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'Mt 10; -ft EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, OCT. 24, 1911.
I " HOTEL POTTER MAII1 Fl MTHIM I ibwm Z
B MILO M. POTTER, Mar. SANTA DARBARA, Cat.
W Operated en the American Plan only. Each room hat outside exposure. Ralei H.3.VG It iJOUG 111 ill 111.1 I ill HlIlM!
Operated en the American Plan only. Each room hat outside expomre. Rates
asked arc lest (Service, Cuisine and Surrounding considered) than can be
found In in) 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
cernlntf Hotel Patter, address! OTTO QERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
deary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day tip
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high clasn hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
Btcamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
J.II. Lo e, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
Ihe elegance of Its Culsina
Emma St, above Vineyard
IF YOU WI8H TO nCST AND
ENJOY LIFE AT THE 8AME
TIME, GO TO
THE MOON WILL SHINE THIS
Room and Board
W. C Bergin, Prop.
EAT AT THB
Everything New Service Excellent
May's Old Kona Coffee
Bast in the Marks
HENRY MAY CO.
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL. DEALERS
WA8 AWARDED HIGHEST HONOR8
At the recont California Stnto Talr
held nt Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Just In ex Lurllne
- LARGE MULE8 -
; TELEPHONE 1109
The BI0T0U DEALU and II
FAIRER, ha moved to
1 80 KINO ITXXXT
New location Red front, near
Toting Building. Telephone 18 18.
CIOAJ HOW t
A GtlMT (ID . Hrentr
t 1218ft editorial rooms 22.10
'basinets ofllcr. These- are the tela
hope number of the if nil e tin.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Itoom with Hath and
lloirJ from 14.00 a Day
European Plan Itoom with Until from
12.00 a Day
8peclal Monthly Rate
A high-clans Tatnlly and Tourlit Hotel
Half block from Columbia Theater,
nnd on tho edge of tho Iletiilt Shop
ping District Hvery room with Trl-
vate Hath. TosItUcly Tlreproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
TlPKeratlons mmlo through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
Pioneer and leaden in
the Automobile BailneM
Agent for such well-known can
is Packard. 1'ope-Ilartford, Bterena
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomaa Flyar,
llulck, Overland, Ilakr Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) I.ANOAULET, No. S80
. C. H. BEHN
ALU WE ASIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Us a- PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and aava Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'8 NEW8 TODAY"
Stearns & FosterCd.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
KOA FURNITURE '
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Itox 110
Have It Done
THE "REGAL WAY" OF
OP course you hav your shoes
repaired you know you
usually can get a good deal
of additional service from them
after the first sole Is worn out.
But how do you have it done7
By the ordinary cobblers' method?
If you do, your experience has
undoubtedly ehown you how un
satisfactory this method Is. You
most likely get Inferior materials
and clumsy workmanship. Besides
this, the usual method of "tapping"
that Is, piecing the sole widmay In
the shank gives the shoe a de
cidedly unsightly look.
Then, again, the nails sometimes
used by the cobbler causa no little
discomfort to the foot. They are
driven clear through to the Inside
of the shot and are clinched on the
8o, when the cobbler hands you
your shoes, they look Ilk the photo
below, don't they?
THE ORDINARY .WAY
OF REPAIRING SHOES
NOW, take the "Regal Way"l
First, the work is don by
expert shoemakers, using'
just the eame methods by which
the first soles were attached at the
Regal factories. The old, worn
out sole and heel are removed. A
new sol of genuine OAK-BARK
TANNED leather is sewed on. Bear
in mind that this sole Is complete
It extends from toe to heel, and It
is SEWED on, not nailed. A new
heel, built of whole ift of thi
same unequalled stock, Is attached.
All edges are carefully bevelled and
finished, just as they are in the
When you get your shoes back
they are" just as comfortable and
practically a stylish and service
able as when you first bought them.
And It does not cost a lot, either
no more than any first-class tob-
bler would charge.
The next time you want your
shoes repaired bring them to this
store. Tell our salesman you want
, them ropaired the "Regal Way."
Then you'll get a job that looks
just like the photograph at the top
of this page.
King and Bethel
P ' '"WHsaaH
(Spoclnl 11.11 1 If tin riirrpupomViioc.)
ttAII.UKU, Oct. JO. The October
term nt tho Second Judicial Circuit,
JihIku it. II. KlnKl)tiry priKlilliiE, n
ihiiM'IiihI In the Wnlliiku courthoimn
last Wr-ilncmlny, the lMli lnt , nt 10
o'clock In the morning; There wnnthe
tiiunl nttendnnco of uttorne)i, Territo
rial mid county omclnlx, nnd tho jurorn
After the rendliiK of the Judge' chnw,
tint court nppolntcd J. J W'nlxli, limn
nucr of Knhulut utorc, im foreman, nnd
thnt body Iniineillntely went Into the
confederation nnd InveMlgatton of the
nintUM brought before It. Sheriff
t'leinent Cnmtll nnd Deputy Hherlrt
John Ten-elm, County Attorney T. It.
C'nxe nnd Deputy Hum Vincent wirq
nlnn on hand to hitp the xrnnil Ju
ror k, mid thus the wirk of this body
nn fncllitnted In the bent way possi
ble. On Thurmlny nfltrnonn tlieitrniiil
Jury presented the report In court,
Foreman Walsh reading It. The re
lmrt snld In part:
"I'rnin Investigation nnd evidence
submitted In connection therewith, the
Km ml jury Is of the opinion thnt nt
the last Renernl election held In this
Trrltory, perjury n committed by
scernl perannx In this county. Tho
documentary rldencc, howevir, which
would bo essential In oriltr to draw
tho necesxnry Indictments Is not be
fore the Jury, nnd while It Is avail-
able, Its production nt this time would
linoho delay nnd innsldernblc expense
to the county nnd Territory. The clerk
of this jury has been directed to lay
before the county nttnrms'x depart
ment .nil flntn secured by the Jury at
thin liearltiR, nnd we would therefore
recommend that from this Information
nnd such additional Inform itlou ns It
appears Is nbtnlnnble from records not
nt tho present time accessible, the
proper stiph'bo taken to Indict thoso
who, It Is believed by this Jury, com
NEWS FROM MAUI
. . i
flpeclal Bulletin Correspondence. )
WAI1.UKU, Oct. 20. Mrs. Maples,
wife of Attorney W. L, Maples of.Puu
none, has been appointed teacher nt
Kahakulon, In place of Mrs. Kcawc.
whom the parents most Btrcnmmnly
objected. to for certain reasons. Mrs.
Maples taught school for many1 jcars
In her homo town In Tennessee. She
hns uoen,'teochlne;'a' 'private school
fur Japanese,' nt Puuneno for many
years and her work hns always been
regarded as 'first class, and tin: par
ents of Kahakuloa aro nlrcady well
pleased wllh her work", so states Sup
crUsIng Principal C. K. Copoland, who
has Installed Mrs, Mnples in her new
Tho Wnlliiku Dramatic Club will
present a comedy entitled: "Tho Pri
vate Tutor" nt tho Wnlliiku Town Hnll
tomorrow cenlng. Anions thoso who
will take part: D. II. Case, Miss I
Morrlman, W. W. Wcstcoatt, r. I.uf
kln, Miss C. Short, .1. J. Walsh ami
others. JihIkIiik from tho tickets al
ready sold thero will certainly ho a
Tho concert and danco to ho Riven
nt tho same placo by members of tho
Mormon church has been jiostponod
until next Saturday evcnlnK.
Attorney V. V. Crockett moved his
oinco this week to the postolllco build
Ine on Mnln street. -
JikIro J. W. Kalua hns been laid
up 'for several weeks, and he Is fast
Improving. Ills many friends will
soon seo him out.
Mr. Frank W. Damon held tho rapt
attention of tho audience nt tho Wnl
liiku Union church laBt Sunday even
Inn, his topic belnR concerning the
Rrowth of mission work In Korea and
Atnnzo Jackson has been appointed
superintendent of tho Kula-Maknwao
pipe line, and ho will assume Ills now
duties on tho first on next month.
He will have Ills headquarters at Pit
Rev. J. Nua, a former pastor of Ka
nhumanu church, was a caller at Wnl
Inku this week, Tho revorend gentle
men ramo on n visit of Inspection to
Ills real estnte jirojierty In this dis
trict. ITCHING ECZEMA CURED
You don't need to suffer another duy
with that awful Itch. A few drops of
thnt wonderful compound known ns
tho D. D D. Prescription will tnko
nwny tho Itch Inxtnntly, yes, tho mo
ment tho first drops nro applied to tho
inflamed skin, the Itching Is stopped!
Many Ilcremn sufferers have failed
so uttirly with snhex and other "dls
roverles" that ecn the nssurnncn of
the host pluxlclnn or druggist cannot
Induce them to Invest another cent In
It Is to just these discouraged suf
ferers that wo now offer n bottle of
.the geimliio D, D D Prescription, n
Simple wash of .Oil of Wlntcrgreen,
.Thjmol nnd n fow other Ingredients, ho
compounded that they reach tho very
worst cases of Eczema nnd all other
Ileslilex, thero Is nothing so goAd ns
I. IJ. D for n household skin remedy
for It washes nwny pimple over night
nnd cleanses tho skin of nil forms of
(let n $t bottlo today on our recom
jwnidntloii. Benson, Smith & Co. '
Old Folks Simula lie direful In Their
Selection of l(ru;iiliilu Mrillcluc
We hnve a safe, dependable, nnd ni
together Ideal nmedy thnt Is particu
larly ndnptid to the reiiilreinents of
aged people nnd persons of weak con
stitutions who suffer from constipation
or other bowel disorders. Wo nre so
certnln thnt It will relieve these com-
.tint.lf.. n.I.l nil hIw.i.1 ... n ( lat .. . I !.
,'.i,i,.o iiiiii HHI lllll-uilllt' PlHinilll.1
In every particular that we offer It with;
our pcrsonnl gunrnntec that It shnll
cot tho user nothing If It fnlls to sub
stantiate our claims. This remedy Is
cnlled Ilexnll Orderlies.
Ilexnll Orderlks nre eaten Just like
enndy, nro pnrtlculnrly prompt nnd
ngreeabto In nctlon, mny bo taken nt
any lime, day or night: do not cause
illnrrhoei, nnuse.i, griping, excessive
looxtnexs, or other undesirable effects,
They have n vry mild but positive
action upon the organs with which they
come In contact, npparintly nctlng ns
n regulatlvo tonic upon tho relaxed
muscular coat of tho hour I, thus over
coming wynkness, and aiding to restore
tho bow ls to moro vigorous nnd
healthy action Three slies, 10c, 2Ko,
and 50c, Sold only nt our store The
Ilexnll more. Ilenson, Hmlth & Co,
Ltd, Iurt and Hotel strcetB.
MltllllAY In Honolulu, October 23,
1911, Mary Ellen, widow of tho lato
T. IJ. Murray, nftcr a short IIIiichh.
Tho funeral will tnko pluco nt 3
o'clock this nftornoon from the un
dertaking parlors of II. II. Williams,
Ifarbld Vanderbllt nn Miss Bears
have entered Into w-hat W"kii0vVh us u
trial cnglgemi nt "for one j enr.
Our' new stock of albi'ms em
braces those bound in seal, burnt
leather, (sloth and. cardboard.
Fuil line of ize and new
shape. r t) L.i'
Preserve your picture Wy put
ting them In an album.
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT 8TREET, NEAR HOTEL
n cofiey PBnm
PACmO HCTTJBI FBAMTHB CO,
10S0 Hnnanu Street
SPECIAL FOR ONE WEEK
$1.50 MANILA HATS 75c
1140 FORT STREET ",
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building v - Fort Street
Over May & Co.
ur.8 ronr HTitnnT phonh 3C01
BANZAI SHOE 8TOPP
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
, Q. M, UUNCAN
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
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LADICS', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE IN SAN, FRANCISCO ORiAT
HOME, DO YOUR "-HOPPING AT MAGNIN'S. ?
50,000 Square feet of selling Space is devoted to the
highest class of
Misses', Children's and Infants'
procured both from the best European and Ameri
can markets. We are pursuing the policy of giving
the very best merchandise at the lowest possible
ORANT AVE, AND QEARY 8T.
"A Car for the Discriminating Tew")
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 56 $4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 2250
AMERICAN 8COUT Type 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts. ... Phone 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Sol Distributor
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TENNIS CbtMS4" -
an RX!nninxci:D nNoiNnnn sni.ncTS tiii: loca
tion Oil Al'I'ItOACII ANU Hl'lT.IUNTENDH Al.t. Till: WOUIC
AID TOD WAST A flOOD
ROSA Jt CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULE8 PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINES
W Deliver to Any Part of the City
- PHONE 3181
Alakea and Qneen Btreeti
I acific J
KINO AND NDUANH STREET!
QAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
JOB; III MX TOM UAU1
All IEXH EVERYWHERE
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei. Proa
nt lAE AT AEI &.&
Phono 2026. P. 0. Box 408
I $ 4
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