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CVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1912.
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.
L. B. Kerr & Co.
That Important Organ Works
I According to the Quality of
the Blood That Is Fur-
nished to It.
There Is llic most Intimate relation
between the condition of the blood nml
the nrtlvlty of tlio stomach. Tlio blood
depends upon the stomach for 11 largo
imrl of Its nourishment: while every
net of digestion, fiont tlio tlmo the food
enter:) the stemmed until It Is digested,
iiiul assimilated by the blood, needs
plenty of pure, woll-oxldlzed blood.
The stomach works only according to
the uiinilty of the blood.
I Tlio most common cause of Indlges-
' lion Is nnucmln, or lnck of blood. In-
'deed there Is not u single dlsturbnnce
of the health of the body nor any form
'of exhaustion or lowered vitality, that
I may not lead to stomach trouble. Dis
ordered blood Is the olio common
causo of Indigestion. Thin, Impure
blood weakens the muscles of tlio
stomach and lessens the product of
the glands which furnish tha digestlvo
Nothing will more promptly euro In
digestion than plenty of pure, wcll-iix-
Idlzed blond. Dr. Williams' IMilk HUB
for I'alo l'coplo Increase tlio red cor
puscles, the iixygcn-cnrrlors of the
blood, until tlio blood Is rich and red.
A thorough trial of these pills gives n
hearty appetite, perfect digestion,
strength and health.
Mrs. Kmma M. Maymc, of No. G33
Second avenue, Clinton, Iowa, says:
"I had Just worked myself out bring
ing up a family of live clilldrcn and,
while In this run-down condition, I
took sick with some kind of stomach
trouble. I doctored with several phy
Mclans and saw a specialist In Chica
go but iccelvcd little help. I could
not eat an) thing with relish and could
not sleep. I would have deathly sick
spells and would vomit. I had ter
rible headaches and dizzy spells. I
got very thin and my friends thought
I was going Into consumption. 1 doc
tored for a car or so without help.
While visiting u niece she told mo that
she took Dr. Williams' l'lnk I'llls for
l'alc People, so I tried them. They
I soon helped me and u few boxes en
tirely cured mo."
Dr Williams' l'lnk Pills are sold by
all druggists, or will bo sent, post
paid, on receipt nf price, iOc per box;
six boxes for fi.W, by tlio Dr. Wil
liams Medlclno Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
Kend for freo booklet, "What to Knt
and How to Knt."
Hilt require nhotit JCOO.OIW for each
ISchofield Gets Mott of Troopi.
It Is pinpoKCil to quarter nil the
innlilln troop lit Sclmtlolil llnrriick",
' Willi the exception nf one linttallnn of
Infantry, which will remain at Kurt
Shatter. The great supply depot, tlio
reserve storehouse and other building
will lie erected at Kort Shatter.
The special hoard which prepared
a plan for developing Kchnlichl Ilar
rurUs comprised Major n. Frank Uhciit-
uaanry sanltmj lnp. n Held hospital num. iiiinricrniuMcr s iiepnriincni; am-
ititil nmt.iilani npiiny. J"r J- Mel. Carter of the cavalry arm
' The eight (iniipaiiliH of const iirtll- "nil general staff; Captain John McA.
I.rv Khali he Miiarnte am .llxtlni t from I rainier, mm iiunmry aim general
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Held artllhr. mie company of engin
eer, one emiipnix of tlio signal corps.
etnlit lonip.iiili- ( cast nillllcry. nee
the nrm as otliei wise indicated.
, liiclinleil In tln sanitary detachment
,ulll ho inedle.il o'lleert. and n hospital
ienrps peronnel Mich us is allowed by
.Hospital Plan Urged.
ff It la nlno hciieil and expected there
0lll he an iirmy general hospital In tlio
.Hawaiian Islands. During the lust sev-t-rial
years the surgeon general of the
' nriny lias auiially made n reVoiiunen
jatlon for the estnhllsbiiieiit of such
a hospital. II Is ileslreil to obtain n
statT: Captain M. U. Ilaiina of the
cavalry arm mid general staff, nml
I'.iptaln H. rt. nmhlck of the coast
artillery and general stalf. The report
closely followed thfl lilies suggested by
Quart! rmaster rScncriil .1. II Alcshlre,
wlio lsltcd Hawaii and formulatrdun
arraiigi'iiient for concentration.
Long Controversy Ended.
The action of Secretary Stlmson In
llxlng tlio military strength which will
be hereafter assembled In tlio Hnwnl
Ian IMunds, and apirovlng the plan for
SAN FHANCISCO, Oil.. Jan. (.- A
romance of Hawaii wus revealed tii
day. when Judge Antonio Perry, asso
ciate Justice of the Siipremu Court of
Hawaii, and Miss Kugenla M. Vander
bnrg of this city secured a license to
marry. Although the couple met a
year ago In the Islands, announcement
of their engagement u few days ago
was a surprise to their many friends
here mid to Miss Viinderliurg's par
ents. The wedding will tako place at
noon Tuesday at tho Vandcrburg home,
11127 Oreen street.
It will prove an nlllanco of two pro
fessions the Judicial and medical as
Miss Vunderbiirg Is u doctor of oste
opathy. Her profexslnii led to her
meeting with Judge Perry.
After graduating from niedlcal col
lego she practised here until she went
In the Islands with her brother. Her
J. I. PKHSON9, of Stamford, Conn,
who visited hero recently, has written
friends tfint ha expects tu return in
II. A. DAVIS, n prominent Califor
nia oil limn, was numbered among tho
passengers to nrrlvo In the Sierra
P. Q. MI.KV, n well known local
business men, returned from a trip to
tho coast In tho Oceanic steamship
Sierra this morning.
W. I Ili:U08THOM has returned
(i om a business and pleasure trip to
the mainland. He was an arrival In
the Slerrn this morning.
H. 11AUTII, who will assume- charge
r tlio culslno of one of the local
hotels, was nn arrival In the Oceanic
steamship Sierra this morning.
"KID" MKLNOTTi:, tho youthful
bantam weight, and known to tho
local llstlc fans, was numbered among
Ihn distinguished passengers In the
MHS. C. A. STOI1IK has stllllclontly
recovered to return to her apartments
at the Courtland. Mrs. Stohlo has
been nt tho Sanatorium for scu-n or
Hit. TIIKHON NICHOLS, u relireu
physician of Pasadena, Calif., Is mak
ing a round trip to the Islands In the
Octnnlc stcnmsblp Sierra that arrived
(JOVKUNOIl-OKNKItAI, W. (WM
IJHON FOIUIHS of the Philippines has
accented tlio Invitation of the llnnds-
Aroiind-thc-Paclllc Club to become
MISS I.KI.A YOUK-IHIODKS. with
tlrst class references as a singer nf
note. Is nn arrival In the blerrn.
open nn engagement with otic of tho
local theatrical companies
Mil. AND MI18. JAMKS F. MOHOAN
celebrnted their silver wedding annl
veraary ycstorilay. I-ist night they
were the recipients of congratulations
nnd wcll-wlshcs from their IiosIb of
WILLIAM ADAM, known through
out California us an artist, Is an ar
rival In tlio Sierra for tho purpose of
milking n number of sketrhes of Ha
waiian scenes. He Is accompanied by
Mrs. Adam and they may visit the vol
cano. MISS A. K. HICI.MKUS, the daughter
of tho well known landscape artist
associated with the Atchison. Topeka
and Smifn Ko railway company, was
numbered among tlio arrivals In the
Oceanic steamship Sierra from tho
coast this morning.
MHS. .1. II. MAItKI.I'JV, Miss Hulh
Mnrklcy, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. C. Trny nnd
Miss A. Ki Iteliners, all from I.os An
geles, form olio party of tourists who
arrived In the Sierra this morning and
propose viewing the srcnlc delights of
tho islnnda before loturhlng to tho
TANTON, Oencral ngciit at
for tho Chicago, Mil
Saint Paul Hallway, ac
companied by Mrs. Stanton, were nr
rlvals from the coast this morning in
the Oceanic steamship Sierra. Thoy
will remain in tlio Islands for sonic
II. J. HOLT, assistant manngor of
tho Mnnltou and IMko's Peak railway,
one of tho Important scenic lines In
tho stntn of Colorado, accompanied by
Mrs. Holt nml Miss KInrenco Nicholas,
were passengers In tho Oceanic llnur
Sierra, arriving this morning. Tho
Holts Intend icuinlnlng In tlio IsIiuiiIh
for some weeks, during which tlmo
they will visit tlio many points of In
terest, Including tho volcano.
Schoene, Tripp, Schoene
Whitney & Marsh,
Novelty Gymnasts, presenting
"THE BOUNDING TADLE"
Or a Tranipallne Act
ANITA DIAZ AND
M'GEE & MEECE
Foot Tapping Dancing Duo
ENTIRE CHANGE OF DANCES
Feature, Mln Reeee In Her Novelty
ALL NEW FILM3
A Great Cleaning-Up
Mme. Pearl Lloyd
Tonight Will Sing
"WAITING," "MY HERO"
MOVINQ PICTURES WILL DC
better ano more numerous
than for many weeks
an i:vi:ninh with tiii: schhkn
THE'HOUSrr OF THE DEST FILMS
Ladies' and Children's
will begin on
'LM ' ' BTANT
P 111 San Francisco
"l'l . wauken and Sa
.this iiuriMMc. but It will b" necessary I iialed n controversy which has raged I Hut tlio arrival of Judge Perry from
IjMior Congress In net in tlio nuittrr. Tho' with inoro or less vexatious Irritation tho Islands Saturday nnd his lminedl
v eatlui.ito has never been submitted tojfor years. It has been discussed mi- ate call nt the Vunderbiirg linmn dls
' iConcress. although the recoinnienda- der various administration of tho War closed tlio secret. Miss Vaiiderbiirg Is
REPORT GOOD YEAR
Reports of a good year were Handi d
In nt the first annual meeting of the
Hawaiian Philatelic Society held hist
night at the homo of Its president,
ncoualiitaiice with Judge Perry was not William Welters, on Silencer, street
regarded nt that tlmo is the beginning HeportH as to the Junior society were
of n love affair, mid when Miss Van-'also tniido mid showed that good wor.c
ilerbure returned In this city no hint had been done.
was dropped among her friends of it The officers elected for the ensuing
probable engagement. yenr nro ns follows:
1 ' "'ton bus been frei0-ntly maile. Koino, Department. All the present oltlclals
nlllolnls are uppi hensive that the full
igarilson force In the Islands will bo
bu station before the army hospital Is
ready to sero them.
; vWork Will De Hushed.
express delight at the harmonious con
clusion of tho wrangle.
ileiieral Arthur Murray, commanding
the Western Division of tho army, Is
in this city, lie will prepare and pre-
tho daughter of former Senator W. S.
Vanderhnrg of Oregon, who took nn
active, part ofr many years In tho poli
tics nnd commercial llfo of tho north
The wedding will bo a homo cern-
i ji"lii specifically deciding Hie extent of sent a report to General Wood on tho ninny. Tho bride's attendant will bo
!v ' ' Ithe. military establishment In Hawaii,
itlin controlling authorities were 1m-
conditions of the army posts In Ha- Miss (Jeorgla Smith of San Jose, and
wall He recently visited tlfo Islands) tho best maii Harry White of this city
EiTJ Jjpelleil to act wllh unexpected haste be
fc. idealise 'I wu" deslied to carry Into of-
the general concentration plan
lilch lias been under consideration for
,-'.vrTiirs. It wus found essential In Know
''i-wpioclscly bow many troops of all kinds
pfV"7HTouhl b on ilut:' before rccpilsllo iic
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i V" 4tX '."'.Hll'I'miU'ltn VM1IIU ' u....i.t ..
, iuuiieiicrai i.eonaro vniou won u ueci
1 ' fvflvii triumph In lln.illy securing an
.1 'iii!ruer for enneenlrutlng nil Hie mouuo
i!,iloiips In Hawaii lie has long favur
.y., i . .... ....i .....u ,i
r, . y c1 oiiin nn iuiiiiih'"'"1 .in., ,,.," ii-
mf' 'pally successful. A special board win
on a lour of Inspection nnd will sub
mit his conclusions to the head of tho
THISTLE CLUB WILL
Announcements were sent out yes
terday h the Honolulu Scottish This
tle Club that the annual celebration
will this ear take a slightly different
form The announcement tend:
The llonnliilii Scottish Thistle ('lull
has this year decided to adopt a new
The couple will go south on their hon
eymoon and will make their home In
WATCH US GROW
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
2 Burncre $ 8.50 2-Burner Oven with GlnsOoor VI.7G
3 Burners 12.00 3-Durncr Oven with Glass Door.. 4.73
James Guild Company
COLLINS BUILDING ..... KING STREET
have arrived from Atistrullu and
It put on
l.lu with excitement nml good comics.
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
Hotel near Nuuanu
An Olive Oil guaranteed under the Food and K
Drugs Act of June 1906
William Wolters. president; John
dribble, vlco president; W. C. l'nrlio,
secretary; V. ,W. Wood, treasurer;
Joso Cactano, superintendent of sales
nnd exebnngo; Or. W. T. Monsarrnt
superintendent of unctions nnd bourse;
A. 1 MacKuyc, librarian; C. J. Coo
per, K. M. Khrhnrn and Ilruco Carl
wrlght, Jr., trustees; and expert com
mittee, Charles Ilustnce, Jr., A. V.
Conlto nnd C. K. Maxwell.
Bernard V. llcardmnrc was qlccted
nrnsiilRiit of tho Junior koclely fur
THE BIJOU IS THE MECCA
Tho attractions on ut the HIJou nte
drawing tho crowds every night. Tho
word "crowds" is used for tlio house
Is rilled and emptied twlco during cntb
evening, and those who were In to see
Thera li but on abta
tutely ecratchleii caster
The announcement tlint Hrncst Knnt
finil lilu tnnininv 1,1 well Irnlneil npl.ltllO first fllOW linVO to Stem tllO tllll
Ists will appear In i oncert on January of tho second crowd when they nro
0, at tho Opera Hnuso, Is pleasing to, going nut.
thoso who linvo heard this company. 1 The new acts by tlio aerial trio aro
I Hawaiian songs as rendered by tlio
I Kanl company- bavo n different sound
from tho music presented by other
jfletalled to prepare plans for a cavalry, form nf celebration In tho place of BBKr0BnOIlI of ,,. lln(, lnFtru
.post at iscnoiieiu narruci. lien nec-jiiie ciisiiiiiiary miiukit which nun nun-1 n)cnaistB- Tho
.rctnry of War Stlmson approved tho
.report of that board the plan of con
.Mntrutlnn became effective.
' Tho program which will bo eventual
Jy carried Into operation contemplates)
company has been
, rehearslig for weoks and Is In flno
friends In tho Klloliunit Art League' w )(9 ft Mf.h vam ,,, ,)y pBnt flf
Hill, nil daillldl) .tl, 1 lie Kill M'K a, e
erlo marked tlio event, they will give
an entertainment to members and their
to la- given nn oppoituulty to Join In
up expenditure of about 5,000,000. An the celebration."
enormous amount of construction will A musical program Is now being nr
be necessary to provide suitable ae- ranged, In which .Miss II. It. Cnllals,
111111nodutlons for the various nrms of Mrs r. M Weight, Mr. Livingston mid
t,bo service represented. It J com- I'linnn Anil will take pari, with violin
pjitcd that tho erection of buildings, solos b v. A. Love.
certnlnty marvels and thrillers. And
It la stntcd that (hero will ho other
acts .nut on beforo they leave tho city
that will he equally as daring.
The too work by Miss Heece was all
that was claimed for It, and sho will
To nlenso tho mallhlnls there 'In tho same thing tonight.
The monkeys aro reeling in cxcei.
lent trim and aro delighting tlio audi
ences nightly with Jrlclts that are
marvelous, nnd tho motion plctuie-j
are equal to nny seen In tho city.
On Monday tho Hon Wlso aggrega.
Hon of colored entertainers will open
nt the HIJou, and ns fun producers
they cannot bo beat.
the best dancers of Hawaiian steps In
tlio country. Further announcements
will be given as to opening of liox
An ounce ol preparation for Hie
Plural I'iinnle mnv to north 11 pound
of hurry later on.
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltold
constructioni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves It.
For sale by
J. liopp & Co.
Your grocer has this pure olive oil in 1-4, 1-2,
and 1 gallon tins, with patent spout
Art Loom Rugs
OAHO FURNITURE 50,
King Street, opposltt Young Hotel
P O. Box 8(0 Phono 1011
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of tha old typo Tungsten lamp has boon entirety
overcome in this now
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
Tbcso new lamps bavo nil tho advantages of tho old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being mora rugged and consequently
Wnen buying lamps ask for tho WlflE TYPE TUNG3TEH.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If It's Paint
AXD YOU WAHT A Q00D JOB, IEI MI X0M CHAM
AJUC 8KEN EVERXWHIRE
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