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EVENiNQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, OCT. l4'.111.
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E HAIL IN NEW
MILO M. POTTER, Mar.
Operated on the American Plan only, Eaoh room hae outside exposure, ftatoa
asked are lata (8arv!c, Cultlne and Surroundinga considered) than can ba
found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be cheeked direct to
Hotel Patter from anywhere In the United Statoe or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expenu. For rates, pamphlet, and full partlculara con
corning Matel. Potter, addreeat OTTO QERTZ, P. 0. Box , Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Europe en Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a 'day up
New iteel and brick structure.
Every Comfort and convenience.
A high elate hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrins to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
the elegance of its Cultlne
Emma St., above Vineyard
DON'T WA8TE YOUR LIFE AWAY-
M GU TO
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FOR A DAY OR TWO
- , Roome and Board
PINK B A.T H I N Q
W, C Bergln, Prop.
I AT AT THE
everything, New Service Exeellent
May's Old Kona Coffee
Boat In the Market
HINRY M AY A C O.
The Beat Milk Yau Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
TO AIUUVK PER MJIU.1NR OC
TOBKIl 18, TWKNTY - TWO FINE
xTELEPiiONE 1109 ,
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PajJLU, bu movei to
,110 II IT EI IT
Kaw . loeaMn ! froat, -sew
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el TTeTtT.fln ent
2jf Wra",Tvmt -'2280
tailless eaiee. xaes art iae trie-
SANTA BARBARA, Cat.
Pioneer tnd leaden in
the Automobile BuineM
Agents for aueh wall-known car
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Btevena-
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Quick, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
SCHUnUN CARRIAGE CO.
,- Merchant Street.
For the BEST RENT CARS in the
city, ring up
OLD8MOBILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404 l.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
AI.Ii.WB ABK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolani Building
Usa a PRE8T-0-LITE TANK en
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co.. Ltd.
"TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co:
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.-
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoaltV Young Hotel
P. O. Bo; 840 Phone INI
ah punn rauix flavors
HONOLULU bRUG CO.
1024 Fart Street phone 2364
NEW DRUG STORE-
Well Stocked' With' New Druge and
SODA WATpn,, FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG COi
42 Hotel Street atnd of Bethel
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G. M. DUW3AN J
2pfl Berstanla St, opp'.'Roy.l Hawaiian
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Honolulu Drag Co.
"Are You Well?'
IF NpT, WH.Y NOT? GO TO
For a course of sprouts that will
rejuvenate you and make you
sorry that your life ia not( twice'
176 S. King St. Phono 2467
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No. 3 and No. 3A 8PECIAL
FOLDING. POCKET K0DAK8
High-grade Lenses and 8hut
tere for any camera.
8ee eome of the' work these
will do as displayed in our win
Photo Suppiy C(K,
FORT BELOW HOTEL
Ol COPLEY NtHTI
fAOmb PICTDU TXAJOHt CO,
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
$1.50 MANILA HATS 75c
Weedon's Bazaar, '
1140 FORT STREET
HAS NO BRANCHES
Office and Worksi 777 King Street
i IVmttaiatfitjtBt IbhA Biilllaae
Wilvw iim aaaiesswwe
Sstlmitea t lven .on all kinds ot
Conorete Work a Specialty
AUArtl STREET. NEAR NUUANU
139 Merchant Street
Blank hooka of all aorta, ledgera,
Vto, msjiufaclureu by, the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
awe. WW iTiwv
Cam Ip jljunjf Otwwm. Su 9m
-I Art "rf AwGWM HMflfMtiiMo G
rV&aTcl JS'mt. tjAitSt
C"Jlnto Cmtti Tamil WHl''
t. M. I,
Ys'terdav afternoon at 4 o'clock
Cookd Hall, tho bcauUfiU and convo-l
nlnt assembly linll in the new Yv M
C. A. buiyinu llio hall named in Don
or of Mr.'Cbsrles M. Cooko waa dedi
cated by the holding f the first Sun
day .afternoon i meetlns for men., Tata
address wan git en by the liev. a. a.
Ebersolo of Central Union church. 'Hla
Hiibject -was "Tho StronB Man." ,
Tl)l meeting was In a sense tne
Inauguration of the religious work In
the new association, and the large at
tendance won gratifying. .
Two Interesting Dlble classes ore r.
feature of the Ulblc school hour at
the Central Union church, President
Qllmore continues his class for tho
older people In the church parlor. This
class Is making a careful study of the
Book of Acts.
. Mr. Ebersolo begnn yestorday a
class for the Young People of the
church This class meets in the rear
of t,ho Senior Department room pf the
Miblo school and will study Prof. Dos-
worth's outlined, courso in tho Life of
Theso two classes should enroll a
great 'many who hnvc hitherto been
prevented from joining the Sunday
Mornng Bible1 clnss. because It was
ncing concluded lor men only,
' For tho purpose of selecting' official
delegates, to attend the Laymen's Mlsi
slnary Convention, and also to com
plete other arranaements relative to
the convention, a men's' meeting wIlH
be held at tho Central Union church
this pvcnlng.- .Major A. M. Davis will
prcsiue, .a lull attendance is urgeu
At the homo of Mrs,-F. A. Clarks
"Educators' Night" at the V. M. C.
A. last Saturday night was. a success
from start to finish and the' educa
tional force was' there In numbers.
Superintendent ot Education Pope re
sided, lie was supported by' Presi
dent Qllmore, ot Oahu College, and
Principal Home, ot Kamehameha
A. E. Larimer was the first speaker.
fin want Ml, ihA wnrlr thnt thA aa
soclation Is doing at ihe present time
and what It expects to do In the .fu
ture, and added that what It Intends
to do In the' future will mean a lot to
the Working boys and young men' In
this city In the way of education. ,
l'renldont (lllmore 'also had some
good things to say on the educational
side ot the association,' citing the fact
that though times had changed, and
changes had taken placo In the civic,
Boclal and industrial Ufa the, method
of teaching had hold Us own through
many ages without a chance. Ho en
dorsed the proposals outlined by Mr.
Larimer for Increasing knowledge of
Principal Home endorsed all that
President Ollroore had. said with rer
gard to many'.chauges, being neces
sary, ah were auspicious 01 cuunges,
but they must -come. Principal Home
tdld ot many other' thlnga that made
aa Impression on his auditors. '
There were a number, of other
speakers who made entertaining re
marks aloiiK educational lines, ana an
attending considered the evening
ploasantly and, profitably spent,
IN HISTORIC 5UHUUL
Tho feeling most, prominent when
one visits tho Master Mlsericordlae
Home,, which the 1 Sisters ot Mercy
Waverley, Is that of profound Mace-
fiiliiABd lm' kM.tffhhnrhon,t Is otllet
Them la none of .the harley-burley
and bustle' ot the 'city .street itm
brogeout trees 'are ttn1 ui' 0' the ' tfea,
and within the home' the . sbft-volccil
sister 'are 'gentle aV'inlqlsterlHg an
gels. And It Is good that' It Is so, For
this home Is essentially a home, of
rest; where female dpmestlcs who
have become physical wrecks because
they overworked themselves can find
a rest-cure--a quiet spot In which (he
body and the mind can contentedly
But that !s only ,ono of tho many
services the' home renders. To new
arrivals, and glrlB from the country,
coming to the city without friends or
money, the Institution Is of Incalcula
ble value, It provides them with the
protection of a bright and .cheerful
home, and the sisters also find suit
able employment for them. AH '
training school also, this homo Is do
ing good work. Its aim' to impart a
practical training to femaio domestics
of all grades, especially in laundry
work and' cookery. In all' their bran
ches, needlework, reading, writing' and
arithmetic. And the management Is
conducted on good business lines. Jf
a housemaid has .become' top old to.
tecuro another position In that capa
city, she is advised ao qualify as 1
laundress. And as a laundress she'ls
more certain to .gain a woll-pald sit'
nation. "Ago Is' rather a recommtm
ilntlontlon In the case of a laundress!"
the sister In charge explained,
As a rest cure, a home, and a (rain
ing school, therefore, this Institution
hasclalms that. should be Mglsedidd -4oa , nvMLad raw ,naaX,. with
both by employers, and employees,
(Twelfth avonuo, KalmukL itbe ladles
Bi)lpha.ny Qulhl met this afternoon
beginning at, 2 o'clock.
The twenty-sovenlh annua) meet
ing of the, Women's Christian Temper
ance Union will be Held at. the. home
of the president, Mrs. J, M. Whitney,
1326 Panabon .street, tomorrow after
noon at 2' o'clock. All women Interest
ed In' temperance -reform, are coj-dl-
any invited, to nuana.
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Tho Christian Endeavor Society, of
the Central Union.-churck visited Le
ahl Home yesterday' afternoon.,
, Thursday evening th vYcasen'a Bo-:
cloty will hold one .of, their always
enjoyable church eociaVi ia the parlor
and Pf rish house of the Central Union
church. The program committee has
some .splendid things In store" for all
who attend. f
Among others there will, be a vocal
aolo hv Misa Anna K. Means, musical
instructor at Kawalahao Seminary', a
piano numuer uy miss uarrie jucwioau.
a recitation by Miss Rsy Bell, and
;The Cpurten" from Jas. Russell Lo
well, ncted.pui In Pantomiae.
v .The rcfreahmetit ( committee pre
sides In Abe.. Parish bonso where the
evening's entertainment Is brought Xa
a hajipy, -close,
The women are(partlcularly anxiouc
iaa-. an airaaajeraandeapeciail nqw
comers In the city, should attend.
A' complimentary luncheon will be
given in the newly renovated dining
room bf tne. Toung women's Chris
tlon Association Wednesday. Lunch
eon will be served from 11:30 to 1:30
Admission 'Is Irrespective of creed or
country. Nor Is anyone turned away
on the plea of want ot funds. 'Women
with means contribute a little, but
Uiose who are not ao fortunate are;
not, expected to give anything. The
iannary' Irj, connection "'wltti tho Insti
tution ia'.cafrled on more", a ' means
6f .Instruction" 'and 'employment 'than
as a 'money-making ftedluni',rkrid the
Bisters' wbntd W'vnable.tb'VimitlnuB
yiclr good work ' ere 'jr not ,fdr sub'
sertptUms' from boUi 'Protestant and
Catholic frlerids. 'Oa' an 'average, 200
women' are. admitted every -
Thllafd. Ul.aHltnNll.k ,1
Th Mater TrfUeriCordlte HoBie wan
Cardinal Uoraii. on Ben
ISO I'nkii1 Wa'a 'nl.AaJ In
VVOlWVr ail. AIeTAe a fllenij . IBWU IU
oh4rfe"of ithe' Slslers ot M'ercy,, being
a.', branch 'from, Mopte .saint ' Angeio:
Nohh1; Sidney. 'The Bister J carried
on this' instltntlon'for nearly' 2(r years
.at. 17 Lang-street, Churchill In St.
fatricara ransn, nut in consequence
o tho noise. aad smoke from the elec
trical power station closo by they (tad
to seek a more suitable site, Finally
they purchased twp houses, Nos. 10
end 12 Llandaft-street., Waverley,
from the Australian Mutual Provident
Society for 2000. . The Sisters paid
a deposit ot 200.,'and have agreed to
pay y per. Jfwr'.onr, ne principal,
together with Interest at 4 per cent.'
How they will accomplish this they
scarcely know, nut they believe flu
ilia cmcacy oi prayer, ueriaiuiy inv
great claims that the Institution pos-
resses upon public support should en
sure the increased subscriptions Uiat
are now required.
OF WARRING NATIONS
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Following are some 'statistics' about
Tripoli, the' bone of contention, and
data about the countries that are. at
war over the bone. '
TRIPOLI Population, 1,000,000.
Area. 298.000 sauare miles. . Four
times the alse of New York?etate.
Located In. North Africa northwest
of Libyan desert, on ijedlterraneaa
ihwo ju.i uiinfaii iiaiy. uuuar nil-
klsh control, . ''.
Fertile ulalns. Irregular mountata
districts and much desert with masy
oases. Fruits and cereals are. princi
pal crops. Tripoli' city, population 38,
000, capital, Is prlaclpal terminus pf
caravan routes across 'African1 des
TURKEY EMPIHB Total popula
tion. 41X00,000. Area. 1.1E7.860 miles,
about' bait as large as United States.
Controls Bulgaria, a province In' Eu
rope with population ot 4.000,000. aad
Tripoli, country sougni ' ny nary.
iK)nt alsp Turkish control, although
mislead ia dominant ltower- through
rpsioeni jjritian aavisor ana local, tin
tishUrmy. Caultal. Constantinople.
ITALY AMD COLONIRS Total po
pulation, 32,000,000, Area, 110 550
cauirA mllAB IliA .Ia Af Inwn nA 11IU
nola comblaed. Coptroig "prl(rea aad
Somali, two small provlnoes In'east
ern Africa touching on the Red'Beh.
Comoaratlve- war StranatR. "i
ITALY'S ARMY Peace Strength, j
0,VUU. IUIBI MllVlllll, WliU IP-
serves, 525,000. Available volunteers,
1,500.000. x . i ,.,
f TURKEY'S AIIMY Peace1 atenglh,
375,000. Total strength, ' with, re
eerves, 725,000, Available voluntoera,
JTAlY'S. NAVY Modern, battle
ships:;?: old, 5; total, 12. Cruisers.
23, Ounboats, 13. Tprpedo boats, sub
marines and destroyers, ,127,
TURKEY'S NAVY Modern battle
shins, none: old. 5: totil 5. Cruisers,
. Ounboats, 2, Torpedo boats, des-
troyers' and submarines, 12,
Tho dog iiolKontr'fs abroad in te
Knlmuki district oni) several valusbje
dogs have been killed. An exaniloa
tlon of the stomachs ot two of (lie
strychnine, on It
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES' MEET "ALL
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Named after the patron aalnt
comfortaMe spirit' of eld California
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM .bo.UP
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UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS '
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Complete ''American Line for the t
iSeasbn of 1912 ' I, .5 '
AMERICAN. TRAVELER Type 66 ...,v..45O0(
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 4 '. 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type-34
AMERICAN SCOUT Type 82 ..,
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakea and Hotel Bte. - v "Phone 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Solo Dletrlbutor
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King 8t, next Young
If It's Paint
JB TOO WAaTT k MODIW. ftU 1O-JI0M sVUlf
ROSA & CO.
, Bottled. In Band , ,,
JULES PERCHARDS 'A HUM',
We MiYer e Aiw"jPart;iH''K?;clty
PHONE.l1r ' "' '
ROSA & CO.,
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of its city, this hotel expreeeoe th.
htpitality. , .,
Hotel Telsphenee U74 and 1B75"
Work Called Fo' and Dellveneel '"
Union arid Hotel Btrsale Phoa 1A2 '
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