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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T, H, FRIDAY, MAR. 22, 1912.
.T-'JWv' ?. "
Cel in line for mall delivery
by numbering your house. Stand
ard aluminum numbers now In
Handsome and inexpensive.
Lewers & CooRe
177 SO. KING STREET
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high data hotol at very moderate
rales. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin? to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian bland Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
A hotel that has reach
I'd the highest standard of
ixiellcneo of hotel imn
ngentent. Centrally located
and commands the pitron
uge of persons who know
Emma St, above Vlnayard
am. Tin: time, whether ron
REST lilt RECREATION AUTO ON
' Tim premises
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
.For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
JJaJt lit Hit Komhrful Wib
VrvcM that prnlucu th$
. mo4t ptrtct vuittreu iiown.
.Don't confuse it with other cotton
felt mattresses; the only thing they
. Jiavejn cummun is the word rottuti
J. H0PP & CO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streeta Honolulu
W; K0A FURNITURE
OA.HU FURNITURE no.
I g Street, opposite Young Hotel
"O. ilox lit Phone' ll
Hl 1 V J
Next to sunshine, nothing
restores health, strength
and vitality like
von Hamm - Young
fioneeri and Leaders In
the Automobile EuilntM
Agents for suck ve'.l-known can
u rackard. Pope-Hartfotd, Sieisns-
Ouryes, Cadillac, Tmnnaa Flysr,
HulPk, Overland, Dakar BlMtrle, and
OHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
R. J. BERQER ELECTRIC WORKS
1181 Alakea Street Near Beretanla
Storage Batteries rented, recharged
(II, ".o, for oh) and repaired.
Expert work on Cads and Magnetos.
Complicated electrical work of every
description attended to on short notice.
For th. BEST RENT CAR8 In Um
city, ring up for
OLQSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) 1.ANDAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED QARAQE, LTD.
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kaplolanl Bullying
Uss a PRE8T-0-LITE TANK en
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
FOR SALE OR HIRE
52 KUKUI STREET
' For Sale'
518 S. King M.
The lllCVn.K PEAlKIl and BE.
PA1IIKII, lias inored (o
180 KINO 'STltKET
.lew loratiou lied front, near
Xomig llullding, Tcleplioue 2518.
Q. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretanla 8U opp, Royal Hawaiian
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
The Hulldlng Committee of the Y.
M. C. A. Is n thing of the putt, hut
not forgotten, lis account has been
rendered, audited and OK-cd. During
the time the committee was on dtity
It handled nearly a 'quarter of a mil
lion dollar!. A report of the steward
ship of the committee follows;
It wbb In October, 1909. after sever
al months of preparation, that the
campaign for a building fund nan In
augurated, The plan was to raise
tiou.ooo In ton days. At the end of
the first six las $144,00(1 had been
subscribed anil It was necessary (n
call a halt. With the 150 000 gift of
C, M. Cooko, nearly J200.0QO was then
available for the building. To this
cntiBlderablo amount has been add
Tho Building Commllteo was com
posed of T. Cllve Davlcs, chairman;
A. Hartley, vice chairman; R. A.
Cooke, secretary; W. O. Hall, F. T.
Lovvrey. V. A. I)ve was treasurer
of the committee, although not 1
member. The occounts of the com
mittee were audited by W. J. Korbos.
Following arm the figures that capitu
late the building enterprise.
Collected on subscriptions. $203,G70.B0
Interest on deposits 3,42.1.87
Proceeds, of sale of old
building (net) 27,500,00
Ily note to Rank of Hawaii (1,000.00
Net cost of bnjldlng cam
paign . . ..,...! i l.Oto.pn
Cost of collecting subscrip
Y. M. C. A. current ex
Real estate for building slto 5G 108.00
Cost1 of building and arch- -
llect's fees ICl.lfiO 23
Rent of old Y. M. C. A.
Ilalanco on hand 231,43
Thero was a most delightful Kins
recital given by the pupils of Mm
Bruce McV. Mackall In tho ballroom
of the Young jesterday afternoon, Tho
lirogram was nuuo long uut every
number wns a treat. Mrs. Chas. Hall
and Mrs. A. O. M. Iloberteon opened
tho program, Mrs. Robertson's being
the Initial number.
Two selections by T, F. Sedgwick
wore worthy of nn encore, hut thU
was not permitted, a fact understood
by the audience at the beginning, on
nccount of the length of tho program,
A large sharo of the success of tho
recital Is duo to 'Mrs. D. Howard
Hitchcock, as accompanist.
My Laildlo Thaor
Oajv liutterfly Hawley
Mrs. A. O. M. Robertson.
Summer Night florins Thomas
Tho Wedding Mom Ncvln
.Mrs. F. T. p. Waterhouse.
Wind and I.yro Harriet Ware
O, Me of Thy Might... Salnt-Sacns
Rccltatlvo ami air from "Samson
Mrs. Charles S. Weight.
I.asela Chlo Pianga Handel
Vnlzor, "Dl Musettn" Puccini
From "I.o lioheme"
Mrs. Charles Hall. .
Myself When Young... Ua LchmaTin
El Canto Del Prcsldlarlo Alverci
Mr.' T. F. Sedgwick.
The Wood Pigeon Lisa Iehmsnn
Tho Yellow Hammer .. Mza Lehmani)
Mrs. F. C. Athcrton.
Retreat Tt Torga
O Don Fatalo" Verdi
Itecltatlvo and nlr from "Don Carlos"
Miss- Alice Itbppor
' " 'ROOM IS SCANT
That Honolulu la to bo faced veiy
soon with tho oMi cemetery shortage
trouble was made evldont at tho
meeting of the1 Hoalth Hoard yester
day afternoon when after considerable
dismission nn the matter Health Olll
ccr Bhepherd was Instructed to look
Into the matter and collect nil tho
President Pratt statod that he had
beeir-nipronohd by -Wt O, Smith on
behalf of tho I.unalilo Homo. Aeconr
Ing to Mr. Smith thora' was only ono
moro burial lot left In tho Homo's
plot and he wnntod to know whether
the lines could be extondod or wheth
er the Hoard would agree to the com
mencement of, a now burial plot in the
Home's own ground.
The Hoard expressed Itself as being
against, he, opening of nfly'new burial
lots In Honolulu and the opinion was
expressed that Honolulu Would havo
to follow tho Iced tnrn'e by San Fran
cisco and remove all tho eemctorles
from the city, Nothing) will be done,
however, until Dr. Shepherd makes
CASTOR I A
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the Sooner1 the Treatment Is
' Begun'theBctfer.' '
There must' be no guesswork about
the treatment of pale, anamlc girls. II
yonr daughter la languid, lias a pale,
sallow complexion, Is sliort of breath,
especially on going up stair?, has pal
pitation of tho heart, n tendency to
faint and a poor appetite, sho lias
anaemia or lack of blood. Mistakes or
delay in tlio treatment may result In
such sorioug Impairment of her health
that she will bo weak and sickly daring
the rest of her life.
Atiiprnta 1 a Irutt nf b lttieqa tn ftiA
'blood width rannot he made good with
out caretul, Intelligent treatment. alio
diaoase occurs In over-worked girls and
In thoso who overstudy or are under
some strain. It may also bo Inherited
from the mother.
Mrs. Kmma A. VIckcry, whoso ad
dress it It. F. D. No. 8, .Wlnfleld,
Kans., says: "When I was a girl in
Canada about twenty-two years of age,
I became, greatly run down from the
effects of a sevens cold. 1 was tired
and languid and had no ambition. I
bad terrible headaches which luted for
days, Thorn was a roaring sound in
my oars all of tho time. My stomach
was out of order. My mother read of
the wonderful cures modo by Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People and
bought a few boxes. I could sco bene
fit in a short time and was completely
restored to health."
They liavo given tho most gratifying;
results In nniemla, -chlorosis, rheuma
tism, aftor-clleota of tho grip and fevers,
and aru highly recommended for all
run-down states of tho health. Wonlen
will find in Ur. Williams' Pink Pills
tho tonic exactly suited to their needs.
Mont of tho ills from which 'they suffer
are due to bloodlessucss a condition
which. tho pills readily correct.
The most satisfactory way to giro the
blood tho elements which It lacks is
through Dr. Williams' Pink Pilla.for
Pale People. 'A thorough, persistent
trial will make tho blood pure and red.
Two booklets, "Plain Talks to Wo
men'' and "Diseases of the Blood,"
will bo sent Ireo tiion request.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by
all druggists, or will 1)0 sent, postpaid,
on receipt of priro, 80c. tier wx l six
mt of orico. 60c. tier box i en
boxes, 12.50, by tho Dr. Williams Medl-
boxes, 12.50, by tho Dr. WiUU
cine Co., Bdicooctady, N. Y.
CLOTHE8.CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahi Sts. Phone 3029
For Every Need
. ARLEIQH & CO,
Hotel 8treet, Near Fort
' Limited ,l
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything In Booka"
For GENERAL OFFICE STAVlON
t!RY and FILINQ SYSTEMS, 'call or
write to us and we will fill your Wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
931 FORT 8TREET
' ri i un
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
3500 to 115,000 "
FOR ANYTHING Inl "
OLIVER a LANSING
80 Merchant Street
P. H. BURNETTE"1,
Commissioner of Deeds for California
and New York) NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grants Marriage Ltcensei. Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bill of 8ale, Leaaes,
Wilts, etc. Attorney for the District
Court. 79 MERCHANT 8T; HONO
LULU. PHONE 184.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
QA80LINE ENGINE, 11 Hi P.
1494 EMMA STREET Telephone V
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor nnd. Builder
Estimates given on all kinds
Concrete Work n Specialty
IMIIAIIl HTIIKKT, XKAK WUAND
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, 1. H.
- P, O. Box MM
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NOTICE OF ELECTION OF OFFI
Ahulmanu Pineapple & Ranch Co,
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Ahulmanu Pineapple &
ltnneh Company, lilmltcd, held In Ho
nolulu on Mnreh 20, 1IU2, tho follow
ing directors were elettnl to serve for
the ensuing jenri '
Mr. W. V. Ilurrnus, Jlr. IMwnrd Til-
den, Mr F. W. Mncfurlnne, Mr, fleorgc
HodleK, Mr. t' J. Talk.
At a tilieiinnt mnetlng of the
IlnArd of Dlreetur. thn fnllowlliff Alll-
cer were elected ft) serve -for thn en
suing 'year, U,:
Mr. F."W. Maefnrlanc President
Mr. W. 1 Iltuinns.,.. Vice-President
Mr. C. J. Fnlk
,,.... Reeretiry nnd Treasurer
Mr. (lenrge ItodleU Auditor
C. J. PAI.K,
Seeretnry, Ahulmanu Plnenppla &
Itnncli Co, Ltd
Honolulu, T. II, March 20, 1112.
DO IT NOW.
Send to tlio United Tailors nnd have
your suits cleaned, prciwed and re
paired. Altered If neecsiary. Prompt
anil pitrnonal njtintlnn given to all or
ders. Tel. 3990. Knplolnnl building.
WM. E. MILES
Propfletbr and Manager
Bread Baked Daily
You ean have your order ohanoed
dally .and be supplied with any -of
these varletloa (rant
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PHONE 1431 1134 NUUANU ST.
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has f the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coft'ee Cake. Be' sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FQHT STREST
' Celebrated Chicago
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
wt In the Market
HENRY MAY A O a
Cook a C
NO PRESERVATIVES IN1
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Your Grocer Sella It
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B, Lansing, Distributor
WA8 AWARDED HIQHECT HONORS
At th recent California State Fair
held nt Sacramento; "
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
a oash Prize
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATMR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street at end of Bethel
YeJJ Stocked with New Drugs 'and
Tho Most Populnr Candles. Made I
sin tli a lfnat BsS
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.H
J1UZ4 Fort St. Telephone 1361
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE,
Under and by virtue of a certain
Writ of Execution Issued by the Hon
orable Wm.' I. Whitney. Second Judge
of the Circuit Court ofthc First Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the Sth
day of February, A. D. 1912, In the
matter of Julia H. Macy, Plaintiff, vs.
C. J'. Peterson, Defendant, for the sum
of night Hundred Mighty-nine and 60-
100 ($889 60) Dnllnrs, I did on the 8th
day of February, A. D. 1812, make a
demand on C. F. Petirson, therein
limned ns defendant, lor payment of
vald judgment ns stated above, and
having fnlled to comply with such de
mand to pay snld Judgment, I did, on
the '2Ut day of February, A. D. 1912,
levy upon nnd shall offer, nnd exposa
for snle nnd sell at public nuctlon to
the highest bidder the property herein
after referred to, to satlfy the said
Writ of Ilxecullon, nt the City Auction
Rooms, llethel street, Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hnwall, nt 12 o'clock noon of Saturday,
the 23rd day of March. A. D. 1012, all
nt the right, title and Interest of the
snld C. F Peterson, therein named as
defendant, In nnd to the following de
scribed proptrty. Unless the sum due
under snld Writ of, Execution, together
with Interest, cost nnd my feo nnd
expenses, are previously paid.
, PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
All of the right, title nnd Interest
of the said C. F. Peterson In nnd to
thoio certain premises sltunto nt Ke'
unlo, In snld Honolulu, being ajl of
Lots 22 nnd 23 In lllock 8 of the Ke
vvnlo Tract, nnd the smo conveyed to
('. F. Peterson by deed of IloslnavAn
tonlsrl, dated November C, 1897, re
corded In the Hawaiian Registry of
Conveyances In I.lber 172, pages 4CC-7.
Terms: Cash In United States gold
Dated, Honolulu, City and County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, this
21st day of February, A. D. 1912.
High Rherlff. Territory of Hawaii.
Bier Feb 21: Mar C, 22
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF TI1K
First Judicial-Circuit, Territory of Ha
waii. At Chambers. In Probate. In
the matter of the IMnte of William
Mcfourt, deeensed. Notice to Credit
ors. Tho Undersigned, having been
duly appointed Kxecutnr of the Will
jf William McCourt, deceased, hereby
gives notice to nil creditors of snld
deceased, to present their clnlms, duly
authenticated and with' proper vouch
ers, If any exist, even If tho claim Is
secured by mortgage upon real ettute,
to It nt the faltlce of the Hawaiian
Trust Company, Limited, 923 Fort
street, .Honolulu, within six months
from the date of the, tlrst publication
of this notice, said date being March
If., 1912. or within lx months from
the dato they fall due, or tho some
will ho forever barred. Honolulu,
March 13, 1912. HAWAIIAN TRUST
COMPANY, I.1MITF.D, Kxecutnr of
the Will of William McCourt, de-
censed. Kinney, I'roser Anderson f
Mnrx, attorneys for executor.
MSfi Mar 15, 22, 29: Apr C, 12
For the Furnishing of a Power Police
Patrol for the Use of the Police
Department of the City and County
Sealed proposals will he received nt
tho Oltlce of the City and County
Clerk up to the hour of 7;!0 p. In. of
Tuesday, April 23, 1912, for 1 power
Police Patrol with tho following re
quirements; Iiody to scat twelve passengers nnd
designed to carry stretcher.
Sides open, without rear doors. Step
to carry two pusxengcrs.
Maximum spaed: 30 miles per hour.
Motor, number cylinders 4 to G.
Shaft or chain drive.
Tires; 30x5 minimum front, pneu
matic; 30x5)4 rear, pneumatic; or dual
Ulectrlc1 bead lights.
tlenerntor with storage.
Submit' bid also for chassis only.
As a guarantee of good faith, bid
ders ure required to file certified checks
equal to 5 of bids submitted.
Tho (Hoard of Supervisors reserves
Hie right-to reject any or'all bids.
I. KAI,AUOKALANI Jit.
K City nnd County Clerk,
HISCMnr 15, 10. 181 '19, 20, 21, 23, 23,
Sealed Tenders will bo received by
the Territorial Hoard of Hnrhor Com
inlsslonera up until 2:30 p m. of Wed
nesday, May li 1912, for furnishing
nil labor and material and construct
ing Queen, Street Jlulkhead Sheds.
All tenders must be nddrossed to
MarMnn Campbell, Chairman, Hoard Of
"Plans, Specifications nnd Hlank
Forms of Proposal iiro on lllo lit tho
olllce of' tho Superintendent of Publlo
Tho Hoard of Harbor Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or all
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
.i - i' m '1 n 1 w t, 1 v 1
Want nds lu the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u bring
tou rich returns.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDING TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THK TERRITORY OF HAWAII, by
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works', Plaintiff and 1'etl
1 tloner, vs. fSAHEI.IJV It. WOODS;
PA1.MKH PARKICIt WOODS and
MOLI.1K WOODS, his wife; MARY
ALICE HI.UUTT and P. W. P.
DLUDTT, -her husband; JAMKS
FRANK WOODS and KVA WOODS
' his wife; SAMUEL, PAIlKKIl
WOODS and HOHK WOODS, hi
wife; MAUKt, ItOUBRTSON IJKCK
I.I2Y and HUNRY BUCKLEY, her
husband; MAUD WOODS; l.UCY
WOODS; R. W. SlIlNai.K, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE nnd ALLEN W. T.
DOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under the'
Will of James Wight, deceased;
KOHAI.A RANCH COMPANY, LIM
ITED, an Hawaiian Corporation hav
ing Its principal oilier at Puuhue,
District of Kohala, Island' und Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOE, MARY
DOE and ItlCHARb DOE, Unknown
owners and claimants, Defendants
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII:
TO THE Hiail SHERIFF of th
Territory of Hnwall, or his Dep
uty: YOU ARE COMMANDED to sum
mon 1SAUELLA H. WOODS; PAL
MER PARKER WOODS and MOI.I.ID
WOODS, Ills wife; MARY AL1CM
HI.UETT and P. W. P. IH.UETT. her
husband; JAMES FRANK WOODS
and EVA WOODS, his wife; SAMUEL
PARKER WOODS und noSB WOODS,
his wife; MAI1EI. IlDllEItTHON
HECKI.EY and HENRY 11ECKI.EY.
her husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It. W. SHINGLE. ERNEST
WODEHOUSE and ALLEN W. T.
UOTTOMLEY, Trustees under the Will
of Jnmcs Wight, deceased; KOHALA
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, bo
Hawaiian Corporation having Its prin
cipal olllce nt Puuhuo, District of Ko
hnln, Isltnil and Territory of Huwall:
JOHN DOE, MARY DOE and RICH
ARD DOE, unknown owners nnd claim
ants, defendants. In case they shall nle
written unswer within twenty days after
service hereof to bo nnd appear before
tho said Circuit Court nt tho term
thereof pending Immediately after th
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pending nt such time, then to
be and .appear before the said Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, the January 1912 Term
thereof, to be holdcnot the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
eighth day of January next, at 10 '
o'clock a. m to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lands de
scribed In tho petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not bo awarded to the
Territory of Hawaii, pursuant to th
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And have you then there this Writ
with full return of your proceeding
WITNESS tho Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of tha First
Circuit, at Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
day of February, 1911.
(Sgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
L. 7276. Reg. 3. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, First Circuit. Territory of Ha
waii, The Territory of Hawaii by
MarBton Campbell, Superintendent of
Publlo Works, Plaintiff and Petitioner,
vs. Isabella H. Woods et al, Defend
ants and Respondents. Petition. Fi'd
and Issued February 11, 1111, at 10: Ef
a. m. J, A. Thompson. Clerk. Return
ed at 1:30.' o'clock p,im April 13. 1911.
Robert Parker, Jr., Asst Clerk. Orig
inal. , , x
Territory of Hawaii, )
City nnd County tot ) ss.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hnwall, do hereby certify th
foregoing to he a full, true and correct
copy of the original 'summons In th
caso of Territory of 'Iawull' by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
llo Works, vs. Isabella H. Woods et
a) , as the same remains of record and
on (He In the oltlco of the Clerk of Bald
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hove
hereunto set my hund and affixed th
seal of said Court' this 21st' day 01
(Seal) HENRY SMITH,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of HawalL
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, und Arthur O, Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, for the Petitioner.
CIOAU NOW 60
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