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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H., Fill DAY, MARCH 9, 190C.
Tremendous Reductions .
For One Week Only
Monday March 5th
ALL TRIMMED HATS
33 1-3 per cent
' less than regular prices
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA 8TREET8.
I t for it is on I
I RAINIER BOTTLING fil'iL';V's' J I " 1 I
c-A Digestive Marvel -3$
LIVING TOO HASTILY
AMERICAN WOMEN IREAK DOWN
LAST NIGHT'S PROGRAM
WAS OVERFLOWINQ WITH IT
GOOD HOU8E, GOOD SONGS, GOOD
NON8ENSE, EVERYTHING GOOD.
8ECOND NIGHT 18 TO
Tfccro wag something doing all thn
time anil bll of It was good. The Kills
minstrels havo tbts year surpassed ev
ery previous effort and set a mighty
high mark for tho future. The Opera
House wag crowded to the floors last
evening when the curtain went up on
tho very attractively singed circle.
It wastnlntts the end men at tho out
sot, but they camo In from every con
eclrablo place. This entrance of the
end-men was very effectlvo nnd put the
audience In good humor from the start.
Automobiles, Hying machines, Lotties
of Scotch and a watermelon giving tip
husky minstrels furnish a lot of possi
bilities for fun and the Elks made the
mo it of It.
Tho first part was one continuous
(Ire of fun and good music, dus Mur
phy presided as Interlocutor with his
usual grace. Among tho end-men It
uould be dlfllcult to pick a star. It
was An all-Btar aggregation with not a
poor stick In the crowd. After tho ar
rival of all hands, Jas, Dougherty op
ened tho list or good things with his
song "My Irish Molly O"; J. C. John
ston ang "Every Little Hit Helps" and
tho udlcnco wanted more. Waller
Doyle's "Everybody Works But Fath
er" resulted In encores that would not
be refused. I. s. Dillingham sang "It
Was Not So To Be" with splendid ex
pression. Dillingham Is always en
cored. Then camo Al. Moore with his
Lawaon, song and Its parody that
"brought down the Iioiieo" again. Bob
White singing "In the Shado of the
Old Apple Tree" as he knows It, kept
tho audlenco in good humor, and Has
tlngt Holland's "The Mormon Coon"
was Rood. There Is always action
when Howland Is doing a minstrel
stunt. Tho last gong of the first part
was Ouy Livingston's "On Iloblnson
Cruto's Isle." Guy can't be improved
Interspersed with the songs was the
running flro of snappy and laugh-pro-
'oKliig jokcs nearly all having n local
I flavor. Tho Oregon girls camo In for
I a very large share, perhaps more than
I The singing by the Dillingham nuar
! let In the second part was finished and
I The acrobatic work of Sam Johnson,
I U. Lnmon, Ocorgo Clark anuIlen Clark
I va ono of tho best features of the
evening, When such talent Is rival la
1 blo It Is surprising that more frequent
ua It not mado of It In public affairs,
Tho crowd alwayH likes first-class
work of this character.
Bruce Hartmann did a "small farm
ci" ttunt. He played the part all right
but tho audience did not enthuse over
his topic. Tno "bunch of nonsenso'
by tho Olnglngham quartet made up of
Whlto, Livingston, Howland and John
con, was very funny.
Tho finale representing a camping
scono and closing with Hugo Hcrzcr's
singing of the Elks toast, was very
pretty. Tho scenic detail was porfect.
This can truthfully be said or the pleco
throughout, and In this connection spe
cial mention should be made of tho
display of tho electrical American flag
at tho opening. There Is not a weak
spot or a slow moment In the program
ot the Elks Minstrels for lOOti. ltcrger
did his part well, as he always does.
2BB"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Irregularities and Female Derange),
ments Result-Cured by Lydla K.
Plnlcham'a Vegetable Compound.
Owing to our modo and manner of
living, and the nerrotfs haste of every
woman to accomplish just so much
eacli, day, It Is said that there Is not
one woman In twenty-fivo but that
suffers from some derangement of the
female organism, nnd this Is the scoret
of so many unhappy homes.
No woman can be omlablc, light
hearted and happy, a Joy to her hus
band and children, and perform the
duties Incumbent upon her, when she
Is suffering with backache, headache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, bearing
down pains, displacements, spinal
weakness or diseased organs.
Irritability nnd snappy rctorla take
the place of pleasantness, and nil sun
shine Is driven out of the home, and
lives nro wrecked by woman's great
enemy female trouble.
Head this letter:
Dear Mm, Pinlth-iini
"I was troubled for eight yearn nlth Irregu
larities which broke down my lirallb anJ
brought on extreme nenrounes and ilrrpon
dency. Lydla K. i'lnltbiim's Vegetable Com
pound proved to lw the only medicine whlcb
heli-ed me. Day by day I Improved In health
while taking It until I was entirely cured. I
can attend to my noclnl ami hou hold ilutlei
and thoroughly enjoy life once more, an I.yd la
K. rinkhttni's Vegetable Compound luumaite
me a well woman, without an aebe or n n In."
Mrm. Chester Curry, Saratoga Street,
Eaut Iloton. Ma.
At the first Indication of 111 health,
painful or Irregular periods., pain In
the side, headache, backache, bearing
down pains, nervousness or "the blues.-1
secure at onre a bottle of Lydla E
I'Inkham's Vegetable Compound and
be .'In Its use..
Cltinvn marmalade, pineapple pickle,
roscllu Jam, Chinese oranges whole In
Jelly, I'oha, and nil other Island Jami
on sale at Mrs, Annlo Ke.irns' factory
181 Hotel street. Coses expressed at
especial rates to any part of U. S. A.
BAND AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
The band will give n moonlight con
cert this evening ut 7:30 at the I la
wnllan hotel, as follows:
. PAHT I.
March "Our Visitors'' Iluhcni
Overture "Scmlramlde'' .... Itusslnl
ballad "The Turtle Dove" . ...Linler.
Selection "II Trovatore" Verd
PA TO" II.
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. .Ar. by Bcrgef
Mrs. N. Alnpnl.
Selection "Prince or l'llscn"..I.uder
"In My Merry Oldsrnoble". .IMwardu
I'lualc "Happy Heinle" Ijinip
"The Stur Spangled Bunncr."
Doycc "The young lady next door to
our house Is taking n physical culture
rourse" Joyce "Weil, what or It?"
lloyie "Her performance on tho piano
wng bad enough bofote"
DETAILS OF FLAN OF
I HAWAII YACHT CLUB
TO START FROM PENIN8ULA 8UN
DAY NEXT AT 2:30 P. M. A
CHOWDER AT PAVILION
AT S O'CLOCK.
Details of the cruise and chowder
tendered by the Hawaii Yacht Club to
the Oregon girls (Journal Party) on
March 11, Sunday, are as follows:
Cruise to start from rcmnsuin nt
1:30. or as soon iherenfter ns the
party reach the club house On nrrl-
Ing nt club house party will be Intro
duced to Commodore Cooper nnd mem
berg or the club, nnd Indies.
Embarking Immediately on tun
yachts, will follow the Gladys, rrom
which yacht the commouoro will. it)
llcturnlnc from cruise and time per
mitting, n launch trip to Ford's Island
anil bath In Mr. Brown's largo tank
At 6 o'clock n yacht club chowdef
will he served nt pavilion.
The Hawaiian band will discourse
tnuilc from 7 to 9:30 o'clock.
Yachts nnd cruise will be under di
rection of Vice Commodore J. A. Lyle
The assignment or guests and non-
yacht owning members of the club, to
the different yachts, for this cruise,
will be In charge of Mr. O. Sorenson.
The chowder nnd nrrnngements will
be In charge of Jas. Jaeger and Albeit
Decorntlng club house nnd pavilion
C. W. Mncfarlano and T. W. Hobron.
The guests will be assigned ns fol
Yacht Hawaii. Vice Commodore J
.. Lyle Mrs. Weathcrrcd. Miss Mad-
Ignn, Miss Courtctnancho, Miss Kins,
Yacht Gladys, Capt. T. W. Hobron
Miss Crosscn, Miss Hcavron, Mr. II. 1'
Woods, Mr. Dekum, Mr. Dowsctt, Com
Yacht Sprny, CapL II. I J, Picker
Miss Nash, Miss Brown, Miss Phillips
Mr Cannon, Mr. Spalding.
Y.ht Knpolee, Mr. Geo. Ilcnton
Mlss Parsley, Miss Procbstcl, Mr
.Mrs Geo. Herbert andf Mrs. C. V
Matfnrlnne hnve very kindly consent
cd to be chapcroncs for the club.
BIG LICENSE MONEY
Over 1100.000 has already been col
lected by the. Treasury for liquor lic
enses under the new law ns against
JG0.K0 in the last fiscal year under the
old law. There havo been, to date.
:SS llccnsca Issued all told, divided as
follows: Third clnss, 401; fourth class,
142; fifth class, 105. Under tho old law
thcro were In the Territory 130 dealers,
divided as to their class of license as
follows: Light wine nnd beer license.
25; beer license, 37; retnll license, 31;
wholesale license. 8; dealers license, 32.
Owing to tho difference In tho classes
of licenses under the new law It Is lm
possible to make an accurate compari
son ns In Increase, or decrease In the
buslncsH, as many n dealer Is now us
ing two licenses to carry on the same
business, which he under the old law
could rnrry on under one.
Eery tourist should tnko homo one
of our Aloha Collections or 43 Hawaii
an songs. Price $1.00.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
Fine Job Printing at the Bui-
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manag- . Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS, House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboya and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
vffl VvYf JURIST i
07nl'0 .jflF I L- - PXw
GREW MISS LEWIS' HAIR
AND WE CAN
Thi Great Dandirlne Nivir Falls to Produce tht Deilnd Results
1 AIS Lewi.' hair wo ery thin nj il wo Iru ih.n (wo feet in Irnjlh when
1 the ktfan wing- DtnJerino She lier heir nJ ec.lp ere now f.Irly
toomlng with new I Ho and vigor.
That's iho mm rcrtl cl this great remejy'e uereu h.Ir grower. Il en
liven., invigorates and (airly electrifies the hair glandB end tlSSUaa o( the
acalp, causing unusual anJ unheard-of activity on ihe part o'l ihese two moat impor
tant organ.. rosultlnrj In a strenuous and continuous growth
of tho hair.
The following la a reproduction o( Mum Lewis' last teller!
January 3, 1005.
Dear Doctor Knowltonl
You know I lotd )oti in my first letter that my hair woulj
not reach much hetow my aliouljers, anJ that all o ll together
only mado one tiny LraiJ.
I am aendmg ou my photograph, which I had takrnatSletens
Bros. It tells the whole atory Letter ihan I can tell ll.
EerboJy 1 know Is uaing DanJerine. au )ou ace I am Joing
something to show my appreciation.
Sincerely )ours. (Miu) LVA IXWIS.
DnndorlnO mokes iha acalp hrallhy and fertile ami keeps il
ao. ll Is ihe greatest scalp fertiliser anil therefore the grcalesl
hair-producing remedy tho world lo ever known
ll Is a natural food and o wholesome medicino for both the hair
and scslp. Evon a 25c bottlo of it will put moro
gonulno llfo In your hair than a gallon of
any othor hair tonlo over mado. It shows
results from tho very start.
NOW at all druanlsts In throo sixes,
23 oente, CO oente and SI per bottle
Latest Photograph of MISS KVA LEWIS
3372 Hamilton Avenue, riilcaao
Tothov bow quickly Iianilerliie acts we will tend
a Urge .ample Irru ly return n.all In niiy one l'0
i1 II. 1. MriTi-rtUdiii-i.t lu Hie Hiiitwlloii Ilan-
derlua Co., CiilmBti,v.ltliUielruan)OuuilJilnuil loieutalu
siiTtT or .lamps to pay twinge.
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY H0LL1STER DRUG COMPANY, SOLE AGENTS,
A Optimistic Light
Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be as cheerful '
as you desire.
Have electric lights In every room, In the kitchen and In tht
tYou don't have to burn all the lights all the time; but once elec- . ,
trie lights are Installed you can have all you want, any minute, just
where you want. , '
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at , '
the lownets or the cost, we snail be happy to supply you witn iuii
' Information on the subject ' i
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd 1
Offlee, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390. ' .
23 mm in mmm mm mm mmmrng
g To Our Patrons 3
sx We are now located In the new brick building on King -a
t street, between Maunakea and Kekaullke streets, where we will "
y be pleased to serve you with first-class goods In the meat line.
Z ur prices will always be fair. rrg
S We are supplied by the "Hind," "Magulre" and "Greenwell" i
t-. Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the Tj
killing and dressing of all animals at our ovyn slaughter house -
ee at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under
w. the dally examination of the meat Inspector of the Board of ZZm
S Health. "3
Soliciting your patronsge, we are, m
Very respectfully yours, "j
I C. Q. YEEJOP & CO. I
; TELEPHONE MAIN 2S1. J
iiUiiUUii iiiiiliiiiiiiUiii mi nimm
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wo Mtivo nil Othor Plavors AIo
Consolidated Soda Water Works. Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
NOW WE'RE OFF? J
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest H
ISLAND MEAT8. Alio, Garden Produce of all kinds; Dutter, Eggs, Chlolo
ens, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, .Ham; In fact, everythln" a FIRST.
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Mneer.
TF.LEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T OPP. LOVE BLD
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO,
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ihip your
good and tave you money.
Dealen in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage Jn Brick Warehouse, 2r5 King St. Phone Main Si
t- --4------f-f-- 4 -f -f-. .
t SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT :
. Telcpliono White OOI
It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per- "f
tonality. "Through Its halls runs tho story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL
Y. SUOA SHOTEN
WIioIomiiIu X: Retail Liquor Donlcr,
B g Stock of Japanese and America Llquora. 'inial Salecn In connection,
IWILEI AND KING STRb.iTS.
OHTOFFtr,F nnx km telep NE MAIN 64
MHMBaBABJBTJAV I ,Ha3'Ti?3sV(C'
Headquarters for automobiles with
t splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
have opened a horse-shooing
department In connec- '
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur- !
ed the services of a first- i
class ahe- are pro-
pared to ao an work In- '
trusted to them In a first- '
class manner, 'i
inll'n 'titift Utolt'l "i'n f "f l '! ' WaA iUv . ,; Jvs- matSM!iiJLjALiiai
ji Atokdi Ji' 'aO&eu i. '-iLjii$,