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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE8DAY, DEC. 5, 1911.
Knltsht Templar nnil 32ml Degree Mo
ronic emblem, Friday, between Ku
liuku ami Wnluluu. Kindly return tu
Tlieo. D.ivle tlo'a hardware, depart
incut, Honolulu, and receive liberal
llenvy cold slgtift rliiy. .Monogram
"A. T. ". Iteturn for rewurd to
V. M. C. A. COST-lt
Hunch of l-)R. I.eau lit Ilulletln of
Hie. Iteunrd given. M99-3t
Oolil lirni'i'tet with Image uttnchril.
Onmr run hai name hy proving1
property nt Hulk tin olllce and paying
fur this advertisement. DU'JV-Ct
ROOM AND BOARD.
rurnliheil room nnd board In private
limine, wnlklng distance from post
olllce. Address "U. II.", Ilulletln of
TIIK AHUONAUT Rooms 112; with
board, J3G. 027 Ueretnnla St.; Phone
1308. Mm. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Furnished rooms, with board, at litis
tnce cottage, Walklkl. Gentlemen
Apply 13CC King St.
PltOST SALOON Klne wlnea and liq
uors. Cull and see ui. K. Basakl,
prop. Deretanla and Maunakea Sts.
Flowers, Lels to order at Julia Kala
klela, 1'uuuhl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176.
Automobiles, inotur-ucles und all oth
ir uuii'hlilery repaired. KsthnnteH
given on nil kinds ol mechanical
work. J. It. Macuulay Jr., O.ihu Cii
truge Co.: Tel 3181 &090-lin
Hen C. Ollolra Automobile expert
Itesldence phone 2908; office phone
SfiCO. Olllcu 137 Merchant St. C07(-tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Standi Charles
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by 8. Miyamoto. Bl
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second band. 18!
King SL 4148-ly
CLEANING AND PRE88INQ.
riio Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
reprlrlng. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for and delivered. Bere-
unlu, next to pumping station.
M. Muranoku Clothes bought and sold.
214 Beretuula St.; Phone 10G9.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
flenrge Yumada, general contractor.
Kstlmutes furnished. 201 McCandleaa
Bldg.; Phone 21E7.
Paclllc Klectrlc Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale.
134 S. Beretania St.; To' 3132.
Jaimnese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat-
Hiunnto, 900 Alakea St., near King.
Phone 1700. G070-U
T. rujlmoto, Kliiau Employment Offlcej
phono 1879. 4896-tf
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able, rates. Territory Livery Stable,
.148 King; phone 2S3S.
Japanese Employment Olllce
phniio 3GG8. lleretunlu St
Dr. Birch Olllce, Manufacturers' Shoe
Store, Fort St. Thone 1782.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
1S6 Hotel Street Phone 2311
IlrlKlit youtiR Chinese age 23; reads
i:nnllll and Chinese wishes position
III store. Address "a. V.", this of
Younir man desires posltlun nit chauf
feur In irlvnte family. Knur years'
i!Xn rleiiee. Apply J. I'arry, Ilulletln
Mosiiulto - proof cottage, furnished;
screened lunal sleeplngquarters; buth
and shower, 1050 Deretanla St. Ap
ply 101 Deretanla at. C07-tt
The pioperty known aa the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Quuo
atreeta. Dimensions 11x61. The build
In will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C Drewer Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
TIIK VILLA, 12C Fort St. Furnished
rooms. Llcctrlc lights, shower baths;
all rooms open on veranda. Clean,
cool und light. Rates; HO per month,
12.50 per week, 70 cents per night.
Telephone 2500. C0G7-tf
THE EJ.1TIJ Furnished rooms. Hotel
St., oppoiltu Young Cafe. Newly-ren-otated
and refurnished. Under new
management, Tthis reasonable. Lo
cation central. S034-tf
No. 7J Beretania BL Blectrlo light
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J, H, Townsend,
Furnished room to let near the Donna.
Mrs. F. D. Wlcke, 1246 Beretania
Beautiful home at Kalmukl, Just com
pleted. Mugntllceut view. New, at
tractive bungalows, furnished and un
furnished. Choico fruit-bearing trees
on grounds. Burgulns. Liberal terms.
Address J. Mock, 9th Ave. und Pa
lolo, Kalmukl. 0082-tf
Nice bungalow at Kalmukl. Location
beautiful; fine homes adjacent. Will
sell cheap for cash or an easy terms.
See Wulter 11. Bradley, care Kul
mukl Land Co. Ltd., Box 420.
The Tranao envelope a tlmt-aavlng
Invention. No addreaalng necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bui
letln Publishing Co., sole agenta for
New f-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
56HX218 12000; easy terras. Don-
dero & Lansing, SI Merchant St.;
Phone 2(8, 4l6J-tf
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Btan-
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1(01.
Furnlahcd house, Ave rooms; privilege
of renting house. Both reasonable.
Opposite Ncrma) School. 6028-tf
Clrand piano In good condition. -Cush
or monthly Instiilments, Address I
O. Ilox 473. OOKO-Ct
Remington typewriter No. 7, In first
class condition. P. O. Box 114, Ho
nolulu. ' (012-tf
Cottages and lots on carllne, Kalmukl.
II. dorman, 1186 Alakea St.
Selected Caravonlcu wool cotton
A. V. Clear. 1214 Fort St; P. O. Box
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
There la always someone who would
pay cash for miscellaneous articles
of furniture, musical Instruments,
farming Implements, old wagons, etc.
If you lme any articles you are not
using, why not turn them Into each?
You can reach a buyer through u
Bulletin Want Ad. tf
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.
Six-room house, Punchbowl slope. Cool,
convenient, well-planned; on carllne.
Inquire utter 4 p. 111. ut 1327 Penxu,
cohi St. 009.1-tf
BUY AND 8EI.L.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold und exchanged. J, Curio, Fort St.
Dressmaking and altering. ChnrgeH
reasonable. I.ucy Jang, Punahnu St,
near Kulukuun Ave. Phono 3982.
Try some of the new
"Red 8el" Recorda ey
famoua artlsta , ,
BEROSTROM MUSIO CO. LTD.
"For Sale" curdi at Bulletin.
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. On
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
8022. Honolulu Hodu Water Co, Ltd.,
34A North Beretania St.; Chas. B.
Frasher, manager. 4141-tf
Itallwiiy mall dirks. Honolulu exam
inations announced Jan. 15. Sample
(luohtlnns free. Franklin Institute,
Dipt. 4CC-K, ltoclieMer, N. Y.
Cloud tnllnr, bushelir und pressrr.
United Tailors, Kaplolnnl llldg, Ala
kea St. C071-tt
Pressboy with some experience. Apply
1117 FORT STREET
TO 50 REDUCTION
Main Entrancel Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
For the Kiddies
Put a Brownie Camera In the Christ
mas stocking and give the child some
thing useful, instructive and delightful.
Brownies of all aiz.a just in.
Also, bignest shipment of all kinds
of Cameras and Kodaks.
Photo Supply Co.,
IN COPI.KY PRINTS
17 Hotel Street
A finished will-board that makes
ths use of wall-paper unneces
Will not crack, chip or deterior
ate with age.
It resists the psissge of aound.
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KING ST.
House is rented tomorrow
If advertised today.
Never fails to happen ;
It's the Bulletin classified way.
A Sure Cure
1 CatarrhRemedy ,.;
For Catarrh. Hay r.v.r, Old In the (leas'
Difficult Umthlna, tc.
Contains mthlnf harmful.
Comes only In one sin. Pries 80c.
Bra. Bcnlmli ComDOtind Herbito
Stomich, Liver, Klinty snj lllijjer Kenedy,
mooj mnner. n ihcsi mfarcine.
It M.k. !h Cures.
Hike, J1.00 ptr totti. ) lor j 50, 6 tor Ij-oe
Honolulu Drug Co.
Bread Baked Daily
You ean have your order changed
dally and be supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
Ins the best Hume-Made
Bread, German Pretzels ami
Coffee Cake. 'Be sure and
ring up 2124.
lies FORT STRE5T
BOSTON LUNCH ROOM
Meals at All Hours
Day and Night . .
I.UNCIIi:.S PUT UP AND SHNT OUT
BIJOU LANE - NEAR THEATER
The Beat Milk .You Can Us 1
AT ALL DEALERS,! n
May's Old Kpna Coffee
Beet In the 4erke
HENRY MAY C a
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONOR8
At the recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CA8H PRIZE
Man's Tan Calf Button Oxford A New
Style; a New Last
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO, LTD.
Regal Shoe Store
1108 FORT STREET
BANZAI 8HOE STOr-a
Beretania Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
If you liac n want lurge enough to
think about, why not Ictyi 1Ilu Hot In
want Ail Milm thu proiiieiii7
(Associated Press Cable.)
Nnw YORK, N. Y, Dec 4. Presi
dent Samuel Ooinpers of the American
Federation of Iibor denies thnt hi!
knew of the guilt of the AlcNamaras,
iih nssertid by Detective llurns.
Burns Is Positive.
t'l.l'.Vr.l.AND, O. Dec. 4 Detective
William J llurns In a statement to
day ri-llernfi'it his clinrue thnt Ootn
pern had khowlcdKe of tin- guilt of the
McNnmerns He says that (lumpers Is
fooling organized labor.
Will Punish Conspirators.
INDIANAPOLIS, lnd, Dec. 4.
United Stntes .District Attorney Miller,
In an InterUcw today, says that all
Inxolved In the dnnmltlng conspiracy
Hill be punished He nsvrts thnt (loin
pers m an utmfe leader for organized
lnlHr, which should he directed only hy
McNsmsrss to Tell All.
1.08 AN(li:i.i:H, Cal, Dec 4. The
Mc.N'nmarn brothers will he token be
fore the Federal grand Jury Immedi
ately after they have beii sentenced to
testify In regard to the allegid dyna
miting conspiracy. District Attorney
John D Prtdcrhks stntes thnt they
have nlrendy told much In the matter.
Mnnr (Iinrm- Alexiindtr l n two to
one fnxnrlte In the betting nn the ilec-
llon which tnki". place tomorrow, as
iiKulnst Joh llarrlman, his Socialist op
JER8EY CITY HAS
MILLION. DOLLAR FIRE
JIIRSnV CITY, N. J., Dec. 4. The
main plant of the United Stntes Ex
press Company In this city wns de
strojed hy nre this evening The
llninni spread to the nearby blocks, and
four hundred houses, Including More
nnd duellings, were burned. The loss
Is estlmuted nt $1,000,000.
FEDERAL 8UIT HIT8 AT
CASH REGISTER TRUST
CINCINNATI, O., Dec. 4. The Unit
ed States district attorney for the.
southern district of Ohio today riled
suit In the Federal court to dissolve
the National ("ash Register Company
nn the ground thnt It Is nctlng In re
straint of trade.
PROBING SUGAR TRUST
WASHINGTON, I) ('. Dec. 4. The
special Democratic committee nf the
House of Representatives v. Ill resume
Its sessions tomorrow for thu liuestl
gatlnii of thu alleged, sugar trust,
That his coming back will niako
no material dlfferenro In the settle
ment of the- Mahiiku situ question Is
the opinion of Judge Kanfonl II. Dole.
When lie hcurd that orders hud come
down that nothing further was to be
done with the matter for tho present
he thought that perhaps, taken In
conjunction with the curtailing of his
leave, the case hud been held up until
he returned. Now, huvuer, he thinks
that the matter U hung up more or
less liiUellnitvly, pending the congres
First of ult Judge demons was
disqualified and then Judge Dolu him
self. Thl. lust disiuullllciitluii could
have been overcome, by Mrs. Dole
selling some shurvs that she has In
I.'. U. Hall & Son's and tho Judge was
quite prepared for her to do tills.
Then came thu new urder of things
hy which tho Territory was Included
as purt of tho Ninth Circuit, meaning
that it Judgu from 'the coast could
come down here und try the case out
Owing tu the fact that petitions
huu been sent In to Congress, Judge
Dole now thinks that the matter will
lie dormant until Congress hears the
orguinentH pro and ion on the site.
POPE DENIES STATEMENTS
BY BAKER IN MAGAZINE
Superintendent of Kducntlon WIIIU
T Pone denies the allegations tnudo
by Hay Staunnrd llakiT In his article
in Hawaii In tho American magazine,
hat tho sugar people were agulnst
having tho children educated on the
grounds that It would spoil good lab-
Popo states that ho could name, fif
teen or more manage! b who have. glv
(ii cotfigcs for the teachers to llo
In and could namo soma who hao
given the school buildings, The sub'
scrlptlons that enabled tho siiminci
pchnol to lie held all camo from tho
Popo further stales that during
Raker's visit he did tint cull on the
department of education ut all and
that ir ho had ho could have, obtained
nil the Infuimullon he wanted.
MEETING IS CALLED
Tho nf-xt tneetliiK of tho Territorial
TeuchorB' ABsoclutlon will ho held on
Thursday, December 7, ut 3 o'clock
p in. ut the McKlnley High school,
Principal M. M, Scott will Bpeak nil
"KHsentlnl Points to he i:mphnslzed
in thu Teaching of I:iibIIsIi "
Miss Woodford 11 ml Mis. Klunoy
will lend In the disillusion.
All teachers are urged tu ho pres
ent and to bo 011 hand promptly ut
Wis Cured Twelve Years Ago
and Has Had No Return of
Itov. F. J. Harrell, of No 1710 North
7tli street, Waco, Texas, sajss
"From a small boy I eufTereil Intense
ly from rheumatism. At the age ol
twentmli jean) I was prat. tit ally help
less. From eighteen to twenty-one I
was an inxalid, the larger part of 1117
time lontiiioi! to my room, n gnat part
of that time unable to mow inv.H-ll.
The cause of the rheumatism nas prob
ably exKwure to 10M and rainy
leather. .My arms many limes were
bo stilt I roilltl not be luofl without
extreme pain. Jly hip" were affciteil
also. A Isice part of the time that I
was sick my feet wnuM swell until I
could not near shoes or soft slippers of
"All the money that I could get
would l sient for medicine, liniments
ol all kinds, cut) thing that was recoui
mended for rheumatism, hut nothing
seemed to help me. An old lady who
liad been unsl of rheumatism heard of
my caso and iumon'eral miles to see
me and recommend Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills for Pale People. I had not
taken tho pills very long until I was
sure they were helping me. Alter tak
ing the content of fourteen boxes 1 was
entirely cured and ha not suffered
from tlio cflecta of rheumatism siucu,
which is now our twelve years. Dr.
Williams' Jink I'llls for Pale People
were a blessing to me and It is my hotio
that they shall Isj to any sufferer who
shall turn to them for relief."
Dr. Williams' Pink' 111ls'hae cured
anwinia, indigestion, sciatica, nervous
ness, aftcr-ellcits of the grip ami fevers,
ami neuralgia, owing to their blood
Tuiidliiff iroM.Tty. These pills Wero
originally, a prescription, used in tho
doctor's private practice and their bene
fit to mankind has beenlucreaseiluiany
thousand-fold by tlielr lieing placed on
general salowitli thuiloctor'sowu direc
tions for ue.
Dr. Williams' link Pills arosold only
In pavkagvs, never by tho dozen or
liuivlrrd. The genuine, are sold by all
druggisU, or will 1st sent by mail, post
paid, 011 receipt of price, f0 cents icr
box; six boxes for H.W, by the Dr.
Williams Medicine Company, & hence,
tady, X. Y. rk-iid for our free booklet)
"JJiacasea of the Wood."
R.c.lv.d, by ths last st.am.r, LIN
GERIE and TAILORED WAISTS,
FALL 8UIT8 and RAINCOATS) also
ONE-PIECE BROADCLOTH GOWNS
Mrs. F. Zeave
M YOUNQ BUILDINQ
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS
Th. Hlah.it Class of Work No
777 KINO STREET - PHONE 1491
J. Alaill., Prop.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Cantraeter and Sulldar .
Estimates' given on all kind of
Concrete Work a Specialty
AIIAMI TstEET. NEAR NUUANU
ONI SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. II H. P.
144 EMMA STREET
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Th' earial mail is th' latest thing.
Now, mayb. tome buddy 'It drop you 'a
line. Girl, that violate all th' rul.a on
th' woman'a pag. st.m I' look th'
. Q. Vee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Gents' Dry Goods
Kam Chong Co.
Corn.r Fort and B.ratanla Street
DRY G0003 FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF DRY QOOM
WAH YING CHONG
' CO:, ...
KUf Street, Ewa Fiihrntrkit ,
jcnr it. nn ixtkii
Desltia la FuraJturt. Msttrmii,
ito., t& AU Uadf of KtA tai MO
HON FVBNITUBE made to otlw.
WFOKTXBS OF 01EENTAL OO0M
Wing Wo Tai & -Go-
Nl NanantL'near King ttnfl ,'
.. PHONH ioa . .r
' FINEST FIT
Ami Cloth of Al QnaUtj Om ft
Fnxcaued froa ,
. SANG CHAN
MOOAaTDUH 1LWI. .
f. 0. Bra.Ml TelesjktM l7l!
s a aasasaaasaa aa)
'Crepe Goods "' ?
COTTON ,CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
- ,,A AND PAJAMAS' ''
1248 FORT ST, ABOVE SERETANIA
Kf O. HALL a SON. LTD.
Cor. King and Fori Sta, HONOLULU
Hardwars, Paints ana) Oils.-Shlai
ehandlary, Stov.a, Cr.cktry, Olaaawar
and Kltehsn Ut.nsllsi Spartlng OMda.
Guns. Ravalvara and Ammunltlaa.
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