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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 18, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.
FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1911.
Jty taking Lydia E. Pinkliam's
Tim following letter from Mrs.
On Wo Hock will provo liow nnwlio
It Is for women to submit to tlio
ilancers of it mimical operation when
it miy bo nol(ttil by taking l.jdla
GI. IMnklinin'A VcRi'tnolu Compound.
Hero Is lior own statement.
J'aw raw, Mich. "Two years
1 Mlllcri'U YCf
ho secured sotno alunbl(' additions
to Hues now handled by thnt com
pany. Mr, McL'Idow ney was nn arrl
Mil In the Sierra Hits morning.
CAPT. C. U P1TN8V Is conncclcil
with (ho scout organizations In (tho
Philippine. ncrlco. Ho Is n through
piissonscr In the Tcnjo Mam bsund
lor San Kranrlscn.
.1 K. I.YND3, Mrs.J,ynds and R. 3.
I.) nili, nro members" of a party, who
are concluding n trip around the
worhl Mr. 1'Anda was1 once a member
of the Minnesota loRlslntttre.
Mil. AND MHS. CHAht.RS TEM-
f WYa i
'yj - It ' J I
' I'i ft
to Ann Arbor for inomlne
an niieratlon. I was Mrs (I (1 (SIMM), wife of the man-
there four wcoKsnnd. Bcr r tlio Amerltuii-lliiwallun Paper
nimoliomosufTerlli? c'liiiipniij, has retiirned from n pleas-
My lnotlii- aiiisrii m,t ,ls,t '" 0r,'K"" Sno "" n i",8S
. mo to trv I.dl.i d'Ker In Hie Sierra
j;. I'inkliam'i Vepi'tahlo Compound, I MU AXIJ MHS. tl TASIIIHO, who
mill 1 did Today! amwolliiiidstroiijr ,hnc been Wsltlni; In Japan for about
rnd do all liiy-mnliousowork. I mm fllr month, returned this mornlnR
vlJ,l.''n!" .'?.'. 'i1'-, rV'V1"1.! the Teno Mnru. Mr. Tashlro Is
friends who nro lilllietcd with any ,c11 kn,,n" ln I1""0'"'"
ji'in.iiu eompiaiiii 10 iry ii. - .Mrs.
Cii i i.i.i. Hoik, It. lt.Xo.c, l'aw l'.tw,
If oii nro 111 ilo not tlrnffnlniitr until
nn operation linrrosMry, lnit.it onco
laku Ljill.i j:. l'inkliam'a Vcgctaulo
1'or tb'rty earsltli.islieentlioslan
tlanl remedy for women's Ills, and lias
jiosithely restored tho health of thou
Bands of w omen. Why don't you try It?
lilt. AM) MHS I.ISSNi:il, nro a
brld.il rniiplo hailing from l.os Ange
les, who Inli iki in HiK'ihl a hono
)iioou In tho IlaiMillim Minds.
lilt TIIOS. (lti:i: who. Is one
of Anieiha's ablest lecturers, stnte.i
In n litter .hut ho and Mrs (Ireen
MHS I.. J. MOSHS, who Is In
charm of tho tuberculosis campaign
now being waged In this city, was n
returning passenger In thu Oceanic
liner Sierra this morning.
II S I'OHKN, win of .loci Cohen,
of tho Honolulu Amusement Corn
pan). Is n visitor to Honolulu as a
guest of Ids pirents. He was an nr
lhnl In tlio Sierra this morning.
I)H T NIIIUTK, formerly of llllo,
Hawaii, and who visited with his
family In .lap.in for two months, ro
turnid today In the Tcnjo Marti. Ho
will probably open an olllcc In Ho
nolulu JlltS. V II COl'SKNS and son, C.
W Cousens, nro pnjing a visit to tho
i isiuniis, wnero wiey win remain lur
a short season Willi relatives. Mrs.
peci to no in iiuwaii next rtprn 10, ,.. rr,,i ,i, atrp,i II, U
icm.iln several weeks, ,,,nilm.
I. I). HAtlHIS associated with thel , .., . , . ,.
Philippine Islands' telegraph and ''-"""'" "T""'Z. '" !
Hiss Mncfarlano Is tho daughter of
C, W. Maefarlano of this city.
It. 11. McKMXttVNKY, of tho Mlllor
Sahngo Compiiny Is back from n
.business trip to tho mainland, where
...... ... ... .... ....... '!. , .... . ,...!. I- ...l.ll.l..
.Mils. w. w. ui.mu.nii was among
I thu passengers arriving from tho
coast In the Sierra this morning.
.1. VO, a vaudeville performer, had
been engaged by tho Jocal theatrical
tniBt to open at one of tho nun In';
MHS. WILLIAM LANOTON, of tho
I PnfitdlsQ of ithe Pacific (has relumed.
making a round trip In tho Oceanic
i:. V. TODD, of C. Drew or and Com
pany, Is back fiom a brief unhid trip
to the coast, lie returned In the Si
erra this morning,
I A. OIHIIONS, u prominent law- 1'LKTON CIIOCKBH hno taken a
icr with lieadiiiiartrrs at Hello. Ne- house on Washington street, near the
Hlio,nsfoiiroel;sliitlielioMinl Mida, Is among the passengers who William O. Irwin residence, which
ntiil onnui liomu Hiiffvrtn worse rrvicl tho 8clr from the coast, they will occupy this winter. They
llifin Itofiirc. , ... ,, ..,.. ... ...... ,. . ,-m
A. 11 llAvi;, .IK nun siiperiii- ioo, will enicriiun mis winicr. a. l.
toinlent at lliitchlnsnii iilant.itlon. nvnnilnpr.
cry scvcrelyVu'li Sfsl Nnlch", '" "" "r fcw tla8- .HIDOi: L. U KAWCKTT, a prom
"'T " lplacement. I could Coimtrj life has agreed with Mr.. Inent New York 8tate Jurist Is ro-
, not Do on my feet for llawes turning to the mainland niicr a inn
iiniB lime. .My juts. HIIHMAN IIIUH), wifo or 11 which has encircled tlio world. Ho
plijslcian treatoil jjllKO f cKfi.ld . Company, was Is thiongh passenger In tho Tcnro
lit it Inf (avnlt lunii I La "
without miicii relief lIllIllll(',l '"'"' ""' """"'er who re- Mam that nrrhed from China and
anil at last scut mo l"rm!i i" iii " i,,v --. it"" japsu pon mm iuwuiuik.
MHS. YANAOIIIARA, wiro or Dr.
Yiinnglluira of Kllauen, Knual, wns
among the returning knmnnlnas from
Japan In tho Tcnyo Mnru todny. Mrs.
Yanaglliara Is a school teacher at
Kllauen, Kauai, und was educated at
tho Kamchamehn School for dirts.
CAMPHi:LL WOOD Secretary of
the Aero Club of America, has receiv
ed tlio promotion committee's letter
to Mr. Vanlmnn which ho will for
ward as Boon as ho nsccrtnlns Just
whero the fnmons photographer and
ncronaut has descended with his diri
McOOWAN and his party will bo
taken out to seo tlio Pall view by
Percy M. Pond this afternoon, and on
tho way back will nttentl an ofllclal
reception glcn by John M. Olios, tho
representative of tho Hnnds-Around-thc-Paclllc
Club for Now South
Wales, at Sunnyslopo on Nuusinu
JUDOi: W. R. SMITH, from Den
er, and associated with tho Santa
Kc Hallway at that point Is n pis
songcr to Honolulu In tho Sierra thai
arrived this morning. J. M. Council
also ronnce'ed with the snnio trans
continental nallwny lino iicconip lil
ies the Smith party on a lour of tho
WILLIAM II. GOBTZ, of tho II uf
1 c 1 1 n, accompanied by Mrs. Goct?,
returned to the Islands as a passen
ger In the Oceanic liner Sierra thin
morning. Mr. Ooetz looked flno and
fit us ho stepped down the gangway
of tho popular Honolulu "ferry boat"
nftcr several weeks spent on tho coast
at well known summer resorts. ,
MISS ANNA ATKINSON, who was
icccntly brought Into tho center of
tho Bpntllght by tho San Francisco
press as n principal In an enlivening
O. I.. PAHK, Mrs. Pnrk. Mrs. E. I, hula, alleged to have been conducted
Horton nnd M. Samuel will tako pas- hoard tho Matson Navigation
Fage In tlio Cnnadl.in-Austrnllan lln- rteamer Wllhelmlnn, that nearly cans-
lelepiione. In u I -g.il cipuilty Is a
thiongh pisfenger III tho Japanese
liner Tcnjo Mnru, bound fOr the maln-Innl.
I'HANK SI'.AMAN, who handles tho
f.ilvorf IhIikt f(tr Ihn 1nnlflf. Mnll find
dhor large steamslllp ami rallwuy I,nvcn & 3aioUon In the Importation
companies, nnd who has done much' ' ron,,t mllk, nml cam l,8 ,b,a,ck
for llnwi.ll l planning to Usit tho from a business trip that carried him
Inlands mrnln nnvi f,iil. I '" tho Aarlous dairying centers along
C I WOODS vtec commander of
tho Philadelphia Yacht Club und nn
enthusiastic nuuatlr sitortsmnn Is a
lsl:or to the Islands as a pissonger
In tho Sierra. .Mr Woods will make
a tloso study of tho gimo while here,
ittmMh, Urn, Kldmy m
THIS fICTUSf MUST
injamim Rial Cm
U t MII
Udni. Sck HMd
Bfch. D-bw i .Cnft Iff
i-i u niuitM
uba. Iwhm BIwcLCtMnk.
IL1.I...IUJ. Nmwh I !,! I,
TJiiiIiiMHi. K" Wow, Cm Cm-'
alMfcn. A.k C4m;.
W-Bf. Bswh 5?H J!?
j . iwuwi p ipaa
" Speclsl Engotmtnt!
. Ufa wn , JMly.
Honolulu Drug lo.
The Bell' Trio ,
Great 8lnglng Boyt, Pratcnting
THE SOLDIER'S DREAM,"
With 8tage Sitting
"Soelaty and th. Man"
Thrilling, H'ir'braadth Faat on
Ii , .''Burlesque Boxen
An Amerlciin wlibi-s work ns cnachnian Direct from Toll's of San Francisco
ln prlxiite fiinill). Kxperlenced and J Golden State Songbird
good referent vs. Atldrcss "Coach-1 - ,
A place for iiiuiiur.ii'tinlim piirpnsts.
30X.10. Locallou tin tibjttt. Must bo
well intllattd. '.Maiiiifaitiinr'llul
letln tilllce. COOS-HI
Iiiiiu," Ilulletln nlllte.
6008-lw LATEST MOTION PICTURES
i Feature Filml "Trailed by an Indian"
nolulii and will remain In tlio Islands
for somo weeks. He was a passen
ger In the Oceanic liner Sierra this
It. 1). 1HWIX. who is associated with
The $12r.nuu bond Issue of tho city
of Colin, Philippine Islands, for sew
er and waterworks Improvement, has
licOn awarded to William A. Held &
f'n, of New York, on their bid of
or y.i.nlnndln fnr tbn Antlnnilps. Tliev'
r.rrheil as passengers 'In tho Sierra
MRS. II. V. Li:WIS, who arrived
as a pasrenger In tho Sierra this
morning, will remain over hero until
such time as to connect with tho
Cunndlan-Australlan liner Zcalanilla,
to sail for the Antipodes.
F. DOIIHMANN. Jr., of San Fran
risco, a member of tlio well knnevn
linn of Nnthan-Dohrmann & Com
pany, Is an arrival In tho Sierra this
morning. Mr. Dohrmnnn proposes to
nuiko a gcnornl tour of tho Islands.
DH. FHKD PUI.nSTON. represent
ing tho Hrltlsh government In tho
Congo, Is making a brief stay at Ho
nolulii before proceeding to tho Fnr
Kast In one of tho trniis-Pncillc lin
ers to ngaln take up his duties In the
i far-off African station.
MISS OKHTRUDE A. MACFAH
LANH's engagement to Captain Wil
liam Wnndiis Green, commander of
tho Jnpancso liner Chlyn Mnru, Is an
nounced In tho San Francisco papers.
cd tho retirement of Captain Peter
Johnson, returned to Honolulu thli
morning as a passenger In tlio SI
WILLIAM KNIOHT, with a' collec
tion of birds and nnlmnls, proved nuo
of tho Interesting passengers In tlio
good ship Sierra on tho wny down
Irom Sun Francisco. Mr. Knight Is lo
enter tho servlco of tho von Kmnni
Young Company. He would not con
tent to leave tho mainland without
his numerous household pets Joining
DR. J. T. WAYSON, . Mrs. Way
ion, Misses Lleanor and India Way
son, wero nmnng tho passengers tn
return to Honolulu this morning In
tho Sierra. Dr. Wayson an,d family
wero mot at tho wharf by a beauti
fully decorated automobile, tho work
of Dr. Wayson's many admirers
among tho patients at tho Kallhl do
tcntinn station. Dr. Wn)non; now at
tho head of tho City health depart
ment and City and County Physician,
will resume his duties
THU Hl.lTi: rnrnlKlicd mollis. Hotel'
St., opposite Young Cafe. Newly rt-n- J
muted mid rvfur..!shi d t'nder new
management. Ttrms rt'iisninble. I.n-
ratloti central. COOS-lin'
1 . ,
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH.
IlulldliiR lot, slro SOxlno, turner l,ahl
and 13th Axes. Palnlo Hill Tract.
Splendid soil, no ruck, and within
lle minutes' walk of" larllne. Apply
P. Q. Ilox 220. ' 6008-f.t
Mr Offltnnl Contractor nnd Imllder.
lloiiKo imlntliig, iiapcrliiinglng, und
Htrtens of nil kinds. Port St., ubuo
Ikrctaiila; Phone 117.
T ICiin.ll lee cream und told drinks
tlKiirs und toilet articles. Ilakcrj
goods. I tako orders. 1277 Port HI
SUNDAY, AUGUST 20
TWQ GAMES "" - - TWO flAMUS
"R'Ice..,. '..:...:..,, 35c, 25c, 15c,, 10u
V. . 'W .'.' i ,, '' '
jIlpservert Seats for cwnter nnd wings
of 'grandstand can bo Wikcd at E. O.
Hull A. HnnM sporting department. En
trance, King, street.
Tickets on snlo at M. A. Cfunst's
Cigar Store, from 1 p. in. Saturday to
11 u. in, Sunday.
1t30 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
I 3i30 HAWAIIS v.. STARS
Whitney & Marsh,
TUESDAY, Aug. 1 5
Dupoinne Silk, all shades.
25c a yard
Dotted Soie Rave Silk,
t 25c a: yard
20c a yard "
See Our, Window Display
New September Patterns
M A. n.u Is Sewing inaclilno repair
er Machines Utiincd and put In
order 1250 Port St., near Orphcum;
Til. 117. D00S-2W
S. Klnoshltii Xcw und stcond-hand
goods bought und
St , Honolulu,
It Ikeila New and seiond-hand fur-1
nlturo bought und told. 1204 Tort1
St., Honolulu. K008-0m
August Sale Now On
Rugs and Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
Sunrise DjoInK House
tlothes cleaneil und
-All kinds of
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, oppoalt Young Hotel
P. O. Box 140 Pdom SOU
M Metal Dot Water Bag IK
Wat Has IU M
II IS CIIISAI'UR AND HCTTUH THAN II
JMJ Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Wl
Ul Fort and Hotel Streets VBI
sseaaaga sUaBBHSsaBBHaMeLaBBBBBHa Bbbb'
K. Oshlroda 1'lno chlnawjirc of ullde-(
. siripiions. J377 run m.
2185 rdilorlul rooms 2256 .. 1
i I .. .. (U.. mi . . I '7 1
phono nqmlicri of tho tlnllotlm '
Weekly Bftlleth.$l Year
Our Sale Has Been Well Patronized During the Past
We have a large shipment of goods just received ext "Wilhelmina"? The throngs which filled our store 8
every day last week testify to the wonderful values we are offering. Our stocks!vfco!plete; our
valuesare such as have never been offered before. We will not quote pricek Gobeaflmarked'ih .
plain figures. A visit will convince you that this is the place to buy. Terms cash only.
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd., Alakea Street
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