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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.. TUESOAY, MAY 17. 1910.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
POHTY YEAKS A0 nlmoit every motlicr thought licr child must havo
pnrcRorle or laudanum to make it sleep. Tlu-so drag vvlirjmvluc r, sleep,
and a. Tew drop too ninny will proJuco Mm strop from ivlilrh ilicro l
no waking. Jinny aro tho children who havo been killed or who health ban
been ruined for Ilfo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of width is a
narcotic product of opium. Draughts aro prohibited from selling cither of tho
narcotics named to children nt nil, or to anybody, without labeling them
"poison." Tho definition of "nnrcollo" Ii: "A medicine tchieh relieves jtain
andjirtxlueei slecx, but which in jmUonous (loses produces stupor, coma, convul
sions and dcaili." Tho tasto and smell of medicines containing opium aro dis
guised, and sold under tha names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing SyrupV
etc You should not permit any mcdlclno to bo given to your children without
you or your physiiian know of what lUs composed. Cntlorlu docs not con
Tlio T' j JXftf-t-if1- BMnrnnlccs genuine
Ignntitro of IJZa&Zli&jUZC Cnstorla
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"I hata f rcosf ntlr frriirrilTil Caatoria for torn-
moo MlmcEU ol chlldrtn with rooiI tt.otn."
VI. A. Cuhul, It. D ,
Buffalo, N. Y.
"Ai tie fathfr of thirtwn cbl'dren I terUlnly
know romcthlng aboat jour pent ucilldnQand,
MM from taj own family etpcrtaire, I bare, In
nr jeare of pructlc, found Caitorla a fibular and
efficient remedy In al-wat crtj home."
V. J. IkCiuxK, M. I).,
y Omaba, Ntb.
"I find rour Caitorla la Terr btnendal In tho"
treatment of cblldren'e alunenta '
F. Ditu, M. D ,
"1 objeet to whit aro called patent medicine,
where meler alone Lnowe what atuS It pat In tbrm,
bn I know the formula of jour Caatoria and ad tlte
Ita neo In proper caere. I Judge tt to bo a ver oaa
ful, as vrcU a barinlcas famlljinfdklno."
N. D. Ellin, M. I),
Children Cry for Flotchcr's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
For Monday. Tuesday, and Wednesday
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING An assortment of pat
terns, 18 inches wide: 00c. per yard, reduced to 40c. a
yard. GERMAN TORCHON LACE 22 to 3 inches wide;
fl a dozen yards, redaced to GOc. a dozen yards. VEL0UR
LANNELS Pretty patterns and nice quality; 27 inches
wide; 20o. a yard-reduced to 12V2c. a yard. CURTAIN
SWISS White with red, blue and jrreen dots; 30 inches
wide; 25o. a yard, reduced to 0 yards for SI. TWILL
TOWELING 5c. per yard, $1.10 for piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS Allover Embroidery, Edeings, Insertions and
Beadingi, Also a fine assortment of Embroidery Flouncing.
Very pretty for graduating dresses. TRIMMINGS New
styles of trimming for wash dresses, in pink, lavender,
navy and light blue; fast colors. LADIES' SCARFS .A
beautiful line of Scarfs, in silk mull, chiffon, and crepe de
chine; absolutely the best assortment we have shown. They
are injloral designs and plain colors, fringed. FLAX0NS
We carry a pood assortment of Flaxons, in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY700DS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
I . ;
iLook Here! Sm&
Ws want to show you the smart C" i52f
lines end custom shapes of our"new Sj f-f"
Regal models (or this season. Look Csar'
these shoes over carefully and 2f A
then try to find tho equal of these J jA
Regal custom styles anywhere else WUwflmfli
in town. You'll search in vain, KmM MejGv.
aie the only ready-to- jSa W
wear shoes at Regal U-rf t wffifl
prices that reproduce tho JjJj J iillL.
latest custom styles and Wi fl nlllllf
we ate the exclusive lo- JUljj YTTftr-
cal agents for thu world- JSi lli
Regal Shoo Store Hfff j
$1 a Year
MILITIA CALLED OUT
TO PREVENT TROUBLE
HjASCO, Mny 10. Fifteen hundred fotelgncrs, employed nt the At
Ioh 1'ortlniul Cement Company's plant, went on atrtke today, demanding
Increased wnscs nnd other terms (or returning. Their detection caused
a shutdown of the works, Ihrowlng twenty-one hundred others out of
work. As a .oneo.uence there has been talk of trouble between the
citizen Bhtil out and the strikers, the sltuutlon becoming so serious that
Mvu companies or ni 11 It la. have arrived fo prevent bloodshed.
i aim i
SUGAR FRAUDERS COME TO TRIAL.
NKW YOUK, May 1G. The trial of Charles Helko, sccrctnry of tho
Amcrlcatt Sugar Helming' Company, Indicted for conspiracy to dc'fraud
the government In the collection of duty on Imported sugar, hag been
With Itclko as defendants nre O. V. Ocrbracht, James It. Itcudcr
nagel, llnrnj- W. Walker, James Halllgan and J. M. Voclkcr, other sugar
trust nfllclats, m rented on similar Indictments. They applied for sepa
rate trials nnd tried desperately to securo them, but their amplications
m i a
NEGRO PRISONERS BURNED IN STOCKADE.
I.UCII.LK, Alabama, Mny 1C. An atjempled Jail breaking came to
n tcrrlbjc end here today, when tn o stockado surrounding the prison
took fire, tlilrty-stx negro prUoncr s being cremated within tho walls.
One of the prisoners had net tiro t o the stockado deliberately, hoping
to es-upe In tho confusion that woul d result when tho flames wcro seen.
Tho timber stockade burned fiercely, making It Impossible lo approach
close enough to unlock tho main gates to allow those within to escape.
BLACK-HANDER GOES TO PRISON.
NI3W YOUK, Iay 16. Antonio Mlslanl, the "Dlack Hand" mem
ber, who wrnto to Caruso, the faniou a singer, threatening his lite unless
money for protection were paid, wa s found gultty of attempted extortion
and threatening to kill today. Ho was sentenced to ccrvo a penltcn
tlary term of from thrco to soven y oars,
, i aaai i aw -
KING MANUEL GOES TO LONDON. N
I.ISIION, May 1C. King Manuel left for London tonight, (o be one.
of tho mourners at the funoral of King Kdward. King Manuel was re
cently a guest of the dead King In England and, according to rumour
prevalent nt the tlmo of that vlsl t, whs arranging for tho hand of an
English princess In marriage. ,
m i a
JUMPED THIRTEEN STORIES TO DEATH.
CHICAGO, Mny lf. John Ityerson, a business man of this city,
committed sulfide In a ghnstty and spcctncular manner today, Jumping
from his oItW window, thirteen sto.-lcs high, to tha street below. Ha
was Instantly killed. He was In financial difficulties.
HIS NEW STAND
Told the Home Rulers
That Notley Is Out
Salttrday night's speech-making nt
Aula park by Representative Knnllio
and ttev. J. M. I'oepoo furnishes ono
of tho preliminaries for tho fall can
palgn ns well as tha Immediate cam
patgn on tho Prohibition question. As
Knnllio declares that ho Is still a
Home Ruler but Is working for tho
election of McCandless as Dolcgnto.thc.
trend of his talk indicates tho plan
on which tho fall campaign will b
fought among tho Huwallan-Amcrl-cuns.
Ucforo going Into tho general
speech-making Knhlno announced pub
licly that he was a Homo Ruler, ex
cept, of course, so far as tho Delegate
ship Is concerned. Ho told tho audi
enco that ho was supporting Link Mc-
Candlcuu, n Democrat, for Delegate to
Congress. Ho decided to tako this
step, believing It was within his prov
ince to do no.
"I want to suy uuw, my fellow Home
Rulers, if there aro any here, that I
am a Homo Ruler and havo been so
for many scars. So far an the Dele
gateshlp Is concerned, t will announca
publicly that I am for Link. McCand
loss, t firmly believe lie'wlll do what's
fight by us. In order to substantiate
my views, I will tell you later what
(McCandless) has douo for some of
tho Hawaiian people
"I inn opposed to Kalanlannolc, the
Delegate, and this nlso I havo good
reasons for not supporting him. As
for Chns, K. Notley, my former candl
date for Delegate tn Congress, I will
not support him, becausu It Is to his
Interest that ho stay home. I would
likoM'ery much to see him save hW
thousand dollars, rather than allow
lng his nauio to bo used by othens
who know that he would not win out
In tho election. He ran thrco times
and was badly beaten three tlmoi
Komn of the Homo Rulers think that
Notley would bo elected this tlmo; but
I am doubtful about his election.
"Instead of winning (puka) forward,
ho has won (puka) backward.
"I havo hocu living In Honolulu
for many months and yet during thai
tlmo I luivo never been Invited to at
tend tho meeting of tho oxccutlvo
commlttro of tho Homo Rulo party,
which Is my party. Judging from
this action on their part, It la ovldont
that It Ih thoy that aro not keeping
In good faith with mo.
"Tho Homo Hulo party has been
represented In tho Legislature by the
Kohala boy (Knnlho), Nono of tho
Honolulu Homo Rulers havo been
elected to tho l-eglalaturo as contin
uously as I havo been. And In fact
I have dnno my duty nnd performed
my worlt In the Legislature, the best
I knew how, In Bplte of tho over
uhelmlngly largo number of Itepublt
cans and Democrats In the Legislative
"I should not be blamed for
tho nun pnsBiigp of tho hills' Hint
1 Introduced In Ilia l.cglHlitturo, I
A large new lot of early clothes
just arrived this week; they are
all new shades and new styles.
The most popular model is called
and is one of the younger genera
tion of clothes which is simply
irresistable- Everything about
the "SEABRIGHT" is of such a de
cisive nature. ' And the price is
only $20.00 with our guarantee.
wnB In Uio minority and, therefore,
naturally I was beaten by the major
ity. In spit of thnt plllkln, however,
I have done my duty."
Knnllio next dwelt upon the rights
of the United States citizens. Hn
snld that'slnoo the mmointlon all
Hnwallans became United States cit
izens. And accordingly It wns proper
for any citizen who Is Interested In
matters political ,to vote for whomso
ever ho wants. ,fll j
He emphasized tho fact that the Hi
wallans, irrespective of their complet
ions, should respect the United Stales
citizenship and work and enjoy and
exercise thnt privilege wisely nnd lo
the best or their ability.
In order to enlighten the audience
with what had transpired slnco his
announcement to support McCandless
for Delegate to Congress was publish
ed, Konlho stated'' that a number of
tho well known Republicans and poli
ticians stopped him In tho street and
criticized him for supporting Mc
Candless, becauso ho was a haole, and
Ignoring I'rlnco Kalaulanaolo, a Ha
waiian and one of his kind. This sort
of crjtlclsm, as coming from sucn
men, ho claimed, whs trespassing up
on his rights os a citizen of tho United
"As long as 1 am n United States
citizen," declared, Kanlho, "I will sui-
port any citizen as a Dclcguto to Con
Kress. It Is Immaterial to luo vvheth
cr that man Is u haolo or u Hawaiian
llko me. Tho race or color iiuostlou
cuts no figure with me.
"I have nnnounccd my Intention to
support McCandless' and to oppose tin?
Princo, That decision stands and ni
ono has a right tu dlctato to mo to1
voto for the Prince, whom I -will fight
"Since tho publication of my 'Intcn
tlon to Hiiport McCandless came tut
In tho Dull otln. Eben Low nni
Charloy Achl nnd a number of other
well known citizens stopped mo In
the street and asked mo the reason
why I went back on the Prince and
supported McCundless," declared Ka
nlho. "I told them promptly that I had
good reason for doing so. They were
evidently dlcsatlsQed with m cxpla
nation; but then I paid no attention
"What do jou want to kokua (sup
port) McCandless, the baole, and neg
lect to help tho Prince, ono of our
kind?'' usked uw and Achl.
"Iiecauao wo aro all United States
citizens today," nnsworcd Knnlho,
"Well, you ought to know1 1 better
and voto lor tho I'rlnco," reiterated
tho Intel rogntors. s
"Well, the auestlon of haole and
kanaka should not enter our mlnils,
answered Kanlho, who prompoly turtv
ad around and askod Iiw tho fotlQ,w
"Well, Mr, I.ow, did jou not sup
port Judge Dole, a haole, who was In
strumcntal In causing tho overthrow
of tho monarchyT It you love your
Princo, n Hawaiian, now, why did you
not support him and the throne of
his aunt, 'Queen Lllluukalanl, becauso
they nro HavvallnnsT Instead of help
ing nur own government then, jou
betrayed jour Queen and tho Princo
and supported Dole, a haolo and ono
of McCandless' klitd."
To make tho mutter clear Kuiilho
stated that McCuudless. who Is ac
cused of grabbing lands of tha llu
vvnAniiR whenever 1 WW opportu
nities for doing wi Iiiih dnnn iiioro
good to tho Hnwallans than tho I
He stnted that McCandless has
been nnd Is jet nllowlug tlte landless
Hawallans to llvo on bis lands In
Koolau for some tinier They ore priv
ileged to .earn their livelihood from
tho fat of tho lands which formerly
belonged to them, but which now aro
owned by McCandless. Thnt when
over they worked for McCandless they
were paid $1.50 each per day. Thnt
tho taro patches vvcro free to them to
cultivate nnd plant tun) on tn supplv
them with necessaries of life. That
McCandless was alvvajs liberal with
them, and in fact, docs not Interfero
with their work. .
Ho further said that McCandless has
shown his aloha for thu Hawallans,
becauso ho has allowed a certain Ha-'
wallan woman In Walnmna to llvo,
on tho land, which is owned by Mo-i
Candlcss, through the foreclosure of,
tho mortgage, to receive tho rents of
tho lands. Tho rents amount to about
X180 a vear which urniwrlv belonir
to McCandloss, but despite his owner-1
ship of tho lands, McCandloss has1
not taken the rents, but has given the
woman tho right (to draw them for
her own use.
This kindly action on McCandless'
part, Kanlho declared, was far more
valuable to that woman nnd to thu
Hawallans generally than what tho
Prince has done for hlo own people
Kahlno pointed out to tha audience
that the Prince has been forcing tho
Hawallans living ou his lunds ong
Punchbowl to work regularly so many
times a month. That If they did not
wake up they were kicked out without I
mercy. Tho Punchbowl Hawallans
who happened lo bo present yelled out
Kuinon jelled out from tho crowd
that they wero kicked out from the
Roquefort, " Neufehattel,
Brie, Limburger, Camenbert
Each the most, delicious of its
kind. Small Tins
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
tho lands by Colburn and not by thu
Prince. To this Kanlho answered with I
electrical quickness that tbe Prlnca!
was responsible for the action of hla
agent, Colburn. Kanlho remarket
that tho .Prohibitionists would ac
complish more good by trying to 'in
troduce .-blll prohibiting tho planta
tions from making the laborers work
on Sunday, tho Sabbath day. '
Harvey the, "key-keeper."
"Harvey Is tho 'koj-kecpor' of the
dark place," which mcatiH tho leper
settlement. "It wns through Beunlor
Harvey that my nephew," pointing tit
Plnchako, "was released from tho
dark place of Molokol." This Is onu
of (ho kindly acts of Senator Harvey
who represents mo iiemucrauc pariy.
Kanlho made, a strong plea fur tho
Democratic part)', on this point,
Ono of tho strongest reasons why
Kunlho did not care to support the
Princo was because hn (Princo) at
tempted to throttle his (Kanlho)
throat. This action of tha Prince
was the principal reason why ho did
not care to mipport tho Delegate ,
Knnlho frequently remarked that
Rev. Stephen L. Desha, who was In
the crowd, was misleading tho public
so fur as politics weie concerood. He
alM announced thitt ho never nt ail)'
tlmo culled Charley K. Notley a
"dead horse," uh was reported In tho
Hawaiian newspapers. He challeng
ed the nirm'wlm eniiifd tho publication
(Continued on Fnge 0)
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Beautiful Patterns and Pure Linens
SALE NOW ON
Come to thii Sale. Thii is the op
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prettv things, while the PRICES are
BEDSPREADS; size 80x100. Were
$18; now $11.
CENTERPIECES; sizes 18 to 54 ins.
Were $1.50 to $10; now 80c. to
BUREAU SCARFS' size 20x54 and
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POILIES at 25c. and 40c.
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