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RVKN1NQ 1IUI,LI:tIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. Wi:i)NK8AY OCT. 13,
"I hardly know how to thank you for the good Pcruna has dono me.
"I suffered five yean wiUi pain in tho stomach. About a year ago it became
so bad I could hardly bear it. I coughed day and night and grew weaker and
weaker. The pain extended through my body and I also had difficulty in
breathing, which made me cough. Everyone thought I had consumption.
"My husband heard of Fcruna and bought five bottles. This treatment vir
tually cured me and now I recommend Pcruna to every one who is suffering.
"I thank Dr. Hartman for this excellent remedy."
Ste. Julie de Verchcres, P. Q., Canada. Mrs. Kola Parlmu.
AXrni,i:cTKDcolJU generally the
first causo of catarrh.
Women are especially liable to colds.
These-colds occur more frequently dur
ing the wet, sloppy weather of winter
and spring than any other time of tho
j ear. Often tliey
are not consid
ered sorlous and
aro allowed to
run on, or they
arotrcttod In mipIi a way as to only
palliate the symptoms, whllo the cold
becomes mere deep-soaled and the
patient finally nwakens to tho fact that
he has a w elltlo eloped case of ca
tarrh. By reason of their delicate structure,
the lungs are frequently the seat of a
cold, especially It there U tho slightest
ireakncssofthcsoorgans. Tho treatment
of catarrh of tho lungs Is also more dif
ficult and discouraging than catarrh of
any other organ of tho body.
It would bo wise therefore, to guard
against It by ovary precaution possibU,
The following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail traie:
RUSSIA AS SPREADER OF DISEASE
The Hague, Holland, Sept. 1C
Tear prevails In Holland because of
health conditions 'in llui.slti and tho
Dutch press calls on IMlticntliil papers'
of tho world to unite in arousing pul
llc opinion on tho subject. It chatges
that tho Kusslan government has fail
ed, utterly In Ita tint) toward the rest
(if Kiiropc, with th result that tlie
czar's omplio Is the brvding ground
of Infection. The papers uigo th it the
Grand Matinee - at 3 o'clock
Evening Performance at 8 o'clock
UNUSUAL POPULAR REQUEST PROGRAM
Reserved Seats, '- $1.00 Box Seats,
SSSWlli. YP SSSSSSl
MRS. MOIS PARIZEHU.
Tcruna has been found tho most re
llahlo of all remedies for coughs, colds
and catarrh, by rcimon of the faat that
It goes at oncu.to tho very seat of the
It searches out every croTlce, eTcry
duct of the iMkly. Itqulckensand equal
izes the circula
tion of flic blood,
thus relieving the
Of THE LUNOS.
membranes. It ex
ercises a healing
and soothing effect upon the mucous
membranes, no matter whether they
aro the more exposed membranes of tho
head and throat, or whether thoy line
the remotest cells of tho lungs.
Sirs. Jaschob, 1KJ1 lllcksSt., Toledo,
Ohio, U.S. A., writes:
"When I wroto to yon for advice, I
had been sick for thrco ears. I had
troublo with my throat. Often I could
not breathe through my noso, I also
had pains In my chest and a cough. I
took I'cruna according to directions
and It has cured me."
iiKNSON. SMITH & CO., Hawaii
powers lnlng prcbsuro on St, Peters
burg and sugetc thnt the Ittissl.in
danger be made n topic for discussion
nt International congresses.
lloM.iml Is suffering Keenly fiom
Ilusslan negligence. The cholera In
Rntterdnniu was staniKd out quickly
but the Injurious effects of the scale
leni.iln. Moreover, n fresh Infection
fiom Uitssiii ni'iy tnino tit any luonicnt
nvolvl'q further harm to trade, more
natlu.il nnlet and additional expense
o tho Dutch municipalities and the
wt i: u u n t s: st U ti a u u it 5
a . a
r. a :t n tt tt u t: n ti ti tt a u a
GREAT RECORD FOR
' CONCERT RECEIPTS
The Philippine CiniHtiiiiiilnry Hand
return licmio with n icpututlon for
l'nltiK lut n new mnrk tin ricclptH ftu
Inuid tuticcrtg In the United Stated
liming the months of July mid Aug
ut the hand plujcd at the Million Dot
lur i'ler nt-Atlantlc City t" ifiSnoo pule
admissions, The tinners of the pier
feared the band would lint bo able In
pay the enormous expeiine of tho plei
mid tiiHlend of phi) lug on a poiccnlagc
basis the m.innger of the band leased
tho pier at a rental of $70,noo for tin
two months. And tt paid big.
Wherever tho band plajcd enthus
iasm marked the reception, and the
Ikijh return entluixul by tho greatness
of the United States and filled with nd
miration for tho jicoplo mid the gov
ernment. While at Seattle, tliej plioed
national nlrs aftir an address innile b
I'lesldeiil Tnft during which ho paid
Mleli tribute to Captain Loving and
his bos. .Mm Philip Soma heard the
hand on sou'ral occasions and did not
hesitate to say "It Is the best hand
In the United States timl one of the
best I over heard." Thnt Is saving
something worth while and Captain
l.mliiK estiems such n tribute from
tho greatest hand master Ihlng.
During the tour the bos heard
many new compositions, most of them
of Ihu catchy Iliondway arlely, and
have learned two hundred and lltlj of
them In addition to their already large
icpcrtolrc. It Is Intended to play as
encores at the concerts lime selection
ft oni this large mimher.
Owing to tho Impossibility of getting
out the Instruments, the largo double
luss, the Bjmphony concert will have
to he glcn tnmoirnw nfternoon at the
Orphcum at 2:30. The irogrum nr
ranged Is one of the best In tho roper
tolte and It cannot full to plcnsu the
most exacting. Tonight the rcgulai
concert will be glen at the Orphcum
at 8 o'clock.
The ne wnlrs will lie played as en
cores anil somo of these hae inner
been licnrd here. They arc Iluudwa)
down In tho ground and cnnscqiientl)
catchy to the whlMllug iKilnt.
This Is to ho n great treat for the
music lovers of Honolulu. Such an
oppnitimlly Is seldom glen them and
It will be, strnuge If the house Is nof
crowded to tho doors. There arc some
seats left for tho sjinphony concert,
which should tie bought without dcla)
by those who desire to hear this great
aggregation of musicians.
Tho nudletico at the Kmplro Inst
night ha! an opportunity to Judgo the
tempeinturo of tho land whero Dr
Cook visited on his way to tho pole
and tonight they aro to sco a com
panion scries called "The Glories of
Sunset." a beautiful subject well
handled by tho photographer and col
orlst. Tho scries Is long and enter
taining from start to finish. There
will be two comedies, "Tho Wife's
Strategy" and tho "Cabby Wife."
Theso are full of humor.
Wallace nud Way contlnuo to de
light the many who attend tho per
formances nt tho Kin pi re. Their net
is in tunny respects original and clean
It ptenscs tho people and few there
aro who do not go again and again.
Tho pictures at tho Ktnplro aro excep
tionally good and clear and tho sub
jects satisfactory to particular people.
"Mlrselle's 8lncere Love" is tho
feature film, show pig a most pathetic
episode of life among tho Trench peas
antry, A depth of feeling and dovo
tiou unusual in ordinary lite. The vet-
tings to tneso Beetles are certainly
beautiful and can bo classed as works
of art. They, must bo seen to be ap
preciated. Tho characters aro true to
nature In tho minutest detail. Tho
whole film Is characteristic of agrar
ian life In Frnnce. An obstinate fath
er, an ardent lover, and a persistent
maid present dramatis situations
throughout. Our Introduction to the
atory shows a countiy road in lVnnce,
along which travel the fruit pickers on
their way to (lie orchards for their
dn'B work. Once arrived It does not
toko long for one to pick out the lov
ers and from that moment one's Inter
est is keen until tho end of tho story',
riitlr meetings In tho cloisters of tho
old cathedral arc most touching, par
ticularly after It Is known that "her"
father refuses his consent.
Mlrlelle's mental condition would
turn n heart of stone, but not so the
ild man's, Slio finally' bids farewell
to home thnt has sheltered her from
Infancy mid goes forth, she knows not
where. She flnnlly wanders back to
the old tr sting place, where, over
como by fatlguo and emotion she
faints. Hero she Is found by her
lover, who succeeds In restoring her
to semiconsciousness. To go further
Into tho plot would Icava nothing to
Imagination to till nut tho drama. A
visit to tho Art cither todny or tumor
iow will tell tm how It nit ends so
don't falHto see this flint under any
A view of tho world's greatest pigeon
farm will bo Interesting to tho hun
dreds of peoplo here In Honolulu who
raise pigeons for plcasuro and profit.
t tho Park theater tonight will bo
shown a vlow of tho great pigeon ranch
nt I.os Angeles, whero thousands or
birds aro raised during tho J car and
from which place thousands of squabs
aro sent to market. It is well taken,
lull of life and Is interesting through
out. A funny comedy scries la called
"Teddy In the Jungle," a clever parodj
an hunting In Africa, shown nt this
theater last week. The vaudeville
stunts at the Park arc as popular as
over and tho new hits aro taken in
good humor every night. Tho Park
Is tho place for an evening of pleasure
every night, rnln or shine, for the ihcd
kecpB the rain on.
WAVERLEY DANCE HALL.
This name carries with It n recollec
tion of somn of tho dance places in
San Kranclsco and, to n great extent,
Is misleading. Tho Wnvcrley Is not
all that tho name Implies. It is a re
fined place for refilled peoplo and' Is
largely patronized by those who are
not nlwnvs expected nt tho large, func
tions and by many who nre. Perfect
order, Is maintained, always, and
rowdjlBiii is not tolerated.
The recoid for tho hnlf-mllc swim
has been reduced by C. M. Daniels,
the champion swimmer, to 12m.
18 2-r.s, cutting over 40 seconds off
the old mnik. The swim was made
In fresh water.
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Highest awards Chicago
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1904; New Orleans 1885."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ild.
Friday, Oct. 15, 1909
Frizes Given Best Dressed,
dents 60c ladies Comp.
KIL0HANA ART LEAGUE.
Miller and Beretania Ave.
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $29.
M. A Gnnst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line just received.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52,
Thursday Afternoon at 2.30 o'clock
Grand Symphony Concert
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Vaudeville and Moving
Great Film of
THE MARATHON RACE.
Fort Street, Below Beretania.
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
May Wall ace
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN' ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
A TREAT IN STORE
Admission, - 50c
Open Every Afternoon
And Evening '
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO S
EVENING SESSION, 7:30 TO 10.30
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15o; Skates, 15o
HOTEL STREET, NEAR BETHEL.
SUNDAY, OCT. 17.
1:30 P. M.
K. A. C. vs. 1. A. 0.
U. S. M. 0. vs. 0. A. C.
First Game of Second Series.
Seats 10c, 15c, 25c
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel -and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission 10c. t Ladies Free.
Mnsio by Kawaihan Glee Club.
Blank books of all sorts. Icdscrp.
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin