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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1912.
Tho Navy will lie fin hand In hcln
Honolulu cclclirnta I ho glorious Pmirlh'
In proper st)Io. for nna Bhlp of tho
Pacific (loci hns llmcil Us return In
Ilia Count Ko ns In lip lirro for tho Na-i
tlonnl-blrthdny ecleliintlon. I
This morning a calilo was received
nt llio Nnvnl Slat Ion from tho (lovern
rr of (luatn, stating that tho cruller
Colorado left lliero cstcrday for this
port. According In tnrciilntlnnS. she'
will ho l;i nlmut .Inly 2, nod will lay
ocr for Hovcral days coaling licfnrc
making tho last log of tho run In tho
Iirctncrlnn Navy ynid. This will glvo
tho crew shoro liberty for tho I'ourlli,
and will adil Homo SOU men to tho.
tlty'B pleasure seekers for tno oica
Blon. Tho shin will of course ho dress
cil. and wllf tiro Iho National salute. I
Tho Cnlnrndn left )estcrdny at 2
o'clock, but nuordliiK to Iho dllTcrenro
In time sho left on Tuesday, tho 18th,
hj tho (lunin calendar. In oilier words
she left n day before sho ntarlcd. Cap
lain William A. (Jill Is In lomiimiid of
the Colorado. Mia. (Jill, and her daiigh
ter Miss llucklcy, arc now In llonnlii-.
Tho Colorado's hollers havo been In
had Bhapo for somo tlmo past, nml sho
will probably havo lo Inko on ir.oti
tout of coal to complete Ilia vojnso.
HAVE 20 DAYS
Men not already citizens of tlio
United States who have partially ful-l
filled Iho enfranchisement require
ments and deslro to vote at tho next
general election, on November fl,'
should lllo their petitions for nntiirall-1
jatlon at once.
Such Is the ndvlco of United Stnlcs
District Court Clerk A. H. Murphv.
who says that tho petition must ho
Mod nt lennt 190 ilnvi linr,.m nln, tlnn
To obtain tho petition, iho applicant
must havo resided In tho United States
fle venra and must havo declared his
Intention lo become n cltlren two
J ears prior to application for petition.
Murphy sayg tho final papers can
not ho taken out until ninety days aft
er tho petition has been filed, and thai
tho llnal papers must ho filed at least
thirty rtnvs beforo tho now citizen can
oto at tho polls.
On these figures, tho applicants
rave only twenty days inoro In which
lo lllo their petitions lor nnturallza
This moraine at 11 n clock tho first
grndo began the closing exercises o
tho jear at tho I'linnliou I'reparalory
School with their first 'promotion
tin)" In tho now building.
At I o'clock tho graduating class ol
forl-lln membcni held Its class day
exercises on tho college campus, David
Wlthlngtnii read Iho class history,
Ilulh Slacker recited a humorous se
lection, and Iho clnss planted Its clasi
Commencement exercises will begin
nt 9 30 sharp tomorrow moraine In
Charles II. Illihop Hall All parents
and friends aro cordially Invllcd, Two
t.nlipio numbers on the program will
be tho original nionologuo entitled
"lllnks," by draco .lohnslon, and a
paper on "Divers nnd Diving," by Da
vid Wllhlnglon. Iho laller will uso
tho moddel of a diver niado by himself
to Illustrate his paper.
'llio graduating class of I'unnbnii
Preparatory School this year Is as follows-
Wlllard Clinton Aides, (leorgo
Herbert Culler llromley, Donald Stono
Hrovvn. Madclelno Campbell liurnottc,
Archibald Campbell, Plorcnco Clinl
lifers, Mlldied Clinpln, l'crrln Orecn
Kllswnrlh, Kenneth 1'lkc llninry. Ituth
rnrrlnglnn, I.llllan Cordon (lardlner,
lllennor Cnrlley, Cordon Alec (llbb,
Ilalph Uushton (llrdlcr, Oliubs Stans
Held Hnlstcad, Itobcrt Knnchnllua
llccn, Grace Delphlno Johnston, Nil
ong tail, Yut Yueng I.au, Dora Mil
Bale, Mln llln 'oiin M, Gcorgo Nor-'
ton 1.1 nd ley, Ollo Douglas Lindsay,
Kwal Shoon Lung, Kwa Koon Lung,
CInrcnco Scott Poster McVane. Ma
rlo Kathcrlno McVeigh, Urnest Cninp
bell Molt-Smlth, (leorgo Clarence Mur
rny, William Meyer Mutch, Mary Stu
art llcntnii, Kallo Gibson Slngloliiirst,
flinry inossom smith, Arthur William
Sonic. Ituth Wnyson Slacker, Louis
Pranklln Stephens, Kinlly Myrtlo Tay
lor, Thurston Webster Taylor, Lorrln
Potter Thurston, John Pnty Van Vnlk
enburg. James Gordon Wnkclleld, Nell
.Martinique Walker, Ilalph Goodwin
Williams, Frank Ccdrlc Winter, David
A Common Symptom Which In
dicates Lack of Blood.
Talo, Fallow complexion, can that
seem almost transparent, lips almost
white theso am outward signs of ame
nds, or lack of blooI.
The patient probably has a slight
cough, complains of liclng easily tired
and Ii troubled with palpitation of tho
There Is ono remedy for this condi
tion inoro blood. Illood Is made from
tho food wo eat but In this condition It
is not mado as fat as needed Dr.
Williams' Pink P1II1 double the Mood
making value of Iho food niidarothere
foro a ponerul agency In building up
Mrs. D. Clando Mntheny, of V.Minn,
Wash., who was permanently cured by
Dr. Williams' Pink PiU,pajs-
"When 1 was seventeen years of age.
I became oflllrtcd with amcmla. I had
to leavo school and could not walk any
distance without being short of hreath.
I had terrible, dull headaches which
mado mo sick to inyMomnch I didn't
havo much ol an appctito and was cry
pato. Thodoctorpronoimrod my trouble
antrmia out iiki nni iieip I
Finally mv father decided U
try Dr. W'illiams' Pink Pills.
Utile chango In stock prices hut
homnwhat more activity off tho boird
was tho record on the market today,
with Olaa nnd Pioneer le.idlng In tho
Biles and Oiilm Sugar Fairly active
Two blockB of Olaa nt 300 each
wero fold between boards, nt $7.r0,
tho price prevailing Tor sometime.
Pioneer has dropped half n point nnd
Is now at $31.
Tho bcsbIoii sales wore vory small.
Twenty Hharcfl of O.ihu went at
$-8 2G, fifteen moro nt the sumo flg
uro and flvo of Pnln of $212.fi0.
if to havo mo
lll. Tlie Kills
helped mo at once, gi"ing mo strength
and color. I have been In good health
sinco and recommend Dr. Williams'
link Pills In roses of ans-mln."
Pirns, red blood has well been called
tho vital principal ol llfo for upon Itlho
tissues of tho body live. It goes to
practically every part of tho liody,
carrying nourishment and oxygen, tak
ing up tho ws'tcs Rtiilporhangingtbrtn
that they can lie cast out of the system.
Men and women who am run down,
will find Dr. Williams' Pink Villi the
Isist tonic for their condition Imonino
theso pills ore l certain blood-builder
and purifier. They enable tho blond to
meet tho unusual demands of tho body
and givo perfect health.
Dr. Wrtllams' Pink Pills have alo
cured rheumatism, after-circcts of the
grip and lovers and siu h nerv oils diseases
as neuralgia, nervous headache, dlrri
ness, Bt. Vitus' ilanro and even partial
paralysis and locomotor ataxia.
A booklet of valuable Information, en
titled "Ilullding Uptholilood," will be
sent free to any person IntcreMod
Dr. AVilliams' Pink Pills nre bjM by
all druggists or will bo sent, potpald,
on receipt of price, 60 rents Hrlox; six
boxes for $2..'0 by the Dr. Williams
Mcdiclno Company, Schenectady, X Y.
Clothes that satisfy, This
is the only kind wc handle,
vc do not patronize houses
who manufacture clothing
that simply look good for a
day or so; but a line that is
sold on it's merits, is the
only kind that can be found
in this store.
Others may circulate papers but (ho
llulletin Is admitted lo hum (ho
fmporter Fort St
Boston Block, Second Floor
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club SUMat Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
0CAUTITIE8 IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Juit received by 8. S. Sierra, the
very latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITSi alio ONE- PIECE
LINEN DRESSE8 and LINGERIE
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hate
(Continued Irom Psge 1)
l.ovv believed that tho municipality
an effect n saving of about ten thou-
tnnd dollars by calling for tenders i
irom other contractors.
Some Salaries Will Be Raised.
There are n fovv City and County
ofllclals who aro to bo given a ralso In
milnrles. In tho City nnd County At
torney's Department, Plrst Deputy At
lorney I'rcd. Milvcrton nnd Second
Deputy A. M. Ilrnvvn aro slated for a
Mibstantlal Increase. When this mat
ter was brought up In mucus It was
pointed out that tho Clt and County
Attornc.v's Department wns ono of tho
several braiiLhcfl of tho municipal scr
lto that had not prominently figured
In municipal munificence, so far as the
boosting of salaries was concerned.
Clt and County Kuglnccr Lou
Whllehouso has friends on Iho Hoard
also who Insist that ho Is entitled to
n ralso In monthly Btlpcnd. Tho
Whltehouso snlnry will probably bo In
i hided In Iho list of Increases, ih will
nlso Iho monthly wngo of Iload Super
"All IncreiiHo In sv alary proposed
will not total much over f2."i0 a
mouth," said ono member of tho
nntnmologlst Khrhorn'8 report to
tho Hoard of Agriculture nnd Torostry
this morning showed that a dangerous
cargo was Intercepted during tho
month of May Ho saH
Bugnr-Cane. On May 11, tho Amer
ican I Inwallnu 8. S. Company's -am-cr
Columbian brought a largo iaso of
sugar cano and IB cases of soil from
fallna Crux. This wns consigned to
Theo. II. Davles & Co, of Honolulu.
Wo wero unalilo to locate tho p'-Hj-inent
and received tho report II a' It
was a short shipment and woul' uroli
ably arrive on tho next vessel. Hivv.
over. It seems that tho shipment was
on tho vessel nnd was taken to Kahu
lul, Mnui, and unloaded Micro and then
nought back to Honolulu by tha
Clnuillnc. Wo wore notified about the
shipment through tho customhouse:
nnd after entry was mado wo look pos
fccsslon of tho shipment. Tho gnosis
wero notified nnd told of tho law ro-
Canlllli; sol nnrl ninrnr raim an, I l
then hauled Iho sixteen boxes to tho
incinerator and remained thoro until
Iho Inst of thorn wns burned. Wo un
derstand tllllt I llln Itllllimnnt urna unnf
horo for analysis and that tho II. S.
i. a. uxpcrimoni Htntlnn wero to bo
nsked to perform tho work. I bollovo
that Should Kuril lm llin ffiun It tini.l.l
havo been n very dangerous undertak
ing on account or tno possibility of In
troduclng somo dlscnso Into tho sta
tion trrmmrla Wlinrn t.lftlftrlnl fnn n.rM..
" "i "...u ii...(u,,n, tut UVUIJ
P'antntlnn In tlieso Islands Is propagn-
ivuj uunovor, as mo matter now
BtnndH, the danger has bcon removed
by tho dnhtrilr.ttnn of tlm riiitiip .a,..
an vvoll uk the soil.
Tho Hoy Stouts have been ordered
to ralmrl TlllirHflnv ntnrnlni. ut fi
o'clock at tho lieadquartcrH of tho
i.ican-up nay (ampaign in tho Ma
goon building for duty as messengers,
InsnectnrR nr nllinr ftntnlla 4l.nl mnv
bo found necessary as a part of tho
A NEW LIGHT
Acting Chief of Detei lives Ki licit
Huvv a new light last night When ho
and his men entered a house wlicro
Chinese giiniblerH were liiiiy pliilug
seven-eleven, behold I there was noevl.
deuce of money The tnblo iirniilid
whlth the pluers sat was loaded with
doinlnos, himever, nnd Kcllett lould
nut do mi) thing with them
Hut Kcllett placed tho Celeitl.iN un
der arrest nnd m.irclicil them down to
the polke htntlon for disturbing the
unlet of tlie night This morning Ah
Kn, inn- of tlje four defindniits, for
feited his bill mono of ten dollars,
nnd the rest will appenr before Judge
Mnnsurrut tomorrow morning
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
CITY MUST USE
POLICE ON 411
Itlnipcl Sckl)n, charged with ns- Kaalkaiiln (w ). well known lo tin 'I he Mnison NnvlgnMon s'enmrr ll
snult and bnttery. nnd threats, had) police, wns arreted Inst nlitlit for as ' nilr-H vvlih laigo fur the llnwalHn ltd
Iho enscs against him stricken from tault and bnttery This iiiornlug she nnds. Is reporud to hnvc rnlled from
Iho calendar Mrs. Sekljn, the com was trlctl before ludgc Moiistirrnt audU'au rramli'in for Honolulu by tho
plnluant, did not want lo prosccutu lentcuccd to three uiontliH' imprison Ivvnv rf Seattle the veiscl Is due to
hei husband. inent. . arrive nt Seiinle todnv
It's up lo Honolulu to keep order
for Itself nt the military sports at Ka
ptolanl l'ark tho morning of tho
fourth. I'nclo Hani's soldiers will
provide tho entertainment, which
promises to bo first-class nnd to hnvo
tho added value of novelty hero, but
they will not net as policemen as well,
nnd If tho course Is overrun, thereby
rndnngcrlng tho lives of spoliators.
tho exhibition will ho ordered slopped
This morning tho order directing
tho two troops of cnvnlrj nnd ono hnt
Icry of field artillery to march from'
Lcllohun was framed at depart mentl
).ontctmrters. Tho detachment, whlih
lb to bo commanded (y Major John M.I
Jenkins, Gth Cavalry, ami which will
liicludo Troops A nnd I), under Cap
tain I'nrsythc and Lieutenant Wlniiln
respectively, nnd ono battery of ho
1st Field Artillery, to ho designated
later, will leavo Schodeld early on tho
morning of tho Sud, nrrlvlng nt llio
camping-ground nt Kaplnlanl Park
nhoiit noon This will glvo Iho sol
diers a full day to set up their hurdles
and get ready for their clilldtlou
JAMi:a A RATI I, bond worker at
tho I'alnmn Settlement, Is recovering
from nn Indisposition
L. A. THURSTON Is booked lor pns
Hago on tiro Cnnndlnn-Austrnllan liner
f.ealantlla on a business trip to tho
D. i: MI:TZGI:R, chairman of tho
Hoard of Ta Appeals for the district
of Hawaii, Is a business visitor In Ho
W. A. HARDY, n contractor of this
ilty. Is now engaged In supervising tho
work in connection with tho construc
tion of tho big electric lighting plant
on the Cnrdcn Island
ASSISTANT ATTfillNCY nP.NKIl-
AL, ARTHIJII O. SMITH left today for!nro "10 vcr mlualilo business Indexes
V.alluku to represent tho Territory In "" "iuess inrecinry. i no popuia
tho tax nppenl cases to bo heard thciu
during tho next few dajs,
DR. Oi:OHOK W. McCOY, hend of
tho mnsqutlo cnmpalgn department of
tha Hoard of Health, today filed ap
plication for a llccnso trt prnctlso mcd
iclno and surgery In tho Territory.
DOCTOR DintNHY. Government
physician of Koolnuloa and tho Knhu
ki pluntnllnn. Is In heenmo tho head
of tho county farm and sanatorium of
Maul at Kula within tho month. Ho
probably will remain on tho staff of
tho board of Health.
FIRST INFANTRY BAND.
Concert Wednesday, Juno 19th
P. m., nt Tort Shaftcr:
March: Tho Iron King St. Clnlr
Overture II C.unrnny Ciomer.
Wnltz. Los Angeles Codfroy
ling: That Hindu Rag Cobb
Selection: The Thrco Twins. .Ilcmchna
Sulto Hspagnnllo' La I'orln. . .I.ncomo
Director Chief Musician J. Kcltrl
Mntcrlal evidence of the growth of
Honolulu is cnntnlncd In the 1912 1)1
rectory of Hawaii, Just Issued by tho
I'lilk-llusted Director) Compnn)
Tho book contains lilt! pages, of
Willi h tits nre devoted to Honolulu res
IdentH nnd linns Hawaii lakes up l!U
pages, Maul H2, Knual Ml and Mnlnkal,
I .until and Knhonlnwu eight. Tlient
Hon of tho Islands Is given ns 191,'JliD,
nnd of Honolulu ns 81,993.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
OF ARMY BILL WILL
There tiro hi. ink looks and long
fates among army men today, over tint
news Hint the army appropriation bill
litis bom vetoed b) tho President Not
sinco tho curly eighties, when tbu Mime
condition iif iiffultM prevailed, bus the
uriii) luiii f.aed vvltli the prohUm of
stiHpi'tidiil pi), mid Hit re lire fen In
llavvull who liavu thut cxpirknce to
full lituk on
Unless Congress modules tho bill bo
fori, iidjourniiifiit. or (tills it speclnl
sihhIoii to iniiko provision for the sol
iIIiih' puj, u serious tiiiidltiou will
'"I lm inllstetl nun who tire innrrlrd
will be fur worse off than the (otuiuls-
jKlouid oilkirH," said an ullUir ut hitiil.
qiiurtirN this lunriiliig "The post nun-
tiiumlsHllnntil stall olllctrs, for In
stiince, urn rtitlur iiicoumgid to bo
ftiiull) mill, spuhil arningeimiits lin
ing in. ulo for their transportation and
good tiuiirttrs being supplhtl Tll(k
nun haven't tin- stitiie futilities for su
turing a limn In no of glint neid us
thu ollkirs have, and 1 1 1 i-v would I
"Schliltf in Brown Bottles" lins n
nill, hue flavor wlucn onngs to you
tlie taste of the barley and tlie lioJ).s.
It has the sbarlde
a perfect yeast.
1 ne freedom from
It does not cause biliousness or fer
ment in your stojrmcn, ns il is jro)erly
aged before leaving tnc brewery.
The Brown Bottle insures
absolute protection against the
daiuaging eHects of light.
' in, f-l El -I
and life clue to ).'1T13&Z' J W.
JMp Honolulu. Hawaii S0m$3&ffl
jwiy i&fiflP0 wzprny'
Desiring moro tlmo In tho prepara
Hon of his Instructions to tho Jury,
I'ederal Judgo Dolo has postponed
llnal action In tho Mnhukabllo caso
until tomorrow' mnrnlni: nt S.llft
o'tlock, Tho Jury will bo Hitmnionedl very huril hit li the dtluy of u couple
in tnnt iinur anti tnu iinat arguments or inonths' ps "
of counhol and Instructions of thoj Anotlur iiuestlon has come up, which I
court will bo heard. (Is being given sirlous consideration)
Appearing as a substitute for a Local produce linns bid from moutli
friend In court Is a dangerous thing! to month on staple supplies for the.
whon Acting Chief of Detectives Kcl troops lure, and If. heuiuso tlurc was
lett Is around. This la what actually no money to pay the hilts, the firms
happened this morning In Police1 should refuse to bid. tho arm) would
Court, when Sakamoto, Japaneso, rcp-ho out of grub us well us out of mln I
rebented himself as Arakawa, ono of The famous lomnmnder who mi Id tint
tho Japunoso plnccd imdor arrest last an arm) marched on Its belly, might
tho Japanese, placed under arrest last havo applied the same sage oUmu- I
night for being present at a gambling Hon to tlie uriny In time of peace nnd '
ot i ' 1 1 ij'iiiiifca
game, was held
tempt of court.
for con- pteut)
(?) shuuld this condition occur
That Made Milwaukee Famous.
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