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' nVKNINO VHfl.l.ETI.W UONOIjULU. T H. Tllt'ltSIUV. OCT. 27. 1!10.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
pOUTY YKAKS AGO almost every niotlicr thought her tliild mint have
linrt'Borlr or laudanum to males It sleep, Thmo drugt will produee sleep,
and n few Iron too many will produce tlm rIccii from tvlilrli llirre l
1H wnklng. Many are tlio chlMren who havo been killed of w hoto lie.illli ha'
ueonndnod forllto by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of whlili Is a
narcotw 'product of opium. DrtiggNls aro prohibited from selling either of tho
narcotli'H named to children tit all, or to anybody w Jiout labeling them
"poUon." The definition of "narcotic" li: "Amnlleini which rtllcvet pain
and iroilucei tfuji but vhlch in 2oisonous dmeii prthhicet ttupor, coma, convuU
eioim awl death." Tho tuitu and smell of medicines containing opium are dii
gllincil, and sold Under the names of "Dropi," "Coldlali," ".Soothing Hyrupi."
etc. You should not per.ult any medielno to bo given to your children without
you oryoir physician know of what it is corniced, tiutorln loe not con
Ihtte fmiueiitly irMirllol rnttnrla fir tun
uoukllijuiL(4c( tUUft ti w tti iimiI rt-iilta."
W. A. CKlMDiLI, M. ).,
Jlaff.lo, N. V.
"At the falbrr of t'llruvn clilMnn 1 mtatnlr
fcno tomrtlilbtf atioiit j.irr crtat innlli itia ami.
tlii from 111 uwii fimtlj tsiMrlim-e, 1 liarw. In
tiljr Jtar. bf prai tliw, fouitil l'toila a ioni!tir aM
tbklc ut uiuvdjr lu sttiKMt trr liniiii-
Vl. J. MiUiunk, M I).,
Oniat , Ntli.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
in Use For Over 30 Years.
LMr.gJt.i: .a rxmman
is imperative. The store is full of goods and we just have
to make room for Fall and Holiday Goods. To do so we "slash"
all standard prices in n manner that must seem startling to our
hip-profit competitors. r .
"Slash" Frees in effect today and until after Octoher 31.
There is no line so standirj in our stock, that it has not'been
marked with the "slash" sale price.
There ore SHOES, MENS HATS and LADIES' TRIMMED
HATS. DRESS GOODS and SHIRT-WAISTS here in abundance,
at prices that ae MONEY-SAVERS or you. The bargains are
too numerous, and the profits too small to nay for big advertise
ments, but our windows and counters '.ell the story. See them.
THE GRABOWSKT TRUCK
1, l'a, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A UK.MOVAI1I.K POVi:n PLA NT; Hardoued Steel 1IUSHIN03 in
evoty winking p.trtj KMKItOKNCV CONDILNSINO CIIAMIIKR; POSI
TIVK MKCIIANICAL Oiling System.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO., Agents W. M. MINTON, Mrt.
Phone 21G0 875 South Street, Near King
COME HERE TOR "XOUR
Shirts and Hats
AH the Latest Straws and Fedoras Finest
Plain and Fane Shirts: Colored or White
From $1.25 up
HOTEL SfTtEET. NEAR FORT
Grand Sale of
Men's Straw & Felt Hats
BEGINNING 0CTQ3ER 27. TO NOVEMBER 2
NUUANU STREET . . TELEPHONE 2129
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
'l find your Cai.orla ta rtty brncflclU to tba
treaUuu t uf iLildriu'a allmmta."
v. 1).ti, m. n ,
'I otijoft to what iirs rallta patent mullclnM,
Vk In ro liialrr almu tnnu. whit atuff U itlt III them,
tint I klmw th formula i.f )wr Caalo.laamlailvl.4
it umln inierctuia. 1 Jmlgell tn has very ua
fill, aa Wjll aa haroilcaa family metllcliiu."
N. U. Punt, M. I) ,
"Charley's Aunt" to Hold the
Boards for Rest of
.Tonight, Krlday night, Snturday
matinee and Saturday evening "Char
ley's Aunt" will occupy tho boards nt
the Now Urpheum and with Course II.
llownul and his splendid comuny J
cast In the noted fnrco nnolhcr wcek'B
end theatrical treat Is In store for,
local playgoers. That "Charley's
Aunt" Is as welcome hero as It has I
Im.tti filunwlinri. til linat Hlltiaerllinil tn
by the demand for seats for this con-.
Ing and the balance of tho limited
reason. Saturday matlnco promises
to bring out tho htrgo.it afternoon
gathering lu tho history of tho the-.of
ater. "Charley's yunt" Is written
along lines that appeals to both chil
dren and tho grown-ups.
During the past few days carpenters
hae been at work Installing u schema
Tor the Improvement of tho acoustics
and with Its completion It Is now pos-
slide to hear more distinctly. Seats
wem placed on snlo this morning for
next wenkH attractions which will be
The Kitstcrnor," the piny In which
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Nat CJoodwIn and lMnn.Goodrlch star-'
red for n cottilc of scasonu, and "The
Several theatrical parties have been
arranged for tonight, one hostess hav
ing. Invited fifteen of her friends to'
see "Chnrloy's Aunt." There nro sef-
Leral other parties mado up of from
tour to eigni guests wno win niso at-
ptend tonight's performance.
MEN IN RALLY
(Continued frcm Page 1.) '
strikes at thnt Industry, then tin ts th'n
avowed enemy of that Industry, he
strikes nt tho tirosnerltr of tho whole,
Tetrltory and Is the nowcd enemy of'
ltd ti fiiuikixrl tf
"This Is what Mr. McCandlcss ts do
ilng. I havo yet to learn what ho pro
' poses to (substitute in place of the In
. duatry ho heekH to destroy.
I "They tulk of Kithlo's record lit
Congress. I want to Bay to you cm
phatlcally thnt he has mado good
When the congressional party was
here last year I talked with members
... n ,.; , ""-"""-,"lJdlonnil will not bo able to come to'
of the Commltle. on Terrltorlos and J, ,, w, , , ,.,
tliPV frtlil Iiih Hint thnv innrvnllnil llitit .''... ... T . I
they told in. that they marvelled that
he Delegate had been able to do so
much. Ho has secured millions for
no nos securcii millions for
tho Territory, and yet McCnndless
would hava us believe that ho o,,ld
'to " ' !'", M ,'0-, r ,
wh, eX t Zi is'",:, n" !
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itgtinst his own best Interests. I inn
In believer In strong personal friend
Bllll'n, UUl IIMl (11 ii-lllllt. llllf.'.tJ llieilU-
s'hlps stand In tho wny of voting the
straight ticket. This Is a time to put
nslde personnl preferences and put
It. ll.n wlinl. 1lA....l.llnn ln1.t ' '' V
... tun i!.jiu ,vi niuiiillli uvncti
And It Is n cooil ticket. Ilverv man
nn llin If Al.llttllmin Ha! rt nnmlnnn1.'
deserves support. I nm going to votri".,lvV "0"'f nl1'' "r a ' '" f,'r
it straight, nnd I firmly believe thnt
ovcry man who looks fairly nnd tm-
partially at tho situation will do (ho
Most of the Republican candidates
weio present, many of them leaving I
later for tho rally at Watertown. U.
S. District Attorney Ureckons handed
out somo hot shot for tho Democrats,
declaring, thnt they wero misleading
tho Hawaiian voters by misrepresen
tation. Jack Lucas canto forth with
even hotter cannonading. Lucas Im
plored his bearers not to listen to tho
wild and foolish talk ot tho McCand
lesR workers. "McCnndless owes his
prosperity to sugar, nnd even now ho
Is trying to destroy the Industry."
Norman Watklns madn n plea for
fair play. Ho said that tho Hawtillans
aro straight ticket voters, and that
It's up to tho haoles to vote the
straight ticket nnd support every Ha
waiian on It. Among tho speakers
were A. I.ewl8, Jr., It. V. Shingle,
John C. Lane, Androw Cox, I'ben Low,
nnd others of the candidates.
Tho meeting wns distinctly encour
nglng to Uto Republican malingers,
Tho Fourth District has been known
for splitting, the ticket, but Inst night
the sentlmont for a straight Republi
can ticket was undeniable.
COWS POISONED. BY,.i-
INFECTED MOSQUITOES, u""' " '
WATKRIIIIRY, Con., Sept. 23. Tho peoplo of Portland aro now
Tho strangu poisoning of a heard of planning to como hero In a boat of
battle by mosquitoes here led to an Ihelr own as per tho following letter
Investigation nnd tho discovery that dated September -2th:
the Insects weio Infected by lighting1 "There Is n wldo spread Interest In
on the carcass of a dog exposed lu Portland, and throughout tho Pacific
an out-of-the-way plucc. Tho do;r, Northwest In tho Hawaiian Islands,
had been used by physicians In one This Inteiest has been greatly nug
of the hospitals hero to dctorn'Uio' mented by tho work of your organlza
the olTects of human diseases on low-j "on' .
er animals. Tho peoplo of Portland nro much In-
The owner of tho rattle, M. K. wsted-ln your Floral Festival ond
WeRon, savs they are now- of no mn"' ' am sure would like to mako
value. H ts Indignant and dechnes cmnpailMin with our Rose Carnival.
he will sue thoy lespouslhle for the
condition of his herd.
the Bulletin of,,c.
cardt on iile at
Promotion Committee Hears
of Plans for Organized
Tho 1911 Flonl Parmlo Is being nd
vet Used extensively throiichout tho
world, ncconlltiK to tho report mails
by Secretary II. I'. Wood, of tho Pro
motion Committee, to this commlttco
this afternoon. Han l'rnnclsco Is to
bo ghon the nnvel'y of a decorated
wagon which will advertise tho par-1
niln nfrnnllcnlt In Ihn filreeta Till, '
The S. S. "Mexican" brought word
that tio accepted design for tho 1911
KInr.il P.irndp Poster had, (by order
tho II n I let In Publishing Com
papy), been delivered to Ilrlttoii &
Iley, San Francisco, who were nlready
nt work on the order nnd would hurry
deliver)'! Mr. .1. Walter Scott, Presl
dfnt ot the Hallway Polder-Schedule
Distributing Company, writes that he
will lined K nan iwmtnra tn rtlier tho
pacific Coast and tho Northwest pro-
perly. ThH will Include passenger
depots of all of tho trans-conttnentnl
railways. Mr. Scott also plans to havo
man tj n. iiiii tixji l uti iiiiiin iu iti
.boxed wagon completely cocrel
with the tinklers which will bn driven
with tie i posters, which w l no ",r,c"
nround San Francisco ilaly, stopping
In front of hotels, ticket offices, thea
tres. In fact oery place where crowds
gather. This particular Blunt, will. If
It meets with th Committee's ap
proval, bo arranged for the last week
In January or tho first week In Feb
ruary, n sort of last cnll.
I nnddltton to Mr. Scott's distribu
tion, we will see that copies of tho
poster rach every tourist agency in
tho United Stn'cs and Canada.
German Lloyd's Interested.
Tho North German Lloyd manage
ment wrlto us thnt they aro planning
tn get out a new edition of their at
tractive "Around tho World" pamph
let and will Include a number, of Ha
waiian lews; photographs for which
go forward by next mal. Inasmuch
pis tins vaiuaoio lower is njsmnmcii
i. .iiitiwiJ iwiiii;, in iiin.i iui.it-.,
. wori(I OVer wo should )ect somo
irnn.1 n.ivcriici,. ...,i ni i
T)lc N'orth American pl;ess Syndl-
rlnl' ftlp wrteiiiHt TUelr reqnent
came jTh il 'jxitnH of our nutnmobUu
campaign oiuf of the clicnlir Icttorx.nlsn hnvo written giving the names of
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ranching dlip JIunager of the Huron
'win tf'rlfosnif Mllau'i:
m. 'fVir form letter .of Jqntrmhor 1
"' Imomliig Hawaii ucknow leMged. Whllo
L'nn'1.' f. . .. .
i ani not tne iiossessor ot an at
lillO,and will not bo able to co
if u i. ...I... 'I '.
,m.8,01, , y0llr ,,,;,, ,, 6VcrJ thing
)lrh ,, wnll '1)0tll a8 n
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V.:. 1. " ", " """ " "h '
,ilu " " ciiih'kw i(Hiin:i(t? in
thr- ,; "Wa7a , thVo of I
From him I learned math of Interest
IT!-"""" ' "-
riti!B mi raiii't uinr
News Bureau's Plans.
I think wo can be of IncMlnnlil"
service to you along another lino If
you will give us tho npiortunlly. This
will cost you nothing outsldo of pre
paring material pertaining tn Hawaii
for us to publish In seventy of tho
leading papers of tho United States.1
)ve nro putting out a newspaper llltu-
iratlve service and our ojm Is to fin-
...mi mnyr 1.U..1.H i..r ijj-ws ,,iy, lit of mnnnBor tho Honolulu Gas Coin
co.eful distinction from tho so-called ,,mny, t tho ilmo ot his death ho
fejttires. For ius!nitc,e, you might
franio up n most njtracllvo fentttro
article which would, not Interest us
I0"'"" "' "'o fact, that wo are linn
dllng news Illustrations. On tho othor
hand there nro a. number of striking
news Incidents constantly luppenlng
In Hawaii which would bo of Interest
to readers In tho United Statos. Pro
minent men and pinmlneiit women
aro always Inteiestlng and n largo
number of othor nows features which
you arc far moio familiar wllh thani
I am. j
ir you wish to furnish us wllh such
matcrlnl as this, accompanied by ade
quate Illustrations, stories to bo brlof,
wo shall he glad to Bend samo out
with n Honolulu ilnto line. This
bilngs tho fact bsforo tho people con
stantly thnt Honolulu Is nn n'tractlve,
up-to-date, progressive city of Intircst
to every Amorlcan contemplating a
tour this winter. This would not. of
course, afford tho direct publicity .moment 7
wllh which you nro more familiar but' Ym cm k,,nw lho roll?r ' y0" .ll,Rt
AniFrleans nro coming inoro nnd morn tr' ,!l "''"I'10 remedy simplest of ex-
to rcallzo that publicity of this pai
turo, oven if nothing moio tlmn: n
dato llnet iiossessos great advantages,"
Tho excursion business for the com
ing seasbn piomUes to .exceed tho
Committee's most snuguluo expectn-
'""" ' i"' "'? "ma nil oxciir.
sloii to he Islnnds iu February, 11)11,
suggested Itself to me. I nnd my ns-'
Boclutes hnvo rhnrteied tho S. S.
"Queen" tho popular Alaskan Kxcur-
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vienna, W. Va. "1 feel that lows
tho last ten years of my life to I.ydla
j;. I'lnkhiim s vege
iCIuven years ago I
was n wtilking
shadow. Iliad been
under the doctor's
My husband per
siiaded mo to try
I.ydla K. Pinkham's
iounditndltvorke(l like a charm. It re
lieved all mv nalns
and misery. 1 advise all suffering
women to take ,dla II. Pinkham's
Vegetablo Compottitd." Mm. Kmma
Vmi:ato.v, Vienna, V Va.
J,)dla E. I'liiUhnm's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots mid
herbs, contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the, record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases of any slmllai medi
cine lu the country, and thousands of
voluntary testimonials are on me in
tho PI i ik ham laboratory nt Lynn,
' iIaM-i frol women who have
i cured from almost ovcry for
ovcry form of
femalo complaints, lnllammatlon, ul
ceration, displacements, fibroid tumors,
Irregularities, )erlodlo ulns, backache,
Indigestion and nervous prostration.
Every such suffering woman owes It to
herself to give Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetablo Compound a trial.
If you xvoulil llko special ndvlce
nbotit your cusinvrlto n confiden
tial letter to Mrs. I'lnklmin, at
Lynn, .'Muss. Her ndvlco Is l'reo,
fIoii Crnlfcr of th' Paclllc Coast S, S.
Co. We propose sailing direct from
Portland Feb, 1st, stopping 2 days at
San Francisco; 3 days nt Itllo.and 7
days In Honolulu for tho Floral Fes'
tlvnl. Our party will bo limited to
200 people. Could yon quote mo n
rnto from Illlo to (he Crater nnd re
turn." Ily tlt- Sierra wo will send tho de
sired Information nnd will nlso ro
quest our Agent at Seattle to go to
Portland nt once and sco what can
be done In tho way of lectures to help
create Intrreet lu tho excursion. We
citizens of Portland who havo recent
ly lslted Hawaii and suggesting that
s for tho Portland papers bo
ins r. pARTCR
IKA U. UAH I tK
... n ... tAiiii n.
IVIUHOIIIU UUIUIIlUlllUb Will DU
Held at Temple This
Ira C. Catter died at his resldenco
early yesterday fiont tt'Sttoko of para
lysis. Mr. Carter had been In poor
health for n long time and about six
months ngo he was stricken down
with tho above mentioned malady
from wlllc)l ,,0 ,,, ,10t Beem ,,, ,0
',Io camn t0 l0 ,,,, 8()mo sx-07
,, yrun aRO nm, ,oolc l0 position
was managing owner of tho union
Kleelrlc Company In tho Harrison
Ho leaves' a wlfo and one daughter.
i.tho latter engaged as stenographer In
tho depailment of public works.
The funeral, which takes place nt
three o'clock this afternoon, will bo
from Masonic Temple nnd will bo nn-
, dor tho auspices of Hawaiian Lodge
No. 21. F. & A. M., of which ho wti3 n
INSTANT RELIEF FROM ITCH
Instnut rollcf from that Itch.
A few drops of a soothing liquid
And the Itch Is gmio ns If by magic.
Just u drop or two on tho skin and
no more of that torturing, endless,
nerve racking Itch,
Cnn you Imag'.no how It will feel
" Itching agony swtpt away In u
'Frnpi ngum rmqun--..i
Pioni as compounded In D: D. D. Pros-
Wo positively know Hint It allovl
ntcs tho itch Immediately wo vouch
for thlsfnii'l-giiaratitee It for wq havo
seen It tised (ln too many; 'cpsep, and
tho cities thai follow, ns,far as wo
know. Bccm to bo permanent.
Honolulu Drug Co., Foit Street.
Tho calmness of a man Is frequent
ly tho causo of a woiunn's storm.
There nio times when wo should ho
thankful If wo full to get justice.
I tw a
Dlank book of all sorts, lcdgeit
etc, manufar'ured by the B u 1 1 e 1 1
PILES CURED IN G TO 14 DAYS.
PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to euro any case of Itching, Illiml,
Diced lug or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 d.iys or money refunded. Mado by
PARIS MEDICINIS CO.. Saint Louis,
U.S. of A. .
Whitney & Marsh
New Bathing Suits,
Caps and Shoes
Wo aro now showing a, niost exclu
sive selection of
Oui' Own Importation
Hand-Embroidered, from Paris, and
also our celebrated "Home-Made"
brand in popular prices. We aro
showing some of these m our
Goods Being Sacrificed
We are Closing Out Our
Dry Goods, Notions, '
The space they occupy hasbeen
leased to other parties
L. B. KERR & CO.,
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