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EVENING OULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, APR. IB, 1912.
Deep Hiul productive miRiir cane hinds,
grinding mills, or unimproved ncrv
uko In Cuba van bo purchahed on
advantageous terms now. l-'or par
llculara wrlto 1. II. Chambers I". O.
Ilox 110, Havana, Cuba. C20S-2W
Hates street borne; f 27.C0 tier month,
llrand new six-room butiBtlow Willi
bath. Apply Oliver (1. UumlnR. SO
Merchant Bt., or l'honc 359.1.
Front room, nicely furnished, mos-ipilto-proof;
hat and cold bath; on
car line. No. 736 Lunalllo St., near
No. 1115 I.unulllo Ht. Six room-; mod
cm; cool. Itcnt 3C. Apply nt 1337
1'cnsacolu Bt. 6133-tf
Furnished small cottiiRe, 871 Younir St.,
nr. Thomas Kiiare. CS13-.11
Itnonis miltuhle for lioujckccplnc Ap
ply P. O. Ilox SOI. 6213. Iw
The properly known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41xfi!. The build
ing "III be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Drawer & Co., Ltd.
FURNI3HED ROOM FOR RENT.
The Argonaut ftooms with or
out board; hot or cold baths.
Ueretanla Bt.; Thono 1308.
627 Furnished apartments and single
rooms. Ganzel 1'lace, 112 Vineyard
Bt.; I'hone 1541. 6135-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and hoard In private
house, walking distance from post
ofllce. Address "D. II.", Bulletin of
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hue
taca cottage, WiklkL Gentlemen
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King Bt.; Phone 269.
Flowers Lcls to order at Julia Kaln
klcla, I'uuahl and Nuuanu; .Tel. 3176
Tacllla Electric Co. Motor and dyna
mo repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of ull capacity for sale.
134 B. Ueretanla St.; Tel. 3132.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
George YunuKlu, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandlcss
llldg.; Phono 2157.
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Btund; Charles
For rent, scven-pastenger Packard.
Phone 3848. Oahu Auto Stand. Jim
AUTO FOR SALE.
1911 Ford touring car.
canlzlng Co., Ltd.
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2535.
DUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J, Carlo, Fort St.
Experienced teacher gives piano les
sons, 3 month (8 lessons); special
attention adult beginners. Music, this
Elite Hulrdresslng and Manicuring Par
lor Office, Boom No. 70 Young Bldg.
I'venlniTU by appointment. Phone
Dr. 8. Ochlal Strictly private.
Btretanla Ave; Phone 3932.
Akana the Cook
Is prepared to cater to those fond of
fine Chinese cooking, Dinners for C,
10, 16 or nioro prepared right nt your
homes If desired, I.euvo orders at
Terr. Messenger Service, Tel, 1861.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
HI Hotel 8trett Phone 2111
Bfclletli Want Ads will And It,
""w'ffi ffiSffli '"-1 aSmtM
All lu dle:i' and gents' clothing to bo
cleaned, pressed mid remodeled ns It
should be done by American artist.
1'opular prices. Call or address J.
W. Weinberg & Co, 225 Hotel St..
opp. Hawaiian lintel; 1'hone 3814.
IjuIIch' kIovo cleanltiB a specialty.
Hulls made to order from 115 up;
lit Kuaranteed. D106-lin
"We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture' of carbonated beverages. One
prlco to nil. Free delivery. I'lione
3022. Honolulu Boda Water Co., Ltd.,
34A North Ilcretitnlu Bt.; Chas. K.
Fresher, manager. IDll-tf
200U railway mall clerks wanted. 130
month. Honolulu examinations May
4. Coaching free. Write Franklin
Institute, Dcpt. 435-N, Rochester,
N. Y. 5193-lm
Hookblnder or ruler wanted Immedi
ately at the Ilulletln nlllce. Good
position to good, reliable party. Ap
ply to Foreman, Ilulletln Pub. Co.
A limited amount of non-dlvldend-
paylng nil and mining stocks In ex
change for real estate. "O P." rare
Ktperlenced salesman to handle a good
selling lino on the road. Box 1231,
nullctln office. 5171-tf
Girl for housework. Small family; no
washing. 1486 Emma. 5213-3t
Position as companion or nurse for
children, Address "Nurse," this of
German nurse girl. In private, family.
Address "II H," this oltlce.
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club and Moana Hotel. Ad
dress "II. F.", care Bulletin.
lllcyclo wheel between Fort Armstrong
and Alukea dock. Finder return to
this olllcc. 5214-21
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
((Ux218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondcro, 83 Merchant St; rhone
Well-established boarding houso In
center of city. Long lease. Party
leaving town. Address 777, Bulletin
Chickens 3 dozen White, Leghorns, 3
lloudans. Inquire A. 13. Curler, 1256
Klnau St., near Pllkol.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and IiIIIb. "Pratt," 101 Stati
genwabl Bldg.; Telcphono 1602.
Graftex camera, alio 3Vix4U, practi
cally new, at half prlco. Address
"Camera," this office. 6208-6t
One share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stork. Address Slwel, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In tending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agents for
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
eumoto, 900 Alukoa St. near King.
Phono 1766. (070-tf
Japanese Employment Office Ito, Uer
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
Domestic, hotel, club, shop, ofllco he'p
1039 Bethel Bt Phone 3871.
CREDIT FOR LADIE8.
Dress up WnUts, Skirts, Suits,
Dresses, Capcu, Cloaks and Coats, 11
H week; wear while paying. 1119
Fort St., next to J. Carlo's.
A little each pay day, wear while pay
Ing Skirts, Waists, Dresses, Suits,
Copes, Cloaks and Coats. 1119 Fort
St., next to J, Carlo, 5210-121
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A little down and a little each pay day
will keep you well drcBsed, The
Model, Fort Bt next to tho Convent,
Odd Fallows' Blook
1 First In circulation First In the
hearts of the people. Thai's (lie II u I.
Ictln aud why Ilulletln nds pay.
- ,' r- I . . '' .
Case and Works , guaranteed.
Thoy eoit you from
113 HOTEL ST.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL BOTTLE8
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Quen and Alakta Straett
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
SAM! AT AM. IIAItH
thej're nil good fel-
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. ForL I. II. Datls, Prop.
1117 FORT 8TREET
Brown oV Lyon Co, Ltd,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everything In Books"
A complete Btock of up-to-date
Ofllco Supplies of
A. B. A R L E I G H & CO, Ltd.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATI0N
iRY and FILING SYBTEM8, call or
write to ut and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
931 FORT BTREE1
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kiny, It.
I 1 39 Merchant Street
I Phone 2747
(Associated Press CAbte.)
NEW YOItK. N. Y Apr 17 All
hope that Colonel John Jacob Antnr.
who, with his bride of a little morfl
than a year, was on board the wreck
ed steamer Titanic, had been picked
up by the Ciirpathla, disappeared to-'
night, when n wireless message from
Unit ship announced that he Is not on
Another wireless message from the
Carpathla, which Is due In this port
InnlRht. announced the safety of l)r
Washington Oodce of San Francisco,
believed for n time to have been
anions' the victims of the disaster.
The doctor wirelessed here this after
noon and asked that his iness.iKe be
forwarded In his friends In San Fran
cisco. Ills family was nln saled
AmmiR the prominent men who are
believed lo have gnno down with the
Titanic Is William T. Btead. Journalist
COMMITS SUICIDE BY
VF.HSAIL1.F.S, Fr. Apr 17. John
Vorrrpt InnURiirateil n nmel and ieii
satlonal form of suicide here today,
when he leaped from his aeroplane
while In full lllght, eight hundred feet
above the earth, and plunged to his
death while hundreds of spectators, at
tracted by his daring aerial maneu
vers, witnessed his fall
Vorrrpt, according to his friends,
was distracted by a recent ipiarrel
with his llancee. The cause of tbo
lovers' quarrel Is not known, but It
Is believed that Vorrept, who has vain
ly nttetupted to regain the favor of
his angry llancee, finally despaired and
deliberately planned a death which Is
as novel In the annals of ncionaiitlca
III that of Hiilclde.
RABID MEXICO 18
MEXICO CITY. Mex. Apr 17 -Tim
question of the right of the Fulled
StatcH to demand protection for Amer-1
ie- ,i,ii.. i m.i ...
critical head today, when the Ma.lcro
government officially announced that
It did not recognize tho right of Wash
ington to Instruct the executive and
diplomatic representative of the Mex
ican republic In that nation's duties,
nor to dictate Its policy In tho ob
servance of International law.
This attitude Is regarded hero ns n
direct dellance, and tho reply from
Washington Is awaited with the keen
est anticipation. It Is generally be
lieved that the. United states govern
ment can not regard this ns anything
but an Insult added to Injury nnd that
It will provoko Immediate Interference
In tho turbulent affairs of tho republic.
VICKSIlt'IlO. Miss., Apr. 17 Re
ports from nil sections of t'ie South
nffected by tho floods, which have been
destroying millions of dollars' worth of
property in the Mississippi valley, In
dicate that the present appalling con
ditions are rapidly growing worso.and
that the waters of the Mississippi and
tributary streams are still rising and
spreading over vast areas In sections
where the protecting levees have been
OUT FOR UNDERWOOD.
MONTGO.MHIIY. Ala.. Apr. 17 Ala
bama's forty delegates to the Demo
cratic national convention, which will
be held In Baltimore, are pledged to
support Oscar Underwood of Mont
gomery for the Democratic nomination
for the presidency as long iih he Is a
TAFT ASKS AID.
WABIIINC1TON. D. t. Apr 17
Prompted by the reports of extreme
destitution and suffering In the Hood
districts of the-Houth and Middle West,
President Taft has appealed to the Ited
Cross Society to help In the allevia
tion of the present conditions and the
assistance of the flood victims.
held for Murder.
STOCKTON. Cal. Apr. 17. William
Dorr was arrested today charged with
LIVER AND BOWELS
No lllllmiKiu's, Headache, Sick,, Sour
Sloinncli, Inillgrsllnn, Coaled
Tongue or Cnnsitlimlloii.
Furred Tongue, Rad Taste, Indiges
tion, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head
aches cfliuo from a torpid liver and
clogged bowels, whlrh cause your
ttomnch to hecomo filled with undi
gested food, which pours and fer
ments like garhaEO In a awlll barrel.
Thut'a tho IH-nt Klup In untold misery
Indigestion, foul gases, had breath,
yellow skin, mental rears, everything
that Is horrlhlo and nauseating. A
CaBcaret tonight will give ynu a thor
ough cleansing Inside and straighten
you out by morning. Thoy work while
you Blce a 10-ceut box from your
druggist will kcop ynu feeling good
for inonlN. Millions of men mid wo
men tnko n Cascarot now and Ihon to
keep their stomach, llvor and bowcla
regulated, am) never know a miser
able moment. Don't forgot tho chil
dren their llttlo insldcs need a good,
gentle cleansing, too.
Tho Talbott bill, which gives to mid
shipmen tho rank of ensign In tho
navy Immediately upon their gradua
tion from Annapolis, was passcd'bythe
MARIA D. SHIRLEY
There's a great ileal said ugalnst old
maids, and some old maids object to
the title ns a term of contempt. Thej
prefer to be called maiden ladles. I
don't. I'm au old maid and proud of
It. I don't bother alxiut my nge neither.
I'm fifty, and If any one goes Hiicheyen'
round to Uud out how old I am 1 tell
'ttin. 1 say I'm half u century old.
1 haven't any use for those persons
who arc mealy mouthed about speakln'
rbht out when there's anything disa
greeable to be sold. If my friend needs
Information I'm a-goln' to give It to
tier or him, whichever It Is. I don't
propose to let a friend suffer from
wuntln' to know sumcthln' that no
body has the courage to tell 'em. it's
risky, I admit. Hut what's tho credit
o' doln somethln' tbnt nuyliody Is will
In' to dot 1 heard Mann; Perkins' son-in-law
roaatlu' her awful. I wvut to
ber and said: "Ms me. I've got some
thln' to tell you you'd ought to knut- "
Then I told her. She thanked me very
much. Neither ber son-lu-law nor her
daughter bus spoken to me from that
day to this. But I done my duty.
One day I was rldln' In a railroad
train parlor car. 1 always use parlor
cars. They're not o dirty, and I bate
dirt as 1 bate poison. Just nut of the
city the train stopped at n Huburbuu
town and a line lookln' elderly gentle
man got In with a young girl not more
than nineteen. 'I hey tvu evidently
Just married, for there was a weddln'
party on tho platform to see 'em off.
They threw rice nt 'em, uud tbo elderly
groom laughed and tried to dodge It,
pretcndlu' he was afraid he'd git hurt
and all that, makln' 'em laugh nt his
antics. Whcu the train rolled nut tbey
hollered. "Uoodby, pop! Look out that
Bomo young feller dou't steal your hrldo
away rrotu you: And lie snouted
back, "If he does I'll kill hlml" Wo
rolled out of tho station, tho langhln'
and the shoutln' growln' fainter and
fainter till It wns left clear tiehlnd,
I Tha nM nnnllnmnn f-hnttA.1 n tilt l
, ,, ,., , , , ,, . j . ii.
white with his bride, and I saw him
nko hcr ""n1 ' nls affectionately, n
though I couldn't say whother ho took
her hand or alio took hls'n. Hho looked
up In his face lovingly, then snuggled
down beside him.
Hut It wasn't long before tho old
chap took some papers out of his
pocket and began to look 'em over.
Ills poor wife turned and looked otit
of the winder. I felt dreadful sorry
for her, hut I thought she deserved
what ahe got for marrying an old
In about nn hour we reached a city
where tho train stopped, nnd a young
fellow came Into the train with a suit
case. lie went tip to thu old man and
Ids bride and took off his hat politely.
They were evidently acquainted. Tho
old gentleman was very Kll!e himself
and gnve the young one his seat, tak
In' another further forward. It wasn't
long before It occurred to mo that ho'd
belter have taken a seat hack of 'em.
He'd scarcely left 'em before such go
In's on 1 never did see before. Tho
young man fust set holdln' the bride's
hand, but It wasn't long before he had
his arm around ber waist. Then, pre
tendln' she wns tired, she lay her head
on Ids shoulder.
What that old fool In front was
throwln' temptation In the way of hU
girl wife for I couldn't see. It mado
my blood boll to look nt em. Tho
bride wore one o' these fashtonablo
hats as big as an umbrella, and ttaero
wasn't the slightest reason why tha
young man beolde her shouldn't klsi
her under It without beln' seen. Hut
every lady knew well enough what bn
I stood It Just as long " I could;
then, seeln' that nobody was settln'
with tbo husband, I got up and took
a seat beside him. I did It when tho
train slopped at a station bo It wouldn't
"Fine day. sir," I sold to the gentle
man. "i'es, madam, a very flno day." ba
"If you like we'll turn the seat over
and ride backward."
"Well. It would give you a better
view of what's goln' on between thnt
young wife o' yours und tho feller you
glvo your seat to.
He turned square round nnd looked
at mn steady. "What thny doln'?" he
"He's klssln' hcr under that umbrel
la: hst 0' hern."
"You don't mean It."
I was surprised that he took It so
cool-like. "I thought I heard you say
when you got on Hie train thnt If ny
T'oung feller stole your bride away
from you you'd kill him."
"Did 1 say Ihal?"
"Yes. j-on did There'll no ih de
"Have .oii told me this, mndnni. to
Iih He me lo murder'"
"Nn: became. I thoueht you ought to
know whit was i:o'n' nn lietnwi your
ynu'is wife ""d thnt other fpPer."
"Thank j mi wry much for the In
formation I nni that joung Indy's
father. She was married lo that 'young
feller' this morning. Ills mother, who
Is very III. lives In the eltv where be
bo-irded the train, and after the ivre
inotiy he went mi for a brief visit with
her, I nereelng to wort I1I1 wife and
h to Join us. I get off al tU ta
lion, madam, nnd I bid you goi-d ilny."
And. turnln' lil back on ill, be de
parted Koine says I did wrong. I'd do the
tame tliln.- iu'Iii
ifrWtttftisi'iiii fi'"" &qH-
NEW PROCESS IN
THE RESULT3 WILL PLEASE
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
10 TO 50JS REDUCTION
Msin Entrance! Near Hot. I Strssl
1140 FORT 8TREET
HOT WEATHER FOOTWEAR IN
Regal Shoe Store,
KING AND BETHEL r
Pantheon Block Hotel Street
IIAN.AI SHOi: STOItK
Herein nla SlrciJ, iVrur .Vutiano
HONOLULU. II. T.
SOUVENIRS and POST
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
The Highctt Quality of Work
777 KING STREET PHONE 1491
J. ADAOIE, Prop.
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATIIIl 1'Ul'NTAlN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Strcol, at end ol Delliel
Well Clocked with Now Druge and
"TODAY'8 NEWS TODAY"
G. M. DUNCAN
KB Beratanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
t ' . - 1. . ' -
Want nth In the Ilulletln bring
lou rich returns.
.-tu..,.; ,.a .auLmCu .
HtIio Most ropular I'aml'cH MadoH
H 011 the Const H
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.B
J-1024 Fort St. Telephone 136-1 J
Pinky Kerr says th' worst Initio
about winter is that Ills hat Is alius
out o' date when he quits wearln' his
cap. Tell Binkley, who wui snowed
under fer sheriff, says ho prefers th'
ex ray t' Hi' limelight.
FAR vision u-'
in ihp, .w vvis'vi
You read and look alar with equal
facility, but no one observes that you
are wearing bifocals because the usual
"lines" are abienL Wear the genuine
KRYPTOKS awhile and you will never
willingly return to old-style blloca!
Factory on tha premises.
A. N. SANF0RD
Bolton Building Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
C. Q. Yec Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 345 1
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Dctlicl and King Streets.
FINE LINE OF DRY COODS
WAN YING CriONG
KING STREET LWA flSHMARKET
Wing Chong Co.
KIMl ST NKAH IIKTHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Mattresses,
rlr, rlr. All kinds of KOA nnd MIS
SION FIIIIMTt'lli: made lo order.
IMt'ORTKIIS Ol' OKIIIMTAL MOODS'
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
til Niiuiinn, nrnr King SlreeL
Anil Cloth nl A I (iiiiIIIt Can He
I'. O. lint lll'.l. Trlrplinne 1711
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAR KINO STREET
. . t
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahl Sts.
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents