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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 18, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLUL'U.T. H., MONDAY, SEPT. 18, W.
MILO M. POTTCtt, Mgr. SANTA BARBARA, Col.
Operated on the American Plan only. Each room has outtlde exposure. Rates
asked tire leis (Service, Cuisine and Surrounding! considered) than can be
found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cernlng Hotel Potter, address! (JTTO QERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
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Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high clas9 hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thtntreand
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts"ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of.
F ATI NO the tirnntlfiil pnrk
In the heart of (lie cllr,
which It the theatre ol
Hi iiliirluil events ol
the famous ft'Hll vitlx of San
FriincNco, llils licit ( I, In on
tlronairnt mid ntnicixplierc, ex
pr'.CM most pleasantly the
ronifortnlile spirit of old Gil
Iforulu. The rojnltj nnd nobility oi
the Old World nnd the Far
East nud the men of Iilgb
aclilfirmrnt In America l,wlio
assemble here contribute to the
cosniopolltnn ntinnsphrre of nn
Institution which represents
the lumpllnlllr nud luttlt Itlujtl
Ity of Nan Frnuclsen to Hie
The building, nlileh marks
the furthest advance of aclenre
In sen Ire, lias now the largest
capacity of unj hotel structure
In the West, nnd npon comple
tion of the Post street nnnn
will lip thti largest enriiranserv
In the itorld.
fill ILK THE SERVICE IS UN
USUAL, TUB 1'KICES ARK
European Flan from $2.00 U
A family hnlrl hcro Tour
tuts Unit I'limfnrt to n
ilegrw that chi'iTM. Aplnco
of ri'ft for tho lirnln
worUrh MISS JOHNSON,
(Emma 8L, above Vineyard
FOR REST AND COMFORT
THE RATES ARE LOW AND
TRAIN8 GO TO THE DOOR
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
Is a science nnd only on that
basis do we offer to repair your
watch, of whatever grade It
ft. J. A. R.Vieira S Co. Honolulu Monument
E 113 HOTEL 0TI1CET WOrkS, Ltd.
W MrUULLHTIN APR PAY-MI f. 0, lln Q . . . 'l,0. Mad
A QUIET, REFINED HOU3E OF
American Plan Room with llath and
Hoard from 14.00 n Day
European Plan Hoom with Bath from
12.00 n Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlch-cl.Tn rnmlly ami Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia Theater,
anil on tho edRO of the. Ilctall Bliop
pine District. Kvery room with Prl
vnte Hath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Ttpservntlons made through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street - - Honolulu
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
'Agents for such well-known ear
a Packard. Tope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
itulck, Overland, linker Electrlo, and
V. '. !L-! "8
Supplies & Repairing
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO. -Merchant
For the BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403; RENAULT,
No. 404) LANOAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
AM, VH ASK IS A TIHAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1623 Kapiolani Building
Us. a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and sav. Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Folding Chairs and'
J. liopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 6treet, opposite Young Hotel
V (). Ilox ltd Vuoim soil
ON THE "HIKE"
Arrives at Hilo With Much
More Inspection Work
Still To Do.
(SprcHl Till I let In CorrcsponiVnre.)
HILO, llnwnll, Hept. IB. Oovcmor
I'ri'nr, accompanied by Altorney-acn-
crnl Lindsay nnd Ijtnd Commissioner
Jiiild, sns nn nrrlval nt tho Hllo Hotel
last nlsclit. All appeared rather tired
nrtc- their trip through tfnu nnd In tho
section of proposed volcano reservn-.
tlnn They hnvo xpent n large part of
tho time In the paihllo ntut nro rnthvr
glad to hnvo n lost from this kind of
ThN noon tho Cloefnor will he the
Knest of the lll'O business men nt
luncheon In thcJIIlo Hotel It Is ex
pected that nhout sixty or more will
ho present, Including representatives of
nil the larger firms of this city nnd
the heads of tho various county de
partments. President Hi II. Klllott of
the Hllo Hoard of Trndo will preside,
ii lid among those, expected to speak
fire nnvernVir l'"reir. V. ?, Holmes, C.
E. Wright, John A. Rentt, C. C. Ken
nedy, Alhrrt Horner nnd Judge Wise.
Matters which w'tl ho tnken np will
lie the proposed opening of Wnlnken
lands vhleh nro hot In use nt the pros
ent time, the sale of lots In tho leln
Ity of tho volcano, opposition to tho
romnnl of tho Hllo Armory, tho belt
road question nnd general homestead
The TJovr'fnor plans o remain In this
city 'for sWernl days nnd nfter that
will go through the Hllo district, stop
pins nt HnknlnM to look Into homestead
conditions nnd then proceeding through
Itnmnkun to Knhaln, vtlicro he will tako
the Maunn Ken, leaving Mnhiiknna on
September 22, returning direct to Ho
nolulu, When seen last night ho had
little to say other than that ho had
spent most of tho tlmo lookW over
tho Knu homesteads, which ho found
In better rondltkm than he expelled.
nnd nt tho volenno had looked Into tho
Ke.iuhnu boundary with Surveyor Tom
Cook, who wont nn for that purpose.
(Special nil Hot In Corrcitpnin1eneo.)
POUT AhhllN, Kntinl, Sept. 17.
Tho Maknwcll JiiiseJmU toiui'han, won
the rlKimplmixhljnf'flho kimil. Dnso-
lmll LeiiBUC. 'tli M f 'j !
Mnknuell mill will finish grinding
enrlr rt October, with ini banner crop
bf'imich over, 30.n4p- tons! ,
Homo of tli youijs steers tlint nro on
tho market, of thoruiiKhbrcd Heieford
bulls Imported by tlte'Prlnccvllle plan
tntlon ranch, are frome of tho choicest
bovlnes ever raised on Kauai.
Tho ohla rrnd onpu season Is on all
6er tho anrden Isle, as evidenced by
these productH being on the market 6v
Tho nnnunl mcetlnRs of the Hacna
nnd Wnlnlha liui lands were well nt
tended tliN yenr. Tho stnnrtlns of tho
two concern shoVvs slRns of prosper
ity, particularly tho latter.
Tho Internal Vvenuo olllccra hnvo
been dolnir Rood business for tho Unit
'Hd I'ern'ande Is hailed by full houses
wherever 'hi hns appeared with his
Jeffries-Johnson ,moro wrestllnR than
pugilistic show pIcturoH. They nregood
to look nt, Just tho snme, nnd nro well
worth tho money. ,
At this wrltliiH rain Is fnlllne pretty
well all over tho Island. It will help
Klve tho young enne n good start.
BIG SHORTAGE IN .
EUROPEAN BE'iT CROP
Nows received by Aloxnndor &
Ilaldwln on Uio European situation
shows that the heit crop of lCuropo
will full short consltleruhly If the
1U10 record, tho least estlmuto being
11 HhortuKo of 1, CO,", 000 tons.
Measured In long tons tho flguros
nro na follows: ,
Muximim crop possible, C,r,20,000
tons; minimum, G,r.S5,000.
In li)09 tho. crop nmounted to C.138,-
000 tons, and In li)10 It wh'h 8,1 25,000
This shows that oven taking the
maximum beet crop of Kurope for this
year, It will still bo l.COA.UOO lung tuuu
short of tho crop of 1010.
HONOLULU GIRL TO WED
BRITISH NAVAL .OFFICER
Tho culmination of n pretty ro
inanco heKlns villi the iinnoiineemeiit
today hy .Mr. Kenneth Consens of the
1 IIKHKemi'llt nf her diuii;hter, Miss
l'nilicea lualnllo Cuiisens, to l.liul,
Troor Ilnidly-Wrimit of tho llrltlsh
l.leiit, Wllmot Is nn "Mloir on tho
llillUh (iulir ('InilleiiKir, whh'hpnss.
id lliriiiiKh Honolulu sinun tlmo iikh fur
the Kuilth Hi us. MUh (.'pusens nnd llm
I'UIMIK IlilVlll ulllrrr IflHUM'il nil III'-
iiiiiiiniiiiicii nf hiiiiu yi'iirk1 sinudliiK nn
Uio uttiill is tho iipiiiiiiiii'iini'iit uflliiilr
i niinMi'iiii'iii. Tim t'liiui'iis imwi Imii
liwhliiilM of iiii"IiiIii fur nisiily w
A Tonic Free from
Are you pate, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor If Aycr'sSar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. N6t a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It
puts Ved corpuscles into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
rrp,r( k. Dr. 1. C. Ayir a C., li.tl. Mm., I). 8, ft,
Bread Baked Daily
Yeu oan have your order changed
dally and b supplied with any oT
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
,i i . i 7 i 1 1 r i if
VVAS AVAROEO HICHE;8THONOR8
At tho 'recent 'Callfiir'nla slnto Kulf
held nt Sacramento:
A COLD AWARD . ,
A BLUEJHBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
has, the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 F0BT STREET
THE FAMOUS CHICAGO MAKE
Kitnsii, AKsorminNT just
Hotel Street . - Near Union
EAT AT THE
Everything New Servte Exesllsni
SIERRA CAFE '
16 Hotel Street
OPIJN DAY AND NIOHT
Fresh Ootne nnd rish received "with
each ship from the Coast,
WON Q CHONG, Proprietor
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY CO.
The Best Milk You Can Usa
AT ALL DEALER8
Will Do It
Pau Ka Hana
Oregon Senator Declares Pres
ident Is Using "Machine"
PORTLAND, September 2 Defend
ln his support of Senator LnPollette
nnd predicting tho defeat of Tuft If
the President lie renominated. Rch
ntor Ilourno has written a lottor In
resjionse to one received from an Oro
Kon ronstltticnt In which his views
are set forth at length. He declares
ho is chiefly opposed to Taft because
of the President's general attitude to
wards fundamental principles of kov
Senator nourno first assails the
President's reciprocity agi cement
with Canada saying ha Is convinced
the measure Is thoroughly unfair to
tho agricultural nnd' timber Interests
nnd especially unfair lo Oregon. He
cays ho Is certain that as time pass
es tho people will nu:rovo tho coursa
of thoso who opposed reciprocity.
Tho Senator goes on:
"Ho adheres to the old style of poli
tics and determines his course of po
litical action after consultation with
Mltlcnl manipulators of tho old
old school. His chief political h'm Mil
lions In nit tho 'States, tm far as 1
know, nro with tho class 'of politi
cians who maintained their lower
through the conttnunnco of tho old
r.jstem of political machines. This
Is ccrtajnly true In Oregon, Ho mnil
IcBts an Intention to uso Federal pal
ion nee to foroo his rcnomlnntlon re
gnrdless (tt the 'wishes .of tho mem
bers of Uio party throughout tho
United States. This no may he able
to ilo by i reason .of thofact that the
SoutliPrn States nnd Territories, III
which n Republican electoral voto In
never cast for President, hnvo S38
delegates In the National Convention
cut of n total of 980.
"Willi his Initial delegates clioaon
through tho iiower of the Federal tnn
ehlne, tho President hns only 163
delegates to secure, whllo any other
candidate must socuro 491. Mainte
nance of such a 'system of nomina
tion dllfors; very little from lhe sys
tem by which President 'Dliiz v U
ablo tVi nihUnilKVilmBilt Iniolllce In
Mexico for so mnn; Jcars.
"It was tho hope of myself ami
oilier Progressslvo early, n the yatt
administration .that ho would throw
bis Inilueuce In support of Progressiva
measures, nnd we nurtured this hope
until convlncciUby one, Incident after
miother .tlint his, Influence would be
continually with tho reactionary elo
mei)t. All, of the Progressive, I thhil.-,
including Senator, LaFollette, ,gavo
Presldont Taft slnccro supiiort ns long
as they could do s,o consistently."
, MADE SAME MISTAKE
Place Hospital In Fueblo, Colo.
Cuse Chronic llrlght's 'Disease
fifteen dears' development.
Prognosis Recpvery Impossible nnd
patient (n Mr. Gnden) was so advised
and that he could remain or go hninu.
On arrival at Center, Colo , could not
sit up alone In bed. A local physician
was culled.. He, too, said he could not
recover nnd prescribed for his heart.
It did not look Jlko tho patient could
llo n week heua new agent yoH
milled tp tho treatment.
In ten days patient wns sitting upj
In twenty days could walk outdoors.
Ilo made n .slow but, steady recovery.
He now wcla 190 is.
These fnctij, were given ns by his
wife, Mrs. Mary Qnden of Center, Colo ,
hn will conllrm them.
lioth physicians were mistaken ns to
the posHlbllltles, nnd tho same mistake
Is occurrlngjexerywhere even In the
hospitals of jhls city. And these mis
takes are coiitlng human lives.
The new agent employed ns above
was Fulton's llennl Compound It
does not conflict with she physicians'
prescriptions. Rut It does change the
proenosls from despair to hope.
Over nine out of ten of tho dead
from kidney trouble show Ilrlght's
Disease. This, Is n census fact thut
kldney-t'iinbled people oucht lo know.
For'llternturo "write John J. Fulton Co,
tfl.i ILitlery St.,, San Francisco.
For. sale by nil druggists.
This ovpnInE nt 7:.10 o'clock ut
Kmma Bqunre tho Iluwailnn linnd will
pifsen tlio following program;
Mnrch Liberty Dell . ,. Sousn
() oil uro Comlquo Sunno
Vnltz Klowor Ijingungo .... Rcliortu
Bulu'tlon Tlio Vnlykrlo (now) ..
. . . , ,Wngiior
Vocnl Iliiwnllnn Biingu-nr. by llorgcr
fiolertlon Nabucco ,.,,, Vunll
llockt'il In the Crndla of tho Depp,,
Mnrcli Tho Tlmnilornr Sonsu
Tho Btnr Riungloil llnnhor.
MRS, C. E. KINO DEAD.
Mrs. .li'iin II.iIoh King, wlfo of
t'hnrlfs IJ. King, normnl Inspwtor In
tint ili purtini'iit of pnlitlu Instriictloii,
illcil List Hutiiriliiy nfternnmi nt llm
snn.itnrliiin nt 4130 o'clock ninl wiih
lint Ini yi'kliTilny nfti'mniiii, mIIIi fn
mini soi'li'ii f li'iin Kmviil'iliiiu rliun-li,
Hlio wiih will known tic n tt'iii in r In
llii Islmiils ni)il Innl lii'in Mr)' suo
... . J.
'iiili'ililt J. Hull null. i'il lulu Ni'vv
Vmli I'lillin nsiiliiiiiilns innl hiii In
tMiiiKtl in bo In l.ti iii fur niliin iii
A LOIN OF GOOD PORK
ROASTED WITH POTATOES 1)NDHR TI1K MKAT, AND
pnnVllD WITH APPI.K HAtini AND tWItlUITS, IS MKAT
FOR Till! tlODS.' II' YOU PltlU'hfl .muttonj wu havu it
FROM AIJHTRAI.IAvAND JA)VAIt 'ilF.NUINI! LAM II, AH
WBI.M " S
HEILBRON A LOUIS, Proprietors
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Wfe iv-yoLi from bagfjiao .worries by afvjna you perftct
It r vie. Your biggago gets there on tlmo tvhen we hanclU Its
; t.hisih r, iin
Kfofe'EfTectiveitban Turkish or Russian Baths
Electric Light Bath, followed by a
Dr. HCUUItMAXH, OxIi-uiMithlr I'h)l-
Dr. IltA 'll, I.lICAB, ' Clilmpmetiir
W.T.EKTKlt, .... K)iert Mniweur
M, KAYA, Lhillri.' Allfli.lunl ami
If It's Paint
AHD T0TT WAKT A GOOD JOB, ttZ MI TOk tKAt
if -i -. " , -,"''
I '; Sharp SignS
. .... " All IEER EVES7WHZRE
PHONE US? t 4 M7 KAAHUMANU
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
US THE FORMFIT a
QAfsrl yur specifications
OyllU to me for cQritract
work. You'll save money.
nil-' " !JJ-
Has no equal
I. ii ini
SCHURMAHH INSTITUTE OF
NATURE-CURE 4 OSTEOPATHY
17', JtrrvlnniA'Ae., rur. t'nlou Nt.
in the laundry
grocer for it
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