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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M, FRIDAY, OEPT. 29, 1911.
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A Legacy of Ill-Health
How Invalids Arc Made l,y the After i;rfcit of Mul.trlii. the (lrli uml
Oilier Acute Discuses.
After iin nlliu'k of fever, grip or oilier unite ili-cn-f tin patient
is frcipii'iitlv Iff I in n condition t lint iiinv inciin n lifetime of iiimtv
if iiiiicr precaution nit' not tnKcii to restore lite Monti mul drive
out tile liiijrering hmmiiix that enlHu tlie soeulloil "nfler-etreet"" of
-Malaria, tvpltoiil, M'lirlet fever, iiii'ifli". rlieniniitie fever, (lie j;rip
or ilillneti.n, and, ill onie rn , .severe enliN, leave weakened vital
power, thin Mood, impaiicd iliuetinii and over-.-Hitsilivo nerve u
eondilion (lull make tlie system an eav prev to piieiiinoniii. Iiroti
eliiti, nervous prostration, and even nni'timplinti Too inneli -die
eannot lie laid on the importance of "trenjctliejiiiif; tlie Mood and
nerve during eoiivale-eenee.
Mrs William Patterson, whoso millions Is IIii 33. It F 1 No I, Sno
homish, Wnsh , savs- "1 hud an attack of the measles mul wn Hick for
over n car I was ver) weak nml eoiilil not eel mv strength hack. I was
no short nf lirealh lliat I couldn't walk any il 1st nine at all without fainting
1 hint awful headaches a gtcator part of tlio time I was nervous and run
down In flesh and stictigth Friends, who saw aie, thought t would never
get well. I wan living at Kverott and was trealed liv two doctors but they
didn't do me a bit of Rood Finally I had to remain In bed and the doctor
said that nothing but a chance of climate would help me After being con
fined to lied for a month, my mother decided to give me Dr. Williams' l'lnk
Tills 1 received Brent help from a few boxes and grew stronger and felt
better In every way. I took tlio pills regular!) for finite a while, and was
completely cured "
Tlie ulsive statement honld eoiiviuot uii ld who ha failed to
refrain health and trennth after an acute disease that Dr. William'
1'ink Pills for l'ale lVoplu decri a trial.
A valuable, booklet, "Disease.
of the Illooil," containing
helpful Information wilt be
tent upon request
Dr. Williams' l'lnk l'llls are
Fold by all druggists, or will be
sent, postpaid, on receipt of
price, KO cents per box; six
boxes. Jli.r.O, by the Dr Wil
liams Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N Y
TOM KELLY WELL
LIKED AT BIJOU
Tom Kelly tlie veteran vaudeville
man who Is appealing at the HIJoii,
iiiinlo a big hit last night In spite of
hoaiscness lint at times scorned to
Uneaten to piuvent his singing a' all
III voice, U.UI not vhow to good ad
vantage In nil of his mugs, but ho
makes a good tinii out of II, mixing
up IiIhIi and United State effective
ly, lie slaited orf vvllh "Whole I lie
lllvcr Shannon Flows" and lu'orpo
laled some "rnggy" cafe st.vlo singing
with a sort of shadow itincu, and
ended urf with "Has Anvbody Hole
Vivian ri Alton, tlio comedy nrrn
b.iti,, furnished a lot of laugh, their
work last night being fust and fml
oiis. Some of the II I in weie note
worthy, one In particular, showing
tlio efforts of a girl frc in Hie stnsc
to Keep her family straight, being un
At the Umpire Japanese-nude mov
ing plcluies are to he featured for
the iet of the week, while llrown &
Itoblnsnn, tlio Antipodean pair and
Coffinim & Carroll, singers ami danc
ers, furnish tho vaudeville
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Japanese picture! taken by Japan
ote film-makers. One shows scenes
along a rallwAy tourists' paradise.
Another Is a screaming farce showing
TAKING ROOMS FROM TEACHERS
Hri.U nullum I'nm Mpnnd'-nct' ) teacher. Miss domes by name, who
llll.O, Sept 23 Count) Knglncor lias Just graduated from the Xoiniil
Southwortli returned fiom a trip ,c,l01 ' Honolulu, was supiiosod In
use this room, hut Instead was plae-
TERRITORY GRANTS MAUI
TWO BLOCKS OF LAND
The Territory Is to give the County
or Maul two pieces of land when tlie
necessary formalities have been com
pleted One piece Is for a p.uk at
Wallukii and the other for a tuber
culosis hospital to be maintained by
the county In Kula.
Tho matter was Inought to the Gov
ernor's notice during his trip to the
Island and now a formal I (-quest has
been forwarded to him by tho Super
visors Tlie hospital Is to lie niailu as self
supporting as possible, farming oper
ations being the plan Intended to bring
about this result.
MRS. BECKLEY WILL GET
HER MONEY AFTER ALL
Judge W. J. Robinson yesterday af
ternoon decided In favor of Mrs.
nt-niltl.l tlio (ulfiri.1 lilul nnl, jl lit-l tl r
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which he took ii a number of mat- cK!t lttCf which is located In tlio ' Ocorgo Ilcckley In tlio ciiko slio
tcrs of general Iniimrl.iiicc. ninong scIiooIIioiiko and was formerly udciIi brought agalnsl her trustees through
which wus the construction of new for a cloak and hut room. ,lcr "cxt ,,CHl rrlcni1' "u-Tt W, Sliln-
The inaltcr was taken to tho Su
premo Court on a lescrved question
or law and that hudy decided Mrs.
Ilcckley was stilt a minor and could
Accordingly Mr. Shingle
rooms ror a number of schools, la "Miss Comes was afraid to sleep In
this connection Mr. Southwortli wa. this building alone and sent for her
very outspoken In regard to tho bo- mother from Honolulu and Ibcy nro
havlor of some of tho school prlucl- using llils liny room, which has but
liMiH who hnvn urriirrtlnir tn lilu ttitn. a mltntfiii inn(l.n it.iU.rTr tlmli
muni Ifitnn ml iMiiilnrrn .if llwilt. t.n. -n,.i. I.. . Ii. Ililln 1...H.II ....... I.I ,. I 1'lC
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sltlon to work hardship on the teach- Another school room is being built ' ,,a0(
ers under them. Mr. Southwortli re- as an addition to the llnkalai. school Tlp ,.;., Iire , ,. k., aa
ferrcd especially to a case at llaka- ami I understand that tho principal ,,!,3be.
lau In this eon-ctlon ho said: i says that when this is finished Mls
"I am very anxiouj to see Sillier- fiomes may have It. This was not I Hcpali-hcs in It, J Dun ft (, In-
vising Prlnclpil Homer to take iii built Tor a teacher's living room, dlrnto u spntti.,1 timle situation, en-
wlth him the matter or teachers' ac- however. The cottage in which tlie largcil nprintlniii In sonic sccllmn
rnnimn.li.lli.tiu s,i ll,l-.l..i, ti, . ei,.l..i n i. i.,i.. i ,.i, being olTset by a tendency Inward
lagc at that place hut this has been ate dining room and kitchen. I hopo
appropriate,) b) tho prlnclp-il ot tho that tho matter will lie taken up by
hchool there ror his own use A)ouig Mr Homer."
and street cars. This 1
Tinkling, Tickling Tunes by
Brown & Robinson
Tenor and Baritone, who made
at the Bijou
Coffman and Carroll
Music and Dancing
Coffman's foot-tapping Is catching
Has Anybody Seen
Not everybody, but everyone should
see and hear
Prince of Baritone Singers of Popular
Songs of the Day
DON'T MISS HIM THIS WUIIK
Vivian & Alton
Will present new series of aerobatlo
stunts with thrills attached to each.
"BETTY AT REDWOOD"
An Indian l'lcturo
ORCHESTRA Direction C. Miltner
SITE 'FOR FAIR
dallons at lUknl.ni. The Sup- principal Ives Is plenty large enough "' '" """'' ' " "' '" "
arranged for the building of for his family without the WHInnnl,,,lnriVwM1p.H..r Marlboro. Mass.
ra room on the leaeh.-.s' cot- loom, as ho has bedrooms, a scpar- rIlimUI, ,,.,,, ,,y cutllllB hls
JIIE PEACE MOVEMENT IN HAWAII
i From the San 'Jose',' Cal., Mercury.
thronl In a Wondsb, d at the home, of
Ills daughter, Mrs. T V. Nlckerson, at
i:xeler. N. II
Culling his throat with a piece of
glass, Thomas Cutlet committed sui
cide In ii cell or tho ISarro, Vt si
Theie rfmrvlrT"of the country
where cartel ,ivnr tulk Is so Ilrinly
discouraged ivs' hi hawiili Tills is nut
lierauso tho' fst.in'iM feet Unit they oc
cupy a htratygli, iMidtlon In tlie uvunt
linns II, twecu Jap.ni and America mid
How The) May lies! lie Maliitiilnel '
Tho Hthol.irshlps Include not imly l,.ir t
and tiilllou, but triivcllng extuses to
and frotn .Tiipiiu and Hawaii and atl
iiecesrur) bmiks and tulpinent fcirtlu
of hosllllllcup It Is because tlie best i nurse.
stntliiivnt llifin umcts tlie dlHtlnctloii To make tills iiimiietllloii erfietlvo
or lieliig ronill'lrfi'd a strnlegle pcico'rnr the end to view It was necessary
In Interest lending Japanese ediicalnrs
in the plan I'nr this inirpnse, Tlieo
ilnre llli'haids, the Aiiierliau treasurer
oT the Institute, has just colnpUted a
pl.t la relation to Japan and the
.'filled Slates, mites Hubert McTuv
Ish In a :iirreiit iiiiiKiulue, nod iki
ccids to descillie the systematic en-
(Putnrs to rtl-ler II. e "pence" innxc- special mission to Japan. He succeed
liii lit. This reeling has crystallized ed at tlie dart In Interesting Count
luring the p,iM lo uinntlis lutn u'okiinia, cx-I'rhne Minister and nuw
tinniest but iletlnllu ulid active peace preslitent nr Waseda University In To
.Tim Mld-I'aclli, liiMllnte Is a prl
,,Vite school Just nut nt lloiiolulu,
ifiuideil several )eurs agn by lullueu
K tj.il cllliens of tlie Territory for 111')
I duration or liojs or v iilnus races It
I Is beaulirull) situated about four tnlK's
kin. Count Okuiiia madn his own
bouse a center ror tlm work and l.elp
e, Mr Hlcliards organize u (nmmitteo
made up of the best-known Japanese
ediKiilnrs and leaders In reform work,
Tlie number nf scholarships odcred at
present Is small, but the help or dls-
fiut of lhi ell). Is ill lily endowed, and, tliiKiilshcd educators and the eagerness
has a well-eipilppeit teaching force, of Japaiiesx students tn profit by
llintly or giaduatcs from American, Western iduaitlnu will doubtless lead
colleges As a beginning of the pea i,ln a larg number of entries In tlie
movement, live free scholarships In tin' i ouipdltlnu Hvr) entry will mean
institute have been orfered tn tlie llvo.tlie creation nt a little center or peaco
Japanese boj s wtm write the best Ci-jlo counteract the war-talk In both
ss)s on tlie MiibjMt "1'rlendly Hcl.i- loiiutrles
on thin, pale children is
It make them plump,
roy, and active.
contains no drug, no alco
hol, nothing but the purest
and best ingredients to
make blood, bone and
FUTURE HEAD OF PASTEUR iWILL ASK LEGISLATURE
INSTITUTE IN HONOLULU, FOR CONTROL OF WHARVES
'Head nf the health department, ag
riculturalist In cliicr and slated at
(he end of tho next two years to head
tlio famous Pasteur Institute In Paris,
Ily ptoper and judicious handling of
the waterfront tlio harbor commis
sioners believe that tliey can make
the port pay nnd they are to ask the
Dr Ii Honor, the distinguished New, next Iglslatttte to vest thcni with full
CaUdonian, stopping at the Voting ho-, control
tel, Is ono of tho Interesting llgtircsl Hcsldes making tho wharves a puy-
ln Honolulu at tho present time Mug coin em they hopo tn bo ahlo tn
During his slay hero ho Is study- get enough money In to pay tlio intei
Ing tho parasites for lanlana which est as well The fees for tlio profer
Is causing much trouble In tlio I'rnnch cure rights alone they think Hlinitld
possession nt tlie present time and hu atiioiint to about $IS,0()0 a year and
Is also looking Into tho leprosy u,uon- with nil" I bo othm charges properly
tlon. looked after and collided tliev think
Ho leaves on the steamer Makuia -that the amount should be far In ox
next month and will be met at KIJI by cess of this sum Tlie plan has been
I'iciicIi cruiser which will (akiHiiiu outlined piuvlously in the Hill let In
the rest of the journey. nt considerable, length.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1
TWO (1AM1CS - - TWO OAMKS
1:30 J. A. C. vs. P.
3s30 HAWAIIS vs.
Prices 35c, 25c, 15c, 10c
Heserved Heats for center and wings
of grandstand can bo bonked at II O.
Hall &. Hun's sparling department. I'm
triiute, King street.
Tickets on sale at M. A. (iunt'
Cigar More fium 1 p. Ill
11 a. in. liuiiday.
I Wood, chairman of I lie I In -(niiiiuivKlon
to tlio Pan.im.i-P.i-
cxpiedllcin, has reached Kan
r'ranclscn and after an Inspection of
the fair site approves It, according to
news that came from tlio Coast today
The San lYanclsco Chronicle or Scp-
ti labor 21 publishes ths rollnwlug.
II P. Wooil, chairman or the bnaid
or cniiiiiilssluuers or tlio Territory or
Hawaii, who was appointed by (Jov
irnnr Wiilter K, Kicar, along with
John Hughes, John I.ldgate, .1 N H
Williams and J. S. Wright, arrived In
Hie city )esterday and was taken over
the exposition site by Director Hudolpli
J. Taussig Wood was later tendered
a litiKbenn by Dhector Frank I..
Drown, ami was given wilu.ihln Inror
matlnn legaidliiR the prnposed exposi
tion lie Is here ror the purpose ot
locating the Hawaiian exhibit at tho
He expressed himself as being In fa
vnr of the site, declaring that tlm se
Uctinu or Harbor View and (Inldeu
, (Into Park would mak" It possible tor
i people to visit tb() fair and get an 111
telllgent Idea of tho exhibits. Ho
stated that Ids commission Is to report
Its recommendations at tho next ses
slon or tlie Legislature, and ho says
be feels sure that whatever tlie com
mission advises In tlie nature or an ap
propriation will be approved. Ho says
that the Hawaiian Islands will make a
splendid participation In tho coming
exposition, and Hint the people ot that
Territory are deeply Interested in It
He brought with him n largo collou
tlon or tolnrcd pbotngraphs of tho llsli
caught 111 tho Island waters, and hopes
to ariange to have space allotted III
the aquarium that Is to bo constructed
ror tlie exhibition or the various denl
7ens or the deep that nrc lound In
Colonel Goethals Invited.
President Charles C. Mooro has of
llclally Invited Colonel Ceorge C rinct
bals, chairman or tho Isthmian Canal
Coinuilsslnn, to bo tho exposition's
honored guest on tho occasion or tho
Following Is a list or tho members of
Hie President's party that will be in
tills city to' participate In tlie ground
breaking ceremonies and other func
tions In honor of the chief executive or
the nation' Tho President. Secretary
llllles, Major Archibald W. Ilutt. I' H
A . A D C ; Dr. Thomas I,. Ithoads,
Wendell W Wlschler and C C Wag
ner, stenographers; Arthur llronks and
Henry I. Mickey, messengers: James
Sloan Jr. Joseph I J. Murphy, Hlehard
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i I. jn , in llll.t , I. i moll,, ,-i ,-ni-n.
Kaliilduy tilling I be Hasten and Albany Itallruad,
and ten newspaper correspondents,
Sept. 30th, and
Monday, Oct. 2
III III r'l lit viitl'iS'fiWii
Tlie new term or tlio supremo cum t
starts Monday and the following cases
are to come up for hearing:
Klpahulii Sugar Compiny vs, .lonn
Knnao Naklla. Appeal from elicult
Jinlgc. first circuit.
William W. limner vs. C. Hrevvcr &.
Co. Krmr to circuit couit, tlrst cir
cuit. I'rank Akl vs. Mary Akl. Appoal
fiom circuit judge, first circuit.
Francisco S. Horses vs. Maria A. 11.
II. do 8. ICucamacao. Appeal from
circuit Judge, tlrst elicult.
Knupcnu (vv) vs. Kllzabclh Kalo et
al. i:ceptlons from circuit couit,
Charles l.ucas ct al. vs. Mclllo B.
Ilitstaro ct al. Heserved question from
circuit court, first circuit.
Ano Knehu vs. Mceau Natnealoha.
Kxceptlons fiom circuit court, second
Tctiltory of Hawaii vs. Hit Scong.
Appeal fiom district magistrate of
Philip F. V'rcar vs. Motrin ltoson
bledl. Appeal from elicult judgo,
Knueolio lianch Company, Ltd., vs.
Kaneohe Itlrc Mill Company, Mil., el
al. Appeal f i urn elicult Judgo, tlrst cir
cuit. I'M.al Marklo vs. Noell Marklc. Ap
peal from elicult judge, drst circuit.
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