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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1911.
9 SHOW YOU A STOCK OF imonds as any you may find . Our prices can beat means a whole' tot to be pleased to show uote prices. ...R.Vieira&Co. I3 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS S. E. Lucas OPTICIAN Masonic Building, corner Hotel and Alakea The best Lenses in town to fit every eye. DIUCHURMANN Osteopath 175 BEEETANIA STREET Phone 1733 M mum 11111 Automobile Supplies & Repairing . Associated Garage, limited RING UP THE Oahu Auto Stand GAY & MILLER, Trops. Packards, Kissel, and the onlv 1911 6ixCylinder, Seven-Seated Locomobile CAREFUL CHAUFFEURS King and Bishop Phone 3448 Von Hamm - Young Co., Ltd. Pioneers and leaders in the Automobile Business Agents for such well-lnown cars as Packard, Tope-Hartford, Stovens Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer, Bulck, Overland, Baker Electric, and others. LOCOMOBILE "The Beit-Built Car in America" fCHUMiVN CARRIAGE . CO.. LTD Agents POULTRY Ex Lurline FINE CHICKENS AND TURKEYS Telephone 1109 Y CLUB STABLES 1128 FORT STREET Y. Yoshikawa, The BICYCLE DEALER and RE PAIRER, has moved to 180 KING STREET New location Red front, near Young Building. , Telephone 2518. H. Y0SHINAGA Emma Street, above Seretania. New BICYCLES arrived for racing ind general use. Prices, $25 up to $33, without brakes. Repairing and re-tiring done neatly. THE Chas. R. Frazier Company fOUR ADVERTISE!! Phone 1371 122 Kin St. San Francisco Hotels HOTEL STEWART SAN FRANCISCO Geary Street, above Union Squaie Just opposite Hotel St Francis European Plan $1 .60 a day up American Plan $3.00 a day up Steel and brick structure, furnish ings cost $200,000. High class hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus meets all trains and steamers. Hotel Stewart now recognized as Hawaiian . Island headquarters. Cable address, "Trawets" A. B. C. Code. Reservations made through Trent Trust Co., Port Street, Honolulu. Hotel St. Francis Union Square, San Francisco Under the Management of James Woods F AHXJ the bennllfiil Tfiirk tn the heart of the city, willed Is the theatre of tho principal events of the famous festivals of San Francisco, this hotel, In 1 en vironment nml atmosphere, ex presses most pleasantly the comfortable spirit of old Cal ifornia. The royalty and nobility of the Old World mid the Far East and the men , of high achievement in America who assemble here contribute to the cosmopolitan atmosphere of an Institution which represents the hospitality and Individual ity of San Francisco ' to the traveler. The building, which marks the farthest advance of science In service, has now the largest capacity of liny hotel structure In the West, nnd upon comple tion of the Tost street nnnex will .he the largest caravansery In the world. W II ILK. Til K SEItVICE IS UN. USUAL, THE PKICES ARE KCT. European Plan from $2.00 Up HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT RE COVERING YOUR EQUILIBRIUM AT iialeiwa TRY THE WEEK-END AT THAT HOTEL WAIK1KI INN First-Class Familv Hotel Best Bathing on the Beaok W. C. BERG-IN. Pro. Vienna Bakery has the best HOME-MADE BREAD, GERMAN PRETZELS and COFFEE CAKE. Br sure nnd ring up 2124. 1129 FORT STREET SUMMER DAYS AND Pau Ka Hana GOOD THINGS F. E. DAVIS & CO., MERCHANDISE BROKERS Merchant and Nuuanu Streets FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO. 93-95 King Street, near Maunakea Phone 2291 Daily Delivery HAWAIIAN FISHERY. LTb. King Street Fish Market Telephone 2565 Weekly it n 1 1 e 1 1 n $1 per year. Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste rids the house of all vermin in, a night. Drives rats and mice out of the house to die. S oz. box 25c. : 14 oz. box $1.00. Sold brdruiKfist: or sent express prepaid on reoelpt of price STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III A. BLOM IMPORTER FORT STREET . WATCH! WATCH! WATCH, WATCH J Fnr Our NEW DISPLAY OF MILLINERY Dunn's Hat Shop NewSpring Millinery MISS POWER'S Boston Building - Fprt Street Received ex Sierra, the Latest LIGHT-WOOL SPRING SUITS In All Colors . Mrs. F. S. Zeave, 67-68 Young BIdg. GERMAN TOWN WOOLS IN ALL COLORS Also ' D. M. C. COTTON MISS WOODARD'S 1141 Fort Street LEADING HAT CLEANER!. All Kinds of Hats Cleaned' And Blocked. o Acids Used. Work Guaranteed FELIX TURR0. Specialist, 194 Fort Street. 0pp. Convent Honolulu. T. H Dress Goods MEN'S FURNISHINGS YAT HING YEE CHAN & C0., DRY GOODS KINO AND BETHEL STREETS KAM CHONG CO., GENTS' FURNISHINGS Fort and Beretania Street Harrison Block FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS WAH YING CHONG CO., King Street, Ewa Fishmarket WING CHONG CO KTNiJ ST.. NEAR BETHT.L Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses, etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS SION FURNITURE made to order. IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS WING WO TAI & CO. 941 Nuuanu, near King Street 1'IIONhJ 1020 PIINEST FIX And Cloth of Al Quality Can ka Purchased from . ' SAINO CHAN, MC CANDLESS BLDG. P. 0. Box 961 Telephone 1731 Meat Market and Importer! C. Q. YeeHop &Co. Fine Line of Carpenter Tools At the New Hardware Store CITY HARDWARE CO. Kinff and Nnuanu Streets 'BULLETIN ADS PAY" Cable News JAPAN TREATY MADE PUBLIC (Associated Tress Cable.) WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 21. I'onerMs received a startling surprise today, when Secretary to the President Norton tendered to Representative Mil iar of Iowa, in the House, the text ol' the new treaty drawn up with the Jap anese government, while, simultane ously with the receipt of the text in the House, the President presented it to the Senate for consideration. The text of the new treaty hail not hoen expected for some time, and there had been no Intimation that the diplo mats representing America and Julian had concluded their work on the draft. Immigration Elimination. The text of the treaty, which imme diately became public, shows that it has been drawn with special reference to-the elimination of any references to immigration restrictions. It provides that either party to the treaty mny ronqunce It at any time by giving six months' notification. The treaty Is comprehensive in its terms, containing twenty articles, cov ering questions of trade and commerce. LOWER CALIFORNIA AN INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC MEXICAI.I, Feb. 21. The now gov ernment that is to be proclaimed for Lower California Is to he Independent of whatever may bo accomplished by the revolutionists of the Mexican main land, according to the reports that have come from the council room, where the leaders of the revolutionists nnd n number of prominent Mexican and American Socialists are holding a conclave. American Spies. SAN PIEOO, Cal., Feb. 21. Two Americans, captured at Tiajuana, Low er California, by revolutionists are be ing held as spies. They will be tried by court martini tomorrow and If con victed mny be executed. COMMONS DEBATE VETO MESSAGE LONPON, Feb. 21. The crucial mo ment in the attack by the Asquith gov ernment upon the House of Lords has arrived. Today the debate upon the measure aimed at the abolishment of the veto power of the hereditary cham ber was begun In the Commons. All Croat Britain is watching the develop ment of the struggle with Intense In terest. WHAT TO EAT Shrlners! Before you leave the is lands, there are three things you must eat. These three are found only, at the Union Grill. First Fish iv In Grill. Second Broiled Lobster, Hawaiian brand. Third Pineapple Saline. The Grill also makes a specialty of the Hawaiian fruits. You will not have known the joys of Hawaii if you don't get these Rood tilings to eat. LATE ADDITIONS TO THE SHRINER PARTY In 'addition to the names of the vis iting Slirincrs printed yesterday in an other column, the following nre on the excursion, having been booked at a date later than the original list was received here: ' . A A. M. Allison, Bakerslleld, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Brown, Los An geles, Cal.; Miss Itrown, Los Angeles; ,.,n..t iv Ttiirthcliaell. San Francisco, Cal. : Mrs. Ella It. llushnell, Han Diego, ' Cal.; Miss Cretchen Day, Los Angeles, Cal.; (Tories loggers. I.oillsvllle. Ky.; Mrs. H. M. Johnson, San -Francisco, Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Konn"ily, Kilo, T. H.; Herman McKecn, San i.-ronclsnn Cut Mr. and Mrs. 11. H. Tritt,.rsoti S.in Km iieisco. Cal.; Mr. and Mrs, Chris Rebuild, San Francisco, Cal.: George Van Llew, Kan Francisco, Cal. The name of F.' V. I lance appears In the original list as F. W. Hanee. Mr. Nance Is from Los Angeles, ( al. YOUR OPPORTUNITY tf Lnkevlew No. 2 Oil Company makes good you may order your auto mobile. This Is no dream. It is a good flfty-to-one chance In your fav or. Everybody Bhould strivo to bet ter his condition In life, nnd this la your opportunity. Lakeview No. 2 Is a hlgh-claHS oil Investment, managed by men of honor and ability, who re fer you to any bank In Los Angeles regarding their financial standing, i am leaving for the Coast. Phone 3020. During my nbsence Geo. . II. Paul will receive subscriptions for stock. I will be, on my return, glad to furnish Information on any oil property. In that neighborhood to thoso interested. .T. Oswald I.utted, 1139 Forts treet. 3Sjp"For Rent" cards on tale l j !py Wv'" HO t . AK'T .14 V iA'iY fmvv' K ; i V Fr vUt, ti t-,j'-" ' VfLi rfJl - 'u'v- J us A FOR MER JOY mrr -tf"tr r-rti hi m ni'iin r the same as babies. Babies can't take care of themselves, nor can nerves. Babies cry for atten tion so do nerves. Probably both are half starved for proper nourishment. Give them SCOTT'S EMULSION. b3 BRING THE FILMS AND PLATES OF YOUR Carnival and Floral Parade Pictures to us for Developing and Print ing and for Bromide Enlarge ments. We will give care and attention to the work and we know you will be pleased with the result. Honolulu Photo Supply Co. .."Every thing Photographic" FORT, BELOW HOTEL Arts & Crafts Shop Alexander Young Building PICTURES IN COPLEY PRINTS PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO. 1050 Nuuanu Street ICE Manufactured from pure distilled wl er. Delivered to any part of city by courteous drivers, Oahu Ice & Electric Co., Kewalo Telephone 1128 The Most Delicious Ginger Ale- CASCADE RYCROFI'S FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS Telephone 2270 Forcegrowth Will do it SHAW 6V SEVILLE NEW MONUMENT WORKS Kinp Street, Near Alakea Phone 3085 P. 0. Box 491 Assessment No. 13 HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION Honolulu Branch Is due oh November 15, 1910, and becomes delinquent December , IB, 1910. - COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE L W'ATIVE RROMO-QUININB. i re moves the cause, tUse(l the world ovuf to cure a' colli in one day, 15, W, GRf)V",S signature on each box. Mailt bj PRIS MI'DICINE CO., Saint Loui U. S. A, WANTS WANTED. 3mall : Louse, fund lied, two bedroom-'., fi.r couple; iiM cliil.lr n. Want hous,i ijcrinnn inly and at once. Address CY this ollice. 4s14-tf I mm.? widow de.-in-s board nnd room for self; ire for tlirec-y.-nr-old hoy. State term Kern, Cal. Ad. Keith, 12:.':.' K St.. 417-lt A b( oliker-por; young man about Wages according to ability. Apply A. P. McDonald, Pauahl, mar Nu uanu. lS17-tf You to ring up i"2i for Jim Pierce's new Loii r seven-passenger automo bile. Special rates for country trips. 4S:!8-lm I will buy a few good lots In the Ocean . View Tract nt a reasonable price. Address "Investor," Bulletin ofllee. j 4xr.:;-tf You to know Nieper's Express phono numbrr Is 191(1. Furniture and pianos moved to any part of city. Amateurs for liijou Theater. Apply ' between 12 and 1 dally. Job compositor. Apply nt once to Foreman, Bulletin Publishing "Co. Anything of value bought for rash. Carlo, 1117 Fort St. 47.r.3-tt Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin office. SITUATION WANTED. Japanese Cooking School. Families or hotels supplied with cooks. C. M. Mat.ie, 14.17 Auld lane. Tel. 2351. Young Chinese desires work after school hours. Willing to learn. Ad dress P. o. Box lO.'in. 4S.17-2t Upholstering and furniture repairing neatly done. "A. B. .C", Bulletin. 4Sri2-lm AUTOMOBILE. For hire, seven-seated Packard phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand C.hHB. Reynolds. 4640-f LIVERY STABLE. First-class livery turnouts at rea sonable rates. Territory Llverj Stable, 348 King; phone 2535. SODA WORKS. i Phone 3022 for the best soda watei made In Honolulu. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Matsumoto lane, near corner of Beretania and Nu uanu. 4751-tf PLUMBING. Yee Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl MACFARLANE & CO., Limited WINES AND LIQUORS Agents For INGLEN00K WINES We deliver to any part of the city. Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488 Calendar Pads and Excelsior Diaries for 1911 Also a complete lino of OFF1CK STATIONERY and BLANK HOOKS. Office Supply Co., Ltd , 931 FORT STREET rr Office Supplies A Complete Stock of Office Stationary and Books A. B. ARLEIGH 4 CO., LTD. Have Your Own Library The Best Books on Easy Payments BROWN & LYON CO., LTD. Alex. Young Building 2185 editorial ro s 2250 biislnoKH ollice. These nre Hie tele phone numbers of th II n 1 1 e 1 1 n. lnter-lsiniid and (). R. ft U Shipping books for naln al the It u 1 1 e 1 1 u nlllcfl, fide each. TO LET. '. 1 1 ; - " The property known as the Wilder building, corner of Fort and Queen streets. Dimensions 41x03. The build ing will be remodeled to suit tenant. Apply to C. Brewer & Co., Ltd. S4:i4-m row ,1-room cottage 110 feet from car line, Kaimuki. Apply 11X6 Alakea St. 48GG-3t rw(i fnrntnhed rooms Apply Kn O. McConnell, 1223 Emm I. ROOMS AND BOARD. "THE LELAND," C27 Beretania ave nue. Mosquito-proof lanai rooms, with or without bpard. Every thing modern; moderate prices. Centra! location. Phone 1308 Mis. H. Dinklage, prop. Shady Nook, Ki4!) Beretania; Tel. Newly-furnished apartment, mos quito proof, at reasonable - rates. Board, by day or week, a specialty. Cool furnttdies rooms and cottages, with board, 1G34 Nuuanu Ave., near School St. Prices moderate Suitable for two. Private entrance. Quiet location. 1f.4l Annpuui St. 4E17-"t for sal: The Trauao envelope a tlme-savlna Invention. No addreuilng nee ary In sending out bills r . nelpts. Bulletin Publishing Co. sole agents for patentee. ti House, good location; 8 rooms, 3 bed rooms; with large closets, electric light, gas; all conveniences. On car line. Address "House," Bulletin of fice. 4S31-U Men's clothing on credit, $1 per week; suit given at once. F. Levy Outfitting Co., Sachs build ing. Fort street. 4742-tt Corner lot, Kaimuki, 1.1(1x110; best lo cation in district; good neighbors; unsurpassed view. Address P. O. Box C12. 4S5H-14t One lfi-horsi power Standard gasoline engine. No. 11!I4 Emma St.; Tel. 24II5. Three-bedroom house nnd lot on LI liha St., above Wylllo St. Price l'.m0. Phone a44. 48!U!-tf Selected Caravonica wool eottou seed. A. V. Gear. 1214 Fort St. P. 0. Box 404. 4693-tt Extra tine surveyor's transit. Buff & Buff. Beads 20 seconds. P. O. Box 110, Honolulu. 4S.1fl-7t One-year-old thoroughbred Spitz dog; male. Apply HSfi Alakea St. 4S"i6-3t Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad iblp ping books, at Bulletin office. tt Choice cut flowers. Phone 3029. CLOTHES CLEANING. Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on short notice. Called for nnd deliv ered. Phone 3029.' S. Haradn, 11G0 Fort St. 4840-tf City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothes called for and delivered. Tel. 2067. BEAUTY CULTURE. Marlnello system Minnie Rhoadb. 1140 Alakea street. Scalp and facial massage; shampooing nnd manicuring; salt glows. Phone 3089. 475-tf CONTRACTORS. George Yatnadn, general contractor. Estimates furnished. 210 McCand less building. Phone 1115. CHIROPODIST. DR. BIRCH Ollice. (11 Alex. Young building. Phone S:i0S. WELDING. Any kind of metal welded. Bring you broken parti to 207 Queen, near Alakea. 1 PIERRE BARRON ALOHA BATH HOUSE. School of Physical Culture. Ladies' Men's and Children'! classes. Hours: a. m. to 10 p. m. and Pr'vate Instruction. VICTOR RECORDS FOR NOVEMBER BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD. Thayer Piano Co. Steinway AND OTHER PIANOS 1S6 Hotel St. Phone 2313 TUNING GUARANTEED t