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' PUBLIC NOTICE Cf PftlMAHV v Y Y-,' ; llcctiom ' Y Nolle la heieby flvtn that In ae-c-ordant-w with lh trrms of Section 28 ,s? or r.evtaed Law cm 1 " "as afnndef by Ati-iSa ct tf await tU.. the xkwu sVAfV Ui tUU Vl IliV Laws "of 5 1IT;r lYinicfy Klecflntr'ftr tle parole cf.(klfc5iiSnaUJiimtUraBtear railway utatloa at Ka'that the people or the city and county cbu WTice. iriUto'tner bPi. -T j: . . , ; twere anxloua for a change. ntypf iiccoiulu a. more J yum, pyednci The Walaiua DIr- Taking for hi theme" the flaj? and leii-ihafter net fqtth, wiil trlct. except th rart therf tooth tt patriotUm,' Mr. (Joh en tot J his large atUrdir. the 16th day Ol Una rrfim' tTmlT i:mmit itifwMir nillaiiM th i1n kam tlmu mrtin for jc.ty nd xo 'City and tnty Iarucuiariy heii-inaner set fqtth, wia ;be held on Saturday, the 1 6th day or 'Xirntr- II' Ihttlutliniit mlA fft r I ; A. I). J 1 1. r throughout aald cftyj county, balreen the hours of ci a- m., and i o'clock, p. m 'and ; C ClOCi, ' . The city ani tounty offices m tn talJ city abd r.vity ft Which-eandl-'dates aie to be nominated by each po '.litlcal tarty attach Primary Election ;are as.f3 :'. . - :city And cocintV ok hoxoixlu - OneMaVof' ' ' ' J' Be 1 en upervlwrs - One Sheriff ' - Cne City and County Clerk One Auditor - ; -. -7-',.' Cne Treasurer . ; One City ano County! Attorney The tsti lets, precincts and polling places IVeaid City and County or Ho nolulu; are as .follows; - -. enry xkp quNTVpF hoplui.ij Fourth Representative District The portion" cf the Jand cf .Oahu southeast cf Kuuanu Avenne and a 'line In" extension "'thereof, from Nuu Tanu Pall to MoKapu' Point I - nrifPrecmU TTfe portion- of Ho: iirolultt .Ptstricv northeast ot line i itzvm the Koolatt range alon the ridge ion the east siCe of Manoa Valley to the rManoa stream, then;e along said vBtiam to a road crossing it a little ; below Ita Junct?on r wltli ; he laloK strea tn, thence ; alon g taid toad. Camp bell arwue, Castle road and 'Diamond CHead attnqe and aIini In'exten&ioa thereof to the sea. .Polling Place,' , MHuokalant Schoot;'kaJrankf. t--' Efevvji- PrecinctThe portion of - Honolulu District south otKing street ... and yraialaeToad between 1he-Ttrsr'Kajihj; road to Kin rrecuct and a une irom ua corner oc Pun ah on, and King streets tb the Jqag r fcrld?e oi Ala' Moani Beach) road. . pcSIis i ": place, corner ;of Kalakaua . . avpue and Kalla (John Enaj roafl., ' Third Precinct The pprtlon of 'Ho nolulu District 'north'1 'of -the 'secend precinct' and between 'the first pfe-. . cinct and -JIne, from', King- street ; along Punahou street to '1U 'Junction' . witi ilanoa road, and thence along the rklfe of the west side cf llanoa Valley to the Xoclau re nfe. Polling place, ' nt ar . corner ? of Punaliou street and v -AVilde'r avenue.' v '. v- : ; ; ; Fourth Precinct The portion - of ' J Tcnolalu . District between', the seconi and tJiirdf precincts and -'feline'' from the sea ilong Eberii!anf street to a ; point dnk' Ilae la extcsslori of Plikoi. v . street,- th'T.ce r.lcig-' txtj "line '.pfext' tension r ! : . i itr, t 'end, to hd .. r vrftfr'; y f ! ;tr "penis' ;r llome : - to.t-e t c uth'. corner cf Kala taence tk the eastern .bour.: rj'Tcf Kalaw&tlie tto ita June "tion v lih the wectera ei'e of Manofc ' Vallej'. Polling p!-ce, icrcer cf JCec ..f ' aurcku. street and T.'ili :r itcnud. ; n.'ih; Precinct Tte i -rtbri' cf Hoi '.' . cc'.-.'j District north cf Kir.- stu'et , in I tetw'eea'the fourth irtci-ct t-d akr.e along JAIa pal. 'fetreet it J in ex UcTioa thereof Ho--' tho -old-fk-jr-la '? , crtit' of Prr.chbpwl.f thence aci ccs Puicv.bowl to the boondary betweeu V Auu tloKau: an1' Hewalo; thence along v "the west bouadsry .of - Kewalo': and across. Kclawakiae-to' the west bottn- :; dary' cf the Toi:rth precinct, ' Polling is .Square; iV" t pJace,. picas SixU I 'reelect-The . portion of H6 ,: ' ttiolulu Dirtrict south. of King street i t.nd between the fourth-precinct ibd -- iioutii street extend ing ,froT3 --.. "m" to tie tcir '.rcUin i.ace. cort -rfr. cf South ..r d.Kawalahaq'trrec'ts. f vtulh 4rie;:nct Tie". ;ccrt::V.-1;of ." .Ilrrrswpictr'.ct- so-'Ta cf '' .Hotel ., trectacd. teween 'Alapal-'and Soth ,'rt reels ca cne sUe &ud IiuuanuaVe- f fr.KepualFa ;D"i!ci!rg.V j-u' li::Lth Prociuci, The portion of Ho r.clu'.u District tdunded on . the 'north VIy aline rion t"7 Junction 'of School jf.a4!;..u..ijtrct;i to the old flagpole crest of Punchbowl, on the east by a applicable to. the Clty; and County Of line from said crest to laad along';AlHcholulu';-V?" ' .ai. street, on the sotth . by Hotel rtreeVCP4 cn tii-wert'bj Alakea and t:mma streets.- .i-pmng niiace. jumma square. : . , v. .;. . rj .;V.-jf . 'Nlntb rc!nct The portion of Ho '".noiuJu D.0i;ict taanded '-"by Hotei street, Nuysnu tvenne. School street and Emma aud Alalia ttreeta. .Ponin3 place,1 corner of ."Berptania and ' Fort ; streets. . t,;- " Tenth Precinct Thp portion of Ho noljiiu Distrjct nc;th of School Street and between Kuuanu" avenue da one aide and iFcrt, street and-- Pacific Helstjs.roid'jto . the. 'ratt .turn. bf tije latter re 1 zn thence alcr.g the ''west- . erly . f ' ? cf Pfuta ;Vai!ey on" the ether 's'e.' Pjilin;: placa, near cor ner cf Kcuaaa - arenue and ; Bates Itreet ' ; ' Elevcr.t a Precfatt-Thi ' portion Qf 1 Koolav; "5" Disxlct . southeast' Of .a : line frc:.. .Ninm'i 1 Pal "id ' Mokapu -Point.' vji::css- plate,. VWaitoanalci ..'shool!:ot:se.;.'.-; "r: , - '.1 : '" ' " Twejfilj Precinct-Tle portion of . Hoaoi u'.a . io It let north of . . School ltreetand a Hoe from the Junction of School and Kama .treeta . to the old i flagpole crest of Punchbowl, and be tween the tenth precinct' and -the , third, fourth ind fifth precincts. Poll 1 lug place, ' near y Punchbowl ' street . ; trtdge over anoa atream. , FIFTH ".REPRESENTATIVE -' " ; .. ...district . ; ".-.The portion -of Ve Island ot Oahu northwest it : uuanuv'A' venue and a ' lineIn extension' thereof from Nuu : an r Pall to" M oka pn Point ; . First PrecHct The portion of. Ko laujco Distilct between a" line from . Z Kuuanu J'ali ta Morapu Point 1 and . tbe top of the .ridge between- HeeU . fend . .AUhimanil'v: Polling place. , Koo lau'oko conrthoiHe, - at Kaneohe.. ' Second P:ccUU Hte'TeCaladef of ' ',' ' ' ' . V. , kfro tupoko District Poll In r . ilac. Wehbtle su-hoolLcus. : Third J'letloct Th portico kK.!auloa Itisirict ao.lbau of southeast boucJary rr l.sie. Polling! l Sir dcliie, at .Kaano, rY!iaW-iP"; -v '.ri !..- n-nalT-v . itrt! Precinct-Tfce remainder o! ivoiauir i, if met. ron:njf . piece, except th part therf sooth tt a iwe from Kiala; summit through r i - - t. ' ' .1 - Kamachanut peak. Puu Pane anii Pea- hlnii hill tf the boundary of Koo lauloo. lo!l.ns place, Waialai court - hcse. - ' : i ' ' - Pbr remainder orYaiala Dtatrkt see Sixteenth Precinct. I1" V Sixth Prec!nciTbe - Walanae Df trlct. Tolling Place. Walaaae courl - houre. .. : .' . ' . ' Seventh Prexmct The portion 0f Ewa District coiirrised in the linda of illoaesiand IlOnoulialL PoillnX plafe,' I Ewa Pavilini. Vv '.r. ? I Eiebth Precinct The remainder of the Ewa District, esctpt the , portion of Halawa soutes. of a llne'rrom thm mu'-r ni r,f Kuvhiia th tnd through Makalapa crater to tfca bound- cry of Moacalaay Polling place, Ewa courthonse. - " ' Sot reaialnd'ar cf HaUwasee Sev enteenth Preclnrt. ; .5 lnth Prcmc Tha portion of Hoi aolulu District! iwester bf a line, from tb.e Koolau ranqe alcnglhe westerly boimiary of Kilihi to ; Kins street, thence alon? King street tQ .palama Chapel ' mdy '. thince "4long Palama Chapel road ahd the cxlensipnvthere of to theOaht Railway. anU-.thencel along the southern branch of ihxtjtaiij way to Its first near approach to tht sea, Polling ' nlice.Kalihl Pumping Etatlcn. . - ' . i v -.-i'- . A . i tiirZ lTr5;:Sr IV Kf King antf Punchbowl to some point on Honolulu .District - nwtheast . &jWntoZmf Head drive is the latest plait Preclnct-rThe. portion of VTZa F7yt- .T,f-,7-:3Ji;it!f' Supertlsor F. il.1 Hatch. At the boundarr cf Ki Sa.tfUL ette'tort of supervisors T7,r v m IT. TiuT m ihface, :.KalihIwaera iiuoyiuiu -uievrik. uuiuihcu ,ujr tu& street, t'HIha'atreet. School street and Kalihi road., - Polling place, ' King street near. Kaiulanl school. ' J Twelfta Pretend The "portion 'W Hanalqlu District pprfl j ot - School street and eiween .te' ieiith iprer. cinct and a iine from the Koolau range, along the edge of ,t5e ridge on the. west tide of Nuuanu Valley tov a line 1a extenslcu of ,Judd street thence. along 'said Hub and Judo, street tu LHlha street and t thence along, UJIba street to School ttreeL Polling piace, 'near "corner. ot: LUihaandi School. streets., th ; Thirteenth Precinct The portion of Honolulu- District j.north of! 'Behoof street . between the s twelfth; precinct and Kui ahU ave,nl.'i.:Ielliiig -place, cora'trbTivuakln street and Nuuanu avenue. v r-'i 4' i.- Fourteenth Precinct The r portion of .Hcsciulu District, bounded by .Nuu anu '. avenuer' School" street;- Uliha street and King and DereUnla streeU. Pclllng place. Vineyard street on.wes stde cf .Kuaanti tream.s"." V' A" " ' -V - "Hfteenth ' Precinct The. pcrtioh of HuAsluhi District ioilth of 'Deretanla tnd'KC' itrevsta 3and between Vurl tr.j avenue xnd .the' ninth". precincti ir.eltag Quiranlino , akS cothe.r'flal' tzizi ;. Pct:inr.cVAa! rat'lC.V. tixtc. :;ta prti'.nct-Thevtemalaaer of Vala4ua D' U ?cU PoUmg Wfl'hlAWa--rL.-n '.h-jusel?-'" :" place; , Sreateenth precinct The trefljaiBL; de? of Halawa. ' iPoUIng place, school tocse at Watettpn. ;;iv", ",l r . - Ja teEtlmony whereaf. I ' hate here ."Jjmto set my hand and caused tha tp.be sfrixed.-y : ? ' ' :' ';:... . - Done' at the Capitol t in HonqlnlH; J this ;isth dayof April. A; D. J9U., (Signed) , - . ; . r yVAp.13 VVARREITTIIATER, " n? r,;V v Secretary of Hawaii. i Pursuant to t'e rroxUfqna 0(!iw in that . behalf mnde,- I . hereby. pubUsa th Public Notice ' of Primary Elec- tlcn given , by the' Secretary :jf th' fTcrritory ' of iHawali i theisaane la ? D. KALAFOKALANI,1 Oerk, City and County of Honblulu-te - ' Territory ofr HawalL V "CTCd April 18, 23 May 2, ISXi - " REsotuxN -;Kp-7s.-;f' Be H .Tesolved by the. Board of Su pervisors of the" City and County of Honoiuln, Territory of. , Hawaii., that the aumof Three Hundred Two Dollars ($302.00), be, and the same la hereby appropriated out of all moneys in the Permanent Improvement. Fund of the Treasury of the: City and' County 'of HonoTutu !for the account i tnown aa "Smith Street Frontage Improvement, Salaxie s! ; Payrolls and - incidentals ; " said sum to be aa advance out of saidHcnotuj Territory of Hawaii, that the reiaorsed from all moneys that baina55O.O0). be, and the same is hereby , ; hereafter .become mailable in the appropriated out of all moneys in the ' tuna for stmt-impToveaeata m amiw? Street . Frontage Improvement, or. credited upon any auni hicn' tnay" be or become due. . from, the City and i County;. toward the cost of said 1m- provemenu. " , . . i .-. introducedi by - ' : . -y " CtttSv.Xr ARNOLD. ; u -y'y.-: f: i ''.,'.-"-. ." 'Supervisor: , Date' of Introduction: -V" Honolulu. HawaiV AprU. 17, 1917. 1 hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution passed First Reading and : ordered to print at a meeting held by, the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, April 17, 1917.' cn the following -vote of said board: ; - i "'-" Ayes: .?Arnpld, y Hatch., .llollingeri Horner, Irsen. Logan. Total . : ; Noes: None.. : AS sent a-iJ hot voting:. Ahia. To tal, 1 4 -- rtpnty City -"..vCTCJApr. BUFFANDEAU, I n ; BUFFANDBAU, and County Clerk. I Deputy City and County Clerk. : (in F VflTFRS a iwiiiuuuu ivr a agists f'afara mnM thin IfWI nonnnt Wit. uam Henry at Kaaetoe last nlfeht pre- ,iiCted tn(, i-ctIon of J. C Cohen as major of the eitj and county of Hono- juiu. . in i introducing Cohen be declared patriotUm,' Mf. (Joh en tot J his large audience that these were times when ' . . . . J . the ideals at America would bef put to the test. - f j "We need patriots." said thcapeak- r, "and the time is coming when the patriot at the polls will be alniost as j popular as the patriot in the trenches. 1 We must stand by the flag but we J must also stand by the theory ihat no city Is" well' governed where t lere is . extravagance. C,t r I would not dare t6 drive rtyown machine over here. I find it cheaper to lilre a machine. The wear and tear on automobiles Is greater in Honolulu ,tnn "to almost any place In the United : Statea.; There Is a story current' on the mainland of a man from California ,mA h'tMnffiAhll. cn l.n thai when he grew; tired of It he brought it'ovei' to Honolulu to wear It out. Thjs-ls fine comment to go forth to the "world." " , . ' : i " ; . - ; - . Al4)e8otiful broad street running m an absolutely- straight line from the Hawaiian t church at. the" corner of Tel evening he introduced a reso- is ctreeL: Ppllifijcnimfsgjon.to uke tig plan: find er .cnooniouse.v ; t l consideration to conjunction with the ;Thsre5oltitIoiir which" is selfxrlan- atory, 'folrows;v s' t '!-' '-'I YV r 'That i li View "of the project now, tinder consideration, .by the Governor of the: T'erritorjv for' the reclamation of the' Waikiki swamp-Iaads,tthe city planning commission M "requested to inveetlgate the feasibility anuVtnblic adv&ntagl bf Uying bot a 'highway running from King street, near South Erreel.5td Rbme'strtefnear'Fgrt T ausst; said' hlghway-.to cross Kala kaua avenue at the Junction' of John En a roadvor at some points nearer to Tort 'De' Russyt one of theobjects of said, new highway to be the reJef of Kalakaua avenue f rani heavy teaming and-the supplying of d? shorter and more 'direct route to' Waikiki." . " FU N STOP'S T mT AT C I S " ? N 5 . ;t.VAWPBtM..i:Xcc(j .with ? ' riX 'Id-'i; TH E "LIFE INSURANCE ; " ' i,;1-'" -. . i ''' ;' ' 7. SAM FRANCISCO, CaL The . late Mat VCenV" Frederick Fiinston left! no will and : jhla estate, consisting of a life1 Insurance policy for $20,000 and personal effects valued at .ot to'ex ceed ;1 0,000,- will go to hla iwldow and tqree. children, t This was f eveal ed yesterday "when v yrii Funston filed a Petition for letters -of adminla tratlonl if . . - - 5- T ? r PY AUTHORITY. , V t A .BESOLUTION" NO. 746. J r: - : r-'' . C-.::'-:' ' Be ir resolved by the Board of Sa perrlsors f of th Citf and County of HonoalW.'Territor of Hawaii1 that l-the sum of One Thousands Five Hun- a j i' . 4 3 t m at,n a At : a. 4re4; Dollars' (flOO.00), be, and the faded hair beantlfully dark and luxr.ri saine Ja bereby. appropriated but of ;nt.r; atlxlngrthe 3age Tea and Sul all moiiej-y la the Permanent Iniprove- Jhur recipe at home; though, is trou ment FtiJ o' thoTreaaury of said cityi bleiome. An easier way is .to get the fcrid kTouirty. ror ab' account to ' be ready-to-ose preparation, improved by knmpif Reconstrnctloar of ftS-Fobt "the addition cf otter ingredients, coHt Span' Bridge' : Kalihi: ,y ' ' ing about 50 cenU a large .bottle, at Presented by "rJ 'yt? CHASKT ARNOLD, ) .''TTr;.; Supervisor. . .Data of. Introduction: .Honsljln, awaiApril 17,1917. Jierebjr. certify that the foreplng, Sage and-Sulphur Compound, no ont Resolution passed First Reading and ... ten becahse Itdoes it so nattr- .Tou Just dampen a ur.T ,r,,VITI 'J April 17, 1917, on the following vote qf Ayea:. Arnold. HatelC , Hollmger Horner", Larsen, LogaxC Total 61 ; Koee :' ; None. f) .. .f -"!,'. : Absent and not voting: Ahia. To tal l.f. ; , : , V-'--' y; 'c S." . ,.lv E. BTJFFANDEAU, j Deputy . City and County .Clerk. . t763 Apr." 18, 19, 20. U RESOLUTION NO., 749. ' Be It resolved by the Board of Su Pervlsora of the Xlity and County of , permanent Improvement Fund of the Treasury of tho City, and County of Honolulu for the account known aa Reconstruction Kallua Bridge. . Introduced by V: -tv - ; i CHAS.; N. ARNOLD, ';. . : . .- ,' ' ..'' Supervisor. Dae of Introduction: - " .'' Honoiuln, Hawaii, April 17, 1917. I hereby certify that the foregoing : Resolution passed . First Reading and ordered to print at a meeting held by the Board cf Supervisors on Tuesday, Aurll 17. 1917" en th follow in r vntp of. said. board:: . f" . - .: ;A - Ayes: Arnold, rllollinger. Irscn; Logan.-. Total '4. , . ';; . ;Noe8: Hatch, Horner. Total 2. . Absent and'net-voting: Abia.-To tal 1. . . .--. ..v- :-, ..' .... J" " (farming IHt!" I'-anche ?e;-t con t!nues to win laurels at the ..Liberty.', theater In the leading' 'rtie in Unpro teclci," .the stirrthft drama "cf ron-' vlct .lahor-In a southern turpentine camp. As an e-lucational film them are few - that ar Rtiperior to this Ijtsky effering. Thfre is dealt with a rendition that was tery prevalcnt' tbroughout the L'nHeU Suua a score or morp years ar", the leasing of con victs to private individuals and curpor atlons. t the present time andwith aJl'the (risen reform tovements that have; run" riot acrcus the country theiestilL. remain scm 10 states where this rractlge is fcllowed. Miss Sweet, as Uarbara King, U convicted of the murder of her iincie and ''gtven ' a sentence of 10 years at hard labor. Sue is secured by a bru tal turpentine manufacturer and, to gether with1 en 'odd ' assortment cf conYlcts. becomes a part of the. life of the' cimp. The-- yonng girl is high-" spirited and rcfiises to bow to tie i u 1 v . " 'l1- .'Ah.wwjw 'tAhrpai ter mint rrove - fruitless rrove "while. In the ead she proves the salva tion of her fe-fow cenvicts. "Unpro tected' will be seen for the last time tcnignt. 'v' '- The Sweetest Story Ever Told," Is the caVch'llne used'la the adv?iin? matter) of rLIttIe'MlB Happiness the Wiinam Fex photo-play w hich ' opens at ine navau - rneaier .j'iay wiui l June" fC'a price and Harry' HilJiard in the' leading toiesj ' Frojm afl advance Inforrtatlon'the cet line tells the trnth knd'Hpnbtutans'' are to be treat ed tor pi new-ch&$ of Fox offering, an Offering wnereln the sex problem does net prjedomfnata'atidi bne tviierein the vamptjire Woman has no- p'art - The, stori; tells "ot Lucy ' White.: a little' country g!rt kwho earns a" living for herself 'and aged grandmother; of gadie, Allen bf vthe " same little town who has1 Jfutneyed;to the ;, city In search' of "tJHe "p'otof ''"gold' and there mkrrledw Max'Batker, a dirsbiute col lege man.' Sadie has been compelled to leave her 'husband and ' with her child returtt 'homet She 'induces Lacy to' care for the' child until matters are straightened "OiC ' ' v: " : , . s- xiifttcn&tt cUihlren, boldly an nounces theT child to be her own. car rying'tbe '"deception even to Davo Al- furious until arker' visits ithe town fend finds bS wfe. Reconciliations fpllqw 'and' aH .U jjxptalneo:. : : A : ; . Another episode " in tThe Crimson StainlMysterV'V offered in addition to the big Hawaii featpre. i - V co;Isll Ladleal "-..Try this I Darkens beauti- ; fully and nobody can tell Brings 13 at back jts O'oss and yquthf ulness. Common gardes sage brewed into heavy ' tea, with 'sulphur and alcohol added, will turn - gray streaked and drug stores, known as "Wyetha Sase and Sulphur. Compound,", thus avoid ing a lot of muesV .-.--" '.vr v ; ' rWhile gray fAded hair is not sinful, We" all r desire to retain our youthful appearance - and attractiveness. : By darkenbig your balrwrlth Wyeth'a sponge or sou Dmrwitt.it ana msM' this through your- hair,' taking : cne sroaJP strand at a . time ; by; morntn ? all gray hairs have disappeared. Aft'er another application or two yor hair j Ivecbmes beautifully dark, glossy, sbft ; and ? luxuriant and; your appear, yeare j tmnger. ' Wyeth's ' Sago an Sulphur Compound is a delightful toilet reqni aite. It Is fiot intended for. the cure,5 mitigation or prevention pf disease.- Adv. f '--.-r -'.V 'yir -.: :r-... ' v . - DRUNKENNESS ON DECLINE - fy Aoeltd .Tnssl . LONDON, Eng. The number or eon- ?nSf7-. SJJ ? !Sf JKfS" decline. Returns on over 100,- 000. including greater London, show the number of men convicted in 1915 was SJ.OO.as compared with 87,500 in the previouaycarrwhile the num ber of women convicted to 1916 .was 24.0M against 3.000 In 191 5. : NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the an nual shareholders' - meeting of . Mid Pacific "Carnival, Ltd., has been called bx. the. president and will be held in : the rooms of the r Chamber o$ Com- merce of Hcnolulu at 2 o'clock Monday affprnoon: Anrfl SO - All stockholders i and the general public are Invited to attend. .Business to If; transacted will ie me tKfciRiii oi a uuara oi tureciura. y' I iVa: BERNDT, . Secretary, Mid-Pacific Carnival, Ltd. ":"..".:.. 76J April W, 20. :. Try HurtDj Fys ncmsy JOKE CAPRICE ; UASSWEETPUy ff Wm. Fox Presents THE :'v'H"f'- The Girl who ?tobk Honolulu ptarance m r . J T7 I IT? lUh Episode of the wonder serial THE CRIMSON STAIN( MYSTERY Mere exciting and puzxling than ever. If you are following this se-, rial you caa't afford to miss this "cftapter. See how Costello at last corners the arch criminal of this Ho desperate 'band. When Constipated or Bilious Give ."California Syrup : ) vv's':'.::; of Figsv ' .-. ' ' ':''..:.- Look at the tongue, mother!, If. coated. It la a' sure sign that your lit tie one's stomach; liver and bowels need a gentle", thorough cleansing 'at once.'- v :-;.: ;.;.;'" ' ; ; When " peevish." cross, listless, pale, doesn't leep.' doesn't eat or act natii raify; or .la feverish, stomach ..sour; breath bad ; . hair atomach-ache, aore mjatrainTrhoea,Tair5f cold,glVa i teaapoonf ul of ''California. Syrnp of Figs," and In a few boars all the foul,; constipated waste, 'undigested food and sour bile gently moves out of its little bowels without griping, and jqu. have a well, playful chid a win. ,Tott needn't coax sick children to take this harmless '"ttal ' laxative;" i they love IU delicious taste, and t always makes thera feel splendid. 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