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A Malihfni's Letters
SHOULD BE CLEAR
You will have this, result if,
you use- '
for Infants and Children.
SJl'AXT MOIITAMTY is something frightful. We can hardly realize
lmf nf nil llin rhllilron horn in civilized rounlrip. twrnlv.lwn nisr pwit nr
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nearly one-quarlcr, dio before lliey reach ono ycarj tlilrty-Bevcn per 'cent., or
more than one-third, before they nro flvo, nnd one-halt boforo they are fifteen 'I
Wo do not hesitate to Ray that a timely use of Castorla would save a majority
of IhcBO precious lives. Neither do wc bcsltato to say that many of theso Infantile
deaths nro occasioned by tlio ubo of narcotlo preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain mora or loss, opium, or
morphine. They are, in considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation nnd lead to congestions, sickness, death. Castorla
operates exactly tho reverse. It causes tlio blood to circulate properly, opons the.
porca of tho skin and allays fever,
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
'.1 hayo mod your Caetorla In cue. of colic In
children bed hare found it tho belt medietas of lt
. ; kind en the market." J, E. Siaraoic, )(. !.,
A mcdlclco ifyvaloabla and bene flelal for cUI
drtn a. your CutcrU U deserve, tho klfibctt iral o.
'lflnd It In use eurjw here.'1
.jg J. 8. Ai-iiiKDin. M. D.,
' Oifiatia, ICvb.
nTC Bwd yonr Castorla on Tarlona ocrailom
'In inltable caara and have found It a ptlatablj tud
'rfficlcctlniitlvt, evptetallr In tin tarlout dbeaaea
Ciili. Eavant Oinstxtn, J!. D..
'Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In'Use For Oyer 30 Years
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SUITS THE PEOPLE
Soiled Clothes Made White
rau ka Hana
Is in the tub. Ask your
grocer for it. If he cannot
y rl'elephohe 12 .
" CuatorU li Rood for children and I f rrqa.nUr
poult. It, anl alwiji obtain the dtdreil malt."
F. GiiuU) lluiTjn,J!. .,
Buffalo, N. Y.
u I hare pree?lbed Caitorta to families for ecrcral
yearn, ltlaallrlcht. Mothers Ilk. It, for children
will take It without any trouble."
C. A. ftuox, M. D.,
St. Louie, Mn.
" Yonr CfVcrln ti a ptaidUl remedy for children,
known tlio uorMmer. Inolt In my practlc. and
bare no hot 1'a.iry In wommr ndlng It for the com
plaint of Infants and children."
J. A. Bouutax, It. D.,
Baniaa City, Mo.
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My Dear Arthur: -As ynu now nnythinR artistic in these pictures,,
know, tho Civic Federation of this it would not hi Eo'rciirclienslve, but
city has stirred up tho pcoplo of Its- tho 'women ddplctcd are certainly
wall, over the liquor question, to not hula-hula' girls, as they aro not
such an extent Hint Congress has even dressed 'like those dancers, but
lieon obliged to mnlto an npiiroprla nre' clothed only In nu apology for
tlon of $10,000 to defray the ox-. a garment.
penses of ft general election, which ' The creek on River street needs to
will take place next' July. It will bo inspected by the Hoard of Health,
then be settled whether or not ha- ns the water Is not only lhdescrlba
wall shall havo local option or pro- bly dirty, but alt kinds of trash have
hlbltlon under Federal control. (been thrown Into It, which may
Tho Civic Federation should now provo a source'bf danger to the com
Invcstlgate tho why nnd the where- munlty at largo. In wet weather
foro of n cumber of young Hnwal- tho dlrty.'water off tho street 'nnd'
Ian girls being employed ns touts In lane of J no Japancso quarter adds
Eovcrnl of the Jabaticse stores In tho
nelghborhood.ot Aala Park. My at
tention wob' drawn to thse girls 6y
a resident of this city who had no
ticed their presence during the re
cent' visit of tho 1'aclflc ileot.
A number of theso girls' nro still
doing business, nnd from what mY
'friend hhs told me nnd from pcrsdn
nl observations, I can' only say that
thpynro touts and are employed for
the solo pdrposo of Immorality. 1
have watched them accost mon of
different nationalities on several oc
casions. This letter Is not written by a
"Paul Pry."' In nil probability It
would never have been writton had
not my attention been drawn to tho
glaring way In which these young
girls have accosted men slnco the
Pacific fleet left. Japanese aro a
very clannish people, and It seems
strange that they should prefer- to
employ girls of a different nation
ality, when they themselves will
hardly purchaso a single thing from
stores that aro run by foreigners.
The market here should' certainly
bo Inspected. Perhaps It Is, for all
I know, but the meats and fish
which aro so lavishly displayed on
tho counters of tho stnlls have no
protection whatever, with the result
that millions of flics settle on these
necessary articles of diet and must
bo a Eource of germ distribution
which may some day prove serious
to tho public health.
In Log Angeles, as you well know,
tho city fathers passed an ordinance
that ull fruits displayed In open
boxCB must bo co.'uied nuj. protected
from outside contamination'. It Is a
common sight to see boxos of "fruit
covered with mull-mull, eo fine that
flics and other germ-spreaders can
not possibly have access to the con
tents. Somo" such ordinance should
most assuredly -be passed here, and
tho health department should seo'to
It that the nieat and' fish ns display
ed In tho city market should not" be
come tho lavatory for millions of
Another yery Important feature In
connection with this market Is" tho
dust problem, Many of the Btnlls
faco King street, ono of the main
thoroughfares of tho city.' Street
cars and conveyances of all kinds
pass to and fro every few minutes
and raise clouds of dust. This Is
blown Into the market and settles
upon the exposed meats nt;d fish.
Careful housewives by that I
mean women who know th6v value
of cleanliness, which Is so essential
to the health of a family Invaria
bly wash their meat and flstf before
cooking It. Not so tho majority of
poor people who have recourse to
the public markets for their dally
These people nliould bo protected.
nnd the city authorities ought to
pass on ordlnanco making It' Imper
ative thai storekeepers cover their
meats and fish 'so that flies and
dust can not possibly pollute these
articles of food,
Not only should tho meats nnd
fiBh bo protected, but' also fruits and
vegetables. Smoking should be'
promuited In the market, as nothing
is so disgusting as cigar or cigar
ette sraoko being blown indiscrim
inately over the various articles of
food and that mea'tB and'other arti
cles of dlef should be handled by
fingers that nro stained, with nico
tine. The vllo odors which emnnnte
from this market nre a disgrace to
tho community nt largo. Why tho(
present market was ever moved from
Its splendid location nt tho foot ofi
Alakea street, It past understandlnj
to a mallhlni. Perhaps therp was'
graft In t for somebody. At any
rate, a worse location thin the pros-'
ent ono could uot have been chosen
unless It hojj been placed on top or
the city sower. f I
There Is yet another duty which '
tho Civic Federation might turn its
attention to, and that Is tho pro
venting of. certain Japanese stores
on Illver street from exposing a
number of photographs of almost
nude Hawaiian women, lu ono cab
inet there are at least thirty such
photographs exposed on tho public
street and ,n full view of paaaers
by. If theso woro typical art stud
ies, they could be looked upori In '
mat iignt, nut tney nro low-down
pictures of women of "uncprtaln"
age, nnd are not only atrocious li
bels on the fair sex lu general, but
aro positively vulgar.
That Japanese should exhlbl't such
trash whon thoy are 'supposed to be
tho moat artistic pooplo in the uni
verse, h to be regretted. It there is
Its full quota to tho already mllk-
like nppenrahee of tnls stream.
The rocks hh) 'for the most part
covered with a growth of slimy mat
ter,, tin cans' and rags are numerous,
nndother refuso Is scattered arouf 1 1
the vicinity of this stream nnd in
tho waters of tho creek Itself. As
this water flows Into the harbor, It
can "not be considered 'a sanitary
addition, nor wlll'lUtcnd to add to
the health of seafaring men and
others whoso occupations compel
them to work in that neighborhood.
mam ui is
imp tt AUTO
'Yesterday afternoon nt about five
o'clock, auto No. 53. turned Into King
street from Kalakaua avenue, nnd nt
tho samo time a Japancso boy on n
blcyclo emerged from Aloha lano. The
result' was a collision In which tho cy
clist got tho worst of tho deal. He
was thrown to tho ground nnd render
The chauffeur nt nnco stopped Jiis
machine, nnd picked up tlirj lad nnd
conveyed lilm to tho Quee;; Hospital.
Tho boys name IsiTogashl, nnd ho is
the son of a hotctlkcepcr.
This morning hclwas reported to bo
doing well at tho 'hospital, and doos
not appear to bo (Injured, Internally.
The place wero thf taccldetit occurred
Is a dangerous oncnnd n big tree ob
scures tho vision ofjany one who haj
pens to conic downiho lane to King
street. Yesterday's; Accident Is tho.isk
t" bo nothing eltn tljan nn unavoidable
affair that might ilfayo happened to
Editor E ven I iig Dull ot In: In
order that a correct rpentlon of the
accident hnppcnln jVtOr the Jnpnneji
boy yesterday niayj bovhud, I jieg tu
hand you the following statement,
which Is correct, fy . " '
When coming Into to.wn from Wal
klkl about two o'clock Y-. m-. and sit
ting in tho tonneajtqf, .ray car, which
wajt driven by my driver, passing
Aloha lane on King street a hoy rid
ing a blcyclo dartedyoutiol,he lane at
a high rdto. of speed and, ran lnta my
car, striking a little, behind , tho center
of right rear whbCVThe car "iwas
stopped quickly, the, boy picked up and
convoyed I to tho Queen's Hospital for
lmmcdlnto nttentjon. Dr. Cooper
states that tho patient, who Is under
his caro, Is doing well.
March 12, 1910. (
When Baby was lick, we gave ber
When she was a Child, she cried tor
Wtien she became MIsb, she clung to
When she bad Children, she gave .thorn
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
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Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
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German Sweet Chocolate,
M lb. cakes
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room has been opened for, oar clients
and we cbrtVally invite them 'to
make use of the facilities provided,
'such as' desks, writing material, tele-'
This room we trust will be used
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8-Inch Electric Fan
will insure a circulation of the air withabsolute noise
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