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for Infants and
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT INFANTS ore peculiarly susceptible to opium anil lis vuious prep
' aralions, all of which aro narcotic, Is Well known. Eves la tho" Smallest
doses, if continued, theso opiates cnuso charges In tho functlot. and growth ol
tlie cells, which aro likely to become- permanent, causing ynbccillty, menial
perversion, a craving (or alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous dlscascssuch
m intrsctablo nervous dyspepsia and lack ol staying powers; aro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy, Tho rulo among
physicians is that children should never receive opiates in tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a tlmo, and only then It unavoidable.
The administration ot Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not bo a party to It, Children who aro 111 need tho attention
of a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to deso theni willfully with nar.
cotios, Castoria contains no narcol les If 1 1 bears the slgnaturo ot Clios. n. Fletcher.
NOT FOR PREMIER
LONDON', Kcb. 21. Tho Irish Nnllonnllst members of the llouso
of Commons today announced that they will not support tho Premier.
This ileclnratlon settles the fnte of the administration. It Is believed,
and another election bcchu Imminent.
Tho recent election resulted in n gain for the Unionists, but the
Mbeinls retained sufficient strength to give them a good working ma
jority, provided thnt they could depend on the Irish Nationalist mem
ber. It was believed that promises of home rulo for Ireland would
tecum the needed support. The announcement, thnt f-Asqulth can not
depend upon 'the Irish ote changes the aspect of the' situation, how
ever. . ,
"Toot preparaUon known at Cutoria I have u-el
lor reus In chlldran'i complaint and I bars found
nothing better.' Joint J. Larra, M. D.,
H ( Clerelcnd, Ohio.
Tot MTtral ytara I rcoommnided joor 'CutotU'
and thatl alwara conUnna to do m, u It hu lora
rlably prodacad beneficial remit."
Edwi F. rnni, M. D., New Tork City.
"Toor Cutorl It a tnnltorioni honiehoM
remedy. It Is purely rtgetalilo tnd ecu a mild
uUunlc above til, It doi no lunu, nihlch It
'note than can be aald of tjo great majority cf cbll
Viofoa H. Oomcw, U. D., Omaha, Neb.
I hire prescribed rota Ctttorla In many cut
tnd liaTo Jwyi found It an efficient and speed
TtuoCj." A. 7, Pin, in, M. D., St Loals, Mo,
" X have wed your Castoria In my own hoaMfiold
trUh Rood nuH, and hare adtlacd aeTeral patient
to on It for It mild, luattra effect and freedom
from barm.1 Edward Fuumn, Jf D.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
"TocrCflPtorla hold tho cteem of tho medical
profon.on In a wanner held by no other proprietary
preparation, UUfi tnru and reJtab1oamediclno far
Infanta rnd chldirn. In fact It la the nnlrvraal
houuLoM remedy for lofantllo ailment.
J. A. riaurn, M. D- Kanaas City- Ho.
Cry for Fletchor'o Caotorta.
Use For Over SO Y'ears.
TNC OtrtOI )MiAt,, TT ! ltf IttTtn fl,
l' VctW ' 'qv T tte ft: J i""if1'rrrt
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83 arid 05 King Bttect, Hear Maunakea Strcxt
RETAILERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE '
GROCERIES We aim to (rive our customers the best value
. - at the lowest possible prices, and 'claim to
be "money-savers" for prudent cash buyers.
5c;, 10c., 15c. poods are a feature of our business, and la-
' '.' dies will be surprised at the numerous arti-
( ;( cles of value that can be purchased for
Ai iv ik i. w 'these small amounts.'"
HOUSEHOLD wares are betas continually added to our
stock, and we now have a varied assortment
' daily required by every family.
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LABOR TROUBLES MAY CAUSE GENERAL TIE-UP.
l'HII.AUCI.l'lIIA, Kcli. 21. Clarence Trait, national labor organ
izer mill lender ot tho sulking Btrcet-cnr men, ivas nrrcBtcd tudny
c'harRcd with Inciting n riot. Intense indlgnntlon at'tlio action of tlio
authorities Is evident among organized labor nnd further trouble Is
threatened. Troops nre ready for. nctlon.
As Boon ng tho news ot 1'ratt's arrest reached tho nubile, s)min
thlzcrs whu had theretofore retrained from taking any active part In
tho trouble became, highly indignant and talk ot a sympathetic strlko
was rife. Last night n general strike Involving moro than 100,000
workers was threatened.
Tho Governor Is hero and will probably remain hero pending tho
settlement of tho difficulties. Throe regiments of State troops arc
ready for Instant service should the sltuntlon get beyond tho power of
the police. The conditions ure critical, and tho militiamen may be
called tupon at-any moment. '"
Five carloads of strikebreakers arrived here today to take the places
of the men who have gone out. When they start to, work this morning
It Is feared that further and graver troubles -may result. The city
street car servlco Is now paralyzed and business Is suffering In conse
quence. Much damage has been done to rolling stock.
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WOULD RUN GOVERNMENT CHE APER.
WASHINGTON, Teh. 21. Sen ntor Aldrlch, on the floor of the
Senate, today made the statement t hat he would unde'rtako to run the
government of tho United States to r $300,000,000 less per annum than
tho present cost. '
Tho Scnato dlncussoj bills pro vldlng for tho Issuing ot (30,000,000
worth of Irrigation certificates, nnd also talked over tho proposed In
vestigation of Imslncjs methods ot tho country.
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CHARGE JUDGESHIPS ARE AUCTI0NE DOFF.
ALBANY, Feb. 21. Resolutions were introduced In the Senate to
day calling tor an Investigation In to the charge that places on tho New1
York Supreme bench havo been n tic tinned off.
Madlron Avenue Ilnpllit Church,
friend. of John 1). ltockifellcr. feci
hat money h.ts n gri'.nt doll to du v. It!
It. Ho sas: "Tho ro.trnn why sei
tint marriages so oftru ure hspplc
for women Is that inarrlngm today nr
lascd more and moro tipun money In
stead of upon congeniality nnd trw
oration, oiiiik girls tend thu fashloi
notes until their only Idea of marrhg'
l to find a rich husband who will pi,
their military mid drcHinukhi billi
After they hao been mirried a llttl'
V'hllo they dlecmor their mistake an
If they have nn npnortiiitlty to marr
tigatn they exercise mora nre In tin
pelertlon uf their mates.
"Then, too, a wumnii who has fallo,
to mako n success of her first mar
riage nnd marriage Is 'not 11 succes'
iinlois both husband nnd wife arc
happy ruts forth oxtrn cnurts t'
mako her recond union a success."
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It Will Pay Yon
When in need of a medicine
to tone np the system, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
You'll agree that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay. It is for
Dyspepsia, Indifitstien. Bloat
ing, Bllionsmoss, Kidney Dls,
Insomnia. NeTTcrasness, and
Malaria, Fever and Ague.
Llhue, Feb. 19. Several now reser
olra nro In process of construction by '
tho McBrydo Sugar Company, In tho
hills back of Kukijlula Inlet, which will
unng into cuiiivuiion n mre area in
new land lying below tho county road.
A gang is now at work Bliilclng out
tho foundations for thu dams, of which
there will bo Ihrco, cmo below tin' oth
ir, InyUpo valley, and n lourth will bo
put In later. They wl.l bo finished In
Ihrco or four months.
Tho land under these now reser-
olrs is at present uncultivated owing
to tho fact that it Is higher than that
which lies mauka of It, nnd Is thorctoro
at a greater clovatlon than tho planta
tion ditches which are In use at pres
ent. It Is oil first-class virgin soil,
'and will mako a fine addition to the
cano lands ot the plantation.
The mart who Is superintending tho
work Is J. I.. Itobertton, tho contractor
who recently had' charge of tho con
struction of tho Kokalia and Wnlnlhn
rower ditches, and also ot tho polo lino
lor tho transmission of tho electric
power from Wnlnllm io Wahlawa. Ho
It formerly from Olaa plantation nnd
has had sumo sharo In tho building of
tho big uuanii dam.
1 J Thcso reservoirs' will probably ho
finished In thrco or four months. Tho
water which will supply them Is now
being dovolopcd In Hannpepo Valloy,
by means ot tunnels lying slightly be
low sea lovel, which nro being driven
Into the water-hearing strata at thu
rid'c3 of tho Valloy. Tho construction
of these tunnels Is now being carried
nn, duy and night, In tho cast eldo of
tho valloy, and It Is expected that In a
rhnrt time enough will be dnveloped to
rupply tho now pump whlc hhns re
cently been built in tho bottom of tho
'.alley. A flow of nlno nnd a half mil
lion gallons per twenty-four, hours has
I cen obtained, so far, towards tho sov
( uteen and n half million gallons that
the new pump will tako caro of.
This water davclopmont Is fietng
carried on hy tho "surface" or hori
zontal method of tunnelling. In which
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tho tunnels arq driven Into water
tearing statu nt a ilcptn or forty or
fifty feet below tho bottom ot tho Vnl
Icy, Instead 'of tho artesian well method
which has beqn In uso heretofore and
which lias nccn responsible lor ii'iim
Ing up a good deal of salt water tc
ago from tho ocean.
Robertson will nlso stipcrlntei'l the
construction of tho now cMrnslun of
tlio Kauai railroad; to bo earned out
to tho lime- deposits n the land of
"lVlwcll, Just east rot Kolrn, Urn con
irnct for which ha been awarded to
II. A. JncRcr. construction on this
cxtcnstonjwllj bc-gfn .shortly.
A .deposit ,01 peat, or -isoko as it
Is known by tho natives, has been
discovered where tho now dams aro
being built, which, inay be put to some
good use ln'thq',futuro ps It Is valuable
for fuel and other purposes.
This deposit is not very largo, being
only about n half aero In extent, but
It averages ten feel In thickness, and
In sonio places, Is as much as eighteen
feet thick, In Hie peat nro found
many old logs and tree stumps, which
Indicate that at a former period thcru
was a forest Ju thul locality.
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THEY 8AY WIDOWS
' MAKE BE3T..WIVCS
New York Lawyer and Minister Are
Agreed This It True Learn Dy
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Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Illlo Dm
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A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
R. T. FELIX QODRAUD'S OMENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEADTtFIEg
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NEW YOIIK, Tob. 4. Discussing
tho mic'stlon whether a woman Is hap
pier when sho marries a second time,
former Judge A. J. Dlttenhoofor, who
knows much about tho dlvorco laws,
"Why Is It that tho woman who mar
ries tho second time so often finds that
union happlcr'than her first. Thnt Is a
tlimcul? question to answer briefly, but
undoubtedly such' Is tho fact. Of
courso, there aro. women whoso second
marriages aro not so happy, for thero
aro- women whu lovo only onco, but
tho majority of women who nro remar
ried after having been Ill-treated
previously And their second attempt
"They understand men better. They
havo developed beyond tho sontlmcntnl
stago and know that Jlfo Is not all lovo
and kisses. They understand tho need
ot a home. They do not expect a hits
land to bo content with a smllo when
tho houso is untidy and tho dinner
spollud. As a general rulo tho woman
vwhn murries a second tlmo' Is moro
npt to mako tlio home happy. Him Is
moro prudent. Sho Is likely to think
moro of her household duties than her
flnory. Bho has profited by her earli
er mistakes and sho Is moro willing
to compromise tho llttlo dlfflcullle
with her second husband than hor
first. A study of Jho records of thu
dlvorco courts will sbowithnt when n
woman marries tho second llmo thero
Is less danger of trouble In tho homo,
Tho Rev. Charles II. Katnn of tlio
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Real life movements depicted by
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$6000 I-org houM and lot, Kins
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$9000 Three nice modern bunga
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Real Estate Agent
187 MXRCHANT STREET
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