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TMUIIGDAY, OCT. 12, 1911.
E' lO EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H
IT .1 .1 .1 I
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
SANTA BARBARA, Cl,
Operated on tho American Plan only. Each room lias outsldo exposure. Rales
asked ars lets (Service, Cuisino and Surroundings considered) than can be
found in any any hotel in America. Bagg.igo may bo cheeked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wiro ahead for
reservations, at our expenso. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO O.ERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Lvcry comfort and convenience.
A hifih class hotel at cy moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin); to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets alt trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trattcts"AhC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and leaders in
the Automobile Buiinen
Agents for such well-known cars
s l'ackard. l'opo-IIartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Hulck, Overland, Ilnksr Kiectrlc, and
A Hotel that is noted for
tho eleganco of its Cuisine
Emma St., above Vineyard
Supplies & Repairing
Y. M. C. A. HOME
Impressive Ceremonies Mark
the Transfer of Building
Tin- mntluned iirrmoiilo nf dedlen-
lion iir tlm ncu M t' A home held
I.ikI oeiilnit "ere niit hnpreuMvo. Tho
hi it iniixe In till' renleii Inst illKht,
nflir u talk on dedleiitloni liy W. 11.
I'imtli' mid the nliiKhm f on iippro-
PilaU' lis inn. us tho tut nine ocr of
tin- hulhlliiK I iy the contractor to T.
I live Xilex. the cluilriiinn of tho
In turning in A tho hulldlnit Pro-
ritr Vouim wild Hint It wns nt llrit
tiiniiclit It would he Imiin'Hllili! to
llnMi the hulldlim In the contract time
hut. IhiiiikH to iiiopirnllon mi every
liiind, thlH h.id been done.
rnrli A hunt liiilleiiltnii '"ll ll" ll,',,,,
Tlml Nluiilhl liilinl i"U
arc ho prcMittnt, in"-1
thnriunthly understand I
Hire. There Ii nn n i
people should not ml
desire If they will mil
n I lnpi"l.
, , , pli' du lint
. ir mii'ii mill
.ii h imwl
ihiu It inro
fully unil lliiirniiL'lilv .M im nctunliy
rturatheinnclr lnt. -l. kin-KitliroiiKli
frnr of eating em i?m,1-UmiI1iik.
KiiOd-smcllliiK. mid t'O'l tatlnc fo'"li
Iiwiiikp It iloeK nut iKne with them.
Tho h t thlmt t !" i- t l "ursclf
lu illReit imy good fund
Wo hcllcvo we am r.lloie l)ipip
lu. Wq arc m (oiuldmt f thin fnet
Hint we gunrmitii' mid promise to "tip
ply tho ineillclne fr. of nil '"t 1"
every one who will me it. who I" "ot
perfectly snllsilcd with the results'
which It produce". Wo oxnit nn prom
ises, anil put no one under nn) ohll
cation whntoMr Hurils, withlns could
lie fnlrer. We nn twiilul rlclit hero
mid our rciiiitiillnn -liuiihl he Hiiltlclent
nKRiirnnec nf the m niilneiicKS of our
DON'T WASTE YOUR LIFC AWAY
FOR A DAY OR TWO
Rooms and Board
W. C. Dergin, Prop.
BCHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
For the BF.3T RENT CARS In tho
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403; RENAULT,
No. 404; I.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. DEHN
is science and only on that
basis do we oiler to repair your
watch, of whatever grade it
113 HOTEL STREET
ALL WE ABIC IS A TRIAL
Phono 1823 Kapiolanl Building
A FINE LOT OF
I'nifi'H-nr Yiiuiir then presented
,1111 r key to Mr. D.ivles.
.Mr lMleH tliin rendered nn nc
iiiniit of M" stewardship In tho con
firm t Inn f tho now liulldliiB to Mr.
Trout. kMiik the Haures of tho differ
ent ilhlxloiiM of tho work. Ho puld
llltliiB I'ompllmeiith to tho architects
mid nil other who hiul to do with tho
trillion of the liciiutlful home. He
BUM' special credit to I'uul Huper for
tho part ho him taken In tho crcat
work. At the conclusion, of lilt re-
inarkM he. In turn, Imiuleil tho nllor
key tn Mr Trent.
Mr Trent nriepted tho key with ex
preKKloii of pleasure, mid took occa
sion to thmik nil who hud u hmiil In
tho ulorlous work of erection the i
M C A.
Tho ilcdli'iitlon of tho liulldliiB wan
performed by tho lllKht ltev. II, It.
Itohtnrlck, hlshop "f Honolulu, who
Mild. "Wc hero deille.ito and not npart
this liiiildhii; for tho Intilleitual. phyn
leal, moinl, spiritual unil uncial wel
fare of nun." I'm) u wan ofTiroil up,
mid tho hymn "O (iod, Our Help In
Aki'h I'uul" wan ciini;
III tho nddreaa ontilleil "Tho Old
Moiuliere." V A llnweti wild sonio
Intel extinc IIiIiiri Ho told how tlm
iiisiK'Intloii wiim llrKt foriind In the Is
liiiulH and tiniuiil tlinco who tilled nut
tho roll of charier iiii'IiiIhtk. Ho kiwu
n Keneral oiitllno nt the rlo mid ex
palinloii of the work from the Mart to
the pri'wnt day, which wan inoit In-
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS ItircKtlriB to UMen to.
What Y. M. c a. is uoing.
I)r W . Ilobily told In an Intorent
Iiik in inner, "What the Y. M. U. A.
MemiM to the City." Ho Kavo u life
hlMnr of the iiHfoelatlnn; how It wan
Klartfd b a fen men and had e
plllill'd to Nlllllnlia. He told ImW th)
hejiili of urint rallwnyH were t.iklni! up
I ho worl. for tho hetteriueiit of their
NaMil iiiininanderH ricnRiili'id tln
wonderful powir that It exercised oer
the iien, mid the Bovernmint of tho
t'lilti'd Stntt'H wiih imiliitnlnlnK at im
own expense four associations and ten
Ki in nil KiiiitnrlcH.
Dr. Scudder's Unstinted Praise.
l)r Sciuldir'H riiniirks were full fif
the ihlKhest praNo fur what tho hsmi-
il.itlou had dono mid Is dolni; miry-
Super's Tribute to Others.
Tho popular Koiurtil seirctary, Paul
Super, paid u kIowIiik trlliuto to all
who .wiro liiHtriiuientiil In brhiRliiK
ahout the Rriat ii'sult that would stand
as a iiionumiiit for iikc.i to loma to
the Kood will of the people, of Hawaii
toward tho btttirineiit of ybiuiK men
of tho Territory, and of tho world.
Public Inspection Tonight.
Toiileht all IIooiilulii It, Invited to
Inspect tho new promises. They will
he thrown open to all. Ijulles tiro In
vited, and so urn all tho-o bon who
ImM! to work durliiK the day. Invltn
lioiiH are not nicessnry, mid In orikr
that there will ho un opportunity for
nil to sin the lnilldliiK", forty attend
ants Ii.imi luen detailed to show tho
visitors owr the bulhllni;.
Wo wnnt exirv one trnuhleil with
Indigestion or lpipla hi any forni
to come tn our store mid buy a box of
Itcxall Dysnepiln Tiihlit". Tako them
home mid Kbc them a iiasunable trial,
aciordhu; to illreitlon Then, If not
sntNlled, come to us and Ret your
money bnek They me very plensnnt
to tako; thry aid tn soothe the Irri
table stomach, to MreiiKthen and In-
vlRorato the dlKestlve nrRims, and to
proinuto a healthy and natural bowel
action, thai leodhiR to perfect unit
healthy digestion ami aislmlliitlon.
A 25c. pnikiiRo of Itcxall Dyspepsia
Talilets furnlslies IS tlnvs' trnitment.
Ill ordinary enses, this Is sulllclent to
produce n cure. In more ilironle cases,
ii loiiRcr trentnunt, of chump, Ii neo-
essnry, mid ilependa upon tho severity
of the trouble Tor such cases, wo
have two larprr sires whkli Mil for
Tpiie. and $100 Hemeiiiber, Jnu cull
obtain ltexall Remedies In tills commu
nity only at our store Tho ltexall
Store. Denson Smith & Co, Ltd.,
Kort and Hotel stnets.
Uso a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and savo Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
The BICYCLE DEALEK and M
PAIREE, hai moved to
180 KINO IT1III
New location Red front, new
YounR BuildlnR. Telephone 2518.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates Liven on all kinds of
Concrete Work Specialty
AUAHI, STREET. NCAR NUUANU
"Tho Pioneer l'lumhei"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
CIOAX HOW Ii
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHO FUhMTURE CO.
King Street, opposite Yt'ung Hotel
P. O. Box 8(0 I hone SOU
P. O. Box 431
all rum; rnuiT rLAVons
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
1021 fort Street Phone 2364
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATIJH fOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
G. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretania St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
MANY IN LINE
The nioiiiliciH of the harbor com-
liiihslou at their nieetliiK jcHlcrday
nftcriionn seltlnl :i number of matters
thai had bccii'poiidluf; for Mime time.
They also ricclveil tho Mist report of
llarborinnstcr Mister which hIiowm
lli.it tho now rili'B and reRuhitloiiMnre
norkliiK Kiiiontlily and that the cnrK'i
can bo h.mdlqd fuorc iiulckly on tho
Ah has heen roKiitcd Land Comnils
sloner Charles 8. Jiidd has been work
Iiir on jirerercnco rlshts for the shore
lino nlouK Hllo Hay apd yesterday he
anked tho board whether they wanted
tho laud for fututu harbor Imprinc
nicntH. The c6inmlsslon Is ngulnst tho
BcllliiK of au' land within u hitudred
feet of the watorfiont and rccom
mended so to Ml. Judd. At tho kiiiiio
time Micro will ho no objection to tho
pcoplo oociipjIiiK tho land until sucji
tlmo as it nitty bo required by tho
As soon ns plans niul specifications
for tho NaKHijiou wharf can ho ob
tained ,tho commission will ho ready
to call for tenders for several wlumos
on (ho Islands of Maul, Hawaii ami
Kauai. Tho contract with the Ha
waii Italltoad Company is ready for
signing and the nnrecmciit with the
Hllo Hallioad Company Is near com
pletion. Tenders for the Hiinalcl
wharf woro advertised Octobor 7.
It is possililo that In the near fu
ture tho harbormaster may ho author
ized by tho hoard to hold mi auction
sale of frclRht that Is IIhb on tho
wlmnea unclaimed. Tho dcmtirriiKo
rates will bo taken out of tho pro
Dr. A. Marines, consul for Franco
wroto to tin; hoard Kiting It as hla
opinion that all rates should bo rcdtic
cd tn a minimum us iiiiioiir Ficnch
U'hsoIh this port was with San Fran
cisco looked upon as ono nf tho
most expenslvo and not called at tin
less thoio was not nllerniitho. I lu
Mated that what tho Tcirllnry lint
in port tliiCH they would ninko up In
the mouoy that wiih spout hero by tho
Incrcasod number of vessels calling.
FOR CLEAN CITV
"Seeing Honolulu" Tour Re
sults In Pledge of Help to
Ah a result of tho "ijeoliiK Hono
lulu" tour niailo by niembcrs of tho
Chamber of Commerce under the
guidance of the Hoard of Health, the
Chamber esterday pledged heaity co
operation with the bonid In Its pio-
poscd campaign to rid Honolulu fot-
cer of the present Inxanltaiy spots.
Tho pledgo was given In the form
)f tho adoption of n strong roport on
tho situation made by Ocorgo W
Smith, chairman of tiic cliiimhcr'd
health committee. Mr Smith's re
port, alter describing the Insanitary
conditions seen by himself and other
members of tho chamber on their spe
cial trip, states:
"Tho iilatiB proposed by the board
of health nro excellent and, if carried
out, will practically eliminate disease
breeding foci, drain land that will ho
conic of high r.luo and remove from
cur midst n condition that ought not
to obtain In any chJIIzed community,
"In conclusion jour committee
strongly urge that tho hearty support
of the chamber of commcrco ho gicu
to tho boaid of health, not only for
tho Immediate work In hand, hut alto
lu t lid iropoKC legislation looking to
tho opening of streets and drnluago
of lands, to be laid before tho legis
latitre, cither In sivccl.il session or at
the regular session lu 1013."
Tho rciMiit was adopted, and Presi
dent Spalding, for tho entile cham
hcr, congratulated Mr. Smith on the
excellence and thoioiighucss of there-
port and declared that Its recommen
dations should bo carried out.
Tho meeting jestcijday was n hus
one, with a number of dctalla of l on
line in tho way of coircspoiidcnco.
Tho work of Mr. Smith and tho
chamber against n modlllcatlou of the
quarantine regulations was tolewed
hi Icily, rrcsldent Spalding rcimrtGil
that Robert Dollar, the steamship m.in,
had called upon him Tuesday whllo
tho Siberia was In port on its way
out to China, and that they had talk
ed iner the matter of local entertain
ment for the Chlneso business men's
party, to extend un InWtnllnn to which
Mr. Dollar Is going out to tho Orient
lepresentlng the Associate,! Cham
bers of Commerce of tho I'aclflc coast.
The matter Is turned ncr to tho en
tertainment committee. Tho p.itty
will not bo hero until next March.
Another matter tliu ciiteitainmeiit
committee is empowered to get busy
on. Is the approaching visit of tho
Scattlo chamber nf routnicice. which
Is supposed to come hero on the Mo
nnlulmi in a few weeks. It was in
formally decided that the entertain
ment, whllo not elaborate, will ho
The Oahu Central Impitncmcnt
committee bent in n communication
unking the cooperation of tho cham
ber In Its plans for frco garbage
collection system. This was refcrted
to the health committee which will
tcport to tho chamber.
A communication was recehed fiom
n theatre company reminding tho old
Tlvoll In San Finncisco mid asking
tho chamber If Hawaii will pay Iho
cost of having a local eccno painted
on the drop curtain. Tho communi
cation wiih otdcrcil died, umld tho
smiles of tho members.
Other imitlno matters wero taken
up and disposed of rapidly. Chairman
V.. 17. raxttin, of tho committee on
harbors, shipping ami transportation,
topoitcd that tho matter of gutting
ftco tolls thiotigh tho Panama canal
for constwlso shipping Is progressing
On a Pair
of our dainty Women's
Rcgals. You'll be sur
prised and delighted to
find how smoothly and
comfortably they fit.
You never have to
"break in" a new pair
No other footwear offers you
such smart custom styles.
Every Women's Regal has the
stamp of Fashion's approval.
The qualify in Regals insures
long scrviM and economy.
$350 $4.00 $gOG
REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel Sts.
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Ladies' THE FftDMFIT Sachs Bid
Frnrltt MIL I UKlMl 1 1 Beretania
ItOMK. Hciiltiiuliui 23. In view of
tho .'living Htalo of Iho Tope's health
Intcicit attaches to the present con
stitution of the Siicrcd College.
At tho conclave at which IMus X
wiih clocti.il I'opo thuio woio (12 I'rln-
ecu of Iho Chinch pioseut, two being
abiciit One of thoso has recently
iII'.mI, Iho C.iidliinl ArchllHliup of Syd
ney Tho present number of Cat ill
mils Is 18.
Theie are two Irishmen dignified
wiih Iho red h.it Cardinal Lngiinand
Catdlnal (ilhhoiis Belgium mid I'm
lugnl have each n icpinseutatiMi
Oernians has two tho I'llnco Illshop
of Dieslait and tho Atrhhlshop of
l.Ti:ilKSTS MISS KI.KI.NS
of .IhruzzIS 'iuiil VUtorj
Learned II) Mlreli-ss.
Ni: YOIIK, October 3. Mrs. KI
kins, widow nf Senator Stephen II
Klklus, airbed nn tho Kronprliu Wll
hiilm tonlglit. With Iter wuto hor son,
Kliphen II lllklns, and lier daughter,
William F llltt, son of tho Into Con
gressman Mill nf Illinois, was also
with the gioup. Thoy woro nil much
inteieHted In tho wireless dlspntchcH
lolling id tho mi vn I successes ugailiHt
the Tiiiks ot tho l)uko of tlm Ahltl41,
a finiuei aiiltor of Mlsu Kuthcilnu i:i
kins It was hnhl on lio.ttd that tho ho
trotli.il nf Miss Hiking and "Hilly"
llltt Is soon to ho announced.
riiilKtnius bos., the llrst ottho
The Midland Valley iallio.nl. liuillj . .
Inl.. 1l'l..liltn l.-r.u nr.imtlnln.1 III,, ,.v. '' "OR1
tension of tho lino between WWilta1""""1 "hlmml fiom Tacouui. s on Its
mill ArkniiBlH City. This coiinoits " " 'ho missions In Hliigupoiu, 111
Wichita with Kurt Smith, Atk. dl.i.
WOULD BE TEACHERS
Women Seeking School Jobs
In Philippines Encounter
"Women will not ho admitted to the
teachers' examination unless they nro
tho whes, Immodlato relative or Man
ices ot men oxamlned for teacher or
assistant, appointed to or ulicnd)
(mplo)cd lu tho Philippine sorvlco,
seiccept that those, who havo had spe
cial experience In tho teaching of do
mestic science and homo economy, of
hno had training In thoso Huhjicls
nnd arc applicants fin positions ub
t pedal toarhi'is of domeullc sclcnco
and homo economy may ho admit
ted." This Is tho Imn-plad rule, wlilrli Iho
Kcdernl government s promulgating
tn irccn Its Civil Service, and I'lil
llpplnn ailuilulslration becoming it
tnero matrimonial bureau. Thoro Ih no
objection lo Amoilcun men In tho phi
llppltiPH iiiatiyiug, hut tho (iinein
tuotit iloen not feel hound to go
thioiigh tho lostly prollmlnaiy of so
cuilng teachi'iH for tlio manlago mar
ket of Iho islands,
This change In lilies lueveuts'ninni
ambitious women teachers of Amoil
ca from turning hopeful eycB upon
tho I'lilllpplttes. .. .
Wtekly Unllotlst II per j.ar
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER, CO.
((UtINNKM. AUTOMATU; .Sl'HINKI.EU)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOKT STKKET, NKAlt MEKOIIAXT.
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond,.
JULES PERCHARD3 & FILS'
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINES
W Ostlvsr to Any Part of ths City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Queen Streets
1 acific 3aloori
KINQ AND NUUANU STREET!
You'll find they're 11 jood ftl
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort U.-H. Daviei, Po.
rOft IALX AT All. B AM
Rhone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
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