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EVRNINO nJU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T.I1., WnDNBSDAY, JULY 20, 1008
1)1 I i i B 541 R " 1 1 VI 1 1 Li i B fiRH'n'fitF-l) u
TIANO AND ORGAN. ( ACCOUNTANT
Jas. Sheridan, Hotel nn;l Alukea Sts.,
or Hawaiian News Co Pianos anil
Organs tmicil nnil icpalred. Also a
flno assortment of second-hand pi
anos, organs, nml Aeolian organs
(or sale. Couiu ami sao thorn, I
Woven Wire Mattresses rroaircd nt
tho Factory Uoiiluiu wire Ded
Co., 1250 Alan.il Hi. Telephone
Vee Slna Kee P'umb.ir and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. hot tti.ti-i iud Paimhl.
Bulletin Businrss Mcc Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
If you contemplate build
ing, we wo'i'd bo pleased to
show you a lot on the lower
slope ot I'ac'lo Heights,
having an unsurpassed loca
tion and view. Within easy
walking distaire of the car
Can be bought at a bar
Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
Eelievn in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE III
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is tela PAINT and nut
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
l::. KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
I . ! I . , , ,
Fresh, wholesome, and
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale nt a Bargain Premises
nt Hnuula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS. BUILDER8, PAIN
TERS, TAPER HANGERS mil
Bcroud Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sftshes Bought nnd Sold.
M.U ST., PALAMA JUKCTIUfl
3R5 editorial rooms -25(1 busi
ness oltlco. These rre tho new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
L. ilc L. Ward, Accountant, .has re
opened his ofllco on Fort' street,
nlinro the Hawaii l'hoto and Art
ShinshinTA Hotel, A. Oura, Mgr.. Iwi-
lei ltd, n r. King; l'liono 473.
For house-help, phone Whits 2891, Ms
klkl. (loncrnl Employment onicc
mi- I'.ifini-nli nnn TIre"ins
Umbrellas mads and re-covered.
Mlzutn, Tort nc.ir Kukul.
tnr DULLETIN AD3. PAY
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. q. YEE HOP & CO.,
All hinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulat
Tc' 410. George O. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
ML PilsiHips & Co.
Vhlctj3 mpt.r-.9rn ana Jobb.r
AVERICAN DRY Gt00.
"OUT ro Otio-TN jit.
manufactured from :ure distilled w
trr. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewale. Tslephone 623
200T and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Bypairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River Sts,
Z . Z : :
SaMtaFV SteflOl LaUlldrV
Jl,,IUU, J d-Uill LCUillUI y
'Branch: TERRITORIAL MES3EH-
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watchflealers.
Agent for Hnvaiiun Islands,
Cor. FORT and Klliu Sts., Honolulu.
( Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler woifc
tni RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular nt
! tcntion paid to JOB WORK, und re
i pairs executed nt shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con-
OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono-
lli Tel. 272.
j FACTORY at Iwilci; Tel, 430.
EDGEW0R7H and QE0ID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in tho Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
ICO HOTKI. BT11KKT.
TUNING OU4 HANTHKf).
"For over TO yem I hnvo nlnay kept
A) er's Cherry l'cclcral In tho housi. My
father often told me that It Hived my lifo
when I vtxt Very yuueg."
of homo3 Ayor'a
is a household
u s o d
parents, then ly thn parents, and
now by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
h tho otandard remedy Iho world
over. It containi r.o narcotic or
poison. Accojit no Bubstituto.
Tut up in largo and email bottles.
rriilrfd ir T-. I X.h' r Turn Itui. U. S. .
Scaled Tenders will be received by
the Supo. Intcuilont of I'ubllu Works
until 12 m. i'f Jlonduy, August 10th,
l'JOb, 'for tho construction ot altera
tions and additions to the Ilanamaulii
Schoolhou-c, llanauaulu, Kauai.
l'lniis mid spcclllcntlons on II! o In
the ofllco ot the Superintendent ot
Public Works, and may also ho had
fruni diaries Dale, School Agent, 1.1
All temlers (o ho on blanks furnish
ed by tho Depaitmcnt of Public
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or nil bids.
Siiperlntemlcnt ot Public Winks.
Honolulu, July 25th, 100S.
rznr v 'tini
AnnHCnBi3 THCATnnit,(,lnl congresses, ind It Ik tiken up
UKriSLUrTl I UL.nl KL ,mw l,ucuuso ,)f "'u v'do "" rcat ,hut
MR. RICHARD BUHLER
and the Incomparable
L U M L E Y CO MPA.NY
The Last Time
THE ROARING FARCE
What Happened To;
Special Scenery nnd Costumes.
Specialties Between the Acts.
COMING, AUGUST 3:
French, Kallcn & Fuller's Vaudeville
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
llefoic Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children . . t , . 5 cents
KAMS vs. KEI0
l'UNAHOUS vs. SANTA CLARA
Reserved Scats Grandstand 2flo 'extra
BRIDGE WHIST SCORE-CARDS,
New lines Fancy and Plain,
I Hawaiian News Co.,
WILL PLAN FIGHT
A Great Inter-National
Chicago, July 4. Of all tuliJcetH
Hint icct'lved tho Trcrldenfn ntu iitlnn
Oiirln; tho recent conference of tho
guM.mors of tho aexcral states at the
Whltu Houeo non; It Is declined, ip
eulred nioro carneol and vympatlictlr
nicntlun than 'tho forthcoming Interna
tional congress nn tilherctlloalu which
Is tn meet hero from September 21
tn Octohcr 12, ahd of which he his al
ready licen cteclcili presldtui In
fcpeaklng upon Its lnipmtancu and tbo
rood that he Imped for from It. tli-
l'icsldeiit said that it would, iimm- pet
h.aps than miylhlng tdno, tt-nd tn
I'trciigtlicn International ties ! a
profound icallzatlnn of tho u-uthei-hod
of man In the union ot all nailonii
to flstht tho white -111.13110.
"Wo should innlto It," ho snl I. "Iho
greatest and Iho most fruitful congress
which has yet been held, and I i-wira
you of my lutciest and servicer 10 that
Tho emigrefcs comes to tlilx cntinlry
on Iho linllatlon of tho Nation d Wn.
elation for tho Study mil li . ntmn
of Tuherculoils, and pruparailo ii. -ie
under way all over tho world : m 1 si
ll tho greatest gathering In Hi Inter
est of public health. e or held In this
country. Kveiy btnto In tho I'lilnn Is
roptefented In tho llBt ot rnnunitli-cs
and twenty-eight foreign vomit ties.
Fifteen httndieil pertons nro named on
tho stato committee lists and over
1250 la tho register for foreign eoluit
tries. Dr. IMwnrd L. Trudeau h.'i been
elected honorary president of tho con
gress, and Vice President K lib uikx.
Speaker Cannon nml the Goumnr of
tho Stalei have been askel to --i rve as
Two Plenary Sessions to lie Held.
Two plenary sessions of the con
gress will ho held, one at 1 1 1 h'-glu
litng and the other at tho rne, in
tended principally for tho exchange of
g-cptlngg by tho delegates lliero
will be sewn divisions of thr Congress
and the scientific dlscusjloiih ui'.l take
l'laco at thu niectlngs,or each
All the Fcctlons of tho congress but
no will bo ileudod to tho Binel n'l-
intlllo consldeintlou or the i.riercu
loshi pinblcm. Thu other ae. Hon . Ill
consider It fiom tho hygloub-. social,
ludiiitrlal nud economic pi ndpolnt.
Heretnforo this phano of tli -ulijccl
haB not been consldcicd nt Itlterna-
is, ooiug laneii in iireeiuivo iiicahures.
especially In this connto
ICdward T. Del Ine of Non York, tho
chairman of this section Ii.ih arranged
.1 program ot u11usu.1l iin-ri-.it.
Topics to Be Discussed.
Tho topics which will he dlRCilshod
under tho general subject of "Advorso
ludustilal Conditions" ini'hiilo lubnrci
lobls as superinduced h m connection
with occupations, oiii-woik and lie -v-mis
strain ns factors, tli ffuft of fac
tory InipiovcnionlB on il general
health of employes and the employ
ment of pollco power In the protection
of tho llfo and health of employes.
Tho spcakcio Hchedtilcd to tnko part
III theso discussions Include well
kuotfn spcclnllstB like Ficdcrlck I..
I luff man of New Jerso. statistician
f llm Prudential Insurant company;
Professor John It. Commons of tho
University of Wisconsin, f'r. James
Aloxnnder Miller of New York; A, .1.
JdcKolwuy, Houthoru secniary of tho
national child labor couinilltco; Dr.
Herman Jl. lllggs and Di O. M. Price
of Now York; Dr. Henri H I'uvlll and
Dr. AHco Hamilton of Chicago and
Piofessor O. 13. A. Wlnslow of tho
iMnssacliiisetts Iiistltiiu of Technol
ogy. In the discussion of the general sub
.ect of noclnl control of tuberculosis
.iddrcs'scH will bo miido hv President
William F. Sloctim of Cilnrado on
"Tho Host Use of n Lnige ilen.uost for
tho Ilenellt of Consmnptlies;" I.Iv
Ingston Knrrand of Niw York, oxecu
tlvo secretary ot tho National Associa
tion for tho Study and Pretention of
Tuberculoids, will outline 'A Compru
heiislo Program for the Prevention
of Tubetcolosls; tho Itol.iUio func
tions of avallablo Agencleb " nnd ll'jw
land O. Hnzaul of Pence D.ilo, It. I.,
will tipoak on "Some llceiiomk- As
pects of tho Fieo Trnatini .t of Tuber
culosis b thu Stato."
Early Recognition of Tuberculosis.
It Is liellmed that illbcu..i.u on tho
oaily recognition of tubc-culosls nnd
flio subsequent treatment of persons
affected Willi it, especially those In
whom tho dlBontc tins In "'1 checked,
will open up tho Hold to a i.Ido fund
of liiforniatlon touching open air
fcchools, sultablo home employments,
farm colonics, etc.
Thero will ho Bosslons ilevotcil to
tho work done by thn lsliiiig niiisu;
to illBcuhslons of riluciitloiinl nicthods
nud ngciiclea; to the consideration ot
tnensuros for promoting Immunity
frinn tho dlseiiso and for lnei easing
t tho powers ot resistance- iueh as
p-rkK DlavgroiindB, outdoor sports,
nomliieiit setllomcnt workers will
take part In the closing resuiou, which
will have ns It, subject "The Hespon
fclblllty of Society for TuIiimchIokIs."
Tho spenkers mimed In I lie pi "gram
Include Jacob A. Illla of N-w Yoik,
MIsh Jauo Addams or Hull House, Chi
cago; Mrs. V. O. Sliukhmltch of
Oreonwich House, New York. Ho v.
Samuel McC Crnlhors of Cambridge,
President W. J. P Faunce of III own
university and Jacob II. Schlff of Now
The Forclfjn Committees.
Tho purMiuitel or the foreign com
mlttoo Is quite Interoktiiig. Iimluillm.'
as It does Homo of the most fiunniir
meu lu tho world, tcleultcbts, laveetl-
'galors, medical men of marked distinc
tion and a large number or men in or
flclal life of oinlneiit uncial and polit
tlrcnt llrllnln lakes the lead, so far
as numbera are concerned, wilh n com
mittee of 247 members, of which Sir
William Chin eh. former president of
the Hoyal Collego of l'lijslclnns of
Ihiglanil, Is chairman. Sir T. Clifford
Allbut. Prof. Q. Sims Woodhead and
llr William Osier, formerly of tho
Johns Hopkins hospital, constitute tho
committee on organization.
Among Iho othoi members of tho
gencial cojur.ilttco nro the countess of
Aberdeen, who I at the hi ad of the
sub committee for Ireland, blr Thom
as Ilailow of London, consulting phy
sician to tnc king's household, and
1 Prof. Sir Hubert llojce. member of tho
! ro.Mil commission on tuberculosis.
The French committee, v Itli n mem
bership of 151 nicmbers, comes next.
followed by tho Herman list, with 114
members. M. I.oubet, the former pres
ident of franco. Is hoiiorar;, liresldent
of the committee for that country.
Tho Orriinn coiiiml'leo contains
many naiablo iinmeu. Ilia- of Hobert
Koch, Iho discoverer of the tubercle
bacillus, ptands iircmlncnt among
them. Others In Iho long list of men
of nlTalrs arc Victor Prince Iloheulohe
nud Corvey, Krnst on Mend' Issolier
Ilartholdy, u member of the Prussian
diet, nnd Dr. urn llcthm.inn-llollweg,
Imperial secretary of tho Interior, and
vice president of tho Pr.isslau mln
lsth' of state.
OXYGEN CURE USED
NF3W YORK, N. Y., July 13. Ko
ni.irkahlB results attained In treat
ment of peritonitis with puro oxygen
at lleth Israel Hospital have raised
hopes that 11 way has been found ut
labt to combat this ill cad disease,
which places tho stamp of death up
on 95 pur cent, of Its victims. A
striking Illustration of tho efficiency
or oxygen was given when there wns
dlhcharged from the hospital Mrs.
Anna Ablas. n sufferer from periton
itis, whoso case upon lgr admission
was nt first given up us hopeless.-
On the day when she was taken to
tho hospital, two and n halt weeks
ago, Dr. William Seaman Ilalnhrldge
had been discussing with I'rof. Hen
ry Maiibllold Silver, the hospital chief
surgeon, a theory Hint oxigcn, If
tried, would prove a euro for periton
itis. An hour afterward Dr. Sliver re
ceived the summons to mako a heroic
ctfoit to r.avo tho woman's life. When
ho reached her fcldo he found alio was
suffering with general peritonitis and
that her Icmperaluro was 10:i de
Seeing that tho old method of
draining off the bacterial substance
lu the legion sof tho peritoatiiim
would be without iivnll lu her case,
ho roholved to follow the suggestion
given by Dr. Ilalnhrldge.
After an abdominal cut hud been
made and the usual treatment given,
tlie wound wuh hi sutured that It left
room for a small tube. This tubo was
connected with 11 tank ot oxygon,
which was tun through wntcr to
thoroughly purify It, and after tho
How had continued for three minutes
tho tuba was withdrawn.
Mis. Ablas evinced such rental k
ulilo liiipiovenient In tho very start
that other peritonitis sufferers were
elmllarly treated. Thero are now nt
tho hospital four other pcit-ons who
wero given the cure. All have shown
Improvement, equally ns great as that
when they, too, liavn been lu the hos
pital for two weeks and a half they
will he ablo to go homo as well as
they ever were.
UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with assets of over $14,000,000, and n
surplus of over $1,300,000, Is now itsu
Inn a Guaranteed Investment Contract,
with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and sub
sequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Pliability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It will pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY yATCRHOUSE TRUST CO.,
Fins Job Pilnttnf at thn Bulletin.
The "Yale" and "Harvard" Shoes
are very comfortable and strong.
They can be obtained from
L. AYAU SHOE CO.,
1005 NUUANU ST. NEAR KING ST.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
I Emma St. noar Berctanlt
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vcrtltementi Inserted for Lett Than
Two competent niasous de-lie work I A
on plantation. Address "J P I.."
this office. lUfil-lw
Second-hand flat-top desk; must bo
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about 0x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A second-hand tent. Address, stating
slzo nnd terms. "Tent," lliillctln
Clean wiping rags at the Uullotln of
fice. TO LET
House, eight rooms, with modern con
M'ulenccs, pleasant grounds. In
Pituahou Dlstilct. convenient to car
lines. l3nuulro W. C. Wcedon, St.in
gcnwald Illdg., or P. O. llox C58.
Furnished cottage at tho beach, op
posite tlie switch near tho bridge.
Apply 011 premises or L. II. Kerr &
Elx-iooni modern house, elertrlc
lights, gas. mosquito pioof. In
quire nt 1'137 Peiibacol.i St. I
Furnished cottage and house-keeping
rooms. Apply Cottage Grove,
King St. 4016-tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr3.
D. McConncll, 1223 Kmma St.
July 21st, sonicwhero about tho
streets, 11 .flunk book ot Newport,
It.'!., Hank, In account' with N.
W. Smith, containing 25 1c stamps
and valunblo papers and data,
finder will confer a favor by mail
ing name to N. W. Smith, V. S. S.
NobntsUu, Atlantic Fleet.
At or near Pnwaa junction,
open-f.ico gold watch, ulwi
with thrco coins attached,
able reward nt this ofllco.
Ono small bay hort'e, docked mane,
0110 wall-eye. Reward If loturncd
to 124 1 King St. Chilllngworth.
On Ilcretnula St. opposite French
Laundry, penrl-hucklo brooch. Re
ward If returned to this office.
A pair of eyeglasses near Moan.i
Hotel. Return to llulletlii office.
Jado watch charm. Ueward on ro-
ttirn to Cnpt. Ilergcr, Miller St.
100 2-2 1
An old Cleveland chain bicycle. Own
er c:ii hau t-amo by paying for
this ml. and putting pioperty. F.n
quite It. R. hngg.igo room,
Illcyclo. S.iiuo mny bo had by prov
ing pioperty and paling for this
ail., at T. II. McTlgho & Co.
Soothing Syrttp m
h hn twee' (or over 81X1 V E3
YUAKH by Mlt.T.lOHS ,,t VthoTs g3
t4 1MO. with nt.rfi.rf inrwu. IT
Eg bOoTIIUS tho ClIlLTi, bOlTCNS
Eg t1i OUMB...AU.AYS all pain,
(3 CURES WIND COUO, ana li His
by Drueclsts la every part of tho
worfd. ilo uro and itsk for llrt.
Wlnslow'a Boothlntf gympand lalo
toother kind. U Cenu a BottH.
Ah Old and Well-Wed Remedy
Kauiolani Building, Alakea nr. King.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon win aenver at your uoor.
CALL UP 107.
in price of
FILLING .AND ROAD MATERIAL.
NANIWA & CO..
AInkca and Merchant Sis.. Magoon
Bldg. ; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
Adverticenientt Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Eacii Oay. No Ad
vertlsementi Inserted for Less Than
valuable collection c.' stamps. This
collection Is tho property of tho
widow of the Into II. W. Ilowcti,
nud Is tho result of his effort In
many years of labor; they can bo
seen nt tho Hawaiian News Co..
Young building. 391Mf
fine corner lot In .Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit und ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two ml'i
utes' wall; from cars und Punahou
College. Address It. P., this office.
Cheap Stable, In
chicks, Apnlv '
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
.2 1-2 acres of land nud modern hnutc.
I Kino poultry farm; rea-'onnble. Ad
dress "farm," this office.
Young, Tender, Pat
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
134 Bcretania near Fort St.
I 1029 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
WING CH0NG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
in Furniture Mattresses,
All kinds ot K0A and
FURNITURE Made To
C. 0. Hottcl is authorized to collect
and receiut for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowai O.V.S.
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGIIE & CO., AGENTS.
P. 0. BOX 755.
Yon Want Electee Wirine Done or
Trivate Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION EIJCTBIO 00.,
CO Bcretania St Phone 319.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort,
lack Scully. Jack Roberts,
ki A,.'.Alfaii. r-4'- .ury,mL. iii