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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 18, 1911.
17 IU1 4 II DS3 iflT Ml! SOI ARE GREAT, . BEEN GREAT, II SILL BE VETLESEN, L. M. Descendant of the Vikings. Re ceives more kicks than any other man in town and deserves them. McCANDLESS, JAMES S. (Sunny Jim) The best and most popular fellow in town. WATPRHOU8E, ALDERT. Promoter of diversified industries. Is a sweet and pliable young man. lias honey and rubljcr on the brain. WALDRON, FRED. L. Comtui.'r inn merchant, liar, a cinch on r vor.v 1 lii nsr, including or- s angers. Also distributes soap mid embalmed beef. Willing to accept a dollar if it is offered him. Was at. one lime president, of tho Mer chants' Association. WHITE, OSCAR. Deals in explcrlves, hardware, etc. ' Is the best nd.-wiikr in Honolulu. Irs prominent in spm tin?? circles. Is distantly related to I'M. Palis. His f-Uinciiig can be found in IJru.il stieet's. Ago unknown. WATSON, EDWARD M. Attorney nr law. 1 ikes to make trips to Washington. Is in Wabl awa water and ways it's lino. Tried to make Coiigrens believe it was his, but pot unake-l. WILDER, CHARLES T. Tax Assesscr of the Island of Chi hu, and the people like t(t have him and his assistants call. LORD, E. J. Successful contractor. Looks pleased when in an automobile. Is passionately devoted to joy-rides. Breaks a machine occasionally just to show his ability in the ait of money-making as well as spending it. Is now breaking water at llilo. His favorite expression is, "firing on your Eskimos". WOOD, DR. C. B. Physician and surgeon. Very quiet. Is not a wood butcher. De lights in sawing bones. Has an of fice in town. MclNERNY, WM. H. Merchant. Past Exalted Ruler of the Elks. Very attentive to the la dies. Sizes up the situation correct ly. Prominent, member of the Pro motion Committee. WOOD, HARRY P. Head of Promotion Committee. Motto: Pay and I'll promote. WITHINGTON, DAVID L. Lawyer-and President Bar Asso ciation. Likes Hawaii better than he did San Diego. Hasn't the hir sute W. I!, has. Has a deep, mellow voice. Missed his vocation and should have gone on the stage. Is father of a famous athlete. WINTER, FRANK L. Accountant. Can always show you fads and figures. VON HAMM, C. C. Interested in automobiles. Bosom friend of Manager Woinzhcimer of the Pioneer Mill Co. Slips up on a rale occasionally. Very affable and courteous, especially to a customer. Came very near being selected to Impersonate Adonis at a church fair. WICHMAN, H. F. Jeweler. Sole owner and proprie tor of Honolulu's Tiffany. Wears his hair like a porcupine and is proud of his good looks. WILLIAMS, HENRY H. An Undertaker, and when it comes to looking after the dead ones, is there with the goods. Complains that business is dull. PFOTENHAUER, WM. Consul of Germany and Norway and vice president, of II. Hnckfeld & Co. Is suspected of being a Her man. PETRIE, THOMAS H. Secretary Castle & Cooke. An island boy; an expert on sugar con ditions. Likes to drive away dull care once In a while. YOUNG, ARCHIBALD A. Owner in fee of the Young Hotel. Is Scotch and likes it. CARTER, J. OLIVER Banker and member Pacific Club. Likes to handle dough and plenty of it. Ladies tire all fond of him and incidentally the boys. DOYLE, JACK. A railroad man of rare ability. Took first prize at Walluku as a jockey. Laughs with an open face and furnishes Innocent amusement for the children. A versatile talker and a great hit with the fair sex. DRAKE, WALTER F. Collector of Internal Revenue. Takes to water like a duck. Soon to retire but heretofore not under a cloud. Is now a spirituali.it, but. Boon to become a materialist. COOKE, CLARENCE H. Banker ami clubman. Believes In mriigages, slocks and bonds.. In fact, they are the apple of hiu eye. Aflable and pleasant on all occa sions. Recently nit the booze. Lhtuor dealers rejoice because he did. COOPER, DR. CHARLES B. Physician. Member of the Insan ity Board. Also tho original Siinon Piire 101k. Friends are wondering how , he would look if he shaved off that ' beard. PERKINS, ROSCOE W. Photographer. Is noted for his ha'ppy disposition in spite of the fact 1' that he owns and drives his own auto. "Look pleasant, please." WAYSON, JAMES T. Physician and Burgeon (not nu , jjihcUic). Is an Elk. Very friendly Atcherley and Wallach. Has hal lucinations and hears voices in the f'Sewer of his Imagination." Other ' vise he is O. K. His ofliee is con veniently located near the Queen's Hospital. WHITNEY, WM, L. i Judge of the Juvenile Court. Was klr.cated in the Castle kindergarten and still has the habit, lias aspim- SOI HAVE tions to an Associate .Tu dieeship. Owns an auto by which ho is run. Member of the Young Men's Chit Association. WHITEHOUSF, LOUIS M. The dam conti actor. Bern under an aurora ho realm. Likes "Fernet" occasionally. Formerly called "Brick" but now Rosy. Speaks Kn glish llitenlly. Makes a pood cock tail when his n lends are not look- U J f, - 1 HENSHALL, GEORGE F. Sace-lillcr on the Star. Is a bright constellation on all occasions. Lends luster to the papers he repre sents. As the chairman of the Pub licity Committee is the real McCoy. Can always be depended upon at all times to either borrow, beg or steal news. Js a side-kh ker of Bob Breck ons, but no one knows the reason. An all-around good fellow. ing. Is one of the editors of tho P. u 1 1 e t i n . WELLS, GEORGE S. Proprietor Royal Hawaiian Car age, otherwise known as "The Squeeze". Never known to burn up an auto or anything else. BRECKONS, ROBERT W. IT. S. District Attorney. Smokes cigarettes and feels put. out if he can't get his hands on all the dope that comes into tho country. Wise 1 WW 4 m WALKER, SAMUEL A. A society and ladies' man of the highest development. Always to be counted on in social festivilies, al though for some unknown reason he got, aboard Hie rlrei t sprinkler. A most valuable acquisition to an auto party, if you can keep him from jumping out. as an owl but looks like a farmer. BRIGH AM, WM. T. Director Bishop Museum. Pre tends to be a continued woman hater. Thinks that every man that smokes, tliould he executed. Always tries to look unpleasant when he does not forget himself, and insists that everybody remove their lials while in his presence. PARIS, EDWIN H. A sober and industrious man who never says, much and all be says "don't count". Looks most Intelli gent when he knows absolutely noth ing about the subject. Knows the hardware business and is always po lite. CHILLING WORTH, CHARLES F. Tall, handsome and has a merry laugh. Was an athlete once, lias not yet. lost any ..flesh from over work; In fact, never was known to work except in a boat-race where he couldn't get out of it. Expects to he the real I bins at the coining ses sion of the Legislature.!. LANGTON, WM. H. Supposed to bo the editor of the Paradise of the Pacilie. Fond of Chinese dinners and good stories. Looks wise and baa tin able partner. PAXSON, SUMNER S. Manager Singer Sewing Machine Agency. Is often seen In company wit.li Lightfoot. Is the; real thing when it comes to selling sewing ma chines. HAGENS, J. F. C. .Manager Pacific (luauo and Ferti lizer Co. A (Ionium by accent. En tertains lavishly. Interested in the growth of sugar cane. Can he dis tinguish in a crowd by his scent. RATH, JAMES K. Superintendent of Pahima Mission. Vocation unknown.' Suppoite'd by subscriptions. Contemplates joining the Bar Association. s 1 I 3 ; - YOUNG, NORMAN B. Although but a shrimp in size l.i a lobster big in his own eyes. HERTSCHE, J. H. Manager Hotel Trust. Especially popular among the Shriners. Knows how to run a hotel but don't want the fact to he known. Menu cards furnished on application. BERG, ARTHUR. An insurance man of the first wa ter. Knows how to keep his temper but not his hair. Rent automobile insula nee is Ids long suit. BERGSTROM, JAMES W. Manager Honolulu .Music Co. Sold out some years ago and went to Ore gon to raise apples, got cold feet and joined the Come-Back Club. BIGGS, CLARK. Is, a perambulating encyclopedia of lifeless Information. Is a pessimist. Sees Hawaii and everything- and ev erybody going to the bow-wows, but you couldn't pull him out of the country with a block and tackle. CASTLE, JAMES B. . Otherwise known as "Fox Jim." Promoter and all around athlete in the linancial world. Is a great be liever in timber, but it. must be good. Knows a good thing when he , rocs it. That's why he employs Sam Johnson as manager of his lumber- mill at Pahon, Hawaii. DRUMMOND, MALFORD H. , Has a sweet, angelic, calm and even disposition. Voted "no" at the recent, plebiscite. Handles the funds of the Elks Ixidge. EDINGS, WM. S. A passive scut of a chap from the Sunny South, but manages to make his presence known once in a while. COHEN, JOEL C. Fiat of all. he is a child. His joys are simple and his wants few. Is eai ily pleased and will laugh at any thing even his own bum jokes. Smoke rotten cigars all the time, and is a thorough politician. COOPER, WILL J. Journalist? Writes with a pair of shears for the Promotion Committee. COYNE, ARTHUR. Lieutenant Colonel First Regi ment of Hawaii. Expert marksman. Could hit, a barn if not too far off. DOLE, SANFORD B. The father of his country. An able kind-hearted man and is res pected by every one in the com munity. PETERS, EMIL C. Attorney at law and ex-Attorney Cenoral. Noted for his ability to win cases. Is a firm believer in never doing on Monday what he can put oil' till Friday. ADAMS, W. b.. - Rlanngcn- Of the Royal Hawaiian Opera House, lias recently become the side partner of Calve. Distin guished also as a lavish spender. DAVIS, GEORGE A. The II vest wire of the legal fra ternity. Buildings tremble when lie talks. Would rather argue than eat, - gets mad and has lucid intervals. Acts na though he would like to fight. V.'ns where lie belonged jn the last Shriners parade.- Expects soon to become an Flk. DEKUM, EDWARD. A quiet and unassuming fellow, very popular with the ladies. A hard worker, "to hear him tell it," and a member of the Come-Bac k Club. Oft en hides his genius, under a bushed. WATERMAN, CLARENCE FERRET. Booze-bottler and brewer. Mana ger Honolulu Bureau of (!os,sip. Works overtime! trying to find out what his friends are doing. Resi dence, Kakaako. KLUEGEL, GEO. T. - denial Secretary Honolulu Lodge tilti, J I. P. O. E., when not working. Assistant head of the tin-pan depart ment of T. li.-Davies & Co. Wears glasses and is looked upon as "the whilo man's hope'. Was educated, but isn't now. ANDREWS, LORRIN A. A fat, chubby-faced lad from the wilds of New York. Always was and forever will be an unsophisticated youth. Nephew of Lorrin A. Thurs ton. Member of the Come-Back Club from Shanghai, Reno, etc. Captures the fair ones with bis winning smiles. ARMITAGE, HARRY. A solemu-vluaged personage who posscuaes n deep voice and an intel lectual expression. DAMON, SAMUEL M. Knows a good thing when he sees it. Looks wise and says little. CANAVARRO, A. de SOUZA. Consul (leneral of Portugal. Can serve a republic or a kingdom with equal lovnlly. CARTER, GEORGE R. Ex-t!ovei nor of Hawaii. Teddy's pet. Asks everyone's advice and takes none. A man of action. CARTWRIGHT, BRUCE. Insurance man. As easy-going as a bell cow. , i.i ' V I"? f - " ' y ; 1 ' g 1 1' ' - ' -i X 7 ML BELSER, JOHN J. Contractor and boomer. Makes limes but not lemons. Very fond of red paint. . " ' '' " v - ATKINSON, A. L. C. Graceful as a coil of rope and pass ing fair. A lawyer by profession? Made! a real hit when he shipped tin." Russian laborers here for the' Hoard of Immigration. The girls he falls in love with immediately become en gagedto some other fellow. Al ways happy and well pleased with himself. McCORMAC,' DR. JAMES T. Wealthy physician from Oregon. Met a stray Elk fremi the local herd and learned cif Hawaii's pretty maid ens and hula dancers. Told his wife he was suffering, with rhqumnt ism and had to come W Hawaii; for lfis health. Has, spent the winter here , and become, an authority on things HIGH, DR. C. B. Composer of those touching b li bels,: "O! Dr. High, Why don't you buy?" and "O! Rough house Rich," etc., etc. Isn't quite so numerous as lie used to be, but still pulls molars at the same old stand. Hawaiian, and learned to hula. Hasn't the rheumatism any more. Is sure to return. BODGE, EDWARD E. Manager von Ilamm-Young gar age. Is an I'.'lk. Has wheels and gas. BOISSE, GASTON J. Press, foreman Hawaiian Bazette Co. Tools his own horn ami seems happv. BALLENTYNE, CLINTON G. M:inager Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land Co. Successor to Payne's mule-car system. Looks intelligent and it is hcliewd he Is sane. Has n large supply of compressed air and is going to use some! of it on his ears. BARON, PROF. PETER. Has a school of Physical Torture, and rubs you right. Can make a prize -lighter or wrestler out of u .Sunclav school supe:rinlondont. BOTTOMLEY, ALLEN W. T. Baiiki'r. Believe s ill compound in terest and pb-nty of it. BOYER, FRANK 0. Manager Dearborn Drug & Chem ical Co. Olb'Twise known as "Oily Frank" -not because of his smooth ness but because he is, there with the Roods. Is Noble Orand of Ex celsior Lodge I. O. O. I''., but no one knows why. BALCH, JOHN A. Mamiger Wireless Department of the; Mutual Telephone Co. Full of hot-air and currents. Is in touch Willi all the gossip. BALDWIN, HENRY P. The uncrowned King of Maul. It is rumored I bat I here are a few acres of land in his realm which lie does not own. ANDERSON, ROBERT W. ' Cricket player. Speaks with a f.trong German-Scotch accent. Is good-looking and knows it. Is u bet 4 :u SI r ter authority on the "Hoot Mem" dance than the hula. CHILLINGWORTH, CHARLES F. Almost President of the Senate. l)oes a little lawyer business occa sionally. Athletic philanthropist when the long green is in sight. Handsome, tall, gay, and debonair. (In at oarsman. Always comes in second but says he could have beat en Alex. Robertson and Cupid if ho wanted to. EFFINGER, JOHN. A curio and in the business.. In everything. Flimflams the Fiji isl anders Into making Hawaiian curios for the benefit of unsophisticated tourists. Sells anything from a brick building to a kuktii nut. FARRINGTON, WALLACE R. Editor of the Evening Bulletin "The best paper in town." Deposed by t ho Elks. Writes Idiotorials. The easiest thing he ever did was the moving of the Bulletin nearer ";tbe civic- center and the Elks build ing. Is a firm believer in govern ment by commission. Put twenty three lids on Walter (1. Smith oh his return to Hawaii. MATHESON, RODERICK O. A brilliant journalist. An adept with the! shears and paste pot. Knows how to hold his job and write what, lie is told. SCHUMAN, GUSTAVE A. Born in Ireland. Raised on Ha waii. Never known to get the worst cf a bargain. Will sell any old thing but buv nothing.' TENNEY, E. D. Sugar magnate. Very pleasant and affable. Always wears. a smile except when ho hears the name of Hone st John McCrosson. KALAUOKALANI, DAVID, Jr. County Ch rk, City and County of Honolulu. Surpasses all of his pred ecessors, for clerical efficiency. Is a lite-f i 1 1 1 -1' on t he Job. KENNEDY, JAMES A. President, Outrigger Club. Fond of boating. Always glad to see you when you come to buy a tic ket. Has been indicted for the promiscuous is suance of free passes on his line of dugouts. Petition already filed to declare him a spendthrift. .1. Alfred All -Goon has applied for the job. LEVY, JULES M. Grocer. Very affable when you are a customer. Doesn't eat every thing ho sells. Was once nn Elk but now a Native Son of the Golden West. JOHNSON, SAM. Born so young that he had to be gin life at an early age, Is a Chil ean by birth. Is wasting his politi cal talents in Pahoa. Would like to make the .laps and Russians citi- WATERMAN, CLARENCE F. A simple-minded youth, content Willi ephemeral joys, lias a face like a cherub. A hellion with the ladies, who really think he is sane and knows all the gossip. 4 i??y flu . ' zens so he could have a government, of his own. HARRIS, W. W. Promote r and small fanner. Itaises cotton, pineapples, mahogany, eliia, juniper berries and cane generally, lias hopes testamentary of soon be coming a gloated bondholder. Likes oil; is otherwise ail right. JARRETT, WM. P. "Our Bill." Is handsome and ad vertises it. Otherwise known as Ma kal Nui (Sheriff). Has taking ways. Will be on the lid for the next two years if not. longer. Likes lunus anil Chinese dinners for educational pur poses. HEYDENRUCH, RUDOLPH Manager dining-room Young Cafe. Familiarly known as Heine, but no relation to lleintz, the ph kb v. but likes the latter Just the same. Has a smile that won't come oh. Sets up a good dinner and charges ac cordingly. SOPER, COL. JOHN H. Boltle-s.caried vcleian of many savage engagements. Distinguished himself at the battle of Waikiki. when one man was ina.'.sacriHl and the rest shot with the camera. HEILBRON, WM. F. The beef magnate and salt dog op erator. Lives on luscious liver. Knows brains when he sees t ln-ni. but has little of his own. Heel's con tinually. An old bam and tries to put everything and everybody on tin! pork. M'CARTHY, CHARLES J. Lone Democrat. Was born in Italy. Has lie; acc ent. Has. entered Paradise! accompanied by two good partners. Runs the Donna and Is an Adonis. Strong believer In local weeklv papers. BROWN, JAKE. Searcher of records. The most so ciable man In (own. Always carries a blight pmilo. Extracts everything lie can from abstracts, but doesn't believe .in ge tting paid in the ab stract. ASHLEY, GEO. W. Raconteur and l!on Vivant. Is an all-around good scout. BELLINA, CHARLES H. Proprietor Hotel de Cheval (in plain Fulled States, a horse). Al ways ready to accommodate with side curtains on his buggies. Has the dope on the gilded youth of the! town. HODGINS, ARTHUR G. Chiropodist and manicurist, also practices medicine among his many accomplishments. Is now eligible to become an Elk. HAMILTON, JAMES ARCHIBALD. Steward Commercial Club, alias Old Ham. Doles out darned dopy dinners. HENDRY, EUGENE R. U. S. .Marshal. Busiest bird in the burg. Sits up all night worrying ' , L v. r , i N, HALL, CHARLES B. Has a happy, guileless smili! and fe-tehing dimples, irrisistibb- to the fair sex. Perpetrates a continuous performance of Puck on the Public and takes the punishment incident upon his outrageous puns Willi the air of a philosopher. over what he will do next day and then sleeps on it. Cages people but. Isn't in one himself. Has an appe tite! like u canary bird. HARRISON, FRED. Contractor, constructor, destruc tor, brewer, sugar baron, oil mag nate, etc., etc., etc. Born in Hono lulu but speaks English. Will give a litau when he collects his claim against the P. G. Government. COKE, JAMES L. Practices law when ot on Maui Came to Hawaii busted and is now a multi-millionaire. Made his mo ney by never spending a cent. Passes the hat every Sunday at church jus-f to see the coin coming his way. Is a woman hater ami has the utmost scorn for those who dunce the hula. Is accused of in spiring the re'-ent newspaper de nunciation of the hula and geisha dances. SORENSON, OLLIE. Civil Engineer. Puis in most of bis time measuring up piles of Po hakiis for the Bishop Estate.- Wise" as a tree full of owls. The weather has a decbleel effect on his disposi tion. At times is epiiel, dignified ami sedate. KRUGER, HANAWAKI. Supervisor and watch destroyer. Supreme ,Chan"cllor or the! Onion Growl. Is the busiest tiling em the Board of Soups. Speaks Italian, Slavonian. Russian. Chinook. Chi nese ami Choctaw fluently. Requires an interpreter in English. Acts ac cordingly. HAIR, "BOBBIE." Banker and butter. Born at Ka lapaim. Got his Scotch accent from the natives of that district. Never wears shoes, because his feet are toughened by the pahoehoe. Quick est dresser known. Time from his residence to the Bank, one minute Jf ejS, and a half. Is an enthusiastic This tle!', proficient bag-pipe player, ami dances a Scotch hula to his own music. FREAR. DR. P. F. Tooth ami leg puller. Talks with his month but through his hat. Is a novicl'e at the game of dominoes. Believes in land delas. Has hever been known to be bunkoed. Is a dis tant relative of the Governor, which no one would suspect. HORNER. J. L. Court scribbler and Master of the Exchequer at the "Hold Up Court." Has a very noisy, quarrelsome dis position, therefore remains at homo iimst of the time in order to learn ehvininees. Is a vigorous athlete. Take'-- long cross country jaunts. Aa : . 'if ip LYNCH, JAMES P. To judge from his appearance one would say that he! drank. Indeed, the bowl neve r overflowed if he saw it in time. Amuses himself by ask ing people foolish questions when they apply for a license to run an automobile. Always to he found at the foot of the gangway when steamers arrive from the Coast, es pecially so if Jack Scully is expect ing any new talent- is a member of the "Indoor-Outing Club." IRWIN, CHESTER. Does time at Aiea Plantation. Visits Honolulu occasionally. Has a pale, studious, and owl like look out of his face duo to close confine ment. DOYLE, J. WALTER. Oil operator. Gravitates hetweeTS San Francisco and Honolulu. Form erly chased illicit booze sellers for Undo Sam, disguised as a cowboy. Likes creme in his petroleum. GEAR, A. V. Small farmer. Formerly real es tate dealer, boomer ami buster. Be lieves in the country for the land's sake. Is a professional guardian. Expects to make e)dlcs of money in cotton. DUNN, "TOMMY." Admiral of the goo.) old ship "Cuckoo." Very dignified. Makes ladies' bonnets as a pastime. Breaks a leg or two in an automobile once in a wliile. Otherwise is pprtec'l" harmless. FERN. J. J. Mare of Honolulu. Doesn't be lieve in race suicide, ami worshlya the teeth of his Miicestorsi Has a' monomania on a' lending limits- giv en by others, but has profound lapse of memory when askeel when he is giing to give his long prom ised lunii to celebrate Ills recent elect ion. Deep personal friend of Harry Murray, whom he pats lov ingly cm the back in private, but viciously assaults in public. GARTLEY, ALONZO. Consulting engineer for Brewer & Co. Has u very fiery, excitable tem perament. Tears his hair violently when things go wrong. Announces himself vigorously in public places. Has been known to take a few good pictures. BERGER, HENRI (Commonly called Heine). Music and ear-drum destroyer. Compose marches, such br "The Ca ble Has Came." "()! You Gulllblej Carter," etc., etc. Is one of the es labllshed institutions of Hawaii, and has been such for ilirty-dree years. Yes? No? Vol? Is always blowing himself COKE, H. M. Lawyer, newspaper man, oil mag nate, school teacher, and a general all around athlete'. Sits up nights counting his money since he Btruck oil. lias winsome winning ways with the wahini s. Is sensitive about being shoit. Is a bosom friend of Copeland, Case. Lnfkin & Co. CUNHA. A. R. (Sonny). - - Mother's angel c hild, is a rattler at rag lime. Formerly practiced law to please the ohl man. Gave that Up for baseball, from that graduated ii.tii Hie musical world, where he has ever since disturbed the peaee ami eniiet of the nocturnal h'us, by omitting weird ati.l wondrous soiimls. DAVIS, D. H. (Dickie). ' Slaiteq his strenuous career at a young and tender age on a stormy sea. The ohl business he hasn't followed is that of an undertaker, because he never db like dead ones! Is a brilliant writer and a worse sloiy-iollor. Is an ardent admirer of Geoigo Carter and Judge Kings bury, , : BUCHLY, R. J. Piesident nf Peacock's Thirst Bu reau. Fiddles on a fiddle and Is built like one. Expert "chauffeur." Runs on the high gear at four miles an hour. (Continued on Page 19.) .