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nOKOLULU STAR-BFIXETIN, MONDAY. ,t.X. 19. 10U. a ..9 V I ., V V 2 Suckling Pigs FOR SALE 52 Kukui St. Club Stables Limittd Tel 1H. A FULL LINE OF Go-Carts AT Coyne Furniture Co.. Alexander Young BIdg. 1053 to 1059 Bishop St. Ye Liberty Theater "THE CRIMSON CROSS" THE GREAT THREE-REEL TURE FILM. FEA- GRONNA BILL IS EXPLAINED AND TEXT IS GIVEN Bijou Theater FEATURE FILMS LIVELY FIGHT ON BUILDING iMALII COMMITTEE PLANNING CIVIC LAW IN HILO CONVENTION, I9I4 ation of the amendmeuts uf thf-founding ordinance took up .ilmos: iwn days of the time of t!: supervisors J at their last meo:ing. matter neer j progressed furthe: tli.vi 8voi' read-; ing and action was tn'ii Ueferrod un til a future sci-.ii. ACCOMPANIED WITH ORCHESTRA TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. THE vo n H AM M-YO U N G CO., LTD., Honolulu Don't Mitt This Chance. CROWN BICYCLES ONLY $30 Empire Theater THE HOUSE OF GREAT Motion Pictures MATINEE AND NIGHTLY PERFOR MANCES HONOLULU CYCLE RV CO. .180 South. Klng'SL YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE Phone 3022. , , MONUMENTS , . . and all kinds ..of tnartle work', cleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable . prices.; i Call for Zimmerman at J. C AXTELL'S Alakea Street Honolulu Soda Water Co. ''-' Limited. " ' Chat. E. Frashtr, Mgr. 1 v. Stationery, You're Proud to.lrite On ARLEiIh's on . Hotel Strtet Rose Beads In All Colors HAWAII A SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. . . - . ' - ; ; - Young Building . H. Afong Co., : JTEX'S li FtriixiSHIKGS ; ; a jo shoes :-y: HOT Eli Wner BETHEL I ' The Gigantic Slaughter Sale Is 8tIU on at 152 Hotel Street M.'R.V8 E N.N - TTIiito T7inga GOT IT AT THE GROCER'S. ir 5 A ;THE; , ?'REGALH MA- - RINE ENGINE " The Fisherman's ; ' Favorite , HENRY E. WALKER, . Agent. ' Tel 1661' Box 633 Kawalahao Street Yee Chan & Co., - DRY GOODS AND V v : : :) ; HEX'S FCRMSHIXGS Qpraer Klny and Bethel , ri' '' ; J FnoTOGCAPrtar 11 Wood-Worklng Operations , . possible with the UNIVERSAL WOOD-WORKER 'v.'''-. ; : Write to-' - ' ' - Honolulu Iron Workt Co, SlS for A M E R I Q A N DRY GOODS COMPANY "'I Cheapest Prices In Town. S2 Hotel St..:: Near Bethel ... .. . -- I "LILY OF FRANCE" CORSETS MERRIL SILK' UNDERWEAR MME. 2EAVE Young Hotel ; ; P. H. BURNETTE Commlsaloner of Deeds for California nd New York: NOTARY PUBLIC: , Draws Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of 8ale, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1846. IF YOU WISH" TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS AiTWhere, at Any Time, Call on or write EC.OAKE'8 ADVERTISING AGENCY 124 Sansome Street . San Francisco! New Line of FANCY GROCERIES Table Frnita and Vegetables. KAIMUKI GROCERY CO. Cor. Wai lae Road and Koko Head Arenoe. Phone 37301 YEE YI CHAN CHINESE RE8TAURANT Chop Suey and other Chinese dishes' erred at reasonable prices, 119 Hotel Street, Near Maunakoc (npstain) Art Pictures HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING & SUPPLY CO. Bethel SC nff HoteL Phone 3126 Every Kind of Tool For all Trades LEWERS A COOKE, LTD. 8TAK.BCLLETI3 tilTS IUL Anti-Saloon League Agent Shows That No Discrimina tion Against Poor Is Carried An explanation of the Gronna bill, cow pending in Congress, which pro hibits the selling of Intoxicants in Hawaii, together with the text of the bill, is given in a statement i6ued Saturday by George W. Paty, local agent of the Anti-Saloon Iague of Hawaii. Mr. Paty said: "The original Gronna bill was in troduced in the senate April 2'J, 1912, by Senator Gronna of North Dakota. That the conditions of this bill which may at no distant da'e become a law in this territory are not understock is evident by the many questions ask ed me about it. Can't I get a drink?' "Certainly. Order it from Califor nia. Germany. France or any other place; but don't order more than you want for your wn consumption and those who may be your guests in your own home, for you are not allowed to give it to the general pub lic. Some say this gives a rich man c chance to buy. but not the poor man. If a man's can't afford to buy a case of whiaky or a barrel of beer from the coast he certainly can't afford to rpepl his money for drink in the sa loon. Don't try to order it for others, for if you do it will be confiscated. - ' "The agency established by the time has coiue this part of tie Gronna bill provides for all the needs city should be requiieJ to comply with of the community in the medical line, j lestrictious imposed in the business j tteaa this dm carefully and don ti section. The auiiu.n? believe all you hear about it by its enemies. "These facts are published not that tre expect this law to become effect ive this month or next but in order tha.t the general public may be prop erly informed on this subject." The bill is as follows: "A bill to prohibit selling of intoxf eating beverages in the territory of Hawaii. "Be it enactul by the senate- and lionse of representatives of the Unit ed States of America in Congress as sembled: 4 -"That any person , except agents hereinafter specified, who shall man-j ufacture or 6ell, directly or indirect ly, or expose for sale, or advertise as for sale in said territory any spiritu ous vinous, malt or fermented liquors, cr any intoxicating beverages of any kind whatsoever, or shall knowingly allow such manufacture or . sale, in fchop, hotel, restaurant, drug store, building, or premises which he owus or controls, or shall give a wy any intoxicating drinks except to bona fide guests of his own private resi lience, and where such residence shall not be a public resort, shall be pun ished by a fine not exceeding five hundred dollars and imprisonment for not less than one month nor more than five years, with the forfeiture to the territory of all liquors and bar loom fixtures and furniture found on! the premises. The governor is here by directed to enforce the provisions of this section, and it shall be the duty oC'Mstrict attorneys and of all execu tive officers to prosecute the viola tions of this act. "Section 2. That for a second or subsequent conviction the fine and imprisonment shall be double that of the preceding conviction, and in case of a landlord, the third offense in the same building shall be punished in addition to forfeiture of the building to the territory. Section 3. That an agency for the sale of alcohol for mo-Hcinal purposes ehall be established by the governor cf the territory In Honolulu and such ether towns as he may designate, un der such rules as he may make, in charge of agents he shall appoint, who shall give adequate bonds to sell only on prescription of a licensed physi cian, such prescription to be filled but once, and to keep accurate register of every sale, showing the purchaser and the amount sold, which register shall be open to public inspection. "Section 4: That all other laws in conflict with the provisions of this set are hereby repealed. "Section 5: That this act shall take effect three months after its en actment." 'iX'r r ril'lrrL Garden Island Determined to iwaKe uatnenng a Big suc cess Wailuku Notes Spr-cia! Star-HnUtin Corrvspoinl- nr WAILUKU. Maui. Jan. 16 Qn Wednesday afternoon of this week the The supervisor culled a public L? 7v,. Z', . ITr."-- met to discuss ways and means for! the civic convention to be held on! Maui this year. The full committer pether by F. F. Baldwin, the members discusscl informally the whole affair. It was at last decided to hold the big Maui convention July 4th to 6th inclu sive. The full list of officers and com mittees is as follows: mi uhi,.!,' F- F- Baldwin, chairman: H. U. Pen hallow, vice-chairman: 11. W. Rice, treasurer; E. R. Bevfns, secretary. R. A. Wadsworth. J. J. Walsh and E. R. Revins were appointed a committee to make general arrangements for the convention, draw up a program and plan for the entertainment of the vis itors. Wm. Searby wa3 appointed a committee of one to reserve accom-' modations. H. B. Penhallow, R. A. Wadsworth and E. R. Bevins were ap pointed a cewnmittee for a "get-together" dinner, which is slated fori meeting in ord ?r to hear the iijVc tions to the t.'..lT;i n in its pics'-nt form and a in.:Vr of Hi!. w-n were present to d-?ffi'l ' (O'lJtun ihe county act. Atno t.; ilios' .ho w-ro 'nterested i.-. sulij'it an 1 wtj present were Cip'm.'i bnvel. II. H. Mariner, A. Lindsay, George Day, G. II. Vicars. R 'l Ci -1 tohu lii.l.mn terg. N. C. Wil.'fiui; Jo'.n Si,ir nnd E. F. Nichoii. Mariner p-.-s ! , m reads as foilr.v: "I move thar IXstrift 2 L- extruded to include one huii'lrod (100) fef-l cn th Puna si'i' of Kini Mrc't fr:;n Pitman to w:r-m m hundnvl ilOO) leet of LrideO stnet; thence in a toutheasterb di:-?oion and pfuallel to the center lin: or .IrMi'e stie.M t. ii point in t'.:o center line of Kt-haid-son street ert n -;i thetico u.ik n to the conic of Brid- sii.'c-t " Day opijci.'d tno motioti .n tho erouri(i ::nt ttir- nniite .if I'iMsp -iu ixM:.M .tinn h. ,h.i " ....t Feb- 5th. H. W Rice was allowed to: believe anyone wa:i.. to nave to appoint his finance committee to raise huf.i a pnrmmtMi irnn hnmo Ho the wherewithal for the big affair. .leclared: "I don't think 'hat the MauI I United In her determination big success. i ordinance is The central Maul ministers met yes- alright the way it standr, he con- terday at the Paia Hawaiian church.; eluded. Several of those present gave out Mariner cont.'!,ieJ that in ruse a lines of the chapters In I Corlnthiana.1 house should a destroyed by fire on Rev. A. Craig Bowdlsh delivered the Bridge street tt wouM be profitable first in a series of lectures on the fcr the owner to construct a business "History of the Early Church." Rev.l structure, rathe" than a residence. R. B. , Dodge read a paper upon the John Kal corrobjratH this by stating "Relation of First an.l Second Corin-' that he knew some of the resideuta in thians." and spoke particularly of the that district were contemplating the meaning and divisions of the second erection of business houses. , book. Lunch was served by the la- Willfong was one of those who be- dies of the church at 'one of the re lieved that the ordinance was al- taurahts. right in Its present form. He said! ' '- there was no need for a change. the Women's Aid Society met on Scott had a number of changes he Thursday with Miss L. Merriam at warned maae. ne is inieresieu m ine the AJexanden House, The meeting construction of the Spreckels' build- was a musical one in charea of Mrs. ing aul wanted an Interpretation as Carrie Weight, who sang a solo, and' xo wrnai consuiuiea a root, uuituiim ntsses Keola and Hoffmann played a Inspector Vannatta holds, that a roof piano duet. Afterwards a contest was la not only the coverlns bat also the KeI, the object of which wag to name rafters and all supporting timbers, correctly the selections played on the Southworth has an opposite view. piano. Refreshments closed the pleas Following some discussion a motion ant afternoon's program, was made,toi make tj the 'ordJnane'rj - . WE ARE WILLING TO TAKE THE TIME TO SHOW YOU The Automobile and Carriage Washer This is a contrivance for holding the sponge, which attaches to your water hese, affording a contir.ueus supply of clean water. Price Complete with Sponge $2.50 Benson, Smith & fn Ltd. The Rexall Store I Fort and Hotel Streets r . . TT? mcmeiiias FORMS FOR CERTIFICATES 5 required under the Federal Income Tax law have been printed by the Honolulu Star-. Bulletin, Ltd; . , 4- Send your orders to either . : TKe Alakea St or Merchan t S t. office Miss Gertrude Payne, teacher of. read roof covering .instead of Joat rXx 7 m 7'Wm Hterature In the San Jose If this was not made it would require . . . - .u fnr an us waB , nui, u' thinrt "orhial achooU paid a visit for a w the expenditure of several thousand , !;-. D' v. mv "Lbl,tile. !t8 ! bid friend of hers. Miss Payne is on r . i h ii. rtV Tr. her way to .the. Orient.--She-expres. the building as the Ef. ed herself as thoroughly delighted After the first Scott motion for t -4 Rev. . J. C. 'Cannon, classmate in , - fj nPj,n0 nas oeen visiung uuuge buu changed so wood, couTl be used .tor Klngaoury for a few days W 1 ...nnvr.! I ' - and he demanded of r ve "u I "1. 7?:,- classes ai oi. auiuuu; tuuuu vu Bohnenberg Scott as to how he knew what the ex treme limit of the cost of the Spreck els building .would be. Scott ans wered only that he knew. Feb. 23th. SANTO ANTONIO SOCIETY - PAYS LARGE SUM IN BENEFITS DURING 1913 The Inter-Island steamer Maui has been placed on the berth to take cargo for Mahukona and Kawaihae, IF MEALS HIT BACK AND STOMACrl SOURS "rape's DIapepstIn" ends Indltrrstlon, lias, Dyspepsia and Momacn jus en In fire minutes The' annual' renort of the Santo Antnntn Snciptv showa that durine If what you Just ate is souring on the year 1913 benefits to the amount your stomach or lies like a lump of of $69,249.85 were paid out by that lead, refusing to digest, or you belch organization. This amount included gaa and eructate sour, undigested maintenance of members in hospit- food, or have a feeling of dizziness, als. includine surgical ooerations heartburn, fullness, nausea, bad taste and all sick benefits. $19,272.05: oen- in mouth and stomach headache, you sions to invalided members, $6988.80; can get blessed relief in five min funeral benefits, $630; to wid- utes. ows of members deceased during Ask your pharmacist1 to show you the year, $3679.50; to widows of de- the formula plainly printed on these ceased members, $38,729.50. Receipts fifty-cent cases of Pape's Diapepsln, from all sources for the year amount- then you will understand why dyapep ed to $81,152.92. tic trouble of all kinda must go, and Following are the officers who why they relieve sour, out-of-order were installed last Friday evening: stomachs or indigestion in five mln- M. C. Pacheco, president; J. C. Gril- utes. "Pape's Diapepsln" Is harmless. ho, vice-president; M. R. Pereira, tastes like candy,, though each dose secretary; M. R, Bisho, treasurer; will digest and prepare for assimlla rrembers of the supreme board, A. P. tion into the blood all.' the food you Rego, J. C. Cabral., Jr., and M. Yas- eat; besides, it makes you go to the consellos; board of directors, J. Cae- ta.ble with a healthy appetite; hut, tano, J. F. Spinola, F. Teva3, A. Ornel-jwhat wfll please you most, is that you las and M. J. Pereira; auditing com-( will feel that your stomach and intes mittee: H. Pereira; officers of di-j tines are clean and fresh, and you will rectors, J. Caetano, chairman, and J. not need to resort to laxatives or liver Spinola, secretary. pills for biliousness or constipajtipn. This city will: .have Vmanr "PP PFRMANPrMHr-AND Biapepsln" cranks, as some people will rcnmHliCNUC Miiu call them, but you, will be enthusias- bnlbnlo UlbtAot tic about this splendid stomach pre- We have been asked if the recoveries aration, too, If you;ver ;take It for in Bright's Disease made by Fulton's Indigestion, - gases, . heartburn, sour Renal Compound are permanent. Many ness, dyspepsia or. any : stomach ; mi8 cases have established permanence. ery. ;' --'i ,-J 5 For instance in the case of R. M. Get some how, this minute, and rid Wood, Editor of the Wine and Spirit yourself of stomach trouble and In- Review of San Francisco, Cal.: It was digestion in five minutes. advertise- twelve years ago that "the most noted .ment.-:; . analysist in San Francisco" establ ish- wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimm i- editor's physician told him that medi-' OXkOXlXOO ciue wuuiu uui avail iiiui uiu nuviscu him to go to Santa . Barbara. He dropped from 225 to less than 190 pounds in a short while. On his re turn he was put on Fulton's Renal Compound and not only made a recov ery but the reality and permanence of it may be judged from the fact .that he is well at this writing, January, 1913.1 If you have Bright's Disease do youf .a. ; . t XI ( " . More goods .when !stc res lighted.' are are sold welt r Stores are well; lighted :'wheir equipped" with 4" Vf5TINGHOU5E MAZOA : H - L4MPS WESTINCHOUSE ' MA2. ,DA LAMPS art . sold 'by Elecirlc Co , Lid. . And. their .Telephone p--f Number ; is. 343 1. ' V " rjonolala's Largest Cxelsjfrt ' not owe it to yourself flxotoi-n:jfi?? y Fulton's Renal Compound 'before f L'iV.ura acctm laiia. -v i . vingup. ; -UffllJ Vt:SB Ask for Damnhlet or write C John Xf i J : f t v IJ try giv Silk and Cotton Toe A E?A NES ElB A Z A A I a. 11SO-1184 Fort; Street uOpp. Catholic Church' - v -? - i -- ...... , - , . . TO AND FRO4 ALL LINES OF TRAVEL;( . Beat Equipment In the city far this Lino cf Work. TiLim, Co 3 Opposite Lew era A Ccok. '.'I ; .74' 3. 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