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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JULY 2t, 1911.
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j A Tonic for
& the Stomach
jtbe stomiicli, ns enturrli of tho skmiiii'li, neitl Ktoinneli, nervous il.ya-
lejnia, iietirulgiii of tlio stoiiincli,fiii-tiiti. mill luck of tone, have tlio
ttTliio umk'rlj-'iiig rnuso impure: blood. In each case tJic stomach
ijveak. J)r. Williann' l'ink Pills for J'alo J'cople supply tho
,. siomncli with tho Mrengtli it nccdi litv enriching anil purifying the
bhiotl. Puro blood gives tone to the nenc, muscles, and glaniU of
the stomach and makes it capable, of piopcrly performing tho work
V'ln tho full of IDO.V M) Mr. U (5. Collin, of No. 27 Noilh Murn street,
Arlctu, n suburb of Portland, Ore , "1 Ix-Kiin to Imvo htntnucli triiubte, ulilcli
gradually crow nurse until I was not iiblo to work steadily. I wnsn't well
for tlio follonlns tliroo jears nml for tlirco months wan iinnhln to lo any
work at nil. 1 didn't Imvo nny appetite, and my stninucli hurt mo all of
tbn time. It was sour and pis was constantly dinning on It I was trou
bled with constipation and often 1m il sick headaches. 1 was greatly run
down In flesh and strength. I was trontcd by two doctors but neither did
tie, any good They pronounced my troublo catarrh of tlio stomach and
said I 'needed rest. I don't bclloo they knew what ailed nir-j Finally I
began taking I)r. Williams' l'ink l'llls for l'alo People, a medlrlno which
had been used In our family for n number of years. I felt good effects
frpm their use light away and continued with them until cured. I am nblo
to work ocry day now and feci much better cery way."
, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People have corrected s-ei'i-oiy
disorders of the stomach, have revitalized the nervous system
and restored to health .snlferors from -eveie disorders of tho blood
and nerves. For rheumatism, indigestion, nervous headaches and
many forms of weakness and debility Dr. William' Pink Pills for
Pule People are recommended even if ordinary remedies have been
tried -without relief.
A ropy of our dint book,
"What to Fat and How to
Fat," will bo sent freo on ro-
ouest to anyone Interested.
Dr. Williams' Fink l'llls nrc ,
sold by all druggists, or will be I
sent, postpaid, on rerelpt of
price, no cents per box: six
boxes, 2.I0, by tho Dr. Wil
liams .Medicine Company,
w Schenectady, r
bononcctady, N. y.
Have you fceen our
wonderful display of
Suits which we have
on sale at 1-2 of
what you pay else
where? You had better call
and invest in one of
them, as you will
never have such a
Also a large line of
DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc.
L. B. KERR & Co.,
A NEW KOHALA
A new lorpointlon, tho Kehena Water
Company, Wed Its papers jesterday and
s't nut that It Is urganUi il for tho
purpose of developing tho East llono
l.ani: wuters of Kolial.i.
The olllcers of tho company, as
named la tho articles of Incorpora
tion, arc I". E. Thompson, president
nnd director j J. M McCrossoii, Nice
president and director; J 1,. Young,
treasurer and director, and A. N.
Campbell, auditor anil director. Tho
Initial capital Is JIO.OOO, divided Into
lle hundred 120 shares, with tho privi
lege of Increasing the capitalization to
The ( ompuny proposes to develop tho
wutirs of EiiNt Honokanc, In tho Ko-
llmla mountains, and to carry the water
tiij tho Kohala plantations. This new
system will run parallel 'with tho J,
Tlio CNpei'lt'iico f miHoreM
from Motmicli trouble, who linvo
trit-il tlio tonic trciilini'iit willi Dr.
Williiinu' Tiiik l'ill, lm been
tlmt tlicir troublo lum ilNnjipc'itrcri
119 (Kll iw tlio IiIoikI wim Hindi
limr. The luiuicroiw iliorilera of
Tour Suits at
I Frank Woods dllc.li and become a com
petltor Henuto Hill sa gives un Irrl
gatlun company tbo right tu condemn
any land It wants for a right of way,
and therefore It will bo ablo to go
through .1 Frank Woods' land, a mut
er which nail the Knluiln ditch tied up.
THINKS BOARD HAS
MADE AJVRONG MOVE
Tho prophesy that tlio Hoard of
Ruporvlsors has handed Itsolf a finan
cial lemon In rejecting all bids for
tho moving of tho I'ohukulnn school
Iioiiro off tho library alto nnd tho de
rision to do tlio work Itself, was mado
this morning by n prominent con
tractor, who has no axo to grind In
asmuch as ho did not figure on tlio
"Tho lowest bid, $880, was u fair
figure, and I'd llko to bet a now hat
that the board sticks Itself trying to
do tho work clioapor-."
Governor Mctlovorn of Wisconsin
has signed a bill authorizing tho state
to engage In tlio annuity nnd life In
surance business after next year.
HAWAII A BOOST
Tho Washington Post of Juno 23
.contained tho loltowlng Interview with
Territorial Treasurer Cnnkllng:
"The Importance of Hawaii as a
revenue-producing part of tho United
Btatcs has never been appreciated by
the people of this country," said I). I..
(,'onklliiK, Treasurer of tho Territory,
at tho Wlllard. "In tho twelve yoaii
Hawaii has been annexed to this
country, tlio iqlunds hnc paid Into
tho united States Treasury In ciiS'
toms duties alono nearly $15,000,000
Tho whole State of Washington, with
Its grpat cities of Soattlo and Ta
coma, has paid Into the coffers of
undo Hum only $70,000 moro In ens
toms than the Hawaiian Islands.
"Last year' Hnwall paid Into tho
Federal Treasury duties and tnxes
amounting to 11,772,869, according to
n report made by Secretary Mac
Veagh. This Is moro than was paid
by Maine, Now Hampshire, Vermont,
Ithodo Island, Delaware, South Caro
linn, Ocorgln, Alabama, Mississippi,
Iowa, Colorado, Oregon, Montana,
Idaho, Wisconsin, Knnsns, and other
Slates and New Mexico, Arizona,
Alaska, Porto Illco, or the Philippines
In 1910 Hawaii ranked thirteenth In
tho collection of customs, being ex
celled only by New York Massachu
setts, Pennsylvania, Mnryland, Flor
ida, Louisiana, Ohio. Michigan, Illi
nois, Missouri, California and Wash
ington. "The sources of revenuo in Hnwall
ai a similar to those of any of tho
States. Customs duties form a largo
part of this rovontio. Tho corporation
tax produced last sear $121,000 In Ha
waii, and this year It will reach sev
eral thousand moro. Theso figures
merely go to show tho Imixirtanco of
the Hawaiian Islands to this country,
and tholr valuo compared with tho
other Insular possessions of tho Unit
THE SHOW GIRLS
If npjiearanccM count, the Norton
Comedy Company, which nrrlvcd this
nmrnlng on tho 8. 8. Makura, gives
proinlxc of being nil that advance re
ports have said. Tho company, which
numbers eighteen members. Is com
poHcd of ten ladles and eight men,
among them being six genuine, full
Hedged "New York show girls," while
among tho principals. In addition to
Mr. Norton, arc Miss Julia Wulcott
jrecognlred an one of the best character
women on me American singe. aims
Wnlcntt Joined tho Norton Aggregation
direct from Arnold Daly's New York
company, and has plajcd with mot of
the famous actors of tho American
stage of the pant two generations. An
other celebrity who will bo seen In tho
principal roles Is Harry Cummlngs, a,
comedian who also comes to Honolulu
with a Ilroadwuy reputation, having re
cently II nl shod n tour of the States
with Mnxlne Elliott. Mr. Cummlngs,
In addition to being an actor of tho
legitimate, stage, Ih alo an excellent
dancer and specialty artist. Itobcrt
McKlm. who recently played In Hono
lulu with the Howard Company, Is alxn
n member, as well as Miss Dorcas Mat
thews, who was seen to advantage In
various emotional roles while hero with
For tho opening bill, n George Cohan
piece has been selected, and, Judging
from States inmspuprr clippings, a
I performance of merit will bo prcKcnt-
ml, and tho company promises to lo
one. of tho best attractions Honolulu
bus cer bad.
Medical writers declare It Incurable
uftcr the sixth month whether olbu
menous or not.
The average man prefers to think of
It as "kidney trouble" and lets It go,
but tho census shows this appalling
fact out of 6.1,000 deaths from kidney
troubles tho last census year, over
nine-tenths of them (58,000) took the
form culled "flrlght's Disease," although
It Is (ulto probablo that nine-tenths of
theso up 'to the last moment thought
of It us nnd culled It "kidney trouble,"
when as u mutter of fact the only pos
sible hopo laid through a specific for
There never was one until Fulton
worked out his Renal emollient (Ful
ton's Renal Compound).
Hlnce then Inflammation of tho kid
neys, whether aUiumcnnus or not, or
whether rallod "kidney trouble" or
"Rrlght's Dlscuse," or whether six
months or six years old, commonly
If you Imvo had kidney trouble over
six months, no mutter what you cull It,
it Is tho only hope. Efllclcncy 87
where patients do not wnlt until bod
ridden, although somo of them recover.
It cun bo hud In Honolulu at tho Ho
nolulu Drug Co.
Wo desire to bear from and advise
with patients not noting tbo usual Im
provement by tho third boltlo. Liter
ature mailed free. Write John J. Ful
ton Co., 645 Ruttery St., San Francisco,
Damago estimated at more than
110,000 was done at North Anson, Me.,
rocontly by a small cyclone which
rnlsed havoc In town nnd severed all
If you want a good laugh, go to tho
llljon the rent of the week and hear
that funny colored man, Duke Johnson,
sing "Mind Your Own Kindness" In his
Inimitable way. Johnson's fun-making
goes on without a stop, apparently
Inexhaustible, and he can gel n "hand"
from the crowd simply by Inserting
himself In front of the curtnln and
Duko Johnson and Man Wells hold
the center of tho Itljoii program for tho
tntter half of the week Tho woman
wears u gorgeous gown that would put
n peacock to shame, while Johtiion ap
pears In his Foinbrr black evening
clothes, hut he Is the funnier of the
two. Ho doeno't dance ni much as ho
did the llrst half of the week, but sings
more and better.
The Ileeco Trio have tlio big mu
sical novelty act, ending with contor
tions by the child-wonder, Xm Petllo
Uinrle. A lot of people went last night
Jul to see this 12-yenr-old youngster.
and she did not disappoint them. The
mu.-lcal side of the act Is alt to tho
A particularly good mnUng-plcturn
feature Inst night was shown In "Tho
Clemency of President Lincoln." where
in that Immortal man U pictured ns
pardoning a youthful sentry who fell
nsleep. Not only Is the story histori
cally correct, or nearly so, but tho pic
tures arc particularly good and Presi
dent Lincoln's party was unusually well
Another film was an American In
dian story, lint the thread of the story
wns hnrd to follow- from the pictures
nnd much of the dramatic valuo was
CHANGE OF RILL
HELPS THE SAVOY
A change of bill last nlRht did tho
Savoy good. Tho illniHiir.inco of tllu
Ilugtlmo Trio wns no lost, and tho 8a-
ay put on a feature film at Its Thurs
day night show that Is as good ns un
Tho feature film Is called "Tho Rus
tlers," and Is tho Illustrated story of a
young cowboy who gambles uwuy all
tho money ho can earn or borrow from
his father, n wealthy cattleman, and
finally from lilt, sweetheart.
After losing all his money, tho cow
boy Is persuaded to turn cattle-thief
or "rustler," nnd after ono bunch of
horse has ticen run oft tho rango and
sold, tho imrty of rustlers are surprised
and captured by a posso of cattlemen,
among whom Is lit own father. Tho
boy tries to run, but It shot down.
The story told by this Win Is an In
tensely dramatic one, nnd tbo scenes
aro marvels of truth to life. Tho open
range, tho mad dash of the riderless
horses and tho thrilling feats of tho
cowboys ore ns exciting as it melo
drama No better Western film has
been shown here.
Outside of this film, the feature of
tho show for tho week-end Is Darnes
Itoblnson, pianist nnd singer, who
pull off a conversational act to music
and work hard. Their part Is an Im
provement oer tbo earlier part of the
week, mid while It lucks in fine humor.
It Is a robust comedy with n lilt of
daring oil tho lady's part. Other good
films are shown.
IS THE FEATURE
Tho Empire Theater ran a number of
good Wins last night, the program lin
ing entirely moving pictures. "Tho
Funeral of Count ToUtoy" Is a partic
ularly striking set, nnd Is, unlike, many
of tho pictures, not portrayed by actors.
Tbo real scenes of tho burial of this
grent man nt Ysnayn Polyana are shown,
tho curious, crowding Russian peas
ants, the olllcers, the civil authorities,
nil gathering to see tho man of letters
and tho political force go to hU lust
The comedy films aro well chosen.
There arc some things too
awful to contemplate one
is the giving of alcohol In the
guise of medicine to boys.
is the only .preparation of
Cod Liver Oil that contains
absolutely no alcohol, drug
or harmful Ingredient of
any sort. u. dsu.ht
W.ekljr BiilltotlB II iter Jtar,
NEW PROGRAM TONIQHTI
La Petite Laura
World's Grtatait Contortionist
ItAOE OF THE WEEK!
AMERICA'S GREATEST COLORED
In Rollicking Melody
Pretty Singing Comedienne!
BIG MATINEE SAIURDAYt
"The Home of Good Films"
NEW CHANGE TON'QHTt
A Qenulne Western Photo Play, Show
ing Capture of Cattle Thlovoe
Barnes & Robinson
Vaudeville Up to Data
Piano and Conversational Act
A GOOD SHOW!
LATEST MOVING PICTURE3
PICTURES EVERY NIGHT' "
"FUNERAL OF COUNT TOLSTOY"
A rathe Triumph
"LOVE UNDER DIFFICULTIES"
"AN ALPINE RETREAT"
AM, NEW AND OOODI
riucj;.s toe, iso
TWO (IAMBS TWO OAME8
Saturday, July 15
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Sunday, July 16
1l30 P. A. C. vi. J. A. C.
3i30 HAWAII8 v. KEIOS
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