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E7ENIN0 ntJLLETIM, nONC'.tTLU, T. II., FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1010.
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
ARTORIA has met with pronounced fnvor on tlio part of physicians,
v phariimccutlcnl societies nnrirncilicntntitliorltrus. ItH u?cd by physicians
with results most gratifying. Tlio extended nso of Custorla Is unquestionably the
result of thrco facts i 1st, Tlio Indliputublo cvldcnco that It Is harmless 3nl,
Tlmt It not only allays stomach pains and qulots (ho ncrvc but assimilates the
foodj tint, It Is an agreeable niid perfect substitute for castor oil. It is1 absolutely
safe. It does not contain nny. opium, morphine, or other narcotic, and docs not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Batcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This Is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to cxposo
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tlio day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria Is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating tho
Djstem not by stupefying It and our readers nro entitled to tho Information.
uau journal of Health.
"Toar Catlorlatlamli flrit In III claia, In tnj
cjtl)lDj tilt ao flllfd tho plara."
WllXlA Bilxokt, M. I) ,
1 Cleveland, Ohio.
"I hrc ncd Toor Cattorla In th cam of my own
bftbj and find It plcaaaot to take, and haro obtained
exccllcut rcea.n from Ita dm."
8. A. BccBiKiK, St. D.,
M I take plcaanre In recomraendlng font Caiitorla,
having rrcotnrcended 1U use to fnanjr Inatancca, and
coniMcr It U10 beat Uiallro that could b tutd,
u pKlallf for children."
NiTiu-mL K. Kw, 1I,D , fit. Loola, Ito.
"1 lio ncit jronr Caitcrla and found It an
excellent remedy In my hoiuehotd and private
pracucafor man jcara. Tho formnlala eicellcnt,"
II. J. T.rr, ll. ,
' BrooUjn,N. If.
"I 2nd vour Caiioria to bo a ttandard family
temcily. Jt l the teat thing for Infanta and chil
dren 1 bar crcr known and I recmnmend It."
II. 1- i:KIUJoM, II. I).,
H Having daring tho fuut six yearn prcacrlbcd yoar
CutorU for Infantile alomach diwirdera, I moat
biartlly commend lta use. The formula contains
nothing deleter lona to tho mwt di Heals of children."
J. 11. Elliott, II. 1) Kcvr To:k Cltr.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
LADIES' FINE MULL SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed in
cluster tucks find lace. Regular price, $1.25; special
price, 05c. I
SHIMMER SILKS In stripes, checks and plaids, mercer
ized 27 inches wide. Regular price, 30c. a yard; special,
20c. a yard.
WHITE CURTAIN SWISS In a birr variety of patterns y
large and small dots, floral designs, etc.; 30 inches wide.
Regular price,- G yards for $1 ; special, 9 yards for $1.
CHILDREN'S HAND-PAINTED LEATHER PURSES
Very pretty. Special, 10c. e.ach.
FANCY TUpKED LACE YOKING 18 inches wide.
Regular .prices, 50c. and 00c. a yard; special, 25c. and 35c.
FRENCH WAISTING Fine Batiste, embroidered in
champagne. Regular, $1.25 a yard; special. 50c. a yard.
Creaia, embroidered in black. Regular, $1.85 a yard; spe
cial, 75c. a yard.
A HARE BARGAIN 30-inch Black Peau de Soie, beau
tiful quality. Regular price, $1.40 n yard; special price, $1
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A Q00D JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
Sharp SignS .
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 307 ELITE BUILDING
1 m miisis
&S.Q!l vw. . -
from $5 up
from $1 up
A KODAK Multiplies
the Joys of Life.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
"Everything Photographic!' FORT ST., NEAR HOTEL
BILL BUSTER'S LETTER TO HIS FATHER
Dear I'a: I've Just learned about th0 gat wnler heaters nnd av they
nro fine. You will remember bow we used to always hnvo n fight with
Mary the cook when nnjone wnntcd a bath; no would always hau to go
out and tell her la hump up the fire, ns wo wanted nomo hot water.
If two of us wanted lo take a bath'. It meant to run tho wood range nil
tho afternoon, heat tip tho whole bouse, niid before wo got through every
body was rross. Hut now, with ono of theso hew Rn water heaters, sou
can have nil the hot water jou want In ten minutes.1'
They hnvo one kind of water heater hure which, they call a Ituud,
that all jou hno to do Is to turn on the water nt tho hot water faucet In
tho bath, sink or wash bowl, nnil It turns 'on tho gas which heals tho walcr
as fast ns It runs. When jou shut off tho water ltshuts orf the gas. It
work so flnq )ou would almost bcllco it coubl think.
You can never renlltc whnt.n luxury II Ii to hnvo hot water whenever
you want It. You don't have to wait eon n minute. Then another ttiltitc.
You get elenn, fresh water heated through a copper coll, while by tho old
way the boiler Is full of stalo water, with all tho dirt and sediment settle 1
In Hip. bottom, v
I'll tell you, I'n, I want ou, Mother and IMna to como out here. We
will set ono of those pretty hung-duws and fix It all tip Xltti n cabinet gas
range, n Rntfd water heater nnd reflex gas cnmlcllers. You 'sec, with this
new chandelier, all jou hao to do Is to Just pull a chalirand all the- lights
go on nt onco. Wo will also have a nw Kas porch llfiht on tho lannl no that
wo can sit out (hero In the evenings and read. I'll tell jou, I'n. jou will
think j on havo found I'arailtso, sure. r
With love. BILL
IN LOCAL RUSSIANS
WASHINGTON, I). C, Juno 9.- Charging Hint tho recently Import
ed Kusslitn laborers In Hawaii wcro bring held In virtual peonage upon
tho Bugnr plantations, forced to work at less than n living wage and bo.
Ing nt tho mercy of tho corporation managers. Samuel Oompcrs, presi
dent nf the Amorlcnn reiteration of l.ibtir, today lodged a protest with
Secretnry of Commerce and Labor Nagel.
The labor leader reported much that has already been charged
against tho Hawaiian planters in connection with the Ilussian labor, urg
ing that In view of the fact that the Ilusslans had been brought Into this
country In violation of the alien contract labor laws, they should bo de
ported at the expense of the planters and the latter should be charged
and tried for the Illegal Importing o( the aliens.
TAFT'S REBUFF TO HARRISON.
WASHINGTON, I). C. Juno 9 l'resldolit Tuft loday refuted to r-
celvo HeprcucntathB Harrison of New York becauso of tho tatter's crit
icism of him in connection with the llallingcr-rlnchat Investigation.
Representative Uarrlnin had charged that tho President nnd Atlor-l'ej'-denernl
Wlckcrshnm hud attempted to mislead tho Investigation com
mittee and Congress by backdating ono of the letters in connection with
the Glavls charges against tho Secretary of the .Interior.
BIPLANE CRASHES INTO GRANDSTAND.
HUuAPEST, Hungary, June 9. Krcy, n German nvlntor, who was
making a test hero In training for the great aviation meet to eonimeuco
n week from Sunday, lost control nf his hlptnno todnj', tho maqbliia
duelling into tho grandstand among the spectators gntherod to watch
his (light. Six women wore struck by tho biplane, and Injured, two of
tho victims of the accident being expected to die.
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RESERVE CORPS FOR VETERANS. '
WASHINGTON, D. C, June a Having lor Its onject tho fenera
tion of nil military patriotic organlxatlons throughout the United Stulos
for the purpose of forming a third lino of defense, to be called upon nftor
the regulars and the militia In tho event of war, Senator Dixon of Mon
tana today Introduced a bill for the incorporation of war tctcrans Into n
rctcrve corps. .
RUSSIA BARS HAMMERSTEIN.
NEW YOIIK, Juno 9, Oscar llummersteln. tho well-known theater
mni.ager and opern house owner, hiiB been refused permission to visit
Ilussln, where ho wished to go to engage n number of Russian diinter
for his Amorlcnn 'production? Tlio refusal of the Kusslan legation to
issue Hammcrstcln n passport Is believed to be bused on tho fuct tlmt ho
is n Jew.
HEART FAILURE CAUSE OF AMERICAN'S DEATH. .,
NA'TJ'S, Juno 9, Tho American reported killed on Vesuvius ns a
result of the recent seismic disturbance Micro Is Dr. Jules Hlmon (if Sail
1'rnnrlsco. An examination of Ills body reveals tho fait Hint death was
duo to heart failure, and was t.ot duo to external causes, us had been nt
Crsl thought, -,
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HOUSE PASSES POSTAL SAVINGS BILL. :
WASHINGTON, U. C, Juno 9 Ily u majority of ninety-four voles,
tho House today passed the nmendod postal Havings bunk bill, which will
now go tri conference committee, Inning nlrendy been p.irpil-litho Sen
ate. Tho Note ou tho measure stood 19S for nnd 101 against, '
i m ' ' n,
W0ULD SHIP STRANDED LABORERS. )
WASHINGTON, D. C, Juno 9. Tho major of Cordova. Alaska, has
cabled lo tho authorities hero for nttthorlty to transport two hundred
Montenegrin laborers, who nro stranded In that northern town, (to wants
to send thom nt public expenso to California or Seattle. .
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MEXICO WILL ACCEPT ARBITRATION. t
WASHINGTON, U. C, June 9. Tho Mexican nmbassador'bas no
tified tho Department of State that Mexico has agreed to the .terms of
arbitration proposdd by tho United States for tho settlement of the Clietn-
Izal 7,0110 controversy.
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YE ARTS AND CRAl'TS SHOP
Fort below King Street
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FILMS AND CAMERAS
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
lluslness men of Honolulu have
again gone positively on ro:ord In
opposition to Congress taking action
in the muLagemeut o( local atralrx
u n manner that might come tinder
the head of uudorhudedVUntcrfer
ence. ; 'jj V "'
The McrchnnlB' -AEsotlntlon,. nt
one nt tho most largely attended
meetings t hits over hold, voted nl
most iinuuimpuuly agulnst the pro
Iiosal to oxtoud to the waters of the
Territory of Hawaii the provisions
of tho Intorstnte commerce law, and
tontrol our tinnsportntlou ag none
other in tho country Is controlled.
It is seldom thut Hie issue bas
been so clear cut nnd the declaration
of tho merchant!) utoru to the point,
Tho whole scheme of plusteriug this
Tetritory with u law that has nocr
been tried In any other part of the
country, hus never-been thniougbly
dUi'Utktd an lo ItH adaptability to our
needs, nor fully canvassed in any
tense ns should bo done when
movement of su:h wide lulluonco and
terla Import, is contemplated, was
abhorrent to tho bettor'JiidBinenfcrf
tho business lenders of the- illy, And
well It might' be. 'The tlm$ mny
como when they will welcomo tho ex
tension of IbU law us o llllo Hall
way poopleBayvlhey bIiouIiI do, but
that will btf'nlter thoiluw as amend
ed by the present Congicss Is tlior
oughly understood, Its provUimm
sized up lu their bearing on.our cpu.
dltlons ami poislbly changed to suit
particular situations not met with
lu any other putt of tho country.
When Hint tlino comes u general re
quest from tho huslnuvs bodies should
fociiio the oxttli.slon, rlnce the pres
ent amendment has been uixoinpllsli
ed with no llttlo effort by persons
working In secret.
Hut the Interstate commerce mat
ter was not the only Jar'tlfo business
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In the summer, when a fellow is especially fond of spending most of his time outdoors,
there is n lot of satisfaction to be Rained by havinp; light and summery clothes, The ideal
clothes for summer arc "BENJAMIN CLOTHES." They aro not only delightfully styled, but
they arc tailored in a manner which insures their civini splendid( service.
A large and complete stock
of the Famous
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
1.A..n In.t flMMfifl W,n. 4 M ni
liuvc juab nunvu, AJl,l wi
iiaov ana snow u mis oeau
AM, NKW AND I!XCI.U8IVri
Regal Shoe Store
KING AND BETHEL
CLASSY BOYS' and
1010 N; Y. STYLE, UNION-MADE SUITS nrrived bv
last boat. Also, a complete line of
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Contractor for Building;, Stone and
Cement Work,-Painting, Paperhang
ing. No, 1310 LILIHA'.ST., Cor. Kuktil,
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c., $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, ?150,
L. AHOY, - ' Nuuarra St
ALL HAND WORK
Every article is handled with the greatest
care and the best of work done jV
258 Beretania St. J, ABADIE. Trop.
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'idJL.HLij .wfct-fc & . ia..iAijaKy.