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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1912.
Stomach Trouble Often Leads to
Fear of Many Other Diseases.
II jour illKivtion h out o onlcr jou
may have sjinptoms tlmt will uu'liml
ou Into thinkinir Nnu have heuit dii-
1'iuv, klduey bourne, emiic iiciwum or
Mood disorder. lMtir ltk to tho
ttomaili first H 1 hi re-that the tdood
!i ta Its nourbdiiiient If lln' diKitliui
lullannluml. tho blued will lie out of
order. 1'oor lipcilimi tllli tlm blood
with poison llus uiil'Uie Mood
loisoiiscver) tl"Uo of the liody. '1 ho
ilysi'itlc iiwnkm in tin- morning with
n dull, liouv v lu-ad und i irritable, mel
ancholy, unit diny Ih-iihm- tin- bruin,
nerves and niailt-a liai- been nii-H)iuil
Mra. Jolin Kmith.ofU F. I). No 2,
Hi. Jneph, Mo , luaU-s tin- following
Mateineni- 1 wai tin iuviuhi nun
Htoimu-li trouMi- for six en year and
Din-lit hundivtls of dollaix with phjid
cinns without nivlviug any U-nellt
For two )i-arH I Iim'-I on milk alone
My stomach would not it tain any solid
food. I hud gnu on tin.' tomai li and
vomited a gnat dial I wai troubled
with dizty spill and thought I would
never 11m- tlimtuli thi-in. My limidi
und feet wire Ice euld and "oiinod to
have no ilrculutnm at all. Mj heart
lluttered und I would have Niiotlii rinit
H-Iijullonn. My vu-iislit wai greatly re
duced. I iii frequently confined to
U-d for daj and at uin- time wu In the
Jio-ltnl forneen wirki and my friends
did not expect I would m-t well After
I gave up the doctor I bcrnn taking
Dr. Williams' link l'illi for l'ale l'co
ple. A few- lanes helied me o inihh
that I could rttaui a little fooil on my
stomach. 1 Ju h day I xrew stronger
and took the mil until loinpletely
cured. l)r. Willnitui' 1'ink I"iiik aro
tlio cause of my being a healthy woman
today und I gladly nvouiinend them "
A new edition of the-lmoklit, "What
to Kut and How to Kat," ii free on ID
quest. fjSeml a jio-tal for It to day and
liegin to euro yourself by following the
directions It contains
Dr. WllIIn.mil 1'ink Pill am a dip.
ttvo tonic und cive new i-trenctli by en
abling tlio blood to take up und profit
by the food wo eat. Tlicy double the
value of the food, Increase the appetite,
energy and vigor.
Dr. Williams' 1'ink Tills are sold by
all drucvist, or will lie sent, ostpalif,
on receipt of price, 60 conti ier liox;
fix boxes for?.' 50, by the I)r Williams
Medicine Company. Schenectady, X. Y
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Storage Batteries recharged and re
built, expert work on Colls and Mag-
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to fit an lock. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
NEW ARMY ORDERIYACHT
Local Headquarters Pleased
With General Aim of
A n w nnlrr ri'KtilallhR promotions
ntil XHinintitlntiM I id Jtint been tv-
itt nt ilfpiiitinriil ht-iulqunrttTft mull
Im" I 1 th mum' f Rt'iirriilly fu
ture. Me t niniiH'tit. It intent iummi.h to
l l" tnnkf prirtnotloiiH In tlio urlou-.
grinl f the army nioit a inntUr of.
KUMTnt titneeu tlinn or iHHInlly '
rittitttn il huuU ktmult 1k'. moru u.
nyMUr "f fintn tluiii of IlKurew
(Jurrivnn m'tiouIlMR H to inunt to rt
IniKe fxtcnt lu futuro cxainliintioim for
proimitlon of oitlitiK Tor t'utnil',
tni otlli'i r mtthiK y pr rnt 'n nt y j
til J t HtiMllft nt jnirrlpnii whool I '
txt-mi'ttd fur a jittlod of tv vear
from lrltiK xrimtiK ! on thl.s Hiil)et
hIioiiIi hi pnimotlon roint up in thn
mi'iiiitliiii' Thoo KfttliiR !I0 cr font, i
nri' ixinpti'tl for tlirw inrH aiitl a'
hutf Whllf tliPHi tniirkH fc(tn on tlw.
f.Kt iilinoi pu)tiililtl(l !ilr:h it W
nut nt nil uminiml for otlM-w to Rftj
Hit in nt the n I onl, titnl the new pl.ui '
uITmh not nl an liu'iitlM' to work
liiii.l .it tin tht-nri tlcdl p.irt of Foli1ir-
inr 1'iit nlo a titling ri'Waitl to Uioko
win. tin work haul If an it'll "or 1
i' inpti l in one or two Hiihjicts, rnitl
ilo- nut luivf to lioiii'" on th"m when
htv prHiDiitliiii iom' shin, It rflxtM liilil
.i hum h lutttt tluiiKf to tnnh lip 'j
other iuIijin tM wlilrh ho mav consider
hiiiiKilf .i uli
HUGHES IS BACK
I'll iirtnnl tri-nteit u flnp and
iliniK 111 tin nrli'iit, und I lin notli
iiik Inn pril-i fur the manner luwlileli
uin i iTurt-i toward lutiitiilnment were
rmiMil at .Maiill.i. .SluiUKli.it and some
m tin- Japanese eltles," said "Hob"
IIiiKliei tfte man who Is mainly re
ininslili for the successful tour of
nuirli twenty thousand miles taken
h a store of cleiir thesplnns, who
are lni k In Honolulu neuln, mid
mlKhti Klad of It
lliiKhes wns lmmeillately Kiirround
nl 1 a coterie of local Impresarios
upon his stepping ashore from the
l'.ulilc Mull liner N'lle this inornlnir.
Ills cnmpnny, the IIiikIics Musleul
('until) Conipuny, sure did stir tlio
Kiiiiin.tmhuUnt Hast from center to clr
i uinft n nee.
That Kay and blasu capltnl of north
'hln, i, at ShaiiKhul, npparently could
i.ot Kit innuKli of Anurlcan musleul
titiiuil) after years of Ilandmnnn'a
lalm anil illKiillled ImKllsh musleul
allots The HiikIh-s Blrlles were uf
tl it tit lni-ntle for tho nlKlitly pack
Iiik of the little Victoria Theater.
Whin llUKhes fill In with Herman
Trankil, the .Manila theatrical man,
ami tin- company was Induced to visit
Manila, the reiord for iittendanco In
a mus mint circles was smashed to
iniithirceiis Scores of Manila's llncst
wen- stationed nlKhtly nt the entrance
of the (ir.iud Opera House during the
Hi,- iKi'ineiit The house seuted elgh
l.in hiiiulreil, and then the run on the
imtslii,. liPKun in earnest.
Despite the efforts of I 'rank el und
HukIiis to ipili-t the demonstration and
attempt to rush the doora, many forced
their way linn the theater lifter the
M-HtltiK limit had been passed.
"We Kot the money nnd In blB
hunihes." siulUil I'rankel tills morn
Iiik In reeoiintliiB his experlenceM nx
tin maiKiKir of a bunch of live chorus
Trunk)-) has nmhltloiis plant nloni?
anuiMMiii nt iinoH lie declureH that the
siiciess of the present company lias
led him to arraiiKe for tho formation
of aliutliir orKaul7.itloii which wllllslt
Honolulu within a few- months, remain
lure for a four weeks' engagement,
and then procud to the Orient over
the route followeil by the IIuBlieacom
pany "Hiinohihi win l(, In lino for Rome
lht i lass shows when wo git fulrly
slarti-il with our circuit," concluded
Trunki'l, when, seated 111 tlio midst of
a buiiili of beauty, ho wns whisked
townwun! In a hlg touring car.
Former Justice Henry Qlideraleevo
was appointed guardian. for Mrs. Mad
eline l'orco Antor, and Lang'lon I.
i Marvin was appointed guardian for
William Vincent Astor until tlio will of
John Jacob 'Astor Is admitted to pro
In traveling motion-picture business.
Must have some capital; experience
not necessury Address "J. li J.",
Ilox n, Honolulu, 5255-lw
. Ilouilolr piano
Hinnll bather purso containing old
hiooch und papers. l-'lnder please
return to this olllce. 0255-6t
The rcKntta committee of tho Hn
wall Yacht Club met this morning nnd
made final urraliKilm ills for the open
ing nice of the season, tho Irwin Tup
eent, nhleli will be decided Sundny
next. Tin re will be four entries, and
tin- racing season of l'J12 promises to
start with a successful toiitest.
Follow Iiik ure the rules, course nnd
Starting l.lne I'rom the spar buoy
at the entrance to Honolulu harbor to
tho Judges' boat which will be anchored
about "00 jards directly out to sen,
brjond the spar buoy
Course l'rom the starting point ill- .
ni-tly to n mnrk nnchored off the
roulli-pusterly corner of , Kokn Head '
This mark to be kept on the port Hide.
Tliineo to the red buoy at tho en-,
trance of I'earl Harbor; this mark to
be kept on the stnrhn.ird side Thence
to the bell buo) off Honolulu harbor;
this mark to be kept on the port side.
Thence bnik mross the starting line
In finishing, the spar buoy must bo I
kept to the starboard side. Yachts
may go as ilose as possible to the spar
buoy, but mut not pass It more than '
20u yards away.
Instructions .start to he nt 10 n
tu The preliminary gun will be llred
ut 9.f(i n. m Tluie will be taken from
the tiring of the second gun nt 10 n. in. i
Any yacht whose mainmast lam pass-1
ed the starting line before the starting
or second gun Is llred, will be called
back to cross the line again The race
must he llnlshed by 7 p m This means
the time of the first yacht crossing the
l'rotests All protests must be sent
to tho regatta committee before C p.
m, on Monday, June 10. Address care
C'astlo & Cooke, Mil.
Handicaps The following aro, tlio
otllclat handicaps for this race: Molll
lou, scratch; Kamehameha, f2 seconds;
Charlotte (', li minutes 20 seconds;
Gladys, 33 minutes IB seconds.
HAWAII YACHT ChUll UIMATTA
Ily A, H. AIIMITAOI3.
IS NOW $12,580,000
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 25. The
dcllclt of tho Federal treasury for tho
current llsenl year Is J12.5S0.000. A
month ago It was $9,832,000, while at
the tlose of April Inst year the gov
ernment bud a surplus of 11,552,000.
The receipts for the month of April
were $53,306,000, while the disburse
ments reached $55,954,000 a dcllclt for
the month of $2,618,000 In March re
ceipts exceeded expenditures by $10,
638,000 Available cash in tho work
ing balance of the treasury Is $64,756,
Ow, as ugalnst $7tl,7S9,000 nt tho end
of March The total balance In the
general fund Is $125,614,000, while on
April 1 the amount was $131,534,000.
The total cash In the treasury lit tho
opining of business today was $1,920,
1112,000 in (lie lliilletln Job printing und
TICKETS AT PROMOTION
PRICES: 60c and 25o
Latter Half of Bill Furnishes
All the Enjoyment of
Tlio Juvcnllo lloilonlnna nto n very
clover aggregation of young aclresses, '
but they do not nlilno as mliislrelB. H'h
not their fault they Dimply urn not1
ploslcnlly equipped for tho big task'
of "putting nrroaa" the Rlapdash mlii '
etrel comedy In a big liouso such ns
So It Is Hint the llrnt half of the bill
nt tlio Liberty la not one that plenses
tlio many friends tlio )oiing8tcrn hnvu
mode, during their abort stay here. Tho
last half Is up to the mark-n one-net
plalet with plenty of singing ami a
chance for the pretty girls nnd tlio cos
tuming and choruses.
The minstrel lmlf of the oK'iilns
Bhowed Miss Jack C'nsnd as Interlocu
tor, I'ntsy Henry nnd Uode Caulleld an
end "men" and Stubby Mllng and
Miss Henry ns light-stop dancers.
Thetii ,wns nlao n ipiartet composed of
Misses, Tbom Ilellen, Mason, O'Neill
nnd Mitchell, , nnd plenty of hoIoIrIh.
The song liumberH were nil right, but
ns a whole the' minstrel half Is not
good. The company works like Tro
Juiih, too. Hut burnt coik is not their
"Hoffman's Holiday" furnishes the
wind-up. In which the plot Is nil, but
the show Itself redeems tho reputation
imperiled In the beginning. There aro
Homo unusually pretty ljrics well dono
nnd tho whole company visibly rallies
after tho unsuccessful errorts of the
llrat part, nnd makes "Horrman'a Holi
day" enjoyable. Tonight und tomor
row night the Rnmo bill will be offer
ed, and for the latter hnlf of tho week
the race-track comedy "Tips" Is on tho
menu. The cast last night In the play
let was as follows:
Karl Hoffman (with a million) ....
lllllle (his Ron) Thorn Ilellen
Pete Martin Dixie W'hlto
Hm Dodo Cnnficld
Widow Winks Jack Casad
Miss Giddy I... Jeff Mimroo
Mandy Lois Mason
Snlllo ,.., Daisy Henry
Chorus of Village Hoys and Girls.
NEW ACT AT BIJOU IS GOOD
Commencing with tumbling und
leaping upon tlio hands, the Harts
Trio, at the Illjuti last night, did some
extraordinary work upon n tight wire.
Tho young woman Irf grateful and per
fect In her balancing. One of the men
danced upon the wlie, doing the bal
ancing for, both, und finally while all
three wcra upon tho wire, one of the
men "Jumped rope," a feat never be
fore seen here. The climax came
when one of tho men, standing upuu
tlio wire, throw avvuy his Japanese
uinbrcllu und turned n complete som
erHnult, lauding feet up und hands up
on the hands of the other man, who
was standing on the lloor. They uio
"Hying acrobats," fresh from Kurope
Their net 1ms not an Instant of slow
Lordy'H dogs went through their
one-net "meller drummer" In which
the dog-thief Is captured by the dug
policeman, and made their usual lilt.
Mae Taylor sung in her tiBiml charm
ing manner. The pictures Included a
number of recent current events tak
en In many purts of the world.
MAUI MEMORIAL DAY
(Hperlal lliilletln Correspondence.)
WAILUKU, Mnul. Juno 1. Memo
rial Day, last Thursday, was kept on
Maul In a very bellttlng manner. On
Wednesday morning at the Walluku
Union School, Judgo 8. II. Kingsbury
spoke to tlio children on tho memories
of tlio day. On Thursday at noon, the
Wnlluku police, In chargo of Sheriff
Clement Urowoll and Deputy Sheriff
John Jferrelra. Company I of tho Na
ttonal Guard of Hawaii in command of
Captain W. Ii Hal, and tho Wnlluku
Tiro Company No. 1 under Chief IJngl-
peer Jos. V. Welch, nil marched uu In
a body to tho Wnlluku cemetery, where
Attorney W. K. Crockett of Walluku
and W. J. Coelho both made remarks
appropriate to tho day. Tho graves
woro most beautifully decorated. Com
pony I firod a volloy over tho grnvo of
Win. Goodness, tho only G. A. It. vet
eran burled there. Makawao Cemetery
was llkewlso most beautifully decorat
ed with lilies and raro flowers, many
of which wero shipped from Honolulu,
tho grave of the lata Hon. II. P. Bald
win being among tho most notablo for
tho benuty and profusion of the decor
ations. After returning from tho
Walluku cemetery the police, tho mill,
tla, and flromen all sat down nlongsldo
of long tabled and enjoyed a luau.
An investigation into tho milk busi
ness In Massachusetts and other Now
Knglaud Slates was started by Nuw
Kuglaud farmers, through tho Dost cm
Coopciatlvg Milk 1'roducorn' Com
pany, with n hearing at tho 1. ostein
Chamber of Commerce.
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MONDAY, TUESDAY, WCDNESDAY
Two clever men ami n talented
maid Hiirnpeiiu equilibrists on u
wnrhl tour Splendid stage putnphcr
The Great Attraction
May Edithe Taylor
NEW PICTURE REELS
Watch for Return on S. S. Nile of the
Hughes Comedy Company
Baseball for Sunday
1l30 STARS vs. ASAHIS
3:30 HAWAIIS vs. J. A. C.
Heservcd seats for center of ttrnnd
staud anil UI..J eun lit booked ut I'
ll Hall & Solid Sporting: Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. in.;
after 1 p m , ut M. A (luust .V Co.,
Xing and l'ort
Prices 50c, 35c and 25e Children 10c
ricAisi: run toots imka.
LOS ANOKLIIS, May in. Toots l'.i
kn, native of 1 law all, and her Ha
waiian company will head tho ()i
plieum bill opening Monday matinee,
in music and dances of old Hawaii.
I.us Angeles has had foisted upon It
many Imitations of the laiigorous
dunces and sungs of the fumed Is
lands, and has enjoyed these lmilii
tlons, for their sheer beauty. Now,
however, It is to have the leal article,
furnished by natives. Toots I'aka is
said to be a gie.it beauty of the pmo
II n 1 1 e 1 1 n Wmit Ads will iiml It.
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
L. B. KER.R. & CO., Ltd.
Kapiolani Building, Alakea Street
This is very fashionable silk,
strong and lustrous.
Desirable for Evening Gowns, Morning
Dresses and Party Frocks ,
Always retains its luster.
See the Window Display
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Sill r Worms in the intestines of the child jl.Jm
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Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
Undershirts and Drawers
at unheard of prices.