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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 101 4.
5! H.G00DII FIELD ! - "i C WILL RECEIVE PRAISE, IS REPORT OKOIE-l'HO t .- - :.- --. ' ' ... ' - ft w-,-.:-i;r.i .ii'i.!.fv'.,''.1;.':-v:::"; ". : " i " I -,r . mm A -7 r 3 rSTrAf i Siji Special designs created arid " submitted with- ! out charge for re- j.; , moiin ting, remoaen 1 n g or enriching of old uFamilyjJewels,;- Our flexible settings of pi a tin um enh ance; the individual beauty ot old gems - 7 &5 , - m EASY AND COMFORTAB LE. COTS" 0 F SK A P,$TY LE A N D WE A R- ING QUALITIES ' . J' - -Dull Calf Vamp and Black Bfrdsejre Serfle Top. y . '; r Patent Calf Vamps, Black Serge Topi,' $3.50." i "n '. . : Aftk for the FIT.EASY. .. .-. . ' Fort and Merchant. f - r f f 3 .I' ll I r. M Soli by us has eur Guarantee of purity and you are , asked .to pay no mere than for adulterations. ; 'V"v'- V "" ; : ; - i V j ' - .-. hase more bedy a flavor that is drstinctlve and is never rancid. . Ucs it for salads or for frying oysters or chicken. r:-" -; " Get PoLiia"': Pints, 60c; targe Bottles, $1.00 The Hexall Store. !, ; Fort tnd Hotel Streets Special jPur-BBlJetla CorrosporMlencel KILO, March CFalllns to agree on the tentative report proposed at the first meeting, the county probe committee has not yet submitted the flndinssi ot Its ; Investigation , of the Hawaii commissioners to the supervis ors.-; ' - -:--r Several meetings have been held to consider the draft of the report which was prepared for their approval. The first meeting was- held Wednesday evening, but there was some dissen sion beeause the report was not cen sorious enough, it is elaimedr and it was not approved. ; The absence of G. II. Vicars was another reason ; given for the failure of the , committee to agree on the report. After bis return from the volcano district yesterday morning a meeting for the middle of the day was called. This one proved as unsatisfactory as did the former and approval or disap proval of . the report was passed to a meeting which was ; held last ,nighL slon could be, reached. , I; .waa gener ally prophesied during yesterday that an agreement wou:ti be reached at the evening session and that the report would be made to-the supervisors today.;-.:; r y:.:-: v - So far as caa be learned the com mittee will rjecommend that the super visors refuse to, pay the commission ers for any Sundays or holidays. There will also be a suggestion that the supervisors look to their legal ad visor for advice as to the-legality of certain acts tirwhich'the report wilt, point , y : ;- 1 ' Several items dt mileage which, it is thought, were .wrongly, charged to the witness ' fee aocount. Is causing some criticism. The report will con tain a recommendation to the super visors that - they . make an appropria tion to employ H. Gooding. Field t carry his ... audit v of the county books up to December, 31st, 1913, "and not to March 31sC as he has contracted to do.: As a member of the commission Whether the report should censure, has explained, it Is desired to give the and accuse the commissioners - of ex- j county clean account balances ; op, to travagance- seems to be one ot the, the beginning of this year. main points of contention. All are) ' Field is the only one connected with agreed that, the committee recommend the commissioners who will come In to the supervisors to not allow pay- for any praise from the special com ment for services of the commission ers and their assistants performed be fore the commission came into being. -While all .knowledge of the report as it was first framed could only be gained by street talk, a the meetings to consider it were" not open to the public, it was teamed that there was no probability of a minority and - a majtrity report, it having been decid ed to postpone making a report to the tically states, 1s wonderful for Its supervisors until a unanimous deel- brevity. . ' ; ' ; ... - mittee.- it iar declared. . One of the county committee probers was ' asked If there was anythlngr complimentary in the report forO members of the commission: , ; ' .. . - :, : "Not so far as yon can notice," was the answer v ; , ; -. '--j The committeemen are most criti cal about the minute bock of the com missioners, which one of them sarcas- 'THAT'S VHAT THEY ALL SAY " : ) 'I Schoield Barracks; T H, : ; ';:-V- Feb. 2S, 1914. The Kodagraph Shop, Honolulu. " Please print six from eaclr of the enclosed films and return films with the prints: The prints yousent were excellent" ; : -' ' -" : ; : : Respectfully, s " '' (Signed) ROBERT DONALDSON, fc - : 2d Lt. 4tn Cavalry. ' advertisement. The services at Kaumakapill church tomorrow evening which begin at 7:30 o'clock, will v be conducted by Rev. J. P.1 Erdman. , Instrumental and vocal - music will be furnished by . the fcoys,? glee club of Kamehameha pre paratory school. - : : . A social will be held to the parish hausV of- Central Unldn church next Thursday evening by the members of the Woman's Society of that congre gallon Mrs. W. D, Westervelt Israr ranging an interesting mnsical pro gram, and a committee has been ap- : pointed to : look . after the refresh- j ments. Members of the congregation, ! as well as visitors and strangers In tne city, are cormaiiy mvitea. HEFW THE f STRONGEST I NERVE RESTORER KNOWN Some men seek for years. to' find a way to restore their health when it 1 right at; their elbow. :; . - ' . : - A gentleman . wrote us recently that he had tried an infinity of prepara tions without result before he tried Persian Nerve t Essence . and . one box of our preparation has done him more good than, anything else. He says I am very pleased to inform you that I j have ! taken one box of Persian Nerve (Essence, which has done me so much good. I now ' have & good appetite, sleep perfectly well and feel - suffi cient energy : to do any work; some thing that I could not obtain with, the infinity of preparations that I had be fore taken; without doqbt these tab" lets - are the ; strongest health restor ers up to now known, and will do much good to all sufferers of neur- j asthenia." . -.J , ,;s j TDon't experiment with "the infinity of preparations'. At the first indi I cation of nerve tcoubles try the won- aert uj oriental properties of Persian Nerve Essence, the strongest- nerve restorer known. BOilE H'lES AT OPERA HOUSE VELLRECEIVED To an ' audience which comfortably filled the Opera House last evening R. K; Bonlne presented an exc.Hant motion picture -show of typical Ha waiian scenes, depicting the principal and most interesting phases of life in the islands, especially to people Jromt the mainland.; probably, of chief in terest was the reel showing the crat er. of Kllauea in. action, both by, day and by night, with, its spouting lava geysers and tuTbulent.r waves as rest less as the waters of the sea. ' Military life at Schofield Barracks; the military parade and the beautiful floats In the recent Mid-Pacific Carni val passed in realistic review, every picture so clear tthat officers could be easily Identified and the names on, the floats couldr ' be read-. The more spectacular evefits of the military dis play, at Kapiolani Park ; were seen," such as the daring equestrian feats of the soldiers,- the horse batteries In action, and the wall scaling contest The historic portion of the Carnival was depicted with" great clarity.? The' "Wooing of .Umi and Piikea" was about as nearly . perfect as lt could be made. In addition and for good ' measure .the incident of the landing Of Kamehameha , the Great, 3 staged at last year's carnival, was flashed on ; the screen, showing with as . much picturesqueness and even greater ac tion than the portrayal ' of, the royal j Packard -Trucks are an asset. They are an investment, not a speculation. . Packard truck prices are. the fair prices which will ; insure the quality: you want, the ser vice you must have " and the nability necessary ; to protect you r irivestmen U : ! ; Packard maximum j service v qualities are your protection against the abnormal repair expense incident to the upkeep of so-termed "bargain trucks," We are not assemblers -we actually make our goods and stand behind them. We are in the truck business to stay. . We are the largest motor truck manufacturers. We built and . - C2G00 6-Ton - - 2- Ton 3-Ton sold in the last fiscal year $4,000,000 worth or Packard trucks. A uniform standard of quality and workmanship is our un compromising basis of manu facture. The bridge builder's factor of safety is embodied in every Packard vehicle. Intrinsic value, ' unequalled facilities for inspection and service, the permanency ot the Packard organization, econ- of operation, one fair to all these are the reasons why Packard trucks are predominant in 1 85 separ ate lines of trade. Sizes and body types to meet the demands of practically all branches of transportation. pmy price f t i J Among the critical bi? bnjers and continued nsrrs of Purkartl tracks ore Marshall Field & Co. Standard Oil Company Swift &. Company John Watamaker Acme Tea Company - . Anheuser-Bascli Brewing Wm. J. Lemp Brewing Adams Express Company i. Association.-.- : :- ... 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'w points throughout the . performance Ernest " Kaai's orchestra discoursed native meT'-iies makihg a fitting ac companiment to the pictures.- Both the pictures and the music are to be repeated at the Opera House " this evening, and undoubtedly will be wit nessed by a crowded house.- EMPIRE THEATER 'That! this morning when a3ked as to t ting; ; v , - .I Tokio Tango," Miss De Von and girls; i plans which he has in view for t . Medley. Joe Westbrooke, Eddie Mar- "Slumberland;" "Aloha." : " future. ; . . , , ' I With a series " of settings drawn from actual life in the Far Western ftates- G. W. Anderson, perhaps the most photographed moving picture ac tor in the United States, Is featured in the presentation of ; a i. thrilling r drama, 'The Ranch Feud,", one of the most striking stories produced in this 'Itv 'In' ttinnv' TnnntliQ The nStnrf requires two. reels of film to present in coni, Kalani Pun. David Napor "Ban dits Bold," Bandit Girls; Facicer Up Your "Lips, Miss Llndy 'Paisley Noon and girls; "Sailing l70wn .Che apeake Bay (request) DeVoti Sisters; "My Wild Irish Rose." Miss Edith Newlin; "Mr. Moon Man Turn Out Your Light," ' Miss - Audelie; " How Many Have You Told 'That To," Mur phy, Heins, - Barney,- Louisa, Mary and Pansy; "Million-Dollar Smile," Mis3 Hattie De Von; "There's ai'Garden in f GEORGE B. CURTIS MAY VISIT. COAST, m BUT WILL COME BACK short time," he sald,"'but 1 certalr.'. will return to Hawaii. I will pro v . that I am an active member of tl. ; come-back club." Mr. Curti3 said that he re3isn:l y : : r ; ' . : .-. - ' j from the position as manager of t:.3 George-BCurtiSr. wharecently se- E. W.. Jordan Company upon hl3 o.vn vered his connection with E. W. Jor- initiative, saying that he' has 'expert dan and Company after having served enccd noth'.but the most frier. I: that ''concern for-five years in the relations -vrith the concern. 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