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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 21, 1911.
liKV$i.W w?, 451'
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Do Not Punish
of nil tin' pupils Innc been (omul Mitl'irliu,' from It In une form or Mil
liliter. Ilcfiiro the ir-encc nf SI. litis' dump Is lntrnvi'il llirre Is iisinill) a
illsliirliiiiirr of the Kourral health. 'I lie rhllil slums llilleneiH anil In
attention. Tlirn It becomes resllcis nml Inltrliliii of the mtisrlt-s and
JrrUni: f (lie llmlis nml hinlr itillun. Oilcn the patient line llesli nml
lirromi's p.ilc nml liliinillrsn,
flnsl ncs n( St. Vitus il.mce mil j lie iiilil.lv rurril If taken In lime.
It mKlrrtcil, romiillriitlotis arc liable to itiiie nltlrli n 111 prevent rccm.
cr) for niniitlis nml jenrs. l)r. Wllllam' t'lnk Tills for l'alc IYiilc cure
.St. Mtns' iliincc Ik en live Diet Imllil mi (lie liloml nml snpplj lltnllt) In
tin misted nene centres. 'Hie fnllmiliiu' liilenient Is particular!) va.
milile to parents flliue rlillilren lire suffirlne from tills lomninii ills-litse.
Mr .1 C Merrill, nf No M,1 Wiminii
Bon, Vance, Miffcreil frnin St Vitus' il
broke ilown soon after Hrlinnl cloxe
liiK of tho imiscICH of Ills fine and kIi
was iiffcctcd and we had to be very e
was f l ot f ill . cnHlly irritated, pale, an
oun that c could not send him to sc
"He was treated by a number of d
the advice of a neighbor, whose dan
dnnco by Dr. Williams' Pink IMIls fo
tho pills We could notice relief fro
He Imprmcd steadily, took on flesh r
mor a jear now Binco ho took the pi
tho disease at all "
There Is iilisoliitel) no wi) of reaching the nerves with medicine ex
cept IhroiiKh the liloml. 'I lie nencs reeelir nil of tin Ir nourishment ami
support from the liloml which, under healthful conditions, carries the
elements needed to rebuild misted nene tlsuirs.
if j mi are Interested send
todio for our booklet, 'Nerv
ous Disorders, a Method of
Home Treatment It Is free
I)r Williams' Pink Pills are
sold b all ilriiKKists, or will
bo sent, postpaid, on receipt I
of prltc, .ill cents per box six
boxes t2 :. by tho Or Wil
liams Medicine l'otiip.in,
Hi-hf net t.td N
Of Independent Theater
. Ford Auto Contest
ON ACCOUNT OF RAIN LAST NIGHT
UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT
ORIGINAL NOMINATION CONDITIONS CONTINUED ON THE SAME
TERMS AS ANNOUNCED FOR WEDNESDAY NIGHT'S OPENING.
MARINE BAND WILL GIVE CONCERT AT SATURDAY NIGHT'S
SAVE YOUR NOMINATION COUPONS-VOTES.
In the Grand Voting Contest of
I hiroby Humiliate.
This coupon, If presentni at the Independent Theater, togeth
er with oiio paid admlsHinii, will entitle the contestant to the fol
lowing votes. l'lc-cent tick,!, 10 files, It'ti-uut, 24 votes; llf-teen-ient,
40 votes, on tho evi hIiik of April 19
Pork and Beans
A food of fine and rich
Your Grocer Has Tlieni
Clillitrrn arc (IciiiMlcxx iiiiiMcil
mini) llnir ill xrliuol for mil KcrpltiR
?tit I or fur lrniiliii; HiIiiki "hen the
Iniiihlc It rliureit, (ir SI. Wins' fiance,
us It Is iuiuliirl) culled. Sii roni
mini Is this iicriinis illeae In chllil
IiimmI Unit In some rlimis onc-IUIIi
avenue, I'asadena, Oil , says- ".My
nine when he was six ears old Ho
d Tho dlse.iso started with twitch
ouldcrs, eeH ami neck Ills heart
areful not to excite or scare him llo
d cre.itl) run down He was so ncrv
linol octors but was not cured Then upon
Khter liiul been cured of St. Vitus'
r Pale People, we bcKiin kIvIhk him
m the llrst box as he became quieter.
Ight aw a) and was cured. It has been
Us nml we liao noticed no signs of
THEY ARE GOOD FOR
tho Independent Theater
ISLE OF Gill
United States Government to
Send Equincs Through .
Within a few wicks a consignment
of blooded horses will pass through
Honolulu on their wn to the Isle of
Oiuim. It Is the lnltl.il step In a plan
lonteinplnted by the I'nltcd Htates gov
ernment to cstnhlMi an Immense
horso-brectllni station on the fur-away
Island Tho hordes vvltli which tho
farm will be started aro of the finest
tie of JIorKans.
The .Seattle t'ost-IntclllKcnccr In
recent Issue hns the following
'In an effort to Improve the standard
fir horses on the Island of tlitani, the
I'eilernl Kovcrnment, within the next
few weeks, will ship from Seattle Its
llrst consignment of nnlnmls bred In
this Htnte An experimental breeding
station will bo established tliero and
the best Morgan blood types will bo
Imported from this muntry
"Impector Wllliami Here.
"J. O Williams, In charge of the big
experimental breeding station at Port
Collins, Wo, conducted by the bureau
of animal Industry of tho Department
of Agriculture, arrived In Seattle last
night and will remain lieru several
weeks as the government Inspector of
the purihascs nude to complete tho
llrst Guam consignment
'One. lot of twenty animals already
has been bought from J. W. Cllso's
farm at Redmond A number of other
purihases will be made, but Mr. Wil
liams sns the llrst shipment will bo
"New Feature of Department.
"Experimental liorsu breeding Is n
comparatively new rraturo Held enter
ed b the Department of Agriculture.
(tills two stations so far have been es
tablished The Port Collins station,
the llrt fre.itid, has been In opcrutlon
live je.irs, while another was estab
lished a short time ago at Mlddlebury,
"At Port Collins tho government Is
endeavoring to produce eventually a
distinctive tpo of the real American
horse, vvlilih Is to contnln a toniblnn
llini of the Morgan strain, the stand
ard breed of trotter, and the Kentucky
"To Renew Interoit.
"This tvpc Is Intended to renew In
terest III horse breeding and the pro
duction of an animal adapted for gen
eral utility At Mlddlebury an effort
Is being miulo to get buck to tho orig
inal Morgan,, a type which virtually
disappeared ears ago, and Is not gen
f rally known save as a valuable part
of the thoroughbred blood "
TRAINED FOR FIRE
The value of Hoy Scout training has
been emphasized In tho national
headquarters of tho Hoy Scouts of
America since the recent tiro In a
New York factory that cost one hun
dred and Illy lives. Members of thn
National Council nml workers among
the hoys hnvo explained Hint boys
trained In the Hoy Scout activities
and taught lo ho prepared for emer
gency, can do much In caso of lire.
For Instance, Sir General Robert
linden-Powell, founder nf tho Kngllsh
Hoy Scout movement, lias mado It n
point to see that hoys, on entering
any building, instinctively study tho
llro escapes nml think, "What should
I do In caso of a llro?" This applies
especially to theaters and factory
buildings, where so many persons aro
gathered In Rinnll space According
ly Scout Masters throughout tho coun
try nro being urged now to train thn
boys to bo alert In a caso of llro. Tho
Scout Masters aro being asked to In
struct boys to study tiro escapes and
oxlts and to teach the boys how to act
quickly and elllclently In caso of llro.
A web llliimcnt two anil a quarter
miles long lias been taken from tho
bod) of a siuglo spider.
To Prevent Filthy Teeth
Wherever tliero is ilrcoiiipositioii
of orgimic matter, immediately
colonic of niii'ruluM nro gciicr
att'tl. Tho pollution is awful.
Pun you imagine food passing
through a mouth like that with
no evil effect to tho stomach ?
Jinn) common diseases of tmlaj nro
due to tilt It v nifiiithi.
Keep )aur mouth clean mid respect-
DO 1017 KNOW IKMVf
II) the dull) use of the greatest
mouth and tooth tonic In all the world.
MHO HASN'T JIKAltll OF
Ol'U .YiTIOXAI. DIIVriFltlf'K,
Do you Ihijik il lonhl be tho
national atandnrd for sixty'
four year? if il wasn't Iho
bed I And then there is
S0Z0D0NT TOOTH POWDER
S0Z0D0NT TOOTH PASTE
both supreme as dentifrices.
Iut get tho tooth brush linliit, and
SO.ODOXT, so delicious, frit
grant and refined, will make it a
Sold at toilet (.outliers the world over.
KaaKKRXMXK XX XX MUX
SURPRISE AT THE PARK
There was a big surprise at the
Park Theater last evening when, In
response to special announcements,
one of tho best vnudevlllo bills of any
theater wns put on, featuring Ilcnn,
tho wire walker, whoso stunt Inst
ovcnlng wns to do only daring things
on his slender wire. The Nelson sis
ters completed u splendid program
with singing nnd dancing Same pro
gram tonight nnd Saturday
Titrt Wnnflflrftil flon ifttw.l .It..! LPC.
..v .miiiuviiuI lIU I..,.," . ,,.'. - .
pentlno dances ns vri"iito I last
iiigui uy me. missel simits viii ue
tho attraction for tlm remainder of
thn Week. It la nn net nnepr hpfnrn
fihniltl nn thn Innnl tnll.lnlllln allirrA
Jourdnln and flcrvnlse gavo selections
rrom "Mile. Modiste, as tuneful nn
opera its ever composed. The HIJou
nrncmln will 1,a ruHlmr nit(ninntnil
tonight by amateurs, and this is tho
oiggesi nigm or tne llljous vvrcK. as
usual, u lino array of moving pictures.
f I II ll it Cnrln mtifl,. t, ilfiultlnrr .Iiibl.t.1
In her beautiful uhlfp nnd enld uni
form, roplcto with alt tho tripping
of tht gay cavalier flic mad) a
stunning nppcurnnco nnd hcv songs
were well received Tho pretty Anker
Sisters changed thcli act, put on a
Highland song nnd dnnco In ap-.no-prlate
costume, caught the npphusc
anil mado good. Tho whole Savoy
program Is good, even to tho cowboy
Foley and tiarlo, tho clog dancers,
demonstrated their claim to ccrwUll-
Ity, when they mado numinous
chnngef. In their act, and all tho
slcns wcro dlniciilt. but Inst iho kind
to catch wild applause Tho leadl'lg
mm is it Historical topic, ilealln;; villi
tho Indian massacro at Decilleld two
centuries ngo, nnd -veiy graphically
At a meeting ot Iho Hawaii Pro
motion Conimltteo .esterda Secre
tary Wood exhibited somo remark
ably beautiful colored transparencies
of Hawaiian fcccncs. Tho original
photographs were sent to .lupin,
where tho skillful nrtlsans of Nippon
did iho enlarging, transference tn tho
transparencies nnd coloring. Tho re
sult Is beautiful nml exquisitely col
ored, with high, lights everywhere.
So cheap Is labor In Japan thnt the
rommltteo can get this work done at
about ?.! per plate It Is hoped that
ultimately It can be dono in Honolulu,
but nt present the Jnpanoso prices
nro much tho lower, and Iho work
manship different fioni anvllilng done
here. Somo of theso transparencies
will bo sent to the Const.
PORTO RICAn'b'oY SCOUTS
Hoy Scouts In Porto Illco are nour
ishing The number now more than
tlfteen liiiiiilrtd II II Shaffer, scout
commissioner for Porto Itlco, says In
ills reports to the national headquar
ters of the Ho) Scouts of America that
the scout moveimiit lias u special slg
nlllcnnco In the work of tho United
States government In Americanizing
the island lie writes: "It is In reality
tho only patriotic work nnd the work
it Is doing in tills lino Is little less
than remarkable Until tho organiza
tion of the scouts few or no Porto
Illcatis would salute tho national hvmn
or ling Tin fining of this on every
occasion hv the scouts has set a line
example to their fathers nnd brothers
Alt scout musters liavo been palug
particular attention to Instil 111 the
hearts and minds of tho boys patriotic
Mens, and the growth and continuing
of tills organization for live J ear In
Porto Itlco will bo little less than n
revolution In thn present attitude of the
Porto Illcans towards the Americans."
STANFORD BARS IT
llecause of the prcseneo of tills funny
sounding tiling In Intercolleglnto base
ball, David Starr Jordan, president of
Stnnford University, has Instructed his
commltteo on athletics to abolish tho
And, going tho president ono better,
Dr Frank Angell, chairman of tho
Stanford commltteo on uthlctlcs, sajs
that In all probability both baseball
unit foolbull, as Intercollegiate spoils,
will bo dono away with at Stanford.
Possibly tho two drubbings that tho
Berkeley nlno recently gavo tne titan
ford team had something to do Incrys-
talltlng Dr Jordan's poor opinion of
thu national sport. Chronicle.
Yale University Is left jr.0,000 for n
scholarship by tho will of l.oulso kci
logg, widow of Martin V. Kellogg, onen
president or tho University ot van
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
This Theater Is Independent of all
tho others. Oct the Independent habit
Admission 10 Cents
Children 5 Cents
W X K K XX R50 M X I
Matlneat Every Day, 230 P, M.
NEW CHANGE TOfJlOHTI
Instant Success of
Foley and Earle
Clog Dancers, In Foot-Tapping Feats
Famous Dancers rrom Madrid
Fsiclnntlng and Original Act
NUW FILMS THROUGHOUT
YVIIUIti: THH FILMS AI113 CATCHY
COOL OPHN-AIIt TIIUATUK
NF.W PIIOOIIAM TONIGHT!
Charming Team nf Dancers and
"YUM-YUM TREE" and Othor Sonn
as the Dashing Cavalier in Military
Costume, Sings Selections from
"THE FORTUNE TELLER"
Films Aro New Tonight
Most Fascinating of All Acts
WONDERFUL FIRE DANCE
Willi Daisllng Flectrlcal L'ltccts
Jourdaine and Gervaise
In Selections from "MLLE. MODISTE"
Tho Tuneful Opera
H.NTIItULY NUW FILMS
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to walk the silver wlro over tho vol
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The Four Lenox
in Feats of Strength and Artistic
1'oHlng on the Human IUngs
Slugcis and Dancers
.... 5c, 10c, 15c
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The New Spring
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Are here. Just one of each, some
of which you can see in our window,
altho' we have more to show in our
Direct from Paris. Only here can
you get such goods.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
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Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
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What You Have Been
An Oxford that will Fit Snugly
Around the Ankle without Chafing
Wo have them in the trustworthy WALK-OVER and SOROSIS
makes) several different leathers, in dull and patent.
You must hava new shoes occasionally, but why cast tho painful
burden of moulding tho soles on your feet when you can buy WALK
OVER shoes rinht hero in town? WALK-OVER inner soles aro mould
ed in the factory under 500 pounds pressure whilo tho shoe is "green"
and in its most pliable state They are comfortable the first day you
put them on.
Let your head save your feet-wear.
Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
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vvnrl oil IiiiIIoh' Silk Drexpen ami Ren-
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