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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H- 8ATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
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"Scouts" Have Arrived
A 1 MT OV
sible. Nothing like thm for baseball, running, jumping or
any outdoor sport. Colon: Olive, Tan and Black.
The "BOY SCOUT" Shoe
Is made especially or the nrowlng
loot. It's the most sensible the
most attractive the most comfort
able shoe ever made (or rough and
The tops are as soft as a glove
they're made from Elk Skin
Leather. Soles are made from high
grade Elk Sole Leather and heels
are solid Elk Leather. Our secret
tannage process makes the soles
wear tyvp to three times as long, as
Hoys' Sizes, .$3.7-5
$ W. C. AchI
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolani Building Honolulu. ('. K
O Boa (01
Clias. R. Frazicr
r runt AAvTKTIfcI
Phone 1371 122 King It.
a. m. oUnoan
?58 Beretanla 8t, tpp. Royal Hawaiian
139 Merchant St'
The HICYCLK IlEAf.KH und KK
P.MItKH, has aiotrd to
180 KIND 'STIIKKT
w locatlon-ltcd front, near
nuni: HiillilliiL'. Telephone '2.".1S.
Japanese Provisions and
NEAR KING STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahl Sti. Phone 3029
Night and Day Phone,
I Trial Massage I
I Free I
H I!y Our riraduate of the St H
111 Helena Kiiilturliim (llnttlii H
ffl Creek .Methods) Hj
H Schurmann Institute of H
JJ NatuVs Cure and Osteopa- H
H icy-177 Hcrttunla Street, H
H Cur, Union Phone 17.1.1 H
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CIOAll .NOW e
1 M. A. gj"NST & CO. Agents
They'reherc.boysl Those world
famous "Boy Scout" Shoes
.the shoes you have been
reading about in the big
magazines the shoes
that have made such a
tremendous hit in
the big cities are now In
town and ready for you.
And they're beauts"!
Better than the maga
zines said they were,
if such a thine is pos
common soles. And they're put on
so good they can't pull off.
"Boy Scouts" are made without
linings they're the coolest and most
healthful shoes on the market.
Tell your pa and your ma about
them. Tell your paihe can get a
pair for himself, too, Tell him
they'll outwear two to three pairs
of ordinary shoes. Have him bring
you up to look at them costs noth
ing to see them.
Men's Sizes, $3.00
Walk-Over Quality is a
standard of comparison
for shoe dealers every
SHOES are admittedly
the "Leaders of the
Hotel near Fort Street
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Itev Uoremus Scudder, tD. 1), min
ister; Itev. Anion A. Kuersole, nssoel
10:10 ii in. initio school: William
A. Iluwcn, HUperlntendent. llosnorthl
lllble class for young people; conduct
ed by the iiskwlnte ;ninlster. Adult
lllble class for men nnd women; con
ducted by Itev K H. ricudiler,
11 ii m Murnliig worHhlp. Olsil
dren's U.iy serxlce. Kpeclul exer ' ies
by tliu Hunduy school. Khort uddreis
by imstor. '
C:no p. ni. Christian Kndeavor so-
relety. Social slug. Conducted by Stan.
7:!I0 p. in. liven 1 113 service, f'tu
ilentM' fenlui;. Address, "Tho Ci n
utiuiey of nod's Love," by llov. Altalko
A nioHt (urdl.il Invltntlon Is extended
to nil vlnltors and strangers In tho
city to nttetid tlie services on Holiday
ut (Viilrnl Union cluiich.
FIRST M. E.
Children's Day Program.
Kuiiduy schiuil at Hits, Classes for
Men's lllble cImhs nt 9:45 a. in. A
delightful place for any man to spend
At II u m. the following Children's
Day program will bo rendered;
l'riijcr, Itev 11, R Smith
Scripture lessons Vlrst Psalm, se -
nlor lllblA class; Twenty-thlrd Psnlm,
nien'M lllble class; Ileatltudes. Mrs.
Nettle's classy A. D-C verses, primary
Hooks of lllblo Mr. Hick's nnd Mr,
Children's Day Itobert Thompson,
Wllllt I'ltn Vnn -PollO 1, pi. nt.Pt. nl.Iu
Little Thlnu's-1 Inlo riieiitliani. '
Tho Little Sister Norma Ilemrose,
Margaret Ham. Klleen Martin.
Forget-Me-Nots Alvlna Dill.
Siiiibenins Iwulnnl Ilemrose. Lily
Shelton. Merle Compo, IMlimi Kc-eff,
Wyiimn Iteynnlds, Alfred Vlelrn, Jim-
my Very, Hurry Iteiidy.
- liiiptlsin of giilldren.
The acme of typewriter con
struction. The Oliver Is scientific In prin
ciple, flawless in construction,
accurate in adjustment, splen
didly efficient in operation.
Hawaran News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Roses Hlisnnne WVII, Nathalie Keen",
Maude Sanderson, Julia ICventon, Vio.
lot dp S 1, HsUicr Armstrong, Mnrguer
Me Shipment, Kdmi Kvenson, Mnrjory
Golden Keys Tempe. Hhellnn
Will There Up Any Stars? Susan
nah WetUy Hume girls.
Christian IMucntlon ut Our Door
C J. Iluy.
Collection and Announcement,
An Object Lesson Primary Supcrln
temlent. Let the Hnvlour In Kolo and School,
Doxology and llcnedlctlon.
Kpworth League service, 0:30 p. in.:
J. A Martin. At 7:30 a Father's Day
service will he held, A specially pre
pared printed program "will bo lined.
TIip pastor will preach a utiort pennon
mi "The llliliiuenem of Fatherhood."
TI1I1 service will be nt especial Intcr
"t to ull. All strangers ond tourists
Hill flml a warm welcome awaiting
them ut nil our services.
Tomorrow Minister peters will liegln
the 23rd year of pastoral work. The
morning sermon will bp from the
some text 11 22 yearn ago and will
bp somewhat reminiscent In nature.
Tlie, evening Hermon will bp from the
subject, "Fixing Convictions," ami will
be evangelistic, n the, evening Ver
mont always are. Friends and stran-
gtr sojourning lire cordially Invited to
tse meIn TlVrreac-h
vital thliiKs In rellsloua ilnd nionil life
und we can usatire you an liimpit ef
fort In that direction, wltliout feur of
TIip milliliter eon be round at th.e
church building from 12:30 to 1!30
.Monuay, weilnesday nnd Friday of t
The church building Ik located at
King mill Atiikea streets, and Is easily
reached from any of the car (ne.
Tho Sunday evening service, at Cen-
trl oi,roi. 1. . i. " ....J;:T..r...T-:
viiuiwii to tu UU u HtUUHIHH niifllT
address of the evening Is to ho
given by Hcv. Akalko Akana. who ro-
centiy returned from completing his
uvo years- course, of study In Hartford
Ministry. This will be the Hist op.
ponunity ror tlie" general public to
hear Mr. Akana since Ida nrdlnntinn
Several arhools have acceptod. tho In
vitation of the church to attend In a
tody nnd a special Invitation Is here
by extended to all young people, es-
tinelnllv In tl... l.-ll..i. t.i
wVltan Chln.r. nd" aZeTlo ng'J
,eop.e of the city to attend.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF'jEOUS
CHRIST of LATTPn.nAvo. ,.?-??
Church on Kin Kir-... ,,,... n-i . '
Snuiire. guilty In Pedcral Court this morning
9M& u. m. Sunday school wu, to tho charge of smoking opium, con
classes for nil ages over four' vr ' trnr-' to " ''ederal statute, and sen-
Hotli Kngiish nnd Hawaiian. Lesson
11 ii. in. Mornlg worship In chargo
of pnstor. Hermon In both Huwalluti
0 p. m Zlon'a Itellglo-Llterary So-
."--.jr. musical una literary program
nnd study uf modern reveiminn ni
Hook of Mormon. Young people are'
ospeciany invited to this service.
7:30 p. in, nvenlnir.uorHiilti Hr.
mon by Elder Wnller. )
., nu.'iiiiKx upen io ino. general aim me corns oi mo buii.
public. Thono who are honestly seek- A Jury In Judgo Cooper's court yes
Ing for splrltuul food will ilnd thin a terdoy returned a verdict In favor of
plaeo where It is dispensed freelv to Mrs. J. A. Cummins In ths assiimnsit
nil who will receive.
FIRST CHURCH OF CHrtlST.
Sunday services Sunday school nt
9HS n. m. for young people under 20
years. Lesson sermon "lit 11 s m.;
subjict, "find the Only Cause und Cre
ator." Wednesday evening Testimonial
meetings nt 8 o'clock,
All services are held In tho Odd Fel
lows' building. Fort street, where ulso
n fr rending room Is open to tho pub.
He dully from n n, ln. to 1 p. m
All lire cordially Invited.
HOME OF TRUTH.
1220 Kuiilolanl street, near neretnnln
I Sunday service, It a. m., by Mrs. M.
M. Hunter-Jones. Subject, "Condem
nation," metaphysically Interpreted.
aiomiay, 8p. in., healing meeting i
!.... , . . ... . ." "
""'" ""un " t"8 "re or Jesus, from
' j-'lj'1'? 'J'lunrlan Oopel of Jesus tliu
i .'; ,
. ednct-dny. 7:30 p. m., lesson In eso.
T'enerve culture by Dr. Weaver. This
w"l "e tho second in a course of six
Thursday, 8 p. m., lesson In practi
cal Christian healing, by Mrs. M. M.
Through Divine Will and Understand-
'P,"' Thl" '" tho t"""1 lesson In an
I A" me'tl'igs ut the Home. A cordial
''lyltatlon Is extended to ull seekers
of "10 higher thhigs of llfu.
For news and the truth about It nil
people bur the Bulletin.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
. For a hack, ring up 2307,
Colored Silk Fringes at Whitney &'
t Curios from all over the world at the
I It goea without saying that every
I thing Is lies' At The Fnrore
Special prices on potteries and
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shop.
1 Tho Underwood 'lypcwiltor Visible
I. none letter. Wall, Nichols Co., 'Ltd.
Tho Btore of Henry Mny & Co., Ltd.
will he clofed nil day Tuesday the
eleventh, Kainehanielui Day.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lslaud at 10. Lewis
Stables and Oarage. Tel 214 1.
It you want a good Job doue 00 an 1
auto or carnage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg Co.. '427 Queen 3L
Did you ever try the Kxtiurt lint
Cleaners on fort street wjth a Boiled
l.ut. Satisfaction Is guaranteed.
Hewitt Cannery, assault und bat
tery, will bo tried next Wednesday
morning before Judge Monsnrrat. ,
Bicycle Supplies ami Ittpalrlug. Roy
al Navy llicycles, J4-". Fasy terms..
Uowson Ilros., Smith and Hotel St.
Mrs. Manuel (Jom'ez, rharged with
stlllng adulterutcd milk, was lined ten
dollars In Police Court tilts morning
Judgo Whitney today granted a ui 1
vorce to Inzo Izumlhara from Nakano
Izumlhara, on tho ovIdcneT) proving
Drink Hires It Is pure; also the
distilled water bottled by tliu Consul
ldn'pi r-'od'i Works. Phone 2171.
Chlka-Kohayashl this mornlui; wo
granted a decree of divot ro fiom S.
Kobayashl, on the grounds of non-sup
For an auto call up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile. Stand, Phone 2:11.
Seven-seated Poife-llnrtford, No. w29.i
Ida Fugl and Tainurn, pulled In lust
night by Acting Chief of Detectives
Kellett for ganlbllng, were each taxed
live dollars and costs of court.
The Campbell Kids with Pippin
Pussy and Pippin Puppy make the
children happy, (let them ut A. II.
Arlelgh & Co., Hotel near Kurt. '
Miss Power received a number of
new hats by the Sonoma and Is show
ing them tit, her millinery parlors on
the second lloor of t.iu Huston block.1
Urlng 10 Green Stamps and ono do!-.
lar anugci a compieio uoy coui sun
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Ileretanla und .Kurt streets.
The valveless self-sturtlng Klmore
"-,' ''" ""
'Aut0 Stand, opposite Cuthollc .Mission,
Fort St. Phono 3CC4 or 1179.
They'll look like they were made for
ou, when you get them from Ceo. A
Martlu, tailor, ' bethel street. $20
Matsumorl, Japanese, was arrested
this morning on u charge of abduc'
tlon. Ho will ha tried before Police
Judgo Monsurral '.licxt Wednesday
Judgo Whitney has ordered Joseph
U Trahant to pay IG per week all-
mony. au auorney s ices aim 1110
. . . ..- 11 t
suit brought by
New Ribbons and Laces at Whitney
The hearing of the case against
of perjury before the Federal grand
Jury, has been continued to tho next
term of KedcralHjourt.
No freight will bo received by In-tcr-lslund
steamers on Tuesddy, June
litis. Freight for steamers Mauna
Kea, Kliiau and Mlkahala will be re
bcclved on Saturday and Monday.
T" ?as? f ,'"d "errard, whc.s
11 " "!" ZZ ?"
I" " " " -V.. VW..t,.MVM
. C , 'r tT.M' P" al,,'.rB.?
ent Is serving a torm In the local Jail
I Lee Wah Chon entered a plea of
.,enc0 wa8 suspended for four weeks
r jsiimuiiiei inspeciur nuyu aillluuilC1
cd this morning that tho rlshmarkcts
will closo on Kamehameha Day, Tpes
day, Juno 11, at 10 o'clock In tho
! morning and will not open until
i ,"', "'"""".
John II. Sllva has been ordered by
Judge Whitney to pay his wlfo J4 per
I week temporary alimony pending the
' hearing of her netltlon for dtvorre.
nnd In addition to pay ?2." attorney's
suit brought against her by the Asso
ciated aurago. The costs of the suit
aro assessed against the. plaintiff.
Mrs. David Henry Davis was ap
pointed guardian- for Jnmes Klrkland
Davis, minor, by Judgo Whitney this
morning. On her recommendation
Ferdinand II. lions was nppolnted ad
mlnsltrator of tho estate, under $5000
The petition In bankruptcy llled this
morning by Krncs( Collins has been
granted and the matter referred to W.
W. Thayor. U. S. refcrca In bankrupt
cy, for final adjudication. Tho peti
tioner states that ho owes $1048.2.1 and
that his assets amount to $340.
High school entrance examinations
for all graduates from the eighth
grade will bo held In the eighth giado
schools of tho Territory on Juno 17,
it ami i:, 'turn announcement was
made today by Superintendent I'onu
of tho Department of
SPECIAL S'EGVICES IN
Special services In charge of Jo'i-i
Martin will be held tomorrow mnrr.ng
In Onhu penitentiary nt 10 ocliek
iirs iiiicucock win reau a paper en- I
titled "The Pilgrims of Progress" ,m
Theodore Hlcliards will have cli.rg'
of the niuHli-ul progrum. Tho Inter
ested In the work tiro urgently u
liiested to uttend
For news and the truth nhout It all
people buy the II u 1 1 u 1 1 u.
0ME dayywe expect, all the well-dressed
if iw WP
- ,r- . iiasfiir
- m i
Ti. V u
C F MKItltlM.. representing tho
Honolulu levelling Bulletin, arrived
last Sunday In the S. S. Cliiudlne Slid
will he In this olty fur several days
Merrill Is an old newspaper man and
has mull v frit nils on the Ulg Island
who inu glad of the opportunity to
renew his .iciimilufunce Hawaii Her
ald. HIL0 LOCALS
HILO. Iluwall, Juno Ii. Monday n
start was mada on the new von Humm
Young garago at tho corner of Ship
man and Wnlanuemio streets. Ilxcn
vutlng for tho foundation Is now go
ing on, and It Is tho Intention of tho
promoters to rush I ho building to
r completion, tl Is to be modern In ev
ery particular. There will be depart
ments for repairs, ofllces and ma
chines, llllo Is In need of Just such
plate and It advent Is welcomed.
A new autobus line Is to bo startup
letwceu Glonwood and thu Volcano.
The chargo from llllo to the pit of
Kllauea nml return, via train and bus
Is but (Ii. In connection with this a
new freight lino between the same
pohits goes Into effect this week,
Work on tho breakwater Is going
ahead c.ry alowly, but' three scows of
rock a day being dumped. Dig prep
arations aro being mado by tho Phila
delphia Ilrenkwater Company for tho'
prosecution of this part of the work,'
which will commence, soon, aro being i
made, It Is understood that this co'n-j
puny will Inv tracks on thu nuilo and!
haul tho rock out to tho olid.
40-liorsepuwer seven-sent unto In line j
condition llurgalii Lord A: Tjlir, i
Wittertimn ' MM-lw I
NOTICE TO TRADESMEN.
Mrs. Albeit A Araujo liuvlng left
my beil mid board, nollco Is hereby
given that I will not be responsible for
any ulillu.itloiiN on accounts contriiileil
ALIICItT A ARAUJO.
Dated, Honolulu, June (., l!)i:.
By Abadie's French Malltod
177 Kino Street
this town will get the true idea
store: the idea that our real
object in running this busi
ness, and advertising it as we
do, is not so much to get you
to do something for us, as to
get a chance to do something
We really feel that way
about it; we put at your ser
vice our knowledge of the
:m me gouus
are Desr; ior you; put prices
on them that are perfectly
Jair to both of us; give you as
good a profit as we take ; give
you good quality.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes, of course, because they're
best for you. Values at $20 and
$25 that carry out our idea.
KliTkrr i Mm
"The Store for Good Clothes"
we get together
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