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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., MONDAY, AUO. 14, 1011.
IA0 VALLEY CLOSED TO BATHERS
IS THE ONLY EMULSION
If there was any other
Emulsion u good as SCOTT'S,
SCOTT'S would not be the
only one Imitated.
For thirty-five years It has
been the standard remedy for
Cou$ht, Coldr. t,ot qf
Flub, Afumfa. "Bronchitis
B m to ft SCOTT'Si mrr
bonk af l fa immihJ uJ backed by
a werU-wM repvUtloii.
- All' DRUCC1STS
(He'll il Hull i' I 1 11 Cnrrrrixmdmcp.)
WAII.UKU, AhriisI. 12. The Maul
llonnl of Siipcivlsnrs ict at their
headquarters In WnltiiUii last Wed
ncaday allcrnoon ntid iiiljiiilrnpit last
evening niter liavlnn cninplt'lcd nil
tirooionry legislation IIiIh month,
i Tho nmiloiirlalhm for Iho next rIx
month, ending December 31, 1911,
ninnmillng lo $101531.31, ih pained.
An niillnniK" wan passed prohibit
ing people from .bathing or llstilng
uhoro tlio Intnko In Ian Valley. Peo-
plo used lo talk with n great ilcnl of
! prhlo lo their friends nliout the dc-
I1li t rill baths they have heen ImvlnH
In beautiful I no si ream especially on
theso unusually lint ilnys when tlio
glnss registers St! dcg. F. mill thiit'a
too hot for Wailuku for f8 dcg. or
you Ann 1.00KIN0 for
A WIIDDtNG GIFT YOU
WOULD DO WKLI,
TO SliK OUH
WHICH 13 GAINING POPU
LARITY with i:vi:ry
mj note, oi. jowiian u
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SY8TEMS, call or
writ to ua and we will fill your want.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
i31 FORT STREET
GUT Tl 14
FOR YOlllt KIDS
A. B. ARLEICH & CO., LTD.
t Hotel Street
oven "0 deg. In considered normal.
When theso pood pcoplo 'weic told
that 1 ho town was using tlio samo
water for dnmistlc purismcs, (hey
with onu iiccuril cUmorcii for an ord
inance that would men slop the
catching of oopus and npacs.
Miss A. II. Foster n trained nurse,
formerly of the Pala Hospital and
who hag had licveral jcars experl
cnecn In Sanation Army work among
the slums of New York and other
great cities, has heen coinmlsslnnp'I
as dlstrltt nurse for Mnhnwao dis
trict. Her ilnty will lie to visit Ih'j
homes of tlio natives and others liv
ing In the Knln and Ilnnoaula dls
Irlrts. Miss Poster has already ilolio
'excellent work In that direction Mining
the typhoid paUcnln of Pain. The
Knla Comity farm u III ho her head
ICE CREAM MEN
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH f
Will Do It
Postmaster - General Takes
Drastic Measures to Stop
Sale of Such Matter.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(KimtI.iI 11 ii llct I n (.nrrrummtenee.)
WASHINGTON. Aug. I. A crusade
is now being waned liy Postmaster
General Illtchrock against tlio salo
fillip dissemination of objccllonnblo
poslcnrds It nppeani that nt many
of the smaller postoftlccs such cards
arc dlf.plaed for salo. It was alwj
npp.iicut Hint many rural carriers
Kept a slock on hand mid dlsenscd
lllcm along Ihclr routes. In this way
the postal tcrlco became a trifle
Tlio Postmaster Gcticnil look tho
matter up with n bam; mid Issued a
diastlc order on tho subject. Ho has
sent It broadcast lo ovcry cniiIoyco
In tho (.ervlro. Tlio order follows:
"Post cards' that aro obsccno, lm-
irtirly Biiggexllvo or calculated to
rcllcct iisui the character or condurt
of the addressee, are tiuinallalde; anl
It, 1$ cf,'lrded; as highly lmproicr for,
' ....... ,.. .1. ...L..l..t ... l ... unit
IIUIP.IIIH III IHU HR,I Kl'ltRU I', rn.1,
or offer for salo cards which. If plac
ed In tlio malls, must bu withdrawn
"It l'i objectionable nlso for such
cards to bo displayed ,or sold In n
nxun In which n post ofllco or post
ofllcc station Ih located, and tho salo
of uumallablo cards In a room used
wholly or In part for a pwt inTIco or
station will be considered sumrlciit
cnuso for tho lemoval of Iho postal
"Postal employers aro expected lo
CMerclso vigilance In this respect, an
well as In oniorclnir tlio Instructions
contained In tlio ntiniinl Postal Guide."
In ciioo you navo subscribed for tho
H v o u 1 ii k II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n, mid have up
to the present time fulled to receive
your paper, tho circulation depart
ment of-Iho II ii 1 1 o 1 1 it should bo
notified at once. Glvo exact addrcna
when tanking complaint us it Is duo
to faulty address that your paper has
not been Blurted soonor. Telephone
2256 or call nt tho II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ofllco
ml Alnkca street to make complaint
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin
PLANS ARE MADE
Plans urn prnitlcnlly complete- for
tlio iiiiikh meeting toiuoiruvv night at
Min Il.iwiill.iu Onera lliiuw. at wliloli
l)r D.ild Htnrr Jordan, iireslilent of
Btnnforil University, will spe.il! on In
ternational peace I nd arbitration. A.
Lewis Jr., chairman of tlio executive
cninuiltten In cbarBC tills inoriiliig
stated that the arrangements, which
nro not elaborate, Imvo all been de
Dr. Jo.'il.in will bo met off port by
n specl.tl committee tomorrow morning
as b arrives on the Chlyo Maru from
the fn.txt ami escorted uptown. Ho
Is to hu the Riiest at a liineheou nt tho
P.icllle L'lub and during hli stay In Ho
nolulu bo and Mm. Jordan will bo tlio
guests of Mr, anil Mrs. Lewis. HH
Catches Two More Selling
Their Wares That Prove
I. KilJInaka and S. S.ihlglnl, arrested
last Kiliirday afternoon on wnrrants
nworn by Kood (JiiiiiinN'iloiii'r 13. II..
Illatiebard, pleaded guilty thl morn-
lug lo tho charges placed agalnvt them
unil were lined 10 uplero and costs.
After (eating the len 'renin Mild hyt
tbcsp two merchant!., Hlancliard found
the re'iiilred amount of hotter fat miss-1
lug and Immediately bad warrant Is
sued for their nrrest, charging them
with defrauding the public by selling
theli wares tnl.icprc.seiitcd. I
Ampin tlnio has been given nil deal
ers to bring their cream up to stand
ard, mid If they don't sep lit to do as
tho Inw requires, they will bo dealt with
When the first cases were brought
lieforo the court, leniency was shown
the persons Involved by suspciiilin'; sen
tence for six month". Notice was then
glxcn that others airrstud on similar
charges would tint be given tho same
dealing and they were not to expect It.
fills notice seemed to liaxo pasMcd Into
olio ear of the dealers and out tlio oth
er, and no attention whatever was paid
to It. From now on anyone up lief ore
the court Is liable lo receive severe
lieatmeiit. There nro no mora excuses
for lliem lo offer.
Home claim they aro not chemists
and can not ainilyze their product,
which they liellevo to contain Iho re-
ipilrrd amount of butter fat, but this
escuso will not hold good any more,
and If n dealer Is not absolutely sure
of his fornilfla there are lots of cbein
IkIs III town that can glvo him tlm
nimlyMs, which would lost much toss
than paying court duos.
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business ofllcc. Tlirnr nro tlm tele
phone numbers of Hip II u 1 1 p 1 1 n.
tt :i n u n n :: :: :: u :i :: :: tt tt t: si
adilre.sH tomorrow night will bo before
what looks like as big u crowd us can
he put la the opera bouse.
On the rtngn tomorrow night will be,
her hies President Jordan, Mr. l.evlx,
ulin will sit on bis right; Governor
I'rear, on his left; President Morgan
of tho Chamber of Commerce, President
While of the Merchants' Association,
Robert t'litton, P. laukrn, Chuck
Hoy, lllshop Restarlck, F. W Damon.
W Felmy, M. Cl Pncheco, Prof W. T.
Rrlgliiun, Gno Kim Pool;, H T Chase,
who will represent Oahu Collpgo In tho
absence of President Griffiths; Mnrstnn
Campbell, Prof M M. Hcolt, J A. It.
Vlelrn, Clin Gem, Prnr. W. A. Rrynii,
Delegate Kuhlo, T V. R. Isenb'rg,
President John W. Gllmoro of the Col
lego of Haw-all, Principal P. I.. Home
of tho Kninehameha Schools, James
WnlftjIlPliI, W, F. Dllllniilium, Rev. A.
V Kii'ires and Y. Akal. t
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Wit I BS wt ii
JultBllBF' r jJJwsaBBA
We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does- not
carry " Freak Styles " -the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line with a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that" we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
Bargains in Furniture
Sale Still On
Our Complete Stock Marked Down
20 to 50 per cent
Coyne Furniture Co. Ltd.
14,820 Bottles of
Wero carbonated and sold during July
In Honolulu. Popularity merited by ex
cellence. ARCTIC SODA WATER. WORK8
Miller Street ' Telepliono 1557
If It's Paint
AMD YOU' WANT A 000D 0B, SEE MX TO AM
All IEEN EVERYWHERE
.Will be the Last Two Days of Sachs' Great Annual Sale. The opportunities are just as good now as on the
first day of our sale. Every article in our large store marked down. Clearance Specials for the remaining two days :
Large Lot of Flaxon
In now Summer Patterns, at 15c per yard.
Fancy White Madras, Dotted Mull,
and Swiss Muslins
Uiunl price, IJc.i SALE, 25c YARD,
30-inch Colored Batiste
Largo variety of 'pattern),. 10c yard, J"
White Tailored Waists
tilz. 40, 42, 44. Were $1,75, ? $2-H GALE, 4 1 CACH.
Enormous Stock of Brown Linens
At Special Prices
PONGEE LINEN3 at 15c, 35c, 50c, 55c per yard.
DROWN DRESS LINENS at 25c, 2714c, 30c and 40c.
English Long Cloth
Fine bheer quality, 12 yards in a piece.
2.25 per piece, now
2 75 , ,,,,,.,
3.M " " " ,
3.7D " " " ....i
. 2.25 W . J
. 2.75 . 1
Fine White Nainsook
$2.25 per piece of 12 yards; salo $1.75 7
2.50 " " 12 " " .". 200 H"J.
2.75 " " 12 "
CAMflRIC EMDROIDERY Nino Inchea wide. Special value, 6 yards jL
N. So Sachs Dry, Goods Co.
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