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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
Geary Street, above Union Squat e
Juil oppome llolel St. Frincu
European Han SI .SO a da; up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
incs cost JLW.OOO. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets oil trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawcts" A. IJ.C
Code. Hcservattons made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Siiiwrc, San Franciico
Under the Management of
J AM IIS MOODS
FAC'IMJ Hie hcivtlliil park
Ir. the heart of (he citj,
wlilih Ii Hit thrnlro of
Hie piiurlpal cii-nls nt
the (amain frstHul of San
FriuiclMii, llils Imlcl, In en
Ornament and nlmosplirri-, ex
pri'M't mint plritintill) (he
riuiifiu table spirit uf uld I'nl
Ifortiln. 'I lii- rojiillj mill nobility nl
I In- Old Wurl.f and the. Knr
llnst and llm men uf high
nihlciiiutnt In Ainrrlru ulio
HKnenililn here rontrllnite to the
riiiiiipntltaii nliiiotplicre of nn
liiilltntliiii nlilcli represents
llir lniiplLilllf nml Indhldunl
II) of ban Frum-lico to (lie
'Ili building, which m.irki
lln- fiirlhi-sl nihuiieu nt srlrnra
In sen Ice, li.ii) unvt llir Inrgtil
ntpacllj nt any hotel structure
In I In- Wi-iil, and iipini rumple
Hun of llm I'oitf strert niiniii
"III lie llm largest ruriiiunjcrj
In llm o rid.
niiiu: tiii: skiiyick is un-
UNIMI Till! PRICKS AUG
European Flan from 2.00 Up
A PRIVATE HOTEL OF
Emma Street, Aboyo Vineyard
MISS JOHNSON, Proprietor
MI'AI. tlATIIIN'O AT
Tim ui:Aru m handv a-.d tmu
WATllIt 1IN1! SP11NII YOUH
noma and Doard
W. C. Dergin, Prop.
All Hand Work
SHOES CALLED FOR AND
-Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoo Store,
BANZAI SHOE SWH
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladiea and gentlemen.
BARON 8CHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
Phono 2467 er call at 176 8. King St.
lllank books of all sorts, ledgers.
tic, manufactured by the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n
fttrllu-r weakens llmt organ, tin foutl lien undigested, fins forms ami
tlio ItoiK liifoiiii-H lilnak-tl. The blood in-dead of olitninin-j; nourish-tiii-nt
from tlio ilif-stive e-vctotn, is vii-.niitl by it anil pain spread
to Iht back, tin lu-atl mid other ''unions of tlio ltody.
Like the other organs tlio stomach culls upon tlio blood for
tri'tij-th mid noiirishnicnt to tutaiii it in its daily work. It now
receives a supply loaded with poisons, or "toxins'' as they aro call
ed. Tims the stomach ioisons itself, a pioeoss known liy physicians
as "auto inloxication." or solf-OHouin.
When this t-otithtion is renclio I
and that is to free the blood from
rich, pnio Mtpply of blood, to build
ened htnmncli and Wvcls to tlo the work required of them. Oxy
;en is the element in nature that will rentier these poisons harm
less and. transform them chemically t-o that they may lio east out
bv the ordinary processes ol" the body. Dr. Williams' J'ink Pills
for Palo People enable the blood to absorb in largo quantities tlio
oxou that is in the air we breathe and in this way they combat
the poi-ons in tlio blood and enable it to rest wo tlio digestive or
gans in health mid strength. The
Mrs Ed llardialli, a nurse, of No. 11.13 South Broadway, litis Angeles,
(.'nl , Kiiya "I was a miffrri-r rrnm Httiiniicli troiililo for over two years
nml whs under it doctor's rare for a. year or iiioio. tin mild It wan ulcer
ation of tho stomach, lint ho gavo mo little relief. My Rtouitich didn't seem
to digest the food I nte and huh formed, causing piiliis, bloating and pros
Hiire tin the lieiirl. For nearly n year I couldn't cut meat. Thero wcro
pains thiough my forehend nml down the hack of my neck. I was dizzy
a great deal and couldn't do my work as I ought to. A friend told mo
about Dr Williams' Pink Pills and utilised mo to rIvo them ii thorough
trial. .My Improvement was gradual until I was entirely cured. I havo
had no troublo from Indigestion In along tlmo and recommend Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills to ever j one who has Ktoimich trouble."
.SulTi-rei's fiom ilspcpia in any form, who have found their
condition unrelieved or actually growing worse whilo using ordinary
remedies would do well to try Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
A copy of nur diet book.
What In Kat and How to Hat,"
will bo sent fico nn request to
I)r Williams' Pink Pills are
old by alt druggists, or will I
bo sent, postpaid, on receipt ml
price, HO cents per box, six'
boxes, $2.:,0. by tho l)r Wll
llnms Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N Y
.makes a ilnyllKht-loailltig camera
out uf your plate cinm-ra, with
tho mlvnntago or focuttxlng on
the ground glass ' tho same its
when using plates.
The Puck consists of twelve
flat cut lllms packed together In
a light-proof case. They will not
curl In ileclopment itnd are or
thochrntmitlc to a marked degree.
Honolulu Photo Supply
Fort, Below Hotel
IN COPLEY PRINT!
PACIFIC PICTURE FBAMINQ CO.
1050 Nuna'nn Strwt
P'.ACE CARDS AND FAVOR 8
Novel designs and urtlstlo conceits
faithfully executed. Tho prices are
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 22, 1911.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4:30 p, m.
J Poal (M to Henry I'cka D
Pallia Ynshlmotn and bsb to Hu-
kujl Ynshlmotn D
Patilck K ltyan to Diana II M ltyan D
Calvin M Caiiip and vf to It If
Cross , D
Entered for Record June 23, 1911.
From 8)30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Kinihiinul (k) to James AKo I)
(1 P Kiimauoha to Uordou Qloro. ...
Allicrt I-' Judd and wf to ShoJIro
In Hetiiil, tho eaidtnl of Korea, tho
Japanese population Increases at tho
rato of 30DO monthly. Education is
said to be receiving vigorous atten
tion nt the hands of the Japanese
William Clark, well known to base
Hill followers years ago as "Dad"
Clark, pitcher of .the New York Na
tionals, died In.a, liOHpltuI at Lorain,
O., from an attack of purs) sis.
Soiuo htilTi'rcrrt from stoiiiaVli
troiililo liuvo I it appi'tito itud
cvi-ti lln siglit of fond is tlistaste
fttl to tlit'in. Oilier lnivo ii raven
dim iiii(lilc. The lift condition
is woi-xo tliim llit first for tlio con
tinual tivt'j-limiliiit; of I he stomach
there is one way 'to remedy it
llics-i1 poifons and then, by ii
up the strength of the weak
best proof is a euro like the fol
(Continued from Page 1)
Hon for first and second oiling, while
Ileeln section required tucnty-slx b.jr
rets to completo llm Job,
Cleaning gangs under the direction
of Supervisor Iaiw tind Road Super
visor Piiele havo been kept at work
on Knpalal road. Kaneohe section
where for 2500 feet both fdilcH of tho
road iac been placed In good repair.
Peach gravel has been tried nnd
found n good material for that portion
of Walkalua road at a dlstanco of
about 700 feet.
The ro.id committee found that
minor repulrs hnve been made ul Kua
ton, lliiklpuu sections, Knbuluii bridge,
Knntnhe section and r.tliclo bridge at
The cantonlcrs' house nt Koolnit has
also been placed In llrst-class conill
The attention of the committee has
been called to a fence running along
the Konlnu Pall road, which Is In
pretty hud condition. A portion of the
structure has beeomo broken down nnd
dilapidated. It has been ordered re
paired. That several bridges In WalViee, Ka
liiituu and Kiiuleknln nro at present un
safe for trnllc Is the opinion of the
supervisors, and they nro said to bo
In euro need of Inimedlnto nttentlnn
This Is nno of many Items that will
havo to bo considered III making ap
propriations for tlio next six months,
A large bunker used for storing
broken rock nt the Ileeln qunrry bus
become rotten, This will havo to bo
replaced at an curly date.
RABELER GLAD HE
DID NOT LOSE TEMPER
Hnnio Ilnboler, who flgurod In poj
lien court yolcrday as tho Injured
party In tho nssault cato on which F
Shiiner was sentenced to n flno of $10,
said today that Attorney K. C Potcrs
has no right to remark In court that
ho, Habolor, should hnve received'
more of a punching tfinn ho did,
"I ii m glad I did not loso my own
tompor and hit Shanor, nnd I do not
want to lie put In tho light of a qunr
tclsomo man," said Itabelor. nabolor
Is (leorgo It. Carter's machinist nnd
an expert auto engineer.
FIRST OF AERO LAWSUITS
PAUIS, May 27. A niinihor of fuf -
nu-rs near Due, whero M. Maurleeijrci, ti Kundy, March 6-7; Colombo,
Farmaii bus established a school of
uvlitdon, havo begun a lawsuit
against him on account of alleged
dnmngo to crops caused through aero
planes flying over tho land, Tho caso
will shortly come beforo the court.
To cnablo Ills ndvocato, Mattro In-
trecq, tn Judge for himself whether
nay harmful ejfect can be caused la
tills way, Mr. Furmnn took Ilia bar
rister )esterday for half nn hour's
flight lu ono of his machines.
s icuiciiuio :
MUCH APPLAUSE AT
ALL THE THEATERS
Applauso greeted tilt tlio . iitidc lllo
performers lit tlio Haoy, Emplro and
llljoit theaters last night. At the Em
pire Ollxon and Ttiloni In new dancing
nhil singing ntimhirH nml u sketch, and
Itynn and Hyun, tho rngtlino dancers,
cniitrlbiitcd to the cntcrtiiliimciit of a
Inrga niiillencc, and there wcro excel
lent pictures, n program well worth
Over at the Savoy the ttugtlmo Trio,
In new musical numbers nml other pop
tilar stunts, mid Miirjnrlo I.ynbrooke,
the slngrr, pat on n program of tin
nsunl merit and scored. Miss Lyn
lirooko featured the swing nng from
"Tho ftolllcklng Olrl," nnd tho Trio
made good us usual. Thero Is one com
etly pjcturo nt tho Knvoy which Is al
together one of the best ever shown
hero and one that Will tiiko all tho blues
The new program at the Itljou went
well, and helng Ragles' Night, there
were many additional numbers to the
regular card. The Kugtcs leased 'the
house and It was tilled from start "to
!lnlh with nn appreciative ntidlrnce.
The Melnottc Twins and Clay Smith
featured their "Scandal" song, which Is
musical repartee, while tho Bltatctls,
with roller-skate clog tlnnelng, caught
tho houso ns usual. Tonight tho Skn
(ells cluinga their net to n comedy
scene. Aldlno and rnssltly, with their
slilo-spllttlng ncrnlintlc comedy work,
nro the cleverest people of their class-
to niipear'herc. The new lllms nro good
The soma prcgr.ims tonight and to
MRS. McCANDLESS ON
MOVING PICTURE FILMS
Mrs. J. S. McCandlcss Is given tho
following mention by tho Ledger, of
Tnroma. Mrs. McCandlcss' hnnio bo
foro her marriage.
Mrs. J. s. McCandlcss, formerly
Miss Lillian Haigcar, of Tticnnia.
figures very prominently In it scries
of moving picture films of Hawnit
which aro being Blionn at tho Pant
ages theater this week by I.lnytl
Chillis, who represents tho territory
of Hawnit in Its exploitation woik
The scries of pictures Is presented
In tlio form of varied travelogues and
is proving an attractlvo adjunct tu
the big musical Hawaiian act. Frank
N. McCandlcss of Tncoma, who Is nn
cxteuslvo Hawaiian, Investor nnd bro
ther of .1. S. MrCahillcss, Is planning
n ciam-bake nnd launch trip for the
Hawaiian troupe and tho cntlro party
will go over to one of tlio beaches this
morning, taking their musjeal Instru
nicnts along lor a good tltno.
Mrs. McCandlcss' relatives llvo I'i
Tncoma, but tho formor Taconia girl
is now n lending society woman of the
Island or Hnwnll, figuring consplcu
nusly in charltnblo work and nil)
manner of beneficial Institutions for
nntlo children. Tho moving pictures
show her rending President Lincoln's
famous Oettysliurg address to several
hundred native children whom she
was assisting to fittingly commemor
ate Lincoln's birthday anniversary.
Mr. Chllds' novel molhod of pre
senting tho native music, Instrumen
tal and vocal, with each of tho Inter
esting pictures. Is qulto a feature In
Itself, nnd Is lining big business for
tho Pantages this week. Ah a vehi
cle to boost Hawaii tho vaudcvllio
stunt Is something now, and apparent
ly highly appreciated all around for
tho pictures nnd music explain mora
In ono mlntilo nbout the country, peo
ple itnd custoniR.than literature could
do In an hour. Mr. Chllds roprosent
cd Ibo territory of Hawaii at tho A
Y.-P. exposition, nnd slnco that tlmo
hits Inurei) tho Knst, playing long en
gagements nt tho theatres of Now
SAN FRANCISCO Charles Ketler,
author of tho "Idyls of HI Dorado" and
ono of tho mHt famous poets of tho
prestnt time, bah arranged to muko a
tour of tho Orient. Ho will leave San
Francisco August 30 nnd will stay In
Honolulu September E-12. Following Is
Japan, September 23 to October 27;
China (Tientsin, Peking, Hankow, Nan
king, BhalBhul), November 2-18; Ma
nila, November 23-30; Hongkong, De
cember 0-13; llatavln, December 21 to
January 5, 1U12; Singapore, January 7
11; PenaiiK, January 13; HunRoon, Jun
uary 17-22; Calcutta, January 25-29;
Durjeellng, January 31 to February 2;
Ilennres, February (-6; I.ucknow, Feb
ruary 7-9; Cawnpore, February 10-11;
Agra, February 12-15; Delhi, February
16-18; Jaipur, February 19-20; Ilombay,
February 21-23; Madras, February 25-
ks: Tiinlore. March 1-3: Tutlcurln.
March 8-9; Port Said, March H; Cairo,
March 15-22; Alexandria, March 23;
Athens, March 25; thence through
Oreece, Hlclly, Ituly, Switzerland, Ger
many, France and England,
lYnnk Hamilton Hntlianay, aged 12,
a Innkrr, nnd Known from coni-t to
count as n follower of sports, died at
his homo In Pittsburg, Pa., from
TUB DID TIIBATUIt"
Now I Newl Nowl
Ukc "So Uld I" and "I Saw I tint
rirstj Ho's Mine."
Aldine and Cassidy
Acrobali Tumblera Comodlani
An Immente Hit '
Roller Skate Clog Dancers
Watch for Comedy Act
Nt'WKHT MOTION PlCTUItl'S
COUPON8 NOT ACCEPTED
Till: HOl'SH OF OOOD FILMS"
ANOTHER BIO PROGRAM TONIGHT
DEAN, MoHENRY & GREEN
The Boya with the Musical Act
BOYS (With Comedy
(With an Act
Tho Hnect Singer
Featuring "THE 8WING 80NQ," from
"The Rollicking Girl"
a wi:i.i.-si:i.i:cti:i) series
of motion pictures
"FOR A COXY EVENINO"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
ALL NEW TONIGHT LATE8T
For a Real Funny Act, See tho
Ryan and Ryan
Comedy Character Impersonators nnd
In Ragtime Dances
Gilson and Tolan
Dancing, Ringing nnd Sketch Tram
Presenting a Classy Sketch with
NEW MOTION PICTURES
Baseball for Sunday
1l30 HAWAIIS vi. JAPANE8E
3:30 STARS vs. PORTUOUE8E
Reserved Seats for ccntor nnd wings
of grandstand can bo booked nt E. O,
Hull & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on sale at M. A. Ounst's
Cigar Store, from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
Prloes 35c, 25c and 15o
"The Pioneer Plumber"
182 'Merchant Street Phone 1931
INSI8T ON HAVING
Pau Ka liana
FOR YOUR HOUSE
8uccetsora to Shaw A Seville
KING 8TREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491
2185 editorial rooms 225Q
business ofilre. These ure the tele
phone uuuibi-rs of tho ltulletln.
Whitney & Marsh,
Handsome All-Over Laces;
Gold and Silver Yokings,
Silk Embroidered Bands,
A complete line of
Hand-Made Chmy Laces
WILL ARRIVE PER MARAMA FOR
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Splendid retulte are obtained both In acute and chronic caeee.
175 BERETANIA, Corner Union Street 'PHONE 1733
A Superior Line of
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retailed at wholesale prices.
Th's line consists of Skirts, Corset-Covers,
Gowns, Chemise, etc., all of the latest
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