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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1912.
DY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
WHEN IN NEED OF
I ' II
Is the Only Kind That Is
See Us Before You Build.
We put up the"tynolimbable Kind"
AND IT NEVER WEARS OUT.
Prices are as Satisfactory As
Material and Construction
J. C. Axtell,
1048-1050 Alakea Street
P. O. Box 64:2 Phone 2515
THE SPIT BALL
By GEORGE FITCH
THE spit Imll la nn Improvement
mi (lie ordinary projectile which
Ih fed to the batter by the.
pltrher. It la the sntno old horse
mined by going dry in tho last half
of the ninth with two men on bases.
Tho spit ball has complicated tho
baseball gatno In many ways and has
hide ball, but In nddltlon to using his not only mado It necessary to revise
hands nnd feet In pitching It, tho the sclenco of batting, but has com-
pitcher also uses his tongue. Thli polled tho fielders to get Into training
enables tho hall to sidestep nnd by catching greased pigs and catfish,
otherwise elude the batter so adroit- It produces a beautiful game, how
ly that tho latter generally bents the
atmosphere for several yards around
into a creamy froth with his bat
whlto attempting to hit It. I
Two hinds of deliveries! arc used by.
modern pitchers tho wet and drj.j
Tho dry ball Is chemically pure. and1
has the sanction of tho health do-!
partment. It cnti bo hit successfully
even by a man who cannot Hwlm and,
therefore, has fallen Into dUreputo
among pltcherB. Tho other kind
was Invented by .Inck Chcsbro and Is
tho celebrated "spit ball' When pro-
paring to spit-ball tho pitcher licks!
I the sphere with his long, gllstcnlngl
tongue, as If ho was a boa constrictor,
and was preparing to swallow- It. This,
causes It to adhcro firmly to hist
knucklo hone. Ho then convulses;
nnd releases the well soaked ball:
with a prodigious twist. The sphere'
rails through tho air with n loud
'whoosh" like a pall of water falling over, nud tho rainbows shining In the
from a fourth story window, nud misty trail of tho ball aro well worth
which fools tho batter with Its wldu tho prlto of ndmtsslnn.
curvo, or drowns him outright. Ambitious pitchers are Improving
To produce tho spit ball tho pitcher the spit ball every year and nro grad-
must bo a sort of human onsls with tmlly Increasing Its humidity until
Oo you btlch or bloat?
TRY THE DITTER8
Digestion wok bowels
TRY THE BITTER3
lave you mlrl, or fever
TRY THE DITTER8
le 58 yeara old and hae help
ed thouiande back to health.
It tonee rebuild! nourishes
For sale by Denson, Bralth & Co.,
Ltd., Chamber Drug Co., Ltd., Hllo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
OITICE OK Till: HOARD 01'
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 3, 1912,
IN Till: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers In Probate. In the matter
of the Estate of Ellia Scott Wilder,
largo and never falling saliva glands (ho ball will eventually look like tho. J0"'1 ' rn , , , . .
capable of keeping hair a dozen balls Old Faithful geyser as It hurtles to- ,n Creditors The undersigned hereby
wntcr-loggcd for ns many as fifteen wards tho plate, and many a luckless lv,e ""tire that they have been ap-
Innings if necessary. This is very batter will sluk In Its wake to rise no
dlflH-ult In do and many n young more. Competition Is Indeed a tor
pitcher has had n, brilliant career rlblo thing.
AND PACKED IN A
DUST PROOF CARTON
C.Q.YEE HOP & COMPANY
SEC, KNOX HAS
pointed nnd conunlt-sloned as Exccu
tors of the Ijist Will and Testament
f i:ilza Scott Wilder, late of Hono
lulu, deceased Alt persons owing the
said estate nro hereby notified to make
payment to the undersigned; and all
perHons holding claims against said
notified to present
before tho National committee In ses
sion here to dccldo upon tho numer
ous proteslH Died. Action upon this estate are hereby
question will be taken on Monday the same, together with any vouchers
and, whntcver tho decision may be, a therefor, properly authenticated, to
tremendous protest from one side or the unJer.lgncd nt No. 1019 lvnsacolu
tho other Is certain to result. street, Honolulu, within six months
Tho question enme up today when from the first publication of this no-
itho protest of tho Taft reprcscnta- tlee, such llrst publication bolng dated
lives against tho seating or tho two tho ZCth day of May, 1013, or audi
delegates from tho Fourth California claims will bo forever barred. Dated
Congressional District, Iloosovclt men, this 25th day of May, 1912. WILLIAM
wns presented, Tho convention call cilAl'N"t:v WILI)i:il, CHARLES
was for tho election of two delegates THOMAS WILDER, Executors of the
to tho convention from each Congres- vni r ;nxn Hcott Wilder, deceased
Blnnnl district. Tho California prima-, 6217 May
ry law provides that tho candldato
who secured a majority or a plmallty
of tho voles should have credited to1
him tho ontlro Stato delegation nnd
TENDER8 FOR BEEF CATTLE,
Sealed tenders In duplicate endorsed
"TENDERS I-'OH HEEK CATTLE"
will bo received at the ofllco of tho
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock noon,
Monday, June 17, 1912, for supplying
the Leper Settlement, Molokal, with
beef cattle for the period of six months
from July 1, 1912, to December 31,
1912, under tho following conditions,
1 The bidder must offer to furnish
fat beef cattle to weigh not less than
350 pounds net when dressed, In lots
averaging nbout 60 head per month,
more or less, ns may be specified by
tho Superintendent of the Leper Set
tlement, delivered at the Leper Set
tlement, Molokal. For further Infor
mation npply at the ofllco of tho Hoard
of Health, Honolulu.
2. Hides, tnllow- and offal to be the
property of the Hoard of Health.
3. Each bid must be Tor the price
per pound live weight, with nn alter
native offer of a price per head.
4. The successful bidder must agree
that all cattle are offered for delivery
j subject to the right of the Bupcrln-
icnucni oi mo L,cper neiuomcni 10
reject any or alt unlit for use. In which
event other cattle must be forthwith
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
HIDi:s," for the purchase of hides be
longing to the Hoard of Health, for
tho period of six months from July 1,
1912, to December .11, 1912, will be re
ceived at tho ofllco of the Board of
Health until 12 o'clock noon, Juno 17,
Tenders must bo for tho price per
pound for hides delivered on the wharf
nt Honolulu, on welRhts approved by
nn agent of the Honrd of Health
Payments required In IT S. gold coin
Immediately after delivery.
The Iloard does not bind Itself to
accept the highest or any bid.
TIIH HOARD OF HEALTH,
lly Its President.
J S. H PRATT
E25 June 3, 1, E. fi. 7. ft, 10, 11, 12, 1.1
29; June 1, B, 8, 13, 15,19
rAnnnclatefl tr- caMe.)
WASIIINOTON, I). C, Juno 7. -Whlln
thn Armv nnd Navv Donnrt-
ments today wcro Issuing orders plac- under this law wcro Issued to tho
Ing a largo part or tho land and naval Hoosovolt dolegatcs from tho Fourth
forces of tho country upon a war ba-! Ihelr certificates of election, nlthough
sis. rondv in mnvn nt n. moment's no-iin that particular district tho Taft del-
,. .. .... . ... ... ' Pl.nn. lin.l omall mntnl-IMnn Tim Tnfl
lice, mo aiaio ijcparuneui was in con- " " ..... iiiiu . .. ..... juno j9i
slant touch with tho American Kmt)a8-'iiun.i"iuuin uu mm mo m.no
sy at Havana nnd wifh tho-commnnd- B'r w'" majorities should ho seat
or o( tho forces already at tho hcciio " Irrespective of the requirements of
of posslblo action at C-unutanamo. ,ho California law.
I.nrirn lintwla nf ttpcrn InBlirrnrlhs' ThTOO States Affected.
nro pillaging throughout Orlento Pro Tho right of a Mate to leglstato bo
lnco. tho rebels threatening to con-lns to alter the National party rules Is ini .in i mmmi pnRM
vorgo upon Quantonamo City. ThoillUH questioned and Into tho question ,UL-?.i'. ."". ...I
flulmn mvnrnment lias snvnral larcm comes tho BtatldlngS of tho entlro
forces In tho field composed of cavalry State delegations from California, Or-
'nnrt Infnnlrv. will, Hnlil anil mnehlnn CgOll and North Dakota.
guns. I 8orgennt-al-Arms Stono, named by tho lolant Alumni Association of lo-
Slmon ArmonlcroB, tho leader of v.nnirmaii iow 10 lano cnargo oi uio mm (Jollego wns organizcu last, Tnurs.
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
There will be a meeting of the stock-
luildTk of tho Honokan Lyceum on
D. 1912, nt 7:30 p. in., at
Ilopokua Lyceum, Hnnokua, Hawaii.
WM J. RICKAUD,
Secretary, llonokna Lyceum.
of any deecrlption
PAPER A 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
"or, and Queen Rtreele
OEO. Q. QUILD
AUDIT COMPANY OF
124 BETHEL 3TBEIT
F. 0. Box 04G
Conduct! all claasei of Audit and
Investitrations, and (urniihei Reporti
on all kinds of financial work
Saptitioni given (or limplifyinfr
or ijBtematizing office wotk. All
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
OITTCK OP TIIK HOARD OV
Honolulu. Haw-all, June 3, 1912.
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
Willi llfty-seven chartor members
Sealed lenders in duplicate endorsed
furnished to make up the required
number and those rejected forthwith
removed at tho expense of tho bidder.
All bid must bo submitted In ac
cordance with, nnd subject to. tba pro
visions and requirements of Act 82,
Session Inws 1909.
Tenders must bo nccompanled by n
certified check equal In. amount to 5
per cent, of the tender on the bails of
60 head per month weighing net, when
dressed, 350 pounds each.
TIIK HOARD OP HEALTH.
By Its President,
J. 8. U. PRATT.
i aimon ArmcntcroB, mo loauer oi "" " tiii, u. mm i,oiicgo s orgHiuzcu iai ' nurs--,,... , . . R - , ln ,, ,, 13
I onn of tho largest negro bands, has no- convention, today appealed to tho po- day evening nt a meeting at Davlob "-,Jun' . . " '". '. -.
tilled Havann that ho Intends to make " nuinoriucs lor a sumcieni ponco nnil, St. Andrew's Cathedral. Tho
American property tho especial ob- Fuard for tho National commlttco and Collcgo wns founded In 1872 and at
ject of his raids and that ho will do for tho convention, to protect tho com- least four of tho chartor mombcra
his utmost to destroy ns much foreign niltteemcn and tho dclegatcB from tho wero students thero forty years ago.
property ns ho ran. Intimidations threatened by tho back- Among tho honorary mombera al-
i Secretary of tho Interior Ilru as- "s of Mr. Hoosovolt. ready elected nro Dr. Sun Yat 8en,
surcs tho Stato Department hero that There shall Do no rough liousa flrBt President of tho Republic of Chi-
RESOLUTION NO. 654.
11IJ IT ItnSOLVKD by tho Hoard of
von Hamm Young
Pioneeri and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Haitford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas , Flyer.
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Types 22 and 34 Can Be 8een at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streete
QEO. C. DECKLEY, Sole Distributor
Supervisors of tho City and County
iiciu mm . - .-. --"-- '"'"'"" " i'"- "V " . ,, ...... -. , ii...n ,hi
tho Cuban government will do Kb ut- hero nnrt no demonstrations that snail na; Hon. Anthony Ahlo, llrst President " """"'"'"' Avi"Mniiavivn
lnmrmrn uiin inn unriniiu unrir ni inn nr iim rititmoA uneneA fnncte iiiai.. nv nmii wi a . .w -..' - ......
in oh t to protect forclKncrH
1912 GAS IRON
Will do a day's ironing for only $ .03
worth of GAS. Price complete with
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.,
ALAKEA AND BERETANIA
Tho situation was bo critical to- '""' "'" rcuucai ior ponce,
night that Secretary Knox Issued a Senator Dixon, when questioned
warning direct lo President Oomoi, to Rnrdlng tho Intlmldntlons feared
tho effect Hint any further continued Sergeant at-Armi Btone, refused
failure to protect foreigners and their discuss the matter.
Cuban Interests would Inevitably re
sult In Intervention by the United
I convention," declared AJr. Stono, when op Alfred Willis, former Anglican
I Illahop of Honolulu; Ulshop Restarlck,
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS (ll.UOO)
be nnd tho samo Ih hereby approprl-
re-Ts American rlcoparVlshr' of "'1ft n,'m0"T r'o'r an ?S,
by Hawaii: Dr. Makahua, a Hawaiian J"0' h 'rVrvvvPr ok
lo physician now practising in .London; ?"ow ,a,nv., ,,, . nfTirii r n,.
PARTY RULES QUESTION
MADERO'S BROTHER TO TOKIO.
MEXICO CITY. Mex., Juno 7. Tho
nppointtnent nf G'istav Madero, broth
er of the President", as Mexican Am
bassador to Toktn, was announced to
day. Tho ncw-B has created more or
less of a sensation, in view of tho fro-
CHICAOO. 111... Juno 7. Whether, iucnt American reports that Madero
tho rules or tho llopubllcan party, as, was vory much In touch with tho gov-
drawn up yearn ago nnd under which ornmont of tho Mikado.
wan Issued, tho call for tho election nf e e e
delegates tn tho National convention Sollna Smith, tho gypsy, who lias liv-
oro to bo enforced at tho convention rll ln cnmvan nl (ier f0i deil t
&$LWX. KRl"- -t " f W. Bh. had
of some of tho Stato legislatures furi.el her medns nlmoat entirely by
enacting Presidential preference prl- fortune-tolling. Hho was an Invctcrnte
mnry Inwa is tho vital iiuestlon now pipe-BtnoKcr
Bottled by the
GON3ALVE8 & CO., LTD.,, Guoen811!'-
At their Bottling
Good for 2000 Votes
nnd Mark Sang, a young Chinese mis
slonary now living at Tonga, In tho I
South Seas. Tho sum of $47 received
In initiation fees tho flrBt night was
voted bb a contribution to Ulshop Willis.
I nominate Mrs. or Miss
STREET SWEEPERS MUST
BEWARE OF VIERRA
A. K. Vlerra, superintendent of tho
rlty's Btreet-swecplng brigade, last
month arrested twenty-four people for
Bwoeplng rubbish nnd garbage Into
public strcots, and secured twenty
convictions in Judgo Monsarrat'd
Vlerra has been a terror In tho Chi-
peso and Japanese colonies, whero ho
mado tho most nrrosts. On sovcral
occasions ho arrested employes of
prominent mcrchnntH and took them
Early yesterday morning Vlorrn
stopped n Russian woman from sweep
ing rubbish Into Port Btreet. Tho
Czars Biihjoct was surprised, declar
ing In broken English that In Russia
It was all right tn sweep rubbish Into
tho public streets. Vlerra Informed
her Hint the laws of Russia do not
prevail in Hawaii and alio promised to
r.boy tho local law hereafter.
ROADS. HONOLULU DISTRICT (Re
pairs, 10th Ave., Palolo)."
Presented by Supcrvltor
8. C DWIOHT.
Honolulu. May 16, 1012.
Approved this Cth day nf Juno, 1912.
JOSEPH J KERN,
RESOLUTION NO. (58.
Downtown addross, if any
Occupation , Phono
District No (Seo District Divisions)
Nominated by Address
.Only tho first nomination ballot received for each candldato will count
for 200Q votCB, Kill nut atl Iho lines nf this ballot vory carefully and mull
AT ONCE to tho Contost Manager, Evening Bulletin, Honolulu, T. II.
Tho raanagoment reserves iho right to reject any objectionable nomi
nations. Kill out this blank, wrlto plainly, and send It to Contest Manager with
your nnmo or thn namo and nddrass of your fnvnrtto candidate, The names
of persona making nominations will uot bo divulged, if bo requested
no (triumphantly reading from n
newspaper) "Suffragist Bpeakor hec
kled by geeso at a county fair." Ha!
ha! Even tho geese nro against wo
man suffrage, my denr!
Sho (contemptuously) That's be
causo they aro gecso.
HE IT. RESOLVED by tho noard of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that tho
sum of THREE HUNDRED 8IXTV-
NINE and 91-100 (I369.9J) DOLLARS
bo nnd the same Is hereby approprl
nted out of all moneys In the Ocnvnl
lund of the Trensury ror an iiccouni
known as "INTEREST REGISTERED
Presented by Supervisor
EI1EN P. LOW.
Honolulu, May 16, 1912
Approved this dill day of June, A
JOSEPH J. PERN,
SUPPLIE8 AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD
CHUMAN CARRIAGE Cu
For the BE8T RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLD8MOBILE, No. 403
C. H. B E H N
All permits for cutting grass within
the Nuunnu Reservation nro repealed.
Hereafter no permits of this character
will bo granted.
Kupnrlntendent of Tubllo Works,
Honolulu, May 31, 1912.
ALL WE ARK IB A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING w6rK8
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
erator I roubles.
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co,, Ltd.
Maud Jack Hawkins sang up at
our hoiiBo- last night
Alice Did ho let hlmsolf out?
Maud No, father Bhnwod Mm
For Cuts, nrulsea. Ilurni,
Corns, Itch Sores, piles
Wounds, etc. Price 23c
1 1911 Hupmobllo touring car.
I 1910 Slovens Model X 5-passenger
1 1911 'Stevens 6-cyllhdcr Model AA
Any reusonablo offer will be accepted
Pull and f-eo thorn nt my auto stund.
Kort St M E. Sllva. 5256-lw
Electric Works Shop
Moved to 70 School Street Ewa of
Storage Batteries Recharged, Repaired
Alto Coil and Magneto Work
P O. Dox 708
182 Merchant Street Near Alakea
HONOLU'.U, T. II
KliM In circulation Plrst In tin
hearts of the people. That's tho Hal.
. ctli nnd why Hull t tin nils pur.
fou rich returns. ;
J. E. ROCHA