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w ; ,.. ! 1 K r. IS, . J' Many an Invalid l dragging out miserable exis tence Willi catarrh of tho Internal organ, There I no dlscnsu equal to this In producing complcto wretchedness, absolute despair, hnggard misery, anil stubborn w caknem. An army ot this Kort of victims linvo one by one discovered that l'eruna could bo relied uiion to re Here such case. iina man tfllt nnntlwr mm. and In this wav the new. spreads until In all part of the country arc to ho lounu men nno navo ueon pcrnianeuiiy nuvivw from the thraldom of Internal trouble. Many cases of catarrh of tho stomach, kidneys and other abdominal organ liavo reported them selves a permanently relieved. We Rive below testimonials which Illustrate, tho benefit ot l'eruna In these easel. vQJ rit'iK 'tils A W m fit 7 & -. m ' nw y H S&fSKSs mz is s m MR.ABNER'N.KEEP m M- MR. SIDNEY WE5SELS as) Annrtlte Returned. Cnlos Meals Mr. .Sidney Wcsels, Mcrrllton.On' tarlo,Jnti writes: "I havo been troubled with dys pepsia anil Indigestion for twenty cars, during which time 1 tried dif ferent doctors, but did not get the de sired results. "I have been compelled for weeks at a tlmo to itlvo up work, being com pletely prostrated. 1 hail, to confine myself to a milk diet, cs nothing would remain on my stomach. "I had about given up, thinking my case Incurable, when 1 heard of l'e runa and decided to try It. nnn Itnttln tnudn a Croat chauze. and after using another liottle of tins wonderful medicine, 1 had complete freedom from pain, my appotlto bad returned and.l could agnin enjoy my meals. I believe l'eruna Is tho grand est meuicino unuer uio ran.- Croun Young Alain. Mr. AbncrN. Keep, Vlneland, On tarlo, Can., writes i "J'oroer twenty venrs I was n sufferer from ca tarrh and had tried almost oery thing I could hear of. I doctored with physicians in 1'hlladclphla und iiuirnio, netioes wiin sjH-e (111 noi goireuei, eelallsls in Nebraska, hut "Flnall v. after being exhausted In health and funds, I deelded to try 1'eruua. This was after moving to this country two years apo. One botllo of l'eruna gave relief. After taking flvo bottles 1 was sound and well. "I am elghtytwojearaold and feel as good to-day as when I was In my thirties. "I give this for tho boiu'tlt of the allllcted In gen erates I am but one of many In this country who know what It Is to contend with sickness and pay out the lust dollar In doctor bills," Mr. Hubert n.llanvcy.Trea. Knights of Industrial Freedom, also a well known writer ami lecturer wrllcsfrom 11 S. Lincoln St., Chicago, Illinois, U.S. A., as follows: "I was in good health until enow ronr years ago, when my back became lamo and sore. Tho pains kept Increasing with severe twitches and slow, ex haustive actio. Trine was highly col ornl and passed with great irregularity. "1 knew this must be Inflammation of the urinary organs. "Having read of l'eruna 1 decided to try It. "1 found relief from tho pain within ten d.iys. Tho aches gradually dimin ished, and It was a blessed relief 1 can , usuro on. "Within three months I was well once more. My appetite had returned, I nervousness and irritability were things I of the past, and for over two years now I I uav been a healthy man." Mr. II. I.. Emory, Vlca Chancellor and Master of Arms, K. l'.'s, of Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.A., writes from 203 N. Sixteenth Ht., the following words of praise for l'eruna as a tonic. Ho says: "It Is with pleasure I recommend l'e runa as a fertile of unusual merit. A large number of prominent inemlicrs of tho different orders with which I hara been connected havo been cured by the use of l'eruna In eases of catarrh of ths stomach and head i also In kidney com plaint and weakness of the Internal organs. "l'eruna tones up the system, aids digestion, Induces sleep, and is woll worthy the confidence of sufferers ot tho abovo complaints." Fcruna has saved many people from disaster by rendering the kidneys ser vice when they were not able to bear their own burdens. The following wholesale druggists will supply the rstail trade : BE2J301J, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii Whoit Plops Hoc Wtml I lubu IlOu WSlrcin in Yniir ffilUdly lis fi UUi - iiiis Life? T IS A DUIL HOME that do;s not contain. WITHIN ITSELF re- sources for amusement and entertainment. Is there any more pleasant and profitable way of spending the long- winter evenings than in makinrr excursions into the delightful world of music? There arc hundreds and thousands of delightful compositions which you would enjoy knowing-, if you had some way of bringing them directly and easily into the home. If you have a Pianola Piano you can have a Daily Concert in y our Home t As the success of the PIANOLA or PIANOLA PIANO induces more nuil more imitation, it becomes incroasingly important to distinguish be tween the 'different instruments of this type. BACK OF THE PIANOLA PIANO ARE aiC BASIC PATENTS. They insure points of musical and mechanical superiority which imitat jra cannot overcome. For example, the THEMODIST (bringing out the melody above the accompaniment) and the METB03TYLE (showing the novice how to play with expression) are features exclusive with the PIANOLA PIANO. For many years there have been instruments that would play the piano in a mors or less mechanical way. But it is because the Pianola npprcaches so MARVELOUSLY CLOSE TO THE EFFECT OF THE TBAINED HUMAN FINGERS that the musical world has given it unre served recognition. The great musicians who commend the Pianola so highly have repeatedly refused to ex Dress any interest in the many other instruments that approach the Pianola's effects only partially and im perfectly. Bergstrom Music Co. Limited Odd Fellows Building Street in Old Canton' The Chinese fnlr "Street lit Old Clinton," which tomes off on tho day mill evening ot Dec. 12th at tho school grounds in the church build ing will represent n characteristic street In the busy city of Cnnton. A long lino of booths framed In elab orate coverings, painted nnd glided, wilt nt once nttrnct the eye. in tho evening, street scenes will bo shown, Including n bridal procession, arriv al of a mandarin, street hawkers nnd sellers. This In Itself will nttrnct hundreds, for nothing of the kind lins ever been given hero on such an elaborate scale. Ilcautlfill and choice Oricntnl articles will be for sate at the Chinese fancy table. For months many have been busily en gaged on this part of the fulr and great results can be promised. Among the novelties there arc one hundred nnd fifty dolls dressed In Chinese costumes representing different parts of China. ThH table Is In charge of tho ladles at tho Kindergarten. Tojs, grab bag, lemonade, candy, natural and artificial llowcr booths; nlso nu nrtlstlc tea g.iulcn, will ho Borne of tho features. Pretty girls In Chi nese costume will sell you different brands of tea. Ire cream booth, soda water, and a Chinese luncheon booth, as well as n f?hlnesa dinner booth, whero tho cclcbinted blrd's-nest soup (yueu wo) can be bought; delicious concoction of milk of almonds (hang yau chit) will be a specialty. A gold beater nt his Interesting work can ho viewed. Intensely Interesting views of China (mngle lantern) are Included In tho side-shows, and a Chinese street letter-writer, ready to Indite love, business or political let ters, will ho one of the characteris tic Blghtb "On the Street, of Canton," and tho gorgcoiisncss of It nil one can imagine when It Is known thnt Chinese lanterns, Chinese embroidery and. draperies of the finest und choic est varieties will be hung along the sides of tho street anil among tho booths, pioiluclng beautiful old Ori ental effects. An Oriental scene In Hawaii will oIfo be shown. This fair Is on a most nrtlstlc scalo and tout lets nnd visitors should not fall to sec It. The object Is to aid In needed repairs on tho Fort' Street Chinese Church, .improvements In kindergarten rooms,", ami-b aid the Cljnese Y. M. C. A. The fair will leujiy partnke of the nature ot a grand fete, nnd tho sum of 2G cents only Is asked for adults and 10 cents for biniiller ones, Kemember the date, Saturday, Dec. 12th, day and evenlsi'. For Mrs. Beynolds Mrs. San ford 11. Dblo.gavc n very Interesting luncheon on Tuesday In honor of Mrs. Reynolds, who sails next week for the Orient. The tabic, with Its centerpiece of green ami white listers, looked most nttiactl,ve, und u large bunch of oranges decor ated an alcove at tho side ot the con servatory. Mrs. 'Reynolds, who has been promoting humane work In the fcchrols hole, Is n very Interesting woman, thoioughly In lovo with her work and the amount of good which she docs Is tremendous. She lins been u .guest at tho Dole residence for n week past. Those asked to meet heio were Mrs. V. h. Hopper, Mrs. S. O. Wilder, Mrs, Francis Francis Bwunzy, Mrs. Augustus K. Murphy, Mrs. Mcfliew, MrH. Steven son, Mrs. Whltl.oy, Mrs. Wlthlngton, Mrs, Thompson. Mis. Home. Mrs. 3. tuition, airs. ii. e. uiniiigiiuin, airs. Call, Mrs. Alexander 0. Ilawes, Jr Miss Fope. Dinner at Ainahau "Alnahuu was tho scene of an elaborate dinner Inst evening given In honor of Doctor und Mrs. Humph lis by Governor Cleghorn. Magnlll ent clusters of exorla adorned tho table in conjunction with Australian ferns. At each corner clusters ot led berries nnd ferns weio artistically placed, Aftor dinner Mrs. Victor Collins, who arrived from England In tho Alameda on Friday, sang delight fully. She Is a very attractive young woman and her dress of white liberty satin trimmed with gold Ince suited her perfectly. Doctor Waterhouso also sang In his quaint fashion scv e'tal comic bongs. The guests were, besides Dr. and Mrs. Humphrls, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Case-Deerlng, Dr, nnd Mrs, I'Jruest Watcrhouse, Dr. nntlMrs. Victor Collins, Mr. und Mrs. Alexan der 0. Ilawes, Jr., and Mr. Fercy Cleghorn. Do not forget tho Oiitrlgser Club sports this afternoon nnd evening ut tho club rioiiKo. Captain Horner's band will bo on hand this afternoon anil tTwlll so served ,ns well us a chowder at C. The sports begin nt 2 o'clock, Tho ladles In charge of tho booths a to: tMrs. F; H. Richardson, general chairman; Mrs, John McCniul Icss, lopionnde; Mrs. Fred Carter, flowers; .Mis. Charles F. Chilling wot Hi, i lllma; Mrs. A, Fuller and Aijun lfoibert, chowder; Mrs. J. M. McChesnoy and Mrs. While, candy; Mrs. C. I,. English and Mra. (Iruhtim, tea and coffee; Mrs, J, Oilman and Mrs tlarlley, leo civiini; Mrs 0. V Uithh, r.iliuu; Mih. J. II. Kothuoll, sandwiches, und Mrs, Maruton Camp bell,, decornlions. There will bo n meeting of' this committee on the Outrigger grounds this afternoon nt 2:30. ' Mr. A. llunio Vara 5ms worked ard ently for tho success of tho Club and Ii Is to bo hoped thai the licacltwlll bo uttractUo enough to vii crowd. It (h unfortunate that tho Myitles h.ivo an affair nt tho Mtmnn, III tlio evening but tho two functions will not clnsh nnd all' will go on famously, Mrs. Charles Kdwnrdl, Fnrrar of Pasadena announces tliueiigugcmcut of her granddaughter, draco lliutunso Tower, only daughter of I he Into Mr. and Mrs. tloorgu Hammond Tower, to John Trenholm Warren of Honolulu, T. II., ion of Hoy, nnd Mrs. J. II War ren of Ilerkeley. Miss Tower has for ten years been n member of tho stntf of tho I'aBadenu Nows and Is well known In I'asadotia and I.oa Angeles, She visited Honolulu Inst tenson nnd It was while there thnt cho met Mr. Warren. No dnto Is nnnotinced for tho wedding. Hollands Facts. Wc will Show Tomorrow ex Alameda) A Special Purchase of Mliis Tower will bo very pleasantly lemenibered by n l.ngn circle of Ho nolulu friends. Hbo has alnays boon (,n enthusiast on tho Islauds and will bo a distinct addition to tho social mid literary llfo or Honolulu Mrs. Francis Oay nud Mrs. Hydo Sniltlr will recelvo with Mis. Fiear on Monday, Dec. 7, from 4 to fi They will be assisted by Mis. Knlman, Mrs. S, M. Damon, Mr. and Mrs. Mott-Smlth, Miss Kaufman, Mr. Will Whitney, Mr. and Mis. Win. Love, Mrs. Steerc, Miss F.thel Spalding, Sllsa Alice Cooper, Miss Woodward. We arc alt glad to hear that Mrs. Frederick Klamp has retoveiod so well from tho effects of her operation as to be able to return to her homo on Thurston avenue today. Judge and Mm. Selden Kingsbury, who hnvo been guests of Mr. Klamp, nro now at their apartments in the Alexander Ymtng. " Mrs. T. Michael, Mr. T. II. Mor.tn, nnd Mr. I lei t Slioro were among tho passengers dcp.u ting on the Korea this morning. They wore attended by it huge number of fi lends, who covered them with lets. They were guests nt the Young Hotel during their very pleasant stay in the city, si'iemflng much of their time ut tho Moana. Mrs. Michaels becamo an expert ut surf-riding. Word has been received In this city of the bit th of n son to I.leiit. and .Mrs. AW It. Cushman at their new home In I.a Jolln, California. The Cushmnns nro well known here, he having done duty at tho Naval Station. , Mr. nnd Mrs. Hngcns entertained n largo number of guests for the week end nt Pearl Harbor on Saturday. Mrs, llagens Is looking hnndsoniei' tlniu ever hm! Is a very popular yotingnial. ron. A The PrtncesB Knwnnannkoa will nut go to Now Yoik until later, being de tained by business mutters. Mrs. Donald Cu.'rio give n itollglit fill bridge tea on Tuesday In honor of sirs. Claiido Osborne and Miss Uordi.i at' her chat minx residence In Million valley. Thursday afternoon is a very agree able tlmo atFoit Shutter, Tor th? Royal Hawaiian Hand plays. Tho lawn Is in n good condition and Fort Shatter will boon bo otio of tho beauty spots of Honolulu. Mis. William E. Taylor is expect ed to return In the Mongolia lifter a trip to Colorado und California. I Men's Clothing Astonishing Values in Suits at $7.50, $8.50, $10,50 and $12.50 Snappy, Stylish, and Up-To-Date Come to Our CHRISTMAS FAIR For Value L B. Kerr & Co. i.iniited, - Honolulu Department Store Alakea Street H99R9 I l-i;,i'J5t- fcZirVftv lit EJfcaJi&G&SsS TO?aaBB5MEKBr:irawflggzCT SUNNYSIDE MILK Ladles Initial handkerchiefs from 10c up ut Whitney & Marsh's. This pure milk ha 9 been giving perfect satisfaction to thousands of families for years. It is now more popular than ever. Its Purity, natural flavor, and' keeping qualities recommend it to the careful tousewife. Order it frim your grocer. Theo. H. 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