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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1911.
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"NO ONE IS STRONGER
THAN HIS STOMACH."
lHAWA 5 RFTO HAVF
Accorillns to onl from WanlilnRton,
and run down and
subjectdd, to spells
of Stomach trouble,
Biliousness or Ma
laria, Fever' and
Ague, you 5 cannot
tako a Bettor medi
cine than Hostet
tcr's Stomach Bit
ters. It removes the
cause by toning the
entire digestive sys
tem, Try it and sec.
HUT INSIST OX
NATIONAL GUARD TO HAVE
Ciovcrnor Krcnr rccelvcil word )cn-
Mnjnr(lencrnl Arthur Murray wns re- trnlay of tho appointment of rirnt
HpmI from duly on the Rcnernl utaff Lieutenant Walter 11 Johnnn, KlRhtli
AtiKiit 10 lie will nmuino command Infantr)', U 8. A , as Innpcctor-ln-
of tlic WeHtern l)lMon. MnJor-(lon- Mructor of tlic nntlunnl Ruiird, unikr
erul William W Wlthcrnpoon will bo iho proWidonii of tlio act of Congress
detailed to temporarily fulllll tlic po- npproeil Mnrcli 3.
clal ilutleii originally planned for.flon- Lieutenant ohniian wljl report tor
iral Murrii) on tlio nenernl ktnftV bnt Governor I rear for duty. ( I
mIiUJi ImuI to lio tikip from him when According to nnolher order recded
tiro decision vn rfntltfil to crento n jCHlerdav.'n rew(canclii iio( nao
department of Hawaii and place tho prnduatcd from" Went lont"' w crc
Canal ono under the Western DMnlon, hIkiicmI to companies connected with
ns It was found ncorj"iiir' to,s(iHl jIHm, Hawaii Thoso- named nrc.( Cadet
to 111 new pewt sooner t'han was ex- Charles l'lilllfi Hull, tWio .Twentieth
pectijl Murray expected to take up Infantr) i Cadet Iao Gerald llclfcrninn,
hlf hpcclal dutM. iipim tR.oj flrantlOB of to the l'lftli .Cavalry J Cucjct, Hldney
relief, ns actlnR nssls'taiit clitef of stnff llorlicrt PohIt, Jo tho Second Infnn-
The creation of the Hnuallnn do- try
partment will take place Immediately. Tho iikxIrikiI olllcerB will nrrlvo on
Tho Pan imn department can not he- the October transport,
come u reality until later Ths do- a a
partment, when fully orRnnlzcd, known pUADftC INTER ICI AMn
1nnnmn V.nta. with lis irrent VlinilWfc 111 I lUbnilM
: RFfRFATinNS I
STEWARD OLD BOOZE
I'or sale by lloiivin. Smith & Co,
ClumbcrH UruR Co, Ltd; llllo The
DniK Co, und at all wholesale liquor
fortllleatlons, Is Included In the West
ern Division, and General Murray will
lme the larKcst and moxt Important An Important trial
commands In the army. Ilesldes or- this morning was
i-unlxlne trnmiq mid nrramzlnir nostH chief steward
for the I'annnn 'one, ho will have to steamer W. G Hall, charKed with tho
.H1 ,Iinnv .lnll. tr. mllllnrv niiPktloilS llleKal Sale Of HllUOr On LKMiril HlO
In rernnl to the ll.iwnllan situation Mourner. Llcpior Inspector
Western addition will
of tho Inter-Island
probably stated In his complaint that tho do
liae more troops.'outsldo of tho rhll-.lendant sold beer, wine. Bin nnd other
Im.lne lllon. than any territorial dl- Intoxicating liquor to Lin, mo princi
Nlon In tho nrmr It will nlo hao ll witness for the prosecution
MONDAY, Aug. 28th
DO YOU WANT TO LAUGH?
tWHY, OF COURSE YOU DOI
Then You Mutt Sea
ie Only Woman Hypnotltt In tha
"The Man with the Qraen Eyei"
- . lip Their
i J HYPNOTIC NOVELTIES
'The Funniest Show on Earth
i . AIM: 4-pu COMING?
wirv.'oricoL'nsn you aiu:i
8ale of Seata atarta at Orpheum
.Theater., fflday morning.
'"L-lf.i.'-jk-. ... ,
PHiiita ac, J3c,-sue
cornea tha matter of developing
the film and printing.
We have the belt facilities In
the city for doing this work.
' . We will net tho most out of
t Photo SuddIv Co..
'IMS ' . -r . '
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one more department than nny
POLICE COURT NOTES.
Joo Vhit8, who lias been under In
esllir.illon by Chief of Detectives
McDiiftlo on several cnmplaluts pre
Icrrcd nRiilnst him lij different coplc,
was In police court tills monilim,
chnmed with three chnrKes of larceny.
In each of those cases, tho defendant
waived examination, and was there
fore committed to the smiid jury for
further Investigation, It Is expected
that Indictments will be brought
Against him by the grand Jury.
Dr. K. L. Morong, who was arrested
for heedlessly driving his machine In
.1 public street, nppearcd hoforo Judge
Mnnsarrnt and had his ciso stricken
from the calendar. Ah Sing, the Chi
ncHo R.imestcr, who was present at
n gambling gnmc which was being
carried on Pauuhl street, whs lined
fifty dollars nnd costs of court C. F.
Cliilllngnorth put up a strenuous
fight (his morning on behalf -of his
client, hut to no avail.
Ishloka and Chun Qunl respective
ly, Japanese nnd Chinese, were pre
sent In court today to nnswer to tho
charge of violating tho harbor regu
lations. The police claim that they
caught fish In the harbor. Their cases
were os,tponed for ono month.
George Uwallko, who. It is claim
ed, granted a marriage license with
out authority by law was also In court.
His case was not called this fore
noon. Itcbeccn Ulll and D. M. Kualll, who,
tho police alleged, as having obtained
monev from different people on false
pretences were In court today, but,
up to the noon hour, their cases had
not been called.
Tong Ynun, charged with nssault
and battery was let go by Judgo Mon
s.irrat as tho prosecution failed to
prove his guilt to the satisfaction of
tho court. Henry Allen, who con
sinned more intoxicated drinks than
he could carry, had his sentence sus
ponded for a few months. Ho prom
I bed to keep away from "booze."
Lum Tal was tried on n similar
clinrgo heforo Judgo Monsiirrnt pre
vlously nnd wan at that tlmo convicted
nnd sentenced to pay 11 rjnc of 1100 nnd
costs of court. Lul stated on the stand
this morning that he bought liquor
from tho defendant on several occn
islons, nnd that many other persons
witnessed the transactions,
Tlio trial was continued to 2 o'clock
this afternoon. -vk
SCIENCE FINDS WAY
FOR LIFE PROBLEM
Water Purification Reduces In
fant Mortality One-Third,
SEE ALL THIS TONIQHTI
The Belr Trio
Complete Change of Songa
' . '
The most lolent heeno of the Cn
morrlit trial to date was provoked by
n personal dispute between Cuptaln
rnbronl und Ijiwjit Liny. In tho tu-
llAMllUltO. Auk. IB Hclcntlsts In
Germany and throughout Hurope are
turprlsed at tho results following tho
purlllcutlon of the water supply of
Hamburg It was expected to ellml
liato Uphold. It did not accomplish
thnt result, but It reduced Instead tho
Infant mortality onc-tiiird or more. Tho
latest word from America, especially
from the city of Washington., confirms
the observations made here, namely.
that purlllcutlon cf the water, what
ever other good It may accomplish,
will not banish typhoid. That protean
disease appears to attack u community
through many other channels and Its
elimination remain n puzzling prob
lem for science to deal vlth
Thero s great rejoicing among san
itarians over tho unexpected effect of
water purification In xnvlng Infnntillfo.
Owing to tho radical differences nmong
public health authorities In Huropoarul
America on tho nuoitjon of pasteurized
milk, nil classes of otllclals are hulling
water purification ns'ti measure of re-j
lief on which all factions enn unite.
It Is now genernlly admitted that tho
milk question had been ngltated every
where to such an extent lis to distract
expert attention from tho other sources
of sickness and dlseaso In cities and
In Hamburg, by water purification,
the Infunt death rato has been reduced
from 405 per 1000 births to HO per
1000 births. In u city llko Now York,
Whom there uro 2000 birth n week,
this would mean a saving of the lives
of more than 17,000 JnfuntHji ear.
Tho only woman hypnotist in tho
world, Ayeslia. and Harnett, "tho man
With the green eyes," described ns tho
world's greatest hypnotists, will com
mence, n season nt the (Orpheum Mon-
Wlillo In India theso pcoplo spent
Rome time amongst tho Hindoo adepts,
from whom they have gathered many
hitherto unknown secrets whlcTi will
bo applied in their performances here,
which from the reputation they have
In tho Orient should provo highly
nmuslng and Instructive.
inc greater pan oi inc ciiutiiihi- Npw muric
incnt Is devoted to comedy. Several
mystifying scientific tests will lie mndo
which should bo of exceptional Inter
est. Including tho Hindoo Sleey, llllnd-
fold Drive, the Human Woodpllo nnd
the Great Itock-brcaklng Test. I
A report from Colombo reads: I
"Aosha nnd IJarnctt, tho hypnot
ists, opened their second season hero
Inst night when they wcro greeted by
a large und enthusiastic audience, who
were not slow In showing their appre
ciation of the comedy provided, A
new feature which has been added to
the performanca Is termed the Hindoo
Sleep, in which while seated on tho
stage, Ayeslia, to the accompaniment
of slow dreamy music, succeeded In
putting into n Bound 'steep several
members of the audience, who wero
afterward awakened from tho stage.
The performances will bo continued
throughout tho week und nro woll
worth seeing more than once."
Scats for the performances mny bo
booked at the Orpheum. where tho
plan will open tomorrow morning.
Don't Miaa the
STAIRWAY RIDE ON ONE WHEEL
Singing "8mlte, Slumber"
REGULAR MATINEES . ,
MONDAY WEDNESDAY FRIDAY
8ee This Great 'Film!
fc"The (deal Three,".
Comedy Sketch, "Echo, n,' the vVood'
. i x JACK.O'HAGAN.,
Screaming Burleaque on "Tommy
The Hawaiian b.md will give a public
concert tjils evening at 7:30 o'clock lit
the Young Hotel ri5of garden. Tho
program follow h! ,,, I
March HI Cnpltuu ...,., Bousa'
Overture IloMimundo. Schubert
Chorus Tnnnhniiscr Wagner
Selection II Trovutore .., Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Hongs. . Ar, by Ilerger
Selection Tho Iloso of Shlrus
, ,... i;ilenberg
Oavoltq-r-ltlilne Sounds: I-ntuti
SfoVeh Thunderer tll.l... Sousa
Tho Star SpunglciVnannor.
Iim'TLIt THAN llVIJIt
POPU L A It l'ltlCIIU
MILLIONS OF BIRDS'
LIVE ON LAYSAN
H T '' " """" y r r
W SUNDAY. AUQUST 27k
TWO GAMES .-- ' TAVO OAtES
1V""U " m.- u. va. nnvYAiio
3i30 P. M. STARS va. P. A. C. -PrlcesfJiS,
2$, '15 andi,10 Cents
Mf'1' i '
Reserved Seats for center nnd wings
H II m 1 1 II per jrmr
I killed my wife, and I believe I
got her grundmother; I did n good Job
mult created all the other luwvcrt. fled nnd I um willing to die for It," said
trrtm the loom, Knrlco Alfano and Qcn-, Emmet Yenelcy, 22 years old, who shot
niiro Abbatemngglo, tho Informer, were and killed his 16-enr-oId wlfo of four
thrown out hodlvtby the cnrublnccrs,' months nnd fatuity nljurcd her grand
Olnvunnl Ilurtolnzl fell In a fit npd mother, Mrs, Nell Tierce, 56'voars old,
1'rcsldcnt IllnnchiT hclp1essto mulntalntat their homo In Jackson, Miss. He
order, declared tho session adjourned) claims his wife Is unfuthful.
CHICAGO, 111. Aug. 8. Charles A.
Corwln of tlfe Field Museum of Nat
ural History has returned to Chicago
from a trip to Lu)an Island, In, tha
middle of tho Tncinc Ocean, on which )f .,,,,, cnn ,)0 )0okln t 13 O.
exist no living creatures except sen Bon.M B,r,inB Uepartmcnt. Kn-
lllrl9- trance. King street.
"It has been established Hint tho Is- Tck(,t8 on Balo nt M, A, Ounst's
land Is Inhabited by at least 8.000,000 clBur storc fr0In , ,, m Suturuay to
birds, most of which consist of two It a nu 8umayi
species of albotrms," said Mr. Corwln mmtm mmm mmm mmml
yestenlay. "Theio wero so many blrils
en tho ground, nesting, that wo had
to pick our way through to uvold step
ping on tliem.
Tho Island Is only two miles long
and it mile wide. In the center Is a
lugoon of about 200 acres. The rockK
that shelve tn thW lagoon nro thickly
populated with u species of lova bird. I
"Wo can fully erlfy tho stories that
thesn strnngo blrils huve a peculiar
dance that restmbles. the ciikcvvalk.
They clap their bills together and wad
dlo about with high stepping nntlcs,
ducking their heniU llrst under ono
wing, then under tho other. All
through tho danco they whistle and ut
ter weird sounds,"
Regal Shoe Store,
ANZAI SHOE STOnn
Baretanla Street, Near Nuuanu '
HONOLULU, H. T.
Whitney & Marsh,
For 3 Days
Allover Lace, 50c quality
35c a pair; 3-$ 1.00
Lace; Ankle, 50c quality -
- .. - -35c. a pair
L,B,acW; Whit,, Cr,y,Uy, Pink Blue
Plain and Lace, in Tan, Black &
White- - - for 25c pair
Hall Borchert Dress Form
m 'C 7 Taylor,; I
Metal Hot Water Bag Ml
wg) ' His Life ',. "v
II ja CHISAPlin AND DK1TEII THAN 1 1
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ml Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Ml
IMl Fort and Hotel Streets A
ml gTHEREXALLg Vft
Weekly Bulletin 9$1 Year
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W" We have a large shipment of goods, just received ex "Wilhelmina." The throngs which filled our store
I every day last week testify to the wonderful values we are offering. Our stock is very complete; our
I values are such as have never been offeredbefore. We will not quote prices. Goodsiare lLmarked in
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pictiii iigures. j visit win convince yuu inat uus is xne piace xo ouy. lerms casn oniy. s;
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