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EVRN1NO nUU.BTIN, IION'OMIMJ. T. II.. TUESDAY, Am. 19, 1910.
' for InfantB and Children.
Thfe Effects of Opiates.
THAT IX PANTS are peculiarly susceptible to opium ami lis virions prep
arations, all of which am narrolio, is well known. Even Li tho smallest
noses. If continued, these opiates cntio chanRrs In tho fnnctioti and growth of
tho cells, which nro likely to becotno permanent, criming Imbecility, mental
perversion, a cra-inp; for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
MATSON VICTOIl OVKll A.-II.
FORCES COMPETING COMPANY
AT HONOLULU CONFERENCE
TO MAKF H2AVY SH'PPING
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wu uiuict ur uurvuiiu!! iu Keep liiuurcn ijuiri iu ineiriiiiuitijr, urn ruiuiuijuug
physicians is that children sliouV never rccetvo opiates In tho smallnst doses for
more than a, day at a time, nnd only then if unavoidable
"'Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups nnd other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not be a party to it, ChlUrer. vrho nro 111 need thn attention
cf a physician, and it Is nothing lers than a crime to doo them willfully with nar
cotics. CastoriacontaInsnonarcollcsifitheirstlieslgn-iturcofCliaa.il. Fletcher.
8nn Krnnclscu, April 13. Hcports
lecelved fi mil Honolulu stnto Unit tho
recent .confci once between 'Ailllaiu
Matsnn, hcitd of the Matron N.ivIk.i
tluntlnn Company, mid (Icorgo Dcnr
bom, president of the Anioilcon-llii-n
nllan Steamship Company, resulted
T j SV'-Pf1- S'mnmlccii jfcnn
- Physicians Recommend Castoria.
r rrt prtlon known m CVtori 1 htreUMft
for yf in In ehlldnn a complaint and I btve found
tiothiof better." Jon J. Ltrr, M. D.,
fy ClfTftiart, Ohio
Fo? ti vral jcari I rom mended yoor 'C'utnrU'
nil ihall alwiyi continue to do o,m It taj JnTt
Tkfrtj produced bcnrfltltl two..."
KtmiK T, Tardki, M. D., Kew Tork CUjr.
.,MTonr CutorU H ft racrltortont tinutchnld
rrnicdj. It U partly rouble aoJ aru aa mIM
calharUc Abate all. It dora no hirra, which la
topfB than can be laU e! the prat majorit cf chit
Victor XL Oomtair, M. D., Omaha, Nth,
Children Cry for
In Use For
I hitvs pfrrr!bcd jour Caatnria In many eaift
an-l Itato atw.ja fonnd It an rfllrlrnt and apwly
man);." A. P. I1tt.ni, M. D., 8U Louli, Mo,
' 1 haro nwd jonr Cartotfft tn fnf own hoaiehold
with gnn.1 r tulla and have adiUrd aevtral (tallcnta
to bM It fi lta mil I, laxative t&ttl and freedom
from harm Kuwaro Pjnnian, M. I).,
Broolljn, N. T.
"Tmir Caoierla holdii tbe efttrrm of th medical
profei-alon In mion, r held bj no other protrletary
prrartien It I a pure and reliable medicine for
infanta tnd chl rtrrn. la fact tt U the UDlrcnal
bomrhold remedy for Infantile altments.
V J. A. rAnxiR.M.ViKaneaacitj, Mo.
In trnilo In cdiicomipiI the MiitBou
coinpaiiy pructlctlly ftirciiiK tht Aniei'-iraii-llawntlan
Iu iiceide to lis lerms
which provided for the ttlllnlr.iw.il
fitmt tliu ioiiIv of tho Helmut Navit I
nn nnd tlio relliiiiulslmieiit tif I ho
i lie:ivv Imme Hint fur vears hay lie mi
. drtie between this city nnd Hie Is'
; hinds by this Hle.imer ant other of
lit) Ainerlciii-Il'twullnn Iliu1.
The Nmaibn w.ts not t lily forced
orf the Una but the owners ncio Klml
to turn the vessel over Ki the MntwTii
ctinmnny on n chsnter thtt Is to Inst
for Jit entire ear nt the end of which
time It is iiiuterwtfKMl, tho Matson
rnnipiiiy will have tho option of buy
Ink tho lik fiokhler.
It l said too that Miittxm may
charter or possibly buy th panscimer
mid frekht steamer Honolulu m, imvi
being built on the Atlantic coast for
tho ATiterlcatidlnwallan coniiMiiy
Over 30 Years.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
102H Nntinnn Rt
& David Dayton
" Heal Estate Acent
" 137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Bcrctania Street
and other property.
Stop Paying Rent
HAWAIIAN REALTY CO.
I'hone 5S3 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
LOCAL NAMES ARE IN
COAST DIVORCE ACTION
(Continued from Face 1
I feel that any further Information
should conio from him.'
"Mo refused to discuss the mutter
further, but tho man who thn day be
fore K)ko of the matter, 'strictly sub
rosa' was willing to add a few details
to what he had already said of the:
"'It bi'KliiK In it mild way,' he mild,
'with a statement Unit Mrs. Cunning
ham hud conducted correspondence
wltli sou'ritl gentlemen, tho rltirnctcr
of the letters being such us a husband
would not wish lik wife to write to
or receive from oilier men. The offer
Is mnile to prodtieo the letters. I'roin
that Is goes on to specify that on cer
tain occasions bIio was observed think
ing wltli n certain gentleman In public
places, with the offer to bo mdro spe
cific ns to the name of the man and
what tho 'public places' were. Then
followed allegations of certiln occur
rences said In lntvo tn'icn plnco ,tt,
Honolulu, nnd the concluding charge
Is that the plain' Irf was guilty of Im
proper conduct on several occasions.'
Not to Very Secret.
As tho BCtirctnty of the Sequoia Club
opines. 'That secret answer Is Just
nwfnl.' although tt Is a mnlter of
wonder how tho contents of a docu
ment that Is so secret should bo so
well known In certain circles. I
"Among other things that are re
ceived ns fncts, whero tho matter was
discussed yesterday Is tho story that
Cunningham Imind tt packet of le'tcra
which had been lccelvcd by his wife
nnd Hint when ho asked her for nn ex
planation she I e pi I ed Hint she was go
ing to leave him and apply for n dl
uirco. "Tho letters, it Is understood, throw
nn lull resting Ikht on tho subject of
how society en'crtalns Itself In the
islands." There Is oiiu I r psrtlculnr
which concludes cautiously with tho
statement Unit 'the signature Is thu
sttmc os to my l'i?l ' omitting tho name
of the writer, Tho letter gives a de
scription of n dinner party nt Honolulu
nt which .Mr. so far forgot himself
as to fHll tiBlec'.i on llu floor, where
upon Mr. took the vacant placo
nt his wife's side nnd pouted Ice water
tm tho face of the recumbent Mr. ,
who Imagined that It was beer and 're
ceived In Inwardly,
Face Powder Deadly.
"Another correspondent, who It Is
understood Is n member if a wholesale
liquor flfm of this city, writes that 'If
It comes to a case of powder nnd
pistols with the husband of Mrs. Cttn
nlnghnm hn will not bo found want
ing," nnd that tho only powder which
overcomes his caution Is faco powder.
"Altogther, tho trial of tho cise
promises to Iiq Interesting to society
hero nnd elsewhero nnd tho more from
the fact that the family of John Mott-
mlth held a very distinguished placo
In tho nffalis of the Hawaiian Islands
In the days before thu annexation.
"Tho correspondence between Mrs.
Cunningham antl 1'rnfessor Wood Is
said to have been when Mrs. Cunning'
ham was Mrs. Illrtl nnd to havo con
Untied during her mure recent venture
In matrimony over the cxKstuatlon
of hef second husband. Theso letters
will be rend with Interest In tho Isl
ands, If they nro produced In court,
nnd it Is understood that the originals
nro being carefully preserved.
"Another sensational allegation In
tho secret nnswer Is thnt one of Mrs.
Cunulnghnm's friends wits accustom'
cd to visit her at the Argonaut Hotel
after her husband had requested her
not to recelvo him.
"Mrs. Cunningham Is nt present In
I.os Angeles, whero she Is reported
to havo opened n shop for the Bale of
Jowclry, In ho making or which i-he
hns evinced n notable artistic, skill."
REDWOOD CITY WOMAN
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in the
history of our city. Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaimuki helping to
make 100,000 American population.
The best recommendation that enn be civen any property is the fact that it is selling, that the
people want it, and that ths very best ticople want it. Our sales in the New Ocean View District
property durinu the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
bought for home-building lurposcs after investigating all other sections of the city. We have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building summer and winter homes and share in our delightful cli
mate and promising future. Our sales and the class of people to whom we have sold arc the best
evidence of our property s valrc.
The New Ocean View
An Ideal Place To Live
Trouble Entirely Cured When the
Weak Nerves Wefe Toned up
by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
H every pale, weak, nrrvotn woman
who reads theo Hum would try tho
remedy that cured Mrs. Stothcrs there
would lie far le suffering, fewer children
Imrn to a heritage of weak nerves, fewer
unhappy hnme. t
Weak nerei mean Irrltablejie", hy
pterin, heada-hei. melancholia, perhaps
lnnnlty. iluild up the nerves. by ulng
Dr, WllllnmV ISnk Tills, at. tho fame
time toning up tho general health and
you will rco an iueresiui nvx'llte,' a
happier illsimslllnii, a lighter step, free
ilo'ii from lai'ltti If, a return to sound
and refreshing slt'p.
" Tho cum of Mrs. It. Btothcr, of No.
60rt Head) street. Ketlwonl Citv. f'al..
should 1'itroiirasp every nervous sufferer
to try this blood ami nene tonic. Sho
"I was troubled with ncrvoune for
admit two jears ami the lat jear tiecaino
so much worse that I was completely run I
down, was p.tle ntul tliln bik! rotild gel
hardly any sleep. I was always ceclng
Imaginary things l'fore my eyes. When
ever my child cried or there was any
noise, 1 would get so nervous that I
could hardly stand it. I had splitting
headaches and at times thought I would
go In-anc. " I
"I had been quite sick for revcral
months lietore I heard of Dr. Williams' j
Tlnk Tills. Thetlrtiggirt told my husband I
tohavnmotry them and after a short trial '
I felt much In-ttcr. Tho pills gau inn i
color mid built me up. I gato them a
good trial Qiid was entirely cured."
If jo" ar' intenvte'l Iu thn treatment
of nerxous troubles witli Dr. Williams'
I'ink 1111, send for our free Irtoklct, '
"I)ieaes nf tint Nervous System." It
showswhat the pills havontTnmplishedin
many recent cao of neuralgia, sciatica, .
St. itns' dance, ncrwius headache, ner
vous lysiesla, partial paralysis and lo- i
Dr. Williams' I'ink Tills are sold by all '
druggists, or will Ikj sent, postpaid, on
receipt of. price, ,10 cents per Ikix; six
boxes for f.'.S"), by tho Dr. Williams
Medic-Inn Compnnv chenectady, N. Y.
"PAID IN FULL" IS
WALL CUP TENNIS
STARTS MAY 4
Out nt the llcretanla tennis courts
on Wednesday. May 4, the Wall Cup
tournament wilt once again bo
staged, nnd some fine games nro he
lug looked forward to by tho enthu
siasts' of the club.
Tho tournament Is open for club
members only, untl Is it handicap f
fnlr. In tho mist the Wall Cull has
j always been hotly contested for, nnd
10. 8. (lee, who got a hold on It ror
a time, had to give his chance up
on account of leaving for the main
land, Warren was unother plnyer who
got to within striking distance, or
the cup, but also departed for the
Coast betoro ho could win it for the
third time. At prckcnt. thero ure u
number of pluers who would appear
to have it chance of getting their
names on the trophy, nnd tho play
ucxt month should lie about as ex
citing as has been seen on tho Hero
tanlii courts for u long time.
ARTESIAN WATER, 111011 ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE.
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
we cxicnu everyone an invitation to see our property ana tne extensive improvements wc arc
making for the development of n residential district that will be a credit to any city. Take the Wai-
alae car, and upon your arrival at Kaimuki call at our branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinson,
who will be pleased to sho-y you the property and supply you with maps, literature and all the in
formation you may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size,
to it. x lau it., or u.iMu si, it. cacti, unr terms are $ou casn down ana siu.uu per month on
each lot. Call up telephone 05!) and make an appointment with one of our representatives.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND K0K0 HEAD AVENUE
MEETING APRIL 28
The principals of all the grammar
schools In tills city will meet this
aftetnuon nt the Y. M. C. A. at 4
o'clock to (tunplcto the formation of
tho grammar ticliuol athletic leugue.
OfllcprH will be elected uud a deci
sion will bo made us tn what atji-
letlc activities shall bo taken up this
Tomorrow nt 1 p. m., Vnughnn
McCatighoy untl T.tul Super will
speuk tin .thu benefits ,of athletics
and on tho plan tif tho grammar
schotil athletic league to the stu
dents of the Kuuuunmnu school,
Thu nominating commltteo of the
Y M. C. A, met ut lunch "today to
nominate ulliioru for tho lineal year
beginning May 1. Tho mimes of
Another stiong play of compelling
Interest that chumd tuko mux with
the I.ton and the Mouse' for general
poptiiauty ts Kiigtnu. Walters iliama
of modern American llfo, In which tho
Mcltao Company appeared for thu first
time nt tho Opera Houbu lust night.
I-otiln Morrison gives satisfaction In
his liiterpictntlon of the character of
Captain Williams while us Kiiimn '
llrouks, Margaret Oswald 'docs tho
best work of her appearance in Mono-1
Tho part of tho, weak husband Is j
handled In convincing fashion by Sher
man, ll.iliibrltlge, ami (Jcorgo Webb, an
tho '"friend of the family," shows that i
his reputation iih ii Hist classnictor ,
has bcin well warranted. I
UmUo Mulroso ns Mrs. Harris Is
ns pleasing us ever urn! lMllh Klllot
In the Ingenuu rolo muro captivating
than usual, ir that bo isisslblo,
"Paid In Kull" Is finely' staged and
should have u run that would make It
compete with tho "I.lun mid thu
Mouse," us thu financial micccs
The cast Is ns follows:
Joseph Hrooks (rollector of tho I.at
In. Aniei lean Steamship Compiuy.
Em m a Hrooks (his wlfn)
Junius Smith (superintendent of
dockugo of the Latin-American) ..
.;. .(Jcorgo Webb
Cnptnln Williams (president of the
l.ntln-Auicrlciin Steamship Com
pany, funnel ly u South Pacific
trader) I.otils .Morrison
Mrs. Harris (mother 'f Kmnui antl
widow of Captain" Williams' Into
ussoclatu Iu biislni'sah ,
,..,n , l.oulso Mrlrosa
Sitta Itho Jnpiiuesu valid or Captain
Williams) . .- James tylllnii
At 2 o'clock this morning a Rus
sian was found asleep on tho sldo
wnlk on lteuituula slice!, nnd lock
od in his urms was his llttfo butty
girl. The" man had dvltlently beon
drinking, but ho hud remembored to
wrap tho child In his cont nnd fold
his arms around tho bundle betoro
he dropped off In a stupor.
A polite tifflcor found the pair
nml 1, ,i,l much trouble In uwukoillng
tho.1; forming this ctnumUteo are as Uie man MoTa vnMnR ntm into t10
follows; IliijOld Dillingham. C. 11. tro, on nnd tajillB nm to ,
Atnertoii. It. J. Pratt. Tho report of
this tdmmlttco will be acted upon ut
thn annual meeting on April 28.
Tho biweekly meeting of the Y.
M, C. A. will be held ut Kurt linger
this evening shortly after the re
treat has been bounded. The Itev.
A. C. McKeever will deliver one of
his popular talks to tho soldiers.
Tho following wlieless bus been ro--elved
by the agents from the S. 8.
"April 18. 1010. 8 p. m, 855 miles
from San Kranrlsco. Fine weather."
The shorlff ordered
mat the man nnd baby be ullowc'
to stay In olio of tho small ofllccs
at thu police ijtntlon, and at, dc-
light, ns tho man wan fit to walk
nway with tliQ.chlld, lioiwas allowed
, i. .. , ifirhnU
JCHJT-UULLCTIN APS PAY-fJ
IMPOSSIBLE TO FIND ANYTHING
better for sldeatho, backaches or
stitches than Perry Davis' Painkiller.
Get tho largo site, it Is the cheap
est. At all druggists, SCo, 33c and 50c
Iiove. for giving proves IlkoiiesH tu
WHITNEY $ MARSH, ltd.
In order to close out, prior to
Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning
A Large Assortment of
at 10c yd
Some of these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd .,
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
At L. B. Kerr & Co.'s Store on
ADIEU. ROCHESTER SUITS
All shades ..'... .$17.50
ALL SUITS Formerly $22 to
$18, now $15.00
MEN'S FANCY SOCKS For-
mcrly 35c. to 50c, now..
FELT HATS Formerly $1.50
to $2.60, now'. $1,00
, MEN'S-'WALK-OVEir Low
cuts, Urge sizes; regular
$4, now $1.75
MEN'S "WALK-OVER" Low
cuts, patent kid; regular
$4, now $2.75
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Can.
vas Ties; regular $3.50,
WOMEN'S "S0R0SIS" Ox
ford Tics; regular $4, now
"FOULARD TISSUE Lif lit
and dark' colors; all pat
WELLESLEY LAWNS 50
different patterns ....15c,
S0IE TONKIN" In plain,
dotted, checks and stripes
ABERrOYLE SILK Cream,
sky pink and grey. . . .COc.
LADIES' FINE BLACK HOSE
Regular 40c, now, ...25c,
LADIES' ALL-LINEN HAND-
KERCHIEFS Regular $1.50
half dozen, now 75c.
NECK RUOHINQS White,
pink, blue and cream
30c. to 40o.
BLACK AND WHITE BEAD
ED SCARFS At a reduc
tion of 25.
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