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EVBNINO ntll.t.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. WEtlNKBDAY, SRI'T. 7. 1010.
are especially exposed to the clangers of female organic
disorders. Lydia U. l'inkham's Vegetable Compound has
enabled thousands of girls to hold their positions.
I Read what this girl says:
I'imv 1'aWi DIIcli. "I Miif fcrril ti-rrlhly from friuulc Ills, liirliiil
InjT liifhiiiiiiititloii anil 'iiii;i'Htloii, for scwrul jeiirs. My doctor
Aiilil thorowin no hopufor mi! lull uu operation. I begun tnlclntf
l.villu K. I'lnlchnm's Vouetnlilo Cuiiiiioiintl, uuil 1 euu uuwwy
I am well." Kmiuii Draper.
And this girl:
Inilliinupolls, Iiul. "I suffered from nscvcrq fcinole wealt-li-t
and tint so lmil that 1 liellee I uiiulil liuvuuieil If 1 liud
not obtained relief noon. One tloi-tor said no thine; would cure
me but an operation.
"My mint advised mo to try l, ilia 15. IMiikliitin's Vecctalilo
Coiupoiiud in It hud done no much (,'ood for her. I did and
found It tube the rlirht iiiedlelue to cure female troubles und
build up the MMeui, and I urn now In better health than 1 ever
expected to be." llesslo V. IMper, 1M S. Addison St., Judlan
upolN, I ml.
Is it not reasonable to suppose that a medicine that did
so much for these girls will do the same for any other girl
who is suffering with the same troubles?
These testimonial letters are the genuine and truthful
statements from honest people.
Does it not seem the only sensible thing to give such a
medicine at least a trial ? You may be sure that it can
do you no harm, and there is lots of proof that it will do
you much good.
For. 'JO yonrs Lyillii U. Plnkhnin's Vojretiihlo
Compound Imim been the standard remedy for
female Ills. No sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from routs und herbs, und
has thousands of cures to its credit. '
RnOlrs. IMiikhnm Invites nil Mick women
WV to write her for advice. Shu has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. lMtikluuu, Iiyun, Muss.
THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEOPLE
SUMMER IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT
Make it Cool and Comoinfortable by Initallini; an
The Hawaiian Electric Co,, Ltd,
Short Stories For Evening Hours 1
FROiyi LUCILE'S DIARY
1 determined riithor suddenly tout
week to go out to the Lokeslde Inn.
where Iluth Illlchey nnd her mother
are passing the summer. I thought
a few days In the country would he
'very restful a lid refreshing.
Huth, who uiwny.s like to parade
any llulg popularity she ha, wrote
me recently about the delightful
iliuu she wan having playing tennis
with a .Mr. Carl Hates. So when 1
tvent out 1 naturally wished to take
a tennis rucKet with me. Unfortu
nately the one I had Inst year U
urukeii und us Winner I.vu hinted
that he Intended bringing me a
luoket from the Kast 1 did not wlah
to go to the extravugance of buying
one. Accordingly, 1 decided to take
'It's n very good racket even If It
l old," I said appreciatively, when
at my, request Hetty brought hers
down to our house.
"It's not very old," she said. "It's
ouiy three years ago that, I won it
at the lllrchwood Club touruument."
' "It's awfully sweet of you to let
(lie take It," I replied.
"Who plays tennis here?" I ask
ed, after receiving the surprised
greetings of Huth, for I had not an
nounred my coming.
"Mr. Hates and I have been play
lug singles," Iluth answered, "hut
there Is n young hoy here who plays
a fair game and will 1111 In for dou
bles." "That'R good," I exclaimed. "Hut
Jluth, dear, you'll have to let me
have the best player for my partner,
because you. are In ninth better prnc
tlse.tiBJi.l anu" ...,,. . .
(i .Vhjeii juV.'riatrJ 'niij7 1 benfjl
awl! her jojiiij'partnJJi; 4wu set
Iluth," I nntwcied, loyally. "I'd
rather take a walk or go out on the
The evrtilng dinner was over when
Mr. Hates and 1 returned from our
charming row, during which we ex
plored n dlBtant bay that I had espe
cially desired tu see. Although I
went to the trouble of picking n
bunch of water lilies for Mrs, lilt
chle, she and Iluth treated mn so
coldly Hint I made up my mind It
would be no pleasme for me to stay
at Lakeside with them. So when
Mr. It.itisi mentioned that he Intend
ed leaving for town In tho early
morning I asked to be allowed to
drive to the station with him and
go on the same train. He seemed i
pleased with this arrangement, nnd
wejrot on famously together. Ill
deed, 1 like htm very much nud am.
feeing a lot of him.
As soon as Hetty heard that I wasj
home she cunie over for her racket..
"Your racket!" I repeated. "Why,
the fact Is, Hetty, dear. 1 left Unke-
sldei so hurriedly that I forgot to
pack some of my things. However,
Huth will send them to me. I'll
wlro her tonight."
Hetty snld nothing, but tho way
she looked made me regret taking
the racket she had almost forced
upon mo. Iluth sent It by express
the next day with a noto saying that
It had lint Improved hy a night In
the rain. She said she found It the
morning I left on the grass whero
I had dropped It at the end of our
tennis sets, The hotel people were
very cnrclcss to leave It there. It
must have been a poor rncket, for
tle frumo was warp II and the
stringing was quite .ruined Just hy
one .night's bliower.
1 Afojher suggests Hiatl'glvo Hetty
tlie beautiful new racket Wlsner I.ea
I line Just brought me from New York.
love Ilutli seemed rather' put out.
"I ddn't taro tr'plny nny-moreio- ot-ourse, 1 shall not bo. so erudo
drty." she announced when I urged n that. I have to own to myself
hey to try another Bet. "I'm golng'that my dear mother Is somewhat
to my room to rest beforo dlnner."i lacking In a knowledge of what Is
"Dear mol" I remarked, as she good form,
left us. "I don't see how any ono, aw an advertisement of n salo
ran bear to waste any of this lovely, of rnckots today, nud I think I shall
June day In resting. I want to en-, lie able to get Hetty ope at n tea-
Joy every minute."
Mr. Hates smiled and nsked:
"Would you enre to play slnglos?"
"Oh, no, don't let's play .without
sonable price. Not being an expert
player any moic It would be useless
for her to have one of the expensive
, 11II.0, Sept. G. IIIlo yesterday en
Joyed u Utbor Day celebration which
was quite creditable. Tho firemen
nnd tho Labor Union had nrranged
between them to havo a parade, und
tho showing they niailo was a very
good ono. Tho parude assembled at
Fireman's Hall, and ut u little after
10 o'clock the -procession sturted, go
ing to Mooheau l'urk by way of Front
street, und returning hy. way .of l'o
nohawul und Pltnmif street, marching
on to the Armory.
The Hllo band, led tho procession,
playing martial airs on the way. It
was followed by the Ijibor Union,
most of the members wearing dark
coats with white trousers, und with
Ilium lets around their necks. Tho
Union curried u Huwullun nud an
American banner, the hitter being u
gift from Sheriff Sum Iuu.
The van of the intrude wus tuken hy
the firemen, Chief Johnnon riding In
state In it carriage, followed by some
of tho boys on foot, with the engine,
drawn by horses, In the rear. Tho
Mremen woro their new bright red
The pnrudcrs wound up their
march at tho Armory, whero they took
purt In- u luuu given by tho Keuulkeu-
EGG WITHIN AN EGO.
Exhilaration, Enjoyment and
Spirits are t:he '
Laughter of the
In this climate where one is inclined to
he languid there is need, of a tonic that
sets the whole mechanism oh man at
work, producing healthful activity and
giving a lilting, strengthening force.
With its invigorating influence and
the blessed gift of slumber and mental
balance, PRIMO BliliR will give cour
age for any undertaking, and obstacles
will seem but a joyous test of energy.
THE HOME BEER .
MmTj m M m W m.
The Beer That's Rrewed
TocSuit The Oinioie
11 VAN I'L.l.VSTO ST.UIT
(lltllAT II.VNKINU 1I(II!.SI
Willi UN S'oiih Kluaiirlr" May llluil
the Ureal Ciiiiiern of Hie .Miri:nii.
NKW YOllK. August 2V TIioiiihi
I". Ityan und his sons, Allan and I'len
dcnln, are preiaring to enter the Held
of private bunking to compete with
such houses Its Hpe.ver & Co., Kuhn,
Ixieh & Co. and perhaps, In rourRO of
time, with J. I'. .Morgan. & Co. That
report wiis Btnrtiil.- today In W'ull
street through u man (o whom, llynn
had broached the subject with tho
Idea of enlisting him In the circle of
men of wealth. ' I
With his enormous fortune, his
great Income from the American To
bacco monopoly and other trusts ho
practically owns and his large Inter
ests In tho Hank of Commerce, It Is
believed' ItyaU.fcould lay the founda
tion for n Iioiibo 'thaf would bn'second
to nono hut that or Morgan & Co. Ono
of tho principal objects of llyau's re
cent trli to Europe, It was said today,
wus to perfect arrangement fur
European connections, which such an
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
WKSTKHLY, II. I., Aug. 14. Clark
Hathhun, Westerly's weather wizard
und poultry raiser, recently discover
ed In his henynrd an unusually larg
egg. Clark gets funcy prices for his
eggs, ns )ivy urn always fresh, und
In addition' lid feedVjils. lions 'selected
food, As n matter of uniform ico
iiniiiy. Im makes lt-.ti'flimellf.i)f rev
lutulng for homo ronsumpllou till eggs
that would . appear to havo ilouhlu
This paitleuhir egg was snvod.
When Mrs. Iliilhhuu luokn It In tho
trying pun the next morning hht dls
roveicd two eggs, both peifert, nud
one within Hid nlher. Tho hell of
tho limldo egg was hard und Hm 'i
of the nvciaHH egg. Tllu nuli'l' '
wus eaten by ri.nk hii' hi t'lik fust,
while llin Inner uuu wus pli'id nui"
fully In thu luibkul with tho siilulilu
"I minium ynii'iH imo of IIhwu i)um
HlHl HMM'll Vtfl imllll, If) rfU If il'K
iiiyr wkhi I'm nui J inu?l) U i m
ir wt t" -vmiilh
IIILO, Sept. G. Genial Nou Alult,
who wus nt ono time tho power be
hind the throne In the nffulrs of the
County of Hawaii, has been heard
from, and In tho very near future his
liundKoma presence will ugain grace
the streets of Hllo.
County Attorney Ileors lust week
received u letter from Altill. It wus
dated Aug. IS, and was written on the
stationery of the steumshlp St. Paul.
but there was no Indication ns to
where the vessel might havo been
when tho letter was written. Tho
County Attorney by exercising the In
genuity which he bus had trained In
his legal practice, locuted u post
mark of the envelope of which thu
letters "Sou" were llglblo. It Is there
fore surmised thut the letter wus
mailed from Seuttle,
Regarding his plans Altill .writes us
follows: "Will be homo during the
curly purt of next month, und will
then decldo what to do,"
It Is possible thut Alull will enter
the pollticul arena, seeking the nom
ination for some olllce on tho Kcpub
llcun ticket, most probably that of
DEAF CAN HEAR
ON PIKE'S PEAK
But When He Oescends He Finds
That He. Is Afflicted As Before
COLORADO ,81'ltlNOB. Aug. H. -Tho
summit of Plko's IVnk. whoso
altitude Is 11,147 feet nlmvo the sea,
has estnhllshcd a new record In Its
effect oil ICilvtaYdll. llnlney. n Chicago
delegoto td the World's Connross of
tho UeHf,,-hlcli.)ias, Just ended hero.
He was born deaf and has remained
ilenf dining his folly years -of llfy.
'(lo on Tike's I'onk lain today In
company with nlher delegates u ihmmi
llur biuillng In his ears gave his face
an expression of hnwlhleriiieni Ho
eitlillilueil that ho hoard sound A
rompiinloil enuiM'luli'il n fipv words
when Ihilnoy signalled that he hounl,
iililmiiKh lio t'oiihl not I'lassifv touuils
Into wiiiiIh. He IiimikI Hit iiiiimi o(
liiunpliiK Mini I'lihti'iNuMuii mill an im
glue iuhI llmill) Hie liniiing of u
hiiriu wil h siinili'il him
, lliiliiny iiwM'i'iuii'ii hii i ii 1 1 ti I
IuwiIhk It'fl lilMl 'St MuiiU'oi sOnu
IVt Mow, hf hus u ilum ii nm
li'i'fMj II M 1 1 f f I ) 'ir Miifi
D oliver ios strictly on. schedule
Selection of dates by order of sale
The Verdict of America-:
If; it's built by Chalmers it's built right"
Douloi'H iii Motor Oiirw
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