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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 1, 1912.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
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Large and Small Bottles
Special Attention Paid to Family Trade
Lovejoy & Co.,
Waite Grass Rugs
All Sizes Colors Varieties
Coyne Furniture Co.
Dollied by the Olympia
Gorisalves fc Co., Ltd.,
, ,74k Queen St
Well Drilling: Co.
P. M. POND, President
Kfl about (jottinu an ARTESIAN WELL on your property.
Arrived cm S.S, Lurliite Feb. 1 4
American Mofors Co.,
CORNER ALAKEA AND HOTEL STREETS PHONE 3009
QEO. C. BECKLEY, Sole Distributor
Quality Table Wines
902 NUUANU STREET
At tlieir Doltllnu Work.,
NEW AUTOMOBILE CLUB PLANNED
BY PROMINENT MOTORISTS OF CITY
Tlio Did automobile (.hilt that once
Ilotirlshtd In Honolulu Is to lie revived,
iictoidlng to the latest news, mul will
ho millt up ugiiln dm it Ms scale, with
sunn of Hip ht'liclwil uf Honolulu's
motorists behind the undertaking
It will bo revived on n somewhat
iln"c;ient plan from tlio Inst, which
went to piece iMrtly became tlio meiii
btrshlp hccimio oil Indiscriminate the
amateur mul good roads features wcro
sometimes lost night of.
I 1'. It. Iscnhcrg Is one of the men
originating tlio plan for the new uu
tomojdlc cluli, which will he launched,
DUKE COO COMPETE UNATTACHED
l.o al sportsmen are beginning to
bcllevt that tho men who sent Dulto
Kuhiiiinmoku and Vlucint Oenovts
UltliiS oil to the mainland on their
Hying trip to get Into tho Oh mule
swimming trials shnuhl hno heeded
the advice ofsatne of thu wise ones
who bad u plan to inter tho two Is
land bojs, one of them at least, un
Wt T nuwlin, who is as well post-
d on iiiiiatcur athletics as nnhody In
the Islands iiuil who has kipt In touch
with ntbletlc affairs er since be
Mnrrul for Yule, was ono of the mill
who advised that Duke bo entered In
tho rlvvctllsli games unattached. He
luetic d that this would give Duke
plenty of time to work out on tho"
tiiiilnlniid on his way to .Sweden, and
Hint he would hiivo the bcntllt ofet-
PLANS ARE UP
l)licii8Ioii of uildltlunql plans In
COllllCCtlflU with tlio ft II 111 IT In nf t ho
'low-fjfng hulilsTu the Kcnalu dlstilct
and for currjlug out part of tlio
sclicnio proposed some lime auo by
ncucrnl Mucomli for it hniilcvnrd along
tlio Ala Miuim road wns tiikon up at
it confcicnco held In tlio Ootcrnoi'D
office schtcrdny nftcriiimn.
Tliiiso prchciit were Oo oi nor lrcar.
Scciotary Mott-Snillh, Attorney Oeti
ernl Lindsay, Superintendent Camp
boll, Dr. .1, 8. 1,1. Pratt, president of
tlio Hoard of Health; Suneor W. A
wnll. (1 V. Denlson A. J. Judd and,
0, 1,. SorcmJon, the latter represent-
In tho Couiiulselon on Htiect Oradcs,
It was decided -.to carry out in part
Iho Ala Mnana Bcliome in so much an
the load bearing that name will ba
Btralglileiied out nnd n tpnee Kin feet
wldo set aside between' the road ami
tho ocean ho planted In grass and re
ben ed as a public park. In order to
cany out thin sehemo it Is necessary
Hint tho contractor for tlio big fill
must tako lils inutciinL from tho
In older In fill In tho whole district
It U estimated that iiiiotlior million
cubic yards of earth will ho required
in addition (ii tlio 230.000 mentioned
josteidny. Tlio cost of tho Job will
amount to soiuewhcio In-(ho vicinity
of half a million dollats.
Tlio Hawaiian hand will play this
evening nt thd Church KcstUnl nt
Kullhl, Tnnioriiiw nioiiiliig It will
llay at Iho ilep.irtuio of tho steamer
Mniichmln, nml Saliinlay evening at
tho KnlKlitb of I'jthlas hall. Sunday
afteiiioun a public band concert will
bo given at Kiiplolani Park..
'"" "' " In
act), LICK or Appru ca noiri iiuiirrnitZi
r; nlVVlnJ on btomtch. HlnaleJ IceUi
w.,....:...-...-,MY"-.--- - .
Inr Wm In Ptrmach after l"tinjt blck I
iiAiicua. it(ine3. uuieii nincutj
tlliouinesi. L tjrlnr. Drnru Fcrr.l
niaWti.3C.fvl.1n(4tniMit Hrlrht't Dil i
ptt, BUldr Trouble. I'fiUffiii, Rheu I
Misl.inrhntli. Ntrvnni DlsOfJen. SieD
Ujinft,Rfncv Worm i. Cure Con I
Stlpfttioni AnatmiC Jon jmon.
K Greit Tonte tor women.
$f.0n per botlli, 3 lor $2 Z0, 6 for $0.00
HONOLULU DRUG CoT
Ii til lt tin Wiiut Ads will Hud II.
It It probable, tdiortly nftir bin return
from the inalnbiml. A few dajs l.c
fore he went tinny ho outlined sumo
nf bin Ideas on the subject, but wus
not ready ut that tlmu to hi gin nc
tlve work on the project. lJx-(lnvern-or
Clcorgo II. Carter Is another of tho
men counted upon ns one of the back
ers of the movement.
Tho new club Is to ho for nm.itcur
mote.ilsts primarily, fnd will he n
booster for Rood roadH for the Islands,
for automobile refutation that will
stop the Joy-rldlng chauffeurs and for
the benelTt of the autuinohlllst n( Ha
peilence as well as of getting imps
tomed to tho changes of illm.ile and
water that ho wouldiyu to uinltrgo
on suih n long trip.
It was objected that Duke could not
outer unattached. Thereupon Itaullns
pointed out that Higgle Wnlk.r. the
Month African II) cr, entered the oljin.
pic Kamrs lpiattached and walloped (lie
other sprinters In tho luu-mcttr event.
He was certain tho rule bad nut been I
ihnngcd. and according to the rcient '
set of general regulations rccclvtd here,
the nthUtcs can compete unattached
provided they conform to the amateur'
regulations and make their tutry In
proper form. The tuo thousand dol
lars would have taken Duke to Hwc
den nil right.
lIowcMT, It's too late now to curry
out this plan.
THE FLIES HARD
II Athertnn C), and the follow lug one
Another successful coiifeicnco lnltHCl,! W- ItHKcnnin. It. Itletovv, A. 11
connection with tho'i.Piiblla Wclhuo Arlwlce. It, Rolilnon. - Ii.'A. Klls
oxhlhlt at l'.ilunm Settlement was orllt. C A White, I. Hcburlln, 1,. l'cr-
lieoplo listened attentively tcJ tlio va
rious addresses. (Icncrnl health and
social topics wero discussed, tho
speakers being Dm. Ramus, Iratt,
.McCoy und I'ntfossor Thompson, Jas
A. Hath, Jllog Hershcy, I A. Thurs
ton and others.
Dr. ItamiiH dealt with tho matter of
health and liyglcno In ronncctlon with
the, fly. Ho described tho cicle of tlio
Insect's life nn also Its filthy habits
ionowing him caiuo i)rs. McCoy
and Pratt, both of whom spoko on tho
saiho subject, tho former doallng with
tho cKies of liiBect-bdiiic diseases and
Iho way to break them; tho other on
ttllf elfin f.Wftu (if fit. Inf.. nil,... I.. .
--,.- .... ..... .. ... ,,, ,..it(.Fii in iriTt'iu
epidemics. Dr. I'rntt stated that that
Hoard of Health would ho tmahlo to
do nn thing with the flshmarket or
..... iook. 1U ..pposuo sjntid and In-
alstcd that tlio Hoard should bo ablo
lo onforco stilctly any law that might
oo on iiiu statin o books,
I'lofeusor Thompson gavo a sho'rt
talk on eugenics and tlio discussion
Kwiing around to hereditary criminal-'
iiy ami to the lobulations enforced i,j.iumiiiriiir, Itching scalp, railing lialr'or
somo of tho States and the necessity baldness, wo hnvo a remedy which wo
In others to prevent tho unfit from re-' l,e"cvo v'l" c'l'l'letely relievo these
piodiiciug their kind.
CHEER' GIRL WINNER,
OF ESSAY COMPETITION
Tho best essay written on "George
Washington and His Times," hy n
school child. In tho competition nr-
langcil by lion, Charles H. -Dickey, as
president of tho Soclciv or &.., t
Iho Hevoliitlon, and for which Ui wusl1"
offcicd, was won by James Woolavvay.
n student at tho Ccntnil Oianimar1 ,"""," ... ' i i"r.
School. Tho second ,i0 of 110 wntc",,,r. when It. loss lias boon brought
Tho second priio of 110 was
won by Harriet Nmtnii or the seventh
Kiado, Kaiiilani Hrlionl, Theio were
elghty-flm contestants ami bonie good
essays wero barfed because) the o
reeded tho number of words set out,
namely five bundled.
Vesterday morning Mr Dickey ls
lied the Kaiulaul Hehool ami picsontcd
llnnlct Norton wllh her pilzo. Over
kovoii hundred chlldiott weto pieseut
und they cheeicd Iho winner an sho
stopped roiwurd vvlicn Mr. Dickey had
concluded his hkicii or congratiila
tlou. Mm. 1'iaser on hcliair of tho
tearliciH In Iho school prohontod tlio
Itickj girl with a gilt fiom tho teach
cis and then leprescutntlves of each
class caiuo up and decorated her wllh
lels, Cheers for Iho winner fur Mr.
Dlclioj an.) Toi Miss Iiripist, thu
teathgr, colirjuded the ceieinoiilos,
Olhers may rlrriilatc iairrs linl llio
II ii 1 1 it tin N ailiillltcd lo lime the
I'or tho month of Pibruary theie
wero fori -ono two-ctTiturUs or mora
I rolled, dlvldid amongst thu following
, J Williams (7), J. Whine, . rrmir.
I and A. T Wisdom (1), R Cuuln, C
Ituntr, II l.ortiis, 1.. Ilernard ami O.
The gold stlikpln was won by
rioiilu witli :':i".
It may Ik) of lutircst to note that
C. 11. Atherton Ii tho only ono on tlio
board of dlrcflorH of thu Y. M. C. A.
to roll 200 or more. Mr Atherton did
that twice In the last two dnvs; nnd
who desirvis them more than he? No-
, - , 1
I4CI DCIII UIMTC nu uaio
Scalp and Hair Troulilco (Jcmrnllj
CaiiM-il llj Cari'lessiicts,
, . .
,)'"',ll,"rr ls contagious disease
V""'C . .y. " ",lcr',l' wlllch l8 nri"
than It Is to get rid of them, and a
sltiglo Btroko of an Infected (omb or
brush may well lead to baldness.
.Never trv on anvhodv nine's hut. Mtmv
ii hnt-hniid Is n restlnc nbieo for ml-
y1' ImiM'eii to ho troubled w'lth
troubles. Wo arc so sure of this that
wo offer It to you with the under
standing that It will tost )ou nothing
lor.tho trial It It docs not produce tho
results wo claim This remedy Is
called -Hoxall 'W Hair Tonic. Wo
honestly hcllcvo It to bo the most sci
entific remedy for bculp and hair
troubles, and wo know nf nothing clso
that equals It for effectiveness, be
cause of thu H'sults It has piodurcd
tl"",81in'1" r t'agc,,
IU'x",n "M" "a,r T"lc' '" Uevl"cl1
aoout. ny uisenso, ami maxo inn nair
naturally silk), soft and glossy. It
does this because It stimulates tho
hair follicles, destroys tho germ mat'
ter, nnd brings about a free, healthy
circulation or blood, which nourishes
the hair roots, causing them to tight
en arfd glow now hair Wo want ev
erybody who has any trouble with
hair or builp to know that wo think
that Rcxull "9a" itulr Tonic Is tlio
best hair tonlo and restorative, n ex
istence, and no ono should Morf at or
doubt this statement until thoy hnvo
put orir claims to a fair test, with thu
understanding that they pay uJf noth
ing for the teined) if It does not glvo
full und complete satisfaction In every
particular. Two sizes, f0 tents and
$1.00. -Heniember. nu can obtain Hox-
nil Itomodlcs In Honolulu only nt our
HloiotTIm eall Hliuo. Ilelisoll,
Smith ii. Co., Ltd, Pint nnd Hotel
Want uds In Iho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n bring
ACROSS U. S.
' i ' '
joii rich reluriis.
RANDOM SNAPSHOTS AT
Two good Imseliall gnines are sched
uled for mxt Kunilii) at Mollllll Thu
Coliirud.H will begin ii two-out-of-three
series with the Alt-IInwalls, and
the Atl-t hlntse and California nines
wilt mot The first game begins at
1 SO o'llofk
The Htewnrt Tup serifs, for the tro
phy donated by Charles .Slew art. tho
San IVanclsco hotel man, begins next
Sunday on the Oahu Country Club golf
Next Wednesday nfttrnoim the lla-
wnll nun Club wilt begin Its siiimmi
with n practice shoot on tin Knkniikn
A lot of Interest Is manifested In
tomorrow's track met between Mi I
Klnley High School and Oahu College '
2 OUT OF 3
Itasemau 2H llir.
II. I.ortus I i.o ir,;i
Hnrrl 10? 101
rcrgiism 121 1T.9
Klitow ICG lbt
770 70.! 2101
141 Ilk 2110
(lliar.l ir. 107 150 158
(' II Athirtou..l')4 127 IIS 38!)
llartvr lor, 12: ir,t sol
Hwiiln 17!) 711 727 47i!
I'nr the Cosmos Swain got both high
store mid nveragt, 17!) ami lis
l'or the l.tctls Itletovv was high man
both In storo and average. Hid and 158
Out of tlic , "oltlclul" scorers says
tljat Hants u) hcjioniis from Tuba
Harris rolled like n sick man In it
hurricane In tho llrst garni. He llnally
got Ills Itgs. .
The Ijittls took two out of tho
three games, ufler somo very close and
The Cosmos lire coming stronger
than ever now, and the other tilths
will have to "bowl" them
Tho ladles' auxiliary of tho l.iiitl
Club was out In full force iigiilu List
evening. The children wire there, too.
Olianl could have won the llrst pime
for his team If ba bad got !l Instead of
2 plus on the last ball that "If" again.
Tim mntcli between the; "Wh" and
tho All-Stars Is causing no end of
talk Tmilght some of thu talkers wilt
proluhly bo speechless.
Somo "beau btinimil" said he wish
ed that his girl would come mid watch
hint bowl. Stilt, "Micro uro times In
every man's life when he wants to ho
Tho "H's," composed of 1'. Schmidt,
II. Holuiil.lt. I, SUiarllu, J. Scott and
O Sua In. havn challenged the "W's"
Did the match Is scheduled to be play-
id next Tuesday.
Williams sns that ho will nviragn
1M or better In his endurunco games
vvlth tho Maul tracks. Ho ls quite
capable of doing that and if ho does
u tcrtaln person will have to "dig" for
Manuel Colto, a nowspuper can lor
aged ten scars, wlillo selling papers
it passciigeiH on a tiolloy cur jcstoi-
day, accidentally foil behind tho car.
his foot catching In tlio rear fender
and was diagg'ed by tho leg Tor nbour
twcnty-flvo feet Ho wna onl bruis
ed a Utile on the limb.
Honolulu Dancing Academy
Opens March 12 nt K. of P. Hall
llDWAltD TAI.IIOW, Instructor
Walts mid Two-Step taught In ten
lesM.ns 'Class "Tee S Social Dalit o
given eveiy Thursday night, Moose
and friends cordially Invited l'rlvutt
listens given l'or particulars address.
P. O. BOX 475
139 Merchant Street
Tonight the W' and All
Stars will roll In a xp.'il.il mati.li
game on the Y M C A bowl
ing ulle)s that villi be one of
the non-league features of the
season This match has been
brewing for mine time, and nil
the ten-pin fans are anxious to
sic It rnlbd on Captain Wil
liams of the big Initial boys
and Captain It 1-uftus of tho
All-Sturs will bad their renpec
s ,., . . i ,., .:, ,H
:: u t:
IN WALL SERIES
I Some Rood tenuis was seen jester
da) afternoon on the lUritunl.i courts
In the Wall tournament, when two un
finished matches wcie pbtjed off, tb
'sciond round llnl-dicd nnd two sets on
the scinl-tlnals pulled through. Tho
,r'st of this last match will bo one of
I this afternoon's fintures, J II. Ilariics
land If S (lra being the contestants.
I It Sinclair nnd Noel IMcrr llnlsheil
j their match jestcrday, Sinclair taking
.two sets, (1-2. 7-S. Sinclair's accurate
, iiliuiiig being a feature Sim lair look
,'iin tuillulnhcd sit mid mutch from C.
(1 .llockus )cMrdny, C-4, and II. S
(!niy bent 1 II llirnes, f.-2, i!-2 The
IIiihI round will be plajed tomorrow
PLENTY OF MEN
SAYS DR. PRATT
That be can llud plcut) of iiitn who
cm pass the examinations and who
can hold down tlio Job of sanitary In
sputor s.itlxfartorll) Is the opinion of
President I'rntt or tho Hoard of llaallli.
who jcMer.lay afternoon sent a letter
to the supervN.irs dtclhilug to accept
the four, men who failed to pass the
last examination for tho position
"There are plenty of former nriny
men here," said l)r 1'ratt, "who have
bad cxperlinec along the neiesary
Ilnes.an.1 who will tasll pass tho ex
amination I'erhnps Kline of them
have not been hire long enough to Ret
Into politics, but they are competent.
mid I am going to keep politics out
of this department If I can The. ex-
lunlnntlon was not a dllllcult one, and
1 think we wire Justlllcd In rejecting
the men who fulled to pass."
New Ideas have bceii established for
educating tho Inspectors, and each
morning it iiicstln Is put on the
blackboard dealing with the work and
which they are suppostd to answer.
Dr. I'rntt Is' uImi having a number or
lantern slides iniido from photographs
which he has taken nt various times.
and these arc to be shown the men so
that they c,
ft .nil them,
get sonic valuable tips
WILL CURE YOU
nd wa will
or Rifund Tha Money.
To tin ipan who haj "gone to niece J,M
who ufTcr from a "break-down' of Ills
physical or mental vigor, who Ins wasted
Ids vitality in joutli through ignorance
of the lawt of nature, to the sixty out of
every hundred mm who have cither al
ready made or will make a tragedy of
marriage, we offer Persian Nerve Essence
on tlic following .
If a full cmire trimfnt of tit boxei of
I'muit Nmr Utme is laWn a ml (he lmM
direction pl.tn are folio Til out ami It doei
not mW a Kmiaiient cure, we will refund
(lie full im rebate pricr
Try one box ' tlicac woixlcrful little-or I ml a I
tatilrla and m-c llie inarV.nl brnrflt you h.II rr
tehc, then taVe ttic full ciurc treatment ant
Ik permanently mreJ. Iheylcmiuln no mer
cury or other iujurlout. druci. Tliey ill
ture all nerou thtae, lre(letnet failing
memory brain fas, Incapacity fur itudy or
iuiuc, premature neraj, enhiutteJ vitality
oml alt truu Lie cau.eU by ocruorV. ami lu
Ipatioti rcrelan Kerve I"ence liaa brought happlnesi
Into tlitMnanJi of horn r a and nujfl raarrlaxe
I to j hie to men wba har tried hundred! o(
uthrr renu-Ulet without Iwnefit.
tut rixu tt not yturt me nroprietora, Tha
lit own lAport Co. 9$ 97 Liberty Su
ioik n i u. n, a, win refund the money
If they ill not cure, Cv tlieiu a good fair
trial, don't delay auy lor per, conyrnencc nqw
lo-slay and be a well watt Yon cm obtain
Ilc preparation from
CHAHUKKS DUU0 C0MLMM.
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