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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.( FRIDAY, MAR. 29, 1912.
J. SI. WAIT will go to Ilnwnll on
the (Mainline tonight.
' -MHH. ZUNO K. MYi:itS will lenvo
next Tuesday for a short visit to Illlo.
lilt, J. II. HAYMOND Is leaving to
day for n business and professional
tili to Alnul.
Hl'PCUVlBOIl V. P. I'OOUK of
Mnul returns to his liomc today nftcr
a week In Honolulu.
T. U PEUNCIL.UC of Ilaltlinore linn
rot ti r nod to tlio mainland after a vnia
tlon trip to tlio Islands.
DAVID h. WAI.THIt nrrlvotl by the
Nippon Mnru from tlio Orli'tit yestcr
dny. Ho wan recently heio repre
senting tlio Trnvelors do Luxe.
HOvT.HNOU KHKAH In exported
buck from Illlo tomorrow. Ho matlo
n II)Iiik trip to Inspect the. laying out
of tlio extension proposed for tlie city.
JAPANESE PUSH CART MEN
MUST HAVE LICENSES
Timililii Is abend for the purveyors
of tho succulent tofu, the soup tli.it
Is to bo bought from tlio little pnsh
onrts nf the Japanese According "
tlio statistics given by n very worried
looking Japanese till morning, the Job
liieessltntcs either ii tint ti nnd wife be
ing with the curt or elu two men. niul
Hie average nightly earning Is fnini
olio to one nnd ii hiilf dollars. Now
the Hoard of llonlth Is slipping In nnd
asking Hint the tofu Miidors Inko out
Two of the push-carts wire outside
the Hoard of lli'iillli building this
morning nnd the iwiiirn wore told
what they bud to do. The curts wire
lean mid tborofoio tiny wore allowed
to go on their way, but It Is cry
llkily that In 1 1 1 future all carts must
bo takin to the health hoard and he
Inspect, il la fine liuslness call bo done
on the stroits
Democratic Club, Fourth Precinct,
A inn tint; will bo hold tonlgln lit
1 r.'io Klmiu nl roil, ut T::io in. for
the purpose of iiomhiatluK dolomites
to the Territorial Convention
W. ('. MctloNAdl.i:,
Tenth Precinct, Fifth District.
Tin re will I'n a luootliiK of the T nth
Precinct, I'lflh District. Itopubllcaii
i 'tub at the school building, coruor of
(liillck avenue and Hockley nil cot, on
I'll. lay. the Slith day of .Match, I'.il'.'.
bttwion the hours of 7.M i in. mid
p in., for the purpose of nominating
candidates for delegates to the Terrl
lly oiiHr of the I'balnn.in:
SIM -It .Secretary.
IN TIIIO CIltCIMT CllUItT (11.' Till:
Klist Judicial i.'lrctilt, Ttrrllory of I In -uiill
At I'baiubors In l'rohate In
the matter of the Instate of Thomas
Jones. Diceasod Notice to Creditors.
The uiuli rslgnod, having boon duly ap
pointed i:ccutor of the Will of
Tlioin.is Jones, deceased, hereby gives
uotko to nil creditors of said de
ceased, to prcxuit their ilalnis, duly
authenticated and with proper vouch
ors. If nuy exist, oven If the ilnltu Is
8i cured by mortgage upon real es
tate, to It at the olllce of the Hawai
ian Trust Company. Limited, DM l'ort
Ktieet. Honolulu, wltllhin six months
from the date of the llrst publication
of this notice, said date helm; .March
-i. liilit, or within six months from
the date they fall due, or the s.uno will
ho fureor barred. Honolulu, March
2li. 11IIL'. HAWAIIAN TltlJMT COM
PANY, I.IMlTi:i). i:ecutor of the
Will of Thomas Jones. Deceased. Kin
ney. Prossor, Anderson & Mnrx, at
torneys for executor.
.-.I'.IS Mar 2; Apr 5. 1. 19. C,
(Continued from Page 1)
Inntlc In the stokehold of the oeentilc
In New Yolk they met Uupont, who
Joined them, and the three took n side
door Pullman for HulTnlo, whire they
stoked their wny on tlio Ureal Inkpn
to Duliith There llrowu and his com
I ii li Ion engaged themselves to sbovil
topper ore on the docks, while Dtipont
"shipped" for a Job In the Idaho minor..
Whin llrown tired of stevedoring ore
lie took passage on a car of rnft coal
for I'.irK" Tin re be not n "good
siiu.ire" In n tin n for niou Ink thotnwn
of ii promlnoiit citlcn, and then took
a Job with a harvesting out lit ut Devil's
l'ike, where he worked fur two months
at t' n day and ho.ird.
JolnluiC Dupont In Idaho, he went
with lilm to Jackson's Hole to work
with n threshing irevv. The next inoe
Was to Halt Ijike, win re tiny nrrlM d
on January 1 early In the morning. A
intlkman. of whom they nskod for dl
rrctlou on the strut, Jumped on tils
wngoti and whipped up Ids horse In
doing to (iarlleld on top of an ob
sitvutlnn, they wire arrostul as sus
poited miirdorers by Hie toiiuty slnr
IIT, who wns on a man hunt ut tlio
time Finally they readied l.os Angn
les last mouth, win re they saw n story
In the papers to the effort that I'minls
ami I. Illlo were ongngiil In n similar
lour of the world.
! "I'rancls mid I were at 'pn p' school
toBither." Diiiiout says. "fit course,
mi lool.iil him up. I, Illlo hud liouti n
l It from St. Louis to Los Angeles, nnd
Kinncli wus Just starling hi with him
,Tho four of us Jiilmd foicis ami ae
coptul an offer from the proprietor of
a southern hot, I to till our sad stories
to his guests nt V pir day Then u
rutahir Invited us to tome nnd woik
for lilm It lo.illy wasn't our fault
Wo wauliil to work, but be insist d
on pluv If ik poker.
"Two of us i nine north blind b.ii:
gage mid two of us 'loppid u freight '
J At Santa li.iibaru we wore airest'Ml for
.vagrancy There Is u 'hull' ut the di -
ipot there who ought to have a litui-
.drod .veins. Ho loft his mark on two
"The Judge gave us two hours to got
out of town. e all four went up to
the hcm.li niul shook hands with lilm.
I " 'You're u good fi How, Judge; you're
all right.' we told hhti.
Were Nearly Dead Broke.
"Itnl when we struck San 1'rnn-
Icisio we wire prctt) near dead broke.
We stayul In the Kerry building that
night until the pollccm.il! diove us
out Then we went across the street
and talked to it bartender He rmig
up u iiiutttr on his cask register by
uilstnko In show lug us hnw It worked,
and bow ho couldn't give us n ilrink
without bis boss Minting II out In tin'
morning. Tlu' loss of the quarter made
lilm mad mid he drove us out
"Then n policeman 'Inti rvlcvveil us'
He lame to the conclusion that we
were yeggmeii mid told us to 'got to
cover' mid keep nut of sight or he
would run us In As what wo had been
trying to do all night was to 'get to
cover,' we mceptfd Ids advke with re
"A saloon-keeper on Third street al
lowed us to sit In a booth on I'oiiilitlou
wo didn't go to sleep, anil when the
day bm keeper came on In the morning
we nil partook of free lunch on the
assumption that we hail boon buying
drinks nil night."
I'liuii that to the six-course lunch at
the Palace, 'with twn governors and
the mayor making nice speeches, was
onlv u matter of mooting an old col
By our remarkable new
Results count. We deliver
Pour successful applicants for the
position of cltv mid i mint health In
spot tor are to he nainoil following n
ooni'iroiico of the supervisors! lomiult
toe on sanitation and health, which Ii
to be In Id this evening at the call of
Till! ti ui applicants for a position
which pas a snlary of $'.io n month
ale now on the waiting list.
All examination vvhhli Is pionounctd
mi cxcitdltigl) dlllleult one was taken
by ovir n score of persons They In.
cluileil men from n dlvirsity of walks
In life Among thi nuiubir who en
deiivorod to laud under the wire worn
u former meiiihir of the board of su
pervisors, n lUutlst, bookkeiper, clerks,
druggist, forimr polite olllci rs, me-
oluuiloh niul an einplove of thu lVdeiul
customs siivlce. Sevetnl men from
the llapiil Tianslt Company wile In
Mm for examination mid In one or two
Instanoes pasid with lllng colors
A list or iimnos of tlioe who passed
the examination Is now in the hands
of Chairman Krugir of tlio sanitation
and health ttiumilltio. It incliidis the
following: William Dam I. A. K. Har
ris, V. P. Jiir, J 11 (.Hirer, Itoss Hall.
J Wright. I'red Mhultz, W A. Kane,
T lloiiuii, II. 1. Wntson, P. V. Wood,
i:. N Vuillor and M Harry.
The highest lurccntnge riiieheil was
!li. While the lowest passed with 70.
'I li' si lection of tlio four luik men.
It Is stall ,1. will be made with n v Ii vv
to the gonir.1l lltnoss of the applluuit
for the position. Tlio upervliiis enii-
oiiiiod In the appointment dot l.no that
politics will have no Inuring hi their
making u solution of the right men
for tile position.
It Is the lutoiilloii to appoint tin In-piilin-i
with a view to tlnlr 1. 1 1. in,:
oil! n April 1
LOCAL AND GENERAL
It l one Ioiik pleasure wearing out '
Wnlk-Ovel alines sold by .laeobseli
tluiu Klnkopoko lias been ginnted u
dlvorte from her husband on the'
gioniul Hint lio Ims contraeled lep
J lll.m, the Portuguese Interpreter,
with n number ol others, has been
tiled to appear In court. It hi a fam
ily affair and pionilsen some excite
ment. Pat R raily. n )oiiii! Irishman, has
been senteiited to ten dnya' Impilstni
men! hv Judge Ilobluson for hogging
Deputy City Attoinev .llrovvn wns one1
of tlmsv vvlioni llrail) "louelied". I
i: K. Ilevlml of Knlmliil, Maul, Ims
filed Ills application with Hie Supreme'
Court to be allowed to prnetlce law '
III tli Tetrltnry. He Is an attorney
of letord ill the Slates of N'obinskn
Tlio Jury In Judge Itnljlnson's tourt1
.voaterday nl'leiiiooii returned a ver,
did of not gulltt against II. I.nng. bar I
toniler In iho Isaac Cotkott saloon, i
The charge wns that of wiling Ihpior
to n minor, nnd n fine of J Mi was Im
posed In the I Hal i let Com I. ,
The Territorial (Srniul lury met yes
terdav nfternoon for n shoit session
nnd relurnetl an Indictment ngnlns!
Pllo Klliigiindo for assault and hill
tery. Tim eases against Scott and
West, two soldiers charged with bur
glary, resulted In no Indictments. The
Jury found I lion- was not enougli evl
ilciirc to convict. I
Judge Whit ne) had n band of chil
dren before lilm In the court .vesler
ilnv who are known as the Tom Saw
yers. Their peenllnr stunt Is to Ink"
brenil, milk and chit kens. The llrst
two in Holes nie disposed of by the
ImuhI, while the chickens are sold lo n
Clilnninaii nnd the fnoney divided be
tvveeti the members The children are
too small In send to the Iti-lorm
School mid the Judge doeii not know
what In do Willi tlieiil at Iho plCHout
Tomoirovv morning Iho work of re
ducing the faulty concrete taken out
of the llrst wet Inn of the Pearl llnr
hor iltydotk will be tackled by Uie
contractors. Tor weeks Hie ledloiis
process of clearing the "pot kefs" has
been In operation, and Hie Tretn -
sets will again be ailed Illlo use lis
morrow to lay by Iho under-wnter
met hod the richer itmcrele that the
Navy engineers have delerinlueil by
exhaustive tests will withstand the
action of the sea water.
Illds for sewer ronslruetlnu nt
Peurl Harbor are to ho opened lit
Washington tomorrow. Coin ran to
tlio s)stem adopted for other teuilers
for work at Pearl Harbor, proposals
will not he reielved in the local naval
station hliiiiillnneouslv. Only at the
lliirentl of Yntds ami Docks will bids
he opened. The Job totals Ilium"
P0LICE AFTER HIM
High Sheriff Henry and Chief of Di
leiilvoH McDullle have nut vol cauglii
l.onov llelhliitou. Chilean ptlsoiiei who
csinpod fnini his gang )eslerilav nfi
t'ltioon. lie wns soon Inst night in a
Chinaman's shack ill Kewalo, Inn tm
reports of bis piesetit wheieahouls
have hoeii lonl in to the police.
Ilelhlnlou was sentenced lo liuprls
oninent for live )cnrs for burglar) m
lor being found in the house of 1:
raxou lllshop In Niiuauu. lie vvie.
aruieil at the lime of his arrest
The polh i expect lo make his re
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MADE of PRIESTLEY'S
PROOF CLOTH in a Rich Tan
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on General Utility Coat. Very
Swagger, made with Large Com
bination Collar and Patch Pockets.
It is unlined. It is really an
all-round-the-year garment. The
most practical coat ever produced.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Anothi r star. In the pi rson of Veil
Ciiihbe. has shot Into the political llr
mamoiit lifter the Joh of deputy sin r
UT now hold doivii by CIiiiiIok II Itoso
I.hpior Inspector lViincll's lli'iilotvint
does net uunounce tlio fait that ho Is
sure of the Job, but he Is after It Jti"t
During the time ho has boon elms
lug blind pigs with IYiinell, Crabbo
has done some yood vvork nnd has
heou In the spotlight more than ouco
SWING BIG GIRDERS TO
POSITIONS IN JUDICIARY
Work on tlio renovation of the .In
dlrlnry IiiiIIiIIiik Is being rushed nhend
ami already many of the gnat Hlcol
gltdeiH have been swum; Into position
and riveted down, In Iho middle of
the building a slenm engine Is pulling
mid sweating as It runs the big crane
that swings thu steed masses Into pn
Tlio Hwa side of Iho building has
most of ike gliders In position al
ready and the olhers mo being swung
up over Hie walls as fast as the) can
During tho week two nrclilentii h.ivo
ocelli rod, the girders slipping finiu
teiuporurv lestliig-places niul crushing
Iho toes off olio man and hreakln" Hi"
ankle of nuiilher, A leporl was going!
Iho rounds .voslcrday thai one of tho
men had fallen from Iho top of Iho
building mid been killed hill Ii was
mated this morning that there was no
tiulli III this.
lly the time the rent of Iho steel
U'lrdeis nrilve ftoiti Hie t'oasl thiee on
i the ground should ho nlteaily In pn-d
Hon nud the vvotk well on schedule
Two More Meetings
AND THE SERIES OF RELIGIOUS SERVICES, WHICH ARE
BEING CONDUCTED IN THE EMPIRE THEATER BY THE
FIVE ENGLISH-SPEAKING CHURCHES OF THE CITY, WILL
It Is Not Too Late
TO GAIN A REAL INSPIRATIOND UPLIFT FROM THEM.
FOR NO ONE CAN COME INTO ONE OF THESE SERVICES
AND HEAR THE SINGING AND THE SERMON WITHOUT
GOING OUT A BETTER PERSON.
AND HEAR FRED BUTLER SING TWO OF HIS BEST SONGS
"IF GOD SO CLOTHE THE GRASS." BY BISCHOFF, AND
"SHADOWS," BY ROBT. HARKNESS (THE SONG MR. BUT
LER HAS BEEN ASKED MORE OFTEN TO REPEAT THAN
ANY SONG HE SINGS).
LIKE ALL THE SERMONS AT THESE SERVICES, WILL BE A
PLAIN EARNEST DISCUSSION OF A GREAT LIFE THEME,
"THE SECRET OF THE LIFE ABUNDANT."
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