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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1911.
Knlglit Ti-miilur and 32nd Degree Ma
sonic emblem, Frldny, between Kn
liuku ami Walulun. Kindly return to
Tlieo. Davles Co.'s linrdwure deport
ment, Honolulu, and 'receive liberal
lllnik wallet nnd ISO In currency; go'd
wutch charm. Finder return to this
office nnd receive reward. 5109-31
Muck ennmelrd brnocli.
lteturn to tills
FOR SALE OR FOR RENT.
Mix-room house, Punchbowl slope. Cool,
convenient, well-planned; on airline.
Inquire after 4 p. in. at 1327 Fensa
cola St. 6093-tf
BUY AND 8ELL.
Diamonds, watches and jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. 3. Carlo, Fort St.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In prlvnte
house, walking distance from post'
v office. Address "O. II.", Bulletin of
THE ARGONAUT Rooms S12; with
board, J3G. C27 Ueretanta St.; Phone
1301. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, proprietor,
Furnished rooms, with board, nt IIus
face cottage, Walklkl. Gentlemen
Nicely - furnished rooms with board,
Apply 1366 King St.; Phone 2099.
PROST SALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Call and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop, Beretanla and Meunakea Sts.
Flowers, Lets to order at Julia Kala
klelo, Puuuhl and Nuuanu; Tel. S178.
Ren U. Ollvelra Automobile expert
Residence phone 29C8; office phone
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by 8. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second band. 182
King SL 4948-ly
CLEANING AND PRE8SINQ.
The Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for and delivered. Bern-
anla, next tu pumping station.
U. Muranaka Clothes bought and sold.
214 Beretanla St.; Phone 1051.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oeorge Yamada, general contractor,
estimates furnished. 208 McCandleaa
Bldg.; Phone 21.7.
Pacific Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a speclulty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale,
134 S. Beretanla St.; Te, 3131.
Japanese, couk, waiter, yard boy, Mat
sumoto, 900 Alakea St., near King.
Phone 1750. 6070-tt
T. Fujlmoto, Klnau Employment Office;
phone 1879. 4898-tf
Flrst-claaa livery turnouta at reason
able rutea. Territory Livery Btable,
341 King; phone 2531.
Japanese Employment OlMce Tele
phone 3C0S. Beretanla St., near
Dr. Hlrch Office, Manufacturers' Shoe
Store, Fort St. Thone 1782.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
166 Hotel Street Phone 2311
Young man, 25, desires position us
clerk and stenographer. Well ac
quainted with legal work. Address
".M. I", this otllce. G105-4t
Young mun desires position as chauf
feur In private family. Four years'
experience. Apply J. Parry, Uulletln
Mosquito proof cottage, furnished;
screened lanul sleeping-quarters; bath
and shower. 10G0 Beretanla St. Ap
ply 1049 Ueretunla St. Gu7-tt
Unfurnished cottage; gas stov, elec
tric light. 871 Young St., near Ku
plolanl St. 5107-21
Furnished, largo front room, suitable
for two. C58 H. King St. 41IO-2t
Four-room cottage at 1950 Young St.
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fo-t and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x61. Th build
in will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C Brewer ft Co., Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
T11K VILLA, 12(9 Fort St. Furnished
rooms. Electric lights, shower baths;
all rooms open on vcrunda. Clean,
cool and light. Rates; $10 per month,
12.50 per week, 7G cents per night.
Telephone 250S. ' 5007-tf
Till: KI.1TK Furnished rooms. Hotel
St., opposite Ynjng Cafe. Nuwly-rcn
ovated und refurnished. Under new
management. Tirms reasonable. Lo
cation central. 5034-tf
No. 73 Beretanla St. Klectrlo lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J, U. Townsend,
Furnished room to let near the Donna.
Mrs. F. D. Wlcke, 1245 Beretanla
Ave. ' 5051-tf
Beautiful homo at Kulmukl, Just com
pleted. Mugnlllcent view. New, at
tractive bungalows, furnished und un
furnished. Choice frult-bcaring trees
on grounds Bargains. Liberal terms.
Address J, Rock, 9th Ave. and Pa
iolo, Kalmuki. 5082-tf
Nice bungalow at Kalmuki. Location
beautiful; fine homes adjacent. Will
sell cheap for cash or an easy terms.
See Wulter II. Bradley, care Kal
muki Land Co, Ltd., Box 420.
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, sola agents for
Four building lots, corner Kuplolnnl
and Spencer Sts. (oceun lew). Ap
ply on premises, or uddrcss "V. K.
N. Bulletin. 5107-Ct
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
StHxllS 12000; easy terms. Don
dero & Lansing; 13 Merchant St.;
Phone 25(3, 4963-tf
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1(01.
Furnished house, five rooms; privilege
of renting house. Both reasonable.
Opposite Ncrmal School. 1028-tt
Remington typewriter No. 7, in first
clans condition. P. O. Box 114, Ho
Cottages and lots on carllne, Kalmuki,
H. Gorman, 1136 Alakea SL
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton wil.
A. V. Gear, 1314 Fort SL; P. i. V"
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad
ping books, at Bulletin olllce.
Received, by the last steamer, LIN'
QERIE and TAILORED WAISTS,
FALL 8UIT8 and RAINCOATSi also
ONE-PIECE BROADCLOTH GOWNS
Mrs. Fe Zeave
68 YOUNO BUILOINQ
NEW 8TAMPINO PATTERNS
Try sums of the new
"Red Seal" Recorda by
famous artists . .
Furnished house, complete, with three
lieilruom nnd equipped itlnliiK-rooni
unit kitchen. Must be tmiderate In
price. House required for threo
months nnd perhaps longer. State
terms', location nnd when can be
seen In reply. Address "I). 1). D.",
terms, locution nnd when enn he
seen In reply. Address "I). 1). D.",
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd., I
34A North Beretanla St.; Chas. E.
Frasher, manager. 4941-tf
Rnllway mall clerks. Honolulu exam
inations announced Jun. IK. Sample
questions free. Franklin Institute,
Dept. 4GC-K, Rochester, N. Y.
Good tailor, bustit-ltr nnd presser.
United Tailors, Kaplolanl Bldg, Ala
kea St. 6071-tf
Mnn who understands the grocery bus
Inosr Address "459." Uulletln ollUe.
All old buggy.
P. O. Box 813.
. 1117 FORT STREET
ROSA Jl CO.
Battled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Qneen Streets
I acific 3
KINO AND NUI'ANTJ STRKETI
TO IALI AT ALL 1AM
thej'r all ood fl-
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort 0. H. Daviei. Proa
Phone '026. P. 0.
Public spirited men nnd wnfiieu are
lilatinliiK o ilrroriile automobiles for
Ihe Klerul Parade. Are )ou one of
I hem I
House is rented toniorrow
If advertised today.
Never fails to happen ;
It's the Bulletin classified way.
- s,MK.!r- -
to exterminate rats, mice, cock
roaches, waterbugs, etc.
Ready (or use. Hotter than traps.
Money back If it fails
28e and $1.00. Sold everywhere.
TURIU' lltCTMC PASTE CO., Mileage, III.
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hats
FORT STREET PHONE 1109
the BICYCLE DEALER and U
PAIRER, hai moved to
180 KIHO IT1II1
New location- Red front, naai
Young Building telrphons 8518.
The Best Milk You Can Use
May's Old -Kona Coffee
Bast In the Market
H E, N R Y MAY, C O.
Phone 1271 ,
BOSTON LUNCH ROOM
Meals at All Hours
Day and Night . .
I.UNCIII'.S PUT 111 AND SUNT OUT
BIJOU LANE - NEAR THEATER
Men's Tan Calf Button Oxford A New
Stylet a New Last
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO, LTD.
Regal Shoe Store,
1158 FOIIT STRICT PIIONK 3C01
ANZAI 8HOE 8Tr
retania 8tr..t, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Parade helps llunolii.
Do )ou Hunt In help!
WILL USE VETO
(Assnei,,.,.) Press Table. ,
ST. IMrrr.llSIII'Hn, Hus-il.i, Decent-
bor I". The rnrilKti olllce today ts-
Mini nn nlllclnl declaration that thu
ltiimhiii niiihasuiiliir nt Washington!
has not formally protested against tliu'
iliimritlim of the treaty between tin-
Culled states and Russia.
There Is considerable Interest here
in reirml I,, the riotehiiiiiieiiti which .
ir.nv follow tho nlirintiitloii of the pre I
ciit treaty, Iml no exeltement, as It of Lob Angeles county and tell what
Is belle-, oil that It will lie followed "'" Lliow about the explosion uf dv
liy n new treaty, j iiiiml to lli.it destioycd the hiillilliiK
President Warns Senate. I0' " '" Atmeles Times. Their
WAHIIIWlTflN. Deromlier 17. The names haw been tre.uetitly metitlon-
ntmosphete In dlploniallc circles has M I" nmiiectlon with the trial of .1. J.
cleared considerably since the pass-i"! ' McNuniara. who reroiiFy
ace or CoiiKicsBiuan Sulre-'H resold- "loaded Kiilll) to the rlmrso of b'nw
tlon for the nliniRallnn of the ticiity "'R "l the Llewellyn lion Works nuil
wllh Himln, follimliiK Hie Ktiiiul . l TI""-, '"'"lillns lespeelUely.
which has Ikjiii taken hy Piesldent'
Tnrt I BELLICOSE CANADIAN
The President has sent a mossatro PREDICTS DIG WAR
to tho senate, which will proh.ihlyl NIiW YOHK. Dacemli r 17. Jehu
..,.i ., it,.. imMtv ii.iiiormw. w.irnlniT.lrlfntliB, a inenilur of the Ciiiadliui
tho senators to tespect Ilic vellum
iichs of Internalloiial telatlous.
May Veto Resolution.
It Is practically ceitaln nt this
tlmo that tho senate will concur In
'he icsoliillon of Ihe hoiivc for the
aluo'tallon of the tieaty, hut in :t m
tllleil foim ami In diplomatic I.iiikii
oRe. It was stale I here this cteninir,tlint
TireHlilMiil Tuft will nndmilitedlv pti
ihe snlrne resolution lii p.... Ii should i
he forced IIhoiikIi Uio senate tu the'
rnrm In ulilel, ll I, lKso.1 tin .
GEN'L WOOD FAVORS CANTEEN.
WASHINGTON, Deccnilur 17.
Reiietal Leonard Wood, chief if start
of the Army, has mlmiltted his re
liort to the wiir ilcpjtttncnt, iiuk nx
icrtaln recommendations which arc
of Interest lo tho entile caimtiy, and
especially lo tho Army.
The principal recommendation, and
one which is sure to ciuio a protest
fiont prohibitionists, is that one fiivoi
Iiik the recstablliOitneul of the can
teen nt army iist.
Another is for tho concentration of
heavy KttrrlMius tu Hie l'anami '.one
in conuectjou with tljp foltJllc.i)loiiH.
SCALDS AND WRECKS
SEATTLH, December 17. A seri
MiH accident took place today on tho
elciini'dilp City of l'uebla, when n cy
linder head wui blown oil and Chief
Kimliieer Heed was priihahly fatally
Tho explosion practically wrecked
the Krcat cneine and caused much
oilier ilumnc,e. inero wero no pis
seuKers on board at the time of thu
SHOPMEN THREATEN BIO
STRIKE IN SYMPATHY
CIIIOAnO, December 17. It wn
asserted hero this ccnliiR that u Run
er.il stilhe hy tho railway shopmen
on all of the Hues between this clt)
end the Paclllc Coast Is threatened
ut of s)iupithy with thu striking
men mi the llurrlman Hues, It is pro
hahlo that the trouble will result In
n eonfeietice between tho represen
lathes of the unions an. I thu rail
mails at St. Louis tomorrow.
SHANdllAI, December 17. He
ports from the Interior of China aiu
desperate and the startling news has
reached this city that millions of ei
;lo aio aetually Blarvlnt; to death,
lue to a combination of Hoods, poor
crups ntid tho desolatliiK war.
Tiiiik Hliao Yl, who Is to present lug
"remler Yuan Hhih-Kal nt tho peaco
conference which benaii hero )estcr-
ilay. Iris arrived and expresses tho
hope that a satisfactory agreement I
may be ipilekly reachcil lo end tlio'
sufferiiiKs of thu people
A VANDERBILT WEDDING.
LONDON, December 17. Alfred
Vanderlillt of New York, and Mrs
Mollis McKlui wero married hero to
day. LLOYD GEORGE IS '
VICTIM OF A88AULT
LONDON, December 17. l).ild
Lloyd (It'orge, chuntellnr of thu cn
rlieqtier, was seriously Injured jestar
day hy n aluno hurled ut lilin by a
Miato supporter of I ho Htirfrugettc
cause. The minister was lent lug a
meeting of tho Women's 1, born!
I.e.iguo, which ho hail u Idreed.
when the ass mlt tuck l luce. Tho
siiffragetlo supisirtor, angered at the
'itlltiulo of tho Mheinl iw eminent in
refusing to inako tlio proposed Suf
tragetlo Hill a gmornieoat measure
'iml further exusporaled hy somo of
tho wotds of the IJbsral kmler, mat
lilni and thiow n heavy stone, cutfng
Moyd (leorgu's faeo ind remlurln
IiJiii teinpnriitily unconscious.
GRAND ARMY BISHOP
OF ARIZONA IS DEAD
LOS ANOni.KH, Dei ember i7.
Julii .Mills KunilrlrjiMlnQyir Arl-
zona am! Now llgxtwi prominent
I'plMiip.ill.iu, died Inn" jc.'xlcnl.n. lie
has n Grand Arm) otoran. having
rered Willi the Thlrt)-thlrd Ohio. Ho
was nril'ilnt'il n rlesl in lifi". Iinvliiv
1 digued Ids commission In Hie :i iu.
Kioni 1S78 In 18fc3 lie wns gonoril
missionary In the Diocese of Mouth
orn Ohio. being consecrated ns bis ton
Jnnuary 18, 1SS9.
FATAL EFFORT TO ESCAPE.
AltlZI't:, Mexico, December 17 -
Ilnfnol lldliiom, the noted gilerllii
loader, was killed hcie eterday an 1
two nf his follnwcis weio ieerolv
'idcd. following an attempted
cape rriim Jill.
CALLED IN DYNAMITE CASE
LOS ANOKLKS. December 17 Ai
I"" Johansen olid Olaf Tvoltmoo. Ijb
"' leaner, the one of Sn'ita ltnst and
the other of Han Francisco, nrr.ved
Here laM night In answer In a SI11H-
"' to appear lioforo the Brand Jnn
parliament ami n su purler of Pre
mier Ilorilcii, predicts that I lie threat
ened war between (Ireat Ilrltalu and
(lermatiy will be fouulit out within tho
next six )ears.
SAN ANTONIO. Ten, l)ccemhr
17. The (.ecrctnty of Cloneral lleinado
lieges, neail oi ine p m hkhiiki iiu
;;o eminent of President Mnilein, wits
nrrestnl lieie jeslcrdny aflcrnooii hy
v" ,",nl,, l'erntle of the llnll-
'" nillll-s K"U1 llllli-lll. I le WHS I'll irK
ed with violation of the neutrality
laws between the two lepublles.
WIN DIG 4IACC
Ni:V YOHK. Ili-cein'ier 17.
"IneVIe" Clark and ".lue" Foluer, one
of the American teams entered, win
,ln the six-day hle)cle rnro ut Malison
Square Harden, llilsliel list tUKlit
IClKbt teams were euteied, iiieluillut:
HoIkIiui, French and Oorinan eom
bltiatlons. Uircnz and llaldow, tlio
Cermnti team wetc favorites at the
start, liu Iiik come ftom Kuropc ex
pressly fur the tlieo after limlnK won
IiIk humus In vailous Kiiiopeau meets.
The winners covered two tliousitul,
"teven liiinilred and elitliU'cii inlles In
the six days.
VANDERBILT UNDER KNIFE.
NUW YOHK, December 17. Corn
II H3 Vanilcrbllt III was operated on
)estei-Jay for appendlclllts. Tho op
eration was successful.
I10STON. December 17. Keen! p
lltlcal developments thrniiRhout the
country have rendered the hope of
President Taft's friends for his re
nomination Imppsslhlo of fill 11 linen t,
according to (llrfjrd Plnrhot, former
chief forester under President Itooso
vclt, nnd warm lwrsonal friend nnd
political ally of tho ex-chief execu
tive. The statement wns made In an nd-
diess dcllere, by htm hire lust night,
and the former member of the lentils
cabinet went on tu suv tint the na
lion as ii whole. Is turning toward Sen-
utor Hubert La Follctte, of Wlscon
aln, and that Icudcr'H isillclea and
Continuing. Mr. Plnchot added Hint
unless tho Republican party uIhiiiIiiuk
I tho stand pat nttltudo of niMiy of It.i
present leaiieis Its iisetullicyH hi.i
passed and that tlio e iiu'iy would
!mo no usu uf it who-i the time
should come to cast Ihe otes.
Til' Two Orphans packed til' Idle
Hour lait night. Th' reel went from
here t' Morgnntown. What's become
o' th ole neighbor that never brought
th' Irons bach till the run out of
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
C. Q. Yce Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telaphona No. 3451
FINE LINE 01 DRY O00DS
WAII YING CII0NG
Ring Street, Ewa Fuhmarkel
Wing Chong Co.
EMU ST.. UTAH BETHIL
Dealer ir. Furniture, Mattreitea,
itc, etc All kinds of KOA and Mlt
IION FURNITURE made to order
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL O00DI
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
41 Nuuttiin, near Kina; Street
And Cloth of AI Quality C ,
K 0 Dor 901 Telephone 1731
COTION CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1248 FORT ST, ABOVE BERETANIA
Iliiest the I'lural
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Buying or Selling a Home
The world'! thought centers about tha
nuglc word Borne.' Yon want one If
you have none. Maybe yon have on to
Sell so that you may Buy a better one.
In either case you want to pick front
acorea of bargalna. It la cheaper to Buy
than to Build. Our little Want Ada will
put you In touch with the right people
quickly, eailly and for but a few pen
nies In cost. Glance over the Seat Es
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