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HONOLULU RTAn nULLETINMOXDAWKOViOia. ; rim TRIBUTE PAID PRO IS D FOR THE PLAYHOUSES Masonic Tempi '- i. K - a ' ; t- 4 -V - L. - . . .. .. . if - . ITccWy Caenia;r VOFDiTt llonolula Lodge, 403. Ftatcd. TUESDAY i, A TTED5ESDaYi Hawaiian Lodge No. 21. First Degree. TirmsDATt Honolulu Commander; 7:t0 1. m. Regular. Honolulu Lodge No. 4i3. Third Degree.-:- .;., v. -' ' SATURDAYS I tarmony Chapter, O. E. 3 ueguiar. . V t All visiting members of the order are cordially, tnvl ted to at tend meetings of local lodges. nOXOLCLC LODGEtll, B. P. 0.Xi :'. llonolula . Lodge No ' 16. . B.- P. 0. Elks meets In their halt, oi HP .-l King SL. V . Visiting -! St, near- Fort, Friday evening ...... J I i L. COKE, E. a : - H. DUNKUEE, Set' Meet on tire 2xu ' and 'r4U ? UonT 4 ay s ;.'ct eacl month at K" P . v.Hall, 71 PrIB' : '':' Member f - nth . ' ...,.. Utrtse Lrrlsecn r Association! ; . DcscricLU art cordially. 1 Aimlztloa rlted to attend. ; i TTn. rtHJIlET JEODGE VcC ,. ccf r. - i T Meets every lit and 2d Tuea fo.. ( r - A day etenlng at. 7:33 o'clock 1 - I ? K. cf P. Hall, cor. Fort an - . ..V. ' Ceretanla. Visiting trothen ccrdIIy in-rlted to attend. .:? . - - : A. IL AJIRENS, a C. ' L. a REEVXS, Kl IL 8. . l t ; C050LtLU LOGE Ko. 803, v k ; - l; o .jl . . : , III meet at thciuome, corner Fori and Beretanla Street, every : Friday ctening at 7:S0 o'clock. ' -v ;W;-- Visiting brothers cordially LarUed to attend.' - . . -. ; ; , CLEM K. QTJINN, DlcUtor.' JAIIES W. LLOYD. Secty. f N CVV OAHU 'CARRIAGE; M FQ. CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Car rlage.and Wagon Materials and . : Supplies;: j i-jli Ctrrlaje Makers -en- Cenerst. ftrpalf era, Talntinc, :-ClacksmlthIn3ti Woodworking andvTrlmmlnj ,; Qxjcea St nr. Prison Road tree!:. ut 1 The Vorlue lo. ; ; , LEALAN1WKCBEY. : : : Jutt received from the malaJandi ex ceptional, bargains. ' In ladles, child ren' ' goods, underwear, . dresses. Waists -''r XAUAni cor. STJTTAXU ST. TeL 4761 ' i-ri UUli, cor. Vineyard Union Electric Co.; Enslneerlnj and Contrattlna. . Peer, less Preserving Paint and Roof Con trasts. Carpenter Work and Supplies. Y. H. JO H N ............. Proprietor MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. 7-PLY DANDY: Garden 'Hoss: Can 'Be Found At ' - - . CITY MERCANTILE CO . ; 24 Ifotel St., nr. Nuusnu.: -; f , ALOHA DRUG CO., Formerly the Talseldo Drug Co is t t :riow located al v Fort and Beretanla Streets, : ; v -,4 Opp. Fire . Station. v- J .; - HONOLULU COLLECTION AGENCY AND COMMISSION. BROKERS. Union and Hotel Sts. TeL 4588. Reference. Bureau, Collections, At : tachments. Suits and Claims 4. No fee or registration. . MAE E. vMcKAY, , General Manager. F O RD EALE R S ! Societe Chocolats BELLINGER i 4 HOTTEL 75 Pauahl St ' :' Phone 2529 - A Chicago man hid . three stolen j chickens In his hollow cork leg and - almost, escaped. - V Xmas Candies MANUEL ABREU One of the largest faceral .corteges i ever seen la Ifonolula was that which jesieraay aiiemoon esconea; me re mains of Manuel D. Abrea. inspector cf weights and measures for the po lice department, bo passed away Friday as the result. of a bullet wotnJ lnflictea L Ferguson, a deserter trom the 4th cavalry, to a, flower-lined grave in tbe 'Kallhl cemetery, where l hey were laid to rest following a sin pic 1 serv lec ; read by father Rodrl cnea. . . ', More', than 300 persons gathered at tlte late pclice'. officer's ome to pay l heir last respects to the dec;ased, and they later joined in a solemn pro cession to the place of IntermenL Re presentatlvcs ,from three fraternities were present, namely. Loyal Order of Moose. Court Camces No,' 8116, A O. F and the LusJtana Society. ; Many 1 eautiful floral ttrlbutes were in evi dence, the most Impressive one "be in t hat : from the : po!ico " department, which was a "set piece of calla .71!ies with the word ."police". Inscribed In the "flowers across it- Practically every . member; cf the " poller depart meni'sent a lken cV remembrance and great 'i wreaths bl flowers ; from the Moose and Lus'tsna Society, wer placed Across e casket. Throughout Saturday .night the scJptVa rf ,whlrh Abreu .was member, held., the night watch over 1 he ceff in, ; A squad of police in 'uniform were the' pallbear ers, which was led hy Captain Charles II. , Baker, : and . fpllo wing : this group came the members of the department, attired ;In civilian clothes.4. The ; en tire procession was led by the mount ed patrol, uniformed and dismounted. Brief services were held at the graye. PRINCIPAUHOUIAM ? SCHOOL RECOVERS ; ' 7V , FROM DIABETES XttlX'i? -.tt r 'v ,.;'' It. was nearly three years ago when tfce physicians attending X J. Psnne- npkr. PrinHnal nf th schools of Ho- qulam,' Wash agreed that they; could J do nothing nore for blm. . He . was broken down with Diabetes and -was believed to be-Incurables Testa show- ed 4 per cent of susar. ' A recent letter Is as follows: , .' : 5'v i U- . rHoqulam. Wash,; April 5, 19ll "John J. Fulton Co., Gentlemen:-: ?lt Is a long time slnca I. wrote' you but I have-not forgotten you nor the wonderful ? - good' Fulton's - Diabetic , Compound .has done almost dally Inquiries pound that cured me to ask for some more ture. II. call,' myself w am .still taking, the. v"Ybura'-irulv. '.;- ; J. J. PENNEFACKER.? If you' have . Diabetes and -f are' of middle age or overdo you not owe.lt to- yourself and family to try Fulton's Rsnal Compound.: : ' V JC- ': K'.' -Ask for pamphlet or write John J. Fulton i Co: San Francisco . adver tisement; .-f ...i.',-',' t'-'';'-. v 4,478,098 PORTUGUESE: v IN ILLITERATE CLASS -"-.;,v ' ' iBjr . Latest-Mail LISBON, Portugal - . Just-'about three-fourths of the. Portuguese people can neither, read nor write, a6cordlng to the latest official census, , which shows that In Portugal, ' Madeira and the Azores there was a total popula tlon.of 5,960,)56. ; of whoni , 4,478,038 were totally illiterate. . There are 2, 828.C91 men am 3,1 J1.365. women, v f i The, Americans . living in Portugal, 1645, outnumber the Italians, ot-whom there are 547, and the Germans,; who have 969, and are nearly as numerous as the ' French colony rwlth 1832. The population of Lisbon is 435,359 and Oporto 194,009. - ' ;- isoA Gtoorno Electric Rotiii Roach Paste THE NATIONAL RAT KILLER Beady for trse. Better than traps. . Sold by Drnggbta( 2e mnA $1-00 ient direct, ckarjet picp-dd.oi recent of prlca. ' MONEY BACK 1? IT FAILS SUanu' Eloctrie Pato Co., Chicago, IIL Giraini(dl- Fort Street about the Com: H.;f;w andl am writing -- pyouT':;Utra - . i mm m . - - -f : v atfrtf. Japanese jo r;," '- r ; . ; . , ' " . ' ' :: -Xv'-.- . : .-v ' " ;.-.'.V''" . ' ' .' - ' i ' ' ' i ' ' ' i' One cf the "Chicks' now. playing BIJOU THEATER ; Monte Carter will ; open his sixth week of a!. highly successful business at , the. BIJou theater ; tonight present Ins -Izsy, -thes Smuggler." -Judging. from press notices that have boen re- 1 , vi. 1 . . . v been ' presented before, this - week V mainland and -In Europe wiU be: fea will be, even bireer than anr nrpvimia ? tured at the ' afternoon . - and oyenlng one, ' While touring In his auto v with " Ws friend Schultr, Izry;has a break- down near . the Mexican : border . and immediately In front of he U. S. cus toms office. :: While , there :he la" per suaded by a j Mexican to join him In smucellne Chinese, across the' border. Imagine the fun thatiwill ensue when Uzy Is caught In the act of smuggling a Chinaman across the border . ,n " ' JSfi'lraiffi nearly scalped fcy.some Indians - who ably handled , by; the members; of the I for me; Iave," '"T" "lo. that oomoany uT reMmentitorders ? ai. annouga 1 , v t . T .CceXortte feci .r I'&'i: Customs JofflcerA-OthoK parts' will 'te WtJOrpcraU, vice; Dougheriy resigned. . er, , mIlk to do lth; company.' '. ;-:' , -. ., -- lo D -corpo raivice o ijupoieuin-j, i given the purest milk In the world, The ftrio will ; orer ineir ; specialty ntoted. jih. ht&: e-f ; and yet, : bitten s by this 1 flycontract- comprising ;a medleyon; the latest V. Private William. Kf;Dean,K$c be cp -:J-popular songSw'; Otherx musical nunJ-.;-PcraUi.vlcBroo symptoms are paralysis of the bers will be especially strong as they ? f-.ThoiprogTmrorV.tpiittt'i.concort,;- muscljes, - deafness, dumbness, v Inabll will all be of -an; original iand-novel beginning at 7:30, Is, as follows: Jlty to, move arma and legs.) Healthy nature. , . 'There's a Girl Im the- Heart t. of - Maryland" will H bel rendered by , Walter Spencer and Frank,; Harrlng-' ton will sing "Tepee Land," Miss Del" Estes will offer "The: Pony" Express"! body's Moon but Mine." Geo.rch- er, the favorite balladist, will render- ? Gee,; I Wish: That ItvWas Me.4The show:-Iff laid in threo'f scenear'ithd '-tbe' scenic artist' has prepared some ; ar-1 tlstlc settings.. '.v.. -n-i- r j -ft,- - EMPIRE THEATER i Of the vaudeville 'acsr featured at the ; Empire s theater- during the past year the ' Quaint Q's Quartette, which is now entering upon its third, week at the Hotel street, playhouse,- can.? be said to have inet "with the genuine ap preciation from" a "large gathering' of patrons. The attractive program of melodies, topical , and; late songs, -incorporated, in an extensive Tepertoirp? continue ta please thbse; whoj gathef nightly at the theater. There is s vein ; of humor running .through the turn that has proved refreshing, j With the beginning, of the week, the quar tette cf clever . young men will . off ar a : new bill. In terminating their en gagement in this . city the Quaint Q's will go to the mainland and become affiliated With : one - of the . - largest vaudeville circuits there.. Local play-goers will be interested! in the announcement that Roscoe Ar-' buckle, the big, fat, good-natured co median, who for some weeks delighted patrons of the Grand Opera House during the Ferri3 Hartman encase ment, has joined the grand army'ot performers who now . devote their sole time to. the presentation cf mov ing picture pJays. - Arbuckie is asso ciated wiih one of the largest studi.-JF and producing companies on the coast It is said - that the" obese comedian. Sale off Now Oe : I This Week Only Opp. Catholic Church , - :"V."7--'- 1 : , . . . I- . mmmTmm . . .. I a at the BIjofc with the Honte Carter Co. who possesses a. wide circle of friends in this city, will be seen to advantage in several comedy! films, soon to , be shown at jthe : Empire theater mbn? the;' number of first-run pictures now ruie ai mis nouse. r..-' . A new; topical . budget of pictures showins imDortant haDDening-a. on the performances. , I -t 7 ;r;t . t , . ,V ,v ; " i Fott Shcft&Notz i .--8 ;- ' Special Star-Bulletin Crtre8iond.Bt;ej . I ; vrt4 etr a ic-tt f -v-V Vh Jlrrnn th mminendatfonof. ttommand- M, .r. Jl'.',, lllllUIliLllHl A11U O. U ULUU LUCU LO IL1 D - Lane- Corporal vWlaIa A.Kapp March-r-The - Liberty 3e4L . : Brooke r Overture---Hungariari;.Comedy..:ii.,-.v , I r s Keiar-B -Bela ' Spring-; Song;. .'.ft , RumoreBque Auij S a'. ft Mndelssobn Aui S Smssesr. .'.'-.V feelection--Alma, Wu 'i Wohnst Du ? v . : 1 - r. Briquet ; Valse-Ccmedie. rAmouti . .Colin. y ilPInalo - Tlie : Internattonal i Ragr;Berlln;;'lons., occupied . the attention, of .medir -y-; . ;;;' '; m o" ' .:::4.: v i fl HHll ITl'fs I AYATIVPu ; ; QYPir nc ClfiQ" iDle8 an1 other breeding places of flies v O I nur.gr riUO and them t repeatedly sprayed -': :i i ?: ? ;V- " ; .vt- ' :: with ';- a : disinfectant , that, will : break They iloTe to fake It andU It doesn't up and ; prevent the hatching of fly thnrm the tender little stomach, ' .eggs. The ; leaving "of this task tt . . .v Ihcr and bowels. ' ,;; , j Private effort will hardly bring com- r" fa coat . ed a gentle, thorougn v 1 4 your litUe one's stomach fspqat " ?su aiso oe JitiUs a sure sign the stpmacllivt cleansing at once. When your chlld , ""Z:' TnnZZ rr; t - .m-u ii.irf ,, naanf ' hese who were unable to be pres- 3ft.PS :andtn6sewho:werefortuunate fintL ISSfcta '52 Enough to . hear w Marion - Dowsett ; IhriT Tfflrtit, concert will be pleased ! cold, throat sore, or -If leverisny tw M J: tv.nt -- , ' a.,- to hear that she has consehted to a teaspoonful of . California syrup, ot -- x-v faw ,nnrt. n ttm, sive another concert on November. ilgs, and In a few hours au the ciogf. Q . . v...,, - ct,-. -' ged-up,,constlpated .waste, our and undigested food will gently move therewUl bTnStition cutiof.the bowels,.and.you5have a SrSalST well-playfnl;child ' . S i Sick children needn't be coaxed to' tne mainland, this will be the last take this harmless "fruit; laxative." time to hear this talented singer for Millions of mothers keep 1$ handy be- some time. - . ' cause they know its action on the sto-j v '; 't'mm ' ' '. mach, liver and bowels ; is jpfompt and) would you help a friend who suffers sure. They also know--a i little; given with teadache? Tell him or her to today, saves a sick child tomorrow try Steams' Headache Cure, which af. Ask your arugglst for. a 50-cent bpt- fords very quick relief from the throb tie of "California Syrup of. Figs," Ding pain. It Is the best headache which contains directions for ; babies, cure in the world and, cures millions cnimren or an ages ana ior grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Beware of coun- terfeits sold here. Get the genuine, made by California Fig Syrup Com-. pany. Jion't be fooled! i K. Isosliima, King Street uriTU a nAmmirr - m m mm am simii i m mm . - , - - - - - - - - - . - - - . i. - - - . m Rather Informal' but productive of some interesting speeches was the an nual dinner "of the Bar Association of 'the Hawaiian Islands held at the, Al exander - Youns hotel on Saturday ! evening. The toasts were short and to nhe point and an address of much interest closed the scheduled program. President Frank E." Thompson serv ed a& toastmaster. Judge W. J., Rob inson spoke on The Bench" and A. Li? C Atkinson on "The Bar." George A. Davis also spoke. v p. L.;Withlng- ton's address ; was on "SittlichkelL1 the; namebeins 'taken from the ad dress recently. delivered before the American r: Bar Association annual ! meeting, in 'Montreal by Viscount Hal : oane, Jord high chancellor of Great Britain. Freely translated. "SiUlIch keit - means "Higher Nationality." and - deals with broader cltlsenship and with a code of conduct a higher than written or common law.- It was on this theme that Attorney Wlthlnj : ten spoke.'"-' ; -'; !' Source of Infant Paralysis Dis- - WWWWtWM Uj IIUI WtlW .. Professor ... -; --.-, . v.-; ay iciest auiu . v .. - v - : t NEW YORK.--While physicians of the city medical health department and ' practitioners ' around town have been entirely at sea as td the ' cause of the dread seizures of Infantile para- jjBia euuiti uwvu ur, mutt? Viivj vuii dren;,and even respiting in thedeath Vf a "man' aged ' twenty-nine - 'years. sThls matter: has been settled beyond t all doubt 'by Prof. Roseneau. 'of Har4 vard University,.1 who has isolated the. r bacteria "of it; and explains the dls-- j ease in his -new book on . preventive medicine, He finda that U;e 'cause Is the bite of the ordinary sUbl fly. which carries the germs of thla af "8 troboscls;ut is but fa; to. some Montreal-doctors; of medl- . . But ln thIs . child may be children aro Suddenly , seized by this : affliction and rendered helpless. They first become Irritable for three v or four, days,; then . become t silent and, still. 'Acute cases . even end In death. looked to , make a ' more or ; lesf com- Plete recovery -'-The prevention of this pest has cat men, r and the assertion ; is made L ' piet results, but' It will help. The UOU8e n' suoum aiso oe ex.iernunatea Gf headaches every year. Insist "Stearns'." advertisement mat . : ) on STAB-BTJLLETnf GIVES YOU TODAY'S NEWS TODAY. j;. i Near. Bethel Street - STABLE FiBITEl : CAUSES DREAD t siiiiisrlisFJsi F gifts choice yi delicately aliry.. It taste because; it "is J sense because y ft !?tr Our designs ) are inclusive, " and - the articles cover the widest ranee from the little individual ;piece to ' ; complete service sets. 15'" - We invite an inspection ; of oar stock. m 1 is on the way. If you are looking us susgest .' - i : -. . ' -v' 'ii i . - -. 1 ft We are displaying an entirely. new. stock cf t.'.rss ,!rr n;w signs. V They 'make suitabla holiday' glfti and are cap'tzl for rr,-;:-;. V-' 1 Priced frpm 02.25. to 020.0 0 r Makf your ;seleetlo larly wWta-fhti : ' 7: r:::k Fort and '.V , Silver VM2 1 ; 1 jTocet flenelno silver-plated tea-spoons at 1Cc each may stern ' Impossible but' that fa just, what we art offering.'- f ' ' ; wvw; sf'iy--;- '-'tv- i- 1;;,'vt; ; ; Beginning . Saturday, November8th, and continutna as long as A j they last, ws, will sell plain silver-plated, . satin-finished,; tsaspoOna at 10 cants each. (Not more than one 'dozen -to a customer.; -'-'..; ;kThse spoons are plated with real-'Silver over; a; nfeksh silver C j base-T-whlch means they - will never turn brassy.;-' ," 1,! 7'".. '' ''- '"' '-- ' mi. I . .. . , ;:;;p ic'g-p;-c'' V:' "f.;- Silver wire most-, ; suggests persoh- indicates good beautifor good r-5 (for,i c If t that can hs mailj J i. " stc stock, ii.potrplet;, ' )' C 0 ' m ZJ Hotol ; .. ! -j. - -2 ? ... ? V : -. -; m - ' ' -i ''''' ' if: ;' .