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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1912.
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TORT AND HOTEL 3TRFCT3 l
THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION
Much Sl kiicss Hue In Hanoi Hit-orders.
doc. tor's llrst qmstlon when con
sulted by n patient Ik, "Arc your bow
el tegular?" lie known Hint 08 per
cent of Illness In attended with lime
tle bowels ami torpid liver, ami that
this condition must be rcmoted gently
and thoroughly before health can be
Itexnll Orderlies nrc a positive,
pleasant, and safe lemedy for consti
pation and bowel disorders In general.
W'c nie so curtain of their great cur
ntle value t lint we piomlie to return
the puicliusor's Money In eery case
when they full to produce entire sat
isfaction llexnll Orderlies arp eaten like can
dy, the net quietly, and aid In produc
ing a soothing, Rttcngthenlng, healing
Influence on the entire Intenstlnnl
tract They do not purge, gripe, cause
nausea, flatulence, excessive loose-1
liess, diarrhoea, or other annoying ef
fect They lire especially good for
children, weak persons, or old folks.
Two sizes, 2:.c. and 50c. Sold only at
our storr The Ilexiill Store, lien
son, Smith & Co, Ltd., Kort and Hotel
Is the Best
Your Grocer Sells it
J. A. QILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
iiiinm:i.i, AirnniATir s.'i(iM.i.t:m
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
KOKT STI.KKT, MIAI! JtntCHANT.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record February 6, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Jo Schwartz, t" Irving J llurd.. I'A
('nil Wahlejir anil wf to .Mrs Alice
Alie K Wallace to C W .Spit. .Hi! Iow
("lias Miilme to Kong Chung I
Entered for Record February 7, 19'2.
From 8l30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Mil Kwnn et al to T O Mitchell.. C M
K .Mljnshlro t" S Tsujuguehl US
I'lrst Itauk of Hllii I.til to Thnnias
Tl ulna I'orbes Jr and wf to Kl-
lr.i M it Smith 1
Klvira M It Smltli and lull to I.uU
Ilatadn Selo to S Until " S
Tnilan Nnltii and wf to Chlyoiniitsii
Kalal Knllinn to fining How I.
Court of Land Reglttratlon.
I.ucy A Wright to T ltrandt ,. 1)
The public Is ccitalnly appreciative
of the bill that Is being pill on at the
HIJou nightly and patrons who como In
after tho curtain goes up usually haul
to "look around" for a seat. Vaude
lllo of a good, wholesome order and
some of the best motion pictures cer
fchmui here Is certainly tho makings
for a good etching's entertainment,
and that Is what Is being given at tho
liljou every evening this week.
Tho four colored singers, the (lll
lams and Williams, Is a team that has
mado good since tho minute of Its ar
rival here, and continues to glvo 111"
public the best thuro Is In them at
Hughes and Prior, recently from
Australia, arc on In a new net that
comprises Juggling nnd balancing, and
Is u feature In Itself. Tho "Garden of
Harmony", presided oer by "The Mu
sical Keocs", Is a neat act and ono
that holds the people. It Is a good
ptoprum at the HIJou and welt worth
The Umpire has the same features
for this week but they are good and
full of fun from end to end. Wlso
uud Milton make a pari that brings
the laughs every time they upoar on
(be stage. And there are other enter
tainers at the Kmplrn with ntnusliig
skits, and the moving plcluies mo of
There Is n matinee at the Kmplro
CLARKE WARMING UP
AS SEASON ADVANCES.
WEEK OF VAUDEVILLE
AND MOTION PICTURES
Hughes and Prior
Kiiulllbrlsls nnd Jugglers
Presenting Hind llnlnnelng Alt
Reeves and Reeves
Original Musical Ait
Whitney & Marsh, I i
Last Few Days
Gillam and Williams
Knur Colored Kntertnlnirs
Schoen, Tripp, Schoen
NEW - TO-DAY
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of th old type Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcomo in this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
Thete novv lamps have all tho advantage of tho old Tungsten
lamps, with tho addition of boing mora rugged and consequently
When buying lamps aik for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
HOSPITAL CORPS, ATTENTION.
All numbers of the I'lrst Hospital
Corps, N (1 II., are ordered to report
at the llungnliiw at 7:30 p. in., IVbru
nry 8, 1JH2, for the purpose, of obtain
lug uniforms and equipments for the
annual Inspection to take place at 8 a
tu , IVbruary 10, 1012.
Hy older of
(Slid.) I'. ANnr.UKO.W
Sergt , r'lrst Class,
Corps. N. O. It.
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
'fh annual meeting of tho stock
holders of the Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Co. Ltd, will be held at tho
olllie of the company. No. 39 Queen
streit, Honolulu, on r'rlduy, February
23, 1012. at 10 o'clock a. in
Nouman i:. aKDnn,
Secretary, Inter-Island Hteiim Naviga
tion Co, Ltd.
5M -IVli. 7, 9. 12, 14. 10. ID.
Walalua Agricultural Company,
Tim stock books of tho Wnlulun Ag
ricultural Company, Limited, will be
ilostil to transfers Thursday, February
, l!U2i at 12 o'clock noon, to Weil
uefday, IVbruary 28, 11112, Inclusive.
CI1AH. 11. ATHKIlTONi
Treasurer, Walalua Agricultural Co ,
Honolulu, February 7, 1912.
DELICIOUS MUTTON, SPRING LAMD, RABBITS,
nr.cr.ivcD ex s. s. marama. tested for purity by
PROr. ULANCHARD AND CAME UP TO ALL REQUIRE
MENTS Or PURE FOOD LAW.
HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietors
Last Initiation Loyal Order of Moose,
All who wish to become members
nt the low Initiation fee arc requested
to call at Miifiw headiiuarttrs, Itoyul
Hawaiian Until, ltonni 19, or K. of 1'.
Hall, Thursday, February 8, nt 7 p. m,
riir,a-it u v. LONti.
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
Harry Cordon Clarke Is wanning up
to his roles as bis season advances,
nnd with his advent as the "cook-In-dy"
In "Why Stullli LoU Homo" ho Is
gradually getting Into the roles ho Is
most conspicuous In. Ho Is in his cle
ment In a downright character role
tnd the more make-up the greater the
comedian he Is. Ills audiences are
beginning to learn that he Is nn adopt
In character roles and they are rather
astonished at the way In which lie
obliterates his own rsonallty and
presents nn entirely new nuo.
In his presentation of "Mr. Foster
of Chicago," he assumes tho charac
ter of a man wearing side whlskcri
and an odd-looking wig. "Mr. Bister
of Chicago" In n piny which will bo
remembered by Ilonolulans of four
teen jears ngii. Mr. Clarke pln)ed
tho comedy role then and It was con-
s dered one of bis best roles. Tbn
houso wlil be much larger on tho last
tin co nights of this, week, due In (he
fact that those who-saw the comedian
play this pnit then arc rather auxIntM
lo see him play It again,
Mr. Clnrkos company Is well bal
anced und any of Its members Is ca
pable of playing n character or a
straight role. 'The Reason is now lu
Its second week and has two moro
weeks to run.
MRS. L0CKW00D ON
WASHINOTON. D. C, Jan 20 .Mrs.
Ilclwi A Lockwood, 81 years old, who
bus surled two model husbands and
Is a MUTrugi'ttc, tonight evolved thefnl
lowing matrimonial philosophy:
"There Is only one thing scarcer than
a good wife a good husband
"Young folks, don't Ihe in apart
ment 'houses. I.ove inn't tbrhe on
steuiii beat uud janitor service.
"My llrst husband was one of four
boys lu a family of eleven children.
Their mother mado nil four spend two
years nt kltihen work so they would
luako good husbans. It. wax easy sail
ing for their wives, one of whom was I.
".My second husband used to wash
tho dishes while I got nudy to go out
Willi him. And bo never thought ho
"A husband who doesn't mako
money enough to hire n servant ought
to help with the housework."
Monday Wednesday - Friday
ALL COLORED - VAUDEVILLE
See and Hear
In Up-tn-Date Dances and Gongs
And the Funmnklng Trio
Jones, Grant, Dehearde
Singing, Dancing and Then Moms
NEW MOTION PICTURE3
Ready -to -Wear
Sale will Close on Saturday Next
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S " Ai cts
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Office, King 8t, next Younp Hotel Telephones 1874 and 187B
TWO HOURS OF SOLID FUN AND
Young Motel Laundry
Guaranteed Good Work
$sf ', V! PHONE 1862
UNION AMD HOTEL 8TnEET8
At the iinnunl meeting of the auurd
l.i ii Trust Comn.iny. Limited, held this
day, the following directors of the cor-
poratbiii were elected for the ensuing
William O. Hinltli, William J. Forbes,
William W. Cbainberlaln, Joseph 1.
Cooke, Hnmuv! A. Ualdwln, Albert V.
Jlidd and Walter F. DIIIIUKham.
Tbn Audit Compiiny of Hawaii, Lim
ited, was chosen ns nlidltor.
At n inciting of the directors fol
lowing tin Ir election, the following of-
llcers of Hi" company were ilected for
William O. Smith President
Hiimul A llabhvln .
Albeit 1'. Jmld
W W. Chamberlain Treasurir
l.ouls J. Wurien Bocretnry
I; J. WAHHHN,
Huuolulu, I'Vbriinry C, 1U12.
5153 I'eb. 6, 7, 8.
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10
At 8 I. M.
CLARK vs. WOODWARD
TRIER vs." WILLER
HOWARD vs. ADRAM3
Tickets on sale at Territorial Mes
CHANGE OF PROGRAM NIGHTLY
Curtain at 8:15 P. M.
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8iis p. M.
Till: "L.UKilllMI Si:. ISDN"
Harry Corson Clarke
Margaret Dale Owen
Supported by the
"Why Smith Left Home"
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Duilding. Phone 2345.
PRICES V, 75c, f0o and 25o
lllectrlo Vibratory Treatments und
Thought Headings, Hours, !) n in. to
5 p. m.
251 Vineyard St., Cottage No. 1, In Rear
llveiilngs, Monday, Tuesday, Wed
nesday, from 7 p. in. to 9 p. in
PRICE8 $1.50 and 75 Cents
It costs but it few dollars (a dec
orale a car for the Floral I'araile.
Ami It helps niatn Honolulu nolid
Iho world oi er.
ASK ME FOR ESTIMATES ON
P. M. POND,
In plain, substantial patterns, that stand wear and tear and still look
good. See a Bed at $7.65. Quality and price beyond competition. Our
Sales are ALL THE YEAR ROUND. ,
KING AND ALAKEA STREET8
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
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