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BIG REDUCTION SALE
N MONDAY MORNING, August
23rd, we shall begin a
SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE. All
TRIMMED HATS will be sold at
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS - none
reserved. This is to make room
for our FALL MILLINERY line
now on the way.
Special Attention given to
PRINTING and DEVELOPING at
A GREAT MYSTIC
Dr. Frederic Bell, One of the Great
est Apostles of Occultism, in
Honolulu, Lectures at Hawaiian
llellovers In things occult, wlio
linvo been looking forward to the
,rrlval of lr. Kicdoilc Hell, who I
famous the world over ns one of tho
greatest leaders tho followois of the
mystic sciences have had In years,
nro congratulating themselves that
ho Is hero tit hist.
Dr. Hell, who Is on his way from
India anil Kgypt on n trip to Aus
tralia,, Is In many respects one ot
tho most rcnuirkablo men over seen
Sale Lasts Only a Few Days
Cor. Fort and Beretania
Dr. Hell will lecture nt the Huwa
linn Hotel on tho various phases of
occult sciences and phenomena, and
as ho Is said to havo but few equals
as nn orator, of unusual brilliancy I
his nudlonco will probably bo limit-'
ed only by tho capacity of tho hotel I ,
lannl. J '
At the llnwnllnn Hotel, where tho ,,
doctor Is staying, ho has made a .
strong iniprcsMuii, una nc uniiy ic
cclVes calls from n great number ot
pcoplo who nro anxious to be taught
all the fundamental pilnclples of his
H. De Young-, the Chronicle Pro
prietor, Is Quest of Newspapir
Men of Honolulu Enjoys Mys-,
terious Japanese Dishes.
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
1 84 Hotel St. Phone 1110
DR. FRLDERIC BELL.
In Honolulu, Of nn unusually pow
erful personality, tho strength and
character shown In bis face and
bcnilng cause ono to Instinctively
turn on tho street for u second look
nt tho man who Is credited with the
mysterious power which makes it
possible tor him to do ami receive
tho wonderful things which to tile
average pernm aio so far hejond
Tho career of Dr. Itcll has been
u strangu and eventful ono, and In
India, wheiu bo spent ninny eius,
he Is looked up to and legnided by
tbo followers of occultism as an
adept of surpuKHlng power, whoso de
velopment along the lines laid down
biindieds of yeais ago Is ho great
that ho has that within, him which
enables him to commiinlcnto with
tho Milrlts .of tho departed, or to
rend anil receive messages from
those who are ullvo today, even It
they nro on thn opposlto sldo of tho
earth fioiu 'him.
It Is tbo doctor's Intention to
upend about three months In Hono
lulu, during which time he proposes
teaching pcoplo to lend tbo higher
'life which becomes the means ot
enabling them to rccelvo and de
ller spiritual communications, henl
their physical Inflimltlcs and, In
short, to become great nnd powerful
in nil that goes to mako tho gen
uine nnd highly developed mystic.
EMORY HARRIS IS
BACK IN JAIL ;
Kniory 'Iliirrlsi tho negro who shot
and wounded IM l'aiker, a coun
tryman ot Ills some month ago, and
who was given n chance to leave tbu
country, nrihcd back In town on tho
8. 8. 1'lehulcs.
Harris wioto to Chief l.oal a few
weeks ngo and told him that ho was
ilolnc well on the ion.st, and had
only one thing to wnrrj him and that
was tlio fact that ho wanted his mar
I.cal heard that Harris bad returned
to Honolulu, nnd. at once went on n
hunt for tho negro. I.atc on .Saturday
nlgbt Harris was seen to bo.itd n
Knllhl car, nnd as lie tiausfcrrcd to
mother line Leal pounced upon him.
Harris is alleged to hao made bis
usual motion toward bin "razor" pock
et, but thu Chief quickly stopK-d that
game, and conveyed his prisoner to
the police station.
Harris nail noililug mmli to say on
tetng arrested, hut It Is surmised that
bo letiirncd to Hawaii so as to Inter
view bis wife on Mime matter. The
negro is confluj'd In a cell at (ho po
lice court, as It is tint thought safu to
allow him tbo tin of the .inl, IWj hav
ing, oil two occasions befcuo escaped
CASTOR I A
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bougut
Ycstcrdny afternoon, and as n final
"send-off befoie he' left on tho Man-,
cliurln for thu coast, M, II. de Young
of tho San FtnnclBcn Chronicle was
given a Mlkadocsquo luncheon nt tho
Mnchlziikt Club by the Honolulu news-
Hosts nnd guests wcro dressed In
kimonos and sandals and looked Ilka
an escaped chorus fioiu tho Mayor of
Tnklu, an. I when dinner was Bervod
on regulation Japanese tables, thu
fiasters sitting crossleggcd on cush
ions ami eating with chop-sticks, there
was jet nioio cause for merriment.
Representatives of tho staffs of tho
Advertiser, Star, nnd II u 1 1 o 1 1 ti wcro
present and Mr. Sheliu of tho Hawaii
Shlnpo, sitting, comfortably nlongsldu
Mr, do Young showed him how to take
caro of his knees nnd hold tbo chop
sticks in n manner conducive to expert
usago of them.
Tho hosts were: Of tho Adver
tiser: Mnnager-Kdltor Walter (5.
Smith, Night Kill tor Chun bill liar-vey-lJIdcr,
A. 1'. Taylor, J. K, Dons
ham anil K. T. Irwin. Of the Star:
Managing IMItor George Hcnslinll,
City Keillor Daniel Logan,- II. M.
Aycrs and I.. 8. Connessj W. SI.
I.angton of the I'nrndlsc of the I'a
clfle; 8. Sheha, editor of tho Hawaii
Shlnpo; It. O. Mutheson, fonncrly ot
the Advertiser staff, now chief clerk
In tlo executive department, nnd
members of the livening II n 1 -I
o tl n stnff.
Uva "There Is closed season for
dear In many of the states. Isn't
Jack- "Yes, hut (hero Is no closed
scnton for the dears nt tho summer
"P"' hii" e.lrrt at Bull.tln.
A truly eloquent parson had been
preaching for nn hour or so on the
Immortality of tho soul.
"I looked nt tbo mountains," he
declared, "and could not help think
ing, 'lltnutlful us jou are, you will
be destroyed, while my soul will
not.' I gn7cd upon the ocenu and
cried, 'Mighty as you nre, you will
eventually dry up, but not I.' " Ev-
Mrs. Pcckcin "This paper says
that 'Joy rides' nre nil the rngo In,
tho east. What in th cworld is it
I'cckem "It must ho tho kind n
man led man takes when- lie travels
alone nnd rides In tho smoking car.'
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290
p.,it,i.. t',iitnrii Vnnm Phnnn 18b
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Plone 22 and 92
Lydia E. Pinklmm's Vegeta
ble Compound Cured Her.
Wllllmnntlc, Com.. ''For flv years
I suffered untold agony from female
troubles, causing backache, Irftgiilari.
tic, dizzlnc39 ami nervous prostra
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WMk&$& wU,1.0.,lt B,opI'1"?
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tried threo differ,
cut doctors and
each told me some
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lug would restore
nivhcnltb. 1 be-can
taking Lydia K. Ilnklinm's Avertable
Coniiouud to see what it would do.
nnd I am restored to my natural
health." Mrs. Etta Donuvajt, Box
2UO, Willlmantlc, Conn.
Tho success of Lydia L rinkham'j
Veputablo Comiiound, undo f i om roots
and herbs, Is unparalleled. It may bo
used with perfect confidence by women
who suffer lrom displacements, Intlam.
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suffering women owo it to themselves
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I'roof Is abundant that It has cured
thousands of others, and w hy should it
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HEAD OF WOMEN'S COUNCIL
WHICH MET IN SEATTLE.
lxW. ' '"K '.
JUL i ' : VK'Al
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'WafwHY vooD ur?T"'rirJ"i
Mrs. Mary Wood Swift, or Uerko
ley, Cal presided nt tho meeting of
I lie National Council of Women ot
the United States, which began nt
."eattln on July 13. The Counters of
Aheidecn and many other notable
women wcro In attendance. Among
the subjects which were discussed
wcro "Modern Methods of Child
Saving,'; "Kiiual Standard of Mor
als," "Political Humility," "Divorce
Ilcform," "Laws Concerning Domes
tie Itolatlons" nnd "Tho Legal Stat
us of Women nnd Children."
THC DEMORALIZER AGAIN
"Vlrtuo him Its own inward," quoted
"Possibly," lejolncd tbo demoralizer.
"but It's tho lough turkey that lUob
Ihu longest. '
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2 B. R. House and Lot, Nuu-
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2 B. R, House and Lot, Auwai
2 B, R, House and Lot, Kana-
3- B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc.
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalama 12
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74 S. Kinu St.
At llaleiwa next Saturday
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The King James standard
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version of 1881, and the new
American revised vcrsiou all
in cood bindings.
Complete assortment of
prayer books. ,
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