Newspaper Page Text
E' .. i
Rf for Infants and Children.
m Don't Poison Babv.
vu cjfli I 1 fei ihw .n. ir yiiuo-nrury muiiicr iiiougm hit imm mum navu
B&&' iiiiri'Borlc or laudanum to null) Itn'.oop. Thciu ilriijp wIllprodiKp'slocp,
Br, " bcilarcM Jritim too many will produce tliu ftlerii from which Uicro l
FOIITV YKIKK A; uhnoitrxury mother thought her UiIM mua havo
inr'Borlc or lauJanutn to nulo It nloop. TIicho drnjp will prodm p'slocp,
uid afew .Iron too many will produce tliu ftlerii from which Uicro l
itOUuUIni;. 3IiiiynrotliochllJrcnlioliavobci-nLUIeaor Uioso hcallli lini'idiunB Iviiigwiuh nml Julian Knhn ot Cnllfornln Pte the nelectloni,
HOUSE REGULARS -
STJLL HANG ON
WABlllNOTON, I). C...Mnr. 23. The Rapulillrnns In tho House can.
cuscd today to select tncuiliers of the hew rules cointnltteerTiiHler the plan
carried by the Insurgent! and Democrnlp, and the cniii'us resulted In an
cndoifieuieiil oftho old committee. John Dalzoll of t'cnimjlvnuln, whu
with Spe.iher Cannon was leiognUaJ as tho contt oiler of the old com
mittee, and one of thn Mnuncliesl re pillars In the ptrty. was named for
tho new committee til tit, and Wnller I. Smith of Iowa, another member
of the old committee and out-and-out regular, was alio chosen,
.1 Sloal rnssott of New York, (1 coffee, I.awicnce of Massachu'etls,
Henri S. Iloutell of Illinois, and Sylvester C. Smith of' California veto
the other inumbeis chosen by the cnn;us. At a meeting earlier In the d.iy
been ruined forlifo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
hut Iloutell and Smith were substituted for them It. (hiicih.
narcotic product of opium. DntggMi ro prohibited from selllnff cither of t!
mircoliis nainetl to children nt all, or to "anybody, without labclinj; the:
"liolion." The di flnltlon of "narcotlo" h: " A tneillctne which nlictei pat
awl juvthtte !ecj, but uhich in jtolmiiovn tloncx jiroclitCM ttnpor, coma, rein
tions and death." Tho taste and snu II of meilicine.i containing1 opium ar d
gulscd, uud sold under the names of "Drop," "Cordlidi," "Soothing- ByriipV
etc You should not permit any inoJUine to bo clvcn to your children ilhoi
louoryoiirpliytliiuuliiowof wiiuttthcoiuiioscd. CuMorlu doo ol ecu- ! SICILY AGAIN BEING SHAKEN.
The (ommlttee If one of regulars, and there is some question as to
whether It will be npprnicd t the Home,
Ualzell. Is specially cihi.nxlous to the lnetirgo.nl Itcimlillcnns, and
V"-if U a ch inco that t:ej will ngi'n Join the Democrats and curry on
ti e gist npalnst him and the rule) 'he la expected to coiillnuo to support
if chilli m.in uf the new committee.
Tlio Sir JfStf--&' Riuirniitrc genuine
Physicians Recommend C a s t o r I a .
"lh fn-metiUr irrcrlUnl Cattort for cum
luco ailwetita ot cUMtwi w Uli cotxl rrnulu '
v V. A. Csassall, It D ,
Buffalo, N. T.
"At tho fathrr cf tlilrii-rn eld Am I rr rtilnly
know f4iDitlitD2 atont jint riai mtitU Ino and,
mI.Io fruin toy own family expirLlico, I lac, In
lily ynr nf iracllc, fuuiM CaJtorl (wpular a&.l
trjcleatrrmcilr In al-U'Mt vrry home'
1V, J. McCiukn, M 1) ,
I flrtl vour Cutorla ta Ttrr hrnclUhl la tha
ttfttovut at cU'tlrtb'a alliucnlr "
r. d.th, y.. d ,
'! olijcct to bit Ate CAtlcJ pa'crt mrdlrlnes.
ft lit rf makt r ftlorc Lnnw a wbat a'uS 4 mt til Iticfil,
tut I know tho furaiuta ot your Cuturu an 1 hl I
llaum3liiiruMrr!ba tjuijelttitoa U"7 aru-
tut, aa rclt aa baim:iM rami' tnedlilno, '
ItKSSlNA, JIar LM. A seiles of seio enrthnttahu shocks have
enured rreat p.mlc here. I'inrtlcully no damaRe has been done, but tho
It habitants of the city, teiiieiiilicrliij; their terrible experiences In the
lust cieal earthquake, wero tenoi I sed. There have been twenty shocks
ot varyltiK severity, and the population of the city Is In n condition of
NAI'l.HS. Mar. 23. The nlrnrio of Aetna has broken out In an ex
tetiKlve ciupflon, and bovoio earthquake shocks hae been felt thtoueh
out Sicily, lteports, f rom Messina toll of Ktcat terror among the Inhab
itants, who have left thcli homesnnd fled to open spaces In view of tho
u. f utii, si. D , i
Uruokljm, N. Y.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ARMY AND NAVY UNIFORM RESPECT. ""
WASHINGTON, I) C, Mar. 211. The bill to make It n penal offense
for managers of p'aces of nmuscment to discriminate against Ameilcau
toldlcrs or sailors la uniform passod the House today. It provides a
penalty of $1000 lino and two, 5 ears' impilMiument for any proprietor ot,
nvthcatcr or any other place of puli'lc amuscment-who refuses admission
to Atuerlctiu soldiers or hnllors? Thc hill was drafted ns a result of cer
tain Ituldents ii. Kastern cities. nhoe soldiers and s.illors'.were given tha
pit7ag7yrpTffi7v H ! N "Id shoiH.ler when they applied In unlfonnjor fccnls. f
LASOTt FEDERATION WILL WAIT.
WIl.KHSIlAItlti:, I'enn., Mar. 3. The State federation of labor to
night dually decided against a Stato-wldn strike of union labor ns a
means of Hiding tho Philadelphia street-car strikers. The federation bad
nuclei m slderntlou a nlnn to call out all the union labor' In the entire
Slate of Pennsylvania, In the hope, of coercing the Philadelphia cm
plovers. It was decided tonight, after a lengthy discussion, that tho
lime vns not opportune for; such a move.
ROOSEVrLT MUM ONTINCIIOT.
I.UXUlt, Mnr. 23. Kx-Pi eildent Roosevelt was asked today regard
ii'g the leporl that Clifford Plnrhot's tilp to Kurope was nt his Invita
tion In nider that Ilnofcevelt nml Plpchnt might hnve 11 conference b"
Ime Uie fiiimer retuius to Ametlca. Kotnevelt dctllned to dlicuss Pin
hcl'silp In nil) way.
POUI.TTiY THUST MEN INDICTED.
NKW YOUK, Mar. 23. A blanket Indictment, nnmlng ninety de
fendants, was returned today against members 'of lhopoultry trust.
COLONEL HOYT PROMOTED.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Mar. 23 Col. Hojt has. been mado a brig-
"Jhe Everyday Ariic'c in furniture"
6 SIZES KITCHEN T.ELEfi,
4 SIZES MEAT SAFCS.
10 GRADES SOFTM tTT7."E? Fvorv Skc; nmt
RUSTPROOr WOVEN .WIRE 1IATIREES.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER AL&KEA'AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI ST?.FET
Is It Any Wonder
that you are sickly and run'
down when you allow your
stomach to become weak and
bowels constipated ? But
don't rrmnin in such a condi
will help you wonderfully on
the road back to health. It
hits been tested for 'over CO
years with satisfactory re
sults in cases of Poor Appe
tite, Heartburn, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia and Malaria. Try
For sale by Uensun, Smith K Co ,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd ; Hllo I)"JK
Cut; nud at ull Wholesale Liquor
The Hoard of Trade has Just re
iclvcd it letter from llui'luu asking
If toothpkks can no pui chared In
llnwalt. Till, letter. was written In
iipcwer to one lecelved by the Cutter-Tower
Company, form a lady on
Hawaii, and Is ns fnlluws:
Mnich 7, till".
Hoard of Tinde,
I la wall,
(lentlemen. Hurlosed von will find
11 letter fiom Hawaii mderlng tootb
nlckH of ns. Now can vim nut 111
In Conch with imyono In Hawaii who
will buy Ih etc tooiu-plcks so that
(onsumers will not have to send to
America for them? Kindly return
this letter from Mrs. with
voir reply, unless vou hand It to
io.no dealer. Yours truly,
The letter enclohed liv this firm
and received bj them from 11 lady In
Hawaii Is as follows: .
. KmJi. 9. lj 10.
Cutter-Tower Company, '
Cientlemen: 1 have enjoved our
looth-jilil.s veiy much, hut did t.ot
receive name of ticmcAt dealer, so
enclose 30 cents for two boxes.
Clothing and Shoe Sale
EVER HELD IN HONOLULU
L' .. .
in greys, browns and bluesfor
merly $25, now $15 a suit. .
LATEST CUT and STYLE quits,
formerly $16 to $20, now
SWELL SUMMER WEIGHT suits
formerly $10 to $15, now $8.
STRAW HATS, all shapes and
styles, formerly $1.50 to $2.50,
FELT HATS, all shapes, styles,
and colors, formerly $1.50 Xo
$3, now $1.
PANAMA HATS, all styles, for
merly $12 and $10, now $6
FULL LINES of Auto and Yacht
ing Caps at equally reduced
$1 a Pair
S0R0SIS OXFORD TIES in medium-and narrow
lasts; broken linis. Regular $3.50 to $5.
v , N v
$1.95 a Pair -
S0R0SIS PUMPS In Patent Kid,Vici Kid, and
Tan Russia Calf: low heels. Regular $4 per"pair.
$2.85 a Pair-
SOROSK PATENT KID LACE SHOES In light or
heavy soles. Realar'$5.jn-ade.
$2.50 a Pair'
LADIES' PATENT KID, oncbutton, French-hoc!
TIE; very chic. Regular $4 grade.
$2.95 a Pair ,'
WALKOVER TAN RUSS. CALF button shoe; all
sizes. Regular $4.50.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER PATENT KID SHOES-In Blucher or
button. Regular $4 and $5.
$2.95 a Pair
WALKOVER OXFORD TIES In Patent Kid or
Tan Russ. Calf; broken line, pietty good size. Reg
ular $4 and $5 giadc. ' '
IflVV FINE FOR ,
" ' ffllW HI
Inspector ronuell had nllquor
EellltiK case In court this morning,
and after all the evidence was' heard
JiidRo Andrado found tho accused
woman guilty and IJned her $100 uud
It nppenrs that the woman, Cm
zedu Perez, Invited u couplo of sol
diers to visit her ihonie, and then
pinduced beer ntNTifty cents a throw
After an erjojab'o afleriiron. during
which there was imuh slngluir and
Inihlbluc, one of tho soldiers found
that his coat was mlsslns. He could
llnd no tiace of the article and there
foie paid a visit to Chief McDuffie.
to whom he told his doubles. Fen
nell happened to be piebent in Mr
tlullle's olllcu, in d as soon us he
heard the iiingle wind "beer," he Kot
deeply Interested In the tale.
After IicmiIiik tliu soldier's storj",
'l'cnaell decided to piocccd nealnst
the woman, who was nllei;ed to have
bought lieer at fifteen reutj and. re
tailed It nt hair n dollar- 'Attorney
Stiauss nppenred for the uinntciir
saloonheeper this morning, and on
heiirliiR the verdict nt once appealed
tho case, A second (haige has been
laid nKulnct tun t'uniu woman for sell
ing lliiunr lo another soldier, uud the
caso will tome up next vveeK.
HEW GOODS arc due to arrive on anv steamer now, and we must have room. '
SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
err & Co., Ltd.
I'ollce Officer Mnchado hud an ex
citing Unto down at Kakaako laat
night, when ho became mixed up In a
row with two Uuu allium, it uppours
that thn two men. Sol. Kuna and
Ccnrgo Hunoliu, w'rro making night
hideous with their singing und yell.
!ug, and tliu nelghbois complained to
J Tho olllccr vent Into tho room
whero tho two lojuteleia wero, and
adylsid llictu In go to sleep. This did
not suit tha couplo, and nt ouco one of
them tinned on tliu policeman and
caught him by tho arms. Tho oilier
man tl)cn giabbed an lion bucket uud
tiled his best to brnln Muchado.
Tho officer how over, put up a good
ttiugiile, aiii In tho thltd loimd man
aged lo gut oiiu of tho men huudcuffed
and then tho other was easily over.
poni'ind . Tho men snld In court this
nun nine ihat lliev did not remember
anv thing ebout tho matter as they
wi'io diunh Judge Anlradn found
hnlh guilty and fined Sol. SS while
Hunohu had to dig up $10,
a a i
"ittin Rnsinrss Ofhce Phonr 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone Ida
WH1TNEU MARSH, ltd.
New '. '
We have just received from our
Paris agent the .latest effects in
Bugle and Bead Trimmings and
Fringes. We are showing some
of' these in our window.
r - '
Lingerie Go wns j
A small assortment of the new- j
est designs just to hand.
NICELLE OLIVE OIL
The Most Delicious Made
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT
Only Sound, Perfect Olives arc used jn making this oil,
and it is perfectly pure.
BOTTLED AT NICE, FRANCE
In V Vii and 1-Qallon Tins, with Spout l
A New Line "of Dress Ginghams
L..AH0Y, - Nuuanu Street
TALCUM POWDERS. SHAVING POWDER.
TOOTH POWDERS, SHAVING STICK,
TOOTH PASTE, CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAPS,
TULL LINE OF COLOGNES AND TOILET WATERS.
rVnte ". u
American Brokerage Co:
Telephone 91 Daily Delivery
i"rmi iimm ' i 1
NEW HATS, Coast Styles j
102S Nuuanu St. s
Modern Ideas of Comfort
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
" v The New '
8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air with absolute noise
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
'siBi .ijnjm.'1 j "'iVja.-
WM1IIJ Jl'l ll