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HONOLULU SUBULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2$, 1013.
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most liberal ever made in Honolulu,
the prettiest in the town.
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Clothing at $12.50
and feel -as well
dressed as the man
T h i s material
washes weli, does .
not shrink, and the
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chancel. As a special tribute to Mi
Davison g kindly regard for you
( people, a detail of Boy Scouts, selec
j ea by bcout ' Commissioner James
Wilder, was present at the church.
In the presence of a large number
The Hawaiian band will give a pu)
11c concert at Aala Park this evenin
at 7:30 o'clock, playing the followin
March Sound Off . . ... . . . . . . . . Sous
MEANS LOSS OF
Overture Poet and ''Peasant;
Intermezzo Iapanglo . . .... .
oi friends and relatives who had ! Selection Maritana
.lor Judging the talk of war between
WallarJanan and the United States to be
If you are a businessman you
In your office.
.Costs 18.50.' '.
Lasts a lifetimeplus.
(Has one extra cutting" wheel.)
Come In and see one. '
Hawaiian -Hews Co.,
. Ltd., :
The - Canton Dry Goods Co. on
Hotel street 'opposite the Empire
theater announces the arrival of a
piled the casket high with beautiful
Moral tributes, funeral services over
the body of the late Rosalie C. K.
Davison, who passed away at her
home in Manoa Valley late Monday
evening, were held in Central Union
Church yesterday afternoon. Dr. Do
remus Scudder, pastor of Central
Union church, and Rev. Horace Cham
berlain, pastor of the Kalihi chapel,
who was a schoolmate of Miss Davi-.
eon's officiated at the -services, b6lh J
paying splendid tributes to the wo
man whose work for humanity and
dumb beasts has accomplished so
much in Honolulu.
Following a prayer and two organ
selections. Doctor Scudder took the
pulpit and spoke In glowing terms of
the great work which Miss Davison
has done in Honolulu since her ap
pointment four years ago as special
officer of the Hawaii Humane Society.
Her work for the betterment of the
social condition of the city, her untir
ing efforts In caring for the poor and
distressed, and her work in behalf of
dumb animals, he said, would forever
stand as a monument to her worth in
this city. She was a good and a
noble woman, he added, and filled a
niche in the life of the community
which would be hard to fill again.
"She hath done what she could" was
I he text taken by Rev. Horace Cham
lerlain, and the words fittingly suited
the work which' Miss Davison has
done for the city. He spoke of many
incidents w'hich occurred Inher
school career when he was her. class
mate and compared her work to that
cf the famous Jane Addams, the noted
A short service over the pody of
the deceased was held at the
residence in Manoa al half-past two
o'clock, and was attended only, by
the relatives of the family, following
which the party repaired to the Cen
tral Union church, arriving there at
three o'clock. At the entrance of the
church the body bearers, a squad of
police under the command of Captain
Neilson, took charge of the casket
and carried ' it Into the church and
placed it at the foot of the pulpit.
Sheriff Jarrett had selected the police
squad as a mark of appreciation of
the department for one who had been
u member of the police humane de
tail. The honorary pallbearers were
Albert F. Afong, A. Henry Afong, Hon
Fred Becklev. Malulani Becklev. Ro
bert Booth, Thomas P. Cummins and ttritis or any ether stomach miser.
Gerrit P. Wilder. Followine the ser. Get iome now, this minute, and fr
vices at the church the body was In- ever ria yourself of stomach troute
cinerated. tha urn containing the and maigettion. advertisement
at-neg to be buried on Friday morning
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. Ar. by Bergroundless, and declaring that the
Selection The Spring Maid . ... Americans, by Mounting their preju-
Reinharriice against the Japanese are driving
Rose of Honolulu Armstrorfrade from the Pacific, Henry Clews
Hula. Hula, Honolulu......... Miltn(?n hig latest financial bulletin sizes
Washington Post and Semper Fi-MP the situation- of Japan and the
deles . SoufiUnited States in the' following lan
The Star Spangled Banner, gurfge: "There is on other possibil-
.'itv of disturbance In1 the stock mar
ket, and that is the riction with Ja-
pan. In the present dispute there is
absolutely nothing that warrants war.
Japan could not finance a war with
(the United States, which would end
i-in only one result that of. disastrous
defeat to Japan. But Japan Is a proud
.nation, and may easily feel offended
lat our treatment, which has been un-
. " necessarily brusque? and inconsider-
t ate. It would be far better for the
NO Indigestion, GaS Or S0UrUnlted States, and Especially the Pa
flPSQ AftPr Tnkinn "Pano'c cific coast, to cultivate friendly rela
IlCbb Mlier laKing rape S tJon8 with the Asiatic people, espe
DiapepSifl" cially if we desire to secure our
share of a rapidly growing commerce
If what you just ate ib souring o with that portion of the world. At
your stomach or lies like a lump "j present we are driving commerce that
lead, refusing to digest, or you belc should ga through Pacific ports, to our
gas and eructate sour, undigeste foreign rivals; simply because or race
food, or have a feeling of dizzinesi prejudice and snort-signtea tegisia
heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad tasttion. The situation contains possibil
lr. mouth and stomach headache thjities of friction that might easily dls
is Indigestion. jturb the stock market in- its present
A full case of Papo's Diapepil, temper." .
costs only fifty cents and will tho "
ougaiy cure your oui-or-oracr sion
ach,-and leave sufficient aCout tlj
houce in case some . one else in tb?
family may suffer from stomach Lro
ble or Indigestion.
Ask your pharmacist to show yoi
the formula plainly printed on thee
fifty-cent cases, then you will unde
stand why dyspeptic trouble of a
kinds must go, and why they usual
relieve sour, out-of-order stomachs I
indigestion In five minutes. Diaeps
Is . harmless and tastes like . cand
though each dose contains power suf
cent to digest and prepare for.assixr
lation into the blood all the food y
The St. Louis Globe-Democrat con
siders that Col. George W. Hughes of
the United States army, who made the
survey in 1849 across Panama, is en
titled to the honor of being commem
orated by a statue in that city, as he
paved the way for the building of the
railway there in 1830 to 1855. But it
concedes that if we are" to honor the
pioneer suggestions for the Panama
Canal project, we must go much fur
ther back than Col. Hughes, and "as
th French were the first to' make a
beginning in construction, which they
did in 1881, a Frenchman was earlier
in the field in proposing a canal there
than was any American, so far as any
of our records show," this suggestion
coming from Michel Chevaliers the
French economist, who put it forth in
1840. But he again was antedated by
Humboldt, , the great German savant,
who proposed it in 1803, and wrote a
learned essay to show the advantages
hich a canal at Panama would give
to the. world's commerce. But . even
before Humboldt, a Spanish mariner
named Gogonche drew up provisional
plans for a canal which he presented
to King Charles IV in P1799, but the
Napoleonic- wars intervened, and th6
project was lost sight of.
' But In going back to Spain, which
was the original owner of the isthmus
(and also of all central and large por-
tions of Soutii America, the uioDe-
Democrat notes that Senor de la ber
na made a survey of the isthmus in
1527 and 1528 with a canal in mind,
and records extant in Madrid show
that the work was done pretty thor
oughly. At that time Charles V was
emperor, but his hands were uea Dy
complications of many kinds and he
gave this scheme but little attention.
But it is clear that if we are to go
back to the original suggestion of a
canal at Panama and honor the one
who made it the claims of Serna can
not be ignored. Back of Serna, how
ever, stands Balboa, the first white
man who crossed the 1 isthmus, and
who may have suggested a waterway
across it. Certainly there would be
an . appropriateness in having on the
isthmus a statue of Balboa. This per
tinence can hardly be lost sight of in
any consideration of a statue for men
having great prominence with respect
to the isthmus of Panama. Balboa is
the prime figure fn connection with
the discovery of the isthmus and the
honors that may be awarded in con
nection with it will not be completely
and well bestowed If he is ignored.
Salt Lake Tribune.
Teacher Now that you have learn
ed about the rhinoceros can you tell
me any other animal that has a horn
end Is dangerous to mankind. Pupil
Please, yesr-a automobile. ; '
You are entitled to credit for do
ing the things you want to do. The
taste for virtue may have to be culti
vated. ' " "- ' ' -T - ' "
NEW Y O R K, . Y. An alleged
plot of Japanese to gectire a coaling
station in Caribbean sea,'-within 50
miles of the Atlantic end of the Pana
ma canal, and in violation of the Mon-
ent; besides, U makes you go to tl . roe doctrine, wais made known today
table with a ; healthy appetite; br when the steamshiD t Slxaola docked.
what will please you most, Is that yt George T. Burns, agent of the Carib
wlll feel that your ttomach and Into bean Guano Confpan who was a pas
tines are clean and fresh, and you wl ; senger, said that the Japanese govern-
not need to resor,t to laxatives or livr
pills for biliousness or constipation, j
This city will have many Dlapeps)
cranksi as some people will call the!
but you will be cranky about Us
in the Beckey-Fayerweather plot In
the Nuuanu cemetery, directly over
the grave of the late BenonI Rich
mond Davison, father of the deceased.
Beautiful floral tributes in honor
of the dead were sent both to the
Davison residence and to the church
by the many friends and relatives r
the family and the deceased. A great
I wreath of orchids was the tribute
new line of muslin underwear im from the Humane Society, and this
ported direct from the factory. The
underwear Js of the latest style and
the price puts them within reach of
j In company wUh a large wreath of
American oeauiy roses ana numerous
floral offerings, were effective In the
decoration of the casket and the
.ment was negotiating for the purchase
of Roncador island; : - ;
; "The island," said ' Muns, "is now
the property of the Caribbean Guano
splendid stomach preparaUon. too, f mPany. u nas a supero namor, ana
you ever try a little for indigestion r wouId make a good coaling base for
any navy, usiensiuiy me japstnusu
are negotiating through - a steamship
company, of which a-man named Aral
is the head, for? a harbor for a steam
ship line which shall communicate
The German steamer Ramses, ce
with ports on the Eastern coast of tho
of the Kosmos line freighters, is e-j United States and South America,
ported will bring a shipment of Soiiil "The harbor' Is perfectly fitted to
American nitrates to this port, accai-j make a coaling station. The water 13
Ing to a cable received here yestr- sufficiently deep and the channels are
day. The Ramses is understood tq)e straight enough to admit the largest
well laden with European cargo pr w arships, while at the same time there
discbarge atHonolulu. The Rames, is sufficient protection for the smallest
should reach here along the midie ' submarine or torpedo boat to be per
ol June, according to present calcia- fectly protected from any stress of
tions. : .; . ';' ; J weather." i
'. ' , J It was recalled that Aral was head
"We call that gitf Juarez. "WhJ?" of a steamship company that tried to
"She's been captured six times ais ' get a station In Lower California about
We offer choice; tender BEEF and VEAL of the primest
quality at the lowest poetible prices.: r
It Is no trouble for us to give you a CHOICE CUT because
we have. them in. stock. ; I ;
Send us your orders today. Our telephone number 3451.
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A reBabte pnvwatlaa wtta roc
CMrfol camt tatH an uA abraik
Sirolln Is sold In 75c and
11.00 bottles by all lead
ing druggists or can be
obtained from the Hollis
ter Drug Co., Honolulu.
New Line of
"DEL MONTE- CANNED GOODS
Table Fruits and Vegetables.
KAIMUKI GROCERY CO.
Cor. Walalae Road and Koko Head
Avenue ' Phone 3730.
ARTISTS' MATERIALS AND
on Hotel Street
11 MC Jii
We have all that is good for. the table;' just what the palate of
the epicure' craves and charge no more than you are asked' to
pay forordinary meats.
Uetropolitan Heat Ilarliot
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. DON'T OVERLOOK
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WHEN YOU CALL YOUR
" MAY 25th, for ONE WEEK only,
The Famous American
If you enjoy a good laujh don't fall
to see Cressy-
Late of the Boston Symphony Soeiety
tow years ago.
a, r -fj r. rj vrrKrx I ntptf Moving PirtnrM
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Robinson Bldg. :;- V King Street Box and Logs Seats St.CO
SATURDAY May 31, 1913
At 12 o'clock noon.
At my salesroom, corner of Fort and
Queen streets, opposite H. Hackfeld
& Co., instructed by Mr. J. F. Colburn
I will sell at public auction
THE CORNER OF
South and Halekauwila
Containing an area of ."073 sq. ft.,
'".'' With :
Fine Warehouse Site
Streets are made. In a 8hort while
you will not be able to buy this prop
erty for double what you will be able
to purchase It at on Saturday, May 31.
0. A. STEVEN, Auctioneer
I am favored with Instruction to
sell the whole of the Household Furni
ture contained in the residence of Mrs.
A. Pfotenhauer, Nuuanu Valley, oh
Tuesday, June 3, 1913. j
Particulars in later advertisement
Saturday, May 31 1913
12 o'clock noon.
At my salesroom, corner Fort and
Queen streets, opposite II Hackfeld
& Co., I will sell
Lots 1, 2, 3,4, 5, 6,
FOR SALE AT
0. A. STEVEN,
Adjoining the Fort. Ruger property.
vviiv inane iiiic viiiLnru lain 11. r
Electric: cars will eventually iiass j
v lthin two blocks of these lots.
Satairday, May 31, ISO
i At My Salesroom.
0. A. STEVEN,
0. A. STEVEN, Auctioneer