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NOW ON AT BLQM'S IS THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF THE YEAR
All Lines carried in sjpck are being sold at TREMENDOUS REDUC
TIONS IN PRICE. - SALE MUST END THE STOCK.
Materials for Dresses, Jlaterials for ti Household, Laces, Trimmings,
Embroideries, and MadeUp Garments all go at Great Bargains,
BLOM, the Bargain Maker
Opp. Catholic Church
Oceanic Stated Second De
fjrec. Lcahl Chapter No. 2 Special
Alaia Temple Regular.
All visiting members of the
urdor are cordially Invited to
Jtteucl meetings of local lodges.
THIS GLAND MAY PUT '
ANTI-TOXIN ON SHELF.
BAJIMUHY LUDUE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
, Meets over)
r:3( in 1 0 O
Monday evening t
F Hall, Tort Btrart.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
e D W1CKE, N. 0.
u . Mtur brotiibr very cordially
Has Hj Effect, German Scientist
Timh, Once Blood Picssurc
DI3RL1N. August"".' iii kiow-
Wppldl fflfptirlflP '"K pii'Judlco In America, as In Eng-
iieetuy ixuenuui . . 0erman.. ,,., ,,..,..
therla antitoxin on account of tho
number of chlldicn who die niter it
Is nilmlnlilerctl, o uri when tho
dlpththorin Itself lias liven apparent
1) overcome, lias led Prof. Fltz
Meyer to mal.t an exhaustive Inves
tigation of the subject.
Aa Ik well Known, the Unmodlato
J cniibo of death In dliiththcrla Id ,
ho.ii t r.illuro In tho vast majority of
rases. Whether this Is due to trim
mvocirltls or Intlamm.itlon of tho
muscular Bubstanrc of tho heart, or.
on tho contrary, to nn Injury to tho
nervous mechanism of the heart, has
neer been certainly known to mcdl
ral men. They have been In doubt,
too, as to tho curative effect of the
untltoxln once tho lowering of the
blood pressuro through heart trou
ble has made Us appearance.
Hut on oilo point there is no con
troversy, namely, that many chil
dren dl In from tun days to a
month nfter tho use of the antitoxin,
mainly from n hind of paralysis
ending in sudden heart failure.
Many parents and not n few1 phjsj
dans have thus been led to Buspcct,
tnat the antitoxin Itself has n ten
dency to poison tho patient by para
Ijzlng tho heart. It was to deter
mine this Important question l'rof.
Jlojcr undertook his experiments.
Experimented on Babbits.
Tho Investigator used n large
number of rnbblts in Ills experi
ments, and studied carefully tho ef
fect of diphtheria toxin 'and anti
toxin given In various doses, at
various tlmej, by Injection Into the
clns in home enses and under tho
skin In tho ordlnury way In other
cases. Ily creating tho diphtheria
by giving fatal doses of the toxin at
different periods utter tho antitoxin
ho found, (list, ho savs, that anti
toxin, If administered early In suffi
cient doses absolutely picvents tho
cardiac or heart Bymptoms Indica
tive of tho fall iu blood pressure;
t-cennri, that tho antitoxin, when
given liter, but beforo tho actual
fall In blood pressure, delnvs Its op
pearnnco; third, that t'ho antitoxin
when given after tho fall In blood
pressuio Is without effect In staying
or pioventing, or curing, tho fatal
l'rof. Meyer found, by dissecting
tho rabbits, that tho toxin or dlph
tlieila produced tiuo mvocnrdltls In
f i oni six to eight dajs. Very largo
dosts of tho toxin killed the animals
i before tho myocarditis appeared, and
,my small doses pioduced no effect.
(The heart Bvinptnms doveloped nlso
B.nmrnrirarar . .', n when only small doses of antl- toxin
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. It. It. , wcro se(li The heftrt clmngpa wcre
Meota everv first ami third Thurs-. found in cases in which tho annuls
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Dig Nickel Scratch Pad for als
at tho D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office for five cents,
It one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred theets of good paper. 81 for a
: lay o- i
'lUUi. No. 1, E. Of P.
i arm and third Frl
i. 7 30 la K. of P. Hull,
i ud Ucretanla, Visiting
i la iy Invited to attend.
T I. NUGENT, C. C.
It UO.SL.ING. K. It. S.
HONOLULl LODGE 610, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C1C, D. P. O.
Elks, mcetu In their hall, on King
Btreot, near 1'oit, every Friday even
ing. Vlbltlna Urothers are conllally
Invited to attend.
E. A. BOOTIHTT, B. H.
i II. 0. HAS I ON, Scc'y.
Wm. Id'KINLEY LODGE No.B, BLofP.
, Meets every iud and ttb Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock in 1C. ot 1'.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Vlelt
Idk brothers cordtully Invited to at
tend. F. M. McQREW, C. 0.
K. A. JACODSEN, K. R. 8.
I0N0LULU AEHIS 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKD
KKSVXY evciilnr." l each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
il retanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Bagle are invited to ('
W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H, T. MOOUB. Seey.
niom's clearance sale Is now on.
St. Louts Collega will reopen on Sep
tember 7th. '
Get your hat cleaned at the Leading
Hat Cleaner, 11B4 Fort etrout.
Tho apical to tho Circuit Court has
been withdrawn In tho case of tho
'lorrltory against K. Kajltna.
Mrs. Kivenburgh Is preparod to In
struct a faw pupils In planoforto at
their home. Address Royal Hawaiian
An amended motion to dlssolvo the
prcllmlnaiy Injunction has been filed
In tho cabo of tho Kona Development
Company against M. F. Scott ct ill.
Dr. M. E. Orosrnrm is planning for
nn extended tour of II eo months' du
ration. Pr. GrOKgmnn vylll ieao for
tho mainland tho latter piit of the
month and will bo accompanied by his
wlfo and child. Tho greater portion
of the three mouths' visit will be spent
in Chicago, Mrs. Grossman's former
Illlig up Levy's Tor groceries. Phono
Henry May & Co. will bo closed all
day Monday, September C, Labor al)y.
II. T. Ehlers & Co. will be open till
G p, m. Saturday afternoons, beginning
Henry May & Co. received a frcoh
shipment of Puritan Creamery nutter
by the Alameda this morning. Phono
Storo pianos, furniture anil, other
articles In tho storerooms of Union
Pacific Transfer Co, Ltd., vvhero they
will bo tufo mid freo fiom bugH. Low
est rntcs for unfa storago in tho city.
Packlnir and sblniilnir. Phonn f.R.
Aro ou getting jour full share of
business? Try n little stimulant In
tho shapo of newspaper advertising
and sco how business will wake, up,
Tho Chas. R. Frazler Company places
advertising In tho leading newspapers.
0. R. &L. WINS.
Jays of eict' month ut Knights of
, J'ythi.is Hull. Visiting brothers cor
i.illally invited to attend.
L. A. I'EuUY, Siohcm.
13. V. TODD, C. of R
died at tho end ol n week, nnd also
In rabbits which survived a month
nnd wcro then killed by tho cxpcrl-Imcntcr.
l What It Will Do.
Ho e.ivs tho antitoxin
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Special! in nickle. silver
irand Rold pla!ed .cr!c.
KING, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
iEvcrythintr abaoiuicly new and
ifrtsh front Hie Ooasi.
IWAVERIXY BLK. HOTEL ST.
will prevent parulvsls or heart fall
uro during or after the courso of
diphtheria, ptovlded It Is given un
der tho skin In largo doses ot from
4,000 to 0,000 units nnd repeated
frequently. When this Is not
promptly effective, ho says, from
20,000 to 50,000 units of the anti
toxin should be Injected Into a vein.
Hut ho utters a spcdal warning that
the doctor must bo sure tho anti
toxin Is sterile nnd freo from any
Dm lug his experiments Prof, Mey
er made tho discovery that the toxin.
(Continued From Pare 1)
Ity for tlys new bonds. 'The covenant
to stand seized docs not, as qlalmed
by tho TreaBuier, operate as a con
Vjjyanco from tho nppellanL That cov
enant Is by tho trustees nnd not by tho
original mortgagor ar'd tho only jnort
gago claimed by tho treasurer to exist
Is (ino from tho appellant, Tho lltlo
was in tho trustees prior to tho execu
tion or exhibit A.
or' diphtheria, ox'erted a specially
destructive effect on tho supra-ienal
gland, or gland ab'ove tho kidneys.
He found this out at his autopsies.
He therefore maclo an extract from
n healthy supru-renal gland nnd In
Jected It under tho skin In a salt
solution In cases vvhero tho diph
theria had progressed past tho point
vvheio the heart was affected. Tho
supra-rena extract ncfod fi(lck!y
ami definitely In -raising the blood
pressure. It wns tho only ngent lio
could find which had this action.
Thus it would appear that supra
renal extinct, which any chenilst
can make, may, by restoring the
bipod pressure, bo'vo patients from
death without tlie'iiso of anti-toxin.
Further experiments are to bo mado
by other German scientists along
No Dampness. ' No Burs.
City Transfer Co.
J as. U. .Love
ti , e
MIGHT VISIT HAWAII
I1I3VI3ULV, Sept. 2. Pre-ildont Turt liny visit Hawaii next ve.ir.
Tho President unnouiiied thut ho will prob.iblv visit Al.it K.i diulni: thu
summer and that ho may extend Ills Jomnoy to the Island tmrltory.
Ml i mmu m
LOS ANGELES PRIZES FOR HI0H FLYERS.
LOS ANHKI.KS, Sept, 2. Tli0 Chhmber of Ciiininoii-ii of this fit'
has Issued n cull to inlso 1100, 0U0 for prize lo lie glvin the wlnutiij;
rompetltorfl during aviation week. Leading uvlatois of tho vvculd will
EARTHQUAKES III JAVA.
TI1I3 IIAHUI3, Sept. 2. Word hits been it.icUc.il h"io In tho ef
fect that tho volcano of Hiueiii In .lava Is In eruptliri. 13 ntiiiua!itH ac
companied ttio outbuislK and havu vviought havoc. Hciv) fitallllia uni
DEATH ROLL AT MONTEREY.
MONTEREY, Mivcko, Sept. 2. Tho tofcl de.illi Kill as (he result of
tho recent disaster hole, will ptobahly icacli :i,000. Tho ttcmli fio.n
putrofjlng bodlps Is hoiilble, nnd nn t'pldemle Is feared.
WILL WAIT FOR DR. COOK.
LONDON, Sept. J. -Leading sulenlNts nnd invnntii are dlispn. cd to
await (ho airlval of Dr. Cook, with r it 11 dttalls, befoiu iirccpllii': Ihn im
port of tho discovery of tho Noith Pole.
REFUSED TO PARDON BRADBURY.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 2. lci oritur tllllett has denied a pardon
to Ilrndbury, tho otccntrlo mllllonulro hentemed to the pcnltcull.iiy for
I Island Transfer.
DO , G-KINTV-e. . ' Excavating and rillinK.
Dravine and Expressinc
Wood and Coal Phone 588
O. W. McDoogall, Prop,
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream,
So vei al genciatlons ot thi family Secictary MneVeagh of tho Trc.is-
of Isaac Kurtz celebrated tho mini- uiy Department has u plan to "hum
vorsaiy of the employment of Yetta der" old bills Instead of deitioviiig
Stelnberger, who litis been n domes- them, nn la now done.
tic of the family for llfty-Loven t Tim body ot an unknown, iiuppo:-
vears In New Yoik. lid In bo n sulcble, was found hang-
Secretary Nngel of .tho Depart-
! !! I I III I I I --- II II I - I ---..- ,
Friday, September 3.
ROTTKHIiAM Hallul Aiw III:
S,i. II llackfeld. fur lln'iolitlii.
SAN 1 IIANCISCU Hallul Sept. 2:
Ilk. It. P. Hllhtt, for llllo mid Honolulu
PAN 1'ltANCIHCO-B.illod Sept. .".:
M. S, China, I p. in., for lliuioliilii.
HAN FRANCIKl'O Airlvod Sept. 3.
H. S. Cliljn Mam, 7 .u III., lie. ire
S. S. UjadcH, fiom I'm I Al'eii, Aug
YOKOHAMA Anlvnt Sept 3.
S. S. Nlpiiou Miiru htuco Aug 23
PORT LUDLOW SalVd Sept. 2:
Schr. Dofendc I for Honolulu
Thursday, September 2.
SAN FRANOLICO-Sallc I it I.
llkluc. Iimg-iid, foi' II i pit mi
mont of Commerro and Labor hut)
Issued an order that omploves will
ho given no vacations until their i
work Is done. Tho 12,000 employes
will be let off ns they can be spared.
Ten pcrbons were injured In
Cleveland by an explosion ut nat-'
urul gas thnt wrecked tho Wei reck
Moving & Storago Company's plant.;
Tho building caught 111" and was,
General Fred 1). Giant moused
great enthusiasm at tho Philippine
veterans' convention in Plttsbuig In
describing thq valor of men who!
fought tho louutiy's vvnis. Colonel
Jewctt of New Albany, 1ml, was
lug to a lieu In Pittsburg near u
load vvhero huiidiuls ot puiMiux pass
dully. Thu body had hung Ihcici
about three months.
A cablegram fiom Ji rmalrm
announces tho death theio of Sam
uel S.ilatit, chief rabbi of tho AhIi
kaneiln Cangtegnlliiuiillsts In thul
(Ity, nnd known throughout tho
Jewish woild us tut eminent Till
miidiht. Federal Stipiemo .lustUo Chailei
I). Elliott, who was appointed by
l'iob,-nt Taft last .May, has inrhel
l-"(.L:cttii if War Dlikliirnn, lo
xtlmululu llllo piattlie In his state,
lwll.glvo u tionliy to thu National
(Guardsmen of Tennessee.
S. E. LUCAS,
OPTICIAN. ' " t:
Masonic Building:, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-clai3 spec
tacles properly fitted tall on him.
If ou don't want to look like u
ready-ntadc man have jour dress
suit made by custom tailors.
j W. W. AHANA CO., Tailor' 62 King St.
Fiom S3.-.H Frnuclin let H. S. Ala
ini'dn, Sept. 3, A. W Adanu Jllss b
Albright, r.llss II. Ales-ituler. MUh M.
Arnold, Miss Irctc I! ileum C V.
Baldwin. Mir. Baldwin. V. (3. ll.illeu
lne. Mis ll.il'i iUmio, 13. E llittdle,
Ml-, i Junnlla Berkley, Miss f llc-n
Mlrt- A. O. Blair, Hairy .1. Ill m. Mis
Bias. t O. Ill ickninn. Mrs. T. It Hid
i!lo Mis. G. Bo'iidmiu, Fled Iluuile
Mlrs .r. II. BiHiker. Miss M. (1. Bur
ifen, Miss .1. Bradlej. Mlts Ellen Hi a
ley. .1. M. Callow, ll .7. Cishman, Geo
C'liiilmem, Jr., lit other f'harlif, Mra.
M. II. Clinic bill. MioH Clopiud. Miss
M Clnypoo, ll 8. Clink, Mis. (1.
Clement. Mlts Nina Cinlg. Mist. N.
Ciocik, V. O. Clonic MlhS Ella Datim.
Miss lw.il.iul K. Dayton. MUh F. IC.
Devcrlll, Senator W. P. DUIIiirIi tin,
Jllss I, 13 Dln'clago, .1. H, Dongrbho
Mbit P Dunlap. Miss P. M. I)ke,
Mis. L. J. Eckbeig, Biother Eiigeno,
Mrs. C C. lVvvol. Masltr Kiivvil, A. M.
I'lt-li. A. I'lclther, III other Finrelt,, M
A. Frank, Mis. Frank. Ml.ss J. M Fi-is
er. Mm. N L. D. IV.tser, Miss Ruth
G Ufll, Dr. .Maty 13. Gill, .1. (IFoo I icio
Miss Jl. Gioepcr, Mrt. M. Glow, Miss
M. E. Grow, C. P. Iling, Mix. Una.;,
Mis. F. llatTner. F. W. IInr.lv. Mrs
n.itdy. Master llollls llnrily, L A.
II.itilH, Mm. A. Hi'ibst, Jlra. ( I
lloilpc, II. K. lliimphtle. II, lliusl
iiujcr, A. (!. Ivi'iwn, A. It. Ktllct
.Mrs. Kt'llif. Mlrn I. Kill. Miss i, M
Kinll, Mrs W. M Linglon, Miss 13 (
' Lnvucnop, Mis Fiank Lavviome, .Miss
ll'i.imcR L.ivviinciK, Mhis Mtitj Ltivv
iuncc. Mlts F. M. Loo, Miss .lulli
t Leigh, W. .P. Llndlo. O. Loihliimn,
I Mis. D. Log.iu, Jus. I.vlo, Mrs, Lli,
Miss 1). I.yle, Miss I.oulso Lucas, Miss
E McCorinlrk, Miss Isabel MiC'oiils-
.Ion Miss C. MncEvvm, 'W .1. Mnc
Ncll, Mn. MucXrll, T. F. Mi-Tlghp,
BcnJ Manlcrtii, Mis. Mat.letio, Dr. II,
J A. Mills, MIhk lluiiii't Nccilhain. D. I.
, NiiliulH, Dr. N. P. Nollage, Mis. P.
(misled, .Mis. 13. Osliiiiuo, .1 Oinlor
Iclik, Jr., Mrs. J. Oudi ilcli k, Alli'rt
I'.iimiiis .Mrs. Pa i run 'l, MIsh I Vi.
body, (1. M. Po.tbody, Mlb A. Pet kins,
F. Poolo, Carl Ramus, Mlsn 13 Ran
kin, Airs .1, Itiuitclii J. H,inU, Mlsi 13.
J. llnico. MIh Elizabeth Rold, I'. G
Rlrhnrilson. Miss p G. Robcits, Miss
Eslellu I! Rno, L. Rooks. ,1. D. Ritgg
Miss N. IflhlnltlH, MIps S. F. Shields,
Mis. L. K, filmiunn R. Fnilllt, W
Sleiuet, JlrH. Spencer, Miss 13. M
Slovens, Miss C. Slovv.ut, MNti Elln
Tanner, Jlsu Lucy Tnpp.ui, .Master T.
W Taylor. Miss Clam Tmvnsoml,
Mlks l 11. llecko, Miss (llail)ri Van
diThoof. Mis. J. L Vlnnediro Mia. P.
, Wnlsoii, Hatty Wcincir. W R. Wheel
er. Mis Whetler Austin White, MUs
A. Williams (3. T Willi mis Mi i
WillliiniH. II Who, Mm. Wlso, Miss
( M. Woodi V.il Bcrliiuu, L 13. Tocitu
aj. Mis. ILislle, Mr. nnd Mm. Btlstol,
1 J. II. Gilner, L, C Roborls, C. P. Os-
I flay BULLETIN ADS PAY
j PAGSCflQIZIlC BOOKED
Per atnir Clainlliie for Maui nnd
llllo, Sipt 2 f, i m T. M Chilli h
Mm. M. O. Lelrhtou Mlsi Fill Mm
nj, Mir i M. I. Mile hell Dili Nog -I
Mrs, Will Hlmp'-on MlfH 13. Unit Miss
I. Ciozlcr. It. L. Ogllvlo 11. M. Li mi
aid. K.ilhcr Maxlme, Falber Frinil.
II. W. Atklt ion A. M. Blown, Ml ,
ll.idjit V.iitdriliiif, Mrt. Mosli k. Mis
M. Wlbnit MImi .1. M.uisle, Bail
Cook, T. V. King. A. J. Wilson, F 13
ll.tie. .Mm. L. Manni, Miss ',. Itn.;
m Mm. Nua, P. Wllirlit Dt Weldlik
lames jr. Kuaiiti, former tmdi r c.f
Ibo l.lKaul lUht, has (ivki It (bai,
as l.t-'cpci of tho new Jlolok it lUhl l t
tloti Hint vva put In nperttloa W 1
tucliij nlUtl William F. WllU.itiii.
who has hern In tin rcrvleo t.Vo jean1
liar been uppolnlid llrst assistant ami
Charles Mnitlu u.i rerun 1 assist mt
Mr, Martin v.as funnel i on Itio lio
Theio nre now two I Ig collhi
lied up ut the Intci-lstninl lu.illm
whilf mill the lllshni slip, the Hull,
Ibo Vntinailiai, having itrilvnl hut
wick. 'the Scottish Jlouaiih uinin
in this morning after t,tttIng oil the
haiboi .ill nlg.it Shu was off tlm
lief nl 7 o'clock c.iletdi cveiilni'
'I he customs latiiuh went out lo her
Ibis morning Instead of going In thu
Al. iiuid.i, which c auto In without In
8pi(llo:t fiom lii'jal iitatlonn, and
man) who had p.is.-es to go out tu
( lit tt inner In meet fi lends vveio
foued lo icni.iln on tho dock.
(Continned from Paze lb
lii'iml Ciiiiuiiliib of thu N, G. II wii
llu (lo--ist In him ullh ti total of II
in the same i.tiigp.
At all lb" iillu r rang"! Hawaii mil
only mado a linger total Ih.iii their np.
I mn nls, but our Imllvldit tl tdmtn msdo
lop reoto evotj tlmo.
I'taislileilng Unit most of I be hert
tholB of I ho Ti'iiilnry aie nliienl on
tho Coast nl ('niiip Peiry at pteicnt
Iho tk iiicp who lopioi'oiilcil llu '
G 11. In Iho match ng-ilnst Ibo Slg'i.il
Coips havo limit letniiktbly well
'apt tin F. .1, Liggett, who mpn icnl
nl Iho N (1. II, nt Siialllc during tin
male It. nod who vv.ilchi',1 out for Ha
vv.ill'n Iiitcifsiu, iukhU lli.it tlm nl
iiir liiMn v.-iu i-r ituii!.). nnd that
Bit- liitlli-)i- ut 1010 jnidrt i mild not
le i i- n Iv wen,
Tho ii Milt of the m id h Iti vety r;i
I fai'loiy to Ihn olllccui of Ibo N (1 II .
mid It Is (in - Ililc- lb.it olbei tdiooth V.IU
l.o ntinuged with illlo iotu on tlm
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodanl
1141 Tort Street.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Merchant Sts.
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