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eVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, SEPT. IB, toll. ' .i't i'J? ;""
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JMILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
jOp.rated on the American Plan only. Each room hat ouUlde expotura. Rata
asked ro lets (Service, Culilne and Surroundings considered) than can ba
I found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
, Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United Statet or Canada. Wire ahead for
. reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlet and full particular con-
vw.ii.iiy iivivi roiicri Haarvsii ui iu
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.00 a day tip
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and i convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
ratei. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car-lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
s Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"A BC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Sanare. San lfranci.no
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Under the Sfonagement of
f' ' ' J AMIS WOODS
FACIM1 the hc.iiitlful pnrk
In the heart of the city,
which Is the llicjitrc of
the pitnclpnt events ol
the fjimons 'est h ills of 8ai
Francisco, this hotel, In en.
vlronmcnt and atmosphere, ri
presses most pleasantly the
enrntortiible spirit of eld Cal
ifornia. The rojnltj and aahllltj ei
the Old World nnd the Far
East nnd the men of high
achievement In America who
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
the hospitality and Indlrldnal
Ily of San Francisco to the
The building-, which 4marks
the furthest adianee of science
In service, has now the largest
capacity of au hotel structure
In the West, and upon comple
tion of the 1'ost street annet
will he the largest earatanscry
In the world.
WHILE TIIK SERVICE IS UN.
USUAL, THE l'KICDS ABE
European Flan from $2.00 Up
A family hotel w'icre Tour
IstH ttnl MiiuTort to a
degree llit, i-lieora. A pl.ico
of rwt for tlio bruin-n'orkcr-
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Emma GU abovo' Vineyard
8PEND A PORTION OF THIS
, WEEK AT
, 'IT IS THE BEST PLACE IN THE
' . ISLAND8
Room and Board
W. C. Drpin, Prop.
Is a science and only on that
basis do wo olfer to repair your
wat'cbi ol whatover grade It
113 HOTEL STREET
BULLETIN ADB HAY'
i aaiim i m
8ANTA BARBARA, Cat.
uni, r-, v. uo , nunaiuiui
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE -
American Plan Room with Rath and
Hoard from it 00 a Day
European Plan Room with Uuth from
11.00 n Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlRli'daita Family nnd Tourist Hotel,
, Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on tho edRo of the Retail Shop
ping Dtatrlct. Every room with Pri
vate Rath. PoaltUcly Fireproof.
W. S. Zander, Manager
Keervatloin mnile through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Bailnew
Agents for such well-known care
a Packard. Pope-Hartford, Btevena
Duryea, Cadillac,' Thomas Flyer,
Bulck, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAOE CO.
For the BFST RENT CAR8 in the
city, ring up
OLDSMQBILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404) LANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
ALL WE ASK IS A THIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl 'Building
Us. a PRE6T-0-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and say. Osn.rater
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Folding Chairs and
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoelle Young Hotel
P O. Rot Mo Pnona 1011
IICUT WOIIK . LOWEST PHI0B8
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P, 0, Us -m . . . ('lions 30a
n .mi ijiiHii
' TO WOMEN
i no Rig sislcr Movement was
discussed In mi Interesting manner by
MIsb Mil) n. in I at a "meeting of tho
Liidlca' Aid Society of tho ' Central
Union church nt tho homo of Mrs. J,
II, Athcrtnn on King street this nflor
lioon. Miss Mnynnnl recently c.imo
from tho mainland nnd her ret lew of
thu work was most In'crcstlng, There
was a largo attendance, n pleasant
hour over tho tea cups following
Mies Mnjnnrd'a address.
Tho l'rlnco.sx l'ollgnnc, formerly
Mlas Wlnnarettn Singer, has Just
opened In Paris tho IVmiulutton Sing
er Pollgnac, an npnrtmcnt hoimo for
alxly-four families. Theso nro do
Hlgnod to glvo healthful living condi
tion for the poor. Tho buildings nro
of brick nnd Iron. A room nnd kitch
en may.be had for $44 a year: with u
dining room in addition, I GO; with two
rooms nnd n largo kitchen, $72, and
as tho height of luxury, two rooms,
dining room, kitchen and boxroom,
$82. Thus nil rents are below tho
$100 rate, where tnxes begin. A gar
den cost $! n 5 ear in ndilltlon.
Uninformed pcrbons probably would
assume that the begum of Phopal la
a man. Her appearance nt tho coro
nation, however, revealed tho fact of
ho femininity to the English speak
ing world. Tho English newspaper
report that her hlghnesH was some
what shocked nt the height and to
her mind masculinity of tho KngllKh
women. She litis a'korror of largo
extremities and was delighted to
Icnrn that Queen Victoria was a very
email woman. Tho begum rules oer
n little Indian Btnta having a popula
tion of CC5,0t)0.
Mrs. Wllloughby Cummtngs Is tho
first woman to recclvo tho honorary
ilegreo of doctor of civil law from
King's college, Windsor, Novn Sco
tia. Woman school teachers In the high
er schools of Russia hnvo been put
on tho same wngo schedule ns man
teachers with tho samo rights In re
spect to 'pensions. Whercer discus
Blon of tho matter took place there
was n strong feeling' that wome'i
should rccelvo equal pay with men
for equal work.
If you 'Icavo whlto slllc -ribbon In
'Ingcrlo when It Is washed It soon
turns an ugly jcllow. Pale 'blue rlb
Ixm will not do this; It washes whlto
nnd stays thaf feolor. Nhrrow linen
tdio 'can bo substituted 'for 'ribbon
In lingerie: It will' not wear 'out so
badly an silk and keeps its color ns
long as It Is used.
Ginger bonbons nro readily madi
by taking oblong pieces' of preserved
glngor and Inserting' Ihes6 in the hol
lows of flna largo dates 'which have
been stoned. Draw tho date together
and roll In powdered sugar.
If a maynnnalso dressing curdles In
the making It need not bo thrown
nway. Set It aside until tho next day
and whon tho nil has completely sep
arated from tho rest of tho nilxturo
pour off every drop, gradually boat It
In again, drop by drop. Havo every
thing vory cold and beat quickly. The
work may not bo a success, but vory
often Is, and It ig worth whllo to
make tho attempt.
u t ,1
Miss Julia Hrncken1 Wcndt has won
tho prlzo offered iiy tho Los Angeles
Political Eqaullty league for (ho bo3t
poster In favor of equal suffrage Miss
Wendt's poster represents Justice
seated with her hand on a' shield em
blazoned with the wdrds,' "Intelli
gence Has No Gender." Tills devlco
Is to bo used on tho stationery und
tho literature of tho league
When tho club season opens In Now
York club women will be asked by
the New England Woman's club of
Boston to Indorse tho resolutions
passod by that body In favor of In
ternational peaco. Mrs. William Cum
mlngs Story, former Btate president
and leader of the D. A. It. work, nnd
also president of tho Woman's Re
publican club, says ' that It Is pre
eminently appropriate for the club U
Indorse the resolutions. Clubwomen
In other states will also be asked to
indorse the resolutions.
In arranging flowers In bowls nnd
also In tall vases, It Ik n good plan
to make a network foundation al
most as loose as a nctblrd's nest, of
privet, box, codar, or any stlrT green
branches or twigs thn( may bo avail
able, I.el this foundation ha wholly
undor wator, and prepare It before
putting a sluglo flower In tho water.
Even If It shows It will look quite
pretty, With such n foundation tho
shortest sloninicil llowera may bo ar
ranged with ouso and giaco in Die
tnllost vases or deepest bowls.
Hcullops boiinit Kciitlops nro
iiliioug Iho iippHronlly illinciilt Ihliivs
In those lemirrecteil ilororiilluns. To
enihrolilnr sriillopii mi luilf u dozen
lllflu lliiiinceH for u skirt llinus.li ll
would Io a wnik ri'quliliiK soiiinllmo
nnd niilfiiio, would nut ili'inumi Hip
NUpiTlllllllUII HIHi'M Hllll Wllllhl it )-
pjiill) liu iioi'ili'il In miiihlu nun In
bind imully nil llii'lr IHIIu.mim's mid
iiiui'l liini iii'iiri illiilriill ijimi
tttmMd, Uvtr, kldmy Mi
KB THIS FICTWSt MUST
t on evs.T rc
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ACMlwb Wcm. I
UN m BrMttl Ust U.W,etsrtM
Honolulu Drug Co.
binding tho flounces, .which are vory
likely to be of taffeta, would bo tho
task of giving n similar finish to tho
little turnover collars of net that
Hnmotlmcs accompany them. Hound
scallops havo' n quaint charm about
them that will appeal to ninny, but
If one's object Is only to get a con
trasting lino of color at tho edges It
would probably bo easier to sew on
narrow ribbon or braid
Among tho most artistic coiffures Is
one in which tho hair Is draped In an
undulating fanhlon, so ns to cover the
ears. With this goes the wide sliver
fillet, which encircles tho head, whllo
nt tho back two or thrco soft curls
droop carelessly from tho hand of
Klher. A fashion that flnds favor
with somo women Is tho wearing of
u head band of coloied ribbon, em
broidered with bonds of nil shades.
Tiny wreaths of pink' roses with pearl
centers nre favored by the )oung girl
nnd n plain ribbon band tied n a
small bow nt tho side Is very nttrnc
tho and youthful.
Many n gown this enr Is made with
yoko and umlorslecves of lace or not.
sen. LKt d Apmbm.
tad WW m 5mm
Piim jj SuMck Uki
mis hous mucn more qutcmy man iv. Ill be procured, however, and tho
tho gown. On this account. It Is well) matters ilxcd up.
to sow In tho yoko and slcccs by!
nanu, so incy may no easily rcmove.1
when It Is necessary to glvo thorn
moro than a superficial cleansing. Tie
foro taking Ibem out, however, out
line with n thread yoko and sIcoci
Just where they nro sowed Into plnro.
This done, It Is a vory simple mnt
tcr, after tho laundering Is completed,
to return tho yoko nnd sleeves.
Fred L Wnldron, tho now president
of the Commercial Club, will bo the
honor guest nt u "dividend dinner" to
be ghen by tho club next Monday
night. Arrangements nro under way
for a general "Jinks." Tho invitations
rend as follows:
"Know ycj that 'the entertainment
commltteo' of Honolulu's most" pros
perous nnd growing commercial club,
smarting undor what, fliay bo termed
'a cruel ubuso of a vast assembled
membership' at a recent meeting, has
decided 'that It Is moro glorious to
give than recclve'nnd to that end wo
now claim your attention.
"The price of sugar soars high,
with a good year well to the rear, nnd
n still brighter one close In frdnt of
us. No better, brighter, bigger or
classier way to celebrate It thun at
"Time, Monday, September 18, sevon
o'clock in tho evening.
"I'lnce, club rooms, McCundless
building, top floor, elevator sor'vlce
guaranteed by principal ownor him
self. "fllrl, at homo!
"A program fit for tho richest sugar
baron or humblest stockholder in the
country. Tboso interested In 'Moun
tain Queens' or 'Ollvo Oil' stocks are
especially Invited. A 'Two Hollar!
Dinner' will bo horved nt ono dollar
for this occasion only, with an un-l
usual display of Una crockery, linen I
nnd tnblo slhorware, supplemented
with a beautiful souvenir menu.
"Tho main point Is, wo are anxious
that you should ba one of us; honco.
"Tho country Is now being searched
for any stray talent Hint yet lemaliis
kecluiled from this committee, and It's
nil youis for tho asking." j
Th program rontiilns nn overture
by Iho Kiuil qiilniPt, moving pl turns
by It, K, lloiilim, solos by Arthur l'
Wall, llnynold Mitlinw, Jiiiunn Fen.
whk nini Cm :, Hauler a violin
miIii Is iiiinlci (iiiiii W , 1,11111,
spirliilHuN fiimi IJ, H ViiiihIiiiii niul
Iho "I'li'in ilu 1 1 i'n Mm lieu" fom J,
That tho Rcncr.tl outlook for tho
coming school term Is rood Is tho
opinion of 8upcrmtcnri6nt of lfcluca
llon Willis T. Pope.. There nro u few
email nmttrrK which have nut yet been
adjusted, Including tho' Wutertown
scluio), but these l.e thinks will bo flX
ed very shortly. " -
Referring to tho Wntcrtown school
hn Hlllit thin inrtt-nlnir Ihiit thn ilonftrK
ment Is helpless to the mnttcr arid that
It all lies with the county. A year ng6
the department bad applied .for a
building there and had been strug
gling along In .1 small building lent
by tho Dlllliighniis during tho first
part of this' yeu. No one knows
whether they coul I get It fbr this year
or not, nnd owlni; to the Incrcnso In
tho number of children it would not
bo largo enough miyway. It Just held
thirty-two children and tho teacher.
An extra teacher has been scheduled
for the school, nnd he has also nsked
the old one to go back ngaln. If tho
county did not got to work and pro
vide a building lio Is helpless, ns tho
department of educntlon can not spend
n'ny money for this purpose.
Thero will be crowding nt somo ofi
me sciioois, out mis can not nc ncipca
nnd will very likely bo straightened
out during the term. The worst place
will be nt Hala. Thoy have been given
nddltlonnl teachers and will manago
somehow. The olhcr places aro Wal
nnac, Walalun, Atea, Knhuku, Wal
Dabu and Knnnw.i. At the Inst i named
nlAPA thfti' firn nftlnvl fMit nn Ifi.'trnl
room themselves and hnVo been given
nn extra teacher, which shoilld in part
help out. Ho has written In connec
tion with the reported trouble at tho
Volcano school, hut lias heard nothing
of nny trouble from there.
Tho outlook for tho school yenr Is
very good. There Is nmple money
nbend for n leeway In tho teachers'
salaries. Their appropriation amounts
to 1 45.000, and when they get In full
swing they will only bo using about
$70,000. -Thero nro only a ery fowl
teachers whotaretnot certificated .ow-'
ing io ine'incwiJiDi'.ino; noacif nasnn
nnunccd nfrjolicyj Bf -not' graiitlng (posi
tions to those who 'nre not nnd Intends
to. ktlulljyils'Mljqrevcr Jtican. Tho
summer fsclieo't gave iy Krejt' tumbcr
tliM "ipWtunlly, tn'm'jtljmjiejvcs out.
There will beMwo.ror. three schools
short of teachers becnuse of tho fact
Hint BmnA tf tlior.i tvlll tint an nwav
'from their own dlstrkts. Substitutes'
Dr. E. V. Wilcox, lirectir of tho
Federal experiment station, Is ex
pected to lenvo the malnltnd for Hn-
.wall somo time during ioxt week, lie
has reached as ,far north as Oregon,
whoro he Is advocating an extension
of tho dlroct trade bctwuon there und
At tho present timo Portland and
tho Stato of Oregon take more of our
pineapples than anywhere else but
thero aro many other agricultural
products from hero 'which could be
placed on the market there. Hawaii,
lie states, uses largo riquinlitles of
flour, potatoes nnd manufactured art
icles which Oregon is In -x noslllon to
furnish better than any of tho other
States on tho coast. Ho puts down
the lack of Interest to tba fact that
Hawaii has not been properly adver
tised In Oregon. ' ,
Tourists he stntes from Oregon arq
going much to Increase tho Interest;
but so far IL has been mostly one-t
sided, nearly all of the Hawaii people
going to San Francisco. Ho believes
that an active effort to bring about
travel between Hawaii and Oregon
would do much to Increase a lluo of
business that would be of benefit to
both. Ho also suggests that an effort
should be made on the part of the
Oregonlan merchants to obtain estab
lishment qf a more direct line of
steamers between Honolulu and Tort
land. There are tome things too
awful to contemplate one
is the giving of alcohol in the
guise of medicine to boys.
is the only preparation of
Cod Liver Oil that contains
absolutely no alcohol, drug
or harmful Ingredient of
any sort, m .svMi.it
tiid 'mutton chops boi.tj at the market are
tender and juicy, lacking only the 8 tho no,
woolly taste' often found in mutton. you will
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