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KVENINQ BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1911.
COURT TO PASS
LOW AND Ml
Not Idle Talk
onco childless, now Imppy nnd physically well, with healthy children,
will tell how l.ydi.v E. I'inkham's Vegetable) Compound niiiilo all thi i
possible, licit) uro tlicir names and correct adlrcnscs. Writo them
nnd learn for youiself. They are only n few out of thousands.
"Mr baby linn taken thrcu prlrrn m the
hrHliiilrPitift prHtitft.' Mr. A.V. Aiidr
Kiti.snilljiltUiid Ac.,IndlnApltif In.l.
"I ntn llio motlirr or a twelve jmiuikI boy
nml Ii l lining aM henlthr.' Mr. Mry
AiiniiHlf'n.lt.F.Il. No.l, llo0, Cfclott, Win,
"MtIiaIit U ttrnnff it nil lirnlthv it i til I urn
vrll. Mm. II. M. Schorn. 1083 VTbodbrldire
rnrrri,ri. i-wi, iinm.
'Pinre mr twiiiy eimn we ntn n hnppj A
imllr. Mm. Ilcnl. II. H(nbrT. It. No. 8."
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imi i, ij i rr rnntji'iKy,t)iMO,
"M 1 trill tli lit town rtnHtnrfwf unit f nn
tiATA ft 1U t"tlr boT.M Mri. Anna Anderson,
lint 19, Black liurfc, Minn.
"Am now a wtl woman and rata tho dmr
Mt liabf toy.M Mrs. Frink JUrphara, It. It.
"I fiAfeft big, fat, healthy 1my." Mr. A
A. !ll"n"r, It. F. 1). No. i.TUUlmw, Ohio.
MI ham ou of the flnwt bahr elrlu Ton rrir .
put.' Mrs. C. K. Goodwin, Siifc. lCth Htreet.
" o are at Net MenaM Trlth a twpt little
baby girl." Mm. O. A Iapcrome, Montegut,
'I haTeatoTplybnhy tny and you can tell
rTorynnetliAtbnlo nrlfik ham baby." Mm.
Ioulfl Fischer, 3i MitnrnoHt ,Cirlftdt,N. J.
I liavn three children and took your Com.
pound rvh ttnvM Mm. John Howard, WU
'My h unhand In the bnppleft man all re
to-day." Mm Clara Ifarhrake. HMarlemont
hi., Ituffalo, N. Y.
"I have a flue itronir bah daughter now '
"Our flmt babr IiMmnfi and healthy and
we attribute thli remit to the timely iiie
of your Compound." Mm. Fred Yohann,
"I owe my life and rnr baby pnml health
to your ConiiKtund." fr. w. O. BiMsutcr, It. ,
F, !.. No. 3, Troy, Alabama. 4
"Now 1 have a nice bahy girl, the Joy of onr 1
horn." Mm. IHiylTa C6W, 117 Houlugai
"Am the mother of a twelve pound baby
hny who la the picture of health." Mm.
Flora Ahr, 1974 Htate At , ClnclnnatOhlo,
"We have one of the flnt baby boyi.'
Mm. A. C. DaVault, Klmo, Mo.
"I owe the liralth of myelf and three
children In I.ydla K. rinkhim' Wftetabta
I'oinpound." mm Aiircu J uaie, ltoi &t4
Jiii'lfmimigll, n, 1.
'l barman Matdd vmiind Ywiv.Mr. Matr
Cle lter. It. F. I.N. 1, Wefleyvllle, Pa.
'our mwllclne ha bmucht hiilnrn$ to
our homo." Mm. Joe flrantbam, &S W,
"Now my borne In nmdo happy by a hl
bahy boy.'-Mm, M.ary bulluck, Vux lt.
Mn-JoKn Hononl J
(Continu.d Irom H.g. 1)
londliiK facllims would cuinmlt do-
liriMliillonn In llio I'linnl Zone, thereby
rniiiicllliiK the Culled Stiilea to Inter
vene nnd restore, older. It mm real
ized Hint one or two men eould ullp
ncrosR the border with a few sticks
of dynamite, nnd dnmiiRc the locks of
the ennui, or sonic, other Important
section, In such a luimncr ns to ciiusc
enoi moils loss, mid possibly protent
the opening of the canal on time.
IlccniiBo of the wimilnj; Blcn, nnd
for the reasons Indicated the Presi
dent and other high otlU'lals deter
mined to take no chances on n rew
liitlon In'l'nnnm.i. Orders ero Im-
mcdlntely Issued KenillnR tho Tenth
Hcelnicnt to the Zone, with Instruo
tlons to protect the waterway from
damage. Tlio tnotciiient will douht
less proo tinpopulnr to residents of
It Is fmthcr understood that Sec
retary of War Btlmsnn heard rumors
of the liupendtnK political troubles
during his reient lnlt to tho Isthmus,
llo vviis prepared for definite an
noiinccnictit of an Intended rcohitlon,
Ills advice was largely followed by
tho Pichldent In sendlni; regular
troops hi many months ahead of tho
time oilglnally cnntemidntcd.
For further information, nddrcss Mrs. Hnkham, Lynn, Mass.
ndvico is free, nlways helpful nnd strictly confldentlaL
rmv ci.KANiNti iu:quiiii:s hkii.i. and i:xPi:itn:Nci:.
ki:ski:d to thi: hiuiii:st ui:om:i: nv
J. ADADIE, Prop.
THE CANAL ZONE
WAHIIINtJTON. I). C. Sept. 0 A
inllltarj g.irrlioiii to he estiibllslied
mi the Pniiana (iim1. owIuk to uiiMit
Isfnilniy piillllinl rnmlltl.iim In thellt
tle lepiibllc of l'aiiainn, mid the Tenth
Infantry, ulikh Iris been stntlnued at
1'ort Run I IimikIoii, Tex, Is expected to
sail for Colon from (ialtoii tbnlat
tcr iiart of next week It Is said to
be the Intiullon of the War Depart'
Inent to send additional troops to 1'n
nainii as Kiiiin us barracks call bo pro
bbd for them.
It Is asm rloil In diplomatic circles
that a crisis In the affair nf the re-
iitllillc may occur this fall, when tho
presidential election takes place.
It Is Ha Id that the Tenth Infantry Is
behiK sent to the Canal Zone ns n pre
caution against the possibility Hint a
reolutlnnary nut break wight occur
during the coining presidential cam
paign The twelve conioaiiles of const artil
lery will not be ordered to the Isthmus
until the formications lmc lecn completed
$1 a Year
New Fall Goods by
I'hc vmv Tlmt'tf J3ruw(!(l
lo (uir um iqiiiiMK
nM'ywLrji. m "
(Continu.d from P.g. I)
ducted by representatives of the
Blcnmbont, Inspection Service The
cifllclnls hnvo no deslto In ilea) Id mi"
for tho collision or seek to evado lo
sponslhlllty for tho accident, which
caused the deaths of seven sillnr
They merely want tho Court or
Claims In pass on tho conflicting
rtatcments mtido bj the crow of Hie
Kuktil and the veteran captain of the
Findings Not Presented. I
I'or this reason no findings will bo
.presented to tho Court Allhoiuh
thoso making the Investigation reach
ed tho conclusion that tho tender Ku
kill was Id blamo for 'lie collision'
that opinion will not upix'ur on tho
documents filed with the trllimi il. No-J
thing will bo offered by the (iovern-
Inent but the nwinn tcslltuemv of all
thoso present at the time ami who
lived t retalc their Iniprc'slcns ant
experiences. The llndlngs were re
turned for tho solo uinrm.ill n id
the authorities. They will not bo
made a part if tho iH-rnianent treii.l
H Is cxpcctcil a bill will be Intro
duced when Ceingress ic.tshcmhles
granUng permission foi the eiwner of
the Mul Wnhliie lo bring suit for tlic
schooner and cargo. Delegate Kii
lanlanaolo has thoroughly examine I
the matter here ami was furnished
with a trnnserlit of the testimony
taken during the Investigation, II Is
believed ho will present and ples tho
bill necessary as a preliminary to Hie
beginning or litigation. Deputy Coin
mlssloncr Conovcr, of the lliire.iu nf
Lighthouses, said with the utmost
frnnkiicSH that If this branch of the
service was at fault ho m teuly lol
have tho nntter adjusted In the C'nuti
of Claims llo said mi tithe basis of
settlement could be an.wigcd. llo has
not been notified of any Intended ac
tion by the pnitles Interested.
(Continu.d from P.g 1)
Among the itrniy people and tbu Ter
ritorial authorities this plan Is regal ib
cil us one of the most Important to
Honolulu's future ever iuiililircil by
the Federal government With Vtru
tury KtlniHein on the) ground and get
ting llrst-hand kneiwleilge, the ni'gntl
atlous would be greatly liastenid. Ills
visit would also probably vettlei tho
iiiestloii of the uptown barraiks site,
now eleslreil by tho Territorial govern
ment for thu National tluard armory
and which lias already been thu basis
of eoiislileralde negotiation.
dipt. Henry It. Carter, tho noted
Marine Hospital Hervle.ii man, who was
the right-hand man of Ceilnnel (lorgns
In tho great work of sanitation at tho
Panama Canal, will a I mi ho In Honolulu
III thu next few weeks, unit It Is polnt
ed tint that Ills opinion us to tho sani
tary fe-atiircs eif the) plan, which have
been glvtn much emphasis, will bo of
runner Governor (Icorgo M. Carter,
chairman of tho sanitary commission,
will bo returning to Hawaii froni Ills
burricel trip to the. mainland about thu
ha mo time-, and, us ho Is a personal
friend of the Ke-cretar) of War, n col-li-geinatn
and ii tlasMiiutn Vabi '88 It
Is not a bail bet that tho ex-governor
and Kllinsnii might como hero together.
Although details of Ktlmsnn's plans
have! not be-en made public, It Is ex
peeteil that ho will be biro uflir I)u
i ember, us Ills visit seems to bo tlmeil
so that It e-iin bn completed before
Congress opens i ml bo will be In a
position to mako hiicIi rriommcniU
tloiis for legislation as ho diiius necessary
1 id I "i -I 111-ik. rfYi
V ,M''I m I'M
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As the old saying goes: "Tlie
proof of the puefding is in the
eating thereof' and thus we
refer to our showing of
for Fall wear. The assortment
of styles, patterns, and color
ings are large and well select
ed; the fit and workmanship
are up to our usual standard.
We guarantee every suit to
wear and retain its color.
Let us show you what values
we offer in this famous make
(Continu.d from Pag. 1)
tiled by War Department nlllelals, who
nay no wink will hn done at that Ha
tlun In tho Immediate future
Tho ertor probably nrnsn lii'raiise
of tho luiprnveiucntH under way at
I'ott linger, wliein tho ()uiiiterniast
er'H Depailment Is constnullng two
poiiu.itient banaekH and seven per
manent iiIIIm'Ik' illarliilH The work
Is not being done under iniitriul, but
r)io building npeialloiiH urn being
.handled by thu (Jiiarinrmiisler He
'bailment The bailiuks will linnsn
l llio iti tllliM liii'i) now at I'nrt linger
In teniHiiai) ( uiirl ft m They will bo
'nf iniiiiMil luimlnii lion All Hie wink
In hi'llitt il'iiin b) day Inbm
I Olllrlult hern illnmln Him II
lH llhiimi'lili'lll M ill I. How pi'iwies-
flnu ill I'm i iliiHvr vW )i ni'i'isi
fCnntlnued from P.a. 11
not with power to net Mr Major, 1
alii a member of that committee, but
I don't know vv lint's going em at nil,
Mr. Low tells about this arrangement,
but I don't know tin) thing about It.
How elo we Know how long the sehoed
will be nlloweil to stny there" t'nele
Sam will get thu land and then tho
llavallau Dreelgln Company will have
to give It up ami the sihoul will go
Low then ueretie and peliited out
with withering s-cnsui that "any In
telligent man" ought to know what hail
been lining on, but ho proce'Celid to ex
plain again In words of uno s) liable.
'As fur (ho srlifmhone staying
there, t'nele Sam has nothing to elo
with It." In' said "As a nntti r of fact,
the laud belongs In the Illsheip llstate,
with wlile Ii I understand Mr Amaii.i
is himself eonueiteel It Is leasee! to
the driilglng company If an) body
gets II, It will be Hie Illshop IMato."
Amaiia wnnlesl the matter re-ferreel
lo lie comiulltco without power lei net,
but llieri was no seioud lo Ills mo
tion ami the- en-nnilttei! was llnnlly
given "power In id." whateveT that Is.
The Hawaiian li'iml wilt nl.iv Ihls
evening at Aula Park, Tho piogram
Ma i ch-The ("laillalors Kueik
Overture -l.lglil Cavalry . . Kuppo
Sextet I.uela Iliinl.rlll
Selection The Valkyries . Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian Hongs ar by llmger
Keli'ctlon- Scotch Melodies llillne
The l.lttlo Tov J'oldler .. Wentleli
March The .liigt,ler ... . I.ut-uv
The Star Spangled llauner
. ---p . .
Itepresintatlvi's fioni (lie new gov
eriunelit of Hnytl, giving iisauranie of
Its rei-peel for Its liiteruatii'iial obli
gations and the Interest of forelgueis,
wetu leeedved b) the State1 Depart
I 9 Mcrtliiint Street
IMiiine 2 .
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Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
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