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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JAN. 9, 1912.
Geary Street, nbove Union Square
European Plan $1.G0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvery comfort nnd convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address Trawets"ABC code.
i J.1I. Love, Honolulu representative.
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, above
Vineyard, is managed on
the defects of other hotels.
The result is very satisfac
tory to tho guests.
Emma St., above Vineyard
ul s . -.1 I At ToMO-
10 1 T
If Mif If AI-IM TO WANT TO
TAK1'. Sltl Tllll' iihino I'X.
in:u Tin: mvnu.i.mint or Tin:
iiiiti:i. Tin si'iiMti: is noon
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have yur ordor changtd
dally and b supplied with any of
thete varlatlat from
PHONE 1131 1134 NUUANU ST.
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Ins the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 2i 24.
1129 FOHT STRE5T
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
MZ Stangenwold Building Honolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
rKplolenl Building Honolulu, 1". H
P. O. Box 606
CIOAI HOW la
sf A OnVT CO rnl.
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
1 ft Skin uf Beauty Is a Joy Forever
vH. T. ITUX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIFItK
UttnoTM Tmi, I'lmple
Y tou With I'ateii
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will uie thin.,
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kit rp trv ion t -i by H 1nii Md ! ftner
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W&T.HOPIIH$.P'.t, 37 Great Joitu SUrttKcwT'ii
The New High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort. Street
1168 POUT STRUCT PIIONR 3601
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI 8HOE 8TO"P
Beretsnla Street, Near Nuujnu
HONOLULU, H. T.
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I. 0. 0. F. OFFICERS
The Joint Installation hUt night of
Hie odd IMIows, Willi Harmony Lodge
No. 3 us host, was one of the notable
iiffiilis of the year In fraternal circles.
The Installation and !nuiiet win held
lit Odd Fellows' Hull, and the b.incuet
was not ttie least successful feature
of the evening Olllccrs Installed vveru
Harmony Lodge No 3 (' Kvensen,
N CI ; C t'lilveit, V. (1 ! I" Smith.
lucrctiiry; J. Illcknc-11, treasurer. Trus
tees, c O Itartlttt, P P; II ciehrlng,
p 0 ; r. I. Schwurt.lierg, P. O.
i:celslor Lodge No 1 II M. Mix,
N fj , J. U lllulsclill, V. O : I.. I..
Iji Pierre, hvcretary; H A, Jacobsnii,
tiensiirer Trust es, 1.. l'ctrle, 1) 1)
i S. M T. Khniinton, P. O.; F. O.
Jloyer, P O.
Tim Inntalllng olllccrs wero I) D.
(inind She Lester Pctrle, P. G.: I) I)
(iiaud Marslial M T. Slmonton, P. (1 i
1) 1) (Jianil Win den H. I.. Scliwar.
Iieig, I1 (1, li D. (IriincI Secretary F.
11 llocr. P. (1 ; IJ I). (Ira ml Treasurer
I' J Turner, P O ; I) D. Oninil Cliap
l.iiu M W Tscliudl, P. (1 ; D. D. annul
I In aid (' (1 Ilartlctt, P. (1
The supporting otllcers were:
Harmony Lodge Illgljt support no
ble grand, V. I, Schwarzherg; left sup
port noble gland, W. It Foster! war
1I111, llredlier ('hcnthiim; conductor, II.
.Mvhre, It S. S, Ilrotlier iloysen; I,. S.
S ilrotlier italic ter, chaplain, Ilrotlier
Wltkv, inside guardian, W . Jnmesj
outside Kii.inll.iu, I) ilomke; right sup
port vice Brand, llughey McCoy; L. 8.
V (I, Ilrotlier Wilkinson
i:celslor Lodge It H N O, W J
Whites I, S N. C. , It A. Woodward;
warden Arthur Mhre; conductor, W
(I fhulincrii. It S 8, ('. I) Samson;
I. S S.c) I. Siinson; chuplaln, W J.
I'ooiiibs,' it H V. a . c (' Hansen!
I. 8 V (S , Filward ( 1. 1 1 ; lusldu
giiiirillau A II Hudson; outside guard
ian .A I! Horn
Ela KSsCV )
ess3 Jy -if (
V7TT fc !
rreeklr Viilltolla II er year
ON CH1Y0 MARU
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lellow travelers on the Chlyo. Itcla
Hour uie said to have been Kt nil nod
from the time hu hoarded the ship,
Tho climax ramo Christmas eve. when fn"10"9 lm Tlle V'1 ct?' "
II... .hHtor Is n.1.1 10 have uttered throughpassenger In tho Manchnrln
wholesale denunciations of all Woman"""1" f" J?"1",' J1'1'' ?,,., ,,
,...i...n. 1. .-..., .1.1. .1 .. "I.OHHU UK S. CANAVAltlU), son
v 11 tnui 11 ii 11 iTiirt 1111 iiitsi iiiviiiii 11
led to the near riot.
The doctor, after denying that he',r, , ,., , , , ,
- ,, ill! 1
au e.r win vm H u.-rouir, i
Cathollrs or their religion, snld
This story was started l.y a woman c,8COi Wll umonK ,,, ,,.lg8engcrH who
with hleaehed blonde hair, the wife, I Iefl ,0 gtelllnMh Manchuria on ur
am ashamed to say, of an American rUn, nl t)llH lorl tllK Illornng, jo
oiticer Hho has been enjoying h.rself' M, ,my an x,,.,,,!,,,! Vrtt with rclu
nnd drinking with men. She intruded uV(8 ,,K c'y.
herself upon mo and I relinked her
That Is all thero Is to' It "
Hut It wasn't nil,
Tho doctor's remark was rejieated
to C. K. Voung, one of tho passenger
It was Young who threatened to punch
the doi tor's head.
"What right have )on," Inquired
Young, with his (1st under Hill's nose
"to talk that way about any woman?"
"I mentioned no names," protested
Thero followed n rapid fire Inter
change of personalities.
"You're u gentleman," snld Doctor
Hill as he walked away
"More than 1 can say for yon," re
Hector In Hot Mater. ,
The doctor walked to' the other side
of the deck. His criticism of the wo
.linn got there before he did. The wo
man to whom lie referred. It later
transpired, was not the wife of
United Stntes otlher. but there weie
fveral wives of army and navy offi
cers nmong the passengers, and anions
them were several with blonilo hair.
They were nil waiting for tho doctor
vheu he hove In sight, and for the
next few minutes he faced a batterv
of flashing eyes, upbraiding tongues
nnd chile tilng hands that clenched and
.ut tiuillltiw UIIM
opened nervously. Ho protested that'"' "'", ", ,"h "' " u .
he hail not referred to any of them
"lli'cause. If you meant me," said
rno little woman, "I will have my hur
I unci horsewhip 3,011. Ho 'would Just
lovo to do It for me."
Then Surveyor of the Port Duncan
MeKlnlay put In an appearance and
escorted the dlttlngiilsheil traveler to
the wharf and later to tho Palace ho
tel. The passengers say that tho "drink
ing" to which Dr. Hill referred was
participated In by nearly ull the pas-
sengers, who gathered in the ChlyTs
c.lning saloon Christmas eve and
ciraiiK a toast to alisent friends. The)
wero drinking the toast when the d
lor entered the ralooii
'I licnnl the whole thing," sa.ld (3.
I). PlUiploH of the llrltlsh consular,
servlco. "I am not a Catholic hut II
nave been sorry ever since that I did (catching tho Pucltlc Mall "liner Man-
mt lifntfiut lliuru nn.l !...-. n....l...i' A,l , C.h el... H..e. . I I., el... I.i
not protest there and then agalm-t
such wholesale condemnation p fell,
clitlte uncalled for. from Do. lor Hall's
After 11 vear nnd a hairs Kri.ifi.mmlb'
work. Bccretnrv i: A Muti.Minliii is'
now llnhehlng the last pages of the,
unnolutlon of the general public health
Iiivvh. The book will be published later,
when the annotation of the special laws
of the Hoard of Health has been cum-
Tho work that the secretary lias Just
finished has been done spasmodically
owing to the fact that thero was sot
much else breaking In on his time1, uud
It tins been a long and weurisoine task
Hvery law that has ever been passed
In the Territory hail to be followed
throughout and nil the iiinendiueiitsunil
other alterations carefully noted Then,
In mlillllmi 1,1 tills, piisi.k liml tn In,
'cited In Which tho law hud been
brought up to test and In which deci
sions had been given.
The citation of these cases lias been
gone Into more fully than In the case
of tile Revised Iiws, and the work Is
more complete. He will now start on
the work of annotating the spcclul laws
that apply to the Hoard of Health ami
also the regulations and ordinances
passed by the board or tho county au
thorities. The complete volume will not bo
published fur some thuo yet, 11s this
lust annotation will take a considerable)
time to put through.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO, 6t. lews. 113.
I Japanese employment Oltiee Ilei, Iter-
etuulu St., Ill' Punchbowl. PIioiih
KLL1S CItOMWKLL, lit the head nf
tho ililrt'ini of Internal Itovetiuu In
tho Philippines, accompanied by .Mrs.
Cromwell, lire passengers In tho Man
churia en routo to Manila
UKOKOK KNOX, who Is said to
hau figured us the hero In KiplliiK's
of Portuguese Consul Cnnnvarro of
flilu nl,v un, i. tifiauuiit.n, til nrrll..
I1V VVIIOl llin IIIUIIIIH,, lliu
,,ncnc iMall nni,r Manchuria.
V. DUIHCNtlKItU, rimn San I-'niu-
.MltS. W. M. TIHT nnd son, H. 0.
Tlfft, arc visitors at Honolulu, having
urrhed hero this morning In tho l'a
clllc Mall liner Manchuria. Mrs. Tlfft
Is the wife of a prominent Central
(American mining man
CAPTAIN I). C. McDOUGAI.i. of tho
United Stutes .Marine Corps, Mrs. Mc-
Dougnll and Infant sou uro arrivals at
'Honolulu this morning In the Pnclllc
'Mull liner Manchuria Captain Mc-
Dougall will take station at the local
MISS I. C. HUOIIKS, of Ilerkeley,
California, Is uu arrival In tho Pacltlc
Mall liner Manchuria, to make an ex
tended visit with Mr nnd Mrs. It. H.
Iloud. Miss Hughes Is u well known
society girl of the California college
PltOKKSSOU T A. .lAfinnit, who
comes to the Islands to observe the
volcano, was uu arrival In the Pacific
n!Mn" ""'''er Manchuria this morning,
Professor Jaegger Is Identllled with
the Iloston Technical school and Is n
prominent geologist unci scientist.
MHS. 11. V. WICIIMAN, Miss Steph
anie Wlchmnn uud Miss lllulso Wleh
luuu, accompanied by Miss Violet
Stoever, were returning passengers In
tho Paqlllc Mall liner Manchuria. Tho
Wlchmnn party has been upending
.,.., ..,,..... .1 ..,! ..!.,..
nun 11 1 ti 11 u Litirn,
DAVID W1IITCOM1I, u prominent
Seattle capitalist, with largo real es
tate holdings In the Puget Sound me
tropolis, accompanied by Mrs. Wlilt
conib, will "spend soma weeks In the
Islands visiting the points of Interest.
Mr. uud Mrs. Whltcomb arrived In the
Manchuria this morning.
Hit. WILLIAM TIIKACY. Mrs.
Treacy and daughter, Miss Loulso
Treacy of Ilutte, Montana, expect to
spend severnl months In tho Hawaii
an Islands, having heard much favor-
able comment concerning Honolulu
us n winter resort. 'Tho Tieucys ur-
rVed tills morning as passengers In
MltS. JOHN HOHKIITS. who left
Honolulu ah u passenger In the Oco
nnle steamship Slerru, innclo but 11
twentv-four stuv at Sun Francisco.
churla for the return till to tho is
Inuils, In response to uu urgent mes
sage sent by her husband, John Hub
erts, of this city.
CAPTAIN A. II. (1HAHAM, a veter
an navigator along the coast and who
for the past years Iiuh been prom
inently Identllled with shipping lit
Portland. Oregon, arrived in the Pa
cltlc Mull steamship Manchuria this
morning Captain flruham is accom
panied hy Mrs. Uraham, n sou, Gerald
Graham uud Miss Katherino Graham,
(IF.OUOi: II. COHBK, JH.. recently
tho Ocnerul Passenger
,"i,'"t for IIU Overland route 111 tho
,''nr Kttlt- ls " H'rough passenger In
tlio 1iicl-IIU- Mull llnor Munchurlii.
wl,lcl' "rrlv"a from V' """ lhl"
'm,)"' "' lr Lur '" m, wn"
cue eirieeieiu ugeiii iui cuu v,iue:eiblJ,
Mllwaiiki-o and St. Paul railway at
Shanghai Ho will now establish
hendepiarters at Yokohama.
The (llennerH will hold their 'regular
monthlj meetlni; tomorrow nfternoon
at 3 30 en lock nt the homo of Mrs
Henry Wale rheiuse, 1C11 Nuiinnu ave
nue A full attendance Is urged
have nrrlved from AuMrulla and will
be put on fin the
First Time Tonight
Live Willi excitement and gooil comics
Hotel near Nuuanu
, GET YOUR MONEY BACK ipMHHHHHIalaVBWHHiBVBVHLPJHK
If 'Ibis .Medicine Hues tint Satlsfactor.
Practising physicians making n spe
cialty of stomach troubles nrc really
responsible for tho formula from
which Hoxall Dyspepsia Tablets uro
made. We have simply profited by
the experience of experts.
Our experience with Hexall Dyspep
sia Tablets leads us to believe them
to be an excellent remedy for tho re
lief of acute Indigestion nnd chioiilc
dyspepsia. Their Ingiedleuts nto
soothing nnd healing to tho lullnmed
membranes of the stomach, They lire
rich III pepsin, one of the greatest di
gestive ulds known to medicine. The
relief they afford is almost Immediate
Their 11B0 with persistency uud regu
larity for n short time helps to bring
about n cessation of the pains caused
by stomach disorders.
Hexall Dyspepsia Tablets aid to In
sure healthy appetite, aid digestion,
unci promote nutrition. As evidence
of our sincere fnltli In Hexnll Dyspep
sia Tablets, we ask you to try them at
our ilsk. If they do not give you en
tire satisfaction, wo will return yutt
the money you paid us for them, with
out iiuostloti or formality They come
In three sles, prices 2., cents, bU cents
unci $1.00. Remember, you can obtain
them only nt our store Tho Hoxiill
Store. Ih-nson, Smith & Co , Ltd , Fort
nnd Hotel streets.
3 GOOD ACTS 3
Schoene, Tripp, Schoene
ANITA DIAZ AND TRAINED
McGEE &. REECE
Foot Topping Dancing Duo
NEW MOTION, PICTURE8
Tim iiocsi: of Tim iif.ht
Moving Pictures will be
Better and More
Numerous than for
FRANCES and BENCE
Singers and Character Sketch Artists
There Is but one abso
lutely scratchless caster
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
constructioni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
For sale by
J. Hopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE 00.
King 8treet, opposite Young Hotel
P O. Ho I 840 PtionJ SOU
All ounce ol preparation for Hie
l'laral Pantile nun Is north u pound
of hurrj lutcr ou.
We are now showing;
Just received from New York
Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
, Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINGCQ
Always Low-Priced Goodi, all the year round the same, at
KING AND ALAKCA 3TREETS
tiTo best and most delicious
Nice, France, and guaranteed
IN '4, Vz AND 1 GALLON
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcome In this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
AMD YOU WAHT A B00U
Olive Oil on the market. Dottled In
under the rood and Di uus Act ef
TINS, WITH PATENT DPOUT
Electric Co., Ltd.
JOB, IEI MIl'OM SXAlf
AWt IEEN EVERYWHERE