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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., TUESDAY, APIl. 12, 110.
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ter Sizes. All others limited you to full
and half sizes; but REGALS provide the
one-quarter and three-quarter sizes in between.
REGAL SHOE STORE
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The fact that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague. '
For sale by Denton, Smith ft CO.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; HIlo Drag
Co.; and at all .Wholesale Liquor
Th Victor Talking
BEBGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD,
LKAU1NO HAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
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1154 Fort Street,' Opp. Convent
. Honolulu. T. H,
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V . . . .. A
"THE THREE OF US"
WELL RECEIVED liy
"Tho Three of Us'1 wan given' n
first night at tho Opera House. Init
night, and It was characterlatlc nf
nil the flrtt nights, ilrawlng the
usual crowd and natlsfylng it with
what from Its title would give one
the Impression that It was a comedy
they were going to seci when It
turns to be a drama with many pa
thetic scenes throughout.
The piece calls for- some heavy
work In many places that would try
the ability of any actor, but thoto
of the Mcllno company seem to make
good In everything they have put on
since they have been here.
Margaret Oswald and Kdlth El
liott havo 'parts that call for the
best' there Is In them, and there Is
certainly no disappointment felt
when the curtain drops for the last
Louise Melrose has Just the part
that fits her Ih "Tho Th'reo .of Us."
She does not try to bo funny, nnd
there Is just where she 'mnkes the
hit. She Is perfectly natural.
George Webb', the new leading
man, should bo given another trial
In a different play before criticism
Is made on his ability, lie certain
ly did not come up to expectation
last night; still there arc many real
excuses tor him. It was his first
appearance In n new city, before
new people, and In a new play with
a now company. There seemed io
be n certain nervousness nbout him
that he could not rhnke oil, and he
carried It cleaV through the play.
Ilia lines were spoken too rapidly In
There need nothing be said of
Charles Royal and the way he car
r.led his part through. He Is good
any, plnco Ih a cast.
Following Is tho cast:
Mr. Stephen Townley... .Geo. Webb
Louis Ilcrcsford Ivan Miller
Clem McChesney Orimth Wrar
Tweed lllx Chas. Royal
Lorlm'er Trenh'olm... .James Dillon
Hop Wing Frank. Howe
.Magglo Louise Melroso
Mrs. Blx Kdlth Elliott
Bonnie McChesney' Miss Rhodes
Rye McChesney. . .Margaret Oswald
' e s e
m a mmmi
Several Changes Have Been Hade ati!
ark' uood names Assured ion
Next Sunday, If tlie weathor
keeps dry during the week, the Dia-
mond Heads and J. A. Cs. will play
the fourth game of tlidc1-series at'
the Athletic Park. The diamond isj
being fixed up nnd all the hoot,
marks and holes made by the horses
of the riding school will be filled up
and leveled oft. The riding school
Is now pau at the park, and the
ground will have a cbanco.
The platform for. the tug-of-war.
which had such bad luck, has been
removed, and the baseball field Is
b ginning to assume a businesslike
aspect. When the umpire calls
"Play ball" on Sunday nftornoon
there should.be something like the
oldtlme crowd present In the grand
stand and bleachers.
Another Innovation will be the re
moval .of the press box from below
the grandstand to a posltlbu near
.tho scorers box. This will be n
great deal bettor than the present
scribes' quarters, und In future tho'
sporting writers will no ume toscrio
bo In comfort without having a
shower of peanuts and soda water
drippings to doflge all the time, Both
refreshments are all, right in their
proper place, but a reporter's hat
and best suit are, hardly tho plnco,
to deposit, the debris, j
The Muliocks and Asahts will play
the preliminary game, and the two
mlnorTeams are getting better every
timo they appear. Sunday should
be spent at the Athlotlo Park, where
good ball can be seen.
DOTS AND DASHES.
There was a two-rnllo bicycle race
at Kaplolant. Park Sunday and two
riders facod tho starter. Harry Oil
man nnd M. J. Lewis kopt close to
gether for most of tho journey, but
tho former rider shot nhcad at tho
finish nnd won rather, easily. Tho
time for tho two miles was G minutes,
20 8Cfonds,,anil as tlio track was not
In good order tho flgures are goou
All the grammar schools of the
city, with the exception of Puna-
houi haVe slgulfled .tholr Intention
of .entering tho grammar school ath
let'lc league. The matter has been
taketr up with Principal Krlttr ot
the Puuahom Preparatory School and
It Is Hoped that he will see fit to
enter his school In the league.
TOTCintE'A CtN.0 in oheday
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets, AH druggists refund
the money if it falls to cure.
E. W.; Grove's signature is on
each box i,
PARIS UCD1UNB CO, St. Uuis, ll,8,.
AT LOS. ANGELES
Th Patient Suffered Terrible Af on,
Fingers Were Swollen to Twice
Their Normal Site and
Even the Heart Was
The cut? ol Mrs. K. M. Bowie, of Xo.
., ttti.i t t . t t..i. i
of a very severe raw of rlieumatNm li
tmiicieruv reason wny any miirrer oi un
diseam sliouM irfvn Pr. Williams' link
1'ilN a thorough trial, flhesajsi
"As a rciMilt nf several attacks of the
grip, I was final! left In such a conill
tion that I fell a victim ol tnllammatorv
and miKouiar rlrtimatim. The attack
came on mtiMenly ami scttlril in my
arms, sliouMera and .limbs from the knees
down to the fivt. My heart soon Im-ame
aCTectoil. I w ohllgeil to go Ui bctl as
soon as t wa taken sick'aml for over two
months Ittas helpless.! Tho pains were
terrilite aiiil drew my arms up.tirlit to
ny sMe. My lingers were swollen to
nearly twice, tlnlr natural site ami, I
roulcl not nirk mi mr liandkerclilef even
i rouiun i ico i tiijwii or iicar io nave
the sliccU, tnucli me. Jty feet were
iollcii and aoro anil cave mr great pain,
I hail terrible pains In my liesd nhicli
the doctor said were rheumatic and there
Were frequent pains In my back.
. ".My home was In Canada, anil a doc
tor from Toronto trratnl mo for over a
year. Then 1 gradually rtoppctl Using
lil. medicine until I quit entirely. I was
able to get up from the lied for av. few
minutes only and hail to bn helped In
everything I did. While in this condi
tion, a friend urged me to try Dr. Wil
liams' l'ink l'illa. In a few days I
noticed they were helping my back, Tho
rheumatic trains began to go away and I'
felt better generally. 1. improved so'
much that-1 wasahle to sew-and Anally
was, able to do all my Imusoitork. I
have been In tho text of health since
taking Dr. Williams' l'ink rills and ran
recommend them very highly for rheu-
If jou havo failed to get Miff .from
your rlieiimMi.ni, you cannot afford to
neglect giving tlico blood-making pills a
l)r. Williams' rink l'illa liavo also
cured antrmia, Hilorosls, general debility,
alterlTwcts of thu grlti.and .fe-eri and
aliould lw gien ai trial wherever a tonic
(or the blooil and nerres Is nrcded Our
looklct, "Diseases, of the Wood," I
bo seiitfree upori reque't.
Ir. Williams- I'miM'iii am sold liy
uniggtvs, or will lie rent, postpaid; on
rrreint of nriiv. frO. rents tier box! six
boxes .for fi.M, by tlw llr. Williams
Mrdiriiio Company, A-licnertadv, K. Vj
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
JuM opposite UoUl St. Fond
European Plan S1.B0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
. Steel and brick structure,, furnish-'
Ings cost $300,000. , High class hotel
, atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans
ferrlnr allover city; Omnibus meets'
all trams and steamers. Send tor
' booklet' with map of San Francisco.
" Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
and a glass of beer at
will send you home without, a
trace of that tired feeling.
C. J. McCARTilY., Proprietor
Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets
TAKE A RUN DOWN TO
HALEIWA THIS WEEK
will give' you a two days' trip, with
carriige rides to the pineapple and
sugar plantations ana a return via
iahiawa. - t
Sachs Block, Fort nnd Beretania Sta,
trine lurmsnea, rooms, y i per aay
$1,0 and upward per month. Bplen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELLaProp.
Fint-Clats Familv Hotel
Best Bathinc on the Beach
. W. C BERQIN,. Prppv -,
1129 Fort St.
PINE- ROLLS ANDBUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BDSTON BROWN BREAD.
Bint; up 197. I
Everyone to know that the Wol
pahu Kxchange, at Walpahu,
serves the best of liquor refresh
ments at Honolulu prices. When
motoring to Halelwa, vary the
monotony by calling on us; IV
only a ten-mlnute run from the
main road. 4589-lm
Stenographer Permanent position.
Beginner with thorough knowl
edge of shorthand and typewrit
ing might be accepted. Address,
stating qualifications and salary
expected,- "803," Bulletin office.
Party with capital wishes to buy in
terest in mercantile business in
which he can take active part.
Address "Capital," this office.
By married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; not over S2G.
Address "H.". Bulletin office.
Three or tour-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
, Bulletin. 4G72-tf
Second-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Bulletin.
Clean wiping rag at Ua Bnllttla ot-
Young man want clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," Bulletin
Young lady cashier, American; tem
porary position; 2 to 3 months.
Address "333." Bulletin office.
A Boston bull pup, from 144G Ke
wnlo street. Reward paid If re
turned to the above address or to
Dr. M. K. Grossman's offlce, Ala-
kca street. 4G84-tf
Phone 6 and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyea' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
,Chaa,a.Ilqynold.. - .4G4.0-.tf
If litBf KeePl(iaber and Tikiaitk,
Hmlth St.'. bet. Hotel and Pauakt.
SYDNEY F. HOBBN XKonlgllcbes
, Conservatorlum der Muslk, Lelp;
zlg) Piano (Technique 'and V0r-
i trag), Singing and Voire ProdUO
tlon. 169 Beretania streot, corner
. of Unlom Phone 22. 4584-lm.
W. Karl' Vincent
rot.' of Music wessons In Singing,
Pianoforte. Pine Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplo'iani Bidg,'; room 17.1
Res., 1634 Nuuanu: Ave.; phone
Dr. F. SCHIRMANN
Corner Union and Beretania sKa.
Honje Conwltins 1-3 v. m. UX
orday excepted. Operating-, 8-11
a. m., s f, m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best lensei in town to fit
every eye: V
A. B, BOWAT, D. Y. B.
HOURS Club. Biablei; 10 a. m,;
to. 12. m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence ::
S to10 a. m.: 1. to,3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in lUe hands of such
1 fe Co.,
113 HOTEL ST.
Beach cottage at Diamond Head;
Address "N.", Bulletin offlce.
Cottage, Vineyard street; 7 rooms;
$20. Apply 148G Emma.
Two furnished room. Apply J re
D. McConnell, 1323 Emma Bt.
Three furnished rooms for men. 828
Beretania street. 4r,9u-6t
Housekeeping rooms; Cottago drove.
Phone 1087. 4G8G-tf
Furnished room and board; 1712 S.
King street. 4683-tt
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished room and cottage,
with or without board. 183
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipt. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
8ix-room furnished house; modern
In every respect; $60 per month.
Beretania street, near Punabou.
'"K.'K.", this offlce. 4672-U
Diamonds and jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
- . ; 4G74-U
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping' books, at Bulletin offlce. M
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Dldg., Fort St
lapanes Employment Assocktioa,
Maunakea near Asal Theater. Call
up phone 697 It you want a cock,
, good bpyor servants, , w
For Good Furniture
Chas. R. Franier
fcM 371; 12 Xinrr M.
, , , WE USE
In Oar Cream
Special care to keeo
it cold nnd protect it
from contamination u
inn ample keeping
THE 'POND DAIRY.
fanufatttirter from tmr HsIU Wa
ter. Delivered U any part of elty ky
1 ICE AN! ELiCTIIC CO.,
Kwl Teleohefi MSi
Delivered to reUai
susl ofloM at W i
honanel la 10-lk. Utt
W. O., lARNHART.
1M Merchant .
All the Qo
"BULL" OINOER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
Bottled by -V
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co,
ISO Hotel St. Phone 218,
TUNINQ GUARANTEED ,