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RVRN1N0 JHJM.nTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATlIFlADY. MAY 21, 1909.
for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
I VIM XT MORTALITY it something- frightful. We can hardly realize
that u( ull tlio children boru In civilized coiintiiei, twenty-two percent., or
nearly otie-ipiarter, illu beforu they remit one year; llilrty-v.'eii per cent., or
more than one-third, heforo they uro live, and one-li.ilt before they tiro fifteen I
Vo do not liusitalo to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a majority
of tlicio precious lives. Neither do wo hesilalo to say that many of these. Infantllo
deaths ui o occasioned by the uso of uarcotlo preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothiiH? Byrnpi sold for children's complaints contain inoro or less opium, or
morphine. Thoynrn, in con-uderablo quantities, deadly poisons. In nny quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation unil lenil to congestloni, sickness, death. Castoria
operates exactly the reveiie. 11 causes the blood to circulatu properly, opens the
pores of the skin ami allays fever.
Tito S' s i'- A J'- Biinrinilcci genuine
slgniit mo of -6acW72Uc,ate Otistorlu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
'I have utl jour ('itotf Id ctMfl of tulle In j "CaMnrl h't;MxI fur clilluren tml I frequently
clillJnn sncl liktvfutinj It Lliu Wt nudlttne of lit , preiiritxi It,in1 fclwaj uliUlrt Ihedtclred mull,'
kind on lliaiiiitktU'
J. K.HI1NUM, M 1).
A mcillrlDfltotalaable Ainl iH-nflrlal fur tall
Jnii aiuur rt'torln UilcrncM iti'i ll,;rt trUu
1 Outfit lu un vrr)wliirv."
J.H. Al.IXANJltll. M 1).,
' Hate fined yonr C'aotorU on Virion a orrailon
laauiUblaraH'tiaiHl liavc f.liiti-l it a l!Ub! ami
t-fllf IttilUlalliv, rfrr tally lit I tit! vartout dUcaii-fl
uf thlMIiu.).. "
I'UAI UliWjiIUi (Jil;IMU. M. 1,
F UlIULD IlLlTTJtEH.M I).
. Haffalo, N. Y.
1 hare prmrlbnl radorlatofamlllra forTral
yrnrti. It la all right. Mother llko It, for children
will Ultu It wtlLoiil any trouble.
c. a. wilmm.h.!
BU Louli, Mo.
' Yonr Caitorla l a i1nll J remedy for children,
know ii thy worl.l mrr. I uw It In my practlc ami
hate tii w tltaiiry In rcruinnicndlnj It for tba coin
tUlbU uf htfabta aud ctiUdrrii,
J. A. lJOAJUUK.M.l).,
Eaoau City, Mo,
Confession Of a Pedestrian
It hnd frequently occurred ,omol l cnlled to them to wait a moment,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ns 1 scrutinized the mountains and
nllcs lying hack of Honolulu nnd
eontcmplnted their beautiful seen
erv Hint a more Intimate acquaint'
unco wltli the sorrnted ridges, the
waterfalls, the vegetation and oth
er glories that seemed to be so rich
ly abundant there, would be one of
the greatest joys of living In this
cm thly patldlse of Hnwall nel.
Hut how to explore these regions
was somewhat of n problem. To give
them tho close observation mid gain
thnt Intimacy I so much desired was
Impossible from an ttutomobllp or
carriage; and even travel tut horse
hack was entirely out of the ques
tion, because of the dearth of trails
tun! the almost perpendicular na
ture of the palls.
At last the opportunity came.
Why had I not thought of so simple
a solution? A pedestrian tour, ol
course. It came In the nature of an
Invitation from four pedagogic
friends charming )oung fellows
with the Honolulu
THEY HAVE COME
ANOTHER SHIPMENT OP
The motorcycle Umt i. noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Strength, Power and Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle appeals to all. Its
cost of maintenance and operation is so insignficant as to
make motorcycling th: most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When you stop to eoniider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
operating- cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily gaining in'Vublic favor. And when you bring
to tucse conditions a. machine that is parted in construc
tion, and dependable under the most severe service condi
tions, there can be little cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Rained such a strong hold on public
Call and see our nv stock or send for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
Secretaries or other author-
Ized representatives of clubs
are asked to send In a list of
events, scheduled by them, tint
they may be Included in the
piogram. Address ull commit-
uliutlpps to the Hput'lng Edl-
tor, 10 v e n I u g II u 1 1 e 1 1 n .
Mtty .10: Marines vs. Cavalry
May 30: N. (. . vs.
May 28; Handicap Doubles
June Ii: Coopct Cup.
June 10: Kabulul Cruise.
May 29 Practice.
May .11: Open llngey.
June II: V. M. C. A.
schools. They were planning n
wnlk around Oahtt and asked me If I
would not like to go nlotiB. These
young men knew the delights of
travel on foot. Nearly every Sat- ... . ,,,,,. .. , , ,,., ..
utday and Sundny they spen In ,, A fa,nt .,., b(lgan ,
close Investigation of the beauties of lawn m, in, Wf W(,rfl
natute. They were Inveterate walk- ,1(.,antN ,n a ,, rac, nnil
trs and hnrdened to the trail. They .,,, Kll8,con Br,.w mnTf ,, mnre
knew ever) mountain point, every ( convcon ns we ,)r,)(.eB(,i
gulch, every waterfall. The had 1()Wn e roa( Ag(J , ,(eKnn tQ
the geology (r the Island down to a maRnp mt a ,pw tn,,,,,, ',, 1)P.
liner point than any scientist ever Kllnng , form nn niy feet. ,mt ,,
dared to learn. They could po ni at)r 10Ught , ,UnlK,ed Instantly,
out every dyke and Indicate with wlint! llsers after having walk-
marveious accuracy jusi wnere uaim ,.,, .VP1 ,,. ,, ovpr lftJr ,
was Joined by the conjunction "nr,,,.,. I11H impossible! And yet
I was finally obliged to stop on the
1 and con Inced them that I was de
risotts of examining botanical speci
mens along the roadside, and that If
they did not mind I would linger In
the rear and overtake them later on.
With this understanding they re
ruined their Journey. I was desper
ate and did not care to have them
know of my distress.
As their forms at last disappeared
around a turn in the rond I breathed
a sigh of relief and threw myself at
full length under the thade of a
My first sensation was that of the
joy of having escaped. I did not
t top' to reallxe how I would ever ov
ertake them nor how I would obtnln
food. In fact, these tblng were of
ery minor Importance compared to
Now I had time to look about me
It was a Joyous esrape unit, whatev
er the consequences, I congratulated
After having rested for about two
hours 1 proceeded leisurely along
the road, stopping to study the trees
and flowers, ramble through an old
r.tignr mill, or examine lava and cor
al formations. It was an Interesting
journey, and, before uoon, I had
traveled at least three miles.
I had a sumptuous lunch at a pake
stole, where I purehased n quantity
of hard tack, a can of pie fruit anil
a can of sardines parked In cotton
reed oil nt . cents the tin. It was
not "Halclwa," but It was better
Gas Is Demanded for Economy
GAS has supplantc 1 wood nnd coal in the kitchen.
The thrifty houscw fc and nil well-regulated hotels use
Gas for cooking.
WHY? Because it is Chcau, Quick, Clean, ready for
instantaneous use day or night.
The Fire Insurance Companies make a reduction of 25
per cent when Gas onlv is used for cooking. WHY?
BECAUSE IT IS ABSOLUTELY SAFE.
Contrast your overheated kitchen with its coal hods,
ash pans, wood boxes and other dirt producers with the
modern Gas Kitchen.
WHAT IT COSTS TO COOK A BREAKFAST WITH GAS.
2 Eggs, boiled 3 minutes l-3c
1 Pot Coffee, boiled 10 minutes , 2-3c
S Slices Toast, 3 minutes l-2e
Total 1 l-2c
WE WILL INSTRUCT YOUR SERVANT'. These results
are guaranteed, aud can be demonstrated at any time at
HONOLULU GAS CO., LTD.,
several smaller Islands by means of
lavn Hows. It wns very plainly evi
dent thnt these delightsome spirits
were reincarnations of peripatetic
teachers who belonged to this planet
long ages since.
Here wns Indeed nn opportunity.
The chance to wnlk around the Is
land of Oahu and mingle with the
objects I hnd hitherto been obliged
to view from n dlstnnce, listening
the while to sage comments and wise
observations by my companions.
The thought cnlled to my memory
the Inspired expression of the poet
"To mingle with the universe and
What I can ne'er express, yet can
not all conceal."
To walk, wnlk, walk. What a
delightful chango after being cooped
pretext of repiovlng n pebble from
my shoe. e, there were blister,
It was u poor beginning, but there
Contains tin pa'atablc qualities
that can onty be obtained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity and nutriment.
In the afternoon while basking in
the sun after my heatty lunch 1
henrd the rumble of a stage coming
from the direction of Kaueohe.
Could It be true? 11 was, I pro
ceeded on my Journey by delivering
7.1 fpnfu In ItiM tlflver. ntnl tnklnir n
If tvnli it i,tm hnnlnnltiff littl ltir." . -" ..... ... . ...... ......a
whs no help lo.-Vnnw-i must con-1 P!"on ,m ""' rear ".iO,."'" ""
Soon I ventured the qucstiou, In
ns disinterested a way as I was able,
as to the distance yet to he covered
before we would reach Kaneohe,
"Just over the hill yonder," wns the
answer, and my spirits rose, Hut
we passed over the hill yonder and
then another, and )et another, nnd
before we Anally came to a halt I
hud come to the conclusion that Ka
on hills, and our hotel wns probnb'y
neohe, like Home, wns built on sev
located behind the seventh.
Arriving ut our destination for
the night ut about lO'.-IS I began to
.... In fin nlT1.n ,.,,,, I It flflnC mntltll.
To bo a vagabond for a moment; to "! P . .,,,10"8'".8 '
I walk, walk, walk to my heart's con
tent, without n care In the world,
The stage was bound for I.ale.
The' other passengers consisted of
two Chinamen and a white man, nnd
the driver was a Japanese. I struck
up an Acquaintance with the white
man and learned that he was a
Mormon Hlder. Ho entertained me
with an exposition of the virtues of
Mormonlsm, but my mind was ster
ile to religious teachings. Ho laid
particular stress on the reasonable
ness of polygamy. I asked him If he
was very much married, and he re
plied that ho" was not married at alt. t
On, this I dismissed ail consideration t
of his preaching, lie knew no more
i&Kitm. i-. t.
Lovejoy k Co.,
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
802-904 Nuuanu St., Honolulu
lnhniit hit itnrtrlnw limn rnv nwn
totnfortublt bod, but In t 1 wan ,,... whn iBiu. i .. .....
doomed to disappointment My Hebrew language so I could converse
ltHl. WJJUIllUt H tUU 111 viiu nuiiut , ti-lii.i -
dud drink In the loveliness of the companions nu,. cv uem.y ,uu(, u wh tho an(.eU ater o
MC.es arotmd me. Why did not oth- "rrai.ge , ems or . ee,uK or c...
era do the same thlng-those who e could not llud the bote In the
labored over books all the week, or fa.rk' for w, ere Allied o awl
worn away their lives behind the "to the court house nnd sleep upon
counter a little Jaunt around the u' noor
Island for a Saturday and Sunday's I Hid I say sleep? No, It was not
recreation. I was elud for the In- sleep. Things were not conducive
Good FoIRs Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint Shop. 134 King SI
vitntlon, and I accepted.
to sound, restful slumber. The Ka
ueohe mosquitoes were too ludus-
M-.. ,.ir..in,i m 7!.in lii tho evenlnc trious. The tlcsir waB too hard. I
so ns to enjoy the llrst portion oi will spare ou the tale of aching
our loiirney In the moonlight. I nones, of tne groans as
catrled nothing hut a toothbrush,
nnd, so far as I could see, my com
panions wcie no more heavily bur
dened. They had made all arrange
ments for sleeping nnd eating en
mute, they told me, mid It was en
tirely unnecessary for me to carry
We walked briskly up the Pall
ro'id. The pace was livelier than I
was used to, but I had too much
pride to hint of this fnct to the oth
ers. I was an old walker myself,
from one side to the other, and of
the desperate all-night battle with
ravenous hexapods. It Is too sad a
tale espcclall as I felt It my duty
to smile next morning and exclaim
what an Interesting nnd novel ex
perience It hnd been.
Wu had a breakfast of fried eggs
and rice and washed it down with a
substance the Chinaman called cof
fee. Kggx and rice I had seen be
fore, and was somewhat acquainted
with their taste. Hut pake coffee
Mormon friend proved un entertain
ing companion, and I was sorry
when he got on the ttnge at Kahann.
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and It wns entirely unthinkable that was a new experience, I was un
I complain before men whoso dally able to define It. It was warm and
occupation was no mora laborious t was wet, so I drank It on faith.
than teaching school. At times I ,
even set the pace, although It was Leaving the delightful Kaneohe,
un effort fo do to. The moon hnd we started out with Kahuku for our
not yet put In tin nppearance. It objective point for the night. My
was probably too dark to llnd a suit- companions evidently Intended to do
iible resting place, and so wo hur- their loitering ut the last stage of
tied on. 1 wiib glud when we reach- the Journey, for they started out
ed the top of the I'all half our with strides Hut taxed mo to the
Journey was over nnd we would e'er utmost to keep up. As they weje
long bo sleeping In soft, easy beds, about to gel out of hailing distance
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr.r
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG OARAGE.
Ileautlful Kahaua bay! What a
site for a pleasure resort when the
Islands are more de eloped I It Is
oue of the lovllest spots on earth. '
We skirted along the beach, and I
enjoyed to the fullest degree the
enchanting scenery of this place.
Finally the stage drew up at a
Japanese Blore In lile. I alighted
and began to look about me with
great curiosity. Here was a teal.
Mormon village. In the center of
the village was the Mormon church,
which was dedicated by a King.
Perhaps I would see some worthy
Klder with thirty or forty wives
gathered around him; perhaps there
would be a hundred children or
more; perhaps the number of grand
children It wns too much I
dismissed the thought. All I saw
wns a thrifty, well-behaved, happy
people, earnestly engaged in earning
ii 1 hell hood and their tithe of one
tenth for the church.
This is a little hom'ly on footwear your Sox.
Your feet are entitled to the best give it to them.
They cannot be comfortable in ill-fittinp;, uusnnitaiy sox,
whose colors run and fade, and whose feet rapidly fill
with holes, to run up darning bills.
It's not Economy, either.
"Square Deal" Sox cost no more than the inferior, un
guaranteed kind, and are a lot more satisfactory finest
quality Mercerized Lisle, absolutely fast colors, strontr,
seamless, thin and comfortable, guaranteed to wear six
months, or will be replaced with a new pair free.
That's the Maker's guarantee we back it.
Six pairs in a box black or tan, $2.00.
Now on display in our Bethel street windows.
Call and examine. For sale only by
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KING AND BETHEL STS.
The distance to Kahuku waa
about three miles. I learned that
my companions had passed through
the village only half an hour before,
and I was toon on the road to over
ily a fortunate circumstance they
had stopped on the beach to exam
ine a gigantic Jaw-bone of n whale
that had been washed up on the
sands, and while they were engaged
In photographing it I arrived on the
I blush to say It I told a silent
tin I even went further! I con-
.., . --, - .
trlved to lead them Into believing
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SODA WATER AT HOME
Should not be consideted in the light of an expense, but
as a pleasure that iucrcitFcs the comforts of a home ami
brings delimit to the children.
Formerly cutter for H. P, Roth, is
now in charge of L. B. KERR &
CO.'S TAILORING DEPARTMENT.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLE1F, Manager.
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month