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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H 8ATURDAY, MAR. 23, 1912.
PLANS NEW ALPHABET
H mf style shown In our new Y
Hj complete catalogue, at YH
1 R Get ,n line ,or moil delivery ml price! which mean a B
H by numbering your house. Stand II peat laving. !
IH nrd aluminum numbers now In II Rllllflinrr l
Q Handtome anil inexpensive. H of all kinds-. i
I H Saih, Doon, PainU fW
H 8 Hardware, etc. JU
B. H Btqitlt7oftooditl,t
HI eria. Pronpt hipnratfl.
M SJ kJ"foY'If?ijf'5
MB M I
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day tip
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high closi hotel at very moderate
rales. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
ns Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address 'Trawets"AIlC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
A hotel that has reach
ed the liighest stnudaid of
exi elli nee of lintel man
agement. Centrally located
and iiunmiinds the patron
age of persons who know
Cmma St., above Vineyard
AM. TUP. TIME. WHETHER KOK
itnsT on recreation ai'to on
MC FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
Mmle hi; the Kimthrftil U"i5
l'fucem' "if iiniiluerl thl
mat nrnt umlirnt loion.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
(clt mattresses; the only thinB they
have in common, is the word cotton
J. H0PP & CO.
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets
OAHU FURNITURE lO.
Kli g Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. t). Uox KtO Phone toil
?ionrert and Leaden la
the Automobile BuilnMt
Agents for auch veil-known ear
it Packard. Pope-Hartford, 8Tns
Ouryee, Cadillac, Tiinmas Kljtr,
Inlrk. Overlaud, Dakar Ktactrle, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
R. J. DERGER ELECTRIC WORKS
1181 Alakea Street Near Beretanla
Storage Batteriei rented, recharged
($1, 7".i for cash) and "repaired.
Expert work on Coll and Magnetos.
Complicated electrical work .of every
description ottended to on short notice.
For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OL08MOD(LE, No. 403 1 RENAULT.
No. 404; I.ANOAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
AM. VVK ASK 18 A TniAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1821 K. plol.nl Building
Us a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
FOR SALE OR HIRE
52 KUKUI STREET
Telephone 1109 ,
518 S. King M.
The IIICVCI.K IiKALKIt mid ItK.
I'.UIUMt, has moTcd to
180 K1.NM 'HTUKET
New loriillon Itetl front, ncur
Vomit; Building. Telephone 318.
258 Beretanla St.
, opp. Royal Hawaiian
Want :nls In Hie
)ou rich returns.
II 11 1 1 ctln lirliiK
TO OUST THE OLD ONE
Prof, Fred Newton Scott Tells
Language Body He'll Drop
More time Is to tic saved for the
stenoKrupher; more space I to be
laced lit the disposal of the letter
writer and thouuhts are to be express
ed direct, without v.uste, In n new nl
pliahet adapted to meet the modern
demand or scientific management, nc
cordlnx to Prof Fred Newton Scott of
thr University of Mlchliain, who pre
Kented n Klmplllled phonetic alphabet
In nh address liefore the Modern Lull
Kuage .Koclntlon In Mandel Hall at
the University of Chicago. ,
Will Shorten Alphabet. '
The alphabet, ulilch Ik raid to have
the approval of type manufacturers
mid typewriter houses, Is Intended to
reduce the modern English alphabet by
nine characters and dn awny with com
bination which. Prof. Scott declarer
ore cumbersome, uusteful nnd compli
cated and do not express clearly the
thought of the speaker or writer.
"The design for n new alphabet that
I have ilrnwn," said Prof Scott, "Is to
take the place of the present English
alphabet and no attempt nt least for
the present has been made to' adapt
It either to ordinary or to stenographic
writing Our present system of writ
ing and spelling Is vague, cumbersome
nnd wasteful of time. Since we have
devoted so much energy nnd thought
to time-Having devices, why not suve
time In that which would benefit near
ly every man nnd womnn, especially
thoso In business.
Calls Elements 8lmple.
"The elements of the nlphnhet that
I have designed nre simple. For a
consonant n perpendicular stroke, stem
or column would be used, to which may
be added horizontal projections at the
top. middle nnd bottom, whllo n dash
or broken clrclp, would represent vow-l
els. ICnch of these mnrks will havo
one meaning when they nre, light nnd
another when they ore henvy. Tho
system resembles shorthand In one re-
spect. yet tho simplicity of the entire
proposition Is such that no one need
devote u great denl of study In order
to master Its meaning.
"Simple vowels nre represented by n
dash, while rounded vowels would bo
mnrked by n circle with the open vow-
els henvy nnd closed ones light. A
horizontal dash, for Instance, plnced In"
front of the tcm would menn n slm-j
pie vowel, while the back position
would be representde by n vertlcnl
dnsl, nnd the Intermediate position by
an Inclined dash.
Would Be Benefit, He Says.
"It Is understood nnd perfectly pat
ent to me that such u. chnneo In our
nlphnhet would mean a great revolu-
twin In thn 1?li.rutt luni-iint-n lint u'lmrt
onro mich a yHtcm wn PntnbUhil
llrmly It would he n hundredfold more
beneficial than even slmplllled spell
ing. What tired business man at some
time of the day or other hus not laid
down n long letter hecnuse the long
words nnd sentences are tiring his'
brain? Wlint Jurist has not nt some
time or other been entangled In tho
maze of verbiage until his eyes swam?
ft nil or this could bo so slmplllled
Hint writing would tako but half tho
time that It does nt present. Type
manufacturers and typewriter houses
have npproved tho plan nnd promise
their hearty support for n slmplllled
method of writing English."
Is In Favor of Harmony.
Harmonizing methods of language
expression ns taught In different
schools nnd even In different countries
wns advocated by l'rof. William Gard
ner Hale, head of the Ijitln department
of the University of Chlcngo, In his re
port ns chairman of the committee of
llfteen, which Is an organization rep
resenting the National IMucntlonul
Association, the American I'hllologlcnl
Hoclety mid the Modern Ijinguiigo As
sociation of America.
THE PANAMA CANAL
Steamship companies report a grout
rush of tourists to the Pnunma Canal
which should not cxclto uurprlso
Thla Is the greatest undertaking of Its
kind tho world has oor booh nnd di"
olileOly tho largest piece of construe'
lion work which the United States
Ii.ir to Its credit. Moreover, this Is
Iho season for travel South, and now
Is perhaps the best time to view the
great Interoccan waterway, A llttlo
over a year henco water will bo lot
Into the caluil. and when that occur3
much of tho hum of Industry along
the lino will cense.
At present tho groat locks uro vls-
"'lo, tho giant machines nre throbbing
i;t their labor, tho thousands of work
era mo, busy nnd tho rountlesg fornu
of activity Incident to tho construe
Hon of the big ditch can now ho seen
nt their best, A few weeks later hot
weather will set In, nnd by next vn
ter the scene may not ho so plctur
esnue. jt Is un Inspiring sight anil
nnd one that must thrill overy Ainorl
enn with pride as ho looks on nnd
thinks that this vast undertaking has
not been productive of oven n whlspor
of scandal. The cnnal la an Amorlcaii
That the battleship N'ew Hampshire
narrowly escaped sinking ut the
Ilrooklyn navy yurd hus Just leaked
out from tinulllclu! sources.
II 11 1 1 e 1 1 11 Want Ads will Und IL
1 39 Merchant Street
That f f3l
Hard coughs are bad enough, to
be sure. But It's often the lit
tle, tacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there is a his
tory of weak lungs In the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle cf Aycr's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
fntttU Pf.lCI ,., d C. , t-.lt. Mn U. S. A.
1 . -.) I
(Omeil by Merrill.)
A voman's ork Iss nerfer done.
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''" "he can vorry nboudl sonielhliig.
jm j ,,ff,r (i,.erntlon ns how
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",,v n" '" "nck "V,fr"' ''u'
Vhen n omnn begins to talk lilt vas
preddy shinurt feller tiut run seu
Vhen you train up n child In der
vny hit should go und succerd in der
Job hit Iss going some,
,. u.r , ,,,, , V11B
'""-"InB he don't effer do so much as
he Intends to dn tomorrow.
Iff any body could get Ids eye ondir
fool killer I het you ns how lie utihl
iu, ..rn.ecnted for criminal neulluence.
hit Iss nil right for n man to keep
cool In ihr hour off danger, but he
dop't vnnt hit alt In. hU-.fveU ..
Der power off prayer Iss losing Its
effect on some people because dey get
vhnt dey deserve. Instead of what dey
Dere van some people In dese vnrld
ns don't seem to get tired nuking n
lot off other people feel iter snmu vny.
Dlt you effer notice vhnt n lot nit
people seem to get some pleasure out
off not hailing any fun In life?
Vhen you liaff got your mind made
up to dn n mean thing, hy slnist vnlt
until tomorrow, hut Iff hit Iss u noble
Job, vhy do It now.
BIG ISLAND LOCALS
Tho Ilonnmu Sugar Co. last week
nicd a lionii of $100 for a new trial In
the suit brought against It by John
Curios Medelros, who wns itrlvlug tho
Uockliigton hearse when he was bo
Injured by n fulling tree Hint his leg
wns later on amputated. Tho Jury
nwuidcd him $7000 damages.
A i?culhir railroad accident took
place ut llolualoa, Konu, last week,
when a Japanese sugar plantation la
borer was found to huvu been run ov
er by tho plantation train, although
no one knew that this had hapKned
until after tho body wns discovered.
The cnptnln of tho schooner K. K.
Wood, which has been In port for somo
days, met his fntu at Walukea last
week, when ho became tho husband
of Miss Helen rCnulweln, tho leader of
one of the social cliques of that su
Inirb. Hllo Tribune.
Tho directors of tho Crnter Hotel
hold u meeting last Tuesday ut which
It was decided to close tho hostelry
for tho present, ut least. It may ho
ro-oponcd on May 15 In order to take
In tho summer business.
I), ft. Melzger received n cablegram
tolling him that his only hruthor, I'mil
Metzger. was killed Instantly 011
March 14, by his automobile. upsottliiK
nn him at Iteddlng, Oil,
A. A, Whltcoinb, formerly connect
ed with the Mai Hon H. H. Co. Honolu
lu brunch, rnmo to Hllo hist, woek tn
tuko 11 iKisltlou with the Hllo It. 11.
Tho Ulshnp estate lias notified Its
I'lont street tenants Hint they must
construct sldewnlkB, In accordance
with tho terms of their lenses.
II. R Young or tho Honolulu lirnw-
ery Is In Hllo on business connected
with tho deal for tho Cnnnrlo busi
ness. Mnrston Campbell Is calling for hide
to he opened Apiil 8 for the construc
tion of tho KlliPlanl homestead ruad,
.t the annual ti ting of the stock-
loldcrs of the .Minima nil l'lni apple fe
ltanch Company. Limited, held III Ho
nolulu on Mnreh'21), PHI. the follow
In,? dlreitnrs were eltcted to if no for
the ensuing year
.Mr V P. Ilurrorts, Mr Edward Til-
den, Mr 1' V Mnefiirlane, Mr (leorge
Roillik. .Mr ('. J I'ntk
At n subsequent meeting of the
Hoard of Directors, the following old
cors were elected to s, rve for the en
suing year, via
.Mr I' V Maefarl.ino President
W. F llurrows Vlce.Presldi nt
I J I'ulk
Secretary and Treasurer
(li orgc llodlek Auditor
C J PAI.K.
Secretary, Ahuliiianii Pimapple &
Hunch Co. Mil
Honolulu, T II. March SO, 1912.
I hereby give notice that Win. D.mel
Is mi longer rotiueeted with my dental
Honolulu, March .. 1912.
r i PKiinrHoN, i) i). s.
f,l7f, Mur 2, , 10, 23
DO IT NOW.
Send to the United Tailors and have
your suits cleaned, pressed and re
p.ilred. Altered If necessary. Prompt
ami personal attention given to nil or
ders. Tel MM. Knplolanl building.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
oelly and be supplied with any
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
lus the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels anil
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 21 24.
1121 FORT STREIT
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
set In the Market
HENRY MAV CO.
AT YOUR QR0CER8'
N. B. Lansing, Distributor
WA8 AWARDED HIQHECT HONORS
M the recent California State Fulr
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD sns
A CASH PRIZE
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATER FOUNTAIN
1 HAWAII DRUO CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
V), Stocked with New Drugs end
Tho Most Popular Ca
on the Con
1024 Fort St. Tel
IN Till: ClItCl'IT COL'IIT, KIItST
circuit. Territory of Hawaii In Pro
bate At Cliiimlnr. No. 411. In the
matter of the Hstate of Waller !! ms n
llrliickerhofr. di reused. On reading
and tiling the petition and ncrouiits of
The Hawaiian Trut Company, I.ltnlt-
1, iiiielllary administrator with the
will aiinexid of the estate of Wulttr
Iti'iiisin tlrliukf rlinrf. decensed, whire
lu pttltloner iisks to be allowed Jl.-
tl!i r4 and charged with tlO.lhT 31. nml
nsks that the same be examined and
approved, and that a II mil older be
made of dl-trlbiitlon of the remaining
propcity to tin persons thereto enti
tled nnd discharging petitioner and
sun ties fioni nil further responsibility
herein: It Is Ordi red. that Wednesday,
the nth day of April, A. I) 1112. at
!t o'clock u m before the Judge pre
siding at Chambers of Mild Court at
the courtroom In the old V. M ' A.
building, In Honolulu. County of Ho
nolulu, be mid the same hi reby Is tip-
minted the time and plan- for hearing
said petition mid neiounts, and that
all persons Interested m.iy then mid
theie appuir mid show cause, If any
they h,ie, why the same should not
I n- granted, nnd may present eUdmce
ns to who nre entitled to the said prop-
ert. Ity the Court! JOHN MAIt
CAI.I.I.N'o, Clerk. Plrst Circuit Court
Dated the 8th day of March, 1912.
Slat Mnr , 10. 23, 30
For the Furnishing of a Power Police
Patrol for the Use of the Police
Department of the City and County
Healed pioposuls will be received at
the Olllce of the City and County
Clurk up to the hour of 7:',0 p. m. of
Tuesday, April S3, 1HPJ, for 1 power
Police Patrol with the following re-
llody to seat twelve passengers und
designed to carry stretcher.
Hides open, without rear doors. Step
to carry two passengers.
.Maximum speed: .10 miles per hour.
Motor, number cylinders 4 to G.
Hhnft ur (hnln drltc.
Tires: 3ltxS minimum front, pheu
inatlc; 3f.xM. rear, pneumatic; or duul
Clei'trlc head lights,
(lenerator with storage.
Hiibmlt hid nlso for chassis only.
As n guarantee of good faith, bid
ders an required to lUu certllled checks
equal to f of bids submitted.
I'he Hoard of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or nil bids.
I). KAI.AUOKAI.ANI JR.,
City mid County Clerk.
51SC Mar 1.1, 1(1, 18, ID, L'0. 21, :;, 23.
He.eled Tenders will be received by
the Territorial Hoard of Harbor Com
missioners up until 2:.10 p. m, of Wed
nexilay. May 1, 1912. for furnishing
nil labor and material und construct
ing Queen Street llulkhend Sheds.
All tenders must be addressed to
Mnrston Campbell, Chairman, Hoard of
Plans, Specifications nnd Illniik
1'orms of Proposal nro on tile In the
otllce of the Superintendent of Public
The Hoard of Harbor Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or all
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
P 0. Boi MO
Conducts all cUnei of Audit ana
Inveititrationi, and furniihei Report!
t. all kindi oi financial work
Suirvestlom given (or limplifjiny
ur yitematizlnR office wotk. All
POULTRY FOR SALE
8. C. WHITE LEQHORN8
Eggs for hatching. Day-old Chicks
from our four pens, with trap nested
record of over 200 eggs a year.
A few very choice Cockerels from
Maklkl Heights Poultry Ranch
Orders booked now Visitors welcome
undies MadttH a a, . 1
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THB
FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OF HAWAII.
HOLDINQ TERMS IN THE CITY
AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
THi: THItltlTUllY OK HAWAII, ty
Murslon Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, Plulntlrf and Peti
tioner, vs IHA1IKI.I.A II. WOODS!
PALM Hit PAHKHIt WOODS und
MOU.I1-: WOODS, his wife; MAItV
A1.ICI: HLL'KTT und 1. W. P.
HI.HHTT, b,-r husband, JAMHH
I'ltANK WOODS and BVA WOODS,
his wlte; S A M C U I. PA ItK Kit
WOODS und HOSi: WOODS, hie
lte; MAHHI. ItOUUIITHON UP.CK
I.IJY and ItUNItY HHCKI.UY. her
husband; MAUD WOODS; l.IICY
WOODS; It. ' SHI.NIJf.K, UHNHHT
WODHlltH'SH und AI.I.HN W. T
IIOTTOMI.HY, Trustees undir the
Will of James ttlKht, dew-used;
KOIIAI.A ItAKl'll COMPANY. I.IM
ITllU. mi HuMulliin Corporation luiv
IliK Its principal olllce lit Puiihiiu,
District of Kohatu, Island and Ter
ritory of Hawaii; JOHN DOH, MAHY
Doll and ltlCIIAltl) DOH. unknoun
owners und clulumnts, Defeudulite
TIIH THItltlTOHY OP HAWAII:
TO TUB 1IIC1H SHKItlPP of the
Territory of llnwull, or his Dep
uty: YOU Alii: COMMANDED to sum
mon ISAHHl.l.A II. WOODS; PAL
Ml.'lt PAItKKlt WOODS and MOI.LIW
WOODS, his wife; MAItY AI.ICK
III.UETT and P. W P. IH.UKTT. her
husband; JAMHS THANK WOODS
und KVA WOODS, his wife; HAMUKL
PAIIKHlt WOODS mid HOSE WOODS,
his wlfo; MAIIKL ItOIIKItTHON
IIKCKI.EY und HENRY IIECKI.EY.
Iier husband; MAUD WOODS; LUCY
WOODS; It W. SIIINai.E, ERNEST
WODEHOUSE and AI.I.EN W. T.
HOTTOMI.EY, Trustees under the Will
of James U'lulit, deceusd; KOIIAI.A
RANCH COMPANY, LIMITED, an
Havsulliin Corporation IinvInK ltt prin
cipal olllce nt Puuhue, District of Ko
halii, Island und Territory of Hawaii;
JOHN DOE. MAItY DOE nnd RICH
ARD DOE. unknown owners und claim
ants, defendants. In case they shall nle
written unswer within twenty days after
service hereof to be and appear before
the said Circuit Court at the term
thereof pending; Immediately after the
expiration of twenty days after ser
vice hereof; provided, however. If no
term be pendlnR at such time, then to
be slid appear before tho said Cir
cuit Court at the next succeeding term
thereof, to wit, th January 1912 Term
thereof, to lie holden ut the City and
County of Honolulu, on Monday, the
elKhth day of January neat, at 10
o'clock n. in., to show cause why Judg
ment of condemnation of the lands de
scribed In the petition herein and for
such other relief demanded In the pe
tition should not be awarded to the
Territory of llnwull, pursuant to the
tenor of Its annexed petition.
And hnvo you then there thla Writ
with full return of your proceeding '
WITNESS the Honorable Presiding
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Plrat
Circuit, ut Honolulu aforesaid, this 11th
duy of February, 1911.
(Bgd.) J. A. THOMPSON,
U 72"C. Reg, I. Pg. 239. Circuit
Court, Klrst Circuit. Territory of Ha
waii. The Territory of Hawaii by .
Marston Campbell, Superintendent of
Public Worki., Plaintiff und Petltlonei,
vs. Isabella II. Woods et nl., Defend
ants and Itespondents. Petition. FP'd
and Issued February 11. 1911, at lOjtl
a. m. J. A. Thompson, Clerk. Return
ed nt 1:30 o'clock p. in, April 13. 1911
Robert Parker. Jr.. Asst. CUrk. Orig
inal. Territory of Hawaii, )
City and County of ) as.
I, Henry Smith, Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit. Ter
ritory of Huwull, do hereby certify the
forei;oliig to be a full, true nnd correct
copy of the orlglnul summons In the
case of Territory of Hawaii by Mar
ston Campbell, Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, vs. Isabella II. Woods et
nl , ns the same remains of record and
on file In the otllce of the Clerk of aald
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my band and a (Tiled the
-i-til of sHld Court this Slut day 01
(Seal) HENRY BM1T1I.
'lerk. Circuit Court of the First Ju
dicial Clrrult, Territory of Hawaii
Alexunder Lindsay, Jr., Attorney
General, mid Arthur (1. Smith. Deputy
Attorney (leuernl, for the Petitioner.
rill.tll MMV Cc
M. A. GUNST & CO. Aflents
I F I T'8 PAINT
And you want a good Job, sse me
SHARP 8IGN8 ARE SEEN
Phone 1697 847 Kaahumanu
You must get the II u lie tin
get the .ch.