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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, APR. 22, 1911.
jUrf for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
rjOHTY YI'.AItH AtHt nlninit every mother tl.mitfit her - luM mini Imve
' imrt'ijorli' or laudanum to make it -l.'i .. Thou tirtu - will prodm sleep,
ami ti row lro too mail)' will juoilucc lln lrc IVom ulili'li Hici'ii I.
no it'iOtlng, Many aro the chi'drcn who have bi en killed oi whoso IhmKIi hie
Ikcii ri'liu'il for life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, cuh of which Is a
nnrroli-i product of 0iitiin. Druiwdi are prohibited from wlliii); cither of tho
tianotti's named to children ul nil, or to unjlmdy vv..hutil labeling; tlicin
"poison." Tlioilcflmlioii of "iianotir" n: '.l mulicint which ttlieve ynim
tlnd jiroiluc I lilt'! but which inxtmnuiiMit(tfes ji'otneeii siiior, cowil, cunvtih
tions ami ileiith.' Tim tuilo and smell of medicines conluininK opium are ills
EiiUed, and sold under ili names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups."
tie. You should not pe'inlt uu) uiediclnu to liogivni to your iliiMien without
3011 nryo'ir phjsuiau know of uh.it it itfoinpotcd, 4'imtoilu iloti nut in
R IK 11 at lire of (-AaXTcAtyU
Physicians Recommend Castoria
"1 tie frujOfliUy po- NUil Cn.itirlii f.tr twin
boju hllUiiuOft itillilri 11 v Hi 1' nnI 11 -iiiif '
A. 1 KKMU M 1),
ln.lt.1.., N. Y.
"Al tlif f.lUr of It irh a ilili'rro 1 rirt.iiil)
kbuw VCtllttLlIlK nin.t ) nr Ki'iil in1'1 i '!
fc.lOfl tlUUI III! HMII rUllll ,1(1 111 III , I llW,lll
tiiy jfari tf iinMliie, fuuiiil t am in. a Imiiulnr kit I
taUI.ulnii.cUt lu.lim.1 env buiin "
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I Hint iur fki.uila I. tcrr bfnrurUl lu the
tltlllll.lt. I iltibillltl-b'ukllilltltlll "
. li.rip, M D,
"t olijrrt to li.t .re mlii-u ).tnt initllrtne.,
w In :i iiiaki r hIuM LnuHH m ti it itulT I but In (linn,
Iml I kimw Uit fut imiUuf tniirCMUiil. kud ad Le
ni in. lu irt rcim. 1 jutlelt ti lie a my u4
tut, a. Well biuuit.t fabitly bifdltlbc."
N. 11 Mum, II. I) ,
llriHU)b, N. Y.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
i n i mi in ii r inn ii i ri 'i nil null
N(. n tiii: Ttir in rrifiivs! , summcr suit. vr. havk
Tim i.Afiwr STVM.H and i or tiii: i.ati:st paitkunh to sr.-
llliill 'il'AKi: i l.iTIIIMI AT lll..SO.AltLi: lTtlC'KS. DON'T K-
1-av yotii I'Lin'iiAsi:
Admlttlon 10 Cent!
FORT STRECT. NEAR DERETANIA .... HONOLULU, T. H. Children 5 Cent.
FOR THE HOUSE
Vcslird.iv nftrrnooirn session nf tlin
lloiiM' vmis 11 I1II-I.1 mil', with si'Virnl
liiiiortiitit iin'iiHiir up for conslilrrii
tfon HfVi'inl llhtM also .served to iu
IImii tlin session
llhe's sncliil I'liifiBcnry tnx hill,
iiolc!ltift mi lulilitlniiiil propel ty tnx
hut to exei ed tino-fiitirth of nun per
eelil to lunlio lii liny tlirentetied dr
ill limy, passed tlilnl rending ullh Ki
llllml, Vntes mid Moaiiiiull MitiiiK
nKaluit II Ki'llliiol led the opposition
on thu ftioiind that the tlovernur U
Khtn too niiieh powtr, as hi, upproval
Is iHLessnry fur the special tax to bo
Alter nn Investigation Gf delnyH In
IkhhIiik patents to huuiesteadirs at lla
knlaii, Island of Ilnunll, the puldlo
lands eouunlttee reported a ricniiinicn
diitlun that the nttorney.m nernl lio
asked to hasten ninttertt. Tho reiort
Thu Judiciary rommltten handed In
n rtport on thu petition Inttoduced hy
11 H Jtkknrd, on hehalf of eomplnlu
nuts on Hawaii. The pttttlon usked
that 1 V. Mnrvlel, n district court
Jmlffi' nnd school principal, too, at
.North Illlo nud liup.ihoehoe, he Sep.
araUd from one of Ids Jnhs, alleging:
Hint he has too in my. The commltteu
UKreed that Mnrckl has too inmiy jobs
and reports that he should quit one or
the other, hut adds that there Is no
oNldmce of nmlfensancu lu oillco nnd
no way to force him to resign.
Annum- the bills lutroducid was one
kMid; the cits and county of Honolulu
rlliht of iinliieut domain, to innko up
for an ovcrnlRlit of some years nKO.
The public lamli committee reported
on the plan to exempt certain portions
of lands near the Klhitiea crater from
the terms of the Kllaiien park bill.
The report was as forecast In tin
II u I let 111 yesterday, about ti thou
sand acres belnir excepted.
On jHiiunry 1 Philadelphia nnd lis
suburbs had a telephone for every
HOTEL STREET, NEAR NUUANU
' ' AND VAUDEVILLE
This Theater Is Independent of nil
the others, (let the Independent habit.
Tonight It Begins!
FOR THE BRAND NEW
And other Valuable Prizes that are
NOMINATION COUPONS CARRY EXTRA VOTES, AND THERE 18 NO LIMIT.
EVERY NOMINATION VOTE COUNTS, SO GET DUSY AND
GIVE YOUR FAVORITE A BIG SEND-OFF. REMEMBER. "A
GOOD START IS HALF THE BATTLE."
A Gc Ticket with Nomination Coupon Counts 15 Votei
A 10c Ticket with Nomination Coupon Counts 35 Votes
A 15c Ticket with Nomination Coupon counts CO Votes
Cut This Out
In the Grand Voting Contest of the Independent Theater
1 I hereby nominate'-
Good until April 29tli
GET TICKETS AND MORE NOMINATION COUPONS AT
THE TICKET SALES OFFICE. CIGAR STORE, OPPOSITE THE
"TWO JACKS" ON HOTE L STREET.
(Continued from Page 1)
i n Rood place for the ImuilRrnnts to
"Of course, If IVirttisnl's colonies
wtre nble to seeute these ImmlKmntri
and em i! for them, I should wish them
to no there, but at present the (.ulmiles
lire not lu n position to offer any In -(luccmeiits
to Immigrants fioiu for
Little Blame for Deaths.
Questioned rnnctmliiK the death"! nf
the children aboard the Orterlc, l.leii
tenant I'o'lu ald:
"I hardly think It was due to nt'sll
Kence on the pal t of ollleers or the
board's liRililf. The trouble was that
the parents themselves ki lit their chil
dren In low In the clo'c air, Instead of
senillui; them on detk. Wo nail it
Kreat deal of bad wiather mid thu
hatches had to be bulteiKil down. The
children were umiseil to oyuKcs, their
parents did not know liuw to care for
them, n nil they rciulll) fell victims to
the scarlet fever
"It Is Hi) billef that If the Iniml
Krniits coiihl he suit to I'nnama or
soinn point on the Mix loin coast, Riven
n chaiico from the sen. by beliiK sent
over the Isthmus, and then tran
shipped on the I'niluV side, they would
Ket along much bittir"
Lieutenant Costa savs that yesterday
afternoon he talked to severul of the
Portuguese parents who came over on
the Urterlc ami eic uiniirlK thoio re
leusi'd from iiiiaraiitlne He says that
they told him they w'ele well sutlslled
Willi their treatment and wuuld write
home (o that fleet, some of them do
clnrhiK that the) will advise their
friends to eomu to Hawaii.
In Stirring Scenes.
Lieutenant I'ostu Is a splendid typo
nf ninii, looldiiK eveiy Inch the navy
ollleer, spuiki KuRllsh Ihiently and Is
well Inforiniil on iUeslloiiH of tho day.
He witnessed the stlrrltur scenes of
the overthiow of the monarchy nnd
the establishment of a provisional i;i)V
eriunent In I'oitUKal, and In somo of
those scenes he took part.
The I'oiliiiiiiese t'nlunlal Union,
which he ri resents on this trip. Is
a union of all parties and all conditions
of men hound In the one Idea to hulld
up Portugal under a stable fmem of
Kovrrnment, nnd It Is supporting tho
republic stiinchlv Inclileiitnlly, tho
lieutenant .prophesies that the republic
will indure and lint It will become
more nnd mure a truly popular form
of Rovirnmi nt
Lawyer Says Default of Suit
Would tillable Wholesale
It may be illltlcult for aviators to flv
lu the t'ultid .States this summer If
C'l'iude (lraliiiine-Vrl(!hl fulls lo.ilefen I
the sull the M'rlKht company Instituted
nualiist him for ulleKed patent In
fringement Ah, tho situation now
stnniH the laiKllsil aviator Intends to
let the suit ro by default, which would
mean that the Wright company will
again be permitted to seek Injunctions.
W Miller. Mr. Orahnnie-White's
law v it In New York, said recently ton
reporteil for the Wot Id that be ndvlseil
his illi nt not to lluht the Wrluht case
Mr Miller also ailmltteil that If the
cast Is lost by default It would enable
the light company to procure In
Junctions npilnst nearly eviry ll)er In
When arnhnmn-Whllo departed from
Ihls country on Deceniln r 1 lust he
curl led away with hlni nearly liuo.ouo
lu nr zes Willi b he hail won while inul-
lug exhibition lllghtH here The dny
luforo he sailed tho Wright company
In ought suit against him
Already tho Wright company has of
feied to Issue licenses to companies
inntiiifacturliiK neroplanes. The Hur-
gess rnrllss AeruplniU) Company of
Maiblehend, Muss., Is the tlrst to make
mi iiirivelnent with the Wright I om
pauy Negotiations h.Hwvui tho Wright
eoniiianv and tho tllenn II. Curllss
company have also been reported from
ii oi ul uulhorlty.
Allan A. Ityan, president of the Aero
Chili of America, was one of the orlg-
Inn I Iniorporntors and illnvtnrH of the
Wright Acioplane Company Robert J.
Collier and Russell A Alger are mem
bers of both Hut Wright company dl-
reclorate and tho Aero Club Hoard of
The l'nlted .Slates Treasury begun
business for April with a surplus of
I3.U00.U0O on nil ordinal aceouuls,
There w-ns n corresponding deilclency
of more than JlG.000,000 a year ago.
8even years' Imprisonment was tho
sentenco given to each of four leaders
of ii hlackhnnd Rang In Newark, N J
A llftli prisoner, u wealthy Italian, was
sentenced to inreo years.
It used to bo said that the only
good Indians woro dead ones. The
sauiii might be mild of husbands nlid
other excellent peoplo.
1. iy2. 2 andj3''T6NS . 45 H. P.
HONOLULU, P.0WER WAUON CO
873 South, Hear Ktnjj Street
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladles and gentlemen.
Phone Z7 or call at in a. iing oi
BARON 8CH00L OF PHYSICAL
Matinees Every Day, 2i30 P. M.
NEW CHANGE TONIQHTI
lnMnlit Success of
Foley and Earle
Clot, Dancers, In I'oot -Tapping feat
runinuii Danrers from Madrid
Fascinating and Original Act
- JiV.W I'JI.MH -TlinoiKHIOltT
wiiKitn tiii: rii.Ms Ann catchy
COOL OPMN-AIH TIIIOATl'.n
Ni:W 1'ltOORAM TONIflHTI
Chut nilng Team of Dancers and
"YUM-YUM TREE" and Other 8ongs
as the Dashing Cavalier In Military
Costume, KIiibs Selections from
"THE TORTUNE TELLER"
Films Are New Tonight
Most Fascinating of All Acts
WONDERFUL FIRE DANCE
With Dazzling Kleclrlcal KffectH
Jourdaine and Gervaise
In Selections from "MLLE. MODISTr."
The Tuneful Optra
i:ntiui:i.v ni:w I'H.ms
THE POPULAR PRICE THEATER
On the Silver Wire - The man who Is
to walk the silver wile over the vol
en no. Kll.iuin. next Thanksgiving Day
Whitney & Marsh,
The New Spring
White Serge and Fancy Weaves
Are here. JusL one of each, some
of which you can see in our window,
altho' we have more to show in our
Direct from Paris. Only here can
you get such goods.
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott fe Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
aKINNKLL AUTOMATIO SPBINKLER)
Neunian Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
The Four Lenox
In I'eatH of filuiiRlh and Artistic
I'onlug on the lliimau Itlnga
Singers and Dancers
PRICE8 5c, 10c, 1Dc
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1911
At 7:30 P. M.
An Entertainment, Dance
Any local or Nlsltlug Odd Fellow or
Uebekah who has not received an Invi
tation Ii reiiiesleil lo have name and
iul.ll i-hh at the Hall or mall It to I' O.
Ilo US, .TODAY
Admlttuncu will be strictly by Invitation.
arisaiis ml I II V
The Younn Hotfl Laundry doei booJ
work on ladles' HIIU Dresses and tjeii.
thineii's Puiiiitn Hulls, l'hoiie ur.l.
WhaL You Have Been
An Oxford that will Fit Snugly
Around the Ankle without Chafing
We have them In the trustworthy WALK-OVER and 80ROSIS
makes) several different leathers, in dull and patent.
You must have new shoes occasionally, but why cast the painful
bin don of moulding, tho solos on your feet when you can buy WALK
OVER shoes rinht here in town? WALK-OVER inner soles are mould,
ed In the factory under oOO pounds pressure while the shoe is "tjreen"
and in its most pliable state. They are comfortable the first day you
put them on.
Let your head save your feet-wear.
Prices, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00
L. B. KERR 8h CO., Ltd.,
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