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evening nuu.nTiN, nnNouitii. t. ii Ttitmanw, mat 12. iio.
for Infants and Children.
r Physicians Prescribe Casioria.
fAHTOItlA has" met with pronounced favor on tlio pnrt of phylclani,
pharmaceutical noclctlcsnnd incdk'al at. tlio. itlc. It Is twoil by phyiclani
with rcvilts moil gratifying. Tho extended uo of Cn.tori.-I unquestionably tho
result of threo facts tint, Tho Indliptitnbl.i rridcnie tli.it It Is liurmloi ; and,
Tlint it not only allays gtnnuu.li palm nml qul"l Hie nirrei, hut tuwlmllatcs the.
food; :irl, It Him ngrec.il.lo and perfect miunlltuto for castoroll. It Is absolutely
safe. It does not contain iny opium, morphine, or other nan-otto and docs not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, lUtenun's Props, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
jThh Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to expose
'danger and reconl tho means of advancing health, Tlio day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
ioria Is a remedy which produces coniKjurn and health, by regulating tlio
eystem not by stupefying It and our readers uro catitli.il to tho Information.
UaVCi Journal of Health.
Yoar Ca.tmlafta.ida flial In tin da a. In my
' Ihlrtr Tf of practice I can aj I ncn t bcrofounj
anjUang taat n flllM lh h-
"rt IU.Uk 1ILI'IIT, M. D ,
"I harcnacd four Cw tor la In tho caw of my own
baby aud And It plraaa.il to take, and hato obtained
excellent rcaaua f rum tta n,"
6. A. IH'cniKiK, M. D.,
M X tike plraanre In rr,omm''mMn$ your Cantorla,
Iiarlng rffom.nrn.Iftl It live In many tn.arr, and
ConMJrr It the txt Istallre that ronld be Ulcd,
especially for children."
NlTniNUL K. Ktso, 1!. D., Rt. Itola, Mo.
M lno uanl yonr (ttatorla aud fonnd It an
exrtltint rrttii.ly ti my hmwhoId and prlrate
raclicofor luuuy ytare. The formolala rictllcuL"
U. i. Tiit, M.ll,
Brooklyn, N. V.
"I find yonr t'alor! to bo ftandanl family
remnty, HI tlio Imi.1 ihlna: for lnfaiti and cbll
drcu I bare ever known and I recommend It."
K. )- KvmtiMoN, 21 p.,
M Itavlnc during tho pant el year preeerlbed your
C'a.tri fnr Infiintili. fimut!i itliHirtlere, 1 moet
hcart'lj commend lie mw Tho formula rnnLUul
nothing dcliterlouii to the mortrii tleateof children,1
J. II. Eujott, 11. 1)., New YorkClty,
Tlio people of Washington, I). C, thnt while Cardinal Gibbons U a
wero confronted wllh a prohibition most abstemious man, ho ts not a(
piopaganda In l!08 and the following "temporiiiico clank." He added that
, ..,.,, wherever prohibition has been adopt-1
correspondence from tlio national cap- . .. ' '"" i.,
. od there has come over that place
Ital was published locally, tolling of b h, . ... . bu',n,css ac-l
the arousing of a wholesome public Mvltles.
ttonHlnn.lt t lull Insulted III decent fur. Mln- nnsul r tl..r.1mtAi- .!..
i ::..:. "" --"i ' .. .........,.., -w...-
the prohibitionists: tnry of the Women's .Army Canteen
WASHINOTON, Marin 10. .Men ,,,..., ,. ,. ni,,ir , t10 meetlns
and women of Washington who op- fronl Ulat on;anzatlon. It urged
pose llie passage or me proniuiiwu ,lle womcl wll0 nro opposed "to the
bills pending In Congress, or any Cffortg that nro now being made to1
Impose unjust prohibition laws on
tho people of the District of Colum
bia nt the Instigation of n minority
of men. women nml children here to,
visit the f'nltc.1 States Capitol on1
the dates of the hearings before tho
House District committee on tho pro
posed prohibition laws and by their,
presence lend a silent cl rorccrui
protest against such legislation.
"Wear on jour bosoms u yellow
bndgo tho color of tho Canteen
Club and let It be seen by our law.
change In the present llcqnse system
of tho District of Columbia, attended
a mass meeting nnd rally nt Masonic
Temple last evening. The gathering
was under tlio auspices of the dls
li let branch of the 1'eisunnl Liberty
League, and the auditorium was fill
ed to Us capacity. It Is estimated
that at least 3000 others wero mass
ed In F sticct, "unable to gain ad
mittance. So great was tho crush
on the sti ict aud in the corridors of
tlio building that it bccnino neces
sary for Scrgt. It. K. Lee of the first macn, tilut m)l tho womon of
pieclnct to bring to his assistance Washington nro swajed by sontp
If You Are Sickly
Just let Hostetter'i Stomach
Bitten' build up and renew
the entire system, make the
stomach stronp; and healthy
and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done so
in hundreds of cases in the
past 57 years and most cer
tainly will not fail you. Try
it to-day for Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Costlveness, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Ask for
Children Cry for Fletcher's Cactorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine and soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen. Towels,
closing out at - $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals; leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anremfc, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. "Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample! free to Phyilclsm and Drujgisti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Flaclne, Wis., U. S. A.
the iCKcne policemen from tho l.l
Btiect station hoiiRC
In tlio uuilicnco wero representa
tive men nml women of this city,
while stated on the stngu wero Hov.
Father Valentino V. Sclimltt nml
Itev. I. 10.11) roirccntliiB the mln
ment against Justice nml fair play."
Mrs. Inez Sonionr McCounoll sang
"Dreaming," nml responded to en
cores. Barrier Against "Frenzied
For sale by Ilensnn, Smith A Co..
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo D"-ug
Co."! nnd at nil Wholosale Liquor
of tho cnnlcen, "which has been
! i. T Mo ZTm ZZ N u ' Chnrlc8 W Uarr of "" l0Cn' b".clVrnclen,l .. the most cowardly,
r n? lllnl nml "'I'""'""""6"1 ' st ' form of prohibition." nnd said the
" ' JZrZ a dow B 1 lur U 8l"",nr lch0J W1"' "10 "tl""k- taKIng away of the canteen had been
S V nml Cn .tain , Jo J , J Strah, cr Ile "'' ,1C ls ,m,,, of t" fnc a sad blow to the army nnd lis IU-
t'r L in mlliu v and natrN thai ho '8 nn ninecr of lho Vctemai clpllne nnd good order.
represon I ng tho n llltnry and patrl- UUc wh,ch orgllnUnOIl ', n, nl)StuIllcr 20
uiic Kurieiies; l.hu
"I bclloo It Ih the foundation rock
of our country. Our forefathers
rnnelit for It. nml why should we
Dr T 'V I co of 1"tan(', ns " U1,rrlcr ngalnst "frcnilod )cnr8,- Qenernl Hurt said, "but I am
.Inn Vnnn' Noil.' f,latu,l",1,, 0,notlm(, rmcA pro- hcro 0R,t ,i defense of personal:
jhibltlon. Ho said to arguo prohl-
liltlnn from an economic standpoint
"I want to say right hero,' Mr.
hciH. Bt.l.l .'fl.tit ...l.lln ti Qhnnl . ...... ..III...... I .l..
Suspended from the .front of the' ; , ,; "000 lson;.' . ,r0m ' '""
ago was long pet ton to Con- bw t)lo h(mor , gI,cak for ., '',, th canteen question.
000,000. And I uppear hcro not(cncrn )rt ,a, xo nbollshlng of,
lho legal fraternity,
.,. . lt..f .... .......In. 0n. Hn Kiwl
iiio ii.uti.uiii imuiusoiuii, ouiu lu ..tu- hlbltlnn
ley, cpceIlllIlg urKumzeu itiuui,
nnd tho oHlccrs of tho Women's Army
Display of Petition,
gross opposing uny prohibition legls
latlon. It wag signed by 4000 men
of oting ngc. and Chnlrinnn Do Ncd
lcy Biild it was the work of ono nntl
problbltlonlst. Tho resolution to
the Seuntc and Houso ngalnst any
only In 11111 cnp.iclty, but us n tax
pa) cr In the District.
This is not n question of prohibit-
tho canteen was a crlmo against the
"When tho canteen was abolish
tlon prohibiting, but nn economic ,.. mlA ocncrul Hurt, "myriads of
ono. Prohibition is led by tho short- vj0 Br0K hup8 sprung up about thn
change In the license system of th.lharei. womch Hm, tho, long-holrod t; ,; Kort M)er where tho
Dl. r ct was unanimously a. opted b, . men( 9 CHnt. or w'llom do nol.',,' ,";, to d'rlnk. There
a rising vo e Musle was furnUhcdl ,, w, m)l f ,hoy vo ' eourt-martlals. more do
by l'lstorlo's band nnd
In calling the asscmblngo to'ordcr
Mr. Do Ncdrey said he esteemed It a
hundreds of )cars."
Referring to the otforts of the min
isters In the prohibition light, Mr.
Darr nsked'lf the ministers nro will-
great honor to be president of tliainR to pay a tux on tlictr churches or
1 Personal Liberty League, which T-j$800.
orty of the citizens In everything Be,re"ccn '. "j":
that Is lawful and right. Speaking
It Is easy to say tnko away tho
of the prohibitionists, he said
sonio of them had been present
1410,000 taxes paid by tho distiller,
brewer ni.d saloon man. Hut will
scrtlons nnd crlmo In the army now
than thcro was beforo the cnnlcon
"Let mo repent that pcrsonnl lib
erty Ik founded on the rock of ages.
llrst. last and for all tjme."
Ucncral Hurt. In conclusion, paid
a tribute to tl." efficiency of tho
Washington police forco under the
dlsclpllno and methods of Major S)l
vester. Attitude of German Societies.
Anselm Ncubergcr, lepresentlng
the Gorman citizens, said ho nml his
people nre oppoved to the prohibition
...... It.. nl.l l, l.allavn.l fif.
j greatest evl, known to mankind.' ,,, o Ulc ..81iea,Casy" cases' for should be made to win. out
ln.i.1 miffl.ai.il.. na n llfa fi llln DKL. V . ... I "'" "' " .
lie declnied thore was
for temperance, for
n l.nn... ...I... ...nu vtnlil frflltl
till hliuw nuni n"o ..ft"
tho ml o limit. wrong. Hccauso thcro nro n few
son.o . .i.e.. ..uu uUu.i prewni 4'iitne ministers make up tne dend-
.ne creauon u worm icn- ? Wc wnlll le nlnBters to
would have, no donb Informed the , nmoll(.. ,, but 0 say to then.
oreaior now no s.iuu.u nnvu n.uuo . , .. ..,.., .Rln.. . , ....i.
lh.il.. I..I. .. It II n.l.ln.1 it.nl .
iii-iicr JUI' Ul H. IIU WUUVU llllll, IU nlff ' '
natlclsm and bigotry nro two of the Mrj uarr, iller,ca tlmt fuy 93
greatest evil, known to mankind,' ..... , .... ..., .,., "..
. . livr .vin, ui .in: . icunvunj cuoca lOTlS SllOlllU UO III.l'
and suBEestcd s a cure for "the pro. ,mt re UM , ,ho ,,olco court fal!Uc1.m. He" docl
hlbltlon habit" education and a se- ia ,,,, pronlultlon ,,. ,uw f
rles of heart-to-heart talks with the ,Urc.g , tho c( tnose d '
.. T.C. '.n..1 . .' "' lt,,ow u ,,mn ",, nlw,"H who do not distinguish between tho
statement that piohlbltlon docs not re,1(.hei, ,.IOi Ibttlun m this town ..virtue and thn fault is no reason
proniim, unu said in ins sinie. lown. whcn , UBke(, h)1 why ,,B tol(1 ,1)0
ino pro.u.mion iuwi ure a ueiusiui. ,, owlu.(, jynamite factory," Mr.
and u snare, and niailo many porsons Oarr said
perjureis and crlmlnnls who would Tcmperunco in all things should
not othorwlso bo so. ,,egn ut hon)ei tne speaker uddCI,
Speakeasy Eaid in Kansas. '"where the mother should be, Instead
"While the prohibitionists were nf ati0,,lK Congressional meetings,
raising a hubbub hcro last week." attending to women's club cngago
Mr. Do Ncilroy said, "the police raid. lllcIltBj uj u,, t0 n,0 House meet
oil a 'speuk easy' In tho Stulo capital IIRK. Whcru the short-haired women
of piohlbltlon Kansas Topeka. Tho try to deprive us of our rights,
difference between whiskey In Malno ..stuy ,lt home ,1( educate thu
mid tho District is 25 cents. It children. Ask )our paslor to holp in
costs 75 tents a pint In tho prohlbl- educating nnd safeguarding tho chll
tlon Btnto und 00 cents hcro. Tho ,rellt ile wlu havo c,10llB, to keep
empty Jug trade of Ileprcscntatlvo hl1 1)ll8J, without running around.
Sims' State Teiu.csseo would nmko intcmpernnce of speech Is one of tho
any man rich In u short while If ho wr8t rorn,s 0r intoinperunco."
had a monopoly of It. The express Opposition to Prohibition,
companies that entor Teiincsseo have' "i. T Mornn. nresldeiit of tho
had to Increase their forco of cm- Kri change of the District of wns a rollC0rt by I'rof. Plstorlo's or
plo)es In order to handle tho Jug Columbia, und national director of chestrn.
iruuo uiui nas sprung up mere unuor tho Ancient Order of Hibernians,
prohibition laws." Isnld 90 per cent, of tho business moil
llev, l'uther Sthinltt, pastor of St. ru 01,1)0bcd to prohibition, nml u like
Joseph's, church, began his address number of tho cltlxeua favor licenses,
by declaring Unit oxpcrlnnco had no asserted the local saloons nro
shown prohibition does not prohibit, better kent than In any othor city;
, "So-called prohibition Is n snuro, n t,at tho luws of tho District arn
ikiii.i, mi injustice. tiiuio strliigniit. und If prohibition 13
why tho gonerul public s'hould ho
deprived of rights, according to Mr.
Mr. Neubeiger lead nn original
poem, founded on tho words of thn
Old Testumcnt, showing thut Noah
believed In taking wlno when he
Claudius llownun sang n solo, nml
letters of rcgict wero read fimn
lrurt Voel-kner, president of the
Uvrmnii societies; Miss I'hoebo W.
Cousins and J. I. White, secrctury
of tho Personal Liberty tongue, who
said ha wrote in behalf of 50,000
The meeting was concluded with
tho singing by Mis. McCounoll of
Preceding tho mass meeting thcro
TEN DAYS JAIL FOR
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
We have just opened one of the
prettiest selections of
in many novel designs and shades
Also, Spring designs in our
1! your footwear has given you any came for dis
satisfaction, come to us for a pair of Women's Regal
Shoes and put an end to til your footwear troubles.
OnW in the most expensive custom footwetr
will you find the same dainty styles and perfect
fit that you, get in oir Women s Kegal shoes.
Wc have the exclusive local Regal agency.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
.King & Bethel
U J PZMli
John Drown, a lolorcd .ninn, wan
"I huvo been In tho priesthood 10 otfected wo will liu-io blind tlgertf given ten du)' frco board und lodg
jeniH nml linvu had oxpcilcnco with and speakeasies.
all classes of people," PatlierHchniltt niineal to my ovorzcnlous
continued. "Ileforo I bernnie u mln- filemls." Mr. Moran B.ild, "to d. cd of stealing n pair of tun shoes
ing ut AscIi'h hotel Ibis morning by
Judgo Aiidrude, John wns convict-
Uter I served ns u soldier in tho rec, tbeiusehes nlong other Iln.-g In
Union nriny In tho Civil War and their efforts, und bo good American
was a participant In sonio of tho cltlzous. There Is no need of pio
suvoio lighting. A man has tho nut- lilbltlou In tho city. Nolo tlio su
urnl right to eat and drink what ho loon keepern nnd tho way thoy con
pleases. While In tho mining re- duct thcmselvos. Their places could
glon I was tho leader of n temper- not bo better conducted,
nneo society, and used a big stick "Tho jiverzenjous ought to be cd-(er hud no Idea thut tho shoes woro
to make the members observe thu united. Thoy uro' pohslbly honest, gono till I)ctectlo Koljott appeared
rules. So I employed tho big stick but uro In it small mluoilty. 1 bo-1 tit tho. store und asked the 'proprio-
t.tor If lho shoes belonged to him,
thut would noyer huvo lifted him, for
they wore made for a lady.
It uppcarB thut a Japancso store
keeper on King street Is 1. living a
"sucrlflco" safe, but ho never intend,
cd to let John Drown have shoes
for nothing. In fact, the storekeep'
Kcllctt had scon shoes with tho
sumo price marks on the countors
for su'o, ami ho was sure that the
baforo Teddy Itoosevult did. Tern- lleve men of power und wealth want
peraueo Ik a virtue und is not, there- the piebeut condition. What we
fore, a subject for legislation. Mora' want Is Xo Uvo In peace and bar
people dlo from overeating than moiiy.
from overdrinking. The Lord hud "We nro moil of all nations and shoes found In Ilrowu'u possession
wlno ut Ilia lust supper, and It was creeds. Let us stand together, aud wero part of the store stock. John
not unferinented wine, as certain let no one try to drive out a legltl- Urown hud wundeicd Into the store
fanatics claim, either, The Lord mate business." and, after looking things over, had
performed a miracle und turned wa- , (0 Army Canteen. uisuully plikeii up the pair of trllbys
ter Into wlno when the people wunt- A solo was rendered by T. II. Mux- and wuudored out on the street. Me
ed It, or, us tho poet 'has so ptettlly well of thn St. Alo)slus Club, und Unfllo heuid of John llrowr.'s at-
said, 'When tho water saw Its Lord Chairman De Nedrey introduced Oen
It blushed,' " eral Hurt nf the United Btutcs Army,
Dentil to Business Activities. Vllre.l. lie ro lowed lh rondltlnn,.
If You Want Something Good
Everywhere 5 c
F. E. Davis, Agent, Nuuanu and
tempts to sell a pair of shoes und
soon gathered him. John will be. nt.
homo In rnllors nt tho Itolren! for'
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SHOPS OF THE BEST ARTISANS:
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YE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOP, Fort below King
In conclusion father Sclimltt , Bald In the a. my since tho establishment ten ilaju.
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