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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU.. T. It., SATURDAY. JA. 25. 190f,
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TIRED AND SICK
YET MUST WORK
"Man may wflrk from nun to Bun"
but woman's work is never doue,"
In order to lcecp tho homo neat
and pretty, the children well tlrc3icd
ami tidy, women overdo nnd often
Buffer In silence, drifting along from
bad to worse, knowing well that
they ought to have help toovcrcomo
tho palm nnd nehes which dally
make llfo a burden.
It It to theso women that Lydla
K, l'lnlthain'8 VefretiiMo Compound,
mado from nntlvo roots nnd herbs,
comes ns n oiosMUfr. ivueu me spir-
It tins cltii.russc.l. tho head and back
uclics, tliuro aro drugglug-down pains, nervousness, slccplcuness, and
reluctance) to go anywhere, these aro only symptoms which unless
heeded, noo soon followed by tho worst forms of Female Complaints.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
keeps tho fcmlntno organtsm Ina strong and healthy condition. Itcurcs
Inflammation, Ulceration, displacements, and organic troubles. In
preparing for child-birth and to carry women safely through the Change
of Llfo It Is most ofllclent.
Mrs. Augustus Lyon, of Kast Earl,. Pa., writes: Dear Mrs. rink
ham: "For a long time I suffered from female troubles and had all kinds
of aches and pains in tho lower part of back nnd sides, I could not
sleep and had no appetite. Since taking Lydia E. Vinkham's Vegetable
Compound and following tho ndvlco which you gavo mo I feel Hko a
new woman and I cannot pralso your medicine too highly." ,
Mrs. Pinkham's Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of femalo weakness aro Invited to
write Mrs. Plnkhsm, at Lynn, Mass. Out of her Vast volume of ex
perience she probably has" the very knowledgo that will htlp your
case. Her advice Is free and always helpful.
Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer
there will be no equivocation in the answer. They wjll
tell you they prefer our soda water because of the evenness
of the flavor, the snap, because it is full charged, and be
cause it is delivered on time.
TELEPHONE 71. 0.
MANURE FOR FERTILIZING
plants and lawns can be had at a reasonable
price, with delivery, at-
Tel. 890 The
Sec our window display. Any article for 50c I
Many pieces worth three times the money.
Sale begins Jan, 25th.
RIDE IN McLEOD'S
SIX CYLINDER BU1CK
the most reasonable rates. Tour
ists prefer the McLEOD AUTO because of the speed and
comfort and because the rates are right. Ladies calling
will find it prefereable toa carriage and less expensive.
Service day and night and with a careful chauffeur.
IF you only knew how artistically
lovely yc can make the simplest
home, fur n little bit of money,
you would not live another day in .
those old rooms.
See Me About Them
ol!rrrr?srrfW h A IHH
SBWPif SUDDENLY 111
i 1 1(;:' .MasFBwfr. viAr- . i
II nnr A! II
nine Ann lunM a
MRS. AULr. LY U1N -
WORKS CO., LTD.
S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Lasts until Feb. 1 only f
offers to the public the most com
fortable automobile in the city at
137 KING STREET.-
75c. Per Month
13. A. Mclnorny was this morning
taken suddenly III while ho was be
ing shaved nt l'nchcro's barber shop
on iort street, mm rumor nnu u
that lis was In :i serious condition,
having been stricken with n stroke of
paralysis. On Investigation It wuh
found, however, that the attncl; vnn
ono of biliousness of tho stomach,
and Dr. Heibert, who is treating him,
states that hu will probably bo well
tomorrow. Ilo Is at present ut his
home, and was this noon resting eas
ily, though ho had been weakened
considerably by tho attack.
"GRAND OLD SAMURAI"
(Continued from Faze 1)
what 1 know of Admiral Evmiu, ho
Is certainly ono of tho most careful
commanders In the world. With him
nt tho head of such n great Hoot
there Is no danger of war between
"Should he and his licet pay a vis
it to Japan, I am suro that ho will
have a warm, if not u more cordial,
reception at the hands of tho Japan
ese Government nnd Its neonlo thun
tho reception tho llrltlsli fleet re
ceived when it last visited Japan.
"with reference to Immigration?
1 must admit that I am simply n kin
dergarten pupil, so far as such nrtulrB
are concerned. It seems as l(-I am
in n Hnwallan kindergarten of Im
migration iirfairs. I know very Ht
tto about the Immigration of .Japan
ese Into thlii country. 1 think tho
Immigration to this country will op
en up'agalu n'ftcr a while. I consider
San I'ranclsco as my primary school
bo far' as this Immigration business
1b concerned. As soon ns I landed
h'ero I began to familiarize myself
with the situation, nnd must study
mora before 1 can talk on this sub
ject. "I can say, however, that a more
satisfactory arrangement on immi
gration restrictions will be made be
tween the Governments of the Unit
ed States and Japan.
Stevens Under Two Masters
"Mr. Stovcns, who hns been nn nil
viscr to tho Japancso Government for
many years, Is no longer connected
with tho Japanese Government prop
er. He Is under two masters, ono of
which is tho Korean Government nnd
tho other I'rlnco Ho, the Resident
General of Japan In Korea. 1'rlncc
ltd Is the most Influential man In
"Politically ho has thn hlggc.it
number of votes behind htm of any
man In Japan. Ho Is the shrewdest
statesman In Japan and hns received
more honors from Japan than any
other man In "(he Kmplre.
"fleforo I left homo It was Intend
ed that Mr. Stevens should coino with
mo on this steamer, hu going to
Washington and 1 to Now York. This
plan was changed nt tho last mo
ment, and ho remained behind. Ho
hns a contrnct with the Koican Gov
ernment which ho has to abide by.
Ofllclally he Is tho adviser to tho
1'remlor of Korea, for which ho Is
paid by tho Korean Government. On
tho other hand, he Is similarly an
adviser to Prlnco Ito. He receives
a salary from tho Korean Govern
ment for being un adviser to tho
Prince. He Is well liked by and hns
tho confidence of Prince Ito Mr.
Stevens Is nn nblo man. Ho wns
onco Intended to bo sent to Wash
ington ns an adviser to tho Japanese
Ambassador, but this Idea was cub-
sequcntly nbandoned. His residence
Is in Korea, but he was In Tokto
when I left.
Aoki Out: Takahira In
"Viscount Aoki, who has Been the
Japanese Ambassador at Washington,
has been supplanted by Baron Taka
hira, now Ambassador in Rome. Mr,
Takahira's official appointment was
made before I left Japan. He will
not come this way, but will proceed
direct from Rome to Washington.
"Slnco Ambassador Aoki left
Washington tho Japanese Govern
ment, through tho Minister of For
eign Affairs, decided to Bend Mr. Tn
kahlrn to Washington. Tho oftlclnl
announcement of his appointment
wnj made later and Mr. Takahira Is
now hurrying to his post nt Wash
ington. Washington Is too Impor
tant a post to bo left vacant too
long. There aro always matters of
great Importance coming up.
"As for Viscount Aoki, I do not
know whero his n6xt post will be. I
think, however, that he will retire.
The Japanese Cabinet
"Tho present Cabinet Is' headed by
Salonjl as Premier, nnd somo of his
colleagues liayo r'esfgried and' their
A Movable Cottage, size about
12x24, containing 3 roo'.r.s. Made
of T, & G, Comes apart in sections.
A few hours' time will take it apart
and put it up again. In good condi
tion. Just the thins for camping.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St,
vacancies filled. I think, after the
Diet has dissolved, there will ba'fnBr'o
changes In the Cabinet. One of tho
probable men to succeed Premier.
Salon! Is Couut Katsura. Hu U a
well-known statesman and has serv
ed In the Cabinet before."
"How about Prlnco lto?" asked
"lie In too wise to accept Jho Prn
mlurshlp. Ho is a shrewd statesman,
but 1 am nfinld, on account of his
nge, ho will not enro to servo again,
Hawaii's Climate and Scenery
"Your cllmnto Is lovely and tho
sccno I took In yesterday Is attract
ive. Tho residential portion nt your
city Is beautiful and tho hospitality
of tho people hero is certainly
Consul Mlztino, who Is 3(5 years of
age, U a graduate of Tokio Imperial
University. Ho Is n ylassmato of
Consul General Koike of San Fran
cisco. Consul Gcncrnl Mlzuno's party
consists of Madam Mlzuno, Miss Sn
tolio Mlzuno, Miss Yumlko Mlzuno
theso latter two being children,
Hyozo Kumitanl, n youth of six
teen; Miss Slilzuno Olita, a young
lady, nnd Mr. S. Yngl, tho secretary
of the Consul Gcncrnl.
IAUKEA SAYS 'USER .
He Intends to' Resign from the Dem
' ocratlc Central-Corn-
'1 certainly Intend to resign from
Ilia Central Committee," said ShorllT
Tanked- this "morning, when rcferenco
Was mado to the artlcld In the morn
ing paper to tho effect that "evcrybodv
resigned but tho Sheriff hlmsejr, al
though he had announced that ho
would set an example to his men by
resigning." "I did not resign last
night becnuso I wns unablo to attend
the meeting on account of an attack
of asthma. Tho article ypu quoto Is
a misrepresentation, as was -that re
garding tho former meeting of. thj
Central Committee. Moth nero writ
ten by a man who Is inimical towards
Tho label "Alfred llcnjamliv" on a
suit stands for tit, quality, style, and
workmanship. New line of Spring
Milts Just In. -IiatcBt styles. Tho
Kash Co, n
A steamer, whosoi.Idonllty has tint
been determined as yet, but whlcjj is
thought to bo a. French steamship,, has
been Blghtcd from tho slgnnli.statlon.
Sho will urrlvo In tho harburtthls af
ternoon, J! -..
On Sundny afternoon, at 3 p. m.,
tho Oahil Junior Union, organized a
fow months ugu, ami composed of nil
tho Junior Societies In Honolulu, will
hold its first rally at the Portuguese
church. This will bo thu first Junior
rally held In Hawaii. Tho Oahu
Young Pooplo's Union, composed of
tho older societies of Oahu, tion tho
occasion of their last union meeting,
presented tho now- junior organization
with n beautiful banner for contest
work, and on Sunday uftemooii this
banner will ho presented to tno Junior
Society having present tho largest
perccntago of Its membership, which
society will hold tho sam6 until tho
next Junior rally. Somo good rousing
Junior songs have been selected for
tho song Bcrvlco, which will bo led by
Miss Yarrow. A cordial Invitation Is
extended to all who aro Interested In
A meeting of tho University Club
was held last night and the following
oHlcors woro elected. President, Sid.
ney M. Ilallou; vlco president, A. Gart
ley; secretary, Walter G. Smith;
treasurer, D. W. Anderson; auditor,
A. J. Campbell; guvernors, K. A. Mott
Smith, Clarence II. Cooke, Henry E.
NEW SECRETARY FOR
Mr. Leung PI Chuan of Canton, a
relative- of tho former Chinese mlu
Ister at Washington, arrived yester
day In tho llnor Hongkung Maru. Ho
comes hc,ro as a secretary for the
local 'ChlnoBO Consulate For several
years ho wnH n secretary of tho Chlu
cso Legation at Washington.
Mayor Taylor vetoos bill .granting
Santa Fo permission to build lino Hi
Mr. M. E, Silva, Manager of the Honolulu Under
taking Co., wishes to call the attention of the public
at large to the fact that he is now ready to take all
cases for embalming. He now holds a certificate
from the Philadelphia Training School for Embalm
ers. Give us a call and our work will speak for
itself. Our rates are moderate.
Phone 170.. Night call, Phone 1014.
Honolulu Undertaking Company,
1120 FORT STREET,
If you rmt to enjoy robust
koolth, take a fuv dosas of the
MttM. H t4( inako Hi ltewadi
itaug tai tfc bUotl pus. Our
ut MM-d .f ovr 50 year pr.rai
tU wartli. K tri IndbjMvltn,
Dyestpala, Heartburn, CttMvt
nM, Female Complaints, Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Try a t6ttle lo
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
THURSDAY, JAN. 23,
UNDER SEALED ORDERS
Triok Bicycle Riders.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 27,
"WHEN HER SOUL SPEAKS"
25, 35 and 50c
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
A painting of the yacht "t-a Pa
loma" has hefn presented to tho "Ha
waii" by I), Howard Hitchcock, tho
artist. The I'aloma Is n beautiful
hlttVo craft, and tho painting Is n
wprk of art, and tho gift 1b greatly
appreciated by tho Yacht Committee.
X' . - - - ji i. . '" '
TAKE A LITTLE TRIP
Questlaml is the chief
Province in BULLETIN
Its population is tran
sient. The people are looking
for things they want or
need. When they find them
they hurry back home per
liaps to make another trip
the next day.
There's but one best route
to QUESTLAND the BUL
LETIN want-ad. route. The
cost is trifling. You. can
usually make a trip, trans
act your business and get
back home in a day.
Sometimes your errand
takes a little longer. But
there are few people who
ever make unprofitable ex
cursions to QUESTLAND. It
is the country of opportun
ityof chances, of luck.
One meets people who are
both offering and seeking
things alert people, illustrating-
and practicing the
law of GIVE and TAKE.
BULLETIN WANT AD.
SERVES AS A
- ' eh" 'tti-fcm.tJ i.wtl.'iittLxjiWj'
has ever taken nilvnntnirp
if he didn't like our batter.
idpnepQ ltt-l.rvllA.lv nml m-a
fer vour monev back.
IT COMES in 3-pound crocks and more.
IT "GOES" well, and so does "some more."
5oc to $2.00
NUUANU BELOW1 HOTEL STREET.
The Modern Light
and you will wonder, as everyone does who uses it, how
you EVER did without it. x
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., .
Office, KING' ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390'.
We are agents here for
Made and guaranteed by
the American Fruit Product
Pints ....25 cents; $2.50 doz.
Quarts .. 50 cents ; $5.00 doz.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS.
F: S. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. JTnuanu & Bethel.
' R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
IBB, rATOK UANQEKS and
Seoond Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania.
nf nnr offer to return his monev
The fact is (Ji)
ova fnl-iniv tin MiV ti,1.Ati 1tA aF.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NKT THE CONVENT.
Half Sole and
Repaired while you wait
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St.
P. 0. Box 587.
COME NOW I
- -Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade JewelriM, Eta.
. The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave yeur order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
fTTTKY NOT let us have your bus
" iness to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
. 82 MERCHANT ST. .'.,".