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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 25, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Image 9',
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for Infants and Children.'
Save the Babies.
1 NPANT MOUTAUTY t something frightful. - Wo can hardly .reailzs
tliatot nil tlio children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent., or
nearly one-quarter, dlo beforo tlicy reach onu year; thirty-seven wr cent., or
more than one-third, before tticy aro five, and onc-lialf before they art) fifteen I
Wo do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority
of these precious lives. Neither do wo hc&tato to say that many of these Infantile
deaths aro occasioned by the uso of narcolla preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain Vnore ,or less opium, or
morphino. They are, In considerable quantities, deadly rtoison. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickliest, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reverse. 11 causes the blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of the skin and allays fever,
Physicians Recpmmend Castoria.
I hare tiirtl jouf Caitortt la cue of colic In
cLIMreu uJ Lav Tumid It the brt tried Id n of lU
Mud ou It uiuktU J. E. Siimvit, M. p.,
A mfillcloAiATaluablt anj Wteflclal for chll
treu a your t'utorln U ileaervca 11j Lltivit pralcv.
I flLd 11 lu uet cv try w litre,"
J. H. Aliianiiku, M. I)
Uan ninl yoor Cm tori on varloot ocraatona
Id euluble cm and Lavu fuaud It a J-iUUbte ami
rOlclcntlaxatlit, icclally tu tie urloni dlscaaca
ClUI. KlJWARD (1HD1NEH, M, P.,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Oyer 30 Years.
T.t .t.T.....T. T .T..r. .,. ,.. .,. ,
Evening Bulletin's Expansion Year
TEN POPULAR PERSONS are to ba'givtn ROUND TRIPS
to SAN pRANCISCP, with ten days' stop at bast hotels.
Valuable prizes awarded candidates and contest workers all
Trips to any Eastern, Western or Middle State city can bo
Travel party is picked by BULLETIN readers. 'Votes given
with every subscription payment made after March 27.
The ten people getting the highest number of votes will be
given the trips.
Information regarding the longer trips furnished contestants at
tho BULLETIN office.
Why not help your friend to get(one of tho trips?
FOR TRIP CONTESTANT IN EVCNINQ OULLETIN
TEN-TRIP TRAVEL CONTEST
Name ,,..,,.,,,, ,
Addreti ......,.,..,,,. ,,
Pill In name and address of your favorite candidate
nil tend to the Dullttln Conteit Department.
(Not ('l after Tliurnljy, June t)
fflf -SfTi , y"""" suiirnntccs genuine
Cimtorla la rood for children and T frmtint1v
lrviCNUi H, ana alwayt obtain the ueilrvd remit."
1 GlH.LU DUATTHIM, II. D .
. Buffalo, N. Y.
" t Itare prMctlbul Castoria to families for kerrral
yrara. It fa all right. Muthera tike It. for cblldrco
will Uk U without any trouble.
C. A. Wiuo, M. P.,
HL Louli, Mo.
Tonr Caitorla li ptendM remedy for child ran,
known flm world over. 1 tue It In my practice and
hare no lif lUtiijr lu recommundlQK It for tbe com
plalota of lufanla and chlldrru
J. A. Bo ABM AH, M. P.,
Eana u City, Mo.
The "400" of Honolulu
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Be one of 'em
PINECTAR SALES, CO., Ltd.
,, Honolulu, Hawaii.
DON'T SAY THAT
"It might ImVe been,"
When tlio content Is nil over, and
tlio votes lime been counted, nnd your
name appears Just a llttlo below tlio
lucky ten, the nbovo quotation may
come to you with more force than It
How sad It must be to the contest
ant to stand on the whnrf and see
Unit happy bund climbing up the
gangplank, covered with icls nnd
smothered, with tlio good wishes of
hundreds of frlcndH on the morning
of departure of tho "lucky ten" for
that grutid trip to tho const, when
thut contestant, by u llttlo earnest en
deavor might have been walking up
that biiiiiu gungplunk and covered
with Icls and good wishes. It Is then
that he will heavo a sigh and suy "it
might have been."
Although the contest Is on tlio
homes trctcli, nnd Is fust approaching
the quarter post, there Ib no "lend"
In tho list that cannot bo easily over
eomo 'by tlio right kind of work on
tlio part of tho vote getter.
A number of subscriptions may bo
overlooked each day because candi
dates show timidity In npproaclilng
Boine men because of their standing in
business or social circles. Of one
thing you may bo sure, and that is
that your request will io met with
courtesy and In tho majority of cases
you will meet with success that you
did not expect, and the chances aro
that he will refer you to others who
will be only too glad to subscribe for
the Evening 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n.
Don't be discouraged becauso some
body else has a lead that looks to bo
beyond human effort to overcome.
What that other party has done you
can do If you only make up your mind
to do it.
Don't be afraid to approach the
"big men." In othor words, don't get
i tho Ilrown-stono-shivers. The J-2 y e n-
ing iiu 1 1 o i n is n newspaper mni
any pandldute may be proud to ban-
die, and tho chief ndvantngo to can
j dldutos Is that they uro not "begging"
or nsklng tho public to subscribe for
something thut they do not need.
Tho llul let In Is worth nil tho
J money asked for It. It Is progressive,
i.uii-tn-dato,,contnlnirig real live nows;
it is Tearless in Its convictions nnd
gives the clearest nnd earliest reports
of nil happenings of Interest. Who
couldn't get a subscriber under these
conditions? It Is up to you candi
dates, (let busy, nnd whon It Is all
over you can say "I'm off for tho
coast" InBtead pi "It might havo
Nominations at any Time.
Tho nomination cauiion will not ho
run dnl'ly any longer but this rtoo3
not mean that nominations can not!c1)Ui mu-inn,,,.. cnvoontinn nmJ m
1 still bo sent in. Nominations of or-
gnulzntlon or trip candidates can bo
made at nny tlmo during tho con-,
test. From tlmo to tlmo tho nomin
ating coupon will appear In tho pa
per, but if It does not appear at tho
tlmo when you want tho blank, wrltu
out tho name, nddrcss, and occupa
tion on n pleco of paper and send to
us; It will count for tlio 6000 nomin
ating votes as If on a regular cou
pon. Names of candidates when . first
nominated will bo printed for ono
tlmo and then not again until they
recolvo votes at somo count.
Subscribers sending In payments to
tho 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n must always men
tion tho name of tho Individual trip
contestant and tho organization con
testant, thoy wish to vote for, as gll
ballots aro .filled out beforo leaving
oillce. You can hold back tlio bal
lots as long as you wish. Always
slato who'lhor you want tho votes
cast or roturned to you.
Rtery subscription itayment mado
on or since March 28th entitles thu
pacr to votes for a trip contestant
Kvery payment mado on or slnco
April 27lh entitles tho payer to votes
for hqlh a trip contestant and an
organization contestant. Present ro-
...ih mm mm win no loBituti.
Hopiembcr yni get two sets of
volos If you pay or havo paid your'
your subscription slnco April 27th;
ono for a trip cnndlduto, nnd anoth
er for an organization candidate An
equal numbor of votes ns given lu
tlio standing voto schedulo are Issu
ed for both,
JCccp your papor coupons for trip
nnd organization candidates soparnte
nnd do not roll tho votes. Send thorn
lji, lu envelopes with tho namoot thu,
cnudldnto and tho number of votos
thoy contain written on tho frotit.
This will holp to mako counts uccur
nto nnd prompt, nnd permit you to
('St)innto what correal total should
ho In mtynnco.
How Votes Are Issued,
Kvery copy of tho II n 1 1 o 1 1 n will
routiiln it coupon, which, when tiro
poily filled mil, will untitle Iho holder
to Miles of the niiinbor spoclllod,
Volos mo also Usuod on imltl sub-
xi'ilptlmi, i Dm Kvntilng Hullo-,
1 1 li III piiiulrliiii In Ihu lunuth nf
lliim mini miliHrririlloiiH urn piii in,
urmmliim'u mIHi Ihu mi'IioIiik M'l,")i'
CONTEST IS OVER
l'rlco of Evening llnllelln.
1 Month's Subscription ....J .75
3 Months' " t 2.00
6 Months' f 4.00
' 1 Ycar " 8.00
2 Years' " 1C00
3 Years' ' $24.00
G Years' " $40.00
l'rlco of Weekly llullrlln
1 Year's Hubscrlptloti 1.00
C Years' " J COO
YOTKS ISSUED ON
Subscriptions to Ku-nlng Bulletin.
One month ..i 2r,o
Three mouths Up
Six mouths 1,000
Ono yoar ....j 2,400
Two years ...j C.OOO
Three years ,.j 9,200
years ,.j 9,200
ears ...J. 24.000
Ions to Weekly Iliillc
Ono year 2D0 3C0
Five years l.coo 5,000
A tlilrlj-llre dollar merrnnllle order
will be gltcu to the t rat el candidate
who casts the most totes before '4
o'clock fiuturday, May '.Tlh.
A llfleen. dollar nirrriiullln order
will bo given to tho Iruicl randtdnto
who rcrelies the second largest
amount of voles before Saturday,
Tito totals of voles shown In the
standing of candidates. miblNlieil
I Thursday 3Iny 1Kb will be subtmcled
. wi si J .-iurunj
veiling Jhiy 2th; to nsccrliilii who
uro tuo !Yinucr. '
In addition to these prizes the Hill
letln will glre nil Onoto Founlaln
Ten to eiery tundlilule for tho first
lite new throe-month dally subscrip
tions tnrncd la before Saturday even
Imjr Jfny 27th. ---
Today, Ascension Day, Is tho sub
Joct of special religious services In
rH1 IKWtt trill ti ltd tltn nlnili ntiminl Pnln.
.esslon. This morning at 7 o'clock holy
communion was celebrated at St. An
drew's cathedral, new J. 1C Uodel was
celebrant, Ilev. Leopold Kroll cplstoler,
and Itov J. W. Ounh gospeler.
The program for today Is as follows;
7 it. in. Celebration of tho holy com
munlun. Celebrant, Ilev. J. K. Ilodel;
eplxloler, lev. K. Kroll; gospeler, Ilev,
J. v (limn. After which n brief ser
vice wuh held at tho old priory cross.
10 a. m. Second celebration of tlio
holy communion. Celebrant, Ilev, D.
V. Wallace; eplxtolcr, Ituv. F. A. Bay
lor; gospeler, Ilev. W. S. Short.
8 p. in. In St. Clement's hall n ro
ceptloh will be git en by tho Ct. Clem
ent's parish to the clergy and lay dele
gate and to all church people and
Thero Is no special program for to
morrow. NO SEASICKNESS
ON EXCURSION TRIP
Ono hundred and forty exciirslon
ists havo secured tholr tickets fur
tho $3.00 week-end trip to Muni
Tliore are ten tickets at tlio Trout
Trust Co. still unsold. Hxcurslonlsts
nru udvlscd to sccuro their meal tic
kets for Sunday from tlio Trent Trust
tu, lutiny or luniorrow. me unco i
$i.no for tho three meals. Only those
securing meal tickets will be provided
for, as Sunday Is a closed day on
Maul. Tho mauugemcut of tho ex
cuislon has had a seasick remedy
annlyzcd by Food Inspector Ulancli
ard and ho pronounces It safe and ef
fective It quiets the spirit and nerves
in tho brain, so that no motion of
Hi0 uoat Is felt Tho drug comes In
small red nnd brown capsules. Evory-
,mo Rnlng on the trip Is udvlsed In
call at his druggists and socuro n
Htinnly. If It Is absolutely effective
the object Ion to ci nines among the
Islands In suuill steumers will lio re
III 111). ,
KAI.UAIIINi: May 21, on Punchbowl
street, Mrs. Ilntllu Kiiluulilue, 10
NAMOOI.AI' Mny 83, at Ml limine-
liilli lu no, Mm Urn NiiiiiihiIiiu, fid
.lOHKI'llMny Sit, lit Nlnlnpu ntli'H,
Mum Jnnepli, 711 yiNiisi ini'iiniiii
In, iiiuiillniiiul h liiinhs
Trustees of Chamber of Com
merce Want Barracks Near
A waterfront Bite for tlio proimfccd
army imst In this city was favored
yesterday by the trustees of tho
Chamber of Commerce, colled In a
special nicctlng by President J. P
Morgan to discuss tho moving of tlio
barracks from Lvtleliun to Honolulu
and the provision for a large body
of Infantry here.
The result of tho discussion, was
350 1 tlio passage of the following rcsolu
CC0 . (ions, presented by C. I). Tciinoy, sec-
onded by J. P. Cooko nnd given un
animous approval by nil tho trusteei
Whereas, Tho Island of Oaliu at tho
Cross (loads of tho 1'aclftc Is a stratc
gle point of tbe first lniiortanco to
thu Government of tho United States
Whereas, Tho War Department hns
wo aro Informed, aftor due consider
ation, determined upon placing a large
body of troops In tho city of Hono
lulu, Now Therefore De It Resolved, Thnt
tjio Ilonoluhi Chamber of Commerce
hereby expresses Its approval of tlio
general plan of quartering a suffi
cient force In or near the City of
Ilonoluhi to meet nny and all emerg
encies, and respectfully recommepds
ns a suitable Blto tlio property now
I owned by the Federal Government In
mo vicinity or Fort Armstrong wnicn
contains an area that will readily ad
mit of expansion and Is In the opinion
of tlio Hoard of Trustees most ad
mirably situated from cvory point of
view; while central. It is sufficiently
remote from the residence section of
the city, is sanitary and convenient
to transportation facilities.
Ilo It Further Resolved, Thnt copies
of this resolution be sent to the Pre
sldont, tho Secretary of War, Secre
tary of Iho Navy, Secretary of the
Department of Commerce and Labor, j
also that copies be sent to Dolcgiito
Knlanlanaolo for presentation to the
proper committees In the Senate and
All of One Mind.
There was no difference of opinion
expressed in regard to the advisability
of the- troops being quartered on the
waterfront site. Tho trustees, tail
ing tho expressed opinions of army
mm hero that a site near Fort Arm
strong would bo desirable, anil fool
ing also that tho placing of barracks
on tho armory site might not bo do
Blrable, joined lu suggesting tho sito
proposed In Mr. Tenney's resolutions
Mr. Tonnoy In presenting tho reso
lution, stated that It Is evident tho
troops will bo sent here, and It Is
only a question of where they will
bo housed. Ho thought that the arm
ory site. Is too small.
"The nrmory slto contains approxi
mately 114.000 feet not the property
of the Territory,'' said Mr. Tcnney.
"Tlio rest of this would havo to b"
condemned to get tho whole block.
Tho bill thnt has passed tho Cenoto
provides that ten per cent of thp mo
ney available can be used for tlio ac
quisition of moro land. Now real cs
tuto men of this city say that this
and Is worth from eighty-five cents to
n dollar n square fool, or about $100,
000 thnt It would cost to condemn
the property needed. Under the bill
only fGO.OOO Is available.
Help Sanjtary Cajnpalgn.
"The site' as proposed In theso re
solutions would meet with tho ap
proval of nrmy oltlccrs, It would ro
suit in Ailing Ip of a largo section
of low-lying land, which wll make
It sanltury, and In every way would bo
J. P. Cooko favored tho plan, "Thero
are n few people who do not want
tho soldiers lu town at all," ho said,
"but I do not think wo can take up
the matter this way. I think, hqw-
evor, that we can center our ngiii
... , ,,. ,.,, ,,. t, .
I'" , , , "
Tho discussion was brief, and tho
resolutions quickly carried. Ah a re
sult, tho following cablegram was scut
luter In the ufternoon to George McK.
McClellan, representative In Wash
lngton of tlio combined commercial
"Chambor approves general removal
plan, recommends slto on Federal
property near Fort Armstrong. Reso
This ovoiiltiB tit 7:30 o'clock, tlio
Ituyal IlKwnlluti bund w)l rentier the
followlui; promum ut Ihu Muutui hotel,
March The Albanian ,.. Hull
Oturturo lmmti Yiileutlnn ..., leln
llallud MuriiliiK IhielliiiVKii
HoU'ctltm Fuiiht lltniuiiil
Vnntl HhwiiIIiiii suiiKS.iir by llertter
liili'irmwn IIiimIiiii I'riiiiku
Miiiull- llifi'llMHH . Hull
Tlu Wlitr NiMHiilml llamier
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. TELIX GOUKAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIF4ER
tUtboTH- Tn, rimtle,
mk!e,, .Villi I'.UI.f,
u, ever? Mtmi.b
on txtnlf. and ttr
!i tol II t letl
of 9 yrn, fcliri
I. ,o tiirtalefi t
U prorwlr in.tl.
Arvbt Hi emi titer
Ml of tlitillai
hunt, Pr. L. A
ftr t.ta to a
toff of tti. titut.
ton ( patitt)i
Aa fou It4.l
will Ul tB.ID.
fenrn ua Crrntn ft. ll Icltt r-trmtul oPnll lb.
klD prtp.ullODii." Fttr tilt lr .11 drulcmt ..q Finer
Ooou. bt.lett in ti.. United BUt,CMlk and i.uri.
IfJO.T.HdPIIKS, Pup, 37 Great Janet Street, HewToit
I Fort 8trt Nsar Btrstania
' SPRING HATS
Stylish Pattern Hats Just Opensd
Boston Building Fort Strost
Received by 8.J5. wllhelml'ns
WHITE SERdE AND NAVY BLUE
ALSO BHOITINO DltCSSES
Mrs. S. F. Zcavc,
- 67-68 Young Building
CALL AND 8EE.,THEuJ;ATEST
CRE"ATIONB IN HATS
Received by the 8. 8. Wilhelmlna
1027 Nuuanu Street
Importer Fort St
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF DRY Q00DS
WAH YING CiiONG
King Street, Ewa Fithmarket
FANCY DY GOOD8
78 Beretania Street
Uetween Maunakea and Smith Streets
I , SS3
Wing Chong Co.
UNQ IXm near bethkl
Dealen In Furniture. Vattresiei,
etc., etc. All kinds of EOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
s2 SS m
lVote for Organization Contestant
In Evening Bulletin
Ten Trip Travel Contest
Orgsnltstlon ...,,. ,,,, ,,,...,,, .,.,r
(This Coupon Is not good after Thursday, June 1)
Fill In name of your favorite orosnlistlon candidate and send
to the thillMIn Contest Department.
Hotel St: Francis
Union Square, San Vranciico
Under the Management of
F ACINI i
(lie beautiful park
lie heart of the city,
which li the thrntrc ot
Hie principal ertnls ot
the famous fettlrnls of Han
CrunclM-o, thin liolel, In en
vironment and atmosphere, ex-
pntKCH most pleusnully ilie
comfortable spirit ot old Cal
ifornia. The royalty and noblllly of
tbe Old World and the Far
Knst and the men of high
achievement In America who
nssembte here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere ot an
Institution nhlch represents
the hospitality nnd Individual
ity of ,S.tn Francisco to the
The building, which murks
the furthest udrnuce of telenre
In serilre, lias now the largest
capacity of nny hotel structure
In the (Vest, nnd npon comple
tion of the Post street annex
will bu the largest caratnnsery
In the world.
WHILE TIIK SERVICE IS UX
USUAL, TUB I'lUCES A UK
European flan from (2.00 Up
Getry'Street, above Union Squaie
Juit oppoilu liotel St. rDcl
Eoropean,Plan Sl.CO.a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawets" A. B.C.
Code. Reservations made.through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
YACHTINO. IIOATINO, OOLF LINKS
AND T1INNIS FOR TIIOSK WHO
WISH QUIirr, HI3BTFUL. DAYS FOR
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
14 Kt. Watc les,
113 HOTEL 8T. JEWELERS
2185 edftorlal rooms 2250
busluess oftlce. These are the tele
phone numbers of the llul letln.
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