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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.( TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1911.
tor Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
fASTOKIA has met -with pronounced favor on llio part of physicians,
pharniuceullcal societies ami medical authorities. It h aicd by physicians
with results most gratifying. Tiio extended una of Cusloria Is unquestionably the
result of Uireo facts t lit, The Indhput-blo evidence that It Ji harmless j and,
That It not enly allays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates the
food; 3rd, It Is fcitngrecabtc and perfeetsulWItuto for castor oil. It Is absolutely
safe. It docs not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotlo and does not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, liidcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This Is a good deal for a medical Journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to expose
danger and record tho means of advancing health. The day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorancu ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria is a remedy which produces composure mid health, by regulating the
jmteni not by stupefying It and our reudeis uiu entitled tu the Information.
UMF$ Journal ofUealth.
f out t'utotl (Uccli Aral la lU clerl. In lur
ti,rt) jrews of prwUce I can aay I uenr hare found
mjlUlg ttat eo filled the place."
WllXliM BeLMOXT, M. D ,
" I hte gwd yonr Cailorte la the cue ol mj awn
Uby ud sad It pleaaant ta tike, aud bale alUlued
Mealiest reealu from Ita im,"
8. A. Bccbaxih , V. D
M I tiki plcunra In reconnnendlDg joar Cutortt,
felting recommended 1U um la luany Instance , and
cooildef It the beat blithe that could he uaed,
eipedallj for children.''
Kathanul K. Kiim, M. D , Bt. Louie, Mo.
Children Cry for
fjf - ffV.,. 2T"1" Bnurnmeci gcniiluo
" I hive uw.1 yonr C'lttirfla aud funnd It an
excelliijl reiut-tly In rur boutehold and prWte
jiracUit for many jrean. The formula la ext client '
II. J. Tart, M. 1) ,
"I end joor Caatorla to In a itinJird family
remedy. It la the Left tiling for iofaota and cull
dreu I iiaTecTcr known and I recommend It.'
It, K. eKiuiaox, M.iD.,
, Omaha, JWa,
"Hetto. daring the paat eli yearc preicrlbcd joor
CaptnJa for InfanUle itomacli dlaoruere, I most
tuarUlr commend lta uic. The formula contain
uoUilned'-lt'tcrloua to the uottdcllcateof children."
J. II. Elliott, II. I)., New Tot k City.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Every department filled to overflowing with now SPnlNQ
WASH DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT Thousand)! of
yards nf pretty imw ilress fnbrlea In white ami colors nro now
luliii; hIiomii In this ilepartim nt.
FLAXON neroitiil.cd by ellxcrlinlnntlnK women 'as belnp;
umiiiiileel fur Hummer wear We have It In nil tiullt!ex nt
iiinliilaliil prices. Some beautiful colored ucmdH III tliu Hnmo nia
tirlul, with tlio liurder eftert III ceintriiHtlnK HlindeM.
NEW DESIGNS IN COTTON CREPE Including Persian
mid Oriental patterns. A full lino nf plain colors ut 20o per yard.
8COTCH PLAID GINGHAMS Mc a yard.
MARQUI8ETTEkand VOILE 5Uc n ynnl.
NEW SPRING TAILORED SUITS FOR WOMEN, BROAD
CLOTH EVENING CAPES and WRAPS-In nil tliu new nliudes.
ALTERATIONS free' and Kuurntiteol.
A Kplendld allowing of black nnd toloreil DRESS GOODS
and SILKS. '
Women In search of fashionable material for Sprlnr; nnd Siun
imr frool.s will Mini litre u cry exclusive) Mnclc In select from.
Sachs7 Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Deretanla Streets
Opposite Fire Station
I btR to announce Hint within u few dns I will open a (Ijinnnstlc
liistltulci ut 139 Mc reliant street, Mtond lloor, next to Bchuiiian I'ur
The Institute will liavo n complete nutllt of nil necessary nppll
ames for i-nrrylni; out the Celobrated Swedish Movement Cure ux
well us recreative Kymnustlcs on Hclentlllc principles.
C. GUSTAV A. BIORKM AN
Graduate (lymii Inst . Stockholm (Sweden).
tlRGRS Till! U8K OP AN i:i.i:CTnU" TAN THIS SUMMRK
Costs K(i little to
run continuously that
on will liardly no
lien tliu addition to
the Unlit bill.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
"n J.U lsde from whole Hawaiian
hlTlPfT3T' I'ilirapplm lllal the Ix-at retllied
j'' cane auirur.
At all Hotiii I'ountuliiM mill Mloroi.
Arctic Soda Water WorRs
Pluuctiir ityrupfcr ? in liot iiik1,
?l( A ttrlk'lujM lluitirtinf fi.r jutiu'lifitunJ Icrrrruini
A t AM Urocurfi
PINECTAR SALES CO., LTD.
United States Authorities
Search For Temporary
Mnrston Campbell, Superintendent of
l'ubllc Vorks, has declined tu listen
to ii petition that wnn slRmd by prac
tically nil nf the iTovrriimeiit employe
worktnK In the Judiciary bulldlm;, ask
ing that hu stop the Janitors sweeping
nnd diistltiK until the end of tho work
ing day This tho Superintendent of
Public Works lias refused to do In
fiue of the provisions of tho stringent
health laws that were passed at tho
last session nf the I.eKlslature, pnrtlc
tilnily the nntl-tuberculosls law now
on tlie. statute books. Despite the
fact that It is usual everywhere to
hne Janitor service Im-rIii after work
ItiK hours, Campbell slates that "it
Is utterly Impossible for tho Janitors
to wait until fi o'clock."
The petition sent to Campbell rend
"Marston Campbell, Hsq, Superinten
dent of Public Works, Honolulu,
"Dear Sir: Tor Die better protection
of the health of those who nre obliged
to do business within tho Judiciary
billldlntr, We, tho undersigned, respect
fully rrouest that nil sneeplntt nnd
dustbin; within said bulhlliiK be de
ferred until IS o'clock p'm; Provided,
how over, that when it becomes nec
essary for nnv of tho Rovirmnent of
fices to continue work until n Inter
hour, then such sweeping anil dustliiK
to lio deferred until such ROvernment
olllce shall bo closed."
Campbell replied to tin- petition as
'Honolulu, April 20, 1911.
"Sir: H plying to Jour petition nf
April 19, In regard to the sweepltiK
ami dusting of the Judiciary hiilldliiK,
I would statu that It Is utterly Impos
sible for the Janitors to wait until 6
o'clock before In RlnnliiK to clean tho
hiilldluir Tho Janitors will enter tho
rooms of the Judiciary building ns
soon us It Is possible for them to clean
them, nnd leave the hallwayx until
lifter Ii o'clock Tills Is the best pos
sible nrrniiReinent that I can make
Very truly yours,
"Superintendent of Public Works,
"Charles T Wilder, Hbi , Tux Assess
It Is now propowd to appeal to Gov
ernor I'rcnr and President Mott-Smlth
of the Hoard of Health In art effort to
secure the protection from the lljlnic
dust that Is' hrouRht Into the litilldhiK
mntniy by pioplo from the most In
sanitary districts of tho city.
(Continued from Pag 1)
delay actual construction Indefinitely.'
it will be six months before Jiidgu
. oirow can come here fiom San 1'run
dno, mid then the IckiiI procccdliiRU
v ill drug from court to court for ears.
My Idea Is to Kit a chaiiRe to u silo
hi.ru there will be no opposition -I
don't enre where It Is"
Delegate Kuhlo, who Is strongly In
faor of wring ahead with tho present
conilemu.it Ion pi encodings, says that
he will i cruse to conntf nance a change
"I htie not ihmiKcd my opinion In
the least," he said "1 think wo should
stick by the Mahiika silo and not maku
ourselves foolish bj changing again
As to asking the Treasury Depart
ment to change, that Is silly, for Con
gnss ileslgnntis the site and the
Treasury Department does what It's
told to Io by Congress. I certainly
oppose nny sijch movement as Is now
At the meeting jesterday afternoon
tho following committee was named to
organize the movement for a change
Arthur r. Wall. It II. Trent, James
Mctnerny, V II. MiBlockcr, Supervisor
1 rnnk Kruger, Representative Mnrral
lino nnd A. U C Atkinson. Mr. At
kinson particularly desire's to get tho
signatures of voters.
Captain Nygran mnstor of tho tur-
hint, iltedtrn Hr.nlii lluv lmu etti.ti,...!
Chief of Detectives McDulllo la thoru-
loro out just t tirnco ur rat and lus
cious huum and a xlilo uf dclectulilo
Tho preserved meat onco graced
the shelves of the Htoroiooui In tho
South Hay. Tho other evening It was
Hiurontiousiy removed and finally
landed In tho possesion of a former
chief cook on tho elredgor
McDulllo made a llttlo excursion
down to the water sldo yesterday uiul
his keen scent soon located the hams.
They added to tho plcturesiiuenuBM of
tho wall decorations of Ills prlvuto of
fice until along about noon hour to
day, a Bailor lad called upon tho
chief with u mite fioni Skipper Nyg
ruu th tho effect that the ofiiclul len
iency Intel been extended to tho now
conlrllu chief of tho South Hay mi
le) A icquest was made for tho rotitin
of tliu ment, llm releaso of tho pris
oner and u general shaking of hands
all mound. Tho South Hay continues
lo lenmlu high and dry on the local
Mlaa Tavvney Apple's coutin who Ii
learnin' t' be a artiat drew on his fa
ther yiatcrday. A puitmaiter hat t'
have two terms t' become a good
pinochle player. Lo'e Dud is aittin' t'
look to shabby he only attends dreta
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Taking llvo pastiengers and a full
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