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EVENING ntJLLKTIN, TtONCOLtJ. T. II., TUESDAY. JUNE 81, 1010.
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA. Is a linrmlca subatituto for Cnstor OIF,
Pnrcgorlc, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It Is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotic fctupcty). Its
ago Is Its guarantee. It destroys Worms-rind allays
FoTcrlshncss. It cures IMarrhrca and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Rowels, giving healthy and natural
sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The mother's
Tho jF jJtrf-&' " ' "n.cvcrr wrnppcr
ilgnnluro of liw7&ls' or genuine Ciuturln
Physicians Rocommond Castoria.
"Mr patleati timuUblj prl the tctlnn of your
"During my ml11 rrnctlcfl I know cf rttml
eaii where jmr Tutori. wm prcrlbcl tnil 6mJ
wllnoudrtiulu." K. JtoKoKin, M.I).,
BC LouI, Mo.
"Toor CMtorU li ccrUlnlythe srealett tm'Aj
lot children I Inmrpf, T know rto oth.r pro.
prhUr pttpuMlun nlilch U II rqm j.'
D. 8. BcawiitTC M. D ,
K.nnu CIlj, JIo.
Children Cry for Flotchor's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
NEW WASH RUCHINGS By the yard, in White and
Cream; also CHIFFON RUCHINGS, in White, Black and
SILK EMBLEMS Stars, Bars, Eagle, and Anchors; in
Bed, White and Blue.
NEW WINDOW DRAPERY Art Etomlne.. Very at
tractive designs and colorings. 25c. yard.
RIBBONS The Moire Antinque; all silk, beautiful
quality; 82 inches wide. 45c. yard. Very-swell for hair
We can- the celebrated DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
BUST SUPPORTERS -In two qualities 30c. and $1.
New LINGERIE DRESSES, new LINGERIE WAISTS,
new LINEN DUST COATS, 'new WASH SKIRTS In
White and Colors.
LADIES' RAIN COATS In Cravesette and Silk, all
fresh, cris- goods.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
has increased our business so that new quarters arc
necessary. The most modern French ideas in construction
. of a hand laundry arc incorporated in our new buildintr.
777 King Street, near Alapai Tel 1491
Special Neckwear Sale for-This
HIGH GRADE SILK FOUR-IN-HAND
Regular 75c. and $1 Goods Sold for OOo,
ALL KINDS OF NEOKTIES AT CUT PRICES
See Oar Window Ditnlay
New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHING SUITS in
Wool and Cotton.
YEE CHAN & CO., .
Cor. King and Bethel
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAWING CO., LTD.
QUEEN ST., NEXT TO INTER ISLAND CO.'S OITIOE
" I in roar Cutorlt tnd dlM lit ate In all
fttnlUc. whero then re rblMrtn."
3. W. DiMDlti, M, nH
'TonrrrtorlltUi rt rrnudr In lh world
for children and thi only una I nao and recom
mend." Aaita V. Bwitusd, M. I) ,
I hare tired roar Cutorta aa a pntatlra In lb.
r..r of children for yttut past with mbtt happjr
cffict, aud fall endono It ai a iafo remedf ,H
J. Abadie, prop.
(Continued from Page 1)
If there was any doubt as to the
power of tho liquor copimlsslon to
regulate that traffic u visit to tho
miotlng of tho board held eslcrday
afternoon to grant licenses for the
coming J ear would havo dispelled tho
Idea In tho minds of tho most skepti
"Jiut glyo us our licenses and we
will do anything you ask," was the
attitude of those saloon keepers who
came up for license renewals, and In
(ho case of thoso turned down last
week nearly all asked for u I clear
ing. Prominent membcic of tho Hawaii
nn bar were present to represent
clients nppljlng for renewal of llccn
sex, probably in nioro than half tho
cases up for consideration a lawyer
appeared for tho applicant.
The board mado It plain that thcru
wero to bo no more rectifiers licenses
Issued and no compounds bold over
the bars'ln this county.
Every applicant who has heretofore
held p. rectifier's license was asked If,
tdiotild ha be granted a ilccnso, he
would refrain from.clllng compounds
oi any xinu and nil unanimously and
unqualified gao their assent to such
a proposition. .
Compounds of any kind were tu
boo with tho board and In the future
all dealers must too tho mark In thlb
respect or loso their licenses
This question of compounds came
up with tho first matter considered
the argument of Attorney Peters In
behalf of Ilorfschlaeger ft. Company
for a renewal of thflr license when
Chairman Cooke asked If It wero not
a fact that this company had Hold
mora Madeira to retailors than the
whole amount which had been Im
ported by all importing houses dur
Ing the year.
Ilorfschlaeger &. Company ncrecxl to
go out of the rectifying business in so
far as It meant compounding, and to
dispose of, the amount of dlstlllatr
now on hand In any uianner tho board
At the rehearing on the. license of
lloffschlaeger & Company an affidavit
by II. Folke was read' stating that tho
company believed there was no ren
son for taking away Hie license and
It wns done without any Intimation
Hint Riieh action wns to ho taken by
K. C. 1'olers appeared In behnlf of
the company nnd addressed the board.
He stated .that he understood the II
cense was taken away on account of
the rectifying business. If the board
would state wlnt was desired of the
company It would be more than glad
lo accede to any rules which might
fho subject of rectifying wns gone
Into by Attorney PetcrB stating the
difference between tho term rectifying
here nnd In the United States, where
niorely straining tho liquor is called
Chairman Oooke stated that It was
Imitation liquor that the board was
against the company put out. From
reliable Information Chairman Cooke
salil that Ilorfschlaeger & Company
hail Bold more-" Madeira themselves
than had been Imported Into the coun
try by all thoso engaged In Import
Ing liquor. Also that Imitation whis
key was made when there wero or
ders for It.
Peters said Ilorfschlaeger & Com
pany wero Importers of pure distil
Into from companies and thnt there
was $5000 worth of this distillate now
on hand nnd asked what should be
done with It. That anything tho board
desired would bo done and that n
lotter to this effect would bo forward
ed to tho board. Tho matter was
taken under advisement.
Application for rehenring of Hop
Illng & Co. said that only wnolcsalo
business was desired, and would sell
no Imitations. Peters appeared for
this company, Hop'sald he would sell
nothing but bottlo goods.
Kwong Chung Lung mado tho same
promises as the last named In rognrd
to wholesale and Imitation goods. Al
so staled that all Imitation goods had
been already gotten rid of.
N. KurlsakI Jind D. Nagatanl had
dono business for six years and had
Bold only pure liquors bought from
reputable, dealers and that C5 per cent
of the patrons of tho saloon wero Jap
anese. Tho saloon Is known us Aala
Saloon at River and JJerctnnla streets.
George A, Davis appeared for thoso
Pattern Hats - $10
ALL OF OUR BEAUTIFUL PAT-
TERN HATS REDUCED TO $10.00
FOR THIS WEEK
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
FORT STREET, NEAR HOTEL
Continued from Page 1)
Tho teuchiln the service In the
Territory as a rule slay with the
Bejvtcc fpr long perlpds, some "of
then) having been here us lung ns
fifteen years HUcJ jnore continuously,
white there ure n large number who
have been continuously employed for
from eight cnrs upward.
It in expected that nl nppolnt
mcntH for tho coming ear will lie
mado within' the next two weeks and
that Micro appointments will no con
firmed by the commissioners of edu
cation at their meeting early In
This meeting will tnkc up the
matter of n better system of super
vision for the schools of tho Terri
tory, and It Is understood that there
will be n supervisor In tho Held con
tlnuouily If the prbtcnt plan goes
Tho Mormon youth has ono advant
age his supply of grandmothers
doesn't run out beforo tho pennant
raco begins to get exciting. Chicago
petitioners and mndo an eloquent
plea for rcgrantlng of this license.
"If jou want to prohibit liquor do It
by statuto, don't use discrimination
against these Japanese v. hen there aro
only four Japancso applicants for ro
(all licenses. I think! that the salo of
Ilieso damnable compounds should be
stopped, and these men are willing to
sell nothing but pure liquors."
E. A. C. Ixng spoko for this com
pany calling attention to tho fact that
I ho business had been conducted for
six years and no complaints had over
been mado against them. That tho
partners could not speak English wan
rumored to have been tho reason for
denial of the license, but this was
not so and one of the men spoko Eng
K. Sasaki In applying for rehearing
was represented by E. A. C. Long. Ho
brought up the point of non-ablllty of
tho applicant .to spenk English -as tho
reason for denial of tho license but
said that for four years ho had bold a
license, had Jo bnd record, and thnt
this wns n new ruling to enforce nt
UooKn Thfro are. tnoro reasons
than this one you give. The mem
bers of Ihii board hnto- visited the sa
loons from-tjmq to time and know
something of, their patrons and the
condlllons of the places.
Craig In response to statement by
Dals thnt no man should bo deprived
of a legitimate business said thnt It
he went into n saloon and 'asked for
O. P. S. whiskey and ho' got something
pise In a bottle labeled O. P. S. that
It wns not n legitimate business.
There being no other applications
for rehearing the lxaril considered
now applications. In on or two In
stances the license Inspector had re
ported unfavorably upon certain prem
ises but tho only protest muds for
granting a license was In the case of
M'. Nakamura ut Kahuku and tchlharn
at Wulalua. In the II rut case there
wus n petition signed by $4 out of the
134 reglstcicd llnwulluu voters ugulnst
the renewal of the license stating thnt
Nakamura hustled out for buslnus4
and peddled vile stuff. Tho protest
against Ichlhara was signed by real
estate owners within 1,000 feet of tho
saloon premises only.
For nearly all the applicants some
one appeared If they wero not able to
appear In person and thoso who held
rectifiers licenses nil agreed uiion be
ing asked by tho board that they would
uot handle any compounds' of any des
cription. Severn! of tho Japaneso applicants
who had run 'saloons as a side Issue
to other work said that In tho future
they would dcyoto their entire time
to tho saloons and see'that they were
conducted In a manner that could
leave nothing to be desired by the
Ono said (hat there was a great
responsibility upon the licensees nt
tho urcscnt singe of tho liquor con
trovcrsy and thnt It behooved then!
all to follow out to the letter the
meaning of tho law.
After hearing all tho applications
and giving nnyono a chanco to pro
test ngnlnst tho granting of a license
to nny of the applicants tho bonrd
went Into executive session to -vote
on the applications presented.
Another Pair if
Yours Don't Wear
THAT'S what happens if WUNDERHOSE should
fail. They are WARRANTED TO WEAR THREE
MONTHS without darning. They are made of the
softest, most elastic wearable yarn ever woven into
socks- The combined strength of WUNDERHOSE
thread is hard to overcome by even strenuous wear.
The toes, heels, and soles are reinforced with linen
thread. They come in light weights in all the new
shades and tan and black.
$1 per box of four pairs
GOOD FOR THB APPETITE
Everybody knows tbat Calamus Root. Gentian Root and
Angnstura Bark are excellent tonics very bcnefliial to
They arc all contained in BITTERMEAD in just the
right proportions to make "Good Digestion Wait on Appe
tite and Health on Both." " "
The taste is odd-
5c. In Bottles 5c.
SOLD BY ALL. DEALERS
Kycroffs Fountain Soda Works,
AT YUDNli TONIGHT
This evening Is tho date set for
Mrs. aunn'rf funcy dancing exhibition
at tho Alexnnder Young Hotel. Af(or
tho graceful dances by pupils of Mrs.
Ounn (here will bo dancing for the
Following Is the program:
1. Polka Caprice, ,
2. Butterfly Polkn,
Deutrleo I.ucns. "L
.3. Ilusslan Bnlon Danco,
t Cotheilno Wall, Ilernlco '.Tncger,
Bertha Harris, Helen Morgan,
Kulaiuanil McWnync, Iwnlanl
3. Bong and Dance "I am a Gypsy"
Adeline Aflaque, Upjf Aflaquo,
0. Scarf Dance,
Violet l.ucaB, Kdenn VJInler, Car ,
ol lw, Margaret McCarthy,
fl MxfW1Mf Ml
rtiiiur mil miuu
not bitter, but bitter-sweet and agree-
How do you do?
Japanese l.ovc Bong,
Adeline Afl.iquo, I.ucy Aflaque.
Pink Hoses: Kutamanu McWayne,
Alma Ferguson, Kdlth Morton.
Yellow Roses: Thelma Llndley,
Alvlnn nioni, Agues Scliurmanii,
Ited Hoses: Nlnoim Wallace,
Gladys Kruger, Thelma Auer
bach, Beautiful Venice,
A man thinks it is all right for n
woman to ronflda in him nnd all
wrong for her to confide In nny other
Best by test
Ask your. Grocer for it
WE USE i
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
'THE POND DAIRY.
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 101b. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Berchant St. i
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Cream Pure Rye
J L0VEJ0Y AND CO..
' All the Go
"BULL" GINOER ALE
RYCR0ITS FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
1 Phnnn SIR
For Rent" cards on tale fit
the (ltillrtin otflrr.