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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1911.
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Oeary Street, rtbovc Union Equate
Huropi nn Plan $l'60 a' day up
American Plan $3.00 n day up
New steel and brlclt 'structure,
livery comfort and convenience.
A high clans 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 meet:! all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart rccogniied
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "'Trawcts"AnC code.
J.1I. Love, Honolulu representative.
The COLONIAL appeals
to persons who know ho
teli. In respect to appoint
ments, cuisine and service
this placo is unequaled.
The terms are considerate
Emmb, Above Vineyard
uiu.itr Tin ui: jm: iiananvs
AM) .Mi MqUl ITiilW in 'I'm:
lli:i)Ul"l.l!-' 'I III. JlATIIINti- IH
lit.nl 'lilt MI.M.H Mil. -
1. 1. t.i st run jtTi:s Am:
Rooms and Board
FINE B A 'THING
W. C. Bcrgin. Prop.
There is but one abso
lutely scr.atehl.ess, caster
and tip ,
These enslers and tip,
because of their Fcllold
construstion, do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
For sale by
j7hopp & co.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
I O lloi 8(0 Pliono 309)
May's Old Konn Coffee
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY 4L CO.
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At Hie nn lit ('.illfunilu .Statu l'alr
In M (it Kuciumchto:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
The Best Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DCALER8
Prompt ReliefPermanent Cve
LIVER PILLS ne
fill. Purely ve jrt
ble l urtly
but centljr 6a
Sution improve tke completion brighiea
le eyet. SniU Fill, Small Dolt, Satllf tkt
Genuine ma.tu.i Signature
CALL AND INSPECT THE
113 HOTEL STREET
von Hamm- Young
Diuneen tnd leaden in
the Automobile), Satinets
Agents for su'qh veluyswil eri
ts Packard,, I'ops-HartfqfaiPtivBDK
Duryea,' CnrJHUc,, Thomas ", Flyer,
Dulrlfi Qysrlund, I3nlnc ,Electr,li,ind
others. , , i
rtl I !
CCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CAR8 in the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404 I.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN i
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co,, Ltd.
30 FINE LARGE CALIFORNIA
MULES EX LURLINE
The BICYCLE DEALER and XK
PAIRER, hat moved to
1 8 0 K I N 0 11RI1I
New location Red front, net
Young Building. Telephone 2818.
OF INTEREST TO
There nro some things not of com
mon knowledge) by far that the em
broiderer In nllk will be very Kind In
lentil One of these Is the use of nn
nlnuilmitn thlinhlo In place of the sil
ver or gold one of wlilVi joii might be
the proml possessor. The Btecl or
be sliver or gold thimbles are work-
id Into shape, nnd this cnuses the
sin to catch on them to the nnnny
tnce of the crocheter. Now tlie ev
erywhere airparent nnd little used
ulnmlnuni thimble Is pressed Into
shape and therefore has nu metal pro
jections, wlrlch thongh lliilnlteslmal
(ire still largo enough to haggle nnd
linrnss the silk. For the same reason
use n larger needle. The silk will
pass through the cloth easier.
Embroidery Is apt to become drawn
nttd puckered In working. It can be
perfectly straightened In the foWow-'1
Wring a thick clean cloth out ,.of
olear cold water and tack It flrfnly (o
board. Stretch (ho enihrolderv ttork
over this nnd pin the edges evcTilyf
to tne wet ciotn, being sure it '1st
stretched perfectly straight. Leave
It on overnight, or until It Is dry. If
It Is then not quite smooth, repent tho
process. , a
Another good way Is to lay thick
flannel on n board and lay the em
broidery, face down, on It. Dampen
nnd press with a moderately hot iron.
uu sure iu press wnu me grain or
'he material. '
A,.large-tubo or roll of art cardboard
or heavy paper, covered with linen
mid embroidered or, rather, covered
with linen that has been emhroldeiod
will keep centerpieces nnd like" em
hrolderles from showing tho wrinkles
of careless use. Dookcloth Hues thlti
ubc, and the whole Is fastened nnd
bound with inch wide satin ribbon,
which ends In strings wherewith to
fasten the tube after rolling. Place a
licet of blue tissue paper between
each two pieces after laying them
within; this will keep their color from
turning yellow lr they are laid nwny
lor any,, considerable length of time.
A child five yenrs old can bo mani
cured If the work in carefully done.
TJie, nulls nt tills ugp are often very
aufl nnd thin, therefore the cuticle
must be. well soaked ,nnd loosened
Bl'njly, Any benvy pressure at tho
base of the nails wuuld bo apt to
cnuse jiermanent ridges ou the nails,
'f tho cuticle. Is .vefjr long It can ho
out, but not very clqse nnd neVcr" al
the corner. Aft,cr the first ouHUiitl
loosen It very gently eyery othr flay
and Jt.wlll opn i;ld U trcutmejit jtlM
rot require,, cuUIpg.
i .. Kreuchwoniqii are enthusiastic ovc
.',.. . ',.ij"., ,i.
(iu iau u using tfiji irimmiiigs on
the(r, outdoor, costumes, lint tho kid
must bo embroidered. Soft white or
very ligbt-coloicd kid Is .used,, nnd. U.
iittjuiuucu inio nens, collars, cuntj ami
i ever bands.
Any shape that suits tho fuhcy Is
used, but nil must correspond. The
work Is done In silk nnd riietul
threads, nnd tho raw edge of the kid
Ih finished on with n cord or heavy
lliienil of dull gold or silver.
It Is well to remember when pop
ping corn to put the tegular quantity
into the. popper and hold It under it
stream of cold water long enough to
stream or cold water long enough to
saturate the kernels horoughly pM
llm jinfiper whllo doing It. and afthr-
wurd' place (t on tlie back o the rittifc
io dry': 'flien bold It over a hot lire
shaking' tho popper all tbo"ilmej "'Tfio"
kernels v, 111 he, large nnd
Some of tho new scarf nnd niitftscts
for the llrst coh weather are) made
of taffeta, the soft, supple kind, edged
with fur snys an exchange. .Jfjujljfom, Xurlvclty,
rnuiiKeiiuie ur snui laneia is mo inosiiui i
used for such purposes', as well as
for hats. Somo of the most delectable
.Ittle silk hats are veritable poke bon
nets with a peak nt back and front,
Tho favorite hour for n formal din
ner Is cither hulf past seven or eight
o'clock. Less formnl dinners nro
usually served at seven o'clock, Tho
question of tho hour should depend
upon tho customs of tho town in which
ono lives, upon the convenience, of
no guests or possiniy nxin trie nours
of tho trnlns, if ono lives out of town
A waist of green and blue chiffon
had ono entire side of tho plain mate;.
-Inl whllo the other side nnd, Bfeevc,
was of tho same changeable shade,
hut covered with big dots and finish
ed with n black border.' Tho effect
White down a list of things you In
tend to do In spin e tlnio nud da iot
let a week slip away, nor a day. If ou
can help It, without doing one of thorn
Knrh month will bring new Intqrosts
which will bo worth trjlug to take-
When a white waist Is
soak two cloths In pcroxldo and place,
one chilli ou top of tho burned spot
and one beneath It, In about twenty
minutes thure will he no truce, of (he
Pieces of rubber sponge In a mop
haiullo will bo found excellent for
taking nfV dust, lint, etc., ffoiff h'rifd
wood floors or from rugs. The? may
lie used dry or moistened.
A hackArest for nn Invalid which
will ho found comfortable for one
confined to bed Is mndo of a wide
hoard, well padded, nnd slipped Into
n cretonne pillow case.
Wie'n kneading bread sponge, cut
with a sharp knife frequently. It saves
time nnd labor nnd makes bread (lno
grained and light.
It will save time If n frying pan nt
rrlddle Is wli'd out with nu old news
paper to remove the grease licftiro
If n new silk Is pressed with n hot
Iron heforo wearing It will prevent II
ONE PEflFEc" '
WIFE IS FOUND
Now1 Yofk Man Pays Tribute to
the Mother of His Eight
NEW, YORK, Oct. 23. Alfred A.
U&!JW.Jir-9ll'0nt of Jl A- Contcs &
to, thread Importers, dcclnres he
naa, n..,peiJJort wife. At his home, 7
ftmHl Inviinue,. Ornnge, N. J., Mr
Yes, ilt. Is absolutely true that
havc.iA perfect .wife. Thcro Is mf ron
ton why -the world should not know
ofilt.ilf it. Interests nny one. I saw It
n paper (lint Judge W. O. Thomns of
tho circuit court nt Kansas City, Mo.,
saldirfpm the bench r 'There Is no
such thing ns a perfect wife.'
"Knowing,, there was such a thing,
md that I hud one of them nt .honle,
file HOUR, Of thatjudge, appnlled mo,
and I wroto him a letter for his en
lightenment. Tbnt's how the matter
got out., i, i
I havo had ono wife, ns I told him,
for thirty-six years, nnd I would not
chnngo her In the least If I could. In
nil theso years she has been the Ideal
wife, has never called mo n liar and
has been my inspiration, my help
meet, my comfort In time of trouble,
and I wouldn't take $10,000,000 fur
her or give 10 ct'nts for another.
"Ono of my tenderes' iccnllcctlons
Is of the day before my mother died.
Hho had lived with us for twelve
carn. We had bolstered lur up In
bed, and 'she, putting her he.i-l on my
niius nrensi, said: ,,,
Ood bless joii, I'nimn. I li.tlt
never seen a cross look on jo.ir
"Some of the reasons hy our life
has been happy Is that Kinnia Is ,i
irood cook nnd loen her home a'i,
children. We never trouble ruth
other with Individual troubles unless
jne Is sure tho other can give help
r,atfvJSfe-,j;tieAniiui..wlio carries Jiis
biislncKs.iroublivi home, to hs family
wliYgAhHffuftillr, cannot 'help him Is
GRADUALLY GETTING LAND
FOR INDUSTRIAL HOME
i : a, i
WorkKlnMinnectiiui with the wcur-fng'-of
Hchbol iH''irneelrllriB slowly owing to
the fact that niucli of the piece want-
id Is held liy private owners, the birg
est Individual liulder umnng whom li
the llhlidp IOxtalc
8iiifrlntendi-nt I'npe hopes that the
fiirinalltleM 111 connection witli the pur
yJuit.of Jim lllsbiip I'stati Interest will
liu cuiiiideied Minrlly, ns nil the other
pifvatft i;wner are renilv to sell.
-. Ijispeetor T. It. Gibson lift yester
dn);" fur ilnwall, whtre he will Inspect
, , , ll.unakun district,
u ;HWft. .Ih, gone about a rk.
r' " ' ; , f v
uncni viuiuni run ,.
of equal pny fur -ciial work, Oovernor
Disc signed the dimly hill equalizing
the Klil.irlen of the school teachers In
TJiu ciiuetment of the
l a A-lctory ror tlie women s,clmoi
, -, V-n.1, V..I. r.r,H ... ...... nf
Vi ,n imn til, w , nun w
The Increased cost of the schedules
nf salaries proposed by this meiisure
for the elementary schools Is estimated
lit tn.inl.tUO, and the Increased cost of
eijunllzntlon In the high schools ut
' fc .
Ifo'itors Airree on Komi.
All )li'ylcbins agree (bat good food
properly selected, Is of the utmost Im-
liortn,ucj,'biQt only fur the cure nf dls
ease. hut to ntilfutriln health even wlu-n
une Is well..
A Doctor says: "I count It a pleas
ure fii'saV li "good vthrd for I'nstum
with wjirch" IfttaVH been enabled to re
llvott(0 niuny suirt-rers, nnd which I
count, with its valued companion
(Ji-apCiiiitH, ono of tho dally lilesslngs,
, '.'Coifye, wrs hunlshcil fiuui.my own
table some time ngo mid I'osiuni used
regularly Jniliiijplace, ,
"I frequently llnd It neeessur to In-
strut t patlentH when they take I'ustiliii
for the llrst time to be quite sure
that It Iiiih been boiled long uioiigh to
bring out the clear, black color uud the
rich tdste, as vc-II as the lienllh giving
The Doctor enclosed the names of
six patients who weio formerly ner
vous dyspeptics but have been cured
by Ids professional enre nnd the ills
continuance, of cnnVo and the u-dng of
I'ostuni In Its place.
By Lydia E:' Plhkham'a
Ottutmva, Iowa. "To'r years I was
almost a constant sufferer lro in feinalo
trouble In till lta
shooting pains nil
over my bmly, Blek
overythltip; that was
horrid. I tried many
doctors (n different
parts or mo vue(
States, but Iiydia K.
ble Compound ha:i
done moro for mo than nil tho doctors.
I feel it mv ilutv to fell von thtso
facts. My heart is" full of BTrititil(te"t
you foT my cure." Mrs. ItAitniirr K.
WAMPLtii, 024 'S. Hansom, Street,
Ottumwa, Iowa. ,
fcotiMdcr TliU Ailvlcc.
No wonun should submit to h siirgi
cnl operation, which may mean death,
until she has Riven Lydl.i E. 1'iukham's
Vegetable Compound u fair trial.
This famous medicine, mndo only
from routs ami herbs, has for thirty
) ears prayed to bo tho most valuable
tonic nnd invlgorator of the femnla
organism. Women residing in almost
every city (ttnil town in tho United
States bear willing testimony to tho,
wonderful vlrttio of 'Lyrtia K. I'lnk-
liarn'S yegtable Compound.
Mrs. l'lnkhnm, nt f.viin, Muss.,
Invito!1 till slefcivWiirioii to writo
hcf for nil vice. Ilei-mlvlcols'lree,
confidential, anil ul way. s Iiclnfol.
FORM MARKETING CLUBS
Chicago Householders Have
Plan to Defeat Higli Prices,
HoiwIinhliiH of the south side have
started a movement wlikh they think
will put the Cold StoiiiKe Truxt out
of hti-diifMM uud Mile the "cost of liv
ing"' problem, says the Chicago Trlb-
r-ri Tfimflrttf?ptrwifl f '
of inaiTvetliiK clubs, mi orgaiil?
which will Juiy "foi
u iuaiillUes in
cheap, st ire It,
unit dlsli Unite It ut cost pi lee inning
Wli)iier , ,, eiu
Thooe liaeL if the uiiiw-inciit i.LjJlil.
It not only will rlWct ,il tduetloii hi
Ihe'toal l,r fundi niniiimttiifr In thij pr
greitate til Ml ifr einl , hut that Jt V
do JiwiiMiUltli nil the mil-lHinlliioss for
which the luesent eold sthriige system
The lilc.i Utiiliuiltu'u iiujujbjr of con-
s,unierK tun Jo eatfh vlub'tl-) tie'
stninlanl- islio vJU RtrniTlo m v'.iUl'
tlie-uloneyuor'itha JninHuvV)iu( stnr
ago ut pnn'lsl,iiiil'plfn'ii- fiiijIIUIeK
It Is polufrd out, mil be ohlntneit
ebenply-ln 4'frnoit liny part of the clt),
nnd tho xiirlng tlmt will be effected
I iv Inlying proMsions when they an
ibenp will i-.isllv (iiiy nil expenses nf
iiinlntiihilui; wnrehoiiseh and difriilng
the cots of delivery nnd still lenvo u
gnoii margin of leimitlou In cost iih
loiupaied with pi lees charm il hyileui
irs. As It Is hntlKht the food Is to lie In
spected, thus Insuring purity. Whiru
po-Hlhle, It Is proposed to olitnln eold
storage and nrtleles thus stored nro tu
Im examined friqumtly.
jThp. i li9tiyp,Jt; Is urml, III work
Oti) KtJiiJig(Jilit ilwilfrm'hnil pbrnty
of c.elln fnelMtlis witji tlie iiddltlonnl
iiiiwiniuK,!' nun pioviHiou-4 i-iiii - he
bought at n low figure,
JUDGE WHO DECIDED
CASE AGAINST HER
SEATTLE, Wash., Oct. 27. Suier-
lor Court Judge John P. Main was
wnylnld nud horsewhipped nt tho
courthouse, today by Mrs. Christian
M. Olson, who had lost u case Involv
ing title to some pioperty. In Juilgo
.Main's court. Mis. Olseq wleldpd a
short will) of braided rawhide and
succeeded In striking tho amiircd
judge on tho licmi twice before' u
bailiff overpowered her.
"You've lobbed me! You'vo lobbed
mo 1" hcrenmed Mrs. Olson us sle
struggled to free herself from (ho
grasp of tho court atlenilaut.
After sho became ijulet' sho was
taken to the county Jail, when- aim
was held without a churgo.
EXTENSION OF KAHULUI
RAILROAD IS PLANNED
That the fruit growers ut Ilalkii,
Mniil, ure to hnu- n mllio.iil running
IIiioukIi their district Is now n settled
thing, according (o the Infoinintlon fe.l
eclw-d by Bupiihitendent of 'l'ilil!
WoikH Marston I'umpliell.
The Knluit ul railroad has notltled hliiil
that It has decided to Inc lease lis Hc-r
vleu by running the rails lle miles out
to the Haiku fiult cnnniry The str-j
ico win opin up some splemlld new
lountry mid Is light tlnouuli tlie home
sliail district The lands ale eonsld
ned exceptionally lino for gi owing
No dale has been mentioned as In
wht n 11 start Is In ho made with the
extension, hut it Is thoiielit that It will
be douti almost Immediately.
ViR fc fit,
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO DUO AND UNIFORMED RCPIIESCNTATIVEa MEET ALL
l ii ;ht
; rnil, S t t
THE SPIRIT OF GOOD SERVICE AND THE' FATjlClTftS THAT
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
SUIT CASES ,
INITIALS PUT ON FREE
RAM CHONG CO.,
COUNim TOUT AND lli:iti:TANIA STIti:i:TH IIAHUISON UI.OCIJ
V ,- YMW 1
t U "Il '. I v
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
((lill.VVKLl, AUTOMATIC Sl'ICI K I.K It)
' NEU'MAN CLOCK CO.
. ,' JWATt'HMAA'.S CI.(IL'K)
' ' ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
"A Car for the Dltcrimlnallng Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 56 ....'.? $4500
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Type 31 ? 2250
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor, Alakea and Hotel St. . . Phono 3009
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