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V" 3 " " V-. S;,-. v : noNftULU btar bulletin. moxda y. Nov;;ii9i
lniil KT Jri "Xj i f(' - 1 Tl I Begins
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Open- with New Xma Goods, and every article in store marked down.
BUY NOW AND SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Fort Street, blow Consent
King; Street, near Bethel Street
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A New" Line of
Celery Trays; Nappie
Fruit Bowls and Saucers
BEAUTIFOll HEAVY HAIR
Destroys Dandftiff Stops Falling Hair Cleans arid Invigor
ates Yojr Scalp Delightful Dressing
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To be possessed of a of heavy;' when you will see new hair fine
beautiful hair; soft, lustrovfl. fluffy4Jdofrny at first yes but" really
wavy and free froro dandruff is mere-r hair sprouting out all over your
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scaip- -Lianaenne is, we ueiieve, iuu
only sure hair grower; destroyer of
dandruff and cure for itchy scalp and
It never fafls to stou falling hair at
ly a matter of using a little Dander
ine. , i-
It is easy and inexpensive to haye
nice, soft hair and . lots of it. Just
get a 2o cent bottle of Knowlton s-pn.ee. i x w
Danderine now all drug stores rec- ff you jvvHt to prove how pretty and
onimena u appfy a imie as directed
and within ten minutes there will be
an appearance of abundance; fresh
ness, fluffincss and an incomparable
gloss and lustre and try as you will
you cannot find a trace of dandruff
or falling hair; but your real surprise
will be aftet about two weeks use.
BAft your hair really is, moisten a
clofch with a little Danderine and
cajreVully draw it through your hair-
taking one small strand at a time.
Your 4iair 3sviU' be soft, glossy and
beautiful in'just a few moments a de
lightfuls.urprise awaits everyone who
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Is . the Hanoest Thing About the
1' nyVpfessing a outton tt js ready for service, either
. , Jim Drcsune or me iamnv ironinc.
NOTHING , TO OUT OF ORDER, SAFE
TA "i-i-I 'AND SANITARY.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Brdther'slKeeper?" he made pertinent
nmrtarianris And sDared .no one's feel
ings. He apoke in part as follows:
? "ThilfvMiilsil HnRtmotlon 'and treat'
ment are'wof sufficient, and I have
five points of attack from-which this
disease maty-invade Honolulu. One is
the ta"ct ?it Aft "w ' have no adequate
prbvislonf of"4 tuberculosis patients.
No provisioy. for the family of a tuber
culosis brefed winner. The fact tbat
I Leahl Honrje is crowded and tacks
! funds to caf e for more, as well as Pa
'Ola day cainp, which can take morer
The big mass meeting, with the cases, but i 3 unable to do so because
view to the 'Study 'and prevention of of lack of funds, is not a credit to
tuberculosis was held at the Bijou our city.
Theatre last night, and the play-house I "It is ajs 3 a sad fact that there is
was filled to its capacity. The meet- absolutely Ao provision for a tubercu
lag was .presided over by Governor losis breadvllnner. There is no need to
Frear, while on the platform were the argue the nleed of segregation of the
different ministers and clergymen of patient ini sanitarium, in order that
the city and also the speakers of the he may no be a menace to his family
evening, James A. Rath and Dr. A. N. ! and may receive proper care and
Sinclair. treatment, but ft is an indifferent mat-
The meeting was indorced by May- ier asKj mm 10 leave is lamuy un-
Fern, who on Saturday issued a proviutu u, w uuue Bu imw.u x
asL, it win nun uiui ttuu
nr h'orn tun on xnrnrnftv- issiipn a
prQclamation over his signature set-,
tlntr goMa ha Hnr fnr the niirnnfio nf reiara ni
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discussion measures to fight thei ; .wr u", l.c nuww.116 WUU1
ur uwuie iu uur siures, uur
r schools and, yes, our chur-
troubled with the ques-
room. Would it
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iue BpM6 uC6au, cnes? me are troubh
song service was neid, lea oy tne;tin n . Rhont
'liiK an1 ! cnoat.l .
Kamehameha Glee Club and the speak
era were introcuced by Governor
Frear who spoke briefly on the need
of fresh air, cleanliness and nourish
ing food, as being the three items
most effectual in the eradictibn of tu
berculosis. A short history of what the board
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Corned Kin g and BetheL Streeta I,
THE SALE STARTS ON SATURDAY, " NOW 2nd, AllD VILL
REAL BARGAIN" PRICES IN BARGAIN COUNTER
l ;. f - ATTRACTIONS WM
'vj i Bargain Price.- S5o 5ach'
.Sarcain Pr!c;, IZs Pair
not be well" to' zee whether it is nossi
ble to Iput up buildings more suited
to our fclimate at a less cost than to
erect tuildings which are more suit
ed to Vermont or Maine?
"Parsing from this to the fourth
question. I take up the subject of
lunchr on for school children. Inquir
of health has done to wipe out thehes made by me four years ago reveal
dread disease and also of what help the f act that a number of children
the people could be to the board of went; to school without breakfast, a
health in its present campaign, was larger number went with an inadequate
He spoke in
-ajBo iiiM dn apis s
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
breakfast, made up of coffee bought
froir a Chinese restuarant, sometimes
supplemented with bread. Such chil
dren! become easy prey to tuberculo
sis land other diseases. Experiments
coniducted In Europe and in mainland
HILO LABOR UNION
s ajnjiujnj jnoA uatjM nq iiB)iBdB)t s pe sim
given by Dr. Sinclair,
part as follows:
"Tuberculosis," said Doctor Sin
clair, "is the most common of all in
fectious diseases. It claims more vic
tims than all other infectious diseases
combined two or three times over. In ' citifcs show that where lunches are
the last year. 186 people have died i pnpvided children at cost,, they gained
from tuberculosis alone, while from all ' in j weight and health and did better
otaer infectious diseases the number sc,vaooi wont, as wen as Deing more
has been only 84. an menable to discipline.
"During the last year there were
reported 270 cases and as shown with
the screen fifty-nine were detected by i
Palama nurses. Fourteen through the!
government dispensary, eighty-eight j
from private physicians and 109 unre-'
ported before death, that last leaves '
much to be improved upen. Of the .
fifty-nine ser.t in by the nurses, twenty-seven
were allowed to remain in
their homes under supervision, twen-
j ty-three were sent to the day camp
! and nine to Leahi Home. Of the four
teen discovered at the dispensary, twoj
j were sent" to the day camp and ten'
j vtre sent to the Leahi Home. ;
' "All cases are entered in a regis-
AND CITIZEN LABOR
i LADIES WORSTED SWEATER JACKETS, BafluWSalft price $3.00
.One Lot CHILDREN'S SHOES, Regular Sale Prlca $1.50. ..l.'
a-Onrlot LA DJ E S S HO E 8 and P U M PS, ' Ft e gu la r p r j ce $i50 'p I fT.'t ...I
f Flnetirte of Wl?Sy LACE HOSE;' 23d per pair
Orfe lot . LADIES' WOOLEN SKIRTS,' Regular $3.50- and iSOeawh, . f .i i avTd cfos out, $1.3 each
. ' Bargain ir jBaf gain Bargam ! ;15 yar
One- lot MEN'S' STYLISH SHOES,. Regular Vafues. $3.5a per pair, .To close out at $2.00 per pair
'SpecJal'-One lot MEN'S AYrjCETIC UNpERWEAR, regulac. 50c and 75c values . . .
4 4 i ? yTo closO' out ji C3i ch
Large a&aortment; of MEN'S' VyOOLEN f SU ITS,'- Worth $10.00 and $12.50: ."to dot out, $3.C0 per gui t
Lot of BOY'S; WOOLEN SUITS; Regular prictf $5.0a tuit .?i.V. .v.:i:vTo eo out, $Z50 per suit
Fine line of MEN'S PAJAMAS Regular! $1.50 and $2.00 per Sult..ri. Y6uf Opportunity at '-$T.C3: : per suit
a a m A. m a ah. a a a aas A a a ai a) aja a . aitt, asm ' . a'l ' " ' 'a ' a '- "".5 S'' " ' ask " a a. a ak .a. . A A
men s FiNfe 91 L nAur nusb, an over town ouc
,.;.Our Bargairr Price, 3 pairs for $f.C0
No.;8025 MEN'S GUAR ANTE ED SQU A RED EAL fHOSE; Regular Price- $1.50' per box of six palrt
Sale price $1.00 per box and every pair graranteed" to wear six months or. new Hose returned FB EE
We have on the way our large Holiday i Ine that we will display for the public after this DIG
MAKE ROOM SALE. " ' ! ;: " - ,--v i js
A few extraordinary bargains will be on display at the Bargain Counter. Those coming first will
get -the best selections. All other goods marked down to Bargain Price to. make room. .; :. ; " ' i
REMEMBER THE SALE STARTS .SATURDAY, vNOV. 2nd
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For S a le
5- Trouble is reported as beins made
"ifor the Lord-Young Rngineering Co. on
Hawaii belt road contract by tne
tHilo labor union, on account of the
; hiring of teams with Japanese drivers i
rfrom tfce Volcano Stables Co.. also on ,
ffff count of a contract with a Japanese '
: o supply broken rock for the crusher I
-rn the road work. j
It is stated tv Manager Wright of 1
the1 Volcano Stables Co. that two Jap-
arese drivers had been rmp'.oyed he j
cause citizens could not be obta'ned.
Irge 4-bedroom house with beautiful
grounds at Palama. $3000.
CJood house and lot with bearing fruit,
trees at Nuuanu. $1000.
Building lots at Xuuanu and Kalihi. j
For Rent . j
Fine mosquito-proof, 6-room bouse, '
with gas, electric light,, nice lawn, f
and splendid location near car-line. 1
Small, furnished cottage, bath, kitch-
en and two rooms, gas and electiu-j
light; $1" to desirable tenant. i
J. H. Schnack !
137 Merchant Street.
ter in numerical order and filed alpha- ?J H. K. Bishop . the retiring engineer o" j
helically and by counties and years.:' the belt road commission, had not !
By using different colored cards in thcij beard any protests, but he knw thai i
couuiy muex ine aan.eerous ana nortc1 ,i was sometimes ditiiciit to tind nti
dangerous cases can be seen at
i a. .fit if ;jnisiei i .
giance. ine fumigation of premises fprni?.hine. nrobablv on'v tne courts
occupied by the
Phone 2295 Reaches
41,L KIXMS OF EOCK A5D 8AD FOB COSCBETE WOKk.
flllCWOOD AND COAL.
O QFJiEN STBEKT. r. O. BOX fit
patients suffering fcnild decide if there was an infraction
from tuberculosis is also checked uip or the law. David Ewa'.rko. the uMon
by the bureau and no room is allowed boss, at last accounts was investicat
to te occupied after occupancy byy a inc the matter. He a!po ws vloubttul
tul-crcular patient, until fumigateu. ; jj- tl-e facts alleged about the ro V
"Ttiis is what the public autMori- breaking contract constituted a vi ci
ties are doing to prevent the tr ans- ti015 of the citizen labor law.
mission or spread cl tuberculosis , in
Invalid Is this a good place for the
nerves? Proprietor of the health ie-
anrt It i Whv nhpn I nnonfol nn
RegardT? tie rock hfcre , on,y charged $,.Q aday and
row i've got the nerve to charge $5.
cannot be accomplished without plenty of "Roast Beef of .Old
England." (grown in America), and plenty of Exercise. We
supply the beef.
Metropolitan Meat Market J.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Praps. TELEPHONE 5445 1
"Sir. I am soliciting advertise
I'ltnts." "Young man, my time is v bi- ' ,
able." "Advertise with us anJ you!
v-iil be so rushed with trade tint your ; I
tune will be twice as valuable." I !
James a Rath was the next spe ak
er, and taking as his text "Am i My
No bosses in the new
es," you will note, is i:i
Burlington H:r.vki t'.
Cnited Brotherhood of Carnenters
and Joiners of America meet in Wa-.:
t ilcy hall ut iiuO this evening.
MOST M0DERX AND EFFICIENT DRY CXEANIXO ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE ELANDS.
777 KING STREET J A3A0IE, Proprietor PHONE 1491