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. , 8 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1912.
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(,' H OFFER
The balance of the stock will be sold at
prices never before equaled.
Also have a few broken lines of WALK
OVER and SOROSIS SHOES marked
down from 50 to 75 per cent, below cost.
ARMY AND NAVY
lu nn attempt tu have States which
have not um -t i!ucril such laws on
their statute IxioUk. and which have
naval 'Stnhllxliim'hlH within their liur
Urn, enact le:,llathin to prevent dis
crimination imuliirl Ihu uniforms of
the men of I lit- I nllid Stales suvlce,
'AMmmiiI Scire ui.v of the Navy lltel;
Ihdn Wluthrop lau. luhfi osnt-d litters to
tint (.iivei uoi s of .MutfHuilitixettH, Maine,
TSfllfonil.i, Illinois, Virginia. Coloiuilo,
WlishhiKton, South I'uiolliia mid Mury
laud. li'l'hu States of New llaiupxhlre, New
iefsey. New Yuik, l'euns)lvniila nnd
Minnesota alieady have Mich hivvM, and
Mr. Wlulhiop has forwardeil with Ills
letters tuples of the law's now III foicu
Ifi'those Ktiites. lie urges govt mors to
Jirevall upon their leglslntute. to enact
thi. pioper legislation.
,flor Admiral Now an Artist.
ijWlH'M a ;i 1 1 ii old sea veteran, Hear
r Atlinllul (Jharles II. D.ivls, rethed from
the navy four turs ago, he found hlm
V.;lf without ii huhliy. So he set to
vvork to cultivate inn-palntliiK III wa
ll r colors.
Wrhe result lit a collection of l.uid
Pcijie work at the Coiorun Alt (i.illeiy,
.which, with mi allowances for tliu un-
, usual I'lrt'iiiiiktunvvH of their making,
$i have altlucteil wide ntleiitlon fium ur-
Tjts In this nnd othi r cities The rep
. ututlon of the veteran painter has
Rtjf (T'reml to New York iiijiI llostn
L' g Hour Admlial Davis never
yx1 u t .Tii't.., I..-....I. 1. 1 'i.i.. i. n.i.i Hutu
luilnt brush In his hand until after his
'I i tlieineiit from at live Hi l vice in l!t(J7
'i'iieii, at the age of M years, liiliegan
It '-..to ilu water color work. It was a pure-
J, i . Ivi Mi.iiiitiiiii.iini. iii.i-ronii!ilii..i lit. il
L.V' j i lln, , ,,. ,.nirii... ii tt.iit-lii.rv
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l'(!("Tliat wdiiIiI spoil my Individuality
?'TfTl had liny," he declared. "I always
. . 5'orked things out for myself on my
i, 'vVssels. Now I gueHH I ran handle n
,liille brush mid a bit of paint without
, ij.Jimt how well he winked out tills
' ti'lienie can hn gleaned from liny palnt
.J'ff who has seen the collection. Men
t hi iinn fiiiiu tir Julian nmii iiiiik i, tiii
. lii... (Int.. n ......in., llin It.mu, itn.
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j-nlnr landscapes ever shown In this
country by an amateur.
,'1'lieiM uro thlrty-tlireu views In
jijh etloii Hlx of them are mlscel-
'.janVuiM subjects. The rest nie nil from
subjects no the Island off the coast of
3lulm, Coimiilcut Island, vvhiro Hear
jAdinlral Duvls secluded himself and
Kerr & Go.
HniH't'cilcil Id vvurk out Ills own nrt s.il-
Constructor Quits Service.
Naval Court! uctor Hidden A. Hvnns
lias resigned his commission to accept
n more lucrative poitloii with the .Mo
ra n Shipbuilding Company of Seattle,
Wash An unsuccessful effort -was
made to Induce Constructor I Ivans to
remain In the navy, and his resign. i
tinii was llnally iiccepted by the Sec
utury of the Navy with reluctance.
A native of Alabama, Constructor
rivnus was giaduated from the Naval
Academy In lS'.i;. In IMC, while hold
ing the milk of ensign in the Hue, he
was transferred to the construction de-
pnrtment Since then lie supcrvlncd tho
construe lion of the collier rronielheus
at the .Maru Island n.,vy yard, served
In Washington as a mi mber of the
board on navy yard management and
then wus sent to the Norfolk uavynrd
to put Into practical rfeet the recently
adopted sslem of sclelitllle adminis
tration. While ut .Maru Island he was
Involved In n serious dispute with n
labor union, and at tho Norfolk yaid
liu met with Himo opposition on the
part of Hear Admiral William A. .Mar
shall, thin coiiunaiiilaut, with lefer
euce to the executlejn of the ailmliils
trntlvo policy of the Nuy Department.
War Veteran Gets Job.
The Navy Department has announced
the appointment of Henry II. .Marina
duke, nun of the few suivlvliig olllceis
of the obi Merrhuac, agent of the eif-
tlcu of Naval War Hecords, lco ('apt.
II II l.lttlepage, deceased.
Mr Mnrmaduku was born hi MIs
souil and was appointed to the Naval
Academy fiom that State-. He resigned
lus a midshipman In thu American navy
In Ihi'il. uml was appointed n midship
man In the Confederate navy tho same
In regard to Mr Mnrniailiike's ser-
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIFILK
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klnLrfi.r.iuni I. ruU br lldrutM nd h.ncr
Uuuil Drit.viatnflst UliHetl (!, Wmul mud hutv,
FfQ.T. HOPKINS Prop.. 3 GltllJiMI Slreil.lllIlL
tie xnwrsss-y in-
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(liiiirmitt'i' In llillcu' IMxminlu.
K v Full Iho .Medicine Co-cN
To iinqupstlonnbly iirovo to tho
lipoplu tlmt liicllgpstlon mill dyn)Cisln
cull be permanently relieved and tliat
Itexiill l)Hiemlu Tablets will bring
iiliout tills remilt, we will furnish the
medicine absolutely free. If It falls to
Klo fmtlsfncllon to any one using It.
The rciiHirknblo success of lloxull
Dyspepsia Tablets Is due to tho high
ilvKrru of scientific skill used In de
vising their formula as well as to the
cure exercised In their manufacture,
whereby the well-known properties of
lllxniutli-Subnltrute nnd I'epsln havo
been combined with Carminatives and
HlBUiuth-Subnitrato nnd Pepsin are
constantly employed nnd recognized
by tho entire medical profession as
Invaluable In the treatment of Indi
gestion and, dyspepsia.
The I'epsln used In Itexiill Dyspep
sia Tablets Is carefully prepared so
as to develop Its greatest efficiency.
I'epBln supplies to tho dlgesttvo ap
paratus one of the most Important
elements of tho digestive fluid. With
out It tho digestion and assimilation
of food are Impossible.
Tho Carminatives possess proper
ties which aid ill relieving the disturb
ances and pain caused by undigested
food. This combination of these In
gredients makes a remedy Invaluable
for the complete relief of Indigestion
Wo nro so certain of this that we
urge you to try Hexall Dyspepsia
Tablets on our own personal guaran
tee. Three sires, 2.", cents, fill ic-lits,
and $1.00. ltemember, you can obtain
Itexiill Hemedles only at our store
The ltexall Store, llenson. Smith &
Co, Mil, Tort and Hotel streets.
NEW ACTS AT
Crowds continue to fill the Dijon
nightly, and thoso who attend are fully
repaid, for tho show Is one of thi
liest that has been put on at that
theater The aerial gymnasts will
have nn entire change of acts tonight.
nnd some thrillers are promised, along
with soma work In the air that will
be seen here for the first time.
The dancing team Is a wonder, and
there will bo some too work by .Miss
Itecce this evening that will surprise
thosn who have previously thought
that they had MMn nil there was to
be seen in that line.
The trained monkeys will entertain
as usual, under tho guiding hand of
Anita t)lai!, and the films that nn;
tdiown aro the best In the city.
Any one feature of the program at
the IIIJou is a whole show and worth
J Tho aggregation of colored singers.
under the dlr.-.tloi, of Hen Wise, t -
reuyursiug uauy air ine kiiiuu upt-u-Ing
at the IIIJou on the fifteenth, when
this city will be treated to a scrlej
of plantation pastimes that nro sure
1IUOWN In Honolulu,
IU12, to Mr. and Mrs,
Hi own, a daughter.
A woman's love for her husband
I must be the real thing If It survives
Wot - II I ,. I l .........
, vU' "l'0"nl ,1,u "ia" ' '"'r '"' "
tle with the Monitor, dipt. Franklin
Jliichuuaii reported "Midshipman Mar
liiaduke, though receiving several pain
ful wounds curly in the action, man
fully fought his gun until thu close,
Ilu now Is ul thu hospital,"
Sentimentalists anil souvenir hunt
ers, us well as tuwii governments and
patriotic organizations, have been pour
ing re-eue-sls Into the Navy Depart
ment recently for relics from the Ill
fated battleship Maine. As the depart
ment has no authority for disposing of
any part of tho vessel, of course, all
re(uests to elate have been returned
No attempt has yet been made to
nsceitnln Just what parts of the wreck
might bo available tu bu given away,
although It has been suggi'sted that
such articles as tho stuff, 'gun mounts,
guns, wilstles and even the bell would
uml. ,i liilni.iuHiii. fulfit nii..iiii.i . !..
nun"' iiiiiii-rtiiih iiui'iiitnrHtn um uiu
hcueliiuirters of patriotic organizations
or Jhe naval museum,
'Ihu department Is iiwnjtlng action of
CongresH before making any plans for
the disposition of the vviex'k,
Blonde Soldier Heaviest Drinker.
According to n it-port mndu by MnJ.
W. P. Cbiimbtrlaln of the Medical
Corps, the blonde soldier In thu Philip
pines Is a heavier drinker than thu
brunette. Otherwise thu fiilr-halri-el
loan Is Just ns good as tho man with
raven locks, when It comes to military
Tor the Information of those who
ronti'tiiplnte Joining the service, atten
tion might be called to Major Chamber
Iain's statement that sickness In thu
koldhl group In the Philippines Is moru
frccitient among blondes, while In thu
ninth constabulary police group, tho
brunettes surfer the must. Major
Clmniberlnlu's report Is In discussion
of the iliestlou whether blonde or lira-
, npltn Holdleru nrn hotter In ilw tmn(iH
iiim ruiurH iiru inner Ul liiu irupitH,
Ilu says they uru on n par exeipt for
MURRAY IS HELD
The preliminary hearing of the cose
of Harry K, Murray, on a charge of
manslaughter, came to ejid yesterday
afternoon In the jiollce court, when
Judge Monsarrnt, after summing up
the evidence multireel In court, com
mitted the defendant to the Klrst Cir
cuit Court fur trial, provided ' the
grand Jury finds an Indictment ngalnfcl
Judge Monsarrnt said that the cvl
dome adduced In his court convinced
him that there was sulllclelit reason
and n probable cause to find tho de
fendant guilty of manslaughter, and
lie therefore decided nirordlngl).
Judge Monsarrat admitted that the
case was a serious one, but he was
nut In n position (o pass upon the
guilt or Innocence of the defendant,
.Murray was the last one to take the
stand yesterday In iollco court. He
said that as he swung out Ills nrm,
from the machine, on Klvcr street
Hernandez, the dead l'orto Hlcuu,
struck his arm. After he had resum
ed his sent In thp car uml had pro
reeded about one hundred yards, he
first thought tho man was hurt, but
some one In the machine said it was
all right for them to go ahead with
out waiting to see the condition of
the man, whom they thought had film
lily fallen clown on the road.
After tho party readied the llucklo
home, Murray ordeied Chauffeur Ho
Ilu to return to tho sjiot where the
man was and ascertain his condition.
Ilolln came back, and on arriving ho
found Hernandez, lying on tho street
dead. Ho returned hurriedly und told
Murray about tho death of tho l'orto
Hlcan, Murray denied on tho stand
having thieuteiied Ilolln, If hn did not
keep unlet about the killing of the
Asked by County Attorney Cnthcjrt
how long after the affair was It that
he went to the police station to re
poit, Murray said It was about nn
hour mid a half.
While at the jiollco station, Murray
said he did not say anything to tho
liollcemen at the time about the kill
ing of tho l'orto UUan He thought
that they would tell the ucwspajier
men boforo they reported tho matter
to the Sheriff or his deputy. Murray
stated he had told Chief McDiUao tho
next evening. At the close of the evi
dence, I'eters made p, strong nrgument
for tho dismissal of, his client. Cath
cart resjwnded briefly and to the
point. Attorney (ieneral Lindsay was
, ,)rt.ent ,irB , hearing,
The Inst of the Held work In con
nection wllb tho sanitary survey was
cuiuple-ted i-st,-rday afternoon, and thu
huge tusk of covering every section of
the city and caicftilly noting the) con
ditions Is now a thing of the lust.
The tabulation of thu results that
have been coming III to the Hoard of
Health from nay tu day Is not quite
completed, but It Is expected that this
will bo all through by tho end of thu
week. The force of 'girls eugnged 111
the work are putting un nil extra spurt
to It it t nit up tin- work so that It can be
turned over tu thu sanitary commis
sion. The members of tho commission, of
which x-(Jovrnor George It. Carter Is
chairman, are now bard at wurk un thu
compilation of thu report ordered by
Hie last Legislature. Professor Kedler
uf thu Hoard of Health Is giving it
hedpliig hand, mill thu members expect
that the report will be handed In W
l't bruiiry 1. This Is ,a month behind
the schedule time, but thu outbreak of
yellow fever unset all previous arrange
incuts nod generally delayed tho work
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
t WATIVIJ BROMO-OUININIJ. re.
moves tin cause. Used the worlel nvil
to cure a cold in one clay. U. W.
GROVK"J Miinature on each box. Mud
SMU3 MEDICtNl! CO. Saint UnU U. X .
A few more students for class In show-
cm d writing, to begin at Y M U. A.
Nuisu girl experienced with children
Apply Mrs. CI. Ii Hchuefer, Nuuiinii
FOR' SALE. '
Chalmers no h p. touring car fur $900.
Cliiaraulei-il In flrst-clnsti condition
throughout Demonstration un uppll
cutlou to Trunk Coombs, 1311a r.inuiu
.Schoene, Tripp, Schoene
Novelty Gymnasts, presenting
"THE BOUNDING TABLE"
Or a Trampallne Act
ANITA DIAZ AND
M'GEE A. RECCE
Foot Tapping Dancing Duo
ENTIRE CHANGE OF DANCES
Feature, Miss Reece In Her Novelty
ALL NEW FILMS
Monday Wednesday Friday
Mme. Pearl Lloyd
Tonight Will Sing
"WAITING," "MY HERO"
MOVING PICTURES WILL BE
BETTER AND MORE NUMEROUS
THAN FOR MANY WEEKS
AN KVHNIN'tl WITH Till. SCHKIIN
THE HOUSE OF THE BEST FILMS
have airlvi-d frnm Australia and will
be put un
Thi'.sci ii ru
I.lve wllb excitement nnd good ronilcs.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Hotel near Nuuanu
There Is but one abso
lutely stratchless caster
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
constructloni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
For sale by
J. Hopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE HO.
King btrett, opposite. Young Hotel
P t). Itoz (40 Phonj 1011
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
Whitney & Marsh,
A Great Cleaning-Up
Ladies' and Children's
will begin on
WATCH US GROW
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
2 Darners $8.00 2-Ourner Oven with Glass Door $3.75
3 Burners 12.00 3-Burner Oven with Glass Door.. 4.75
James Guild Company
COLLINS BUILDING KING STREET
An Olive Oil guaranteed niuler the Food ami
Drugs Act of June 1906
Your grocer has this pure olive oil in 1-4, 1-2,
and 1 gallon tins, with patent spout
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old type Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcome in this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPC TUNGSTEN.
AKD YOU WAST A U00D
Electric Co.. Ltd.
JOB, IEI MI T0X IHAll-
AM IEEN EVERYWHERE
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