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EVENKQ DPI,! ETIN,' HONOLULU, T. It , .BATUM)AY, DEC. G, 1908.
The Home of Rainier Beer
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The Superior -Quality ci Rainier Made this Plant possible
T you don't know exactly what to get for
Christmas Presents a visit to our Oriental
Department will quickly solve the Puzzle.
Handsome Oriental Goods
Kimonas, Mandarin Coats,
Satsuma Ware, Cloissone,
Lacquer Ware, Brasses, .
Flower Pots, Jardinieres,
Japanese Tea & Coffee Sets
Toys, Papeteries, Vienna Statuary
AH New and Specially Selected, the Finest wc have ever had:
UB. LINE OF SPECIALLY IMPORTED TOYS for Chiistmas is worth sec
ingr. Here you can get anything in TOYS that a child could wish for at
remarkably Low Figures. Our PAPETERIES are tasteful, and we now
have sonic exquisitely artistic VIENNA STATUARY that you would like
Pay Us a "Visit
CORNER OF FORT AND QUEEN STREETS.
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Good folks Take
It's a Good Sign
, if it's painted by
The Paint Shoo.
134 Kine St
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort. -Jack
Scully. Jack Roberts.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. 'King & Alakta. r Phone 411,
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
TR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
XJ CREAM OR HA0IC4L BEAUTIFIER
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a beauty, tn 1 d
4tffti tli In.
r u yearn, ima
"il A TV CM Urtlth bvaurel
i rrtttrtj mats,
foil f flnlliu
ir Dr. I. A.
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llf or lt kiut
f (ft ptlrrl)
At yon Ulita
will u lhJ3.
nariiii.l'a Prauiii' ma Ihft lat harmful tif &11 Lhk
BklnirfM'tUOHi1 iralii mUdruuikt uj t-iney
Uooil IKtUeri In Ue UlUcJ butoa, Laniul ud buof4.
rERO. T I18PK1MS. Prep . 3 Gtcal Jcnti S'jttt.HtwM '
jjCT-'Tor Rent'' earMPI Mtf at
This sale applies, only to thq main store at Elccle,
A Great .Reduction in all Lines of
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Pi ices. All These Prices
A fine line of,Fnncy Vines and Liquor for the Christ-
mas. trade in our Liquor Depattinent.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
Mm. Kjtlicrlno i Stevenson re
ttirncil fiom IIIUi tills morning,
wlicio alio m very well rccchcd
wMlo tneaclilnR In tho tatiso of tem
perance. v Her last address iirelmn
to continuing op her way mound Oio
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MRS. KATHERINE STEVENSON
Who Speaks Tonight Before the
Young People's Union
world wjll lm rIvpii tills ncnlng at
die quarterly roiivciitlini or the
Young I'ptipln'R Union, to lm held in
Central Unliin Ciiurcli.
The iirogrnm followHi
Song Service, led liy Mr. Jess Du
lot. Scrlpttiro Heading, Itn. ('. C. Wll
Song! kamohaniehn C K Society.
lloll Call. f
AddicKH, Mrs. Knthtrlnp I.. Stev
enson. rrcscntutlmi of llaniicr.
LODGE'OF SORROW '
TOMORROW BY ELKS
Scientists lmc at least dlstoxcred
remedies and treatment ttiat will cure
most cases If taken In time.
Howeter, they miy whatever U
done In case of cllow fecr must be
A good nurse, fresh air, cheerful
surroundings, and absolute quiet nre
A pure tonic stimulant, like Duf
i' l'urc Mnlt Whiskey, Is Impera
tively required, from the outset, ill
the treatment of this disease.
j In tho carl) and middle Htages Duf
f'n I'ure Mult Whiskey maybe given
with more or less freedom, an tho at
tending phjslclan ma deem best, hut
during tho period of convalescence It
should be administered only In small
DuUv'g l'ure Molt Whiskey Is an
'absolutely pure distillation of malted
grain: thus all germs aro destroyed,
and the produrt Is .1 predlgcstcd liq
uid food and Is lnvnluablo in all
cases of low fever, such as tvphold,
malaria, etc. It Is also Invaluable for
overworked men, delicate women, and
felckly" children. It brings Into action
1 till tho vital fnrccM and builds up new
tissues. Itjitrcngthcns nnd sustnlus
tho Hstcm; Is a promoter of health
pud longevity nnd keeps In normal
healthy condition body, brain, nnd
nerve. It Is the greatest family met!
tclno known to science nnd In used
by leading doctors, of all Kchools
throughout thd world.
If w'cak and run down, take n tea
spoonful four times a day in half a
glass1 of milk Or -water. It will ward
Duffy's Pure Mnlt Whiskey Is sold
throughout tho world by druggists,
grocers, nnd dealers, or Bhlppcd dl
icct for $1.00 a largebottle.
If in need of advice, write Con
sulting I'hvslclan, Duffy Malt Whis
key Company, Rochester, Now York,
Btntlng yolir case fully. Oar doctors
will send jou ndvlco" free, together
with n handsome Illustrated medical
booklet containing somo of tho many
thousands of gratlfjlng letters 're
ceived from men and women In all
walks' of life, both old and oung,
who have been cured and benefited by
tlioU8o'ot the world's greatest medicine.
Slms James M died July 25,
ltl'U. 4 ft
l.ovo, J.tmi'H A, died October, (,'
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IliniH, fjgorge, died I-.LbriiarY) !!,
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190S. ' ' -f
f Cooko, Run go A , died July
llearwnld, Jacob, died March ,
f Itamse, Charles II., died Decern-
ber 15. r.mr.
Dunbar. WIIII.hu I. died July 30,
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Illshoii, Charles II., died August
f Lvon.'Allicrt J., died October 10,
Oem, ni-oigo I), died October 19,
McDoiioiikIi, J. II, died August
4- US, 190S
f 'Tho faullH of our brothera wo
vvrlto upon thu sands;
"Tholi vlrtuen upon tho Tablets
of l.ovo and Meiuorj."
Tho oniul Lodge of Sorrow will bu
held tomorrott .ifiernoon nt 3 o'clock
in the Opera llonso by llmiolutil Iidgo
Nn. iitti, I) V O i: With all of thu
lolumiilty of tho i:ika ritual thu minion
of tho ilepaiteil brethren will bu lead
tff and tho tun row nil offlces pro
icrlbod fin thu occasion will bo gono
Tho program will bo as follow h:
Tho urdoi of thu ( xerclses will bo as
1 I'llgrlm'H Choi us, ' TniinhnitKor
Honolulu Comert Orchehlr.i,
I', J Vlerrn. Director,
1'. Opening Itiliiullstlc Cseiclscs
ilimoliilii I.odga, No. lUi,, I).
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3. Itoll Call of "Our Absent L'roi'i
Secretary of tho l.od?o.
I Opening I'lkH Odu 1
All; "Auld l.aug Sjno"
Henry 11. rteatar.
Itk. Honorary l.lfo Membu. 9jn
DlCgo Loilgo. No. IDS '
fi Main Doublo Quartet "
"Tho Dep&rtt il" ..,... Main
7. Orallon Ilro. K ADImthltl
8. Tenor Solo Avo Maria ("Ihoo
Knownst, Ixird. tho 'y ennuis
and Sorrow") .... Mnrr.ui ll"dc
Ilro D. I' n. Iscnbcrg, utconv
pinlcil b It ltiull.mil Dole.
I Italian Sjinphoii) '
Amlantu ....,..,. MmidcUnunii
II01111I11I11 Cnnrrit On lieati.i.
i:iiiigy...ltov. llro l.iuiniii Kroll
l.lfo Member Ilooslct TalU, N
Y.. Lodge, No. 1005
11. Violin Solo Kol Nldrel
Rudolph J. Buchly, accouipanlc.
by Mrs. L. T, Pock
12. Mnlo Doublo Quartet "Tho Ixird
Is My ShoiAicrd" ....tlrldgman
13. Tenor Solo "Ho CJIvcth Ills Be
loved Sleep" '. Ab
Bro. D. f. n. Iscnbcrg. accom
panlcd by II. Rudland node.
14. Closing Ritualistic Kxerclscs
By tho L'odge.
Rt. Rev. Bro. II. B. Restnrlck
:C Marcha LcnQro Rati
Honolulu Concert Orchestra.
Music will bo furnished by an or
chestra composed of tho following mu
slclans: K. J. Vlorra, conductor; first
violins, rror. Knlil, Messrs. lin
James and Bond; second vlullUK
Messrs. Ilrowu, McTlgho nnd Dr
Moore; viol. Dr. Mnrqncs; cello, Dr
Straub, basses, Messrs. Wll'lams nn.
Kaal; first clarionet, Mr. Chadwlck;
bccond clarlonef, Mr. Fosnm; fluto
Mr. Desky; oboo. Mr. Bcchtel; firs
Cornell, McssrB Bolsse and St. John;
second cornet, Mr, Krauss; trombone.
Mr. Kaa; timpano, Mr. Peck; piano
The commltteo In cliargo of the
llks' mepiprlal services at hc Opera
llonso would ask that tho audience
remain heated during tho closing
march on the program, while tho ofll
ccrs of tho Lodge nro filing from the
rtago. This Is a part of tho exercises
mm 111 1110 pasi 11 nas won niucn
marred by misunderstanding on the
part of tlm audience. Tho music Is by
thu Honolulu Concert Orchestra and
tho closing selection In ono of much
beauty nnd should not bo spoiled by
tho disturbance caused by persons
leaving biforo It Is concluded.
Tho itsherR who liavo been appoint
ed for (be bcrvtcos tomorrow afterpoou
nro us follovyH: Chas. R. Frailer,
ilialrnian; A. ,L C. Atkinson, Arthur
llcrg. Clifford B. High. Geo. T. Klue-
gel, It. C Lj decker, R. R. Reldford.
W. J Robinson, R. W. Shingle, R. II
Fiullh nnd WnkThoinpspn. Tho com
niltteo requests thut IhchO membors
bo on hand nt (lie OperaHnuso'iiH soon
after 2 o'clock aH possible, In order to
m.o to Boating tho largo audlonco
vvhjch Is certain to attend. ,v
Druiiist - .
Building Site at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $7.50. Scenery
I P. E. R. Strauch
iWAITY BLDO. 74 S. KINO ST,
About a yr aco n Arpodergrm n
drulll, wrotn ui from Callaway. No
hraska, that h haft a Krlous casa or
kidney dlsoaaa ant that hla physician did
not offer him much" tncoiiracTnwit. Ha
Uralred to put Fulton's Renal Compound
In' Block for hla own casa and If he got
rraillla he would Bait It to other Ha
wroto several times for advlco, allowing a
very nbntlnitlii raae. He nnwwrltea: "It
Is now ten montha since 1 began using
thh compound and although my onsa hiui
linen verr oballhate, It aeema o havn Hn
ally yielded to the treatment 'I nave nn
doubt results would hava been obtained
sooner had I not kept at work."
(Due to the reaults obtained In ttuff
case our agenctea were promptly accepted
In' Callaway and the adjoining tqwn )
Hlmply another' cade of kldnoy trouble
In which the Inflamed kldnera refused to
irapond to the futile old-time aidnev exw
ciunia ami inat arter nil else naa raJIM,
v letdM to Fulton a Henal Compound, the
llrat and only emollient for Innumed kid
neys Inflammation of the kldneis, even
In lie advanoed forma,1 la' now ourable.
Send for literature.
JOHN J FULTON CO.
Honolulu Drug Co , Fort Street, are our
Bole local agent! Atk for Dl-Montlily
Bulletin of late rtcoverlta, it
RAT and ROACH Paste
1 A 200 box of Otearna Eloctrlo PiiBto will kill off all the rats and
mi co in a nousa in a Bingiu niiiii
Destroy Rats and Avoid Plagum
Doth local and national officials recommend Steams' Electric Paste at the
surest way ol destroying rats, the source and breeder ol the plague. Watch
lor the rats and seo that you have a box of Btearns' Electric Paste ready to
kill olf the first invader. 2 oz. box 25c; 16 oz. box SI. 00.
' ' laid bi dnitsliti and general ilorit ierrhtr or Met olrtct prepaid ea receipt el price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Buffalo, N. T., U. S. A.
" Put Money in thy
Sold by Grocers
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The best "ALL SOAP" in
THE LOVE LETTERS
OF GEORGE SAND AND
ALFRED DE MUSSET
The story of George Sand and Alfred de
Mussct is known in a vague way throughout the
world : but the details of the affair have long been
shrouded in mystery. They will now be given to
American readers through the letters of the two
principals, in the
The first,. Instalment, in the DECEMBER CHRISTMAS
issue, will be preceded by a brief introduction giving; the
essential facts of the lives of the two principals.
This Chriatmo.8 Istue will ako'contain
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