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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEETISEE, HONOLULU, FEIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1910. IT LOT iTHE KEYSTONEi TO HEALTH CULTURE PUN Promotion Committee Backs Up Suggestions to Improve City. IS NtujuainHUi VaiDDey Lots HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS " " I I ' I a 1 Wit 7 Vi. The fact that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has helped thou sands of sickly people back to health during the past 57 years should convince you that it is the medicine you need for Indi gestion, Stomach Bis, Malaria, Feyer and Ague. FOX SALE BT Benson. Smith & Co., Ltd. Hollister Drug Co., Ltd. Chambers Drug Co., Ltd. Hilo Drag Co., lad at all Wholesale Liquor Dealers. WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES AT ANCHOR SALOON Standing Room Only Admission Free. OLD KONA COFFEE McCHESNET COFFEE CO, 16 Merchant 8t. For Rent FOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLES J. HOPP & COMPANY, LTD. Kodak Developing mi Printing Immediate Delivery. Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co., Young Building. Renear Co., Ltd. ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS SALE OF HANDKERCHIEFS BEGINS MONDAY, THE 19TH Many lines of Ladies' and Children'! Handkerchiefs at very low prices. EHLERS, Distilled Water Ice For Ice, Distilled Water and Cold Storage, consult the Oahu Ice & Electric Co. Box 600. Phone 1128. A. B LO M DRY GOODS Firt SL Opposite Catholic Church BEST CLEANER AND DYER U. TOGAWA Fort St. opp. Convent. Founder of original Eagle Dyeing and Cleaning Works. LOCOMOBILE Th Beit Built Car in America." CHTJMAN CARRIAGE CO, LTD, AGENTS. Brown St Lyon NEW BOOKS BT EVERY MAIL. Popular Fiction. Travel. ScientHa, Young Building. MISS KELLY MANICURE SAIBDRESSLXG. SHAMPOOING WE FRAME PICTURES According to Their Requirements and with Artistic Taste. PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO. Nunanu, below Hotel. Scandinavia Belting HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. AOENTS. .it WA ft "We are going to have a big influx of strangers here this winter, and Ho nolulu should put on its best clothes," was the comment of Chairman Fred Bush of the promotion committee at a i mt-eting yesterday afternoon, after Al lan Herbert hail advocated the forma tion of a "Vacant Lot Culture" com mittee. Allan Herbert is the father of the Vacant Lot Culture idea, while V. II. Melnerny, member of the promotion committee, is father of a proposition to list dilapidated looking lots, eye sores and run-down-at-the-heel sections and to call attention of the owners of the properties to the condition, and to request that they clean the places, and even go so far as to improve them. The. two propositions met with favor, and at next week's meeting of the pro motion committee an effort will be made to organize committees, following meth ods pursued in mainland cities, where civic attractiveness has been accom plished through similar committees. Mr. Herbert stated that between Dia mond Head and Moanalua there were hundreds of vacan lots which may not le occupied by dwellings for years. Meanwhile many of them will remain uncultivated and eyesores in the midst of improved places, startling in their dilapidation in contrast with their neighbors. In Detroit and other cities vacant lot culture committees had listed unimproved lots, and under a general plan of improvement these had been made more attractive by vegetable and flower gardens, made and conducted by poor people who had been permitted to utilize the lots under certain conditions. The cities which had adopted this plan found the scheme beneficial to all con cerned. Vegetable gardens on small lots were sufficient to provide for a good-sized family, and if the scheme was adopted here a large proportion of poor people would have a means of livelihood at their command, and the street appear ance would be greatly improved. Mr. Herbert, when asked, signified his will ingness to serve on such a committee. Mr. Melnerny 's proposal meets with the promotion committee's ideas on eity improvement, and an effort will be made to have property owners' attention called to properties which may not bo presentable from the standpoint of street attractiveness, in the hope that they will put their yardboys to work upon them. WAIMANALO CHE-FA CASE IS ON TRIAL The trial of Hamaoka and ten others, known as the "Waimanalo che-fa case, was begun before Judge Cooper yester day morning. The eleven defendants are accused of maintaining and con ducting a lottery. Evidence given be fore the court was to the effect that the defendants did buy tickets, but Lor rin Andrews, who is defending them, was willing to let it go at that, con tending that this does not constitute maintaining and conducting a lottery. One of the witnesses called to testify yesterday was Willie Crawford, who was called as the chief expert and ex ponent of the gentle game of che-fa in Honolulu. The trial was not concluded yester day and will be resumed this morning. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. Entered of Record September 22, 1910. Robert Pauole et al to Alfred Ma- goon D Mutl Bldg & Loan Soey of H Ltd to Hannah Fisher et al Rel Esther 1 Juen to George Freeland. D Ah Chew Bros & Co. Co-P D Kapolnhi (w) to James I'aikai.... D Aug Jlaneberg by Atty to Mamie A Sc human Rel Wilder & Co LH to Joe Andrade.. D Joe Andrade anil wf to Albert II Tarleton D Albert II Tarleton and wf to Joe Andrade !M Recorded September 10, 1910. C Afook by Atty to Ho Poi, Sub-P A; powers granted"" in lib 336, fol 231. P. 336, p 249. Dated Sept S. 1910. Margaret T Morgan to Protestant Episcopal Ch in Hawn Islds, A L; kul joSiiO, ap 10, "bldgs, etc. Emma st, Ho nolulu, Oahu; $1.' P, 330, p 275. Da ted Aug 1, 1910. A S ('leghorn to Jas F Morgan, L; 2-10a of R P 2214, kul 10S06, Emma Square, Honolulu, Oahn; 20 yrs at $75 per mo. B 330, p 278. Dated Nov 1, J 900. James F Morgan by Atty to Pro testant Episcopal I'll in Hawn Tslds, A L; 2 10a of R P 2241. kul 1OSO0, Emma Square. Honolulu, Oahu; $1. B 330, p 2so. Dated Aug 1, 1910. Joe I? Oarnneho and wf to Louisa M P.ushnell, D; lot 5, blk 105, Palolo Vallev, Honolulu. Oahu; $?,Q. B 337, p 23s. Dated Sept 10, 1910. C W Alden and wf to E A Douthitt and wf. D A; male child, John Alden, born Mav 23, 1910. B 336, p 249. Da ted Aug24. 1910. Henrv Wharton to Lemon K Whar ton et "al.-D: K P 4475, kul 7713, Paa laakai, Waialua. Oahu; $3. etc. B 337, p 240. Dated Sept ". 1910. Henry Wharton to Joseph L Whar ton et 'al, D; 13.2ss sq ft of gr 1645, Kamananui, Waialua. Oahu; $2. etc. B 337. o 241. Dated Sept 5, 1910. Kalua Kaai (Mrs) et al to Peter B Kahularnu. D: 6-10a of R P 7i66. Ka hului. X Kona. Hawaii; $20. B 337, p 2.''.5. Dated Fob 20, 1907. Bernard da Camara and wf to Amelia P Fernanda. D: 5a of lot "H," No 7, rents, etc. Kukuau 2. S Hilo. Hawaii; $400. B 337, i. 236. Dated Sept 6, 1910. ... , EVEN MORE ELEGANT. "Papa, I must marry the duke." "Nix on this duke (business. An These lots are situated in the best residence section of Honolulu and are near the residences of Messrs. Rodiek, Cooke, Pfotenhauer, Castle, Sherman and many others. TO BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION On At the Auction For further information apply to ESTATE OF B. P. BISHOP or H TOM SHARP, The Painter Elite Building Phone 1697 American citizen i3 good enough for you." "But the duke has such elegant man ners; such polish, dad." "Xow now. Be a good girl and T'll get you a nice floor-walker." CONFIDENCE said Lord Chatham, " is a plant of slow growth." People believe in things that they see, and in a broad sense they are right. "What is sometimes called blind faith is not faith at all. There must bo reason and fact to form a foun dation for trust. In regard to a medicine or remedy, for example, people ask, " lias it cured oth-Ct-s? Have cases like mine been relieved by it? Is it in harmony with the truths of modern science, and has it a record above suspic ion? If so, it is worthy of confi dence; and if I am ever attacked by any of the maladies for which it is commended, I shall resort to it in full belief in its pow er to help me." On these lines VVAMPOLE'S PREPARATION has won its high reputation a mon& medical men, and the people of all civilized countries. They trust it for the same reason lhat they trust in the familiar taws of nature or in the action . of common things. This effective remedy is palatable as honey and contains all the curative prop erties of pure Cod Liver Oil, extracted by us from fresh cod livers, combined with the Compound Syrup of Hypopho; phites and the Extracts of Malt and Wild Cherry. If quickly e radicates the poisonous, disease breeding acids and other toxic matters from the system gives vigorous appetite and digestion, and is infallible in Prostration--following Fevers, Scrofula, Influ enza, Asthma, "Wasting Diseases, and Throat and Lung Troubles. Dr. W. A. Young, of Canada, says : "Your tasteless preparation of cod liver oil has given me uni formly satisfactory resiles, my patients having been a all ages." it is a product of the skill and science of t day and is success ful after the old style modes treatment have been appealed to ) Tain. Sold by a.1 "hemista. M ioW' JT 6 7 2 f a ft ,iL'"z .4 T if J I if' ' Saturday, AT 1 2 O'CLOCK NOON Room of Jas. F. Morgan, 857 Kaahumanu Street. y Authority TENDERS for furnishing the City and County of Honolulu with material and supplies for the month of October, 1910, will be received at the office of the City and County Clerk until the hour of 12 o'clock m. of Wednesday, September 28, 1910. TKXDEKS may be obtained upon ap plication at the office of the City and County Clerk, Mclntyre Building, Ho nolulu. D. K A LA U OK A L A X I, JR., Clerk, City and County of Honolulu. September 23, 1810. S776 Office of the Board of Health. Honolulu, Hawaii, September 22, 1910. Sealed tenders, in duplicate, will be received at the office of the Territorial Board of Health until 12 o'clock, noon, Monday, October 3, 1910, for the mov ing, alteration and repairing of a one story frame building at the Kalihi Re ceiving Station Hospital, Kalihi, Hono lulu. Plans, specifications, and proposal blanks may be obtained at said office. All bids or tenders must be submitted in accordance with and sirtiject to the provisions and requirements of Act G2, Session Laws of 1909. E. A. MOTT-SMITH, President, Territorial Board of Health. S773 Sept. 22, 23, 24, 2.1, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30. October 1 NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ' Estate of William Hao, Deceased. The undersigned, having been duly appointed as administrator of the above named Estate, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims against the said estate, to present the sump to the undersigned, with nroner vouchers dulv authenticated, whether t the same be secured by mortgage or? otherwise, at his address, Xo. at" Kamoiliili, Honolulu, T. H., within six j months trom date or tney win De lor ever barred. And all persons indebted to said es tate are requested to make settlement with the undersigned. Dated Honolulu, T. IT., 1910. DAVID HAO, Administrator Estate of William Hao, deceased. Sept. 9, 10, 23, 30, Oct. 7. READ THE ADVERTISER, WORLD'S NEWS DAILY October 8, JAS. F. MORGAN, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu. In re Dissolution of The City Market, Limited. Whereas, The City Market, Limited, a corporation established and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law in such cases made and provided, duly filed in this office, a petition for the dissolution of the said corporation, together with a certificate thereto an nexed as required by law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to any an,d all persons that have been or are now interested in any manner whatsoever irf the said corporation, that objections to the granting of the said petition must be filed in this office on or before 12 o'clock noon of October 10, 1910, and that any person or persons desiring to be heard thereon must be in attendance at the office of the under signed, in the Executive Building, Ho nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, to show cause, if any, why said peti tion should not be granted. D. L. CONKLIXG, Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu, July 29, 1910. 8734-Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu. In re Dissolution of the Hawaii Ditch Company, Limited. Whereas, The Hawaii Ditch Company, 1 -nuted, a corporation established and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law in such cases made and provided, duly filed in this office, a peti tion for the dissolution of the said cor poration, together with a certificate thereto annexed as required bv law Xow, therefore, notice is hereby given to any and all persons that have been or are now interested in any manner whatsoever in the said corporation, that objections to the granting of the said petition must be filed in this office on or ?oinre 1 ?vCl0ck noon of October 10, 1910, and that any person or persona desmng to be heard thereon must be in attendance at the office of the under signed, ,n the Executive Building, Ho nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of said day to show cause, if anv, why said neti tion should not be granted P D. L. CONKLIXG, Treasurer Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu, Julv 29, 1910 8734-Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, Sept 2 9 16 23, 30, Oct.' 7. P ' 6' NOTICE. toJvUvn ?i T abSem:f from the Terri torv . II. I,airf win ... fi . " Jur lne un.ler S"3 ST. D. G. WALTERS 3 19 Auctioneer Signs of all kinds. Scenic Work, Decorating, Graining,, Paper Hanging, Etc. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahn. In re Dissolution of tne Hanapepe Store, Limited. Whereas, the Hanapepe Store, Limit ed, a corporation established and exist ing under and by virtue of the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, has pur suant to law in such cases made and provided, duly filed in this office, a peti tion, for the dissolution of the said cor poration, together with a certificate thereto annexed as required by law. Now, therefore, notice is hereby given to any and all persons that have been or are now interested in any man- . ner whatsoever in the said corporation, that objections to the granting of the said petition must be filed in this office on or before 12 o'clock noon of October 22, 1910, and that any person or persons " desiring to be heard thereon must be in attendance at the office of the under signed, in the Executive Building, Ho nolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, to show cause, if any, why said peti tion should not be granted. D. L. CONKLIXG, Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii. Honolulu, August 2, 1910. 8740 Aug. 12, 19, 26, Sept. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FIRST CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE. In the Matter of the Estate of Peter Rodrigues, Deceased. On reading and filing the petition of Emily Rodrigues of Honolulu, alleging that Peter Rodriguez 0f Honolulu, Oahu, died intestate at Kalihi. Honolulu, on the 7th day of September, A. D. 1910, leaving property within the jurisdiction of this court necessary to Vie adminis tered upon, and praying that letters of administration issue to Emily Rod rigues: It is ordered thnt Mondav. the 24th day of October, A. D. 1910, at 10 o'clock a. m., be and hereby is appointed for hearing said petition in the courtroom of this court in the Judif iary Building in the City and County of Honolulu, at which time and place all persons con cerned may appear and show cacse, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. Dated Honolulu, September 22, 1910. By the Court. Seal. r. T. STMOXTOX", Clerk Circuit Court of the First Circuit. E. M. Watson, Attv. for Petitioner. 8770 Sept 23, 30. Oct. 7, 14. DRINK. MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE BEST IN THE MARKET. HENRY MAY & CO. Phoae 1271.