The Star-Bulletin Want Ads and the Worl-
M;iko imii:fili;it ;i nl pro'lljiMc n hirns from investment in the STAR-BULLETIN Want t'oluuins. If you have anvthing to sell you ean tiiul no better or quicker way of timlin:
l.nvrr Hum lln:ti!i tlu STAIM8I I'lJCTIX Want Ads. THOUSANDS read them. For one irut a word you ran reach the STAIJ IH'LLKTIN'S r,(HK) and more suhsrriliers
and that iih'.iiik MOKiC than l.'i.WO II K. DICKS. Surely in that vast number, you .will find the me who WANTS what you havi or if you want something a little Want Ad will et it.
Help Wanil, Situation Want. I. Furnished Cottages, Furnishel Houses, Furnished Kooms, Keal Estate, or anythinj; For Sale or To Kent.
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 22, 1914.
H Art i)MayzJ
Maxwell runabout with windshield,
lpodometer. top. preKtolite tank,
fvrrrrady self starter. Han run leas
than 1G() mi'e; original cost $920.
Owner is going to. mainland and
Willi Bell for $.',00. Call at 2221 Ka
lia mad or phone 4.23.
Overland runabout machine, with rum
ble peat, in good rendition: will
pJ1 chap. For reference corres
pond with M. J. Fassoth, MakawelL
Special Rale: Floor coverings. Chi
nese grafs rugs, mattings and lino
leums. Telephone 1261. i
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd., King Street
. k53S9-tf .
The Transo envelope, time-saving In
vention. No addressing necessary
In s'end?ng out bills or receipts. Ho
nolulu Star-Bulletin Co., Ltd., sole
agents for patentee. : tf
Ford car in good condition; for dem
trat!cn. Union I-jrd Stand, Union
at Hotel st
Automobile, tb repair and sell. Address
I O. box "2. Schofleld Barracks,
; ' S909-4t t
Indian motorcycle, 1912 model. Oahu
Cyclcry, King kc. nr. South.
. S910-6t . . .
iii i t
Two. dozen white, leghorns, eastern
stock. Phone 3297.
Good Investmert; over 10 per cent;
rented house. Tel. 1842.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping bonks at Star-Bulletin office, tf
Arnold Kruckman, chief of the bu
reau of aeronautics of the Panama
Taclfic International Exposition now
on his way around the world arrang
ing for the round-the-world aeroplane
race, reports from Juebec, Canada.
Everyone with anything for sale to
"Play Safe." Considering the fac
tors of sales, success in planning
an, ad Is more satisfactory than
knowing "how it happened" after
ward. Star-Bulletin Want Ads
"Bring Home the Bacon" every
Two or three firsi-class minorca and
leghorn roosters; alsn second-hand
140-egg incubator. Address M. R
Good second-hand typewriter; Addres.
oox 4i, rxnonem warrants.
Girl for housework and waiting oi.
table. Apply Roselawn, 1366 S
All lovers of music to develop talent
by taking lessons from Ernest K.
Kaal, 51 Young Building. Tel. 3689
Eveyone in Honolulu to know th
Popular theater runs the new films
Corcanuts and cocoanut husks bought
in any quantity. Pacific Fibre Co.,
Ltd., 1382 Liliha st Phone 4033.
COCOANUT PLANTS FOR SALE.
Cocoanut plants for sale; Samoan va
riety. Apply A. D. Hills, Lihue
Pig, on Queen street Owner ' mus
prove property and pay expenses
Address P. S. M., Lewers & Cooke
that Premier Lomer Gouln has pledg
ed government aid in safeguarding
the fliers over Canada. .
Rockets tobe fired from the ground
to destroy aeroplanes are a French In
vention for which great accuracy, is
claimed. " ' '
w m V a.
The best cars in Honolulu; trips ar
ranged. Call 4699 or 3848.
Frank Baker, now located at Oahu
Auto Stand. Phone 3848.
S. King St. near Punchbowl. Tops
built covered and repaired; tire
and seat covers to order.
AMERICAN CLOTHES CLEANERS
formerly the Suitatorium now at
King street and Alapai. Called for
and delivered. Phone 5167.
CITY CLOTHES CLEANERS.
Are prepared to handle jour work.
Nuuanu at Vineyard. Phone 5042.
Contracting and general building;
estimates furnished. Takaki Co.,
junction King and Beretanla Sts.
Le Chong, Chinese Interpreter and
business agent Smith St, opp. Ho
When you want your clothes cleaned
properly, call at the King, 69 S. King
Y. Fukunaga, Clothes cleaned, press
ed repaired. 1422 Foit Street
Second-Hand Cameras bought, told
and exchanged. Kodagraph Shop.
Hotel and Union Fts
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
J. Yoshida, King street at Kaplo-
lanl. Contracts taken.
DIAMOND CLOTHES CLEANERS.
Are prepared to care for your
clothes. Give us a trial. Alapai,
opp. car barns.
Japanese Obi silks, mandarin coats,
; Yoshida Shoten, Beretanla and Ma-
MAIDEN LEARNS THAT
SPEEDING IS UNHEALTHY
IN WESTERN CLIMATE
By Latest Mail
STOCKTON Miss A. M. Spring, a ,
New York college student wno: was'
arrested near Tracy for driving heri
automobile too rast ana wno reiusea
to pay the line on tne grouna xnai .
her health necessitated fast . driving,
later took a temporizing attitude and f
promised Sheriff Rlecks to pay the
flne;, 0 , , .
cer. She told the officer that her phy-
sician had ordered her to travel fast-
er than thirty miles, and for that rea-l
son she would not pay a fine. I
The young woman tried to get offi-J
cials of the Automobile Club of
Southern California and Secretary of
State Jordan to intercede for her, 'but
failed. - -
1 REAL ESTATE TB ASS ACTIONS
Entered of Record July IS, 1911,
From 10:30 a. m. to 410 p. m.
:Mary E Noholoa (widow) to Ml-
I 'nerva U Cutter ........
. .. E
Fred L Beringer and wf to Syng
I i man Rhee ................. . . .
J Syngman Rhee to - Fred L Berln
! ger ......... ...........
K Horimoto et al to Libby Mc
' Nf III & Ubby of Hon . Ltd..... B
K Yamane et al to Libby McNeill
i . A Ubbv of Hon Ltd .......... BS
William R Castle Tr to Marie J V
i i De Mello ... ...... ....... A V
Maria J D Mello to Est of Maria
-de Mello Re
: Entered of Record Jsly 20, 1911,
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. nu
Maul Dry Goods & Grocery Co Ltd
to Marie Lopez .... ......... D
W R Castle Jr by Tr to D. Apolo..Rel
Wm RCastle Tr to H C Brown.. Re
Percy M Pond and wf to Mable A
!Ware .......... L
Percy M Pond and wf to Dena Mc-
Andrews .... .... . . ; : . . r
Entered of Record July 20, 1911,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Chas R Llndsav and wf to Eliza
V beth A Chillingworth ... ..... I
Elizabeth A Chillingworth and
I hsb to Thomas Lindsay ...... L
. William Llndsey to Elizabeth A
i Chillingworth . . D
J Alfrf d Magoon to Annie K
l- i Murray (widow)
Carlo A Longhand wf to Yoshi
goro Kimura I
Kahono Kahau to Kaulaula Keahi ' I
Yashlchi Matsumoto to Libby Mc-
U Nelil & Libby of Hon Ltd.CM&Agrt
Onomea Sugar Co to Pohano
i Kimo .... .'. Re
Lee Loo Shee to C Zukeran et al. I
Oahu College by Trs to James
! McAndrews ... I
G Y Chung to Goo Hoy ......... Re
I i Entered f Record Jo 1 7 21, 1914,
1 From 8:30 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
Pohano Klmo and wf to Onomea
Ramon H Makekau and wf to
t Mary A Hall . . . i . . . ......
M Naramoto to C Mlyamur C M
K Iwamoto to C Miyamura. . . . . .C M
Kaneda Kiyosaku to Sato Iwakichi BS
6 Kaholollilii and wf to Jose de
i For campers there has been Invented
a gridiron with supports at either end
j to hold it over & fire. :
REFERENCE FOB BUSY
City Dry Goods Co., 1109 Nuuanu St
EXCELSIOR CLOTHES CLEANERS.
Clothes called for and delivered;
shoes dyed by our secret method;
phone 4742. Chaplain at Fort
Y. Nakanishi, 34 Beretanla St., nr.
Nuuanu Street Phone 4511.
F. W. HUSTACE
Motorcycle and Auto Repairing. 427
Queen st Telephone 1498.
Cut flowers and baskets for all oc
Komeda. Florists. Union
FOR A TAXI. . ' :
When you want a taxi, call Jimmy
Hughes, Auto Livery Co.
HOTEL TAXI STAND.
PHONE 4400, BUICK CARS, TAXI
niTFQ. avnxnrv. rAV AMn
NIGHT. JOHN VIERRA, MANUEL
COSTA AND M R. GONSALVES.
. When you want your hat cleaned
call Roman, Beretanla St Phone
Now has a Taxi on the Bethel St
Stand. Phone 4004.
JONES & DUCHALSKY
are ready to attend to your auto
and carriage trimming. South Kingi
st Telephone 3393. 5885-lm
Now located at the. Oahu Auto
Stand, Bishop, near - King. Phone
K. Isoshima, stylihs millinery. King
ner Bethel. Phone 2136.
NATIONAL GUARD BULLETIN
i r Roster of officers, list of regular
matlon for the NaUonal Guard of Hawaii. Armory, corner Hotel and Miller
etreets. . f
- . "'jai GENERAL
Cot. John W. Jones.
Maj charieg W. Ziegler, Jnsp.-gen. MaJ. Elmer T. Winant, Ord. Dept
Maj Charles B. Cooper, SuTg.-gen. Capt. James D. Dougherty. Q. M. C.
Maj John w Shor Ch,ef Q M Capt Henry Van Gie80n q. m. a
MaJ yxo C. Peters, J. Advgen. Capt Leo L. Sexton, Med. Dept
V THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE.
" :s INSPECTOR-INSTRUCTOR'S OFFICE.
Lieut W. C. Whitener, U. S. A, Inspector-Instructor,
Officers school every Monday, 5 p. m.
REGIMENTAL FIELD AND STAFF OFFICERS, 1ST INF.
All officers of the 1st Infantry to report at Armory at 5 p. m. Monday,
July 20. '
Lt-Coli William R. Riley.
Capt James A. Thompson, Ad jt
Capt George - B. Schrader, Q. M.
Capt Arthur W. Neely, Insp. S. A. P.
Capt Reginald W. Warham, Com's'y.
Maj'. Gustave Rose, 2nd Bat
2nd Lt Fred W. Humphrey, Q. M.
COMPANIES STATIONED AT HONOLULU.
Company ACapt H. P. O'Sullivan, 1st Lieut. P. M. Smoot
. 7:30 p. m. :
Company BSapt Paul Super, 1st Lieut W. F. Armstrong, 2nd Lieut A. J.
Lowrey. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Company C Capt J. M. Camara, 1st Lieut L. R. Medelros, 2nd Lieut G.
K. Stein. Friday, 7:30 p. m.
Company D Capt W. V. Kolb, 1st Lieut F. W,
Schaefer. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
Company E Capt C. M. Coster, 1st Lieut John Hilo. Monday, 7:30 p. m.
Company F 1st Lieut M. R. Houghtailing, 2nd Lieut J. Lemon. Tuesday,
7:30 p. m.
Company G Capt B. F. Ka-ne, 1st Lieut. I K. Ka ne, 2nd Lieut W. N.
Kaina. Monday, 7:30 p. m.
Company.!! Capt L. W. Redlngton, 1st Lieut J. C. Lo. Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
Full attendance required In order to complete preparation
Company K (Attached to 2nd Battalion) Capt J. W. Cook, 1st Lieut. W.
Abia, 2nd Lieut E. K. Chung. Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
STATIONED ON MAUt
Company I Wailuku Capt W. F. Kaae, 1st Lieut. W. S. Chilllngsworth,
2nd Lieut R. K. Wilcox.
Company L Lahalna Capt W. F. Young, 1st Lieut. W. K. KaluaklnL
STATIONED ON HAWAII.
Company M Hilo Capt J. D. Easton. 1st Lieut H. M. Morehead. 2nd
Lieut J. S. Caceres, 2ndLieut J. L. K. Cushingham (attached).
MEDICAL OFFICERS WITH SANITARY TROOPS.
Maj. E. D. Kilbourne., Capt F. L. Morong. Capt R. W. Benz.
In 10 years kindergartens in the
TTnttAd Stfltps hava erown from 3244
kindergartens with 205,000 Children
to 7557 kindergartens enrolling 364,
189 children, according to a bulletin
issued by the United States Bureau
Notwithstanding this encouraging
increase in schools and pupils, the
great majority of children are stiu
without the advantages of kindergar
ten training. Only J per cent of the
children of kindergarten age 4 to 6
were in kindergartens.
"Much constructive work must be
done," declares Miss Myra Winches
ter, of the kindergarten division of the
bureau, reviewing the figures. "The
child of kindergarten age is so young,
so impressionable, so incapai'e of
defending himself against the faulty
words and actions and mental atti
tudes of the teacher, that means muat
be .devised to eliminate or at least
diminish the number of faulty teach
ers. Standards of requirements as to
personality and academic and profes
sional training must be raised and
Ask your grocer for a stick. Kills
all insects. S. M. Nda, agent Bere
tanla at Nuuanu.
Hairdressing. scalp treatment and
facial massage. Mrs. F. Franchl,
1621 Fort St
Oahu Macaroni Factory, dealers in
all kinds of paste. 121 Hotel st.
Kauluwela Movies Theater now
open at Camp To. Vineyard St.;
pictures changed daily.
MARKET, FISH MARKET.
Headquarters of Hawaiian delica
cies: delicious laulaus and Royal
Kulolo. most portable of foodstuffs.
Handled by experts. Orders prompt
ly attended to. No. 43, Hawaiian
M. Tanaka, 515
N. King, near Liliha St
Grass and rag rugs. Have your
old rug made over; 73 Beretanla St
Tastily furnished rooms can be
found at the Rex. King and Rich
STEAM CLOTHES CLEANERS
Guarantee all their work for ladies
and gentlemen. Alakea, nr. Bere
tanla. Phone 5151.
Dr. R. E. Merrill at Mclnery's Shoe
Store, Fort st. Hours 8:30 a. m. to
5 p. m. Charges reasonable.
Gee Chong. latest models la tailor
Ing; 27 N. King, cor. Nuuanu.
Buy a Triangle Wlzaid Mop. The
mop that gets into the corner.
drill nights, stations, and current infor-
The Adjutant General
Maj. William E. Bal, 3rd Bat
1st Lt John W. Kanaeholo, Ad jt
2nd Lt George H. Cummings, Q. M.
Maj. Merle M. Johnson, 1st Bat
1st Lt Charles R. Frailer, Adjt
2nd Lt Roscoe W. Perkins. Q. M.
Chaplain, Valentin .Franckx (Capt).
Wicbman, 2nd Lieut G-
maintained, for the surest guarantee I
nf th Ttnsnn or kinrfprirflrtpna i9:
good work done by good teachers
v.. . c I
Miss Winchester traces the path of
progress in kindergartens from private
philanthropy to public support "First
there were private kindergartens, re
garded as more or less of a luxury
for the well-to-do. Next good men
and women began to provide "charity"
kindergartens for the poor and neg
lected children; churches, settlements.
kindergarten associations and mill
owners gave and continue to give glad
and generous support to such kinder
gartens. Then as a direct outgrowth
of the work of the kindergarten asso
ciations, there have evolved training
schools for kindergarten teachers; the
State legislature has been induced to
pass a bill making it legal to institute
public-school kindergartens; local
boards of education have partially.
, then entirely, taken over the care and
education of little children, and final
ly State and city normal schools have
incorporated the kindergarten train
ing schools, making them into a reg
ularly integrated department"
The bureau's bulletin on kindergar
tens throughout the United States, so
far as these , were reported, together
Oeslrable houses la various parts of
the city, furnished and unfurnished,:
at $1S. $18, 20, $25, $30. $35. $40 and ,
np to $125 a month. See list in ourj
ounce. . i real inn to., mx ron
St, between King and Merchant
""urnlshed office to let; suitable for
general office or agency. Apply 1110
Union St. near Hotel St
Store In Harrison Block. Fort and
Beretanla Sts. Aply Fred Harri
Light housekeeping rooms. Helen's
court, opp. Y. M. C. A., in lane.
THE NEW ERA HOTEL
1450 FORT STREET
ABOVE VINEYARD ST.
Old Homestead, just opened ; on Paua-
hl and Chaplain lane, back of The
Blaisdell; rates reasonable; phone
4677. The Service. 1260 . Fort st;
The old Mercantile Rooming House,
631 King St, has now opened up
under new management under the
name of the Tcurirts' Riming
House. Rooms reasonable, clean
and newly fited up.
Furnished rooms; hot and cold water.
84 N. Vineyard st; mosquito proof.
One room near town, gentleman pre
ferred. 213 Beretanla st.
Large, airy upstairs room, suitable for
two. 1221 Pensacola st
ROOM AND BOARD
Excellent table board by the meal,
. day or week. Special rates by the
month. Apply at the Roselawn,
1366 S. King st
5912 tf '
Cool rooms with or without board can
be had at the Vlda Villa, King st
Furnished cottage and light 'house,
keeping rooms; all conveniences;
electric lights; bath, running wa
ter; short distance from postof flee.
Moderate. Ganzel Place, Fort and
Vineyard. Tel. 1541.
Two bedroom cottage for $20.00 a
month; also two bedroom cottage,
$17.00 per month. J. R. Wilson, 925
Fort Street phone 3666.
Furnished house for rent 809 Lunalilo
street opposite Dr. ( Cooper's.' Ap
ply within or M. C. Pacheco, Star
Bulletin office, i
Large furnished house in Makikl. For
particulars phone 2426.
The Cassldy. only home hotel. Wal
kiki Beach, consists of individual
cottages and single rooms. Cusine
excellent 1000 ft promenade pier
at the end of which is splendid
bathing pool and ..beautiful view.
2005 Kalia road. Tel. 2879. Terms
reasonable. - 5367-tf
7 . " t
with opinions of superintendents, su
pervisors and teachers as to the re
sults of kindergarten training in their
communities. The bulletin J is illus
trated with photographs of real Kin
dergarten children in real kindergar
A direct wire was installed on the
grounds j of .the Panama-Pacific Inter
national I Exposition on June 11 and
on this came the" message from Gov
ernor Cox of Ohio ordering ground to
be broken for the Ohio building.
When this telegram was received by
Ohio Commissioner Torpy he turned
the first ground for the building. This
was followed by a special program.
The structure will be a reproduction
of the Ohio state house at Colum
bus. Norwegians living in San Francisco
have cabled Exposition Commissioner
Hansen, now in Norway, that if the
Norwegian government will, grant of
ficial recognition to the Panama-Pacific
International exposition the Nor
wegians in the United States will erect
the Norwegian pavilion so that their
coimtrv will not b left out of th Hat
of participating nations. .
CMf Sir. Unlow SqiMr
European Plan $1-50 I d:j p
Amsricaa Plas &50ab t? .
New steel and concrete struc
ture. Third addition of hundred
rooms just completed. A high
class hotel at very moderate
rates. In center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines
transferring to all parts of city.
Electric omnibus meets all
trains and steamers.
Hotel Stewart rtcogaliad M Bawatlia
XsliBd Htftdqnuura. Cabl AMrau
"Trawau" ABO Cod. J. H. Lr
FOR THE TOURIST
FOR THE SERVICE
FOR THE KAMAAINA
GET OUR RATES
' Before Settling Elsewhere
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
TOURIST TRADE SOLICITKDl
C. W. 8PITZ : : : Proprietor
Have a Good Swim before
dinner, after a warm day in
town; It will make you feel
fresh as a "Daisy."
Next Moana Hotel V
Has accommodations for LA
DIES and GENTLEMEN at
reasonable rates, by the month.
'"Finest dining room In the Ter
ritory." Jolly' Saturday evening
J. H. HERTSCHE. Manager
?A Home Away from Home"
An Ideal Vacation Spot.
Phone 772. Hauula, Oahu
A. ZUM STEIN, Prop.
Oahu Railway Tickets to
On Sale at Wells
Fargo Co. Office .
vcan be had at the new' boarding
house In. y
nearly 1000 feet elevation near depot,
grand scenery., fine bass fishing. For
particulars address E. L. Krusa, Wa
hiawa. Phone 46J.
DO IT ELECTRICALLY
Hawaiian Electric Co.
25 Ft.5-ply Garden Hose
JAMES GUILD CO,
All kinds' of Wrapping Papers and
Twines.-Printing and Writing Papen.
"AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ,
A SUPPLY CO. LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets f Honolulj
Phone 1416. Geo. G. GuH3 Gsx 11 rr,
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