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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 2, 1911,
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. Sec
that it is properly fed. Growth
of every kind demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at the
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry'. Then feed
ycur hair. Feed it vVith proper
food, a rcgubr hair-food. Feed
it with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, JieaVy,
luxuriant hair. AsIc your doctor
about your hair and about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow !:' advice.
Oyer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
ililp Tuscarorn lins Joined tho Marj
luml mm the clcrnn 14 looked upon
In Hie light of n mirhcil ucqulttlllcm
to tho flnc lino of snorting' talent on
board tho crulsci.
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1 n I lite pinna for rIvIiir a Kinokcr nomo
ocnliiK next week. Thcro la gtifllcieiit
tnlent imiiniK the lioys to liiBiire ii red
letter nl5lit. Keen Interest Is muni
feat .In (lie light name and n number
of (Istlc ntnrn hne Blgnllled their wil
lingness to enter Into Hie contests.
"Itcd" Carlson In credited ullh be-
jlnR the llslitWclKlii champion of tho
licet. Ho Is aboard the Maryland.
Carlson has participated In u number
of matches, nnd as n fighting man of
his class ho has few equals In tho ncr-vlce.
Tho Mnrjland library Ins been lal
creased by tho lecclpt of imo hunt
(.'red and fifty oIinncs of fiction. Tlu
Hit includes many works of the p.ci
tent scar Including nil arrai of tlu
"gir4 b Cr I. C. hi' & C . li.oll. rfuL. II S.
i in' ii i ' i .
Boitcn Building Fort 8tr.t
Over May & Co.
Regal Shoe Store.
168 tout BTni:i?r phonb 5oi
-?l " BANZAI' eVtOH 8TTn "
B.r.tanla Street, N..r Nuu.nu
HONOLULU, H. T.
( Good Old
I.usk and Ilogan nro two lmntain
weights on board the California who
linveySuin high honors In tho squnred
clrdo. The California boys nlso point
vv It I pride to the record of Tolan, a
ucljcrw eight if lib has mado a lintiio
lor iiiiiikcii niong mo coast nnu Willi
C A Albright, leoninn. Is tbo ml
vcitlslng manager of the bright llttlo"uCst sellers."
moniniy, mo Maryland UJgie, which
Is the smlcc publication Issued fioifil When It comes to football, tho claim
the crulbcr licr.rlns thnt name. Al- Is mado that thcro Is not an organfra
bright contemplates getting out n Hi- tlon of tho kind In tho fleet of csscls
wallnn soucnir edition of tho K.iglo ' now5 at tho port that Can remoo tho
before miny weeks elapse. justly won laurels worn by tho Mary-
Tho Maryland spirit H said t'p p're
i.omluato tho members of tho cruc'(
football team on board tint cruiser.
Tho team Is Just aching to bnvo n
trjout with one of the local organi
zations. Tho Century football team at the
Presidio was. one of son oral oi coniza
tions on tho Const that went'down to
ond division lay claim to having put defeat at tho conclusion of a ttisscl
It nil over tho team selocted among with the Mar) land team,
tho poit watch. Any gamu called lio-l
lore slc oclock In tho morning Isl Tho nnval wharf was piled high with
cllglblo for the title. IcSal this morning and n largo niian-
iji; ill. i Til) Dill. .'I'lmtUrSU Itltniolrfuel Is now koIhb Into botlu
Smolders, 'nn all aiound -athlete and tho MnryUind and the Coloradb which,
thaiMqlhtf suiilwlth facHoldli.ittliwlfl'lhMb. IJ'''"" "J -" '"'
KtlllHHn fnnlllllP' (a n trintn l.i
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vhlcli the starboard watch of Hio.bcc-
Bottled In Bond
.. .u&.ij Eiiii.nfwtLja A i-ii;i
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
VV. Deliver to Any Part of tho City
feOSA & CO.,
j'r '' Altktt and Qutenv BtretU
I acific 3a loon
'Kino And ndiiand stbeeti
'You'll find they'rn tU food hi
"it's, the Fashion"
HoteYnKTfort D.H.'tiiviei, Pio
rOK,8ALI AT All 3AX
t -Afionts For- .
Men of the Pacific Fleet
While you are in Port. It Publishes
All the Fleet News
All the Foreign News .,
All the China Watt News
AU-the Spotting News
Tho OULLCTIN'is tho paper for the fleet to read because It
publishes what 'the fleet wanto-to read about.
You Can Mail It
Tho second division Is Jirlh proul
of trfo Vccord of having won the eotll
lug contest held on Ortobci 26 whcii
2lo bags wcio taken aboard In on
Tlicro Is u baseball team on board
cacti cruiser of tbo licet, now at the
port. T hh ,
' .aw 1
OFF FDR CRUISE
(Continued from rag 1)
on account of trouble In the l'ar Hist,
the fleet will be In and out of Hono
lulu for about MvoweeUs .
ghnro drills will lin nn Important
part In the program
"Honolulu Is considered one of the
best ports wo hnn fur shore drills,"
inld Lieutenant Coiniiuindir I.eaby.
flc"t onlimnio olllcer. this nionilni:
"Vo inn Just niareli'the iiumi oir tbefi
vide of the ship and drill them round
the stnets here, whereas In innstl
plnccn we have to land 1: m In boils,
which inrnns n lot ,of troiiiilc both go.
Inff and coming. 'All. of the ships will
tukc this opportunity to get their bat
talions In shape, and It will he possible
to reptile full lattnlon oilt nt the same
time Tpo lime wopenu ucn up to
the doiks at Honolulu will be time
eil lipent, ou nifty He sure of llmt"
The same applies to the Marine
t'orps. Major HlllHIect marine olllor,
said that lie expected n p'ut In ccr$'
ujillabln,lpilnutn jwltli, liut,tallij drlU.f
ust ns soon ns ipe TiiaiiKi'EiMiig noil
dai is.aKen wiWdxcr.ji )i I i
YtMcrdny was im day with the fit ct,
and about J 100,00b of Uncle Pain's
money was put in circulation .Much
of tUiit will lie spent hero during the
extended stay of the cruisers
Tomorrow, ThnnkKl) log,!);!, wlllii
a general holiday for ull aboard, ami
evcijone not iiLtually needed to man
the cruisers, except thoso In bad stand.
me, will ho allowed shore liberty for
the whole dav. Tho general Mile of the
fleet while in port,v hoocr, will In)
half the strength -op duly, and half on
lltiert Tho port and starboard
watches are divided Into tw.o sections
fVllf JlnA ,"no. "jrSli'J" ir'".', wutili
wlll'bo allowed ashore at n time'"
-mi v i7nmt.nt n t a ..
It has a Droven reDtita-v
I t ' m mm. '
tion in cases ot Koor Ad-
potite, Belching, Hoart-j
burn. Flatulency. Indl-
! eestion, Costiveness, and
ivialaria,M-over and Ague,
Don't expcrinient insist
. HOSTETTER.S . U
It tunes and invigorates
Tor sale by llenson, Smith & Co,
Ltd, Chambers Drug Co, Ltd, llllo
Drug Co und ut nil wholcsnlo liquor
, p. m; quncan
258 feeretanla 8U opp. Royal Hawaiian
blackheads and oily skin miy he
oulckly overcome1!) the freiucnt
f old by
. Will.DoJt .-.
"TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY"
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
ninni imp runiMP. 1a m. o. '
'1494 EMMA'STRCET Talphont4t
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping arid Commission
f Agent for
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., 'BATH,, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL.FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(tilll.VMU AI1105IATIU SI'ltl.MiLMI)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
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AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOltt STItKET, NEAII MKHCHAM.
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The Farrand. Cecjljan Cnhaye given years of scientific study to the development of ttie Player Piano.
As a resultiheVftave produced 'a metal "pneumatic action replacing, the wood and rubber action in, general
use. It is much more lasting, compact, more sensitive and responsive, enabling the operator to give the
composition a "finer interpretation.
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Embody everything. modern in piano construction . V
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