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EVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., TIJE3DAY, VAT 24. 110.
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for Infante and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castona.
rATOlilA hal'mot w(th pronounce! faW'o'n tlio 'part cf physicians,
pharmaceutical societies ana meiiic.l autlioi lllcs. It Is wM I physicians
results most gratifying. Tliecxtcm1rilti"oofr.utnrialsuni1iii .mublytho
rrsnltof tlirco fuels: lst,'Tho,lndi'ipulabh eyiilenqe trial, it is lurnilfeMj Ami,
'Xliat it not only allays stomach pains and qufols the nt rves, lull ut.iiilates tint
food; Jlnl, Uhan m;rccaWou.ndpcrfcetuliMilutoforca.Moro!l. It is alaoluto'y
Kit.-. It dons not coatula any opium, morpliiun, or other narcotic ami docs not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups llalcmans Drops, Godfrey's Conliul, etc.
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to expose
danger and record tho means of udvanclnrr health. Tho day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorancu ought to end. To our knowledge, Cus
torla Is a remedy which produces composure .and health, by regulating tha
Bystem not by stupefying It and our readers are entitled to tho Information.
Uair$ Journal of Health,
"ToarCwtotlattanda flrit In 111 clf. lu raj
tttlrty jcara of pracllc 1 ran cay Incrcr Idrcfound
uilhliig tbat no flltrd llio i.lnr .'
WlIXIlM UimofIT, M. D.,
"I hTi .Kd yonr Culorla la tht cue cf rny riira
baby and find It plcaaant to uke. and bate obtained
xcellc&t rraajw from lu o."
t 8. A. CccBiKin, M. D
having recommended It ue In many Inilancca, and
ocntlder It tbe beat UiaUx Ibat could bo uted,
Nlinmnl. K. Kl.to, II. D., St. Lonb, Ho.
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30
rt Stories For
PROF. POLYDOBE'S ,NEW ROLE.
"I hope you'll pardon mo, mlsB, hut
I Blioulil con aid or It a matter for over
Instlnir Holr-renroar.). If 1 el 111 not call
your attention la llio mistake you nro
f nnklng." ' '
Tho lianilsomn young woman 10
whom I'rofesHor Polydcuo addressed
theso word looked nt htm In blank
This was thu flrBt tlnio she hnd ovon
bash Mm, nnd, bo fur vs ho knew, he
hail never' lu' Ids llfo met her, either,
until this moment, when chance
brought them side by sldo as strap
hangers In n crowded trolley car.
"What mistake am I making?" ask
ed tlio young woman, after sha had
assured herself that tlio man with
the frank, honest, .good-natur-beam-lug
faco who had ncrostcd hor so lib
ruptly eniild have meant no harm or
offence, and appeared to ho neither
a lunatic nor u "masher."
''You have so many excellent qual
ities," responded I'olydore, "that It
seems a pity you should allow a hordo
of Insignificant trifles to worry you.
And, nbovo all, you make tho gravest
sort of mlstako to envy thaV-palntcd
doll-face with tho crmlno coat land
The yoimc woman seemed almost
ready to scream with astonishment.
She scrutinized tho Professor suspic
iously, ns If expecting to Hnd horns
or a cloven foot.
"How could jou tell I envied that
gtrl or that I havd bo many worries?"
. she finally managed to gasp.
"Your hand (Unclosed tho secret to
mo." ronlied Polydnro. "You see. t
have devoted considerable atentlon to , made me liosln to think that 1 was a
palmstry. Your long, thin fingers de- fol to kop en .drudging,
note n fondncsB for detail nothing too I "Your words have recalled mo to
trifling to escape your observation 1 n senso of duty." I
nnd atcntlon. The knuckles oro rather J And she thanked Professor Poly.
prominent. This shflWH reflection, loo doro as she got off at the next cor
much f It when taken In connection i nor. i
with tho thin, chnlivllku headline, that '
middle one "f tho lhr.eo principal lines , YOUNO KNOX AND DAD
which travel across thq palm. For It
is your headline that so plainly lndl-
cntes how much tho merest trifles
worry you pud occupy your mind'
"That Is ull very truo," exclaimed
tho young woman, who by this tiino
had' Jiecomo profoundly Interested and
wbb Ilk, toning with bated breatlMo tlte
jcmarkhblo stranger's words,
"nut," ho added, "how could you
tell that rcnvled that beautiful gtrrtho youtliful sweetheait and tho col
who Is slttlugnt such .a distance from lcge-wldow bride, in tho. parentnl man
hero and whom I had novor seen until i slon on K street, N. V., whore they
I entered this car?" i nro liouso guesU for tho week end.
"TIiIf," replied Polydore, "Is pre- Without parado or pomp tho recou.
clsply' tho point which Impelled mo to Illation between tho bridegroom'),
defy conventionality and address you. ( parents and his brldo was accomplish
For If were luded n pity if n person so ed. It Is said that tho overtures wcic
nobly endowed by nature ns your band Instigated by Mrs. Knox, whoso fav
prnclaltnn you to bn were allowed to orlto child young Philander Is, nl
go headlong to de.itiucllon," though friends assert .that.deep In tlio
"You frighten mo," exclaimed tho Secretary's heart hd r.ilhor admired
young woman. "In what way um I
"Thcro aru two natures struggling
Tor niastory within you," said Poly.
tloro. "One Is a spirit of piety, a long -
lpg or a llfo of prayer, contemplation, took a long nutomobllo drlvo today and
patleiieo lii Buffering nnd herolo deeds all seomod in the best of spirits,
of goodness llko, let us say,, that of j intimate friends of "Tip" Knox, or,
SI, Francis, who one wlnler'n (lay cut'ns ho Is called by Ills school boy
Ills cloak' ,li twp to dlvldo It with a
poor sblvo.-lnc vagabond.
"Tills sldo of you Is Indicated by
tho fcxtremely Jong Index flpger and
tho prominent prptuboran6o
at Its I
"I Iiko ntcd yrrar Culorla and found It an
exrelltiit rmtily In m houiebold and prlralj
practlii tor man y vara. TV formnla U excellent."
II. J. Tirr, M. I) ,
' "I sad Tocr Culorla to be a lUnJirJ family
nmc.tr. It la tLa belt fh'm for Infaata and chil
dren I have ever know n and I recommend IL"
1C E. KiaiLBluS, 21. D.,
t Crnaba, Kcb,
" naming daring tho put sit rear preKrtbcd your
Cailurla lot Itifantllo liomucb dleotdrra, I molt
bcarlil commend lu ueo. Tho formula contalua
r-otblng dalctciUrca to tbt uort dcllcateof children."
J. Ik Euuou, il. D., J.'ew York. CltJ.
Evening Hours I
"At the lower end of the palm II an
other unusually 'developed protuber
ance constituting tho ball of Die
thumb. It Is called tho Mount of Vu
,nus by palmist, and denotes a lovo
of gajety. Joy, hilarity. It shows n
warm, kind. nffectlonatn nature,
coupled, when so full ns lu your hand,
with n giddy, bittfr-rlly disposition, ,
"Shall tho flrt--lha finger and
.Mount of Jupiter gain lha mnstcryT
Or will forres of tho Mount of Venus
prevail? I should unhesitating pro
nounce In favor of your contemplative,
pious sldo cnrrylng off the prize, if it
wer enot for the grilled criss-crossed
surface of the Mount of Venus. This
adds llio Are of passion to already
glowing qualities. Hence the danger
of fagging yourself out with petty
worries or allowing its baneful weight
Into so evenly balanced scales.
"For extremaly thin, long fingers
like yours show n nature prnno to
envy, and when I saw you look ut Hint
thickly' rouged, ilchly clad, bejcwclcd
girl whose cheerfulness and happy
chatter with tho young fellow In front
of her Is forced nnd merely apparent,
1 detected a pained expression lu your
'Tho markings In your hand Indi
cate happiness If ypu follow the bent
of the Jupltcrlan Impulses; unlmppl
ness and disaster if jou llstcu tn the
alluring temptations of the other
"Thank, you," murmured tho young
woman. "You have strengthened mo.
I had grown tired of working hard Just
for tho tako rt leading n hum drum
sort of existence, nnd the sight of that
jglrl seemingly so cure-free nnd happy.
RECONCILED AT LA8T
College Wldcw Drlde Drought to the
Mansion and , All Are
WASHINGTON. May 1. Tliosurren
iter of the Secretary of Stnte to hh
young son. Philander C. Knox Jr.. has
been made complete In the reception of
tho urdor and romantic fervor of his
youngest born. Neither oung Mr-
Knox nor his parents would glvo any
statement or ntorvlow' lontght, but tho
1 hnppy bridal counlo and Mrs. Knox
chums. "Ignl," from his flaming red
a lialr bay that his father has purchased
a jubstantlul Interest In on automoblh) ,
company lor tho enterprlblng yotith. I
Br"For Bale" cirdu nt Dullctla.
POINTS 10 COMET
nuts p. piHO
Eclipse Also Carries
Political Lesson To
Ilellcvlm ho roitifl, guess Just ns
woll nnJ, pcrlmiis, hiore nvcunitoly
than Bma of tpo sciiintlllo uBtrono
tilers' who IiaV mudo prognostlcn
ttotm tegnrdlng the probable result
oft the Hppenrnnre of the eonirt II
M. Knnlho,. lu Ills speech nt Anln
Park Inst nlglit, tircdlcletl via tho
comet ithitt lie and I. Hilt McCni.dHw.i
would bo elected nt the coming eletf
ICnnllin announced hU prcdtcllun
after gazing nt the .moon o.'llpsc,
which was clearly vlslblo In the sky.
Ho said that tho moon's having two
different colors, those of red nnd
white, carried n significant meaning.
Tlie red color, ho said, meant victory
for himself. Tim white represented
victory for I. Ink Mec'andless.
Knnlho further stated Hint the tall
Of the comet, which was gradually
fading iiwny. Indicated n broom with
which he nnd his Democratic friends
wem'd brush away the enemy on
cli. Inn day. The crowd nnd those
idtt'ng on tho stand cheered him ns
ho concluded his remarks.
I la next Indulged In, general re
mi. Its upon the political ,nnd moral
standing of tho people whom he In
vited to n public debate This was
done, according In him, because he
mid his candidate for Delegate to
Congress were dellberulely attacked
by Ilia speakers of last Saturday's
The other speaker of the night
wcro J. M. Poepoo and Sam Knlon.
I'oepoe. as usual, camo forward wlin
n bunch of law books to substantiate
his arguments, Knlon said that the
Prohibitionists, 'who nro trying 'to
mlrlend the HaVnllaiis so far as the
prohibition problem was concerned,
would be, sorry somo day. It llio' pro
hibition measure passed.
llnv. Stephen I.. Dosha of llllo, one.
of the most elouuent , Hawaiian or
ators dn llio. Territory, luid Jils .Inning
last Saturday night nt Anla Park
xhoro ho linswerC'd, scorned and force
ably contradicted Iho statement made
by Kapliio, .llio- "cannon bull of Ko-
liala," in ,i previous Saturday night
meeting. Tho, relative moral .qualities
'of Link McCandlcsi and Dosha nlso
camo In for extended discussion.
iDcsha, tho principal' speaker of the
night, defended Delegate Kalanlanon
lo's .name from attacks mado by the
enemy, presumably, Kanlho, who
had questioned Iho Delegate's ability
to gst what's properly duo the people
ot this Territory. Having put up hh
defonro on behalf of tlio Delegate
Dcfba proceeded to contradict nit of
Kanlho's statements regarding the
Delegate and tho Ilepiihllean udtnln
Tho meeting wn.t tha liveliest and
the most IntoroMIng mid disorderly of
any .political gathering over held In
Honolulu. From tho coinmenceni-nt
until tho last speaker had finished
It was full of fun nnd goneral enthusi
asm. Nnnu of tho speakers of the
night csenped Interruptions from
A. I.. Knlelopu and "Oily 1)111" (Wm
White) also nrulo nddrCESCB, but they,
too, becamo Kanlho's targets. The
latter would ,uot bo quiet dcsplto the
hlsrlng or tlio crowd and the appear
an co of tho police.
High Shurlff Wm. llonry, who accu
pled a seat close, to Kanlho npparcnt
ly to keep order nnd p:nc2. did not
wony tho lone Homo lluler. Ho would
spcalt nn 1 rhout at the top of his voice
when necessary In order tn bo liciri.
He would occasionally call thq speakor
Tho mcetlns was rather Informal
It was originally oiled by iho Itcpiih
llcnns nnd Horns llulers; but it en lei
with tho Democrats ns speakers. The
bandstand was fir fit occupied by the
Hepiibllrnu mid Hopio Hulo speakers;
but In Iho end Ih'y ilo.icendcd from
the stnmt whllo tlio Demqcrat ntcond
ed and captured tho rostrum.
Harvey Decked. v
Senator Frank H'irvcy. who Is look
ed upon by the' Hawallaiis . ns thu
friend of the lepers, was blocked from
taking n jic.it on tho bandstand. He
wns present on Iho ground, but was
politely told that ho could not go ou
tho stand and Interfere with the
It ,waa du(tig Kulelopn's speech that
llarvoy' tried to go onto tho stand.
Kalctopu was explaining to tho crowd
that tho ro'caBo of tho lejiqni from
Molokai wns duo to the efforts of tho
"I wanted lo .go up thorp nnd con
tradict Knlelopu's statements," said
Harvey afterwards, "but they would
not let mo Take the stand, 1 roilly ho
levo It Is a iliumo for tho Ilepiihllean
putty to claim Iho credit which Is not
duo them." .
At llio closo uf (ho Ilepiihllean Homo
Itlun meeting llarvoy made a long
Biioceb to the remnants of the crowd
In making Ids Introductory remarks
Chairman Kalauokalaul stated that no
one present would bo n'lowcd lo speak
or to ask o.ii'msIoiib without his permlfl-
Blon. This was evidently Intended for
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4 Cylinders 20 Horse Poer 10Q Inch.Wheel Base
32 Inch Wheels Sets Two or Four, Rear Seat Removable
. Magneto Oil and Qas Lamps . Generator
Tube Horn Tools and Jack included
Knnlho, who. through Ilia columns of
tho Ke Aloha Alna, nninu.iccd his
readiness tn debato lh Desha. Al
though Knn'liu heard tho leinurlts he
gave .no .heed tn Iheiii. Do us'.(e.t
iiuesllnns mid Interrupted every rp?tk
or. Kalauokalaul made the opening
address. Ho said, In part: '
"I stand hero tonight not as a Homo
Itule Itepiibllcnn, but us Chiilriiun of
this meeting. Tills meeting was call
ed nt the Instance of some of Hie Horn?
Rulers and lcpubllc,ans whoso po
litical oiiallncatlonB were attacked by
my friend, Hon. Win. Kanlho of Ko-
hula. As u vlce-prealdcnt of the Home
Rule party and it pr'shling officer of
this meeting tonight, I wruld llko t'o
explain, mid defend the namo ot
Charles Kiililllaplanl Nntlcy, the Homo
Hulo candidate for Delegate to Con
gress, from the uuwnirnntei nttacki
of the lio.iornblo member fro.n Kn
bnla. "I, was pot pri'aenl at Iho I tst jiir.ss
meeting held htro by Kanlho, hut I
was Informed Ihut lie nude imwdr-
ranted attacks on Kahlllaiilanl Nollcy,
wiiiwi iiuiiiu i- iifiir in uiu iil-uii ,u (jiiiannma, who wan iiuaiiy elected 10
the Homo Unlets," "Pololel" shouted ,inl honorable position cm Iho Mh lit-
h woman from ho crowd. "Wo lovo ,en,t .
Ivabllaiilni.,' sbo cone I del w l.o, "Wm JoiiiiIiirs llryan ran for Presl-
hVZVt LIZ ,.;,.1 m Ka;i,o,,r?l,"f ,"" ""i"0" s,n!lT ' Wm'
"I was Inronued tint Mr. Knnlho t 1,0 wns nlwnys defcato-l," run-
called Notley a Mead hone' Ikco ,Ilul. Knlanoknlanl. "ills namo Is nl-
ho (Notley) had always bean defealol wayii ruV(,rril ,,j- n!, (ll0 Amtrloau
in the p-ast elections," routliiuol Ka- UnWi ,ho Bllw im r No,U.y t)y
Iniiokalaiil. "This sort of eommenl U Ulo Homo Killers."
iiuwnrranlcd. If such wero true why a--
then does ho (Kanlho) support Me- Tho dogi of wnr aro snapping and
Candlaw far Delegato to Cong-en, growling nt I.ltna. hut II nmy bo only
ni.nn i,n inrn,u,MaS w.i r united, n Pni-iitlmi hnrk -.Prnvlileiien .liiin -
ly .defeated by rrlnco.Ka.lwIanaolc?".
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Automobile Value the World Has Ever
Ready for Demonstration at
usked iho speaker.
"llecauso I huvo a gocnl -reason for
doing m," answered Knnlho promptly,
"Has not Notley treated jou fairly
lu llio past?" usked tho speaker,
"Yea. that Is pololel." answered Kn-,
n volcu called from
"Vou, too," aimwere.l tho c.innoii'
"Tho honor which Kanlho Is e.i edited
with toduy was originally duo to my
efforts. It was I that laught htm
politics In Halawa, Hawaii, in HW.i
Kanlho wns n Republican then nnd 0:1 '
account, of my explanation and In.'
flucnro bo became a Homo Hitler over
"Pololel " responded Knnlho. !
."Nntloy, 1 admit, has always boon
"but his defeat should nil Iho 111010
strengthen, our conviction tn ttay by
Ho then told tho story ot n u:id
Deleg.ito to Congress from
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BRANCH OF AMATEUR
UNION STARTED. -
Enthusiastic Meeting Was
.There wns n meeting of thoso Intep
osted In the formation ot an umatcii;
union held yesterday at tho olflccs oj
l.orrln Andrews, who lins lucn In ntn
miiulcatluu Willi President Sitlliv 'l ni
tho national organization, and a.
with Major Pelxolto.
aiiosa who attended tho meeting
josterdny leprosentcd eight clubi nnd
1 three other clubs lind been invited to
1 nttcn,i fho meeting got dnwit to'
i,uiina iwi n iniio r,-,,m Mnlr ini.
olt() wait rcni (n t1()sl) present Tlio
Maor ',lncil lllt ,10 folt Huro m,
, rffch ,
, ,,,, Itnr, WM
.do mm m k on mnsht.
. .iltciisslon ns to what
Th , "y, " . in! ,1. es" re
clt-!" J, , bv I -e Ixollo I was no.
wr to by I c xotlo II was not
. know ' lf " TV "51 " ,,"W " "ar
I w '"r " wll0'(' nffllhitfil uuiateur
cluua- or "lhor cacli club that Join-
l'd the Dillon had to pay that amount
' It waa decided In enquire aa to what
..,,,. . , ., .
waa iiuiiiu, unu ur. iianu nam mat
ho would personally see President Sul
1 llvan when ho reached New York on
, about June '12 next.
There will Iid monthly meetings of
tho association ns soon as It Is form-
I, and uii attempt will bo mado to
divide Ihe seasons for different sports.
I The climate of Hawaii allows of near
ly every gamu being played all tho
year round and no clearly defined son-
sous ni present exist lor 1110 various
The clubs represented at tho meet
ing yesterday wcro as follows: Out
rigger Club, Ocean Club, Myrtle Host
Club, Ilealuni Yacht and Doat Club.
Honolulu Cricket Club, Kamehamclni
Schools and Iho Chinese Athletic Club.
Thu clubs that huvo .been Invited
to send representatives to tho next
meeting nro ns followu,
Thu HawxUan dun Club, tho Hawaii
an Association Football, tho Honolulu
Itlne Club tho lleretauln Tennis Club.
Ihu Pacific Tennis Club, the Monoa
Tennis Club, Ihe Trnll tnd MnunMii
Club, tlio Hawaii Yacht Club, Iho Ho
nolulu Yacht Club; tho Oahu Country
Club, tlio Honolulu Oolf Club and thu
tKuiialu llnwlng Club,
The Bulletin PublMrinR Co.,
ltd., is BRent for the best enRTarinp;
and lithotrrauhing comoanr on
the Pacifio Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
nrintine of every kind. I
Also prices and samples of the n
Vry Totut In Tnravayt flarrla, ""
Announcements, and ""
Invitations in the best of form. ' I
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