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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 28, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1911.
BUYING new things may not make it so, but the money you will save
f getting them here will make it a real Thanksgiving for you, and
give you a chance to buy various other things that possibly you would not
Below we list rive special values. Call and
' see these and many others we have to offer :
Solid Oak Extension Table
Top 3342, 5-foot CxUision, 2''int.li Legs, Golden Oak Flnlih.
Thanksgiving Special - $6.00
Solid Oak Extension Table
42-Inch Round Top, 6-foot Extemlon, Non-Dividing P.d.ita Date, Qoldtn Oak FlnUh.
Thanksgiving Special - $12.00
Pedestal Extension Table
Quarter-Sawad Oak Tap, 48-inch diameter, extend. 6 feet; P.de.tal ha. extra heavy column with
carv.d claw feet ; Golden Finish.
Thanksgiving Speoial - $24.00
Solid Oak Diner
Full Length, 8awd Bick Potts, Flat Spindle Back) large, riomy Cane Seati Colden Flnl.h.
Thanksgiving Speoial - $1.75
Quarter-Sawed Oak Box Seat Diner
Chaie Leather Uphol.tered Scat.) a chair of excellent line, and very ..rvicably 'constructed)
Gold.n Finlili, polithed.
Thanksgiving Speoial - $3.75
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY FOR SPECIAL BARGAINS AND HELPFUL SUGGESTIONS
Many manufacturers of staple products find It difficult to Increase the demand for
their products and have to remain satisfied with a limited market. The problem of
securing dealer distribution, and to create a demand on the part of the public at the
same time, has been to a degree solved by general advertising. But to enter the
k field in this way requires the expenditure of many thousand dollars with no
' guarantee as to the result.
Many fortunes have been lost in advertising to reach the public, because the goods
advertised have not been on the retailer's shelves to supply a demand once created.
We have a method of securing dealer distribution for various products. We also
have a plan of creating a demand on the part of the public in localities where the
products are on the shelves of the retailer.
There is no great outlay of capital required to determine the value of these methods.
Wrjte us for particulars, stating what you manufacture.
.'. Hannah, Haddeh & Company
Merchandise Brokers '
277 Broadway New York, N. Y.
Sudden Change May Mean
McCoy I axes Place .
Fuel About Indigestion and Its lirllrf
Tlmt Nhonld Inlrrrit You.
Although Indigestion nnil Dyspepsia
nre ho prevalent, mint people 1u not
thoroughly understand their cause nnd
cure. There Is no reason why most
nentiln nhonld nut ent nnvthlnK they
desire If they will only chew It cure-J
fully nnd thoroughly. Many actually,
starve thcmielves Into sickness through
fear of eating every good-looking, good-,
Dr. Ilupert Ulue received sudden or- ,,meilng. nnd good-tasting food, be
dim to return to Washington jestcrday cnue t docs not ngree with them.
Hf It moon, nnd um i mnsciiuence Dr. rlp best thing to do la to lit jour
jOiorsc W. AliCo), who arrived hero to Kr)t 1o digest any" good food,
take up the work of Dr. Currle Inl ye believe we enn relieve X)yspepla.
jlepioay. Is to tuke ilmrgo of Ilia anlwe nro ho confident of this fuel thut
intluu work for the lircullt. Vr. lllue lvn tmnrnntee nml nrnmlsn tn mitililv thn
luis hem ordireil, In proceed to Vush- 'medicine free of-nll cost ,to every ono
button "lor lonftrcmi-." hut li" Ma''wno will use It, who Is not perfectly'
bought by his irluuis Hint tins inam M,ttfled, will theirc.ults which It pro-
io will lu appointed siirRtuii-generuI to ,hlces. We exact no pruinlscn, and put
U rwltmiM trnileri nnv obllirntlnn whatever.
lurety, nothing itmHl bmfiilrer.' Wo are
ocatcd right hero nnd"0ur repututloii
mim signed by the Herniary of the Rhuuld be aulllclent assurance of the
Trtu,sury. genuineness of our offer.
Dr. McCoy Is looked upon at beng u 'e wnnl every one troubled with
guod limn iiiid'n noted ufithorlly on Indigestion or Dyspepsia In any form
ptneiie, having umde a special study of to come to our store and buy n box
I the disease. Yesterday arternuou ho f rtexnll Dyspepsia Tablets. 'Toko
I unit lor the trip lound portion of the them home and give them a reasonable
work with the Itizt us' committee and trial, according to directions. Then, If
'gradually got-ln touch with the sltua-'not mtlmlcd, come to us nnd get your
I Hun. Today he takes up the work In money back. They urc 'ery pleusiint to
the regular way. take; they nld tonwothe the Irrltablo
I Tho expenses III connection with the stomach, to strengthen and Invigorate
'campaign are going down all the lime, the digestive organs, nnd to promote
I while the work that Is being done Is
Just keeping the same. This has beo
I brought nbuiit Inrgely through experi
ence and through the good working
I system that Is In vogue nt the present
Good work Is reported from alone
tbu marsh districts. The Mirfuco rushes
lime been cut downwind the holes of
water exposcd'atid oiled. This has been
done III many places In the Mollllll
district, und It It thought that there
will be very fen motipiltoes breeding
there In the near future.
till the place ImiUe- TUCiint tu'i tlia Aatll jH
J ho cable glUng hlin lAs Tlnsti actfonaoc
FRANK L. WINTER
DIES ON COAST
Tho cnblo luoiiglit tho news yet.-
.terday of the death of Krank U win-
, ter In the dermaii Hospital Winter
'went to the Coast a short time ago
lor IiIh heal Hi nnd It was reported
that he was ..Improving nnd the news
of his death yoaterday was a snrprlso
to his many friends.
i Winter had been a resident of tho
Inlands since ,1883, and was In the
employ of the Inter-Inland Sleam Na
vigntlon Company at the tlmohe left
for tho coast.
i Tho dcccasedgwaH a member of the
local lodge of IJIki, to which news of
his death was cabled yesterday. -The
remains will borcramated and brought
hofc for Interment,,
I Mr. Winter left two sons, Ono Is
Kenneth Winter, who Is In Chicago
and the other, Frank Winter, li at
tPnilliig school here. Three sisters
also surlve him. TIr aro Miss
Alice Winter, Mrs. M. W. Hendry nnd
Mrs. A. Horner.
TEST CASE TO
1TI10 lest case against Oeorca Lu
cas In connection with the board of
lifnllh regulations, started In the ills-
I I let court, has now gone to the cir
cuit court. Ills attorney I?. C. I'eteri,
Iris demnnded a jury trial nnd till!:
means that the matter must be henr.l
III tho circuit court.
The papers 'are now tn go to the
Viprcnio court on an agreed state
ment of facts a thing which was re
fused In the Mills case. This will
ecttlo the argument very quickly nnd
"will give Iho ssnltsUcn cossin'.ttse
Kinie Idea us tn whero I hoy stand.
BACHELORS GIVE EXHIBIT. '," ,,rrulr- wllkl1 SUXH Bl"" Hui!Uuy
SIN HONOR OF BUBBLE LADY " VZZl ' o
dinner. 1'recedliiK the liicnu (he pic
tures were exhibited. These represent-
M Htvcii Individual mnceptlons of color
r nVils produced by llio rays of the set-
combined to muku the flrHt
ed the artistic geiilut. or the iiiembera
ttf II... ..Inl. li I) W IVrlfliiM fp I
art exhibition of 'the Wnhlno .' ,.,..,,. .. r , ...
w ,. l. u riaiu,- .-ir. u. 11. nuuipiircy, ir.
.,,., v-.u., -.,.,..., v...... ..,- M r)mllll,i. Mr. r. i:. Howes, Mr.
ilctures ,.re said to Imve been fearful Q n
1ml wonderful to behold, and report llUng-room
uh It ImtJU. I vtlyn Aln.ond,Wlh. tlllbue, each picture being
... tin, California artist, who, w HU ,,,, , ,Ilul ll(,vatHi;,UUH Bht
J it mother nnd slsterj was the motif ' h,,.
fr theentertulninoit, was overcome uy
ftWfllPWHC0 .''l' '" -,"'lle'".
8ho After th good jiolnts of the pictures
Tore up bravely, how eer, and today Is hud been discussed nnd tiiili usplrlng
Je)iirted to bu none the 'worse for tho urtlbt complimented by thu critic, u
I liuncltomo blx-coursu dinner was served.
AcciimpaiiyiiiK the place-cards werufi:
n henlthy nnd natural bowel nctlon,
thus lending to perfect nnd healthy di
gestion and nsslmllntlon.
A 2rc. package of Itexnll Dyspepsia
Tablets furnishes 1G dnys' treatment. In
ordinary rases, this Is sufllclent to pro
duce a cure. In more chronic cases, n
longer treatment, of course, Is neces
sary, and depends upon the severity of
the trouble, l'or such cases, we have)
two larger sizes which sell for 00c. nnd
$1.00. Keuiember, you can obtain Itex
nll Ilemedles In this community only
ut our tore The Itexnll Store. Hen
son, Smith & Co, Ltd, Port nnd Hotel
Whitney & Marsh,
Just to hand, per Kntcrprse, a few
T ' . ' f i.oi v
in Ginghams, Zephyr, and Lawns,
feat tiring,, the
, There is just one o each
Severn! Important changes nro to
be Inaugurated In the management of
the city markets.
This much was decided upon follow
ing a tour of Inspection made by the
members of life sanitation and health l
committee,-which Including chairman,
Kniger and fathers connected with Ihe
tienlth of tho city spent some time In
making a careful Inspection of tho
public markets and nlso taking steps
toward the correction of existing evils
In the administration or affairs.
The ofllce of tho market Inspectors
Is to he removed from the' rear of Ihe
King street markets to n more; cen
tral nnd prominent location. It Is
tho Intention to Install the Inspectors
In on ofllce to be built at the front
end of the building and In a position
whore a general view of the entire'
market can be had at all tunes.
Tho tour made by the comnilttoc
developed the fact, that scrap.? ol
meat, fish and vegetables were In most
instances cast upon Iho floor by tho
stall keepers instead of being placed
In containers provided for thut pur
Chairman Kruger recommends thai
tho various stall keepers be provided
with metal receptacles In which all
refuse must be placed.
Cement must also he tho covering
for all stands upon which fruit) oi
vegetables arc offered for sale. The
hoard counters must be removed.
The stall keepesHjjiwere Impressed
has been promised, " -,.i
with the fact that'.Uik flies
ntlon 'In'vMnc-IIMDlnce of
on account of ThunksgTng Djyrthe
woman's llllile class of Criilral l'nluu
clllllill will not meet till week At
the next M'ssliin, Thursda- muruliiK,
DtccmbiT 7, the coursi prop-r will h
licKiin The thru- lesson, thus far h,iu
been In the nature of a ncnerul Intro
One hundred women mj I
railed A lielpfnjvuaoirM sifidtul
IIK.U.A.NI IIKllK.tltrl.ll, lOMIIHT
Tlln I tiui t-,1 it 1 iii 111 1 ir en 1 1 riii 1f1it
inf. thiK tHtirilu)' iifti-riintui mul In- J
kini Inl tli tin ii limn li't-iitit.rjfitlvlltir I
U( .fnn ..i ll. tnni ,tf Aint. llfPAt ,0701 a-CJ'S 1701!
TlVire was n full board present. The 'r',.h'Lar8.al.Ut...,l,e T(a. .Ul I
... ... . . . a 1 1 u in awning, uvKiiiuuiK in nan nnt
new station, w.hkli was designed large- ,,",, . " ,. ,,,.' ..
Director Cuiiliu will put the luln-
s!i zamo new stunts
1 l vc
The finest lines of, New and Up-to-Date
Goods offered at the Lowest
Prices you have ever seen.
$6.00 AXL SUITS FORMERLY $10.00 ANDt&00.
T.OO ALL 8UITS FORMERLY 13.00 ANDI4.00.
8.00 ALL 8UIT3 FORMERLY 15.00 AND 16.00.
0.00 ALL SUT8 FORMERLY $17.00 AND 1 8.00.
10.00 ALL SU'TS FORMERLY $19.00 AND $20.00.
50 Pairs of 54x72 COTTON BLANKETS $ .90 Palrl
59 Pairs of 64x76 COTTON BLANKE18 1.20 Pairl
30 Pairs of 60x80 WOOL BLANKET8 5.25 Pairl
20 Pair, of 70x80 WOOL BLANKET8 6.00 Pairl
90-Inch LOCKWOOD BROWN SHEETING 30o Yard I
72-Inch " " . 25o Yard!
63-lnch " " " 20o Yard!
tj-incii " " - 15c Yard"
90-lnch PEQUOT BLEACHED " 322c Yard
81-Inch " " " 30c Yard
72-lnch " " " 271je Yard
45-lncn " " - 172c Yard
42-Inch " " " 15c Yard
36-Inch PARAGON " " ' lOo Yard
36-Inch POLAND!4' " " B'jc Yard
36-Inch DAKOTA " CAMBRIC 10c "Yar3
42x36 PEQUOT HEMMED PILLOW CASES $ .20 Each
72x90 "" ". " BHCfTH .; Far-U
90x90 i- ' 1.00 Each
AccunipauyinK im- ,.......-. '""', ,y by Commissioner Victor S. Clark, and .:,:'" nf 7. pnm.,...Tv 1 7, .,n,J
xor.. ,.r k.M calabashes ..lied will. M f- lo;,rlll;,ei ,,y' ,, Loril.YounB EnRln. ".X "1, nroLtZ.' y
lets and tic. Hiu, tl iu I'la. ;s ' rng vym pun) their usual promptiie.,.
weie lit I1 fur ten I niinw nig ine cm-
fee, a niiislcul pniKiiiin wh eiiJoeil
specifications of Architect II. U Kerr,
Is liked ery much und the board feels
that It Is now In n position to handle
tmmlKrants expeditiously und econom
JUDGE DOLE AT LUNCH
Judgo Hole Will ho the guest of honor
at the Commercial Club tomorrow noon,
A largo turn-out Is expected to greet
There will be held n meeting of the
Prospect Heights' Improvement Club
till evening ut 7:30 at' the residence of
Clnton (1. Owen, 1GI0 Thurston avenue,
limiortant buslniss In connection with
the Improvement of Prospect street H blin on his return homo, as he will,
Tho Metropolitan Market will have
two deliveries on Wednesday, but none
on Thursday. It 111 closo at V o'clock
on Thursday. 509S-U
Agents for the
to come up,
neaklf 'lletlB II tar mr,
accept tho occasion ns nn opportunity
to say HomethlnK of hU experiences Fine fox
during 111 travels,
mil terrier pups
8. King Ut.
I n JvivV'
L. B. KERR 2b Co., Ltd.