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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 05, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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fa'Rnmno nuM.rrriN, iiojcomim;, t tt., TintnsnAY, may r, imn.
for Infants and Children. I
Don't Poison Baby
IJOtlTV Y13AISS AJO almost every mother thought her child must have
paregoric or luiulanutn to mal.o it Bleep. These drugs will prpduco sleep,
cmliilcvi drops too many will produce thu sleep from which tlicro Is
no Availing. Many are the children who have been Killed or whoso health has
thecn ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each ot which is a
narcotic product ot opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling either of the
naicolic named to children ntjtll, or to anybody, without labeling th'-in
''IKiisun" The definition of " narcotic" Is: "A medicine which rtllerca puiu
ami jn oilucct tlefji, but tchic'i in 2oimncnit dotes produces sttqior, coma,onvul
, turns itml death." "t ho tasto and smell of medicines containing opium nit) i!.
pulsed, unit Bold under the li.iines of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,'
,l,tc You should not permit iiiiyiuedlclno to bo given to your children without
ayouorjourphyslciuu toiowof wliat it is composed. Cutturlii doc not ton-
'f i.ln nut, itfillf.a.
K Slgllllt lll'C) of
to Physicians Recommend Castoria.
IIiatb fnqiirMljr iirtMrlUit Catiorla fur com
un alluitiita ot tliUdrt ii vr.tli kwmI rculla,"
V. A. I'RaMlXLL, M. D ,
Buffalo, !(. Y.
& "Al tho father of thirteen chl'Jren 1 frrtalnly
know r-ulut)ilD about your great medicine and,
apMo frum my own funlly expcrliliro, I han-, In
lay y fan of liraltlro, fuunit Caatorla A tt'ular aul
lOUlvlit itiimly In ataoet erf ry home.
Wm. J. UiCluax, M II ,
DOES HAWAII PROUD
Most Popular Headquar
ters At Big Shriners
"I lluil your Cai-torta ta Tcrj txm.fiJjJ In tltd
treatmtut of tLllilrtu'a allznetita "
1'. D..VU, Jt. ,
"I oiijeet to what are calltit ratcnt rawllrlne.
n lu ro inuki r alone L now a w hat atulf 1 j jmi 1 In i ticni,
hut I knmr the formula of your Caatorla au lailvhn
ILuiwIu !rMrcima. lJuJcelltloa viry nau
rut, a wilt aa uarnJtae fauillyS. irUlcluc.'
N. II. Hiuh, M. 1) ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
UTY MAUSOLEUM M. E. Silva.
' Cone and learn particulars at
,,T0WNSEND UNDERTAKIIia CO
' Beretania St.. Onn. Sarin'
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phnne 179 Nieht Call 1014
J Tlin following clippings fiom New
Orleans piper rIkiw tint. nlthoiigh
jtheio wer hut four of tlietii they inado
, n noise like rt full lionet1;
Honolulu Fezes Are Popular.
j At all Iiouih of the ila ye.itcrda)
Uhc Ilnnolti'ii headquarters In the St'
'Charles Hotel were thronged w.th vis
, llors. Imperial Council Itep-osonta-Itlve
McCandless wan glvlnrt out thu
laulnl.i straw fezes tmd Hie tl.iaim pa
per "lels" or Imitation (I wer wroitha,
, whleli tntlves plaen nrnunil Hid iicpI:
of friends when they po on a Join nay
Knni niffee nnd delicious canned pin
npile fiom Hawaii wore ulsi nerved
, In attendants In it-it I vc rnstiriio This
teceptlon will lie contlniied Inlay and
1 Headquarters for the Hawaiian Is
hinds ihlosatlon to the Impel l.il Coun
cil Homlons were oppneil yesterday nf
teinoon In thu St. Charles Hotel. Thl-t
ilulPfsatlnii, coiiKlBtlnK of J S McCand
loss replesentatlvo from Alohn Tern
pie to Hie Imperial Council. V M.
I.uuIh, C. V Murray and N. II Youim,
ils the. tpnrtet which has come thu
iKrcitest distance 5000 miles to nt
j tend the convention All are engiKed
, In thu mixnr planting business. They
inrrhed with the Sn-.i I'rnnclscn and
ll.os Angeles ttnln veslerhiy and at
Iractcd iniieh nttentlon on nrcount of
thu peculiar fezes, wlilcrTwero inado
of lauhala straw, n product of the,
'Islands. Tho heiulcpiarters will ho
formally opened this morning, when
Kona coffee and natlvo pineapples'
will be Bcrved to the cullers. Unique
souvenirs will nlso ho presented to
I nobles anil their wives.
Most Popular. ,
! The most inipular honlrpiarters yes
jtciriay, and Justly so was tho Alnh.i
Temple, of Honolulu nt the St.
Chatlcs Hotel Kour members from
the far el1 ll-iwll Iflsnils worked
like beavers and nccomplUlied ns
muth us n torpa of men ton times hh
large could do.
Tho hand of lMmdors was led by
"Sunny Jim" McCandless. The reprp
sentnttes of Hie Aloh,t Temple Included-
Krerl I ewls, Charlie Murray
and N. H. Ymim?.
What ptoved to be ono of tho most
popular glflB of tho convention cime
from the Islands lit the form of straw
fees, known as huhnla lez. These
wete given to the representatives of
the various temples nnd a grand rush
was made for them. Tor the ladloi
tho boys lirmiRlit bov.ii dozen I.auhal.t
hats, soven dnren tMiell lels for tho
pretty girls, and 1200 paper leht mid.'
In Imitation of a flower Hint grows In
tho Hawaiian Islands.
The boys from Honolulu were not
content with this and served twenty-
five eases of pineapples from their
home, with hundreds of cups of homo
. 11 wan estimated up to 5 n'c'ock that
tho four lone members of Uncle Sam's
Islands ha 1 entertained 8000 visitors
during the dnj Honolulu and llawa'l
wero never so well advertise I aB by
"Sunny Jimmy" McCandless and his
hjnd of three
Hubert MrKlnney and J. S. Krn
mer, tho two deserters who were
captured on the steamer Wllhelmlna
Kimo weeks ago Just as they thought
they were off to tho Coast, have
again gotten Into trouble, and after
escupltig from the Thetis, to which
they hud been returned, were arrest
ed by tho police at Punchbowl, where
they hnd hidden. ,
Tho tnoit were missed fiom the
Thetis when the guard went to lock
them up, nnd fiom that time till yes
terday wero not -seen agnln. The
fact that the two men had Irons on,
and In some way got rid of them,
rather points to someone on the ves
sel nsslatlng In tho escape.
The two youngsters are once more
on bourd the Thetis, Jiut they lire
reported as having threatened to es
cape again, nt the 11 rut opportunity.
Trolley Cars Will Run
To The Country
City nnd County Knglneer flero
has been advised til render all assist-!
atice In his power to Uin3o rnsldnnts i
along the upper etui of Nituami ave-j
nue who hnvo agreed to give suf-
ticlent land to Insure a Ilfly-foot
width of that thoroughfare to n'
point where It Joins a road leading
to the Country Club. j
Some mouths ago various property
owners living along the road sent u'
petition to tho Hoard of Supcrvls-,
ors pinyliig for u wider thorough-,
The road committee ha had the
matter tinder advisement. In look
lug Into' the widening of upper Nu-
tinnu nvenuo the board was obliged
to take Into consideration-the tin-'
tcmplnted plans of the Honolulu
Knpld Transit and Land Company,
which announced Its intention of ex-1
tending tho trolley-car service to tho
Country Club. Ilefore this Is done,
howe'ver. Ilia rapid transit people in ,
slst upon the widening of the nve
line to nt least fifty feet. i
The road board has held several
consultations with the property own-1
ers, nnd they have agreed to under-"
take and secuic tho right-of-way.
The proposition Is looked upon with
favor, and the road committee has
recommended that the petition bo
BulletinBusiness Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Whitney Ac Marsh. Mil., have tiled a
pintlmi to dismiss tho suit against
them brought by Oeorgu I- Alexander
on the ground of no attempt by tho
plaintiff to bring the bult to trial. Tho
case was begun two years ago and
for one year has been pending In tho
court. Hay 7 nt 9:30 the motion will
be presented to tho court.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
On MONDAY NEXT,
We will place on. f"
our Entire Stock of
Lingeries, reduced to $3.50
Coat Suits, '' $3.00
3-Piece Suits, ' $7.50
Some of the above bargains are
now on display in our windows
I'lllftsHEi' iHWIti 'iTl'll'l III ' III ilMsl.W1
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS - GOODS MUST BE SOLD
All sizes; formerly 25c., now 3 for bUC
Broken lines; formerly 25c. each, re- Ofln
duced tn wu
Extra Quality Balbriggan-Undershirts
Lonp; and short sleeves', formerW A()n
50c. how :
Elastic Seam Underdrawers
Excellent qualities; formerly 50o. a 35c
pair, reduced to
Sweater Coats, ZfJlo ?.":.. f.0.T.rl! $1
Fancy Pattern Socks
All patterns and colors; formerly Q5c
50c, now ..v
All patterns and shades; formerly t" (")(")
$1.25 to $2 each, now .i....tt,a-vv
Boys' All-Wool Suits,
All patterns and colors; formerly $3 CO 50
' to $5, now pj.c
Men's Straw Hats, .' .
All late shapes;' formerly $1.50 to H Q()
$2.50, now T tpx.WW
Vftiite Duck Pants
All sizes and styles j-fomteily $.1.50 $1 OR
to f2, now px.,u
Fancy Colored Vests
All late shades .and cuts; formerly CCO.flf)
$2.50 nnd $3.50, now 1'")uu
Nobby Styles In Men's Suits
Formerly $9 to $12, reduced tc .... JpO.OU
Ladies' Tailored Waists,
Eedueedt0 - $2 and $2.50
Ladies' White Lawn Waists
AU sizes; prices from .bUC tO J)4.bU
T uriioa' Not WTaiafa In Ecru. White, Black and Cream;
JidUJCt HCl VVdlbUs nii re(iuced 25 per cent.; prices from
$2.65 to $5.50
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
Slcveless and half-slcvelcss; reduced Q 1 Q -j-q Q"7 T9(
Ladies' Night Gowns
Low neck, three-quarter sleeves, high
neck and lonp sleeves; prices all cut Cfi tn (CO ff
down, ranging from !..... OKJL LO p6.VJv
T.nfliAC!, Ppffinnnfa Embroidery, Lace and Tucked; re--UclUlCO
JTCLULUaitJ, duced ,)rices from
65c to $4.00
New Patterns in Wash Batiste,
neduce1 10 12 l-2c
Washable Rave In Dots nnd ora' Deieni reduced
t0 " 17 l-2c
' RcivmTii-i'i Plrvfli Extraordinary line material, plain
neimuaa uiotn, colors oniyi nowperyard ........
. " 25c
Washable Pongee, LtofeSIyTSedG,t?:.H.e:
Persian Lawn, StfftcJdlS .cd.0.r.ed.:.fi.n.e..!,:d 20c
Tan button Bals; reduced to JpZ.lyO
Tan lace Bals; reduced to tpZ.70
$3.50 Men's Canvass Oxfords,
Leather heels ; JpZ.bU
$3.50 Men's Canvass Balmorals
Only a few sizes JpZ.DU
Beaded 3-strap Slippers; on sale at... pZ.D J
Patent Leather Slippers;, French heel )Z. I J
$4.00 "Sorosis" iti.?!,.!,..$2.90
Also a few Odds and Ends of OXIOrdS, - $1.0,0
$1.50 Youtlis' Black Calf x
Lace School Shoes, - - $1.00 ,
100 Doz. Part Linen Rowels
To be closed out at ,. P HJU
A full and complete line of Bed Quilts
To be closed out at the following (M 4-q A
Our Millinery Department is full of bar
gains: Call and inspect them.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd..
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