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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1911.
BOOSTING COMMITTEES NAMED;
PROMOTION CAMPAIGN PLANNED
Now Hint Charles A, Stanton of the ton, clinlrmnn; P. I Horn (tho rc
llmidrcd Thousand Club liaa returned vlvnl of Ilnnnllnn names), A. F. flrlf
froni tho Const with new ldciui ns to lltli (for polyglot uses), L. Andrews
tho latest methods of lioostlnK, and (us 11 theater for A. A. U. ocnts), A.
Walter I Howard has completed his II. Kuril (the rock tlionlors of Kuropc
round-the-world report or tiling they nnd Hawaii), V Dillingham (polo and
do helter abroad, the fur Is llkcy-"Wlho open Inciter), Clmrles Chilling
II), for tlicso two boosters for llnwallj worth (the baseball Bldo of It). A. M.
liao Rotten together, with tho holMs'Nocll (as tennis courts), Miiroton
of tho Hundred Thousand, tho Ilnnds-? Campbell (building it scml-nntural
Around nnd the Central Improvement Creek theater In Honolulu), J. W, 011
Leagues behind them, nnd a boosting niorq (the tlreck theater and collego
cutnpalgn Is to bo Inaugurated. - 1 sports), W, M Scolt (as nn educsi-
As a starter, a dozen committees
!mc been named to consider sugges
tions that Mr. Howard has to plate
before them, and each member of "Men
committee Is requested to put his
view a In writing, and theso papers
will bo typed on uniform-sire paper O.ihu), J.
nnd bound as a reference work orl them), U
which futmo operations will be
The conunltteos appointed and their
Streets V A Howard, chairman;
.1. 1 Young (tho engineering tea
turcs and possibilities), It. S. Ilosmer
(tree ncnues), 0 Wilder (plants ami
hedges), II Hitchcock
color sketches), Dr. Wm
tlotiat folic), W. H. Hooga (tho prob
Historic Spots V. I). Wcstcnclt,
chairman; V. A. How en (ono hun
dred pliueo that Hhnitld bo marked),
V. W. Uoodnlo (historic spots on
It. Oalt (lest wo forget
A. Thurston (tho passing
of thoso who remember), C. II. Dickey
(historic byways), J. 8. Donaghho
(old native trails), W. 1). Alexander
(tho vnlue. to the historian), H. S.
tioodhuo (historic places on Hawaii),
D. II, Case (historic places on Maul),
A. r Kniidscn (historic places on
Kauai), Stanley Stevenson (signs nnd
(Inndscapo their cost).
0. Hobdyt lllllhoard Committee Charles Atli-
A Medicine That Docs Not Cost
Anything Unless It Cures,
Tho active medicinal Ingredients of
Ilcxall Orderlies, which Is ordorless,
tasteless and colorless, Is nn entirely
new discovery. Combined with other
extremely vnlunblo Ingredients, It
forms a perfect bowel regulator,
intestinal invigorator nnd strength
oner, llcxnll Orderlies nro eaten llko
candy and are notablo for their ngrco
nblcncss to tho palate and gcntloncsA
of action. They do not causo griping
or any disagreeable effect or incon
venience. Unlike other preparations for n llko
purpose, they do not create it habit,
but Instead they ovcrcomo tho causo
of habit acquired through tho uso of
ordlnnry laxatives, cathartics nnd
harsh physic, and permanently rcmovo
tho causo of constipation or Irregular
We will refund your money without
nrgument If they do not do as wo say
they will. Two Bites, 2,'c. and 50c.
Sold only nt our store Tho Ilcxall
Store, llcnson, Smith & Co. Ltd.
(health and drain suggestions), W 13. crton (Its art value), Charles Crano
Wall (survetnr and mans). I'rrrv M.'lfrom the business man's standpoint).
Pond contractors' estimates of cos), Charles tr.ulertwhcret he billboard ()f c , c t supervisors has
J. S. Donaghho (the streets and tho l beautiful), Charles llustiico (the ,,'. nrrnnco ' ..,, for tho ......
stamp of approval or dlstrnprotnl), ;.'.., . , .
ClmrloK Mrftirthv f.. nn ntlrncllon in '"B I oi e. 'K garoago incincnit or
tho tourist), Charles Thurston (from
tho llrcman's point of view), Clmrles
I Wright (from both sides), Charles
Kenccs I). von Datum, chairman; Chllllngworth (ns tho Hawaiian views
13. I. Spalding (why tho fence?), r S. It), Clmrles Acid (from n Chlncso
Podge (tho Ideal fence), Albert K point iif view (Charles A Stanton (tho
Judd (what a largo estate can do In billboard nnd real estate), Charles Q.
tho matter), John Kldwcll (pritata Hurtled (tho baro Idea of billboards),1 months have proved a nuisance and
park effects) , F Hacring (no fence, Clmrles 11 Dickey (tho legal aspect). 'n detriment to tho districts adjoining
trails), 13. D. Dckuiu (things they do
better abroad), Prank Thompson
(from tho nutolsts' point of view),
A. Loftns (from tho walkers' point
Chairman Krugor of tho Sanitation
and Health Committed of tho Hoard
and will report accordingly at tho
meeting of tho city fathers to bo held
Tho Installation of tho incencrntor
will do away with tho unsightly nnd
unsanitary garbage nnd rcfuso clumps
nt Iwllcl nnd Kakatkn which for
Ixical Color K. O. Green, chnlr- them.
man; James A. Wilder (our pic-1 Under tho management of Charles
turesuiio population), A. C. 8llvn cota tho establishment will bo ready
(tropical clothing). J. I). Canflold for business tomorrow morning. It
(now it Birmes llio mnmiini), or. i. lno ,,rcsont Intention to oncrnto
tainong mo Japanese),' .. .,,.... continuously with tho o
no billboard), 13 A Mntt-Smlth (and
public health), John (iulld (possible
tropical fencing), Dorrinus Scuddcr
(the selfishness of It), I3dgnr Wood
(tho fenio and tho schoolboy), (Icorgo
Castle (the passing of the), A. II Mltamnra
Pondcro (from tho real cstato stand- James McCandlcss (local color tml'CCitlon of n portion of Sunday when
point). lattracts), Win Yap Kvval Tougi ' . i ......, , ,i',h
, . . , , , . ',, ' , , ., , "ia gcncinl cleaning up and overhauling
Utwns-C A Stanton, chairman; (among tho Chinese). 0. K. Affonso h Mlo ....... , ,, , ' , cl C(, TIirco
I.. Tcnncy Peck (value as tourist as- (Portugucso festns), A. K. Wall fan".1. ,0 7 ' ,Ui ,, I,..? will . Z
set). K. D Tenney (eMlmato of cut extension of the carnival spirit). W.i8'1"8 of eight hours each will be In
of upkeep). J. P. Cooko (the duty of T. Pope (children's festivals in native lch1nrK of tho Incencrntor. The plant
the rltlren), K A Thurston (tho castumc). Colonel John Sopcr (tho,wl11 K,ve employment to n number of
growth of tho Inwn Idea), l Towso national guard), Professor II Ilcrger"'0"' ll uclnK contcmplntcd that thrco
Bnui can inso cure oi inu
The passing of the odorlous nnd
unsightly dumps will no hilled with
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
A NKW 13NTUIITAINKU
A Pleating Singer
Brown & Robinson
Tenor and Darifone
MORI: NKW SO.NtJS
GREAT FILM BILL
Tho Irish Honeymoon" Showing
scenes In Cork, Illnrncjr Castle,
Klllnrnc)', nml views of tho homo
of former Tiitiiiniiny Chief llkhard
"Coneelenee" (Hlngrnph) A great lllm,
showing the working of the Pollco
"A Night of Terror" A great comedy.
MONDAY NIGHT PROGRAM
Parks 13. A. llerndt, clinlrmnn; C.
CI. Ilallentyno (as n city nsset), S.
Shcba (the Japanese Idea In Hono
lulu), George R. Carter (In relation
(tho trees to plant for beauty), W. A.' (how to rcvlvo the plcturcsniio among
llrynu (the lawn and Its Udownlk), the llawallnns).
T. Cllvc Dnvlcs (lawns to louk at), Keeping tho Tourists Hero In Ha-
r. A. Schnefer (tho Inndsraiio tnu'ni. wall A. It. Mackave. chairman: Chu
Paul Iscnbcrg (tho best workers), J. Ocm (what Chinatown can offer), H. 'delight by ninnv people to whom thoy
13. Hlgglns (how to tread ho lawn), von Damm (how fraternal societies ( hAvo long slnco proved nn eyesore.
(1. K. Alfonso (tho Portugucso grniie might help), S. Shcba (what tho Japa- Mutt Provide Money for Road.
neso enn oner), W. A. Adams (possl- Tho board will tnko up tho con-
bio evening amusements), A. II. Tarl- sld'eratlori of n schedule of estimates'
ton (possible athletic programs), A. foJ y0!ll wor for tho month of Octo
II. roril (tho development of outdoor ()Cf;t Tnc cvmy B0ons havo but ten
sports), John T. (lullck (tho revival li.At..iM An.. ,n i. n,..n.i.i '
. i ...i.u ..i r t -... mi.. ,.r tl IIH n. - n...i ... it . ""Dunn . . .
...I. WIIHC pillKIUW. L. l. V-IHJKO IIIIO . .............. ., CUUU., J...UUB D. I nt)d cmmty rog, Abot ,,.
value to tho business community), McCnndless (why every mnn ntionld ,,,.,.,. ,.. ,., .. ,i,i.i i
Hobert Shlnglo (the public sports Onvcl). J. A. Kennedy (the 2.', """"""I "" "1 ' "rovl' '' "
lurk Idea), W It Cb.Io (Posslblo cruises), Harold Dillingham (nround, ma " "n ,ho r" on Nui a nu nvcnuo
mountain parks In our city). A. U C.Oahu), It. W. Hrcckons (the Oriental ?"'' ,h'8 ",,m l8, oll"rft,w J"1" c"mo
Atkinson (tho value of small parks), ns it tourist asset).
13. A. Hermit (parks In now districts),! (luldo Hook A. II. Ford, chnirman;
Cenornl Macomb (tho Ala Manoa'W. P. Alexnndor (historical facts),
Park), Mayor Tern (a public loan ' Professor M. M. Scott (tho schools
park), M I. Spalding (how to got and tho children), I.. A. Thurston (the
binall parks). 'story of tho revolution), J. J. Wll-
Gardens and Hcildcncis F. W. Hams (pictorial Hawaii), W. F. Frcar
Damon, chnlrmm, S. M Damon (tho government), Alonzo Gartlcy (tho
(what Suturday lid-moon may slg- plcttiresnuo), W. A. Howon (places of
nlfy to the owri"r of a prlvnlo ptrk), interest to tho visitor), W. II. Wcstcr
J. II Castlo (Hie ho-lallst sido of It), vclt (traditions), Dr. N. II. Kmorson
Prlnco Kuhlo (Hawaiian hospitality), (where tho old Hawaii oxlsts), Pro
'. H McSlocUcr (what the great fessor II. M. Uallou (books on Hit
homo owners can do), I'cicy T. Clcg-.wnll), S. Shcba (Japanese pluccs of
horn (parks that go begging), J. A. 'interest).
Oilman (tho lutit trco hnusci of Wnl
klki), C. Montague Cooke (the tinuso
beautiful), Allan Herbert (tho ditty
of tho resident), 1'. M. Swanzy (tho
resldenco as nn attraction), A. lcwls
Jr. (tho adornment of prltnto
grounds), W Atherton (residences
that all should see).
Industrial I3xhlbltlons T. F. Sedg
wick, chnirman; 0 II. Tuttlo (ns a
Kupply to draw on for exhibits nway
Earl and Fitch
Sitter Team, in Dainty Sinning Act
"Hat Everybody Seen Kelly?"
NOT SI313 I1IMI
FINE FILM FEATURES
"Degree of Dettiny" (lllograph)
"Love and the Stock Market"
"Max Goes Around the World"
Stomach and Ur
A market gencrnlly under tho quo
tations of last week, with sales Htlmu-
In the Pollco Court this morning J.
K. Johnson, chnrged with heedlessly
driving an automobile, which collided
with Pr. J. T. Wayson's machine, hnd Hated by tho "marked-down" prices. Is
from home), Chu Gem (how the Ha- his case postponed until October 10. tho sugar situation at tho opening of
tho week. In tho slump, Olaa and Va
from tho genornl fund. Tho money
appropriated from tho September bud
get for Nuuanu street has not been
expended to dato mainly owing to tho
wenthor which has not been propi
tious for carrying forward Improve
ment work along Hint highway. Tho
road commlttco will nlso roport on
repair work for several outside dis
tricts In which Manoa and Knlmukt
will probably receive fnvorablo recognition.
AS WEEK OPENS
'wallan Chlncfe can help), S. Uycno It U likely that ho will plcud guilty to
(Japan nnd tho Industrial exhibition), "o cuiirgo,
II. Oilman (for tho small manufac
turer), A. do Houza Canavaro (as an
lncentlvo to Portuguese homo Indus
tries), I). 0. Chirk (Its vnluo to tho
wnntl farmer), W A. Ilryan (tho Com
mercial Jluteum In Philadelphia ns
nn cxnmplo to the Crossroads), Vlc-
Wj taster, who drove another man's
automobile, without first obtaining a
chauffeur's license, appeared In court
today, nnd, at the request of the pros
ecution, tho two charges ngalnst him
wero stricken from tho calendar.
Chlkn Knwnkaml, Jnpuncso woman,
was arresieu on a ciiarge of wily.
,0r.1CI?r,lt.!'01"'" '," th0 ,lntfln(,lnB Kilmy.'tho complainant being Konkl
nottlor), W. F. I rear (tho value to tho chl Kawnkamt. Chlka Kawakaml, It
lorruoryj, a u J oru lino Jtusstan Is snld, married 'another man without
Kousiari woriiers in Hawaii), Sam tho knawlodgo of hor former husband.
Johnson (the hardwoods of Hawaii Attorney Harris appeared ns a Bpoclul
as an asset). counsel for tho prosecution, and C. F.
OpenAlr Auditorium A. II. Tarl- Chllllngworth represented tho dofend-
nni. unniingworni nxpects to prn-
(uuco uio uivorco register of Hie Jap-
umicMj Kuvnrillliuiu, Wlicn 1110 CllbO Will
CROUP XitTiiuT rrti t-?n
BKOMCHmS CATARRH COLDS
ttrin iutrn ti
A ilmple,lal ind rrlciiv treatment fof biAD
c Mat tfoublei, avoldlnf diuti Vapotlit 4 Crew
lrn itopa th pttotrtmt of hooping Couih and
i 'it i-t a Ctoup at ence. tl l at toivflttcra
ttm Anhma. The ati itttititi aiioniljr arvilip
lie. Iaiplfr4 wlik evrrr breaih, nakea biraihlnf
f am aoothri the tort thfoit an4 itopi ih cougb,
iijitifnlulnlliii. ItlllnvaUablf lomoUfll
wilb youD children.
Ua4 hi poital lot dicripilra boa a If t
7Ari TthUt$ for tba
luliaicd tbion Ther
ft almplt, tflcciUa aad
imlirpilc. 01 rou r
dlln odromui, 10(.
com up for trial
Mai uiioon Youdk, Korean, whs In
court cliurRcd with tlirontonlnc to kill
his wife Tho contoHtlnB nttornoyH In
tho ciiHe nro I-orrln Andrews and J.
Uhtfoot. Throo drunks wero each
taxed thrco dollara and costs of court.
WALI.ACK In this city, October
1311, to tho wife of Geo. W. Wul
laco n son.
luluti suffered most, tho former being
bought In rcuillly at IS Hat, three
eighths of a dollar under tho last re
ported Bales, vvhllo Walalua was offer
ed und taken at 1120, u drop of U.
In tho fact of this, Mcllrydo ion-
tlnucit pretty strong, with five shnrcs
relllng at this morning's session of tho
exchango jit to G2S, on advance of an
eighth of a dollar.
The volume of sales today was Inrg
er and trading brisker thun on any
Monday for sovernl weeks. Hctwoen
boards Oi shares of Hawaiian Sugar
sold ut H6, and $1000 McUrydo six per
cent, bonds ut $100,
Dividends deilarcd today vvcra tho
regular llnlku tl. Pain tl, and a regu
lar Pioneer 12 nnd special J1.G0.
POIITI.AND (Or.). Soptombor 19.
It Is proposed to build nnothor stonm
or, larger than tho one now being
built In tho Cast for tho Olson &
Mnhnny Steamship Company, to on-
trnto between Pacific ports and the
Atlantic coast, und It Is oxpoctcd that
I ho steamer will uo ready for scr
vlco upon tho completion of tho Va
nnmn canal, nccordlng to A. F. Ma
bony, ono of the firm.
Mahony sntd today that tho boat
which Is under consideration would
1 For their bravery In Jumnlni: over
board from tho battlcshlo Vermont
In n strong tldo to savo tho Jlfo of a' havo a capaclt) of not less than 3,
dmwnliiB comrado, C. I.. Tlbbals, chief 000,000 feet of lumber, and would ho
rKovivrninuiu; v. u. Ames, coxswain;, mull at a cost of approximately 500,'
U. .IIcQIInchy, sedinin, and 0. II.
'Simpson, coaljpassor, havo rccolvcd
lexers of commendation from Acting
I 3ccioli(iy pf ynr Wlulliiop.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
000 nnd would undoubtedly bo built
in tho past,
Tho steamer which Is now being
built at Wilmington. Del., g to cmt
1250,000 nnd will be duo to arrive on
this coast about July 1st,
ROSA & CO.
Bettltd In Bond
JULES PERCHARD8 A FIL8
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We D.llvtr to Any Part of tha City
ROSA & CO.,
AUkut and Qnecn Streets,
101 IALI AT Ati, BA1I
I acific J
KINO AND NDUANTJ STBEETI
Yon'U And they're all tooa fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. X. DstIci, Pro
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Ddivarad to all parts
of th"clty . . .
EAT AT TH
Cvarythinn Naw Sarvloa Exoallani
16 Hotal Strait
OPfcN DAY AND NIGHT
Fresh Oume and Fish received with
each ship fron tho Coast.
WONQ CHONG, Proprietor
WHAT MAUI NEWS THINKS
OF HARBOR COMMISSION
Tho harbor commission hnva nl
least mado a record for themselves
for tho speed thoy hnvo 'shown In
getting into trouble. And why not?
What can a dry goods man, or a
hnrdwaro man, or n professional poli
tician Imnw about tho minngcmcnt
nnd linndllng of ships and shipping?
It Is hard enough in theso dajs of I
progress and advanced methods, for
men ti allied In their particular lino
of business to got along smoothly,
but when men nro appointed on n
commission to control mid direct mat
ters about which they know abso
lutely nothing, trouble will follow a-t
surely as day follows night. When
npiiolntmcnts nro made In this torrl-S
rltory based on tho qualifications of
thoso appointed, then, and not till
then, will this tlrcsomo bungling of
matters vital lo tho best interests of J
tho territory cense. Maui News.
WHITNEY & MARSH
Private Driveway Construction
8tlaotion of propr approach and correct grades made fay an
experienced engineer who superintends tha entire work.
P. M. POND, ST-
Young Hotel Laundry
Work Called For and Delivered
Union and Hotel Straeti Phono 1862
May's Old Kona Coffee
est In tho Market
HENRY MAY CO.
Tha Beit Milk You Can Uaa
AT ALL DEALERS
Come and learn how your OA8 BILL
can bo REDUCED ONE-HALF by uia
of portable oven.
Demonstrations dally of OVEN and
new VACUUM WASHER.
HAWAIIAN DOME8TIC UTILITY
With Levy and Co, King 8treet
Cook a A C
With UA J
FOB Y0UB GB0CEBIZS.
AMERICAN BROKERAGE 00.
13-95 King Itreet, neix Mtautkti
Phone 2211 Dsilj DeUrtry
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THE CHOICEST BUTTER.
THAT COMES TO THIS MARKET
HE sweetness, freshness, and uniform excellence of this
Butter is appreciated by all discriminating people,
NEW SHIPMENT BY EVERY STEAMER
Henry May Co., Ltd.,
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