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for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
INTACT MORTALITY Is something frightful. Wo can hardly rcallu
that of all tho children born In civilized countries, twcnty-ljvo pertont., ot
ncnrly one-quarter, dlo buforo tlipy" reach ono (year; tlilrty-sevon por cent., ot
mora than onc-lhlrd, before they nro five, and ono-lulf beforo they aro fifteen t
Wo do not licmtiito to Ray that a timely me of Casterla would save a majority
of llicso precious lives. Neither do wo hesltato to say that many of thcsotnfnntiU
deaths nro occasioned by tho usoof narcotic preparations. Drops, .llncturei one
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain mora or less opium, oi
morphine. They are, In coniiderablo quantities, deadly nolsoni. In nny quantity,
thoy stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickness, death. Cantoris
opvrules exactly the rc erne. It causes tho blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of tho skin and allays fever.
Physicians Recommend Castoria.'
I bare Med your CaitorU In caaoa of colic la
children and hare ftmnit It tho bent medicine of Itl
kind on the market." J. E. BiMreox, M. 1).,
5 Chicago, III.
A medicine ao valuable and beneficial for chit.
drinaeTouriaMorinltdvefruitlia hlgttc.t praise.
1 sod It la on emjKbcrc."
J.B.AiixaxDcn, M P.,
" nam nucd yonr Caitorla en Tarlnna occasion
In nultable caace and have fuunJ It a piUUhlo and
niclcntlatathc, efjwclally In tho varloua dlMaici
of childhood "
Cnu. EuwanD OanDiNcn, M. D ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
IrfUse For Over 30 Years.'
Where To Buy
You can get the most for your money here. Whether
you want a zinc or porcelain lined refrigerator, whatever
you want, large or small, you can buy it to the best ad
vantage from our large stock.
Tlieo. H. Davies & Co.,
Mil. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, CaL, and he is now employed by M. E.
SILVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of
business, and as a practical, embalmer has had 16 yean' ex
perience, Mr. L. H, Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva are now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the female cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
ML E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
HIGH-CLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING, "
AND GENERAL PAINTING,
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
&', J'JSa-M ' cnnriuitccs Rcnutno
" Cattorla li rood for children anil I frronentlt
prcicrltw It, ami alwaja obtain tlia dnlrcd rciult."
P. OtnlLD Uuttxm.M. D ,
Ilaffalo, N. Y,
" I hate prcncilbeil Cu'nrla to fanlllce for aercral
ii at!, it la all rlkt, Jl.it'jcn like II, for children
n til take It nllhoot any tronblc."
C. A. Wiuox, M. P ,
tit. Loula, Ho.
" Tonr Caatorla l a a plcmtld remedy for children,
know n the world over. I no It In my practice and
have no hrfllancy In recommending It for th. com.
plain ta of Infanta and children.
J. A. Vouxit, M. 1) , '
. , Eaiuu City, Mo.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic 'Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
tacles properly fitted call on him.
Night Call 1014.
CLEARANCE SALE CONTINUES
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN PRICE.
TO CHANGE PLANS
Telephone Company Will
Enlarge Conduit For
Evidently liollcvlng that thty could
riiaku a change In the appointment, o(
a rond Inspector In Kuolatt, a position
now hold by Clint. Clark, YVfns Ajlett,,
at tho tneolliiK of tho llonnl of Super
visors Inst night, nimlu a request which
nns compiled with by Deputy County
Attorney Mllu-rton, to furnish him
'villi a written legal opinion regarding
the legality or Illegality of Clark's np
Ajlett, milled with nuthorlty as to
his tights mid privilege In making
Mich request, thundered ho loud thai
Qiilim jumped to his feet nnd said
that It was simply a Haste of time for
Ajlett to do ho, hetauso Clark hud al
ready been appointed and was non
doing the work,
Kane ultnplKled tho plllkla by sug
gesting that tho Deputy County Attor
ney rentier his opinion orally then.
"No, no," thundered Ajlett. "J
would llko to get u written opinion
front tho County Attorney regarding
tho legality or Illegality of the appoint
ment of Chas. Clark."
"That Is simply wauling time." lu
piled (Julnii, "because the Hoard re
scinded Its rorimr action In tho mat
ter, and subsequently Clark was legal
y appointed with tho approval of
County Engineer Gore.''
"Tho Hoatd made a mistake," re
plied Ajlett "li3causo It did not re
consider Its former motion, before ic
ippointliR .Mr. Cbrk'"
"What Is jour point?" Interiupteil
'I want tho Hoard to do Its work
egalljV nnsncrfd Aylctt.
"Let's hear front Mr. Mlherton,
hen," BUggebtcd Kane.
Major Kern, who had been listen
ing to tho remarks of tho members
Jtme to Ajlett's rvscun and Instructed
Deputy County Attorney Mlherton to
'omply with Aylctt's lequcst.
Mutual Telephone Company.
Oeo. It. Carter, treasurer of tho Mtt
ual Telephone Company, In his letter
to the Hoard, dated October 1, stated
the dlrcctois of tho company were
a tiling to change Its plans, enlarge
ts conduits so ns to furnish tho comi
ty, for Its pollco and flro alarm wires
inly, with n thieolnch flbro duct and
Veep snmo In repair, during the con
tinuation of Us charter (27 jenrs) for
lu per duct foot, nnd exemption
from tho Inspection fees for tho open
ings In tho roads. On motion of Quinn
tho lettor was reforrcd to the County
Mlnrnej', who has already tnken the
natter Into consideration. Tho Conn
y Attorney, It Is snld, Is about Teady
to submit his opinion on tho subject.
Lane's Appointment Questioned.
In his communication to tho Hoard
.Mayor Tern pointed out tho fact that
tho vote which resulted In tho appoint'
nvnt of Lot C. I.ano ns fish Inspector,
should bo reopened, and either make
his appointment legal or appoint an
other mnn. Ho said that his conten
tion was upheld by tho First Deputy
$2,750 Large Cottatre in good
condition and well painted. Three
bed rooms, electric liphts, sewer.
Corner lot' 50x150. Fruit trees On
Ktiakini Road, near car. Bargain.
P. E. R.Strauch
74 S. King St.
Fresh Kodak Films, Post Cards, Kodaks
, This is the largest shipment we have ever received at one time
and everything is absolutely new and fresh.
1 " ' ' ' M i i . i ii '
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
, ,' ' .'III , 'S
HONOLULU, V. II., SATURDAY,
and City County Attorney. Without
discussion the matter was referred to
tho Committee on Health and Sanlta
New Automobile Stand.
That tho automobile business Is a
profitable enterprise Is evidenced by
the fact that last night C. V. Peter
son, for himself, and othcrsr Including
Robert Menaugh, J. K. Kalclktnl, Hob-
ert Hcjamlt, tlco. Spencer nnd Mr.
Henford, wrote to the Hoard, asking
Its permission to establish nnd main
tain nu automobile hack stand on the
Walklkl side of Bethel street, between
Hotel and King streets. On Qulnn's
motion tho letter wns referred, to the
Commlttic on Konds nnd Ilrldges, who
are apparently In fnvor of the propo
sition. Police Committee.
This committee, to whom 'was re
ferred certain communlcatlonss re-
ardlng the pajment by the City nnd
County of the premiums on all the
surety bonds of District Magistrates,
repotted against tho proposition. They
recommended that tho City and Coun
ty should not Incur nny such expense.
Ways and Moans Committee.
With reference to tho compensation
of school janitors, this committee re
torted that the scale of pay It has
adopted gives 3U as the highest, $23
as second and $20 and $15 for the rest.
It Invohcs an Increase of 1114 a
month. The same committee reported
that the janitor of Kautmvela school
had icslgned. The same commuted
reported tho janitors' pay-roll, which
follows: rohuknlnn school, $20; Kan-
humanti, $25; McKlnlcy High, $30;
Katulanl, $25, assistant $20; Central
Grammar, $30; Central Primary, $25;
Katiluwcla, $20; Central Ornmmar as
sistant, $20: Kalihlwacna, $25; Mac-
mae, $10; loyal, 125; vaiaitta, $25;
Mollllll, $20; Panoai $20.
Committee On Fire Department
and Electric Lights.
This Commttteo recommended to
tho n,rd the Installation of six small
lights In the Chinese. Ccmetory'r road,
In I'nuoa valley; sujtnbc lights on Kl
nau street, between Kccaumoku and
Pllkoi; three small lights on Pita
I.nne In place of the arc light now In
opciatlon, and twenty eight lights In
tho Knlmttkl section of the city and a
fow lights for Alcwa Heights roads.1
Committee on Roads, Bridges, Etc.
According to the report of this com
mittee, $i,336 21 were spent for tho
maintenance of roads in Honolulu for
tho month of September; $80 50 for
Bwa, $393 for Walanae and $392.73
for the collection ana disposition of
garbage. The Doard also appropriat
ed $12,500 to complete tho Katuanul
beach road, '
The same commlttco reported that
$999.85 had been OMendcd for tho
District of Ewaj
Japanese Htck Stand,,,.,,
Chang 8am, ownerofa two story
frnmo building on King s'frcot, oppo
site illlha, requested the Board to
order tho Japanese hacks not to stapd
In front of his piaco of business, as It
was a menaco to his business. Tlje
uommitieo on uoans, unuer wnose jur
Isillctlon this matter comes, who had
made investigation of tho premises.
reKirted that the Japanese hackmen
had promised to keep 'the placo clean
and In sanitary condjtlon. In the
meantime they will comply with Chang
Commlttco on Public Expenditures
submitted Its reports In writing
which, after adoption, woro placed on
Thore being no other business on
tho clerk's desk tho meeting ad
journed. ' ,
When Daby was sick,' we gavo her
When she was a Child, the cried foi
When she became Miss, the clung 'to
When she had Children, she gave tham
9-"'' or '.Rent" card on ! al
' RulMIn ntflnn.1
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We have Kodaks and Cameras
from $i upward
OCl 5, iJ69.
Charity covers a multitude of sins,
and It must never (o forgotten that
tbe minstrel show of the bojs of
tho West Virginia at the Opera
House last night wns for Charity.
When the half hundred mnn-of-wnrsmen
cast off their militant togs
and "busted" out In empurpled glory
to the tune of coon rhjmcs and shuf
fling feet, the audience had an Im
pression of being entertained to
such n degree that they have not yet
recovered from it. The boj-s woro
typical twontloth century minstrels,
nnd the jokes nnd gags were tho us
ual relics of tho Pltostcne Age. Once
or twice they got off some brand
new jokes and the audience never
turned n hnlr. They had to get
bHck to the white-headed ones, for
It doesn't do to bring Innovations
Into a minstrel show.
The Bongs wero well sung by good
singers, and tho orchestra was ex
cellent In accompanying the vocal
ists. Midshipman Donoyln, the
wiggling coon, made a hit with that
dear old ditty, "I Loc My 'Ife, but
O You Kid," and the audience hand
ed out large gobs of applause vfhlle
tho ushers passed the laughing gas.
When Dahlln sang "Shine On,
Harvest Moon," Dodgeworth, who
was making n hit u an end man,
Kept a lighthouse going In his shirt
front to the Intense amusement of
the people on the other side ot the
footlights. Mr. Dodgeworth ex
plained that It was tho Harvest
Moon Shnln' On.
The West Virginia Acrobatic Four,
Montgomery, Parker, Schleson und
Hunter, presented some really excel
lent stunts and put enough slips in
their performance to take them out
of the professional class. Heed nd
McKnlght us the premier buck and
wing artists, did line work in dou
ble harness. D. M. Allen, .the com
edy juggler, did some nonclt.ilent
nnd careless work, and proved him
self to bo n coming wonder when he
really sets himself to practice. It
would be a shame to waste his hands
on anything else when they can
wiggle about In a juggling exhibi
tion like they did nost night.
Tho National City Quartet pre
sented modern medleys ot the latest
tunes and answered to one real en
core and on pipe dream.
The "Hotel Halfback" was denot
ed on tho program as a comedy in
pne Eccnc, which was very fortu
nate, because theatrical precedents
would never have found a classifi
cation for It. It appeared to bo Im
promptu, tickled the audience nnd
fulfilled Its duty to n proper degree.
The cast follows: r
SIlaB, thojiotcl keeper. .Montgomery
Sells, a traveling 'salesman
Jacob, the butcher next door. . . .
Chascm, a musician Welser
White, porter of the hotel. .Lamkcy
Eddy, n tramp Corcoran
Terry, a tough ono , Mnx
Carrie, a waitress Cranstun
Song "You'll He Sorry Just Too
Scene The Hotel.
Time Not jet, but soon.
Owing to the counter attraction
last night of the chief petty officers
ball, not such a large crowd attend
ed tho minstrel Bhow ns might be
wished, but as the program Is re
peated tonleht ttlA hnva l.n.. I.I I. a
I given a chance to see their good
Jieartcdness j-etvarijed, for the re
ceipts go to the Associated Charities.
Fort near Hotel "
N MINSTREL SHOW
More than likely you've al
lowed your Stomach, Liver
and Bowels to become weak
and inactive, and if such is
the case, you cught to take a
You'll find it just the medi
cine you've been needing. It
will tone and strengthen the
''inner man" and prevent
Sick Headache, Billiousncss,
Kidney Troubles, Dyspepsia,
Indigestion and Malaria,
Kor sale by Denson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; HollMor Drug Co., Ud.;
Chambers Drug Co, Ltd ; llllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
12 per .cent. Net
Fonrt Al houses on Kt- 5
nau. near Alapai; in
vestigate ,. $12,500.00
Near McKinley High
School; ten rooms and
bath: lot 80x295; co3t
$10,000; your own
1 A -beautiful six-room.
Bungalow. Lot lOOx
A Sea View
Home on Kapiolani St.,
near Spencer; 8 rooms
and bath; an ideal
home. Lot 75x125.. 3,750.00
Payinc Tent. Own your
home; G rooms and
bath,, cas and electric
lights; easy terms ... 2,750.00
Ncar'Wyllic St, car line.
lot 100x200; only...
Of a bungalcw in Kni-
muki, near Convent; 5
rooms and bath. Lot
Are You Satisfied
"To always1 pay rent t Buy
a home on Lusitana;
G rooms and' bath.... 1,000.1
To purchase a home on
easy terms; 6 room
bungalow. Lot 176x
372; near Waialae
To -stop yaying rent. 5
room cottage on Kau
kini St., near Liliha.
Lot 60x140 1,000,00
-Near Seventh and Waia
lae Roads; 6 rooms.
Lot 50x110; your oyn
terms; only ..,.'.... 1,150,00
83 Merchant' St.'
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment,
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Feci "All In?
1UC OlttNUrtUU X,JjAailUA !
fiinislics p.ivc tlie greatest t
caiiiractlon or nny varmints
ELASTICA NO. 1.
Foi exterior viork.
ELASTICA NO. 2.
Tor iiitirior work.
ELASTICA FL00U FINISH.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. Kit:;: St.
- . i
A bip; stock of SCHOOL BOOKS,
COMPOSITION BOOKS, PENCIL
TABLETS, INKS. RUBBEB ERAS
ERS, SCHOOL BAGS, etc.
SCHOOL BOOKS AT LIST PRICE.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Remember the Phcs.
We have an attachment wjiicli you
:an fatten to nny Edison phono
xraplt, except the '"Gem," and play
tmbcrol 4-minutc records. We can
ihow" you more about this attach
r.cnt iu a minute than we could cu
riam in an hour. Come nnd see it.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
. tulo I.earafMIGY
l I. lll.VUl JlTS
J. Abndic, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
Beautiful assortment at
Second floor, Boston Bldg.
Beautiful New Hats
Just i Arrived, .
Now on view at
Dunn's Hat Shop,
Cor. Fort and Beretania, '
5,-CENT CIGAB "
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.'
Wong Wong, l
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
)ilce: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
Kine St.; P. 0. Box 014. '
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED gQOK.
Everything in Season. .,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We want to sec all our old cus-
tomers come back.
DULLCTIN ADS PAY ".
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