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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUO. 10, 1911.
I "NO ONE IS STRONGER I
- - m THAN HIS STOMACH." I
" Pairs of When You
WlllK"V)VPr subjected to spells .
Waim V VI of stomach trouble,
1 Biliousness or Ma-
nAAC laria Fevcr and
JP11Vw Ague, you cannot
take a better medi
Regular Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 &. $5.00 cino than Hostet-
tcr's Stomach Bit
Now on Sale at ters. It removes the
d i t causo y ton'n tne
p3A)0 d Fdir entire digestive sys-
tern, Try it and see.
I" IIUT ISIST OX ,
I R V aw SV. Pa Kostetter's
.U. D. iverr 11K VO., Ud. stomach Bitters
Alakea Street l'or miIo ly nenxon. Smith & Co.,
Ltd; ('liaml'crs Drue Co, I.til.; IIIIo
nHHBHaaBgBHHgggggggl lruK wholesalo
A Jiiiinom n.iimd Mnrlmoto Onto,
who linn la en hrhh;e tuuh r for tho
' Jlllii lEtilluuy tit Walaki.i for u nunihir
1 of -nr. cuiiiiultliil suicide, hint S.it
tinhfy liy (.lioullui; himself. There liail
Ittin n in utul ih ruiiKt mint untlcid lu
Ihe'iirin lalily, Init It um nut thuiiKht
It would take mi m-rlmis a t tit it Hi
IwiM'S n wife mill ww ml children.
TIih KiiHrUor of Hawaii, or. prop
irly H"'mKIiii.-. Hupirxipor I.mii.ui, uru
nil 'worked up ner tin- fait tliut tin'
JuKineo of Illln lnu prcMented u hill
of $50 to tho Kitpeixlsor for ri'tit of n
J(ip.moK(i xclmolhoiiiic nt Ktulukikuu
that nni utlllred I'.v the loiintj h t ca
pon of there tint hiltiK room eiuniKh 111
the' regular rihoiiln. Tin- hill wan or
ilirnl paid, hut I .Milan dnea not think
lt'l exactly it square ileal.
Road Material Disappearing.
Heiretury Ia-wIh of the holt road com
mix) Ion of Hawaii thrown wihl watir
on tho piopoit.il Htheino to efttahllili
ni.itfil.il ilepotx iiloni; tin' rotitu of tho
hilt mail for tin put post, of holm;
hamly for repair. Ho nays: "Wetrlul
that mlii'iiic miller the ohl Board of
riupervlKorx, nlnl wo fouinl that It did
not work The rm k piles hipt de-
?! -Women suffering from any form of illness are invited
Hto promptly communicate with Mrs: Pinkham at Lynn,
fcMass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered
ijjby .womqn. A woman can freely talk of her private
illness to a woman ; thus has been established this confi-
' Wdcnce'bctwccii Mrs. Pinkham and the women of America
jSwhich lm never been broken. Never has she published
' a testimoui.il or used a letter without the written consent
fof the writer, and never has the company allowed these
f confidential letters to get out of 'their possession, as the
, hundreds of thousands of them in their files will attest, j
' Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. Pink-
fham has to draw from, it is more "than possible that she
has gained the very knowledge needed in your case.
VShe asks nothing in return except your good will, and her
advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or
-poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous
, - offer of assistance. Address Mrs. Pinkham, care of Lydia
E)' Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
"Anyway every woman ought to have "Lydia E.
) Pinkham':. 80-page Text Book." It is free also.
ttiii :., ii. r., u,., ..:.,,, .,...,.. ...:.i. ......-... ...1 .i.i
r x 111 in iiiu niiiwt, iii i.ui,jwii nun viiit iiiiiuu ai ill uuuicni
'. and mail it to the Lydia li). Pinkham Medicine Co., Lynn,
Mass., and you will get this valuable book at once, free.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM MEDICINE CO., LYNN, MASS.
Pl9a0, inptaln wrapper, smntt a copy of
" Lydia E. Pinkham's Private Text Book Upon
Ailments Peculiar to Women "
ircnnlni; lu le on mi mint of thu theft
of in.itirl.il thircfioin. In Koine cunea
tin pooler clauses swlpeil whatewr
tiiiliilul the) neeileil for their own
purposm I haw- in) si If catiKht them
hi the net." Lewis thlnkH It almost
Impossible lo prvw'iit mail inalerl.il
lloiu hilne; taken, anil does not hcllce
the plan will work, It li: Inti failed tin
a former trial
The uiUncntca of lahor unions on the
llli; Island h.iwi lecclwd nit hinds of
eniotirnKeiin lit "from hcnihiunrtirs of
Hie American 1", di ration of 1-lhor.
Woril wan received hint week that n
sum of money Hiilllclent to keep Or
K.inlzir (' T Pouch In the Island for
nix inouthi hail hi en niiproprlnteil nml
that I'limli. nerompnnleil liy KwnllUo
as Inlirpreter, will tour the Krnup nml
nrKanl.e lahor unions wherever wnnt
iil. Ijihor union mecthiRH lire heliiK
frcipicutlv hehl nt IIIIo nml nro mect-
Iiir wltll tiiucli miccush lu tho wny nf
Land Patent Fight.
The KetthTrf of Knlwlkl nnd Open
I'elentt lire, iierordlnK to reportii, (tet
tliiB ready for n tusulp with the Ter
ritorial Rnverniiient, which will Mart
heforo JuilRn I'nn-onH nnd will iroh
uhl) wind up In thn Buprema Court.
The reftmnl to Krant p.ltent for the
honieteaiN 1h the raiiKi of trouhle.
Italian rculilpiifa of Wiitnrliury liavo
IipIIIIompiI the Rovcnjr Betieral of
Cau.id.i not Impose tho ileal li pen
nlty on Mm. .N'apcilllanu.
The Coluuibux, (), DlHpntch cnlln Ha
waii the ".MithiK 1'ot of the Nutlons"
mid tells why In the following article
of remit date; ,
"Hawaii, Ions fninoUH mi the 'parn
iIIhu of the raclllc lit now htKlmiluff
In llfiire In truwl kttclie im tho
uieltlnt; pot of the ruieii.
"It would tnke U complex color
HOlieme, indeed, to iniiku up an etjiuo
IokIciiI chart of Its population, and thu
chart would take cukiiIziiiicc mainly of
The native Islanders nro a fastwin
IkIiIiik element. 1'iom 300,000 "of them
counted In 178, they havo dwindled to
"The Hawaiian censiiB of 1910 liow
ed 01,110 JnpalH'Be. 23,787 nath'ex, 23,-
702 ClifniHe, 10,670 TortUBUeiie. 7SI8
Hawaiian luiir-hrvedH, 7282 Americans.
17.10 llrllUh, 1104 UvrinaiiK, 002 l'oly
liexl.illM and 294 of mixed or lun.laml
lleil rncex In nil, 154,001. lu tho hint
ten yearn the population linn IncreaH
id to 2111,000, hut tho proportions re
main the Maine.
"With only ,8 per rent, of whiten on
the Inland, It would neem iih If thu
JapaueKe were to domlnutc, hut a re
cent HiikIIhIi authority forocantH a fu
ture for Hawaii dutcrmlned liy Chinese,
Hawallnn and aueaxlan clemeiitH,
with Ainerlcaim leadliiK In Industry and
"The Japanese, thoueli numtrlcnlly
jirepondirnnt, are helm? dlsphired by
natives fmm the I'.sherlCH nnd tho var
ious nctlUtlca of transportation, nnd
h.ne turned to barter and sale, to the
handicrafts and lo domestic ncrvlce.
It Is claimed that wliilu they IncrenHo
In nulnherf,, they romo Into little con
tact wfth the other races.
"The most hopeful mixture, from the
Ilrltlsli point of view, li that which la
tnkltiK place between the Chinese and
tho native Hnwallans, the solidity of
the Chlueao character coining oitfrom
It Svlthj uipecuil profinfnenci Tha.f.i.
wallaji,of tlie futuie InJlVjio nn vany
goliiB fellow who can lie ' depended
iipon.( Ho will have 'a liking for nrt,
music nnd llterntureMnlti will need a
Buhllne ihaiid In commercial1 enterprlne
and (ill matter of Kovernmont."
' .. fc
TELLS OF MISSION
There was a falr-slzod audience that
llstined to an IntcrcstliiB lecture by
Ituv. W. tl. Olion .at Cential Union
parish houso last night, The nddress
ilenlt wltll tho 'great missionary expo
Hltlon recently held In Huston. Some
of the Interesting featurta of tho great
inlFsloiiury meet were that there wire
over four huiulreil thousand paid ad
missions during tho four weeks the
conclaxo was In (.esslon.
Picsl.lent Taft opened tho exposition
by pressliiK (in electric button In Wash
ington. Tho rresldent sent n telegrum
to tho chairman ot tho exposition and
a reply was sent to him.
MIsslouworkerH from Turkey; China,
Hawaii, iinim.jijurina, japan, mricn
niuf all other parts of tho worhl min
gled together,1' and 'it muttered not
whether they wprp McUiodatH Church
of Knglund, Wcsleyins or iny other de
nomination till were friends, and many
Interesting missionary stories were ex
changed, , 'TJ
Mr. Olesnn spok'e for about nn hour,
and he was listened to with the deepest
"Ty" Cob, the grent American League
battir, sent Chnrllo Taft nn nutograpli
picture of lilniHclf, and the President
son Is tho proudest boy In his town.
Ho admires the champion's picture very
2185 editorial r'oiuim 2250
littnliie8 oftli-f, Tliene ur the tele
phone unuiher of the Bulletin.
DIES IN WANT
Originator of Decoration Day
, Impoverished By San
'. 1IY C. H. AMIKIIT.
Special Dulletln Corresponilence.) ,
WABIIINQTON. D. C. July 29.
Mrs. Sito Ijingdon Vauglian, widow of
the lata Judge J, II. VuuKhnn, of San
Francisco, has Just been laid to rcs
litre. She died In obscurity, being an
Inmate of the Kastern Star Masonic
Homo. She was known as the origi
nator of Decoration Day, afterward
made n legal holiday by Congress and
fixed at May 30 In each year.
Judge Vaugliun was wealthy until
the disastrous (Ire In 1906 visited San
Francisco. Ills uingnlucent residence
and business properties were swept
away. In reduced circumstances, lie
served ns Judge on one of the local
benches, but did not long survive.
Ills widow came to this city nnd nftcr
words entered the Masonic Home.
In Jackson, tho Capita! city of Mis
sissippi, there stands a monument
erecjed to commemorate the story
of how Mrs. Vaughan, who was then
Miss .plains, founded Decoration Hay,
which soon became n national holiday,
Wurmly patriotic In nature, bIio felt
something should be done to show
honor and respect to those who had
fallen Incite late strugglo between, tho
States. Shu wrote what was .culled
';The appeal ,to the, daughters of the
Southland," In which she urged that
a certnln day, April 25, I8C5, bo set
aside as a day when all the graves
of fallen 'Confederate soldiers bo
strewn with flowers.
Oil that day she was In Jackson,
Miss, und seeing four barren gnucs
after the ceremonies, 'she asked whoso
they were. On bolng told they woro
the graves of Federal soldiers she at
once decorated them with a beautiful
bouquet of roses which she held. The
news of this act spread and the llrst
break was seen In the clouds of the
Sectionalism which had enshrouded
Nationwide Interest was excited In
the movement, and threo years lutor
Congress Bet aside May 30 ns n na
tional decoration day, when tho craves
of all the soldier-dead might ba
strewn with flowers'. ' ' a
ALL TO SHARE
Supervisor Hhen Low has gone on
record as a great Iwllever In a per-i-otial
Inspection cl city streets and
highways. Within the past few lay
Low has been on a Rtlll hunt In run
ning down a sheaf of coj'nplatuts which
dally Hud their 'way Into the olllcu of
Mir) or J. J. ivrn.
"I do not bell'ovfl In Mho policy of
plating faorltes," remarks the peram
bulating iifiinlclpnl legislator In refer
ence lo n rtipiest coming from Makikl
district that inilro street 'oiling bo done
out that way. I
"Tim poor as well as tho rich nro en
titled to street Improvement," Insists
Low, who has Juet 'completed n tour
of that populous section of the city
lying niaukd of'ueretaula street. Hu
lound that I'ort street Is In poor con
dition from I'auoa road ,to School.
There are no Hldewalks, and nt the Ku
atUnl Intersection there, Is a dnngirous
crossing. From Kchool to Vluejnri!
Ktreet thero Is i.alil to lie great need
of. a coat of oil, or otherwise continued
sprinkling. The oiling of Vlnenrd
street Is also urged. In speaking of
Vunchhowl street,' 1,1 Is claimed that the
street Is In extremely poor condition,
there being no grades or sidewalks. It
Is recommended that n portion of this
street be straightened to tho new lino
of the road. There nro also no water
mains lietween Miller and Luzo streits,
which is considered a, very serious
Hxcnvntlnns recently mndo nlnng
Alapal street have left that road In
bad condition. In reference to Miller
street, Low has met complainants who
wnx eloquent In stating that tho street
they havu to pass over dujjy Is obnox
ious. Itnlns tend to wear great holes
In tho surface. The Kwa side of Kmmu
street Is alio a hone of contention.
This portion, of thu road Is Bald to have
long iK'en neglected by tho city fathers.
Mango trees now encountered In tho
center of, Peters ljine proyo a detri
ment to passing vehicles, Thero Is
also a two. Inch water pipe running on
top of the ground, and thero nro no
lights along the street It Is declared
dangerous to pedestrians.
Turkejs und choice chickens. 1554 l'a.
loin Valley ltd. " D001-3t
L08T, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Cleo. Kheriiiiin'R white pup. Mark of
tdciitilleiitloii Is a kluk on Its tall.
Kinder return lo 2535 Nuuiinu Avo, I
und recelvo reward. 0001-tf '
MONDAY, TUC8UAY, WEDNE8DAY
The Bell Trio
'IN THE LAND OK. HARMONY"
Those Singing Hoys Just From the
'FrNco Odcon ,
Popular Colored Artists
More Singing and Dancing
La Petite Laurie
Marvel of Flexibility
NEW FILMS NEW FILMS
Monday - Wednesday t Friday
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Introducing Her Fascinating Spanish
Tamborine Dance In Costume
Also Singing "COTTON TIME"
Gorham & Phillips
Artists from Orjent, Presenting n New
Singing and Dancing Sketch
New Series of MOTION PICTURES
( Received by the Honolulan
' ALL FEATURE FILM8 )
KOrt BAMJ BY
ROSA St CO.,
Alakea and Queen Streets
Are the result of good instru
rne.it. Wo havo Kodaks and
Cameras fitted with especially
good lenses, and they will give
you pictures to be proud of,
WE'RE ALWAYS CLAD TQ
SHOW THE8E GOODS.
Photo Supply Co.
A NEW LINE
French Voile t - - .2.5c yd
Silk Thread Voile '- 30c yd
Cobweb Voile - . - . 35c yd
Cyrano Barred Organdie 15c yd
White and Colored
Cotton Marquisettes 30c yd
Bargains In Furniture
Sale Still On
Our Complete Stock Marked Down
20 to 50 per cent
Coyne Furniture Co. Ltd.
14,820 Bottles of
Were carbonated and sold during July
in Honolulu, Popularity merited by ex
" ARCTIC 80DA WATER WORK8
Miller 8treet Telephone 1S57
In addition to tho application nf tho
I'loueer Mill Cninp.lny which una fa
Miruhly considered hy tho land hoard
it Its mietlui; yesterday nfUrnoon and
ri ported hrlelly lu, thu 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n'a
fecoiid edllliiu, for thu Initio of 150
ncica fur llftcen ears near Ijihalna,
Maul, tho company also applied for a
eiiewnl of Its lease for land at liono
l.awal. This leuso coer 450 acres of cuno
land nnd 2550 ncrva of forest nnd wnsto
land. Tho prcsint lenso expires on
April 1, 1!)12. Tho rental for tho cano
land Is $1350 per ear and 1 an ncro
per enr for thu halanio up to tho lino
of tho forest rusenc. The application
wib referred to the v.n eminent land
intent nt Maul for n report. In conncci
t Inn with this It wan ntuted that In fu
tin it nil niUeitlseiiieutR must ho puh
IIhIiciI In neupaj'iH irluted on thu la
hind whero tho land Is Hltuated
Tho nutter of PMhiinin of pioperty
hntween the coniuny find the Ttrrl
tory, and which lukeu In part of tho
Called For and Delivered
Hotel 8tr'eett phone 1862
iRround udJolnliiK the xchool nt Uiha
j Ilia, Maul, contrary to uhnt waa
thniiKht, hrouaht up n lot of iIImciih
'hIoii und uothlni; dt Unite uiii hi 111. d.
Tho whole of the trouhlo hitiiih to In,
oer tho iimtter of tho titles. In hoiiiii
of thu caxex It Is lielliivid that nlllioui'li
I tho preKeiit oeiuphrH liavo not tlthn
they hao IHul then, for tho l.'iBt liny
yearn und iicconllui: to (.'ohiiiiKiIhiiit
V. A. Kinney It would hu luiiuoral for
thu Koveriiuieiit to tako thin awaj fioin
MminBer Welnrheliner of tho 'lu
lleir Mill Htuttil that In) had Kpukeii to
thu (lovirnor hifoie tho luat I.ckUI i
turu had met, mid the lattir hiulVloliI
him tlmt It would he nettled In utility
after the LcKMaturo wiih mil'. ,l'l
nally tho matter wiih refirred to A
Carter, n nuinher of tho hoard, who Is
now on Hawaii Ho Is to nniiiliilii nil
particulars nhoiit tho cano and lalni; hi
n rtiort Inttr nn.
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LXATIVIi DUOMO-QUININ15, re
moves the causo. Used tlio world over
to euro a cold in ono day. 12.
GKDVB" kii;naturu on each box. Made
KIS MGDIC1NU CO. Saint LouU U. 1 I,
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