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HONOLULtJ STAK-BULIiETIN, WE DXES IA Y, APRIL 8, 101J.
KE LODGE IS VITHIN THE LAW nnQT.nECcniniK A OUR: GREAT 301T0V7 o Speci&l Vrvv I iitii i') iiri i itiiviit r Of 0' . 5 Ml Buy at these prices A 'great and dresser scarfs at a tremend ous reductions, also beautiful scarfs for women.' Embroideries Reduced from 10c, 12c an 13c yd. to 5c yd. Other reg ular 20r and '25c Values ' K&Vprtcci at lSc yd.- v.- Flouncings, 42 In. wide, Reg. $U0 and $1.23 yd NOW 90c yd. -1 , ,. .:..''; -.-"'?. ..""'.. '; : .' ' '" ' v ," ' :' " ' v '' ,; ;". v.. v ': :' . - - ; i.. r -r -,:. j. : ., 3 :v:;'.v Flouncings, 22 in. Vide, Keg. 75c and ?1.00 ytfNOW" Co ; -yl .. '.,-5.,,1.--.."4 -'-t. v - ... :. - Wt are showing an exceptionally fine aetortment of table and dresser lea rf a also beau$iful acarf a .f o r vvernen. All at greatly redMCed pricea A" We fill the prescriptions so that you get the full value of give exact care 'and, 1 ' You get all that our tlon, backed; by experience .training .and the,jrnost .jnodern and" complete v'-:, j . . ; - - prescription stock can possibly. afford. ! Vf i - ','.'U : :0,i.S-' H The-nexdlrSterS rugs in pric Lai Some lines .will soon be rieaneJou$. stock. You? may miss the very article Corner King and ATakea Sts Hnotace-Pecls Co.elitd. ILL XDTDS OP SOCK 1KD SAKD FOB C05CSETI If OIL Kmt,- FIREWOOD A5H.COAL. -. tt crcrrN street , . j . . , o. box nt SFE BEPOSIT BOXES HOOayear Bishop Trust Co, Ltd. chance to buy table Embroideries his services. . We v expert attention. pride of rtputa"- .-ff.l j 1 ab d Hotel 4 trnifc-i"t,Jt--ii,'t,i- f ri- ."? ' v '- JT . I of ellineBl find" Velvet ever bffer- prices. Don't. delay; looking over the you require.; Tbe Modern Order of Phoenix Is the name which, has been adoited by. the Honolulu lodge ot Moose that waa t The. formal adoption of the new name ' took .place, at a. apecial meeting held last evening in the lodge rooms of the organization. A great deal of en- thasiasm ha been aroused, and the member feel certain that in their new order they haYa the nucleus of a great national orgaci?ation. . I With the adoption. oC the organiza tion, committees were . appointed' -. to have . emblems designed and stationery printed r'TheA committee: which, was appointed. last week to. draft consti tution, land bytiwa, announced - last nightjthat.lt wilt make Ua-report at the regular .meeting ontFriday-even lngv It; i anticipated. t hat thesflr regur lation, .wiU be adopted - at ,tbat , time. and ihati-th entire membership f will bubscrihe-: them as charter members of the oxigijml lodge of the new order, and: will take the oath which has bee prescribed. - The committee whioh is working on the constitution consists of the1 follow ing gentlemen: J. J. Sullivan, J. C. Cohen, G. S. Leithead. Chas. Hustace, Jr Julius W. A8Ch, Harry Whitcomb, A. T. Henderson. -Brown to Coast . C. H. Brown,-district deputy of the grand dictator of the Loyal Order of Moose of America, for, Hawaii, depart ed this.mornlnjr by the.Matsohia for San Francisco, where it Is understood that he will make a report in person to the grand lodge officers regarding the troubles which led to the disrup tion of, the local Moose lodge. ; ? we. bellsve it entirely possible to make the Modern Order of Phoenix j a strong nauonai organization, siaxea jjjogjtion DUt in each instance she Is an enthusiastic- promoter of the pro-. -hounded" by the police, until; finally, Ject, this morning.. "The biggest or- Une announces that eo long as society dem in the United States today start-.refuses. to be satisfied with.the debt ed with a good deal less promise. - Ifche has paid for a crime she did not believe w shall , be able to, draw to commit, and. refuses to accept her as us ,20 or, 30- Moose lodges In different -anTthlne but a thief : a thief she will J parts, of the? mainland; which are alr .be-.but she will do her thieving "With. ; ready disgusted .with the ; manner in . iB the Law." She will. In her own . which thft Moose order, has been hand- original way, . play the game of -the led or . rather.. i mishandled by the ' millionaire lawbreakers who literally 'group that, ha gotten Into control of break the law under the law's pro- the national organization: In anyjtectlon. Matching her wlta. and cour ' event we are sure of 14 or 15 branch ase against the brutality of the police, . lodes right here: in- the- islands. ; The she . develops Into a woman of inge rfact that the .'.Phoenix will limit; its nulty. and daring who preys upon so ' membership r only by . ..standards of clety at will and .defies punishment . manhood and personal .worthy and notlhv employment of the intricacies of by race, ; olor, or creed, is certain vtotbe law to safeguard he? questionable maXe It exceedingly strong i Hawaii, j ventures. , She also - avenges .herself ;tdo peneuctary , leamresjsicK, ana the old Moose . lodge, will also make the newiodge popular." t i -J -:; " ''' Won't I Become;, Deer,' 'i-' . t v.-- , ;' i. V C The Phoenix disclaim anrntention or "unlUng: Ith .the benevolent Order of Deerr the new national order which Is to be launched here upon tha arri val of an organizer rrom the Coast In a few weeks. Most of the: members oppose the Idea, although it lis certain that others have been quiety endeav oring to bring this about ,! t LITEST HABRIAGE LI CESSES pino. . . .25 Roberto Mahigas, Ewa, Filiri 1-ascuala Moreto, Ewa, Filipino,, ...21 Stanley n Stephensonr Honolulu, Ameriah .. . .53 Mary Alice Vaipey, Honolulu, Amer : lean .u .31 Kim Kyung Eok. Honolulu, Korean. 35 ; Kim AkI,:iTS. I. Sta., Korean .18 ; Kim Suk Won, Honolulu, Korean. .35 j Hy un Kyon Woon, Honolulu, Kpr. . . 25 j Eikichi Arakt, Olaa, Japanese. ..... 47 . Suma Jmamura, U. S. I. Sta.,' Japa- ( i nese .....26 Gisuke Yuuki, Paauhau. Japanese. .26 Shin Yamaguchi, U. S. I. Sta., Japa nese 21 Mat8ujiro Seto, Napoopoo, Japanese. 49 . Yuku Fujimoto, U. S. I. Sta Japa- ) nese 23 Kiahei Okuda, Pah a la. Jaianese. . . .34 j Hatsu Nakamura. U. S. I. Sta.,' Japa- I nese . . . .27 j Shlchizo Miyasakl, Pahala, Japa- I nese 30 ' Suye Nishimura, U. S. I. Sta., Japa- nese , zu Kamekichi Ichikawa, Hilo, Japa- - nese 48 Mika Fujimoto, U. S. I. Sta., Japa nese 33 Takuzo Ogusuku, Waipahu, Japa- nese 2o Goji Shimabuku, U. S. 1. Sta., Japa nese 22 INDIGESTION, GAS OR SICK, SOUR STOMACH Time It! Tape's Dia pepsin" makes yoar upset, bloated stomach feel fine Ib fire mintites "Really does" put bad stomachs in ordei' "really does" overcome indi gestion, dyspepsia, gas, heartburn and tourness in five minutes that just that makes Pape's Dia pepsin the largest selling stomach regulator in the world. If what you eat ferments into stubborn lumps you belch gas nd eructate sour, undigested food and cid; head is dizzy and aches; breath foul; tongue coated; your insides fill ed with bile and indigestible waste, re iicmber the moment "Pape's Diapep sln" comes in contact with the stora a'ich all such distress vanishes. It's tfuly astonishing almost marvel MiS, and the joy is its harmlessness. A large fifty-cent cate of Pape's Dia pepsiu Mill give you a hundred dollars worth of - satisfaction or your druggist hands you your money back. It's worth its weight in gold to men and women who can't get their stom rkhs regulated. It belongs in your hpme should always be kept bandy ; i$ case of a sick, sour, upset stomach dV.rins the day or nijrht. It's flic - (ttiicke? t, Ktin':t and most hariuU'ss fctomacli doctor in the world. -advertisement. $ l i t OF Tilt PLAYERS A season of high-class ' productions Will soon begin at the Bijou thetter banquet will -be handled, a la Ad Club ... ,, M ' t fhii -ph Is now an assured fact. W. R. Far with Oeorsi vsbb. iiwwwias The ,K. v Players tn the very Jatest anawst h(geu toastmaster yes- e?ttriri SniSS terday ly the Y. M. C. A. committee vvlS;8 bHTb.l:t"eI.Mrr!f ; The W. who attend this year will "Within the J4W, which . is a dra- ned ftS t ho ""J1- hmaa and full of W their dads don. and Positively the first Ume re- waQt hmve nlrflXrffJ oi,y evenUl8 itn their 8008 aad xr ?f P f SSqCf ' u ti. wbrklne hard to get up a, program Webb will present this favorite star a corker," as one of the fax ;this - exciting , djja of genuine fathera expressed t ' a. father and buman toterest .J ithin the Law, M gh uM b ch which is credited with having made a on eSLTih Occasions like this Father more lasting Impression thaa any and gon banquet d mucfl to bring stageoffenng jf recent .years, is one about thia Jdeai relaUonship. ot thise rare pUya pf such tremen- Tne banouet wllt be held at y. dcns.power and ua versar. appeal that M c Fridar nigh VAprU . 17. It is It. interest aUke ali.cUasea, the. rich fcct lIm,ted to members and aU the and,' ttor- -tb Wghand the low, older boy8. who w,sh to attend , with rnd-ae the criUewrote, 'hasn audi- thelr fathers, shquld hand their names P0! bfeVe there ,J8u a , hamn to Charles F..Looms, boys' wprk sec heart. Mary Turner, the heroine, por- retary at onCe, , - trayed by Miss Oakley. Is an attrac-, ' ""V.-y tive young woman, who, early in her -."-.-..- -. " uicci a a iui . nuiKuie fell jo uur- 1 J lV.(. J - M II.. I if iiccuseu oa men ui govus iruui uic a Marge , dry goods emporium In w hich sfce is employed. She vehemently de Clares her innocence, but the greed obfessed hypocrite who employs her, and the judge before whom she is tried, insist that she should be made to -stand as an example for. all other iShop girls similarly tempted. She, therefore, is sentenced to serve three years in. prisoni When released, she seeks honorable employment ; During her Incarceration she has . made - use of the prisotr library and has become educated. She seeks and Jmds many i upon tne canung hypocrite who sent almost breaking heij heart, .through his son and heir, whom ahe lures inta mar riage. , ,The. personnel of the company I seen here, including Florence Oakley, . Inez Ragen, Olga Qrey, Marie Baker, i Maxle-Mitchell, .George Webb, Guy j HJttne'cFrank Bonner, Geofge BerriU, ' RayPryor. Jach Belgrave; and others. i AFTER X1EACI&D VHioopina-CouGh crCpcrlcf (Fever fr o critical priodwakiafd throat, dtUeatm bronchial tubes mnd utiBound long often follow; om time impaired tight of hearing. But if SCOTTS EMULSION is taken promptly and regularly after, the fever subsides it quickly re stores pore blood and strengthens the longs. Its nourishing force re stores appetite, strength and energy ; I SCOTTS EMULSION contains just the elements nature requires to restore sound health: it: is totally free from alcohol or harmful' drugs. Children reluh it ISSia?e!HE9MBBB AD CLUB STYLE That this year's Father and Son 1 TlPITITQ ' CLARK In San: Francisco. March- 23, 1914, Alexandrlna Leibulu Kapena Clark, wife of Henry Jtf. Clark of Ho nolulu, aged 47 years, 7 months and j 19 days. . Friends . and Daughters of Hawaiian Warriors are in ted to ttend the funeral services which wilj take place at St Andrew Ca; thedral at 3:3ff o clock this after . doon. . Mr.-X ,' . IC Why should a . woman , who , can siteak but one language talk, enough ' for two? y ': - - ;- ...- ' ' IJatlitnb'Mate of Itubbcr : 3Iediciii Cabinets, Lumter and Building Big Seven-Passenger Phone 2137 T:--"wi-. 'iz Necessary : tmm ;n:"'-- " In onr vi-iudow- yem will w iiiaiiy & nml in your lipme ' , :." Vv.: " 0 Imported Edam Cheeses 65c e&ch Guaranteed Fresh C.Q. Yee Butchers King Street ; TO ANO PROM ALL ; Seat Equipment la the city for ;tt.v-;-:::r;:,;;,t.-'' : TeL Opposite LtwerrA Cookt '. v (Hik and WJiite-Enamvl I?atIituU , ' : Sponge-lioldcrs ; with Olirror V: ; : Jrlateiiab r-.0W at viva Touring &rs rlfew, Speedy' and Comfortable CUT RATES AALA AUTO STAi, v The Bst Service in Town Beretania Street - Eiopl' Co. and Grocers Phone 3451 LINES OP TRAVEL this Line ef Work. 5 -r-.rv74 C Klna CL Seats ; .oapDislini Tunibler-Uolders , .ft i i 177 SoKinjr Street t Hr- w. k - ... ..j lain