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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAR. G, 1912.
1 A V 1T ' ' I ' d I PEN A CHARQE ACCOUNT '
swu mswiy w mmam ,
Hounu of throe bedrooms, funr cloM.ts,
slttlnR-runmi dining-room, pantry,
kitchen, liuthruuin; gn nnd electric
lights. Freshly painted nml thor
oughly repaired moiu,ulto-proof
Large chit km yard On two car
Unci and tlircu minutes' milk from
tlilrd line. V. 1.. Raton, Uullctln of-
ilco. Key ut comer grocery, Kims
nnd MiX'ully KtH. RlCO-tf
No. 1115 Lunnllli) Ut, Hlx rooms; mod.
rrn; cool. Kent n;. Apply ut 1327
I'rniucolu Ut. &33-tf
"S'enly-furiilihed cottage In Knlimikl to
lent, M(Ulto-proof. Apply 227
Vineyard St. il7&-lw
The property known Ha the Wilder
building, corner of Fo't nnd Quuin
streets. Dimensions 41x01. Tho build
in will lit) remodeled to Milt tonnnL
Apply to C Brewer & Cdi, Ltd.
FURNISHED HOOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 Ileretanla Bt Rlectrlo llchM
and .running water In each room.
I'rlce reasonable. J, H. Townsend,
Cloim furnished rooms; t0c u night,
12 u week. I2SI Fort St.
Good rooms' central und reasonable.
1248 Umm.i .St. CliC-St
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
ofllcH. Address "ii. II.", Uulletln of
Till: AltUONAUT ltooms J12; with
liouril, 3D. C27 Uerctanlu Bt.; Phono
1.108. Mm. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Uhndy Nook Kurnlnlieil cultngo with
liiinrd. Mnmiultii brnu(. 1049 Hero
tnnlu, St. Blil-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hus
tucn cottaeje, We'klkl. aentlemen
Large ulry room for couple, with board.
In prlvnto family. 1942 King St.
Nletly - furnished rooms with board.
Apply 13CC Kin? St.; Phono 2698.
PnOHT SALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Ciill anil sea us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Ileretanla and Maunakea Sts.
Flowers. Lels to order at Julia Kala
klelu, Pouulil and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176.
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phono
2011. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2031.
Any kind second-hand furniture bought
nnd sold, Muttrtsses made to order.
II. Suzuki, cor. Vineyard nnd Hmma
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by S. Miyamoto. Ill-
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new und second band. lit
King SL 4t8-ly
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
fleorgn Yumada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless
Uldg.; Phone 2157.
Jupaneso coak, waiter, yurd boy. Mat
Hiimoto, 900 Alukeu St., neur King.
Phone 17G0. 1070-tf
Chinese, Japanese, Konun, Filipino
help. 1039 Ilethcl St.; Tel. 3871.
Contracting done. GlCO-lm
Japanese Employment Oillce Ito, ller
etunla St., nr, Punchbowl. Phono
Y Nnkanlshl, .11 Ileretanla St., near
Nuuanu. Phono 3899. GIGO-lm
Pucllla Elertrlo Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale,
131 S. Ileretanla St,; Tel 3132.
BUY AND BELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought.
sold and exchunged. J.Carlo, Fort St,
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
160 Hotel Btrsst Prions 2311
'We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd.,
34A North llcretuiila St.; Chas. K.
Frasher, manager, 4941-tf
Young nuin ns collector; must be nc
the. Apply In nun handwriting,
giving nge, references nnd salary ex
pected, "L40," Uullctln oillce.
Itnllwny Mnll Clerks 190 month. Ho
nolulu examination May 4. Prepar
ation free. Franklin Institute, Dept.
4MM, Rochester, N. Y. G161-lm
Ilxpcrlcnced Knlvsmaii to handle u good
selling line on the road. Ilox 124,
Uullctln olllcc. ' r,174-tf
To rent gentle horso nnd buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. E.".
Competent engineer for mill work. Ap
ply P. A. Schncfer, Ltd. S17G-1W
Experienced fruit man wants to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco. Small
uiekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating. Address
H. Vlnce, 412 Din Is St. MCC-lm
Young man (American) wants post-
tlou as bookkeeper or stenographer,
or both. Address "W W C," this of
On or near Alakea dock, ns Manchuria
was sailing, Saturday morning, a
necklace of pink, coral beads with
gold clasp. "Irene Kny" engrnved on
clasp. Plense return to Young Ho
tel olllco or to Lieut. J. C. Kay,
Scliofleld llarracks, and receive re
Key ring with threo keys, between Uni
versity Club und Moann Hotel. Ad
dress "II. IV, care Uullctln.
Two Snaps 12260; Ilungulow contain
ing seven rooms and bath, on (lullck
Ave., near King. Can be bought on
easy terms. 1750: Large lot an Ka
laKauii Ave., near King St. Oliver
CI. Lansing, 80 Merchant St.; Phono
3293. . G177-3t
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Uul
letln Publishing Co., sole agents for
New G-room bungalow, Kullhl; lot
G0UX218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; PhonS
Itoyiil Navy bicycles. Something new.
Nickel rims, free wheel, double brake.
340. Wulker's nice Mill, Kawnlalmo
Uargalns In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Btan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1101.
Ono share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
runner stock. Address Slwel, Uulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin omen. tf
Dr. Mnclennnn has returned and re
sumed practise. "4 King St., opp.
Advertiser Olllco. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
nnd G to 7. GIGG-lm
Dr. 8, Ochlal Strictly private.
Ileretanla Ae.; Phone 3932.
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO, Ltd.
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Brown A Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO
"Everything In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATION-
RY and FILINQ SYSTEMS, call er
writ to us and vvs will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT STREET
Odd Fallows' Block
M U 8 I C CO,
ii f IhlEl
ARH TItn I.ATr.ST crha
TIONB AT PRICKS WITHIN
RllACH OP ANYONE DKSIR
OU8 OF TIIK Hi:ST.
113 HOTEL 8T.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and 8COTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ
LARGE and SMALL BOTTLE8
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Qusen and Alakea Strettt
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
FOR SALE AT ALL HA 118
You'll And they're nil good frl
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort. I). II. Davis, Prop.
Mrs. M. Ferreira
1141 FORT ST, NEAR CONVENT
Formerly with Miss Woodard
Ju:t received by the 8. 8. Withal
mlna, the latest in LINEN and LIN
GERIE GOWNS alto WHITE TAIL
66-67-68 YOUNQ HOTEL
J. E. ROCHA
TAILOR FOR LADIES
it now located on Hotel 8treet, ntxt
to Y. M. C. A. Building.
" Man wants but little here below,"
Now, don't that make you mad?
But if you should want more, why use
A BULLETIN classified ad.
people need more coal,
clothes and doctors
than the strong, robust
saves coal bills, tailors'
bills and doctors' bills.
8. C. WHITE LEQHORN8
Eggs for hatching. Day-old Chicks
from our four pent, with trap netted
record of over 200 eggt a year.
A few very choice Cockarelt from
Maklki Heights Poultry Ranch
Orders booked now Vititora welcome
1117 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
dally and bt auppllad with any f
these varietlaa from
1134 NUUANU ST.
Iih the best Home-Madc
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. lie sure nnd
ring up 2124.
1128 V011T STREST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
tat in the Market
HENRY MAY A OO.
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Lansing, Distributor
WANTS TO SEE
(Associated Press CiMe.)
1 WASIIINOTO.V, I). C .March 5 -,
As almost the first net of tho organ
ised national campaign for Col. Then-
iluto l!oocclt fur Pri'sldenl, his
'inauaforH tndny Issued n cliulleugc to
the Tnlt forces to put the Pn-sliloii-
tlnl Issiii- squarely before the country
'that tno people may express their
preference between the two lilg Re
publican candidates for the nomina
The challenge war drafted bv Sen
ator Illxon of Montana, the aiknowl
edged manager uf the Rooiexelt na
tional cninpalKii, to Representative
McKlnlcy, national manager for Tuft
In order to determine whether the
country prefers Rooseelt or Tnft,
read the note, Rcpiesetitatho McKln
lcy was cliultenged to arrange prima
ries In eery State In the t'nlon and
secliro a preliminary preferential
Later In the day, McKlnlcy replied
tn the Montana Senator asking lilin
If lie was acting as tho chairman of
tho llooseclt committee by the au
thority of the Colonel himself, or
whether he was usurping It nit tho
rtrength of Roosevelt's announced
preference for him. Dixon has not
ARBITRATION TO WIN.
WASMNOTON. D. C. March 3.
Arbitration between nnglaud, Franco
nml tho United Stales nn actual fact
In spite of tho recent emphatic dlsap
ptoal of the United States Senate Is
Indicated by the tone of a lengthy de
bate In that body today. The Senntu
today otes on the treaties deslKiicd
and negotiated by President Ta(t and
almost the last doubt that they will
be successful has been lost.
Tho leaders of the Scnuto debated
this nflornooti for four hours on tho
subject and tho chamber of tho upper
house presented n spirited scene, vis
itors to hear the debate IicIiik numer
ous and the utmost Interest being ills
plajcd. Opposition to tho treaties
was shown to bo so weakened, pos
sibly ns a rosult of tho emphatic ex
pressions from tho people, that this
Kroat step toward n complete assur
ance of International peace Is consid
LONDON. Enf.. March 5. Police
action was taken today to curb tho
ontnmes committed by suffraRUts nnd
c hint of future policies rcKardln:;
them Indicate that more sevcro meth
ods will bo Instituted to curb their
ardor In the future
A detail of pollco rnlded the suffra-
I cists' headquarters durliiK a tneotlliK
this afternoon, nriestliiK Mrs. Panic-
hurst, and tho editors of tho suflra
KPlte p.-iier. It Is bellced lluit they
win tic 1 r i'i tor conspiracy against
the laws as u result of their campaign
of window-smashing seeral das iiko.
GOING BACK ON MADERO.
MEXICO CITXY, Mex. March G.
Dismay wan evident In olllclal circles
today following ukii tho report from
tho north that ono of President Ma
ileio'H most trusted lieutenants. Am
broslo KiKueroa, had gone out to the
rebels, Klgucron wus a prominent
Maderlst in the revolution that ovci-
CITY Oh' CHIHirAHUA, Mox.,
March C. It Is admitted hero that
the rebels nro In control of this State,
following tho defection of Ambroslo
HI, PASO, Texas, March 5. Ono
hundred and fifty Americans, most of
whom were women and children, ar
rived hero today from Madera, Mov
Ico to escaH tho certainty of revolu
tlonary troubles. They report tho
greutest unrest and express them
selves as being glad ut their return to
LA FOLLETTE HAS
HOPE3 OF CALIFORNIA.
SAN KIIANCISCO, Cal., Mnich 5,
III spile of the desertion of u Iniga
part of tho Ui Toilette l.eaguo of this
Slate to the banners of Colonel lions
ovolt, tho gentleman from Wisconsin
is still. In tho running in the Golden
State according to 11 statement made
here tonight by Colonel Hoiiinor, Ui
rollctto's national manager, Iji Toi
lette's name will appear on the ballot
at the California primaries, says
MORE LOOTING, OUT
SIGNS OF QUIET.
I'AOTINOI'ir, China, Mnrrli 5.
Looting was continued hero today fol
lowing the loosing of restraint over
tho northern soldiery but tho foreign
ers are safe and no harm has been
attempted them, It Is believed that
the illsordeia will ceaso wheti the s'll
dlers reacli their homes after disband
lueut SEATTLE ANXIOUS.
SI:ATTLI: Wash.. March fi, Th-)
tnajoilty elections hero today result
ed in it closo who and It Is lint et
known which faction lias leeched tho
plum, lloth the inform patty backed
by tho feminine Mite, and the "open
town" faction, led by ex-Mayor 0111,
are represented In the-'rnnnlne;. t"
Wc arc talking about Aycr
HairVlrjor. Just note that word ,
"Aycr's." You arc perfectly
safe willi it. No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly docs. Stops
falling hair, too. Remember, it's
"Aycr's" wc arc talking about.
Ask your doctor about your hair
and about Aycr's Hair Vigor.
Get his approval. Your own
doctor and "Aycr's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
rr-rir.4 tl Dr. I. C Ar.f t C. tmlt. Mm U S. A
The Oovernor has been asked It'
Hawaii will oliier o "Mother's Day,"
which fulls on the second Sunday In
May. The reipieit comes fiom Miss
Anna .lunls, the founder of tho day.
Tho movement has spread throughout
the States and l'reslilcnt Talt Is hon
orary president of tho Mother's l'.U
League. Colonel ltooscvelt and the
Governors of thirty States und Ter
ritories are vice presidents.
Tho Governor stated that tho Idea
Is 11 fine one and gae out tho follow
ing, which is 11 copy of the reipiest
"The general object of Mothers'
Day is n simultaneous observnnco In
overy part of tho world on tho sec
ond Sunday of May to exalt mother
hood and the homo In u way that will
add to personal, domestic und nation
"It Is a thank-offering of grateful
sons nnd daughters uf all lauds for
tho mothers ami fathers whose good
ness has blessed their llu's.
"It Is a personal day 'possessive
"It Is not n day for you to honor
the mother nml father or somo great
man In history, but n day for you to
honor thoso of our homo especially
the mother who In yitir heurt is 'the
best mother who eer lUed
"It Is n day for men and women
'big boys and girls' as sons ami
laughters to honor tlieiiiseUos by
showing gratitude to tho parents who
watched oor them with tender care
ill childhood du.
Wear an Emblem.
"Every person Is asked to wear a
white carnation or his or her moth
er's favorite Howor on Mother's Day,
as a filial honor badge. If possible,
send, In a mother's name, tho 'mem
ory' dower (or. better still, 1.01110 need
ed comfort) to the shut-in In n sick
room, hospital, 01 plumage, homo fur
tho aged or Incurable, or to somo ono
elso with whom 11 Utile Joy goes it
long wny. It may Bet the blood ting
ling in the clns of somo ono you
think has no heart, and who may
think ou linvo none.
"The manner of observing Mother's
Day Is left to oery one's uwn heart In
"I,lo this day as your inather
would liatu you llo It.' Don't try lo
bo 'an earthly saint,' but Just the 'big
boj" or 'girl' jour mother bellmes ou
Non-cominlmdoiH'd mtU'iTR of the
regular army usslgneil to duty nn mi
litia Instructors hae been given the
title "srKnnt Instructors" In 11 for
nuil war dcpurtnuiU ordtr.
P ".' 1
Clears the complexion,
i hit tin the lands and
is a tlme-tettcd remedy
for tkln dUeatcs
Sold by tUl'.H.iru4ttUl..Dr.,
druilUu. iUtk v trwt. ik
10 TO 60X REDUCTION
Main Entrance! Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
Qlk A9L.v Vi
l V'AMim SX
A caie 0' April eggt returned her
yieterday. I wonder if any 0' th twen
ty world's greatett women would take
th' troublo t' look over her huiband's
underwear when it gits back from th'
wath an' tew th' buttons on?
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER
Telephone No. 3481
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streete
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNI8HINQ GOOD8
Fort and Beratanla
FINE LINE OF DRY Q00DI
WAH YING CHONG
KIhk Street, Ewa Fiihxotrktt
Wing Chong Co.
K1MI ST, XKAU llKTIIKL
Dealrrs In Kurnltiire, Muttrrssri,
etc, etc. All klpiN uf KOA nnd JUS
hlO.V FUlt.MTL'ltr: made to order.
IMI'OUTKIIS OK OIIIKNTAI, (IOOII.S
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
1)11 Nuuanu, near King SlrrrL
And CI0II1 of Al Qunllijr Canjle
SA NG CHAN
1. (. Ilox 001. Telephone K8I
Japaneta Provlttont and
NUUANU 8T, NEAR KING 8T.
COTTOJf CUKl'K SIIIHTS, KIMO.XIS
lilS FOKT ST, AlHIVi: HKIIKTA.MA
IT'S ONLY IN THE
THAT YOU CAN GET QUARTER
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel
IIANZAI SIIIIK ST01IK
llircliinl.i Mrerl, iur Xnaanu
IHI.MII.ULt', II. T.
MEN'S SHIRT8 AND COLLARS
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadie, Prop,
777 KING 8TREET PHONE 141
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