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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV H., WEDNESDAY, JUN.E 19, 1912.
Now on Sale!
How's your chance to pet the,
"Boy Scout" Shoe, boys!
that world (a mo no shoo (J
about which vou have resd
to much In Iho mflrntn,i.
It's making Just as big- a hit
In this tow u as it has made In
Iheblgcltlcs. Hoys aro "wild"
about them say they ncveT
saw cnythlng lll.e ihcra for
biKchall, running, Jumping
and all outdoor reports.
"Boy Scout" Shoe
TcpictwHt, lightest, moil
toft mi elovet. Holes
wr two tothree
llmeifttlooff at or
inn. ooieic ana
Ay v mot
. Tt".?" f,,h nny Seoul." ontwt.r
Mm with you-teli him vr bivo hit il,
Good-Luck Charm FREE
EMI'tlr of tcnolnii "Dor Scout"
Shoei hni "Swanllks" Good-Luck
Charm sttsched. It', mndo ot a t twcl.llr
prepared tncl.l lhat looks IlVe coldarid ft
,V,.V,.,,,,brl:h, u'i Wre'r thn thi
Orlza (or vlnnorc nf ri IT ....... .-. , ,
-,:, --- "WMiuiiimii wt
Defter bar yonrMRor
Scouts" now If you
uon i warn io wail Un-
iii wo sena lor more,
M they're ffOlnr
awfully fait. (13)
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any daaorlptivr
PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Qut.n Strati
0E0. Q. QUILD Manager
Just press tho crescent under
the thumb. That's all that Is
required to fill this pen.
of All Pens
A. B. Arleigh & Co.,
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
J. E. ROCHA
4ft fi Makes
LOCAL AND GENERAL
safe with it.
Wc era tdklna cfiout Aycr8
Hair Yfcor. Ju:t note that word
Ycu arc perfectly
No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly docs. Stops
falling Hair, loo. Rcmcmber.it's
"AycrV wc arc talking about
Aik ycur doctor about your hair
doctor and "Aycr's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
about AycVs Hair Vigor.
his approval;' 'Your own
r...i fcv n,t i. c. am k C l.w.n, a'
U. J. HOI88F,, a local pressman, left
on tho Zoalandla for tho mainland.
Kdwnrd Hopkins nf 'the county and
llor'a oltlcc, returned today from tho
MRS. W K. GHAIIAM left-for tho
Coast this morning. Sho Intends to
study nt tho Hcrkcley summer school.
MA.IOII AND MRS. W, A. I'UHDY
returned to this city this morning an
passengers In tho Matson Navigation
PORTUGUKSK CONSU CANAVAIl-
HO greeted his son, who returned this
morning from San Francisco, where
ho hni been attending college.
KRNKST KAAI. leader ot tho Knn'l
orchestra, who accompanied the local
Hhrlncrs to the Stntcs, was among tho
passengers who arrived today In tho
COLLKCTOn OF 1NTKHNAI. RHV
KNUE CI IAS. A. COTTRILI. was pros-
cnt at tho Hackfcld wharf thIS morn
ing when tho Honolulan arrived from
For a hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from all over tho world at fhe
It (toes without saying that every
thins; Is Hes' at The Knrnre
Special prices on potteries and.
brasses. Arts and Gratis Shop.
The Underwood Typewiiter Visible
none bettor. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Tho Promotion Commltteo Is en
larging lis territory covered constant-'!
ly by literature.
Tho Metropolitan Meat Market will
close nt noon tomorrow, only onu de
livery being mndo.
I Wanted Two more passengers 'or
aroiind-the-lsland at $H 'ils
Stables and UnrnRo. Tel 2MI
l If you want a Kimd Jnl dour on an
auto or carriage lakp it to Hawaiian
Harrlsge Mfg Co.. 427 Qn.en fit
llleyclo Supplies and Repairing. Hoy
bI Navy Ulcyctes. $1.1. Kasy terms.
Uowson Ilros., Smllh r.nd Hotel Sis.
I Plnenpplo soda and lllro's Root Ilecr
-excellent summer drinks aro bot
tled hy the Consolidated Soda Weeks.
1 Phono 2171.
I For an antn call up Jon Snntnn at
I Young Automobile Bland, Phone 2111,
1 Sovcn-sratod Popc-llartford, No. 929.
Ilrlng 10 firrcn Rtnmps and ono dol
lar and got a complete Hoy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
iHcrclai'la and Fort, streets.
I Tho regulnr bt-inonthly meeting nf
I ho members of the Honolulu Cham
ber of Commcrco Ik held at I ho rnomn
of tho Chamber, iStangcuwuld. build
ing, loday at 3 p." in,
llcnriqucs Sllynl Chas, Andcrtdn,
Kronl Nanoua and John Rouzn, were
arrested yesterday for aKsault and
battery. Anderson "was lined llfiecn
dollars and costs of court.
Oh )l)o chnrgo nt vlolnlinu, Ihn I'd
miinds Act.' Uavld il'aln and Mllekn
Kckalui wero arrested yeslerdny aft
ernoon. When token heforo tho Hni
led States Commissioner they wnlvcd
University Glut) members will hnvo
nn Informal nvcnlng at I ho cluhhoiiRo
on the evening of July 3. Ilho First
Inrnntry and Fifth Cavalry Pawls will
bo In attendance, and In addition to
concert numbe.H will play for danc
ing. A largo hniisn greeted It. K. Ho
nlno's Hawaiian moving pictures last
r.lght at Charles It. Illshop Hall. Ills
slock of locnlly-tnken films were
shown, Including Lcllchun drills, chil
dren In pageantry, tho volcano and
ilia last nlcht on
last several months. Tim mliinn iii.r.
Ing her absence will bo In chargo of
Mr. Mackcntlu. I
San Francisco. Mr. Cottrlll welcomed Tho case against thirteen Chinese,
young Crockett, son of Attorney who wcro nrrested for being present
Crockett of WnllukU. Maul. nt n gnmbllng place, was stricken
MISS AUICK DAIICY has roturncd f,om thc calendar this morning In Po
from a pleasure trip to tho coast. Mlssl llco Court. Tho evidence for the pros
Darcy was numbered among thc pas- 'edition against thc Celestials was not
scngcrs arriving from San Francisco . sufficient to hold them, It Is snld.
In the Honolulan. IJrlgadlcr Oenera Schuyler, who
nina t iiirarwmir, u j . .. was formerly Colonel of the Fifth Cav
l'er?fnn,in i n F h'ad "f ,tl10 airy In command of Schollold liar
dfaTAS 8i"' ,C" rrh.a;.--aeks, wa, to havo assumed command
ni4UII IIIUI t (11 . nf rhn llAlinrtmnni f rti llf nmln Innl
Saturday. Ho succeeds IlVlg. Gen.
Daniel II. Brush, who will bo retired.
Christian Sctenrn. thn rnlletnns cult
IL- J. IVAItniNKR, tirother of Miss 'established by tho Into Mrs. Hddy, will
Kmlly ynrrnor, netqclato editor, of be the' topic of a freo lecture Sunday
tho Friend, returned to Honolulu this evening at-tho Opera House by miss'
morning as a passenger' In tho Cn- Knap'p, member of the Hoard of Lec
nadlan-Australlan liner Makura. Ho tureshlp of tho church and authorised
may make this city his homo. rpcaker, who has delivered a sorlcs of
T. CL1VK DAVIBS and his" family nlmllar talks In tho largo cities of the
wero outgoing passengers, on tho Zea-UD"cl1 Slates during' the last several
landla last night. They were going ycar-
for n long stay abroad, possibly mak- TllJ War Department will soon send
Ing their homo permanently In Kng- '" Congress a recommendation for tho
tain,. Kl, LfUVIUH GXPCCIS 10 rCllim tOlf't,l""r,,uuutl " ,i,,UUlV'UU 11)1 II1U CUIl'
HON. JONAH KALANIANAOLK,
Delegate to Washington, representing
tho Territory of Hnwnll, was "greeted
by a distinguished 'party of friends
and liolltlclann upon his arrival from
tho mainland iih a pnssrngcr In the
Mntson Navigation steamer Honolu
MH. AND MRS. J. wi COTTHKLL,
are tourists from tho middle west
who havo heard of tho glories of Hu
wall, and thercforo took passage In
thc Matson Navigation, steamer Hono
lulan that arrived from the' coast this
morning. They will remain In tho
Islands for a .brier period.
TERRITORIAL TRKARtmKIt. I.
fvi-u.Niw.iiMi tnis morning was com
polled to postpono his projected trip
to Kauai and proceed iiuttcnd to llllo,
where ho Is to appoar for- tho Terri
tory In tho tax appeal cases to bo
heard it that city during tho next few
days. Attorney Arthur Wilder accom
structlon of permanent barracks fo'
troops In tho Canal Zone. Colonel
Gorgas, chief engineer of tho Isth
mian Canal Commission, Is reported
to havo stated that tho construction
of temporary quarters Is a wasto of
money, and that It Is clangorous to tho
health of tho trpops,
PECK DENIES THE
CHAItUOH It. FRAZIFR. thn well
known outdoor advertising man, was
an arrival In tho steamer Honolulan
this morning. Mr. Frailer has been
On Arrival at San Francisco,
Says Washington Trip Is
L. Tciiney Peck's sudden trip to
Washington hroURht tho following no
tice In thu Sun FrauciHco Chronicle
of June IS:
In order that ho might reach Wiish-
rubbing shouldors with tho grcatot.'cnm ,,,, ,, , ' ,.,..
hIoiuiI committees, I,. Tenney Peck, tho
A17HEN you're not "doing much of any-
thing"- just loafing and enjoying yourself, you often are
where you want to look well dressed.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
ics make u wclUclresj.ucl insin. Wlicrtvcr t lie
man is, whoever he is; voting
size or shape or figure. ;
t)f old; any
We fit nnyliody, any mind, any pocket
in tins store with these clothes.
wear them because they're the best
Suits, $20.00 and up.
Overcoats, 20.00 and up.
Copjrilit Hiit, SchilTncr le Mux
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
NEW FINISHES AND 8HAPE8
and regular finishes In new
New- flnithet and shapes In
Let ut mail you a sample
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
CIO A It NOW te
lor as sho npepars on tho stage, who
has Just concluded n, successful en
gagement nt tho DIJou, was a depart
ing passongor on tho Wllhelmlnu to
tduy. She Is of as pleasing a person-
inlity off tho stage us on, arid during
her two engagements here has mndo
, - i . ninny frlonds. Many of theso were at
.,., , , , , ,'., tho whurf this morning to bid' hor
Otliere may clrriilnle papers lint the KO(,d.tiyo, and to proseut her with
II II I lot III Is lldlllltlcd lo liuia the floral cifts and other tokens nf friend.
publicity oxpcrls on tho mainland
who woro' gathered In annual con on
tlon at Dullas, Texas. Mr. Frailer ul
to pttended tho big Shrlncr conclave
at Los Angeles.
W. M. UUCHANAN, an obliging of
ficial who has been Identified with tho
shipping department of T. II, Davles
& Co. In an Importnnt capacity, Is
hack from .a well-earned vacation, u
portion of which time was spent along
tho Pacific coast. Mr. Iluchanan ur j tomary In cukch r this kind, tho llnu
rived In the Honolulan tfils morning will hu ordered remitted.
much honofltcd by tho brief rcsplto Tho sudden departure of Peck from
from his olllclal duttos. Honolulu uuvo rlso to tho rumor that
Mils. s. uiiAIIl or Mis sMay Tay-
Iloiiilulii capital 1st, paid tho SL'SO lino
linpiMtd hy the government un u steam
ship conipuny wlibse foreign liners
carry puhsengt-rs between Ainvrlcari
Peck arrived here yesterday morn
ing from tho Islands on tho llrltlsh
steamer Nile of the Purine Mall com
puny, ami Immediately hastened rust
ward. It Is expected that, as Is ens
ile hud ,'lifi'ii taken under President
Tuft'k wing anil was slated to ho the
new governor or Hawaii, succeeding
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents!
V. F. Freur. Tilly; however, Peek ilu
nled upon his nrrivul yesterday
"There Is no foundation In the re
port," he said. "I huvo on ambition tn
l governor of Hawaii, uiul while my
pa mo has been mentioned fur the po
sition iiloiig with a scorn of others,
tliero Is little posHlhllity of my getting
the position. I do not deslru It.
"Tho reason for my sudden trip lo
tho capital ! to attend a meeting next
week of one of tho committees hcforn
which tliero will 1,0 u discussion of the
1.1,1 ..,.., .1.. ..!.... ... .,... 1. I '
kiviiik l rininniuu 11, iiiit i-fiin
Harljor Traction Cumpany to construct
a llnu from Honolulu to Pearl Harbor
through the Fort Shnfler reservation
Hricl over a portion of tho naval liusc.
As them was no Ainerlcnii-reglstered
steamer touchliiK t Honolulu that
would get me here In time, I was com
pelled to take the Nile, and thercforo
paid the customary line."
In the annual npproprlatlun hill for ,
the city of St l.ouls Is a provision
for $5000 lo he uel In a campaign i
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
MRS. WISSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
fc lfl td by milGoM ol mothen for ihcir chiUrcn
vrhila Ircihinij. with pcrirct ncuh, ll tollnu the turn.
IUm pw, van wind coke, nd lU betl remedy (or
dnV, Soki by DrutBitt. Ht tut and atk or
Mrs. Wlnslows Soothing Syrup
LttA lor more than Ihrre generations.
Young man as hunkktcper and stenou- j
rapher. Stnte experience and salary
expected. Address "USI,'' Jlullutlll .'
plllce. Rl'f,7.:it ,
Hat Shop, Fort St.
llutterinllk; pure, fresh churned. De
licious, nutritious. 33: S. llcrctaiilo
On Friday Morning
V,i We WiU Place On .
1 Case, 60 Dozen, ' -
PURE SILK HOSE
Heavy Garter Lisle Tops
All Sizes '''
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