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nVHNINO nULLKTlN, HONOLULU, T. II, TUESDAY, DEC. 0, 1910.
In the very la'esfdesigns, nnd
the lnigcst assortment ever
Of the best innkes for Indies
nnd Gents. In prices to suit
I f Silverware
Thnt will be the pride of any
-Mint will make the best of holi
We will be plenscd to show you
anything in the lines canted. ...
J. A. It. VIEIRA
115 Hotel St.
Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in Kaimuki
During the Last
After writing- Ads on Kai
muki, we have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district
on the market, But hushl
We couldn't have done it if
the property had not been all
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stuff wc have been writing.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
nonTV VKAItS AiiO nlmoit every mother tliotilil her clilM mutt have
1 IMirc-worlo or laudanum to mako It Mci-p. Tllrso tlrujrn will pnflm-n sh-ci.
nnd nfow drop ton iiiuiiy will produco (Iiq sleep from ulilch Uivra l
no Wltklllt;. Many nru tho chlMrim who liavo boon killed or wliiwo health hie
been ruined forllfo by parefiorlc, laudanum and morphine, rneh of which la a
narcotl'i iiroiluct of opium. UruK(jMs nro prohibited Irom wiling either of tho
nurcollm named to chlhlrvn lit nil, or to anybody without labeling them
"poison." Thodellnltlouof "tiarcollo" It: "A medicine which relieves pain
amlprotlucct ttcep, but ichlch in jwisonoiu dotes jirwlucct itiijmr, coma, convul
elona and death." Tho tnsto nnd smell of medicines containing opium nro dis
guised, and bold under the. names of "Dropi," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups."
etc You should not penult any medicine, to bo given to your children without
you or yo'ir physlalau know of what 11 Is composed. Ciialurlu ilocs not con.
Tim J j?tf--:-' " K"riuilr'Rriniliio
I mi ill it ro oT W'7&Zv&, ',i.t..i..
Physicians1 Recommend Castorla.
"I Oiul jewr Cuiorl It ttf UticOcW In tho
treatment of ckllilnu'i allmclil, "
Y. 1)ati, M. II ,
"t olijrft lo what aro calUti pal-nt muttclnfa,
ht tv tnnki r al.'tic Lmma n Ml Mull I nt In lliem,
but I ki!tiw1ticfrtnnUnr)mirCMiil.UAii'la(lfta
ltaurolnrtcrrnMa. I Jiiilolllo Ija Tcr uaa
lul, M Well aa hanukia famll ninllclni'.'
N. 11. Iiiih, M. I) ,
JJruuUf n, N. Y.
"lharo frequently I'rwrllKil (Vp'oHa fnr com
moa alhucuu uf chlMrui Itli p-t n -ulta."
W. A. OUNUIU., M I).,
lluCiIo, N. Y.
"A the faUurnf tlilrntn ctililrcn I rrtalnly
know anmcllilnir almut yetir i;rit luriltctno ami.
aMfl from in own family cip rlii ir, I harp. In
wyyearacif pracllie, fousi Cif tor l A twpular and
V. J. McCiuku, M. 1).,
ChildrcnlCry for Fletcher's Castorla.
hi Use For Over 30 Years.
THI tlltAUM tMfi
PI1 W II'IHI iH'i1' linBTI
Evening Gowns and Wraps. Laces and Silks
J. Abadiq. Prop. 777 KINO ST.
' No Branches
For Street Wear
hunt, niinle on (he new
Minrt Viimp liiisl. An
cvri'llcnt hlme fur nut'
St)li.o. 11 .117 $
IicmiI, ni.iiln on 'the new
short Mimp last it lib Hits
ihi-e lilllng dull kid top.
A lrrj sljllsh hliiio fur
SI) If o. II .-u.- Jj5
S 4EP REED SCO
limit, made on the new
hTAHi: MST nllli Him
short rim lid tor ami miiiiII
lng lip. nv VurkM
hi lest full.
Sljle .(i. II .VIS $5
limit, extra high nllli i:t
This limit hint a white
crnieiul upper. Very
dress) mid eas) to clean.
SHOE CERTIFICATES MAKE GOOD XMAS PRESENTS
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
. 1051 Fort Street
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL
ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give us your
orders for Xmas deliveries. Phone 1861
ALOHA BATH HOUSE.
School of Physical Culture.
Ladies' Men's nnd Children's
classes, Hours: a, m, to 10 p. m,
and Pi'vatc Instruction. '
FRESH HAWAIIAN CREAM
From cows certified as absolutely healthy, and bottled un.
der the most sanitary conditions.
For sale by, at rate of $1.00 per quart:
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. J, M. LEVY & CO.
0. J, DAY & CO.
Of nil the Miitiunl rc.ituiej of which
Honolulu may proudly Ihi.ibI, It U
i.ife to declare that the IndcrnllR.thla
tfTorlH or the ImhI order of i:ik In
the nutter of making Washington's
lllithday f.immis will far oxcecd,
next year, anything pievlotisly at
tempted. All who got n Klltnp-.e of last ) ear's
performance hy the lllks In this city
are nwaro of the fact that nothing of
the. kind was ever drought oft In this
Tho greatest entlmnhmm prevails,
and nil efforts arc combined for a
triumph In tho matter of surprising
entertainment to which thcro can bo
mado no comparison with things
This Is nssured hy tho earnestness
nnd Improved Ideas, tho develop
ments of n ear, shown hy tho ardent
workern of tho great order of Klks,
which has for Its main object tho
betterment of tho community In
which It Is such an acllvo factor and
President Taft himself, It Is hoped,
will open the carnival on tho night
of rehruary 21 hy a cablo dispatched
The Pond Dairy . -Phone 2890
Tho persuasive powers of a present
depends to a great extent upon Its
practicability, especially when tho re
cipient of tho gift Is n man Tho giv
ing of practical gifts Is yearly becom
ing moro of a custom and no ono rel
ishes the fact moro than men and for
this reason If no other tho gents', fur
ulKhlng stores nro finding their
Christmas demand n matter worthy
of thought ten months In advanco of
tho season, and then constant thought
until tho season Is ended. A visit to
tho Clarion at this tlmo evidences
preparedness for the Christmas shop
per. A gorgeous array of senrfs,
handkerchiefs, bathing robes, or n
do? en other articles of which h man
.cannot huvo too man)-' nro displayed.
Ono nover goes amiss In choosing
something llko this for tho Christmas
gift, nnd buyers cannot go amiss If
they go to tho Clarion to got It. Tho
buyer who is. not tpilto rcudy to mako
purchases is as welcome at tho Clar
ion as tho ono who Is buying.
BIJOU DRAWS '
And still they came. Dcsplto tho
counter attractions, Including tho cir
cus, which Is ulways looked upon as
real opposition, tho now IIIJou moro
than got Its share of patronngo last
night. Tho big spacious theater be
gan its first show at 7 o'clock packed
to tho donis and beforo tho second
show started tho box nfllca was be
sclged with frenzied patrons fighting
to gain admission. That tho now III
Jou has Jumped Into Instant favor and
that tho big crouds promlso of tho
lasting kind, goes without saying. It
Is a splendid bill and' no ono can
gainsay tho fact that tlicy get their
money's worth. Dunn and Ilranton,
aro dancers of unusual cluvorness and
their eccentric steps havo caught on
with tho crowds. (Haydn Mlddletou
Is among tho best numbers, although
tho hill Is so evenly balanced that It
would bo hard to say which particular
one excels. Walter 1'orry gots u fus
illade of laughs over tho footlights,
whllo James Itowo and L'd Mongrlcf
keep tholr auditors ' convulsed
throughout tho musical comedy. "Tho
Speculators" Is ono of tho funniest
farces seen hero and ovory Item Is
heartily received and applauded.
Hughes' orchestra Is ono of tho feat
ures of tho long nnd varied hill. Tho
plctuics will ho changed) again to
night. Thursday an ontlro chango of
urogram will ho made.
Tho management looks for another
packed houso this ovnnlng.
WHY NOT STTOp'tHAT ITCH?
Is It worth 10 cents to jou to stop
that awful, nwful agonizing Itch?
If you nro nffllcted with skin dis
ease, tho kind that seems to bafflo
medical treatment, nnd leaves ou
wild with Itch, wo hopo you will not
full to luvostlgato a proscription which
Is now iccommcndcd hy niuny of tho
nest skin cpeclallsts, even In prefer
enco to their own prescriptions. It Is
the simple, soothing oil of wlntergroen
compound known as I). I. I), Pres
cription nnd sells at S1.0Q a bottle.
Hut u 10 cent samplo bottle must con
vlnco you that tho Itch Is Instantly al
layed hy this prescription, (lot a lib
eral samplo hnttlo of tho healing,!
soothing, external remedy, I). D. I).
Prescription and seo!
We feel qullo suro Mint before long
)ou will ho cured, and at any ralo wu.
I snow miunr rvoiiiviuT mill'
jour Itch will ho alluvcd Instantly, tho
minute that toothing liquid Is applied1
tn tho skin. I
Write dhect to I). I). D, Co., 112
Michigan St , Chicago,, enclosing 10
cents for tho samplo bottle.
Honolulu Urns Co., Tort Stteot,
V'j LS SSS
Xt got orcr an jr route II rum on no ichtdule except the owner's will
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
Have you ever noticed that it is the man who
does not own an automobile who does most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you far outweigh
the price that you would have to pay for them in
money. Doing without a motor car means doing
without the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile' Is the most efficient private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It is ready to go at a
moment's notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
over any route. It runt on no schedule except the owner's
will. It helps him to entertain his friends and business
associates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family out
Into the country In the sunshine and fresh air, giving
them enjoyment and health. It is so durable that It out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride in it for hours without fatigue.
For $1500 you can buy a servant that will do all these
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for $1500 that would give you as much pleasure and as
much profit as this motor car? Twenty horses and car
riages could not do it for you, nor one thousand railroad
trips. In fact, there is no other way except with a motor
car that you can live this life and have these pleasures.
Docs $1500 seem like a large price to pay for this service?
(' a Great Pltaiurt lo Build
Even the man who builds a
really good car at tremendous
expense is happy in doing it.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
builds a really good car at
reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like the Chal
mers! That man has a right
to be happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of offering people the same
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. That's
something! a strong man can
take pride in.
The designing of the Chal
mers "30" was a two years'
task. Our designers took ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European
and American builders. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of its
The Chalmers "30" is the car
that won the 1910 Glldden
Trophy In competition with
cars twice its price and power.
The Chalmers "30" has
never been defeated in any im
portant contest by a car of its
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for service and does not re
quire extreme power or seat
ing capacity for more than five,
will find every requirement an
swered in this wonderful car.
The 1911 models are on ex
hibition at our showrooms.
We shall be glad to give you a
demonstration, . .
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., HONOLULU
CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY, Detroit, Michigan.
(tcnct nndir 5lVn Pattnt)
Is the kind wc bought for our Winter demand. The goods
ns now shown in the store fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
of style, 1
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPINO GARMENT for Children
is the newest article wc have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. Sec the line, and the
garments will sell themselves. Thcsc goods arc priced in
this store ns they are in New York, Chfcago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor King and Bothel Strcots,
An Appreciated Gift
Hat value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we are showing are DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you see this display.
Wc invite you to call.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
041'Nuuanu, near King St.
Have You Thought About
Bronze Powder '
Gold Paint "
With nny onu of theso you
can make tho prettiest HOLI
DAY OIKT ut the lcnBt cost.
Lewcrs & Cooke,
Ask Us About Them
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea
Phone 3085 P. 0. Box 401
Will do it
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat. 1150 Ala
ke street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotel). Hours: 9-12:30 and 1:30-
4.30. Stindav. 10.11. "F.vninmi hv
I Vi.T V.i.i.. nnnt
Illuuk books of nil sorts, ledRent,
etc., manufactured by the llullcttn
Inter-Tslnml and O. It. & U shipping
books for sale at thj I) a 1 1 e 1 1 n
VlUco, OOo ecti. t