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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1911.
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Gear y Street, above Union Square
Kutopcan Plan $1.50 n day up
American Plan $3.00 n day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvcry comfort and convenience.
A high cla59 hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car tines trans
ferring to all pnrU of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawcts" ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
The COLONIAL appeals
lo persons who know ho
tels. In respect to appoint,
cnents, cuiiino and service
this plnco is unequalod.
The terms are considerato
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
wnciti; Tin. in: aim: hawnas
AND NH MiNl 1TOI.S IN Till-:
in:tiitoiiMs Tin: iitiiix! is
(in)i Tin: mkvi.s aim: ia-
ci;i.i,i:.nt Tin: uvti.m ahij
Rooms and Dosrd
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
There Is but ono abso
lutely seratchlcss caster
These castors and tip,
becauso of their Teltoid
construction, do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
Fcr cale by
J. HOPP & CO
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street., oppoilts Young Hotel
p; o. iios 8io ' ruono"3oa'
May's Old Kona Coffee
Bst in th..Msrkt
HENRY MAY 4 CO,
WAS AWAROED HIGHEST HONORS
At tho recent California Stuto 1'ulr
held nt Sacramento: '
A COLD AWARD
A DLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE" K
The Bast Milk You Can Us
AT, ALL DEALER8
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan ltiMim with Hath and
Hoard fiom $1.00 rt n.iy
European Plan ltoom with Hath from
J2.00 a Day
Special Monthly flAtot
A high-clam rumlly and Tourist Hotel,
llulf block from Columbia, Theater,
nml tin tho edge of tho lletntl Shop
ping District. Kvcry room Willi Pri
vate Hath. Positively Fireproof.
YV. E. Zander, Manager
Kcscrvatlnni inado through
RAVEN & JACOOSON
174 Kino Slreel Honolulu
CALL AND INSPECT THE
113 HOTEL STREET
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Bniineii
Agents for such well-known cars
m Packard. Pope-Hartford, Btevons
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Uulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For tho BEST RENT CAR8 In th
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404S l.ANOAULET, No. 580
" C. W. BEHN
ALL WE ASIC IS A TRIAU
HONOLULU VULCANIZING: WORKS
Pbon 1823 Kapiolant Building
Uo PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and savo Generator
Acetylene Ljght nd
Agency Co., Ltd.
36 FINE LARGE CALIFORNIA
MULES EX LURLINE
rhe BICYCLE DEALER and
I'AJltJSK, bai moved to j
18Q IIKO IT1IKI
New location Hed front, neat
Young Building, Telephone 2518! by
OF INTEREST TO
1-ong gloves are xo much moro dig
nified nnd desirable for the. brldnl
tollqtto than those of shorter length
that tho alcoves are ntmoat Invariably
Hindu tho length' which will allow for
the wearing of the twenty-button
length. The plainer the gloo tho bet
ter: extra heavy stitching la not con-
aldorcd good form.
The tlilul linger of tho left-hand,
glove ahoutd le ripped down ono aide,
so that It can bo slipped oft tho linger
easily nt (he tlmo the wedding ring U
placed on the brldu'a linger.
There In unite a vogue now for em
broidering Initials on inen'a shlrta and
i.iJ.imaK. The monogram In usually on
the Heevc Jut ubove the cuff, although
on the puJ.imiiR II Komctlmca dccor.itca
the coat pocket.
Aniitlier ue for the lllct, Cluny nnd
Vcnlao laced that comp In po many
beautiful pattern' nnd In xo many
widths It fur the lingerie plllowa that
aro now found on ecry couch.
Paint must not bo scrubbed with
wind aoap, nr It will be worn off.
YYlpo off with n cloth dipped In thick
mills uf while map, and rlnso with u
clean cloth wrung from hot water.
Always keep alum In tho house. It
checks bleeding wounds, nnd for
bleeding of tho mouth or tongue u
wash In cold water In which iilum lias
been dlsaolvcd is very effective.
Coarse sandpaper should be kept in
tho kitchen nnd used for scrubbing
kettles that mo burned und for re
mining anything that has stuck to tho
pan In tho process of cooking.
Never put the. dialing dish or any
of Hh parts In water, but clean tho
pans by partly tilling them with water
and scrubbing, and the outer parts by
rubbing with chamois.
lllrd gravel Is one of tho bct things
tn lire for cleaning bottles, cruets and
carafes. Its hard, uneven rdges seem
to make an Impression when other
A flannel dipped In splilts of urn
ntiinlii is very good for removing Iho
white spots on the dining room and
kitchen tables caused by wet dishes.
Not every ono knows Hint 'an shoes
ran ho dyed black. The cost Is small
and the result Is that tho shoes will
servo through the winter.
If a sweater needs washing, try dry
ing it on it coat banger. It will not
ho so llablo to stretch nnd will keep
its shape much better.
A combination of onion juice and
rum is a homely tonic for falling hair.
l,ot two largo onions remain overnight
In a piut of the spirit.
If n piece of woolen material Is
scorched, rub the spot with soft bread.
When tho scorch disappears, follow
w 1th i soft brush.
If fish arc fried on the pancake
grlddlo they will not stick and can
be taken up without, danger of them
falling to pieces.
.When ton busy to bandage, n small
cut on the end of n linger, put a hit
of clean linen upon it und then put
on u thimble.
Finger marks nnl studis on puree
lain, wood und wtiidnvv panes can be
easily rcniovod with coal oil on u
llluli ftfitliM Hlmllhl lin hnllpil fvptV
dayyin water to which has been ndded
washing B()d:i or a teuspooiuul or Ker
To drive iiVny(rcd aiitB, place, sprigs
of parsley whorovor tho ants aro no
ticed. It should bo renewed tvvlco u
Vimllhi extract should ,bo kept In u
vory daik plane, as It 'Is apt to Insn
its sticiitijth when exposed to tho light.
To keep tjie tlibesr of milcaronl from
slicking together, tho waterniiist ho
kept, at it galloping boll, as with rice.
For washing coarse, clothes, soft
soap Is 'iho best anil has the advantage
of uolug further than yellow soap.
To bako potatoes quickly,1 placo
them closo together In tlin oven and
cover with an Inverted p(o plate,
CoimneHl dougli,"( mixed with borax,
scattered about 'In ' kitchen Corners,
will cause Insects (y disappear.
Cheoho wrapped In waxed pa'por and
put lu tho 'refrigerator will Keep for a
wick, und )ook iib If freshly cut.
Left-over cerenlK'nceii (lot; bo want
ed, Thty aio excellent filed llku mush
unci oaten with pyrup or honey.
Qvcrsaltlng. of food Is very often
cnniiiurnctcd. by 'using a leaspoonful
of vinegar and one ot sugar.
Tn piovent wqoden pulls or tubs
from slit Inking when not lu tue, paint
them over with glycerine.
In cutting garmnuts It Is sometimes
better to fasten tho pattern lu place
weights Instead uf pins.
li Skin ufBeputy.is a Joy Forever
D. T. FEIX flWJRADD'S WIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
ttrtnATtt Tmn, l-lmple',
IrttklM, IMh IVcli.,,
Kh, nii Ml lU'W
uq ..try Qi.nim
mi Mmtf. iiKl tit
St. dflcuVin, If
hat .bod U tr,(
ol Sfl TMri, u4
la dc li.rntlr,.
Lit. It lftt. Intel,
l t,rot.rlf mini.
I, It of .hnllM
o. Dr. L. A
PAjrr tftld lo
UAt of IN ku
ton k fMVnll l
'A fr.il lull.l
will ip, tb,m,
t2mtirmmm ...,, t lilt ltt htfttiflll of All th
Horr.ffvtiilor.." I ..t ula ly drwlu .! tuief
Oood. Dmtn In lt Utlteii stM,,Cn,d tnd Euiopt.
ffl0.f.iwiUK, fm, 37 Greal Join llrtd. XwTnik
A tcnspoonful of glycerine given In
n wineglass of hot milk will rellovo u
severe paroxjun of roughing.
To clean while paint, dip n cloth tn
hot water, then In brnn, mid rub It.
Itlnse with cold water.
When cleaning house, uso plenty of
turpentine In tho scrub water. It Is
certain death to moths.
In limn water localities, kruii Mil
oyster shell in nur teakettlo lo re-
colvo Iho llnio deposits.
..Olive, oil, sllglilly wanned, Is ex
cellent ns il means of softening the
skin nround (he nails.
Sponging with hot vinegar will re
move mi objectionable shine from
When sand cannot ho had, bath
brick ran be used to scrub wooden
articles, tables, etc.
To keep chrcsa moist and fresh und
free from mold, wrap In cloth wet
with good vinegar.
Fat will not Inn n If n crust of
bread nV piece of raw potato Is placed
In tho kettle with It.
W'ltltlilg 'mixed to a cream with
tepid water Is excellent for dirty
Kxcciit In rxtraoidlnnry cases, every
sick room, should have home sunlight
Conk books should bn covered with
waxed paper to keep them In good
Hour spilnkleil generously over
suet will make the chopping process
Keep tacks In bottles. It saves
opening man) boxes to find a put titu
Toast water Is n soothing and heal
ing drink for sufferers from bion-
To banish-the odor' of 'paint, place
a, pan full of cold water In tho room.
If a knlfn Is slightly heated it will
cut hi cad and cake much more easily.
Cilsp celery should1 be served with
cold meat. It Is a. nerve Ionic.
Need Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and ThiS Article Tells Why.
Every Parent of a Grow
ing Girl Should
Them must lm no guesswork alvont
tho.trt'Atmcnl of pale, .'iiia-mio girl. If
your daughter has a pale, yellow
greeiiMi I'oinpjexlon, issjioitof luvatli
iiMHvlally on going iiirtairH, has jkiI.
liiiatinu of tho heart, a topuleiiry to
laiiit and u H'rvcitinl apjH'litv, sucfi aii
a Craving. for clittlk, the lias chlorosis,
a tUiiigciniiM forpi o( nnuiula or lack of
blond. .Mlftakes or delay In tlm tirat
luent may result in suili cerium Im
pairment of her health that she will ho
weak ami hickly during tho a't of licr
In this disease thero is a los of ilch
nesi in tlm bloul and ajieiitlniliisliility
of thesjstcm tn innko good this Ion
vvitlmut careful tieatment. Thiiillwawi
occurs in poorly nourished, over-worked
girli nml in tlioMV who oiu under a ner
vous strain. A tendency lo it may uUu
be Inherited from the mother.
Tho treatment must give, to the blood
the dementi which It larks. Tim moot
satisfactory way to ilo this Is to use, Dr.
Williams' I'ink Pills for 1'alo 1'eople.
A thorough, iH-rsitent uo of tho pills
will restore tho blood toltsnormul ncli
iicm4 and health.
Tho follow liijfstatcment of Mrs. A. L.
I.uckie, of No., VI" Ailam sheet, 8t.
Charier, JIo,, desenes tho careful at
tention of every motlior:
,"I llistjKgau to taku I)r. Williams'
rink 1111m when I was fourteen years
old, rvavs.o palrf tliat X lookeil as
moiign i nan no .moon, i juiiL irai
veaK oudfiik for a numlier.oi yeiyn,
had but little sirengtli and wn.1 vi,'ry
iiervoui. I viunfiibject to pick heaif-
aehcH and ,ll7xv him.Um. lv t.liv.l u.j
hiriling to waloraniiiny mother thought
I was going Ijitij coiixniiiplioii.
''I rviviveil no help from any of the
miMliriues that I tiieil until I took Dr.
Williams' l'ink 1'ilW for I'alo IVople.
right away and my hecks Iks ame losy,
whiili tlwy never uvl been liei'ori'. I
iiMiuioivu nun in piqs mini i was
tomnletcly lured, rjiucii then ( have
iwif tlio pills after tho birtli of my
child and found that they Imilt mo
ur. vviinams- nun nils aro sold by
all UruglMts, or will Ika sent, piwtialif,
on nieipt of price, Ad cents per box;
. --''-- - ""' " "'in I'll JU, .
six Ihixch for W.fiO, by tlm )r WIIIIului
sis iiowh inr ji.viii, nyniK ur vvllli
Moilicinu Co, Schenectady, N. Y.
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ARMY AND NAVY
BY C. S. ALBERT. '
(Special tiu.llct.li! CoireatxMidcnic.) ,
WASMNUTON, I). C, N'oveuiber 2.
Although the American soldier may
commit nil offense utfd bo sent to n
guardhouse or iul)l(r.ry pilaon, that
toes not menu that tho army cannot
still put him on his honor nnd let
him work without, the presence of u
sentry to keep u watchful cyo upon
his every move to prevent any nt
tcinped csenpo. i
Garrison prisoners serving sen
tences of confinement may now bo
worked without a guard. Important
changes permitting this practice were
made, during tho year In, the rcgnla-,
tlons nnd the guard duty manual, ac
cording to tlrlgndlcr-dcncral K. 1 1. 1
Crowdcr, Judgc-AdvocntQ-Ucncrul 'of
tljo, nriuy. ' I
Restoration to duty for good con-1
duct uffcr BcVylng pavt. of a sentence
Is also provided for, n's' well as tho
establishing of a probation system
whereby an offender inny bo released
after completing one-half of a sen
tence of leu days or more.
Tho Mann bill for tho npeiatlon uf
tho l'niiama Canal und tho govern
ment of the Canal Zona will bo urged
for passage In Congress this session
by tho Administration. This hill has
been found satisfactory to tho War
Department, and, with tho approval
of theno ofllclnls, tho entire strength
of tho Administration will ho exerted
In favor1 of tho measure. Tho bill was
pnrtlciilaity pleasing to the War lie
purlniciit becauso it provides for u
onc-maii government of the 70110 and
emphasizes the military aspect of tho
Representative Maun proposes that
Iho President shall luivc full power
to prescribe rales for the use of tho
canal and lo appoint ono man to bo
In sole cluirgo of the operations of
tho canal and the government of tho
zone. Preparations nlready tiro ticlng
made to secure suppott In Congress
for tlm Mann measure.
About seven hundred soldiers, coni
poslng tho four troops of tho First
Squadron, Fifteenth Cavalry, und tho
three batteries ot Iho Second limitat
ion, Third Field Ailllicry, stationed
at Kurt Jlver, executed the Krcnch
double cavalry drill and other evolu
tions recently. Secretary of War
Htlmson und Miijor-Gciieiul Wood',
Chief of Stall of the iirmy, looked on
to form an opinion as to tho advis
ability of Introducing the Krcnch drill
Into tho tactics ot tho Amcilcan
Tho tcvlcw of tho troops began n(
It o'clock in tho morning. About
o'clock tho buldleis wcin dismissed
fioin the Held, after tin oo hours' ardu
Hpedacuhir charges weiu made by
tho hoopers. Tho artillerists showed
npeeit In moving guns, iiiillmherlug
and get ling ready to lire. Tho bat
teries, each gun nnd caisson drawn
by eight horses, diovo at wild speed
along u uariow path, dislodging two
of the ten stakes set live feet apart
that marked tho borders.
At the closo of tho rcvlow eight
troopers gave an exhibition drill with
cavalry sabora. Srcrctary Stlnibon
nnd (iciiorul Wood afterwuid Inspect
ed tho post.
Ilcni.irkalile Aeroplane (inn.
Iteceut publications hinting at tlm
development uf n remarkable aero
plane gun havo brought out tlio fact
(hat a stiong rivalry exists between
the army and the navy ordnance bu
reaus in deslglng anil constructing
guns calculated to solve problems in
troduced. In land nnd sea warfare by
(he adoption of the aeroplane on land
ami t,u hydro-aeroplane on tho sea as
machines of offense,
U appears that the two huieaus aro
proceeding un precisely opposite Hues.
The army Is trying to develop a gun
that can bo trained with llghtnlng
llko rapidity upon (ho swiftly moving
aeroplane, with tho puiposo of bring
ing It lo earth, and tho navy Is striv
ing to equip Its hydro-aeroplanes with
guns which will shower destructive
missiles upon fortitlcatlons or bodies
of troops below,
I tot 11 blanches of the servlco aio
conducting their expel Iments with
great secrecy, but it uppears that tho
navy, at least, will soon bo obliged
to lost lis gun in tho open, though
even then elfoits will lie madu to pie
vent unauthorized poisons fiom tip
proachlug tlio weapon near enough
to observe its peculiarities.
The nuvy gun Is tho Invention of
Comiuaiiiler Clcland Davis, who also
Invented the cannon torpedo, which
has recently been tiled with surpris
ingly successful lesults, 'it Is under
stood that It was the 'success of the
remarkably light vanadium steel
eight-Inch gun In tho toipedo which
convinced Commander Davis (lint ho
could build u bcrvicrnblo gun llgjit
onougli lb bo ran led hyiiin ueroplann
und to dhichargn a slylpch canister
Hliell winch would, almost annihilate
u company of men in trenches below.
Ingenious devices have been adopted
to take up tho rocnll of the weapon
wltjiqut Injury lo tho hych-n-noioplun",
which could cany at least a half
dozen loiiiuls ol ammunition.
Tho tinny weapon, designed for hit
ling mi iioioptane, Is of much simpler
coustiuctlun, tho dcpartuio from or
dinary practlco consisting lu u poeu
llar carriage,. capable of diicctiug the
J gun at any point between tho UutUon
turn tlio zeiutli without liijuilous re
cull; lu the iii'iiiiigements lur Install-
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADICS', CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' WEAR
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAGNIN'S. '
You can always find at olir Establishment Children's Wear
suitable for the "Island climate," tucli as Wlilto Drosses, Colored
Dresses, Boys Suits, Rompers, etc.
Wo herewith give you a few special features!
Pink or bluo check Gingham Ro-npers, DuUli neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 year .' .50
Pink or blue strip. Seersucker Rompers, Dutch neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 years 85
Striped Prcale Boys' Suits, 2 to 6 years , 1.25
Nainsook Dress, Mother Hubbard stylo, hemstitched trimmod, 6
months to 1 year 50
Nainsook Dress, waist style, embroidery trimmod, 2 to 4 years.,.. 1.21
Same, 5 to 6 years , 1,50
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J. A. OILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(i:i.m:i,i. automatic si'Uinki.lii)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANQARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN $ .MUNICH FIRE.IWS. CO."
fut stiii:i;t, nkau iii;iiciiant.
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Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912 ,
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 5G J-1500
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AMERICAN TOURIST Type 34 2250
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 12S0
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