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EVEN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY. JANUARY C, 190C.
The Little Ads with
Sew riua S, N3W TO -
10 cltlien laborers to work on the Ha-nilcl-llaena
road, Kauai, at 11.00
per day, bwise nnd fuel furnished
free. Apply to Geo. Mundon, Hnnn
loi. KanaL 32481m
flood paaturo for 12 cows Address,
stating price, to tt P O. llox 119.
HOUSE On Vlnejard St.
I10USK Oa Ilcacb nt Walklkl.
OFTICE-ln Walty Building.
WAREHOUSE! On Queen Street.
Improved nnd Unimproved Proper
Homes In all rarts of the City.
bishop & co..
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At1
783 Heretanla SL 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwtl, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms la
city. Helens Court, Adams lane i
toviy fnrrJihed mosquito proof rooms. I
A 84 VlDSytrd SL 2728 tfi
rarnuhrd rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs McCoanell 2563,
On Rapid Transit ear between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Tcmplo fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
Our $65 White
are marvels of beauty and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inehos, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as mots-proof and strictly
Sole Agent for Islands. Box 184.
IN VICTOR RECORDS
13ERG8TROU MUSIC CO., LTD.,
003 FELLOWS' BLDQ.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
Ml NUUANU STREET.
TeL Main 254. P.O. Box 949
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Sest black sand from 12 to 13 a load
according to dlstnnco hauled. Coral
rocks lor stable, roads and Blde
va&x; firewood. Third door below
King, Mtiunskea 5; P. O. box 820,
Telephone Main 39G.
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DYEING AND CLEANING.
Vimvra r l (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycle and fur
Bhhes empires. 620 King SL
T. Hayash) Clothes cleaned, repaired
sal dyed. (37 Heretanla SL
Vor house-help, phone White 2S91, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
Kir. Psaueola and Dcretanla.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
Ins. TakaU, 1284 Fort SL
the Big Results
DAY, for Now Ada.
Uecf cattle, for sale at Ka-
vl huku Ranch. Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 U
The finest assortment, (In the Islands)
of smokers' nrtlcles, Imported from
England; Including a large stock of
three 1) goods In fancy cases. Also
nil the trading brands of Clear Ira
ana and Domestic clears and Egyp-
Man and Turkish cigarettes at the
Ion est prices. Ladles or others do'
siring to mako Holiday gifts to smok
ers, arc lnvltod to cnll and Inspect
tlio slock before buying elsewhere.
Myrtle Cigar Store, Kort Street.
I 1-2 story residence, 1213 Matlock
Ave, 4 bed r., clec. wire, ono block
from 2 car lines, lot CO x 85; 12250
Easy pavment. P. E. It. Strnuch,
Wnily llldg., No. 74 King St.
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
Collcgo. Address IL F this office.
In qi nntltles, sprouted coconnuts from
ono to two years old Apply n. G.,
llox 40, I.I hue. Kauai. 32GG-lm
Gold-trimmed bark combs, cheap. Sang
On Kee, Jeweler. 130 King St., opp.
City Market. 3250-lin
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K.. llulletln.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
4 lots at Knpahulu tract, for cash nt
hoi so carrlago and cow. Address
GEORGE E. SADIN,
ROOM 14, MAGOON DLDQ.
TEL. MAIN 391
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR,
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR.AT.LAW, 502 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
STEINWAY and others
THAYER PUN) COMPANY,
156 and 158 HOTEL ST.,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DI8PLAY.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
tho nevs of the day.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano wnrerooms
of I,, n. Thnycr & Co., 158 Hotel St
oppoBllo Young Hotel. All ordors
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Doxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlery. Rear Union Grill.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. AH work guaranteed.
Enos Pros., Union above Hotel St.
'or nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion 8hvo. 1111 Fort SL
MONEY TO LEND.
In Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union,
"riv.ZlA-"a J J J -a1
One of the pretltcst nnd gnct ot
the New Year's prlvato dances was glv-i
en by Mr and Mrs Knyinoml tie II I ay
nrd nt the Hrltlsh consulate on Mon-1
day evening. The library was turned.
Into n ballroom for the nonce, nml III
was artistically decorated with maltl- High. Mrs. Hannah, Mrs Howard. Mrs.
cu-halr ferns and Mowers, The elee- Humphreys, Mrs. Harllee, Mrs. Hos
trie lights swathed In jellow were slter, Mrs. Hawes, Misses Ilertha
most becoming. The draw lugroAm and oung, Knthhsn Cartwrlght, SIcGII
hall w-ere dressed with flowers and the vrny, Hlgford, Mrs. MtClanahan and
dining rooin was used for the refreh- Mrs. Ingram. ,
ments. Japanese lanterns outside mado
the benutlful grounds as light as day I Mr. Manuel Itels gave an Interesting
nnd wicker chairs and settees were lunu on Sunday nt his Punchbowl rcH-(
plnied about for the lomfort of the Idonce. There were about forty guests
guests. Mrs. I nyard wm a beautiful
picture as she greeted her gucrts In
white satin and lace, n necklace of
pearls nnd diamonds nnd pearls In htr
exquisitely drcsed rolffurn complet
ing her toilette l'rrtlou to the dome,
which did not begin until 0:15. the
I.ayards gave a dinner, nt which wero
bidden Judge and Mrs W I.. Stanley
1 ndy llerron, l)r ami Mrs, F. II. Hum
phrls, .Mr. nnd Mrs. George Davles. Cajt
tain and Mrs. Nlhtark, Miss Margarrt
lllgford, n cousin of the hostess, ex
Governor Cleghorn and Mr. Davis An
derson. Pour leaf clovers were the mo
tif of the table decorations and the
place cards were also these leaves of
During the dome there
were two lancers. In which evcrybudy
nea In tli !.. I t
joined, and at tho end a Sir Roger do
Coverlcy. Cnptaln Merger nnd his mu
sicians furnished the excellent music
Everybody departed at a late hour, hap
py In the consciousness of having had
a really good time, for nobody iiudcr-
rtnntls better how to make nn evening
"go" than this popular host and host-'
ess, Among thoso present were Mr.
nn.l Mm tllAl.n.l T..... Mm n.,.1 X.u I
George Davles, Captain and Mrs. Nib-
lack. Mrs. llasll Combe. Dr. nnd Mrs.
P 11 Humphrls, Judge nnd Mrs. Stan-!
Icy, I.ndy Herron, Mr. and Mrs. Hawes,1"""""' i'-"" """ " i
Mr and Mrs. Danford, Miss Marlon """P '" -t glass bowls forme.l the
s,-,.n mi.. nii. mi.. Ann iVf,nfr.i renterplecc. On Wednesday night Mr.
Miss 'Super. Mr.'DavId Anderson. Dr.
IMward Armllage, Mr. Mateo Samlonn
Mr. Colburn, Mr. JamlcBou, Mr. II.
Hnrtman, Mr. Shcflleld Grace, Mr. How
ard Ilowcn, Mr. Owen Iladley and ex
Letters received from Washington
bay that Miss Kleanor Long Is looking
handsomer than ever, nnd Is a great
telle. Sho has become quite plump
and her complexion Is reported ns be
ing exquisite. Mason Long has at last
leatlzed the dream of his life, for he Is
with an excellent company and Is ton
eldered n clever actor. He was seen
In Washington recently by sevcrul Is
landers who heartily congratulated him
upon his success. Ills
i role Is generally I
that of the blaso socle
ty boy a part In
which he Is said to excel I
Among the delightful entertainments Monna hotel, sailed on the Klnnu for
of the week was the bridge party given mio and the Volinno. He expects to
by Mrs, John Iiodolph Slattery In her ho gone for ten days
pretty apartment at the Alexander I '
Young hotel on Weflnosday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. F. Klnmp entertained
The decorations of pink carnations' on New Year's evening at their beau
made a dainty bit of color. Tho prizes tlfut home on Thurston nvenno In lion
were won by Mrs. William H. Taylor or of Mr. and Mrs. Dallentyne. Mr. nnd
and Miss Katharlno Cartwrlght. The Mrs. C Hcdemnnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ten
first prize, a brass flower vase, was nnv iwii. ii- wniinn, umi,i. t.
won by the latter nnd tho consolation
,..., .i i-, m tin iur .miss aiico iiedemann, the Misses Dal
nnd won by Mrs. Taylor. There was luntvrm Mr vinrrv vu.i. i
also a' pedro table, tho first prize being
nuu u, ..ii . .iiiurew. uencious re-
freshmenU endeil a most enjoyable nf-
ternoon. Among thoso present wero
Mrs. Alexander Scott. Mrs. Henry Ly-
..... ....... ...i.uii.,uJ, am. nuimri ru-
Little Girl (to her aunt on leaving church) i "la it true, auntie, what ttei
iloraymsr. iaid cnat the heathen don t wour clothes?"
Auntlei V, dear,"
Little Clrll "fnen why did Mr. Stlnay put a button In the I'laUl"
gfwgrgl -"Trr.f- " rv
ham, Mrs, Edward Watson, Mrs. Slat
tery, mother-in-law of the hostess, Mrs.
C Wilder, Mrs. Clcrrltt Wilder, Mrs.
Cushman, Mrs, Van Vllct, Mrs. von
llnmm, Mrs, Young, Mrs. William E
Taylor, Mrs. McOrcw, Mrs. Clifford
In nil, and many strangers participated
In the Hawallsn feast, which consisted
of nil the dell, nrles of the occasion.
Lieutenant Commander nnd Mrs, P.
Pond gave a dinner nnd reception nSt
urdny evening, No ember 25th, In hon
or their daughter ami son, Miss Eliza
beth Keith Pond nnd Midshipman
James E. Pond of the United Stales
flagship Chicago. Cavers were laid for
rlxteen, the guests Including Miss Stel
la McCnlla. Miss Charlotte Gearing,
Miss Ruth Simons, Miss Williams. Miss
Louise Slencfce. Miss Ellison of lierko
Iav f lilaVi I lint An tm na Tl ( Qtna-t fnn.l
a HoopcI.t Prank M. Eckiund nnd
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Chicago; Ensign Lindsay H lcy of ' -' ur . J J d .;..V
'oVn Variant ilchroSenCe 'nd """ten" of tho Canadian Pacluc "May Morning." He Is n great favor
Robert an Sant. Chronicle, ,niiw..i . ..!. . i.i ' lto and received mue b nnnlnnun Mr.
Dr. and Mrs. Howard, who sailed for
San Francisco In the Siberia, have
been much entertained during their
visit here. On Tuesday night Mr. and
Mrs. von Hamm gave a dinner In their
honor and the other guests were Dr.
'nml Mrs, Charles Cooper. Dr. and Mrs.
"crbcrt. Miss Bertha Noting and Mr
Ar1cll'(? YounR- Jhe place cards were
;Vrclll .Y.?"n5. hn,1.n R."1? dinner In
nunor oi ur. iiownni anil ine mine uer
orations wero pink rnrnatlons and
nialdcn-halr ferns. The guests were
Dr Cooper, Mr. Alexnnder Young, Mr.
W. II. Babbitt, Mr, Williamson, Mr.
Robert Shingle, Mr. Campbell, Mr. von
llnmm, Dr, Anderson nnd Mr. W.
Miss Gladys Graham has been nulte
III for the past week, but Iitmuch bet-!
ler. She will attend colli? here dur-
lug the winter. Captain and Mrs. On-
hnm expect to tall In Februnry. They
entertain quite often at the apartments
In tho Alexander Young, and Captain
Graham Is ns much in love with motor-1
lnR 'n lIono,"l" " ever. His big car;
y iravcis wun mm on nis sea
and Mrs. Charles Wilder, .Mrs. Clarke!
Wilder nnd Mr. Erllg Hedemann." Tho
tahle was a bower of beauty, the red
leaves of a flowering shrub contrasting
prettily with tho holly and greens.
Red shaded candles cast a becoming
glow over the table and gate a holiday
For cntlng, drinking, nnd cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
DrrtH.it Cocoa, 1.2 lb. lint
Gtrnun Swret Chocolate, 1-4 lb. calei
For Sale by Lcnilinft Grocers
WALTER BAKER & GO. Lid
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
13 IIIGIIUT AWARDS IN LL'KOPC
ntmnspherc to tho surroundings. After
dinner mulc and games made the even
ing pass merrily.
Mr. George Denlson of the Oalui rail
rood was host of a delightful outing to
tfniilltin ntnl mliii.ii n TliiicaitnK In
lauroad. .Mr. Denlson s special car
was attnehed to nn englno for the trip.
wa plantation was, of cource, of great
Interest to the guests nnd a delicious
luncheon was served at the charming
little hotel under Mr. llldgood's nble
direction. Among tho guests were Mrs
Denlson, Mrs. Marpole, Mr. and Mr
Alexander Young and Mr. Fred Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Hi.rmnnn VneVr. .-lint
family expect to mako a trip to Gcr-
many in the nenr future.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ivers have re-
ruroil a large and desirable lot In the
.Manoa valley, near tho Swanzy resi
dence. They expect to build very
Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaines gavo a dinner
on Thursday evening In honor of Ur.
nnd Mrs. F. It, Humphrls. Tho Gaines
expect to move to Collcgo Hills the first
The Carter mansion on Judd street,
W'OB the sienc of a larcc and elebornlci
lunch on Thursday In honor of Mrs.
Goodrich, the wife of Admiral Good-
rich. Mrs, Genrgo Carter always en
tertnlns delightfully and on Thursdnv
the two tables, with their dccoratlous
i roses nnu ropes or vioicts, presented
..,,., ...,uh uiijimuuii. iiiuuiis mo.
...... ....... .... . ... v.i,t, .1MB. uym ;
Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, Mrs. Walbrldge,
Mrs. Cllve Davles, Mrs. Francis M.
Swnnzy, Mrs. Gait, Mrs. Charles Coop
er, Mrs. Ranney ScotL Miss Margaict
Hlgford, Miss Cordle Carter and Ml 33
plavcd bridge, which seems as popular
as ever In Honolulu, although It has
been quite superceded by a camo which
Is considered even more fascinating
than tho omnipresent bridge.
Mrs. do Witt, of Erie, Pn., Is expect
cd on tho 31st. She will Visit her fath
er, Mr. John II. 11 11 ss, who lives at the
Dr. Edward Armltage gave a Blag
dinner and a box party at the Orpheum
on Friday night. Among tho guests
were Messrs. George Davles, II. Dilling
ham nnd Dr. F. II. Humphrls.
The High Commissioners and paity
uau qiiuo a Bircnuous ciny on Friday.
Tho moment they reached the pier they
were met by a delegation of Chinese
merchants, tho secretary of the Chinese
legation, by members of the N. G. II.,
the Chinese cadet corps, as well ns byi
llin li. If..l. f II (.. m.
...v ...i. nutii icu Dun union, i nev
prececded dlreitly to tho consulate.
where a reception was held. Thero
wero inanv cheers nml the wildest en
thusiasm fur tho foielgn visitors pio
vailed. After being so hospitably en
tertained by Consul Chain? Tn 1,-nn
Ihe. drcve to tho capital, to th aunrtr
of Governor Carter. Among those who
uii!ivti in ijiu reception wcie .iir. 1-.
a. tjcnnorer. Jiulgo Sauford II. Dole,!
Hon. S. M. Damon. Mr. F. J. I.owrev.
Alw .. o.. .,,,. , ...... . f
. i4, i. niniiiiiiK, cioo itun I-ill, wno is
row n mandarin, Mr. Charles M, Cooke,
Mr O. W. Smith, Wong Kwnl, Chu
Gem, Chun Ming, Chong Kwnl. Wong
I.eong. The band played during tno
ii.ii ui me uiBiinguiBneu visitors. A
lunch was soned them nt tho Chinese
'"""'"" micr niiii-u tiiere.was a ins-,
play of flreworkB. The Illth CominLc.
Honors nnd paity asked to pny their
respects to ex-nesiuent Knnfonl .'
Dole, who Is easily tho most Impos-
iiik man in tno islands. An n
... ,.. Aii.or. vii.ii. i ii.; """"i. ".- i"u Bins jmnicipai
i,nnu ?o"i. S.s.Tsco'tV t"'lr flr8t "" nt Al"",0"a '
Mrs, Van Vlllet. Mrs. George Davles, i " ' '
nlntnient wns mndo for 3 o'clock and lug the holidays. Golf was tho objec
Hlgh Commissioner II. E. Tuan Fangitlc point of nil tho sportsmeu.
and High Commissioner II, E. Tnl
Hlng Shi nnd four others wero delight
tuny received by Mr. nnd Mrs. Dole.
Telephones htd been sent to several
friends and besides tho ollklnls of tho
IVdernl courts, thero wero Invited
Prince nnd Princess Knwnnnnakoa. Air.
and Mrs. Fred Macfarlane, MIbs Alice,
.viacrananc, Lieut, nnd Mrs. Slattery,
Mrs. WatBon, Mr, and Mrs. Qartley,
Miss Alloc Jones, Mrs. Wall, Mrs. An
(Irndo, Mrs. Winter, Dr. nnd Mrs. Day,
Miss Schaofcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Cham
berlain, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hawes, Mr.
Mnteo Sandonn, Mr. James Dole, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Adams, Miss Nina
Adams and Mrs. V. II. Humphrls.
Mr 1. V. lie, who Interpreted for
the party, Is a graduate of Cornell Uni
versity and Mr, Y. Izo a graduate of
Oxford These young men can speak
almost evcr language under the sun
and It was a pleasure to converse with
them The High Commissioners ex
pressed tbelr pleasure, through the In
terpreter, In meeting Judge Dole and
raid he was well known all over tun
Chinese empire. They made many com
plimentary speeches about Honolulu
during the hour's visit. Tea was served
and they all said it was ono of the picas
untcnt experiences of the day. After
leaving, Judge Dolo's they were con
ducted to the Aquarium. A dinner was
given them by the local Chinese mer
chants, followed by a reception. Mr.
11. E. Tuan Pang made a speech, which
was received with great nthuslasm.
The grounds of the consulate wero
elaborately decorated and Chinese
lanterns were hung all over the
grounds. The Chinese national anthem
was played after tho speech, The whole
party departed for the Sllrrla about 11
o'clock, well satisfied with thalr recep
tion and welcome,
Mr and Mrs. A. M, Drown gave a de
lightful surfing party for Mr. and Mrs
Marpole, guests of the Moana hotel.
The Marpoles expect to salt on Tues
day for San I-'ranclsco, where their
private car Is awaiting to convey them
At tho Alexander Young hotel on
Monday night a delightful concert waa
given which, followed by a ball, prom1
to be a mot enjoyable affair, Invlla
lions hid been sent out nnd they went
gcnerousl) responded to. The evening
was perfect and the beautiful roof gar
den was well patronized. It was a pleas
ure and a surprise to the many strang
ers to be able to sit out ot doors on
Nun Years evening without a wrap
nnd to enjo) the soft air. The conceit
was as follows: Piano solo by Mr
uanoi, me immi pianist, which was
given In n very iirtlstlc manner, Mr,
lto and received much applause. Mr,
l.rneu Kuats mandolin and guitar
tnlo-i called forth nn oatlon which wni
gracefully responded to. Mr. Coleman
Schwallle made a great hit ns a story
teller ami was very amusing, Mr,
linn e Hurtman gave some monolugu"
siccti ilea in his eleer wny, and the pro
gram. hlch wns good from beginning
to end. was concluded by a nlano solo
bj' Mr C'illOS. The Perfect Moor Of the
ballroom r.et claimed attention and
until n very late hour the room was
mieu wun me gay dancers. .Mr. Knars
"ichentra being most Inspiring. Light
refreshments wero served In the hall
room and a moU delightful evening was
spent. The mnangement of the Young
mil he congratulated on n successful
Dr. Kdward Armltage's stag dinner,
given at the Hawaiian hotel, was a
very Jolly affair. Among tho guesH
wero Dr. F. II. Humphrls, Mr. Albert
Judd, Mr. George Davles, Mr. II. Dil
lingham, Mr. Raymond do D. bayard,
Contain Savi-e Mr. Shomni.i rir.v,, i.
K. Hartman, Prince Dnvld Kiuvanana
koa and Mr. A. G. Hawes. Afterward
Dr. Armllage took his guests to ths
Ornlieiim. ulmri. Iixth i,n,i i..
Miss Iidna tiiinn In thn ctiMt nf Mix
Washington. The two clrln iinrtlHn.ii.
Among the arrivals In the Korea
were Mr. nnd Mrs. Long, Dr. nnd Mrs,
Walters. Mr and Mrs P. M. McCand.
less, Mr. and Mrs. Ulshop, Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Knudten. Mr. and Mrs. E. A.
Mrs Pockllngion, Miss Pockllngton
and Miss Hurgreores are registered at
me Alexander Young hotel.
The military hop at the Moana hotel.
gotten up In a half hour, was a very
piuasam airair. The dining room was
used for a ballroom with good results.
Previous to tho dance the band nt-
taction to ine anerman gave a very
Mrs. Goodrich and Miss Goodrich
sailed for San Francisco today.
On Tuesday evening Princess Ka-
lanlanaole gave a luau In honor of Her
Majesty, the Queen.
The engagement of Miss Alice Jones
Abram Lowls was one of the social
features of the week
The christening of tho youngest
child of Pilnre and Princess Knwana
nakoa will occur this afternoon nt 3
o'cloik nt tho aWlklkl chapel. A ro - '
leptlon will be held nt the Campbell
Parker mansion at Walklkl. Tho little
onn Is to be named nftcr the Queen,
Mi. and Mrs. J A. M. Johnson salt
ml nn u,. i.-n.,n it... n,,i r,..i.....
v ..w.v.. ... i.tv U1IV1IL
Mrs. Wilkinson of Wnlalne has been
visiting Mrs. T. J. King.
MlH3 A N. Dulsenberi; was a nassen-
ger for San I'rnni'lsi o. She has been
visiting her sleler. Mrs. H. Alexander
Mr. V. Matlock Campbell Is a guest
ni .virs. McDonald at Walklkl,
Halvlwa was as popular as ever dui-
The annual meeting of the College
Club will bo held nt the home of Mrs.
Solum Kinney on Anapunl street nt 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, January Id.
The -program will include music and
Airs F. It Day will read portions from
her new book,
Day rum Harbor grog.
That Tired Feeling
Which is so I
ing is often
ing in defi
The blood needs
to be enriched
and for this there Is no medicine la
the world equal to
The euros It lias workod, tho men.
women, and children it has restored
to health, are countless In number.
One such experience is as follows i
"I hare used Ayer's garsspsrllla In my
family for years, snd oulJ not be without
It. I ued to suffer with boils and skin
eruptions, attended with great lassitude
and exhaustion. In fact, I as so HI that
I could aot attend to my business. Being
adrlaed to try Ayer's Earsararllla, I did so,
and I am happy to say that the medicine
restored me to perfect health. I have since
used Ayer's Sarsaparilla for my children, in
various comn lal n ts, and 1 1 has slwsra proved
effectlrs. lean safely recommend it to suf
ferers as a true blood purifier."
Thero are many Imitation
Be suro you get "AYER'S."
ATin'S PILLS, lha b,1t f.mllj lutllra.
AT THE ORPHEUM
The "King of Detectives," ns pro
rented at the Orpheum last night, la
positively tho best melodrama over
troduced here. Although Interspers
ed plentifully with striking climaxes,
nona of these nre overdrawn nml ii
true apparently nre they that not only
tho cnlinrr unri u tiiriiici in ih
height nt pxr-ltnmnnt. Inn mi nm llin
patrons of the dress circle and orches-
trn, who cannot help but catch the In
tensity of tho play and throb with
pity or hatred or Joy, according to tho
different characters' effecttvo business
Tho play opens with a sccno In low
er New York. As It develops it bo
comes evident, through the Intrlguo
nf tho villain and tho adventuress,
thla the beautiful hcrolno Is to bo en
wrapped with circumstantial evidence
that will convict her of the murder ot
her brother. From this to near the flu
Ish her life Is crammed with diversified
plllkla as strenuous as sensational.
At last tho "King", against almost
baffling evidence, saves the darlhig by
the Introduction of films from a moving
picture In the court scene, In which
twelve real live- Jurymen appear.
Tho scenery In this magnificent pro
duction will appeal to any audience, es
pecially In the net where a filing ma
chine Is shown In midair. Another
thing that appeals even to tho most
crltknl Is the exactitude shown In tho
changing of costumes after a supposed
lapse of time. Tho costuming of Mr.
Uuliler as tho "King" shows an ingen
uousness In disguises that often de
ceives the audience. This play will be
continued the balance of the week. It
lEIIB 10 IK
Considerable surprlso was created
at the omco of the Secretary this morn
ing by the receipt of a latter from
"Jlmlsjall." addressed to A. U C. At
kinson. Thnt Jack should havo friends
In Jimmy's Jail or any other Jail Is de
plorable, but It ts possible that this Is
only one of the temporary stopping
places of John Brown, who, as Is well
known still "goes marching on." The
etter Is ns follows:
"Jlmlsjall, Alberta, Canada, Set. 15, '03.
"Dear ploso let me have all tho In
sermatlon on Imergatton.
"Jlmlsjall Alta Canada."
From llllo and wny ports, per stmr.
Kinau, Jan, G. O, O. Denny, Mrs. O.
- Denny, M
Engau, A, W. Monaster.
-irs. it, w, jionasicr, u. Jennings,
.Ml us K. Jennings. Miss M. Tosh, High
Shcilff Wm. Henry, Geo, C. Sea, Mrs.
W. A. Connor, SI. D. Holl, Fnthor UI
rich, Miss Ko , .nkamurn, Sirs. Naka
mura, Master Tako Nakamuin, Sirs. J,
E. llarnnrd, Slis. A. II. Squlie, Miss
Itcnwlck, SIlss K, Polkoruns, SIlss
Dora I.ldgate, Sirs. A. I.ldgato, C. K.
Stlllinan Jr., II. It. llryant, A. Mason,
Sirs. J. I.. Kopa, Mis. Alex. Auld,
SIlss E. Holstolu, SIlss Alleen Simp
son, E. K. Lindsay, SI. A. Dins Jr.,
Win. Hurloy, Wm. Lane, T. Lao, J.
Slaht. SIlss E. Richard, SIlss A. Rick
nrd, SIlss V. lticknrd, SIlss Itlcknrd,
James Oliver, W. O. Aiken, Sirs. W.
O. Aiken, J, R. Parker, Slastcr E,
Parker, E. .Morton, Miss C. Stewart,
C. W. Baldwin. F. J. Cross, SIlss I.
(1. SIcDonald, Sirs. R. Taylor, SIlss E.
Per stmr. Llkellke, from Slaul ports,
Jan. C SIlss Sndlo Akona, Sirs. C.
Haimaloa, Sirs. Slakalel, S. Kakaleka,
L. D, Woods, Slaster SIcCoirlston,
Joe Lyons, John Hautcn and 12 ou
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