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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JANUARY 20, 1906.
HEROIC JIM MASON WHO
ORPHEDM THEATRE
Good appetite, good dgions
refreshing sleep
these are essential to pjod heitn, aji the
following testimonial shows how they were
obtained by using
TRIED TO SAVE A MAN'S LIFE
RICHARD BUHLER I
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p,
s
Chit0' CI
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Ay
Sarsaparilla
. "Six years ago I had an attack of indi
gestion and liver complaint that lasted
for weeka. I wa3 unable to do any hard
work, had no appetite, food distressed me,
nd I Buffered much from headache. My
kin was sallow, and sleep did. not refresh
! I me. I tried several remedies without
' I I obtaining any relief. Finally, one of my
) I customers recommended Ayer's .Sarsapa
. ! rill a. It helped me from the first in
i 1 fact, after taking six bottles I was com
x pletely cured, and could eat anything and
I sleep "like a child."
11 There are many imitation
if Sarsaparillas.
If Be sure you get "AYER'S."
I Prepared by Dr. J. C Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass- U. S. A.
if I ATZS'8 PUIS, the bast family laxative.
HOLLISTER DRUO CO.. AGENTS.
. Thumping the keys of a piano Is not
music, and putting successively vari
ous lenses before the eyes is not an ex
amination, even though certain im
provements in vision are obtained.
Anybody can test your eyes you
can do it yourself, but the scientific
use of lenses involves something more
than experimenting.
Few can examine eyes and do It in
telligently and satisfactorily quite
a difference between eye-tests and eye
xaminations. Did that fact ever oc
cur to you? t
A. N. SANFORD
OPTICIAN,
Boston Building, Fort Street Over
May & Co.
Pure Wines
and Liquors
Family Trade Solicited.
Lovejogr & Co.
Nuuanu St. : : Phone 308.
Pure Soda Water
You can't get better Soda Water
than that bearing the FOUNTAIN
brand, for the simple reasoa that
there isn't any better made.
Fountain Soda Works. .
Sheridan Street, near King.
Phone Main 270.
Kimonos, Silks,
ORIENTAL.
GOODS AT
PRICE AT
REDUCED
1120 NUUANU ST..
NEAR
HOTEL.
QUALITY, STYLE AND FIT
IN OUR
$25.00 SUITS
George A. Martin
Arlington Block, Hotel Street.
OPEN ON SATURDAYS TILL 9
P. M.
NOW LOCATED IN OFFICES 2 AND 3.
Mclntyre Building.
J. S.MARTIN
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Street - - - - Honolulu,
Fort
T. H.
RICE & PERKINS,
ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHERS.
Studio: Hotel Street! near Fort.
THE COBWEB CAFE
Queen and Alake fits.
THE FINEST MEALS,
WINES, LIQUORS, ETC.
TO BE HAD IN THE CITY.
CAMARA & CO .
Props
j JOHN KEIll, Engineer,
Dealer In
NEW AND
SECOND-HAND
MA-
CHINERY.
Repairing of All Kinds.
GASOLINE ENGINES A SPECIALTY.
135 Merchant Street, Tel. 116.
COUNTRY
CLUB SNAG
People Won't Subscribe
Unless Closed on
Sundays.
The Country Club project is almost
nipped in the bud, owing to opposi
tion of certain people in the city who
are opposed to having the club open
on Sundays.
Several months ago Governor Carter
openly stated that he would head a
list of ten people to give $500 each
toward the Country Club idea. The
Governor and five others have "made
good." The gentlemen who are work
ing up the Country Club idea among
Honolulu's moneyed people in general
are reported to have run up against a
snag in the way of opposition to Sun
day playing, which comprises golf,
principally.
It is generally conceded that if Sun
day is taken out of the week, the
Country Club idea falls to the ground.
It is on this day that the adherents
of the popular game, and it is con
fined almost exclusively to those who
have leisure, have the opportunity to
indulge their fad. It is not a game
which calls out the multitude as does
baseball. It calls for only those who
play the game. Nobody can really
watch a game of golf.
A few gentlemen, when approached
on the subject, voiced their views on
Sunday golf. One said he would give
$500 if the club was closed all day
Sunday. Another said he would give
$1000 if the club was promised closed
on Sunday. He said, finally, that he
would give $500 if the club was open
after 12 o'clock on Sundays, but he
would give nothing at all if the pro
jectors of the club kept it open all day
on Sunday.
There the matter rests. It is a hitch
to which the Country Club originators
had never given a thought. It was
suggested, so it is said, to one of the
members that he belonged to the Pa
cific Club, which kept open on Sundays
and cards could be played there or
liquor drunk on that day if desired.
He is said to have replied that he was
not one of the originators of the club.
and therefore was not responsible for
present day conditions. Another
philanthropist, when notified that he
was a member of the University Club
which has opened up only in the past
two years, and is kept open Sundays,
said he was not a charter member.
ine projectors of the .Country Club,
which is to be located on the Rooke
property in Nuuanu Valley, believe
they have a fine prospect ahead. They
could dispose of some of the lands to
advantage on their lease, and could
pay up their prospective debts in a
short time. It is said by these pro
jectors mai sucn a ciud would en
hance the value of ?-rorertv in the
iciuny. mere is great need for a
Country Club, however, and it is hoped
that some way around the present dif
ficulty may be found.
TO PLAY FOR
A GOLF CUP
On the 27th of this month Manager
Bidgood of the Haleiwa Hotel, an
nounces that there will be another golf
tournament at Haleiwa for the beau
tiful "Haleiwa Cup," and, in view of
the above fact, the Manoa Golf Club
will give a stroke competition tomor
row to decide which eight players will
represent the club at Haleiwa on the
27th.
The same conditions will apply to
the Manoa competition as heretofore,
namely, the eight players handing in
the lowest scores will receive a round
trip ticket to Waialua.
The handicap of a few of the play
ers will be changed for this competi
tion as follows: Q. H. Berrey, 3;
Frank Armstrong, 5; E. O. White, 6;
Austin White, 8. The Manoa Golf Club
has established a new rule whereby
no player shall receive more than an
eighteen-stroke handicap.
The new "White Rock Cup" is ex
pected on the Alameda today and It
promises to be one of the most beau-
iropnies seen here. It is present-
ny jt-eacock & Co., Ltd.
In the Manoa competition the Hale
iwa will offer eight prizes, each of a
trip to Haleiwa, railroad fare and two
meais at the Hotel, together with en
trance tee m the tournament.
THE FAVORITE GROTTO.
Lots of people lose money
by playing the favorite in a
horse-race. I f you must play
a favorite, let it be the FaV-
y ii a c VJIxUI IU, VVnere tile
Dest lunch in town is served
every noon. Today's menu
SOUP-PUREE OF SPLIT PEAS
CLUB SAUSAGES
POTATO PANCAKE
ROAST LEG MUTTON
CURRANT JELLY
tKOWXED POTATOES
FRIED EGG PLANT
COLD SLAW
With Beer, Wine, Tea or
Coffee.
FEED KILEY, Prop.,
Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets.
SOMETHING OF
BOXING FADS
Fitz's Defeat is Likely
to Start New
One-
Jack O'Brien's victory over old Rob
ert Fitzsimmons will start another fad
in the boxing- line. For a while all of
the aspiring and perspiring heavy
weights will want to be fast and
clever, like O'Brien, whose jumpmg-
Aaoc tricks keDt Fitz moving so fast
that his stomach went back on him
ThPSP rhanses come periodically. In
the time of John L. Sullivan nearly
every heavyweight tried to fight just
like John, with a pawing left hand
and a smashing right swing that did
business every time it landed, but only
landed when it happened that the other
fellow forgot to get out of the way
Jim Corbett's cleverness in the fight
that ended Sullivan's winning streak
caught the fancy of the sporting world.
In a week all the fighters had dropped
the right swing idea and were trying
to e as fast and fancy as the shadowy
James.
That fad lasted until 1897. when Cor-
bett met a better man in Fitzsimmons
at Carson. Then the wallop had an in
ning. Fitz was the idol of the fighting
men. What he did was exactly right
Cleverness and showy boxing, like Cor
bett's, went on the auction counter,
with no one to bid for it. People talk
ed about Fitzsimmons' wonderful
knack of making every move effectiv
and it was wonderful as long as his
strength and
punches.
vitality backed his
But Jeffries came along with his
so far over that his mid section was
hidden from sight. He beat Fitz. All
the heavies, and most of the little fel
lows, too, began to curl themselves
into bowknots in imitation of Jeffries.
The idea filled the land that the heavy
weight champion must be a huge, pon
derous punching macmne, with a
heavy frame and a bony jaw fit to stop
a. 12-inch shell. The battleship type of
fighter came into fashion. Promoters
scoured" the land for Monroes and
Kaufmanns, Weekses and other mill
ing giants.
But now that- Jumping Jack O'Brien
has beaten Fitz there will be a hop
ping and skipping such as the poor
old ring has never seen before. Heavy
weights, with stocky legs, will try to
hop up in the air lik jackrabbits
Thin-legged fighters will train their
spidry underpinning to knitting
kneedles with earnest practice of O'
Brien s manifold sidesteps. All sorts
of fighters will raise the rosindust
while trying to be in every part of the
ring at the once a thing only possible
to O'Brien and the Deity.
There will be swift jabbing and fly
away sidestepping until your brain
whirls. Some of the fighters, perhaps,
may master Philadelphia Jack's deft
ness of foot
Tnen about the time that the pugilis
tic world is speed mad Jeffries will
wake un, climb into the ring again and
put on- the mitts. Jeff can step some
himself. Also he can wallop. Also he
is still young and has a stomach that
takes as kindly to punching as it does
to the gentle massage of the training
camp.
The next morning there will be an
other change In pugilistic styles.
Luxury played an equal part with
age in beating Fitz. For two or three
years Bob has been living much in ho
tels and cafes. He has drunk appe
users before meals, eaten rich foods
and finished with a cordial. His stom
ach, always accustomed to a rougher
fare, became as tender as a magnate's.
At the end of the thirteenth, round
Fitzsimmons muscles were strong, but
the weak stomach put him out of busi
ness. The heat and the exertion, with
the blood he had swallowed, made him
sick.
ine om Komans, wnen Home "was
going to the dogs, used to eat several
banquets a day, taking emetics between
them. A man liked a dish of peacock's
tongues He stuffed himself. He took
an emetic and Stepped round the cor
ner. In a moment he came back, pale
round the gills, but with an achin,
void ready to be refilled. It's a bet
the old Gracchi would have collapsed
after a solar plexus punch.
Prosperity and pugilism don't travel
in the same private car.
SOCKER FOOTBALL
THIS AFTERNOON
This afternoon another battle for the
supremacy in the pigskin game will
take place at the baseball park. At
2:30 p. m. the PunaTious and the Y.
M. C. A. will try for conclusions and
at 3:45 the Iolanis and Mailes. will op
pose. The Hawaiian Government band
will be in attendance. The games are
-rtMJciauon iooxoaii contests, or
"Socker" as the games are more gen
erally known, and keen interest is
displayed. Last week's games were
examples of what good sport the Soc-
k?r game really is, and today's events
should bring out the best sporting
element. The teams will line-up as
follows:
Maile? Goal. Belser; backs McGill.
Anderson: halfback?, R. Chillingworth,
Center. F. Davis; forwards. Bail"-,
Catteral. Simpson. Gray, H. Bailey;
substitute. Duisenberg.
Iolanis Goal, J. Kea; back?, E. Kel
lett, J. Kellett; half backs, F. Harri
son, M. Anderson, W. Notley; for
wards, Mon Yin, J. Bolster, J. Ander
son. L. Blackman, J. Woo.
Punahous Goal. A. A. Catton; backs,
W. Snper. G. Fuller: half backs. F.
Hoogs. R. McCorriston. A. Lowrey;
forwards, W. Campbell, C. Cooke. R.
R. Catton, J. H. Catton, J. L. Cock-burn.
The Eagles' Aerie, a fraternal paper j
ublishel at Los Angeles, records the:
p
heroic action ot a native Hawaiian
nameI Jim Mason, in terms as follows:!
Last month Ketlomlo Aerie, No. 935,'
lost the first member bv death D . !
James Cozad, Aerie pianist, and one of !
the most popular young men of that
Aerie.
Jimmy Cozad met death while in the!
line of duty, as a lineman for the Edi
son Electric Company, by coming in
contact with a high tension "live"
wire of the Redondo Beach Electric
Company, which came in contact with
the lines upon which he was. working.
It was supposed that all wires of both
companies were "dead," this assur
ance having been given, officially, after
several hours of waiting to secure that
result.
Jimmy Cozad, and a Hawaiian named
Mason, were strineinrr wires across the
Redondo Beach Company 's line near
Centinella. a station near Inelewood.
when the accident occurred, working
under the directions of Jack (W. L.)
Frost, superintendent for the Edison
Company at Redondo. Bro. Frost (who
is secretary of 935) had just cautioned
the men to be careful, even though the
wires had been "killed," when, with a
cry, Jimmy Cozad pitched backward,
just as Mason was reaching for the
same ire the boy had come in contact
withw'
Bro. Cozad 's foot caught in the wires
anu fie hung suspended in the air. Ma-
Bon, although on a distant pole, was
among wires, any one of which might
now kill from that live wire hanging
across mem; out wnnoui a moment s
hesitation, Mason lowered himself, fan'
to where the bo was gg,- and
tairlv ran UP that pole and among the
wires! lfirowing a rope around Jim
my's inanimate body, Mason unhesitat
ingly cut the wire and lowered Jimmv
to the ground, with the assistance of.
i5ro. Jrrost, who ran to his aid. j
Every effort was made to resuscitate
the boy; but it was of no avail; 15,000'
WILL SHE MARRY
ADDIES' BROTHER
NEW YORK. Jan. 8. Friends of
Mrs Charles T. Yerkes attribute to en
emies of the widow of the financier
responsibility for the rumor that gain
ed currency to-day that Mrs. Yerkes
intended to remarry. When seen at
her residence Mrs. Yerkes characteriz
ed the report as "ridiculous" and said
it was absolutely without foundation.
According to the rumor. Wilson Miz-
ner of ban FTancisco was to be the
fortunate man. It w-as said that Miz
ner of late had been very attentive to
Mrs. Yerkes ana mat as soon as the
usual period of mourning was over they
wuuiu ue yuieuy weuueu. lvuzuei, ii0
is one of five brothers, is a son of
a I
former American diplomatist.
Mizner has been stopping at the
Hotel Astor, but left there to-day.
Friends said he had gone to Chicago.
How the story of the intended mar
riage arose the friends of Mrs. yerkes
say they cannot imagine, unless some
one who entertained ill will for the
widow started it. They said that Miz
ner and his brother Addison, who
lives in New York, are among Mrs.
Yerkes' circle of friends, but such a
thing as an attachment of anything
more than a friendly nature does not
exist on either side.
Though suffering from a severe cold
contracted on the day of her husban i's
burial, Mrs. Yerkes consented to see
The Call representative. When the re
port was repeated to her, she became
almost hysterical.
'Why, it is absolutely untrue," she
said when she had recovered her com
posure. "I shall never marry again.
but shall devote my life to carrying
out the provisions of my husband's
will."
ENGINEER RISKS LIFE TO SAVE
WOMAN.
Prompt and heroic action on the part
of George Williams, an engineer of a
Boston bound express on the New York,
New Haven and Hartford Railroad, to
day saved the life of Mrs. Hallock H.
Hill at Quincy station. Williams re
ceived severe internal injuries, but
hopes are entertained for his recovery.
w imams s train was taking on pas
sengers at the Quincy station, and his
engine was standing on the Saville
street crossing, when Mrs. Hill and her
daughter Mazie started to cross the
track. Just then an outward bound
express from Boston rushed up. Mazie
continued across the tracks and reach
ed the other side in safety, but to the
consternation of the spectators Mrs.
Hill was slower in following:.
She realized her position when too
late, and for a moment hesitated in
the path of the oncoming train. Gate-
man Minchin ran from his post and
attempted to reach the woman to pull
her to safety, but he could not secure
a good grasp on her arm. Just then
Engineer Williams leaped from his
cab, gave the woman a strong push
out of danger, and then, before he
"could leap to safety, the outward
bound engine struck him, hurling him
fifty feet into the air. He was picked
up conscious and murmured just be
fore losing his senses: "I tried to save
her, and I guess I did."
He was removed to the Quinc' City
Hospital, where a hasty examination
showed that two ribs had been broken
and severe internal Injuries sustained.
--Boston Transcript.
f.
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JIM MASON, THE HERO.
volts had passed through the body, and
his foot and leg were frightfully
burned.
Few people indeed are there in Re
dondo but who knew Jimmy Cozad.
One of the leading spirits in the
younger social set, always pleasant,
and alwavs on hand when there was
anything on hand in his Aerie, and a
young man of high moral standing,
Jimmy Cozad was always welcomed
The body laid at the home of Jimmy 's
friends, Mr. and Mrs. L. Culler, in Re
oondo. Saturday afternoon services
were held at the Methodist church,
j where the Eagles of Redondo Aerie
took charge, and from where they fol
lowed their brother to his last resting
place in the Redondo cemetery at Bel
vedere. Not an Eagle of that Aerie,
who was in town, but attended the ser-
vices at the church, and nearly every
one of them followed the boy to his
sleep "not dead, but gone away."
HOUSEHOLD GARES
Tax
the Women of Henolulu tile
Same as Elsewhere .
Hard to attend to household duties
With a constantly aching back.
A woman should not have a bad back,
And she wouldn't If the kidneys were
well.
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills make
well kidneys.
Here is a Honolulu woman who en
dorses this claim:
Mrs. Emma Vieira, of King street,
this city, says: "For three or four
years I had the misfortune to be af
flicted with an aching back. The pain
and discomfort this entailed on me can
be better imagined than described
1
have two children, and it was of course
difficult for me to attend to them
while oppressed with suffering. The
way in which I found relief eventually
was by using Doan's Backache Kid
ney Pills, procured at the Holllster
Drug Co.'s store. They did me a large
amount of good, as I now testify. I
should certainly recommend those who
have backache or any other form of
kidney trouble to try Doan's Backache
Kidney Pills."
.Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
for sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents
per box (six boxes $2.50). Mailed on
receipt of price by the Holllster Drug
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, wholesale agents
j tor tne .Hawaiian Islands.
Remember the name Doan's, and take
no otner.
O-r-tiAJiS , WELL OF CHAMBER
LAIN'S COUGH REMEDY.
air. jonn Main, Manager for P. J.
Petersen & Company, Bloemfontein, So.
Africa, makes the following statement
for the benefit of the public: "Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy has a big sale
here anj as we have been handling It
for several years, we can confidently
say that we sell more of it than we do
of any other preparation of that kind."
This medicine is especially recommend
ed for coughs, colds, croup and whoop
ing cough and can be given to the little
ones with absolute security. For sale
by all Dealers and Druggists, Benson,
Smith & Co., Ltd., Agents for Hawaii.
SELF CURE NO FICTION!
MARVEL UPON MARVEL! NO SDFFEBEB
.-stiiij .uw UESPAIR, but without running
doctor's bill or falline into the deep ditch of
quacKery, may Barely, speedily, and economic
ally cure himself without the kuowh-dge of a
second party. By the introduction of the New
rrenoo Kemeay, 1 JJERAPION, a complete
revolution baa been wrought In th depart
ment of medical science, whilst thousand have
been restored to health and happinesa who for
years previously naa been merely dragging; out
a mim-muie existence.
lUkKAPlON No. 1 In a remarkably short
time, often a few dars onlv. effects il rnrp.
superseding injections, the use of which does
Irreparable harm by laying the fnndatlon of
tricture and other serious diseases.
iHfcKAi'lON No. 2, for impurity of the
blood, scurvy, pimples, spots, blotches, pains
ana swellings or tne joints, gout, rheumatism.
secondary symptoms, etc. This preparation
purifies the whole system through the blood,
and thoroughly eliminates all poisonous matter
rrom the bolv.
THERAPIOX No. 3. for nervous exhaustion.
Impaired vitality, sleeplessness, and all the dis
tressing consequences of dissipation, worry,
overwork, etc. It possesses surprising power
In restoring strength and vigour to the debt!"
tated.
THERAPION
chasers should see that tie word "Tnerapton"
appears on British Government Rtamn In
ts sold by the principal Chemists throagnoat th :
orid. Price In England. 28 and 4H. Pur. i
white letters on a red ground) affixed to every i
package by irter of His Majesty's Hon. Com- 4
mlssi oners, and without whlcn It la forgery.
And
NATIONAL STOCK COMPANY
Great "War Melodrama. Magr.if:;ent
Scene. Productions on New and
Enlarged Stage.
THURSDAY,
FRIDAY and SATURDAY,
The White
Tigress
Of Japan
POPULAR PRICES: 25c.. 50c. VSc,
ORPHEUM TELEPHONE, WHITE
6S1.
Matinee Saturday
ADMISSION 25 CENTS.
D I A E IES
FOR
1906
AT
WALL NICHOLS CO.,
Republic Block.
Si-ecjAL OFFER
Pyrographic 0utm B-$150
Pmtt il HaA. Wood. Ltifcw, mt.
iMfcni an fcM FtoM Fata. Cork HtmOt. tHMbm TllfrgL
fahli mil ftulo. Maul Ualoa Cotk. tonnm (onia. "nihaT
la. two piaoat af caaipad Pracfioi Wac4 aatf Ml tfbaaavjaft,
ao t), i Bin unit Boa.
Handkerchief
Box, No. m
Slit it- frtca. aaaaa,
Bfaoa of daar afela f 1 1 i, a,
aaaatWullr tfanfaad.
fto abort Pyrofnpftk Outfit and Handkerchief Brj
mm" oar ttpai Uhatraua' eatakifaa of Prm Oaoha aoe"
miia i, will ba aa a yoar adoaaa b, prapaat a&praaa a Mali
aj OBOaar i.w far tS.Ou.
Oa, laMMf attloiva aa4 adnaca Hin al aaw aai nHaial
GALLAGHER BROS.
7 Grant Avenue San Francisco, CaL
Oahu Ice &
Electric Co
Ic delivered to any part of the city.
aland orders promptly filled. Tel. BIu
111. P. O. Box 600. 0flc: Kewalo.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
COMPANY.
Machinery, Black Pipe, Galvanl
Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Iron and Steel, mm
glneers' Supplies.
Office Nuuanu street.
Works Kakaako.
VISIT
THE
o o
A trip to the Zoo, at KaimukI,
is enjoyable to children and
parents alike.
Besides the wonderful collec
tion of animals and birds there
are other delights too numerous
to mention.
ADMISSION 10 CENTS.
FOR SALE, FRESH FLOWER AND
VEGETABLE SEEDS.
Mrs. E. M.Taylor
YOUNG BUILDING.
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
Grocers.
'Phone Main 149.
P
UNyaaVaitWaW
EAGLE CLEANING AND
DYEING WORKS.
Fort Street, opposite Star Block.
UA.Dirr' AND GENTS' CLOTHING
CLEANED AT LOWEST
PRICES.
Phone White 2362.
Rare old Black Idols from Bud 1
hist Shrines. Art Russian and
Colonial Brasses. Doorknockers,
Mats, Tappas.
HAWAII AND SOUTH SEAS
CURIO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Buildinsr.
O
GUY OWENS CO.
ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERS
Phone Main 315, Union Street.
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