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EVENING BULLETIN. HOWUTLO.T. ll.,.WKlNi:SDAY, AUO. 20, 1008
The days are fast draw
ing near when House
hold expenses increase.
and you will strike an
economic chord and
brinn Harmony home
Honolulu Gas Co.
Bixtjeara ago physicians first
uaed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral) and
ever since then it has been the
standard cough.remedy all over the
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottle of it in the house
ready for an emergency.
controls the spasmodic efforts of
coughing,rclieves the congestion in
the throat, quiets the inflammation
in the bronchial tubes, and prevents
the lungs from becoming involved.
There are many substitutes and
imitations. Be sure you get Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up in large and small bottles.
Trttmi l Dr. J, C. Aytr Ci., Unit, Mm . U. S. A.
Her Skin From
Black To White
CHILD OF SLAVERY IS BORN
BLACK BECOMES WHITE.
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Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hals Have Arrived.
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INDIANAPOLIS, lnd., July 25.
"It's Just the way God made her,"
said America Mnsscy, nn cx-slnvo re
siding with George Lnswell, corner
Minnesota street nmt Churchman
nvcnuo, In explaining the condition
of his wife, whone hKIii for the third
time- In her llfo of G9 years lias
turned from black to white.
Tho first sixteen years of her llfo
wore spent in slavery as n house
maid, and iih she can remember noth
ing about her parents she docs not
attempt lo explain , tho mstcry,
which has baffled every one who has
seen her, as well as numerous phy
sicians who have examined her.
Having completed the third trans
formation, Mrs. Masscy Is now of a
fair complexion. Her skin Is not
light in patches, but Is completely
white, with tho exception of three
small brown spots on tho rlzht side
of her facQ and on? nn the left. A
tint of pink on each check ndds n bit
cf color to her appcarnncc, and the
utrly hair, which is gray only In
patches, brings additional contrast.
When working about tho house sho
rolls her sleeves, showing arms whit
er than would bo expected on a wo
man with a fair skin.
For tho last twelve .venis Mis.
Masscy says tho transformation has
been In process, mid as the change
has been completed for so long she Is
lather expecting the reverse per
formance to begin before many
months. Sho has as vet noticed
none nf tho more marked sensations
experienced In former changes. Tho
only things that huvc caused her to
bclicvo u transformation Is dun lire,
Mho appearance of tho small spots
on her face. and the fact that sho has
icmalncd white longer tliau usual
Changed Color in 1888
In mnklns tho first complete
change from back to white and then
fiom wlilto to black as well ns In the
second complete chango Mrs. Masscy
sn)s she noticed an Itching Sensation
of tho skin before the nppearance of
the spots, dark or light, as tho case
might be. As she tells It. tho first i
wlilto spots began to dot her colored
skin in 1S8S, and in tho con run of
two years she turned perfectly light.
During tho next twoyenrs, however,
n reverse process followed. The next
four years Baw n similar change,
from black to white, then from white
to black, and Mrs. Mnssry was still
more nstonlshed In 1890 when she
began to turn white for the third
time. Since that date she has been
turning color more slowlr. and the
surprising thine Is that the hue has
held for the exceptional number of
years. Although jhc has not as yet
noticed the acco'mpanjlng Itching
sensation, the nppearance of the lit
tle spots on the. face has given her
ground for fear that the reverse
process in the third transformation
may not be fnr off. Mrs. Masscy Is
not worried about the matter, how
ever, as sho Is not affccleirph)slclly
by tho change of color. In fact, sho
Days, sho has always enjoyed tho
ARCHITECTS OF OUR OfilENTAL
NEIGHBOR STUDY OUR
CHICAGO, III., July 24. Amer
ican buildings may scrvofas models
for Japan's now $12,000.0U0 llouso
of Parliament, nccordLng to Kntnc
taro Hayashlda, special envoy ot the
Mikado, who Is now In thls country
preparing n report on our architec
ture, particularly ns shown In Chl
rscfi. New York. Wnshlncbili. nnd
utljn. nuu nun mi.o viijtfjvu inw . -
best of health, nnd. although she Is San Francisco. Knglimd, (Jcrmnny,
getting pretty well along In years,
expects to sec many more blrthdajs.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Masse)' conic lo In
dianapolis from Howling Green, Ky.,
In 1896, Just ns slm was beginning
to turn white for tho third time,
Frnnce. Italy, nnd other Kuropcan
countries will be visited by Mr. Ha
ashlda, but it Is understood that tho
United Stales will have the prefer
ence when It comes to the selection
of architects to draw tho plans nnd
town tunny phjslclans examined her
In nn attempt to And n rfusc for her
rhnugo In color. In Indianapolis she
attracted considerable attention
the Kentucky JMipcrlntcnd the erection of tho build
ing. Thcres a deep bona or sym
pathy and feeling between tho Jap
anese people nnd thnwhlto races of
the West," said Mr. HaashJda. "Jap-
illll MUll'll lUlinmuiUllir UIIUI1MUII i '
wherever ho Imx cone. Imi nnno nf'nncse Ideals nnd Intellectual sjmtm
tho city doctors 'has over called onMhtes are Western rather than Hust-
hcr, sho says.
Tho Hawaiian band will give n con
cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock fit
Aala park, ns follows:
March "Manhattan Dcach" ...Sousa
Overture "Italia" Mattes
"The Soldiers In the Hushes"
Selection "Old Sweet Songs". Dalbuy
Vocnl Hawaiian songs...r. by Ilorgcr
"Tho Carnovalo of Venice".. tlmbcrli)
"Tho Love's Passing" Hcrgcro
"Tho Kissing S ell" . . . . . . . , . Sablon
"Ttho Star Spangled llanncr."
UNCERTAINTY AS TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.,
The Pacific Mutual Lift Ins. Co.,
with assets of ever S14.00O.0O0, and ,a
turolus of over 11,300,000, It now ieeu
Inn a Guaranteed Investment Contract.
with Guaranteed Annual Reminds
added, en payment of second and cub
sequent deposit. In east of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
ture and be paid during life.
It wll pay you to Investigate before
taking out Life Insurance. '
HENRY WATERHOUSB TRUST CO.,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 206.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
crn. Our people arc nearer to inn
white races of tho V'nst thnn they
ever will bo to the Chinese. We hnvo
patterned our constitution after tho
German constitution, our courts aft
er tho courts of Frnnce, and nro con
sidering tho building of our Houso
of Parliament' nflcr the American
style of architecture.. Of the Ameri
can Fleet now on the Pacific wo
havo been moro anxious than Co.
anything so ns to show how wo can
mnkc evident our slnccro feeling ot
friendship for this country by tho
wolcomo we will give the battleships
when they arrive In Japanese wa
ters." The Japancso envoy will at
tend tho Inlcrnntiounl Parliament nf
Nations in llerlln In September. This
will bo the first tlmo that Japan lias
been represented In tho International
congress. Mr. Hayashlda while In
this city, particularly noted the sky
scrapers and steel constructed build
ings with a view to determining tho
most effective type of construction to
withstand the severe earthquako
shocks prevalent In Japan.
ORDER OF WHITE MICE
names, lias Just been added the new
ly organized "Fraternal Order of
White Mice." With this newcomer
In the field, the names of at least a
wore of the better-known birds nnd
beasts hnc been utilised ns titles for
coddles The tendency to selcit im-
Imnl names seems to bo n dccp-Bcatcd
nnd growing one, nnd nn Invcsllga-
Hon Into the uses of thexo tinines
would make an Interesting study.
The Fraternal Order of the Mooso Is
one of the most recent additions to
the "HIKs" nnd the "Iluffaloes" and
orders named for the big animals.
Among the benevolent societies the
Heavers nnd Kaglcs both hac huge
membership. Another order, the
Owls, has ICC nests nil over the
country, with a home nest In South
llcnd, lnd There lire oxer "fi.OOO
members belonging to thcin The
Fraternal Order of Haglcs hns an en
lollmcnt of oxer 250,000 members,
and the Klks is one of the largest
lencvolcnt boclctlcs In Chicago, the
total disbursements running Into mil
lions of dollars. Tho Independent
Order of Foresters has nn enrollment
of 255,000 members nnd Its total
disbursements for benefits to Its
members amounts to 122, 500.000
slnco lis organization In 1874. The
queerest-named society found In Chi
cago, hoxvever, Is the Concatonatcd
Order of Hon lloos, nn organisation
of lumbermen, with n largo membership.
ULLKT'N ADS. PAY
The Citlxeoi' Health Committee has de
clared war against the rat In the following
"It la Incumbent upon
"all to wag relentless
"war on the rat, the
"eource and breeder of
Even If you do not think there are rati on
roar premlees, you ehould use Stearin'
Electric Bat aad Roach Paete, for rati travel
all over the city and are liable to camp with
Kit your premises axe not protected by
arne' Klectrta Paste.
This reliable exterminator la sure death
to all rata and nenally kllla them off in a
let la nlht. It Is the best weapon In the
war against rate, and every citlxen should
ate it aaa proieci our chj.
SeU by DtueeWM n Otreral ItotM every
THE rOETS' C0K1IEII
- toz - -'
"I'ts MlRtii Chlmmlo Mnr-rgln in ho
The AdUTtiKT b snl (I ill, and wevo
got lo have 'llii there
No matter If he's prisldlnt of hair a
He's better holdln doun tho Job than
He'll nlvor do no graflln', lies got
liionej nx his iw n.
lle'il nlur stop to eouiii r on an Inu
business man Is bo thoy sa and
not n hmigllu' lout,
Ufa .Mister Chlmmlr Morrglii hear
the Advertiser shout.
Oh, (liiburnoor Freer Is n clmlh oM
Unci a rholly old chap Iss lie
He snts nil day In dcr lohlns cfcgi room
Und ho bosse dcr Terrltorto.
Schmidt Iss her last of n Mollified
Of dcr deer lectio Sco-ro-talr oo
A chiinet lit dig spoils In her xlld Val
Makes him hnpp ni happy k.m bee
Wo coulilii'l let IIiomj sailors no .1
Wo rou'dn't It t lliem rco a n.iilvo
Abnormal tnslcs must never bo rn
And Wi: weren't going to give tho
lios a chance.
Our hands went up In holy, hol ler
When Carter telegraphed to Wa h
And (lore xp rensuieil inlghtv good
For his .Midway ulth its hula d.mo
The Japs, xxu know, havo followed our
And birred tho naughty gclsh.i glrln
They understand what awful things
If the sillors were to roe the glrli
I sometimes wonder, wonder,
If tho hul.i daiiro denied
Is better for tho J'lekles
Thnn the fun tint wo pi in hie
CHICAUO, III.. July 24. To tho
2,000,000 Klks, Owls, and members i
of other benevolent societies In tho i J7b, ;,,, 2i,t tttpid on tciptotpiit.
United RtntcH which have zoological Ittiesr lltlTtM run St.. ertHfc s. I., s. s. .
PATZIO In Honolulu. Aug. 23. IfliS.
n:;eil llftv jeirs. Carl II. P.itzlg. n
inllve of Saxony. Ho leaves n
wl'lo"- einl eight children Tho
fuller il will bo hold on Thursday
Western Pacific ictuses Hurrlmnna
terms for Joint uso nf Southern P.icille
tracks and will luixo i-cpiraly lino
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