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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAR. 4, 1012.
FENNELL MAKES ,
HIT AS ACTOR
Liquor Inspector William Kcnnclt
has" become smitten with tlio HtigV
mil last night inndo hi Dint nppeaf
nnco :ih ii fully Hedged ucfor. Friim
his H)lut uf view his appearance was
it 'signal success, hut from the. uti
dlcncc's Hide the acting wns to.i real
istic When Ihu'ciVtsin fell on the
filnt net thuuileri) of applause, broke
front Assistant Inspector Crnblic.
Tlit second net was played In the
I'ollce Court, when n charge against
Itoser .James, n colored man, for run
iill'K a blind pig In the Alnkca House
on Alnkca sited fm nindo. The enso
was continued until, tomorrow', when
JnntCH comes tip lor plea.
Tlio real truth of the matter Ih that
rcnncll attended a performance of
"Plnafoto' and wns so smitten with
tile character of UlcU peudcyo Hint
ho decided to go Into tlio Kan) 6 liliu
Fclf. Last night ho hied' himself to u
temporary dt03s!ng-r6oni and donned
a, null of sailor's clothes,' On his face
ho put but, hist! that Is a dark and
deadly secret, for ho may play a re
hint season of one night and wants to
be able to spring the- gag iigiln. Any
wny, he was dlsguUcd as, a ualhir, or
nt 'Mist that Is what ho was supposed
Arriving at the Alakoa street man
kIoii, ho knocked at tlio door of the
nbgro'B room and whispered that hla
tliroat wns so dusty that' If nnyono lilt
him on tlio back clonrVs of It would
come out of his moutli. .lames took
pity on him and for n consideration
sold him, among other things, a b'jttlo
o(' g!n, according to the allegation.
As soon as tic had made his pur-
ehm-c the nctor-sallor passed the gixi
word along to Crabbo and Jiinics was
arrested for selling liquor without :t
licence. Such Is the history of l'cn
licll's first appearance as Dick Dead
eye. No date lias been fixed for tho
return season lint It Is expected that
thcto will bo a crowded houso for tho
occasion that Is, If the nniMenco docs
not know Unit ho Is coming.
Nearly folly thousand sacks of so
gar in lived at Honolulu from Island
pat Is on Sunday. This qirmtlty of
Hawaii a chief crop was received In
The reHirts on fllo at the' Intor-Isl
mid-Hlcum Navigation-" tiffltos- 'show
that 37,'.i8ii sacks sugar have been re
celled fur transhipment to the main
TJic Kliiau from Kauai brought SOOt)
sucks, followed by tho Nooau from
Kauai with 3800 sacks, the Mikuhnla
from Maul, Moloknl and ports with
12C0 sacks, tho Hall from Kauai with
55011 sacks, the Maul from Hawaii with
11,257 and the Maunn l.oa with 71GP
According to icports, the V. (5. Hall
met with heavy weather In returning
from Kauai. This vessel brought In
addition to sugar, two pieces machin
ery mid several packages sundries.
The Klnau from Kauai Is ci edited
with bringing l!'l sacks co6oauuts, n
iHiii'llty of empties, 7 kegs pol, 2
crates chickens, ( caso'ii fruit, 2 iiutns,
and 150 p'ickages sundries. Purser
Kcnj loports stiong northeast trades
nml. choppy sens.
Tho Noeau, also a (lardcu Island ar
rival, added .'till sacks rice and si:;
packages siiudilcs to the accumulation
at the various wharves. Purtcr Itlch
tor .uipdrlcd northonst winds and
The Mlkahala fiom Maul and Molo
kal ports bruuglil In addition to sugar
Hi pigs, 20 crates chickens, 17 cases
eggs, 'I cords wood, flu bales hides, a
ipiaiitity of empties and 143 packages
Tho Maul's nrrlvnf added the 'largest
Item of sugar and this vessel also
hrnqgllt '75 bond Rattle shliied from
Knwalhauv The Maul also transported
J0!3 sacks sugar from I'opeokeo to
IHIo during her voyaging along tho
coast of Hawaii.
Pnrsor McKoiulo of tho stoamer
Mauna l.oa tcports 33 head of cattlo
having been shipped trnm Kallui In
aildltloii to tho sugar tukon at Knua
poits. Tho latter ejel Is uiu'irBtiKid
In have met with lino weather on tho
into the crowd of weak,
wenry, depressed j or are
you (filed with vitality and
Health is the founda
tion of success.
Nerves, Brain, and
Body should bo staunch
the best of food-tonics, is
the firm footing for health.
. 4UEidfejuJ u. A.' j..".... ...
YOUNG SIAMESE K
Wr?kf 'torn j' Wfrti;
IIAXOKtlK, .Shun, Malm Vujlrn
vudb, the joung ldng of Hlnm, was
crowned curly In December, tlm fes
tivities beginning December 1 and
lasting until Deccmlicr 8. lie ascend
eil the throne October 23, 1910, on tlio
dentil nf Ills father, but the public ex
ercises connected with tho coronation'
i " ri ii
BY C S ALBERT .charge uf thu erection of the iiionu-
(Special llu I let I n Corrrnponilciicc.) Intnl.
WASIIINtlTON I. i'., Kcb. 13. To1 An Inipuitant factor In the high cost
nvoliVlnte'rferenco' with construction of f IM"K Is the enormous sum the
the PiimitiM (.'anal. Secretary Stliiison American government nml the fariii-
llssued mi order which will restrict the
iiimmnt of freight to bo uccepted for lighting plant illswi-es and Insect pests,
transpoitatlon over tho I'mmni.i Kail- ncconllnu to James Mills of Itlvcr
road. The freight rates will not be "'"'e. 'al.. who. us u representative of
Increased. . . ""- l'Hf"rnla l(ortlculturnl innveiitlnii
Secretary Stlinoifs-'Action 'Is of m'd of the Cltrys Oroivers' l.eague. Is
great Importance to tfie r,iclllc Coast, '"re 111 the Interest of legislation .iliu
because It means that Instead of bmercd to help theso cuiidltlnns. llu has
charges on transcontinental freight, consulted with Secretary of Agrlcul
blgber ones may prevail for a time tore Wilson, Dr. Ilowurd of the hu
nt least, because a large iiuantlty of ,
the freight now bandied on the l'an-
aniii nnllroad will tic thrown upon the
IirniiKconiincnuii lines, - ...,
Within live, days the present double!""" tn Congress was behind hlui In mi
'track lino across tho Isthmus must beiCfiort to keep out the Medlteirane.iu
abandoned, nnd all tratlle of not only
commercial freight, but material for
the construction of the canal, must
be carried over u temporary sliiglojnlly all having coino from rorclgn
track road. in untiles," said Mr. Mills, "Thu guv-
It was decided that raising tho j eminent should take slips to see that
freight rate, as bad been planned.
would nAt liuvo checked tralllc. mil
ccrs of the road Imv6 been Instructed
to limit the amount of frtlght accept
ed to such an '6xtent that work on
tl'i canal will not bu obstructed.
That a big light over tho wool tsrlft
s Just ahead In the Senate, Is strong
ly Indicated. The plot abilities.' urcrtho
Smato will become Involved In a de
li.,"ie 'over wool beroro 'the- House 'does.-
hen.Jlje.jVtelfldll Is reported ouO-of
the linanee eouinilltec, h'eniitor Hnmot
Is" expected to present n wool bill as an
iiiiicudine'rit, to the steed' bill.
Tlio wool bill which tho regular He
publicans are planning Will make nom
inal reductions In dutll'S on wool and
'.void niaiiufaciiires,' but no reductions
pucli"'nit i glvo the public relief.
Seniitu progrcsslvo Hepubllcaus am
not going to accept the Hmoot bill nil
les.e it Is u good deal loner than they
nullelp.ito It will be. They Will prepare
n l.ll! of their own, based on Ibulr
own Interpretation of thu turlrt board
See'ielary of State Knox, III an ud-
dress made at K dinner glvrn'tn bis,
honor by thu House comuilttec on for -
elgn affairs, pleaded for a greater
navy There were present at the din-
tier the representatives of practically 'civil blllees within the meaning of tin
nil the greater powers of the world, statute and that thu mllltla organlza
The dinner was glten In thu l'au-.tlou Is Intimately related tn the I'ed-
Ainerlcaii building, mid was a most
brilliant a If air.
Secretary Knox declared this coun
try should have' a mlvy of siilllcieut
kzp to give power to "the voice wo opinion as to the propriety or wisdom
ever ralso for peace." He declared 'of army olllcers accepting' coinmls
that our responsibilities as a world islous In tbe National (funrd.
power, our vat coast line, our for- Whether tho acccptancu by an oC
eign commerce, and our distant pos-'ilcer of the arniy of an olllco In the
sessions e'ull for this safeguard. Con
hiessiunu Hudzcr presided.
John Krlessoii, di-slgner nnd con-
stiuelor of the .Monitor. Ilrst of thu
tun eled nrnioi'ehids, will be honored by I
I the erection in tho national capital
of a $100,001) nionuineiit to his ineni- not reasons oilier than thuso' contiiln
nry If a ' bill Introiliiced In the House fd In section ISi'J of the Revised Stat
by HepresentatlVH P'oss of Illinois be-' utes which would make It Illegal or
ei lues a law A cnniinltlee composed Improper for mi ollleer of the army tn
ol the Secretary of tho'TiiilHliry nifil sllbjeei blinself 10 iVdillietliift Still"
llu ib.ilnnen uf the library eoniniiltees Jih'lsdletlon, ni'o 'tilallers upon which
of the Senate and llouso would havol express uu opliilon."
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were postponed for u year Itcprcsen
tatlvcs of praetlenlly nil of the coun
tries of the globe were present lit the
coronation, The king was educated III
Hughim! nml link traveled extensively
In the 1'nlted States lie Is Imbued
with progressive Ideas and has ml Mil
liltlnirtn make bis country irnpcrnu.
ers arc obllgod to spend every j'ear In
rem of entomology, and other depart-
'"nt olllelals who arc Interested in
I Mr. Mills said the California dclega-
i;. which has reached Hawaii, and Is
"Many pests mo already here, In
'u, itn ,i,.t Imiuirt tinv limn, tif tlirtin
iIIm'iiscm, which coit us millions ye's,
I'll say a billion -In our elforts to ex
teiniluate them and In the losex from
fruit and plant destruction. Wo have,
a good iiunrautliiQ .law by which wo
call keeit out illsease'd animals; we
hiie iioiio that 'will keep out diseased
p.aiits and Insect pests."
Attorney Oiiorul Wlckcrsbmn has
gUct) an opinion", to thu Secretary jif
War th;(t an iilllcvr on the acllvnJUl
'of' tho regualr ' army may ucccpl'u
it niinlskloii in tliu National Ouard of
a State"or Territory without liieurrlug
the penalties named hi section Mil of
tl-p Itovlsod Statutes ' Tliat section.
vhleh became a law hi July, 1870. pro
vided that any army olllecr on tho"
fli.'tlvo list who accepti'd or exercised
the functions of a civil olllco there by
vacated Ids commission In the ilriny.
Dp to this time the War Depart
ment has held that that section up-
piled to olllco In the organized mllltla
of tho States and Territories. Tho
Oiilnliiii of the Attorney General,' there.
fore, conflicts with tho construction
that has obtained hi thu army for
,tlilrly - twi je-ars. In substance tho
Attorney (lemial holds that coinmls
sinus In the National Uuard are not
eraV gn eminent,' particularly with ret-
crence to the national defense.
The Attorney (icneral, how ever, ex
pressly refrains from expressing any
Nullniial tiliard of a Stale," aya the
Attnrne'y (ieuerat, "would be Inion-
slsterit with the pulley expressed In the
'Constitution nod laws of the I'nlted
Slates with respect to heso' two cs-
tahllshuiculs, and whether then are
Wishes to tell you FREE
How She Stopped
Her Husband's Drinking
By all Mean Write to Her
and Learn hovr She did it.
For over 20 years James Anderson of 912
F.lm Ave, Hlilbu-n, N. Y., was a very hard
drinker. Ills cas. teemed n hopeless one,
but It) years ago las wile
in their own little home,
gave him a simple
rernedy which much to
her delight stopped his
To make sure that
the remedy was respon
sible for this happy
result the also tiled it on
Px tir Krotlir nnd wv.
'.Vy--'V, ' !? eral of her neighbors.
' ' It.tps successful in
" everycase, Noncofthem
lias touched a drop of intoxicating liquor since.
She' now wishes everyone who has drunk
enness in their homes to try this simple
remedy for the feels sure that it will do as
much for others as ithai.for licr It can be
civen secretly, if desireeV and without cost
she will cladland willingly tell you whit it
is. All you have to do is write her a letter
asking tier how she cured her husband 4
drinkinc and.tlie wilf'rcply by return mail in
a scaled envelope. As the has nothing to sell
do not send her money. Simply send a letter
with all confidence to Mrs. Margaret Ander
son at the address given almve, taking care
to write your.name and fuH'address plainly,
(H'l tarntilly niiviie fUry fnt ofcitr rtaJtrt
ice? nuhlici to cure a Jiar'cm of drimlmnttt
to turite to Vi'u lady uJay. Hi' ojir ii r
For .absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
Miulg by the icoHthrful TJVft
J'rOce.m that jmtilurm thi
vimt pnftt tualtrrn k.imcii.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only tliini; the
have in common ii the word cotton
. J. HOPP & CO.
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Woven i WiYefMattrelscs
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE OO.
King Stmt, eppoalU Young Hold
P O. Hoi 140 I'honv lot
8TOP P A Y I N a RENT
A. II. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT 3T. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000,-
OUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
OLIVER G. LANSINQ
80 Merchant Streot
Horses for Sale or
Saddle, Driving and Work
RIGS OF ALL KINDS
52 KUKUI, NEAR NUUANU STREET
.. 518 S. King k
Tlio IIM'YCU: I)i:.I.i:il and in:.
I-AIIIP.II, has mined to'
iso kixu 'st it i: i:t
l'Xi't ''liii'illi.m lied ' Irani, 'iicar
Voitng lliillillng, Tclt'iiliont .'.IIS.
bh iii yr
iidiiii&iriiktbk ii, i ttfjafej .:.ijfc
' I'hnlrmiiii Kroger of the siipcrvlxnr.il I
l.....t,l, ....l utitilf iillnn 1'iittiinlltnp Iitih n !
growing list of applicants who would 1
I bo simply delighted to servo the mil
'nlelpnllty In the role of sanitary In
spectors nt so much per diem.
I'our Inspectors who failed to pu-s
, the recent examination given under tho
.nusplces of tho Territorial Hoard of
llenltb have turned In their repec-
tlve reslgniitlons. The badges which
formerly adorned the manly bosom
' of these men now repo "In the pos-
. session of Chairman Kroger, nnd their
'retirement from the city government
j will be one of the matters to bo
Ibroiightup for action at a meeting of
I the Hoard of Supervisors culled for lu
men row evening.
It Is understood that all new candi
date for tho position P, city nnd
j County luu'clors will be reiiiihed to
take mi examination which. It Is ex
pected, will bo conducted on or abiuil
! Two new garbage wagon ordered
'by the city fathers some weeks ago are
t Hearing completion, and thereby conic"
jtllc rub. It lequlres mules to draw tin
'aforesaid vehicles. Mules cost money,
nnd It Is conservatively estimated that
It Mil' ICMtilrc nt least one thousand
.dollars to purchase four eiiilnes tu
operate the new conveyances.
"I'cpplo will llnd that to carry for
ward tho scliemo of free garbage will
rcipilrp the ixpeiiillture of ' much
money," says Kruger, who lias been
racking Ids brain for some, possible
way out of the recent liniinclal stnugli
of despond In which he nnd bis 'fellow
committeemen llnd themselves In
It Is true Hint by the elimination of
the four iiniiunllfled Inspectors thu city
Is at present saving three hundred mid
sixty dollars a month. It wilt, how
ox it. riulre several additional months
of retiiiichment to mnUo up a sum
siilllcieut to Secure the mules. Then
will follow the salaries of four men
to nian the wagons.
The health and sanitation e'omiult
tee has heard from the Civic I'eder
atlon, who miuouiice that they will sup
ply the funds for the Installation of
eight proposed public drinking foun
tains to he stationed at various arts
of the city provided tho municipality
will attend to tho maintenance of the
Dciunt.-nlle Miters are presenting
themselves In goodly numbers before
the registration bureau maintained at
"city hall" these days, Judging from
the list of true mill tried supporters of'
the doctrine of the "(.rent Umvtishcri"
who throughout the day tile Into tho
oitlce of City anil County ClcrU Ku
lauokiil.ini and re,uest that their iiiiiiich
jbe euinlled on the pages of thu (iroat
At 11 o'eloek tills morning li
names li.nl been enrolled.
"A surprising number uf Dcnine-ratlo
voters have applied for registration,"
was the declaration of a prominent
number of the Democratic party who
has liept In eiosp touch with the reg
istration lists now under process of
formation nt the hut cull.
Thu Insinuation Is forthcoming Unit
a preconcerted scheme Is mi foot for
the registration of every available
fliiurhoule vole In thu city mid county
of Honolulu on tho tun registers now
being Idled nut.
Ills Honor J. J. Kern, lu.iyor of the
city and county of Honolulu, ills,
claimed, any connection with thu ru
tlher unusual lnlluc of Democratic
names on tho register.
When' 1'rlvato Si ci clary flcrlrani
lllvenbiirRh wus uskcil us to what con
nection the threatened Dciuncrutlc lu
llux at the registration olllco had lo
do with "Soap llox" llurrnu, po stout
ly maintained a disposition to remain
non-eoiniulttal mid simply smiled In a
At varloiw times during the iluy
Major I'ii ii. Jdhnny Wilslou, T J.
Ryan, John Anderson, (i.ibrlel Keawe
bakil and other lights hi the llruiaineut
of the great iiulerrllled, drop Into tho
olllco and scan the lists.
At any rate, registration of voters
has taken a decided boom uf late, and
.that Is what pleases thu clerks ill
churge of Itils. work.
"It's nil my work," shouts ".Soap
llox" llurrnu. ho of the iiiegaphoule
voice and haniuier-and-'tougs stlu of
The American barljeiltlno I'liakS,
laden with lumber fur Valpiralsn,
failed 'from Portland on Mamiury 2
but the unnoiwi Iters considering
loo great a rlslt tu permit her to go l
(ore with no other rnnlgnt'ir uhoai'
lli.lil Captain IViforscn, took stops
riot itiL the 1'ii'ikii Irnni nnttlna
sea A mate who hail no knowledge;
of navigation, ll Is claimed, signed ar
ticles to go out on her.
I !''iiiiluiNlii 'tin llnllcllu bring
J "it rlrli nlnins.
-,..f ,-n-fm itilT'Mmt-inkmimiMMtinWk'
There is just tliis much about it:
Dandruff is a germ disease, is
most untidy,annoyinj,nr.d leads
to baldness. When chronic,, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields lo thorough and energetic
treatment, ill jTermn must be
destroyed, the scrip iv.".t be
restored lo health. II. re is the
remedy: Aycr's H-ir Vigor.
Ask your doctor rb;ut using it.
Ap's Heir ligor
DOES NOT CCLC 71 fE HAIR
PT'ti l P'i. r' '""O I '
Lewrs & Cooke
177 So. King St.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a da up
American Plan $3.00 a day tip
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rales. In the center of theatre nnd
retalfdistrict. On car lines trant
f erring tu all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains nnd
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as' Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Travcti." ABC code.
Ktcrytliiug at this hotel
Is harmonious. The cui
sine and the ..ervlce; tlio
iirchlteH'turn and the fur
nishings, livery arrange
ment Is made for the
e'oiufort of I he guiwtii.
Emma Gt-, abovo Vineyard
Ydl'll TI.MI1 MI.I. Hi: WIJI.l,
w 1 1 1 : 1 1 i; Tin: iuti;i:.r. ixncs
NOT ALWAYS HUV ItAIN
A good auto In rent service on
the piemlses. ., ,
Rooms and Board
FINE BAT NINO
W. C. Beraln, Pi-op.
Dlhers nni) lirenlali paper hill the
llu I let In' 1. iiiliiillled lo hate (In
laigcst lircnlallaii. "
Lots. of from f, to 11 ucrrs In tho
IHnge-V MAKAWAli. Maul, suitable
for strain- culture, general farming, eta
There lots will bo sold ly auction at
1 t. ol. nit Saturday. March 9. 1912. In
front of the Human Catholic Church,
TerniN: line-half cash, the h.lt, lllt'O
nt 1 (mi -' urs ulth Interest at 7.
liy oriit r or
e JIAI.HAKAI.A UANUII CO.
"" ' 51. "m -.Mar 8 Inc
DO IT NOW.
fceiiil to the United Tailors ulid bavo
our suits cleaned, pressed and re
paired. Altered If nece-nsnry. l'rompt
mid pm mi a I attnitlnn given to all or
ders. Trl. 30'in. Kaiilolanl hulldlng.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
Millie (iilslelt. furinerlv ulth the Si
lent It.-irlier Shoo, has Joined the stuff
or aril-If .it tlie
MODEL SANITARY DAnDER SHOP
Detbcl nnd King 8trcets
i:. (i si i.vi:sTi:it - t:. scuitoi.i.
- ' j
something up to date in'
footvyea- don't fall to seo
our -linV ot
White or Black
Shoer Co., Lid.
103l Fort St.
j i i. ' t"
von Hamm - Young
("ioneers and Leaden in '
the Automobile Bniineti
Agents for such t,,i-known ears
ta Packard. I'ops-llartloiJ, 8iTns
Dnryea, Cadillac, , Tiiomaa Flyar,
Unlet, Orarland, UaLar Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIACC CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS In tho
city, rinu up for
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 40-d I.ANOAULET, No. (80
C. H. OEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAiniNQ
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD,
ALL AVE fiK IH A TIUAlj
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolan! Building
Usa a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Autcmobila and save Ganarator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
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