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KVWNJNC) HUtl.irriN IIONOMlt.1 T. If,, .TUESDAY, MAIt. 22, 1010.
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS ivro peculiarly Biisceptlblo to opium and Its v.-uious prop-
orations, all of which aro narcotic, Is well known. Eves U tho smallest
oosei, If continued, these opiates cau.o changes in tlio funellornand growth of
the cells, which aro likely to Lccoma permanent, causing imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life Nervous diseases, such
ax intractablo nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, aro a result of doting
with opiates or narcotics to keep children; quiet in their infancy, Tho rulo among
physicians is that children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a. time, and only thon if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children' by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
thu drueeist should not ho a nartv to it. Children Who aro ill need tlm nlf enf Inn
of a physician, and lOls nothing less than
pjmB. sMtoriacgDuuasno nnrvom-B mi.
to ytart In cMldran'a com luintt and I bin found
BMbliif bettar." JouJ J. Lirri, M. D.,
For fttsrsl jtut I recommendeC jonr 'Caatoria'
and ahall alwaji continue to do H, aa It baa Inrt;
rlably prodseed beneficial remtta." ,
Eowm 7. PAiwat, M. D., Raw York Clt.
MToor Caatort Is i mctttotloae boaachold
remedy. It I portly Ttgttable tud acta m i mild
calfcaroo.' Abort all, It doce no b.rm, which U
mora tsia un be Mid of Ike rut majoilt j c( cbU.
- Tioroa R. Oorrain, M. D., Omaha, Neb,
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Y.ears.
3E3S3ai2Lirn: n. r;m:,
SPECIAL SALE of
PLAIDS, STRIPES AND DRESDENS
' '" ' -Regular' 85c. 'special.'. .' 20c. a yard
Hegnlar 30c; " .. 25c. "
Regular 40c.; " ... 30c. "
Regular 50c.; " 40c "
Regular G0c; " 45e. "
Regular 65c; " 50c. "
'Regular 75c; " fl COc "
A SALE IIEQINS THUrUDAY MOIlKI.N'f
' $1.25 per pair reduced to u"5c. a pair. Colors: Black,
Vhitc, Tans, dreys. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Reretania Streets Oiosite Fire Station
HOT t BUNS
Large arjd Feather-Light
Delivered in time for Breakfast
Place Your Order Today
Easter Novelties and
form an unsurpassed combination that is sold at
HOTEL STREET, NEAR UNION
a crime to doso them willfully with nar.
uvur uiuruuiuru ui isiius. ii. r icicucr.
Mi hare prescribed roar Catorla In many ciwa
an 1 Iiato always found It an efficient and epecdy
remedy." A. F. FicLtit, M. D., Bt. Louie, Mo.
" I Lara need jour Caatoria In my own boaaebold
with Rood resulta, and bare advlecd aereral pailcnte
to dm It for In mild, laiatlra effect and freedom
from barm." Edward Puuuin, V. D.,
Brooklyn, K. T.
"TocrCai'nrla hoUt.the eatsem ot tba medical
profession In a niannci bold by no other proprietary
pn parntlon. It la a para and rallabla medldna for
Infanta uud cM drrn. In fact It la tba adrenal
household remedy for Infantile ailmenta."
J. A. 1'iaKis, M. D, Kanaaa City, Ifo.
STANDS by; TARIFF
I'llOVIDENCU, It. I.. Mar. 21 With Senator Afdrlch bHHhr nt
his left, nt a gathering of the Mnnufocturers' Association of this State
tuulRlit, President Tatt emphatically repeated his Indorsement of the
l'ajlie-Alclrlcli tariff bill. Tho President stood by the position taken
III his famotiB Winona speech, in which ho nrst declared that the now
tariff bill was the best tariff bill every passed.
The President's course Is one of complete opposition to the Insur
gents, ni:d will liao much fclKiilflcance in connection with the Cannon
controversy. It H recognized tlmt Aldrlch,. l'nyno mid Cnnnon nro tho
threo loaders most Ideutlflcd with tho passage of the Inrllt law. -
Tho President's attitude Is comforting ,to tho refiiilar Hcpubll
cans, though hu declines to make any comment on the Cannon em
brogllo. ai i
RAILWAYS WILL ARBITRATE.
CHICAGO, Mar. 21. The fireman and engineers of western rail
roads who thieatencd to go on strike reached an 'agreement with tho
rnllioad managers late tonight for arbitration of their differences, nnd
n grent railroad strike was thus ntoldud. Tho ngreemonto arbitrate
was reached nt the last moment when, nftera long and apparently lif
cffeUiuil discussion, tho conference between the managers and represen
tatives of the omplojeg was about to break off.
LONG HATPINS ARE DOOJIED.
CIllCAUO, Mar. 21. Tonight tho
prohibiting the use of long hatpins.
n lot of excitement. The galleries
anil hooted nt tho city fathers nit
ed Upon niaklng it against the la w of tho city for women to wear
' m i ' i a
TAKING IN THE SIGHTS.
I.IXOH, Mar. 21. Kx-Prcildcnt Itoosevelt and party tonight vlow
od the ruins of the urent temples of ancient Thebes by moonlight.
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IBaKalaiff W aiBlaaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH
MISS EDITH ELLIOTT, WITH HENRY McRAE CO.
The last two performances ot "Tho
Heir to tho lloorali" will bo Khen to
night nnd tomonow owning. On
Thursday, "In tho Illshop'B Carriage,"
lth Its dcllKhtful comedy, na )lo:'
antly out of tho accustomed run of
comedies nml so different from the
genornl potpourri of piipn'ar iiovcIh
"will bo offered.
this piny Is ono of tho most suc
cessful In the rvpcrtnlro of tho com
pany nnd tho most likely to nppcnl to
tho iivcmgo theater poor. Thcio Is
llltlu doubt but Hint "111 bo ono of
tho pleasant remembrances of tho Mc
Nance Olden, tho girl of tho Btrects,
who Is such n "stunner" when
"dressed up," whoso charms nnd nat
"WE ARE INSULTED"
"This Is nn uncntled-for Insult,
and 1 movo that wo table tho com
munication," excitedly exclaimed Bu- J
pervleor Kano at tho meeting of tho ,
boaid held last night,! following tho
reading of n communication from!
Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrstou Campbell which read a3
"Oontlemeiih You nro hereby di
rected, In neenrdnneo with Chapter
r,3, Sections 731 to 730 Inclusive, ot
tho Revised Laws of Hawaii, to con
struct a cement bldowalk and curb-
1V4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
flve-roora cottage. Free water. Hen
houses: stable. Well fenced. Iaeal
place for a chicken ranch. I
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad-'
joining above. '
P E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St. ,
rlty council pissed an ormnanco
Tho discussion of the law caused
were filled with women, who hissed
il cried "ihltine!" when they Insist-
ural rosnurccfulnesH nnd latent talc it
finally stands her In gooil stead an 1
nil her characteristic and adventures
ramlllar wth tlioso uuo liavu w.t
ncsso.1 the play or perused tho bonk
decidedly among tho most original
nml cntertntiilng character ktuilies In
late plays. Tho, inlo of Nnncu Oldm
will ho taken by Miss MnrRarct O.i
wnld, leading woman of the company
uud uhn is becoming mora popular nt
each performance, Tho Mcltno StOi k
Company Is especially piollflc of clrir
actor actors, nnd thero aro n niinib"r
of unlqiio characters II) "In Tho lllrh
op's Cnrrlnco" which will glvo th" n
nn itpporttinlty to show their ability
A ladles' nnd children's mathico ulll
bo given on Saturdny afternoon nt pi
tug In front of Ilnmia Squnic, on
1'iiimn stieet, In accordance with the
standard specifications on fllo In the
u'nico of, thu Suporintcndeiit ot Pub
lic Works, ami to havo tho tamo
completed within 'sixty (GO) days
from tho dale of this notice. Fail
ure to i (instinct tho curbing nml
tldownlk within the time, spcclflcd,
pioccedlngs will be Instituted ns pro
vided Ii) law. Youru very ti uly.
"Superintendent of Public Works."
Tho uotlcg Is nlimg similar linos
of hundicds tlmt havo bean Issued
by tho Department of Public Works.
The suporl!ors, while mildly co
inciding with Knuo In his declara
tion iiKiiliiit Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Cnnipboll, voted Kane's
motion down ami passed the com
munication "oor to tho 'road com
mittee. "If there Is ntoy sasslng back to
bo done, lot Qulnii do It," said tho
REFORM SCHOOL BOY
At ten o'clock last nlKht tho wholo
detective fotco wus out on tho wt
path lind n tyunlj, hoy, named Aiitonc
Comacho who had" escaped 'frtiintbQ,
llefm m School, wiih tho cause of the
It appeal 8 thai Comacho had been
TN the summer, when a fellow is
especially fond of spending
most of his time out-doors, there is
a lot of satisfaction to be gained
by haying light and summery
The ideal clothes for summer
are Benjamin clothes. They are
not only delightfully styled, but
they are. tailored in a manner
which insures their giving splendid
committed to tho Reform School by
Ju lgc Whitney for tho term of his
minority. Ho rnn away last week and
after n lot of trouble tt was discover
ed that ho was sneaking homo nnd
sleeping there at ptght time. The
sleuths also hoard that tho lad had
taken a big Newfoundland dog from
tho Reform School to keep his com
Last night the officers to the number
of six, surrounded the- lad's homo out
at Knlmukl, and then ono of tho do
tectlvcs knocked nt tho cottaRo door.
There was an Immedl.ito rush by some
one ItiBlde tho house and a small boy
dashed nt one of tho windows, only
to ho blocked by n stalwurt officer.
Then tho Ind tried threo oilier win
dows In succession, but tho way was
closed to him, nnd finally ho was cap
tured and taken to tho (xillco stntlon
Tho lad had written n pathetic let
ter to Judgo Whitney, In ublrli ho
stated that ho wanted to get homo and
work to support his widowed mother,
who wns In imvorty, since, ho tho solo
tuipport of tho family, lind been tnken
awny to tho Reform School. Tho hoy
'vlll appenr before Judgo Whitney
oiiro moio tomorrow and hu will prob
ably bo sent back to tho school.
i ai i
OIL ON RUMPLED KINO STREET.
Chairman Quun of tho city nnd
county road committee hns come for
wnid with a nronosltlon to scatter
a llttlo nil on the now mticlTly-rum-pled
surface of King street, especial
ly that portion of tho thoroughfare
which lies Kwn of Thomas Square.
"That street la a disgrace to tho
city," declarejl Qulnn last evening
In extolling tho urgent need of a
better surtiico for the thoroughfare.
"It will cost about $80 to oil a
mllo of tho street. I want to see
that portion jof the road 'between
Moanalttn and Achi lane receive a
coat of oil."
The supervisor also recommended
that tho road superintendent of tho
district bo cautioned ngnlnst placing
sand or looso dirt on the freshly
ollcd surfaco of tho street.
An early cucumber In tho hand
beats two in tho stomach.
SNOW, sunshine, and
in tho air to make
you hurry that is a
combination that brings
the roses to one's cheeks.
There is only ono draw
backthe possibility that
one's hands and face may
bo chapped. But that, is
only a possibility. "
Use pure soap- Ivory
Soap. Rinskjjtyour hands
and face in cold water
and satisfy yourself that
they are thoroughly dry.
Do this and you need have
no fear of the effects of
cold or wind.
994ioo Per Gent. Pure
Dare You Throw
Burning Coals On
Burninp coals thrown on a
roof of Rubcroid harmlessly
sputter away and die out.
They do not set fire to the
Rubcroid. They do not set
Vfirc to the timbers underneath.
Yet a roof of Rubcroid is
more than mere protection
It is protection against the
cold of winter. Being a per
fect non-conductor of heat, it
keeps the warmth of the house
It is protection against the
hcatf summer. It keeps the
building cool by keeping the
sun's heat out.
Seventeen Years of Test
And it is more. It is wind
proof, rain proof, snow proof.
t rUt L;,ic' ,' ,,t
fumes. Because of its great Rubcroid can also be had in
flexibility, it is proof against colors. It comes in attractive
contraction, expansion, and the rown, and Green suit
twisting strains which every r ablc 'or tl,c "Ilcst home,
roo: must bear. ii The color is not painted on.
A roof of Rubcroid is prao It is a part of the roofing, It
tically a one-piece roof. U docs not wear off or fade.
rur wiui every rou comes
the Rubcrine cement with
which you seal the seams and
edges seal them against the
weather and against leaks.
You will find many roofings
which look like Rubcroid but
none which wear like
For the first buildings ever
uuiiuiiigs cvvr jrmiK, i;ui, ai
more than scv-
cntccn years ujuiaaiuiij,a.rimTcmci ready roofings.
aim .ire still n ,ure to look for thla rsltcrl tradf mark 'r0 , tU,
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cxrlu.lvrly tiy iia. Vc will If H you more altout
Kubcrski bcu you aeml tor Uie frc book.
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD., '
177 SOUTH KINO STREET
Bottled by ,'
Hawaiian" so'da works ,
Phone 510 . JU
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These buildings arc the old
est roofed with any ready
roofing Rubcroid was b y
several years the first.
And of more than 300 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,
not one can employ the vital
element which makes Rubcr
oid roofing what it is.
This vital clement is Rubcr
oid gum made by an exclu
It is this wonderful Rubcr
oid gum which gives Rubcr
oid roofing the life and flexi
bility to withstand seventeen
years of wear where other
roofings fray out in a few
These substitute roofinM
arc ",aile , t0 r,cscn.,')
arc made to, resemble only the
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