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EVENING nUU-nTlN, HONOLULU. T It., TUESDAY, JULY 20. 1910,
for Infants and Children,
Don't Poison Baby.
pOUTV YKAItS ACJO almost every mother thought her tlill.l mmt have
pnrcoorlc or laudanum to mala It sleep. These drills will produce sleep
and nfi'tv drops too ninny will produce tliu sl.vp from uiilrli tlirru I
no -ivnUlng. Jlany nro tlio children who have boon killed or whose health Imi
been ruined lorlifo by jiarcgorlc, lauilanum and morphine, each of whlih Is a
nnrcotl" product of opium, Druggists nro prohibited from selling either of the
narcotic named to children nt all, or to anybody, without labeling them
"poivm." Tim ilennltion of "narcotic" Is: "Ameillclne tehich relieve! pain
ami pmlueet tier?, but trhlch In jvimnoui dmt prwlucea ttiijmr, coma, convul
fioni anil death." The. taste anil smell of medicines containing opium are ills,
gtiiscd, and sold under the names of "Drop," "Cordiali," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You should not permit any medicino to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It Is composed. Custorlii does not ton.
signature of WiaSyX
"IhTe frrqwmlj pnarriM raatorta for con
moo aumeuta of ctUldn n Willi k1 tcultn."
V. A. CmnDiLL, D
Buffalo, N. Y.
"At ld faitirr of Ihlfimi thl'itrrn I errutnlr
know K.mrlhlnc alxiit jour mat nmlUlM and.
M from tnj imn fnmilj HHtli-ncr, I liac,ln
my Jfara of rarlltf, foriml Ca.lorla a popular ami
rfflcltnt rrmetlf In almost evrj homr."
W, J, McOrisn, M I ,
Children Cry for
in Use For Over 30
IT LIKE TREATY
Ambassador Inouyc Here
On Way To
"The present treaty between tlio
Japanese and United States govern
ments is one-sided. We, the Japan
ese, do not set as much privileges as
the United Stutes citizens. We
would Jlko to havo the new treaty
framed In such a way, as to Rite
us ennui rights and privileges."
Ills Imperial Japanese Majesty's
Special Ambassador K. Iiiouje. who
arrived In the Hongkong Muni yes
terday, made the above statement
when Interviewed on board tlio liner
by a II u.1 1 e 1 1 n lepreseutntlvo.
lie was willing to answer all the
questions-proouuded nt him.
The nmhassador, in the course of
IiIh Interview, stated that the Impo
I hit Japanese (iovernment was pre'
paring a new treaty, which. If
agreeable to the United Slates (Iov
ernment, would be most acceptable
lo the Japanese, subjects.
"The present treaty, which, ac
coidlng to our government, will ter
minute next July," said the amhas
bailor, "Is not quite fair. It is more
to the Interests of tlio Americans
than tlio Japanese."
When asked to explain he said:
"I mean by It that the Japanese
shipping Interests are not treated, as
fairly as those of the American
ships. The Ameilcuu ships can do
business, suih ns currying passengers
and freight between two Japanese
ports, while the Japanese liners are
prevented from enjoying the same
prl liege In America.
"Tills is not fair, and It is iletri'
menial to our shipping Interests.
When the present treaty expires next
July, we shall endeavor to havo tlio
United States Government lecognlzc
our commercial and shipping Inter
ests, ro that the two governments
would be mutually hcnclltcd by It.
The tariff Interests nro other
matters which uro vitally Important!
They should bo adjusted In" such H
wuy as to bo commercially beneficial
to both countries. The United .States
Government claims that the present
treaty wl) expire In two joars from
Juy next, while the' Japanese Ouv-
ernment thinks It wJll tormlnato and
expire jiexi July ' This isjViltbi.n
difference anil It Is, being lueiprqted
diplomatically now by' the re'presch.
tatlves of the. two governments of
the United States and Japan.
"In settling this Important ques
tion, our diplomats are considering
the matter carefully and amicably.
It Is .our desire to settle (ho differ
ent es as quietly nnd agreeable ns
possible. We rcallzo that tho Unit
ed Stales Government has done much
towards our commercial progress."
"How about the further Immigra
tion of Japanese Into these Islands?"
he was asked.
"Well," said the ambassador, "the
Japaneso Government Is more In
clined to send her subjects to Man-
liurla than to any other country.
"There mo inoro hinds to be ile-
I and j-onr Cartoria la mj brncnclal In tha
treatment of ctllJrtu'a allmtnt, "
r. u-Ti., m. d ,
"I ofcjTt In what are rallrd falrnt tm-dlelnra,
whrro malar alone anon wti-itatuff la pnl la Ihcoi,
but I know the formula nf your Caalorla an adrUo
IUnlnTo-rca-r. IJn.llttn Ua nrf tuo
f ul, aj well a barmlcM famll mi-dlclnc."
N. I), turn, JI. D,
UrooUjn, N. T.
jvcloped thero and In all tho sur
rounding regions which will bo of
more Interest to Japan than In tho
United Stntes or any other lands. The
Immigrants will bo Bent there more
I abundantly than to any other part
of the world. There Is plenty to
do there that will keep the Japanese
busy for some time to come."
Ambassador Inouye is one of the
shrewdest diplomats In the Imperial
diplomatic service He served his
government ably ns ambassador In
Herlln, Germany, nnd other rbun
tries, lie wns educated In the Lon
don University about thlr(y jcars
ago, and residing In England about
Having upcclal confidence in him,
the Kmperor of Japan commissioned
III III a special ambassador to be pres
ent at the celebration of tho Inde
pendence of the Argentine Republic,
Which takes place September 10.
The ambassador Is nc-ompanled by
Captain K. Moriynma and Colonel I.
Watannbe, respectively navy nnd
army attaches. Included In his party,
aside from the attaches, nre jlaron
8. Orakl, Secretary K. Tanabe, T.
Aokl, T. Soeda and K. Sasaki.
Inouyo said that the Japanese
training squadron will probably ar
rive In December, bearing the nnval
cadels who graduated from the navnl
college. The ships will be in com
mand of Admiral YnBhlro, who Was
naval, attache under him while ho
(Inoii)e) was Japanese ambassador
The ambassador wns met off port
by ConstiUieneral Ujeno nnd Secre
taries Sulglmoto and Ito of the con
sulate, Mr. Akal, manager of the
local branch of the Yokohama Specie
Hank, also went out In the launch.
SeTelaVy Sulglmoto of the consulate
served under Ambassador Inouje In
the Foreign Office.
When tho ambassnilarlal party
canto ashore they were Immediately
uinvejed around town to see points
FOR TELLING UNTIUJTH
Pint Instance in Many Years at
. WKST. POINT, July J.-.TI10 Piss
Ideilt has approved the'-seh'teliee of a
fourt m'aitjnl wjhlchij-econimqiuled the
(llSlMlcflnl nt florin! lliltv..,..! n- 1 !..
H!f of'the third class, iwhoT'was f-
-..f i,,..:i4 iw,,iuuivii H ime state
ment (o.Captalu, torton . Smith,
Twentieth United States Infantry, the
senior Instructor of Infantry tactics
nt West Point Ho had denied own
ing n suit of civilian clothes found
In his locker. Ills suspension follow
ed closely that of B, C. Crear, who
wns caught chewing gum and Uen
denied having It. Hoy kin came from
Virginia and Crear from Albany,
This Is the first time In a great
many jtfarB that a cadet has been
dismissed from West Point for tell
lug an untruth, and tho authorities
feel keenly the dlsgiace that has so
suddenly terminated the in my careers
of two unusually bright jnung men.
1 ! DISCUSSION
IIII.O. Hawaii, July 22. The Hllo
IloHirl of Trade last week went on
leiord ns favoring tho method of con
stiucllou nt present employed In
building tha breakwater win 11 tho
new appropriation of 1200,000 Is
spent. II believes that If this Is done
Hllo will have the benefit of the
structure, and lis protection lo tho
waters of tho harbor, sooi.tr than If
, its a
the plan which Is suggested by the
Federal engineers, namely that of
building' merelv a sub-structure for
tho new $200,000, Is followed out.
The Hoard will take decisive steps"
to get a hearing It will c-ill on tlic,
Chamber of Commerce nnd Mcr-
chants' Association of Honolulu for
their nsslslunco In the matter, and
will also address Delegate Kuhlo, Sec
retary McClcllau, Judge 'Hatch, tho
members of last ear's Congressional
party and such other persons as may
be of assistance.
Tills decision was arrived at n spe
cial meeting of tho Hoard held last
Chairman Hlchnrds called 011 Con
tractor Mtzgcr to explain tho propos
ed change of plans,
Mctzgcr called attention to the ar
ticles which appeared In tho Trlbuno
recently, explaining how 'the plans
for building tho breakwater had been
changed, and quoting Major Wlnslow
In tegard to the sending of tho plans
nnd specifications Involving tho uso of
tho new appropriation to Washington
In the near future. Thu plan wns
evidently to build only a sub-striictiiro
at present, nut leaching tho surfaco
of the sea. Major Wlnslow In cones
ponding with Metzger had confirmed
this. Metzger thought the substruc
ture plan wns detrimental for several!
H'awns, 1( would bo longer tlmo be
fore protection was afforded. It wns
Impossible to oay when another ap
propriation would bo made. None
could bo expected beforo 1912, and
at tho rato the work was going on
under the present contrnrt. It would
bo finished by tho end of tho yenr.
Ho also thought that ho would bo
able to piovo that for economic rea
sons It was bettor that no chnngo bo
made In the method of construction
"What reason docs Major Wlnslow
give for the change?" asked Lindsay.
Ho gives u number of minor rea
sons," answered Metzger. It was ar
gued that tho breakwater could be
built more quickly In tho end for tho
reason that tho present contract did
not expire beforo about July 1, and
If tho present contractor took nil the
time allowed him, a subsequent con
tractor would ho held up If ho used
the samo methods of construction.
Hut Mctzgcr would finish his work on
the present contract by the end of
tho year. If ho kept up nt tho rnto
ho had hern going, and even If forty
per cent wero (Uncounted as an allow
ance for storms and nccldents, ho
would finish In Mnrch, nnd that would
he beforo work could possibly be be
gun under a now contract.
Here Metzger gave an outline of
the red tnpn Involved, and showed
that It would ho nt least six months
after the bids, had been advertised
beforo the conlrnctor could go to
woik. If a contractor had to get tow
boats, llghrsrs, machinery, te., ns
would be required In Lulldlng a sub
structure only, it would tnko him at
least ninety days to get his machin
Wlnslovv's othor nrgiimeut had been
in reference to tho settlement of tho
brcukwnter, This hud been taken
care of by the government engineers
so (ar, but tho breakwater was now
going nut Into deeper water, and ho
did not know If the engineers then
could tako care thereof. In thu past
the bieakvvater had settled; that was
when the character of tho bottom had
not been known by means of borings
ns It was now. Horlngs had now been
made and allowance made on 22 Inches,
which had lieu nfoiind quite adequate.
Metzger argued that In laying tho
sub-Btructuro eight feet high and
about twelve feet below tho surface
of the water, tho mass of rock would
show no perceptible settlement, ex
cept by the Impact of tho laying of
tho rock. It would not sottlo much
until it felt tho weight of the ntmos-
pherlc pressuio on tho siiper-struc-turo
and tho weight of tho big crane.
While thero might ho sumo settle
ment In tho future, It could bo tnken
care of as well under tho present
method, and It would havo to bo tak
en caro of at any rate whon the super
rtructuro wns built
Chairman Itlchaids said that ns he
understood It the question was wheth
er tho Hoard would faor using Uio
present method right along.) getting
protection from n completed struc
ture as It was built, or whether It
favored the building of a sub-struc-jure
only. Personally ho must Bay
that ho favored getting pro'.oction tij
soon ns possible and In complete tho
breakwater lis the woik wont -along
by continuing tho present method.
"That seems lo bo the most feasible
plan," said Lindsay.
Scott pointed out that unless the
method employed by Me.zger was M- "hM " . "h" .7 ha uz a
in T !n,"' 'ut,!r0,B,,'r0teCtlT:'ono' " '" "ot know
afforded by the broakwator would , ,r ,, ,. .
stop nt 2000 feet, whoro his contract
ended, nt least until nnother nppro
pi hit Ion was obtained, nnd that might
luko Bovorul j ears.
PINK PILLS HELPED
FROM THE FIRST
Parents ot Qlrls Approaching
Womanhood Should Consider
the Treatment Which Re
stored This California
Woman to Health.
When thu soiitig girl ilcvclnfi Into wo-
msnhooil then I alwajs tho ilanprr of a
general breakdown unlesi the blood
pure anil red. Tliii N especially true II
she uvcnIU'lii' or overworks.
It ll a iI.iiiv.it, however, that can Ik)
rslly neitiil if the warning symptoms
of iiiiMiverihiil blood arc promptly lieeil-
.'A, i ,. " IT. El. V?:V
im rv uiiiiiiliv'ii nini rnoiiniM vi llivnill
aroenmeof tlo symptom w lib bean
not Isv mi-takiu. To eimire healthful
development slon nmt Ikv taken at once
I to lnill up the blood, vvheiicver the-e
ffES ''?. hrTS
jjr. .Willirtiu-- link fills are tlio U-st
medicine for llifa purpoo. They ro a
certain hlool builder ami streiigtlien and
give health to the entire Innfr.
Mrs. W M. I.vim, of No. 71!) Klume
street, ('biro, Till , tells of her cum by
Dr. William"' l'ink 1'illi tn she hojica
that other siilfering women will Is) led by
her stiiteiui'iit to give this remedy a trial.
"When I wmlii my wventit'iilli year,"
shosa)s, "I Invnn to miller from weak
ness common to my set. I had never
lieen very strong ami now seemed to
break down completely. I hnd head
aches every day. My back at bed a great
deal, i pale ami thin and didn't
have ambition 10 do snj thing. I would
lie around mo-t of tho time.
"My homo win in Orland and I wa
treated by n .'oitur for about twoniontlii.
He did not help Inn nt all and I gave up
his treatment to try Dr. Williams' link
Pills. They helped mi' from tlio Hint and
a few boxes entliily cured me. 1 havo
been well ever since "
Parents of girls who go Into decline. a
they reaih tlio period of development
should not neglect the llrst warning symp
toms for the whole, future health of tlio
child depend upon the way in which
she pxw3 this critical time. Nature
needs help in moit raei ami the tonic
treatment with Dr. Williams' l'ink Pills
is the mnt ellicient that can be given.
If you desire full Information about
this treatment, writo for A copy of our
free booklet, "Plain Talks to Women."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
druggists,, or will lie sent, potpaiif, on
receipt of price, 60 cents per Ikixj six
boxei for Vi.W, by tho Dr. Williams
Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
"We want protection as soon us
possible), nnd we will not get that If
200,000 worth of rock Is dumped Into
tho ocean," said McKay.
He moved that It was the sense of
tho Hoard that tho present method
of construction bo followed out, nnd
inai ino appropriations for the break'
walcr bd Bpent right along on a coin'
pliled structure. AImi. thnt tho Cham.
her of Commerce and Merchants' As
sociation bo nsked to nsslBt, This
scolt suggested that tho Delegate
and tho Congressmen who visited
I!lo last eur bo nsked to help. After
some .discussion as to whoso iild
might bo called on further, McKay
stated thnt the Inter-Island Company
would do what It could to havo a fin
ished bienkwaler built, nnd It wns
decided to wrlto to Judgo Hatch, Del
egato Kalatilannnlc, Secretary Mc
Clellan, as well as othcra who the
secretary thought might lend their
HILO, July 22. School Commis
sioner John T. Molr Is of tho uplnlqn
mat wniio inu new system of school
supervision Inaugurated ut tho recent
meeting of tho Hoard of Commission
crs, will result in tho advancement
of tho public schools In tho Islands'
that It should bo curried still further
and bo supplemented with a system
or examinations, ono tho results or
which tho pay of tho principals of
ino various schools might bo based.
The principal of it school making u
goou snowing would thus bo paid
more than tho head of u school whero
tlio scholars showed up lioorly, and
In tills manner the pedagogues would
havo ovory Incentive to do their very
uest. vvnilo tlio scholars would reap
"I think that the system of super
vising principals which wo Btarted Is
o step In tho right dliectlon," said
.Mr Molr last vvouk. "However. I
think that wo might go still further
by means of n sjfetem of examina
tions. Whero I was brought up the
schism inspector came nroiiml onco
or twice n year, and ho guvo each
pupil n set of questions to nnsvvcr
Theso cuidB ho look vvlth him, and
when they hnd hesn corrected nnd
tho percentages had been worked out.
the cards gave a pretty good showing
in blacK and whlto of Ihe standing
of the school, and while the assist
ant teachers wero paid fixed salaries.
the salaries of tho principals wore
based on the' showing made nt these
"At tlio meeting of the commission,
ors I spoke In favor of this plan, nnd
I hope thnt some day somo such mo
Ihod may be adopted here. Hereto
:- "- " "i""
on a school than one did hefoio spo
j3Br"Por Bnlo" cards ut Hulletln...
HILO JAIL FARE
IIII.O. Ilnwnll, July 22. IT yon over
happen to hu locked 11(1 In the Hllo
Jn I and Mill dollt like Dm unv vim
!nre being treat. d. wrltu no letters to
the newspapers about It whatever you
If John Kalua hod known this ho
would have avoided' ''tnucn ' trVmlifc.
This gentleman was committed
for contempt of court Jiy Judgo Mat
Ihovvman nt Kalluj some time ago,
for falling to answer -n hunnnons to
nppear ns a witness, ami ns ho could
not put up hall In tho sum of $100,
he wns held In tho Hllo Jul).
It iipienrs that Kalua did not like
the wav In which Jailor Muby ran his
hotel, and thnt he ventured to criti
cize It In the Malanialnmu, the local
Hnv.'iillan Democratic newspaper. Tho
consequence wns that last Thursday
Mnby svvoro to a complaint 'against
Kalua, charging him with criminal
"Mr. IMItur nf tlio newspaper Ihe
Klluhnnn o ku Mnlamnlama. Will )ou
kindly allow mo spaco on onr deck
to put In these precious freights be
longing to Hllo pilioncis. I lore nro
"July 1 n Japanese Was Veslrnlhed
for tho offenso ot larceny, nnd he wns
not locked up in (he piisoner's room,
hut was made lo sleep In thu room
for the guards of this Jail.1, July 2
was tried nnd suutcuced to l! months,
nnd still, ho was nut placed In other
rooms. Ho Is still In the samo posi
tion, lip la not dressed In prison suit
until this date. Thcicfnro It Is tip to
you lawmakers to consider this one
sided affair that the Jailor Mnby Is
doing, Aro they right according to
your opinion. Citizens lo:ik nt this.
"To j on Sam Pun. Sheriff of the
County and tho Donrd of Supervisors
of tho County Klwlnl, Klmo Lul, N.
Lalmann, Klptmann. Knlalvvna, Akntil.
Knnlanla. You look at this kind of
work of tho Jailor. I0 pounds flesh
and bono mixed will be Biiulclcnt for
3 days, to cat, and tho othor 25
pounds of beef put nwny for them
(inkou ma), 10 cents rubbago In tho
morning, nnd leaves near tho dirt
nnd carrot peals aro put In tho pot
for tho prisoners to cnt nnd ono gal
lon of milk. Do not seo these things
nnd this (pal hua puklnl) lumpy pol,
wo cannot havo patience. Presum
ing that this is right according In
our opinion under tho Icadeishlp ot
This will be in charge of an expert who has
taken the full course in the factories of these
companies. His work is guaranteed by the
manufacturers and the Waterhouse Company.
Queen Street near Nuuanu Street
and First Floor Judd Building
"To you my blood and my bono
and my birth, look nt this from Hn
wall lo Nllhaii this cruel treatment
of these people (Ichulchti ) Hccf nro
not wnshed and put In tho pot, samo
Willi tho cnbhago, not washed, mid
onions and Chinese cabbage, they nro
so dry nnd only fit for hogs to eat(
cntoi pillars In tho leaves of Ihcro cab.
bag's, still, they weio looked for tho
prlsonc-8 to oil. My comclenco on
this kind of work of this Jnllor Is not
In harmony with hunter of news opin
ion, tlioio people heio hnvo been
cruelly treated. Meat of codfish
(pnkullao) are not washed, sniuo with
salmon, nut washed nnd cooked tho
samo wa Woe, tho prisoners nre
In such trouble! plllkla) on account
of Ibis kind of work ot tho Jnllor
by wasting County money
"Hero I nnother opinion of mine
to mii all lawmakers of Ihe County
of Hawaii, look nt this icqucst to Uio
Hoard of Supervisors lo Increase his
monthly salary so that his extrenuoin
trouble Je met nnd his going to the
moving picture shows mid tho hoard
bill is sufficiently paid by the County
To ou citizens, look nt this man
wasting tho County money. Itediict
Ihe ptlsuncrs nnd Incrcaso on his
This all with humble,
July !, 1010.
All this, says tho complaint, tends
to Injure tho fnino, reputation mid
good nnmo of tho nninnt nnd to bring
him Into disgrace, abhorrence, odium,
Tho caso came up beforo District
Maglstrato Swain last Thursday
morning, but wns continued for two
weeks owing to tha fact that Kalua
would he unavoidably absent. Ho was
going to Kiillun In face n charge of
contempt of couit hefoio Judgo Mat
thowman. Hven a charltablo pugilist Is sure to
A Skin or Beauly is a Joy Forevei
rR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
lJ CREAM OR MAGICAL BCAUTIflER
Rcr.nra Tn. rimw
Mtcklm, Mull! lalch,
Ilb. n1 MlId In ,
duilonil Ihf tMi
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Mf rf ttj- bunt
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tit ft'l htrmful ! ftil h
n tinwifiraltotia lif aala h all rtntarariaiai aij1 V
'filT.HOPUnFrrD 3GtcttJ.nei Sirctt XnTr
JTT f " A-
AX Jl) Jkfl
llnurnit ! Pitti
the opening of a department for
the repair of
and satisfactory attention
will bo given all work
(Special Corrc nil '.on e j i
1111.0, Ilnwnll, Ju 22. The mat
tor of making nrrnti nents so n i lo
lunko the nppruprlat.uU of f 2CC.00U
for tho Hllo Federal building avail
ahlo was taken up by tho Hoard of
Trudo at a meeting jesterduy nftcr
noon, nml an excellent plan was out
lined, whl -li, If followed, should ro
suit lii llllo's having a fine public
building In the near future. y
Sccrctnry McKay lead tho text of
tho hill, which provides for the
pending of $200,000 on the build
ing, provided thnt n street Is built
through the middle of tho block
bounded by Ilrldgc, Wnlnnuenuo nnd
Pitman streets nml the river, tho
Bttcct to riih from Wulanucmio street
to the river beginning at about tho
plnco whore Firemen's Hull now Is.
The hill nlso provides thnt the part
of tho lot uiaknl ot this proposed
stieet, which Is not Included In tho
land sold to the Masonic Association,
sholl revert to tho Territory.
The main stumhltngblock at prcs-'
out lies In tho fnct that Mr. Sever
ance has n lease of tho maitkn part
of the Federal building site, and this
lente will hnvo to bo canceled beforo
any building can bo done. President
Itlchnrds reported that he had seen
Severance, who hnd said that ho
would not stand In the way, nnd that' -t
ho was willing to glvo up his lc',;8
on being- paid for tho sumo. IllcH
nrds suggested that the lower portion
of tho lot, which had now rovcrtcu
lo the Territory., might bo sold nml
the money thus derived could bo
cpont on the purchase of the Sever
ance lenso nnd on the building of Inn
proposed road. Severance had said
that he would give n definite llguro
If ho wore addressed by the board or
If n committee were nppolntcd to In
After some discussion Involving
the best steps to bo taken to carry
out theso suggestions,' It wns decided
that n committee should ho appoint
ed, with thu chairman us ono mem.
her. which should seo Mr. Severance,
mid also address tha proper authori
ties, suggesting tho buIq of enough
of tho Territory's portion of tho lot
lo pay Severance nml to build the
street. Messrs, Scott, Lindsay mm
Illcluirils wero appointed on the com