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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, FEB. 26, 1912.
House of three bedrooms, four cloets,
sitting-room, dining-room, pantry,
kitchen, bathroom; gas and electrla
lights. Freshly painted tint thor
oughly repaired,' mosquito - proof,
l-urge chicken yard. On two car
lines nnd three minutes' walk from
third llne."W. it. Katon. llulletln of
fice. Key tit corner grocery, King
nnd McCufly Sts. 61&0-tf
No 111S I.unulllo St. Hlx rooms; mod
ern; cool. Kent $3S. Apply at 1327
Pensacula Ht. 6133-tt
The property known m the Wilder
building, corner of Poet nnd Quten
treat. Dimensions 4 txH. The build
ing will be remodeled to eult tenant
Apply to 'C Brewer St Co , Ltd.
FURNISHED HOOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 UereUnla St Electrla light
and running water la each room.
I'rlce reasonable; J, U. Townaond,
Clean fuinliihed rooms; 00c a night,
12 11 neck. 1281 Fort St.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
office. Address "B. It.', Bulletin of
" ' I,
Tilt: AltaONAUT ltooms 112; with
board, W. 627 Beretanta Bt.J Phone
1301. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hue
face cottage, We'klkt Qentlemen
Large airy room for couple, with board.
In private family. 1942 King 8t
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apply 13CG King St.; Phone 2(99.
Three furnished cottage with , board,
1049 Beretanla St. f, pp7-tf
PHOST SALOON Fine wipes and liq
uors. Call and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Beretanla' and afaunakea, Sts.
Flowers, Lets to order at Julia Kale
klela, Pauahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 8174.
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2(11. Young Hotel Bland; Charles
Any kind secdnd-hand furniture bought
and sold Mattresses made to order,
II Suzuki, cor. Vineyard and Kinma
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by 8. Miyamoto. HI
cycle supplies and repairing. All
make; new and second band. Ill
King St. 4141-ly
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Qeorge Yamada, general, .contractor.
Estimates furnished. 2(11 UcCandlesa
Bldg.; Phone 2U7.
e ' ' ' ' 'Mgg'
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
sumoto, 900 Alukea Bt, near King.
Phone 1756. ' .070-11
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino
help. 10J9 Bethel St.; Tel. 3871.
Contracting done. tjlto-lm
Japanese Employment Office Ito, Ber
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
2668. ' 6129-tf
Y. Nuknnlshl, 34 Beretunla St., near
Nuuanu. Phone 3899. 5160-lm
Bldg, King St.
Tel. 2913. Wally
Pacific Electrla Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motor and
generators of all capacity for (ale.
134 S. Beretanla St.; Te. JUL
First-class livery turnouts at reason1
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
848 King; phone SBSI.
Honolulu Expert Window Cleaning Co
417 Queen St. Tel. 3807. We clean
windows In prlvote residences and
do Janitor work. Satisfaction guar
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
HI Hotel 8tret Phone 2111
'We lead, others follow," In, the manu
facture of carbonated beverage. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
1022. Honolulu Boda Water Co., Ltd.,
MA North Beretanla BL; Chat. H.
Fraeher, manager. 441-tf
Railway Mall Clerks $60 month. Ho
nolulu examination May 4. Prepar
ation free, Franklin Institute, Dept,
43SM, Bochcster, N. Y. SlCt-lm
Solicitor), for work somewhat similar
to subscription soliciting. Address
"J. 11", core Bulletin otllto.
To rent gentle horse and buggy for
extended period. Address, "W. V. B",
Experienced fruit man wants to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco Small
weekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating. Address
E. Vlnce, 412 Davis St. 111.6-lm
Experienced salesman desires position.
Resident of Honolulu past three
years. Married; temperate; local
references. Address "Salesman," P.
O. Box 275. MC4-1W
'Young man for otllce work
Oil Co.' office.
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club and Moana Hotel, Ad
dress "It, r.", cure Bulletin,
Pass book No. 5047 of the First Amer
ican Savings and Trust Co. Please
return to bank. BlS0-3t
Lady's hundbag on l'unulio" St., near
Blnghum. Please return to Bulletin
The Transo envelope time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipt. Bui
letla Publishing Co., sole agent for
New 5-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
66Vix21l; 12000; easy terms. A. 11.
Dondero, S3 Merchant St.; Phone
Royal Navy bicycles. Something new.
Js'lckel rims, free wheel, double brake,
140. Walker's Rice Mill, Kawalahao
Folding 4A Kodak ,'n perfect condition
with case and tripod; at a bargain
Inquire ut Bulletin office.
Bargalna In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hill. "Pratt," 101 Btaa-
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1101.
Eggs for Hatching Uurrcd Rocks,
White Leghorns, Black Mlnorcas. 11
a dozen. Phono 2033. 6165-lvv
dentin driving horse, harness and easy-
riding phaeton. Cheap, AddresH P.
O. Box 204. 6165-Ct
Maxwell runabout; cheap. California
Harness Shop, Merchant and Rich
ard Sts. C152-2W
One share dividend-hearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Slwel, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad (hip
ping book, at Bulletin office. if
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Weur a solid gold watch or dlamonl
ring. Puy u little ach payday. No
security. Low prices; goods guar
anteed. J. Carlo, Fort St.
PUP8 FOR 8ALE.
Qooil watchdog pups for sale. Inquire
(J. II. Ilnlley, Walalae Ranch.
Dr. Maclemmn hus returned and re
sumed practise, 74 King St., opp.
Advertiser Office, 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
and C tn 7. GUC-lm
MEN'S 8HIRT8 AND COLLARS
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadls, Prop.
777 KING STREET PHONE 1481
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
YY- etl -I
ARK Till: LATEST CREA
TIONS AT PRICES WITHIN
ItEACH OF ANYONE DESIR
OUS OI' THE BEST.
113 HOTEL 8T.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLINQ
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLE8
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
I acific J
K1NU AND MUIIAMJ 8TKKETS
FOIl SALE AT ALL HA 118
they're nil good fel-
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nn Fort. P. II. Pails, l'rop,
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOUSE FURNISHING Q00D8
Collin Block Telephone 3591
K. U. HAM, & SON, LTD.
Cor. King und Fort St., HONOLULU
Hardware, I'nlnts and Oils, Hhln-
chandlery, Mores, Crockery, Glass-
ware and hllchcu Utensils 1 Npurtlug
Goods, Unas, UeiiilTfrs nnd Ammuni
tion. I F I T'8 PAINT
And you want a good job, see me
SHARP 8I0N8 ARE SEEN
worth advertising then
advertise it for sale. In any
A Tonic Free from
Are you pale, weak, easily tired,
and do you lack nerve power?
Ask your doctor if Ayer's Sar
saparilla would not be good for
you. He knows, and will ad
vise you wisely. Not a drop of
alcohol in this medicine. It
puts red corpuscles into the
blood, gives steady, even power
to the nerves ; and all without
stimulation. Make no mistake.
Take only those medicines the
best doctors endorse. Ask your
r-TM-. l, Dr. I. C. A)f A C... I ...It. Kin , U. S. A,
1117 FORT 6TREET
Bread Baked Daily
You can have yeur order changed
dally and be supplied with any l
these varieties from
11M NUUANU BT.
lia the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FOBT STSZST
Hotel 8tret, Near Fort
M. A. GUNST & CO. AfleiltS
business is not.
HE WILL IN
f Associated Tress liMf )
NITW YOllK, N Y., Fell. 23. For
mer President Roosevelt has finally
nntinmiccd his determination to be
come, a candidate for nomination as
President again This fact became
known here today, when the contents
of sceu letters sent to different Oov-
crnorH, firm friends and known adhe
rents or the ltoue.li Hitler, wero pub
lished Ono of them. Oovcrnor
Stuhbs of Kuns.iR, Is known to hnvo
hecn cognizant of tho Colonel's doter
mlnatlon for some time.
Summed up, tho letters nro nil to
the Bamo general effect. They state
that Itoosovelt will "accept the nomi
nation If It Is tendered," Ho contin
ues, "I shall adhere to this determina
tion until the couentlon expresses a
preference for some ono else."
The letters contain no Intimation
that the Colonel will begin campaign
ing at mice, but It Is hellocd that he
will start liln friend Into tho field
without delay and that Urn fight
against Tnft from now on wlli he hot.
The letters rontnlncl n reielltlon of
the outllno of his platform, guen In
Cleveland the other day
TaTt Deeply Hurt.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Teh. 25.
President Taft was Informed today of
tho contents of the lettor sent by The
odoro Itoosexclt to seven Itepnbllcaii
tloernorH throughout tho country, but
declined tn make any comment on the
now cWdeht fact that he Is facing as
a rival the ox-Prcsldent,
Karllcr In the day he had been nsk
ed for a statement on the p illtlc.il sit
nation as It then appeared to him, and
ho reiterated his assertion of confi
dence In the decision of the conven
tion and Inter on of the peoplo at the
"1 know that we nro In tho right,
nnd I trust that the eoile wilt realize
It. Tho result Is In their hands," ho
After tho news of Mr. Rooseelt'B
stand reached him, thoso who wero
closest to him declared he showed
how deeply hint he was at the former
President's action, Kven to them,
however, he declined to m.iko any
No Third Party.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21. It
was officially nnnounced hero tonight
at the Itoosevclt headquarters that
the Colonel would comply with tho
verdict of tho national convention. If
that lioily falls lo nominate film when
It meets In Chlcngo, ho will nhhlo by
Its command nnd will not attempt to
form u third wnty outside of tho Hn
Piiiillcan rold. Tins slntemeht wns
made In answer to report that had
gained currency to tho effect that tho
cx-Presldcnt would fight If defeated
In tho r.it'o for tho iiomlnullou
MISS WILSON IS
NOW IN 8AFETY,
r.l. PASO. Toxas, Feb. 25. Hlonor,
tho daughter of Woodrow Wilson,
re.ichcil hero this afternoon, after an
exciting period, when she was practi
cally the prisoner of a bond of Mexi
can bandits. Her coming was tho sig
nal for an ovation.
The city Is Intensely cxclteal. Citi
zens have asked and obtained ermls
slon to nrm against a po.tnllilo Inva
sion. It Is known that the rebels have
eucaniied nt tho little town of Han
dle, fifteen or twenty inllci; south of
Juarez, where they nro said to be
awaiting the nrrlval of one thousand
men with rifles and ammunition,
Ulspalches from Torreon. Moxlco
stale that the4 city Is In a stnto of
siege, and that food supplies aro run
nlng low and n famine Is threatened'.
M010 than a thousand Yusrpilstns aio
encamped around tho town und havo
threatened lo cut off the wuler supply,
as I hey have already done tho regular
rood supplies. The city Is totally Uo
luted and helpless.
WASHINGTON, n. C. Poll. 25. It
was stuled today that a Senate rcso
lutlon conferring permission iion tho
President t ordor troops Into Mexico
If found necessary to protect Ameri
can IIvcb and proierty would ho
passed soon. This step Is considered
hero ns u measure merely to prevent
fighting mi near the line as to endan
ger persons living 011 tho American
side, as was tho case at Douglas Arl
zona, during tlio fight at Agua Prlela,
In tho last revolution, It was explain
ed louay mat such a resolution would
not bo a violation of the neutrality
lawB, nor an evasion of the presedeut
sot when Unlttxl States Marlni'B have
landed In foreign soil In tho nbsenco
or constitutional troow.
STRIKER8 AND POLICE
FIGHT PITCHED BATTLE.
LAWItKNCP. Mass.. Feb, 25. Stri
kers nnd their sjinpathlzors this aft-
tor a huihtng
COIlnh. i a I fc 4 ., ;.
2I11II 'Iff I ifTm
, vrjvo or e
neat, cuyh ami
ci noon met the iiollcc In n pitched
h.ittle, and ilnivo tho olllcers In utter
lotile Ihioiigh Hie slucts Tlio strik
ers were armed with clubs and stone
The situation wbb saved by tlio arriv
al of the State tnllltla, called nut some
dajB ngo by Governor Koss
During the fight the iollce used
their clubs to little effect although a
number were seriously hurt With
the arrival of tlio troops tho mob dis
persed, hut not until their leaders had
forced n promise from the clty'B offi
cio. that the exportation of chlldicn
would be Btopiied. This of Into has
been the chief trouble In settling thei
strike, although the condition of the'
nungsters Is pitiable.
PRAY FOR RAIN.
SAN KItANCISCO, Cnt.. Feb 2'..
Catholics of this city today joined In
services of prn,ver for rain Tho dis
trict has been suffering from lack of
moisture, tho most 'severe felt In ten
STORM KING HOLDS
MIDDLE WEST AGAIN.
KANSAS CITY. Mo, Feb. 25 Te-i
Inches of snow has fallen over the
length nnd hreadlh of Knns.is nnd
Missouri, The snowfall has been ac
companied by high winds, Ab a re
sult the tralllc throughout bold States
Is reiorted demoralized, nnd many of
the smaller towns aro cut off from the
Iir.lllllT. Turkey, Keb. 5. The
bombardment of tho Italian warship-)
has ended The city Is Jn ruins and
lcrfectly quiet. More than sixty dead
have been picked up In the streets.
and the list of wounded runs to more
than two hundred.
VICTIMS OF TORNADO.
l.lTTI.i: ROCK. Ark., Feb. 25 A
tornado Rwept through tho southern
tier of counties of this State Uifs aft
ernoon, nnd left seven dead In Its
wake. Die gale, which at times
reached n velocity variously estimat
ed at between fifty and ono hundred
tulles nn hour, did nn enormous
amount of damage. It is reported that
at least a score of xrsons wero In
jured. Some were picked up nnd
hurled from their feet n dlstuuco of
several ards, others suffered by be
Ing struck wllh pieces of flying de
hrls. No estimate of the money iliuii
ngo has yet been made.
WASHINGTON. I). C, Feb 25. In
tervention In the affairs of tho Mexi
can Itepubllc by the United States np
lears to be nearer than at any time
In the past year and n half of revolu
tionary troubles ucross tho border.
President Tnft yesterday held a
long conference with the Secretary of
War nnd tho Assistant Secretary of
State concerning matters In Mexico.
As a result- of theso conferences
troops will ho ordored to enter Mex
ico If It Is deemed necessary to protect
American lire and prnierty.
Orders have been Issued by tho War
Department for troops throughout tho
country to bo held In readiness.
No Quarter In Battle.
TORREON, Mcx Feb. 25. Mn
dero hns Issued orders to his com
manding officers to leavo no wounded
nnd to tako no prisoners. Ilia lati
tude Is one of relentless reslstanco to
Orozco Not In Ranks.
M1CX1CO CITY. Mox., Feb. 25. It
Is denied here that Genoral Orozco
Trovlno has joined the revolutionists.
INTO PRESIDENTIAL RACE
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 25,
Congressman Underwood of Alabama
has formally entered the Presidential
race. Announcement was mndn here
yesterday of his campaign plans,
which Include a vigorous preliminary
skirmish leading up tn the convention
Underwood first came Into promt'
nenco In nutlonul isillllcs through Ills
anti-Cannon light. He is chairman of
tho Committee on Ways and Means,
and a recognized. Democratic leader
In his section of the South, Ills
home Is lllrmlngham, Alabama, whore
ho haB nn extensive' law practice.
8TRIKERS FIGHT OVER
REMOVAL OF CHILDREN
LAWRPNCP. Mass., Feb. 25, -
Twenty-Beven ponplo, several of
them women, were nrrested in a dis
turbance hcio yesterday resulting
from an attempt on the part of philuii
Ihroplcolly Inclined persons to send
thirty children of tho strikers to tem
porary homes In Philadelphia.
Thoy were arraigned In the I.nw-
retire Pollco Court and all of them
were given small lines.
The condition of many strikers'
families Is dcsjieruto. and In splto of
the efforts that huvo already been
made tho relievo the suffering among
children, thero nro still hundreds who
WAR VESSELS IN
WITH GALE AT 8EA
(San Francisco to Kahukii Wireless
I.OS ANOPI.PS, Cal. Feb 25
Three war vessels fioni S.111 Pedio
lost i flerco batllu with a g.ilo nt mm
justeiduy und weio driven hark to
K)il It was the stlffest blow that h.ii
been exirenced In tho pist thirty
jeurs along the P.icllle Coast. The
war vessels headed nut Into It hohll),
hut after being hulfeted for a short
A llm,lf, in, a4 ll?e mmnl t Hon-
kill Ho. Ho wilkoal c.liI Ibe lluMCk ll
!( Ul,4 IU MttCK lot ikltlT , .
T lt irnn4 tlfonllr iMlitrik. Im''
with mit britli, bllMf tMf.m
Ibt oictliro,(. in4 ,to,lktionb, imtIhm
III fl(klt lllMlfllf ll lBllbl IO Mlklll
lib rI (bllitin ani I lalticit
tonf i iiit lor iiitllptl.i booHH.
Tfr Cifiolmf And
rillc Tbteil Tlblrll
Ittl Ibc lirilil'4 Ibroil.
Thir in llmplf. Iffccl
11 in inillrptir OI
,011 dnitlil or Irom oi,
10 la llimpi.
6 Cwlleset St.. N. T.
Nobuddy ever tried t' act surprlnd
an' got' away with It. Th' feller tint
jumps at conclusions alius lights on
his neck. I don't know whether cigar
ettes are doped er not, but I do know
a feller kin set clean thro' a show with
out tmokin' a pipe.
ANNEXING OF TRIPOLI
RATIFIED BY SENATE.
(San Francisco to Kahukii Wireless.)
ROMP. Italy, Feb 26. The Seu-
ate estcrday passed the bill for the
annexation of Trlioll by a vote of '431
to 38, amid enthusiastic cheering from
the floor of tho chaivbcr and from th
Helpless City Bombarded.
I1BIRUT, Turkoy, Feb. 24 An Ital
ian, flotilla has" liomli.irded the city
killing sixty persons nnd woundtn
many. A demand was made to sur
render tho city and the wnrshlps op
ened flro without waiting for a reply
EFFORT IS MADE TO
AVERT GREAT STRIKE,
(Snir Frnnclscn to Kahukii Wireless.)
LONDON, Pug., Feb, 25 Another
conference of ,a committee of Cabinet
members with doputallons of coal mi
ners wns held yesterday, the object
being to securo some concessions to
otrer the miners In exchange for their
consent to a susiiensloii of tho strlk
notices calling out ono hundred thou
MANY MILLIONS FOR
RIVERS ANO HARBORS.
WA8II1NOTON. D. C, Feb. 25.
Tho House has completed' Its consid
eration of the rivers and harbors bill,
which calls for a total appropriation
of I2S.9G5.010. The bill carries 1100,
000 for, Kahuliil Harbor and $76,000 for
dredging Kuhlo liny. Hllo.
GLA8GOW DOCK STRIKE
BROUGHT TO AN END.
(San Fronclscp (9 Kahukii Wireless)
Ni:V YORrt.'N. Y.. Feb. 25. The
dock strlko at Glasgow, which bs
ueu up snipping for tho past flv
weeks, is nt nil end. Satisfactory set
tlement has been iiiado between the
wnrrlng factions and work will bo re
sumed by the strikers Monday.
(San Francisco to Kahukii Wlreloss )
CAPP IIAYTIPN la)ll, Feb, 25.-
It Is rumored hero that the revolution
aries wero repulsed In an attack upon
Monlo ('In lull, leuvlng sovernl wound
ed upon the field.
rtkfsR jLvstvLy r I
There ure more limn tidy sugar
plantation., In ilanall. American. Ha
twill roiiliilns a description with ac-
urate slulNllis of cicry property.
Seo Peloruus Jack yourself. H It
shown guiding us through the Rapids
of Peloious Hound safely1. Opera
House Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, only.
II u 1 1 1 1 u Hunt Ads villi Und It.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST, NEAR KINQ T.
Crepe Goods ,
('On OX CIIKl'rXiHlUUTS, KIMONOS
AMI PAJAMAS ,
Odd Follow.' Block
time gave up an uneven fight nnd re
turned to San Pedro, , , .
.,m8 PORT ST, ABOVK BEHEXAMi
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