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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, OCT. 17, 1911.
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MILO M. POTTER, Mflr.
Operated on the American Plan only. Each room has outiltlo expoiure. Ralci
kid art lest (Service, Culilne and Surrounding considered) than can be
found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be cheeked 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 eon
cerntng Hottl Potter, address! OTTO QERTZ, 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.
' Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thtatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin? to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"AllC code.
J.H. Love, Hodolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St, above Vineyard
THE BEST BEACH AND THE DCST
Rooms and Board
W. C. Btrgln, Prop.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Servle. Exc.ll.nl
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY CO.
The Best Milk You Can Ues
AT ALL DEALER8
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California State Fair
held nt Sacramento:
A QOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CA8H PRIZE
K. to aiuuvu rim i.um.iNi: on
ftp' f J tUMi ID, 4 II f - iltll Jll
M rpMri 10 'MiM'V'PV - rrttt'i rMxrn
arj, i.Aitan: mui.hs.
'V' CLUB STABLES
The BIOTdE DEALE1 and II
PAIBISubai moved to
110 IIIO II1I1I
New location Bed front, new
Tonne; Building, telephone 1518.
) ' 0IQA1 HOW
i-i-'.ai85 exUterlal rooms 2250
f JfPflf OHIce. inear urn sun in.
uiiui of the Bulletin.
8ANTA BARBARA, Cl,
Co., Ltd. '
Pioneer and Leaden in
the Automobile Bminen
Agents for such well-known care
is l'ackard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens-
Duryea, Cadllluc, Thomas Flyer,
llulck, Overland, Ilaker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BF.8T RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
0LD8M0BILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404 1 l.ANOAULET, No. G8Q
C. H. BEHN
ATX WE ASIC IS A TIUAI,
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phon. 1823 Kapiolani Building
Us. in PREST-O-LITE TANK en
your Automobil. and sav. Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'3 NEW8 TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE'CO. '
King 8treet, oppoalt Young Hotel
P. O. Vox 840 Phone Soil
M.u l'unc vnmi feavoiis
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.
1024 Fort Street . Phon. 2364
NEW DRUG STORE .
W.ll 8tock.d with Ntyi Drugi and
SODA WATIiR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
42 Hotel 8tr..t. at nd of Bethel
Has no branches
Offlc. and Worku 777 King 8tr.it
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX GOURAUDS ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTlFIEft
RradTi Tftft, riritbU
Freckles, M lb I'altliO,
Hash, and Mia ItlffK'M,
nn beaut?, fthfl ilf
flea detection. It
liM Stood tbt tM ,
rf years, tJM
t larmlMi i
! fircrlf ra
Ittt of BtwUM
ntnt. Ur, L. A.
Hjutb laid to
iMf Of tbt hUt
MAl jtm Udlw
will um them.
Joyrie.uiV Crnnm tht Icul harmful nf
kla 1 repfwatlwn r Ml tf U druirjlrta tnd
Uundi !) tt In ttit United Matt, CMiad Md 1
MD.T.HOPUK, Pros, 37 Inst Jem Street. HreM
No. 3 and No. 3A SPECIAL
FOLDING POCKET KODAK8
' High-grade Lenses and Shut
ters for any camera,
See some of the work thes
will do as displayed In our win
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
IH COPLEY 'PRIHTI
PACIFIC HCTUHE FEAMIN9 oa
1050 Xanana Street i
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' - 8PECIAL FOR ONE WEEK '
$1.50 MANILA HATS 75c
1140 FORT 8TREET
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
139 Merchant Street
. Jacobson Bros.
IMS roiVr sfcrtnirr "phone jcoi
BANZAI SHOE 8TOn
B.r.tanla Street, Near Nuuenu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Regal Shoe Store
G. M. DUNCAN
25S Biretanla St., .pp. Royal Hawaiian
A. P: McDONALD;
Contractor and Builder
ICstlmutes given on all kinds of
Concrete Work a Specialty'
AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
OF INTEREST TO
Mm. Frederick Sclioff, president of
tho I'cnnjlvnnln Congrcxa of Motlifrs.
wnn amona; the Mirnkern at the annual
meeting of the Pennsylvania Federa
tion of Woinen'H Club, which took
place October '11, li nnd '11 In Phlla
dclphlu. There tire many noel forma of fleck
arrangement. One model dhows a hood
effect" that can he turned down to form
n deep enpe, Another ha an nttnehed
Kcart of double-faced xntln, tho ends
llnlKhetl with blft tnnnels. one end of
which carl lie thrown over' the nhouder,
the other left to dangle to the waistline
In front. Still another has thd Atfttnn
collar tlnUlifd with two gold lAillet
luttomt to whlcii can he attached a
Wide Rtrnp, so that the effect Is of a
A few of the hleh-clnsft models In
utility coats show a sllKht drapery In
the skirts, similar to that of the high-
class carriage and evening wraps of
the spring season. These generally
have fa slightly rounded movement at
the lower edge of the coat In front
Tho same rounded movement Is noticed
In some of the models without drapery,
It Is a new Idea In practical coats.
and nno which should prove a success,
since It has been proven a graceful and
becoming stle by the most fashionable
Medical evidence at a coroner's In
quest nt Danllng, Kng, allowed that
Mlss'Syna nakker. 19'yean old, datigh
ter br a Holland banker, died from
eight lacing' Tho young woman, who
was Waving at a Dawllnge boarding
house, went hurriedly upstairs to her
room after supper. She returned for a
book she had forgotten and became
faint, falling upon a sofa, where she
died a few mlnbtcfc afterward. A phy
sician diagnosed the case as suffoca
tlon, due to 11 ciliated stomach pressing
upon tho heart nnd lungs because of
Tho begum of Dhnpnl Is a woman who
thinks tliat a perfect lady should have
small hands and feet. Klic Is said to
hae been astonished nt'what she con
sldera the' masculinity of the Kugllsh
woman, but was glad that Queen Vic
toria wax a small woman. She rules
over an Indian state of CCS.OOO popula
If you nro a liner of children you
will not fall to make glad the heart'
of jour favorltu llttlo girl friend by
Kiting her a dainty bag to carry her
slippers In wiien he goes to dancing
school. Tills you can mako from three
fourths of a ard of a dark colored silk
and tlc tamo amount of a bright flow-
cred satin or brocade for a lining. ,
but the pieces tho same also, fold
oer once, 'sew together and run a
double casing nround the top two
Inches from tha edge.
Itllihon I'h run through these casings,
so the bag can bo drawn up tight.
Sewed llat to tho lining' Is a llttlo
patch pocket 'that has a flap which but
tons ovr Its'' opening. In It is a tiny
hand mirror, so the little lady enn ar
range her curls before entering the
room whero the class Is held.
Another pocket contains a small pin
book fitted out with various sizes and
kinds of pins, not forgetting several
small and a few large safety pins. In
this pocket Is a folding shoc-buttoner
and In n similar pocket Is a llttlo purse
where pie child can safely carry her
handkerchief and the change for her
faro. ' '
The sllrlpersI'and fan 'are' carried In
the main portion of ihe bag.
Such a bag would be acceptable and
pleasing to any llttie girl who knows
tho joys of attending dancing Class.
Crochet cotton Is fine for sewing on
buttons, and also 'for working large
When making large round or oblong
eyilets. or those that are petal shaped,
all difficulty may bo'nvolded by button
holing on tho material first and cutting
out tho center afterwards 'with a pair
of small manicure -scissors. If this
method Is followed, laundering will not
wear out the work.
Sew a piece of tape on'the underside
of the band nt your aprons to hang
them up by, nnd thus keep them clean
and fresh much longer than It they are
thrown carelessly oier the back of a
The afternoon frock shows skirts Just
u llttlo longer (ban wo had In the
summer. 'The Innovation Is to he
greeted with Joy, for the foot must bo
iittrnctlwly shod and of the daintiest
proportions to withstand tho shortness
of the scant 'skirt that will ride up
when tho wearer Is seated. '
Hn longer skirts and Just a little
fuller If you would heed tho mandate
of tin 1'urls designers.
JAMHS In Honolulu, October
1011, to Mr. and Mrs. Carlton
Juiuex. a daughter.
Iir.CKnil In this city, October 10,
lait, Mrs Dorcufc Itlchardson Decker
of Wulkupu, Maul, aged 69 yeurs.
J'JVir 8ale"carda at BullerbW'W ! BbIImIiII lt fM
MANY NOW IN
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Bulletin's Competition for Boys
A number of boy. Interested In tho
n u 1 1 e 1 1 h's model aeroplane contest
will meet this nrternoon with Charles
F. Loomls, director of boys' work nt
the Y. M. C. A. and secretary of the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n contest, for a conference
at the association building.
Progress In making the model planes
will be reported upon, together with
advice as tb the Contest Itself and
preparations for It,
Already Secretary Loomls reports aj
number of models finished, nnd yes
terday one boy had a "glider" that Hew
all over the big game-hall of the Y.:
M. V. A. Ie did not give out the dls
tance It flew, but It will certainly bo n
strong competitor for the first medal
In the glider class.
'Uorens of boys arc now at work on
their models. "Within n.few days final
announcement Is to he made of the
date of the contest nnd the Judges who
will select th6 winners In the four
Claea A Flylng.machlnea thirty In.
ch.i or mora (length ever all).
Blees B Flylng.machlnea tinder
thirty Inches- In length.
Clan C Ollden.
Claaa D-Speclal eleae.
Class A Machines making longeet
flight: flrat, Mcond anal third prim.
Claee B Maehlnea making longest
flight; prizes as above.
Class 'C Olldere making longest
distances without dropping, prtzea ae
'Class D For' best.constructed mo.
dels, any kind of flying. machine; does
not have to fly. Prizes as above.'
RULE8 'OF CONTEST.
1. The contest Is open to all boya
under eighteen years of age.
2. Boya must make own models,
but, are not barred from accepting
any legitimate advice and assistance
'In planninq and dialgppg.
3. Entries closs about October 20.
Exact date to be announced, at leaet
one week In'advanee.
,"Indnstrlal Education'! was the sub
ject handled by President (lllmoro of
tho' College' bf ' Hawaii at the men's
meeting' last night at, SL'-Andrew's
church. ' '
. The education of the, , children of
today was, In his estimation the great
est problem for the; public to solvo
In 'the present generation, On this
subject ho 'said In part:
"Education should prepare boya and
girls to meet the problem of life, and
tho education now 'available does not
"The American people are conserva
tive when It comes to religion and
education, but they can chnngo their
political faith In short 'older," said
the Bpeaker. "'
He further stated that there was a
desire, for a big Improvement In the
educational system 'of tho country.
By that he Bald he meant a system
that would meet the needs' of Ihe great
middle class. Not only wag he of
the opinion that there would bo bet
ter citizens turned out than now, but
with the right kind or education 'the
light against .disease and Insanltmy
conditions could be carried on to a
A musical program was also a fea
ture of tho evening' and was greatly
FOLKS PAST FIFTY
What- iriassr are 1o iwVa'k ei, Cits-
carets are to weak bowels a 10.
rent box will truly amuse 7011.
Most old people must give tq the
lxiwels some regular help, else they
suffer from constipation. Tho condi
tion is jierfectly natural. It Is Just
rid natiirai as Irln for old people to
walk Blowly, For age Is never w
active as youth, The musclea' are
less elastic. And tho bowels ate mus-J
Bo all old people need Cascarets.
One might as well refuse to aid weak
eyos with glasses as to s neglect this-
gentle aid to weak bowels. The
bowels must be kept active. This Is
Important at all ages, but never 'so
much as at fifty.
Ago Is not a time for harsh physics.
Youth may occasionally whip the
bowels Into ucfhlty. But a lash can't
bo used every day. Wat the bowels
of the old need is a gentle and nn
I turn I tonic, . Ono that -can bo eon-
statitly ured without harm. The iitl
such tonic la CasoarntH and they cost
only 10 cents iier box at any dnw
store. They work while ou sleep,
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILER8 OF
LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
6w Infant' Departi.nt i; if,
A visitor tb oir Infants' Section will
magnitude and completeness of'our
with the taste, the beauty and the
tlon, the splendid product of our
practically. Our loWprlces are fl factor a surprise to many, They
represent values' Impossible to duplicate elsewhere. For example:
Infants' Slips, tucked yoklc, embroidery trimmed $ .50
Infants' Slips, tucks and hand stltihlng $ .75
Infants' Klnnnel Pinning Blankets ,, $.50
Infants' Domct Flannel Clowns, ribbon trimmed $ .50
Infants' Flannel Skirts, hnnd-stltchcd hem tl.00
Infants' Iland-cr.ocheted Booties ,.,2 for $.25
Infants' Hand-crocheted Sacques, $ .25
Infants' Hand-scalloped Win..' , ..." $ .25
(Send -for our Infants' nnd Children's Wear Catalogue)
A full description of Hand-made Infants' Wear furnished on appli
ORANT-AVE, AND GEARY BT.
' "A Carjfor th.(0icrmlnating Few" .
Complete' American Line for the ,
, " 'Season 'of 1912' - -J -l! h
AMERICAN'TRAVELER Type 66 ...... ,..-...,.,...,....45ai .
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 54 '. t 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 2250
AMERICAN 8COUT Typ. 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Allkea' and Hot.l Sti. . . -". ' Phon. 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, 8ol. Distributor
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
' . t ! .
Office, King 8t, nsxt Young Hot.l Telephone. 1874 and 1875
it it'r Pit
aVD T0V WAUT A 001) JOB, flU MI TAaf ttUIT
Sharp SignS -
ROSA Jt CO.
Rye . '
oHled In Bond
JULES PERCHARD8 A FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We. Deliver to Any Part of tha City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakes and ttneeo JtreeU
1 acific Jaloon
r ' ' "e
KINO AUD NTTUAOT ITBXZTt
at Once lie Impressed with the.
store with the Infinite variety
originality of t lie "designs. In addU, t
nwn workshops uild materially and
8AN FRANCI8CO, CAL.
Called Far and p.liyred
and Hotel Streets Phon. 1813
Toall tad Hhcjf'n til food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel r. Fort ' p. I. Bstiet, lVo.
rot IAU IT AU, 1AJU
Agents For '
Phone 2026 P.O. Box 488
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