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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 25, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THUR8DAY, APRi 25, 1912.
I First App
H lK y LV
Presenting a CLEVER Melange of ARTISTIC Posing,
Singing, Original NOVELTY and SENSATIONAL J
Dancing, Lightning Globe Work, Hand Balancing and
A Great Act
An Artistic Triumph,
AL H, HALLETT & CO,
Offering a Powerful Literary Masterpiece
1 , '"vwriilEwiaiaB
with Al. Hallett
John P. Rogers
In an entire new repertoire
'" -' ' -. ! .
All New Pictures
The compcto program of the I'una
liou Pageant was given yesterday. Ev
erything went most satisfactorily,
Krom the tlmo the prehistoric tree
dwellers went up the tries to the tlmo
when Miss Columbia held her gay and
festive party, things ran most smooth
ly. No costumes wero on exhibition, but
the costumes for tho entire school aro
now practically ready, In the prepar
ation of these costumes the parents of
the children have most fully cooperat
ed. It has been no small task to cos
tume a cast of 430 children, but with
the Interest and sjdrlt that have been
shown by the parents ami by the
teachers upon whom the making of
tho plans and the direction of the
work has fallen, the work has gone
tteadlly forward. When the I'agcant,
which will reach from somewhere
near tho Spring to Charles It. Ulshop
Hall, slowly unwinds, It will mako a
The stage scenery has been no small
part of tho task. First, thera Is tho
stage Itself, which Is large enough to
hold tho pupils of the fifth, sixth, sev
enth and eighth grades at one time,
and then every grade has Its set of
paraphernalia which has to approach
I historical accurucy. In building all of
The Experience of Two Girli
Here Related For The
Benefit of Others.
Rochester, N. Y. "I have s daugh
ter 13 years old who has always been
very healthy until recently when she
complained of dizziness and cramps every
month, so bad that I would havo to keep
her home from school and put her to bed
to get relief.
"After giving her only two bottles ol
Lydia E. Pinkham'i Vegetablo Com
pound she Is now enjoying the best of
health. I cannot praise your Compound
too highly. I want every good mother
to read what your medicine has done for
my tfilld." Mrs. IIiciiabd N. Dunham,
311 Exchange St., Rochester, N.Y.
Stoutsville, Ohio.-" I suffered from
headaches, backacho and was very Irreg-.
War. A friend ad-
vised me to lane
V T...1U P T)lLl,.m.
round, and before I
: had taken tho whole
of two bottles 1
found relief. I am
only sixteen years
f old, but I havo bet
I I' ter health than for
I I A AS 4ttAjft lAA A
this. Frank Harwlck has shown his PN Vl'lr cannot express nn
usual Ingenuity and fidelity, lie has ,,,,,. fn ,,,, rZ p pEm-i
made caves for the cave dwellers. Ice thanks for what Lydia E. Pinkham a
Hoes for the Eskimos, thrones for the y?86,6 Compound has done .for me.
queens, boats that actually appear to I hd taken other medicines but did not
bo floating on the tide and ho has nndrelief."-!. Cora B. FosNAUGlf,
I made trees grow where trees never ntoutsyille, Ohio, K.I.D., No. 1.
.grew before. Hundreds of such letters from moth-
I The bleachers upon which WOO peo- jrs expressing their gratitude for what
'plo will find seals aro now In course Lydia E- Mnkham's Vegetable Com
of construction. These will all have a, ""TS vW"Bf
eim.,1 view of thn since. it nf .!, i? have been received by tho Lydia E
ipneennt and for .h . ,mrt .Ti. ui.i r.nKnamMemcmow.mpany.i.ynn.Mass.
I be In tho shade so that some degree
of comfort Is assured to the audience
during the progress of the program.
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x '. v i ;
YARN ONLY SILLY
The eiled attnek in an afternoon
"Aimtralla will bark any the, Iiua
tlltiR juuriK Amerlcun who ooh there
to lite und with u legitimate bualnex't
paper yesterday on Chairman George Proposition." declared William II
It. Carter of the Sanitary Commission
alleging that the report of the Com
mission was an effort to discredit Gov
ernor Krear and that there had been
dissension among the Commissioners,
j was received with considerable amuse-
mont by tho Commissioners them
selves. "The attempt to show that we tried
to discredit Krear U too rldloulotm on
tho faco of it to bo discussed Berloiis
ly," said one of the members this
morning. "As to tho argument that
Hooks this morning Mr. Hooks re
turned eterday from his trip to ttie
Orient in the Intirext of the Interna
tional Immigration & Colonlzutlon
Co. In whlih A. W, I'crelatrous jihI
I'. U MeBtocker are IntircHttd. Jle
went from MmiOuirla soutli through
China ami returned by wny of Auntm-lla.
"Australia Is the land of promUefnr
young men," he said today illncusslng
hlfc trip. "I was fortunate enough to
be a guest nt a luncheon In Sydney
h. pnm'n.i..inn 'i,i,i H,f, th. i " W'lih re many commertlal leud
. i. ... ..i . .i. ti.i icr" there They told me, and It was
sanitary matters, that Is going further X '," ".II110"' , Uml, Am"'c"n"
tluuTwo could do. In one breath tho' ',0..ar , ',,"'"er","n1'1 "ol afr?'11 "
... . ....... i work, whn nr HtriiltrntrtirvLiiril nnil
sooner .InSKxTfo ""
taking more time ami drafting l.w,H,;irl,V1S.," ' "Tin navlnnan.
Hydney and elsewhere for modern puv.
iui llio lawn nuuiu uw liiiaaitcu uvut , .....a u i .,.. .t , it i ti...
there. We showed the specific need I ',,," ' , ""' , ",","Z ,,i ,
-.! i, ,i .,,ii. i ' i ., i,., iji"" of this Malt will spring Homethlng
for the lawa and outllued what should . ,h , ,. .,,' ,.i,,
1- i i.ib ,i.t ,i ... ai. I Hfgordlng the work of tho Immlgro-AstothotalkthatUerewasdls-l,,
on .M ht
senslon among the members, that 8 AllBtra,la' U getting n splendid typo
nothing less than si ly. Now here Is of Ull81lltl8 uonll from ", ,,'.
tho one thing we dldnt agree on: the ..Allrula ,H ra,dly imlnB u wllh ,,
necessity for Indexing the report. u.whp pulitlon." he said. "They
That little, minor detail, merely a , from Un , d und elke.
clerical matter was absolutely the on-1 wll,,re The Uusslans can get lino
ly thing we 'dissented about, aud ,. A ,, ,,,. ,. ,.,.
that a worth mentioning only because' KeU ,,G0 u . , our ,,, nnJ
It shows our only argument was on 1M ,M lf, Vent, theuper than
a very small matter and of courso .
there was no feeling about It." I Ai'thou-.!, it,,eii Imi.re-,! with
II. (.'. ,1.. .iinw , unl.l !. n. I .,..,...
Atlb kiiui a lua nu, bmu utj VMJill-
inlssloner. laughing ruefully,
minute a businessman Is made a com
mlssloncr and tries to serve the peo
ple for nothing, some knocker Is go
ing to roast him without kuowlng any
thing about it."
niittnrtiinltloM uliPivhfm Iia 1II.I n tnr
"Tho of efftctUo boostlnir for HnWull. An
The four "millionaire tramps" who
arrived here on (he ship Edward Be
wail Dupout, KranclB, llrown anil
lilttle aren't tramps Just now. They
aro very popular young men, and It Is
doubtful if they will go back on board
the ship And work their way around
The boys aro being entertained
about town with much hospitality,
a member of the Promotion Commit
tee, he spread tho fame of the IxImnU
wlurecr he went.
MRS. WILBUR'S DOG
fContlnud from lsas 1)
Beauty has about tho finest konnol
at the station. The enclosure Is cov
Is just what
you'll -want for
outing. It's a
wear, and es
golf, tennis or
suits come in
WE HAVE YOUR SIZE
I CLARION fi
Ul Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
DEMOCRATS READY TO START .
ON LONGEST CAMPAIGN ROUTE
Next Monday evening the Demo
cratic Territorial central committed
will hold u meeting In Its headquar-
centrul committee hus culled the
meeting to effect permanent organi
zation, to name several commit! )pi.
and to form the executive rommtltee
oi me station, ine enclosure is coy-' ... ... , ., ,
ered with o canvas awning to keep the' aua1'.1 "r1et.'. ,obeB ". Ul0 ornlz
Jhot sun.off.the delicate llUle dog. The " . ' " W th- ,
kennel Itself s wel uul t and prettily " " , "'",. '",,";,; ,"',"
painted. On each side of the door are c"'l"'lB' the Den ocrats here have
two potted plants. Oa the front of the J" yaZjlL.tJX
kennel hangs a thermometer, so the " c,?n8rc". .8 're n.':
lemueraturo can be aeenratelv cnncil I ,nntcu uml tlloro w'" he tllu ,onK
appeared yesterday afternoon." said, " "V I" '" r" "ml " " Br" "
1 anu tu lurm iiic exvcuiive fouiiiniiee
tcrs. In the McCuudless building. onlwllch wlll ,ko churge of tle CJ111.
pulgn. The executlte committee con;
sists ol tlcen members, and as the
other islunds will be represented hy
They lmo been given cards to the long,
Keeper Davenjrort this morning. "The
dog has not been out of tho station
since it was placed there after arriv
ing on tho Welhelmlna. Yesterday,
whon tho paper said tho dog was
the city, It was really hero all
Chalruutii Manuel Pnclioco of the
proxy, the working body will probably
bo only four or llvu local leaders.
Mayo." Pern, retiring chairman of
the committee. Is no longer een u
member, as he was not elected n del-
gate to the contention Tho uew,
committee will be much different fruity
the ol I.
tarlous clubs and are finding 'friends
fast. Just now they are stopping at
the homo or J. W. Weinberg,
Papers from tho mainland carry
long accounts of tholr untune 'experi
ences. In one place they will .ho pho-
won first In the puppy class and thou he an Inter-company shoot, between
ln.thn IiIl'Ii honor nf belne Indeed the ten-man teams, the eomimnv cettlm:
day best dog in the Bhow at the recent Vlc- the lilnliet aggregate, to recelte n urlzo
torla. II. U.. bench sltow, Mr. uhiich "t v,
I understand somebody saw anoth-' visited the handsome fellow this morn
er Japanese spaniel It Isn't a poo- lug and said It Is too bad that ho has
die, hy tho way, and thought It was to stay four mouths In ouarantlno,
,urn, wiiuui a. ji uuy imo, iiiu uoi
time the dog has been out of the en
closure in which the kennel Is. Is
(Continued from Pao 1)
grades of marksman and Kharpuhoot-
tographed In clothes that would make1 when It Is given oxcrcluo Insldo this
Ileau Ilrummel Jealous, and In tho I bigger enclosure."
next the kodak fiend has caught them it appears that Mrs. Wilbur has vis
washing dishes or digging In tho gar- ited tho doe oery day since it was
A?.1! Tl'.e' eB.n c1'01' W,00i' '?.ad S co-IPt In Ouarantlno. A friend of hers tr, and iiualltlcd as cxiktI rlllcmen,
dinner favors equally as well, but to
tell the truth, tho sailors on board the
Edward Sew all don't think much of
tho youngsters as deep sea salts.
says that she never tried to get the ,m t, Kturt lMa elir wm )ie made
fourmonths'-nuurantlne rule sot aside j Ket th0 milltla ns n whole In astute
In her favor after she understood It. 0f iieniRe proiiclency with small
"Mrs. Wilbur certainly knows about Urni8 Colonel Jones, udjutunt gen-
dogs," uald Keeper Davenport adrnlr- emi, ,0peH that n lnrge percentage of
ingly this morning. "She has had ten he milltla will get marksman' budges
years' exporlonco with thorn, I he- this car.
Ilovc" Most of tho outdoor Miootlng wlll he
Incidentally, thero was another blue- done ut the guard range at Knkiiuko,
blooded canine out at tho station this hut It U iiMMe that a portion of
morning whose owner Is sorry tho tttu shooting will be Hgnlnat tho reg-
qimrantlno rulo is so strictly enforc- ular nrmy targets nt Port Shatter
ed Tho Zealandla brought ftom Van- There wlll be Individual prlxea for
iLwiiin jroiv..... B,... ...... ..,",, v.- iiiu ii(t iiivii ill nicii i-uiiii,uuy iimiviiiK
ter puppy for George Davles. Tho dog tin, highest scores, und thero wlll ai died
The following lire tome of the rrark
shots of 'the orgunlxed mllltli All
reached tho grade of expirt rlllcuian
MnJoi V. It. Itlley and J. Itoxe;
Captains K. Hopkins, T 1'. Cummlna,
C M Coster. A. W Neelyj I.lentenant
I. A. K. Kvuna, rolor Sergeant J (Ion
vela; Sergeants T. J i:aiiK. K. II.
Ulunchard, M M Blha, J Stone, J,
Kerrelra.'W Ilulhul, Corporal II Wil
liams, Private S I'lnao.
Tho court-martial of I.lcut. Charles
K. Jones. U. S. N, accused of break
ing up the home of Lieut. Charles S.
Mclle) nolds. United States Marino
Corps, was finished recently at Seat '
tlo. Tho finding? of the court will bo
sent to Washington.
While Andrew Cavanaugh, a Lock
lllo (Conn.) undertaker, was llftlir;
tho body of (Icorge Foley, who was hit
by a train at Vernon, Into his wagon
ho was stricken with apoplexy aud
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