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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1912
Now on Sale!
Novv's your chance to get the
-uoy scour- ssnoe, ooys
inai worm laraous snoo
about whlch.vou have read
so raucll la the magazines.
It's making just as big a hit
In this town as It has made In
the bin cities. Boi s are "wild"
about them say they never
itavv anything like them lor
baseball, running, jumping
anu au outuoor sports
"Boy Scout" Shoe
Toughest. Ilshteit, moit
itDiiDi vervaar noa
inaae. uppers are
wear two totbrce
dinary aolei. Nolln
Idki. Coolest and
uooit healthful boy '
it u e ever
Tell your ra that "Dor Scoots" outwear
two to l lire pairs ol ordinary ehoee. Urlor
liha with you-tcll tilm v bay hit ilu,
Good-Luck Charm FREE
m Kvcnr pair ! genuine "Dor Scout"
Shoes hat a "Swastika' UoodLnck
Cbarm attached. It'a made of a apeclallv
prepared metal that looks like cold and It
always stays bright. It'a bitter than the
bfiturefn tha corner iml tnut Ann
nrl lrr tulnnnri f .ti if.... li.i. '.
...,. ... r-.um.im V umiivnt INUI
lletterbny your "Boy
ocuui - now ii you
uun i warn 10 wait un
til we seua lor more,
' huso tliey'ru sola
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WHEN IN NEED OF
f any deiorlption
PAPCR & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Street
CEO. O. QUILD Manager
Just press the cre-scont under
flu- thumb That's all that is
ii'iiulii il In fill tills pen.
Roadjuatments Without Chargo
Repairing of All Pens
A. B. Arleigh & Co.,
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
- "THE STORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
J. E. ROCHA
Elite Building - Hotel Street
M. A. GUNST & CO. Aqents
Hine toii bonks jail uuiit hiiiind,
ruling dune, or books made, xcuil them
In (he II ii 1 1 et I ii lob prliillng nnd
l" ""-'"'iteri COLOUt
SVC i. rJcX. Tin !
xofj V-GiJSv audi
LATE NEWS FROM
Road-Work Near Hilo Bad
Accident Averted De- j
mosthencs Happy. 1
(Riwclftl Bulletin Corrpaoondence.)
I lIl.O, Hawaii, .tune 17. The spark
of life is Htlll feebly glutting in tlio op-
cratlve section of the road department.
This was made manifest by the dtimii
lug of some mora boulderB on the
stretch of road from the baseball stand
to Wnlnkca during the week. A little
more "fixing" and the road will be Im
passable. New ohla planking haH aUo
been placed on the bridge leading to
I The fill that Is being made for the
new lumber yard goes steadily ahead
I every day. This will make a most do-
I slrable pleco of waterfront property.
I An auto coming In from tlio Volcano
last Wednesday had a close call to
figuring In what might have been a
serious accident. In rounding a sharp
curve about two miles from the Vol
cano House the auto came Into colli
sion with a four-mule team. Had tlio
driver of the team kept Ms head all)
would have been well, but he nwung
his leaders directly Into the auto, with
tho result that one of tlio mules wus
taken clear off IiIh feet. Luckily, the
damago reckoned up only a llttlo mulo
Lkln gono and u bent fender.
Demosthenes l.ycurgus was In Illlo
Sunday and. If possible, his smile was
a little more pleasant than usual. Tlio
, cause of all this was tlio btrtb of n
son to Ueorgo l.ycurgus In Sparta,
Greece, and Demosthenes was doing
the honors In n proper manner.
Tho pollco continue to mnku It "In
teresting" for nil loallng I-'illplnos uud
others who have a sneaking Idea they
may do about ns they pleusp. A num
ber wore rounded up last week for In-
FREE IF "T FAILS
Your Mnne) Hack If Von Are Not
SulMied Kith the Medicine
Wo nro so positive that our remedy
will permanently relieve constipation,
no matter how chronic It may be, that
we offer to furnish the medicine at our
expense should It fall to produce Bat
It Is worse than useless to attempt
to euro constipation with cathartic
drugs. Laxatives or cathartics do
much harm. They cause a reaction,
irritate, and weaken the bowels and
tend to mnko constipation mora chron
ic. Resides, their use becomes a habit
that Is dangerous.
Constipation Is caused by a Weak
lings nf the norms ntlil milHrlntt nf llin
I largo intestine or descending colon.
To expect permanent relief you must
therefore tone up and strengthen
these organs and restora them to
Wo want you to try ltcxall Orderlies
on our recommendation. They aro ex
ceedingly pleasant to take, being eat
en like candy, and nre Ideal for chil
dren, delicate persons, and old folks,
as well as for tha robust. They act
direction the nerves nnd muscles of
tho bowels. They apparently hnve a
neutral action on other nssoclato or
gaiiH or glands. They do not purge,
cause excessive looseness, nor creato
any inconvenience whatovcr. They
may bo taken at any time, day or
night. They will positively relievo
chronic or habitual constipation, If not
of surgical variety, and the myriads of
associate or dependent chronic ail
ments, if taken with regularity for u
leasouablo length of time, 12 tablets,
10 cents; :!('. tablets, 2.1 cents: 80 tub-
l lets, r0 cents. Sold In Honolulu only
i nt our store Tho Ucxall Store, Hen
soil. Smith k. Co., Fort and Hotel
l)r V ( Ilobdy gave nn Intensely
Mm Ileal uud Interesting "I'lrst Aid"
Ice lure In tbu students of Oiihu ':
Uku uud tho l'unahuu Pr-pur.itory
f-chool In Charles It Ulsliop Hall Ill's
illumine nt il o'clock, lining uno of the
pupils us n subject, Dr I lot, I v dem
onstrated liuw tlie hoys nnd -Iris cimM
handle nil the ordinary accidents liable
to occur during n Hummer's vacation
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 u ads best Iluslurss (Jet
IjuU'h gold - lummered open - faced
watch uud chain lit Liberty Theater,
rtndir please return to this olllte.
rURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Tim Kllte, opp Young Cafe
airy looms, lis up Hatha.
The Villa, 12iS9 Tort; Phone 200"i
lunul looms, (13 month
"Huston," next llljou Theater Open
nil night ('liters especially to ufter
tlieuter parties. B2GC-3m
Mutsuoku. 48 N Kukul; Tel 314i5 San
ltar inetliods Delng done. Clothes
sent fur uud dellytred.
John Hodrlgues, Miller, nr Punchbowl
Ktrlugtd lubtriimentH iipulrtd
We have Just received a new
line of ihoei built eipeeially for
growing girl. These shoes are
quite different "from any shown
before, for they combine the
style and "tnappinett" of the
latest Paris and New York mod
els with the most advanced hy
WHITE NU.BUCK BUTTON
TAN CALF BUTTON BOOT, 3.
BLACK VICI BUTTON BOOT,
King and Bethel Streets
UP TO CITIZEN
"I'eonlo must not get tho Idea that
Clean-Up Day means a day on which
they can have their house-cleaning
done by the public. I'verjbody shuuld
tnke pride In keeping his own placo
clean, and those who will not do so
should hnve the fiat made known, and
If possible compelled to do so."
Presfilcnt 11. von Datum of the Cen
tral Improvement Committee, and
head of the Clean-Up Day campaign,
thus defined the duties of citizens to
tho community In the matter of sanl
tat Ion. "When wo get a free-gnrbtign
service," ho continued, "a general
clean-up day may not he needed, If tho
Hoard of Health Inspectors do tlalr
duty, but In the meantime It Is prac
tically the only way that n great deal
of trash can be gotten rid of.
"What wo do not intend to do Is to
go into a mun h ard and cut'hls grasu.
trim his trees and hedges, gather up
his old tin cans nnd bottles. He Is ex
pected to do this himself except under
exceptional circumstances, wo are
going to try to cart all tho rubbish
away and dispose of It, and that
should bo about tho extent of our
work, asldo from Inspecting and see
ing that premises aro properly clean
ed." Tho Clenn-Dp Committed hopes to
do In one day what last J car required
a week or more to accomplish. A big
part of the efforts of tho committee
will be expended In getting rubbish re
moved promptly, and less In doing
work that prlvato citizens should per
ioral. Tho fund for this year Is
slightly larger thou the amount ex
pended last year, but It will bo mnro
largel) used In hiring carts than In
Implements and laboiers.
Boy Scouts to Front,
Scout Commander J. A. Wilder has
notified Willis T. Popo, chairman or
the Committee on Scouts and Itlc) clu
Messengers, that one patrol of Scouts,
numbering about twenty boys, will bo
ready for duty all day on Thursday.
They will report to Cleau-Up head
ttuuiters, comer of Merchant and Alu
kea streets, at 7 a. m to Mr. Pope,
who will bo on duty also during tho
day. Tlio hos will then be assigned
to the different districts where they
will serve as massongers, or In some
Instances probably as Inspectors. I lo
calise the scoutmaster of ouu of the
patrols docs not approvo of clcan-ii
work, that patrol, It Is undci stood,
will not bo on hand.
Schools Will Clean Up.
While Thursday will bo a legul hall
day all over tho Territory, Superlu
tendent Popo of tho Department of
Public Instruction states that In most
of the schools It Is likely that most ol
I tho day will bo devoted lu cleaning up
auout tlio school premises. To various
inquiries ho hns made suggestions
along this line. "I feel," said Mr.
Pope, "that tint day should not be
considered In tho light of a holiday. In
the sun so that no work should be
iiuiiu. i jiu mi nun nvi uiui k lur u
definite purpose, uud tho schools, I be
lieve, should observe the spirit of this
object us far as possible. A lesson lu
civic cleanliness should bo impressed
upon tho children."
"Chill" I Denied.
Will J. Cooper, secretary of tho
committee, said this morning that lie
docs not believe tho lommltlc-e feels
rneurly so lugubrious over "lark of
public enthusiasm" as was reported
lu tho morning paper.
"We bavo money In hand to do tha
work, and A ill not need tills year bo
many men and teams ns last )ear,'
ho said. "Of course wo want to stir
up all tho public support possible, but
wo aro not changing our original plans
much except In the way of refusing to
clean up prlvato promises to the, ex
tent that was dono before."
Tho Supremo Court yesterday de
nied a motion to strike tho papers of
appeal from the tiles in tho wator
rights case of tho Kuucoha ltancb
Company ngalnst the Knueohe Itlc f
Mill Company. Tho appellants weie
given n month lu which to complete
the transcript of evldenco taken lu
the Clicult Court.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307, 1
Curios from all over tho world at tho I
Sheriff Jnrrett yesterday appointed
J. Cray a mounted ofllccr.
It goes without saying that every
thing Is Best at The Encore
Special prices on potteries nnd
brasses. Arts und Cratts Shop.
Tho Owl Cigar Is the best live cent
cigar on the market. Ask your deal
er. Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wanted Two more passengers for
around-the-lslaud at $C. Lewis
Stables nnd Oarage Tel. 2141.
It you want a good job done on an
auto or carringo take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co . 427 Queen SL
Ono million cases of pineapples Is
I ho estimate put on this ear's output
In the Islands by James D. Dole.
Did you ever try the Dxpert Hat
Cleaners on I-'ort street with a soiled
bat. Satisfaction Is guaranteed
lllcvcle Sniinlles nun tli-nalrlm?. Hov-
al Navy Illcyclcs. 45, Kasy tonus. I
Dowsou Ilros., Smith end Hotel Sts.
Pineapple soda and Illro's Hoot Peer
- excellent summer drinks ore bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Works.
For an auto call up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phone 2511.
Soven-seatcd Pope-Hartford, No. j2't.
Years nf uso in ihe Islands has dem
onstrated the superiority of Htiberold
Itoollng. Sold by Lew era & Cooke,
177 So. King street.
The Klrat Trust Company of llllo
has Hold the Kulhcuul tract, which has
been cut up into lots and was eagerly
tnkeu by purchasers
Madamo Jean Abadlo of the, Trench
Uiundry has returned and will give
her personal utteiillou to tho dry
cleaning of ludles' garments.
Judge Whitney him accepted tho In
vltatlon nf tho I'mirth of July commit
tee of Illlo to deliver the million In
that city nn Independence! Day.
Ilrlng 10 (J recti Slumps and one dol
lar nnd got a complete Hoy Scout suit
for vacation. 0 recti Stamp Store,
tleretanla and Port streets.
Krcd. Inuken, son of Col. C. P. Inn
Iron, has been nppolnted by Sheriff
Jarrclt as tiirnke) In the police sin
tlon. laukea succeeds Jack Weday.
Stationery for personal correspond
ence In new finishes and shapes. Wed
ding stationery that Is entirely new.
Hawaiian Kevvs Co., Alex Young build
ing. Seats nre on sale for Kvu M)lott
Song Hecltal In the Dp-ra House Moti
da) evening, Jutiu 17th, at tho Pro
motion Hooins, Young building. Phone
Thoro will ho a regular meeting of
tho Kxccuttvo Committee of the Civic
Federation of Honolulu nt the Public
Service Association rooms at 4 o'clock
Turnkey Jack Wedny, who was un
til recently harbor pollen olllcer. Is no
longer connected with tho Pollco De
pnrtment. He resigned bis position a
few days ago.
The regular bimonthly meeting of
tho members of tho Chamber of Com
merco will be held nt tho rooms In tho
Stnugenuald building nt I! o'clock to
Wo will recelvo by the Honolulaii
tomorrow n shipment of fresh Califor
nia KrullB and Vegetables and "Purl
tan" Creamery llutter llenrj May k
Co., Ltd. 'lelephotie 1271.
Tho olllce of tho Wireless Is open
on week-das from seven lu.tbo inoin
lug to live thirty In Hie afternoon nn I
on Sunday mornings from S until 10
Messages for shlpH at sea may be sent
up to 11 every night.
Deputy Sheriff Chns. II. llosn will
not go to Palmyra Island, nccordluvt
to tha older of Judge Cooper of tbu
I'irst ludliial Clicult Hose will post
notices for Torrens Title In eouspleu
oils places In Honolulu.
Ueorgo McDougull, formerly n con
(rnctor of Honolulu, was declared u
bankrupt uslcrdny by Judgo Clem
ons, sitting ns refcreo In bankruptcy
MrDouguH's assets are set at $1!I20,
and his liabilities at U32.42.
There will bo a meeting of tho St.
Clement's branch of tho Women's Aux
lllary promptly nt 3 o'clock this after
noon at the homo of Mrs II, McKay
Harrison at Kaplolaul Park. All wo
men of St. Clement's Church are In
Auto trips around tho Island will bo
mudo every Wednesday and l'rlday by
the City Auto Stand cars; aulos leave
stand at !l a. m. and return about
p. m. Threo cars will bo placed on
run If requited, Ilntes JI.Mi a passen
ger. Those desiring to mnko trip nre
requested to omo and book. City
Auto Stand. Phono Ib.CI or 117'J,
Though prlvato cnbles from the Na
tlonal capital Indicate that the Jl.r.li'J.J
uuii iionu issiio sought by tbn Tcrritoiy
has been upproved by tho Picsldcnt,
tbu Acting Covernor lus jet received
no confirmation from (lovernor I-'rear,
who pleaded tho Terrltoo's cause be
fore Tuft. That thcro will bo no dim
culty lu gaining tho executive approv
al hns been Indicated, however. In
Prear's cable to Mott-Smlth, Just pi lor
to tbu former's departure from Wash
iugtoii, when liu wired that "all Is
ONLY SIX TAX APPEALS
TO BE HEARD ON OAHU
Only six tax appeals remain of tho
n.-,, tiiKieiii, w tHiiitieej eeciee ill luu
district of O.ihll. all the others having
be.cn tattled ley ngreeuients between
the tax iissvsxoi, tlio Territorial Ire-as-"
lire r anil the prnpert) oh mis. It was'
muml ji-steuhi) that only tlio appeal I
of Mary Itooke, set Tor that date, was I
still pending, and that was continued
to June 29, because of the absence
er one or tlio attorneys I
Tin- other appeals now set for hear
ing ale II P Itlshop IMatc. .Mnuclav
June Jl. at 2 P. in , Mrs i: c Jnd.1
und I'. M Suanzj. June 2C; the Mc
Canilli-ss lliilldlng I'otnpalij's propirte ,
on llellul and King stiiets. June .'7,
mid the John II Hslute, Ltd, June .'8
ut J p. in
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
and regular bniahes in new
New finithes and ahapes in
Let us mail you a sample
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
NEW - TO-DAY,
CARD OF THANKS.
The relatives of the late .1 tin S
I. cm wish lo thank their mam mends
vvtto Kent flowers nnd Uncle ml aid
mid HMiipathy In thtlr recent beu-avc
mint . It
The Honolulu (las Company Ltd
will consider tendeis fur digging and
baiklllllng alio lit 40,000 feet, more or
less, of trenth. Also separate) ttncleiri
will lie considered or laliig -1 0,000
feet, more- e,r le-ss, of vnrluus sies of
Iron pipe, from l'j Indies to 4 Inches.
SM-e.llUattoiiK may be obtulueil nt
the utile e- of tin- company. Alal.cli and
ll-re tinil.i streets S.'CC-lw
Ewa Plantation Company.
The Muelt lionks of Dwii Plantation
1'oiiip.iny wNII fee eliised tee transfers.
W-elni(ela, June 1) 1!H. ut 1
o i lock noon, to Satiird.ij, June 2'J,
t ii. Pimm:.
Treasurer. i:wu Plantation I'oinpuny.
Honolulu, June- is. lull'.
A special meeting of Mstle Iodgo
No. 2, K. of P, will bo hehl nt their
hall, corner llcrctnnla and Port
streets, this evening nt 7 W o'clock
for tho purpose of conferring the three
ranks. All Knights aro invited to at
On Friday Morning
We Will Place On
1 Case, 60 Dozen,
PURE SILK HOSE
T H ( If II
The Hawaii Promotion Committee
will continue to receive monthly as
sistance ut the bunds of the City und
County of Honolulu to the tune of
$2r,u u month, during the lire of the
present board of Supervisors, If tin
sentiment evpressed at a meeting of
tliu city fathers assembled last e- cu
ing ut a discussion of the future ap
pioprliitlou hill can be counted upon
us u criterion.
The board expects a reply from Sec
retaiy Wooel lu legard to the- resolu
tion of remonstrance uncut the al
leged Inharmonious attitude of Walter
(llfford Smith, the ncwlv appointed
traveling publicity ugent, towards Ha
"Tlio vote taken upon the resolu-
Heavy Garter Lisle Tops .
Fetched an Extra
Circle Swing Derrick
Ring Up-Then Hoist Up
Geo. H. Paris,
Machinery Sales Agent
tlon, censuring Smith which put-seel
hv a mnjorltv vote' of the board at lis
lust uu-etlnH does In mi way Indicate'
that the inclntielH pioposc to le-j.-tKt.ite-the
Pieimutieiii Committee out of Its
legulur donation, so Insisted a Sup
ervisor, pi eminent In the nff.iirs of
the Wiik mid Means Committee)
"The hoard ns u majority had Its
iliiTeience of opinion with IMItor
Smith of the Star, mid is therefore
not Inclined to quarrel or show ani
mosity toward the Promotion Commit
tee, us long as that hod Is pledged
to favor ii square deal through Its
paid publicity representatives
While there was considerable ells
c ussliin brought In the front uud cen
ter when the matter of continuance of
the promotion donation was broached,
practically nil members believed that
for the best Interests of the commiin
1( flic, tiiiiirimrliitfeill eif Srtl) Hlifiiilil
'be allowed to stand, In view of the
fact that Smith, under his own (Sig
nature, bus promlked to tieat Hawaii-
' mis fulrl) In his mainland propa