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Next Sunday lo Easter and the day will bring forth many prettily
detlQhed gowns, showing a beauty of materials that has never yet
been equaled. The new textures and colorings are superb and tha
ttyles this season are wonderfully becoming.
You can easily tatoct from our ready-to wear department, dainty
garments In keeping with the Joyousness of the Eastern morning and
garments that will give good service long after Easter.
ELEGANT WHITE SILK SUITS
Elaborately trimmed with valenctennes lace, very stylish, at
SU5.00 AND 528.50 Only ono of a kind.
WHITE LINEN ETON SUITS.
The very latest, trimmed with baby Irish lace: very swell.
FROM S21.no UPWARD.
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Fine material, nicely made, at $3,75 a suit.
WHITE LAWN SUITS.
Waist and skirt trimmed with embroidery and cluster tucks,
AT $5.00 A SUIT,
WHITE INDIA LINON SUITS,
Embroidery trimmed, very styllt.h, at $5,50 a Suit.
WHITE MULL LINGERIE 3UIT8
Very sheer and the very nswest, lace and embroidery trim
med, new stylish rJeeves, FROM $8.00 TO $12 A SUIT.
Easter White Goods
20c, quality for 12'id yd-
Tor balance of this week, providing goods hold out, we offer a
line of sheer white goods. In lace stripes, fancy checks, satin stripes,
etc., regular price, 6 yds, for $1.00 and 20c. materials, at 12 't yd.
$10 LINEN DAMASK, $1.00 YARD.
Extra fine, linen table damask, 2 yards wide, our $1.50 quality,
on' Sale at $1.00 Yard.
15c. Pillow Cases at 10 c each at long ca they last.
They arc all ready for use, sizes 12x3G and 15x30. Our reg
ular 1Cc. values. SALE PRICE, J.0e.
EMBROIDERED EOLIENNES. -
An elegant new material, light weight, will make handsome after
noon or evening costume. Colorings are perfect; white, creamrcham
pagne, light blue, grey, pink and the new green. (() A YARD.
Entirely new, washable, just right for shirt waist suits. Colors:
cream, light bWe, ecru and Yale, 35(J A YARD.
i ' i M
Dry Good& Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND DERETANIA STREET8.
JW QUALITY J
I ESKr DEER I
I jwlWf rainier bottling works I
fef H Honolulu. Phone White 1331
Stops that distress after, eating
For sale by your druggist, or by
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Is In a splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also Island Poultry of every description,
Jas. E. Westbrook
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Grave Charges Against
COUNTY ASKED TO
SUPPORT FREE LIBRARY
SOLOMON PECK REMAINS IN OF.
FICE PAELE'S REPORT ON
HOPKINS SALARY IS
Tho County Supervisors licM n lively.
Reunion last night. Chairman 0. V.
Hmltli presided for the first lime Blnco
IiIk return fiom thu revenue refund
in IkhIoti tu WtiflliliiRlun. All the Super
visors vvero present, lis were Senator
John I.-1HP, Kicit T. I'. Wacrhousc.
County Sheriff llrown. County Attor
ney Doutliltt, County Auditor lllcknell,
County Kimlnecr (!ero. County Clerl:
Kntauokulnnl, Honolulu itoail Overseer
Johnson, Chns. Hustiue, Jr., (leo. Na
unUo.1, i:. T. llodgcis, members of the
press (stul others.
Solomon I'cck, road overseer of Koo
Iniiiioko, ngaluu whom windward cit
izens Imd been plenscil to jnefer
clinrK'3 of using road men for lil;
private work anil of employing nn ex
tonvkt. was, with a little. suggestion
on the paiC ot Chairman Smith, clmm
liluned liy Bupervlsor I'nelc nnil tlio pe
tition against him tnliled with n thud.
l'nelu's report recommending thu
Nilsn or tho H.ilnry of .Mauley (1. Hop
kins. Treasurer Trent's clerk, wns
turned down, Detective Uike nn ex
onerated. A. jietltlon rnlleil for flic ro
mmnl of Deputy Sheriff Kcipioha of
Koolautoii, for malfeiuaiiio In nlllee.
AllldiivllH ucii filed ngnlnst Kckuuh.1
hy Attorney V. V. Tliuvcr (previously
putillKhod), Sheriff llrown, Chester
Doyle. Joti l.eiil mid some Koolnii toiKH,
The Shuiirr, Do) to nnil l.eiil testily In
l kilobit's negligence of duty In the
mutter of thu recent Kuliiiku Japanese
minder. Knolau neoiile declare that he
tried1 tu liluekliiull a Chlueso In rcgui.l
to a 6unc; lluvvnllun sir). ,
Mentbc-rs ot tlio Hoard considered tho
chariicH very seiluus and the llo.ird de
ildcil to sit an it hoard of lniienchmont
nt 7:sn p, in. next Muiulay,
This will hu a new experience for the
IloardWind It Is up to County Attorney
Doutliltt to show tlio Hoard how to net.
He was told last night Hint this wan
LXpected of ltl tu. Copies of thu churgos
will he Rent Kukuoliu.
I'acle'H report on tho Increase, of sal
nry for tho 'Treasurer's elerlc wns
liroimht up. Action had heeu deferreil
ut the Insl mertlitK. I.ucas moved that
ik t Ion hu IndollullQly postponed. Tha
leport declared Hint knlarlea hud heeu
lalsed In other dejuirtnicptfl without thu
knowledfiu of the lloaid lis n whole,
Tl0 ilfttjlo light dcpartnivnt was illi-d
as u piiiiknlur- Instance. The chair
man lliiniRlit (ho chaws cry serloun.
Cox Favors Raise.
Cox said It wns uo iiuiro than right
that HopkliiH he ullowed a raise In sal
ary. tjmltli said there were sumo serious
charges against tho Hoard In thu re
port. Ho had found Hint some Binaries
Lad heeu advanced with tho full knuwl-
ciIko of thu Hoard. This was all dona
with tho full knuwledgu or thu Hoard
Cnx said mulilui; had eur heen mild
about liny raise In tho elcitrlc llulil
department tu htm. Ho did not know
tin thing nhout It until he run acro.j
tho Information lilnmelf. He wauled
Ids name entered on the record an en-
tlicly dlsupiirovlng tho manner In
which tho elictrle department salarlts
had been raised. Hu did not think it
wus right. Moore, said he 'had not
diemed It neccssuiy to draw Cox h ut
tciillon to tho raise iu thu electric light
Adams Lcllovcd there was consider.
ahla lawlessness on the ji.nt ot home
members or tho Hoard; tout they signed
approval tu tilings they hud not read.
Must Have Publicity.
Cox said that. It was only right that
the matter of thu electric light depuil
limit raise, should hao been bruuglil
betoru thu Hoard, so tho press und thu
public and the taxpujers general!
could know what was going on. Oth
er departments had ionic before tha
Hoard asking raises for cmplocs, why
fclioulil not tho electric department do
thu raising In a puullc manner?
Moore remarked that Hopkins had
been raised onto in January, nloim
with u lot of other clerks.
Chairman Smith put tho motion of
l.uens, seconded hy Adams, that thu re
poit of thu (ommltteu bo liiilellnltely
Cox again stated Unit ho wanted his
name, tu go on renin! lis opposing the
motion. The motion wus carried, Co
ami i'aeln Mil lug against It,
LuniH reported In rrgurd In tho In
REAL ESTATE DAR0AIN8.
Ideal country homo nt Mnnna Valley,
surrounded hy river; good bathing;
Kr. rnvtngu, bain, lawn, fruit trees,
near rnr lino; a bargain.
For B50. I nm authorized lo soil 2.20
ncres, with small house, oft Nuuanit
Avo. near ear lino; Krro water; Heal
vniuo $2000.UU. Owner Is forced to
1 12 utory rcHldcnco, 1213 Matlock
Ao i licdr., flee, wire, 1 block
from 2 car lines, 20. I'fr in.
tr. cottngo und servant h. at Wnllillil
beach, gooil hnthlng; 110. per in.
V. K. H. RTHAUCII,
vcstlgatloii of County Crlinluuluglsl
l.nko that there Imd been u nmsunder-
standing on the part of the joiiiir man
ISupertlsor Archers nephew) who had
made the complaint, l.uens recom
mended, for the committee, of which
Mooru wns tho other member, that tha
matter be dropped, there being nothing
iigalnst Detective Ijike, and that the
committee uo discharged. The motion
wns unanimously curried.
Cox declared that It wus altogether
too much tu suppose that the Hoard
wus going to he bothered with sucb
little matters ns the unu lust disposed
uf. If somebody had Ida coat turned
Inside out on the street, somebody Im
mediately rusncit to the supcrvltots
With n complaint. It was absurd. Tho
Supervisors were not n tot of kids tu
listen to such nonsense.
Chairman Smith emphatically agreed
with Mr. Cox's remarks. Mr. Moore
thought that when there were any com
plaints against employes of the Coun
ty, such complaints should first bu tak
en to the head of thu department lit
which the accused was employed.
Gere's Road Reform,
County Unglucer Core made n re
port on the condition of windward
Oaliu roads. Ho recommended that
Sol. I'cck look up n quarry site. He
bad spokeu tu i'cck about It and I'wk
said hu would look Into tho matter.
'I he road fiom tho foot of tho l'all on
through tlin adjacent laud should bu
Inntadamlzed before utbers wei'i
(lore had notified all country road
Supervisors that they must hereafter
8iibtutt ilctnllel monthly teports ut all
Dele also thought that a great deal
or confusion was occasioned In the
country districts through ouc tnau hav
ing the purchase of material nnd an
other thu direction of the work. All
road overseers should hu rciiuirnd tu
keen separate monthly time, hooks for
submission to the llolrd, to he filed fur
reference. Ho said' there was n great
luck of s) stem In the handling of lotm
try load mnltcrs.
Sol. Peck Remains.
Chairman Smith said tho recom
mendations of tho County Engineer
enme peculiarly within the provluen ul
the l'tlblle Expenditures Coluiiillteu. lie
refened tho matter to tills cuinmllteo
lor elaboration nnd leport.
Chairman Smith said the petition lot
the removal of Sol, I'erk, Koolaupoko
road overseer, seemed like n petty light
In the district.
I'aclo stated that bu himself trad In
vestigated the matter, l'vck had used
Eonio of tho County road men tin pri
vate work ot his own, but had paid
them out of bis own pocket, l'cclt
probably did not know Hut one Culleu
had lost bis civil rights. When l'aelp
lea mod of 'Ciillcu's being mailo luua,'
lie hud recommended his dlscuurge,
l'aelo, calbul upon to speak, recoil)'
mended that tlio petition hu laid on llif
ttVWo. in put this In the form of n mo
tion, which was unanimously uirrlod.
A cummimlculfyn from Wllll'n, Al
ansoh Ilryan vvaHlrai.(JiiMTi'L(is fol
lows' " I
Hoom Association wus Incorporated
mofe than a inirrlbr"6f n "cVfiluTy. ago
for tbei purposes Indlcatedrlu lt,or-,
pilrnti! uaine. Hlnoe. 187!Ml bus Had-
i;illy gathorjillts prrsenL.uiilldlnKliiio'
nialntf nance 'equipment n'nd a collfiU
lion ot hooks numbering over eighteen
ythousand (1S.UUU) volumes, of which
fin) less than seventeen thousand (17,-
000) were circulated among Its mem
bers last year. 'Unit thu Institution
lias hecn able to give satisfaction In u
marked way to those who contrlbuto
to Its support Is, I believe, generally
Can't Afford to Pay.
It Is also generally known that there
am n good many readers In this com
munity who cannot iitfurd to pay even
tho comparatively small annual mem
bership fc (S.bU) tho library's main
tenance requires, ami yet who reel the
want of good books In sulllclcnt num
bers most keenly. For this consider
ublo company free public libraries aic
maintained elsewhere often at u great
cost to u city or t (immunity. It Is for
those among us who want tu read hut
who ran not afford tu buy bookB that
I now plead, and 1 bcllcvo plead with
reasonable assurance that If it Is with
in jour legal power as Supervisors you
will appreciate both as your duly und
privilege lo take steps to remedy thl
Remedy With County,
Tho remedy seems to bo In jour
hands. It has been tho persistent fie
ld r it ot all, und there lutvo been In thu
past special efforts mailo by a few, to
innko tho library what It should hu,
that Is, an Institution Hint Is absolutely
frco to all who are willing and able t.i
luako uso of It.
I would suggest the following ns a
fclmple, legal and workable, plan where
by a free public library for this com
munity can bo obtained at once.
Ilrlelly thu plan would bo for tho
Hoard of Supervisors, on behalf of the
iltltens of Oaliu on tho one hand and
thu trustees of tho Honolulu l.lhrurj
und Heading Itoom Association on he
liulf of Its members on thu other, to
enter Into u simple contract wheieh)
tha Library AstaicliUlim would ugreo
lo deliver to all responsible persons,
(IIUciiH of tho county, tho usu of tho
hooks in their possession free, hut su'i
Jut to thu rules und riguluttons whlcli
liuve heeu madu or may bu made by the
association for tho control or regula
tion of Its affairs.
To Maintain Service.
The association should farther ugreo
to maintain certain deflnltu servteo and
to submit Its hooks to thu proper coun
ty officials nt stated Intervals for ex
amination, It should ho understood
from thu beginning thut the coutiol uf
thu library and Ha affairs shall remain
1 at all times where It should ho, name
ly. In tho hands uf Its especial Hoard
For tho services thus rendered to tint
pcoplo of tho cumity tho Supervisors
would (outinct ttf pay a definite sum
monthly, quarterly or semi-annually,
ns the ruso may he, for tho service
leudeied ns long as that service was up
I to thu terms of the agreement nnd sat
lsf.ii tury to a majority or tho Super
More Books Needed.
The Immediate Increase In tho uso ol
the library would necessitate mor
books nnd equipment nnd mine attend
ants, In short, an clllclcnt aud uii-to
Is not Ilia county the one to moot
this added expense? Would not the
tesults bo at least In proportion to tho
outlay? It Is understood that our li
brary can ho made n frco public library
und rending room when so modest n
cum a five hundred dotlnrs per month
or six thonsand dollars per year can
bo assured to tho trustees of the lib
lnry wherewith tu pay for tho actual
service it is so ready to glvo and pre
pared tu render.
iiy appropriating such a sum from
the county treasury for so cummciid
ablo a purpoio you will certainly hnvu
given us n good argument for the ilea
or county government nnd have doiiu
what heretofore has been Impossible
by making free nn Institution which in
Any other city of tho size and import
Bine ot Honolulu would have been frco
I would suggest and recommend that
you appoint n committee from jour
honorable body to confer with the trus
tees or the Honolulu Library aud Head
ing Itoom Association without delay
tor tho purpose or bringing about. If
possible, an agreement whereby that
institution may open Its doors n library
free to the public.
Tho above miller wns referred to thil
Wajs and Means Committee to confer
with the County Attorney.
"This Is tho same proposition ns tho
Knplolanl l'ark mailer," said Ailanii,
"and wo have tu nvvult a decision by
'Hie follow lug appropriations vvcru
made Inst evening:
Hleetric Light Dupnittncnt. $7111 II.
Police and lire nlnriu sjslum, (2!iT.I."
Wnlanae roa.l dlctrlrt, I.IIS.U".
Koolauloa road district No. 2. $I02.'J').
WnLnao road district, 5iMJ.7.
Koolauloa road district No. 2, (!.
Wnlnlua mid district. f2S.23.
Koolaupoko ru.id dlslikt, J.S'.:.'.
County Auditor. )2t).:ij.
Hawaiian Hand, iai.27.
(larli.i.Be Department. 1.1C9.C3.
Keepers uf parks, Js.lt;.
Itnad Department, Mo37..'t.
County Hnglneei, ;G 50.
1'olteo Dcpailincnt, I1U2S.S".
I'olbn IX bailment, V17.tr.
Cox asked for tho Hawaiian band lit
Walatino on thu 2Ulli, Sunday gran ton
At 10, f." the meeting adjourned.
Tho Promotion Committee metlmt
cnllifcl for )'est-rday afternoon did nut
take) place beeaaso of lack or a quorum.
Secretary Wood, however, reud sumo
(urrfspbndouco to those who were pres
enile among which wns tho tullowln.
letter from the (ommltten which col
leclod thu fund to send tho refiindln;
bill delegation to Wnshlnctoii:
'"After pajlng the expenses uf Hit
delegation to Washington there re
mains a 'balance of IIUU7.1V, which uo
Have .becti Instructed to turn over tu
"Tho silbscilbcrs tu this fund, In
tlgnlng thut nn unexpended balance bv
turned ovfr to Hie Promotion Com
mlttet) for tho benefit of the l'nilflu
oieaniyuclit race, never Imagined that
thero would bu n balance of over J20UO,
and they nsk that jour committee limit
tho expenses of tho jndit rucu to un
amount ma tu exceed -.' nnd Ilia
balance or '.'III7 bo dovoted to tlvi
general fund uf your committee.
"A written leply would be of ser
vice to this committee"
The Promotion Cuinmllteo ordered
Hie secretary to wrlto tho commlltca
that their recommendation is approved.
A number uf other letters had been
received from various nources, Dr.
Ijiurnson llrown, tho resident pliysl.
clan Ot tho Adirondack Cottage Saul
tarltim, N. Y wrote that ha would be
gled tu lucluda a 1200 to 2000 word nil
lelo on the climate or Hawaii In the
"Journal or Outdoor Lire."
Joo Mitchell Chnpplo or Tho Nation
al Magazine wrote thut bo would sumu
day visit Hawaii ami asked tu be kept
posted on tho Islands.
Tho vou Hamm-YoungCo, wroto that
tho "Auto Hrn," published by tlio Win-
tou Motor Cir Co., Imd held up tho
publication to Insert pictures or Wlu
ton ears In the llural parade. Thu Olds
Motor Works' paper, tho "Oldsmnbllo, '
would also uso such pictures, as well as
a write-up. while the While Sowing
Machine Co. naked for pictures of
Whllo tais. 'I he "Motor Age," ir
March 22 published an extended ac
count of the parade, while "Automo
bile Tuples" lnd nlsu taken (bo matter
POULTRY IN IN
Members ot the Hawaiian Poultry
Association held their unniinl meetliM
last night In tho otllcu ot Will H. Klsli-
er, on King street, und In addition lo
discussing some matters of Interest, of.
fleers for tho piescnt year worn elected
Tho new olllicra nro as follows;
President, W H. Wull; vlco presi
dent. Will l:. l'lslier; secietary, St C,
SayreS; triasuier, W. Soahnry; aud
itor, 11, R llcardmore; dtieclors (In ad
dition to (ho ollleeru), J. J. (Ireeu, It.
C llrown, P. I Weaver
Tlio main topic of discussion duilug
thu evening was concerning who wuuh;
he the best date for holding the next
annual show. Homo believed that Di
cember is too early, for not ull thu
birds are in full plumugo ut that tlmu
Uthcrs opposed this opinion, and It was
generally agreed that Just bcfoiu
i Christmas would bu n good time, lor
pcoplo thou would have money to
spun! on shows
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
I Mrs-Vinccntb 1
I Little child. I
liver are filTcctcd,
No. OU Mlwlon Ft., Sa.v 1'iiaxcih.o, Cai, , Dec. 0, 1903.
I am happy nml pleaml to ntjert to tlio value of Wine of Card a I for pros-
rrctlvp mothers. I took it for three months I cforo mv darlincr baby enmo and
lufirrcd so littlo pain I felt I was an oiceision. The child is happy and
healthy nn.l tha stnubino of my life. I had hardly nny troublo after sbo was
born, nnd after u!ov en iljji was up doing my entire ho-uew-nrk and feeling
better than I bail frit fcr vcars. I am tho envy of my npightiurs becaum)bf tho
unuiually IrnlJiy child I have and becauwi I never Lad a sick day uij nil . J
Bite tho entire credit to Wmo cf Cardui,
for I wa sicily, jkiIo anl tliln Uforo I toclc 7j
It, but sinco Ibaiouicd It I liavo lieen in '' t4 Cw t
perfect heallli, Lavn gainwl fourteen vimPt..m.
pounds and enjoy lifo as never before. eanoxiiu. MoibtW Oab
Ml DP nMiT.lTn!il-Mtk i
Wx.fflk.m MP &
The (jreat success of "Save-lhe-Horse" has Invited the usual num.
ber of substitutes prepared for and expected to be worked off on
the Innocent by unscrupulous manufacturers and dealers.
8ave-the.Horse Is made only by the Troy Chemical Co.
DINOHAMTON, N. Y, formerly Troy, N. Y.
There Is no other remedy In existence and no other treatment that will pro
duce such marvelous cures. Homo can bo worked as usual. It leaves no
sear or blemish nml does not destroy tho hair.
Our WRITTEN GUARANTEE Is a Legal ABSOLUTELY BINDING CONTRACT
Head thu following nnd you will understand and nppreclato why.
Ulcn. N Y.. November IS, I9D5.
I havuaery lmndsomo rnnro sired by Jewett's liorso ltochester. Shu Is
1.V3, ten jenrs old, 2.40 natural speed. I'lve jenrs ugo silo wus lnmo with
spavin un left hind leg. I called nt your New York agency In Chambers
street and had thorn express a bottlo ol "Have-the-Ilorso" to Utlcn. After six
weeks uso tho spavin disappeared, and sho has never taken a lamo step
since. .Abont tills tlirto 1 purchased a Dno ninro called Sitka, by Kentucky
Wilkes, bred by tho Into Iteiiben Tower or Wntcrvlile, N. Y., record 2:31 1-t,
trials on half-mllo track In ::!S. About two years ago sho developed a
lameness In ulgh front ankle, Tho maro was blistered and Inter fired nnd
turned out during summer of 1901. Later my man tried two different prepa
rations with no benefit. I naked our druggist, Wm. II. Hunker, to send for n,
bottlo of "Snvo-tho-llorso." If j'ou keep n record of sales j-oti will find Hun
ker's namn In r-'chmary or March, 19U., When received I had It used accord
ing to directions, nnd I have used her ever hineo without n flinch or lamo
step. I nm glad to add my testimony and considering what It has dono for
me, what I hnvo written seems tnmu, but tho best or It nil Is "It Is True."
Very slnccly youn. (JKOllfli: A. IICYNOLUS.
"Save-the-Horse" Permanently Cures Spavin, Rlngbono (except low Rlny.
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, Wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
CK rr I,fT bottlo. Written guarantee as binding to protect you as
POiJU j10 dent legal talent could mnke It. Send for copy nnd book
let. Scores of letters to eonllrm nnd convince Send for copies. Absnlulii
nnd overwhelming cvldeuco nnd certainties ns to the unrnlllng imwor of
"Snvu-tlio-Horso." Deware of Substitutes nnd Imitations. "SuvcMhu-Horso"
Is made only by
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
DINOHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade, supplied by tho Ilobron Drug Co. aud tho llnlllster Drug Co., Honolulu.
TURN DOWN AT WILL.
TURNS DOWN TO ONE OR SIXTEEN CANDLE POWER.
Users of ordinary electric lamps have often, perforce, to use 16
candle power when 1-candle power wculd suffice. This means that the
lamp wastes you money and more money In the course of a year than
HYLO LAMPS on the other hand, save you money, for they en
able you to turn your light down frcm 16c p. to 1 c.p. at will.
HYLO LAMPS ARC INVALUADLC FOR THE SICK ROOM, AND
CAN DE USED IN ANY PLACE WHERE A COMMON LAMP 13
Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd.
Office, King St., near Alakea,
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man
McPARI.ANhJ6iCo Sole Agents.
Do You Think?
That's what mckes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
117 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Manager.
Help for Mothers
Any woman who is suSwrrj disordered
menstruation, bcc:V.r; down paias, nervous
ness, or v.hcce life b made desolate by
barrenness, can h-va the same relief Mrs.
Vincent secured, by takiar; Wine cf Cardui
in the privacy cf her home. I!o physician's
treatment necessary. Thfe pure Wine com
mends itself to every cullctinr; woman.
Will you fjo to your drun'St todry and
secure the tame relief Mrs. Vincent writes
about? When the stomach, bowcJs or
Thedford's Black-Draught should be used.
Phone, Main 390.
i fofctaeN isHINM
In Every Bottle.
Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.