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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONCDLTJ. T. It., THURSDAY,' JUNE 23, 1910
' CHIFFON AUT0M0BI1E VEILS Regular, $1.75; spe
INFANTS' KID SHOES Sizes 1, 2, 3. 4. Colon: Black,
White, Fink and Blue. Regular, GOc. a pair; special, 45c.
CHILDREN'S COTTON SOCKS Sizes 4 to 72. Colors:
Black, White, Pink, Blue and Red. Regular, 20c. a pair;
special, 2 pairs for 25.
FRANCONIA PILLOW CASES 42x38: Regular, 15c;
special, 10c, 45x30: Regular, 20c; special. 15c.
ALL-WOOL STRIPED SERGE Colors : Navy Blue, Me
dium Blue, Golden Brown. Regular, DOo. a yard; special,
65c. a yard. i
FINE ORGANDY White ground, with Pink, Blue,
Green and Lavender Flowers; 30 inches wide. Regular,
25c. a yard- special, 15c. a yard.
BEAUTIFUL TAPESTRY CUSHION COVERS 20x20
inches. Regular, 75c; special, 50c.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets Opposite Jire Station
mum wic stytum
GOOD .FOR THB APPETITE
Everybody knows that Calamus Root, Gentian Root and
Angustura Bark are excellent tonics very beneficial to
They are all contained in BITTERMEAD in Just the
right proportions to make "Good Digestion Wait on Appe.
tite and Health on Both."
The taste is odd not bitter, but bitter-sweet and agree
5c In Bottles-c. """
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS
Rycroft's Fountain Soda Works,
Best by test
Ask your Grocer for it
LOEB IS SATISFIED
WITH NEW SCALES
NEW YOUK, Juno 1. Collector
Wllllnm Loeb Jr. declared yesterday
- he was well satisfied with the new
putomatlc Government Bcales In
stalled on the do:ks ot the American
Sugar Refining Company In 4he
'Eastern District, 'if after thirty
idays' trial tho scales prove satisfac
tory the Government will purchase
-'twenty more and fiuve them fitted
lip ou all the docks where sugar Is
weighed. The Collector is confident
(hat through them all fraud will be
1-llmtnated. The scalo Is an electric
onethojncchanlsm being encased In
.a steel box. Weighers can not tarn
;ier with it, as the weight is rcgU
.tered on a tnpe and tliero Is no way
Ju which the record can be changed,
'ITTnJ VITT.INfJ MOBP.
PEOPLE THAN RAILWAYS
' CHICAGO, Juno G. Twenty-flve
persons have been killed and GG8
.injured In automobile accidents In
..Chicago since June i, mu, accoru
log to' a report submitted to Mayor
Husse by Walter J. Ilnymer, city
'track elevator superintendent.
Itaymer declares that motor cars
are becoming a greater menace to
human life in Chicago than railroad
.crossings. Since Juno 1 ot last year
there have Been 33 deaths at rail
.way crossings and 8G minor acci
dents. Crossing accidents are do
creasing, while motor accidents are
i PILES CURED IN 0 TO 14 DAYS.
i PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
; Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
i M days or money refunded. Made by
, PARI8 MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
j U. S. of A.
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and inquired ns 'o wlint ho could
do, "Dol" cried Mac; "why, boat
It out on tho steamer you came In
on. We don't want )ou hero .not
on your life."
Oliver was conducted on board
the steamer, and Ureckons wag on
hand to see that he went, too. The
captain asked what ho was to do
with Oliver, and was told that no
one cared much as long as the "bum"
was taken away.
The next scene Is laid in tho
Western Pacific, whero tho town of
Suva lied nmong tho cocoa nut groves.
The Canadian steamer reached tho
Garden of Eden and Mr. Oliver was
given tho tip to swim ashoro and
keep under cover till the steamer
sailed. John had heard so much
about the delights of KIJI that he
actually forgot to "bum" till the boat
Oliver's first net was to ''bum" sev
eral people and tell a hard. luck
story. He was so pathetic n sight
that a number of whIte-Bulted citi
zens came tnrough with money for
him. John bought a pair of shoes
and a hat and adjourned to the Club
Hotel, where he secured a room
after paying In advance. All was
well for a tew days and John cadged
enough cash to buy beer and food
Kour days after registering at tho
"pub,"' John started In to prospect
all the different roams of tho other
lodgers, und when ho had nnlthed
the tour he wax attired like n plant
er, white suit, helmet, shoes, cuff
buttons and everything even to an
umbrella were John's for the tak
Ing. Emerging from the "pub." John
strolled down tho street and calmly
engaged rooms at another hotel
wherq he had not to pay In advance.
His wonderfully improved appearand!
deceived the landlord and John was
happy as he sipped at his Scotch
Landlord number one had a terri
ble time with bis boarders till tho
barmaid remembered that she hart
seen John, attired like a prosperous
planter, going down the street. Then
Police Officer Josefa, who wears a
coat but no pants, was put on the
trail, and he, 'after a short hunt
located! Oliver, who at once beenme
very Indignant and tried to bluff tho
native constable. The Jig was up,
however, and John wag once more
lodged In what must now be like
home to him. The Fijian author!
ties arc determined to ship John
back to Honolulu or Vancouver next
steamer, and as Mcf)ufllo will be
waiting on the dock, It would seem
as If Oliver will onco more, reach
Canada, only to be sent back from
there again. John promises to rival
the Wandering Jew, und in a few
years will bo tho oldest officer, con
nected with the Union Steamship
I. Inc. The Marama, Manuka nnd
Makura will bo:ome old and, after
years of faithful service, be relegated
to the scrap pile, but not so John.
The old traveler will be transferred
to new boats as they nro built, and
as the undent captains are about to
retire or die, they will pas the
much; traveled one on to tbelr sue
The local police, will be on the
lookout for John in future, nnd tho
only-alternative to allowing him to
grow old on the mall steamers would
appear to"be the dropping of him
at Fanning Island after dark on
some voyage up or down.
The first aid to a weak
stomach, sluggish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best' It is for Indies
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; llllo Drus
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
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THE ORPHEUH BURNED
Orpheum Saloon j
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARI
Cream Pure Rye
L0VEJ0Y AND CO.
All the Go
" "BULL" CHNQER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
' Bottled by
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
Bulletin Business Office Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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economically Is to secure rpatorlat
from a borrow on the mauka side. It
Is tho present Intention to establish
a grade of Beven feet above low tide
level and to do this will require all
tho material In an additional strip
thirty feot wldo between the points.
Qere also plans tho construction of
two culverts In the'boach Btretch and
these with drains and the barrow pit
will act as a distributor of the water.
Work has already began on the
south end of tho proposed road be
tween stations one and twelve.
The strip to bo acquired by the
county lias an approximate length of
poo feet. Tho county Is at liberty
to enter Into a contract 'at 'once and
take tho material needed for road con
struction. Tho completion of this section of
the beach road will doubtless prove
a boon to hundreds of persons wIiobo
business brings them on tho other
side of the Island. This Btretch of
highway Is one that Ib much dreuded
by autolsts who baretofofo liavo been
obliged to drive their machines
through anywhere from a foot to
eighteen inches of seu water.
Superintendent W. T. I'opo
(a) "Tho Sky-Lark Song".-....
....i... Henry K. Hartley
(b) "Wlrtd of tho Sea"
Address w.Hon. W. O. Smith
la) llarcarollo...Adolpho Fischer
(b) Oavotte . ..,.
..Carl Uohn. Op. 214, No. 3
Presentation 'of Diplomas
Principal Edgar Wood
Chorus "Almighty Lord"
,..!,.. PIctro Mnscagnl
The member,,) of the graduating
;lass who wllhrocelre' diplomas this
evening are lAUtile M. Wong, Henri
etta Smith, Mlchle .Tannka, Edwin
K. Lindsay, Helen K. Cnthcart, Han
nah K, Cu mm lugs, David K. Kalaau,
Mary A. Orote, Verglnlo Ar Car
vallio, Angellue F. 811 va, Helgn A.
Wlknndcr, Eleanor K. Wilcox, EIU.
nbeth II. Chnug, a race Y. Chang,
Maud N. do Ilrettevlllc, Hedwlg S.
Otrcmha, Elizabeth L. llecn Eliza
beth II. Desha, Tokle Mlamoto, An
nabello D, Lowj Annie Napier and
John J. Pavao.
(Spoclal to tho flu I lot In)
llllo, Hawaii, Juno 20. Deuutjr
Sheriff Lewis of Kohala district wus
last week nrrestcd on n charge ot
drunkenness on n warrant sworn to
by Munagor Wutt of Kohala planta-
nun. ilia mat udwb Ul luu uuilir will
received by Sheriff Pua in a letter
from Captain of Police Chas. K. Ku
nane .of Kohala, as follows:
"John O, Lewis was arrested hero
last Wednesday, Juno 9, on a chargo
of 'drunkenness,' on a warrant sworn
to by Geo. C. Wntt, manager of tho
Kohalu Sugar Company. Tho caso
came up for hearing on June 10, nnd
wis continued until Wednesday, June
There hud for somo time past been
reports to the effect that tho behavior
or the Deputy Sheriff was not quite
consistent with his position, and Sher
iff Pua took the Muuna Kca last Fri
day for Kohala In order to mako u
In ilio meantlmo it appears thai
Lewis appeared In court and made u
public apology, promising to mend his
ways and ''never to do It again." This
satisfied the prosecuting parties, und
a nolle prosequi wus entered.
We are selling Suits for
that' are remarkable values. They
possess enough high class tailoring
to place them in the high grade
class in our line. At that price
. we feature as our strongest leader
our "TRUE BLUE" SERGE, which
we guarantee to hold its color or
. r r r r r r r M
FINE DICKENS PROGRAM.
Mr, Spealght will give his lust re
cital of tho second series at f! o'clock
tonight at tho Kllohana Art League
hall. The program chosen will lie
of a miscellaneous character, chosen
front various books, riiostly, llowevifr,
from "The Pickwick, . Tapers," nnu
tho whole program will be 'entirely
fresh to Mr. Spealght's Honolulu
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYINO CO., LTD.
QUEEN ST.. NEXTEO: INTER - ISLAND CO.'S OFFICE
In All modern Treatments
;; for Regaining- Health
Pi ays the most Important Part
Improper food is usually the main cause of various
aches and ails and proper food is needed to correct them
, 185 editorial rooms 250 bu''
nets office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin olfice.
SPECIAL MUSICAL JUBILEE
Tho program for tho evening moot
ing at the Salvation Army tonight
promises a lively time, like tho pro
verbial cup of tcalwhlch ''Cheers and
not Inebrljes." , ','.'."'
Adjutant J. J. Lewis will havo chargo
at tho out-door's meeting and Inside
Captains Niolson and Styles, Lieu
tenant Nelson, a good soloist with
Envoy "Happy Jimmy" Malloy who Ik
bubbling over with Irlth nits, well help
to makujhlngs lively and Interesting,
Adjutant llryant, who bus Just re
turned from two weeks' furlough will
preside, nt the piano und lend her
cheer to tho occasion,
Adjutant Lewis, Cupt. Styles and
Limit, Nelson leavp for Maul on to
morrows Claudlue. t
"Par Sale" cardj at Uulletln...
is, not only a great help for
correcting trouble, but for avoid
It is predigested pure food and
contains the elements Nature
demands for rebuilding the
gray filling in Brain and Nerve
Centers. ', ' ,
Read "The Road to
Wellville" in pkgs. '
'There's a Reason1
Henry May & Co.,
BLOOD KILLS GERMS
flood Wood Made Ty Good food
If ono can surely turn food Into good
red blood It will combat nnd conquer
dlseusu more times than disease will ' '
Any 'phyrlclnn know that good '
blood nnd plenty of It Is tho best germ- -
icldo known nnd fcuroly nnd surety
cures dlsvaso when medicines fall.
One ot tho many Illustrations Is that
of tuberculosis, which retimes to yield, ,.
to medicine but miut glvo way to
good blood. A man from Philadelphia
"I huo been fighting tuberculosis ,,
for somo years, and with n woak stom
ach was losing ground slowly every
)ar. I'had rled many kinds of medi
cine without rotlof, and finally got so
that my stomach, liver kidneys, boweW
and lungs wero affected.
Jly stomach would retain nd fool
but peptonized milk and I was down
to 90 lbs. In weight. The dectors said
about two years ago that I hud but a
month or two to llvo,
Abouf that tlm l wus put on a rape- .
Nuts and cretim. It agreed from tho
stait und In a few days 1 began to fool , ,
Increased strength, so I -kept on, with
the result that tho healthy blood has
driu'ii the dlsvaso from eery organ
of my body oxcept tho lungs nnd is
slowly driving It from them.
I hnvo gained greatly in ltalltyand
strength and added -9 lbs. to my
weight. If I cau keep on as 1 huvo
been, it seems clear that I will cot
entirely well, thanks to old Ilamo Nat.
ure whoso work woa made posilble Ijy
Grape-Nuts food which 1 could digest."
"There's a Hcason" .JJi