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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 14, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 11, Image 11',
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FVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 14, 1911,
EXPOSITION EXCURSION IS PLAN
Chairman II. '. Wood of the lln
wnll Commission to thn I'.tnmnu-I'a-
rltll! KxlioslHon. Iint irlvf.li n ttniri'oa
Hon to the "txpotltlon management
, that la being1 given serious consilient
tlim. Tim San r'ninclsco C'hronlcln
id November Mil Kays:
A suggestion tO t'tlliatlCU tllO H11CCCS8
tit iliu I'ntintiiu-Puclllc International
r Imposition and nmko It moru ioinlar
with tliu dwellers on tho Islands of
tlio Pacific and people of Central
America conies from llawnll and will
leielvo tin1 tamest consideration of
tlu directing of the exposition.
II. I'. Wood, chairman of tho Impo
sition Commission for the Territory of
Hawaii, writes to Frank I,, llrovwi,
chairman of the preBs and publicity
comialtli'i', milking thu following biir
gcsllon. GLANDERS IS NOW i
ALL STAMPED OUTl
Tlmt RljtmtorH In IujWh linn been
mtiiiiitiiiiilv u(iitnii1 fm I if tint Tnrrl-
lVIMMVII.i; -.,--,-.-- 1 wtfc u .....
lory Is tho opinion of Dr. Nnrg-inrd.
veterinarian, as picscnled In his ro-1
IMirt to the bo.ird of agriculture at lis
meeting ypstenhiy afternoon.
Tim nun cmro lirokn out nt IellellUa
mid strict piecanllons were taken to
prevent any fuilher sproiul with the
BiiccchB that none of Iho tests for tho
dh'easo lino so far given any results.:
Ten Km Int Veterinarian Ciibo and
Deputy Kit7gerahl are at wink on Ul
na! Investigating the cnuio of mortal
ity among the sheep llieio. The op
inion of both these men Is that tho
slock aio being gradually killed off
Hi rough lack of prnicr feed and also
through eating musty mnnlenln grass.
Tho manager has an Idea, howover.
that sonio Infection disease ha got
nmnng them and n bacteriological tost
is to bo tuailo. I
the favorite everywhere;
Www Tjl 1 I m fi
fm - 1
I henS mTS cq., u, I
"The two lino stenniBhlps, the So
noma and Ventura, belonging to tho
Oceanic Steamship Company, are now
at thu Union Iron Works being thor
oughly overhauled and turned Into oil I
burners. "From what I could gather
when In Hnn Francisco, no definite
run has been decided upon for the
boats as yet. if such Is the case,
could joit not sccilru ono or both of
thn steamers for n trip to l'nnam.i, via
Hawaii, stopping at all Central Amer
ican and Mexican ports oil your vuy
north from Panama? Such an excur
sion would certainly provo a splendid
advertisement for tho exposition.
"You should be able to get somii
passengers from Hawaii. Our people:
are well able to travel, and many or
them, ! know, would llko to see the
WRITE TO SANTA CLAUS
WASHINGTON, Novenibnr 2. The
Postolllcu Department has raised tho
ban on Santa, Clans mall lifter nil.
Hesclndliig n recent decision, l'ost-master-Cenerat
Hitchcock today de
cided that any letters addressed to
"Santa Claus" may bo delivered to
charllablo organizations Ur benevo
lent persons that ask for them, In
stead of having such mall returned to
tho senders or destroyed.
Hitchcock said ho did not think thu
prurllco of delivering "Santa Clans"
mall would lead to abuses, ns was
feared by somo of tho olllclals of the
Tho many poor children who can bo
blessed with a happy Christmas In
this way, ho declared, makes the de
partment's handling of Sntitu's mall
A practical Joke Is never what It'
v.itnnt-11 i,, iu i.
MAKES BIG HIT
Two big crowds nttcrUtod the open
ing poi formnhces of the Hughes
Musical Comedy Company Inst night
and went nway again feeling that Ho
nolulu at last has succeeded In get
ting a musical comedy company
worthy of the name.
llotli shows made the biggest kind
of n hit last night, while Individual
actors scored heavily. The company
Is a compact, woll-bilnnced one, and
every member of the cast nnd chorus
Is doing something nil the tlmo nt express-train
speed. Thero Is a dull
uitnulo In the hour and a half of tho
"Collegn Days" was the opening, pany people, hnve a right to feel that
bill. Nobody expected anything llkcjthey aro giving Honolulu llrst-clnss
a plot and they weren't disappoint!' I1 show. It ought to have a very suc
for theie wasn't enough plot to Imng' cessful engagement nere On Thurs
n hat on. There was a campus scene! day evening tho company will chniigc
ironi dear old Stanford and it college
boy In shirtwaist and dinky little cap.
The rest of tho show was full of pret
ty girls nnd flormnn and .lew come-
ill iii a ninl a I it it I ii rv mnl itnnpliin tin it
- iiii'i "ll'i -.. tip-, .iii.i
enough farce-comedy to fill a weokV
n'ert i.niilnnp. il,,. j..i,r... ni,,-.
tor, nnd Mlko Oppcnhclmcr, the go
nial Comma, nro the typical stage
types, grotestpie, exaggerated, but
really very funny nnd they set the
pace for the entlio show, Mr. C, C.
Lydston, who appeared Inst night ns
an ex-student nnd wore the aforesaid
dinky cap, has a fine baritone voice
which ho uses to good ndvnntnge. Al
bert Leonntd Is billed as a student,
but he appears only long enough to
pull off tho best eccentric dancing
Honolulu has seen for a year, at least,
if hot forever, and that does not for
get what Duke .Johnson, tho "vnuile-
vllllan" could do. Leonard, in fact,
scoied the lilt of tho evening, nnd
theie will be plenty of people go nfler
this Jimt to sco this chap shake those
nllilblo feet and pull off his special
ties, such ns "baseballltls."
Miss Pliocnle Edwards, the soprano,
took tho somewhat featureless part of
1 wealthy widow very acceptably nod
she nnd Lydston wcio well received
In n dfiet. Miss Kilt7.ee (luy's best
work was In n dance with the chorus,
.'lid hole she was far above tho av
erage. The chorit.i Is made tip of eight as
lively girls as ever kicked a Blliipc.
ever tho footlights, ami they went on
tho fourth speed nil the time last
night. And one of tlieni, Miss Shei
lock, came thiottgh with a Scotch
danco toward tho end. ns-dsled by
thu others, all In plnld and kilts, that
brought tho house down
W. It. Hughes, under whose dlroc-
Hon the company Is producing here,
nnd tho Honolulu Amusement Com-
.the bill to "Two Men fiom .lapm
...-. .. .. . .
,, , . , "'""" '" vlslt
liuiiuiiiiu, nwuiv- ui hut lilllllWJIlK PX"
Prslonif may be heaid, and It Is
well to be prepared. They are navnl
titles used by the Jackles.
"Illg (lily. 'for Itear-Admlral.
"Skipper" nnd "Old Man," for Cap
"Three-Strlpcr," for Cnmiuiiiuler.
"Two-Strlpcr" and "Lute," for Lieu
"Microbes," "Hones,' "Pills," "Saw.
bones," for Surgeon.
"Insects," for Kiislgns.
"Mlds" lint! "Middles," for Mld-lil;.
A man Isn't necessarily u dead ono
when he gets off the earth, lie may
be an aeroplane chauffeur
REPORTS MADE OF
GARBAGE PILING UP
Tlml the Job of carting the refuse
Kiithirtd during the mie-ipillu light Is
too much for the iivulltiMc force Is evi
dent, and the loinuilttev e-steielny aft
ernoon decided that u special night
train should bu run between midnight
ninl early morning to collect It. The
special KUIIK "f men emp1oed to col
li ct garbage will be kepi un until thu
tension has been relieved.
Supervisor Kbcn Low, who was at
thu meeting, stated that thu ilty au
thorities were aim hi tliat soineoni' may
run Into u heap and then nunc on the
city for damage, lie iioteil the case
of u mail who slipped down a man-
hole, scriitclinl bis shin ami tore hH dared that tho iimiilgaluatlon of enor
coat, but It cust the nullity $lu. The mous ciipltnl In the lumber business
supervisors arc using eight of their would not be u panacea for the trou-
Kurbage wagons and have twelve otli-
ers either tukeii fruiii the ruad depart
meiit or hired They niiiirourl.itiil 12,-
r,oo nod will see about another appro-
prlatlun when this Is spent.
,t the riiuuiMIoii of Alnvnr Pirn,
toul boxes are to he built fur each of
the fort) -eight tlMrlits. nnd thu wag
ons uied fur calling the tonN each
night will I p. swung cm to the cullictliui
David T ruHaway nnd O. It. Hne.ey
yrsttrday spent the day looking up thn'
haunts of mu'ultoeH Kiillnway re
ported that be had discovered nothing
unusual or that any of the larvae were
III any pl.ue other than where they
might be expected. Hivezey reported ,,, mo (rtM.r ,.ut down the sup
that he had examined ilfty batiatia y 0f lumber going Into the maiket.
plants udder the mint fnvornble con- ,j.u (Mi rtiillnii-tit begun several months
dltlons for mii'iilto bri.edlng nnd that ,(, mg nlreudy resulted in taking up
nlthnugh he fiiimd vvnter he did not proximately 3.1l,uU,i)0il feet of lumber
Mini wilgglerr. loffthe rket.
Doctors' lllue nnd I'urrle nlso vvero '
Investigating yesterday. The caleh-
b.islus of the storm sewers wire found
to be good breeding places. A tank on
lop of one of the downtown fitllces was
Mulid to be full of wrigglers mid they
were even found III n puddle In Null
I)r Cnrrle rend n summary of thu
npaiui reports for Saturday dealing
wllh mosquitoes In bananas, ns fol
Apan.1 1 Wrigglers found In three
t.n.inlin ,HA..a I
Apnnn 2-Wrlgglers found In b.i-
nanus In precinct 2.
ii.i.. i... .-.. , ,- ..
amllied contulned wrigglers. I
Apana 4 -3C7 bananas examined,
r.n,.. I I .. .t.r..l..- I I
Aimnu f SS bananas examined. 22
Ap.uia rt fint bannnns examined, 4T1
contained wrigglers. 1
The last itpnnn, which takes In the
district of Kallhl, showed the greatest
percentage of "Infe-cted" bananas mid
It was recommended that Kiilhiwiiy ex-
nniliin some of the tree coming from
JUST TRY A TFIinFIlTlMRS.YARRICKDIES
.. Z JL . " . " '
Injures juu for ntniilli ngaliisl it Sick
lleailai'lie, HllloiisiieiH, Cniisllpii-
Hun or 11 Had Stoniarh.
Put aside Just nnce-tho Sallt
Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or purga
tive waters which merely forco n
passageway thtoiigh the bowels, but
do not thoroughly cleanse, freshen
and purify thcto drainage or alimen
tary organs, nnd hnvii no effect what
ever uisiii the liver and stomach.
Keep your Inside organs pure ntuj
fresh wllh Cascarets. which thorough
ly dcniiFo thu stomach, remove the'
undigested, soul and fermenting food
i.nd foul gnse-i, lake tho excess bllo
fiom the liver and carry out of Iho
system all the decnmiKised vvasto mat-
ler and poisons In Iho lutesllnos and
lmw'K . .
A Cuscarel tonight will mako you
feel great by morning. They wink
while- you sleep nover gripe, sick
en nnd cost only 10 cents n box from
)oitr druggist. Millions of men mid
women take a Cascaret now an I then
and never havo Headache Dillons
uess, coaled tongue, Indigestion, Sour
Stomach or Constipated bowels. Cas
carets belong In uvory household.
Children Just love to tnko them.
Mrs (leorgu Itaudolpli Chester, wife
or the well-known short story wilier,
was granted n decree of divorce from
her husband lu New York.
liTe Honolulu Music Co., Ltd.,
Sole Agents - 88 King Street j
SKATTI.K, October J? i: (1 (Irlggs
ol TiKouia, president or the West j
Coast Lumber Manufaituieis surl
utlon nnd of the National Lumber '
.Manufacturers' Association, sounded a
warning today ngalnst the formation
of a $IUii,onu,nilO lumber trust now be
ing attempted III the Northwest
(Irlggs voiced his objection to the plu
posed merger of Coast mills at a meet
ing of the West Coast Lumber .Manu
facturers' Association here lie de-
Ides now besetting the trad
A trust proposition Is not the right
way to remedy conditions, nor Is It
(lie ipllck and erfictlvo method," said
(irlggs. "We have the brains neces-
sary to reined) the sltuiitlon our-
selves. If we would confer more, get
together often to discuss conditions
. . , . ... i i tun
and cut down production, In two
lliotlths we could coinineiue to feel
.the benefits of iiirlallment. We must
I not run our mills nights, us n few
' miinufaclurers persist In doing." j
The association adopted n resolution
i i.... .. ..r n.ut.. .l.,.u
of nil lumber mills in Oregon and
Washington, cominenilng December
intb. to enable repairs to lie iniiilu
,.,.. ......ri,,,,,!-,! d at tl
ALLEN HERBERT GETS
BUSY WITH BANANAS
. ,, . , ., ,,.
It didn't take Allin Herbert long to
declde what was best fur Honolulu as
rerards the innsiiilto eaiii.ilgti He
has re moved from his piopcilv ut Her-1
etanla nnd Mal.lkl str.ets oneC liundr. d
iiaiiia nun '"" " , ..,,..,,,
mid twenty-lhreo baiuln.1 trees and w
plaut the bunt to something that vvlll
bloom, lie suys:
I "We nro now planting pap.ijns. sun-
llowirs mid vegetables, and I know of:
'' l'''"'t or tree that vv II produce s '
. iiiiich des rub e food to the nit v im the
iniiiii u. ir n .
"t umilit like to see more Minlluw-
ers brightening up i.iy li.moiuiu lots
.How J love their cheerful faces early
' ..,..... ,n,... 1 I..., Illlln
III llie llloriuiiKi 1 " ii'.m '" ....
In return for the plinsure one gets
keep away from them. Plant
nt your klti hen and bath
drains rtlul you will br.ve no ma-
I'lant them nlso outside of jour
IM.I10..111 window, where you cun look
out on tli. Ir beautiful bright shining
faces In the morning, nnd you will be
n better miin or wonian for It all day."
AT SON'S HOME :
Mrs Mary Vurrlck. widow of the vtmtage of being compar.illvely clican
late Ci.o W Ynrrlck. died yesterday at a"l lrtiibli t
the hoii.e of her sou nt the advanced j further experiments were snhse
age of elglily years Mrs. Yurrlek had quently carried mil by Mr. Sharnian
been In the Islands since 18S3 The with what ho termed "marine w'lfo
fiinernl will In' held nt 2 o'clock this less tele liony." a sjslnm by which,
nftirnuoii nt the Townend undertnk- It Is claimed, an entirely satlsfaqtSry
Iuk parlors. Cremation will be innile communication can be undo between
at Nuiiaiiu temetery.
Mrs. Yurrlek had bien ailing for n
number of 11 tbs and steadily falling,
so that the end whs not unexpected
The Hawaiian baud will play In
rii,tii,a Uniintn llilu ovculllir nt bnlf-
, .. ..r.I(., Tomorrow tho
,,,,,, ., mrnn.u, 11,0 transoort Tho-
....... .,..,. ....- .loiutiluro for Mimll.i.
T)l0 ,,rKrmil t Thomas Sipuuo this
'evening will bo as follows:
,..,. i iin t,.w new ..ivirnwstv:
.....-,.- - t -
Indian Hummer, new ,. . ...Miuei
ltlngs on my I'lugers,
Puddling Puddles, new Dlx
The Nlglilshado, new Ileevcw
The Ilogey Walk, new tlallatlev
Helectlou -Tho l.iimb irdlans ..Verdi
Vocal-llawallan songs .Ar by llerger
ltumlnlscoiices of All Nations. .Oodfrev
Waltz The Pink Lndy Carlll
Mnich Hverybidy lluiznr
Tho Slar Spangled Haulier
ltegtlar dlslinucsty Is easier to man
age than Irregular hnuesty
If Your System h Kept Toned Up
You Will Escape Many Diseases
That Find Easy Victims
Among Pale People.
Knougli ili-eitw genus enter the aver
ntre Iiiiiiiiiii I inly i wry luj to uuiso
'le.ltli if the liealllifill orgaiiNui illil not
eoiiibnt tin gcriiM ami render llicui
lt the liuman svsleni Ik-coiiio run
"limn, or ileliilititel, anil this iover of
liistiiliee tinliHMM ii vv, ukelH,! Smii
thedii.ii germs git the tip-r liniul,
an in tile siekue-s fullnus or tnu patient
Ismiue neliroulc. liiMilid.
It li in the blood tli.it the linttte to
tiiHiiiLnn tlie henltli is fouiiit. Ki't)
rist ami jolt will avohl iiuimi sickin'.
Dibility is not a nx-ogniiil ili"eiiwi
but is a loylitioii in vvhieli tliiisuirerer
cannot git it gixsl niglit's slirp, vvaku
"I i",' m" " " stivngtn or
'un troublo with the toinarli and i
Mmj,rt , i,,.,,,,,,,.! ,, LacKnoi,,-,.
ti ,Iimtiii,moiilj nut within hi.Io
who hii'ln work liiiril.iirvniiitlntil in-
door, cMiiiipro'rlivl or have worries
J''V' ., '.. ..'-.; l.' '.'" '?"",
-o. --vi rMiiiui i:,iu ,-inii. Lincoln
Neb., slum the value of Dr. Williams
I'ink I'llli tu a tunic for i.ll riui-ilown
iDlulltioiH of health. She sajs;
"I gave Dr. Willlains' l'uik l'ills for
1'nlo 1'iiiple u tiial for general ileliillty
from vv Int li I had Isvn sulleiing iilxiut
three jcars. I win thoroughly tlictt
Hint worn out and hud no ambition for
nujthing. I lorninc very weak uml
kept lo-iiu Ktreugth. Myapstitu tu
Hxirand I win nirvoiis uml hud K'vcro
"I luTileiln tonic tifatmentniiil trlcil
several tonie remeilii-s but hollo Hi'liicl
to belli nit- until I tried Dr. Wilbiiins'
Hi i';"" w i;i.. vw. 1 wh.
IIIIIV lllljril'll'l IIV llllll lllllt tlll IA
get around aiultloiiiywork Itoeiktha
J,nia until i-uhI nti.luiu .!it--.l t n-c-
(.0II1,m,ij them to any one who Is run
down ill health."
Dr. Williams' I'ink l'ilU am for salo
ty Ut ilniggl-ts, or will U. Hi.t. itat-
paid, nil rnvipt of price, fiO ivnts UT
Kx.'flr ImxiifurfL' W,!ytl,eDr Wll-
imiH j(.,u, ( Si'lieiiiilndy, N Y.
Mend today fur a e-opy of our frco
booklet, JJisciiscs 01 llio lllocsl."
,.,..-, HEARS TELEPHONE
nwjHiun nunno illli muiil
usll iiiiiiuui 111111.0
Message Received While Acro-
1 TmvnlillfT nt Rntf
IV,IV ,W , .(-, .. ..
of 55 Miles an Hour.
LONDON 'itororts of the most In
teresting nature with regard to the
rapid development of wireless telo
phony continue to come to hand, lu
n recent despatch rofcionro was inailo
t" ll'o very luleresting nnd liiirtaiil
experiments successfully carried out
by II. tlrlndell Mntthuws, who proved
Hint It was an easy matter to hold
a distinct conversation over n dis
tance of Himo miles without any vlsl-
bin connection. Tho Instrument jmii
ploved nlso possessed tho groa Wad-
vessels passing ono nnotiicr at con
siderable distance nt sea. n
Mr. Matthews has. It Is nnmmiiced,
carried out further e.xerlineuts, "tho
results of which may hnvo nnt Im
portant hearing on the use of tho
ueroplnnn tu connection with military
eiie rat Ions.
It appears that an airman was Hy
ing at 11 height of sonio 7uu feet wheal
1 Mr. Matthews "called him up" by
means" of his wireless telephoned and
was nblo to mako himself heard by
tho airman, who was living ut 11 speed
nf 55 miles per hour. Thu aeniphiifi)
..... .. ..
1 WilH ll" Hlll'll ItllJt il lltlllPIMII tVI 1 Willi
.., ris.llt ...... ,.. nlllM11 W1IR ,mablo
to answer Mr Matthews, and it was.
(iicrefoie. only after tho neriiplaiinri.nl
landed that Mr. Matthews learned
that his experiment had been entire
tl Is nuderhtiHiil that the fitliiulu-
,a, (,lmI ,y , Kl)W.rIIIllon,
have now been completely fulfilled by
Mr. Mnlthevvs, with tho icsult that
the rights of tho Invention will ho
aciUlied for the nation
W..M, Uy I ltla SI per r.
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