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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, JAN 27, 1000.
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Women WSio Know
Wine of C.irJul lias been to helpful to me
that 1 feel It my duty to advise sick and juffcriug
women to try this wonderful remedy.
MISS MARTHA IIUIIUR,
fiOi East 6Sth St., Now York City.
Wine of Carilut li simply wonderful nnd 1
with that all Buffering women knew of its good
qualities MRS. WIUIL'UUNA SNOW,
Treat. Economic League, 1'ortland, Me.
Every woman suffering with female trouUo
should try Wins of L'anlui. and I fully bclicvo
tliey will experience the Mine benefits and cure
which I have. MRS. I. A. AI'Sl IX,
COO N. Cth St., Kansas City, Mo.
My advico to suffering women ll to toko Wino of Cordul and they
will never bo disappointed in the results. MISS LOUISE FINK,
125 Llcnncssy St., New Orleans, L.
These women say Wine of Cardul will cure menstrual
disorders, bearing down pains, ovarian pains, leucorrhoea,
nervousness and hysteria that this pure wine will rob child
birth of its worst agonies, and that the change of life need
have no terrors for a woman who takes this great female tonic.
Will you take their advice?
Secure a Bottle of Wine of Cardul today.
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 & Co., Ltd.
Grocery Department 'PHONE, Private Exchange 5
YOU CAN BUY
HERE 20 PER CENT. LESS THAN YOU CAN FROM OTHER
HERE ARE PRICES ON 8HINQLES THAT
Talk For Themselves
NO. 1. 62 CLEAR 8HINGLES S3.50 PER M.
No. 2, 62 STARR 8HINQLES SU.25 PER M.
OTHER MATERIAL JUST A8 CHEAP. BIQ STOCK OF
DOORS (Northwest and Cedar), SCREEN DOORS, 8ASH AND
BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 'lUfmtlXMCml
C. B. REYNOLDS.
ALAKEA STREET, MAUKA 6AILOR8' HOME.
The Relief and Burial Association.
We now make our first assessment of one dollar to replenish our reserve
fund; thli fund li Independent of our relief fund; from this fund the Funeral
and Burial expensea of deceased members are drawn.
Remember, we will refund your helra or whoever else It entitled to It,
every dollar that you may have deposited with us during life; If during llf
member has paid In assessments, say, $20.00 or $30 00, thla amount with as
much more, will be refunded, and the Funeral and Burial expense are all
aaved to the family of the deceased member.
For the sum of $5.50 your family Is protected In the hour of a ad distress.
So. :t0. Half Siinnrr.
1. Used for Christmas decoration.
2. .V medley.
3. To rMt horizontally.
4. An Interjection,
C. A letter In year.
.i. nsi. nlnml Pnirlr.
Hygienic authorities declare tTiflt no
form of Indoor physlc.il exercise U bet
ter than dancing. It Is epcclally beiie
flclal for children In cold wi-nthcr,
when they are homed in more or less.
Then, too, dancing Is n perfect delight
to the little ones.
A silver trowel after tx-!iiu TIiiIIimIchI
Willi olalmrate leiemony In Hie irw
I Mice of ninny incmbcri of the Masonic
I order In New ork city win started cm
In long journey utuntly. To .Instlle
1 lodge Is due tin? Mni'fitlim of the Idea,
(and beforo the trowel returns to lli.it
. . . I lli.n It at Ml lini'n lumii liuml 111 ni'iirl
n cr ami ciimir limn hi '- " - " --" "-
Teach Children to Dance.
...... i. i,.....i i.. .. 1 1 Masonic lodge In the United States.
Whoso hands and feet are sadly In tho ,.,, wuldl llccolnl,alllca ,t
way would bo entirely at ease If itnnc- llia. 0CCI)y u.n )mtH. On Its return
Ing had been Included In their early , it wm uu vawt m, ti1P rcConl of in
education. It teaches juiiiik people travels. In the archives of the grand
how to enter and leave u room, how to lodge of the state of Now York.
Oncis tho wonts repreenteil by the
pictures, add and subtract as the digits
direct and you will get n number of
letters which, after you hare changed
them around, will spell the namo of nn
animal. New lork Herald.
make a courtesy or bow, how to sit,
stand and walk. Many a woman now
middle aged will recall how unhappy
ami uncomfortable she was made when
a girl at parties where there was dune
lug and she knew nothing of the line
art and was obliged to nit awkwardly
and watch the others spinning around
with Hying feet and hnppy faces, their
very eyes dancing with Joy. There was
real mental suffering, keen at that, In
thus being shut out from what gave
others so much pleasure.
Looked at In nil lights, dancing is
part of the liberal education of every
boy and girl, l'areuts nnd friends owe
it to n child's future to sec that this
part of Its social training is not neg
lected; that, too, no matter whether
they reside in town or country.
A life of suffering and misery,
without sleep, without appe
tite. Restored to health by
. I was grievously aMlctnl with bilious
nets and liter complaint My tnmitli was fn
a terrible condition every morning, my
tongue thickly coated, my breath was often
The Country Dancing Class.
ISo. n82. A Clirlstmna ZIkibr.
Knch of tlio words described con
tains six letters. When these arc right
ty guessed and written one below an
other the zigzags from 1 to 3 and from
4 to 0 will namo a holiday nnd its
1. Tho alligator.
S. A mascullno name.
3. Weapons for a bow.
-i. Con II lies within certain tiounds.
5. A Beam an.
0. One who engraven with the aid of
some strong ncld.
T. Highest point
8. Ono who makes men's clothes.
0. A current of wnter.
No. .143. Clirlatmaa Delia.
I heard tho bolls on Chrlstmaa
Their old familiar carols play
And wild and
Of peace on earth, good will to ment
And thought how tut the day had
The belfries nil of Christendom
Of piaco on earth, good will to menl
In all towns of any size there are
now dancing teachers, which Is fortu
nate for the rising generation. In farm
neighborhoods It will be easy to form
n dancing club and hnvc n teacher
come from the town to the com try on
one or two afternoons a week, meeting
the club llrat nt one home and then at
nuother. In general It has hevu found
that with children u woman dancing
teacher succeeds better than n man.
The children's dancing class can meet
Saturday afternoon, when there Is no
school, and the occasion can be inailo
so delightful to the little ones they will
look forward to It with ns much delight
as to n real party. All extrat ag nice In
Mi. tint. innerlenl Knlifnin.
I una composed of twelvo letters and
spell n name for Hauta Claus.
My 1, 3, -1, S Is ono form of saluta
tion. My 2, li, 10 Is to tit up a ship.
My 0, 8, U, 10 Is a monarch.
My T, 8, 1), 10 Is tho sound of a bell.
My 11, 12, 10 Is a part of tho body.
RELIEF AND BURIAL ASS'N.
JJ20 Fort Street.
Free Home Comforts
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other convent,
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS.
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
No. aKtl. Illddeu Tor..
1. Hero is a little Christmas Idol; let
Ethel look nt It
2. Did you- seo Hint otd man? I think
lie looked sad. Ilumlnntlng over past
Chrlsmas Joys, no doubt.
3. In tho circus thcro was a real
Arab. All tho boys wero wild to soo
4. I am going to put my now sled In
tho carrlngo house.
C. Ho, open tho door there, pleasol
flolTlaar the Problem.
riggmus To tell tho truth, wo have
to treat our cook as a member of tho
Dlsmukes flreat BcottI That would
never go in our house. Wo have to
treat ours as a visitor. Washington
Key to tho Pnaalar.
No. 872. Additions: Hum, humble.
Dab, dabble. Hub, bubble. Nib, nib
ble. Mum, mumble. (Jot), gobble. Dab,
babble, drum, grumble. Hub, rubblo.
Hob, hobble. Gab, gabble. Cob, cob
ble. Hub, rabble.
No. 873. Anagram: Christmas treo.
No. 371. Charado: Itlg, May, role
rigmarole. No. 375. Word Hrjuaro: 1. Slant
2. Lower. 8. Aware. 4. Nerve. S.
No, 370. Diagonal:
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Tho Masoulc home of Pennsylvania
has cared for 203 aged members of the
craft since It has been In existence and
now lias seventy-four brethren under
Itecent reports show there are 40,0s3
Master Masons on the grand lodge
rolls In Missouri, of whom oer (UrM
hold mcinbcndilp In St. Iiuls.
Tho grand chapter of Virginia, It. A.
M., will bo a century old In 11)07 nud
has arranged to celebrate Its centenary
nt Norfolk thnt year.
Ilecaiio tho board of equalization of
I.lttlo Hock, Ark., considers Scottish
Itltc bodies ns charitable organizations
the tnx valuation of their property In
that city lias been cut from $20,000 to
The Masons of Cambridge, Md., have
one of (he oldest Itlhles In this country.
It has been In their possession for
more than n hundred years, and ex
perts who luivo examined It say It was
printed by Urafton Sc Whlteehurcli,
cither In Hamburg, I.ubeek or Purls, In
Tho American Tyler says that ten lioys
coming from tho Ix-st families of Spen
cer, N. Y., were caught eavesdropping
nt a Masonic meeting nnd have been
lined $23 apiece. The lads entered thu
garret of tho lodge by ladders and con
cealed themselves under tho benches.
Thu St. Patrick Itnyal Arch chapter
of Toronto has now 310 members and
nearly 100 petitions on tho waiting
list. Tills chapter Is not yet a year old.
Tho Masonic Standard says tho Im
portant question Is not "Are jou a
Mason?" but "Why nro you n Mason?"
It is Interesting to noto that the Ma
sons nnd Odd I'cllows have In round
numbers, 07,000, tho same iuemtcrshlp
It1, fond dlfttrescd nu I ftifTcred much
from liradartir, my nUInwa Mlnw.and the
many Mii.nlhd rn-umtncmlrd me did no
gooil. At laM 1 rtiniin ni m tifng A)fri
trMparllla, and lujr Hti) ritvctiirnt ljrj;an
trant from tin- flrt tW It rrllrtrd tho
distress niHi.t fiv llpf, raud my find to
dlficut well, run d li y lirvulat IK1, Imj rotrd
my rm1ox(iii, and irMrrd my airtit.
ThcM imlfxtltcd fir lttt cratrfnl itmiIU
wcta croiniIitlHil ly ntv two nnd a hatf
iMittMof Ayor Nir'intllla." Ir.IaiIA
ll.TAnnox, Alumni, I'.i.
There are many imitation
Do sure you get "AVER'S"
Prcf irctt ij Dr. J. C. A j r A C . Law til, Mn., U S. A.
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
LEV1IS1MI TO UANCg.
dress should be nvntdiil and only plain
nud neat attire cIiohcii for the prnetlco
class, so that the poorer Ixiys mid girls
may not lino their feelings hurt, 'this
consideration they nro entitled to by
thu rule of common courtesy. A piano
can iiiaku all tho music necessary for n
class of learners.
Hoys us well us the girls should be
encouraged to dance gracefully. No
matter how they may object to the
dancing lessons In childhood, they will
bo thankful enough for these In after
years. To encourage tho little ones,
too, tho grown people, oven their moth
ers nud fathers, may Join adult dancing
clauses. Plenty of books on tho flno
art of dauelug nro to bo had, with Illustrations.
Etlquatte at Dancing Partlas.
s M n u d n r. n t
sbRmox i z k
LEO IS I. ATI
I I n II A T I O B
cohoxn i a l
s neviN e s S9.
No. 377.-A. Book Tltlo: "Uraeebrldgo
No. 378. Itlddlemorooi Mistletoe.
No. 370.-A Family of Dolls: 1. Dol
phin. 2. Dolorous. 8. Dollar. 4. Dol
man. 0. Dolly. 0. Dolmen. T. Dolomite.
Tho frequent small, rather Informal
danco Is now much more common than
the great ball, which has largely gono
out except for high ceremonial occa
sions. Kor the Informal danco Invita
tions are generally sent out by card or
noto a week or two beforehand, Tho
Invitations must bo answered,
Tho waltz and the twostep nro tho
favorite round dances. For variety
cotillons are Introduced. Tho lancers
Is a popular one still. The germnu Is
frequently danced, nnd sometimes It
occupies tho wholo evening. Tho first
I danco after supper Is usually a cotillon.
Refreshments nro served nt a tnble
In tho dining room or nro handed
around on trays when the. danco Is
two-thirds or three-fourths over. Sand
wlches, chicken or lobster naiad, cake,
Ico cream aud colTeo constltutu most of
tho eatables. Sometimes u wine punch
upon a sldu table is ladled out to all
who deslro It.
American girts may attend dauelug
parties with u gentleman encoit unac
companied by a chaperon, or u young
ludy may be accompanied by her moth
or or nn older woman friend. Where a
guutleman accompanies u lad) to a
party ho waits nt the entrance to tho
room wln.ro tho hostess receives until
thu young lady has laid aside h
wraps In the women's dressing ri
aud comes to Join him. Then the t
go In together. "V
DOUA IIKLI.K DKNNIHOHijS
Tho change now needed In our order
Is a change from Indifference to one of
actlvo enthusiastic work for the prog
ress of our lodgo aud tho order. Let
every member bo tho medium through
which now members will be brought In
to share tho benefits of the protection
to tho family our grand old order af
fords. It Is hnrd to see how nny mem
ber can remain Indifferent at this time.
when a llttlo effort by each would bring
us an era of splendid prosperity. Pro
tector. The winter season affords opportuni
ty for many splendid entertainments In
Recent reports show a membership Ic
good standing In tho Oregon Jurlsdlo
A class of fifty candidates was Ini
tiated recently In Peru lodgo of Ne
braska. Other lodges In tho Jurisdiction
report good g.ilns In membership.
Tho success nnd prosperity of the or
der lie In u good measure with Its In
A largo number of suspensions, If not
nil, can bo prevented If thu proper ef
fort Is put fortti to retain them, says
tho Ohio Workman. In tills respect tho
financiers aro n power for good.
Though many exert themselves In tills
direction, others seem to tako no pains
to keep tholr members In good stand
ing by a personal visit and n few
words of explanation, which generally
would Ihs sulflclent to hold them,
Tho banner lodgo of tho Washington
Jurisdiction Is Columbia, No. 2, of Seat
tlo. Tills lodgo has over 1,100 members
In good standing.
In tho death of A. P. Colbert Mary
land hns lost a valuablo member. lie
bad been grand recorder of the Juris
diction since Its organization In 1880.
At last reports Quaker City lodgo of
Philadelphia had 737 members In good
standlug. It Is the largest United
Workmen lodge In Pennsylvania.
Signs of Improvement nro noted In
many Jurisdictions that have retrograd
ed numerically In tho past few years,
and net gains In membership aro bo
t'nder nnd by vlrtuo of a Writ of
Kxccullon Issued by Wb, I. Whitney,
District Magistrate of Honolulu, Conn'
ty of Oalm, Territory of Hnwall, on
the lGth day of January, A. 1). 1001,
In tho matter of Abigail K. Parker, J.
O. Carter and Cecil Ilrown, TruRtecs
under the Will of James Campbell, do
ceased. Plaintiffs, vs. Tho Woods In'
itltuto of i'hyslcnl Culture, Defend
ant. I did In said Honolulu on tho ICtli
day of January. A. 1). 190G. levy upon
nnd shall offer tor salo and sell nt
public auction to tho highest bidder,
at the Old Masonic Ilulhllng.iorncr Port
nnd Queen Streets In said Honolulu,
at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, tho
17th day of February. A I). 190C, nil
the light, title and Interest of the sntd
Tho Woods Institute of Phslcal Cul
ture. Defendant, In nnd to nil tho fol
lowing described personal property.
unlets tho sum of Two Hundred Seven
teen and GO-100 ($217.60) Dollars, that
being the amount for which snld Kxo
cutton was Issued, tngctftcr wth costs,
interest and my Ice ana expenses aru
1 Wlro Mat, 1 Coco Mat. 1 Cot, 2
Door Rugs, 6 Oak Chairs, 1 Oak Table,
1 Tnblo Cover, 1 Wasto Ilaskct, 1 Flow
er Pot, 1 Cnuas Floor Cover, JO Coco
Matting, 1 Largo Palm, I Largo Learn
er Hall, 1 Holler and Piping, 1 Step
Udder and Ducket, 1 Reclining Chair,
I Stono Filter, I Stools, 1 Largo Mir
ror, 3 Small Mirrors, 1 Platform Scale,
Rubber Mats, 1 Canvas Cot, 2 Punch-
lug Rags, 4 llrushcs and Combs, 1
Clock, Lot Truuks, Sweaters nnd
Dated nt Honolulu this lGth day ot
J, S. KALAKICLA,
Deputy Sheriff of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Oalm.
32S:-Jan. 17. 27, Feb. 7. in.
SHERIFF'S 8ALE NOTICE.
Undrr nnd by vlrtuo of a Writ of
Execution Issued by Wm. L. Whitney,
District Mnglstrate of Honolulu. Isl
and nnd County of Oahu, Territory ot
liawnll, on tho 2nd day of December,
A. D lOftS. in the matter of J. Men-
donca et nl , doing business under the
firm name of MolllllI Oakery. Plaintiff.
vs. I). L. Kcku Lokana, Defendant, anil
II. Usher. Auditor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, Garnishee, I did In said Ho
nolulu. Island and County of Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, on tho 29th day
of December, A. D. 190S, levy upon
nnd. shall offer for sale and sell at
public miction to tho highest bidder,
nt tho Police Station, Kalnkaua Halo,
In raid Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon ot
Monday, tha 29th day of January, A.
D 190G. all tho right, tltlo and Intercut
of tho said D. L. Kcku Lokana, Defend
ant, In and to all tho following describ
ed property, unless the sum of Thirty
and 42 100 (130.42) dollars, that twine
the amount for which said Execution
was Issued, together with Interest,
costs nnd my fco and expenses aro pre
That ccrtnln piece or parcel of land
Mttiato at Punahou, In Honolulu, I st
and and County of Oahu, described
and hounded ns follows:
1. 110 feet along said Bcckwtti
Mrcct to tho Northwest;
Commencing on tho mauka or upper
side of Ileckwlth Street at a point dis
tant 170 feet more or less, from Inter
section of that same side of IlcckwUli
Street with tho Western sldo of Met'
calf Street, tho samo point being also
tho boundary of an adjacent lot be
longing or formerly belonging to Do
mingo dos Mattos and from thence
running ns follows:
2. 2u0 feet on a lino perpendicular
to tho above and running along; the
boundaries of tho lands belonging, or
formerly the property of M Horst
nnd M. L. do Camara up to tho tntcc
(cctlon of tho Makal sldo of Marquee
3. Along Marques lano to tho SarrttM
east, 110 feet up to tho boundary at m
lot belonging or formerly tho propatv
of Sehastlo dos Santos;
I. 200 feet on n lino perpendicular
to tho above down to tho starting
point. Tho same containing an mot.
cV 20,000 square feet and being a pro
Don of Royal Patent 1945 nnd ttnr
tame convoyed by deed of L. IJ. Wniht-
nnno (k) to said D. Lokana Kcku, dat
ed tho 29th day of September, A- IX
1900, recorded In the Register or cc
eyancon. In Honolulu, Oahu, In Dootc
210, pages G5 and GC.
Tho abovo property Is subject to ar
morlgngo executed by said D, L. KeMn
and wlfo to Loulza da Olorln Mnrccl
lino, dated August 2Sth, A. D. 1905, re
corded In Rook 275, pages 218 and 21f.
A Cash pnyment of one-half of IVo
amount of the successful bid to trfr
maclo nt tho tlmo of sale and tho bsl
tnco to bo paid upon deliver' of tha
deed. Deed nt tho Expenso of purchaser.
Dated at Honolulu, this 29th day ot
December, 190S. ,
A. M. RROW.V.
Sheriff, County of Oabtx.
3207 Dec. 29; Jnn. 8. 19, 27.
Tho Knights of Honor recently put
Into effect tho Increased rates on all
members over sixty years of age.
Thcso members are given nn option of
paying udvunced rates or to accept n
plan whereby tho certificate Is scaled
each year until tho ago of hcvcuty Is
Tho Elks offer $1,000 for a now
ritual, and tho A. O. U, W. also wishes
e now one.
Tho ritualistic work of any society
should nlwnys bo mado as lmpresslvo
ns It can bo nvide by dignified and In
A monument erected by tho Wood,
men of the World to tho memory of
Galveston Woodmen who perished In
tho tidal wave of 1000 has been un
veiled at Lake View cemetery, In that
ONLY 20. To quickly Intro
duce our latest fashionable Jewelry
ectalOQue we send thla beautiful chain
and cross pendant, has bright 14k. gold
finish with brilliant atone set center
and snap catch chain 22 Inches long.
8HEL0Y JEWELRY CO.,
Covington, Ky., U, 8, A.
I Fine Fire Wood
0 FOR 8ALE o
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord &. Delser. These ties will make
Per Cord at yard, $5.00,
Per Cord, Delivered, $5,76,
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & RICHARDS.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THH
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. la
Probate; nt Chambers. In tbo Matter
of tho Estato of Henry Martyn Still
man, deceased. Order of Notlco of Pe
tition for Final Distribution ndn Dis
charge In this Estato. On reading and
ullng tho petition ot John M, Dowsett.
of Honolulu, executor under thu will of
Henry Martyn Stlllman, deceased,
wherein ho nsks that a final order may
ho made of distribution of tho prop
erty remaining In his hands to tho per
sons thereto entitled, and dlscharglnR
him and his sureties from nil furthor
icspanslblllty ns such executor, It lev
ordered that MONDAY, tho 5th day ot
MARCH, A. I). 190G, at nlno o'clock
a. m., beforo tho Judge of said court at
tho court room of tho said court atIIr
nolulu, Island of Oahu, bo and thu
rnmo hereby Is appointed as tho time
and placo for hearing said petition,
and that all persons lutcrcstod may
then and thero appear and show
cnitse. If nny they have, why tho eamo
should not bo granted, and may pro-
icnt evidence as to who aro entitled to
tho cald property. And that notice ot
this order, In tho English languago, bo
publlshed In the Evening Rullotln, at
newspaper printed and published In.
Honolulu, onco a week for threo suc
cessive weeks, the last publication to
bo not loss than two weeks previous
to tho tlmo therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, thla 20Ui
day ot January, 1906.
ALKXANDEH LIN1JHA.I, J1U,
Second Judge of tho Circuit Court ot
tho First Circuit.
Attest: J. A. THOMPSON",
W. S, Edlnga, attorney for petition-
328 Jan. 20. 27: Feb. S, 10.
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