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CASH ONLY -BOOKS CLOSED.
An X Ray Chorus Maiden
A Strange Freak of Nature in the Boston
There is n petite maiden witb
tropicnl eyes, t; luscious tnouth, n
win sonio way ami n rollicking dis
position singiug in tbo chorus
of the Boston Lyiio Opera Cora
pnuy recently discovered, ncci
dently, that bIiq poRsoened n moat
reniiti;nbl pliysioUl pbenomanon
Sbe 1ms X rav eyoa. Iler uanio is
Mnriou Aflio Use.
Outnide clothing, underwear,
liupn, butnuu skin and Mleali nro
as nothing in her sight and the
bonib of the subject stand ont in
bold telief, and the interior arran
gement of the person upon whom
she may be looking is spread bo
fore her ne"' though on a chart.
Furthermore tho most important
of all Marion Rae's miraculous
eyes behold the human anatomy
inits true colors, red,white, brown,
even to the bluo veins. This is
impossible with tho X ray. Un
der its use everything appears tho
Bat this supernormal gift en
tails its responsibilities. Miss
Rao is unable to remain under
hypnotic influonco longer than
ten minutes at a time and when
awakened from tho trance is at
first wenlc and faint. It is undoub
tedly a groat strniu upon her nor
vous system and she will not
undergo i, except occasionally at
the request of physicinnB nnd
scientific! persons and not oftener
than once a month.
In u recent experiment perform
by her with Leslie J. Meacham,
one of the most celebrated hypno
tists in Amorica, Miss Rao des
cribeel a peculiar formation on Mr.
Meaiilmm'8 elbow joint, known
only to Mr. Meucbnru and Dr. E.
L. Kevs of tho Cornell medical
School nud only revealed to thorn
by means of the X ray.
Last Junk Mien Han was calling
upon tho family of Dr. Allen, and
Mrs. Allen, the doctor's wife, ask
ed he r if she could describe her
nilmputfl. Mibb II ae thought buo
conld and was hypnotised. Sho at
onci deporibed all tno symptona of
gouty rhoumatismovon going so
far as to desoribo tho chalky depo
sits in the jointB; sho also told of
if Otn. sg$x
BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE !
tba thickening nnd inflammation
of the right ciatio nerve. The tti.
aguosis according to Dr. Allen,
himself, ws oxactly right.
One of the strongest and at the
same timo emphatic cxpoiimontH
that Miss Eao over performed was
that of the cane of Mro. Bolton of
St. Paul, Minn., during tho timo
the Boston Lyric Opera Company
was playing a summer engage
ment at the Metropolitan thoatre
thero in July. MiesRae was visit
ed by a prominent nhvsioian. aa-
Eo'ciated with St. Luke's hospital
in inai city, wno naci become ac
quainted with Miss Rao's peculia
rity through a medical friend of
bis in Bollono Hospital, New
Mrs. Bolton visited' the doctor's
office; she had heard of Miss Rae
and was anxious to meet her. She
was then a fine ncuro of a wonian
and apparently in the best of
liealtb with tho exception of asomo
what troublesome conch. Mrs.
I Bolton asked Miss Bae if she
could tell her what was the matter
with her. Miss Bae thought she
could, she was hypnotized and ex
I can Bee a big sore on your
lungs just where tho two are join
ed together, and around it looks
as though it had been bleeding.
That was enough for the patient,
she left the office in a hurry, and
when she had gone, the doctor
told Miss Bae that tho lady in
question had had two hemorrhages
within a week, although she made
little of thorn.
It was but a few week later that
Miss Bae received a note from
tbo St. Paul pbysioian saying that
air. .uoitoQ naa juat died from
When recently asked by a com
mittee of pbysoians who called
upon Mias Bau when the Boston
Lyrio Opera Company was play
ing an engagement in Minne
apolis, as to how tiings appeared
to her when "hypnotized. She
told them that a pale croon light
surrounds tho object at which
she looks emanating from it. This
is exactly tho same as the effect of
tho Crooks tubo.
Whon she was recently shown
the Fluroscopo at the Mechanics
Fair in Boaton, she threw it down
and said: "Poohl I can 'see
plainer than that with my own
Boforo civilized man had hoard
or dreamed of it, Kiokapoo Indian
Ol! was healing tho wounds, re
lieving and curing tho aches and
pains of tho Bed Man. Before
civilized man had heard of it, it
kept tho natives in perfect health.
And since civilized man haa know
it, tho category of cures has bo
como voluminous. No other mo-
dii'ine hna made such oures, bo-1
ci. use iiiokapoo JLudian Uil is na
Uro'a remedy, and nature atands
buck of it. Your druggist has it,
or can got it. Ineist on getting
the genuine KMckapbo Iudian Oil,
llobrou Drug Co., Agonts for
tho Kiokapoo Indian Bemedies.
The Bulletin, 75c per month.
EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 21,
Bead tho news
And you'll find
Much that la
Have of late,
Mado some people
With the gun,
A little fan.
No moro barm
Than people bore,
But thoy'ro soldiers
Men in Ebaki,
Lose their queues,
Full of news.
Carry a gun,
Fakes stab them
Just for fun.
Anything wrong ?
Soldiers to blame t
Knows his game.
Soldier drunk ?
What a shame 1
Do tho same.
Bun and hide,
Here comes soldier,
Bad and wioked
Man is he,
O contract slave!
Nobly brave 1 1
Thqu art pure,
Not naughty liko the
Boys in Clue.
Tho fact is
Will havo justice,
When ho can.
Are quick to fight
They think'B right.
Men in Khaki
Country's back bone,
Bight or wrong.
In boasting thoir
W. F. Sabin.
Kor Vmiiurlnn' Ilerrlicerntor.
Por 8. S. Australia Peaches,
Grapes, Oranges, LomonB, Limes,
Celory, Cauliflower, Cabbago,
Pears, Plums, Fresh Salmon,
Flounders, Halibut, Crabs, East
ern and California Oysfors (in
Tin and Shell), all Game in Boa
Bon, Turkeys, Ohiokens, Now orop
of Nuts and Dried Ftuits, Onions,
Burbank Potatoes, Swiss, 'Partna
Ban, Bookofort, New Zoaland and
California Oroam Choose, Olives.
All kinds of Dried Froits.
A. E. MURPHY & CO.,
.. ...:i; i.i.xl 1'iitiM
u lien last In N'cw Yuri:, C.irucglo
i i ii l.lftc experience with n iiicvcu
it r licj, wluwu tiinllncsa in ilcllvurini;
i ii siiil'ji iiicsj:ij,-o c.unu lieur upFc'tUn
it i , J of yrcit iiiinortiincc. Itefcrrlng
t ,Iih Incident wlillu nt dinner with
fn nils Hint evening, he told of mi nflico
bry who worked for him ninny years
iiyo when he was of far Ices inipoitunco
in tha commercial world
"Jiiiih," imIiI Mr. O.rnesle; "wns n
willing boy, but his ability as n dnt
tcier was simply wonderful, and I of
ten found it moro convenient to attend
to little errands myself than to wait for
hie ex pinna tiona. One day n mduhbor
wanted to eend a nico note clear across
the city, nnd I permitted Jauua tocarry
it for him. Thu trip wna along one,
nnd James wns gone quite three hours.
When ho returned, I naked him how
much ho lftd chnrRed for his services.
" 'Fl-n-fi-fl-fl-C-fl-flfteen c-c-c-centel'
was tho gasping reply.
" 'Why didn't you inako it n quar
ter V I naked.
" 'I c-c-c-c-c-could-could-conldn't
8-s-s-s-say lt,rho replied, with tenra ns
well ns hyphens in his voice.
"Right then I made tip my mind
novcr to give nny one my cervices with
out first ranking sure tlint I could recito
uiy price without stuttering, nnd I
never have." Ciuclnnnti Enquirer.
The Itctarn of the Itattona.
In the civil war our soldiers faced
privation nnd hunger, A little story in
H. Ulay Trumbull's book, "War Mem
ories of a Chaplain," tells of tho spirit
In which they sometimes did it
While before Petersburg doing sleco
work in the summer of 1804, our men
bad wormy bard tack served out to
thorn. It was a .severe trial to the men.
Breaking open the biscuits and finding
livo worms in them, they would throw
the pieces in the trenches, although the
orders were to keep the trenches clean.
A brigade, ofllccrf the day, seeing
Bomo of tbeso scraps nlong our front,
called out sharply to our men:
"Throw that hurd tack out of the
trenches." Then, as the men promptly
gathered it np, ho added, "Don't you
know that yon'vo no business to throw
bard tack in the trenchear
Out from tho injured soldier hoart
there canio tho reasonable explanation,
"We've thrown it out two or three
times, sir, but it crawls back."
Almost incredible as It may seem,
the largest weight which tho govern
ment nssaycr employs In making an
analysis of gold bullion Is the Infinites
Imnl French half gram, or about seven
nnd three-fourths gralus troy, nnd the
balances used In this work nro so sen
sltIo thnt a weight of one-twentieth of
a milligram, which Is less thnu one
thousnndth part of a slnglo grain, will
cause the Indicator nccdlo to dcllect n
very npprcelnblo distance from tho zo
rt) point on tho graduated scale mark
tng tho equilibrium. These minute "bal,
nnces are, of course, Inclosed In class
cases provided with sliding wludows to
exclude nny draft of air. Tho beam la
nmuilly mado of aluminium, nnd tho
knife edgea lest on Jewel. Tho welghta
nro made of gold, silver nnd aluminium
and are graduated from the hnlf gram,
which Is arbitrarily dennmlnrftrd "ono
tluMisnnd," down to the ton-thousandth
degree. New York Stiu.
Aji Olil Anil AVrilni-Hiln)- CnMoni.
At Olio timo It unH mi AhIi Wilni.ii1n
the custom to nppolnt an official of the
Enclish nnlnec.q tn rrnw tlin Itnnra nf -Hw.
day, liko n cock, ns n reminder o the
uoiuai oi e. I'cier. hub prnctlco ex
cited tho- furious Indignation of Ocorgo
IL nis ignorance of English made it
Verr difficult for tho ennrHnm in nnln!n
that the royal cock crower wns not mak
ing run or aim. rue cocic crower was a
salaried officer at the Eugllbh court an
lato as 182.').
An Uinli-Hlreil Ally.
How Is Mud Sllncer Koine to aide
In this race? la ho for von J"
,"That'a what's .worrvinu mo." ru-
piled the onndldatu for oflico. "If I
thought he wns going to bo against me,
I would foci aurer of election." Col
nmhim fn.) State Journal.
1-3 Off on
Music . . .
Young and Sound.
M Lower Figures Tfran Ever
Inspect Them in Our Paddocks
Honolulu Stock-yards Co
Corner Alakea and
PINKE & CO.,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
Growing Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office, corner Fort street and, Chaplain
Lane, oppo' he Catholic Mission,
at 12 cents
a Quart !
Dolivorod in any quajtfltloa to aulL
Loave yoor ordora at STAR DAIRY.
or TELEPHONE 103.
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Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
.During June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
End of Car Line
W. 0TTMAN, Proprietor.
Draught and Bottled Boor.
WInoa of all brands of tho host quality
Tho only llconsod ostabllshmont In
tho district. 1239
Persons wishing to obtain boaia at
Makawao, Maul, can be ooominodated
at MRS. H. B. BAILEY S,
Terms. 10 por week.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Having thoroughly renovated the
and resumed Its original name,
I will be pleased to see my friends and
patrons as before.
H. A. JUEN.
Telephone 589. 1 ,287
Importers, and ffnor.mur,.
fine ail Liimor Sealers.
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No. 10 Nucanu Struct
Foiter Block. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islandi.
f. u. uoi,t. Mututl Tcltphom 108.
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Jwior Allon & Kort St;., Honolulu.
fl CLUSTER & CO. '
Our artist. Mr. W. Y. Ifnu,
is now ensratred on n rnmmic-'
sion to color 300 Lantern Slides
of Hawaiian subieers. Th
slides, when completed, will
Lumyuac ucuny everytning or
interest that Hawaii h,n: fr,
shows and will form a vary
110 Hotel street.