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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912.
Now on Sale!
FEW SALES IN
SHIRTS and NECKWEAR
Now 's your chanco to get the
uoy &co" anoe, uos
tliat world famous shoo'
about which ou hao read
eo much In the magazines
It's making just as big a hit
In tills town as it has made In
the tic cities. lio s are "wild"
about thera say they never
saw anything like them (or
baseball, running, jumping
and all outdoor sports.
"Boy Scout" Shoe
Toughest, Hshlest, mo it
MDtiDia everyanr sboe
o(t as cloves, feolti
wear two tothret
tlraes as loogr as or
dinar soles. Nolio
inei, Coolost and
Tell your ta that "nor Scoots" outwear
two la Ihreo pairs o( ordlontr ilion. Urlm
lilin Willi ytm tell btui wo have bit alio.
Good-Luck Charm FREE
Evcnr pair ol renulne M Boy Scout"
S lioci has a bwastlka" Good-Luck
Charm attached. It'a made o( a specially
prepared metal that looks like told aDd It
always stays bright. It a blumr than tha
PfLtureiQ tha corner ami mnka ri9n.i
firlvM fnr urfnnnf-a nf .Uf1.. .tjt. '
,,.. ... . ... v( mmiBui IIUUI UI
Uetter boy your "Doy
oiv'iii nuw it you
uou i want 10 vrail un
til we sena tor more,
N ntifo they're ifolmr
awfully lust. (18)
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Tort and Queen Streets
QEO. Q. GUILD Manager
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiotanl Building Honolulu, i". H.
P. O. Box (01
Dili IIICrn.K DEALER and HE
I'AlllElt, has nun (d to
180 KIXIJ 'STHKET
New location Itrd front, nrnr
Young Ilullcllng. Teli'iiliono 2S18.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAIl KING SlftFXT
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRE8SED
Fort and Pauahl Sts.
iN. icsjr 0II"
. CK . '
I'I'N'V Alti:.'AS, Chile, Juno 2,
'I ho eoH'iiiuiout bus heut a warship
to hi arch for a party of American cast
imn This action Is in response to
ii nolo found In a bottle on the bench,
wjibli wild that nn American steamei,
I he mime 6f which was baill) blurred,
but might hn deciphered ns Vli genes,
had been wrecked off C'npu Horn
"There nro smcii of us on an Islet,"
kii)s the hole, "with provisions fur olio
lnonlh' Wo hao a boat, but am afraid
of raunllmls Send help Our (Iocru
incut will pay "
on mit git tliu Ilulletln to
Kit (he .Neirn.
are adapted to YOUR butineti.
We carry Filing Cabinets and
Devices adaptable to the small
or large business and have Fil
ing System Supplies to meet ev
The Y &. E inventions will save
you time and money.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
luting men to nrcill fur hummer
course In bookkeeping ut Y M. C
A evening xchool Cost low Term
In Kins Monthi), June IT
1!11 I'linl, W0 .Must lie soli Niw
tlrcx, Dili- condition guaranteed 11
(' HilU), Hotel unit Alukea.
I'Im dollars reward nml no question
linked fin- thn return of n surgical
grlii tnkin Ironi in) machine on
Niiimnu St lust night Or A. (1
ROOM AND BOARD.
The Xuunmi. 1034 Niunnn; l'honc
14 JS Cottages, ruoins, tnlilo board
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
K Tlharn. l-'Tt Nuunnu, I'hono 5017.
licnernl contnictnni builder Jobber
NEW - TO-DAY
IN '1 Hi; CItCUIT COURT. 1'IIIST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In l'ro
liiitv At t'huinbers, No 4433 In the
Mutter uf the Hxlate of John Wngiier,
Dtciaxcct. On reading and llllng tlio
I'ltltlou nml Accounts of Josephine
Wiigncr Administratrix of the lMute
Of John Wagner, deceased, of Hono-.
lulu, fit)' mid (.'utility of Honolulu,
Ttrrltory of Huwall. wliereln petition
er axkx to In! allotted J 1 009 01 nnd
charged with $7911 80. und uxks that
the same be examliud ulid approved,
noil that a final order ite iiiiule of dlft
trlliiitiiui of the remaining proper!) to
tlio persons therelu entitled nnd dls
itiarglng petitioner and sureties from
ill further responsibilities herein It
Im Ordered, tlmt Monda). the J2nd day
of Jul A I) 'J1. ut !) o'clock u in,
lie furei the Judge ineSldlug at I'luiiii
b, rs of siild I'eiurt at his eoiirtrniini In
I he old V M (' A llulldliig. In lln
iiuliilu, City und Coiiut) of Honolulu,
1m, nnd ttie Hume hereby Is appointed
the time and plnee fur hearing Hold
Petition und Aecounts, and that nil
perxoiih Interested nut) then and there
appear nnd show inuie. If any they
iilite1, why the xiime xhiiuld not be
grunted II) the Court A K AON'A,
Clerk (Seal) Dated the 14th day
or June A I) 1U1.' Doiithltt & Coke,
iittornc)H for petltlimer
fi.'CI June 14, 21, 28; July B
We have just received a new
line of shoes built especially for
growing girls. These shoes are
quite different from any shown
before, for they combine the
style and "snapplness" of the
latest Paris and New York mod
els with the most advanced hy
WHITE NU-BUCK BUTTON
BOOT, $3 50.
TAN CALF BUTTON BOOT, $3.
BLACK VICI BUTTON BOOT,
King and Bethel Streets
trINIlc Job printing ran ulwn)s he
iibluliiiil from Hie II u 1 1 c 1 1 n's emu
pit Id) iiiiliicil Jnb printing plant.
Another. Blow day In Mocks was
lcglslured today, the session of the
tixchnngc this morning producing on
ly thrco transaction twenty shares
of Kwa nt $32.7i, fifty of Olaa at t7.r,o
and fifteen of Mcllryde nt $9.50.
I There was slightly more activity be
tween hoards Two bond sales, $3C00
of Honolulu Clan nixes nt $100 nml'J",
000 of llllo extension sixes nt $91 10.
, being noted. Hawaiian Commercial
was In fair demand at $14.50.
Several smnlt deals on Oahu sugar
.stock at $28 21 were made.
I The dullness of the week seems
I llkel) to last to the end.
fContlnued from rae 1)
at which tlmo reports were rcceled
from tho chairmen of the various sub
committees, and the captains of the
various districts were supplied with
maps of their districts prepared by
the Hoard of Health.
Acting Secretary Mott-Smlth, who
Is general uxccutlte omcer, was pres
ent at the meeting and explained In
detail tho method of making Inspce
Tho first Inspection will bo mad to
morrow, when the different captains
win send out their Inspectors and
gather dntu concerning what Is to ho
done on tho Clean-Up Day, next
Great Work by Women.
A report was mado this morning by
Mrs. V J. Lowroy of tho committee on
women's cooperation, which Is high
ly encouraging Mrs. Lowroy stated
that a largu number of women nro
much Interested In tho work, nnd will
do nil poxslblo to assist, Including
bringing pressure upon the male
members of their families to assist In
the work as Inspectors, etc. A im-et.
Ing of tho women of tho Outdoor Cir
clet of tho Kllohana Art League will
he held this afternoon, nt which tirob
ably owr ono hundred will be present,
und the matter will be gone Into In
The cpmmltteo on transportation, of
which Norman Watklus Is chairman.
l.as reccled a number of favorable
replies from the postcard requests
sent out yesterday asking for tho use
of prUate automobiles during Clean
I'll Day. Tho committee held a meet'
lug at noon today and spent half an
hour In planning fur supplying autos,
horses, and other means of transporta
tion on tho big day.
The following Is tho roIscil list of
tho captains who will have charge of
the different dlstrlols In the Clean-Cp
work, as reported to tho meeting of
tho General Clean tip Committee yes
terdtt)' District No 1, A. V Clarke;
No. 1A. A. II. Ourrey; No. Ill, Win.
Hush, No. 2. J. A. Oilman: No. 3, W.
A. (Ireenwell; No .'IA, V.. Iluffaiuleau;
No. 4A. Win. Thompson: No. 411, C. .1
McCarthy; No IC, n n Booth ; No.
41), I). A McNamarn; No 4i:, A W
Seabury; No. B, IM Tottse; No. CA, A
II. It. Vlolrn; No. CU. II 11 Walker;
No. 7A. P-ank J McLaughlin; No "I!,
N V. Tetcr; No 7C, M I) Abreu; No.
71). K T I Wntorhoiisc; No 8A,
Amos Mnwao; No 811, Hugh Thomp
son; No 8l .1 II. Schnnck; No. 81),
O. C James.
HELP CLEAN STREETS
Honolulu's dusty streets arc bring
ing out many suggestions fur reme
dies, een from those who don't for a
minute belleto the streets aro any
dustier now than they uavo been in
William Thompson nt a meeting of
tho Clean l'p Day heads yesterday
suggested that tho llro department
should bo Instructed to Hush and clean
off all the streets on which permanent
paving has been laid. Ho believes
that tlio streams of water fioni tho
engineers will cut off tho enked crust
of dirt which resists the present uf
forts of tho street cleaning brigade
and which Is a fruitful soureo of duul
on windy days,
MRS. HENDRY"s SCHOOL
HOLDS CL0SJNG EXERCISES
At 11 o'clock this morning tho clos
ing exercises of Mrs. Hendry's school
on l'eiibucola street were held In tho
presence of tho parents of tho pupils.
Tho asscmbl) hall wus attractively
ilecoiated by tliu pupils and those
who witnessed tho exercises today
were greatly satlsllcd with tho good
work of Mrs. Hendry, tho principal.
Mrs. Hondo's school bus been III ex
istence for four Kara and It is ery
likely that the attendance next year
will bo largo. Tho school eommuuees
Its next time on Septembei Hi.
'I ho piogram this morning follows.
Marehu 'Irlomphalo Strulezki
Little Mluu Muffett
At tho Mnsipierado Watlmll
Seeu Times One lugeluw
Nino Llttlo (lirls.
A Tract for Autos Uultvrinun
Tho Mill Jensen
I i:iizalieth Wall.
Abou lieu Ailliem Hunt
' Juck McKcnzlo.
II Troutore Doie
Tho Walrus and tho Carpenter
'I ho Wulrus. Wlllard Williams.
'I ho Carpenter. Ollter Kmi'isiin.
Hevcn Maids uml tho Ujsters.
We believe that our present line of Men's Shirts, Collars and Ties con
tains a greater variety than has been ever offered for inspection in
In Shirts we have " E & W" and ' STAR," so well
known for the high quality of material, superior
needlework and perfect fit. These shirts are in
styles for formal dress, semi-formal dress, business
and outing wear.
$1.25 to $3.00
SUVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from all over the world at tliu
It goes -without saying that every
thing Is lies' at The l'.nrore.
Special prices on potteries and
brasses Arts uud Crafts Shop
The local lodge of I'.lks Is olison
Ing tku annual Hug du of the order
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall. Nichols Co, Ltd.
Wanted Two moro passengers for
around-the-lsland at $C. Lewis
Stables and Oarage Tel. 2141.
It you want a good Job done on an
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen SL
Did you ecr try tho Ilxuert Hat
Cleaners on Tort street with a soiled
hat. Satisfaction Is guaranteed
Bicycle Supplies ami Repairing. llo-
al Navy Illcycles. $4",. Kasy terms.
Dow son llros.. Smith and Hotel Sts.
Drink Hires It Is pure; also tho
distilled water bottled by the Consul
Idated Soda 'Works. Phono 2171
1'or nn auto call up Joo Snutns at
Young Automobile stand. I'hono 2511
Seven sented I'ope-Ilartford, No. 92').
Ie Tnl Sooii, a Chinese drher, was
arrested yesterday by the humane of
ficers for drlWhg it mule with a deep
gash In Its shoulder
Bring 10 Urceu Stamps and ono dol
lar and get a completo Hoy Stout suit
for ncatlon. Green Stnmp Store,
Ileretanla and Kort streets
Tliu regular mooting of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee Is held at tho
looms of the Committee, Illshop street
side todu) ut 3 30 o'clock p in
Seats are on sale for Ku Mylott
Song Recital In the- Oi'Tit House Mon
day evening, June 17th, at th Pro
motion Rooms, Young building Phone
A farewell At-Ilomo will ho ghen
Mrs Snedeker uud Mrs. Hllsworth nt
the Susannah Wesley Home Saturday
evening from 7 30 to 0. Any friends
wishing to attend will bo welcome
The Lord-Young company has won
tho contract for the llllo library, uc
cording to wireless news. Tliu bids
were opened nt llllo yi'sterday The
Lord-Young company bid $17,B00 and
tlio other wus $l!),000.
I P Cooke was quoted this morn
ing as considering tlio cnblu from A
I, C, Atkinson In Chicago, published
In tho Ilulletln yesterday, ns a
Joke, bicnuse of Atkinson's well-
known political sympathies
Householders ure encouraged to
place garbage on tho sldowalks on
Clean-up Day This recommendation
wns approved by the Hoard of Super
visors lust night, und tho city will
uld In the campaign by supplying
wagons, mules and labor to assist In
leiuovliiK nil such accumulations
Auto trips around tho Island will ho
mado every Wednesday and Trlilay by
tho City Auto Stand cam: autos leavo
stand ut '. a m and return about
p in. Three cars will bo pluted on
run It inquired Itntes $4 Bo u passcn
for Those desiring to make trip aro
requested to como and book. City
Auto Bland Phone Ilfiili or 1171).
Hit VKTOIt S CLARK Is now In
Manchuria on his trip to nriiinge for
Itiissl in Immigration
II U HOLSTKIN, ltepubllcuil Na
tional Committeeman fur Hawaii, Is
fort)-seven )cars old today
S S MYUICK. who succeeds A M
Merrill as piesldeiit of Mills College
has arrived and begun his duties
President uud Mrs Myrtck uud theli
four children came nn the WIIIifIiuIiui
K T WALSH, Jr. sen of ono or the
merchant tailor princes of Aiistinlla
j now in I lint all on his wit) home
lie brings with him a bride, who was
Miss Villa Seatnn, n society girl of
The homo uf the lute Uldor Straus
III Nett oil was Mild mid In u fi tt
mntithx will Jm turn ilnwii to make
room fin a new 13-stoiy up iitno ut
Neckwear for all occasions, 50c to $2.00
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Datld Iimlka, a Hawaiian hoy 21
yenrs of age, tiled last night at 8 10
o'clock at the 1-eahl Home and ef
forts are being made today to locate
his relatives It ho has an) I he ease
Is a sad one Tho )oung mnn was ta
ken to tho Home from Queens llospl
tul only a few daH ago and seems lo
I Lite been alone In his d)lng moments
exiept for tho caro of tho attendants
Itilutives and friends aro asked to
communltato with II II Williams, the
undertaker, after which funeral nr
ritugc monts will be made
ANOTHER STRIP OF LAND
ADDED TO FLARMSTRONG
Acting tluvemor Mott-Smlth this
morning formally concurred In the
President's proclamation setting uslde
the 200-foot strip or land aloifg the
eastward hide of Port Armstrong tu
become n luirt of the fort This strip
was held out some yeais ago to he
used by tho t Ity fur setter lines, but
these were filially laid elsewhere,
leaving the minim strip of land un
occupied Huron Milr-te h ill vou Ith he rxti In tile
luyr fletmuu iiinlHtxxndor tn l.ngl mil
will ntilti a --iilarc of S17 ,00 n tear
the Urgi xt xal irv paid to unv Cerium
olllrl il .
Beauty real beauty is
more than skin deep. No cos
metic in the world can give
tlie wholesome color, the
bright eyes, the clear, trans
parent skin that is the natural
result of pure blood, proper
diet and hygienic habits of
It sounds easy and it is easy
for a woman to hae the
beauty which health alone can
give. A safe and efficient tonic
if the blod is weak, thin or
impure (Dr. 5lliams' Pink
Pills for Pale People are es
pecially recommended), the
avoidance of foods which will
cause eruptions, and regular
bathing of the skin. That is
all and it is the only way.
Wilts to the Or Williams Medicine Co,
Dot US. Schenectidi, N Y , for a free
booklet. Plain inks to Women" It Is sn
outipoken but perfectly proper little book
snd should bo rent be eterr omin snd
growing girl A tree sample of tho new lai
ribs ' Plnkleta" will alio be sent you
Should lou bo unable to obtain Dr Wllllami'
Pint- Pltli tor Palo People In your locality
they n lit bo sent poitpatdon receipt of price,
CO centi per boi, ali boiei for 12 SO.
NrtW F Circle
l Ring p
Alice Sit Miss I'ortlelght bus be
come u surfragelte Whatever Indue
ed her to espouse the cause
Kate She prohuhl) thought at her
age a woman ought to espouse some
thing' Student- What s tho meaning of
Lnnillad) Only a gentle reminder,
sir It s exnetly a )ear today since oil
paid mo )uur rt ut
"Hull)crnt" Is In tlio campaign.
Aunt Delhi Just ' happened" to think
"How Is )our son''"
Now On At,
Fetched an Extra
Then Hoist Up
H. Paris, j
hinery Sales Agent
I AllM-TbDV MESSENGER BOY i
LU1UKI PARCEL DELIVERY
know everybody and understand
'Don't mention him! I've cast him
' (louil gracious! What has ho
"Done! Thero's no end to his ex.
"Kb. what form does It tako )acht,
"No worse, chicken farm!"
"Harduppn makes me think of a
busy bee "
"Industrious, Is he?"
"Oh, not In that wuy nearly everj
nne he touches gets stung"
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