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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.r SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1912.
All the points in favor of
mmmMMm WOMEN DISCUSS
Tho wedding of Miss Laura Nott
and M(. Herbert Dowsed will tako
pinto on (lie 28th of Juno at St. An
Mr. James A. Kennedy and Mr. Stan
Icy Kennedy have started on their
way to London.
MIbs Hetty Darcy of California will !
shortly bo a summers visitor In Ho
nolulu, where she has many friends,
The V. J. Iiowrcys will shortly move
to their valley home, Nanlko, for tho
Mr. and Mrs, flcorgo Hockley nro at
present In New York hut expect to bo
back In Honolulu ery shortly.
City hciiutlMcutlon unil Improvement
were discussed yesterday afternoon tit
a largely attended meeting or member-.
.cugue held ut the residence of Mm
Henry Wntcrhouse lllllbourd cam
paigning, I'lcnn-l'ii I).iy mid other
matters were talked our The women
resent thought It feasible to send u
llculur Utter to manufacturers wlune '
Have been tested, by leading chefs
and domestic science teachers. .
For cooking CRISCO is better than
butter or lard.
ARMY AND NAVY
billboards asking tin in to discontinue
uilcrtlliig In thin way, the letter to
bo signed by it law number of rci-
Various tllHtrkt reported on bit
provcnions In gelling down unslghll)
fences iiikI getting other Llices i.tint
id. Plans were iiImi talked oxer for
getting the vttciint lot ut Port and
neituni streets tor it imiiiic iarK
iienn-i'ii u.ty wns inuorwu in pa
pers by .Mrs Hhorninn and Mrs fox
AtnoiiK those present i'tordny hoi.
Mrs II WutcrhnuHC, Mls N Hlur-
Keoti, .Mrs F J. Lorey. Mrs Hhor-
Do you belch or bloat?
TRY THE BITTERS
BDigoitlon weak bovveli
TRY THE BITTERS
l-lave you malaria, or fever
TRY THE BITTERS
58 years old and has help
thouiande back to health.
tones rebuilds nourishes
As an outcotno of correspondence , JIrM i c, Mrs. Helen Ktnrrs,
At All grocers
Italian Swiss Colony
White, Red and Sparkling of California Vintage
A Table Wine
For the Family Trade
Deliveries made to any part of the city
QUEEN and ALAKEA STREETS
between tho Judgo advocate general
of the Army and tho Attorney lienor
nl of tho United States, relntl.e to tho
authority of tho .President to call out
tho National Ouard In time of emer
gency, Ilrlgadlcr Peneral Robert K.
I'.vnns, chief of tho division of mili
tary affairs, War Department, has
proposed ! method by which n volun
teer force can bo created In peace, sub
ject to tho orders of tho President.
I'ndcr tho plan proposed the Presi
dent would ho empowered to form In
each organization of tho National
Guard, from Its members, active or
honorably discharged, corresponding
units of Unltcjl States volunteers.
These volunteers would bo mustered
lor pay at tho end of each quarter,
ntid would attend an annual camp of
Instruction for n period of not less
than seven days.
I Tho olllcers would bo appointed by
the President, and the men would ho
enlisted from tho Guard or from lion-
ornbly discharged men of the Army,
'Navy or Marine Corps. "This plan,
says uencrni t-.vans, "contemplates an
I organization within an organization.
Every organization would hac tho
opportunity to mother, create, nurture
and Instruct a United States volunteer
organization within Its own body."
In order to utIILzo Slate and local
pride and Interest, tho regiments cre
ated under this law should retain their
Slato designation. Gen. Kvtins be
lieves tho legislation he proposes ac
complishes practically what was tho
motiva and Intent of tho Dick bill
when It .was enacted.
rlils now organization, he says
Mrs W 1.. Moore, Mrs. O Hniiiu. Mrs.
Ovrrlt Wilder". Miss Llshiniin, Ml
For sain by llcnson. Smith & Co,
Ltd, Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.. llllo
CroKn. Mrs r lllshop. Mrs Aliiert I Drug Co. and at nil wholesalo Ihiuor
Afong. Mrs Mill Holt, .Miss von Molt.
Mrs. 8. Wilder, Miss Montgomery, Mr
Montague Cooke, .Mrs. Dulenberg.
Mrs Tlmbcrlakc, Mrs. Knyrcs, Mrs
(ilgnuux, Mrs. I' C Athcrtnn, Mrs.
', K Ms cm, Mrs. II. Lewis, Airs. Jus
Ilk-knoll. Mrs. Kluegel, Mrs. Clarence
Cooke, Mrs W. I.c, Miss 1-nwrcnee,
Mrs A. P. Taylor, .Mrs. Ynp, Mrs.
Mott-Hmllh, Mrs 1". I) Lowrcy, Mrs.
I' Thompson, Mrs Andrew llrnwn,
Mrs A HoMnon, Mrs. Cordon, Mrs.
Campbell, Mrs. Augustus '.. Murphy,
Mrs. T Wall, .Mrs -Andntde. Miss A.
Wnlker, Miss A Alexander, Mrs.
Coomh, 5lr, Carl Andrews, Mrs. A.
V Snares, Mrs. 1-' Hush, Mrs llrlllil,
Mrs Webb, Miss II ltoung, Mrs. C M.
Cooke, Mrs ltlchard Cooke and Mrs.
AUDIT COMPANY OF
24 BETHEL STREET
P. 0. Box IMG
Conducti all classei of Audit and
Investigations, and furnishes Beporti
on all kinds of financial work
Suptreitions (riven for simplifying
or systematizing office woik. All
The Oahu Young People's Christian
Union will hold Its annual concntloti
at the Public llaths, WnlklUI, on next
Saturday afternoon, Juno 22, ut 4
Tho Union will servo coffee, but thu
lllninlinsa lt (ill unnliilliiU iifo Pmillnul.
.l.l l lrl.l ,nill, ,!, i"l n-vii--.it-. i"iH'ii-
n....... n..u ..,..y.. ,..,.......,.. , r( j0 i,rI1(. tliolr supper. After the I
on enlisting thotlght they were en- , Bhnrt recreation, thel
sting in advauco for the service r, Ceding,, of tho convention will be!
;,anywlioro,, and 'ipc (I ml that tiro:'....,...,..
",.. M"a',f W",,.'?"1! The roll-rail of societies and the
of ho rnnilao.iri.lo of H.o territory lnwnrdnf 10 hnnnvrB , nierIl ,
ci( tho United Slides, an opporlu iltyjl)(, lmIohnH llmlnI. ,u,llortH of thr ro.
to put thomsolvcs Into a position ,,,, ,,. ,.,, ,, ,,' , ,.,,..
whero they would bo Immediately mi
ller tho orders of tho President.
That tho present cavalry strength
of the United Slates bo maintained
and not reduced by live regiments n..
proposed by the IIouso is tho agree
ment reached by tho conferees on the
Army appropriation bill. Tho confer
ees havo had several long sessions In
tiring olllcers will bo heard. Huch so
clety Is to have n representative
speaker, who Is In speak for several
minutes about the work ilouo during
tho past year. Thero will bo an ad
dress and special music. The elec
tion of new olllcers for tho coming
year will also take place.
All 0. K, Societies and Kpworth
Leagues represented by the Union are
,.inii.,tn,l ... I. ...... ..u l..f.,.. .Ii.ln.,..ll..,,u
nn rlTnrt to rnarh nil nnroninpnl or a -"'""". .". ."""" '"".."...,
- , ,: ,. : oi memuers as poss u e prese t at in s
eompromlso on (ho many .pies Inns of ,.(mv ,,,. A, fr,t,ml8' ro , cor.
illili-IL-lltr ui-iwi-l'll lll.i 1...1 iiuiin.'n, vn-
licclallv over Its legislative provisions.
land they have adopted a report In bo
submitted to both houses.
I As tho hill passed thu House It pro- J
posed many changes In tho Army or
ganization, but the Kciiato knocked
but nianv of the proposals.
The House, for Instance, proposed
In Increase the enlistment period to
flvo years; the Senate desired to
maintain (ho present period of three
years. II Is understood that thorn bus
boen n romnrouilse, making tho enlist
ment period four years.
iCHINATOWN ROW; EDITOR !
ATTACKED BY WOMAN
The Exptrt Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
I MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF FORE
CLOSURE AND SALE.
' In u.cordanrc with n po-r of salo
contained III that certain mortgage
inado by John .' AihWioii, and MHry
Anderson, his wife, of Honolulu, City
and County of Honolulu, Territory of
I l.i -a Ml to the Plonoir Ilulldlng nnd
Loan Aspmlntlnn of llaui.M, dntrd Oc-
It.t.ii 10, A. 1 1911. nnd reinrdtd In
tin- ItiKltry of Conpnnrcs In said
Honolulu Ir Llhrr 317 nn pages K2 to
ti. lint lee Is hereby glcn that said
Mortgagee Intends to foreclose said
in )rt gage for condition broken, to wit:
the nop piiMnciit of principal, InlorcM,
as-- uMinenti. mitt premiums when due;
'..lid upon said foreclosure will fell at
I pulilli auction at the auction rooms of
IJiiinex I' Morgan Company. Limited,
on Kji.iluiin inn i.trfc'1. In snld Hono-
I lulu on Satnnlav. June IIS, A. II 1012,
. ut 1? o'oloi It noon of said day, the
preinlii-H iloicrllicd In snld mortgage,
to v It
All that ph'ce or parcel of land, with
tin- iniprowmcnts tliorenn, situate at
i Il.iuhaiiUol In Mild Honolulu. Pelng a
portion or the land ilercrlhe.l In It. P.
. I. .' Award 11M to Kupee, nnd
..n atnl il(l gnu ted as Lot N'tim
lirr ni (li In a Kiiliillvlslou of said
piopim, and ii.irtloul.irly lioiinded.nnd
ilo-i rib. cl an rnllou:
lloRlnnlng at the northwet enrmr
of tlili lot at a tioint on tho mnkal
xldo of a roadway known as Holoku
bana lane, the snld point bring alio
the i:n bank of tho stream running
through said lot, and running thenco
1. H. .19 :.V i: r.914 feet nlong said
Hue of ui.iknl side of Holokti
bana Initio, thenco
S. S .li' r.ft" W i:i feet nlong Lot
2 of raid tract;
.1. . 18" S5' W. M feet: thrnc
N. 3T S.V i: 13t feet to Inltl.tl
coutalnlng all nrcn of T22S si.inrt feet,
niori. or less, and being the snmn
preinlm' comeyeil to snld Mortgagor
b deed of Wong Ah Chuck, dated Oc
tober H. U'09, recorded In said Itegls
try In Lllur 319, p.igo :r,2.
Tonus of Halo Cash In V. S gold
mln; ileeilii (o lip stamped and drawn
bv attorney for Mortgagee, at cxponm
I'nr further parllruhirs apply to C.
P. Potorson, attorney for Mortgagee,
Kanliuinanu street, or to snld James
I" Morgan Company, Limited, auc
tioneer Dato.1. Honolulu, May 20. A 1912.
Tin: Pio.i:i:it iiuildino ami
LOAN ASSOCIATION OP HA
WAII lly Its Attorney,
c. r phthiison.
D2I0 May 21. 1; June 7. 15
The French Laundry
Scientific Dry Cleaning by
Abadie's French Process
Women's garments cleanccj linger the supervision of Madame Jean Abadic,
who has just returned from an inspection of the largest Dry Cleaning cs- -tablishmcnts
on the mainland.
The French Laundry.
Friends of Kdltor Chung Ynii Hung
of thu Wall lll.ig lln complain that
last Wednesday morning the Chinese!
edlt.ir was attacked hy a number of
Chinese women In his olllco and bad
ly beaten Tho row Is said In lie the
outcome of nn editorial e.intrnvers) 1
between tho editor of the Willi lllngi
" ,,-- 1 . .... .. .... ..... .
Upon tho pinposal of tho' IIouso for " 1"' l "" ':" ' ug. asfista... c.i-,
Iho nbandnninent of about twenty forts "r " ."", ;'?".V. ' ' " r " I
which havo small garrisons the con- 'llKl")Hl",nn of I';'1 l r"KH 11""le' '"'"
ferees struggled long. This was one l'clccl ll?.ro-. V? women, say the
or the pet economy plans of tho IIouso "oaten minora menus, are memoors
and Its conferees woro Insistent upon of" C,.ll,lt'.0 w""lon8 I1"rKnnl'l'1
tho plan. A provision for tho appoint- cullci1 lho T"1K '"","". and one
incut or a commission to Investigate "f ,l,' w!""en " l'i? "'? ,,f "n ''"""
tho wholo subject of small forts anil " "Ullciynl on tho (hen 'Voii I o. hence
tho women brcntuo Involved In the
row stinted by their husbands.
OLD OFFICERS OF HUI
Hut sou can be tool whllu being
hluiwd If you go to tho
Cunha's Alley, Next Union Grill,
on King Street
IN Till: CIIICITIT COHIIT OP Till!
Ulrst Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chauib.rs. In Probate. In the matter
of the Kntate of Klljta. Kcott Wilder,
Deceased Probate No. ttSR. Notice
to Creditors. The undersigned hereby
glo notice that they have been ap
pointed ami commissioned as Uxccu
lors of tho l.'ist Will nnd Testament
of i;ili Scott Wilder, late of Hono
lulu, deceased. All persons owing the,
mlil t'sliilo nro hereby untitled to tnak"
payment to tho undersigned; nnd nil
persons holding claims against snld
oHtate nro herebv notified In nrosent
tho siiine. together with any vouchers
tlnrefor, properly authenticated, to
the undirMgnrd fit No. 1019 Pensncohi
street, Honolulu, within six months
from tint llrst publication of this no
tice, suih llrst publication lining dated
the SMIi day of May. 1912, or such
claims will be forever barred. Dated
this 2Mli day of May. 1912. WILLIAM
CIIACN'-KV WII.DIIH. I'UAUIsllH
I THOMAS WILDUIt, Hxeeutors of tho
1 Will of Kllra Scott Wilder, deceased
B247 May 2S. 29: Juno I. C. 8. 12. IS. 19
777 King St.
JOHN ABADIE, Prop.
make recommendations for tho aban
dnnment nt sotnn or thorn, It was re
ported toilny, will ho reported by tho
Secretary Moycr'a reforms In naval
fiilmlnlHtriitloti mirllriilnrlv w.l.i rnf.
ernnen In rralmlov. nm vlnlillni- .enl. At the meeting (if the Kuilllll lllilllll
lent results, ncenrdlnir In tlin rooonlu , Society, held yesterday afternoon 111
which nro piling up In the olllco of T.Kuwal.ihan .liurch, all the old olllcers,
.1. Cnwlo, paymaster general of the f the hul were re-elected fur the en-,
Navy. Tho paymaster general Is en- "lg yw. They are. Miss Lucy K
HiuslaBtlc over tho results shown. ! Peabndy, piesldent; Mrs. Maria Hoa
Commenting on theso, he said: . l11l. vlio-presldent; Mrs. Ihl1u.nl A.l-
"Cortalnly tho grcntcst rerorm Is tho ums, assistant treasurer; Mm Uihl
Installation ot tho cost of work ac-'lnhl Webb, socrutary; Miss race Ku
countlng Hvslom now In oniclont wnik-lh.mlll. usslstant secretary; Mrs. I.i-
lin- eno-llllrin In ..11 liwliiull-lnl Vn.-v 111! K All.llo. C'lli.lniU.II Of tl.C Islt-
yards. Tho old system resulted In Ing coinmltteo; Mis. Kllcn II. Dwight.iOtfico; 1412 Nuusnu 8t., cor. Vineyard
Olllco Mollis U to 12 a in, 7 to 8
p. in Sundays by appointment
ItcKldcncc r.0 N Vineyard Street,
near olllco TekiJiono 2C12; P, O. Ilox
139 Merchant Sfect
Dr. T. MITAMURA
wasto of time, labor, nnd mntnrlnl. uudltor: Mrs. Marin binltli, trusteo
and thoro wns hut llttlu oirnrt nmdol Tho membors of tho oxccutltti hoard
to fix tho cost of tho repairs for which of tho Hul consist ot Mrs Mary lleck-
tho Navy yards oxlst. Supervision ley. Mrs. Irene llnllnwu, Mrs. Alice
was moro or less lax, nnd under tho Colburn, Mrs. Kulal Parr, Mrs. Ahl
syBtem or accounting that prevailed It gall llupklus, Mrs. I.lnzlo Ulunahele.
was posslblo Tor wnrkmon to bo om- Mrs. Hiulllu Leal and Mrs. Deborah
ployed on work other than Hint ot tho, Kainunoulu
"Under tho present systom ovoryi A stuud npposril to woman suffrage
mun's tlmu Is accounted for and every was tukin ! the Uinernl Assembly or
hit of material Is kept uccurato track tho Northern Presbytirh.i. church,whtn
of. As a result, tho cost or ench Job that body refused to open the way to
Is dellnlloly known. This nlono has I'rcshj terlan pulpits for women can
dovolopod greater offleloney than wns illdulcs for the ministry
over posftlblo under the old system.
"In ateorduneo with tho directions the appropriations concerned for Hiiol.
of lho Secretary, tho geuoral store- nuautitles onlv hf supplies as aro act
keeping system, as existing nt Navy uallj needed for lho inajntcnnnco of Young lliillillng.
ynrus nuu sinuuus, 11ns ucon oxionneu cncli snips iiepartiueiu; too auoiiuuiug
In nil vrulsliig ships In louiiuIhsIuii or separnlo stocks or guppllcs In the
having pay olllcers regularly attach- ruslod) of other heads of ship depart
cd. Iinents, tho iqductlnii In vnluo of
"Tho principal objects of this sys stocks uecessnrll) carried aboard ship
torn are the consolidation of all sup and the elimination or wasto li) dete
idles aboard ship and tho coiiseipient ilniathm und obsolescence.
niuiiiiiiiiv ! ut rt-111 Amu Liiiwiii. li,.. I)i uti 1 1 itiviiinTttii t ( iiti I riir.lnru
maintaining ot a sluijlo stock or sup- has tesulted In Increased compollllon Japanese 1 rowsions and
pllos under thu cii8todrnbt"'tho shlii' for the Navy business nnd In lower General Merchandise
General storekeeper; tho charging to prlccB." INUUANU ST. NEAH KING STREET
IIICVf'I.K nUALKll and
PMItDIl, has mated to
180 KI.U 'STUIIKT
Itif-iitluu It-d Irunt, near
TENDERS, CONCRETC BRIDGE.
Tho Kauai Loan Punil Couinilsslnti
will receive bids until 12 o'clock noon
of July n, 1912, at LII1110, Kuiial, T. II.,
for the construction of u 100-foot Rein
forced Concrete (Ilrder llriilgii across
Kllaueit stream, at Kllauen, Kiiusl.
Plans, specltlcullons and particulars
will be furnished by the undersigned
upon application accompanied by 15.
J II MOrtACND,
Ihiglnecr for Ka11.1l Loan Fund C0111
mlsHlon I.lbue, Kniinl E2CO-0t
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of tho Honnkaa Lyceum on
Juno 29, A D 1912, at 7 30 p in., at
Honolulu Lyceum Honoknn, Hawaii.
WM J UICKAItD,
Secretary, llonokaa Lyceum.
M.'A. GUNST & CO. Aqents
Chas. R. Frazior
Phone 1871 122 Ktni' It.
Night and Day Phone, 132?
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