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TTONOLTTT.F STAR BULLETIN. FWDAY. MAHCH 24. 101G.
at; both -
Reg. 40c per pound.
TOMORROW'S BIG CANDY SPECIAL
This is the Tenth of our new Week End Specials. Watch for them each 'week
We make this DELICIOUS Chocolate Fudge in oar kitchen the day it comes to you. Not more than 2 pounds to each person
FOR. SALE AT EITHER
Reg. 40c per pound.
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ree Big Specials
THpsfe'Kodaks.are absolutely new, and
typify'ittie very ' finest Eastman workman
No. ,4 Folding-Pocket Kodak, 4x5, non-autographic.
Regular $20. ; Sale Price $15.
?Yocket, , non-autographic, Zeiss Kodak, F 6.9
lens; Regular $22.50. Sale Price, $16.85.
hlo. 1 Folding Pocket Kodak, universal focus, 2y4xZ
Eegyar $lp,t , Sale Price, $6.1
f it istian Eastman, it isn't a Kodak.
Drug Co., Ltd.
.J.l'l Mftts for 1snodaks
..ill i ir-'.i ri' . i
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Slippersi bffered at, $2.50 a
iCbrrie while jeve Have the sizes.
HM;Qrads : , Bronze , WWte andi
.?VBlackt? Nonedamaged. "
; v ;0nl broken: lots. :
F(rt Street V Phone 1529
! i?SE)M al :
Up-to-the-minute service to the Mainland
: " on J steamers Sierra, Sonoma '
: ! ' an J Vcntara at sea.
v tThe Federal Company has been aVardecl U. S. Gov
ernment contract to equip all battleships and. three of the '
largest radio-stations in the world (including Pearl Har- ;
bor with Poulsen apparatus.
828 Tort Street
THERE'S A REASON.
JAPANESE SILK GOODS AND CURIOS '
J J ' ' Nuuanu, near Hotel
NO STOh ACH PA N
IN FIVE MINUTES
"Pape's Diapepsin" is the Only
Real Stomach Regulator
"Really does" put bad stomachs in
order "really does" overcome Indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gas. heartburn and
sourness in five minute -that just
tnat-makes Pape's Din pepsin the
largest selling stomach reenlator in
the world. If what you eat ferments
into stubborn lump, you belch ga
and eructate spur, undigested food and
acid; bead is dizzy and aches; breath
foul; tongue coated; your insides filial
with bile and indigestible waste, re
member the noment "Pape's Diapep
sin" comes, in contact with the . stom
ach all such distress vanishes. It
truly Astonishing almost marvelous
and the joy is its harmlessness.
A latge fifty-cent case of Pape's Dia
epsiiwlll give you a hundred dollars'
'vorth.of satisfaction or. your druggist
handsyou your money back.
It'sworth its weight -in. gold to men
and women who can't- get their stom
achs regulated. - It belongs in your
home-?-should always be kept handy in
case it a sick, sour, .upBet stomach
durinai the. day or at night : It's he'
quickest,, surest . and ; most harmless
stomafch regulator in the world.-Adv.
-a- '.-K -
William Thomas Carden, deputy
city attorney, and Miss Florence U.
Cassidy, a member of the faculty of
the McKInley High, school, were mar
ried at 8:30 o'clock last evening at St
Andrew's cathedral, the Rev. Canon
William Ault officiating. Miss Laura
Cassidy, the bride's sister, and the
bridegroom's brother, Capt. Edward
W. Carden, N. G. H. oi Uhue, were
the witnesses. The .witnesses were
respectively maid of honor and best
Many relatives and intimate friends
witnessed the ceremony, and later at
tended a reception given at the Pier-
TO KILL DUFFY
FOILED BY WIFE
Opium Faker Arrested Here
and Murdered in San Fran
cisco Had Many Enemies.'
iTefore Leon J. Duffy, who was ar
rested here February 23 by customs
Inspectors who found opium tins in
his possession, was murdered at his
home -n San Francisco several weeks
ago, a previous attempt had been
made to kill him. according to a news
story ;n the Examiner, which says the
courage of his V-ife "saved his life at
"One week ago Sunday night," says
the story, "Duffy and his wife re
turned to their home from a moving
picture house in Mission street. They
rode in a jitney bus that took them
within a few feet of their door. Mrs
Duffy m relating this adventure' to the
.police, says that as thty stepped from
the machine, a man stepped from the
shadow of a building and leveled a
revolver at her husband.
' "Mrs. Duffy seized' the would-be as
sassin and threw her arms around his
neck, holding him so.lose that he lost
momentarily use, of,, jijhe. weapon,, Ai
tbe feaine.tiinehe qreamed for. hei
husband to. run Jor.ta house. .
Driver Takes Part;
."Aftey a :brief stfuggle the man
with, the gun wrestled himself free
from the woman, : but ' was Interrupted
in a rush after Duffy by the driver of
the Jitney bus. After a parley In
which the jitney mam was obliged to
throw his hand3 above his head ; Duffy
disappeared and his enemy ran down
Highland avenue in tbe direction of
Mission. Mrs. Duffy: denies she knows
the would-be slayer, but has furnished
a description to the police.
Had Many Enemies.
"On the subject of Duffy's enemies
a captain of detectives had this to say:
"If we were to bring in all of Duf
fy's enemies, the hall of justice would
not hold them. During his life he en-
gaged in a business of buncoing fiends
with a substitute for Opium, and was
in trouble all the time.' "
Grap oG roam of Tartar
DEATH :ENDS ILLNESS
OF MRS. J. F. COLBURN
Following an' illness of six months,
and an operation on Saturday, Mrs.
Julia Colburn, wife of John F. Colburn
of 1062 Kinau-street, died yesterday
aftern o.i shortly before 4 o'clock in
the Beretania Sanitarium.
The deceased lacked but a few days
of being 57' years of age. She was
born in Waihee; Mairi. April 8. 15.
Her husband and 14 children survive
hen Fmeral services were to be held
this' afternoon at 3 o'clock, Rev. H. H.
Parker, pastor. oX Kawaiahao church
The delta of the Mississippi River
covers an area about equal to that of
the State of Maryland.
A patent has been granted for a fly
trap which uses a solution of, sugar
and vfcter to attract the insects with
in an inclosure where they provide
food for a captive toad.
I njust phone my order
right ;kway to the Metro
Let's see there's the roast, the chops, the fresh fish,
the bacon, and oh, yes Lehua butter, and some Cali
Metropolitan Meat Market
Special assortment PONQEE SILK SHIRTS, Extra fine
quality, $2.50 to $3.50 ' '
ONE PAIR OF GLASSES
DOES WORK OF TWO;
MAKES IT POSSIBLE
It is no longer .necessary for people
vhn nppd fi'lassps for both readine and
point, the home of the bride's mother, distance use to have two pairs. By
Mrs. John Cassidy. The Hawaiian .rimr ha now tPntPil "llltn Oni-
band was present, and played duriug T?a" Rifai fWn uaira nf ins.ps
the , evening. There was impromptu
are not required. Both reading and
dancing and refreshments were distance Correcti6ns are combined in
ervea in me lasieiuiiy aecoratea ain
1ng room. Mr. and Mrs. Carden will
make their home in Honolulu, where
both have always lived.
TRACED BY LECTURER
one single lens, and do away with un
necessary changing of glasses. Thev
save time, temper and inconvenience
anyone can wear "Ultex One-Piece"
Bifocals who requires two pairs of
glasses. Remember the name "Ultex "'
See Dr. Capps at Rooms 37 and 3S, I
Toung Bldg. Wall & Dougherty's Op
tical Department. Adv.
CHILDHOOD IS TOPIC
Resemblance between the legends
and stories of Polynesians scattered .... n,c niri iiriinr mi
through 30 groups of islands in the rltLU O INrLUtniUt UN
Pacific was pointed out by V. D. Wea
tervelt, an authority "On the race, in
a talk before the Tnursday night lec
ture class at the Y. M. C.-A. last night
He gave numerous Instances of al
most exact resemblance, many of
them from his recent book "Maui
Little Boy Blue, the faithful toy dog
and the tin soldier will be on duty at
the First Methodist Church tonight
It is Eugene Field night, "Eugene
He traced the supposed history of tne Me,d aud Childhood'' being the sub
race, from their original home in ject of the evening. Field was a great
India to the many islands of tha rite" of lullabiey and the musical
South Seas slde tne evenrnS will be cared for
The last of the Hawaiian lectures Mrs- Virginia Bauman, Mrs. Wil
will be given next Thursday, when ,iam Henry Fry, and Mr. Arthur Hu.l
Dr. W. T. Brigham speaks on "Tne 80n-
Meaning of Sacrifice.'
L ftfanHtt sve im Cuecuvc traonent avotdais
makes breath inj easy;
ootbes the tan taro
ad atofia the coosh.
ucuring restici ntjpts.
TATO CXESOUNE CO.
Mr. Loofbourow is to tell anecdotes
of Field's life, and will read some of
his'characteristic stories and poems.
PHILLIPS & COMPANY TO
RETIRE FROM BUSINESS
M. Pliillips &: Company, a veteran
wholesale firm of Honolulu, will retire
from business not later than July 1.
and It3 manager, M. Phillip, will
leave for San Francisco. Mr.Phillips
said today that he will retain lis con
trolling interest in The Clarion, and
though making his home in the coast
city will probabiy vis't Honolulu on
the average of three or four times a
The firm was started by. Mr. Phil
lips' father in IS'JS at a time when
whaling was a big industry in the Pacific.
The most ardent lover of
music and the keenest critic
of its interpretation alike
tlio most perfect in its reprodnetion of instni
lnent and Jluinan Voice.
No needles to change.
The new records include
many desired titles
We have recently received a very large shipment of the new disc record, in- .
eluding many popular titles, such as:
S00S-1 Serenade (Moszkowski) ....Vewtian.JnstniinentaJTriot
Evening Star Tannhauser (Wagner) Violoncello Paulo (Jruppe
I Love You, California (Frankenstein) ....... Knickerbocker Quartet
Summer Days (Fisher) Contralto anil Baritone -
Helen Clark anl Vernon Archibald
Nocturne K Flat (Chopin-Sarasate) Violin;.. ..... . . .... .AllK?rt Spalding
Spanish Dance No. 8 (Sarasate) Violin