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MOlxOLVfW CTAH-EULIZIIlTi FRTBAT, 3fAY: 1017. ' . -v. .... . -. b r.ii VrSiVoi'i cUerCOnuunJOga gooa unwrnmu-i A fll find room fnr thin in a. coi- description of ih kmc oongressvoman; A . Jliss Jenett Rank's of Montana, recently passed up lbe-greatest chance V.W.iiipW'W jierei,fla sec -Mod hole.r So t think U hare anlte era. when she roied "no" in Congress to crowel About dam big Mud hole - lor wf latrorM,!.li been re- . n$ out on the Manoa road too. celved In Honolulu.', ,: k jt Irenilnds i51e of :he inglishman i Th letter la from 4 non-Interested: anjj n-fth-man.- an Inglishman riding j Jarty . in the East, wrhdhaardi the , a JontUn Road & the creik had -roman-speak, and Is aa foUows: j brouk thru he asked the irishman to A-.turday night we went to near the trlt him Wbar the Blooming road . lion, JeaneUe Kankln, congreaawoman wae tithe & you are in the roai. - from, Montana. I t.was wonderful toi Tn j;asblotming water ditch, well I .ma yl'wag1v wants ' Some one to r a: long and interesting address on jrIetft gboea gei of t wak. deep maUera, ejiUrely without notes. n,e Manoa road la Siraular SampeL r Sh la Very dainty la appearance. 1 j, time ago I toald C. S. Judd of rather alight, was dressed in a cream a pan wa0e going to take! thats . or white crepe de chine with-bands gQi d amj ijj See Collins my Self. It V-W-JoaarU-otold;. .Der-1-' slippers or ment for too weaks & I wase in his . -pumps were gold cloth, white silk, office he said; T forgot too See hhi ' hen not tin thm least mannish or i . . ' . f. : freakish ii-appearance. . j - "It may sound rather odd for me to V be telling about how she wraa'dxessod I - ins teaa ci teuing ner parpwo in . lny. t"t that would take too long.; It ' wasL.leXly'rbout votea for women and wbat.lt 'will mean, irtook my opera" glasses along, for I .really want ed lo get a good view , of her. fancy jpoe.of her 'style' can con ilnrM ihm mrxt akentieal. and. aha is ' iii tmn i orator.-Is verr;wetl:feducated: i and la especially , ell Woraedrpn economies.: I waa ' rery glad for the Iirlvllege of hearing "her.1 nrrmrrnf One of the big scenes 1n "The Grff;h fiwimp,1'' flVe-teeX .Triangle - feature film shown at the Uijbn theater last night, ' with-; Eessle ; Barriscal. Ilruce ' McRae': Iri the leading roles, hosa noted surgeon performing a major operation. The scene Isrea'.is tic In everyday and all the jVara'phipr. nalia used In" modern-(l surgery ,- J ihon.v :- . ' '-.'.- : Cut It fs t7not Jn thei scene -alouo that the Interest lies, but In the fed that the man being operated i on Is the husband of a-Jealous wife who Is ;r.''.?$: outside.- to - learri, the, rsvlt ( ' the operation. The surgeon In th . -1 ' " - oftt ' Is be.nding ,'over ; the i ;.i. uLii'. scalpel , in hla naud i. r.d performs a delicate incision In the skull to conquer the deadly. cne r.13', lockjaw, r Outside the door, th ycung wife -of the patient is wrestlhis v, :m her jealous fears, not knowing f that her hushand'a life 4ies Jn. the i lance, . ; - J C-irH--Murray -In the hilarious iJrr-e,Tid9a '.Fate' ir evehfun.nW ' ' .r s . - i and keWtle crowd- lauil . ; f r tliiee'ratUIng'gooa reeliMUe ifriiiaiice Is completed with , the : tect Animated Weeklv' v 1 . . C ALE OF LIQUOR - WITHOUT LICENSES -V BRIIJGS COURT WORK There were reCeral cases called" in police "court Thursday' foreellinls lltjuor without a license. : Kawacuchl v ill be tried .May -5 and Yorita was V.!.schar?pd:'t Iv'awakami and- Noknra, Wtiertoivn residents, , will be tried May 9. Slir.hir cares " against "the ; ame two defendants, which resulted ;:t - ball forfeitures tv few days ago,4. x ere r.ovei cu calendar and ttricken, thus returning, the forfeited hcr.Js f JKK) eacU to the. defendants, r in the latter cpses were then. i--t at JUO.each. . ": ,;'v ; ' : Liquor Inspector V. IL jlutton, who : viJe All the arrests, says in the cases ' t!,e latter two that; he did not care i.v r.uch for. the forfeit: J bonds as .? docs to pet a conviction whlch vi'l tend to discourage. the-. practise,: E'.'EHGEfXY HOSPITAL v ' in EATS AVERAGE OF - " FIVE CASES EACH DAY Tho eir.c-'ncy hosplul report for Arril shows 11 medical and 438 surg i ,1 .- cs trcr.r?d, or jtotal. of 163, i.Yt;cr:.-:r ever five cases a day... Flf- ttm vrtre . c:;t to the hospital and cr.'.y C..3 cs a charge of the elty and C'unty. Thir.e were 32 ' emergency trfrs'r.-.cie ty the' ambulance, an aver ; ? cf over one a day, and the ambu r j n.ade CS transfers. Dr. R. C. A j i r, xi.erxA.ice surgeon. Is on a vaca to the r alnland. Dr. Ilanchett Is t. ; crarily . la chr-re. " r". Hi IS CREEP! Be OF LIANOA The following letier has been re reired by tb editor: . LMItn. f . tlx. Si.. nn!ltfn If vflll Jum ft AJit, do ROod to Some .tia sea SeTral times a peas In the Adrerflse groullhg About a Iftlcl . Summer Rates are now in effect at the Alexander Teung' Hotel. . ot uTe in't'Uotet thAt;fsthe acknowledged social rendexvous of the best people In town?. 'Afternoon iea, ;aerved -.on the Roof Garden between five and six o ciocjc after Sydney ".Hoben'a opera recital, Sataiuay, May 5." ,The;famous Rn aUn Orchestra will play.VAdr. JOHfJ CHING LIN ; r : iM NAMED PRESIDENTS ri nc nuimccc ri HO 1 . .. i.. ... .( ' ohVhin'rlJii:waieietted dentof the , young Chinese Oratorical Associationcn Sunday afternoonMdn has been an active worker In the as sociation -and , Is one - of - the leading speakers in the icluU ; ;;v V : Other cf f ice.s elected were Lee Young, vice-president; Leong Wah Him treasurerr ; Say-Yet : Sing - and Hook Ing Young, Chinese secretaries; Chan Mung Chan and Lum Sam, Eng lish secretaries; A. W. Young, : mem bershlp secretiry; ' Chang Chemg, . li brary secretary: --r Doo Kwong, busi ness t secretary; .Goo Shick Win nd Yee Leong Fim, f sergeanta-at-arms.' AFTER ' 80UTH AMERICAN .TRADE ?C:-,'fBy;Asssdaa: Frss1lS;'i !c LIVERPOOL. The Liverpool cham- jber Of commerce naa decided to tonn a special new South American section. ot the ; Latin-American republics TradeInat quarter of fthe will 1 be much sought after when the war ceases and, as - Liverpool mer chants are already- Interested to soma .extent. It Is considered advisable to lay plans for the extension of their In M Eaxative Or;. Caldweirs Syrup iPepsinfi a Sfe and Efficient Fam- r Jly-RemedVr S Every member of the family Is more for less subject to constipation and. piery bime should alwaya ; be ;su Uied with a dependable " reined jto promptly relieve this condition. WheV ever the bowels become clogged and. the natural process ? of., elimination thereby disturbed,- the entire, system is affected, and readily; subject to at tack by disease. Constipation is : a condition that shoyld neverbe neglected. - - . ' . - Mrs. E. R. Gilbert of Millbro, Va., iays that Dr. Caldweira Syrup Peps!n Is a splendid laxative for children be cause tliey like its pleasant taste, and it acts so 'easily and naturally, with out griping or strain, ;and she finds it equally effective for the rest of - tht family. ' v ,. , : - ;Dr. Cald well's jSyntp Pepsin ia a combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin that contains no opiate or narcotic drug. It is mild and gen tle In its action, and do& not cause pain or dlseomfgrt. Druggists eyeryy where i;ell thlsexcellent. remedy -for fifty-cents a battle. :;' . . To avoid imitations 'and Ineffective n Curbank's jliv-er V O o -:a-a,--,a 7 J ::rpj -- ''"- A i A;. ";; "... A.A First Grade, ;CarcfuUy Selected food siie; ajidmealy, i pcrOO oitftinirn niTrtx K II Irrf ft l Irv lUllllllLU lUllLU AfYOUNG HOTEL -'. '.1' r j r- -- ' - -'---; A ' v ... ,-;:...: j- . ', j.-r c?; ;'j .-: v-aa;T7I .Tl'' tjf J AA-i f';' . " ' ROAD MUD- About It & as you ar going up town Stop in it see him. I did. but He wase out. So I wrote a note- ' Iffft it A i no he got it. It wase teJha? how the Manoa road wase. 4k I had the Gapanese Chlneyman to toK icnteer. Some day if CoIlenS would send a man or too. L some plank to make-2 swers aerose the road & 1 i would see that a good Job wase dore A no charges., he timed a deaf ear to it. I have him asked Why doesnt the Gapanese Fix this road) Stop and think (this no Gapanese Government if so they would fixe the iXad the presadent says It is iarm to criti .Size, any one a. lonVfas it is true this is I am tleai? We are votiters Sc will east our vote, hut want men that hase wax on fair pants and Sticks to a Swivel chair, to get out L see if you no. the road is a holey fright & oon will ost '.uiv dreda to fix. a stitch in time Sav s :". RANGER. HOW TO MASTER THE MACHINERY OF THE BODY (By N. B. Cook, M. O.) The machinery of the 'body needs to be oiled, kept in good condition juef as the automobile or birycle. Why should the humanjieglect his own machinery more, thanlthat of his horse or his en gine? Yet most people do neglect them- Selves. Their tongue has a dark brown color, skin sallow, breath bad, yet they fail to see that their .machinery needs attention. Everybody should take a mild laxative at least once a week. A pleasant way to clear the tongue and the highly colored water noticed in the morning is to take a laxative which will cure the inactive liver and bilious ness. - A pleasant vegetable pill is made np of May-apple, leavesvrf aloe, and jalap, madec into a tiny pellet and coated with sugar. ..First - puf upby Dr Pierce j nearly! iwyears ago. v Drtsggists sell theed vegetable pellets to' vials slm- Dr. Pierces Pleasant Pel-' '.vUJba'ckachcv scalding urine, or fre quent urination bother or distress you, of If urid'acid in the blood1 has caused rhetimatlsmgout or sciatica, If you suspect that you hare kidney or blad der trouble write -"Dr. Pierce, at In vallds' Home ftuffalo,,Y., send; a sample of tirfner and tlescripe symp toma. k A Physician and chemist will examine" it without charge and you will be underjio. obligation Vhatever. Dr. Pierce's Aunrie tablets canhot fail to help you, because ? their , - action i flushes the kidneys of impurities and put strength. Into them.. v Obtain a CO cent" box of Anuric (double stransth) today from youf druggist In town. From personal ob servation la..- large hospital -ptact'se, Anurlc win give yon speedy relief.- big bank tnerger, the'sixth within less than as many: months, Is announced. (The Stockholm Bank of Commerce; takes over the 'Norrland Bank, giving It ' combined capital and reserve of nearly SSS.OOO.OOo.- - substitutes be sure you get Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. ' See that a f ac simile of Dr. Caldwell's signature and his portrait appear onr the yellow caV ton In which-the bottle is packed. A trial - bottle, freer; of charge,' cain be obtained Uy writing to Dr. W. B. Cald welL 455 Washington St,' Montlcello, Illinois, or by. calling at Benson, Smith A Co4 -wholesale distributors, - Hono- lulu.--'-:;' t-'i -'-V:-- v ;:. A -'A'- A" i Till 1- tm i : a;Ia of pounds. ' t f For Everybody . ;; :f .-':';.' h OKI Ih ' 'ti- , ; ' J ::- a.. )yau- - IlIESdCITO With the kite flying contest at Mills school but a day off students there are putting the finishing touches oa' the 400 or SOU big. and little fliers that wiu soar over ue crnmpus iowwio. From the smallest boy in the first grade to the oldest in the senior high m a- . . school class the student body has gone itto the work, and the basement uf the big building is stored deep 'with the results of their labors. As the small American on his father's farm used to hide away egg tor Easter, so these Oriental lads have a few surprises tucked away in safe corners to spring on the unsuspecting public tomorrow. "You never can tell what the unique kites will be," said Principal John .Nelson this morning, "for they jjuard their best inventions closely, Irom- ail competitors. Nelson says, however, that there in one hue fellow that bears resemb lance to a torpedo, and he is wonder ing if a 'ruthless" campaign is to be started in the fighting contest. This contest Is aroastng a lot ot interest this year, and the Korean lads who generally win with their rectangular darting kites are planning to keep the distinction. . The distance contest, too, in which yard after yard of slender cord . is carried out 'by kites that look , too small to sustain their own tails, will be a keenly contested event. Besides the unique kites that will not be brought out to the light of day until tomorrow there is the common garden variety of kites such as- centi pede kites, barrel kites, flag kites, aeroplanes, dirigibles, hoops, kites of huge size and kites in infancy. Vf L . PrnplTirl has caneril suruar. vision over the work and the kite com- mtttee from the factulty consists of Miss E. J. Jones, J. L. Mears and W. C. Ross. The contest will be held to morrow afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock on the school athletic field. Mayor Lane has promised the Ha waiian band and Bandleader Peter Kalani will be there with his heavy chested musicians to furnish lively music for the afternoon. " , Frank's MUwaukee Meat-Treats for children's school . lunches: Chicked Loaf, Tongue.Loaf Banquet Loaf, Ham Bologne and other varieties, In bulk. Phonei l27t-r-Adw- 3415 f- ' . ; A . j.' iA" in j --A' -. 1 1 1 U " ?- ' ' ' II KJH I ' A' I ' -'m' A lr' v- .'" :" . '::A;-"-'--y- . " ' TTm 7nTTTf A - Jl -t' X iTTJb r;., AAArv--- - : ; - . . a - h ''---. ;'A iiP a . . -y " . - - -a. a-a;:. Ai';..AA FrTi - - ' A,-Ai: A A-- 'A ,'.,. . .; : ;AAv: s--A ;A v.-' U.VJ.I Ml MIS -. - ,-7; V'-'-.'-Vv. .j; , Ar ..:.A.;S WEui COURT II AS il 0 CASES Sixteen cases are on the. supreme court calendar, far-11 ay as. follows: . Nettie U Scott v. Esther X. Phll- ilo, et alt. Ks;eticns from circuU . uouit, iirst fircuu. i j Letters Cooke. Ltd. .v. Joe Fertsn-' ,je. et .alL - Kxoiuionj frotn.cirf t court, nrst clrt.wiL -Woug Wong, trustee r. Joe Perhin- der. et alt. Kxceptions from '"ci reel t court, first ' circuit. " J. B. Knos v. Joe Fernandea. et lit. Exceptions from t'lreaii Court, first circuit. Honolulu Planing ITill, Ltd. v. Joe Fernaudez. et alt. Exceptions- Iroui circuit ccurt, first circuit. Aifred-W. Carter, t ustee v. Terri tory of Hawaii, ct alt. Cross-appeals irom .circuit judge, third circuit. Territory of Hawaii v. Lum f)ii;i alias Lum Tim. Exceptions from !r-t-uit court, third circuit. Tokino Yoshiura v. M. Saranaka. Exceptions from circuit court, flr.t circuit. ffeVn K. Kinney v. Oahu Su&ar 'V., Ltd. Error to. circuit court, first cir cuit. Waianae Company v. Kaiwilei (wL Exceptions from (ircuit court, tlrst circuit. " Territory of Hawaii v. Joe Jimeade Capitan. Exceptions fr(m ciryait court, fourth circuit. In the matter of the application of Thomas G. Sllva and Y. Endo.' for a writ-of habeas corpus. Appeal frrn circuit jodge, third circuit - iieleana Kalehua y. Henrj- Olak. Error to circuit courtT first circuit. ' The Territory of1 Hawaii for ho use and benefit of the County of Maui v. Hugh Howell, ct alt, Exceptlcins from circuit court, second circuit. 'In ifra matter tr thA HnfTPill ftf Charles R. Forbes K from k ' ruHng f the auditor of the "territory. Appil from the Auditor of the Territory. lit the matter of the appeal of Charles R. Forbes from a ruling of the Auditor of the. Territory; .Appeal from, the Auditor of the Territory. BUSINESS60YERNMENT PROMISED BY COHEN Continuing his declarations that Honolulu's munlcrpal administration needs a businessman at its head if success is. to be attained, J. C. Cohen spoke at the Kallhi pumping station 4 last night before more than 159 peo ple. , "With the members of the board of supervisors composed of the best nen in the city, it is impossible for them to give' thelr; entire time to' the city for their own business must be at tended to," he said. . "It is, therefore, the business of the mayor to keep an eye btt every department and at the meetings ? be. able to report to . fce beard whatever lt wants to knoW. ier Meteopolitai Meat. Markd A;. ; ' ; " " A; '' A;, . . v.A-::.' y , ;., 'A. -j . A' , , . - .' 1 . - ' . '''' ' A:' .. . '. " '-J ' "-'."A.:" i' . .A V ' " , i ; . - "v 1 - . S . - . v. ... 'N .., 5 , - '' A-- V :f - ; V a. 7 I Hi Princijiles arid jh6f iersonalities liaVe iriarkoi the process a of my campaign SMe day of Irving to befoul issue by flinging niud is past. The p&ipicTjavc thing. It is no longer-jossib!c' to ihide blic'n weakhcssl)yliit taeking your opponents Wlutt the voter askij fs a eonstnietio program.- He wantf to kuoiw what you ftehfor the city ami ybur qualin'catipns for tlbiiig it. 'This i not ftnUiuli-; vidual fight buamuriicipa effort itv develop iIbnoluiuif j. r I i '-'": '."' Silk Tassels, price 20c; ' - ;- - . A- M- t -' ; f i. -. f : . - -. 1137 iA'i New will bring to your door the choicest se lections the market offers, !m Meats oir Fisli Australian Butter, per lb ia Biitter, Patrons who "desire to, oall purchases may' obtain, them s temporary office, oh, Deliveries to all parts of city 4 ... . .j.'V ';.- v. n;. .:t rJ;;G. OHEN. :a'A lit) i -i- .,A T1 KlTm and Beads' and. Silk Ooods. . ; ' n-MUaA ': A--;r .;i..T. - .A- '-- . A is.'-; ' -"' - '" i- " r .. : .'a ' . ' .A' .1 A Fort St; ''A' for their at Gash- V.' . A 55c v -- r' A - f- :'" - ' '. A--'-- ' .... 1 aT' 1 V SS Jdici rind Queen Sts. Phone 4121- A. A : V A a: r f A; . AA; . .