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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 19)2.
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Dlstrli'1 No (Sco District Divisions)
Nominated by Address
Only tlio first nomination ballot received for eacli candldnto will count
for 2000 otcs. l'lll nut all thejlnes ot thin ballot vory carefully and mall
AT ONCi: to the Contest Manager, i:enlng llulletln, Honolulu, T. II.
The management reserves tlio right to reject any objectionable noinl
Kill out this blank, write plainly, and send It to Contest Manager with
your name or the name and address ol your favorite candidate. The names
of persons making nominations will uot be divulged, If so requested
The choice of connoisseurs
the world over
Seattle Brewing & Malting
Duko Knhanainoku has nothing on
Undo Sam's soldiers when It comes
to speedv.ork In the tank, This was
the general verdict at Kort Shatter
yesterday, when Lieutenant Colonel
Hell Included as part of his Inspection
of the post a prnctlral demonstration
of swimming by a number of enlisted
men. The bit: swimming-tank was
nsplash for a good part of the after
noon, and as tho weather made the
aquatic "crawl" more desirable than a
crawl through tho lantnna on skirmish
li ill. the men voted tho swimming
tests the best part of tho Inspection.
Yesterday afternoon Colonel Hell
gave the battalion a field problem In
rplto of the fact that the Kort Shaftcr
men got more hiking nnd more action
In tho recent Inspection maneuvers
than any other troops In the Held Tho
force wan not divided Into Hods and
Hlues, hut tho whole battalion attack
ed a theoretical enemy's position In
tho hills back of the post. Tho maneu
ver lasted about two hours.
This morning the troops were again
ordered out, for flrst-ald drill and sIk
nallng tests, Tho buildings were al
so looked over by the inspector.
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Don't Buy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing -was not the best
in America it would not
find room in our itore.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
(Continued from Paae
body, will bo Incorporated In tho re
vised schedule to pacify Copland's ., J: :, :.
friends on the Commission. I . Drnnna nrr nu
That committee consists of School " CJ- QERQEJ J OF F ON
Inspector Gibson, chairman, nnd I'rln 1 WELL-DESERVED VACATION
clnals J. C. Dnvls, II. H. Hrodle, II. M.. "Tell nil Hawaii goodby for ti
Wells and Miss Ilertha Hen Taylor., tt me," Is tho parting mesHage that St,
They pegan work In tho Senate chain- t! Capt. Herger shouted to the tt'
ber at tho Capitol building this morn- ss llulletln as the steamer Ho- tt
ing and will continue until tho revised ,, ,,,, ntta). , ,,. M
report Is completed, which probably . . . ....yi..,, .1.,, vrll,rnll
,.m rir. .nitnmi ,ini-o' ,toiii.rn. " lulu ""lay, cnrr)int, i no veiernu ill
tlou. A significant fact is that copies " bandmaster on his nontluii aft-
of Copclaud's suggested course of , r forty years of service for Ha- ttj- --
fctudy lies at tho elbows of the work-. SI wall. "I hncnt nny clinuco to II
era, to which they are giving a (arc- St tell everybody goodbv myself nnd It,
mi. hiuuicu luienuon. ijj ho I nsK tlio llulletln in lo 51
The vote on tho reappointment of lt iorKur wns roVcred with IS
Copoland yesterday was three for and , g , , , Jnsl , , ,
opo ni'plnst. It being n cnll vote. In' , , , ,. .,. , , , . ..
which Commissioners W. II. Hlco and." (r nBC " c nB kodaks tt
Miss E. H. 1'nrls did not tako part. " Mr- Merger said: I cant tell tt
Two features are noted In tho ap-'H you how much wo appreciate tho SI
potntment of supervising principal tt many things that bnvo tieen dono tt
for tho coming year tho delay In the' SS to mako our Alohn a pleasant SI
nppolntment or rrlnclpal Mcmoskey,
who has been serving In tho llllo and
I'una districts, by Commissioner Molr,
and the appointment of Mrs. Mary
Uunn, a now member or tlio supervls-
CASTOR I A
For Infants andChildrcn.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
I AlllMMW MESSENGER BOY
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Kauai H. II. Hrodle.
Tliern seems til bn somn ilnulit ns
Ing body, to Bervo on Oahu outside to whether the appointment of Edgar
Honolulu. Wood, principal of the Normal and
The re-appolntmcnt of McCIoskoy is training school, as a supervising prlti
held up to enable Molr to obtain somo clpal. Is a new one or merely a re
moro definite information concerning appointment. Judge Stanley and Al
certain personal conduct reported of );0n, at the Commissioners' meeting
tho principal. Mrs. Oiinn, a veteran yesterday nftprnoon, loudly volmd the
principal In the Territory. Is returning; opinion that Wood was not n supervls
to the Islands nfter completing a twoB principal during tho past year nnd
The HICVn.K Ii:.U,i:U and UK
1'AlHKIt, lias iiioud In
180 KINU 'STIIKKT
New Inciiiliin lied front, near
Young llulldlug. Trlephnne 2.118.
V O. Hox 708
Mi reliant Street Near Alokea
HONOLULU. T II.
years' rourso of study In the teachers'
collego of Columbia University, New
ninnm nri iiirntl lorK,. inai mnses ner pugiuio 10 en
FAKLtL UtLIYtKY lcr "l'" '' '"e f the higher of-lice.
Although Principal King was grilled
Ws know everybody and understand
that he had no business sitting with
the others during tho late unpleasant
ness Incurred by Cope-land's proposed
course of study.
At nny rate, when his namo was
brought up a few minutes later, for
For the DEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
LANDAULET, No. 580
C H. B E H N
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas , Flyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Types 22 and 34 Can Be Seen at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel 8treett
GEO. C BECKLEY, Sol. Distributor
Fovercly yeMcrday nltcrnoon by tho nppolntment ns supervising nrlnclual.
, Commissioners respecting cerlnln al-' Judge Stanley nnd Aiken offered no
leged failures to comply with tho opposition and apparently had forgot
rules, such as neglect to visit tho! ten their objections of a few minutes
instructors and schools under his Jiir-I previous.
Udlctlon, nnd to send In his reports
jto tho Superintendent at tho tlmesj
Bpeuilieu, 11U nu, I vuiiuillicil milium
protest, the Superintendent being
merely Instructed to reprimand and
I warn him. It appeared that his short
comings wore uue largely to persuuui
nffalrs attendant on tho death of his
wlfo during tho last term.
The roster of supervising principals
as now approved follows:
Hawaii North and South Kohala,
Kugene Horner: Kona, C. K. King;
Kau, Miss Hertha Hen Taylor; llllo
(city). Miss Josephine Ueyo; llama-
today mourning the
ICHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
loss of bis splendid riding horse, one
kua, J. V. Marclel; llllo (district) and of the handsomest t-ipilnes In the city
I'una district, blank. While Dr. Norgunrd wns driving
Maul l.ahalna and Moloknl, Ccorgo umvntown this morning the hor.ie
ALL WE 4.SK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD,
S. Hnymond: Wnlluku. C. K. Copeland;
Mnkawao, II. M. Wells; JIann, W. W.
Oahu Honolulu, C. W. naldwln, J,
O. Davis, Mrs. F. W. Carter,
anu Mti-Rininu ( Woodi MrB Ni L D Krascr and I. M.i
Cox; outside Honolulu, Mrs. Mary'
humped Into a wagon ahead of It and
In some Inexplicable way bruko Its leg.
Dr. NorKiutrd saw nt once that the
animal was hopelcsxly Injured nnd
Ildgar shortened Its misery by putting n bul
let through Its lirnlti The horse Is
said to have been valued nt upwards to fit any lock.
or n inousaiiil i onars Phone 291
R. J. BERGER
Storage Batteries recharged and re
built, expert work on Colli and Mag. I
netot, Motorcycles repaired, Keys made
1171 ALAKEA ST.
Smoked Red Snapper.
Best Butter The Maile
Delicacies just received
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors - TELEPHONE 3445
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Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
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FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, beginning MONDAY, June 3rd, we will put on sale our entire stock of SKIRTS, CORSET COVERS, NIGHT
GOWNS, CHEMISES, DRAWERS, and COMBINATIONS at CLEARANCE SALE PRICES. Remember Sale lasts only One Week, and begins
Monday, June 3. See Window Display of Priced Garments. Store closes at 1 p.m. on Saturday
Knox Sailors and
N. S. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., LTD.
Butterick's Boole and
FORT and BERETANIA
OPPOSITE FIRE STATION
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