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JRBP . BVENINd nULLRTlN. HONOLULU. T. It,, SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 1900. .
R Our Leader I'lRrapfjJM', fj? $$f& SPl
iTifi IfllR A RbIAJ I 'fi reservation, Leslie I. Wine, lm enter Mart led the Joint leglslatlio invmtl ? flr Tki S (
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fV AP BR rB iHI l n 1 M ft HI IIIIVU IIH UUUlIt lUII Ul IIUIIU IIUU VU ' -" .. "im . ikiuho -
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Huvb ll Otlicr Pluvor AIo
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Wc have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. Q." Scotch WsRey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
W, C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Tlio new great snebem of the Ohio
reservation, Leslie 11, Wine, has enter
eil upon lil duties full of hope nntl en
thusiasm, niul tt will not bo Ills fault
If tlie order In Ohio docs not break nil
previous records for growth nnd prog
reus during tils administration. Mr.
VIe has long been prominent In Hetl
Irgs Mfe lusitranro Company, today
filnrtlcd the Joint IcglslatUo Invmtl
hating committee with n vicious dc
punclatlon of the officers of the Enul
tnblo Life Assurance Society, wlm
woro declared to liavo hounded him
for six years nnd to hao nttemptcu,
IhrOUKh Unld Attics, lilneftri In thn nnrv
lt-o or the Prodent company, to bring
Rooms For Rent
at very low price, by day, week or month. Roomi are newly furnished; elec
tric lighted; well ventilated and each room convenient to bath. Quests have
privilege of using reception room.
The Majestic Hotel
J SACHS BLUUK.
1 COKXEIt FORT AXD BEHETAT2TIA STKEETS.
; f NOW WE'&E OFF ?
We arc prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest l
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRST
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
AS. E WESTBROOKE. Mnaeer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT 8T, OPP. LOVE ILDS
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King: St. Phone Main 58
Ym rumijTrdjiii( w rc2
W SPAVIN CURE
itwtir VWf "i V aW' f
WERE THESE TWO CA8E8 WORTH THE COST OF TREATMENT?
, The evidence of the power and possibility of "Save-the-Horse" Is mass.
Ive, conclusive and convincing, the accumulations of years, not by one or
two worn-owt testimonials, but the Irrevocable truths recorded by business
men, bankers, manufacturers, breeders, trainers and horse owners the world
over. Write for copies of these letters to realize why our guarantee Is con.
atructed as-a contract to protect you.fJJfy5lft;iai
Carriages for Weddings a Specialty. Telephone Main 427.
THE NEWCOMB LIVERY,
George W. Os0d, Proprietor.
, LIVERY, BOARDING AND 8ALE STABLE8.
120-122 South Fourth Street.
Qulncy, 111., May 12, 1005.
Twelve months ago I owned a how practically worthless, duo to a very
bad bone spavin. I tried various remedies without success, finally purchas
ing from the Miller and Arthur Drug Co, of this city, 'a bottle of Save-the-Horse.
After using half the contents of bottlo tho horse has never taken
lame Btep. I would gladly liavo sold him for twenty-flvo dollars beforo us
ing Savo-tbe-Horee. I bavo sold him since for ninety dollars, and would not
be without Savo-the-llorse.
POSITIVELY AND PERMANENT.
LY CUREB Done and Dog Spavin, Ring
bono (except Low Itlngbone), Curb,
Thorouglipln, Splint, Capped Hock,
Shoe Doll, Wlndpuff, Weak and Sprain
ed Tendons and all Lameness.
CR nflper uot"e' Written guaranteo
Ou.UU as binding to protect you as
the best legal talent could
make It. Send for a copy and booklet.
At Druggists and Dealers or Express
Trade supplied by the Holllster Drug Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu.
TROY CHEMICAL CO., Blnghamton, N. Y., .. .. formerly Troy, N. Y,
I B&IV'f iGF& tTl
Wff-: .irHWi Srsti.ll.
ninnhlp In the Utickeye State nnd lias nl,nllt , ., . Ih, '
held many high oftlccs In the grent jr, ScoU declared ti,at 1900 the
council, serving last year ns great iccords of his company wero stolen bj
I a man engaged by the Kqultablo Sn
I clety "for the purposo of prying upon
Ihe business" of tho Provident Life.
me stolen records, ho testified, wcro
1 found in this man's room nnd ho wan
afterwards Indicted. Prosecution was
withdrawn, It was testified, solely on
lehnlf of the man's mother.
Mr. Scott nlso charged that a t roach-1
crous bookkeeper, who had beet; d s-
rhnrged for gambling, was In league
witn tho man who stole the records
tnnd falsified tho books of tho com
pany. From this man, Mr. Scott testi
fied, he received a confession In writing.
Tho most sensational dramatic
scene that has occurred since tho com
mittee began Us sessions developed ns
I!r. Scott pleaded for tho suppression
01 four letters Mr. Hughes was about
to place In evidence. Ho protested
that tho Introduction might moan the
niln of himself nnd family, and It
would place tho committee In tho atti
tude of aiding the Equitahlo In tho con
Leslie n. wise. spirncy no iivciurvu us uuicvrs uau
.... .. . ... -. formed against him,
senior ""more. " rcsiueni , , effort8 u,c, howcver
""''""; .v....". - --- nn,i ttl0 letters were placed In cvl-
10,000 Ilcl Men nnd Is growing nt n ,iencc, showing that for seven years
rapid rate. tl.u Equitable has had a claim against
The gain In membership In Oregon Mm of nearly $00,000. This debt, ho
during the past great sun was 202, glv-' stated, was in dispute, although th
tug tbo Jurisdiction it membership at tetters tended to show that the claim
present of 134S. nai1 been admitted by him on several
Since riant moon Wnsoca tribe of , occasions.
Philadelphia has adoptod 63 Ttocn?''"3l?
, .,,.i,, ( o-xi inve.oped In mystery when tho aft-
and now lias n membership of 029. ,,..noon scg8,on cl08C(1'a, whcn lho 8Cn.
TI10 great council of South Dakota Mttonl ncdcnt wns dc eloped,
adopted n law prohibiting the ndmls-1 why tho Equitable should have al
slou of saloon keepers, bartenders, re- Icw'ed a claim of this sort to llu with
tall liquor dealers and professional out nn effort at collection for seven
gamblers. )eurs was not In nny manner explain-
It constant and earnest work be Pd. nnd It was easily understood that
your rule of conduct as n member of back of tho whole affair was one of
tlio onlcr nnd tho making of your triuo j.fi-'" """" luuk "v
Vi. in7-Nmtirrlrnt Inlfcmn.
I nm composed of forty-ulne letters
and form two lnes from n well known
My 3,"-2-2.1 Is n buy Insect, nnd my
10 S-IO-tS-'JT-f. Is n little we! Inner
My an-M-S-33-10 Is a fnmlllar ttw, nnd
to Is my 10-I2-S0-II-2S-14-1-2I. My
17-n7-8-O-20-n2-10-ll Is n spring flower,
and my 3-1 1-13-10-13 Is n summer flow
er. My 41-20-0 22-7-12 Is nblrd.wlth n
sweet song, my 2.V40-3.1-4-21 Is n bird
of sable pluningS nnd my 4r3.-17-il-
30-18-0 Is u bird of brilliant iliiiiiiig
My 23-20-40-31 Is n fresh water duck,
while my 12-40-15-33 Is delves.
o. .1.1H. Hdl.llr.
I'm always turning, turning-, turning:
lm nlua)s churning, churning, churn
ing. I'm always spurning, spurning, spurning
Tho water I have used.
I'm nlwnys slinking, shaking, shaking;
I'm always quaking, quaking, qunKIng,
And much discomfort's of my making.
Though I am quite amused.
It's hard to travel now without mo;
Just nsk the company about me.
You will not seo mc, yet don't doubt
You'll soon hear me abused I
.No. n.0. Ilerniillnllnns.
1. llchend an article of clothing nnd
leave nn nnlmnl.
2. llehead n household article and
tho best fraternal organization In your
bunting grounds your constant pride
Tho report of dreat Chief of Records
Vl'llson Urooks of Illinois shows 3,102
tribes nnd 1,014 councils, an Incrensu
of 170 tribes and 101 councils during
tbe past year. The tribal membership
Jan. 1, 1001, was 201,007; adopted dur
ing the year, 60,400; admitted by card.
4,221; reinstated, 3,081; suspended,
C9.010; expelled, 451; withdrawn by
pear do bo a part of high flnnnco, as
practiced In tho life Insurance com
I The Incident furnished absolute
proof of the fact frequently stated
, that .much of tho ammunition used by
I tho committee on Its Investigation if
being furnished by Thomas F. Ityan.
It 1e known that ho had turned ovei
to tho commtttco a mass of lufornia
t.on tending to show that tbo New
York Life and the Mutual nro worse
than the Equllnblo, and his close con
ncctlon with tho committee was shown
by the fact that a messenger from tho
rd, 10,022; expelled, 70; withdrawn,
077; died, 477; membership Dec. 31,
1004, 03,407; net Incrcaso for year,
Tho Jurisdictions having tbo largest
tribal membership aro Pennsylvania,
01,032; Indiana, 40,141; Now York, 31.
610; New Jersey, 25,014; Ohio, 13,022;
California, 12.8G0; Massachusetts, 12,-231.
the leading Jurisdictions In tbo Dc
Sreo of Pocahontas arc Indlnna, 13,
058; Pennsylvania, 11,371; New York,
7.853; Ohio. 6,181; New Jersey, 3.S00;
California, 3,(U1; Massachusetts, 2,003;
In West Virginia last grent sun near
ly 10,000 fathoms of wampum wero ex
pended for relief purposes. This Is
more thnn 3 fathoms per capita. Nino
tribes nuil live counclU of Pocahontas
.n. ntlO. ItliMrn Xnmp Tussle.
Tlio namo of a world renowned mil
itary hero is hero Illustrated.
No. 301. Connected Word Squares.
card. 4.607: died, 2,120; membership,
Dec. 31, 10OI, 813,714. L'qullnblo brought to tho city hall cor-
The membership of the councils of lespondenco between Scott and Alnx-
the degree of Pocahontas Jan. 1, 1001, nndcr ond walled until the letters had
was 01,055; adopted. 17,053; admitted been Introduced In evidence nnd took
br cord. 650: reinstated. 000: suspend, 'bem back again to bo roplaced In tho
w . . - I fll.i.d nf 11 utfiAlnf 1(
llicn ut nit; Dtvivt
Mr. Hughc3 revealed another sensa
tlon In tho ndmlsslon that the reports
or tho company to tho insurance uc
partments of Wisconsin and Connect!
cut wero falsified in tho years 1897,
1S9S, 1899 and Instead of showing a
coin In mortality In those three years,
showed un actual Ions.
Henry Moire, who has been employ
ed as actuary by tho Provident I.lfo
lor lour and one halt years, was called
to tho stand for a few minutes, and
"Now. there are two years shown on
your statement hero In wnlch there
wero extraordinary galiiH In mortality.
In 1S9S S398.GG2, and 111 1S99 329,7Sj.
According to your Information, both
of these aro Inaccurate?" A. Yes.
(). And do you mean to suy that
If you got tho actual figures from
jour record in place of theso tho en
tires gain would bo wiped out and a
less substituted? A Yes.
Q. Ilecauso mortality rato wns over
tro por cent 7 A. Yes.
Tho report In explanation of tho ex
tiaordlnary galn& In mortality had Eta
Incrensed Interest In the Order, ted 1110 mortality tor li'J'J to 00 1Z per
Workshop niennlnar. tent. Instead or more than 100 per cent.
tnz.rnn.n.1 iin,iiinn nn,i tnntilrloa There had been many other rovela-
na to Utopians nnd options of tho A. O. !"" "luring tho day tending to show
U. W. lead to tho belief that tbcro Is 'Ihc rroyWent I. fo to bo ns badly ton-
Ull'U 111 IIB UUUKKCepiUK
O O O O
O O O O
Upper left band square. 1. Hinds. 2.
An Island. 3. A fcmliiluu name. 4. An
Upper right baud square. 1. Tbe
amount paid. 2. A masculluo name. 3.
To move. 4. A member of the con
Ccutral square. 1. Final. 2. A part
sung by n female voice. 3. A luminous
body. 4. Severed.
Ixwer left I111111I square. 1. An In
ventory. 2. Within. 3. To remain. 4.
Lower right band square. 1. Woap
ous. 2. Genuine. 3. Tho hair on the
neck of n horse. 4. A w Inter vehicle.
GEORGE W. OSGOOD.
Is Indicated for any enlargement caus
ed by an injury which leaves a thick
ened condition of tho tissues or skin
Horso can bo worked with either
shin or anklo boots, as no harm can
possibly come by either destruction of
hair or scalding of tbo limb, "Save
the-Horso" can bo applied In all condl
tlons and extremes of weather,
Increased Interest In tlio order, and
tbcro Is a geuernl disposition to again
enliven tbo meetings, as of yore, by
The grand recorder of Washington
recently reported a membership In
good standing In his Jurisdiction of
Encouraging news of progress comes
from Pennsylvania, New York, Illinois,
California, Colorado, Minnesota, Iowa
as tho Now
York Life, which failed to record $160,.
100 given away In campaign contribu
tions. It was shown today that not only
had tho funds of tho company been
used to buy It for Frank It. Hadley In
189C, but 125,000 was lent to Doswcll
6. Iluckley, Cincinnati agents, to per
mit them to purchnso 100 shares of
Tho money was turned over to Scott,
and elsewhere. who purchased the stock and deposited
The "get busy" Idea will effect two " 100 shares with mo now iorit ho
very desirable changes In tbe lodgo ,''? ,nn.ll T"'8t Coi"Pan.j; a.ParH J
room It will Incrcaso tho membership
and tbo attendance at tho same time.
Every member on tho level rata plan
and nil members over flfty-flvo years of
age are accumulating n reserve.
Fraternal Order of Knales.
At tho recent voslon nf the grand
nerle President Pelletler gae the vnl I
cation of tho assets of suboidlnnte
aeries as' $1,700,000. The report of
Treasuicr Head shows n balauco of
?85,00O In tho treasury of tho grind
Tliu total membership of tho order I
now mote than IOViOO nnd the tolu
number of aeries 1,012,
The order, which was fo'imlcd Ii
1809, disburses more than $3W00 111
nually In benevolence and rhnrl'.v.
the collateral to secure tho loan of
(180,000 advanced to Scott on tho In
dorsement of John A. McCall, and
with which Scott later purchased tho
control of the Provident Llfo aftor the
death of Hadley,
Tho Interest of soven per cent, on
this stock Is paid to Scott, who pays
the company five per cent, on the -5,-000
loan to Ilobwell & Iluckley.
Tho only atrango leaturo of this af
fair Is that Scott did not borrow mon
ey from tho ompany to buy nil tho
sleek and then pay himself seven per
cent, on the stock and tho company
Ave per cent., tliun winning two per
ctnt. on the entire capitalization of the
com; any without paying a dollar of
bis own money.
No. 1103. A Slnr I'usile.
Ileplnco U10 stars with the sumo let
ter lu every word.
1. A mountain of Asia.
2. ... A city of tho Antilles.
A kind of tabor, used
3. . .
4. . . .
6. . .
by tho Moors.
A famous Isthmus.
mf w. s (is fj
Menstrual disorders, leucorrhoca, bear
ing down pains, sap the vitality out of
womanhood. Wine of Cardui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving oit these
Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every
duty of life.
Three Happy Mothers
MRS. C. SEAMANN, of Grcely, Ncb.i 1 was In bad health nnd suffered
(Treat pain at tlio monthly periods. After uilng Wine of Cardui 1 was greatly
relieved and two months ago gave birth to a fine boy baby. .
MRS. TOM MURRAY, of Kocheport, Mo.l Two years ago I spent about
half tho winter in bed. In February I commenced to tako your Wine of
Cardui. 1 was better nt once and in a month was like a different person.
My baby was born on Easter morning and my health has been good ever since.
Every expectant mother should use this excellent medicine. "
It. O. KHELUY, cf Monterey, La.: Year beforo last I paid MO.OO doctor
bills for my wife. After that my wife used ono bottle olivine of Cardui and
nine months after alio gave birth to a thirteen pound boy baby and I haven't
paid any doctor bill since.
Wlno of Cardui Is yours to tako today.
You can eocuro a $1.00 bottlo from your druggist.
YOU CAN BUY
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICE8 ON SHINGLES THAT
Talk Fop Themselves
NO. 1. 62 CLEAR 8HINGLES S.T.r.O PER M.
. No. 2, 62 8TARR SHINGLES S3J5 PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JU8T AS CHEAP. BIG STOCK OF
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCREEN DOORS, SASH AND
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA STREET, MAUKA BAILORS' HOME.
The HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL ASS'N.
Has Almost Reached Four Thousand Membership
What A Burial Contract Will Do For You
"Say, Cogger, why In the world do
5011 go through tho park blowing a
cloud of steam out of the back of your
automobile that looks llko a goyser?"
"For an object, my boy. Thero Is such
n rlnml nf stenm hack there vou can't
nee tho number." Chicago Dally News I mcVls ho wnntcd to know whoro
New Hoarder! "Did Dr. Dlfklns ovor
board with you, Mrs. HasherT" Land
lady: "Yes; but for a short tlmo only.
Ho left becauso tho location wns In
convenient." Now Hoarder; "Um-yos,
That explains It." Landlady: "Ex
plains what?" New Hoarder: "Ho gavo
mo a prescription today, and when 1
asied If I should take It before or after
Hobbs "He speaks In broken Eng- bonded, nnd when I told him no saiu
llsh." Dobbs "Is he a foreigner?". It cHiln't make' tho .Biigntest oilier
Dobbs "No; he stutters." 'tuciSfc-Chtcago Dally News.
Ma. aaa-I'reflx I'm tie.
Prefix a syllablo and cbango a coin
Into proper; a blemish Into n tyrant; nn
offense Into neglect; a portion Into to
go away; a morsel Into to cbnrgo with
debt; to wait on Into to bo worthy of;
a whining speech Into to pour off; a
degree Into to disgrace; the end Into
to rclato particularly; a forfeit Into
to describe; to fold Into to grow less;
a father Into to long for; n store Into
to disorder; a writer Into to dcllneato;
part of tho head Into to disfigure;
shupo mto to mnr,
A Deep Thinker.
"Isn't Mr. Teejus n deep thinker?"
"Ho must be," answered Miss Cay
enne "I never heard him try to say
anything without getting beyond bis
Ker to tlie lnssler.
No. 340. Hourglass: Centrnls Tur
key. 1. Se-T-to. 2. T-U-g. 3. It. 4.
E-IC-o. fi, P-E-g. 0. Y.
No. 3.'0.-Hook Tltlo: "Around tho
World In Eighty Days," by J, Verno.
No. Ml. Missing Letters! Initials-Thanksgiving.
No. 352. Doublo Acrostic: Prlmals-
Chocolatc. Finals Qlnger alo. 1. Com
lug. 2. Hawaii. 3. Ocean. 4. Crag. B.
Orlolo. 0. Liar. 7. Arena. 8. Tell. 0,
No. 353. Eliminated Vowels: 1,
"nome, Sweet Home." 2. "Tls tlie
Last Iloso of-. Bummer." 3. "March.
tng Through Georgia." 4. "Coming
Through the Jtyo."
No. 854. Crossword Enigma: "Allco
No. 355. Subtractions; 1. PIg-iny,
plJtl pig-tall, tall. 2. Hum-bug, bum)
No. 350. A Group of Dogs: 1. Dog
star. 2. Dog-ma. 8. Dog-wood, 4. Dogtrot,
' IT will give you the best service possible.
IT will give you Immediate protection at lowest cost
IT leaves no unpaid undertaker's bills.
IT Is a valuable asset to every thinking Individual.
IT aaea the necessity of hasty selection, when the mind Is unfitted for
IT saves all the hundred and one annoyances that come with unprepar
edness, end shifts the burden and trouble from the family to the Harrison
Mutual Burial Association.
ARE YOU A MEMBER7 If not, think about It serjously and act prompt,
ly. Send us your address, or call at 'our Parlors, 134 Beretanla St, and wo
lll give full particulars.
W. H. RICE President
J. C. AXTELL Vice President
J. H. TOWNSEND Secretary and Treasurer
DAVID L. Al and-W. W.HALL Members Bd. of Control
TOWNSEND COMPANY, ASSOCIATION'S UNDERTAKERS
Call at the SECRETARY'S OFFICE, 134 Beretanla Street and become a
member. Telephone Main 411. Copyrighted December 12. 1899.
Always . Good
Sells on its merits and is proclaimed by thou
sands of Housewives to be the
CHAMPION BREAD MAKER
A flour that will make the best bread will
also make the best cakes and pastry.
GIVE IT A TRIAL
Theo. H. Davies Sz Co , Ltd.
Grocery Department 'PHONE, Private Exchange S
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools furv
ntshed. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King n r. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
m. ..null it ii - ii- .-. in , ,. .jjiJ, - .ikaMuuk.. '