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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, SEPT. 8, 1911.
Gas on the
When tlic Mood is poor mid
tliiu, :n id thu toiiuu'U in coii-f-(jut'iico
ia impcrfit'tly 8itilii-t1
x i 1 1 1 well-oxi'lioil blood nml
ncrvo force, thu (lijrvlivp iiroo-
l'?s Ixfouirc slow niul (V.rinpiitntinu of the food goes on, with forum-
Wion of gns mid ccrliun neid.
The pivwtri' of the jrns cnii( puin in the stonuu'h; eninrtiiiKM it
JiitTceti tlic licnrt. When the gus is U'lchcd out tluoiigh tliu mouth
tin'1 pnlit'iit is temporarily ldioved. Tim Hitir rNiiifrs in the thront
and burning n.iintioii4 in the throat and ttouiach arc called by tlio
ni'ids of fi'i'iiicntiitioii.
'I'liure aro plenty of tiling to neutralize tliep neids, or "swcelen
1 the stoiiineh" at it i railed, but thev do not euro the trouble. Pure,
rich blood, wliieli ttill lono up the sloiiuii'li i roipiiicd, as this io
Mr. (' .12 Itnndall, whose address Is llox 39, Cedar Junction, Knn , says:
J'Aliout twelto yeurs iikii I liad n severe uttuck of Ktoiuiiili trouble which
(followed it general run-don n condition of my health. I cannot describe the,
'Severe lmlns I had across the pit of my stomach. It often seemed us though
there was a heavy pressure there. Muny it time I ha'vo sat up In lied with
(crump In the stumnch which were so4tjrriyethat I ould not Ret to sleep.
After eating I would generally hnto iiyuih' stoTrmvh and K trouhlcd with
lias. I had been sick for about u )car or moio when Dr. Williams' I'lnlc
l'llls for I'nle People were recommended to me I started using them nml
felt better In it shoit time. 1 continued to use the pills until I was cured."
A Sulleiers from stoinaeli trouble in am form, who have found their
teQiiditiou unrelieved or actually grouiiu: wor-e while u-inj; ordinary
remedies, would do well to try Dr. Williams' J'iti'. Pills.
.4. . nijy ... uiii illUi. LiiUIV,
Wh.it to Kut and How- to
Rat," will bo sent flee on re
iiucst to any one Interested.
4 Dr. Williams' I'lnk fills aro
koI, I by nil druggists, or will
be Lent, postpjld, on receipt of
fTJiee, Til) lents per box; sl
boxes, $2.r.O, by the Dr. WIN
Hams Medicine Compan,
, Schenectady, N V
m:h miusi ji.utni 111:111:.
'JKous.t has made a world-wide repu
tation for himself and his band by
his inarch music. A Sousit march pro
claims Its own originality. Its char
acteristic nunlitleH the reflex of the
Individuality of the man himself are
fuimlstnknhle. There Is n rollicking
rhythm and n blnnd-tlngllng stir in
the music that Is dlstlnctitely Sousit
es(iie. It will be good news, there
fine, to hear thitt Sous.t has eomplet
ed a new march durliiK bis tour of
the world and that It will oicupy n
pliinilncnt plaie In the programs he
has arranged for bis tour of the I'a
(llle Coast and the Southwest.
(The engagement of Sousn and his
band Is t.cheilule'd for Tuesday, Sep
timber nth, at the llljou theater.
Seats go on sale for the matinee con
ey it tit l!erg,strom'H Music Co. Satur
day morning at 9 o'clock, September
Wtli. If It Is possible for the steamer
tu remain for an evening concert the
seats will i;o on sale Monday morning
at 9 o'clock, September 11th.
A l.uge Influx of setcnteen-jenr lo
custs it rcpoi IimI al West Hartford.
ISVVOV HAS CsMKIIV .SLKKl'KIIS.
Harnett and Ayeslut, the hypnotists
ut the Sawiy, are having much better
success both with crowds and subjects
than they did ut the Orpheum. The
'program Is made up almost entirely
,of comedy features, the subjects dls
'playing some startling ludicrous niit-
I The "man with the green eyes" and
those who li.it o seen him work nro
laughing at tho attempts to disci edit
him. It has l exulted only In more
'ami more uti onagc at tho box-olllce,
and the more knocks ho has been giv
en by mi afternoon paper, tho .more
I people have gone to see him.
Tomorrow afternoon the htpnotlstB
.will glto a special matinee for ladles
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(tliu CHIIUICII, IJUglillllUK Ul d U UIOCK.
Sevcial ladles wish to Intestlgate
ijpnotlsm and hnto ren.uost,e-d the
.mesmerists to allow them An onnor-
tunlty, so men will not be admitted
1 1 Dance
to in: nivn.v nv Tin:
h 'Hui Oiwi Society
s v u
mxv. K- of,'p- HALL
r finPTn.Miinit a. idu s v. m. siiaiip
CnNEST KAAI CLEE CLUB
TICKETS COc, at tho Door
It was a snd commentary on the
tnstes of Honolulu that Charles Kee
ler, tho poet, should hate nppcaied
before such it scant audience last
night at the Young hotel, where he
gate u splendid series of readings
from his own poems. Mr, Heeler's
reputation nnd his previous tlslt here
should hate guaranteed him it better
rceptlon. Hegnrdles of tho fact that
the majority of peopln notoriously
do not euro for serious poetry, It
seems strungo that Keeler should not
hnte been received with more cordi
ality, particularly In tlow of the
length of thu list of patrons nnd patronesses.
Undismayed by tho small crowd that
braved the wind nnd weather, Mr.
Keeler read n long program. Ills sel
ections ranged from children's songs
to louring chants of the deep sen, from
the tlvld depletion of the Han Fran
cisco disaster to it love-ballad of the
Although Mr. Keelcr's poetry lacks
neither depth nor tlic, hu was ut his
best last night tu the lighter, moio
whimsical fancies of love or child
hood. Ills serious efforts are moic
truly narrative than Imagery, lie de
scribed tho San Francisco lire more
ns n trained observer than as olio
oterw helming with Its horror and sig
nificance. Ills poems ,for nnd of
children are uunlnt, tender and sympathetic.
Ills seu-songs should have received
wider toguc, as they have crystallized
many of the fust-dlsappc.iring chants
of tho decp-wnter sailor.
Mr. Keeler will give another read
ing next Monday night ut 8:20 o'clock.
BILL AT THE EMPIRE
Tho nddltlon of Fox & Claire, tho
rlllo nnd rotolver experts, to tho
forces of the Kmplru, theater, glto this
pla house a pretty fair bill to end
tho week. Loulso Bright of course Is
tery good In tho vocal line, nnd theso
two turns niado the show, tho O'llag
nns hating nothing particularly at
tractive to offer.
There Is a splendid comedy moving
picture, ono of tho funniest shown
hero In weeks, showing the experi
ences of one with the boxing feter.
Allen Doolie nnd Kdua Kcelcy inada
ono of the biggest hits ever scored In
vaudeville hero last night when they
opened for n week nt tho llljou the
ater. Although little ndtunce notice
was given of their coming tho Iqcnl
engagement being hastily arranged,
tho pair were gieeled with n house lit
erully packed to the doors, with scored
unable to find seats for the first per
formance. And Mr Doono nnd Miss
Kceley wcro git en a big hand when
They responded with as neat n lit
tle sketch us has been staged here
for it long time. It's Just it bit of an
Irish love-sketch, with tho llght
beartcd, gny, sentimental twist to It
Hint marks It us distinctively of tho
Kmcrnld Isle. It gives Mr. Doono an
opportunity to display his clear und
sweet tenor tolco in Irish ballads
that go straight to the heart, nml Mies
Kcelcy to display her wlnsomencsri
and jouthrul charm. It also gltol
Donne u chance to piny the bagpipes,
The staging s elabornte nnd effective.
Tho program at the llljoil Is a big'
one, bigger than over. Kunz ami
Kunz, tocnl and Instrumental artists,
are better than on their llrst nppcar
nntp They start out In n nenr-eow-boy
Instrumental turn, but tho fem
Inlnojhulf of this part loses by trying
to wear nil alleged row-girl costume
which looks absolutely grotesque. A
llttlo later sho changes her costume
and song nnd appears In un approach
to grand opera. Sho sings well,' and
the man plays the violin acceptably,
oten to critics.
Coffmnn and Carroll, In blackface
comedy, are fair performers, but their
songs Inst night wero not new by any
However, It's n mighty good pro
gram, taken all In all. I
Whitney & Marsh,
Monday Wdnedy - Friday
nnrmi than uvinti
Fox and Claire
Rifle and Revolver 8hot that Startle!
The Xharrritng Singer
In Up.to-Date Nonteme Comical
"MAX HAS THE BOXINh FEVER"
' Porui.Ait pnicns
GREATE8T PROGRAM 'OF THE
The Knlmukl'lmprnveiupiit club will
bo Incorporated without shares, and
subscriptions Instead fit stock Miles w 111
liu used to get a clubhouse fund, ac
cording to plans, tallied over by tho
club last night at a meeting.
The club will tiiko up thoroughly the
(ltivvtlon of ro.id Ir"protements nnd will
indent or to secure moie Improvements
through the 'supervisors.
Romantic Irith Playlet!
-1- "SWEET COUNTY KERRY"
Special! Special! '
Kunz and Kunz
Inttrumental and Vocal Artitta
Coffman & Carroll
Black-Face Comedy See the foot
Feature Film I
"SIMPLE RU8TIC TALE"
DOOllS Ol'KN AT 7
We are pleased to be able to
inform our patrons, that we have
secured a LADIES PJJRE SILK
HOSE in the celebrated
which we will sell at
$ 1 .00 a pair
These 'have lisle soles, toes, heels
and garter tops
EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED
OUR. SALE OF
A counterfeit $1 cc'rtfllcato Is beln?
circulated In North Ad.inw. Mass.
EVERY NIGHT AT 8t15
WILL BE CONTINUED
UNTIL TUESDAY EVE
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the term theuof, n railroad from the
main railroad nlnng the shoro over tho
Knpaa rtsertolr, nnd will furnish the
liHKortvlth evidence of Mich ex
penditures, n? ho f.r they may request,
idl of which Improvements shall revert
lo tho got eminent upon tho termina
tion of this lease."
Under tho terms of thc'lease ns stat
ed above, Hcnator llilrchild ttlll not
ret dlXet cnmpeiiMitlun for tho loss of
the ratoon crop after tho expiration of
the lease. It was on this point that the
agrcemint for n ttt Ho threatened to be
held up, tho point being also taken up
by the land board. Ooternor Krcnr, as
nearly as could be ascertained, did not
fator compensation fur the crop lost
lifter the lease expired.
The terms of thu agreement as orlg-
j Iniilly drawn, hovvver, tvtro tint $20,-
000 should on expended In Improve
ments, whereas now only the spending
of J 18,000 Is required.
At per Arrival of 8. 8.
JKcvflMi SEPTEMBER 12
8EAT8 ON 8ALE AT BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., 8ATURDAY,
8EPTEMBER 9TH, AT 9 A. M. PRICES! $2.60, $1.50 GENERAL
ADMI88ION, 1.00. CASH MU8T ACCOMPANY ALL ORDER8) NO
TICKET8 HELD UNLE88 PAID FOR.
THE WORLD'S GREATE8T
Packed to the Door Last Night
Xr.W Sn.VSATIONS NIGHTLY
Rightly Termed the Funnlett 8how on
If You Want to Laugh, Don't Mix It
READING8 FROM HIS OWN POEMS
,-. . ( MONDAY, 8EPTEMBER 11
n .iMM..yaK '.i ..I'fiiiri - .
;, . ,w trtfiVVvv;V.en.
UteviftisH rtttjr BAlt" BMa a ' "
y riCKRTS ONIJ DOLLAR .... HOLD AT HOOK STALLS
Water to Be Shut Off.
Makes Now, tilch .
Stomach and Liver
Curat tho Kldnoyt. "
I r lln I Icrln i nr e.
Tho Rovernmeiil water will bo shut
off from 8 u. in. to 12 m. on Saturday,
September 9, 1111, on Maklkl street
from lleretanln to Lower Maklkl Ites
trtolr and on the linn side of Anapunl
street from Wilder nvenuo to llustliifts
treet, while iimklni; repairs to tho
main pipe line. I
J. M. LITTLU, j
Superlntcnden' of Honolulu Water
Tho Pa Peleknno casa Is still b;lnR
argued In tho equity court before
Judge W., J. rtobtnson while JudKo
William L. Hhltnoy Is taken up with
tottllng the ownership of some land
at Kallhl on tho Wulpllopllo'road. I
, 8UNDAY, 8EPTEMBER 10
TWO GAMES - - TWO ClAMRd
1i30 HAWAIIS vs. STARS
3i30 J. A. C. vi. P. A) C.
Price 35c, 25c, 15c, 10c
Reserved Seats for renter and vUnu-H
of Rraudstnnd can bo booked at 11. O.
Hull & Son's sportliiK deiurtmeiit. IIu
tranec, King street.
Tickets on sale nt M. A. Cliinst'i
Cigar Store from 1 p. in. Saturday lo
11 a. in. Sunday.
5i. ( i rji,
GRAND SALE of CLOTHING
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
The opening of the schools being near at hand we have prepared to
fit out the boys and girls at prices reduced from one-quarter to one-
half. The sale will last for one week ohly., See our window display.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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