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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912.
WOMEN, AVOID AHORNEY FINDS
OPERATIONS! HE REPRESENTS
Many Unsuccessful And
Worse Suffering Often Fol
lows. Mrs. Rock's Case
Hi nllii (lcrinaud.i I'nrln Hlcnn. who
was uirfKtiMl mi a chnrKe of wiKrt.nix
mill Mini uin'iir'il In Police rnurt tlili
iniiriiliiK, almost cciiped this iniiriiliiK
when Attorney II O l'ctus asked fur
tin' r. lease of the defendant on his
STAR BILL TONIGHT
AT LIBERTY THEATER
The following letter from Mrs. Orville
Rock will show how unwise it Im forwo
men to submit to the dangers of n surgical
operation when often it may be uvoided
by taking Lydln K. rinklium s Vegeiauie own recomiizunce iinui v.ne iriai iniiiea
Compound. Slio wus four weltM III "p nct w..k Judge Mmisnrrnt huh,
tlio lnispltal anil came homo stir- "''out Krnnt the motion ami relea
ferinir worso than lifforo. ""' r.-n.laur when sudden!.- a woman,
wife or another man, for whom she
Hero Is her m n statement. , ..mpi.n,.,! ivters. told the atmr-
Paw I'aw, Mich. "Two years ago I ne that he wan represent Inn n wmins
BUiTered very severely with a displace- nam iviers I.hikIu-i) ami tolil the
ment. I could not omt in.it he hail Hie vvioiik man in
be on my feet for a "" pre'eme of the loart
longtime. Aly phy- ' lllM i'l'ie-iiuiiK in,- whihk num.
.ii .... ir. alil reurs in jiiiIkv Jonarr.n h
several months with
out much relief and
at last sent me to
Ann Arbor for an op
eration. I was there
four weeks and came
than before. M y
mother advised me to
try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
ixiund, and I did. Today I am well and
strong and do ull my own housawork. I
owe my health to I.ydlu E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Comiound and advise my
friends who are afllicted with any female
complaint to try It." -Mrs. OltVHAn
Hock, It. R. No. C, Paw Paw, Michigan.
If you are 111 do not drag along until
an operation is necessary, but at once
take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
For thirty years it has been the stan
dard remedy for women's Ills, and has I
restored the health of thousands of suf- '
ferine women. Why don't you try it?
MATINEE FOR ,
An luminal irTiiriiiaiH'p liv an lin-
iimk.II taunted U..III.III will he alN.ii t, , , lllomlBlM, for inaiKlil's per-
fll II i.l,li II l.lltll 11 111 ti l'ttli. 11.11 Ulill.
rijou THFATERj Whitney & Marsh,
Willi ono new net and n rhance ot
program by Ceclle, Illdrcd and t'nrr,
nml the llallott I'lnyors, In addition lo
four new pIclilrcH, n pionrhiti that is
Raid by tlio tniimiKPiiiilit lo bo one of
tlio west yet onored at I lie Liberty
'v. A ::
' O li Iii
inn npiMMrltiR fur Hint timn," iiulntlnr;
to Jtilm IltTii.indiv. who wiih itiKirlv
wiiittiiK for the niipfiirmirf of IiIm rtmn
m 1 IltTiKtmlfJ' i nine nut mnltl tlio
lauRlitt-r uf lourt
ti mimed t IN ten us liN lejinl pilot
The me u tlii'ii (oi.tinuoil until .Mav
! llerimiuU'K N t lurKtl with having
Mti lllhlt' IIIIM1IM or Hllppillt
lUilln (iiirnii'tiit i latiKhril, too. n ho
walKtil wt trm l Urn who politely
tdhi him to itttiin to the pi 1-MtnerV
for woiiHii only uhiti ..tile, tin won
ili't rmlw nf tnlutN, will on lYhlay
entfttnlii nti nudlMHv entlreh of lior
v tit tin Umpire TliiMtiT imitlnvv
Thl unman u Irani, b lur niHiitinn
iil nml Htnrtllni? mental featM, hat
caiiHfil imuli talk among tin' women
of llnlintlilu, hut following the I'xclll
flvo matiriie t-n will he the Htiphject
uf tnut'li more talk
Kruiuf'tit lequestH hae lnn reteiveil
In the Hunoluhi Amii'mniiit Company
mantiKi'tnent, ftotn wnmtn fur priate
HlttliiKH with Utile hIiu'o mIh han hecii
It h.i" b en iHfi-MMjiry
..ii.. i ,i i .. .. i... i ""' i.mriiv
'lilt him ! mi" in- , . , . -
'II UtVOIIIIl ll llf IIItlMllll llilllllt III
hei work, to refuse the prixate Inter
view . and the m.itltiec for uotnottonly
han broil ai ranged Inst fad, In order to
Klve women a th.ince to ntk the mind
rmder ("e.toun about nti Muhjei't,
fiei from the nnh.irraKMuent of a mix
i1 midlctuv Till will he the only per
fnruiame of the kind i;iveu by Hltlo
In Honolulu and rr woinaji who
U intrtf ti'd in mlint reading or1 who
h it Mnnio hiihJtVt nhe wit) ip I to dU
ihiim rdiuutd ntttnd the matinee tomor
row Tin- performance will bosin at
: 1 o'rlofK
form an co.
Will MnrBhn.1, a rcloliratinl San
Trntichco tenor, JII tnake IiIm Inlllnl
nppeaiutico In lltiiiolulu Jonlht and,
while being n kIHimI nliiKor, he varies
hi, program by atory-tcllliiK In Ula
Coclle, Kltl ml nml C'nrr urp billed
tor n change of net entitled "The
White Hope's Hngllme," nml which Is
tald lo bo o lattglinble ncrobntle bov
tnt; mulch, while AI llnllett nml his
rlevef company will produce what Im
claimed by the mnnngement to bo the
beat of HallcU'ft repertolie, n charac
ter Rkctch called "The Itnllnn l'n-drone.'
LIST OF DAIRIES
TO BE ISSUED::
(Continued from Page 1)
' Mr ilapp- Tin Senator will reniem
Ier that we uKieed In tin- eommlttee
to limit tin- hill, hut tlu ehalrmau or
tin eommlttee In icportltiK the hill.
KICKIN' THAT HOUN' I
Ju-I olT, reil rel.ites ti, the Htoek.
iminilttet' amenilmettt ?m p.iKe ti
mlextir The inik equal
.Mr I'l.ipp Not to evceeil $3,600,000
I .Mr I'olmlexter Thin the lionils are
The loiiK-oxperUMl publication of , , evl.,,.(, u, c)st f K, lllu,n
HhIh of Ualrlen on Hip Island of Ouliii, jr i'a.,lt yi-m
KlioiMiif exactly llioie milk and cream I j,r ,.ulllI(.x.r-,f H. ,tt.,i ,, ,.
ur-.ui.au.o i.u. .o ...i- .... .u uio Klrllrt,, ..,. ,h ., ,,, ,..
' iiiiiiioboily'H KleMiiB that lioun'," or
miiiI rumen h.it to that effect, will
he featureil at the IIIJou Theater, he
'Rinnlnf: xx It Ii a change of program for
I llm ,.i.l;.tiil fiiiiti.lt, A.,.1 It 1 .. I...
I...I to put in the proper limitation u ,.,., ,,. H ( ,, ))f iJ()
lo lie -toik The ameinlment which ',,...,,. , ,.,.,,
w.. ,,.,.-.,,,., ,,,,h ...,. niiiinii iiiiuiil IUIHI,
lu.M conieiitei' to appear for this fea
ture that Ii In he put on tiy Rile
l'.itxy (.'miM'iit from the humane of
lic.ru Ii.ih nut .t lu'eii KecureO, hut
iiHKiinuiee In ulven that the kick and
IiowIh that the lioun' will Ut out uro
not to he real, hut Just utilise hiiilnes'..
Anyway, you arc nxHiin.l, If you ko
lo the IIIJou, nf seehiK these now fa
mous womIh nliout tho lioun" ncteil out
III pantomime with real live properties
un. alAo accompanleil by rnmv roihI
the HIJou will also he cluintseil tonlaht.
CASE MUST BE
i-K. ,,.... ... .mB .in ii.w- ritM ()1 tu, ll,1cki whnt ,,, th( (i(.a. ,HiBlnK ami .lanclnff Other i.ct at
CoinmlHsloner lllanchard within tlio """' '"' , "V"!5 "':;"" uf l,0'ul', "'
next few- day. 'I hey w 111 bo Kien out ,,K' c" "' '".' '' ,ch7
In Hiicl. form that every consumer Mr "l'l-That matter wax consl.!
may Icam nl a Blanco whether the re.l hy the committee It Is recognized
particular dairy he Iiiih been patrouk- ''5' "" "'" '" "r,l,r " -',t ITluite enp
liiK has been ilellwrliiK honest unods. ""' " l"111'1 (M- '"1-1' "'' opportu
The I'ood Coninilssloner saH sevoinl "."' "'l' '' Khen to duplicate the
dallies In and around this city hnxo "ettial eot In the totalization of bonds
been lax and I. sis have shown that ","1 rt'k Tl1-" "11H thoioiiKhl) nn
thelr milk has been below the rcqulr din-toud fnless that can be done,
ed standard. The law lu-ie reipilrcs rrni H the data the lommlttee had,
that fresh milk shall show a'lest of ,1 the eluuter inlKht as well not bo
1 or cent, butter fal; Ice cream, 14 per pawed
lent, butler fat: and clean), IS per, .Mr Poind, xt.r Is the Senator of
cent, butter fat. opinion that the surplus money, 1 sup
Ill the majority of cases, he says, p for promotion, Is placed at too
thn fresh milk has shown butter than J.irKc a llKiire in the hill, equal to the
Flaiidard; about 71 per cent, of the Ice intlie m.t of the enlirprlse'.'
ueam lias fallen below the standard,! Mr t'lapp The louinilttee, of course,
whlle'not a shmle instanco of low- had to take the statement of those
standard I'rosh cream Iisih been dlscov- W, v,,.ri. before It The 1 1. leK.it u rep
ered la the last enr. I resenthiK the Islands favors this prop
yl Lellm.. tint I'.mnliilu has as k.ki.1 osltlon, and the lommltl.e weie of the
or better iualliv of mill; In Its various opinion, frillll n ,,.,t ,,iK.rP1i i,efore
forii.8tl.aiiauvniher.il In the Unit- , lf ,,,, vnXl.n,rlM. wnH , ,,
... a.u.i-ii, uw mill ooil voai.l.in- ,iltl.,l,..l II uimiI,
After deliberating for live hours on
the evidence uruiiKht foith In the case
against Kdwur.l Mitchell, accused of
Hldlnc In an attempt to BimiKKle gin
Into the Territory, the Kedersil Jury
bioiiRlit In the report of a hopeless
disagreement at 80 o'clock last even
ing, and the court declined a mistilal
It Is understood that thu tlnal bal
lot resulted In a vote of eight for con-
I ,11 IWW UUUI. wti .ttV f till fillip fn Ililjil.ttltil t at.....
sloner V nnolmril. I llnd. Pi lompar- ,,,, ,i,.. , ,.... i ii,n. ,, ,.. .... .n',i ....
lt , t i t .i "! in .inn "I'liiri ..null i tx ii tit K i ii xii w.; oh nun iju VI4I I JU IIIIU tl 11U W
Ing our lgures vvi I, il.,,. Mmi. In the ,, ,,, ,,,,,, ,. f vu ,e ' trial started, and Judgment is not an
recent annual ropou if Hie rood Com- ..... ... ., .i,.i,,i flr ",., i ....
ri'lssloner of Missouri, Just received,
that we ate far ahead of th.it Stale in
bill provides for the totalization of the . tlclputeil for several weeks.
capital and stock at 47,000,000
every respect. Thai leport shows that , '", """"' V. . . .
7!4 per cent of the butter samplesl l-n"-'"'- "ld bo Just one-half
taken there In Hie last twelve months! ,lr ' '"I'l1 -. lr: Just on.-half
proved to be oleomargarine. I have """ """"""
notfoiindaslnKleln8laiiceherevvhei.i Mr ''olmlexter-Mr president, I
nleo has been sold as butler. While H'ould like further time to look Into
I have not found a single sample of ,hlH measure Kor that reason I oh
fresh cream to b.i below standard of J''11 '" "" eonslderatlon.
IS per cent., the Missouri report shows
that more than 4!) per cent of the I
Rumples taken there fell below the'
Fnine Hlanclaid Tlio snine Is true of
flesh milk nml he cream" ,
lllauchuid Is engaged ai ptcscht in
preparing his annual repoit, uhl.h ho
expects lo hnc ready by Juii.i 1.
ELDRED & CARR
An Absolute Novelty
Another Comedy Success Another
A Character Perfection
THE "ITALIAN PADRONE"
AI. H. Hallett & Co.
First Appearance of
Popular Society Entertainer
Patronized by America's Most Elite
A llinil-CI.ASS ACT
MONDAY, TUSEDAY, WEDNESDAY
DON'T MISS TONIGHT
Comedy and Novelty Roller Skating
Act A Positive Innovation
A TIIHIl.t.lNU ACT
Frances Dainty Co.
Novelty Slack-Wire and
Up-to-Date Bicycle Artists
Wach the Girll "She's" Great!
Baylc & Patsy
Featuring "You Gotta Quit Klckin'
My Hound Aroun'"
NHW OI'IIItA CIIAIHH INHTAM.KD
MATINEE EVERY DAY
The Sensational Mindreader
ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON
EFHE WILL ENTERTAIN FOR
Try her mind Think of ti relative -she
will tell mi whlclk one and the
name She pever misses Tho most
amazing mental fiats evtr demon
All New Motion 'Pictures
JUST TO HAND
A Small But Choice Selection of
Prices from $12.50
The Radios of the
will hold a grand fair at the residence i
of A. F. Cooke, Kaimuki, ,
SATURDAY, MAY 4.
Many beautiful fancy articles, in ad
dition to delicious refreshments, will
BOOK APPEARS S-
(Continued Irom Pace 1)
, tlilni! the Governor could possibly
Nearly '.!00 Spanish mid Portuguese
Immigrants were released from Quar
antine Island today, this .accorillr.K to
Dr. I'uitt, president of the Health
Hoard, placing at liberty virtually ull
persons of the latter nationality. " In
this crowd about 120 eases of measles
tiuil developed und the Immigrants TWO HAM i:s
vvero Held until the malady had run
lis courfco und the danger of contagion
had been elimfnated. Afler today's
Baseball for Sunday
i would be lo will., the President tlmtl )eh''ae "?' wua ,"I,,,cted "J'"1" ,i0Q
If his candidacy caused the Chief Kx.j """"""" '""""."" "" '"""
e the slightest enibarassment ho
consider that his name wna
rawn. On the other hand it Is
i thought tho light has gono so far that
! tho Governor will bo urged by his
.... ... ,, .. , , .. mm (rlPliiU to see It thiough.
I'ubllc Health Laws of llnwnll, a g to Fisher
published, authoritative compilation of, Tho iVear'men laugh at tlio Idea
nil health laws of the Territory, on ttiat Secretary I'lsher Is coming hero
vihlch becrcmry h. A. Motl-bmith has t0 investigate Covernor Kicar. They
been working rormoro than Jwoears,ldt.(.iaro tmt ,10 appointment will bo
appeared this morning In Its first Is- lnaiIe hefoie Secretary Klshcr leaves
sues, obtained especially for use by Washington. Thev oven co so far ns
lb,, lienlth ..nirlihc The bulk of Hi. """""" "" "" f" "" "' ""Keeping mo streets ot Honolulu deal
" Z ' Tu ,?,?, U"n ". ' l''UKnt.,hl,""KC:!,t?n.''f 1'?Sec-i,l''f I'l.era and other obst.uctlve sub
Acting under authority of County
Ordinance No. 31, and, believing in
keeping tho streets ot Honolulu clear
piiuiicauon, in hook i.irm, win appear rc,tnry coming. They claim It Is now
aler for tho use of tho general pub- an mer but tho shouting, that tho up.
"c- ,, , , ,, , ' polntment will soon bo mado and Sec-
Tho edition Is said to bo absolutely nitary Kisher will nml himself alto-
complote, containing not only the laws ccther too busy to como 'way off hero
under which the Department of when tho campaign is about to begin.
Health operates, but all health regula-l Ono can hear almost nny theory, but
tlons employed by other departments, the really latest Is that tho Governor
It Includes rourt decisions In all such hns got his back un and will nnully do
rnsns, giving refeiencos to Supremo wliat Georgo Carter and a number of
Court rnllngB, cross-decisions, and vir- others have said ho should huvo dono
tunlly all Judicial discussions bearing ong ago tell tho President that It
on tho various subjects. It also is mst bo settled, not only for his own
tompletoiy Indexed, and is oxpeeted felf, which Is a secondary cousldera
to prove highly valiublo as a ready I tion, but for tho gcnoral welfare of tho
referonco lo all matters pertaining to Territorial administration.
public health in tlio Islands. I . , M ,
' Kiln In ('. Ill.inchar.l, general super-
HOH.V . Inten.leiit of the Northern I'aclllc linen
(uit of .Miinil.in, N D. with otllcoH In
COLLINS At Alowa Heights, llono- Ht Paul, was appointed general mun
lulu, Apill 22, 1912, tf Mr. and Mrs, Ker of the lines west nf I'aradlse,
J. It. Collins, u daughter. Mont
stances, A. K. Vlerra of the road de
partment yesterday swofe out war
rants for the urrcst of H. Kono, Jap
anese, und Chung Cluing, one of tho
well known Chinese met chants In
town. This morning they apiwared
before Judge Mousariat, und, on
pleading guilty to tho charge, weie
each fined three dollurs and costs of
Vlerra suld today that tlio two de
fendants were told repeatedly by him
not to throw papers and other things
on tho streets, but they paid no at
tention. He then swoie out warrants
for their arrest
1:30 HAWAII vs. J. A. C.
330 ASAHI vs. STARS
Tkl, its un sale at
ng.tr .Spire, from 1 I
to 11 a ui. Sunday.
MAY 4, 1912, at 8 P. M.
VA $2,000,000For Candy Ml
VL Tluifn what San I'ranclsco spent tMI
Hl for last enr flsaawr
)Ij GEORGE HAAS AND SON SOLD lsH2V
tWgni HALF THE: ENTIKb UUArjIIIY BH
WIr Ilimidulii nppreclates good things to AV
eat, and the Inciil sale of HAAS Candy II
II Ih in.reaslug each inontli IB
aLN HAVE YOU TRIED THE NEW SM
MbA CARAMELS? Hi
WABI Sold Only at Our Store Always Fresh fawlral
If Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., m
JjMl HOTEL AND FCRT STREETS VKi
IE gsvTHEREXALLga i
xEsmKm s to r e fc-lfrt
12 ROUNDS 12
Prices lllngslde. $2 r,0; Hrescrvcd,
S2, Jl.OO, Mi Oenerul Admission, f0c
Tickets now on ale at M A
Honolulu Symphony Society
AT THE EMPIRE THEATER
TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 7, AT 8i15 O'CLOCK
Now on sale at the Box Office of the
Reserved Seats! $1, 75c and 50c.
Orpheum Theater, Hbtel Street.
SOLOISTS! MISS EDITH ROSSLVN COLLAIS. MR. CAnL Mil TNm
tlunst ACCOMPANIST: MRS. L. TENNEY PECK
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c Children 10c
Tho Industrial Workeis of tho AVorld
strike committeo and tho United Tux
MACWATTERS MALE QUARTET
Said by the JTess to Ho tho llest
lialaiii.d Quartet In tho Now Knglund
GRAND CONCERT 'AT THE Y.M.C.A.
FRIDAY, MAY 3, 8i15 P. M.
Tickets for Mile nt the Y M. C A.,
Ilergslioni Music Co, Ltd, mid Cross
roads Hniikshiip, Ltd
50 Cents No Reserved Seats '
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
Panama Hats, - $3, $4, $5 $6
Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.
The home rulo bill passed Its first
reading In the Ilrltlsh House of ('onl
ine winners 01 America voteil to ac-iinons by u vote of 3CU to SCO Thoan-
copt tho announced 10 per cent. In- noiim uit or the llgiues was received
crease oflcrcd by tho Lowell cotton with iKufenlng ministerial clucrs and
mills, to tako effect next Monday. I the waving of hats ami handkerchiefs.
See our Window Display
L. B. KERR. , CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
K5VfcwMn-imifa 'ittvuY' ' ri -
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