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MILO M. POTTERf Mgr, J
Operated on the American Plan'only. Each room hat outside expoture. Rates
asked are leit (Service Cuisine and Surrounding! considered) than can be
found In any 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 rales, pamphlets and full particulars eon
corning Hottl Potter, addressi OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box ( Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Htiroptnn Plan $1.C0 a day up
American Flan $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 theatre and
retail district. On car lines transferrin!-to
all part of city. Electric
omnibus meets nil trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
ns Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
CnUe Address "Trawets"A UC code.
J.1I. Love, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that la noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St., above Vineyard
This is the best week in the month at
The moon reflects the elegance and
completeness of tho details in hotel
Rooms and Board
FINE BATHING ' '
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
EAT AT THE
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY s CO.
The Best Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST H0N0R8
At the rtrent California State Far
held nt Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Mules for Sale
16 EXTRA LARGE 16
The BICYCLE DEALER and II
FAISEB, has moved to
180 IINQ IIKIII
New location Bed front, neat
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
CIGAR HOW ft '
at A GTTNBT CO Aunts
2185 editorial iooiiih 2250
1uIiii'.sh oflU-r, Thrw urn the tele
nliulie numbers o! the Jjjl JJjB 1 1 n.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan -Iloom with Hath and
Hoard from 14 00 a Day
iEurcpean Plan tloom with Bath from
, 12 00 n Day
I Special Monthly Rates
. A htRh-class Family and Tourist Hotel,
I Half Mock from Columbia Theater,
and on tho odRo of the IUlall Shop
ping District. Kvery room with Pit
vate ll.ilh. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
nrxmntlon tnndo through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 King Street Honolulu
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Bmlneii
Agents for such well-known can
ss Packard. I'opo-llartford, (Jtevens
Duryen, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llulck. Overland, Raker Electric, anil
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BFST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) l.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
ALL WE ABIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'S NEWS TODaV '
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co.. Ltd.
. i ,
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Yeung Hotel
P fX IHnx 1840 n Phone lost
Weekly Hi I letla II er iswr,
Her is the greatest demonstration
of the power of one mind over another.
Thoughts pulled from the brain-cells of
the audience like easy money.
Nothing like It seen here since the
visit of the late WA8HINOTON IRV
INQ BISHOP The Greatest Mind
Reading Act on the Stage.
May Edith Taylor
No let-up in the enthusiasm with which
this Young Lady Is greeted nightly.
"Melodies From the Old South."
TAKE NOTICE 1
POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS!
Lucia Lottie Collins
The Idol of the London Johnnies.
The Card at the famous Empire
Music Hall The Pet of Hawaii.
On MONDAY and TUESDAY EVEN
INGS she will give Imitations of her
THE GREAT LOTTIE COLLINS
"The Little Widow"
AN ILLUSTRATED 8TEREOP
With Special Reference to
Volcanoes of Hawaii
Frank A. Perret
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 8 P. M.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May 6. Co.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all kinds of
Concrete Work a Speolalty
AUAHI STREET. NEAR NUUANU
Will Do It
,, G. M. DUNCAN j
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
to, manufactured by toe Dulletln
Direction vnlu.ihlo to householders
In tlKhtlng tho inoMiultii, p.irt of n bul
letin nf the United Hlute- Department
of Agriculture, have been ln"iieil by
the rriucatle committee of the Sanita
tion CiunpnlKii,' A. Lett la Jr. nnd Dr.
They lire In part ns follows
Spirit' of cnimihor rubbed upon the
race nnd hands, or n few drop on the
pillow ni nlRht, will keep mosquitoes
away for u time, nnil till l nlxo n
well-known property of oil of penny
rojnl. Neither of tin so sulwtnnce Is
ilurnble; that la In say, a hIiikIi npplj
xntlori will not laxt throimli the night,
Oil of peppermint, lemon Julco ,niyl
vhiegnr hnvo nil been recommended,
wIiIIp oil of tnr linn been used In re
gions whero mosciitiitoes nro especially
nbundnnt. Oil of cltrmiella Is one of
the boat xutntnnces to bo used In this
way. The odor Is objcctlonnblo to some
people, but not to mnny, and It Is suf'
detent In keeping numiultnes awny for
sovcrnl hours. The best mixture trlfl
by tho writer wns sent to him by Mr.
C. A. Nash of New York, nnd Is ns
Oil of cltronelln 1 ounce
Spirits of camphor... 1 ounce
Oil of cedar '4 ounce
Ordinarily n few drops on a linth
towel "hung over the head of the bed
will keep the common house mosquitoes for mosquitoes to enter; constnnt earn
Aw il.PjVVhero1 they are very abundant jnnd vigilance nlono will prevent this,
and "iieriilHtent n few drops rubbed on In certain seasons In mOfwiulto feglomt
the face nnd hands will su(Hce Hveii mosquitoes 'will attempt "to milke their
this mixture, however, loses Its eftlcney way through screens nnd nre often abla
toward the close of n long night It Is to do so. When they nro very nuMer
the habit of tho jellow fever mosquito, ous wlrq screens ahouM (lw painted
Ae'desv (SYe'gomyla) enlopus Melg, to lightly with kerosene or oil of cltro-
begln to bite nt daylight. Ily that time
the'averaRe person Is sleeping eryl
soundly.'hnd the effects of tho mixture
will usually have largely passed away, folding of tho canopy under the mat
It follows tllnt lh the Southern States, trei-s, ami the greatest care should be.
whero this mosquito occurs, these pro- taken to keep the fabric well merued.
tectlve mixtures are not supposed to' The size of the 'mesh In hiosqulto
be ns effective ns they arc In the North, bars and window screens Is Important
As n matter nf fact, however, this last Twenty meshes to the Inch can be re
mlxture, could It be applied shortly he- lied upon to keep mosquitoes out, but
fore dawn, would be ns effective as
under other circumstances.
WILL REPORT ON
The report' that a committee of tho
Civic Federation Is to make on the
Heela Heach belt road contract Is ex
pected to be forthcoming next Wed
nesday" evenlwg. The following no
tice has been Issued:
The regular quarterly meeting ofi
the Civic Federation will bo held at
tho Public Service Association rooms
on Wednesday evening, November 8th,
ut S o'clock.
The change, In the hour of meeting
from that of, tho usual monthly meet
ing is mode' 'n compliance with tho
resolution passed nt the August meet
ing, of the Executive Committee, In
order to enable all members of the
Federntlon to attend.
A number of Important matters will
be brought up by the various standing
and special committees. Including the
report on the" belt road contract, the
future position or the Federation on
political mutters, public health, buiiI
tutlon. CHURCH NEWS
A( the regular Sunday evening ser
vlco of the Kauluwela' Boys' Club
HIIjIo class, the teacher, Mr. R. A.
Cooper gavo a very Interesting ad
dress on "Spectacles," his text was
found In first Corinthians, 13th chap
ter, 12th verso. "Now wo eo thio'ugh
a glass darkly." Me spoko of the
need of wearing glasses as an aid to
vision and of colored glasses to' mel
low" Intolerable glaring light, lie said
the optimist looked through roso col
ored lease, the pessimist through
blue, tho jealous through grocn, "tho
alarmist through red, the blind
through black, while the true child of
(lad looked through clear glasses with
powerful lense, which drow him to a
nearer and clearer vision of nod.
The attendance was the largest that
has over attended the class. Mr, Coo
por wns nsslsted by Mr. Blue, secre-
cretary-treasuror of the Methodist 1)1-
ble class, and Mr. Keefe, teacher In
the Japanese night school.
The mission Is attended principally
by Hawaiian and Chinese- yo'ung men.
Tho ofllcerg of tho club aio nllvo
and nctlvo and they expect to build
upCu large membership.
Sunday evenlug service 7 to 8 p. m.
flood music All young men In the
neighborhood are Invited to attend
theso meetings and Join tho club.
Tho Women's Society of tho Central
Union Church will give an afternoon
ti a ut the residence of Mrs. Q F. Bush,
IOCS Kewnlo street, at 3 o'clock next
ThurMluy nfttrnoon, November 9. Not
only the mimberH of tho society, but
also all vMiineii connect! d In nny ny
with tho congregation, together with
their friends nnd visitors In tho city.
ure cordially Invited to attend.
Tho men's class of the First Mo-
thodlBt church was well attended on
Mr. R. A. Cooiior related Incidents
In tho II fp '.'Xerxes the Great, the Ro-l
A mixture recommended by Mr. 13.
II. (lane of New York Is ns follows:
Cnstor oil 1 ounce
Alcohol 1 ounce
Oil of lavender 1 mince
This mixture wns prepinil fur the
purpose of avoiding tho odor of tho oil
Oscnr Hamo-tn of Austin, Tex, rec
ommends vthe following furimiln:
Oil of cltronilla 1 ounce
Liquid Mist lino ,....,,4 ounces
Thfs mixture grentl'y retnrds the
evaporation of the oil nf cltrone'ln.
Mr, It. A. Ite nobis has usul success
fully In New 'Orleans 20 minims of oil
of cltrotiellrf to the ounce of vaseline or
A fixe per cent solutloli of sulphate
Of potaMi hns been recommended, as
also the oil of cassia. 1'itre kero-eno
hns also been used extensively In the
Screens and Canopies.
Such obvious measures ns the screen
ing of houses, the use of netting for
beds nnd the wearing of clls jiml
gloves after nightfall In badly Infcsler
regions need no detailed consideration.
Screening of houses cannot be too care
fully done, nnd ndjustnble, folding or
sliding window nnd door screens seem
never to bo tight! even with well-fitted
screens thero nro often opportunities
With bed enhopM there should bo
nroblo material to admit of a perfect
fifteen to the Inch ndmlts some of
sal Consort of Onoon Dtllior." lie
cad copious extracts from "Juxephus
going Into greater detail of the sub
ject matter of the lesson than narrat
ed in the lillilo, but fully confirming
Next Sunday morning Mrs. Shop
herd, who recently urrhed from the
Coast, will glvo the leBsun.
Th,o( Initial meeting of the'f-Ulble
clfisVfor woiiKm-wlll-lWheW In tho
Parish llouso of the Central Union
ChurtlnTJturdny mornlng'kt 10 o'clock.
Tho Itev.'Mr. i:iersole will conduct tho
Tho new'Wgnnl-iitlon Was perfected
at a luncheon given nt the Colonial
Inst Thursday. Of the I'lghty present,
lltty-seven enroiieil Tim slimy course
Is to be entitled, "A Heading ,'ourso In
tho flospel." The tvventUth mntury
New Testament Is to be tho tuxtbnok,
The Woman's Board of Missions of
Central Union Church will meit on
Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock. Tho topic In
the series of studies, "Wcstirn Women
In Uastirn Lands," Is "The Means Km
ployed to IUnch tho Women: Tho
School nnd the Mission," nnd will bo
present! d by Mrs. W. A. Bryan.
The work of tho Portuguese depart
ment vvlll bo presented also, nnd Hems
of current events.
All ladles nre cordlnlly Invited.
Newman's famous hymn, "I.end
Kindly Light," was the subject nf the
sermon delivered by tho Bev. II Klmer
Smith nt the Methodist Kplscopnl
Church Inst evening.
In preparation for the coming nf Dr.
Chapman, tho celebrated ovnngellst,
special prayer services are b'Hnif con
ducted 'In several of tho churches.
IIAPAI In Honolulu, Octolitjr.10, to
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Hupal, of
Knlmnkl, a daughter.
The Bev. William Patrick, princi
pal of Manitoba Presbyterian college,
died In Scotland,
WHOOPING COUGH CROUP.
BRONCHITIS COUGHS COLDS
A simple, lift ind cMc(lvc Iff lment (nt bron
chlil double, without sViint the itonwh wilt)
Jinf. Uitd wlifa iucccm fur thlfir "
Tht ilr rendered itronili sntltcptic I nipt red
with every brenh, makes breathing sr. "
the tat Ihtoat. and itooa lha touch. BHUltnc tcit
lul nights. Cittolene U In disable to moth ft
wild r sag ckllditn aad i Wen to ufticia lio-u
Send ul 4M)ital for Jcictlfellrt bouhlel,
Ttv Oteiolene Aittl-
fpllc Thfoal Tablet
for Ut Irritated throat.
Ther tre simple, eftett
lee sad sniiieptlCs Ul
tour drugglit or fiom ul,
10c In stamp.
Cards and Stlokers
now on display , , .
A. O. ARLEIGH & CO,
Hotel, opp. Union.
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VHa YOU MU8T QF.T 'EM Ml
VBa We have all of the btst disinfectants IKI
A and everything ever discovered to free fsaLPal
KjaHl you from danger through mosquito IlHrvSf
V-rlHI bites. Let us supply you. ItaH1
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We Deliver te Any Part of the City
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AUkea. end Qneen Streets
I acific J
KING, AND NUUANU STREET!
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Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop.
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Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
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