineapple business on the windward
sido of tho Island and In view of the
fact that tlioro will be ft lot of frolglit
nccossary for tho Oaliu tunnel scheme
It Is claimed that a wharf is badly
needed there. Ebcn P. liw brought
tho matter beforo tho board
WASH THAT ITCH AWAY-
It Is said there are certain springs
In Kurope that give relief and cure to
Eczema and other skin dlseuscs. If
you knew that by washing In these
waters you could be rolleved from
that awful itch, wouldn't you make
every effort to' take a i trip to Europe
If you have not already tried it, get
n bottle today. $1,00, We assure you
of Instant relief. Jlonson, Smith & Co.,
Fort and Hotel streets.
If you are a woman and you have this symptom ect
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound without delay.
Backache seems an invention of the evil ohe to try
woman's souls. Only those who suffer this way can under
stand the wearing, ceaseless misery.
We ask nil such women to read the following letter
for proof that Mrs. Pinkham's medicine cures backache
caused by-woman's diseases.
Morton's Gap. Kentucky. "I anffcred two
years with female disorder, my health was Tory
find and I had av continual bnckaoho which was
Wm simply awful. I
'SR enough to cook
enough to cook a meal's victuals without my
backaearlvltllllnr mcamd I would have such
J'r i if r
drantas; sensations I eould hardly bear It. I
had sotess on each aide, could notstrit tljrht
clothing:, aa4 was Irregular. J was completely
run dowm. On advle I tookr Ljrdla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound and Diver Pills and
am enjoying good health.- It Is now more than
two years and X haveaet bad an ache or pain
since. I do nil my own work, washing and
everything, and naver havo the
mcdlcino Is grand and I pratM It to all my neighbors. If you
think my testimony will help others you may publish it." Mrs.
Ollie Woodall, Morion' Gap, Kentucky.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has" made
thousands of cures of such cases. You notice we say has
cured thousands of cases: That means that we are telling
you that it has done, not what we think it will do. We
arc stating facts, not guesses.
We challenge the world to name another remedy for wo
man's ills which has been so successful or received so many
testimonials as hasLydiaE.Pinkham'sVcgetablcCompound.
For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female ill, No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicines
Made ezelsnlvei.froni roots and barbs, and .
has thousand of enres to its credit.' ( i
MagKtoMrs. Plnkham Invites all atak women l
Mr to write bar for. advice. She has
guidad thousands to health free i of. onargo.
AddfCNt Mis. Plnkbaaf, Lynn, Mas.
YOUR BOSOM FRIEND
18 THIS LAUNDRY WHHN IT COMES TO I.AUNDERINC1 ,DRESS
SHIRTS. MOST BEAUT1FU1. FINISH AND NO HARM T.O THE GAR
MENT. . X, . ' .
How Honolulu Impressed ono mem
ber of the world-louring stenmcr
Cleveland party Is graphically told In
a recent issuo of tlio Daltjmoro Amor-
lean. William O. Frlzcll writes as
rton. mi.alr. rllnmln nnd cordl-
allty are tho paradise-creating cliarac-
torlstlc's of Honolulu. They mako alt
visitors remember1 Honolulu as tho
moat beautiful, lovable spot of tho
universe. .,W!th music nnd flowers wo
cro grrotcd. Whon. tho Cleveland
entered the bay she stopped to rcpelvo
tho welcoming launchs, bearing an across mo nay uio hiih m iu,
Hawaiian orchestra, and singers and l'lyel n t,ho shoro by tho Royal Ha
lad'en with flowers. After a sorcniido wi""" bnI". As this paradlso Island
tho Bhlp's stops wore lowered, and up ' ' l'llc. with lis nowcrs. music
tripped sprightly Hawaiian maidens, Iiosjltallty. had mado ,us con
followed by u rooeptlon committee Btnntly 7ccl "Aloha, thoro seemed a
tarrying bushel baskots ot flowers. BPccl' fltnc8 ln Ma welcome song
When wo marched down on to tho
dock, garlanded and wreathed with
flowers and wearing b,lg, bright but
tons proscnted by tho reception com
mittee bearing tho Hawaiian word
of welcome, "Aloha!" wo looked as
foolish and felt as).proud as sweet girl
graduates carrying' their daisy chains.
On tho now dock, to which tlio
Cleveland was fastened nnd which
only a month beforo slio had christ
ened, tho roval Hawaiian bund wel
comed us with "Aloha'! nnd ollior aim,
and many pcoplo wcro thero to greet
their American friends. Honolulu, tio
cupiuti ui ma American lurruury oi
Hawaii, is a growing city with a mixed
population. Tho city has a modern
progressive appearance, v with well
paVod streets, electrlacars, substan
tial business blocks, largo hotels and
The principal sights of Honolulu aie
tho government building or old palace,
tho, Bishop Museum, tlio Corul Congre
gational Church, tho Tall, the I'unch
bowl, Wnlktkl beach, and tlio aquar
ium. All can bo visited easily In a
day, but Honolulu can bo enjoyed In
definitely. Tho Hawaiian pcoplo nro it good-natured,
easy going, attractive people,
who aro decreasing rapidly In num
bers. Tho little girls are very bright
and pretty, but as they grow oler
they are inclined to stoutness.
There n're n number of Interesting
short excursions from Honolulu. From
the adjacent mountains can be ob-
talncd a view of ueu and alley, that
could not itaad on my feet lonjr
a meal's victuals without my
backache any mote. I tntn
J. ABADIE, Prep.
Kr i iv
r . '!
rlvnls tho ono from tho top of tlio rock
nt Cnprl. Italy. '
Many rodo out In automobiles to
view the sugar cano and pineapple
plantations. Sugar is king In Hawaii
Tho sugar yield for J908 amounted to
vt ltO.000,000, and, the largest sugar
mill In tho world Is there Music is
another pleasant memory of Honolulu,
'Every whoro wo henrd and t enjoyed
-Hawaiian music. For two days our
l'rty was kept busy, Intorcstcd and
delighted at Honolulu.
Tho great dock wns crowded, and
w ? awny thre capo to us
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hpcclal nullFtin CorrenpuiHiinec.)
WASHINGTON. D. C. Ancust 11.-
Tho postponement of action- on tho
goncrul arbitration trcntlos wus fully
expected from tho day ot their receipt
by the Senate. It wns immediately
roallzcd by Senators that Article III,
which gives the )llgh Joint Court of
Inquiry power to determine what con
troersles shall bo submitted to The
Hague Tribunal, must bo amended.
Otherwise- the right of tle Senate to
participate In nil forms of treaty'
making would bo lessened to that ox
Two meetings of tho Foreign Rein
tlons CoimnlUeo fully convlncod Son
utor Cultom, Its' chairman, that notli
ing could bo accomplished beforo tlio
adjournment of the extraordinary ses
sion. Although deeply regretting de
lay, he frankly admitted that ratlflca-
Hon must be defened until the next
Miss Mary Do Witt nnd Clcorgo
PrcntlCe, Ihlng, In separate towns ln
Iowa, wero married by telephone.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Koom with Hath and
Board from M.00 a Day
Eurepsan Plan Room with Uath from'
$2.00 a Day
Spsclal Monthly Rattt
A hlgh-clasa Family ifnd Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
and on the edgo ot the rtetall (Shop
ping District, Every room with rrl
vats Bath. Positively Fireproof.
11 W, E. Zandtr, Managsr
ROSA & CO.
ottltd In Bond
JULES PEACHARDS A FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES,
W Dslivsr to Any Part of ths. City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea aai 'town Btrectl i
rOB IAIJI AT ALT. BAli
KINO AND 'HUDAHTJ STREET
You'll Ind !tkef N ailfiood f.l- j.
lows hers. J
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel or. Fort B, M. Dalits, Pros.
will lwK.choo ,vrnlhtt
mad by STANbARD VARNlSH
' A narfaei finlftl. fai flnnp,. al.
Lewers $ Cooke.
177 S. KINO-STREET
Horses. Mules and
The BI0T0XI DIA1EE and SI
PAIREB, baf morsd to -
180 KINO ITIIII
New location led front, near
Young Building, Telephone S518.
Paii Ka Hana
MOVE3 -THE. EARTH
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