'EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912.
Wc carry all kinds of shoes, but when We have
fitted you out with a pair of
HAN AN SHOES
wc somehow feel more contented because we
know you have bought the best shoes made,
I sr g
HOW THLY STAND
LOCAL AND CQNRRAI
Everything best in the art of
good shoemaking is found in
They are the true aristocrats of the shoe world.
They are worn by that dais of men who insist on
having only the best that money can buy.
As llic bull m-iimui udvmucs there
nri -nine shifts of pu-dtlon In the major
It.isuis n nil Co if 1 1 Ifcult lh.it nrcinak
Ini; I he fain sit up rml take notice.
1 oj Angeles bus jumped from near
the liottnm of the Hit til second place,
nnd Ii giving Vrrnon ii good nil) for
lircmlcr honors. The fiist-llvlng Oaks
, have been chopped down to third III
. In the Niitlnnnl there Ih Mill nothing
In ll lint flin fllillllu Unit n .nlit'lil.
..alon or nature cntilil hcnd New Viirk Cllls,
i.ow, ti nil me rem nice ii tor hccimhi
place. 'Hie lMrulrs me going. strong,
lkxlon linit decisively filmed Ilia
While Knx out or tho lop ikhIUoii In
the Atiicrlciin. while WioOiiuKtnn Iihk
surprised cvcryiioly, lii'ludlng tho
phi)crs, l.y continuing to win game-
mid holding tight to third pi. lie.
For a hack ring up 2307.
ilurlns hum nil mi r iho worlti nl lh
It rocs without saying Mini every
tliliiK is Pent at Tho Kncoro. "
dpioiul pilcen on potloiles nlid
brasses. Alts and (.'rails Shop
Ukulele?, CiiIntinnlscK, etc, nt factory
171!) l.lllha Prices reasonable.
Chun Ilcong, assault nnil li.illnry,
wns, lined twenty dollars and costs of
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none better. Wnll, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Governor nnd M b Frcnr nro oxpeci-
ott tn all for Honolulu Inly 3, on lit"
Jonqulnn rtcllnR of Func'ial, M idcl
ra Islands, today filed his final peti
tion for nnturnllrntlon.
Those' hnlh robes en dlsplny In Up-
O'arlnn window nro Just about the
Melnerny Shoe Store
i.. n... v.. -ii. ,'!. i.-., i,,,i i ',. i,i,.i. proper enper In thai line,
led the leusuc for several vvccUs nt ttio Wniilctl To more pa-oU'hgorH for
mart or tho 8Cuk.ii, Ih now In the eel- around-t he-Island nt (,. Lewi,
i... b ii. t...... Stables iiiul Oarage. Tel. 2111.
"i ltv lilk lUllilllllll 1 III I 11U I UIV . t t
land Const League club. The North- " JO" wn'!1 n I0?'1 J?1'.1""0 on,1n"'
vveMcrn race Is good one. with tho fitti or carraK0 take It to Hawaiian
1 eailers changing placet cv cry day or so.
I'crccntnges Juno 22:
Vernon . . . ?". IS 29
I.oi Angeles 4! 32
Oakland ,.43 3.1
.Sacramento ,....11 41
Han Francisco HI 41
I'crtland 27 39
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
"THE STORE FOR GOOD
New York .41
l'hlladelphlj 21 '
Kt I.ouN 24
Cleveland ... 2S
New York 17
tit. Louis 16
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Duick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Correct Modes Followed
Types 22 and 34 Can D. Seen at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets
GEO. C. DECKLEY, Sole Distributor
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS In Iho
city, ring up for
OLDSMODILE, No. 403
LANDAtlLET. No. 580
C. H. B E M N
ALL WE AHK IB A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Ksplol.nl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Chemical Engines and
Fur Hale hj
J. A. OILMAN
NOTIt'U' If ou nro In trouble, duy
or lilRht, mid can not start jour auto
cither electric or rusoIIiio trouble
rlue up Tel 2914 or lull ut 70 Hchool
R. J. BERGER
J. E. ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
,6t C O.
Victoria 34 30
Seattle 33 31
Hpnkanc ,...31) 30
Tncoiiui ; 31 ' 32
Vancouver 32 34
Portland 3Q 33
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Laming, Distributor
NO PRE8ERVATIVE8 IN
THE BE8T MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
Tho probabilities under I'iiHou'h
Diabetic Compound Hccms to us lo be
nbout nH follows;
In cases or sixty years nnd over re
ports have been so cnrouraRlnR Hint It
Is our belief that recovery or control
that prolongs life, In rcasnnnblo com
Inrt Is probablo in most cases.
At fifty nnd ovor while responso to
tho treatment seems to bo the general
rule, approaching forty the disease Is
Very obstlnnto and we would not make
Btronc claims, v
Under thirty Mm results aro very
small, nnd In children recoveries hnvo
been rnro and most of tlioso wcro ob
tained throuRli tho nld of skilled phy
sicians keeping tho liver nctlvo, pro
inotlnR nutrition and Klvlnc alkallncs
v;hen necessary to control acetones.
Fulton's Diabetic Compound can bo
Pad nt Honolulu Drue Co.
Ask for pamphlet.
It docs not conflict with physicians'
prescriptions, nut whero patients re
quire codcln wo dcslro to submit some
thing milder that contains no opium.
Wo desire every patient not Improv
ing the third week to wrlto us. Al
ttajH state nge. Literature mailed
free. John J. Fulton Company, San
Francisco. Cnl. Wo Invite correspond
ence with physicians who havo obstln
RESOLUTION NO. 675,
UK IT Iti:.SOI.Vi:i) by tho Hoard of
Supervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu, Territory ,o Hawaii, that
tho sum of i:in!IT IIUNDItlJI) DOI,
1.A11H (1(00.00) be and tho sumo I
hereby appropriated out of all moneys
In the Permanent Improvement 1 ml
for an account known as Purchase of
Ijiva Rock llloclis, to bo used on tho
hhnrp turns In Moanalua, District of
Presented by Bupcrylsor
i:ill!N P. LOW
Honolulu. June 27, 1912.
At a rcKiilnr adjourned meeting of
the Ihurd or Hupei visors of tho City
ii nd County of Honolulu, held on
Thursday, June 27, 1912. the foregoing
HcKolutlon wits paused on first reading
and ordered to print on tho following
Mite of tho said Hoard:
Aes Amana, Arnol'd, Dwlght, Km
ger, Murray, Low, McClcllun Total, 7.
Noes- - None
Deputy City and County Clerk
5275 -June 28, 29; July 1
A 10 centlmei Belgian stiunp recent
ly Issued will bo withdrawn, us It do
plcts tho king with nn undoubted
To buy 114-egg Incubator
"K. 11.", this olllce
Furniture or G-room house. Bargain
Address "Houso," this olllce, or phono
Watch charm with diamond star cen
ter Itewurd, return Bulletin
Carriage Mfg. Co, 127 Queen St.
lllcjcic Supplies and llcpalrlng. Roy
al Navy Illcjelcs, $4.1. I'nsy terms.
Dowson Urns.. Smith nnd Hotel Sis.
Tho Inlllnl social dnnre. to be glen
by the local order of Moose, Is liclni
planned. It Is set for July .1, nt K.
Plncapplo soda nnd tllro'n Hoot Hcer
.excellent summer drinks nro bot
tled by the Consolidated Sndn Works.
Herl Uowers, charged with heedless
driving, appeared In Police Court this
morning nnd his trial was set for
tho Uth prox.
For an nutn call up Joe Sanliw at
Young Automobllo Stnnd, Phono Z.'itt.i
Scvcn-Bcated Popc-Harlford, No. ftisn.
Hntcs reavonnbfe. '
J. West, ex-soldier, was glen thren
months on tho roof esterlay for tho
cmbnzilement of n walcli belonging to
Mrs. Clarence I lay lies, I
Bring 10 Orren Stamps and one dob'
lar and got a comnlclo Hoy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Hlantp Sloro,!
Ilorctnnln nnd Fort streets.
Tho public and nil sorlal winkers
nro asked by tho trustees of Knlulaui
llnmn In meet Miss lllnsroer nt the
home at half-poat ten next Moirlayl
Jailor Ascli has nspli)xlnted tin
dogs In his new gas cabinet. Several
dogs nro killed every day. Tho dog
catcher' Is busy and Is rounding ip
scores of unlicensed animals.
Mrs. Chong Ilonng, nssnult on n 3-yenr-old
child, wns on trial this morn
ing In Judgo Monsarrut'B court. Tho
defendant was discharged after n
hard fight. Kx-Judgo Lymcr prosecu
ted. A special feature of the Thistle Club
meeting this evening will bo nn ad
dress by Itobert Cnl ton on "Robert
I.ouIb Stevenson." Tho great novel
ist nnd Mr. Cation wcro personal
A benefit dance by tho Mormon
church of Honolulu will be given In
K. of P, hnll tomorrow evening. Thero
will bo a concert beforo tho dancing
with n good program of songs,, ducts
The demand for seals for tho piano
and song recital by Messrs. Hlggcr
staff nnd Chamberlain, was quite brisk
yesterday and today, and there Is cv
ery assurance of a crowded houso at
Bishop Hall on Mondav night.
Robert Lyderkcr, territorial achiv
1st, who Is now lp,Ncw York nnd who
was cxpectcu on tne wiuicimina, lias
written friends that ho will be later
than expected and will not bo homo
again until tho middle, of July.
J. P. MedclroB, whom Liquor In
spector Fcnnell nrrestrd last Tuesday
was In Pollco Court this morning, but,
at -tho request of tho prosecution tho
trial was postponed again until next
week. Fcnnell was not ready with
his ovldonco, It- was snld.
Twonty sacks of onions wcro re.
.eclved yesterday morning from Maui,
forming an unoxpected shipment tn
add to IlnwalrH first crop produced
under the auspices of tho market Im
superintendent a omen. Kupcrlnlcn
dent Starrott Is also Introducing Early
Itnso potatoes tn tho small farmers
and expects to hnvo success with
Auto trips around tho Island will bo
mado oery Wednosday and Friday by
tho City Auln Slnnd cars; nutoa leave
stand nt ! a. in. nnd return nbout S
li. in. Threo enrs will bo placed on
run If roqufrcd. Hates J 1.50 n passen
ger. Tlioso desiring lo make trip aro
requested to coma and book. City
Auto Stand. Phono Sfifil or 1179.'
The tax appeal of Mary Hooko was
bcttlcd yesterday and It was an
nounced that tho appeal of tho John
It Kstnto probably will bo 'settled am
icably. On rcvlsemcnt of figures by
tho nssessor tho assessment on tho
land of Mrs. V.. C Judd, on the wind
ward side of tho Island, was accepted
by F. M. Swanzy In her behalf. Ono
of Swanzy's appeals was henrd by thn
Claim board yesterday and anollinr. In
volvlng property nt Walklkl, will bo
taken up this afternoon.
call ro H.uti'i.i: in"
The iipu1tir iim tnir',JH"it!
We rirr hII funjilninltlt hIv"
lu rtiitrlln li.iilen.
IllumiMHUil nmnuatiim vn tucli
Ilawai'an News Co.,
Li mt led
Young Hotel Building
nniht to fet nil flic nlr tli.it is nossihlo:
many times JA it's inconvenient to take him; more in
convenient - to leave him at home. No need for
leaving him at home now. Own a
F'ULTON aTO-CART OR
OLDING VI BABY CARRIAGE
and take baby in comfort, and without trouble
wherever you go. We arc ex- c
elusive representatives, in this sec
tion, for the genuine and best, at
IflliSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSVkCX. H TJ?IH
Furniture Co., Lid.,
nrncnmi i itip.p
I 'CnOUHALl NCO J I
NHW - TO-DAV
TWO HUNDRED CHILDREN
GIVEN GRAND OUTING
Wo deal lu listed nnd unlisted seen
rltlcH of all kinds. HldulRo, I. a Zucu
ulpn, rubber; ,I'urliilnia Hills OH stock;
W. E. LOOAN & CO.
Room 17 Bacon Block, Oakland, Cat.
The online sken to ubout two bun
dled children jestenbiy by Mrs (Icorgoj
it i.urier whs an unit couiu nuvo neen (
iukeil for by those who gathered nt ' At tlm annual meeting of Wo On Till
her Imitation Miss Dcun. tho lady In Kon Afcsoclatlon tho following olllcers
eluirgo of the pluygrounds ut Ileretanlu wyi eluited to sene for tho ensuing
anil Smith streets, kept n general su- ear:
pervlalun over the whole bunch. Thero W. U Kiun President
was lie cream and cup cukes galore, Chlng Tul l.eo Vlce-Prefcldeiit
u ml It U sure that for ouee every child M. C Annum Knglbdi Secretary
there hud nil that una mining In, that l-uni tlet C'hu Chinese Secretary
Hue Chun Kuin Suen Treasurer
The Invltiitlon rend for 2 o'clock, nnd I.um II Cheey llookkeeper
there were no "late guests." The aft- Chun Pol, Uiok Man Cheung.. Auditors
ernonii was doNoted tu playing nnd M C AMANA,
eating. 527t-3t Secretary.
I,T. PI 1 1 1,. II. SI I Kill DAN has re
turned from n lnlt to tho mainland
J. W. Ki:ilSIINi:it, a local automo
bile man, Is back from n business trip
to tho mainland He returned In the
Ventura this morning.
CAPTAIN C. W l--OSTi:tt, V S A..
wns numbered among tho passengers
to arrhn from tho Coast this morning
In the Oceanic liner Ventura.
CAPTAIN KOItSVTH of tho United
States Army, rah Heglment of Cavalry,
who has been attending u military
school for olllcers, Is buck as n pas
senger In the Ventuin.
.1 OSWALD 1.1TTTKI). who left for
the States Borne weeks ago to float n
plncapplo cannery proposition for tho
Island of Kauul, returned as a passen
ger In tho Ventura this morning.
MRS. O W. McNIIAIt, wife of thei
well-known Pacific Coast business
man, Is a visitor In this city, having
arrhed this morning as n passenger
In tho Oceanic steamer Ventura
CHAHI.KS C. llAHTI.KTT, inaluiger
of the local brewery, Is back from a
business and pleasure trip to tin
Stales. He visited several If Iho Im
portant llastern centers while away.
Mr. Ilnrtlett was a passenger In the
Oceanic steamer Ventura.
F. II. CI'AltK, who possesses a wide
acquaintance in tho Island drug tiudc,
returned to Honolulu this morning In
the Ventura. Clark left this city some
two years ago and during tlp.il time
has lulled Central nnd South Amer
ica. Ho Intends to make, his homo
"DICK" SULLIVAN, tho well-known
sports promoter, has completed a suc
cessful tour of tho Important cities on
the mainland nnd returned to Houo
lulu this morning, ax a passenger lu
tho Ventura. "Dick" denied the Mift
Impeachment that ho had Jolnsd tho
ranks of tho hencdlctc.
HICHAIID KIPLING, a theatrical
man of note, who bus been secured to
tako over tlm management of the
string of theaters conducted by the
Magoon Interests In these Islands, was
an arrival In tho steamer Ventura Ihlr
morning. Mr Kipling will nssunin
personal charge of tho HIJou und Km
plre theaters In this city
AT THE HOTELS
Young Bldg. m
nCKCfl JUv .
under K. A L. WMS3USSmff
I'll cot KfiTrStKf
Fetched an Extra
Circle Swing Derrick
Ring. Up-Then Hoist Up
Geo. H. Paris,
Machinery Sales Agent
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP&S0N., LTD.
"'lll Jfmm.i IJ.ui 'is S"IM "MUIISIHI 'IISI oi,
0JU0 t IM (111 OpiS lDlJ 81 )
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oii Aq poipuui
s ojnUjn jiioA uoiM jnq UciUt!u) s pu s:ti
Ilegistirul this ueiK.
II, Migle nnd wife, Manila. Illiss
Knipp, lliiitim, Major II. V. Hinlth and
wife, Bel mlelil- llurriiiks, Ilr Juniet
II lliiynes, Kelmlldil It.irrackr; l'red
ricehmr, Kt l'.iul, Minn; llouurd
Itanvoni, Scliiillilil llurnicks; (lio It
I.lttnnj J. ti Winter, HehulUbl liar
rucks; v II, ricoudun; W J niHsoth,
Kua; J Costu, l.ellrhua; J II Wll
IIiiiiin, l.ellehllu; ( V Spit, Mr
Meudell Welcker. Miss H, i:. Oa). John
KiismiIIi, K Webii, Hiiuiilj II J
I.iindh, Wulpuhli, I,. W. Muncheo mid
wife, Toronto; Mrs, J. A Ilrlttali, Kan.
s.ih City; l)r (VKclnnlill, (iirinanj , l)r
I' Ansvvller, (leriimny; A. V Ciuies,
WiiIiI.ivmi; (lciir I'njf, lllilelwa. A
Morrlioin, Honolulu; (' (. Ilnuniau.
uinaina; vv II l.liKle. walluKil, .Maul; I
Chock (hong, llllo; M. I 'ataxy unit
wife, Kun rriinelsiu; ,eo Wanger, New I
York; I: A Do I'evv, Wiilalua; Mrs I
i: A Toild, Walalua; o 1' Itunktn.
Miikuvvill, (1 X. Wilcox, Kauai-, II II.
K.ivage, I'uiiiieuu; I" I'. .Morse, clt ;
CIiiih A !)cmiiirr und wife. Corpl I
Trunk J Conly. Mrs l? K. Tayinan. i
Mhi Coinbh, Ki belli id ll.irraiks, I) I
ill (lllmore, illy, Mrs I, 'iikIiiiiiiu,
Heal lie. Wash; Jaili Mel,iiughllu. I
Hprlnglleld. Ill, Mrs. II Harris, l.n,.
ngep-s, fal . Mrs. II. 11 Smith. Whlt
tler. Cnl ; C M lludwii and wire,
llllo; (' I). Hubeit, on mid wife. Cin
cinnati, () , c. i: yWrlght mid wife,
llllo; It C Walker, Scotland; II M
McCunee, Kun Kraut Imo
Monday, July 1 I
Arlleles of association of thn tin
noluluHtar-lliillrtln, Mil., wqro ap
liroveil by tho Attorney General and
bled In tho olllco or tho Territorial
Treasurer this morning. The docu
ment sols forth tho purposo of the
now corporation to publish a nowspa
per nnd engago In a general printing,
publishing and kindred business ar
tlvlty. The uipltal stork is K.0,00",
which mav bo Increased to a maximum
of 1300,4100 us dcslrcl.
Tho stock Is divided into fioilO
hhares, at a par value of 110 per share
and la held by tho nvv tiers ns rnllows'
Prank C. Atherlon, 431.1 shares;
Charles II. Atherlon, 107!, shares;
Wallace It. Partington TiOO shares;
Kmll Hermit, 75 shares, and William
J. Forbes, ii sharcB.
The olllcers of tho company aro
Frank C. Atherlon, president; Wallace
II. l'arringtou, vice-president; limit
Hermit, secretary, und W. J. l-'orbos,
SCHOOLS. CLOSE TODAY
FOR SUMMER VACATION
Today Is the biggest day on tlm cal
endar. In tho minds of the average
stholl-c'illd of Honolulu, for it Is the
last duy of school before tho long
Hummer vacation begins. About 11000
youngsters today put In their time
turning In text-books, cleaning up ,
tlielr -ilcKks and participating in ox-'
itiiuirun if iniiiiiiuiK mu uichhiiiii i hi-
I supervising principals and Superin
tendent Tope had u busy morning, ,
leading at as many Institutions ns tlm1
time permitted, to witness tho final
event of the school J ear j
I . . ,
A hunter who wore fox-colored
tiomers to a fox hunt near Winches
ter, Teim., wns killed by a companion
vihu mistook; him fur the game In the
j - I
1 JORDAN'S I
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