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k ...',, . . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, NOV. 18, 1911. " 11 Jj
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Custom (M&s ZrSt
I Styles JmMlSI0
our store, will have the satisfaction of knowing
that her footwear is correct in every detail ac
cording to the very latest fashions here and
xiSL that you could otherwise obtain only in
IN ROYAL PALMS
The (Uncover) of mosquito wrigglers
In lilies mill also In tho loaf Muiitli (if
the royal palnp worn among the most
Important ili'VcloimiciitH In the snult.f
lion catpualgn yesterday. Two or llirca
complaints woro made, Imt only ono
wud taken nny notice of, and tlint wns
n;cliilm for ttiX. TIiIh biu lwen pass
( ii over-to tile Hoard of Hrjltli to han
dle for the present until u claluiH agent
Im appointed by tlio committee.
lloro cooperation In bclnij hliown by
people generally throughout, and Sirs.
Thomas It. Lucas reported that sho had
found wrigglers In a bed of 1111'n. Kv
ainlnutloii of other lilies showed that
there were plenty of wrigglers In them.
II. O. Swczcy Kent n u samplo of a leaf
frnin a royal palm that wax sheltering
many wrigglers. Jlc also made a state
ment tmt )iq hud been, inl'iiuoted In
ono of tho newspapers, and that neith
It Has ho
who secures a pair of the new
Oxfords now on display at
RpCTaI nttnrlpr.S.i?l mv vnll Inn umn rnrnrt fit rnA Knmfnrt
order shoes. And in Women's Regals
quality of materials and workmanship.
arc confident that every woman
these dainty Women s Regal Oxfords at our store
will secure perfect satisfaction,
to us at the end of the season
pair of Regals.
R?gal Shoe Store
er he nor Jlr. Kull.iwny had any In-i
trillions of doing anything detrimental.
The Jnpmuse Merchants' Association
notllled the conimlttee tliat It would
Hiipply ten single drays for the work
of clojulng up tomorrow. Individual'
Jupuiico anil Chinese have also stilled
that they would supply drays. Thero
are now seventy-six dray nvallahtc for
tho work, mid besides thin tho entlro
city force and many private convey
ances will he In use.
Smart Set describes a remarkable
uiabogauy tea tray, called tho "On-
terly." As tho maid brines It In you
wonilcr what tsho Is going to put It
on, its alio pomes ncurcr and. nearer,
until, when shu la at," your sldo
prusto! legs spring down from' un
derneath niid tho ' tray becomes n
table. It Is the Ideal arrangement
when ouo'h space, la scant, and then,
too. It Is equally prnctlcnlfor a tray,
for there, la not tliu slightest Hiiggo's-'
tlon of legs when ("hey nrp folded
uiiiler. Ils.piiro wl,ll,jrc,vnnt Its ever
becoming wry common.
If toino men were .half us big us
they Imagine they are, giants would
ceaso to bo classed us circus nttrnc-tious.
You'll Never Know
what really good earthed milk is
until you have tried
evaporated and . sterilized; without
BY ALL GROCERS.
you get the very
who obtains a pair of
and come back
The local Chinese consulate lias n'
(Clvcd two Imperial edicts, direct from
Peking, one to the effect that thero
will he an assembling of Chinese In
a uutlonal convention for the purpose
of arriving nt a settlement of tlio pre'
tent troubles.' Tho principal fcatun'
will be n program for carrying out of
the reform policy under tlio now ad
The second edict Is Issued at I lie
Instauco of Premier Yuan Khlh-Kiil,
and presents the list of names of cab
fnet ministers and vice -ministers that
have been appointed under tlio now
Tho girl who wauls to be up to
date, and can't nlford to hfivo some
one clso make them for her, will net
about limiting for her rooms some of
tho litco embroidery caudlu shades
thul arc sn dainty nnd delicate.
'to' svhr ''
Ye Old English
.tinners to Ciirrcponilohl!'.
All communication:! should ho ad
dressed lo "Yo Scribe, II til It; tin
Inquirer llnvo not seen llnilrlguen
for tlio last couple of months. Per
haps you can learn his address at the
pollen station. Patriot Verses were
so weak they only Just managed lo
reacli the V. P. II., and had to be
assisted over tho edge. K. T. No, It
Is not u fact that Percy Hunter, the
Australian promotion man, always
trawls steerage; this time ho camo
first class. Knlhcr Stories about
what baby says cannot be printed
In this paper under any considera
tion. .1. H. Drawing urrlcil; at
least will take your word that It Is
a drawing. Please tell us what It
Is meruit to lie. The nearest wo can
get to It Is a picture of I.InU Me
(landless trying lo carry oIT Wulaholo
water' In a paper bag. Cook To
make hot dikes, put In oven until
light temperature, nnd then servo
when convenient. Hover To kill
mosquitoes, tako two pieces of pol
ished nhla wooil and shape tliem like
surfboards: tako the llrst pleco In
your band (it Is Immaterial which),
lay ii tnnsqultn on It, trying to get
tlio InsccViiB near tlic center us pos
sible; then gently lift tho other piece
aniPplnce It on lop of the llrst one
until they meet nil around iho edges;
press hard, until Insert Is killed.
Yo Mint Who Klinno.
This Is essentially an ago of knowl
edge So much Is moving that there
l no room for yo man who can only
guess nt things. Ye person that holds
yn lid securely on Job now Is ye
persons who knows facts. Honolulu
Is especially blessed with numbers of
surh persons among ye populace, and
thin is especially useful nt yo pres-
cut lime, when ye great war against
)i mosquito Is being waged.
Yo Hcrlbe, with a thirst alter yo
knowledgn that is much greater than
that he accumulates at yo hack of his
throat artor a long and hot walk,
turned to ye dictionary when llrst yo
question arose as to what Is a mos
quito. Ilcforo that time ho was In- yo
great class of Know N'ots, but now
lie ran safely say that ho belongs to
ye more numerous doss of Knows.
If ye until on yo street should ask
hyin what a mosquito Is, he would
lum with a supercilious air nnd In
a condescending tone tell bym that h
mosquito Is a ciillcld dipterous Insect
liiivlnc ( In the female) a long pro
boscls. consisting of six distinct
Pieces, united at tho base and pro.
tected by, ,tho heath-like labium,
man and "'otherTcnlninls and sucking
blood. Whereat yo man on yo street
would tell yo other members of ye
populace what n learned man yo
Thero nro many members of y
populace In Honolulu who havn swal
lowed a dictionary wholo and who
uro even moro learned than yo scribe
and classed as tlilrty-second degree
Knows. Thero uro others who have
swallowed nothing but nlr, and who
keep on swullowlng It until they can
The purchase of an E. M. F. will save you $500.
This is made possible owing to the wonderful
organization of the Studebaker Corporation, makers of
the E. M. F. car, the enormous production of their
factories, the automatic machinery and perfect system.
The E. M. F. is sold for fully $500 less than any
other car of equal value.
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Ask any man who owns an E. M.F. how reliable,
efficient and satisfactory it is.
Come and see the new foredoor type for yourself.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant Street, cor Bishop
On Mosquitoes Et Al
stand yo drain no moro nnd have to
corner lomo poor unsuspecting re
porter nnd pour Into hys ear their
talo of woe.
Oenernlly It Is this" way; "My rinmo
it Know not, and 1 once had a great
aunt who read a book In which '(ho
hero was stung by a mosquito Just
as he was about to propose to tho
heroine. He madn one wild grab at
the insect, and, slipping on tliu brink
of tliu precipice, fell over, Now, In
view of these facts, I feel that I am
a competent person to toll yo doctors,
who have made a study of yo thing
all their Ihcs, all about yo Binall,
pestiferous Insects, In yc llrst place,
there are no )ellow fever mosquitoes
In Honolulu, for whoever heard of a
yellow ono? I have killed jllcnty, nnd
nnno of them has over been yellow.
Therefore, following on this, It stands
to reason that tho doctors nro nil
wrong nnd that I am tho only ono
Ye cub reporter Is greatly taken
with yo talk of yo great man, nnd
goes back and writes a story In which
ho tells yo populuco that Suro Know
not, yo well-known Honolulu citizen,
bcllcwtn that there Is no such thlhg
as a mosquito, and that any ono win)
believes otherwise Is pupate nnd
should bo put III yo bug house.
Furthermore, that yo doctors do not
know their business as well as hys
greataunt did, and that If lliey only
left tho light In hys chnrgn all would
bo well and money would be saved.
Ye most, curious thing about yo
whole situation Is that when ye Mr.
Sure Knownot Is sick he drinks yn
doctor's inedlclno and does not tell
hym that ho does not know anything
about hys business.
A Coulmrtcd Story.
Ye scribe noticed yn other day that
hys good friend II. M. Ay res. from
whoso pen and under whoso direction
conies yc "Cocoauut Tree column In
ono or yo local papers, roininiuneii
about ye personage who would Insist
on liking the contraction for Christ
mas nnd writing It Xmns. This re
minds hym of a good Btory hys Aus
trnll.tu friend unco told hym. It must
bo understood, however, that yo re
porters on yo newspaper In yo land
of yo kangaroo wrlto all their dopo
by hand nnd contract a great deal.
One of yo reporters on a Sydney
paper wrote such a bad hand that ho
had perforce to get u typewriter, but
bo still retained his contracting habit,
and that Is how yo story nrosn. Ho
had occasion to wrlto yn word ex
tremity, nud, as wait hys usual habit,
contracted Jt Jo XTV, Ye copy went
1Mlohg'"to yiTprjnW, nnd ho 'did not
get wise to It. Ho set It up a inner
cut war. nnd when yo paper, camo
oi-i) i:no scitini:...OAii two
out yo reporter was surprised lo see,
Instead of extremity, tho nhmso "for
Christ and humanity."
Yo printer uflerwnrds explained yo
nilntake. "X." ho said, "always stands
for Christ, and 1 took TY for hu
Yc Scribe's Short Slory.
In i espouse to many requests, yc
PASSENGER TOURINd CAR
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scrlbo will wrlto a short Btory every
week. This Is yo llrst:
Yo night was fierce. Yo lierolno
wept copious tears and yo wind
howled through je treetops. Under
neath yo window yo hero llxed n lad
der against )o wall and started to
Yo thunder rolled and yc lightning
flashed. Ho upprnaehed yo window.
It opened and a head was thrust out.
"Darling," ho exclaimed, throwing his
arms around It. "I um hero. Come,
fly with mo!"
A sudden Hash or lightning lit up
yo scene, nnd ho found he was em
bracing yo Japanese servant. Yo
hcrolno from her window Batt what
was enacted below her, and throwing
herself on ye bed wept nt yo pcrlldy
of her lover.
Ye sun was scorching yo hero's legs
through hys pants, llu looked In vain
for a cool spot, but could not llnd
one. At last, In )o distance ho espied
n banana tree. Digging hys spurs
Imp yo Hanks of hys tired steed, ho
cantered towards It.
As ho reached It and was about to
pull therefrom a hand of yc luscious
fruit, a khaki-clad llgure stepped out
from behind ye trunk nnd said, "Stand
back, jouug man; I am mi ugciit of
yo board of health." For yo next few
moments nothing was heard but ye
thud of yu nx as It sunk Into yo Soft
Then, ns he woke from hys faint,
yo hero looked up and saw standing
over hym yo khnkl-clad llguro. The
next mlniito yo llguro raised a hand
and off camo yo wig and beard, and
beneath was exposed yc face of yo
heroine. "I la ha, falso wretch," she
cried, "revenge Is mine!"
A haggnrd looking figure staggered
Into yo court. Hys tongue was slick
ing out of hys- mouth, ami all tho
Judge could hear was yo word "In
Juctlon." Yo heroine stood In front of yo
chief or o sanitation campaign.
"What Is It t hat you want?" sho
"You arc hereby presented with yo
order of ye can,' 'lie unswered. "In
junctions aro nut agnlust us cutting
any moro banana trees, and therefore
thero Is not work for )oii lo do.
With, bow'ed head she stopped out
side. Facing her was yo hero.
"Marry mil!" ho cried.
"Never!" sho answered.
"You must," ho said; "you have lost
jour Job, and 1 hold yo Injunction."
"Do you mean It? sho cooed.
"I do by my great banana treo I
do!" ho answered In tinxlqus tones,
"Then 1 will bo yipns," sho sighed,
laying her head on his manly shoul
Yo scrlbo ttoko up with n start re
cently to yo fact that In a fnw moro
weeks yulctlde would bo hero once
more. This started hym thinking of
all thoso old yiilctldes that havn gone
berorn and of all tho good times that
ho luis had at them.
Away back ho can remember yo
tlmo when ho was yo small youth
and wheu ho was greatly nfrald that
If Santa Clans saw liym ho would not
leavo anything In yo stocking.
rnrdlngly. when lio hoard somo nnotho cost of malntennnco was Jl!,22;l
, .' 'v, .. rn
firvnrvvvKr"ri tr&mrtormnrr - rfA
In yo room, Instead of acting llkojj
modern precocious child and swltcj
ing on yo light nnd saying "Ilowd;
Pap," ho would burrow Into yo be
clothes nnd wait until yo person ha
goiio out of yo room. Then he wout
crawl down to ye bottom of yo bo
and find out what had been' left hyn
Then later, when ho found out tht
Santa was only another name for h)
good Father and Mother, ho woul
still hang hys stocking on ye bedpol
and keep up )o Innocent deceit. Tb6
tin would sneak Into hys parents' rooj
and nlfo keep them on je qulvlvo;
ye Chliieso say, trying to keep out
lijs way to glvo hym an opportunity
When ho grew up somo morn arj
had what Is known as ")C glrl,"vD
found that yo gamo was not worth
orange, for yo Mediiertnncan iruj
lly wns around. When ho hud bco
saving up for many long nnd went
months to be able to buy souiethlij
mound about a dollar nnd a half K
pifKeiitalloii to yo same girl, nnd Jul
an )e time npproached found out tlij
hys rival had presented her wltlil
ring that had a ticket left on 3
marked J2X0, ho was even Incline
to throw hymself Into yo cold watel
of yo duck pond. '
After he had married and hn
Iwcnty-ono children to look after, h
found that It Just took bym all hj
time to make enough money ditrln
o year to buy presents for eaclij
them. Ilo does not mind this, lioV
ever, for somo of them will bo mu.1
rled soon, and then he will bo fib)
to sit back and live on what they son
,lti a few weeks every ono will It
holding out their hands and thlnklo
what a good time they arn goliiRp.l
have. All )o servants will bo.-worl
Ing hard, or at least Hppuarlue'to'e
so, and when yo morning lomesjy
length, and suddenly a llgurc appeal
at yo front door who murmurs tin
It Is a merry Christmas and that si
Is yo washer lady, then nil good 'clj
tens Know tuai il is v,uriaium
Verily It Is!
KQNA SCHOOLS ARE IN
School Inspector T II C.lbson. V
ctcrday returned from Ills Irlp.jj
Komi, reported that the nttendajfl
throughout was good. There wuf
average of 3I.H pupils to each teacj
cr. The teaching department Is bctj
off than anywhere else In tho Islnruj
tho Miiools having moro room, nndfj
tho pupil who made thtir nppllcatlpj
wero admitted. The only thing troi
blliig tliem nt all win. an outbreaks
deligiin fever, j
The growth of Um clsar nnd coff
hurlucsH Is very rapid, ho states, aj
Is giving employment to many pcop
who before hiol to' go to other dlstrlq
to gel It. Tho coffee growing Is near
alt In tho hands of the Japanese.
The report of the Department of R
iicntlou for tho present tlmo shows til
them has been an Inereaso of 2121 p
pits In tlio schools for this year,
compared with December of last yei
Thn total enrollment bus now reach'
At the. prcent time tlier nro 1
schools In the Territory, with S
teachers, principals and supervlsoi
- nnd nrcordlinc to tho October rcpo
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