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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1911.
W A IN 1 b
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fort anil Queen
streets. Dimensions 41xCt. Tho build-
Ins will be remodeled (o ault tenant
Apply to C. llrcwer & Co, Ltd.
Collate for rent In Palolo Vnllcy. Five
a iuuiiii mm uniii, j.icciric ugni, Jicm
F." Min.niintlln In ..t,lh ....,.. f,...-..,.-
slon given about Juno 8. Apply "M
M. M", IJullclIn ofllcc.
Two 2-bcdroom cottages, newly reno
vatcd: electric llghls, gas. Inquire
1. W. Young, 1249 Toil Bt.
ROOM3 AND BOARD.
TltD LELAND 627 Beretanla; 'Phono
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
12; bnaril. 3.r per month All moa-qulto-proof
lunat rooms. Cor pass
the door. 4911 !(
Cottage with bath and board for cou
ple. A suite of rooms with board
and hot and cold water bath. Shady
Nook, 1049 Ucrctanla Kt. Tclephono
Nlcely-furnlshcd rooms with board.
1 Apply 1368 King St.
On credit; Jl u week; no security. Uso
whllo paying. J Carlo, Fort St.
No. 73 ncretanla St. Electric lights
and running water In each room.
Trice reasonable. J. II. Townscnd,
Furnished front room; mosquito-proof,
hot and cold water bath, private en
trance. 732 Klnau St., near Alapal.
Clean furnished, mosqulto-proof rooms
to lit 'Tlio Oakland," 1189 Alakca
Cressaty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
Beach; Tel. 2868. 4889-tt
Furnished cottages, near carllne. 1812
I.llllm St. 4926-lm
I can supply you with stock or eggs
from the following breeds: Tl. I.
Reds, B. P. Rocks, 8. C. White Leg-
horns, Faverolles, Silver Spangled
Ilamburgs, Sliver Seabrlghts, Ban
tams, Silkies and Black Ml nor can,
Reference: Sonoma National Bank,
Jack Lee, II. 3, Box 58, Tctaluma,
New attractive live-room cottage.
cheap. Kverythlng modern. Nlco
lawn; choice fruit and shade trees.
Ninth Ave., Knlinukl, one block from
carllne; abovo sanatorium. Inqulro
on premises. 4928-tf
The Trsnso envelope time-saving
Invention. 'No addreialng ncu
iry In tending out bills r r
eelpts. Bulletin Publishing Oo
sole agents lor patentee. ti
Automobile Flve-seater, completely
equipped Fine car for rent Rervlce
or for family. Greatest snap over
offered, "Mobile," this ofllco.
Fort street snapl $4100 Seven-room
and bath homo. Lot 60x114. This
piece of property Is within a block
and a half of Beretanla street.
Beautiful home In ralolo Vnlloy, close
to carllne; clioap; attractive verms.
See Walter II. Bradley, care Kal
mukl Land Co. Ltd.; Tel. Wi.
Corner lot, Katmukl, lGOxHO; best lo
cation In district; good nolghbors;
unsurpassed view. Address I. O.
Box 612. 1878-tf
MEN'S clothing on credit; l por
week; BUlts given at once. F. Lovy
Outfitting Co, Sachs Bldg . Fort SL
Three-hedroom house and lot on 1.1-
llha St, above Wyllle SL Trice
11900. Thono S448. 4816-U
Selected Caravontca wool cotton
Mod. A. V. Clear, 1214 Fort It
P. O. Bpx 404. 46S-tl
Thoroughbred bull terrier pup, six
months old, 732 Klnau St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, ut Bulletin office, tf
Choice cut flowers. Phone 3029.
Victor Talking Machines
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD,
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
W MoUl Strut Phon 2313
BULLETIN AUB PAY
"We lead, othcrsjfollow," In tho mnnil
facturo of carbonated beverages. Olio
prlcu lo all Free delivery. 1'liono
.1022, Honolulu Soda Water Co, I .til ,
34A North Ucrctanla St.; Unas. E.
Frashcr, manager, 4911-tf
To Bine ou 33 1-3 per cent, on your
meter bill by using our wire-drawn
Mazda lamps. Will burn In any po
Bltlon Honolulu Electric Co, cor.
Ucrctanla nnd Atakea Sts.; Tel. 3097,
Now 'a the time lo Bet your hat clean
cj. FIrst-eluss work; low prlcos.
Special attention given to Panamas.
D.ivld Ortiz, Alake.i and King.
Ever) one to liuvo his hat cleaned by the
Expert Hat Cleaners. Wo do tho best
work In the city at lowest price. Kx-
pert Hat Cleaners, opposite Club
Stables. . 4936-lm
Men who like to wear good clothes to
cull and see our samples. 500 pat
terns Just arrived. F. Levy Outfit
ting Co, Sachs Bldg, Fort St.
A horse or pony suitable, for boy. State
lowest cash prlco and where can be
seen. Address- Melville, care Bulle
tin office. 4936-tt
You owe It to the departed. Mouu
merits and tombstones cleaned; made
like new. Investigate. Dewing, 1221
Eliminate the waste and savo Ut. Let
mo figure on your work. J. It. Davis,
builder und contractor; Tel. 2529,
Box IDS. 4940-2m
Runabout In pood condition. Apply
Honolulu Motor Supply Co, Bero
tunla nnd Altikcn Sts. 4910-lm
Good dressers to get their suits made
to order from F. I.cvy Outfitting Co.,
Sachs Bldg, Fort St.
All kinds of keys made to order. M.
' Shestopol, cor. Bishop and Merchant
Anything of valno bought for cash
Carlo, 1117 Fort Bt. 47B3-tf
A place where jou can enjoy yourself.
If you are a stranger, como In and
get acquainted. The Progress Bar,
King and Muunakea Sis.
You can meet him nt the Mint Saloon
a nice cool bottle. Come and see.
Nuuanu St, between Pauahl nnd
LOST, 8TRAYED OR STOLEN.
Brownish-black cow; branded "3." Ito-
turn to 137 Merchant St., and receive
FOR SALE OR LEA8E.
Lots or cottages on carllne, Kalmukl.
Gorman, 1186 Alaken SL
FURNISHED HOU8ES FOR RENT.
Between I'llkol nnd Keeaumokit 8ts
on inauku sldo Young St Apply to
W O. Smith, Judd Bldg. 4938-tf
Pacific Electric Co Motor and dynamo
repairing n specialty. Motors and
generators of alt capacity for sale.
1152 Fort St; Tet 3132.
Storage butteries rented; (2 per month;
rechargo 81. Magnetos and colls re
paired. Bcrger't Electrical Works.
Why drink Inferior grades when you
can have the best soda at same price?
All our goods comply with pure food
luw. Star Soda Water Co.; Tel. 2267.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda water made In Honolulu.
All flavors, Delivered to your home,
Sunrlso Soda Works; Tel, 1315.
We uso nrteslan water, making our
soda superior to all others. A drink
of our plneupplu Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
SCIENTIFIC METHODS IN I1UII.D
lug, when applied by an experienced
contractor, eliminate the waste nnd
save your money Estimates free. J,
It. Davis; Tel 2529, Box 155.
0 W. LINCOLN.
Till! ONLY C)NK
I'iiii llnil uiw lllur UUhiirds HI., but,
Klugiiliil Queen, opp, American Hliiblu,
H HAKA. COI'I'lillHMITII
Al.l. KINDS of MliTAL WORK
Itepiilrlnw ut uuliMiinlillii iiiiim it spin
I'lully I'auulil HI 41139.2111
jsjj-Tur fll" funis nl lliilloiin, ,'
Aro J oil III? If so, jou should Inves
tigate Vlava No drugs. A treatment
founded on laws of Nature. Nature
alone can hciilj that's Vlavn. You
owe It to yourself to Investigate,
Send for literature Free lecturn
Thursday, 2.30. The Vluva Co, I14
Alnkrti St. 4932-lm
" ' ' " --.
Rhcumntlsm, brain discuss, neuralgia,
lumbago, quickly relieved. ltecotn
inended by n number of prominent
Honolulu cttlrcn. K. Oshlma, 34
Ucrctanla St. 4936-lm
H. Hashimoto Massage, baths; rhcu-
in illsm. bruises, sprains, tlreil feel
ing, other nlhrenlrt, relieved 178
Beretanla; Tel 2017. 4S3G-lm
John Pontes Shoes to order, J7; half-
soles, 81.30; heels, 40c ; patches, 2.1c.;
rubber heels, 3Gc.j hiind-scwcd soles,
81. Work guaranteed Hear of Grill.
M. Hodrlgues Twelvo yeurs of satis
faction, 137 King Rt., formerly of
Bethel SI Expert shoo repairer.
Y. II. Jong Expert shoe repairing.
Union St, opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Antono Ciincto Flno shoo repairing.
223 King St. 4938-lm
THE ONLY EXCLUSIVE UMBRELLA
stem In Honolulu. High-grade rc
pilrlng New stock. 1284 Fort St.;
Tel 2248. K. Mlzuta. 4938-lm
Mrs Hodgson, teacher of pulno. 1016
Emma, opp. Itoyal School. See sign.
Mr. L. Smith, pianist, HIJou Theater.
Pl.ono 2838. Terms moderate.
Coll on J. Carlo for Jewelry, natchee
and diamonds on credit; tl n week;
no security, Wear vvlillo paying.
BUY AND SELL.
New nnd second-hand furniture bought
nnd sold. Mirrors repaired and resll
vcred. J Tnkakl. King St., Palama.
Clothes cleanni), dyed and pressed on
short notice. Called for nnd deliv
ered. Phone 3029, S. Uarada, I1C0
Fort 8t. 4816-tf
On credit; tl a week; no security.
Wear while paying. J. Carlo, l'ort
Asahl & Co. II Matsuto, prop. Con
tractors mid builders. Housa paint
ing Hiid papcrliiiuglug, screens of all
l.lncK 208 ll'-retanln St,, Tel 1420.
Georgo Tnmada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 211) McCandless
Bldg Phone 1115
"Enns the Fainter" paints anything nnd
eer thing. All vrork guaranteed first
class. Also paperhanglng and dec
orating, A trial will convince. Union
St. above Hotel; Tel 2230.
You should liavu )our plumbing done
by n "PLUMBER." Ten years1 ex
perience has taught mo the science
of plumbing The only und snfe way.
C. L. Almeida, 11 Pauahl Bt ; Tel.
Jolir Mnttos, sanitary plumber nnd
sheet metal worker Manufacturing
nnd repairing of nuto fenders, radia
tors, etc 124 Beretanla St.; Tel.
Won Loul Co Sanitary plumbers and
tlnnnltlis, Hotel St, bet Maunnkeu
und Smith Sts.; Tel 1033.
Yee Blng Kee Dumber and tinsmith.
Smith St., bet. Hotel and rauahl.
On credit; no security; wear while
paying. J. Carlo, Fort St.
DR. BIRCH Olllee, 64 Alex. Young
Bldg. Phono 3308.
Call und sen my fine Oriental Jownlry
Alt kinds nf Juuiliy nimbi to order
Bargain price Wat ill repairing
I'ukiililo Wiitrli Co, 223 Ilcieliinla Ht
(101,1) AND HII.VHIIHMITII
NI'I'ANI', NIIAII I'.M'.MII
(AsiocMlcd Press Cabin.)
MEI.UOUUNi;, Auslrnllii, May 30.
A sensational speech wan delivered hero
tonight by Hon. William' Morris
Hughes, attorney-general In the cabi
net of tho Commonwealth nnd ut pres
ent acting us premkr In tho iibieniu
of the Hon Andrew Fisher, the acting
premier declaring that Australia stood
lendy to defend her lltlo of "Wlilta
Australia" against Japan and would
apply tho untl-Jiipancsa Immigration
laws wllli foric. If necessury.
The speaker, cominentlng upon tho
fact that Great llrltaln Is nn ally of
Japan and that laws restricting tho
movement nf Jiipauesu to nnd from
HrltMi territory had previously been
declared ultra vires by the British co
lonial secretary, declared that Austra
lia was now ready to question the Ju
risdiction of Donning Sireet over tho
Internal affairs of any portion of tho
cmplrr possessing autonomous powers
unit was also prcpand to leuvu the cm-
idro altogether If such n thing hint to
ic. Australia would not consent to tho
entry of Jupunese, bo tho cost what It
The radical statements of tho olllcl.it
were received with tumultuous cheera
from the thousands who listened.
KILLED IN FIGHT
l,Atti:i)0, Tex., May 30. Serious
rioting broke out In Son Luis Potoil,
capital of tho Mexican Mate of Hint
name, tndny, resulting In a conflict
between the city pollco nnd the mob.
A number of political prisoners, cap
tured by tho federals during tho rcvo-
lutlon. nro held In tho city Jail and
their Immediate release was deiunndid
by n portion of tho populace. Tho J.ill
authorities refused to rlvo up tho incn
nnd the mob stormed the building
Word was sent lo tho police, who ar
rived In force and charged the rioters.
killing thirty nnd wounding many be
fore the streets were cleared.
WOOL RATE IS CAUSINQ TROUBLE
WASHINGTON, D. C. May 30 -There
Is a rift In tho Democratic lute
nnd tho harmony over which the Dem
ocrats hnvo been congratulating them
telves nppcnrs In a fair way to ho so
rlously Interrupted Such Is tho result
of recent caustic comments from Wil
liam Jennings Brnn on the announced
Intention of tho Democratic Congress
men to retnln the much criticized
Schedule K of the Pa)tic-Aldr!(h tariff,
the rates on wool, In force.
Bryan's criticisms have Incen'ed
Representative Underwood, Democratic
chairman of the Itouxo committee on,
ways and means, who lias retorted i
hotly to tho criticisms of the Ncbrns-
Tim feeling between tho two Deinu-
Oet your next suit from I T Aki.m.i
a Co. Satisfaction guaranteed Mn'
chant tailors, 1039 Nuuanu St,
Union Employment Ofllco Japancso
cooks, waiters, ynrdhoys, etc. Phono
1420. G. Hlraokn. 208 Beretanla.1
near Emma. 4919-lm
T. Ishllmshl, Klnnu Employment Of
fice; phone 1879.. 4896-tf
O. I Soarcs, Mngoon Bldg. Notary
public; agent to grant marrlaga li
censes Tel. 2691. 4938-lm
J. A. Combs, 103 Stangcnwuld Bldg.;
Tel. 1884. Notary public,
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 2611. Young Hotel Stand;
Chaa. Reynolds. 4540-tl
Klrst-claBS livery turnouti at rea
sonable rates. Territory Livery
Stnble, 348 King; phone 2G3B.
Dr K 11 Cam Ofllce. Lewl" Hlnblea;
Phone 2141. Resldcnco phone, 1113,
tl n week; iwi security Wear whllo
paying. Full line; low prices, good
goods. J. Carlo, Fort St,
J. fining, optician liminilnnlliin free,
OliiKnfs to order Willi lies und Jew
iliy repiilieil 19 Hold HI
llliNTIIU AND lll'il'Allli;!!
Ilk pi r I wiii It nl niiMiniiblA priMfi,
')i'iiiinn, iiip Oit'lili'iilitl llnlil
She Is to Marry
i i-jrv '
lis f 'wr' '
1 : '?
Ar.MHE I.oillt, the fnvorlle pretty
girl of the British singe, la to
marry Robert Iiralne. nctor ond avli
tor She Is the joungest lending wo
man In England nnd displays not only
good looks, but marked talent
Of Interest to Women
A WOULD BE AVIATRICE A VA.
CATION HOME FOR TEACHERS
IN 8WEDEN WHY WOMEN ARE
AJ1SS GRACE M'KDNZIK. the fiancee
of Comtc do Lesaeps, tho aviator.
Is very anxious to operate her own ma
chine. "I believe that the exhilarating sen
sation of aeroplanlng grows on ono,"
declared Miss McKcnzlc. "In a few
jcars there will be as many women as
men nv lators. I mean to try for a wo
man pilot's ilccnso If I can get It. But
I understand Isn't It a shameT tint
the rules of iho International Aero club
prohibit a woman's competing for
prizes. Never mind, though." she add
ed, laughing. "I'll fly for my own
amusement nnywny It I enn only get
Jacques to allow me to.
"So far ho has refused to let me even
handle n wheel on his machines, but
some, day -before this mcc Is ovee,
maybe I'll have learned tc drive an
neroplnne. and then nothing will keep
mo-on the ground."
Miss Nanny P.ilmkvlst a school
teacher of Helslngborg, Sweden, la
touring this country lecturing In orderi
to ratio funds for a retreat In tho
southern part pf Sweden for womanl
teachers from all parts of tho world. (
where at a small expense they can flndi
rest, recreation and opportunities fori
studyj The Swedish teachers first "
planned this retreat at the summer
meeting of tho Swedish Women Teacb- DatlfjlHCI' 01 tllC GOtllllS MakCS
ers' association In Stockholm In 1906., Annnnrinpn it
The place selected Is on the shores of) ll,JJLill UHCC Hi
the Danish sound which separates the) LOtlllOll.
southern part of Sweden from tho
Danish Islands. Fifty miles of forml . n..Mnw .... , , , , ,
and park land have been purchased. ' MSDQX . M ay lfi.-Luly PctlcV
presentation to tho court tD-iilghl was
- , tin every wny n unci ess. Tho ncupftl
Tho election of Martin W. LlttletonlpecrcsH from America commanded the
to congress was largely due to the ef- attention of a brllll.itit assembly at
forta of his wife, who worked earnestly Buckingham Pnlnto. Hlio looked llko
for him durtng his campaign, giving nti)ry hook princess, being small and
roerptloas to Introduce htm to the vot-ijimng. nnd wearing h gorgeous gown
era, meeting U employee of the blgtlmt corresponded perfectly with her
factories and making speeches In his .Imost childish nppeur.inc.!.
tvot' I Her Illy dress was much ndinlri-d
for IIh iirleliiiilllv t.lll.iu .if il, i i,ill.,v
The war tacreastng srxo of women Is
aacribed to the foflowtng Rason, ac
cording to Dr. J. Bice Olbba of New
"One mm for the tacnau In slxo
Bt Om wsker eaC is that atrts In col-
e aad wtsmea In aodety go In for
cratlc leaders nnd their
frltnds Is Intense
rviii.WAHni.ia . tft Tin. Kin.
.' wsi ...rf aii'i vv'
mile auto race on the Hpee.lwny lierooxtremely trying oideal owing In thu
today. In which a number of the leail-cnmpllralloti (if tilltscyiug to catli ,
ing nutomoblllsts of tho country piir-momlwr of loyalty nn u raiseil dais I
tlclpaled, wuh marred by n succession"11 "to inumberu of tho royal liounohiilil
of incidents und one death S p vlow tlio imrinniinnco critlmlly
Dickson, the mechanician nttncheil toMrB Wliltrlaw Held priuenled Mrs
tho crew of the Amplex racing car,":h"rt ";n. wlfo of tlio Aiiioilcan
was k,ed, nnd tho drlver-Arthur 0,, Jlsc'rTng,.' Ella's
nhr. was seriously Injure! I(1lK ,)f u0!1on, j0.imictta Aloxiimlcr.
Slxly thousand pirsons wirp presenthiughlor o( CIiiiiIiih II. Aloxumler or
nt the truck today, when tho ratal accl-Nnw York mid Margate) Duipcr,
dent took idaie daughter or Iho lata (Icncinl Diaper
SUPREME COURT mih Is.igl worn u gown or whilo oin-
DECISIONS A GUIDEl)rn,llo,y I11' Kold and it train (if
"WASHINGTON. D C. May 30 -A"'!1!! brocade ridlnved with Inlays of
cabinet otllclal announced lo the Asso-1"'" w'"1'! H" "'"' W,"r" J1 K"W"
c,,,,,,, Press today that the -ttWAK
trillion policy mr the ruturu rgnrdlngw, 11ll)H nf ,, r , v,Uf,v
trust-mrliliiK leglsliitlon and actions Murgnrnt Dniper'H guwu was nf
illriited ngiilnst rorpornllons would bn while lulln miibroiiirnl with pcarla
based nu thu ibs'lslnns nf tlm Hiipreuiiiiiid silver iiiargui'tilcs and u train ot
C t In Iho ereiitl inniliideil rttinl-llvir ginr.o trlmuinl wuh rum lie o
aril Oil nnd Tubulin Trust cum ' ""
WAMIINiiTON, May HI -linn Ad
mlnil New Inn !; MiiS'MI, who has lust
ii'lliiiiilln'i Urn mill n nf rlilnr nr
iitillliillin nf Iho liuvy, Iiiih lionii as
slHliml In ilulv mm ii iiimnliiir nf ilie
Hi'iii'iHl ImmhI nf Urn lint), liHiplid by
nthlellcs," hi says "Twenty-five years
ago It was considered hardly ladylike
for a woman lo Indulge In any but tho
tamest nf spurts.
"Today the woman In society who Is
not proficient In tennis nnd golf nt
least la tho exception. Many women
ride and shoot nnd lake long pilgrim
ages annually Into tho Canadian wilds
with rod nnd gun. swinging the paddle
nnd carrlng their slum nf (he burden
over tho imrtsijcs. And the rollcgo girls
play basketball, h violent ssirt I
"But the entrniwn of women Into
athletics does not fully explain the gen
eml Incrmum In size of the aex. There
Is another reason. Economic rntwtltlons
In America nro i1 mantling that nioro
and rnoro women go Into business hi I
competition with men. Wo all know,
that women who hold positions of re-'
sponslbtllty In large Industrial con
cerns art" called upon to exirclso their
Initiative nnd daring They must have
executive nblllly. They must shoulder,
"The business life nt onco brondens
nnd coarsens. The buMncrs womnn,
grown big mentally. Is apt tn grow big
physically, to develop a wldo mouth, a
square chin nnd big hands and feet
for these nro the physical accompani
ments of a declslvo manm r." I
Sarah Bernhardt as
She Looks Today
'PHE divlno Sarah at last shows some
signs of ago, but not In her eye or
her manner. She Is as magnetic and
as full of enthusiasm a over. Asked
recently what kept her young, sho an
swered. "Prayer und hard work " Her
American tour promises to be another
vorc embroidered on tin nvcrdiess nf I
." ....,,.'. .., ...,,.
gauze, adorned by nu Intrlralo vvmk of i
crystal nnd pearls. Tho train was cin-
irnlilcrnl nnd covered with tisccnslnn
Hies picked out In silver IlircaiU
ller Jewels cotiRlstcd nf u dlaiiintid
llnr.i, ii rnpo of pearls nild a corsage
I t I
'ornament of illaiuonds
Immcdluto Ijidy DocIch entered Ilutklngli.ini
I'lilnci) through tho south oiitrnnco ami
Joined tho other peeresses in tho great
salon whoro noblewomen nro nopal -
from thu cnuiiuniicrs.
.. . ::
-i nn (Uttriltlnit lis tlilu mi mi Id tin
CASTOR I A
For Infants nnd Children,
Iho Kind You Have Always Bought
Of. Velvet Applique
and Lace d
. ' itii
YEUY odd Indeed Is this high walsted
plcturo gown, which Illustrates th
craxo for novelty exhibited by tho Pa
The overdress Is of silk with a velvet
applique design woven Into It Tho
underdress Is of sheer silk lace. Tho
high empire girdle Is gold.
. STEWED KNUCKLE OF VEAL.
A knuckle of veal, two ounces of
clarified dripping, one pint of stock,
one onion, mnce, half a lemon, ono
oiinco of flour and seasoning bulla aro
I required for this.
WIo a knuckle of veal and dredge It
thickly with flour, dlssnlvo two ouncoi
of best dripping In n stewpan, add the
vcnl and cook till brown, turning con
stantly. Nearly cover Uie meat with
stock, season with the lemon rind, on
onion stuck, with clovca, a blade of
mace and pepper nnd salt. Cover tho
pan tightly and cook tho contents slow
ly for two hours nnd a half Take up
tho meat place seasoning balls round
It and pour nlco thick brown gravy
Rats In the Cellar,
Mice In the Pantry,
Wli.it can lie more disagreeable
than a home infested with vermin?
Destroy them with Stearns' lilcrltic
Kat and Hoaclt Paste, the standard
exterminator for more than thirty
Kills oft rats, mice or cockroaclie:!
in a single night. Does not blow
away like powders; ready for use;
nothing to mix. The oniv exterm
inator sold under an absolute guar
antee of money back if it fails.
Sold everywhere. lie sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $1 00. Stearns'
b'Urlrir Paste Cn. Chiraro. IIL
B. & S. COUGH AND CROUP 8YRUH
All affections of tho respiratory or
gans are speidlly helped by the usu of
this old FAMILY MEDICINE.
Prepared only by
BOERICKE & RUNYON CO.
PRICE 50 CENTS
1'or H.ilo by nil Drugglata "
Rugs & Draperies
J. Ilopp & Co., Ltd.
t-f " 1 1
oahu FURNiTune co,
Klnu Strstl, oipeil Young uli
I' 'I I to 110 Pliwnu lO'JI
t 'J U'IT"-
warouLUTiH ark pay-tbh
Air l t