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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 14, 19(1.
When a Tonic
liervous system. By taking n to nie. that iVnlso a specific ,for limiiy
disorders of the. blood ntul nerves the threatening .disenso limy bo pre
venled. Such it remedy is Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Peo
ple, u blood-building and iiiurvn strengthening Ionic that has cured
niaiiy eases whero other medicine had been tried without ImmigIU.
Miss Tlivlka Holland, of No. 16.14 Lemon street, Long lleacli, Cal., says:
"I was so thin and pale that people thought I hud consumption. I was run
down, weak and unuhlo to stand nny exertion. 1 wns short of breath,
hud no ambition und was always tired. I was nervous and my sleep wuh
broken. I hnd to be careful what I ate and my stomach was out of order.
My heart atso troubled me a great deal. I wan often confined to bed for
two or three weeks ut n time. On n f rlend's advice I began the use of Dr.
Williams' I'lnk Tills und nftor a fair trial 1 began to get better. I kept on
using the pills until I was completely cured.' I am now strong and well
nnd able to stand any exertion. 1 recommend l)r Williams' I'lnk Pills be
cause they cured me after threo yeurs of sickness and after my doctor had
said he could not help me."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People nro n general tonic nnd
have cured such blood, nnd nerve diseases its iinainiii, rheumatism,
uftor-eUVt'ls of the grip nnd fevers, scirttiea, neuralgia, sick head
ache itm St, Vitus' dance.
A valuable booklet, "Dis
eases of the lllood," containing
helpful Information will bo
cent upon reuuest.
Dr. Williams' I'lnk Pills are J
sold by all druggists, or will bel
tent, postpaid, on receipt of I
price, SO cents per box; slxl
boxes, 2.r,n, by the Dr. Wil
liams Medicine Company,
Schenectudy, N. V.
ii,vj y irJ v a
$ 1 00.
1HE HAWAII PROMOTION COMMITTEE
1 hereby offers price of ONE HUNDRED
DOLLARS for the Best Design for the 1912
FLORAL PARADE POSTER. Owtag to the
shortness of the tinei ell' designs must be sub
mitted to the Committee on or before August
D. P. R. ISENBERG
- Chairman, Special Committee on
1912 Floral Parade Poster
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from overwork,, worst mly, or nny
oilier cnnw, 11 5001I tonic is needed.
Hut sometime wlint, ia mUtnken
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HI VISIT HOME
Honolulu Is invited to the unveiling
of till- stiltue of Mark Twain, at Ilannl
bnl. Mo., next ytar.Tliln In the news
contained In a letter to Secretary II.
P. Wood of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mltteo from Sydney J. Roy, secretary
of the Commercial Club of Hannibal,
the Rrent humorist's boyhood home. Mr.
Hoy explain all about It in the follow
Yours of the 14th ln.it. received. The
lout Mlrttourt Legislature, tn tho cloning
dnyn'of the session, passed a hill appro
priating (10,000 for a Ktatue of Mark
Twntn, to be erected In one of the parks
at Hannibal, and f 1000 for a marker to
be erected nt his birthplace at Florida,
In Monroe county, Mo., which In at the
forks of Salt River.
The commissioners, live In number,
provided for In the bill have not yet
been appointed by the Governor, but
will be In a few day.
"We hopo to hnvo the statue ready
for dedication early In August or Sep
tember, 1912, when we expect to Invite
nil ex-.IIannlbnllons to coino home for
a short stay as the guedts of the Han
nibal' Commercial Club. W expect ,to
have tit that tlmo a convention of hu
morists of tho United States, und per
haps of tho world, as ouriKUcsts., We
will also have all the memliera of tho
Missouri Legislature that passed the
bill. Tho Governor of Missouri, Hon.
Herbert 8. Hadley, will, of course, pre
sent the statue to tho city ofllonnlbal.
We hope to have President Toft. Also
for that occasion .we shall expect Mark
Twain's only daughter, Mrs. Gabrllo-
wltch, to be our guest. And laat, but
not lease by any means, we want Just
us ninny of his admirers from the Ha
waiian Islands as can potslbly come,
because tho" marked papers sent from
Honolulu to tie members of tho Mis
souri' Legislature advocating the pass
age of the bill carrying the appropria
tion made a marked Impression on the
members opd .was tho subject of com
ment In 'nil legislative circles.
"Wo riiould have .written you .before
this thanking you for the service ren
Location Not Settled.
" "There Is" a question here where the
monument should be put whether In
Rlvrvlew Purk, rising all the way from
125 to 350 feet nbovo the river and
from 'Which ono.of tho grandest pastoral
vlewi In 'America can be obtained, or
on Lover's Leap, a lilsh. promontory
Jutting out In the southern part of the
city and rising SS0 feet abovo tho Mis
Hlsstppl River, or In Central. Park, a
small squnro In the business section of
the city. All of' these locations have
their advocates.' Personally I favor-the
Central Park; because there It would
bo the monument of Mark Twain ror
all tho people all the year around. 'The
little, boys (and girls ,ln 'the alleys and
back districts who cannot rid) through
tho outlying parks In automobiles, ior
climb distant heights to.vlcw tho statue
of Hannibal's most Illustrious citizen
con, If It ils In Central' Park, In' the
early (morning and at noontime, and In
the twilights and In the moonlight, and
all other hours, piny nt ttherfeet of
Hannlbnl and Missouri's! most distin
'I will be glad to keep you posted
In the future on the progress of things
connected with the statue.
"manning- you nnd your newspapers
for Ihe hearty cooperation rendered uk,
I beg to remain, yours .very Jtruly,
V(Slgned) SYDNEY J. ROY,
"Secretary, .Commercial Club."
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Wklr Raltls 1 er .
'.""' i'r' -
At Auction At the EI1UT Rooming
. House, Monday, July 31, 1911. ut JO
o'clock a. m., the entire household
furniture of 15 rooms. Jas. W. Pratt,
auctioneer, 4878- 16t
Cleun, .comfortable .cpJJuge, newly .done
up; i:v. Apply ion r.minu hi.
RtfOM and board.
Nlcely-furnljlysd room, next to bath, on
, carllne, .walking distance froyn .town,'
for gentleman. Doari) If 'desired. Ap
ply "L. L.", Bulletin office. t
Green s.llk bag stitched with white, on
, Kulmuki car leaving Pawua Junction
about 5:10, or en Llllha and Emma
8t, car 'between Y.M. C. A. and LI-
lllm St. terminus Monlny evening,
July 10. Kindly return to Bulletin
At sacrlllcc 1 Rrlnsinead, $125; ,1 Oer
luan uprlKht, ISO; 1 Kingsbury, 1175.
J. Slierldan, JC2.JIotel St., piano tuner
and repairer. 4877-lm
Plan of Joint 'Action With Ho
nolulu For .Exposition Pub
licity Is Favored.
Manila people, are ready to co-op-erute
with the Honolulu commercial
bodies In connection with the erec
tion of buildings at the Panamu-l'u-
cine Exposition, according to news
that has reached this city. Also
comes favorable comment on thu Ma
nila press on the plan. Ono of the
papers makes the following remarks
The action of the directors of the
Merchants' Association In co-operat
ing with the Honolulu Chamber In u
enmtialirn mnvemnnt to lntirt.nt f'nti.
gress in furthering thu commercial
interests oi inu miiuius in connection
wiin me erection oi uuiiuings nt llio
Panuina-Puclilc ExuoHltlon hIiiiiiIiI l
given the moral support of every res
ident, interesleu in tuo spreading of
the rlnht kind of I'llll limine u-nsiwl
Tliere will never be a more opiior
tune tlmo Xu give tho fullest publicity
to the Philippines' than when the rep
resentatives or the farm gather at
San Francisco to help Uncle Sam
celebrate tho completion of the Hie
Ditch that Dromli.es to revolullonlzn
the trade routes of the world.
The congress should subscribe
1250.000 to helU'innko the Exunslthm
a success from an Insular point of
view Is not a matter of debate. The
Panama-Pacific is not n lncnl ntnn.
sltlon simply to show off thu bounties
or tne coast, but a. national demon
stration In which the insular iionsea.
along must be comprehensively repre
sented or it would fall Bhort of the
purpose .of Its promoters.
We do not believe that we should
expect Congress to puy all our ex
penses and the Philippine Legislature
will wnrm up to the Imnortnnrn ,.f
sending (a splendid exhibit from the
islands but since wp are willing here
to undertake to sendVtlie best exhibit
the islands can. produce. It Is nothlmr
more than redaonabl'e that Congress
should t least erect the buildings
necessary to house- them nnd show
them off advantageously when they
Iri the selection of Mr, Krlnngur we
believe that the Interests of the As
sociation In this campaign will be
admirably advanced.- He is sure to
receive the supjjort of the California
uiihwi i.cKoruiess.QL party, amila-
tions and we are not mistaken when
we' say that the whole west will put'
In an oar to belp Honolulu and Ma-'
nlla out at this time.- Indeed
.would not be, surprised If the Chicago
nuvtuiiuu wouiu say more than a
kind word for us If tho matter were
token up directly with Hint body
now that there .Is a whole, Jqt, of In
terest roused In these. Islands as a result-of
the recent visit hero. Nothing
like, striking when the Iron Is hot.
HILO'S FOURTH OF
Hilo has 'successfully and satis
factorily wound up everything con
nected with the "Olorlous Fourth."
according to the Tribune, which y:
A.jneetlng of the committee which
had charge of the arrangements for
the Fourth of July celebration took
Place mat Saturday aftornoon, at
which the finances were straightened
out satisfactorily. Thanks,. yas re-
uerea to unairman l'omeroy of the
parade vcommlttce, to whqsi, efforts
the .success of the dnv wns dun tnnrn
than to any other one individual. Ah
a token of Its grntltuilo the committee
decided to present him with a full
set of pictures of- tliB iarade. Great
appreciation was also expressed of
the part which the Japanese and the
Chinese residents bad taken in the
matter, It was decided to give a
special prise, to the Japanese mer
chants' association of 400, which It
tuu aonaie to Japaneso charlcties,
'while to ,Uie Chinese merchants will
bo. presented a line cut glass vuso. A
boy, whose' leg was broken durliif- ti
field sports, had hs jihyslclnn's bill
piua oy tne committee on Held nports,
through tho efforts of Judge Wise.
AUTO AND STREET-CAR '
DAMAGE EACH OTHER
A. K. Decker, Mtlesmiin for tho von
Ilamm-Young Company, was driving a
Ford 'runabout clown Alnkea .(met
shortly after 11 o'clock this mprnlng
wnen ins low gear stuck. He Jammed
on the brakes, but the engine, still
running, drovo the machine out into ili
street-cnr track, nnd when, he killed tho
engines thu auto stopped. A 1,1111m
street car struck tho front axlo and
twisted It, the shock smashing the car
The car was No. )C. In charge of Con
ductor A, Iloberts and Motorman J.
Hruun. Decker ahuilves the car crew
from nny blame In tho matter, saying
the collision was n pure nccldcht, .and
Hint it wns caused entirely by tho stick
ing of tho low gear. The damage on
both sides wns slight.
Raiidlts In Los Anuelcs attacked II,
T. Held, a diamond brokor, beat him
Into Insensibility and escaped with a
tray of gems valued at f&QOO.
8EE THIS HEADLINER1
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Clever Singing Team
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TWO OAMES - - TWO QAMISS
Saturday, July 15
1l30 HAWAIIS vs. PORTUGUESE
3i30 KEIOS vi. STARS
Sunday, July 16
1i30 HAWAIIS vs. STARS
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Prices 75c, Me', 35c and 25o
Reserved Seats for center and wlnt's
of frrundstand can be booked at E. O.
nail & Bon's sporting department. En'
trance, Klne street.
Tlcktes on sale nt M, A Ounst's
ClKar Htoro nml Hawaii Drue Store,
Hotel street, from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 11. m. Sunday.
MIDWEEK 8CHEDULE, Commencing
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July 19 Kelos vs. All-Chinese
July 26-Keloi vs. All-Chlno.e
PRICES 50c, 35c, 2So
JEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATKIt FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
NCE upon n time." began ilmlilr, "lliero wn n lit", slmns slant whn
lived in n cave In Him woods, and unci' n urek hv wuiiid go in u vll
logo nearby nnd tnnki- tho penplu llll n huso Imsket full nf i-ni:pe ami
JuUl und lirc.Hl mid cvervthllnr lroml In e.m llu.n I... (eni.i ,....,
It homo find lie around uml have u finu tliue. Now. the people of Unit vlllicn
were very much nfralo of the grout fellow, whom thee i,;ul iiinm.l Mr Mmm
tain, for he was so powerful that ho could ,llft ten, men with liix link, linger,
and once ho stepped on n honi nnd sinnslied It nil to pieces. Fur main- j.-.trn
they supplied blni with fil. but olio day they met to seu ir some nno could
not think of a plan to drive the glunt nuay.
" 'I'll tell you what to do.' wild one. 'We'll creep up when lie's sleep In
front of his envo, tlo his hands nnd fi'et "flnd then iut him In u Umt ami let
him Ball out to sea.'
"This seemed to be n ptetly pood wny to Ur Mr. .Mountain, nml It went tlno
nt flrst. Tho ouly trouble was Hint no limit could be found big enough to
hold tho prisoner, nud lie soon broke the iok.- with which thev hnd tied blni.
After that he came twice a week for food and said !iu uonld'klll thuni all If
they disturbed lilm ngnln.
"Tho poor villagers had about given up all hope of o?er driving nwny tho
giant, but one day when lm cntne for food he laid down Ms pptf and went
homo without It. After lie had gone nway they nil gathered around thu great
pipe, which was almost ns big im'n liorse, and tlnnlly ono of the villagers. began
to dance around nnd yell its if lio hnd gone crazy. When asked what hu meant
by such actions ha said:
'"Ob, I've Just thought of n splendid way to pet rid of that blc. I.17.V fel
low who. Is tnklug nil our food! It's thu best chance wu ever lind! Hurrah!
'Hurrah!' And then he .went on to explain:
"'Hurry up. everybody, nml get nil llio cttnpowdcr In tho village! Wo-wlll
put It In his pipe, and that will fix I1I111I'
4"Wcll. the wny those people rushed around wns funny to see. They put
olRht barrels of gunpowder lu the bowl of tho clatifs pipe, colored It over
Willi 'tobacco and then rau Into their houses uml locked the doors to uwalt pe-'
suits. Pretty sodu back en me Mr. .Mountain all out of breath, for ln wns tn
n ereat hurry to smoke. .When ho found his pipe he koon had It In his mouth,
but the moment ho llebled It tliere wns n tremendous explosion that shook
all tho houses in tho vlltapes nnd broke all the dishes, but the people did not
care, for'the slant wan pone, and they never saw him nfjer that. 1 guess he
was blown rlsht back Into Olant Land."
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