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FOR WHOOPING COUCH. (ROUP.
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORB
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
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wlwcplil Couth. b?i.drcnW Cnup cinnol
ctiit Urte CrcaoUn li twtd. it tela ditecily
cm fwfl fend thcnat. (naUnst btfittJntl mi la IM
eve of trrfdil oolS lh re threat and itopf tlW
couth uua iwyn 10 udncti iron
Creotne li a powtrful eermitldf. M-tlnf KtfS
l a cuiative and DrtrrnhttMn rralatwut
CrcioUna'a hit itcommcajaiioa it 111. thirty
yeri of luccrtifut ok.
Fr SiU fcr U Drrrfl
StnJ Pa. hi for Dctctip
Throkl TftbIH, limr
and orttung lot lh if
Kfetcd thtoal 10c.
JU Vw CmobM Co.
IB FillM Stmt,
Mw Utk Car.
Vnni" tift.t isfra4(iAa
dtsenrc, and your poor
er negative) need, ,
Velox is the only
paper that it made
with sole reference to
the requirements of the
PHOTO -SUPPLY CO.
1059 Tort Street
IN SEAL ESTATE
$8000 Lirgo house and lot, Kins
Btreot; 12 roorjis, 30,000 lq.
$7500 Largo house and lot, Heck
lley street; about 1V4 acre,
52000 Tlireo nlco modern bunga-
$2750 lows, Kalinukl; beautiful lo-
Improved nnd unimproved lota1 at
Kalmukl, Walklkl. Kallhl, Manoa
.Vnlloy and) In town "
83 Merchant St. MARTIN OEUNE
For Good furniture
Corner Xwk and Bethel
REGAL SHOE CO.
King, and Bethel.
M. E. Silva, ,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALHER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phono 170 Night Call 1014.
, Use Carnation Milk .
'" Instead of Fresh Milk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Meat Market and Importers.
, S v FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
.,",The Finest Bathing i. the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOABS.
4. W. 0. BEBQIN, Proprietor.
No stronger appeal to bo temperate
could be found In tho words of any
lecturer than tho picture entitled
Drink" that will be oxhlbltod to tho
public at the, Empire for tho first time
tomorrow' night. VTho picture was run
off yustordny for tho members of tho
press. Tbo story deals with tho iro
of tho French nitlzan and was written
by bmll Zoln. Tho dramatization for
tho moving pleturo people is a most
complete one, tho scenes shonn being
truo to Purls life. Tho plot of tho
story Is built about the life of n
ourg French woman who Is deserted
by her husband, nnd who later mar
ries tho man who protected her wheii
nlono In tho world. Through tho ma
nipulation of ji woman enemy of tho
wife tho sccoud husband falls a vic
tim to drink,. Among tho jsconcs In
tho piny Is one of a Fresh wnshhouso.
where two of the women characters
fight n duel with buckets and pieces of
laundry. Tho unomy of tho wife Is
persistent in her1 attempt to ruin tho
other woman.and goes to such lengths
thnt she places a footfall on n build
ing on ulihh tho husband Is working
(o ho fill 1b and Is socrely Injured.
Perhaps tho strongest sceno In .thu
play la that if tho leading character
In tho last act when his Jlfo Is ended
during delirium tremens. ,Tho man's
rt.caso irom a Hospital is snown. ab
ho leaves a doctor gives htm a warn
ing that should ho drink strong liquor
ho will bo certain to die, but permits
htm to Ubo old red wine. 'Tho woman
opomy of tho family substitutes a hot
tlo of liquor for tho bottle of Yed w-lno
ho brings homo with hlni; After ono
tasto of tho liquor his thirst Is too
much for his will power nhd ho con
tinues to drink, flopping only to
Blanco at tho wrlttcii warning of tho
plDGjclnu. Hvcnhmlly ho falls,on tho
floor In strife wltb Imagined reptiles
nnd dlos. Tho acting throughout tho
play Is only such that tho French aro
masters of. Tho Spoken word Is not
necessary lo drlvo home tho sermon
of this stoiy "Ilrlnk."
THE NOVELTY SHOW.
Rousing vaudovlllo acts contlnun to
hold tho board with somo of tho best
motion pictures In Honolulu at tho
Novelty Theater, Tho vaudovlllo con
sists of several flno singing nnd danc
ing nets, liitcrsjterfed with some late
song hits. Tho pictures nro new reels
that havo ncvor boon shown In 'this
part of tho Paclflc. Visit the Novelty
and enjoy an evening. , '
DRUGGISTS HND .
The local druggist Is naturally slow
to recommend a, remedy for any dla.
case; ho will make, a reommenJatlon
as n,rulo, only' after, ho has been
thoroughly 'convinced. For ha Is not
looking merely for ono silo but n,us,t
havo permanently tho confidence of
Perhaps no remedy In tho druggist's
stock Iibb been nioro widely endorsed
by druggists themselves than tho bjo-
ciflc eczema euro, oil of wlntergrcen,
thvmol nnd glycerine, as compounded
In D D. D. Prescription.
1 Among hundreds' of letters frpm
prominent druggists wo quote a few:
"Wo hnvo a numb6r of very 'cpthusl
attic people who havo been cured Dy
D. DD. Prescription. Theso cured pa'
tlents do as much to increase the sales
as any advertising." You cannot make
Your advortlslnz too strong, as wo nro
oursejves enthusiastic In pushing tho
The Voegell Dros , Drug Co.Min-
LnoapolK, Minn : T. P. Taylor & Co.,
LoulsvlIlo K).; Wolff-Wilson Drug
Co , St. Louis, Mo. j 'A. Bauer, Torre
Haute, 'Jnd., 'and, scoros of 'other lead
ing druggists havo'wrlUen tho strong
est kind of endorsements for D, D. .D.
, Waoui solves havo carefully Investi
gated (his remedy nnd'.flnd that It Is
a sfmplo codipound of oil of winter
green and other healing ingredients.
Odr'long oxpertenco with this remedy
has given us tho gretost confidence
in Its merits, and if any of our friends
In this town aro now suffering from
eczema or similar skin diseases, they
should not 'dospalr. Call at our sloro
and ask about D. D. D. Prescription.
Honolulu Drug Co, Tort street.
Tho rtojaj Hawaiian Hand will
Rive a public coiucrt this ovenlng
at, tho KaKnakn MIsMon
tho following program:
March Tho Hitrcst Sousa
overture Light Cavalry ... Suppo
Intermezzo Frivolous Cupid. .Loey
Selection llohemlan (Jlrl
Vocal Hawaiian Songs .
sir. uy iiersvr
Ion Ilunaway Girl
Intermczzoy-Ralnbow .... Wonrlch
Finale Powlmtau's Daughters . .
Tho Star Spangled llanner. . . .
JURY DECIDES AGAINST MAQ00N
The Jury In Judgo Whltnoj's court
vesterday decided that J. A, Magoon
must pay C20 07 to Henry Van Gleson.
Tho trial has lasted for Bovoral days
nnd grew out of the fact that Magoon
failed to fulfill a contract entered into
between himself and Van Oleson, Tho
contract was that for a certain con
sideration Magoon was to carry a case
from ono cour to another till It had
reached tho highest. In thU rospect
It Is clalmod that Magoon did not make
good, and Van aicBnn took tho casu
himself to tho highest court and tho
expense ot'dolng so was jhe amount
prayed for ami granted by tho Jury.
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On Account of, lack of ward room Handball.
In the post hospltnl here, tho fol- Hnndbflll has again come Into Ha
lowing members of Company, a, 2nd
uattnllon of Engineers, have been
transferred to thri post hospital nt
Fort Shaffer for further treatment:
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,,ck Hummell, Private Plank, Prlvato
rrhnto Ara Finch, Private Freder-
Ilclnhart and Private Holt. Tho re-
mnlnlng men In the post hospltnl
hero are members of the survey de-
tachments and wt.t remain at this
,pgst until well enough to return to
meir camps. Private Mcsshcrry of be found among the men here,
the Walmanalo detachment was sent New Telephones,
to tho post hospltnl today from his, A new telephone sjBtcm Is being
detachment to receive treatment. Installed at this post which will con
Promotion. I "cct nil of tho offices nnd tho varl-
Becond Class Private Andrew ous, buildings of the quartermaster
Drotke of Company O has been pro- department. This sjstem, with tho
moled to tho grade of first-class prl- nld of the doublo outride sstem,
vate. Prlvato llrotko Is on detail ai will make It possible to communicate
post plumber of this enmp nnd on with any portion1 of the camp fiom
extra duty In tho tiunrtcrmnster do- all tho offices. I'he new telephones
pnrtment. are received from tho Signal Corps
To Duty . "f the army.
Prlvato Farley, Company O, was Requisitions,
returned to duty today from tho Uci)Ulsltlons havo been submitted
post hospltnl and will leave for his from this post for the target mate
detachment tho Inst of tho present rials to be used during the rlllo prnc
week. Privates Marcus nnd Ford, tlso to bo held by members of this
both of the survey camps, arrived nt post In the next few months. These
this post jestcrdny and are to be. materials will bo forwarded from tho
sent to the hospltnl here. Iloth of
these men have been out on survey
details since the arrival of the pres
ent engineer troops of this Island
and require n rest from the work In
V meeting was held cstcrday of
the members of tho nost library nnd
many cVnngcs aro to ho mado In the
manner in which tho reading matter,
will bo handled. Hooks nnd niaga-1
zlnes will bo allowed to bo takon
from the library building during the
evening hours by members, but wlli
bo available for reading nt tho li
brary during the day. All newspa
pers aro to remain In tho. reading-
room witn tno exception that- tho
Indies of the post will bo allowed to
take them to their homes for a lim
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The root of the post hospital Is bo
tng stained and tho work Is now al
most .completed. This' improves the
apiiearanco of tho building to a great
extent. Fort Shatter has a hospital
that Is not, as far as military posts
are concerned excelled, In the entire
group of Hawhtlnn Islands alia the
boys all realize and appreciate this
and aro content to know that at any
time if Illness overtakes them that
they havo a hospital to which thoy
aro alwajs admitted where tney will
receive tho best treatment thnt thoy
will receive the best of medicines and
a placo they can stay until entirely
Tho swimming tank was refilled Fri
day and later In the day many were In
for n plunge.
On account 'of tho hoavy rain Friday
afternoon there was nq parado.
Tho drills for Friday wero garri
son under direction of company com
manders from 7 to 8 a. m., and an
hour of gvmnaslum drill for Com
pany O nnd Company II,
Sergeant Santon, Comjiany a, 20th
Infantry, returned on tb0 U, ,8, A.
transport Sheridan a few days ago.
He has been on a four months' leave
of absence and visited his home at
St. Louis, Mo , and several other
places on tho mainland. an Illness of several weeks. He 'was
Musician Souers, Company E, 20th operated on for rupture more than a
Infantry, was admitted to tho post mouth ago. Tho operation was sue
hospital Tuesday. Ills Illness Is not cessful, and ho has now entire!) re
nt a serious nature, and It Is expect- covered and will take up regular
ed that ho will be back for duty ,routlne duty with Compuuy G.
In tho social ball of the Y, M. C,
A. esterday afternoon, Oie following-named
gentlemen wero elected
members of the executive commlttoo
of the Civic Federation: P. M. Pond,
J. W. Gllmore, W. A. llryan, Edgar
.Wood, A. F. Cooko. Iloth W. It.
Castle and L'd. Towse were offered
rcnomlnatlon. but owlne to nressure
,oi Business aecuneu me nonor. i'.
M. Pond and J. W. Gllmore were
elected to ill! theseHwo vacancies.
D. L. Withlngton, chairman of the
committee on legislature and publlo
service, read a very Interesting re
port, In which ho stated that, the
committee believed alt' the counties,
with the exception of Hawaii, were
being administered as
could ho oxpected.
The committee on parks, stroots
and public 'works outlined a system
of playgrounds for the 'children In
those districts which at present are
so crowded that tho children are
forced to play In the streets. The
first of these was the lot it the cor
ner of Nuuanu and Ueretanla, for
merly the property of Queen Emma
Most of the trees havo "been cut 'down
and all the flower beds' are burled
undor piles of lumber belonging to
some jupuueso cumraciurs. ,
Tho commltteo recommends theJ
purchase, of this place so as to con
vert It Into u playground fitted with
necessary paraphernalia for the
own at this camp after n short -la-
off. Somo of the 'members of tho
survey enmps who nro on pass In
this camp hne made It Interesting
for the homo camp players, nnd tho
ir ' V'V ,!' Tyc"' a,"J
result Is thnt all the members
this camp nro again at tho game,
p!ulng both In the afternoons and
In tho evenings. This gumo has bo-
coma the most popular sport nt this
post, and many good players are to
States and will bo received at this
post by the ordnance department.
Theso will bo taken by tho com
panies to Fort Shatter at tho time
the men leave for target practlso at
that post. New targets nre also to
be received for uso of this command.
Tho members of Ccmpauy, O gave
an entertainment last evening on the
sea shore, which Indudcd a smoker
and refreshments lu the entire post.
Corporal White of tho engineers was
In charge, and a good, tlmo was en
Jojed by nil. After tho refresh
ments were served, Corporal O'Ncll
and other members of tho, garrison
gave an exhibition of athletic per
formances which was enjojed by all
present. It Is hoped by nil that
more of theso evenings will follow.
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within a few dais.
Tho 11. A. glee club met Monday
night with good attendance.
the bnttallon will participate In
the Floral Parade on February' 22,
and will havo an entry In tho float
department, and Private -Uorwar,
Company O, will enter tho bicycle
Prlvato 'Lewis, Company O, 20th
Infantry, was released from tho post
hospital Tuesday. While In the hos
pital ho had an operation nerformed
on his nosov for catarrh. Tho opera
tion Was very successful.
The work of filling itho low pfaces
In the parado ground was resumed
Tuesday morning. -'v"'
Prlyato iHughoy. Company O, has
been released from the hospital and
resumed duties with his company, "
The drills Tuesday were under di
rection of company commanders
from'soven to eight a. m. and an
hour of gvmnastum drill 'for Com
pany O nd Company II,
Prlvato Snner, Company a, 2Uin
Infantry, was admitted- to the post
Prlvato Itoglnson, Company G,-
20th Infantry, was relea'sed from tho
Fort Shatter hospital Tuesday after
ntnusement of tho children. Alii
Ether natural park that could easily
o converted Into a playground
would be tho ot situated hotwean
School nnd Kuaklnl streets, op tho
Nuunnu stream. The committee rec
ommended that this be purchased,
and as It would require very i little
additional cxponse to put It Into
good shnpc, they considered It a very
Tho suggestion mado by Judgo
Dole some tlmo back, to convert a
portion of Thomas Square, into an
athletic field for the McKlnley High
School, was Btrongly opposed by lac,
committee. ' Tho committee, how
ever, recommended that the wntcr-
front narks at the foot of Nuuanu
stree should be beautified by1 plant
ing ban) an trees. Other spots were
named In connection with a chain
of playgrounds for tho children, of
this dtv. one bclnc on tho Pauoa
stream and another In Kakuako.
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f LET THE FEET GROW
poiirtOY At the Mninmltv irnmn.
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Feb. 17) 1 n. m. Lnlo K. boloveiLl
vvlfo of W. M. Pomroy, aged fyrty
It Will Pay You
When in need of a medicino
to tone up the system, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
You'll agree that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay, It is for
Dyspepsia, Indigestion. Bloat
ing, BiliousBSM, Kidney Ills.
Insomnia' Nervousness, and
Malaria, Fever and Ague.
For sale by benson. Smith k Do-
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Oo, Ltd.:
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd.; IIIlo Drag
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
FOR SALE OR HIRE
RIQS OF ALL KINDS
agents for the Hudson, Chalmen-
Mtroit, Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Pieroe-Arrow.
Your machine will 'be ready for
ran when we say it will be. We
Bon't experiment on autos; we mail
ALEXANDER YOUTKi BUHDOril.
5 Telephone 5
C. H. ,BEHN has his new 7-seated
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streeta,
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
WHEELS, SPRINGS ' '
for your Automobile at
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
, J, W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire,, Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone 431
BATTERIES FOR AUTOMOBILES
1 and, 6 Amp.M to 80 VolU
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Harrison, Building, Beretania Street
Come and learn sarticulars at
Beretania St.. Opp. Sachs'.
U BLf u for naattanl
dltchtrfM, I nil tin mt loot,
Ifltwt iwmui, irniiwrai vw uirr(ionfl
iCI0IIIIUTI.Q.SM -""" -"- -
BW n .' BPffnt or BaUonom 1
Kuld br llrunlju.)
Cliculu koi .& ItaoW
W' CUIUS 'V
BUllllllW AaimkiuS 1. .V
Young man with knowledge of
stenography and bookkeeping, for
general olflco work. Apply "J.
II.", Ilullctln office
Everyone to ask for tho lllg Nickel
Tablet. "Tor sale at the Uullotlp
office and In stationery stores, tf
Clean wiping rags at Us Bulletin of
By joung Japanese, situation In
store. Good worker Small wngo
to start. ''A. II.", this offlca.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position First-class ref
erences. A('drcts "," Uutletln
Japaneso Cooking School. Famitlos or
noiciB suppueu wmi COOKS, u. JU.
Matzle, HG7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1564.
Coachman wants position to drlvo
nnd take care of horses. Ileet of
references. "S.", llullotln office.
Wanted, business man with IGOOO to
Invest In wcll-p.i)lng business.
Address "Security," Bulletin oUlco.
Phone 009 for Fred Novcs' Aew 1.j
7-passcnger Kissel Knr. Manuel
Souza, chauffour. Car No. 4S2.
For hire, soven-Bcatcd Packard;
phono Its. Tonng Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tf
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Bta.
Home Conanltinr. t-3 . m. lat-
unlays excepted. Operating, 8-11
a. m 3-B p. m.
S. E XUCAS,
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to It
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to II m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a.,m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables. 109: Res
idence, 1490. .
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor, Fort and Xing Sti.
Delivered to residences
and offloea at 88o pet
hundred la 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHART,
t IS) Merchant St.
LEADING; HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TUBR0, Specialist,
1164 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu, T. H. "
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Furnished cottage, thrco rooms, for
gentlemen S2S llerctnnla street.
Beach cottaga nt Diamond Head.
Address "N."," Bulletin office.
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.60, $2
per week. 1281 Fort St. tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. tlcConnrll. 1223 Erama St.
ROOMS AND BOARD,
Cool fHrnlahrd rooms find cottage,
with or without " board. 1034
Nuuanu Ave, near School St.
Prices moderate. 445U-tt
For sale, rait or lease, on or about
March 1, house of three bedrooms
(ctoeet n(I eaih), parlor, dining
room, pantry,, kitchen, bathroom,
electric lights and gas; large
chicken jard and house; servants'
quarters; on two enr lines; three
minutes' walk from Punahou line.
Coll at 1941 South King before 10
u. m , or after 4 p. m., for partic
The Transo envelope n time-saving
Invention. No addressing ncccs
rary In sending out hills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co ,
sole agents for patentee. tf
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Fort street, beautiful ferns, palms
and fruit trecN, Cut flowers nnd
set plecoH for funerals nt reason
able prlcre. 4543-1 m
Tho finest resldenco site In Honolulu,
In Its most exclusive district. A
bnrgnln. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J. James, Box G27, City.
For $200, household furniture. In
cluding n piano, In'a five-room cot
tage. Apply fourth house, Gan
dall Lane, off Emma. 4543-3t
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. Bargains la
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Fort St. 4494-tf.
Men's clothing on credit. $1 n week:
suit given a( once. Levy Outfit
ting Co, Sachs Bldg., Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship-
plug' books, at Bulletin office. tf
A fine No.
barred Plymouth nock
W. Knrl Vincent, Prof, of Music.
Lessons In Singing, Pianoforte,
Pipe Organ, etc. Studio, Knplo
IniiMIUlK.; room 17. Ties, 1634
Nuunnu Ave.; phone 1428.
Piano taught in 0 mos, 83 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
auun oegmners. aiusic, nuiiewn
Maunakea nenr Aul Theater. Call
up phona 897 If you want a cock,
good boy or aorvanU. '
MARIE .KENNY, from San Francis
co, uramauo rtiuuio, 176 uor
tenia. Phone 33.
fee 81n lee-Plumber and Tiaaadtk.
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and PauahlT
IL .MI HI I - . ,w,
P. H. BURNETT!
Com'r. of Deeds for California ul
.few York: NOTARY PUBLIC I
Great Marriage Licenses: Drawi
Vortgages. Deeds, Bills of Bale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 810.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures. Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro
jects, f none 149,
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
ISO Hotel St, Phone 218.
185 editorial rooms--250 busi
ness office. These are tht telephone
numbers uf tht Bulletin office.