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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., T1IUIISDAY, DEC 8, 1910.
In the very la'est designs, mid
the litrgcst assortment ever
Of the best makes far Ladies
and Gents. In prices to suit
That will bo the pride of any
dlmt will make the best of holiday-Rifts.
Wc will be pleased to show you
anything in the lines cant'ed. . . .
J. A. It. VIEIRA
113 Hotel St,
Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in Kaimuki
During the Last
After writing Ads on Kai
muki, wc have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district
on the market. But hushf
We couldn't have done it if
the property had not been all
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stuff we have been writing.
-rOn Finding a Lost Article
or Restoring One
"And It was a keep-sake," "I prlisd
it o", "Mother gave It to me" such
common expressions after something I
Loit. But somebody lmoit always
Finds Itl And almoit always gladly
Restore! It If they know who has loit it.
Tell who you ate In a little Want Ad In
this paper when you lose anything, de
scribing your article. And If you find
anything, advertise it in our "lost and
Found" column. The owner will gladly
pay the cost. You reach thousand' this
Read and Answer '
Today's Want Ads
STATES TO BE
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Owlnir to the fait Hint tliu second , left o'l the taut transport for Snn
FORT SHAFTER- NEWS
liattnllon of the Twentieth Infantry
litis heon stntliiucil In Honolulu for
nearly four years, u climiKo lias umio
a Inst. The hattullon will leave on
the July triiii8iort for Fort Douglas,
Utah. The second Infantry will
come to Hawaii In June and two of
the liattulloiiH wilt be statlotieit at
Hchoflelil HnrriiLks, liclng the first
ami sound Imitation. Tho third liat
tnllon of the second Infantry will
icllovo tho second battalion of the
Twentieth Infantry ami will bo otn
Franc mo, Cal., mid upon arrival
they will report to the cumiiinmlliic
officer, I'rcsldlo of S.in Prauclsto, for
n four montlis' voitiso of Instruction
In tho training school for cooks mid
bakers. Private Chi 1st J, Itothman,
Company 1?, ns took; l'rlvato Cljdo
h. Roberta, Company (1 as baker.
To General Hosja'tal.
Upon rcconimendiitloii of tho sur
geon, tho following enlisted men left
on the transport Sherman for San
Frannlsto, reporting upon arrival to
tinned at Kurt Shaffer. This will bo! tho commanding officer, V. 8. Army
the first time for four jcars that n
ihaiiRO In tho Twontleth Infantry oc
curred. It was oxpected that this
General Hospital, I'rcsldlo of Sail
Francisco, for further observation
nnd treatment: l'rlvato Carrol Tuck-
battalion was going to be sent to cr. Company F, and Corporal l'nt-
Fort Leavenworth, Knn but tho
change wns noticed jesterday, when
tho mall arrived with tho order. This
battalion will leave lt former post
In nil excellent condition.
Entertainment Next Saturday.
There will be n dnncrj nt Fort
Shatter next Saturday night, glvon
by tho bojs of the post. This will
bo the first dance nt Shatter for two
years. Thp diiiiclifi.,wlllcoiiimem.u
at 8 o'clock sharp. A largo crowd
Is expected, as there wns n largo
number1 of Invitations sent out to
To States for Discharge.
Tho following-named enlisted men
from this post left on tho transport
Shcrnuin for Snn Frannlsco. report
ing upon arrival to Fort McDowell,
Cal.. for discharge: I'rlvnto Hudolf
It. I'ruercrt. Hospital Corps; Corporal
Hobcrt i:. llrady, Privates Georgo N.
Anderson. Frank K. Ilnumguart, Hnzo
Newhouse, Clnrcnco II. Stono. Sto.
phen Zagrzowskl, Company E; Scr
gcniit James J. Osteon, Privates Her
bcrt C. Jorgonson. Chnrlcs Larson
nnd Lars S. Sorenson, Company F:
Privates MarcTis L. Lnshloy nnd Nor-
us S. Mocr, Company O; Privates
Amos rctorson. Chnrlcs W. floss nnd
William Snapp. Company II. ThlslH
tho start for tho men of this bat
talion (o leave. Next month's trans
port will Anko about four times an
many as this liatclh, ns most all tho
men aro very shoit timers.
To Cooks and Bakers' School.
Tho following-named enlisted men
rick H. llurctt. Troop Q, Fifth Cuv
Prlvnto tieorgo sciinapp, iiospuai
Corps, nnd Prlvnto Harry I.ual
Troop II. Fifth Cnvnlry, having been
reported fit for duty by tho surgeon
at this station, will proceed to join
their V'per stations at Schoficld
Ilarracksj mid report upon arrival to
the iwminlindlng ontcer'for "duty". "
APPEAL TO SKIN
If you hnvo a friend sufforlng from
oczema, tell us ubout It tho next tlmo
you are In tho store.
Many eczema suffcrors lmo tried so
many useless remedies nnd Bpent M
much money with doctors that thty
practically despair. If thoy only knew
(of tho simplest homo euro for eczema!
It is nothing moro than oil of winter
green compound (as mixed In D. D. D.
Used with glycerine, thymol and
other healing Ingredients In liquid
form, this Blmplo remedy penetrates
tho pores of tho skin, killing tho ec
zema germs while toning up tho heal
thy part of tho skin.
If you will suggest to your friend
nffllctcd wllli eczema to call, wo shall
be glad to explain to uny sufforor
about I). D. D. Prescription.
Honolulu Drug Co. Fort St.
Citizens to Prepare Floats
An rrfort will probably bo made by
the Floral I'nrado committee to havn
soino kind of representation In tho
pageant of cicry stntc In the tlnlnn
A lead has been taken In this direc
tion by Cnllfornlnn "Native Rons," of
whom thero aro many In tho Terri
tory. Director Wall has been noti
fied that Cnllfornln will bo irry con
spicuous In tho parado this year
Ohio is another State which has
supplied moro than an even propor
tion of prominent citizens to Hawaii,
nnd which will also be represented,
Wyoming will nlso not be forgotten
by tho committee, for this State Is
Blngutnrly strong In tho Islands in
Federal ofllco appointees who should
be nblo to make h mngnlflccnt show
I Ing on n decorated float
Although almost every stato In tho
Union has furnished n number of cit
izens to Hawaii, it will of courso bo
difficult to havo each commonwealth
equally represented, but tho conunlt-
tco hopes to get In toucn with ono or
moro persons from nil of the States,
with n view to having somu kind of n
combination Stato entry
"Old Hnwall" Is uIro to bo repre
sented In tho next i'nrado In moro
clnbornto stylo than heretofore. This
fcatiiro will bo looked after cscc!al!y
by A. II. Ford, who has been ap
pointed by Chairman Hughes ns u
special committee for the purpose.
Mr. Fo'rd proposes to reproduce In
floats soino of the features of tho old
missionary days, tho chief effort In
which direction will probably be In
tho reproduction of n model of tho
original grass church built bv tho
first missionaries shortly alter their
arrival here, and which soncd as the
only place of worship In Honolulu
for n number of jears, Tho Floats
Committee spent some time yesterday
In going over the details of n pro
posed historical section, which if car
ried out will bo of exceeding Interest,
nnd will portray n number of Im
portant events In the development' of
The splendid floats In last year's
parado cntored by the Ynlo and Har
vard clubs (one of which secured n
first prlzo) has been tho Inspiration
of representatives of other colleges
to see their almn mntcr accorded n
similar place of honor this vonr.
Thero Is probably no city In tho world
in which educational Institutions aro
so widely and strongly represented
as In Honolulu, and a section-of unl
vorslty nnd collegu floats 'would bo'ii
revelation Ho tho, stranger. Stanford
has nl ready been hoard from throuch
un enthusiastic son, nnd others nro
oxpected 'ns soon as the committeo
can got around to look Into this mat
People who hnvo money to
should got It Insured.
-The King and the Hawk
Trustees of Oceanic Steam
ship Company Again
SAN FItANCISCO, Nov. 25. Argu
ment In tho suit brought nearly n
)cnr ago by Claim A. mid Itudolph
SprcckoU against tho Union Trust
Compuny of S.m Francisco ns trustee
for tho Oceanic Steamship Company
wus heard In Judge Murasky's court
jcsteidiiy. Tho SprcckoU brothers, as
executora of tho will of tho Into Clans
Spreckcls, allege mismanagement and
neglu.it on thb part of tho trust com
pany nnd ok tho court to dismiss tho
company from Its olllio of trustee.
Tho argument heard yesterday, on
n demurrer, related to tho power of
tho court to dismiss a trustee
Attorney II. S. Heller, representing
tho defendant, In support of tho de
murrer, hold that tho court n milv
empowered to remove a trusteo whoni
It was piovcu that tho property con
trolled hud suffered or was In daugor
"In this enso," Hollor Bald, "tho
property consists of ships and monoys
In bunk, none- of which has boon or Is
It was declared that tho terms of
the deed of trust wero tho only rulos
governing tho trustees In administra
tion Heller declared tho caso ono
of interpretation of the deed. Ho
rr.ld ho was not concerned In the al
legations made in tho complaint
against directors of tho trust com-
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
'Three Timet You
Hive Cheated M
or My urinn-
LONG, Ions tlmo ngo," said daddy ono evening to Jack and Evelyn
after tho lamps had been lit and all was qulto cozy for tho chll
dreu's bedtime story, "thero was a king in Tcrsla named Genghis
Klinn. Ho was a great king and a very proud man, who wanted to
hnvo his own way always. Ho was very fond or nunting-, auu ono oi u wayo
in which ho hunted was with a hawk."
"How wns that, daddy?" asked Jack. ""
"Initio olden days." said daddy, "pcoplo trained hawkB to hunt for them.
The bird would fly high in tho air. nnd If it saw any small animal in tho grass:
it would swoop down nnd thus show tho hunter whero tbo animal lay. On
gbls Khan had ono hawk of which ho was very fond, and ho took tha bird
with him ono" day when ho went hunting. ,.,,,
"Returning from tio liuqt. with tho hawk sitting on his wrist, tho king
found himself very thirsty. Ho bad becomo separated from bis companions,
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SO HO UUU UO OllO liruuuu unu iu v.. .- ...-. - --. - . , ,lv
. . . ii i n.i T .hull rm tn Ilia anrtnir which Is .l'"".
my pocket sa.a i o ki. g -.-- .- U w I That the alleged mlscondutt of tho
near mo piaco nero t " " . . ':,,;, ,
"Soon tho king arrived nt tho placo whero tho water was trickling down
between two rocks, drop by drop. As ho bent over to fill hi. cup tho hawk
flow Into the air, but when the cup was filled and tho king lifted it to bis ltpt
tho bird flew down and knocked tbo cup out of tho king's band. That mado
the king angry, for ho was very thirsty, but ho bent over and filled tho cup
again This happened three tlmei."
"Why did tho bird do that, daddy?" was Evelyn's question.
"I Uten. child, nnd you shall hear," said daddy. "When tho bird knocked
tho cup out of tho king's hand tho third tlmo ho lost his temper. Three
times you hnvo cheated mo of my drink.' said ho. 'If you do it again I shall
cut off your head.' And with one band ho held his drawn sword v,hlle with
tho other he held tho cup to bo filled. Again tbo bird flow down and knocked
tho cup out of the Wing's hand. This tlmo It fell between two stones, where
tho king could not get It. Hut as the hawk struck tho cup Genghis Uhan
swept around his sword and cut off tho bird's head.
Hut tbo king was biui tuim, u u '"" '- , -
which tho water flowed, and thero lying in tho water bo saw dead snake, of
Iho most poisonous kind. Tim poor hawk had tried to-warnMio.klnK of th.
danger of drinking tho water. 'and when he saw tho dead snako bo understood
tho bird's action. 'I will never agalu do nythInS In anger said tho king."
trustees must bo specifically sot forth,
WUB another contention. Ho said tho
complaint was Incompleto, j
Many points of u more technical
nature were taken up by him. I
Heller declared that the provisions
of tho deed had been carried out ul-l
most to tho letter, the only deviations
bolng by permission of tho directors. I
In tho ortglnnl suit brought by thoi
executors of Clans Sprctkels' will
conspiracy among the directors of tho
trust comp.iii) was charged, lit addl-J
tlon to mismanagement and neglect.
It wus alleged that some of tbo
fhlp& lial been kept Idle, to the lois
of the company; that others 'vers
sufforlng friim want of repairs, i. y
that Oeeanlo'fitenmBlilp Company ilv-'
liliMiili liml ImXit u'lint.ilil v utiuuitmtcil I
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Itfoetottr toy route It rntu on no ichfJnte eicfptltee owner'i will.
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
Have you ever noticed that It is the man who
does not own an automobile who does most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you far outweigh
the price that you would have to pay for them in
money. Doing without a motor car means doing
without the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile Is the most efficient private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It Is ready to go at a
moment's notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
over any route. It runs on no schedule except the owner's
will. It helps him to entertain his friends and business
anociates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family out
into the country In the sunshine and fresh air, giving
them enjoyment and health. It is so durable that it out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride in It for hours without fatigue.
For $1500 you can buy a servant that will do all theie
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for $1500 that would give you as much pleasure and as
much profit as this motor car? Twenty horses and car-.rlgei-couW-not-do
it for you. nor one thousand railroad
trips. In fact, there is no other way except with a motor
car that you can live this life and have these pleasures.
Does Jijoo seem like a large price to pay for this service?
(' a Crtal Pleatur (o Build
Even the man who builds a
really good car at tremendous
expense is happy in doing it.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
builds a really good car at
reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like the Chal
mers! That man hai a right
to be happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of offering people the same
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. That's
something a strong man can
take pride In.
The designing of the Chat
mera "30" was a two years'
task. Our designers took ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European
and American uullders. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of ita
The Chalmers "30" is the car
that won the 1910 Glidden
Trophy in competition with
cara twice its'price and power.
The Chalmers "30" has
never been defeated in any im
portant contest by a car of ita
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for service and does not re
quire extreme power or seat
ing capacity for more than five,
will find every requirement an
swered ip-this wonderful car.
The igtt models are on ex
hibition at our showrooms.
We shall be glad to give you a
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., HONOLULU
CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY, Detroit, Michigan,
Ucented antttr SelJen Patent)
Is the kind wc bought for our Winter demand. The Roods
as now shown in the store fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATEES for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The OR. DENTON SLEEPING GARMENT for Children
is the newest article wc have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. Sec the line, and the
garments will sell themselves. These goods arc priced in
this store as they are in New York, CIVcago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor King and Bolhol Streets.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we are showing are DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you see this display.
We invite you to call.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
Have You Thought About
Willi miy una vf theso you
can miiko tho prettiest HOLI
DAY Uirr nt tho lcibt cost.
Lewers & Cooke,
Ask Us About Them
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea t
Phone 3085 P. 0. Box 491
Will do it
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
Dr. Hugh L. Dickejr
Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat, 1160 Ala
ken street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone Mii.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Beit in the Market
HTENRY MAY 4 CO.
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