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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., SATURDAY, MARCH 31. 1906.
Scatrico Wood, .
otLer womon who
No. 14 Main St., TKSiueoLA, Fla.., Nov. 20, 1003.
I had been suffering with irregular, acar.tr and moat painful menstru
ation, and when tho penoda oucurml I waa unable to be np and had to star
in bed fur a day or two. Nothing I took heljied me until I uacd Wine ot
Cardul. It proved to bo jul what 1 needed. Within two monthi Ihe
aorious pain hud diMpicnrcd, my hcadachca wcro Ica frequent and pot so
nurcro and filt very much encouraged, but had to uro your medicine for
lour month before 1 was entirely well and regular. I have enjoyed lb
unest licallii nw lor cigntrcn
months. 1 nm mtt mrular and
h.io no mom palm aiid caand
aiccp a weu a cuuiu uv utruroj.
Act of Ail
Ourlal Insurance la aa Important and beneficial In Hi way aa life
It costs but little to Join the HARRISON MUTUAL BURIAL AS
SOCIATION. Juat $6.00 membership fee and a very occaalonal as
sesament of one dollar when extraordinary emergency to demands.
Since the Association wai formed there have been only three assess
ments and the average coat to each member for the burial of a de.
ceaaed member hat been leaa than 2 2-3c.
Everything connected with the business of the Association la open
to the moat searching examination. Neither agnets nor offlcera of
the organization receive remuneration from the monlea collected, the
Association's Income being used solely for burial purposes.
For further particulars apply to
a . aaa w . .aa
dfatiauia nttim hi nrDrTAMiA
' wvkl . 41 Viiv iaT fcasajair - ii
Cured in sweet
pickle. Smoked over
real HICKORY fires.
Hams and Bacon
smack with flavor.
Swift (k. Company,
If your grocer cannot supply
you, enquire of
Theo, H. Davies & Co,
& urocerv weparimenc
Alter (our years of vuln endeavor to regain
her health by taking other uicdlcinea, MIm
Bcatrlco Wood was lnado a perfectly well
woman by taking Wlno of Cardul, tho moat
successful menstrual regulator and woman'
touic known to tho acloncc of mcdiclno.
KliO took Wine of Cardul and that la what
we advise you to do. "
Will you follow her example and be a
Wo could ihow you lcttcra from 10,000
pralso Wlno ot Cardul as aho praises It.
a, -n. ,
TaMiaovaa, Awa ajto cairn stild.
at munur MAIM 411
- w a I iivnn 1'iniis t a sa
No. 40. Mttmtriim.
1. An adhesive mixture.
2. To sew lightly,
4. To porcelvo b the palate.
C. Desolate ground.
No. 41. A Paullnar I.nnrheon.
1. HnvhiK n tasto of sujrar and tin
"staff of life."
2. What America dor In Interna
tlonal yacht races.
a. What n ship doea hi n rough sea.
4. A hot, spicy root nnd the "stnIT of
3. Lire lu raves.
0. Two ot n kind (plural number).
7. A tree, what live nte nnd what
Penry Is llglitliiK.
S. riacca whero money Is coined.
0. A amnll fruit nnd a amnll tree.
Ko. 42. An O.lil I'loek ot nirda.
1. What two friend"! do.
2. Never sccu In atimmrr.
3. What farmers neey, In harvest
4. What docs n dog do when pleased 1
C A colored tool.
0. A celebrated nrtlst
7. A boy's name.
No. 43. Triple Ilrli.ndlnm.
1. Triply behead external aud have
2. Triply behead 'features and have .
number of jenra. !
3. Triply behead aide of the way and
4. Triply behead a relative and havt
5. Triply behead going up aud Imvt
0. Triply behead resembling a Hon
nnd have n number.
7. Triply behead to agree and have
8. Triply behead the god of the sea
nnd have to attune.
0. Triply belieud to deny nnd have to
10. Triply behead a Jewel and have
Initials of the remntnlng words will
spell tho surname ot a famous Amer
ican born In I'cbruary.
No. 41. flrrek Cruaa.
1 2 3
0 0 0
0 0 0
Boo o, oooo 13
o o o
o o o
4 8 8
1 to 4, valor; 2 to fi, n form of needle
work; 3 to 0, entirely; 7 to 10, nn out
side blind; 8 to 11, belong; 0 to 12,
No. 45. Familiar Qnutntlon.
A fnmlllur iiuotntlou Is represented
lu tho picture.
No, 4U. Kuliriiia.
Chiiugo I'OL'n to u different system
of notation aud have n raro old pluut.
Xo. -IT, Trlnnfclr.
1, A tlsli of tho Miiliuou fumlly,
2. Thb tltlo of out) of Tennyson's
it. An undeveloped flower or'branch.
-I. A masculine nickname.
C. A letter.
X.,, 4N!lT,rrall.le WonU.
1. I IILo to tnku n on my bicycle,
hut Ituver runs after nnd tho tlicx.
2. It was fimuy to wntc'i tho haughty
Ki)anlh lu bin easy chair,
3. I do not the honor more than
Wliert? Trouble. I'lr.
A rrowil ot troubles pasted her by
Aa rho wllh courase wnllfj.
She, said, "Where do you truublea fly
When you uio thua boluted?"
"We bo," they mid, "to thoo who mope.
Who look on life dejected,
Who weakly nay g-oodby to hope
We go nhere we're expected." ,
Key to the X'uailrr.
No. S3. Diagonal; Kroa. 1. Krst. 2.
llrlui. 3. Itoot. 4. I'nss,
No. 3t, Tlio Unnamed Pullmaat
Michigan Central Itallroad, Malta.
No. 33. Word Bipiares 1. Iiye. 2.
Over. 3. Veto, 4. Tro.
No. 30. Concealed Doublo Acrostic;
Centruls Goldsmith. Third row Trav
eller. 1. Onto. 2. Ogre. 3. Lead. 4.
Dove. B. Keen. 0. Male. 7. Isle. &
Thru, 0. Here.
No. 37, I'ltltussla, Bun Marino.
No. 3S.-Hlstorfc Bcene: William Tell
after shooting an apple off the head of
No. .80. Changed Prefixes! 1. Rt
form. 2. Inform. t
. .' , ", jit . ft t .
An Iowa tent recently gave n ghost
party, which greatly nmused thoso pres
ent Tho hall waa lighted only by tho
reflection of numerous Illuminated
"pumpkin faces," and through this
weird Bceno many "Rhonts" and "dev
ils" escorted the bewildered candidates
through "unknown perils."
The K. O. T. M. accumulated funds
now nmount to over HGOO.O0O nnd ore
Invented In government, stato and mu
National tent, No. 1, of Washington,
K. O. T. St., has raised a contribution
for the relief of the Jews In Russia.
A number of new tents have been In
Btltuted In Pennsylvania recently, and
the ltees of tho Keystone Jurisdiction
arc making rapid progress.
llangor tent now has tho honor of
being the largest Moccabco tent In the
New England state, having recently
reached a membership of 250.
At tho sIxty-elglTtir sessfon of the
grand lodge of Illinois the grand see-
rctary'i report showed that tho Prairie
State was fully nbrcast of other Jurisdic
tions In growth and good works. Since
the last meeting there has been a net
gain In mnnliershlp of over 3,000, and
Illinois now has 70,000 members In
good standing. The Ttcbckahs of the
state have nearly 34,000 members. At
this session William It. Humphrey waa
WILLIAM II. IIUJI1II1IKV.
elected gniml mniter of tho grand
lodge. He I n resident of (lilntgo nnd
for imiuy yi-arn hnl beeu mi nctive
mnnber of the fraternity, iist year
y.T. Huni'ihrry nerved na deputy grand
muster of th JurlKdletlou.
Tho trusttfJ of tho Arknnsna Odd
rrlion-K home at ll.itevilln contem
plate putting up nn if'ilKXi nddltton to
the building In tho near future.
There arc 270 orphan children carnl
for by tho Odd rellown of Pennsylva
nia. William Tell lodge, Newport, Ky.,
recently unveiled one of tho handsom
est monuments In the cemetei'' there,
It li n shaft of Carrara marble, twen-ty-Ilvo
feet high, surmounted by a
xtatuo repretcntlng tho Goddess ot
Peace. IJ.nblemn of the onler aro em
boftscd nbout tho base.
Mountain Indgo nf Greenville, S, C,
linH raised nuil donated $1,700 to the
Odil rellown' homo of that Mute.
Odd l'cllowhblp requires no duty
from n member beyond his ability to
perform or that Is Incompatible with
n strict sentu of honor and Jintlce.
Tho visit of tho sovereign grand lodge
to Toronto this year should creato
n boom in Patriarchal Odd I-'ellowshlp.
No brother, says the Independent Odd
Fellow, can visit the body while It Is In
regular besslon unless ho has tho royal
purplo degree nnd Is a member In good
standing In aomo encampment.
The grand lodge of Iown has gone to
work tn a very energetic manner to
rebuild tho homo In that atnte recently
destroyed by Are by appropriating f 44,-
000 for that imrnose Tho new build-
lriJ li ,S ami mlern In
lng Is to be fin-proof and modern In
It was n trait of the prtmltlvo red
man to keep Ids own counsel, und It
Is a trait that all members of tho Im
proved Order of lied Men may well
Imitate. Tho business mid secrets of
the order should bo routined exclu
sively to the wigwam of tho trlbo or
The Indiana reservation gained eight
new tribes and 4,331 new members last
Iletween flower and beaver moons In
tho Illinois reservation nine new tribes
of ltcd Men were Instituted.
Osceola trlbo of Alexandria Is over
sixty great suns of age. Hugh La
tham, second great lucohouco ot tbe
order, was a memlver of this tribe.
A tribe Is not a collection agency
and cannot be used to settle monetary
differences between members,
Vailed Ancient Order ot Tlrnlds
Tho grand grow ot the state of Wash
ington was Instituted, recently, It In-
tn.ln. ..... .... vn..a Ti 11 IF A
liruyno was chosen the flrs't ,"
grand arch and M, F, McDonnld grand
Tbe order Is firmly established In
twenty-three states of the American
Union, In England, Ireland and Scot
land, In the llrltlsu colonies In America
and Australia and In Germany, Its
membership Is thoroughly cosmopolitan
Wi At k PJ
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Public lands notice.
1. On Saturday, April 14th, 1906, at
12 o'clock noon, at tho front entrance
to the Judiciary Dulldlng. Honolulu.
T. H., there will be offored for sale at
Public Auction a License for a period
of- twenty-ono (21) years, for the priv
ilege of entering upon that certain por
tion of the Public Lands known as
Wallua, District or liana, island of
Maul, T, It., to confine, conserve, col
lect. Impound and divert all tho Run
ning Natural Surface Water produced
therefrom (subject to existing vested
rights of private parties in such water
and to the rights of the United States
Upset Annual Fee: $200.00, payabls
annually In advance.
2. At tho same time and place there
will bo sold at Public Auction under
tho provisions of Part VII (Cash Free-
Holds), Land Act, 1895:
Lot No. 6, Pukele, Palolo, Oahu.
Area 2.01 acres. '
Upset prlco $160.00.
For further particulars, apply at the
Department of Public Lands, Judiciary
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, March 14th, 1906.
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