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-T7-. urn wiiiw mn ihii w i '. m mvvj 11
a pretty face, a good figure, but
sooner or later learn that the
healthy, happy, contented womnn
13 mostoi nil to uo nilinlrcu,
Women troubled with fnlntlnir
spells, Irregularities, nervous Irrita
bility, bachucho, tho "bfucs," and
tlio.su dreadful dragging sensations,
cannot hopo to bo happy or popular,
and advancement In cither homo,
business or social life Is Impossible
Tho catno of these troubles, how
cvcr.yloldsqulckly toLydlall. I'lnk
ham's Vegetnblo Compound made
from native roots and herbs It acts
at onco upon tho organ nDlictcd nnd
tho nervo centers, dispelling effec
tually nil thosn tlUtre&slnir svlnn.
toms. No other racdlclno In tho country has received such unqualified
Indorsement or has such n, record of cures of female ills ns has
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Miss Emma Runtzlor, of 031 State St., Schenectady, N. Y., writes:
'Tor a long t'.ino I was troubled with n weakness which seemed to
drain all my strength nrvav. I had dull headaches, uas nervous,
Irritable, and nil worn out. Chancing to read one of your advertisements
of a case- similar to mlno cured by I.yillsi 1!. I'lnlilinm's Veg'ctablo
Compound, I decided to try It and I cannot express my gratltudo for tho
benefit reeelred. I nm entlrclv well nnd feel llleo n. new tierKon.J'
Lydla 13. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is the most successful
remedy for all forms of Female Complaints, Weak Uncle, Falling and
Displacements, Inflammation and Ulceration, aud is Invaluable In pre
paring for childbirth nndthoChangoof Life.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from nny form of fcraalo weakness are invited to
promptly communicate with Airs, l'iuuuam, at Jjynn, mass, iter nuvicc
is irco nnu always ueipiui.
The Can and
HE latest step toward purer and better foods Is the perfec
tion of a special Sanitary can, which brings to your table all the
true flavor and delicious wholcsomeness of foods as originally pre
pared a statement not true of all tins.
This can is made in an entirely new way double-plated
with pure tin, nnd specially prepared inside to prevent action of
the contents on the metal. Sterilized inside and out, sealed in
such a way that the solder does not touch the food.
Only Heinz foods are sold in these tins. One of the best is
Heinz Apple Butter
Ask your grocer for it
H. HACKFELD &
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of Y. B., A. J. C C, No. G0247,
nnd Oucnon Lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10.
22 The Pond Dairy
A NEW STOCrC just arrived, made of golden and
weathered oak. Extremely handsome. Prices ranging
from $70. to $150, Come in and look them over.
Coyne Furniture Co.
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Call for ours
If you will ask your friends which drink they prefer
there will be no equivocation .in the answer. They will
tell you they prefer our soda water becnusc of the evenness
of the flavor, the snap, because it is full charged, and be-
cause it is delivered on time.
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Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
Leave your order now for Chinese
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
j5J7"For Rent" cards on sale at
the uunciin omen.
jBt-gn . 1t T..vvr. . tiLui DAI nniTAn
tatsjji nfliTju-: mijm''vi Iff!
faw -oi (inn
is I, v. flwswift a
fit 4. ' l y In
Vi "'i' 7" Ay
MISS EMMA RUMTZLER
0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Swell rooms en suite with or with
out baths j with every modern con
venience. Hates may be had from
Mrs. J. W. Macdonald,
WILDER AVE. and PUNAH0U ST.
Hlff-- &ULLETIN ADS. PAY -&i
' Yon ask mo nliout Hint icso'h
(Ion Introduced In tho Hoard of Su
pervisors tn separate tlio gnrbiige ile
pintment, vli, I h,iu HiIh to x.i).
'There Is n nigger behind the wood'
I lie-," s.ilcl tho lloy Orator this
"The department under Samuel
Johnson hns been doing, nnd Is still
lining, their work to Iho sutlsrurtloii
of nil the tuxpajeii, ellmliinlliig, of
romsc tliq grumblers mill klchcrs
who hold (heir icgtilnr leglslntlwi
session on tlio corners of tho Btrectn
"Aiiordlng to this morning's pa
per, some of the Supervisors nro mire
over Charles llustncc, Jr., chalimnii
lliunl of Supervisors, and will tr lo
oust S.im Johnson without nollce,
nnd then In unnc.it Ilitstuce.
"The iieoplo of this County will
IniVii something ,to nay when that
lime loines, nnd If It does come. 1
cue not when It may, then nnd
Iheic the majority will net ns dic
tators and as Francos. Then there
will be revolution and tho only rem
edy they deserve from the people Is
the (rushing of their heads at the
This cwiilng nt S o'clock the oral
i xpiosBlon department of O.ihu Col
ItKe will picsi'iit. In Onirics It. IHhIi
op Hall, two llttlo plays. .Miss lliuce,
tho teacher of oral expression nt I'u
Malum, has put much effort into these
plujs, and consequent!) something a
little out of tho in dinar)' Is expected
when the cuitiilii lifts tonight.
These plas nro to bo given for
dimity work mining tho oor in the
city, under the direction of thu Kill
l'niinhl, tho recently organized society
for social work.
The flrsL play Is a comedy In one
net. entitled "A Utile (lamo With
1'nte." Thu following Is tho cast:
"Helen Morton" ltny Hell
"I'Ixe" Hum Atwutor
"fii'lioWoo Knight" ....Alice Hopper
"Mrs. Hatters" Alice llond
"Ingrl" Ireiio Aiken
lletween the two plays Micro will
bo nil lntcrmlrslon during which MIsb
Doils Titylor will ru a reading.
Thiro will also be mflslc.
The second piny "lei on parlo I'ran
cuts," has tho follow Ins cast:
Angelina" Vera Damon
'Anna .Mm la" Iltith lttchnids
'Mr. Sprlgglns" lames GIbb
"Mrs SprlKgllis"..Murguerlte Ashford
"Mrs. Itnttan" Maud Jones
Major Itegulus Hiittan"
, Keiuielli Winter
"Victor Dubois" .. . Hejnold Mctlrew
Tickets will be on sale nt tho door
The Imix visible lypewrlur Is on
quest louabl the leniler WHY'
Hecnuse tho alignment -In iilw.is
conect and cannot, vary.
llecauso It reipilres less energy ti
opciutc anil It responds lo the light
Ilccniibi' It prints the elenuest let
I era from steel type. Tho writing Is
always In sight and there nro two ill
bons, one In black anil one in led. The
machine linn u changeable e.irrl.igu,
so that operators may have pruetle il
ly two typewilteiH lu one, anil the
change is made lu a moment. No
other writing machine has this feat
tin', the one that Is most needed In
Iusuiiiiko, plantation, leal estate of
flees, or any place where largo slzo
lilnuku lire to be filled. A liostnl lo
iiuest will bring jou booklet "II" nnd
will cost (iu nothing but thu postngo.
11 ltosenhcrg, In the Wmerley
blofk, has tho agency for It.
(Continued from aze 1)
les nnd this (inclusion will icqiilru
no argument lu Us suppoit. Hut lu
ndilltlon to this wo bellec It Is un
ilesrnble to hno u lonsIJcrnblo num
ber of llttlo cemeteries senttereU
thiough the thickly bottled portions
of the district, which should bo unf
ile lent reason to close them. It will
ery pertinently bo nsked "If these
(.qmctorles mo lo bo Closed, whnt Is
to bo done for tho Interment of the
ilu.ul?" It Is no nnswer to say Hint
I.oth View Cemetery Is open to nil.
Tho mnjorlty of peoplo In Honolulu
would much prefer to linvo then
dead Intoned within n reasonable
distance of their homes, nnd for that
reason your committee bellovcs that
thero ought to be nt least two largo
public cemeteries established ns soon
as It can bo done, for tho iibo of Ho
nolulu. As tho location, It would
seem that n ccmotery located some
wheio In Kiillhl would bo tcntial
and convenient for all nt the popu
lation desiring to use such ccmotery,
on tho west side of Kuuanu street,
while another located somewhero In
$12,50 House on Oulick Ave., 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Home; adjoining
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity 31dT. 74 S, King St.
tho legion of lower Manoa Valley,
or upon tho high lands miitiKn of the
Mollllll Church toward Mnnoi,
would supply tlio neons of cvciy-
thlng east of Nutiami street. Cemo-
tcrles so located would bo not only
easily leached by the enrs of tho
ltapli! Transit, which would be used
by most perrons, lull are not so fin
I mm the i enter of town as to make
tho use of curiiuge! at funerals pro
hibitive on account of expense; mid,
whnt Is of greater Importaiirn, tin
majoilty of peoplo would lie ntilo to
reneh either louilloii on foot, ami
this would be the means employed by
those with whom the expenditure of
i von u llM'-eent piece Is of rousldor-
nble Importance. Some tmiulry has
lieeu ni.ulc ns to the possibility of ob
taining cemetery sites lu these two
locations, of fiom tlftv aiies up, anil
while theio Is nothing ih finite to ro-
poit, we believe thill It Is quite pos
smle to obtain for leason.iblR prices
tho land necessary to establish two
The Advertiser has suggested Hint
tho crater of Diamond lleml picjcnts
a good site for a lemeiery l'or pic-
turesqiiojiess of location anil suita
bility of soil and urea, this nlnco
(mill baldly bo cuunlh'il. but tho ap
proach Is tho gieat illllleult. The
suggestion made In the Advertiser Is
to cut a tunnel thiough the side of
the mountain. While this Is ipiUc
feasible, though the epensc would
he considerable, yet sm h a tunnel
would nlwnys bo an objeitlon In the
minds of tho great mnjmlt) of poo -tile,
nnd the approach to suih a cem
etery would certainly be very costly.
Another site which hns lecened con
sideration Is u lot emit. lining from
lllty to olio hundred mies on the
Walalae slopes of Kalniukt, nbout
due cast of the upper end of Dia
mond Head. This place Is also avail
able, though tho in Ice named Is too
high, and a large pen I Inn of this
ground Is well adapted fur cemetery
purposes, but a considerable part of
It Is also rocky nnd not suited for
Inn lain. '1 no distance fium town al
so Is a great objection, as it would
Involve, first, tho (onutrurtlon of
f i mil n mllo and u half lo two mites
of load to oven reach Iho iieniesi
side. An extension of Hie HnpKr
Transit system to this point would
cost many thousand ilnlluis. mid tlio
distance Is bo great from the center
of Honolulu that It would puictlcnlly
compel those visiting the graves nt
ti lends to go out on the cam, being
too far Tor oidlnary walkers.
In case tho Civic IVderatlon and
the public In general i booses to take
up this subject anil go lo work ami
get cemeteries, jour lotimilttec trnsls
that rules will bo established at once
which will make, of these cemeteries
I'aikllke, beautiful nnd attiacthc
spots, such ns now exist In the latest
and most ultinctlvc leineterles in
other plncos. Such pirns would le
lulro the laying out of walks and
driveways, not on a n i tangulnr plan,
but winding nbout In an ultiuctlni
manner. Trees should bo planted,
shrubs nt pioper pluiei, no fences or
striirtuies of inn such character
should bo allowed within tho con
fines of the (emeleiles, even curbing
around lots uie now prohibited.
There should iiIu.hh tie mi appro-
pi late gatowny in entrance, nlso le
relvlng tombs in v.iults mid u chap"!
for the use of funci.il parties. All
ol these things tint only rciiitlio cap
ital, but t.il.e In many cases no In
considerable pin i Inn of the giound
It Is estlinnled that Cjpiess !.nwi;
Cemetery, In San I'laurlsco, which is
perhaps the most beautiful on tho
I'nellle Coast, lias available for In
terments less than sixty per cent, of
thu entire area, the rest, being devot
ed to roads, ililtes, carriage courset',
louiitalns mid other such uses. Tho
creation of such a lemetery for Ho
nolulu Is something which wo should
all earnestly fosiei, and to this end
your committee lespcctfully urges
that the ii'tteniinn and energy of the
Civic Kedeiatlon be directed.
In connection with this leport tho
committee is picpaiing a tubulated
statement showing aluablo statisti
cal Information legnnllug tlio Mil Ions
cemeteries, but this has not us yet
been quite completed.
WILL FORM PARTY
(Continued from Page 1)
parties or will ou run on your own
"Oh. I will he Independent. I will
hnvo my own p.uty I don't know If
I will run for an oltlco yet, I have
had n lot of peoplo cuiuu tu mo asking
mo to urn for m.ijiii. muio than have
nsked any of the other fellows who
Intend to run. but I have told them
that I wouldn't "
Jamei, r. Morgan. Jr., son of J. (1
Morgan, had a harrow escape fiom
Hit) on the night of Jan. 22. It hap
pened in one of tlie dormitories of
Rett's Aciitlotiiv nt Slaufoid, wheio
ho hns bcoti prepaiiug for the Huston
Tech. When the Iho broko out ono
nf tlio students cllscoered thut tho
building was ablaze where Morgan
was usleop. An alarm was given and
young Moigan ciawiod down tho
file escnpo after finding ovcry other
avenue of egress closed by tho Haines.
I.lttlo Wllllo "Sn
pa, what Is n
Pa "A schomo, my son, Is sonio-
thing Unit usually rails through short-
ly. after jou lnost nionoy In It.'
rifctofilfe;.'-, 11- iV.ii .lirtriiiih iiti-.'mlt' - - --'i
CHURCH SERVICES !
Pirst Methodist llplscopnl f 'hut eh
408 Heri'tanla aw-nue JJavId
Cinne. pastor Holiday school 'i t" I
a m International lesson, ",lesus ami I
the Woiiuin of Hniiinrln" Minium'
worship, II a in. sermon h the ,a- I
tor, subject, "U'.ssnns 111 Dlsetpb -M i
Mis. Hate will render II oe d !t"lc I
ICpnorth I'ngiie. ; 3l p ni topic tin
study. Help unci Deliverance in
dud." livening seivlces, 7:30 o'clock
Miss I hill will slug In special iniisle
Captain Whiter .losselvn will oicupv
the hour In iidllng the stoiv of his lift
ami declaring his faith In the Living
tloci. A cordial welcome is uxtonded
to nil who attend this church.
At the Methodist chinch Sunday
evening. Cuptsln .linrclyn. Vim lias
followed Mm seas for morp than fin v
jonrs, will tell bow his dot, In whom
ho Iuib great rulth. has led him and
pioserUMl his lire. The captain knows
how to Interest his lien rem, and Unite
who aticnd the st nice will be amply
Central Union Church lllble school
0: In n. m MmnliiK worship nt II
o'clock, the minister will preach, sub
Ject, "IJt oilmen uniini slnt " cimn
nnd chorus will slug Behneekc i's "-'In,'
Alleluia rorlh" anil lead the rmipic
gallon. Tho Christian ltndeaor So
clety will meet al b.30 p. lu Tuu
lug worshlii at 7: ill) o clock, union
meeting of students: sermon by lie
W. II. Olc on, subject "Making Ihmm
meats." Choir, chorus and congiegi
tlonal singing. The Kninehanuhi
choir will slug Do Koven's 'King of
l.oe," iitid Kipling's lleeesnional lr
Shelley.' A cordial Invitation Is hen
by extended lo strangers, semni n
travelers, visiting friends nnd the pub
He generally to attend nil these s i
Messrs. Kdwln lleiiner nnd 15 Her
rick Ilrown will preside at u lliorong'i
trial of the ncoustlrou to be made dur
ing the 11 n. in. service t.n.i irrow nt
Central Union church. Special pew
will be roenod for this purpose. All
who have illlllculty In ho.'uliig are in
vlted to be present and mnku tho tt-Bt
Please speak to tho ushers.
Human Catholic Cathedral fi a. in .
low mass with holy communion anil
I'oitugiieso lust ruction; 7 a. in. low
mass with holy communion; i u. in
mass for chlhlien. singing nnd Hug
llsh bcrnion; 10:31) a. m., high mass
with Native sermon; 2 p. in., Rosary
anil nuthu Instruction; 7 p. in, l'or
tugiieso sermon aii'l benediction of the
Ulessed Sacrament. St. Augustine
Chapel. Walklkl 9 a. in., low mnsi
with singing nnd Kngllsh scriuon
During tho week at tho Cathedral Ihi
musses ns li and 7 a. in.
The Catholic Church of St. John
the Ilaptlsl. Knllhl-waena, In ehaige
of ltuv. l'"iithei Clement. Tomonow,
IVbruary U, S 20 a. in., high mass, set
moil, collection, Sunday school. 4 p
Tlie Catholic Church of Our I.ad'
of the Mount. Kniiilmil. Kallhl uk.i. In
charge of lie v. Klitlier IMinunil. U a
in., mass, sermon, collection. I". .l.
Tho Catholic Church of St. Jiiiteph
Moaitalua, In ehaige of Ito. I'athei
Clement. It u. m.. high mass, si i
mini, collection, Sunday bchool. :; p
m., llosary, catechism.
At the Adetitlst Chinch, 7C7 Klnau
itreet, Sunday evening al 7.311. the lee
tines on Iho Prophetic History of tin
World will bo continued. This oven
,ng will In lag us down to Iho history
nf our own ilnv. so that we enn st
what Iho land has sulci coneeinliig the
imiluns nt Mils Mine. These Nauunai
I'hophi'cles nro full of Inteit-st to
eciy nible student nnd historian. All
uiu rordlally Invllod to come.
Chilsllan Church C MrKeever
pastor. 9: 15 Hlble school, lesson John
1:1 12. C.3II ti. in , Y. r . c. l. , miu
lect. "Visiting Strangdis and tin
Sick." 11 u. in, sermon, subjei I
"Jesus nnd Woman of Saiuaila." 7 3i
1 m.. Minium, bunjici, iiiui nnu unit;
Agilppa." All ale m.iile welcome.
SI. Andiew's Cathedinl The t.eivlee
at 7:30 n. m. will be lakuli by the llev
W. 11. Hllss, who will alto pleach a.
tho Hawaiian tervlce nt U:3.l n. in Tin
Iluv. K. T. Simpson will preach at tin
11 n. in. sonlco and lllshop Ilestailik
nill pieach at 7 30 p m.
ALL FOR STUDENTS
loinonmv Is tho U.iy r l'rajcr for
the Stuilonti of tho World. Ily spc
tl.il request tho oecaaloii will he iip
liiopilntcly oliscrvcd In Central l'n
iDti Chinch. It whs tho Intention ol
l)r Scuililer to pre.uli Ills tlilnl soi
innii In tho OM Testament course,
lint hi'cuuso nt this icitlest lio will
trc.uli upon tho Stuilent moeiiii'iit
ut thu nun nine worship. In the
i wnlnir a sncclnl service for stu-
uents will he held. To this tho inl
IowIhk schools linvo been Invited,
tho Normal, Kniiielinmolia nnd IIIrIi
Schools, O.ihu, St. Louis, Iolntil, Alll
cilanl nnd Agricultural Colleges. Kn
wnlnhito Semlnnry, Mills liistltulc
nnd St. Atidiow's l'rlory. With the
exception of St. Louis nnd Inl.inl
Colleges nnd tho 1'ilory. which me
proventcd bj other engagements fiom
helni: ni oson t. nil oT thu Institution
'nvlted hiiNe luceptcd tho linltutlon
Tho principals of n number of the
schools will bo Bunted on tho pint
form unit will tnlo pait lu thu serv
ice.. Itov. W. II. Olcson, seciotury ol
tho lluwnilan Hoard, will preach tho
Mrmon, subject "Milking Invest
ments." Music will bo furnlslioil nnd
tho longrcgatlomil singing led b
the Kaniolinniuliu chnpol cliolr undor
tho lcndorslilp of Stnnloy Livingston.
Tho body of the chinch will bo ro
sorveil for tlio Btudoiils.
raanafx.sifeWBagnjjaasBuisr w Mir-
HD CEUtnmn O
Keep u In t'.le of the 1! Iters
handy If ou wcaihl pave a lot
of suffering h, u the 8tom
nc It, l.l. cr ir Knlm ys are an
able to perioral their woik a
fev ilouos will hi Ip wonderfully
11 never falls In ca ei of Dy- t
pcpcla, Indlfjestion, Costive. !.,
Ocur 8toirach, Poor Appetite, .
Liver or Kidney Ills or Malaria
Hawaiian Opera House,
Exhibited by B. K. B0NINE for the
Benefit Hawaii Yacht
Lifelike Iloving Pictures of
KIJIO SXBEET III ACTION,
SURFIKO AT WAIKIKI.
CATTLE AT KAWAIHAE,
and for the first time anywhere, the
piilnic of the
PASADENA FLORAL PARADE
Taken by Jfr Bpnine at the request
of tho Floral Pntade Committee of
Mr. Bouine will be assisted by
' and the
DIAMOND HEAD AfHLETIC CLUB
In Poses, Horizontal Bar Work
and Feats of Strength.
Music by the St. Louia Collette
Alumni Orchestra : and Doubie Quar-I
tct in special music, and BcrgStronj
Company's Victor Auxctophonc.
ADMISSION. 25c, 50o and 75c.
Tickets at Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd.
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING-
THURSDAY, rEBRUARY 0
"The Great Conspiracy"
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10.
"The Squaw Man"
25, 35 and 50c
WEDNESDAY nnd SATURDAY.
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
At Home Of
MRS. T. J. L0WREY
Corner Lunalilo nnd
IN AID OF '
District Nursing and
Pure Milk DepotWork
FEBRUARY 15, 1003
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Brandt: TERRITORIAL I.IESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 3G1
Wing' Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
1 JL i ' J I'p1 VJJit 'VV'rfil'
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japar.
PORT NtXT THE CONVENT
FIIN'EST FI V
.Did cloth of A-l quality can be pai
MeCANDLLSS BLDO .
V. 0. Box 861. Telephone 931.
WALL, NICHOLS CO, LTD.,
COMIC and SENTIMENTAL.
the 10-cent mild Havana, at
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO , LTD.,
Altxander Y'onng Building.
can be dono very easily with your
.Japanese servant by purchasine; an
English nnd Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town..
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
'STHY NOT let us have your bus
v mess to advertise 1
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST
At All Watchdcalers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu,
PntHtps a -
wholesale impi im m--. Jcbbar
AMCRIUAN DRV GOOUt.
.- , to t
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Hee Kau Siee,
SO. 1320 NUUAIT'J ST. nr. KUKUJ,
FINEST COLLECTION Or CURIOS
in the city at
Orplieum Seiooo, '
Nest to the Orpheum Theatre.
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
fiONTRACTORa BUILDERS. PAIN-
TEKS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes ttoncht and Sold
SING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
jgy 'For rtunt" cards on sals at
he Bulletin office,