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EVKN1NO IUM.I.ETIN. HONOI.rM). T II., TUUSDAY, 8I3PT. 20, 1910.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.,
COUTV YIJAItS Al almost every motlicr thought htr tlilM must have
lmrrgorlc (ir laudanum to luako It nlo p. These drugs will prodm n strep,
nnd n feu-drops too ninny will produt-o tho l?cp from wtilcli tlicre l
110 wnUlnc. Many aro the children wlio Imc been killed or whoso li.-allli li.v
been ruined forllfu by paregoric, laudanum anil morphine, each of wlilili Is a
narcoti" product of opium. Druggists nro proliililU'il from selling either of the
narrotit'i naiiinl to children nt all, or to anybody w '.limit labeling tlicm
"poNun." Tlio iN'tlnlUon of "narcotic" In: " A m&IMne tehtch rellem iutn
ami jirotlnn $tccp, biittrjiichlnjioliiononitioiea jirviluecs atujmr, coma, conviif
lions unit lUnth." , Tin titslo and smell of medicines containing opium am dis
guised, und sold under tlio names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Hootlilnp Hyrupi."
tic Yoiishoulilnolpcr.nltuny 1110 llclno to bo given to your children without
ynuoryour pliynld.tul.now of what It Is composed, t'nuturlu rtuet not con
signal tiro of wGarv5f -CccAiC CiiNtftrlu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"1 htf frriitliti ntrrllml Cm thrift fur cum
tumi alJwritt b( cMUt u 'Ah koo t uullt .
,V. A. CjuhuUi., M. 1)
j;uitIo, n. Y.
Ai tta ffttW pf tfrtfircn rMi.Tn I rcrlfllr.l
know hum thing fcUmt fuut it himIMiomiU,
rlilo from 1117 mm f ml! j rpilr, I tcno, tn
mjr jtittvt 1 ractUti, found Cilirli a )uhr ktA
tDUUutUOK'iJy lit blmtttmrry tin
V. J. MiCmami, X 1,
" On! tt TUb.
1 And your Castoria ! vrrr U-DfflcUl In Ut
trciUutiil vt iUldreu1! fcilWiiU
F. lvia, M. D (
"I ohjf I to hi$ lira rallrq jxltnt milflnen,
h litre irMlttVirfniie Lamm m lutRtuff U mt tmbrni,
tul 1 kiinw tlififoniiuUof )imraUirtbi)i1 ftJtlia
lt4irln pTPjurcM. I Jnil tt t ! a vcr law
ful, it well m harrnkw f iiii.l mrOlclnr '
N. II. fusH, M.D ,
TELLS OF HIS
(Continued on Pae 8.
oho time 1 saw the poll o In an au
tomobile passing the; I simply wait-
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHCR.
..rSi. Jrr Ji Skin of Beamy is a J?y ForBvei
troubling lilm u mil deal and lis
uppcjts to bo not fc'iiry tliht ho la
back where food md tdiekei nro to
be found easily rnoiun,
fl'rare claims that hn spent nil Ills '
time whilst nt liberty, up In the feJJj
hllH. He savs that for a month or (r5
ro hn slept In the opcnoh tlie sfde J
of the mountains behind the city. Ho Zl
did that fo as to be able to have al ,
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ril'iir jirTjixuiib lur uiijuiiu -i) iiu iiugiib
npproaeh li I in.
lie alro stated Hint he never stole
n nickers worth of any food from
Ace rift" ww'?
Ilt of Hmllat
nm. Pr, L
hrrt s 1 ti ft
Ul? pf Ibt k At
Itfl t lAtittl
Tnit twl u
U1 on tt j
It . . .. tk l.rf l.nihAil . f ail ll.r
nlonB. I Rot a lot of my Information ,,, lmvnB 1)00n nt motent hoaKO!l gJT.Vi: ivIiS!f i-KSSKVl3,,k" I
c'd In n dart; spot till they wont nntjoil. nntl lhat nil the tales of..,
in ,rr e&i
1 J . -M
m Tmi. rinv.1,
M, M-itll 1 vicl-i-
Mil Mia l ,
ni vrr b rN.i
n t.ly ii1iU
)iftt.ini lli Urt
1 Al tr-111, Itad
l t Ktni-ltM w
by ovcrhcarlnu the ihjIIcp talk nboiit
what they were roIiir to do next."
Thnt Qrace Is 1)Iiir In this re
spect Is the bellcl of most people;
UXT.HOP(l Fi'D 3l'iuU.ni S!iui KtwV
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
hi Use Per Over 30 Years.
Htlll, the police nro Inclined to
think that Orncc w.ir In constant ; ., , ,.,, ,,n
....... .....i. .... ..-... .-..'wards with Sheriff Jarrctt, Kellclt
"'-" 1 . . r IUU II vri.H .1. n Mi-Km iiiviius inn. . -r-r...m- ....., ...
the neKro tells .s many stories to, Uin, hp , fo0(, from thom ,, and SPD. ffle onMoard.
different people thnt no one knows fcw WPe.K, nR0. Tn0 ra(, tna't WMI Chief Mc Duffle was seen in regard
what to beiiove. lnnu, rn suspicion, houso In 'which! lo ,t,,n1 n,BM'r' "Bdn hJ ,"'e'1 "'"
Followed Police. ' orare's friends wero supposed to bo "" n"7",n, nM"" K ...m
Asked ..s to whether hcsRot the lflc fo,, for hlm nm, the-arrest of lo",0 " " i;nttlon rang him up
lit. Ho tin reBula-ly, Ornco .turn- of lllro(, MBr0M ho ,laU ,,een nnd said that he would like tseo
mered out that ho heard most of tho olr,,P(1 for pom0 tm m have him about some prlvnlamntter Olid,
news by following the police .round. 8rnrP(1 0rnre nway ,0 lhB glllch ,n would not speak about te matter
Old.papers wero picked up occasion- whIfl ,,0 waB iutfi ve,leri)a,., vor the telephone: McDuffle nc
ally, nnd as ho must have had under- ... .., p , cordlngly. Jumped Into an nutomo-
ground sources of Information, ho ,,, , qi ,Hr' , . ., ,, . ' aml wcnt Uown t0 u, ,,ant:l
Wfl, rettv well i.led In recard to' .."'?. """"K J" 'I'""Ji"i tlon. Upon nrrlvnl there ho found
ih. inri. n,n. V,. ltL L.t ,,.. over me capture, an., ..bji.,,,,, ,t was al)0ut 0rnce thnt Cllbb
,,-, lini I " ' R00''." ".aV U' P1""".'.1"1.'" wished to Bpeak.-rhc chief nt
- - aii it "I'niiii n wnrn iinrniv i n in
"I was laid up for four weeks." . m'nlu.P of (,,. cscae.. ,,,,
ntltinn.l flrnnfi Itrlian a el Ail tH1 Vil.l ' . L . ' 2 ...
continued (irnco when asked td'te- t)ie b!i .alllrf thls morning."'
late hlfl ndventurca while free, "nntl' n. n, . ,., . ,. ,,,
I had n terrible tlmo of It. I had
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...iiiunK out KimY.B,.H. si.K . ...., , ,mv( () Mnl ne Rimr(,
to eat nnil 1 ix-ciiiuu very mm, .
,was not to blame for tho getiway,
nnd If ieopln would only rcnllzo thnt
Thone 2100 AUTO TALLl&BCOS rhonc 21G0
leave vTrojnoticn Ro.ms, Young BuildinR
10:30 A. M.
OHAnOE PER PASSENOER, $1.C0
3 P. M.
ritx5 rr 1
imwMy iainty ana
had to perform nn operntlon on my.
telf after eating somo nuts that I
took ns a medicine. Sly stomach Is
dead from tho navel down 1 havo
no feeling there."
When tlio reporter Inquired as to
where he was living when lie nccost
rd a luua of Honolulu plantation nnd
nsked for food, Hrnco replied: "I
worked my waj- nround tho hills nnd
gul lies till I struck Halawn gulch,
nnd then I wnlkt'd right up to where
tho tilnncl for water Is. 1 saw a
house and 1 thanked (5ml that there
might bo shelter there from the cold
nnd rain. I was seared nt first to
go near the place, but, Inch by inch,
I crept up througlf tho bushes nnd
then I saw the linuso door .was open.
I waited a long time nnd then went
up to the door, and when I saw there
was no one In the plnco I thanked
"I wns craving for romcthlng salty
, nnd had had no salt for months. Tho
mill mat i nio maun mo want gait,
and when, In sllc tho house, 1 found
Thai iust describes our new
Oxford styles in Women's Renal
Shoes. No ollief re.irlv.tn-wrnr line.t
for women have their trim, graceful lines.
embody every latest fashion-feature of the moit cxpen-'
sive custom models now being wotn in New Yoik and
other fashion-centres. These RcmI stiles nlso site
you me perlecttitantlcomlortol matle-to-measurc
noes because ihey arc made in tjuarler-iizei.
REOAI SHOE STORE
XiitB and Bethel
chnrgo of a big gang of prisoners,
they would not talk' so much. Bay
one of my, guards misses a prisoner;
what can the guard do? He can not
leave tlio gang nnd go searching for
tho missing in an: If ho did so tho
rest of tho convicts would break
away for sure. In tho old days wo
used to havo three guards standing
around n gang working In n quarry,
and each guard had a shotgun, Now.
ndnys, we nro up against It, with so
few guards nnd tho prisoners work
ing In tho open."
As regards tho nctunl capturo of
(Irnce, Sheriff Henry btatcs that ho
first got tho tip thnt the wanted man
was nt Hnlntvn gulch, from Harry
Dculson '"U. wila early In tho nft
cruoon that I heard that draco had
been seen In tho gulch, and I at
onco nrrnnged for Woods, Jnller I.n
nlilwa nnd myself to go down In
Wn proceeded up tho gul h, one
lini tlm nllini1 nt tntitrvnla .if
l.llll ,., ,J,J .v ..,....-., ., - -
n barrel which had some Japanese about tw
salt stuff In It. I thanked Clod for It.
thero for u long time. Then I was.i
so hungry that 1 asked n luna to
give mo food, nnd ho told me thnt
the, otliPiT. at
vepty foet. V
oods wns In
tho lead, enmc next nnd l.unhlwa
There wero eo:no old clothes nndri last. After u fairly long walk
blankets In the house, and 1 stayed! wo saw (In
race's head appear between
some bushes. at onco called on
hlm to surrender, but ho darted nway
Into somo long grass nnd rocks. Wo
there were lomo sandwiches over nt) Hied n volloy after hlm, but aimed
the houro. I went over thero nnd, high, na we had no wish to kill tho
hnd the lln-t good food I had had for
months; 1 thanked (Ind for it, and
then a few boms nftorwards you
know what happened."
man unless ho showed fight. After
n while Urnro came out of tho
bushes with his hands held up high
abovo his head, nnd thon wo hand-
draco looks to bo in n bad way.l cuffed hlm nnd marched down to tho
and his face, btrtldCH being swollen, end of the plantation railroad track.
Is coveied with n llorco-looklng The train came nlong shortly nftor-
peak. The chief at onco
made n rush for town nnd reinforce
ments and, After getting his gun,
tlo detectives returned to the Hn
lawa gulch. They thero found draco
In custody of High Sheriff Henry.
Tor months High Henry'B men
nnd tho county ofllclnls havo been
working together as regard Infor
mation ns to drnro's supposed where,
nhotits, but jesterday .McDuffle did
not get word till Manager dlbb saw
hlm at the plantation.
This morning at the Oahu Prison,
draco wns working the good old gnmo
of soft soap, nnd his remarks about
Sheriff Henry's kindness wero ful
some. "Mr. Henry has licon so kind
to mo that 1 know I should thank
dod that It was ho who caught me.
Everything t nsked for, Mr. Henry
gavo mo; and when '1 said I wanted
some food, Mr. Henry allowed mo n
little nt first, so thnt It would not
hurt me after my long fast."
Tho first hint of tho whereabouts
of draco came through Ignnco Off,
who Is a section luna nt Honolulu'
plantation. Ho nnd a friend were(
hunting for tho tunnel when thoyi
saw a tottering figure of a man com-l
Ing towards them. The man nsked
for food, and they gavo hlm some
sandwiches. Then Ornco, for it wn
he, nsked ono of the men to take a.
message' to Harry Den'.snn. Tho lat
ter at oire took the luna to Sheriff
Henry, and then Btarted the hunt
thnt resulted In the capture of tho
much-wanted escaped murderer.
NEW SHIPMENT OF '
- LEATHER BAGS, SUIT CASES,
Fino and Strong
.Chinese Camphorwood Trunks
YEE CHAN & CO.
CORNER KINO AND BETHEL '
When we tfet your wireless call fop HELP,
we will come to the rescue with flood old
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OOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS MEW
fROM nNANOAt SHIPWRECK '
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or restful to lclieve it.
Don't you think more Uto-datc furniture would make you
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FLAT-T0P DESKS . . . ., $20 to $00
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TYPEWRITER 'TABLES ,...., $9
.rTYPEWRITEBjHAIRS $7 to $10
REVOLVINQ OFFICE CHAIRS, in wood, nne and per-
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REVOLVINQ STOOLS, cane seats $5
STATIONARY STOOLS, cane or wood scats, "18 to 30
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 185 KINO STREET
NEWS NOTES FROM
Tho Kanis will start In soon with
roc or games between tho different
classes. Tho school team will bo
ory etrong this year. All last
) ear's players are back with the ex
ception of Captain Hal. , Hen Hussey
Is captain this jear nnd lio Is n hnrd
On account of the rnln Sunday,
the cadets did not turn out for drill.
Captain Wlntora extended to form
; tlm three companies ngnln, thero be
ing many changes to bo made. Tills
work will be dono Wednesday morn
. lug It t lip weather Is clear.
Tho Kanicliameha cadets will not
, r.t.irt In with manual of nrms for
'about two weeks. There nro many
'new bojB this ear, and It will tako
Fouin time to Instruct them how to
uie the different marchings.
Mainhall Durrach reqlted Julius
Chow at the .lllcliop Memorial
Chanel last Saturday night to a
large body of teachers and students.
Tho students enjoyed the ro Hal very
The Knmehameha dleo Club,
which has made a hit In town, will
havo its llrst piurtlse some time this
week. Mr. Stanley Livingston Is In
chnrgo of tho club.
I Some of tho Knm cadets expect to
join tho Hoy ScoutB as soon us It Is
ClfANdi: OF KI.A0S ofthtr Ilrltlsh
steamers llubl nnd X.ifro running be
tween Hongkong and Manila Is re
ported and that the ships wll In tho
near futuro fly tho Stars am) Stripes,
Thin mute "is considered from tlm
' fijet that larger steamcra malting Ma
nila nro taking tho passengers of
thesoitwo liners, nlid ho fiolght tran
shipped nt Hongkong fpr Mniilla Is
least ns regular freighters from Ru
iiopo aro making Manila legnlarly. lly
.changing tho register of tho vesselH
fthcy could call at SouthornVJ'hlllp
plno portB thus entering Into compe
tition with tlio local boats nnil would
imttunlly capturo all tho pa&scngcr
l nnd n great doil of tho freight Inline,
I WHKN THR Oceanic liner Slew,
.sails for Ban I'lniiclsco toninrmw
I morning nt ten o'clock nliu will have
L'n full cugo nnd n filr Blued pisseu
ger list DoiiiKl ror tlm Coast, Tlio
steamer went oxer to tho rallruid
wharf yesteiday afternoon to taku on
fiolght nnd will como back to tho
Oceanic Into toduy to complete nor
Our New Season's
Are. just opened.
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.for Ladies, Misses and Children
Rubberized Silk Capes
Doilies, Scarfs, Centers, etc.,
in Sets to Match
1 Laces and Embroideries
. The finest assortment in the city
School Suits '
a large and complete assortment
$1 a Year
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