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T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 11, 1909.EVErlNQ DUI.LETIN. HONOLULU,
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for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria
rASTniA has mot wllli pronounced favor on llic part of phjslclans,
'' pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
with result most gratifying, 'i'lio extended use, of Custorl.i, b iinqucattonably tfie
result or tliroo racist i, 'llic Indisputable cvidenco tint it It (nil uile.vs ( ilnd,
Tint It not only allays sliunac li palm utul quiets the mrve, luit usslmilalcs the
food; tfr.l, It Is t.u agreeable and perfect substitute for culbroll. It j absolutely I
safe. It does nottontitiii tiny opium, morphine, or otittt nan otic nnil does not !
itupcfy. It ii uulilie Soothing Syrups, Iliilcnmn's Droits, Godfrey's Coidlal, etc. (
This Is a. good ileal for a medical joiirn.il to my. Our duty, howevi r, ii to expose
danger una record tliu means of navanclng Iicultlt. 'Hit- d.iy for poliniug Inno
cent clilldrcu through greed or igiyiruiico. ought loctid. To onr Knowledge, Cjs
loria ii a remedy which product-) coniposmo utul health. I inrulaliiiir the
tjatein not by stupefying It and our readers iiro ciilu'id to t ie uform illon.
Halt I Journal of Utalth.
nu t SZ39.1.
tlRtiaturu of WJtf7Z
M7otir Ccatorlittanda flrat In tu cla.a. lu my
thirty ) an of practlrt 1 cm ay 1 uercr have fuuud
li.) tUnc that as llllrd U Jilaco."
Wuxiik lllLMOST, U, I) ,
MI haro nitfd yoor Caaloila In th raacof mj own
tab aiul flud It flva'aut to take, and tia o ob'atucd
ricilkut rcaulta frtci lta ate
8. A. Uitiu'ux, Jt TL,
l'lillaJeli tu, 1'a
M I tato plcaasre In tt commrndhff yonr Ca.turta,
tartn rrrommrndfd Its u, e In ntany liiatatina, a,id
contldcf It the beat laxattvu that tuutd h uid, i htorUI cummend lta nAj. llie formula coutali.1
i tinUally fur children. I nothluc dtUtnloua to the rooat drllcataof children.
NaTiiiHial. K. Kiss, II. 1 , bt. Loula, Sto. ! J. IS. Ixijott, ii. D., Netr Tork Cliy.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 3 0 Years.
Milled from the hardest wheat grown
in the. State of Oregon.
And the other
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. I ir llttut J nitil hrlrfttv
etipi'mt Mnm ,
liiacllccftru.ftlijriar. Vi. f? nuUta.xcillriil."
II. J. Tarr, I.-. I) , .
Liocllja, X. V
"I n,l yoir Castorta to bo a rttiidflM fault
remit!. It In tbe l,t tl.ln; for Iblanla and tlitl
dun I fcavc uTvr known and X ircouituei .1 it."
K. K. Ikiuiiui, It. p.,
"ITavlfip darlnc. the pait all year nreacrlbcd your
CanturHi for lulinltla atuinatb dUurdfra, I tiiott
Sold by j
How Statehood Was Won
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Continued from Page 17. '
er nnd bo many others that ii In In- On dlirlng Fault,
vldlous to mentlnn nny out of nil tho! When it cmno to tho IcRlslnture. n
ii, miea who signed tho constitution, now and novel proposition was spiuui:,
tor It Is hlHtory that each couniy sent' which seem now llite tlio copy of tlio
up Its repicsctitnrlvo'nicn, Inequalities of tho old colonial clinr
Theic was very llitlo of p partisan, ters, nn utterly unfair division of rep
tiatiuu that cropped out (ti the conven-i icscntatlon, w filch gives every county,
tlon. .Most of tliu divisions that oc- great nnd small, otic vote In the sell
curicd took plnco -nit other llinn po- ate. It originated with Rurlclgli, n
lltlcal Isiutcs. The first general ex- great old Rcliomer nnd a very cleer
chnluto of ' lews nnd (ipliiloinJ of the
meiiiliera,cH".fc);)ed thtlt It ni( the
Ketierul ilesliu lo make the constitu
tion as simple mi 1 rtions js Misslble
coerlm? all the .nwers necessarv lo
be Included In Hie 01 smile act of a
1,'reat stale; to Bitppress, its far as po.
slble. all legislation Hint should be left
to the future mid tn limit the powers
of thOFc v. ho rliould be cnlh'd on by
the people to fnrmiilnto nnd execute
the lawn only lu mich Kener.il was ns
should pre. cut corporate aRsresioii
nnd presene Ihe rlfihtH, prl liege nnd
llbcitleH of the people; to cionte a
Kovernmeiit stions ciioiirIi lo rule,
but without power to corrupt, op
press or destiny.
It wns fidt that Riich was the desire
for admission Into the Union that nl
nioit nny Instrument adopted by' thai
boly mil ninrnled to tho H'ople
would bi carried nt the election, tc
itardh'Mt of any Injustice. iiiilriiKC or
ItHMiimllty Hint It mlitht contain;
theie.'om the Kieater necessity of
mnkliiK a simple nnd well-expressed
Instrument, nnd not making It a stalk
Iiik horso which would carry through
any Itiwnntlons, howeter plausible
they liiliiht nppear; to piesent n con
Ktltutloii tlnit would cover nil the
needs of Ihe people nnd that would not
be rejected by the conniens which had
called til toRothcr, Willi one or two
exceptions, the men who nmeed on
this proKrainmo fntthfully stood to-
Kcllier ami carried It through.
Tho mhocr.tes of prohibition weie
on hand iirKluir Hint the constitution
forbid tbe salu of liquors, wlno or beer.
The advocates, -of political reforms,
some of which have slnco been added.
were anxious to have their new proj
ects embraced In tho Instrument; nnd
especially tho adtocntes of woman suf
frage were present In strong force
delegates from New York and flnston
being on hand lo rofnforf" th strung
local champions, n i all these re-
quests the roinentlon ,-tooil linn
claiming that It would be unfair to
force them on the people, who had am
ple time and remedy to hao them
vubmlttod on their own merits, when
the results would show the real wishes
nnd Judgment of the people. Jinny
members who favored some of these
propositions ngreed Unit thls"coursn
was the only Just one. Hut In gpltu of
tills tacit agi cement to rule out nil
Innovations nnd new experiments In
Koveini it, the women cmno at one
tlmo wry near cnrrylng their iinliit
lleglniilng Willi only a munll number
01 Mites, iney Kept winning over re
liicttint memb-rs, until uron the final
lest they only lacked a few votes of
a, majority. The cxecutlvo and Judl
clal sections went through without
much opposition. The executive terms
,were made for four ears'wlth the
liellef that It would add dignity to
tho Btato Roternmcnt and perhaps
keep (ho governors fiom using their
places lu nud of aspirations to go to
tho Ilnlleil Slates senate,, it wns In
tended that the stalo elections should
break points with the presidential elec
tions. This failed for certain reasons,
but even now It Is really tho most de
sirable and Important amendment that
should bo inndu, Tlio federal and state
Issues thould bn clear of each other.
What a grand family
medlclno Acr' Sana )a-
rilla M (!ood for tho
child, good for tho par-
cut, good fur tho grand-
.day It is
m c d I
r or Id
o v o r .
' It tn tho Tiouse. Sonictimo
during tho year mmo iuombcr
of tho family will certainly neod It.
boon utcd for ovorilxty yours. Tvstod
nd trlod, nnd uoior found wanting.
Is the beat family medlclno thut ever
was made. It makes pure blood, and
puroblood lithe sourceotgood health.
Ait now made, A'cr' Snrsa
jxirillu contains no alcohol'
TLoie are many linltntlonSanapirilhi
De ouro you get "Ayor'o."
titfini tr Dr, I. C. Ar'& Cd tt,:i, I'll) , U.S A,
NjJjr ., j v
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avSo s ifffSm
innn. IJo wns an exgoe"mor of !)
Koia. inc appointee or oi.i niiuon yam-t-rOn,
and had represented that terri
tory ag deienato In contrer.s. '1 he
main object was lo eliminate the
power of the labor iinloni of Sliver
Itow and lo unite all the cow coun
ties, as they weie called, against tlio
inluliig nullities. Although most un
democratic, the old mini succeeded III
making a combine, which Included
many democratic meml-eis. nnd It still
obtains, giving the scattered volern of
small counties n pqwor In the senate
ocr the others, sometimes exceeding
ten lo one.
This question nnd Ihe question tif n
change In tho location of the capital
were Ihe two most hotly nnd exten
shely contested questions tint cmno
before the convention mid extended
what promised to be n brief meeting
Into sccrul mouths of strife an.! de
hate. The blckcrlugi. nnd bargains on
the capital question bud a bad result
on tliu educational sections. I'm Is
Gibson and the writer made n hard
contest to luno them all located In
one place, regardless of nny town
which should be central, iiecesslble
nud coincident, but the:' weie dMdcd
up, nnd Ibis mistake wll have to he
coi reeled by some futuie generation If
Montana Is ever Rolng to liae n great
In this cmblltcied nnd continued
contest also, where all paily luteiests
were lost sight of. It was neglected
to make a pro or board tu count nud
canvass tho votch. which resulted lu
tho unfortunate division of the legis
lature and many subsequent IIU that
clouded the morning of the new statu,
Hut, on the whole. II was n body of
patriotic and able men, They formed
i' constitution which elicited praises
nil over the Union from the press of
the country, and which won great
laudations In senate and tho house'
Tho section on corporations, the work
largely of Mr. Stap(etou, met kiihip
new questions then coming up In n
way that was greatly approved nil
over the country.
Wherever the constitution hj lacking
or defective the peoplo of tho stale
have the remedy In their own hands
but while tinkering with the consti
tution Is a mania with somo peoiU.'
and many legislators, changes should
lie seriously considered and carefully
made The Intelligent und patriotic
IM'oplo of Montana can, however, Ik
fcufel.v1 treated to inaku uny such lui
pmvement us may be bliowu by the
progrens of Hie limes lo bo for Ihe
Rood of the people.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record, Cc. 9, 1909,
from 10:33 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kaohlkl C,v) et nl tn K. Sato 1
Kllza Richard & hsb to O. .1. Waller...l
AV. A. Kinney & wf to nKual Hull
wuy Co i)
James I). Mclnciny to Kenjlio Odo..!
Senjlro Odo & wf to James 1. Mc-
Entered for Reccrd, Coc. 10, 1939,
from 8:30 a. m, to 10:30 a. m.
II. A. Ileen to Oaliu Sugar Co. l.td...l.
H, F. Lewis & wf 10 Wllllum A. Ram
II. P. Lewis ii wf to Walter I). Lo
well T II
Cenlrnl Union Church. lllblo
School ut 8:60. Jlen's League lllble
flats at 9:r,0. "Jesus vs. the I'll 1-
rlsees."" "The Individual vs. the
Institution." Marl 12. Morning
fi"vleo ut 11. 'Viii'ou b" the min
uter, "Tho Socrct of tho Overilow-'
Ing Church." Anthem, "Hnvy dle.ut
llful Upon tho Mountain." Siilnuuv.
Offeiloiy Solo, Mis. Macltnll. Chris-
thin Kndeuvor at (1:30. I'llgrlm's
Iji ogress Series, continued, Missy
rrancis lllnilt, leader. Kvenlng
tuivlee nt 7:30. Sormo'n by tho
Minister. Young America's Relig
ious Questions, V Tlio lllblo Muglc
or Historic. Record. Anthem, "Je
sus, My Savior, Uok on Me," Kev
in. A coidlal Invltutlon to all.
When Raliy was slen, wo gave her
When Bhe was a Child, she cried for
When blio became Miss, she clung to
When' alio had Children, sho gavo them
Manoa Improvement Club.
A meeting of the Manoa Impiove.
"lent Club will be held at the lest
deuce of Judge H. U. Cooper, I'uu
pueo, Manoa Valley, on Tuesday eve
iiIiir, December 11. 1909, nt 7::i
cMock. S. DIJ FRiniST,
keep apace with
Specifications for the Cily Mausoleum' have been
approved by the Board of Health
W. V. HALL, Trcs.
If Is No Gamble:
Because vc know jou
aie Roinn; to cct satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
class and fit perfectly.
(let your clothes made
to yonr measure by us
at jcady - to wear
A new lino 0 suit
ings just received from
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
BEOAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel. ,
Delivered to residence,
nd offices t 25o pci
hundred in 10-lb. loti
W. O. BARNHAUT,
1JS Merchant M.
being shown. '
Boston Dldg. Fort Street.
deal, Sanitary, Permanent
System of Burial
buiir.1 to interment in a concrete mrj3o!cu:n-marks a
in kccpini; withthc Movement, in Honolulu today t(
IDEAL, BECAUSE IT IS THE LATEST -AND BEST.
SANITAEY, BECAU&E IT 13 CJlISTIlUCrED .CCOnDIHO '
KNOWN FACTS OF SANITATION.
PERMANENT, BECAUSE IT I mDESISUCriBLE.
Illustrate.! Bookie t Free on Bequest.
Thonc 421. J. H. TOWNSEND, Tre.-.s.
PREMIUM Hams are BHJtLSSi
selected from the.finestZSTW
CORN-FED young pork-'JiKJ flf 7
ers. This makes them fS3CiL
If you want a hat that
be greatly admired, bu one
c placed on sale Wedtie&tlay
ALL AT GREATLY
102S Nuuanu Street.
will ttmur.anl attention and
of the dainty creations which
mernlnu, December 1st.
RtDUCED PRICES "
y'u. IntoV T