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GETS NO MEAT 80 Unmo
EVER READY BOTTLE HE GOES TO COURT
A kr:n pleasure
and a ircst com
A wonderful eonv ;nice for the mother with a nursing
child. Warm milk at all hours of day or night.
It differs from other bottles in that it has a PATENT
SPRING CORK which stays in place and absolutely guards
against spilling of contents, no matter in what pc-ition ths
bottle is carried.
It has a drinking cup with a smooth, polished surface
both inside and outside; has no unsanitary screw threads,
nnd can be kept scrupulously clean, and the drinking cup
serves also as a cap for the bottle.
Ve have the bottles in the quart and pint sizes and
the cases for one or two bottles.
The EVER-READY CARRYING CASE is Strong and
Before buying an kind of a bottle be sure and exam
ine the EVER READY.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Ah Hoy Setks Balm For!
beeves He Say?,
chll nt'lliin luvulvtiiK $."iiiiin ii.nn
nc,e- wim hcRtiii bofort' .Indue lli IIlt
llilH nidi nine The nillnri win
hi might h. Ah Hoy hr.iIiibI t)r I II.
llnytunnd Tor alleged failure li mip
lily ratt'e lo tin- Mini I Me it Market.
Attorney A (! Jl Knhoitfmi up
pearcd mi lich.-'lf of Dr. Il'iyniiinil ami
Ah Hoy v.'.ih icp cculcd hv I' .
Mllverlnn The i.ihc wiih foi tn.ttly
opened nml Ah Hoy was pill on the
wltncsi-Mnnil TliN afternoon the
.matter will h" continued
CASTRO AFTER HIM
'MAN RUNS AMUCK
Joseph llnhr. who clnlniH lo lie n
Knldlcr fiom l.cllclmn, inn amuck
lulu l.iut evcnliiK Ho midilenly ap
peared near tho YnutiR Hotel mined
with u InrRe knife, with which he
thrcnlcneil foiiic men nt the RninKc.
A crippled Intl. who lit employed nt
the RnriiRP. wim loiiKhly hnmllpil.
I loll I' then vlxltpil Lewis' unrnKc,
Jiitt iiciohh (lie Htict't, nml, tnt'KlliiR
Jerry llooncy, wiih promptly knot-lied
down The i-olillrr then m.ide for
tho linck-Kliind on the corner of King
nml Tort KlieelH, nml lht poller were
Kiiinninnrd. Ah kooii iih llohr kiiw the
ollleern approm-hliiR. lit- took on IiIk
ront nnd, dritwIiiR IiIk l.nlfc, prepmed
It took three policemen to rnptnic
Itohr nnd he put up n ten Me buttle.
lie tlld not appear to he under the In
llncnce of liquor, hut lifted more like
n jirrwin denuded.
At the ptdlee Htiitlon the prisoner
wiih verv violent end It took tlnco
omrerd to hold him. At fli'Kt lie re
fused to cle hit mime, hut Inter
slated Hint It w.i Jirxpph Itohr, nnd
Hint he wiih firi'n l.ellohtiii. Ills ease
wim remanded till tononow.
IliimoiH of the wheienhoutH of llnr
iIh, the nocio who efiiped froni the
I'iiIIcb (Vnirl Inekup. me flyln"?
niotiud the elM One mini Ik po'ltlve
that he 8.iw the exeipeil Jn the Win
;lnn hhifli on Tueidin nlRlit. wlula
iiliiither It 'oiilldent th'it 1'ie ueRio
wnn In tho 0. It. A I.. Co. jmd on
Iho snnie evenliiK. A Renttcninn who
w:im rtiinilliiK on the depot platform
Ktntes Him lie naw n neirro whom ha
took lo he Harris, wnlkliiR aloiiR he
tween the rails ThlnkliiR Hint tho
d.irkev prolialil) wim out on hall. Hie
limn look no nrtlou.
It In rIhii raid (lint a woman with
whom llnrrlH Is very friendly took
the train down the touuty at 1
o'clock TticHdny nfterniHin. Two pnr
ties of liollre are now out In the l.el
lehna tllstrUt mid It Ih thoiiRht tho
tieRro will lie captured tonlRht.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Henolnlii I ii'lRf No. i!Hi, It. . ().
Klkn. will hold their nnnii.il eleellun
of officer linnorrow menln. All
ineinherH nro letpiKled to he prenent
Recorded March 16, 1000.
I William II I'nttio nml wf to Mary (5
,dt' Corte; I): lot In lot ID. hlk 111. Kill-
main iraci, iionoiiiiu, i,i. n ,;ii, p
141. Dated Jlnr 5 1!1D!.
William O Sm I Hi tr to W M Min
ion; I'ar Itel: Hit In lot 9. hlk II.
Mlnton tract. Honolulu: $100. It ;IHC,
p'llfi. Dated l'eh 1. 100!).
Trent Trust Co lyd til Henry W'u
terliotiKo TruM Co Ltd tr; A M; tutR
M C Moytl on porn It l 1108, Ap .1
nml ixir An . It P W1. School St.
lllontfliilii: $200 nnd ndv to J1000.
' II rtOfi, n :7. Dated Mar Hi. 1H09.
I Slnry C l.lojil lo Trent TriiHt C"
il.lil: ltev I' A, powerH tinted Mny 1,
ions, in ii :ini. p ir7. it :m, p
lr.-i. Dated .Mar lfi, I90!l.
i Mnry C Moytl to Henry Water
I house Trust Co Mil: P A: special
powers. II S'.'l, p 1m,1. Dated Mar
Tour Chun Datt to Yuen Ah Kill;
Itel; lut In Icuseliold. IiIiIrh. ami nitlsn
etc. In store, Wulkele, Hwn, Onhu; ,
U'.'00. :ior, ,p 98. Dated Ular I
LEAVES FOR MIDWAY
Wife Of Cable Sup't Will
Be Only Woman
The e.ihleihlp Flam erne Ward,
Captain 1111. tarteil Hilt mortiliiR
iil to o'clock from the foot of Port
l eel for Mlilwn) Irlnml When only
In fev feet rroin the wlinrf, the hli
stopped and entne buck iiriiIii to her
tiIof't, much lo iho rurprltc or the
vl.,ltliiR crowd Ah the ship was back
Iiir. Cnptnln I'lllR shouted to Mr.
(Inliict of Ihe enhlij oflleo that the
took wiih missing.
"You made u quick trip, nil ilphl,"
shouted buck (till tics. Captain Pill
snld he could not Ret nlnns without
tho cook. Just then he blew tho
whistle nnd the Japanese cook, who
was KtitiltliiR leisurely down the
stiecl. hurried iiIoiir with u pnrknRo
of root beer nml vegetables under IiIk
Ah soon iih he boarded the schooner.
Captain I'lttz once morn ltcmlcd for
tho open sen anil .Midway Island.
Amour the pnsseiiRcrH who went
nlotiR wcic Mr, anil Mih. Morilsou,
Air. Yoiiltl, Dr. Hawkins, who reecnl
ly arrived In the Alameda, nml Mr.
Tinker. Mr. Morrison rocs to tako
Supt. Collcy'H place. Colley will he
ttntloncd In Honolulu. The tlep-irl-
ure of tho schooner wiih witnessed
by ii latRe crowd.
Captain Oleum, who Rallied fnnio
by not heliiR able to Unit l.ajsan Isl
and, went iiIoiir as second inate.i II.
Ileese iih llrt ninle. Tho tilp tlown
will tnkc about twelve days.
Mrs. Morrison will ho the only
woman on Midway Island.
iV i',' '.' )'.' '.i ft it it it it it it it it it it
Ah Kill to Yin l'oy: CM; hit In
leasehold, IiIiIrh, etc, Wnlkclc, IJwn,
Oalut; SISHO. II SOD, p 99. Dated
Mnr , 1909.
C llosse by nlty to J M Perry; A
M; mtR Hllen DwIrIU on It P nr,90.
Kul 1101S. Muklkl Ht, Honolulu, J,-000.-
II nor,, p 301. Dntetl Mnr 13,
Delia V Wuyson and hsb (J T) to
first Am Sas & Trust Co of Hawaii
Mil; M; Or 28 nnd I7CI sq ft land.
dilRK, etc, llVretnnln Ave; lots I' nnd
Whitney & Marsh
Wc have just received
New Shirt Waists
These arc the second consignment of the
Styles; Dainty and In.xpcnsive; $1.60 to $5.00.
COLORED EMBROIDERIES Edges and Insertions
to match, in pink, bhc, red, and black; 12Vic to 30c yd.
CHILD'S FANCY SOCKS Colored
Checks; all sizes, 30c.
Many Novelties in WASH GOODS.
PRESIDENT GOME? OF VENEZUELA
Who Took Charge of the Government bv Revolution While Castro Was in
Europe, and Arainst Whom Castro Will Now Start a
J; New Revolution
, Go To Battle
Qo to War
Tacitus, the Roman historian, writing of the Batavtans,
said: "Others go to battle; these people go to war."
With this persistent people, a battle was merely a
part of the war, of th? campaign, no matter whether it
were won or lost.
In modern busineii life the same idea prevails. With
the merchant who is dsstined to win, advertising is a CAM
PAIGN Not a mcr J splurge. A big B U L L E T I N ad.
is merely a PART OF that campaign not a thing upon
which success or failure wholly rest.
In a war, a great many big battles are apt to be
fought some of them rostly, some disastrous but all inev
itable, as a part of a w'nning campaign.
In advertising a good many big ads. must be used.
Some of them may see"n too expensive some almost a loss
But all are a part of nnv winninrr campaien in busi
ness all are incidental to the success of the campaign. And
when a business campaign succeeds as every persistent and
I wise one will the COST will seem very small, indeed!
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THREE DELEGATES FROM THE UNITED STATES TO SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS HELD IN SANTIAGO.
The I'nn-Amerlcnn Sclentllle Congress, which InThl Us session In SiiiitlaKo, Chile. Dec 2i liriiulit to.
Kfthcr 11 remaiknhlo nrray of the world's Hcleutlllc men. AiiionK thn deleRiitcH iiippolntt'd by Hecietnn Hoot
In reprt'siiit the United States were' W. II. Holmes, chief of tho Ilurenit of KthnoloRy, Sinlthsonlun In
stitution; Colonel William (.'. UorRiis, United .Stales Army, Chief Sanitary O dicer of the Isthmian Cnnal
Commission; .Professors llcrniird Moses, University of California ; William lionjamln Smith, Tulano I'm
verslty of I.oulBlana; Paul S, telcsch, University of Wisconsin; I,. S. Itowe, University of Pennsjlvnnln;
William It. Shepherd, University of Columbia; Archibald C. CooIIiIkc, Harvard University; nml Hiram
llliiflluim, Vale Uulvcisily.)
(I, 20,000 sq ft land, IiIiIrh, etc, Dom
Inls St; all Honolulu; $10,000. II
.10fi,-t1301. Dated Mar 16, 1909.
Maria K Pnhau (widow) to Wil
liam II Castlo tr: D; 1-3 Int In Kst
known as tho Pnhau homestead, Ka
wnlnhno, Honolulu; tlb. II 311, i
I IB. Dated Keli 27, 1909.
I'lrst think of Illlo Mil to Joao
Vlclra and wf; Itel; pc land, Wnln-
nueniic St, Illlo; J'jr.OO. II 30li, i
29fi. Dated Mnr 12, 1909.
Hnnkn K Kaaua nml wf to Daniel
Kenwchnwall and wf; D; "i0-100 aero
land and IiIiIrh, Kealla 2, S Komi, Ha
waii; S200. II 311, p 410. Dated
Kch 20, 1909.
Hnwn Anrctl Co to TntHiiro; Con
trnct; to furnish 09 20-100 ncrci
land for enno plnntltiR, Pnlinln, K.111,
Hawaii; $1. II 321, p inn. Haled
Mnr C, 1909.
Ilawn ARrell Co to Iserl; Con
tract; to furnish S! 00-lflt) ucrcH
hind for nine plnutliiR, Pnhntn, Kail,
Hawaii. II 321, llll. Dated Mnr
Hnwn Ari-cH Co lo Iscrl; Conlnitt;
lo furnish Kli 90-100 acres land for
cane plnntltiR, Pnhntn, Kail, Hawaii.
I) 321, p ICG. Dated Mm 0. 1909.
No More Tire Trouble K You Use
Standard Tire Protectors
They take all the hard knocks, stone or glass outs and
bruises that a tire tread is constantly subjeot to, and pro
serve the tire in its original strength, thus eliminating tho
danger of the blow-out, the "bug-bear" to thc"automobilist.
When once in plv.e it positively eannot orcep or come
off. It adds to the res liency of the tire. It actually saves
more than half the tire exnense.
A number of sets of these protectors1' arc in constant
use here, and are giving entire satisfaction.
JlnndnrH Tlr Vrol9ttrt save you
Tlmn Rjrrtmfm .lflnu
CII otftni for Ulett bookt.t, which fullr nclalna
.... .., .wui ouinaara lire I roicctori.
HUSTACE-PECK Ca, Ltd.
63 Queen Street Honolulu
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Up To Date
The Best Place in Honolulu to have
your Clothes made Is our Tailoring De
partment. Mr. SWAHN, late cutter for S. Roth,
is in charge, and his skilful cutting is
supported by expert Garment Makers.
Dress Suits, Tuxedos, Frock Coats turned
out equal to the best Mainland merchant
An Elegant Assortment of EN0L1SH SUITINGS, ONE
SUIT LENGTH ONLY OF A PATTERN.
OUR WORK IS PERFECTION; PRICES ARE RE AS
0NABLE. L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.