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RVRN'INll ni'l.l.KIIN. IIONOl.Ut.IJ T. II.. PIIIDAY. HIM it. mi
Often the Cook Is Away
ir YOU HAVE A
Harrison Valveless Blue Flame
)ou don't mind; became in a minute, without the tcait trouble,
you ran prepare a dainty lunch.
Even If you have a coal or a wood itove, you need one of
thcie. People are beginning to uie them cxcluiivcly; they an
swer nil requirements, We have ovens and compattment steam
cookers to fit these stoves.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR. FORT AND KINO STREETS.
L . . iW
lintim rlovrfitinnc Mint
in harmony with your artistic sense.
Wc offer our advice mid experience in help
InR you to select Wall Tapers and Paint that
will make any room just what it ought to be.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
IN TWO SENSES OF THE WORD IS
Four fundamental reasons
why you should
use it for your machinery.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L1 d.
OFFICE: KING near ALAKEA ST.
23 Saturday 23
Final Heats of o
PLUNGE for DISTANCE.
ADMISSION $ .50
RESERVED SEATS.... $1.00
This will be a lively,
busy week for r threat
many Honolufu -oMc.
Come to Halciwa next
Sunday for golf and a
St. Clair Bidgood,
Standard Line at Low Prices.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KING ST., EWA 8IOE MARKET.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Riga. Dyeing House
will lint Ylt 4l f -TV itf V
137 Kinp; Street.
PHONE MAIN 390.
AND OTIIBIt PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
15C HOTKI. STIIEKT.
rhono Main 218.
Extol, a rcfiied, palatable
asd the only tasteless
on the market. It is sup
erior to any Castor Oil
substitute for coistipation.
It is the oaly preparation
of the kind that children
Benson, Smith & Co.,
brimmine over with the best
beers an earth. Imported
PILSNER and WURZ
BERGER are filled and
emptied every min
ute at the CRI
Weekly Bulletin SI per yMi
Every Chance Given To
Oriental Doctors In
Tliv Hoard of llrnllli lipid shoit
1 meeting cttnlay afternoon nt which
ml) two questions were discussed, the
hnfii.nt rt llin I tri.t (! itf Mn.llfll lniit
tnors to admit three .In'pnncso doctoro
la nmrllrc and the uiipolntmcnt of n
committee, on tlio iccomnicndntlou of
Atttiruc) Clrnrriil Peters, lo draft a law
which will allow Japanese lepers or
leper KiirpcrtN to mum lo their own
'Die mutter of the Japanese doctors
I was taken up at llrst uud President
Plnkhaui asked tor a sliilonienl on tut
subject fnuii the Atlornc (1cimt.iI. .Mr.
JoetorH niisht haw, rry ?.Wf
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chaiuc to pass the exniiilnutlim llif
Uimrd of Kxumlnerx went to the extent
,of dliiri glinting the opinion of the At
lot ney tli'iiernlV oftVe, nlileli p.ue im
iujiIiiIoii KtntlnR that them mik no need
' nf nltlltf nit itvfitiiltmlliin In lint til It or
wt h'Mh '" VAuiiiiiiuiiiii in ti -
uliKUiigo thiiii KiikIIbIi. liiKteiid of llit.i
the i:ainlncni took ji.iIiik Hint uti In
terpreter Bhunld tic iiied and ullowed
the iloetorn who wIhIiciI to tiiKe the ex
I'liilimtlon eery ihiknIIiIc iipiiortutilly
to jiaKti. TIiIh wiih done for the Unit
tlini) home five or six uioutliH ago and
I1I1IO ISOIIIU IIVV HI blX iliuilllin llgu HIM
at that time, ir I leineml.er eonecll),
.two out of thiee of the ilurtora paused
I'lHin motion the IIojhI voted iiiiuu
Imounly ttiat it be reiuuiiucmled to the
I'reaioirer that u llecne be cinnlcil Dr.
Hnri'.er limes and tlmt mi llcciiPCR bo
cniiiteil Dm. Naotaiii Tmiltiuuil, K
MlJImn nml It. Ichlknwn,
III rrcflilent rinMium H report the
fact that .bipaiivip tejicr KUHjieelM often
tried to eacupc from the detention
pump at Knllhl wax i illicit attention tu
unci the matter offered Mi illntmuion
I... . 1. .1 . .... .1... ......
Bested tlmt he did not thlnU any lc -
Islutlon was neccssar) but that when
.. . . ...... .'
the Hoard found a Jupuncvu lepir who
wished to go home and whom the Jap
anese Consul or his friends would take
u u of, ho should be allowed to go.
Attorney General I'eters slated thai
he did not agree with this view and
thought Hint once u le.uer or leper But
pert was In legal custody he would
havo to remain so unless the law wus.ull legal prmeduie In the olliclal Inn
changed. lie moved tlmt u committed guagp of the lountry, the Digtlsh lun
of tin vo be appointed by tho iliulr tols'ingc.
dratt u measure Tor passage by tliu
Legislature which should provide that
alien lepers or leper suspects should,
wltnln a certain period alter their ar
rest bo allowed tn embark for their
own country Tho motion was passed
unanimously und Messrs. rcters. Way-
Km uud riiikham placed on tho com-
President I'lnhhnm read the follow
ing rejKirt at tho meeting.
rhursday, Kebrunry 21, 1807.
To the .Members or the
I herewith linnet )oil two commuul-
cations from tho Hoard of Medical ISx- those prolltlng thereby Inimuno to the
nmlnois, one that of Dr. Homer Ila)ca,ani, ot tho Territory nnd country,
bo licensed to prnctlec medlclno niidj' Particularly Is this tho caso In scl
surgery In tho Territory of Hnwuli and cmltic nnd confidential professions like
one recommending that Drs. Nuotoio hat or medicine where tho terms and
Tsutsuinl, M. MlJImn nnd 11. Ichlkawa means, concealed In a most dinicult
be refused Ilionseu. The tatter gentle- foreign lungungo uro beyond tho ioni
men were glen a written exanilnatloii prehension of tho ortlccrs of tho Terrl
In their own lniigue. through an uc- lory and can only bo solved by skilled
compllsheil Interpreter of tholr own interpreters practically Imposslblo lo
nice.. In addition they were examined obtain nnd only nt mi expense of
orally that Ihey might luno an oppor- money, tlmo und clrcunistnnres Hint
Hinlly to dlscloiio further their know I- .renders tho onlccru or tho Territory
edge on boine jKilnts on which they , imK)tciit In thu cllschnrgo of their duty.
wuio i.iuicnuy incompcteiii. nccoieiing
lo their written rpnlles. The oral ex -
iimlnutlon only coiillrmut this elcll-j There Is a nationality In our midst
clenry. Miuh tlmo and jiatlcmo was ton many or whom, In their cngcniest.
expended In thobc exiimliiatlons und to advance In personal gain nnd Inllu
evcry cuio taken lo be fair and Just lo ence, seem to I in forgetting all bciibc
1 below qinto from my le.nort lo the,
Clovcrnor, under einto of December Slst,
lOOii, lelntlvo to tho "Practice of Med- noting tho part of unprincipled ox
lelnn und Surgery in tho Terrltoi), ol philters of their own and oilier races,
Hawaii," The general principles theic- totally Ignoring tho argument that Is
In laid down uppeur to ho iimicccplublf brought for waul by themselves ns to
to the .lapaneso ulone. j language relations between physician
In another Item of administration and patient, nnd toino are defying the
home leading Japanese uro defying the law altogether,
laws of the Territory. Complaints hnvo lieen lodged by
A short time ugo the laws of tlio reputable physicians of Ails race
Territory wero hiokcn us to tho treat- against this Illegal uud exploiting
ment of leprosy nnd unlawful escnpe practice, and action has been taken.
MRS. A. MfcHAGERMANN
Lydia.;Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
mado from simple native roots and herbs. For more than thirty years
It has bepn helping women to be strong, regulating the functions per-
""V; " uiiuiii( im. it una Biao nrorea 11011 invaiuaoie in pro
paring for childbirth and tho Change ot Life.
Mrs. A. M. Ilagermann, of Jlay Short), L. I,, writes ; Dear Mrs.
PInkham: "I suffered from a, displacement, excessive and painful
functions so that I had to llo down or sit still most of the time.
Lydiati. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound has made mo a well woman so
that I am ablo to attend to my duties. I wish every suffering woman
would try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound and aeo what relief
It will give them."
Mrs. Plnkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffcrlngtrom nny form of female illness are Invited to write
Mrs. PInkham, nt Lynn, Masv for udvlco She Is tin 'Mrs. PInkham who
has been advUIng sick women free of charga for mora than twenty
years, and before that she assisted her mother-in-law Lydla E. PInk
ham In advising, Therefore she Ii especially well qualified to guide
slak women back to health.
of a leiwr AidiIhrIm were made
I On I lie nlsht ill IVbrmrr 11 h an
other Jmmoow leiior with tli '! '
iiltiHt of JatmnrM ho nt" Inlclll
I sent tfiimrh lo Kirnw Ihrv l wlirm
ItiR In bleak lite ln. oroKC mini in
Knllhl Iterelvlnn Hlnlliiti. 1'mih ic
relpt fit tli information I rausnl the
Inn n to lie ivairlift ninl also the U
liflilliiK H H America Mm ii. We
railed tn nml tlio lr:HT.
lltiniMtr cwr jiiMine letter tiiii
Illicit III tin- KhIIIiI HpppIvIiir Hlntloli
Mill lme Ii In liberty mi rcslrletPil he
If Hie .Injinnme (lovcrnmcnt imit
Jiipnuesp resident desire to hno Hi')
Territory of Hawaii transfer any or nil
Jnmnpni Ii-jmth lo lliolr frlphils or ttiu
Jap.iucsp olllrliil iciircsculntlvoi Hint
they limy In- win lo japan, iiipio is iki
ilniilit Iml the Trrrllor) would I hi
I'leancd lo lie rodcuil of tlio cxpenso
nml ipspotnllilllt) of their inrc.
It such In tin cuse I would ii'tinu
ineiiil the Jnimneiie residents In nt once
urrselil the mailer to the Ikmrtl nt
llenltli, and the lloatil nfler consider.-!-Hon
submit tlidr iiiiieliislnmt to tlio
tlovernnr mid Legislature.
It Ih nut the Intention of thin dcpiut
ment to tierinlt nn nnllon.illly to dls
leKiird or liolil In ronlempl Iho hiwu
and regulations of lite Terrllnry of tin
will! entrusted In Hits department.
iT.": IMIAtT-IPI! OK MIJIIIl'INi: AND
Tim llimnl or Health Inn no illftrp
Hon an lo melhoilH of exaiiilmitliiiia or
the Ikhiiiiihp ot lliem-eit to prnetlrc
medlclno and Hiircery tu Iho Territory
or Hawaii from the riict the llnnrd of
.Meille.il i:nnilncrii nre by law Ihu iir
lillem who ilet lile iijmiii tlio pnifeHaloiinl
nml pthUat ipmlinintlonuor eniidldiitex,
anil tile lln.ird Hlmpl) eniliirxPH Iho np
pllc.int to the Tnnsiirur who Ikkupii Iho
Hi oiiho. Weie the llii.ird In imihhcs-
rlon of fmtH Hint warranled It they
Nm '. mi.." in... ........ v.. .. ...,,
could refuse lo endowo tlm appllennt
nml llitiii hold up the lUenre, but mteti
n rontlnucne) I Iniprobable.
The Hoard or Health Ih charRCd with
the rcfuiouHllillit) of neeliiR tlie law?
are. respected nml that no misconduct
eurelentnet.8 or Incnp.iclty oecui'il
iimonR the llccnml 'ihynlchniH.
The Teirllnry of Hawaii in an Inlc
?rul part of the Hulled .Stilton nml Its
olllrtal IniiKiiiige Ih KukIIhIi and none
other. In tlmt taiiRiniKn the I.iwh muni
lio enforced, nil evidence must bo
placed before Hie courtH In nnKllxh,
nlllinn ..(-..I .. . .Illnl. PI... .u...I-Im . ..
not ullow Krencli. fiennaii, rorliiKUeHP,
Italian, or any other ItuiKuagu to be gunge of the United States of Amerlrii
. ..I....I. ...... t.. ..!... t..ni -..ii il...li.ii.l 41m 'IVrrllnrv or lliiwnll.
III criminal nets the
courts nun be compelled, for public
hirfcty, lo lire In apprehending, col
lecting evidence nml prosecuting any
langunge that our astonishingly ixily
glot population requires. Not km In
civil cases, theie loiuplnlu.lnt unit de
fendant must meet In documents un'd
io manor now numerous a iiaiuni
Lilly bet nines in the Territory of lln
Vail tt ciiiups wholly and solely on tho
inffernueo of the United States ot i
America and subject to Its laws und
those of the Territory. I
Tho laws of the United States am)
the Territory of Hawaii cannot bo
properly tn forced If any nationality1
can come here nml plead numbers nnd '
expediency uud undertake to set up Its
own rnrplun nnn-asslmllatlnir stand-
pniK m, disguised 111 a language the ot-
1 Pclnl servants ot tho Territory cannot
iin.lorstiind. thus imieflcalh- lenderlnc
it Is IncomprelicnHlblo that wo should
. be forced to such an Issue.
or equity and national propriety.
in idaco of high standards of ctliles
imil practlco n noticeable number uro
from the samo physical disturbances,
and the nature of their duties, In
many esses, quickly drift them Into
tho horrors of all kinds of female
complnlnts, organic troubles, ulcera
tion, fulling- und displacements, or
perhaps Irregularity or suppression
causing backache, nervousness, Ir
ritability, and sleeplessness.
Women CTerywhere should re
meinlier that the medicine that holds
the record for the largest number of
actual cures of female n U
First Showing Of
IN MANY STYLES, SHORT AND LONQ SLEEVES.
For the Floral Parade wc hr.vc just received an assortment
White Linen Parasols
RANGING IN PRICE FROM S1.25 UP.
o ALSO o
LONG SILK GLOVES IN BLACK AND WHITE.
foiiinliiliiiH Ft III romo
uniMnilfiil Iffirnlltlptl '
A niLiiiliar of MicreiiHful iirospeiitloiia
-- -- ... i , m...i..,.ii,.ii
have been inriled to n --"r- " "
nt the expense of tlio Hoard, but the
fines me n, realization to the treasury.
Hum exhausting the reHiureeh of tlio
Hoard I'rlvnto funilH have neecKsar
llv been used to quite mi extent.
'it would bcpiii ir, to nny nntlonnllly,
the practice ot nipdlelno and nursery!
In the Territory of Hawaii Is nn ob-(
Ject worth nttalnliiK tt Is worth the
r.amo effort unit national lewiect shown
by (Icrmnn, Krencli. rortuimeso nnd
other nntlonnlllles to luartcrliiR the,
KnKllKli laliKtiano nml predcniniK ineui
i elves for examination and jirofcsHlonul
ftllowsblp In the loRal and omcinl inn
nnd the Territory of I law all,
No pbysletfin of nny nationality, pos
sessing high ethical professional nnd
port-mini qualifications has ever been
relaxed cordial recognition by the med
ical profession or ult tlio courtesies
within the power of tho Hoard of
I,, i:. IMNKIIAM.
I'resldont, Hoard of Health.
rtlank hooks ot Ml sort, tsdeerf.
etc., manufactured by the HaUttln Pud-
The Very Best
ARE USED IN MAKING
and the result is the most de
licious of all beverages made
from the grape. This means
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Henry May & Co ,
Phone Main 22
will be continued until
By. Special Request
. OUR STOCK MUST BE REDUCED. FURTHER REDUC
TIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTU
NITY TO GET BARGAINS. EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED IN
PRICE. COME AND EXAMINE THE GOODS AND PRICES,
AND BE CONVINCED THAT THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY
YOUR CLOTHING AND DRY GOODS.
L. B. KERR
Serial Story No. J
The Work That Requires
the dainty summer gar
ments of the gentler sex
arc a specialty of ours dur
ing the wanner months.
We have ironers for this
work who do nothing else;
they arc cxnerts at it, and
it is only reasonable to say
that they can launder such
garments much nicer than'
they can be done at home.
Man Steam Laundry
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
J. H. HERT8CHE.... General Manage!
Small and Medium Olzee, Complete,
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Noe. 44-60 King St., KnUey 'Block, bet
Nuuinu and Rmltn n.; Tat. Mrn 188
& CO., Ltd.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28,' 1007,
10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
lit my salesroom, &fi7 Kiiiihiimnnii
Ht., I will sell, by order administra
tor estate of IIKN-llY ll(JHTON, do
of Legal. Classical, Mntonlc, Helen
title. Hl)i(cal Political, Historical
nnd other 'Works.
On view Saturday unci Monday he
frrc tho sale. '
JA8. F. MORGAN,
THE ISENQERQ RESIDENCE
Completely Kurnlstied. I shall bo
glad 'to treat with other agents In this
matter, but principals must be parties
who would loose for tholr own homo:
not for Biib-lotllDE. Kent I00 per
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Houses on .Young Street, Klnaiik
Strcot, Emma Squaro and Knllhl. '
JAS. F. MORGAN,
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINE8T
EVER SHOWN IN HONO
CHAMBERS' DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort antKi.if Sts.
PHONE MAIN ia
1 Miss Power's
BOSTON BbDG., FORT STREET.
Mike Wright Cigar
The beet smoke sold tin
this markot. Try It,
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
THE SWEETEST MUSIC
you can have right in your own home
with a Pianola. It will always please I
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.,
Odd Fellows Bldg.
1 leleept on file at E
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