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EVENINCJ ItULlItiTtN, -HONOLULU, T. II., TUE8DAY, OCT. 12, 1D09.
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& I yctr Infanta and Children.
THAI4 iXV 4 XT3 nro peculiarly mrceptltto to opium nnil Its various prep
arations, ill ot vrlilrh nro narcotic, Is well known, Even In tho smallest
dora, If continue! 1, these opiates causa cliaugre In tho functions and growth of
tho cells, which nro lil.cly to Wo mo perniunent, i-nuiin Imbecility, mental
perversion, a crnv. iitf for alcohol or narcotics in later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable ncroiis dyspepsia and link of staying powers, nro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quljl in their infuncy. Tho rulo among
physicians is that children should never receivo opi.ites In tho smallest doses for
mora than a uny nl a umo, mm only then li unavoidable.
Tim oujiilnlstraltsn ot Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to cliiUhtii by any but a ph) skluu ennnot bo too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should r ot bo n party to It. Children who arc ill need the, attention
cf a physician, and it ,'rt nothing less than a crime to dose them willfully with nar
cotics. Castoriacontahtsno narcotics If it he.irs tlio signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
elgiinlurc of ' C&xrfffeUcM.k,
Your preparation known si Cai
r preparation known si vartoria I fcaTouu-u
for yrari in chllitrvn'a complaint nnd 1 Lato fount
nothing Utter." Jons J. In rA, M. U.,
For lateral jean I rrcommrtit'rd jonr 'Caatorla
snil thall ahtaja conUnno t do to, u It bat lnrt.
rlably vrodiciJ lumOclal milu "
Edwik r. l'AiiDif, :.!)., Sew York Clt.
"Yoor Cantoris la a intirrnrlona DouuhoU
remrfjr. ltlaliurtlf TcsetaMir and acta aa a mild
cathartic Auots all. It dots no h-rni, nhlch la
more tlian can b aaHl o.' tho grtst majority tt cUI
Victor It. Comwi, St. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's CastorEa.
In Use For Over 30 Years.,
inOH-CLASS PAPEB-HAKGINO. DECORATmQ,
AND QENXEAL PAINTIHQ.
J ELITE BUI1DINQ.
Tuesday Evening, Oct. 12, at 8 o'clock Wednesday Evening, Oct. 13, at 8 o'clock
And Wednesday Matinee at 3 o'clock
RETURNING HOME AFTER TRIUMPHAL TOUR OF THE MAINLAND, WHERE THEY WERE EN
THUSIASTICALLY GREETED IN EVERY CITY AND TOWN VISITED. PRAISED BY THE LARGEST
AUDIENCES EVER GATHERED TO HEAR A MUSICAL ORGANIZATION.
Unstinted praise from the Pacific to the Atlantic and back
Seats for the Concert will be on sale' at the Orpheum Theater Saturday Morning, Oct. 9, at 10 o'clock
Reserved Seats; - $1.00 Box Seats, - $1.25 General Admission, - 50c
84 ARTISTS 84 ARTISTS
" I bnva ptccrlbcc your Cutorla tn nvrar ctfteft
im I hftvo Jwj found It An efficient and speed
remedy." A. F. Vzttzu, M. D , SL Uxilg, Mo,
" I haTo n'til your Cwtorla In raj own hoanhold
with pnKl rv-milts. And hare advl tctcral patient
to Bo It fur Id mtll, laxitlto effect and frMdona
from harm." K&wahd rARnvii, M. D,
Urooklyn, X T.
"TorrCviorta hold the itm of tho medical
prctfrMlon In a nunnt r hold by no other proprietary
prri'iratloii, HUa lure and reliable uicdlclna for
Infants and rblldrru. In fact It It tho nnlrcrial
touHhold rrmetly for lofantlle allmcnt4.
J, A. rAJucxa, M. DM Kanata City, Mo.
START WORK FOR
Ten Day's Campaign Opens
With Big Dinner At
, He It resolved that the citizens ot
Honolulu here nsremblcd, rcntcscnt
Ing nil lines ut Industrial, lonimcr
dnl nnd professional activity in our
city, heartily upproc of the steps
taken by tho board of directors of
the Young Jlen's Christian Ast.oclii-
tion, and that we unitedly ptocecd nt
onco to BjBtcnmtlctilly canvass for
funds for a now building, condition"
Ing ultimate success upon our secur
ing nt leant one hundred thousand
dollnis In sub crlpt Ions by Friday
night, October 22, 1309, nnd that
we, Indhldually and collectively,
ptcllgu our hearty support, both of
time nnd means, to the accomplish
ing of the undertaking.
This lesnluttun Introduced by Trcd
Wnldion, following n speech by the
secretary of the Y. M, C. A., was tho
signal for the formal launching ot
the ten days' riimp.tlgn to raise
$150,000 for the new Y. M. C. A.
building which one of the speakers
said would be ready for tho houso
wiirmtng n ear hence.
Over two huntlrcd business men ot
the city assembled nt dinner hist eve
ning In the lutiuka pavilion of tho
Alexander Young Hotel, to further
the campaign for the Y. M. C. A.
building. It was "dutch treat."
They ueie all Invited and nil paid
for the dinner, nnd all glad to bo
there. After hearing speeches by
President Trent of tho Y. M. C. A.,
George It. Carter, Governor Krcar,
Judge Dole, Judge Wood ruff and Sec
retary Super, they all Joined In tho
slogan "Honolulu United" with sun
dry cheeis nnd thunders of applause.
Then they passed the resolution.
After that the heads ot the vari
ous committees were called up, Mr.
Carter prefacing this feature of the
program by stnting thnt V. G. Ir
win befoie leaving had given his
check for $5,000.
J. I. Cdoko followed for his com-
mltteevnnd stated thnt he could an
nounce n $10,000 subscription tor
ll. V. llaldwln.
Trunk Athcrton, speaking for his
(ommlttec, K.ttd thnt ho could not
name the donor nt that time, but he
could gunrnnteo nnother $10,000
One of the other committeemen
snld that his party had $500 that
they were suio of.
Thus beforo the evening was over
subscriptions of $25,000 were ie
ported, nnd Carter said that among
tho salaried men some had Mgnlfled
that they Intended to glvo one
month's salary from their yearly
stipend for the good ot tho cause.
Tho committee. In chnrgo ot the
The World - Famous
cnmpalgn that will occupy tho next
ten days nrc amde up its follows:
Company A Geo. It. Carter, cap
tain; Z. K. Mjrrs, II. M. Von Holt,
L. T. l'cck, A. N. Campbell
Company 11 Hlchard -.It Trent,
captain; J, D. Mclnerny, M. P. Hob
Inson, Norman Wntklns, Kred L.
Company C J. 1. Cooke, captain;
John Fleming, W. A. Ilowen, J. M.
Dowsctt, C. II. Athcrton.
Company O Geo. V, Davles, cap-
tnln; Alex. Llmlsny, Jr., II. V. Wlch
mnn, W. !'. Dillingham, Abrnm Lew
Company n Krnnk C. Athcrton,
captain; V. A. Love, W. II. Cnstlc,
J,ohn Wnterhousc, Dorcmus Scudder,
YOUNQ MEN'S I1USINESS COMMIT
F. E. Stecrc, geucrnl chairman.
Division 1 Georgo II, Angus,
leader; Cushmnn Carter, Chns, It.
Krnjtler, S.A. Walker, W. W. Thay
er, O. I Hush.
Division 2 A. I,. Cnstlc, leader;
Y. 0. Hall, D. J. Styne, E. O. Hall,
Albert Afong, V. A. llryan.
Division 3 Chas. S. Crane, lender;
O. I.,. Sorcnson, Ed Deckum, V. T.
Pope, Itoscoo Perkins, Will J. Cooper.
Division 4 Frederick D. Lowroy,
leader; II. 1). Mnrincr, W. II. Sopcr,
Henry Easton, II. G. Dillingham,
Division 5 Wm. T. Schmidt, lead
er; II. Glade, J. V. Child, II. W. Hey
nobis, c)0. Mattel. P. 1.. Home.
Division 6 Geo S. Wntcrhouse,
lender; C. 11. Tracy, A. D. Cooper,
Mark Johnson, Arthur Mcintosh, Ed
YOUNGER MEMI1EKS' COMMIT
Dr. E. II. Hand, general chairman.
Hustlers C. J, Hunn, captain.
' Ilustlars J. C. Anderson, captain.
Mr. Hunn and Mr. Anderson, who
arc lining up two teams of twenty
men, nil younger men, to canvass
among tho ounger men of the city,
will meet for n dinner of their own
tonight at the Y. M. C. A. at C
o'clock, nnd they propose to show tho
older men how to hustle.
CAPTAIN MILLER SECURED
SOME VALUABLE SALVAGE.
Salvage, to tho value of over $2,
000 was secured from the bottom of
tho harbor yesterday by Captain
Miller ot the local salvage company.
The big anchor and some forty-five
fathoms of heavy chnln belonging to
tho Mntson Navigation steamer Hyn
des was hauled up from n position
near the entrance to the channel by
the winches of the steamer James
The 'anchor nnd tlialn was lost on
last' Friday evening as the Hyadcs
was making the entrance to tho port.
A pin guve way, letting tho henvy
anchor nnd a large section of chain
drop to the bottom. Tho local salv-
ago people spent the greater pnrt of
Sunday and this morning nt the
work. The Mackee was nsslsted In
the salvage operation by the tug Intrepid.)
WILL APPEAR AT
Hawaiian Opera House
J. C. Cohen Preaents
Master of Magic
And the World's Greatest
AND AN ABLE COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11,
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.
Prices 25o to $1.00
Reserved Seats at Bergstrom Mil
J. Abadie, Prop.
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Buiinett Suits for $25.
M. A. Ghinst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
On easy monthly payments.
BROWN & LYON CO.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
An elegant line just received.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
PHOTO AND ART CO.
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 52.
SH0ULD THE TRANSPORT ARRIVE EARLY ENOUGH ON TUESDAY THERE WILL BE. A MAT
INEE AT 3 P. M. ONE CONCERT WILL BE A SYMPHONY, AND IT WILL BE THe'fIRST TO BE
GIVEN HERE BY AN ORCHESTRA OF THIS SIZE.
Last Performance of
Wise & Milton
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY
Vaudeville and Moving
Great Film ot
THE MARATHON RACE.
Fort Street, Below Beretania,
BEST VAUDEVILLE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
AMERICAN CRAYAN ARTIST.
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
HUNTING BIG GAME IN
RETURN OF THE ARM0NS,
Saturday, Monday and Friday,
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10t JO
Miss Emma Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World.
ADMISSION 15c; Skates, 15o
HOTEL STREET, NEAR BETHEL.
Watching the :
SUNDAY, OCT. 17.
1:30 P. M.
K. A. C. vs. J. A. C. ,
U. S. M. C. vs. 0. A. C.
First Game of Second Series.
Seats ...10c, 15c, 25c
WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
Cor. Hotel .and Bethel Sts.
Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
Admission lOo. Ladies Free.
Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
Blank Wiks of all sorts, ledgers,
;tc., manufactured by the Dullotla
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