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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. lfl, 100S.
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Cholera Morbus and
"Over 9." cases In every hundred of
Mimmer 'complaints rould lio avoid
ed," sayB'nt leading specialist, "It cv-'
cry one was careful to keep hU sys
(cm toned up with Duffy's 1'ure Malt
Whiskey, It's tlio moit effective
germ destroyer known to tlio medi
cal profession." ,
13 an nlisolutcly pure distillation ot
mailed grnln; great care beliiB used
to have every kernel thoroughly
malted, thus destroying the germ
nnd producing a prcdlgpstccl liquid
food In tlio form ot a malt essence,
which Is tho most effectlvo tonic
fctlmulant and luvlgorntor known to
1 science;- softened by warmth nnd
moisture, Its paUtahlllty nnd free
dom from injurious substances ren
der It, mi that It can bo reclined by
tlu most sensitive stomach.
It cures nervousness, typhoid, ma
laria, every form of stomach trouble,
disease of the throat and lungs, and
nil run-down and weakened condi
tions of tho body, brain, nnd nerves.
It Is prescribed by doctors nnd is rec
ognized ns tho world's greatest fam
ily iiicdlclno everywhere.
(I)ose): One tcasloonful in each
glass of drinking water during tho
hot weather will kill sill germs.
If weak and run down, tnko n tea
spoonful four times 11 day In hnlt n
glass of milk or water,
Duffy's I'uro Miilt Whiskey Is told
throughout the world by druggists,
grocers nnd dealers, or shipped di
rect for $1.00 per bottle.
If In need of advice, write Consult
ing Physician, Duffy Malt Whiskey
Company, Rochester, New York, stal
ing your ciisn fully. Our doctors will
lend you tulvlco free, together with a
hmidtonio Illustrated, medical book
let containing somu of tho mnny
thousands of gratifying letters re
ceived from men and women In ill
walks of life, both old nnd young,
.jwhii havo been cured iftiil benefited
by tho use ot tho World's greatest
An artillery lieutenant In Krnguyc
vats, Scrvln, litis been sentenced to
twenty-ono days' Imprisonment for
comiwlllug n recruit In undergo tho
most cruel Indignity In Servian eyes.
This consisted In making him shave
Stanford faculty organizes club to
be known ns tho Forum,
From Raphael Weill
A most Interesting letter from Ita-1
phacl Weill has been sent me, a copy
ot Which' Is given b'eiow: I
Raphael Weill, Just back from a
six months' trip to 1'arls, nnd tho
central flguro yesterday at tho Ilo
heminn Club's Sunday breakfast
group, ot which lio has so long been a
piohilnclit member. Is' full of enthu
siasm and offers n Btisccstlon for tho
opening of the downtown retail quar
"While tho White House Is to oc
cupy its new home nt Sutter and
Grant avenue about March 1st," said
he, "I do not want tho occasion" to be
Individual. I hope wo may hnvc a
great collective move from Vnn Ness
nventto of mcrchnnts engaged in the
retail trade In many different lines.
Let us make It a State affair, arrange
with the railroads to bring people in
from all over California to sco San
Kranclsco back in her lino new stores
downtown, I am willing to hurry a
little, or to postpone the opening of
tho now Whlto Houso to accommo
date the mnjorlty. I want to see San
Francisco make a grcnt occasion ot
the re-cstabllshnient of tho retail dis
trict. For Instance, Shreve, Davls-
Fchonwnsser, O'Connor & Moffatt,
nnd nil tho rest might, combine to
mako the reopening nn event In San
Francisco's history. Let tho date bo
selected and agreed upon.
"When the White House enter's Its
new home It will bo greatly Increased
In size. I think tho number ot em
ployes will certainly be doubled. Wa
sIihII probnby have 1,000 positions to
III, and many new ones will bo aval
nblc. "I have a nephew, Just 21 years of
ngc, wlio Is to stay out of tho French
army next year especially to bo pres
ent nt tho opening of tho White
House. 1 want It to be nn event In
his life, because If he shows the ca
pacity I want him 601110 day to carry
on the business and perpetuate tho
name. 1 have no children; I havo
novcr been married.
"He will return to Franco nnd
i-orvo his two years In the army. That
Is every Frenchman's duty to the
country of his birth. After that 1
want my nephew to come hero -and
become a nnturnllzcd American.
"In France, every man's son must
sorve In tho nrniy, and even those
that hnvo attended tho' military acad
emy and qualified for a commission
must' go back and serve nt least ono
year In the ranks nnd live In bar
racks before they can command. Halt
tho officers in tho French nrmy' rise
from the ranks, but the ranks con
tain tho best blood in the Innd. Thnt
is why the French love their nrmy;
It Is a part of every family, rich or
poor, and the officers rise from tho
ranks by competitive examination.
"Just now Clcmenceau Is tho most
popular man In Franco. Hut he's
not desiring nor Is ho In lino for tho
Presidency. Frnnce wants n passlvo
man for President! no strenuous ma
like Roosevelt, France's President
n polite' figurehead with limited pow
er; he presides over n Cnlilnct that Is
In the hnuds of the Senate. The Cab
inet can bo ovcrthiown ntir ilnv bv n
vote of lnck of confidence, nnd then '
llt.hns to resign. J
I "I found, while In Kuropo, that the,
whole world, commercially, has been I
terribly affected by financial affairs
In the United States during tho past
year. The United Stntps Is really tho .
whole commercial center of the
world, Thoro Is no doubt ofHint. But,
whatever tho temporary 'financial flur
ries, tho United States has such ureal
natural rcsourco3 that her futiir.- Is
"Tho troublo In tho Il.ilkan nii.W. I
think, will. lio eventually Bolttfd by
t-onio compromise being made
"But ,lho grpit Rouble In ituropi
will bo tho commercial rivalry ho'wevn
Clerm'any nnd Great Britain t Kng
land's entente cordial toward Franco
has conio too Jntc. I think sho sees
that now to her sorrow. It ho' had
stepped In Just after tho Franco Pros-i-lan
wnr nnd forbidden tho dismem
berment of Franco to Germany Jer-
mnUV WOlllil hnvn lcnn tinwnr now mt,l
be less ot n menace o England's com I
mcrclal ambitions. I havo nn doubt
England has rued the day she let n
pari of Franco be cut oft' nnd given to
"Wo had our regular old Sunday
brenkrast this morning. At a round
table wcro Colonel Alex. S. Iituro,
Mayor Taylor, Lucius II. Footc. Da'. Id
Bii8'h,"ne'njamln R. Swnln and Hugh
Burke. After breakfast wp nil went
out and called on dear old Unoc
Oeorgo Bromley. "I'll send a carriage
next Sunday nnd have him li-nngl-1
down to the Ilohcmlnn Club to break
fast with thu old crowd. He'll bo l3
years old tho 14th of next April. Wo
had a Jolly call with him! Then wo
went to sco Reuben Lloyd, another
member of the old; gang. He's 72, nnd
his mind's ns clear as a hell. We had
a nlco visit with him too." '
Another auto accident whs"' this
morning added to. the rapidly Increas
ing number of such, whenFrank. Hu's
laco ran Into a Chinese on tho Mollllll
mad at the bend outstdo tho church.
It was raising nt thu tlmo, and Hus
luce had tho front of tho hood down,
which prevented him from seeing qultu
plainly what was nlicnd of him. How
ever, ho saw tho Chinese, but from his
rctlons ho thought thnt ho was going
to turn In one direction, whllo tho man
ct tho lusq minute turned right In front"
of Jho machluo, which was trying to
Htistace stopped Immediately ami
summoned tho police, waiting with his
victim until tho patrolyvngnn nrrlred.
Tho wounded man was takeu o. Iha
Queen's hospital, whero Ills Injuries
nro being attended to. Horccel ed a
cut on tho leg and some bruise's on ono
iir'm. but was able to sit up In tlic
wagon ns ho was being taken to tli
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nea office. The are the nw tel
Dhone numbara of the Bulletin office.
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: FOUNDER'S DAY
Honor Memory of
Tills Is Hit; Founder's Day com
memorated annually by the Kntncha
mcha Schools, nnd tho boys nnd girls,
In charge of their teachers, the
friends, trustees, nnd some ot tho
nlumnno and nlumnl, wcro conveyed
to (he mausoleum this morning In
tiolley cms, to decorate tho grave ot
their benefactress, the Into nil!, Mrs.
liernlce, I'aunhl lllsh'op. 'The ride
wns 'enlivened by the presence of tho
Hawaiian Band, 'which played Ha
waiian melodies, mdny of which wcro
composed by tho latc'nltls of Hnwnll
ncl. The streets wcro thronged with
people to witness the passing of tho
Arriving at the mausoleum, tho
band rendered solemn tunes, while
tho boys marched Into, the grounds,
followed by the girls and the prepar
atory students. Preceding tho decor
ntlon of the grave, musical and liter
ary exercises wcro held. They were
appropriate nnd well performed. Tin.
exercises ended with the singing ot
n selection entitled VPauahl, ke
aiii." 'ivii WH
Owing to tho Inclemency of (he
weather, there will bo no athletic
nports this nftcrnoon on tho school
grounds. In the evening n Hawaiian
lunu wilt be given in the dining-room
of the Mnnual School. It Is strictly
by Invitation. ' "'
CHRISTMAS PANCY WORK.
Miss Knto V. Woodnrd, well knoun
dan & Co. has 0cned n storo ut Mil
Fort street, at McGulro's floral shop
where sho will be pleased to see hei
ojd friends and mnkonew 'me. Hu"
itock ot art goods Is well assorted,
hand embroidered and hand-painted
sofa pillows, embroidered shht waists
undorwear, gloves, silk petticoats, hos
lery, etc. Shu. makes 'a 'specialty of
stamping nnd takes orders tor all
kinds of fancy hand work.
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Tho Mnuna Kca reports very rough
weather oil the ,vindwu(d coaui in iu-
Island of Hawaii. Ucvt,'il vessels 01
tho lntvr-Islnnd company-are tied up
owing to their Inuljlllty'.U) fllsclnto o.
tnko on board cargo. Tho Btrong winds
hnvc tossed up tho sea and. In conso
quenco, tho wuvos nro miming to higii
thnt It Is impossible to convoy uny
thing between ship ami shore.
Tho last trip of tho Manna Kea wan
very comfortable. The big vest-el was
bothered but little by tho heavy seas,
nnd tho excellent harbor facilities at
llllo made It possible to dlschsrgu nil
cargo there with perfect convenience.
All business; with tho windward port
of Hawaii had to be suspended, how-over.
Inter-Inland nnd O. It. & L. shipping
books' for sale at the Bulletin
office, 60 each. "
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HIS MAWR'a voice
Chf istmas Gifts
NOTHING gives more lasting pleasure than
music; nothing is more appropriate for Christ
mas Gifts. Pianos, Pianolas, PianolavPianos,
Pianola Records, Musical Instruments of all .kinds,
Sheet Music, Victor Talking Machines, fromy$10
to $500. Victor Records, Piano Stools lind
Benches. We would be pleased to have you call
and try our Music and Musical' Instruments.
' --..?.,: :,
Bergstrom Music Co.,
Fort Street, just above King
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dollclou. Nutritious
', r IS CCCO ft r.. '
..w ,7 'H'tr
n,llrTtl v s. nttnt on
Ilrcakfas Cocoa, 1-2 lb, tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Site by Lrndlnff Oioccri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co.. Ltd.
DORCHUSTER, MASS, V. S. A.
SO HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Below we publish the
Complete List in the
SEEKS JEDIGAL AID
On I.'on nl the Nippon Mam la Itev.
V. S, Amcut, tlio inlBtlcin5ry who re
rvlvod considerably ptilillctty at the
tlmo of tlio tloxor uprltlii!; In China
nwliiK to liavln hofn nrrentcd by tho
(icrinmis on 11 charge of lootliiK, though
ho wnR Inter f omul kiiIIIIohk. lie Is on
hl way In Now York City to imrtersr
p rourso of'nioillcal tivatment.
Dr. Anient Is In a nerlous comltllon
nnd was unconscious dnrlim a cotipld
urahlo part of tho Journey from Yokn
haind hero. Soiho. tlmo uso ho wa
thrown from n liorne. The InJiirieH re
ceived in JI10 accident, coupled with
conipHcatlons. havo made It Impern
tlvo that ho ro whero lin cm receive
thu hert medical attention.
NIPPON MARU LATE
IN REACHING PORT
It wai "onflVi '" o'clock before tho
Nippon Maru reached her berth at
Ilurkfeld'H wharf last ulflit. Heavy
head winds and choppy nt;li tumlo her
proKrecs exceudlimly Blow, tho last two
days of her Journey, every inllu of the
way being gained only by dauntless
battlm; with thu elements.
Tho NlpKi'i, this' trip, Is command
eil by Captain A, fl. Htnvens, ono of
tho youngest commanders In thu ser
vice of tho company. At ono tlm? In;
wcteil orf commander of the llin;'itotii(
Maru, durliiB the absence of tho reg
ular skipper on leave, Tho .Nippon
brought, a largo quantity of cement
Ironi tho Orient, flit .tlltclnrglng of
which proved a illlllcult and wcaiy
task this morning.
MORE ARRESTS FOR
United States District Attorne)
Ilrrckous yesterday caused tho arroi-t
of Kitwano ami wife, charging them
with Importing women to these Islands
for tho puipotu of prostitution. This Is
11 development from tho Isoi cises, In
which thu famous brothel-kepeer mid
hls.wlfo were fdiued under arrest on
four counts of tho same cliargevThi)ro
are more developments expected with
in tho next few diys of thesu cises
and It Is -expected (hat ltreckoas will
nwuar out warrsuts for tle nrrest of
Mivvrul moro pcopto connected with
tho Importation of women.
MAUI KIIIDEROARTEN SALE
J. . II
1, 'ft '
(Special to thu II 11 lio tin)
WAII.l'Kl', Jlnul, Dec. 18, The
concert and salo-of fancy articles ut
the Klndorgartun, W'nlluku, Inst Sat
tirduy evening was ipilto 'largely at
tended, nnd thoso In charge of the
off nlr were sattslled with the result,
especially tlio financial jiart of It. Tho
various booths realized nearly $2.0,
which amount will go toward tho
fund for tho benefit of tho settlement
UP TO THURSDAY EVE
This leaves something like
NOT ACCOUNTED FOR.
Do not give up hope. Get your friends
to Shop at
Whitney & Marsh's
and then give you their Coupons
Lilio Kawanahnkoa 2810
Mnrjorfr Guild 2014
Betty Stecre 1200
Elsie Auld 083
Enaa Tarleton 410
Beatrice Lucas - 337
Linda Arendt ....... 335
Katherine Bcnncr '...', .,,. ..... 170
Kulumanu McWayne ......;.....'.. 141
Hulda .Guild 1.. 137
Thelma Olds .;, 85
Thelma Murphy ". , 71
Marjorie Sammons . .' . , 56
Edna Walden ;, 52
Ethel Fernandez .- 41
Alice Bailey 31
Esme Damon 27
Mamie Baker 15
WE WILL PUBLISH ih-s RESULTS DAILY From Now On.
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
Tho four-niasted cointlng bargo In
uopendent lies sunk near Hog Island
off tho Virginia c-ip?s, Tho crow of
tho Imrgo Is imported lost.
Our Women's Rejjals have that inddtnatle grace and
feminine character so bought after by women of refinement
REGAL SHOES whether for Men or Wo.
men are all of the hUhest REGAL quality. The REGAL
Shce for $3.50 and $4.00 is fnmous'all over the world.
A handsome, sensible Rift for Christmas is a present of
one of our Christmas Shoe Certificates. Try it.
Buildinsf Site at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
'.WAITY BLDQ. 74 S, KING ST.
Easy, ,comfortablc slippers
for the home- They make very
sensible and acceptable gifts.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
MeCANDLESS BUILDING, KING nnd BETHEL STREETS
Clurcnco Knight wjio drew the Lively bcsslon ot Congrebs is foro
will of Chnrles T. V-rkes, Is In New shndowed by probnblo Inqulrlos Into
Voik, trying to piwtpono tho sale of l'resldent's hunting trip and Innam:i
the Verkes boino In foreclosure pro-.Cimnl nfTnlrs. '
teedlni's. He says tho art ralUctloiij Thomas II. Wllllsna 13 v,IlllnK tii'UB
us not lucliidnj In 'he mortGiige and fvhiio whole of former Mayor Schmlti'
,Nw York will But It.
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