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EVCNINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911.
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on (he American Plan only. Each room has outride expoture. Ratei
iked are less (Service, CuUlne and Surroundings considered) than can be
found In any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cernlng Hotel Potter, address) OTTO QERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
fcrrinp to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"AHC code.
J,H. Lore, Honolulu representative.
A Hotel that Is noted for
tlie elegance of Its Cuisine
Emma St, above Vineyard
IT WILL Hi: A (lUUAT MOON AT
this vi:i:k and tiii: uiui: iiomu
ON Till: TltAIN WILL UU
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY CO.
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALER8
WA8 AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California Stnlo Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Mules for Sale
18 EXTRA LARGE 16
The BICYCLE DEALE1 and II
PAIEEE, has moved to
180 KINO IT1I1I
New . location Bed front, neai
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
1 CIOA HOW It
at. A. SUNIT CO. Attest
2185 editorial rooms 2256
business office. These nre lue tele
afcone numbers of tho B a 1 1 e 1 1 a,
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Pioneers and leaden in
the Automobile Busineii
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hnrtford, Stevens-
Duryes, Cadillac, Thomas Kl)er,
tlutck, Overland, Uaker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404) t.ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
ALL WE ASK 13 A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Us a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'8 NEWS TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Phone SOU
1168 I'OItT STIIIIIJT I'HONU iliOl
Regal Shoe Store
BANZAI 8HOE 8TORE
Berttanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Telephone 1003 ,
GREATEST HIT EVERI
LAST NIGHT'S EXHIBITION BY
IN MENTAL TELEPATHY
A marvelous demonstration! Blind
folded, Vcotctte reads letters and cards
in your pocket. Unusually Interesting
DON'T MISS Tim.MI
May Edith Taylor
In Catchy, Up-to-date Songs
NEW AND ENTRANCING FILM8
SPIX'IAI. TII.M SUItVK'i: AT
umi'iiu: all wi:i:k
More Music Hall Songs by
Lucia Lottie Collins
Given in Her Inimitable and Capti
THEN MORE GOOD AND NEW
PICTURES 4 New Ones
"Boy Globe Trotter," working way
around world, in Selected Songs
AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM
AN ILLUSTRATED STEREOP
1 TICON LECTURE
With 8peclal Reference to
Volcanoes of Hawaii
Frank A. Perret
FRIDAY, NOV. 10 8 P. M.
A. N. SANF0RD
Boston Building - Fort 8treel
Over May & Co.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contraotor and Builder
Estimates given on all kinds ot
Concrete Work a Bpeelalty
AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
Will Do It
G. M. UUNCAN
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
Blank books of all sorts, ledeers
etc , manufactured by the UulTetln
OF INTEREST TO
An enny nml quick way of dropping
oil uhen nuking inujonnnlio ilrrosInK
Ii to cut n Binall groove In each ahlc
of tho cork In tho ollo bottle. The
air will enter the Rromc ut tho top
nml force the nil out of tho lower hole
In nlow, ex ell Oropn. l.uy the bottle on
the tnble with the lork eml projecting
well over tho ciIkc. You cum nit down
nml ilo your bcntltiR, mill thu oil will
come out Juat right,
To deodorize rmicepuim nfter cooking
onion, cuhhnKc or IIhIi. try thla plan:
WiimIi nml dry the pin, then place n
piece of thick brown paper on tho
stoc, ut lire to It nnd turn the Malice,
pun oer the blue. After a few mo
ments remove It. and the odor will not
A lonf of bread will keep frcidi much
loiiRcr If placed In u mwrcil atone
crock. M'rnp In u birgc ilntli to ex
elude nlr mid keep the crock In ii cool
plncc. It Ii nicer than n tin vessel
nnd much bettir than Imping tho bread
In a refrlgerntor.
To nrenerve utiuxid iolk of ecu put
the joIkm In ii cup or hnxln, drop n
piece of kitchen paper Into told wn
ter, nnd place urr the top of cup or
baxlu. TIiIh will prevent the yolks from
KcttliiR hard and they will keep for
To protect your rolling pin nnd hoard
in uhxoluto cIciiullncHH la to makocnv
crlngR for them of unblenched inunlln
having drawing xtrlugH and loops xuf-
llclently strong to hold them when tho
linga nro hung up.
To xtnrcli black lawux boll twoiiiuirta
of wheat brnn In xlx iii,irta of water
for thirty-Iho mlnutex. I.tt It cooluml
then atruln. No xoip In necexxary
where tills Id used, nx it both clcnnbea
A good way to waxh bottlea or vine
gar cruets la to put crushed egg shells
mid warm soapy wattr together In them
nnd xhako well Tills will clean tho
glas! well and will not scratch It.
Lemon Julco will clean rtlumlnum If
5 our iilunilniim pans anil kettles be
como btackeneil, Just put n little of
the Juice on u cloth und rub tho utcnxll
Fine ginghaini and percales will
emerge from the tub with tho glnxn nnd
dressing of new' material If dipped In
sweet milk Instead of starch.
Iron rust stains jleld to the follow
lug triatment: Koak the stain In lemon
Juice, sprinkle with salt nnd bleach
novirnl limiru In Iho sun.
Itlce to be n useful article of food
should be stewed with milk .butter or
stock, which will supply tho want of
Ink stains nro sometimes removed by
soaking In sour milk and then rinsing
In ii weak solution of chloride of lime,
(Irass stains may be radlcntcd by
saturating thu stain with kerosene, then
putting the garment In the wash tub.
To remove stains of blood soak them
In cold salt 'water, then wash In warm
soapy water and llnhli by boiling.
To t rase all traces of scorch stains,
wet the scorched place, rub with soap
and bleach In tho sun.
Try removing mildew by soaking In
weak solution of chloride of lime, then
rinsing In cold water.
Use warm wafer to sprinkle starched
Index and tho effect will be twice as
Ilorax water will restore tho gloss to
snleui In washing.
I'roin late figures the hope of recov
ery uiiilcr tho now emollient treutment
seems to bo about as follows:
In people of sixty nnd over remits
a ro nult uniform, probably nlno
tenths recovering. Whllo at fifty nnd
over a largo majority of all cases yield
to thu treatment, below lifty nnd ap
proachlng forty tho dlseuso gets more
stubborn, and between thirty and forty
tho percentngo Is not high probably
not imic li over half yielding.
Under thirty the percentage Is less,
and In children recoveries have been
very fow nnd moBt of thoso wcro oh
talnod with tho nld of skilled physl
dans forcing nutrition, with alkaline
treatment to provent formation of ace
The new emollient treatment Is
known ns Fulton's Diabetic Compound.
1 or sale by all druggists.
We desire overy patient fo write ui
who Is not noting the usunl improve
ment by the third week, Always statu
age. Literature mailed free. Jno. J,
Fulton Co., GUI Battery St., San Fran
clseo, Cnl We Invite correspondence
with physicians who have obstinate
Tho charge ngalnst I.leut.-nov Tim
otliy I. Woodruff of New York for
breaking tho Sundny law by holding
"" " ltIoii meot ut Nassuu Uoulovard
AND NUMBNESS IN THE
HANDS AND ARMS.
Thl lonn Woman Wits In n Serious
Condition nnil llrr Cure Will
A cure of unusual Interest nnd Im
portance la related by Mrs. J. II. Mor
gan, of Corrcctlonvlllc, lown. After
being ii hopeless: sufferer from sick
headaches, she Is now entirely free
from nttacks. She tells of hor euro
by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, as fol
"Somo years ngo I wns in a ter
ribly nervous nml run-down condition
unit Himcrcd greatly from nervous
headaches. I was treated for three
months by n specialist in Chicago, who
nilvlHcd mo to wear glasses, but ho did
not ncip mo. My head seemed as
though It would burst, and I had fro
quent illr7y spoils. I was In despair
or getting won until I read nliout l)r,
Williams' Pink Pills for Palo People
and began taking tlicin. A few boxes
cured mo and slnco then I lmvo used
them ns n family medicine,
"llcforo the birth of my last child 1
suffered untold agony with pain nnd
numbness In my hands nnd arms up
to the shoulders. My hands wcro so
swollen and tho muscles so sore that
I could hardly dress myself. For
thno I could not closo my left hand.
During tho tiny If I kept moving tho
pain did not seem to bo so bad, but
my hands were always numb, I again
used Dr. Williams' Pink Pllla for Palo
Pcoplo und found them good for this
troublo also, nnd they entirely re
Unless properly treated sick head
ache Is a disease of many years, dura
tion, us It occurs beforo tho twontlcth
year In two-thirds of tho cases mid
recurs with mora or less regularity
until tho fiftieth year or Inter. It is
usually hereditary and Is probably ill
rcctly caused by n defect In the pro
cess which changes the fond wo cat
Into blond. Most sufferers aro trou
bled with obstinate constipation which
makes it necessary to use u laxative.
An ideal combination treatment is
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Palo Pco
plo nnd tho now laxatlvo pills, Pink'
lets. This treatment Is fully des
cribed In n Ilttlo booklet, "Tho Treat
ment of Sick Headache," which is free
on request, together with ii sample of
Pinklcts, the little laxatlvo pills.
Dr. Wllllums' Pink Pills nro for sulo
at all druggists, or will bo mailed to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of
prlco, CO cents por box; six boxes for
tz.50, by tho Dr. Williams Mcdlclno
Company Schenectady, N. Y.
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Tho farewell concert given by Mr.
Hugo Hcrzer in tho Oiorn Houso last
evening wuh nn unexpected success,
and tho attendance, was largo enough
to show Mr. nnd Mrs. Hcrzer that
their friends In Honolulu nro number
ed by (lie bundled.
Tho program, of iivcrngo length, was
well balanced, with enough ensemble
work to keep the enthusiasm of tho
chorus nllvo and to muka tho chorus
Iho ical feature of the evening. It
was a largo, well-choson und well
handled chorus, and in Its most ambi
tious effort, tho "Pugodn of Floweis,"
scored a deserving success.
Four soloists appeared during tho
evening, Mrs. Hcrzer naturally fall
ing Into tho plnco of honor. ( Hor sing
ing Inst evening was splendbL She,
look (ho plnco capably and heighten
ed hor reputation already made It
Is with much regret that Honolulu
muslc-lovcra bco Mrs, Hcrzer leaving
here, and local critics expect to hour
fnvornhly of her on tho mainland.
Itejnolil I), McClrow, barltono, nb,o
added fresh laurels. Il.irrlng evi
dences of Immaturity mid failure to
leallzo tho dopth of tone demanded at
limes, Ills work is worthy of much
Mrs. Aloxandor Lindsay, Jr., appear
ed as tho soloist In tho church beetle
from Cavallorln Hustleana and sung
Iho role very successfully,
Carlos Caccrcs scored two successes
last night, In accompaniment anil In
solos on tho piano. It Is always a
delight to hear Mr. Caccrcs. As. un
accompanist, ho is admirable; us a
soloist, ho calls forth the highest of
Anotlior pleasant feature was tho
singing of a quartet composed of Mrs.
Hugo llorzer. Miss Kthjlo Kali weath
er, Mr. A. V. Wall and Mr. Ooorgo
Drown. Miss Falrwonthor was licud
for tho first tlmo by most of thoso
present perhaps and her mezzo quality
of voice was well liked.
This afternoon thu Hawaiian bund
will play during tho Japanese spurts
ut Aula Park, and this evening at tho
reception on tho roof garden of tho
Young Hotel, held In honor of tho
birthday of tho Mlkndo
Tomoriow afternoon tlio band will
be present at tho sports and regatta of
tho Outrigger Club, Walklki, mid In thu
evening ut tho K. of P. Hall.
Sunday afternoon It will give u pub
lie concert nt Knplnliinl Park, nnd Moil
day evening tlit-ie will be a moonlight
cnuctit In KiilmuM, at tho end of tho
Witkll Ballallst II per jaar,
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HE tZEB CONCERT
IMPORTERS MANUFACTURERS AND RETAILERS OF
LADICS', CHILDREN'S AND
NO MATTER WHETHER YOU ARE AT HOME OR IN SAN FRAN
CISCO, DO YOUR SHOPPING AT MAGNIN'S.
You can always find at our Establishment Children's Ver
suitable for the "Island climate," such as Whlto Dresses, Colored
Dresses, Boys Suits, Rompers, etc.
Wo herewith givo you a few special features!
Pink or blue check Gingham Rompers, Dutcli neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 years s0
Pink or blue stripe Seersucker Rompers, Dutch neck, short sleeves,
2 to 6 years.. "5
Stripod Percale Boys' Suits, 2 to 6 years 1-25
Nainsook Dress, Mother Hubbard style, hcmstltcliod trimmed, 6
months to 1 year 50
Nainsook Dress, waist style, embroidery trimmed, 2 to -4 years.... 1.25
Bame, 5 to 6 years 1.50
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