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SEVENtNO nnuJiTlN. HOKOUIUj. T. 11., TUESDAY, MAR. 8, 1010. -
ma ; jsaassaassp Officials Slate' Strike 1 1 . ,? Tj, 9 r .i Z
' rajfSraWi Is .Exa gerated 3. Men S O0tlll!lg :
- !. W 1 (J I . -M 1 Y . 1H
for Infants and Children.
PHILADELPHIA. Mnr. 7. Th
that. Uicro nro more thau 20,000 po
strikes ;.or In progress In this, clt
fTiat Hint over 100,00b figured in t
groA exaggerations. '
The situation Is growing grav
Tile reiteration or Labor win n
The Effects' of Opiates.
'I'HA'T INFANTS ore peculiarly susceptlblo to opium ami Its various prep.
- orations, nU or TflUcli aro narcotic, is wen known, xa cb , tuo simmcs n.e qt comuaratlve qUlot untl
doses, if continued, theso opiates' cawo chaises In llio functions ana growth l reachcd; ' s
the' cells, 'trhlch aro likely to becomo permanent, causing Imbecility, mootal I ' m , m
perversion, a craving (or alcohol or narcotics in later life, Nervous diseases, such
W Intrsctablo nervous dyspepsia and lack of slaying powers, are a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In tliclrlnfuncy. The rule among
physicians is that children should never rccclv o opiates la tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a time, and only then If unavoidable
The administration of Anodynes Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly docrlcd, and
the druggist should not bo a party to It. ChlUrcr. who nro 111' need tho attention
of a physician, and it is nothing Icsj than a crime to do-o them w illfully with nar.
cotlc. Castoria contains no narcotics it it bears tho slgnaturo of Chas. B, Fletcher.
e city authorities .emphatically deny
rsoiu concernca in inc B)mpnincuq
y anu Hiniouiwi. yiytyiHjvia iu uiu
ho" rioting an,d disturbances were
cr nnd there Is no present hope of
.' ' 1 '
'old a meeting tomorrow, nnd the po-
I the conclusions of that body nro
" Tour Dttpfcratlon known a CMtorl 1 hvo urcd
fbr reus la chl idrra't comptAlnU ind I hayo found
Bathing batter." Jonx J. Lirri, M. D ,
. Cleveland, Oaln
Tot Ml ml years t reccmmetuled your "Cu torla'
tnl ball tlwiji continue to da to, u It hu Ihyi
tUbly pndnMd benesdil rcmlu "
Es T. rn, M. D , New Tork City.
"Tour CutorU to tnerltorlooe honichoU
remedy. It Is partly TtRtUtile tnduu u mild
rthtrtk. Abore nil, It docs no turm, nhlch li
nolo U cu b Mid of Uio great majority cf chil
Victoi n. Oorriuti, M. D , Omaha, Neb
"I hati ticicrlbl toot Oitorta In many twl
And haro always found It an rfOcle nt and epeody
roiucdy." A. F. 1'Etl.rn, II. D , St. Loula, Mo.
' I baro nf cd yonr Cartorla In my own boaaehold
with cood r.eulli, and hao adlscd Mrctal patients
to na It for Ita mild, laxatlre cQoct and freedom
from hum " Edwihd ruiRiirr, M. D ,
Drooilrn, N. T.
"YocrCatlorla hotda tho uteeni of tho medical
profcf tlon In a manner held by no other proprietary
prpai illou ll la a uro and rollablo medlclno for
Infinta nnd cniMrrn. In fact It la tho nulreraal
hoovchold remray for Infantile ailment
J. A. rinKSB, M. D., Eantia City, Mo.
HATPINS MUST GO.
CHICAOO, Mnr. 7. Omclsl w
eatd b) tho courts on a dozen occas
city council today passed an ordln
the mo.it oluclnt language that cout
long hatpins, wcro declared to be a
bite among the nUleimcn that prcc
hatpins rccch cd a most solemn dts
nr lms been declared on
Ions to jvo.a dangerous wenpun. The
nnce regulal'ihp tho uto of them. In
d bo used, hatpins, nnd especially
public' nuisance, nnd during tho de
eded the passing of tho ordinance,
cusslon from a parllamcntnr) dtand-
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
.In Use For Over 30 Years.
Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday
FIGURED CREPES For draperies or "kimonos; 36 in.
wide. Regular price, 25c; sale price. . .6 Yards for $1
DIMITY DRAPERY 33 inches wide; cream ground,
with pink, blue and jellow flowers. Regular price, . .
45c; sale price i 35c. a Yard
PUI0W BAGS Ready for use. Regular .price, 25c.;
tale price 15c.
CHILDREN'S WHITE POKE BONNETS Prettily
trimmed. Regular prices, $1.23 and $1.50; tale
prices :. 95c. and $1.10
NEW WASH DRESS GOODS, SPRING NOVELTIES
Dimities, Lavns, Batiste, S,vi3s, Organdy, Repp, Linen,
Crash, Poplin, and many other beautiful and desirable
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania-StrejtJ Opposite Fire Station
MR. AND MRS. YOUNG
Now Showing Big Line of
Victoria and India Lawn
Sale Price, 7 l-2c up to 35c per yd
' L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
Modern Ideas of Comfort
in the ofllce and in the home demand a circulation of the
8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise
'The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Roof Garden of Young Hotel Was
Transfoiracd Into Fairyland bv
Hundreds of Vari Colored
Lights and Bright Decorations.
Tho reception glcn at tho Youns
llntnl lnat nlcht In honor of the
fiftieth anniversary of tho-wcddlnB'
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Young,
was one of tho most brilliant society
nttalrs of the season, Emblazoned
with hundreds of varl-colored lights
nnd decorated with potted plants'
nnd banks of roses nnd ferns, tho
root garden of this palatial hotel was
transformed Into a veritable fairy
land. As tho guests nrrlved they wcro
received by Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexandr
Young Iu the lounging room, their
eon'j nnd daughters forming n rocolv
Ing lino at their loft. The platform
in tho nlcovo was profusely decorat
id. .This was fitted up In the form
of a throno room nnd was the cyno
Buro of all eyes. '
A unique decoration wbb a largo
wedding bell compiled entirely of
tin) golden lights, tho clapper be
ing represented by a large golden
globo. ThlB boll was Busponded
from n wooden belfry and was a typ
ical (representation of those scon in
Amongst thoso who helped receive
the guests wero Mr, and Mrs. Dredge
of Oakland. Dr. nnd Mrs. Howard of
3an l'ranclsco. Dr. and Mrs. Ander
ecn of this city, Mr. nnd Mrs. von
Ilnmm, Mr. and Mrs. Archlo Young,
Mr. nnd Mrs., T. Hi McNab of Los
Angeles, Miss I). II. Young, R. A.
After tho rccoptlon a series of
pleasing entertainments were gleu
Mrs. Ilruco McV. Macknll gnvo vocal
selections In her usual finished style,
which were much appreciated. 'iio
little Dredge children gave an exhi
bition of Highland sword dancing,
whllo the older Dredge child pre
sented a ery pretty Bklrt daaco, for
which she received much applause
i Tito prettiest sight of the wholo
evening was whon Mr. and Mrs Al
exander Young left the dining room
and, to tho strains of Mendelssohn's
Wedding March, played by tho Hojal
Hawaiian Hand, stepped upon tho
,roof garden. With the members of
tho family following, this vonorablo
couple, looking tho picture of health
and happiness, marched the cntlro
length of (ho root garden', nnd rc
cch ed trio "acknowledgments and
congratuia!ou8 of tho lmmonse
number of guests assomblod.
Supper was soned late In tho
P0IS0NED-CANDY SENDER DIES.
BAN KHANCISCO, Mar. 7. WI th tho death of Mrs. Cordelia Ilot
1 In todny In San Quentln prUon, fl nls was written to one, of tho most
famous criminal cases In tho pollco annals' of tho country. Mrs. Ilot
kln v,ai serving a llfo sentenco nl though originally sentenced to ex
plato her crime-) on the gallows. She had bcou collected of sending
poisoned candy through tho malls, n n net that caused the death of sev
YOUNG KNOX MAY BE MARRIED. '
I'HOVIDKNCE, It. I., Mar. 7. According ''to n report that became
prevalent horo today, Philander C. Knox Jr.,1 i?6n 'of the Secretary pf
State, has married Miss May Holer I n this clty.. The'rcport has not bep
rlflol, both parties refusing to admit It ns "being true. Miss Holer,
Is an cmplo)o of n department store, and joung Knox, little moro than
n boy, was attending srhobl hero. ,
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LILLIS WILL NOT PROSECUTE. ,., . ''
KANSAS CITY, Mnr. 7. Hanknr Lllllg has, rctopred from jthe
wounds lntltctcd by J. 1. Cudahy. Sunday, whon the Inttcr found htm
In a compromising relation with his wife. When Interviewed by tho
police toilij, he stated that ho will refuse to prosecute his assailant.
cenlng, nftcr which dancing was
'indulged In until a late hour.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Young
wcro 'the recipients of n beautiful
Let of golden ion Ice, Including can
delnbia. Many other valuable pres
ents wero bestowed upon this genial
couple, who have dona so much for
Honolulu nnd for the Terrltoiy In
general. i , '
Among, the guests present wore
Governor nnd Mrs. Wnlter V. Frcar,
Judge nudtM;m.Spnford II, Dole, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Bi4iort Lexers, Mr. nnd
Mrs. P. A. SChaeter, MIsh Schnefer,
Mr. and' Mlr'S. M. Damon, Miss
May DumoftUMr. and Mrs. Prank
Damon, Mr, nnd Mrs. H. P. Ilald
wln, Mr. nndMrs V( V. Hall, Miss
Hall, Judge -sand Mrs; Robertson,
Judgo,iiiul iifa.v.'Wllilorf Mr. nna
Mrs. Low rey1,! ?Mr. and Mrs. J.' A.
Kennedy, Mr;1 ond Mrs. V, M.
Suansy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kopke,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Wall. Miss Jcs
slo Kennedy,Mr. "hnd'Ird C. Hcdo
mann, Mr. and Mr. Theodore IPl)
ards, Mil and Mrs. Tv Cllvo Davles,'
Mr. and Mrs. deorge Davles, Mrs.
Andrew Puller, Misses Wulker,
Messrs. Wnlkvr.oMn'nnd ilrtli A. M.
Ilrown, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. II. Mc
Stocker, General -and Mrs. McClel
lani Colonel Walter Schuyler, U. S.
A.; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Matt-Smith,
Mr.' and Mrs. Ai J.' 'Campbell, Mr.
nnd Mrfl. J, I'. Cooko, Mr, nnd Mrs.
C. a. Ilallentyne, Mr. and Mrs. U
Tenncy'Pcck, Dr1. and Mrs. Herbort,
Mr. and Mrs. Tcnney, Mr. and Mrs.
P. M. Wakefield, Mr. nnd Mrs. Prcd
V. Waldron, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. C.
Hagcii8, Dr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr. and
Mrs. Ashford, Mr, and Mrs. N. Oh
landt of San' Prandsco, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Cation, E. A. P. New
comb, Miss N'ewromb, Col. and Mrs.
Soper, Mr. and Mrs. Soymour Hall,
Mr. and Mrs. Tbco. Hoffmann, Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Dllllrgham, W. P.
Dllllnchani. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Shingle, Mr.' nnd Mrs A. N. CanipJ
bell, Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. O. Wilder,
Mr. and, "Mrs." C' T. Wilder, Dr. and
Mrs. Scuddcr, Mr. and Mrs. W. It.
Habbltt, Dr. and Mrs. High, Mr. nnd
Mrs. (inrtlej, Mr. and Mrs. Olson,
Miss WIckstrum, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan
iel I.ogan, Mr., and Mrs. Thos.'.Wclr,
Mr. Cobb, Dr. nnd.Mrs. C. 11. Cooper',
Mrs. Wnlbildge, Mr. nnd Mrs" Clif
ford Kimball, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. O.
Smith, Mr. Roth, Mr. nnd Mrs.'Rold
ford, Mis. Clarduer Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Iledcmann, Mr. and Mrs. M.
Phillips, Mr. and Mrs.-Herbert, Mr.
and Mrs.' Dougherty, Mr, and Mrs.
Willnrd III own, Mr. and Mrs. Deer
lug, Mr, and Mrs. King, Mr. and
Mrs. Marstnn Campboll, Dr, mid Mrs.
Monsarrat, Dr. and Mrs. Ilobdy,
Major and Mrs, ,Wadhani3, Mr. nnd
Mrs. IHgga, Dr. and .Mrs. Grossman,
Mr, and Mrs. nobrt. Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. E, M. Watson, Mr. nnd
Mrs. W. II. Htitrd, Mr. and Mrs. Pos
ter, Mr, and Mrs, Halst.cad.tMr. and
Mrs. Jack Dowsctt, Mr. and Mrs
Howard Hitchcock, Mr. and Mrs.
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IF' you value the prestige which
wearing fhe latest styled clothes
assures, and if you require fine
tailoring and -rich serviceable
fabrics, then yQU will appreciate our
They are made by skilled tailors
and the trimmings are the best
money can buy.
t , The price of our suits are from
$20 to $30
not more than ordinary clothes
-prices. Nothing extra for the style
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I.yle, Mr. Pfoteuhaucr, Mr. and Mrs. i
Herg, Mr. und Mrs. Parrlngton, Mr.
and Mrs. W. R. Castle, Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. McCandlcss, Mr. arid Mrs.
Rodtek, Mrs. Center, Miss Center,
Mr. and Mrs. Pred Smith, J. II.
Hcrtscha, Miss Helen Alexander,
Prof, and Mrs. Alexander, Mr. and
Mrs. Hralncrd Smith.
WILL. J. COOPER
' , ' '
Tho directors of tho AlaBka-Yu-
kon-Paclflc Exposition, which wns
held In Scnt'tlc lat )e.ir, hnvo Just
sont Will J. Cooper of tho Promo
tion Committee a diploma, In token
of (ho valuable services rendered.
The signatures to this diploma nro
ns follows: I. A. Nadeau, director
general; Henry E. Dosch, director of
exhibits and privileges; J. E. Clill
berg, president; W. M. Shofllcld, sec
retary. Mr. Cooper has Just returned from
a week's visit to i:io volcano. In
company with his wlfo, Mr. Coopor
visited Honuapo, Kcalnkekua, from
which port they drove overland to
Kallua, whero they caught the
steamer for Mahukona, from which
port they sailed for Honolulu. '
According to Mr. Cooper, the vol
cano Is still very a::lve, nnd many
tourlBts aro inakbig the trip to Kl
lauea to see this' wonder of tho
world. Exceptionally fine weather
prevailed during tho wholo time tho
Coopers wcro away, nnd from a
scenic point of vlow this trip Is one
of the finest In tho world.
lip.. " m "
Large, juicyi firm and delicious. The
- clifoiccst ,qn qen-' olives; picked right,'
pacjVlcdllrlghLTand taste right. Not
cbafscTor. fibrous-like bulk olives.
--AS4-YOUR GROCER FOR THEM
-NEWBATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nnnann St.
STUPENDOUS FURNITURE SALE
f FOLLOWING OUR USUAL CUSTOM. WE WILL HOLD OUR AN
NUAL CLEARANCE SALE. COMMENCING. MARCH 1ST TOMORROW.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF ALE GRADES AND KINDS OF
FURNITURE WILL BE MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THE
GOODS AT SIGHT. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOW- .
ING OLD AND CUT PRICES.
J. HOPP & Co., 185 King St., Lcwers & Cooke Bid.
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS
At tho pollco court this morning
Jtntgo Andrado prcitdcd, and A, M
Ilrown prosecuted, Tho case ngiln3t
Kono, a Japanese who assaulted v
boy was taken up an.l tho accused,
being found gullly, wns fined $18 50,
It appears tint tho lad who was as
saullcd had climbed on tho loot of n
houso In order to call soma pot pig-
cons which persisted In roosting In n
place that did lint belong to their
owner, Kono Is alleged to lno picked
up stones and tin own them nt the
child. Soma of tho mUslcs took effect
and the bojs parents then proceeded
to tho pollco station nnd laid n charge
ngnlnst tho Japaneso.,
John Santos, wiioiw'iisVoiind wnndor
Ing around tho Yanmsh(r) hotel at tho
early hour oi & u, m, was down on
tho calendar as a vag, and as his mil)
excuso for tho early cjjl was that a
Hawaiian boy Invited him Into tho
Japincso hotel to write a letter, Judgo
Audrado, dccklud that John couM uo
till his letter writing on Hotel do Arch
note paper for tho next six months.
John's friends villi not bo surprised nt
his address, as ha lms betn domiciled
at tho homo for boozers before now,
Kum Too Sung who appeared as the
complainant In a case agilnst August
Horrlug Homo weeks nso,-U now on
tho wrong elilo of tho witness stand
hlnitioir. Sung nnd Herring havi ha('
TOO NEAR GUNS
PRACTISE FIRING WILL
Mnjcr Cree Thinks Fine Instruments
Mny Is Thrown Out of Adjust-
, ment it Mot Kuined.
Locking tho stablo door after the
horsolias been stoltn seeing to be the
situation as icgarda tho now KnlmtiUI
ohserv.Uoiy. Major Crco, In command
of tho mortar Inttorlcb at Tort linger
Is of the opinion that wliui (lore t
practlco shooting with tho bin mm
Ihero la liable to ha some pIlllcH wltl
tho finely ndjustid Instruments In tlr
new pbrcrvalDiy. , fit v
It In a Met (hat at tho previous tlla
of tho inorlarH, In whlrh four (fl then
wcro put out of to-nmlssloii, Moiii'i'j
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevef
within a radius of two miles vera se- '
erely shaken: not cnoueh In dlslodza
dlslit's' or to throw things iloan hut .
certainly hard enough to sorlous cifict
such dcllcitu InBtrumenta as aro us
ually cmplojcd In nn obsumitory.
Tho Major states that ho cal'ed
toiiRono's attention to tho iosstblo rv-t
tho Instruments of so dullcato a nv
turetbeforo tho observatory was ewct-,
cd, mill still thinks thcro will ho bid
results. " "
Major Crco Is not certain vhen cint
practlco will ngilu bo had Iu tho 'c-
Inlty of tio obsorvatory, mt sajs tlut
II Is customary to hnvu practlco nboutw
four times a year, .
OYENO TO VIOIT
1V4 acres at Kalihl Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Iacal
place for a' chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad-. n feud going on for tho past year or
to, ami tome uipu aionuio is m uio
toot of tho matter. No aldcnco w'as
gieu In the case this morning, nnd
It wns sent over to tho Clu.ult Court
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
for trial. O. K Chllllngwoith Is ap
rearing for the Chinese,
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tIBXT.llOFUIII, ruo.. 3 litil Jcits IM InTr.
Japancfo Consul Ccncral Uyenn v.ill
ako ii trip to thu other IslaudH on n:n
jlal business net month, While there.
lo will look Into the condition of tiio-'
lapaneeo liboruis In tlioulautatlons,
Ono of tho secretaries ofuho Consul
4to will accompany Idni. V ),
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WHAT JO READ.
wis K Jr P1
If nii Imvo tho blues read tho,
If jour pocketbook Is umpty roid
ho thlrt) seventh I'salm.
If people M-cin unkind, I. John I v.
If )ou nro discouraged nbout jour
ork, ono hundred and twenty-sixth
If j on aro nil out of sorts, twelfth
If on nro losing confidence In men,
hlrteenth chaptoi I, Corinthians.
If you cannot havo jour own way
bout everything. James III.
If ou nro anxious, Matthew l
It'ft niRtpr tn ivnm4t rlnr nlilnhin
hau It Is to suppribs the opinion