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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, MAR. 31, 1911.
Common Companions,
dvsiK'iwia and bad tooth. There i
are no teeth in vour domacll.
,,. ,
Ion can t export it to perforin
the double duty of lnastieatinsj
and disestinc vour food. If ,
tue cniKiers no tnoir wovk poor
ly the etomaoh will eeaso to per
forin its function, and you are
miserable as .a result.
What a difference good strong
teeth make in one's physical
condition. Would you like to
insure the preservation of your
teeth?
AMERICA'S FAMOUS DENTIFRICE
is n delightfully I'l.KAS VNT,
AM'ISKI'TIC and l'OVY EIJFl L
JHIODOUAM irets .right into
the crevices of the teeth, purities
them and washes the germs away
SOZODONT
TOOTH
POWDER and PASTE
are free from grit and acids and
will make your teeth pearly white
without scratching the enamel.
f
On Sale at all Toilet Counters
BIG HAUL AI
Paymaster Stevens, TJ. S. A... had
an oppor' unity of viewing an assort
ment of his effects and possessions
this morning though the various arti
cles are still in the custody of the
police department.
At the same, time he confronted the
Porto Rican person who is alleged to
have entered his home on Green
street on last Tuesday and according
to a charge by officers, made away
with one gold watch valued at between
seventy-five and one hundred dollars,
a fairly good suit of clothes, some
her articles of wearing apparel and
sum of money amounting to nearly
nay dollars in gold and silver cur
rency. Chief of Detectives McDuffle; and
deputies worked up the case in which
Juan Riviera finds himself again in
the toils. The Porto Rican has just
been released from a term of impris
onment and is charged with having
entered the premises of Paymaster
Stevens by climbing a small, arbor to
a second story window and finding
the articles in a bath room.
An attempt was made to dispose of
the watch to a Japanese jeweler.
McDuffle and Kellett made a des
cent upon Camp No. 2 yesterday and
there found the Porto Rican's room.
A search revealed the presence of the
money hidden under a mattress Th3
coinage was partially identified by the
army man this morning. The clothing
was positively identified by Paymaster
- - rwwi -m fi nriii an in tii i nai i ' 3ti -t i i7nTTnwiT-ira 1 1 i r j
STEVENS HOME
Before You Leave Town
Come in and inspect 'our line of
Travelers' Toilet Cases
Beautifully
Cotton Plaid, Cretonne,
Dresden SilK and Seal Leather
Priced from $1.50 to $3.50
Also, we sell SPONGE BAGS.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Limited,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS - THE REXALL STORE
1
IMMACULATE LINEN
can be depended on if laundered by
French Laundry j- abadie, proprietor phone 1491
SWATOW DRAWN-WORK
Embroidered GRASS LINEN and SILKS; College Pennants; Oriental
Fabrics; Kodak Developing, Printing and Enlarging Lantern Slides.
Largest Pacific Souvenir Store in the world.
Hawaii & South Sea CurioCo.,
YOUNG BUILDING (and at all the Hotels)
' Stevens, and this was discovered con
cealed in a small satchel.
A preliminary hearing was held at
District Court this morning. Judge
I.ynier hound Riviera over on bonds
0 one thougand dollars for indictmeut
bv ,ne Gra,ul Ju,,y and t0 the circuit
Coult for tlial-, ,
PEACE ADVOCATE
Theodore Richards Returns
From Friendly Mission
To Orient.
"Japan is the most friendly nation
today that United States has. Japan
is always trying to perpetuate the
friendly feeling between the two na
tions. It is admitted that Japan is
keeping up the standard of efficiency
of her navy and army, not with the
intention of entering into war with
the United States, but to place her
in preparation."
Theodore Richards, editor of The
Friend and advocate of peace who re
turned yesterday made the above
sta'emenis today, when seen at his
ofiice. lie stated that the Japancso
do not want to do anything that will
cause friction between the two na
tions; and that her best people, who
understand the conditions of the two
governments are always trying to
check up wrong impressions which
have been planted in the lower class
of the Japanese, through the articles
printed in the Japanese press.
Mr. Richards returned highly pleas
ed with the result of the mission,
which took him to Japan, the estab
lishment of the five scholarships in
the Mid-Pacific Institute.
Mr. Richards while in Japan, vis
ited Kyoto. In his address before a
large and intelligent -f.udience. The
Japan Times, reported the address of
Mr. Richards who said in part: "It
would be the veriest presumption, for
an outsider to suggest what form of
Friendliness your efforts here may
take. It may well be doubted, how
ever, whether any other output prom
ises such fruitful returns as that di
rected to friendly intercommunication
of peoples by means of educational
opportunities offered to the young. Tt
has been the effort on the part of the
writer to try to interest the managers
of the large Carnegie Peace Fund to
consider this method of procedure for
the use of, the large funds In their
hand.
"Could not this society put Itself on
record, and further memorialize that
and other bodies to proceed on a larg
er scale and Improve upon our efforts
to promote discussions on the subject
of peace."
All the trains of the Northern Pa
cific have been equipped with "first
aid to injured" outfits. It is in the
form of a medicine chest and is lo
cated in the baggage car in a sealed
glass case.
WANTS
WANTED.
One or two airy furnished rooms in
good neighborhood, for light house
i keeping. State terms. Address "A,"
I Bulletin office. 4890-lt
constructed of
WASH CLOTHS and SPONGES
BACK FROM EAST
HONOLULU
AMUSEMENT
COMPANY, LTD.
IHEjMJOU
Amateurs Tonight!
The Famous
HIDALGOS
Spanish Dancers from Madrid, Spain
Presenting the Sensation of Europe:
Merry Widow Dance
JONES & O'BRIEN
Colored Comedians
Buck-and-Wing Dancing and Popular
Songs
POPULAR PRICES 10c, 15c, 25c
THE SAVOY
JUGGLE! JUGGLE! JUGGLE!
SEE
HESSIE
The Tramp Juggler The Funny Man
In New Features
New Hepertolre by
Jourdaine&Gervaise
In Operatic Selections
New Hits Each Week
SELECTED - MOTION - PICTURES
EMPIRE THEATRE
Matinees Every Day, 2:30 o'clock
i
A THRILLING ACT!
Princess Suzanna,
Smallest Midget in the World
In Her
Daring Tight Wire Act
TONIGHT!
The Singing Favorites
Whittier & Crosson
Now, Up-to-Dato und Catchy Songs
Better Than Ever
Popular Films - - Popular Price
The Wretchedness
of Constipation
Can quickly be overcome by
CARTER'S LITTLE
LIVER PILLS
Purely vegetable
act turdy aod
gently on the
Ever. Cure
Biuouueu,
Head.
ache,
Dizti
oeu, and Indication. They do their duty.
Smell Pill. Small Doae, 'Smell Price.
Genuine muitbear Signature
GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, lVa, 2 and 3 TONS - 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO
Agents
875 South, Near King Street
Phone 21G8
AMUSEMENTS.
Independent Theater
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
Will Open Next Week
MOVING PICTURES
AND VAUDEVILLE
WATCH FOR THE OPENING
This Tlit'iiter In Independent of nil
tilt' others. Get the Independent habit
Admission 10 Cents
Children 5 Cents
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RECREATIONS
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BIJOU
The poetry of motion Is expressed
in the wonderful dancing of the fam
ous Hitlalgoes Senor Hidalgo and
Senorita Fcla Hidalgo who are pre
senting their novel and sensational
dances at the Bijou. Their dancing
is essentially European and partic
ularly savors of the Spanish dances,
seductive and alluring, and with
music of Spanish origin, makes an
ensemhle of unusual fascination. In
the "Merry Widow Dance" as inter
preted im Europe the Hidalgos prove
themselves at their hest. In this he
witching dance the soul-kiss feature
is added. The castanets are freely
used. As dancers they are graceful
and full of vim, while the costumes
are things of beauty. Senorita is
simply bewitching in her Spanish cos
tume with its rich ilace and draperies
of shawl and sush, while Senor Hidal
go's bull-fighting costume is rich in
color. This is by far the most ambi
tious act the Bijou management has
presented. With amateurs on to
night, in addition to Jones & O'Brien,
the side-splitting colored comedy
team, the program will be of unusual
attractiveness.
EMPIRE
Princess Susana, is the heroine
of matinee and night audiences at the
Empire, Her diminutive size, her
graceful stage presence and her tiny
voice all serve to give the Empire ca
pacity houses. The princess Is mas
terful in claiming the attention of her
audiences. In her tight-wire act she
does many daring little features, us
ing only a Japanese umbrella for a
balance. The stage is well set for
her act and she makes a change of
costume before the audience, which
always calls for applause. This is
one of the prettiest acts for children
and matinee audiences should be large
throughout her engagement. Whit
tier and Crosson are not the least of
the attractions of the Empire, their
singing being unusually good, whlla
the .in.oving pictures this week are ex
cellent. One deals with a historic, in
cident in German history in the Mid
dle Ages, and shows the storming of
a feudal castle.
SAVOY
In imitation of Madame Calve, Mde.
Gervaiso is singing songs from Car
men this week at the Savoy. Her voice
is rich and powerful, and has much
the alluring quality of Calve's. She
sings the selections from Carmen
made famous by Calve, in a manner
which wins instant annlause. With
Jourdaine she sings from several of
the standard operas this week. Their
singing this week Is unusually at
tractive. Hessie, the juggler, is in
imitable this week-and, in his comedy
juggling. He has talent for enter
taining, and his makeup goes a long
way to aid in bringing on the laughs.
With excellent moving pictures in
between acts the Savoy has a splen
did program.
PERSONALITIES
ENGINEER SADLER of Hakalau
plantation, resigned that position yes
terday. CHARLES G. BARTLETT, who is
in the Orient investigating affairs of
the breweries there, expects to arrive
back home by April 28.
COL. SAM PARKER will leave for
the mainland this afternoon, sailing
in the steamship Korea. He will visit
in Europe, before returning to the
islands.
Miss Beatrice Campbell, in com
pany with Col. Parker, will leave this
afternoon for a visit in the States and
in Europe. It is said that she will
be absent from the islands about six
months.
THEODORE RICHARDS, who re
turned yesterday from Japan, in the
Korea, will address the Japanese
congregation in the Japanese church
at Makiki, Sunday evening, April 7.
He will probably speak in Japanese.
DELEGATE KALAN1ANAOLE was
among the interested spectators yes
terday afternoon in the Senate Cham
ber, where the Health Committee gave
a public hearing regarding the poi re
strictions which were enforced by the
Board of Health.
THEODORE RICHARDS, of the
Hawaiian Board of Missions, who
went to Japan in the interest of the
Mid-Pacific, returned yesterday in the
steamship Korea. He said that he had
a successful trip. Mr. Richards is a
Japanese scholar, having studied the
language here before going to Japan.
MRS. T. W. THOMSON is a through
passenger on the Korea for the Unit
ed States and is accompanying the
ashes of her husband to the mainland
for interment. She and Mr. Thom
son were in school work in the Phi
lippines for more than ten years a ill
Mrs. Thomson plans to return to Ma
nila after a slay of several months in
the United Stales.
I). Z. NORTON and his wife were
recent visitors in Honolulu on their
way to Japan and they plan to stay
over In this city on their return. Mr.
Norton is one of the big men of the
city of Cleveland, and Is president of
the Citizens Savings and Trust Com-
DISORDERED
DIGESTION
If Neglected May Develop Into a
Severe Form of Stomach
Trouble.
The Bert Safeguard It to Keep the Stomack
Toned Up and the Treatment Should
Be Begun When the First
Symptom Is Noted.
"A few years ago," says Mrs. fVorge
Fallu, of Finlayson, Minn., "I began
to suffer from stomach trouble. It came
on me gradually and I do not know
what caused it. I gave little heed to it
at the time thinking that it was me'rely
a slight attack of indigestion. It finally
developed into a severe form of stomach
trouble and I suffered terribly for
months.
"At the beginning of my sickness I
had fainting spells and became micon
cious. There was gas on my stomach,
my appetite was very poor and what
little I ate did not seem to be digested.
I was sick at my stomach a great deal
and had severe dizzy attacks. I had
hot flashes when it would seem as
though I was burning up. I could not
Bleep night or day during these spoils
unless I took something to ease the
pain. I was very weak and was in this
condition for six months. I could not
do any work and was confined to bed
for two or three days at a time.
"A doctor at Puhith said I had gas
tric fever. He did not give me much
help so I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
upon my mother's advice. I gave the
pills a thorough trial and unlike the
doctor's medicine, they agreed with me.
I took several boxes of the pills and
was entirely cured. I think so much
of the pills that I always keep them in
the house."
The tonic treatment with Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills by building up the
blood so that it can nourish and
strengthen the weakened digestive sys
tem has made hundreds of cures in the
most severe stomach disorders. This
record of cures should merit a trial for
the remedy which is guaranteed free
from opiates.
A new edition of the booklet, "What
to Eat and How to Eat," is free on re
quest. Send a postal for it today and
begin to cure yourself by following the
directions it contains.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are on sale
at all driiggiRte, or they will be sent to
any address by mail, postpaid, on re
ceipt of price, 50 cents per box ; six
boxes for $2.fl0, by the l)r. Williams
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
pany. In addition he is a member of
the ore firm of Oglehy, Norton and
Company, and is a prominent mem
ber of Baker Electric Carriage Com
pany, as well as other companies in
the city.
E. A. DOUTHITT and wife are
booked to depart on the Korea this
afternoon.
DR. J. N. MARTIN of Detroit and
Ann Arbor, Mich., is a guest at the
Hawaiian Hotel.
JUDGE DOLE of the Federal Court
and Mrs. Dole leave on the Korea to
day for several months in Europe.
DR. A. N. 'SINCLAIR is a departing
passenger -on the Korea, with Mrs.
Sinclair, for a trip to the mainland.
MRS. G. E. M. WILSON of Los An
geles after spending nearly a year in
the islands, has returned to her home.
REPRESENTATIVE MOANAULI of
Hawaii, was absent from the House
this morning, excused on account of
illness.
DR. M. R. EDWARDS, the eminent
bacteriologist who has been hero for
a short time, is a passenger on the
Korea today.
REPRESENTATIVE COCKETT of
Maui was forced tog leave his legisla
tive duties and hurry to his home, on
account of Illness In his family. He
has been excused by Speaker Hol
stein. SCHOOLS ARE AMERICAN
Editor Evening Bulletin: The
result of the first vote on the public
school question, in the Senate yester
day, .was a complete surprise to me,
as this all-absorbing question has been
so publicly discussed and favored by
every citizen in the land who had a
spark of pride In all that Is contained
in the word "American."
I wonder nt the status of a brain so
diminutive in Its perception of what
should be. I believe that I would ra
ther walk the streets with the finger
of scorn pointing me out as the perpe
trator of some low-down crime than to
warrant designation as a man who
clogged the wheels of progress by vot
ing against school facilities for the
little child; voted against a proposi
tion that would give the new genera
tion Its birthright to rise to Us oppor
tunities and responsibilities.
The activities, the mercantile, conv
merclal and industrial upbuilding of the
nation must be recruited from the pub
lic schools, and the circumstances thnt
surround the children of today are
chargeable to those now with their fu
ture in their hands.
We must judge the rising generation
by comparison with the , generations
that have preceded it. Is a backward
move to be recorded against Hawaii
wi'ilo every other sister State and Ter
ritory is sounding the slogan "chil
dren first," and not only sounding the
s'ogan, but making It good by the acts
of their Legislatures?
Kach recurring generation has been
a vast Improvement on the one that
it succeeded. How is Hawaii going to
stand in that line up? Tho adults of
today were children of yesterday; the
children of today will be adult to
morrow, and running the world accord
ing to the opportunities thnt were given
them today. NUMBSKULL.
Honolulu, Mureh 30.
W e e k 1 j Bulletin $1 per ycur.
Whitney
Limited
GREAT
CLEANING-UP SALE
of
French.
Hand-Made
Hand-Embroidered
Underwear
Begins
Saturday, April 1st
Gowns, Corset-Covers, Petticoats,
Drawers, Chemises,
Combinations, and Matched Sets
Buy Your
Meats
"WHERE YOU HAVE ASSURANCE AS TO QUALITY. SANI
TATION IS A RULE WITH US. THE MEATS ARE THE
BEST.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
Conspicuous
Shoes
A pair of shoes' may
be conspicuous for either
one or two reasons, be
cause they look particu
larly bad or they look par
ticularly good. WALK-
Gun Metal and Patent
$4.50.
Pair
Others, $3.50,
GET READY
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd., Alakea St.
& Marsh,
TELEPHONE 1814
OVER SHOES are in the
latter class from the first
day they are worn until
the last day. That's but
one reason why you
should buy them: there
are many other reasons
equally as good.
Find out at our store
some of the many other
reasons why the WALK
OVER is the shoe for you.
$4, $4.50, $5
FOR EASTER

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