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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1012.
nmrlpririf ebison will devote rest
MJfAm lUvl 11 lV nr i ire m un dihtc vnimi
Ul L1IL IU IILLI1I1U IUUIH
Grows hair and we
can prove it
Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus
trous and Beautiful Immediately
After a Danderine Hair Cleanse
Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and
Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching
Scalp and Dandruff
A little Danderine now will immediately iloulile
the beauty nf your hair No difference lioir dull,
faded, brittle and scraggy. Just inoittcn a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw it through jour hair
taking one (mall it rand at a time. The effect is
immediate and amazing ynur hair will he light,
fluffy and wavy and have an appearance of abun
dance) an incomparable lustre, softness ami luxu
riance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health.
Try a yoti will afteran application of Danderine,
you cannot find a tingle trace of dandruff or a loose
or falling hair and ynur scalp will not itch, but
what will please you most will be niter a few week's
use when you will actually see new hair, fine and
downy at first jes but really new liair sprouting
all over the scalp.
Danderine Is to the hair what fresh showers of rain
and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the
roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its life
producing properties cause the hair to grow abun
dantly long, strong and beautiful.
Get a 2$ cent bottle or Knnwltnn's Danderine
from any drug store or toilet countermand prove to
yourself tonight now that your hair is as pretty
and soft as any that it has been neglected or injured
by careless treatment that's all ou surely can
have beautiful hair and lots of It, if you will Just
try a little Danderine. Real surprise awaits you.
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NKW Y0I1K, N. Y, May n. Tlinmn eye. which sees nnil underBlnnds. fori
A I'Mlson iitihouiicos that lhr crown- the far, that often rctnalnn tinlnform
lug fenturo of 111 Invrnllvo llfo will rrt, dismayed by nn array of abstruse
bo a revolution In the tnptliods of cd- tprbnlcal terms. .
ural Ion. lip proposes to tench boys Tho great Inventor nlready linn conv
mid girls through the medium of the tnlttcd to the film the principles of a
photographic film what they hno glass pump In action, showing tho pit
heretofore painfully burned through pit nt a glance what books on natural
printed words, llgttrcs and diagrams, philosophy would take pages to tie I
IMIson argues that In this way the srrlbn and explain, and then with bull
facts nbottt anv concrete thing can bo pnrtlnl and Indifferent success.
learned to the maximum of efficiency The Unseen To Be Visible.
nntl with the minimum of effort. Chemical crystallization, too, al
The great Inventor nlreadv has ae- Icndy lias been caught by the camera
compllshed enough In his experiments In Kdlson's laboralorv the minutiae
to prove the practicability of his Idea, revealed by tho microscope, photo
mid he declares that he wllj devote graphed in nil Um vividness of living
bis remaining jonrs nnd millions of moving life and projected, millions of
money lo putting his system Into times enlarged, upon n screen, The
practice, i Inventor's primary purpose Is to re
NKW YOI1K, N. Y., Mnv f.- Thorn idtico tho schooling of tho American
ns A. I'llixnn will devoto $3,nnft,000 and, child to tho mnxltmun of efficiency
the next eight venrH nf his llfo to tho
simplification of scientific Instruction
Into your home; they nre the
simple means of keeping
Nerves, Brain and Body
Strong, active, enduring.
There e no eubititute for
Freeh Air, Sunthine, Happy
all OKUoaimtm II-
through the medium of the film
Microscopic and astronomical rove
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nnd the minimum of mental exertion
Kdlson will undertake to group the
knowledge of the naturalist, nnato
mist nstronomer, surgeon and me-
lallnns which baffle the child mlndichnnlcnl engineer and reduce It to
nnd the limited absorbing powers of photographic precision, making It talk
unschooled ndttltH will bo made clenrl without words In the lvld language
nnd easily comprehensible by the sub-jof nctlnn, which tho simplest i tit oil I
r.tllutlon of the film for the book thol gotten easily enn grasp.
Arc the choice of tho exclusive, man for summer wear,
Dig stock of varied
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KING STREET NEXT TO AD VERTI3ER OFFICE
Bachelor's Friend Hose
Six pairs guaranteed for six months, fil ,50 mil j2
SOLD ONLY BY
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
Joo I-Vrnnndca:, the Hired Portuguese of burnt
who vtandireil owns from bis home 111 snowing
Kuln about inn weeks ago, wns found
Inst TiiCHiIny In one of the many small
gulches which abound In Unit district
The hank of the gulch allows that the
old mini fell Into It, ami though he
could not get out, It does not seem
that he was bnilly hurt Ills tobacco
was found at his Mile, nnd a number
The thenrj of the police Is that the
exposure while lying there, together
with the lack of nourlHliiiient, wasthu
tniiM of death -Alinii News
Collcrjc of Hawaii Asked to
Repeat Its Short Course
Counters are Afloat with
Shipwreck prices prevail.
You save half your money by
KWONG SING LOY CO.
Three doors Ewa from Bethel, on upper tide of King Street
Striped nnd checked silks will
fushlohnhlo this season.
Acting on the Information of 8n- Medical writers declare It Incurablo
loon Inspector William l-'ennell. tho nfP1- die six month whether nlbutne
License Commission yesterday after- prnm or not.
noon decided to close the l-.ttcoro sn Tho nvcrago man prefers to think of
loon lor tiiree unys, tno eutci going n nH "kidney trouble" nnd lets It go,
Into effect today. At the satno tlmo i,t (ho census for 1000 shows this up
Louis Wnrren, the proprietor, wns cl- pnlllng fact out of BS.oon deaths
led to appear and explain the series from kidney troubles over nine-tenths
of Imbroglios reported to have tnken ,,f diem (r.R.OOO) took tho form colled
pinto (it the establishment, and show "p.! RhtH Disease," although II Is oullo
Kind reason why his license should probable that nine-tenths of these up
not ho revoked. n tho Inst moment thought of It as
Inspector IViiiipII reported that n nli cned It "kidney trouble" when
bloody light had laken place In tho nH mnttcr of fnct the only possible
milium on Mnv I. that liquor had been ,npe laid through" treatment for
sold lo n tiinti on the prohibited list jirlghl'n Disease.
mid that Intoxicated men were per- tTnl niton's Itetinl Compound was
milted lo loiter around the saloon 'worked out wo nover knew or n re-
The Commission ruled Hint the II- r()Very In a enso of chronic lirlghfs
censo of Sasaki, proprietor of tho Disease. Slnco then Inflainmntlon of
itosi saloon. Minimi um uu ilium. t, wdnr.vs wlietlier nlliutncnous or
feried lo llnrry, lieatt stewnril or mo ot, r whether tailed "kidney trou
Oiihu Country Club, iinii Harrys nro ,lo" or "llrlgbt's Disease," or whether
ther, Tho license wns laKen nwny ix mtmi,H or six years standing, oft
fiom Sasaki recently. It was found cn yields vvhero patients Imvo fair
that n largo number of patrons of tho lcrH nrui recitpcrativo power,
plnco vvero citizens and tho Coinmls- jf Jon mvo md kidney trouble over
slon ruled that tho license should Btx monn18 ,10 matter what you call
therefore bo transferred to citizens, f ,1(j hooks nro truo you have
'llilrty-elglit applications tor licenses boiiioIIiIhss to scrlomly consider.
were ordered ndvertlsed. iwonty-nvo -.'niton's ltonnl.tCnnipound enn bo
or these will bo heard .liino 20 mill iniI f Hoiioliilii'Dm'g Co., Kort street,
tblileen nn June 21. The Commission Al)k f()r ,mmpilot. Wo doslro to licnr
was asked to chnngo Wnlpnhtt s llconso rrom nmI ndviso with thoso not In
from retail o wholesale. t proving tho- third week. Wrlto John
" , J. Fulton Co., San Francisco. Cnl.
A pnrillll CIlllVHKn 1 llio ,w 1111:11 un-
dergrnduates Indicates that G!i per
cent, of Ihq Ktttdent body nre In fnvor
of "dry" batnuets nnd smokers for
(ienernl 11. K. Trnoy Is 82 years old,
hut says bo feels llko a youngster of
2S, mentally and physically.
PERPETRATED BY WALT ANPDOUGALL
AT THE HOTELS
Wlllhiin .1 Conroy, H.in rr.uiclseii.
S .1 Kill and wife. Ilvrkeley. Oil.
ficorgc C Wiitt, Kohal.i. II V
TIioiiiiih and wife. Ban I'rani Isi o; It
It Zane. San rninclseo. A. I Moses,
Iiuptihoehoe, r S Johnson and wife.
London, It llmiuncfeldt and wife. Ma
ilia,' I' I , It Diimey. Vuliiiliil. A
S Will oil and wife. Kauai; C. VV
Spitz. Kauai. J V Itiitli. ICaual; Win
I" I'ogiiF. WalliiRii. Win Itohertsyti
IVIIIIUIUI, A 11 l.eehriiuy, ,aiiailil, I
Svvcltzer. l'eurl llnrbor: Kdillc Mc
t'orrlslou, city. Mrs. W I' Mct'lure.
Scholleld Itarriicks, ,MIn King, Mrs
H i; Valintlne. Albert llaslilm, Jas
, fanipbell, J Hateh, vvire and son, IT
S niivj , II IVinklu and wife, Van
1 1 ouvcr, T i lllnker und wife; dipt
, f K. Ilnrlow, I' S. n.ivy; W A Kel
Itr. tl S Au I'apt. Henry Wcc-den,
H S l.urlloe; W M. Kendall, city.
Holier) Horner, Kukalati; O J Meeker
I Walohlnu, Kali, 1'has. (lay and wife,
f .limit; Jessie ft Forrester, Ocean
Park, I'al , C.ul Schwarz. St l.ouls
Mo ; Ilxtelln A ItliiKcr, San Diego,
i'al., II I' Uniform, Mrs Kent, C
Veto Hodge, San Francisco; F. J
Weber. Oakland; Carl llergrrled, New
. York, A (I Olds and wife, Denver;
Hurry Snvdcr and wife, Chicago,
Frank Hurst. Chicago; ('apt. I' John-
' um. s S Wilhelmliia; K Weluz
heliiier, l.iilmlii.i; W W Taylor. Kl
pallida; Aubrey Hiiblnson, Makawell
KiiiiiiI; Sinclair ItoblnKon, Mnkiiwell
Kauai; II M Sale, wire and nerse
l.os Angeles. I.t C II. Wright and
wire, Scholleld ll.irracks; II It Mac
fnrlaiie, city; Alva Calllfower; Jas A
ljuiu. l.ellrhiia; J J. Smith. Josepl
Archer; V. K Null, city; It W Spnls
O U lladley. Mrs N. S De Camp
("has C Tr inn per, V S. Woolsey
Thus W Mclllroy, San Frnnclsco, II
' VoUotnke, Toklo; Mis. M. Weleker
Miss i: (lay. Miss Andersen, Ilerke
ley, (iio S. (lay, llerkeley; S A lloli
Inson; A i: W Todd, Wnlaliia; Mrs
('has C Wlnnla, l.elehua; M A
Hllva, ilty; John A. Miller, San Fran
cisco; J, J Dklnner, l.os Angeles,
Nicholas t'lrlc-h ami wife, I'eorlii. Ill .
MImm I. II Scott, llolllster, Cnl; II
II Homer, Oakland; M It. rochsc
Seattle; Mrs J II. Smith, Miss I, '!)
.Smith. Iteiio, Nev ; Mrs. Mamlii Fox,
San FrauelKco, M J. Spauldlng, oak
land, Cal ; (1. C Thompson, Han
That the Collego nf Hawaii's short
course for teachers In tho department
of extension work has been n great
Riiccess Is attested by tho results ol
tnlned The lectures opened on .Inn
nary X and closed on April 29. I'rof.
Vnughnn MncCnughey or the depart
ment of extension work llnils that
there are Many requests that the
course he continued.
With minor exceptions tho cottrso
was given as announced. MIsh Louise
tlitllck. not listed on the printed pre
gram, gave n very Instructive Illus
trated lecture on "Simple F.xperlmcnts
In llacterlology. Suitable for the High
er tirades." Due to absent n rrom tho
city, or similar reasons, several or tho
Instructors scheduled wero unable to
participate. 1'iofcssor Halloa, upon
reiiiest, gave nn extra Illustrated dem
nnstrnthm upon "Air Pumps and Wa
The attendance, though vnrlnblr.
showed a satlsrnctory nvernge. Tho
mnxlmiim wns llftytwo persons; tho
mean nltendauco wns twenty-nltie;
the average attendance was twenl-
five. The audiences comprised prlnc'.
pals nnd touchers of tho public nnd
private) schools, students from tho
Territorial Normal School, ofllclals
mid members of various Territorial
ilennrtmeiils, nnd "genernl public."
Many of tlm lectures wero supple-
incnted nnd Illustrated by slercopll-
con Illustrations, demonstrations, ex I
pertinents, charts and diagrams, spec
mens and models, and similar mate
rial, which added to tho Interest of
At n number of the meetings oppor
tunity wns nffiirileil for genernl ills
Mission, which was participated In by
i.rlnclpnls nnd teachers,
Atrangemetits hnvo been mndo for
'ho publishing, thioiigh u lot-nl ngen
i'V, of th lectures given In this course,
tn this wny tenchers In outlying ills
ilcls tuny reieive some ot llic bctiedls
or the course.
Mutiy expressions of Interest In tho
ourse hnvo been received, togother
vltb numerous requests that It be con-
Inucd In another year Tito cliarac-
Drillers In rebuilt mulifiH Itfii
itiKt'MiM, nTH, Smith rroinifPH. I.
SmltliM, Uii'lcruiMiflji. MtiiiiirrliM, Inx.
clc Kir. iii.ieliiiK rirrlt-H Hum
Kunr.intrc the tiiJiiii.f.iitiirrrH Kt on
11 IK'W IIMCllllIP
W nri ulso rxclilxp tigftitH in Ila
ujilhin ttiiii(lM for
"The Machine You Will Eventually
Tin I'ihIitu ihkI in tho ImillriK tp
writer of the uorhl toil.n Iiiik tho
InrKcwt factor mul )oh the lilRKntt
Temporary Office 120 King Street
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
lias llic best I lomc-Made Bread,
German Prctsels and Coffee Cake. Be
sure and ring up 2 1 24.
1 1 29 Fort Stkuet
A championship bowling tourim
in cut will soon be stnrtcd at the Putt
nenc alleys which should prove of
moro than ordinary Interest. A fine
cup Is being put up by tho club, and
It Is proposed that this cup shall lie
bowled for onco n year, nnd must be
won two years In succession to be
come the nbsolute property or th
winner. Those vv Inning It once will
hnvo their names engraved thereon.
Fred. Fuller and wire were the
guestH or V. O. Aiken on n trip up
llalcakaln this past week. Mr. Hut
In,, wnu alnelmr lit l-nhulnii tho tnttf.r
er or these expressions and roqttestal ...... nf ti, r,,i(. coiidnctlni: services
ogetner nun ine iiuiiie uiiin, nniimn. ,, t-'rifiuy evening and on Hutulny ove
nlng nt the I.uhnin.iluti,i School tor
ho conclusion that the coitrso has
')ccn n distinct movement 111 the In-.'
'jrovement of teachers In fcorvlcc.
KAKAAKO MISSION TONIGHT
A. II. Htcvvart, who has been with
the Kahulul railroad tor some months
leaves on the I.urllnc today for the
Mrs. Hctmlng accompanied the Stt
pcrvlsor lo Walluku this week, whore
That section ot the student body of1 Mr. Hctmlng la attending the meeting
)ahii College known ns Hill raualil oi mo uonru.
Ill hold n "IMinajinii Night" nt tho1 Mm, Uousnlven ot Honolulu In visit
Knknnko mission tonight. ilriR her daughters hero on Maul. Mrs
i'r tl.ren vears the Hill Pnualil has1 1'. A. (iormati of Kahulul, and Mrs. C
Hotel Street Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
BLST IN THE MARKET
6c C O.
AT YOUR OROCERS'
N. D. Lansing, Distributor
'icon actively connected with tmvh
dub work at Kakaako. Hvory Friday
light during tho school year of 191 1
1012 n teacher nnd two or three stu
lents hnvo conducted n rending nud
nines night for I he boys nt tho gym
liislum behind the Kawnlahao Church
There has been an average nttenr'
men ot liny Kaknako bos during Ibn
ear. Tho club was given new HTo
ast Tall under tho personal direction
ir Charles F. Ummls or Iho V. M. C
Tonight's entertainment will coir
iiiii(o at 7 8'l o'clock promptly.
I0LANI ALUMNI WILL
A. Ilcall ot I'uuneuo.
$5 EACH OFFERED
FOR MINER LE1S
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
F. H. Kilby, Prop.
We ,i liver fresh Milk and Cream
twice dally to nil parts of the city.
Phone 37.16 P O flox 220
Brown 61 Lyon Co Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Everythlnn In Books'"
GINeTpboBTHt: NEW H00PSKIRT MAKES A GETAWAY LOOK LltjE THE QE AL TJHINC-!
I The strenuniiB grinding season nt
the Walluku Mill eamo to an end Mot
ility. Tho season's output foil n llttlo
short (d tho estimate this year.
An i nf it nt .Inpnnesn by the name ot
Matsumrn wns nccldontnlly drowned
In, Walkupu Friday nftcrnoon. Tho
dilld crawled away from its mother,
fell Into tho pool, and before tho moth
er could (jot It out, wns dead.
fContlnued trnm Page 1)
lleult to handle People went wild
over our Imitation lllui i lets Owing
to the dense mob it was necesMirv In
restrict giving the lels to ladles only,
but the four large barrels which wn
opeiud for the reception were ex I"
haunted lung before the reception was I
half over People were offering from I
one to live dollars liplece ror the Ic!h ,
on the hlieets, und no member or the
pihtrnl could appear on the streets
without lieint- lieHieueil with reiillCHtt I
on nil Miles for his Id , A . "R. Arli,ll fe Co.
The boys soon discovered that wear
ing n e was un easy and Infallible
means of becoming acquainted with
the prettiest girls of the multitude Ho
this measure was worked to pi-rftc-
Tho orgnnl7ntlon of tho lolanl
Muiiinl Association will bo affected
villi the arrival of lit. Itov. Alfred
Willis. Illslinii or Tonga, In the Maku
n Tuesday. Illshop Willis will pro
sldn. A coinmlllee Inclnillng .Inmes II.
Ilojd. Henry Smith, Kben Low. C. K.
l nnd Andrew Cox has been nppolnt--d
to meet tho Mnkuia nn arrlvnl and
vebotno tho aged bishop to Honolulu.
Illshop Willis will attend tho ee1o-tn
'irntlon or the tenth annlvorsary of, when Aloha pitrol uppeared on tie
no esiiiuiiHiiiiii'iu in iii" nnrciiioii HiK-ets In uniform on parade It was
accnidcil an ovation on nil sides AM
the parades wen attended by luaiiv
thouiaud). As wo marched along tho
streets mine of us were iippulled at
the ImiueiiKu throngs lining the strcttt
ror miles nnd tulles It seemed tlure
could hardly be so many people In the
"Ktiiiny Jim" seems tn be known t
cvirj um mm In Los Angeles llli pet
name was fanilllar to every tongie
nnd was called out everywhere on th"
Ktreets as our patrol passed by The
patrol bus been u splwndld means of
publicity ror the Islands und has mado
them thought or by thousands nil over
SIXTY FIVE CENTS
Tho Bookt Everybody Is Reading
Hotel, Near Tort
Kplscopnl Church In Hawaii.
Last Katurilav afternoon, while u
tang ot road men under (Jeorge
Weight wire excavating Just olT the
road by the slaughterhouse, they came
iipou a small cai ho of sliver cuius
A large amount nf the dirt hud been
cm lid away before the coins were
discovered Altogether, light Aluerl-
an half dollars were picked up, tho
dates ranging from IK'il lo 1S7 This
Und Is a ver unusual one, us lit the
time when Kilns of these dates were
In general circulation, veiy little
Aimrlcun mono) was to be found In
Hawaii. Maul News.
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