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MYSTEHY PLAY' 1$
ONE l)F INTENSE '
for infantn and P.hHtiron.
. The Effects of Opiates,
THAT IM'ANTS arc peculiarly BuicopllLlo to opium mid 1(3 vaiious prep
aratlun', all ot which am narcotic, id Well known. Lven j the Binallcst
aoe, it continued, llitso opiate cauo tli wgi t lu (ha function and growth of
tha cells, which aro likely to Intomo p riuani.nt, e.uislnx Imbecility, mental
"pervcrtlon, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous disease, Bush
a intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of ftnylng powers aro a result of dosing
With opiates or narcotics to Keep children quit t in their infancy. Tha rulo among
physicians is that children sliouV no or reecho opiates in tho smallest doses for
mora than a day at a time, and only then It unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodyne, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by &ny but a plijulclan cannot bo too slrougly drcriid, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It, ChilJrir. who nio III nn d tho attention
cf a physician, and it is nothing ltss than a crime to duke lliini v illfully with nor-
colics. Castorla contains no narcotics ifjtli-arst he ilnturo of Chas.U. Fletcher.
'Tbo SV . SiVt-f-ji- 7 3irnnlccfrcnuluo
tlfUBture of t-fot&y. Z&U,i Cnntorlu
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
$ Tour prtptrttlou known Cartful I ha?e unil
lor jcuvlDcblidnottnnijiltlnUBualLtTf fouinl
totlilog Utter." John J. Lsi-pa, M. D ,
. To: itier&l jtut I recommended yoor Cutorl
TVcd ih&ll ilwtyt continue to do to, u It be J ot
rlftbl produced beneficial retail."
Kcwix F. TARDtc, it h , Kew York City.
Tuor Cutorift Li ft mrrUorloui botiwhoU
mneil. It la parti TcjfeuMe atlcu ft mild
jtftULftrUc Above all. It do- no b.nit, wblcfc I
mora than can be tU of the great inijority cf ebll
Vitrroa tl. Onmiiii. M. D . Onub&. Nh
Children Cry for
"I buve prescribed your Ctorl la maoy cut
ait I luve alwujt found It au efficient aud apecd
n luedj." A. F. lectin, M. D , St, LouU, Mo,
1 bare ncd yoor Catorla In my own homebold
Vtlthcval r mil, acd bats adf lard Mvcral pallenla
to uw It fur In tn 1 1, IatatlTO effect and freedom
from barm. Eowino Piiumrt, M, D
' Brooklyn, W. T.
YocrCa"'orla bolda tha eteem of lh medical
prnfwlon In r maimer held by no other proprietary
pnpaMiloit It la a aura and reliable mcdlclna for
Infant tiat cbldrrn. In fact tt la tb Qui renal
Lobboid rrrretly for lofantll ailment.'
i, A. rumen, M. D., Kanaaa City. Mo.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Mens Dress Shirts
IATE STYLES IN A VARIETY OP CHECKS AND STRIPES
L. AHOY, - . Nuuanu St.
"The' House of h TtioimaluI Can
din' tick. ed the gallery Rod. Thoy
ttatnped and howicd thnlr npiiroval
nt tho Opera IIouso Inst nlpht when
the itininntl7ntiuii of the well-known
novel by thq Mcltim conipiny wns
linsentud fur tho first time. l?ven
tliu more dignified mill plutrocratlc,
aliil there wero about enough of them
to fill two-thirds of tho lower por
tion of the house, accorded the per
formers u generous mensiire of prnlno
and acclaim. At the conclusion of
I e.ich of the four nets, many n dainty
Kiine miu In sore danger of disrup
tion, through violent upp .uise.
"The IUiueu of n Thousand Can
dlci" was the lnullum In which at
least u lU.ivn of the M( It.io favor
lli'H dtsiilujed thilr ability In us
turning extremely dlllluilt roles,
tlad the inaungemeiii inken ns
nnicli pains in thonrmngenicnt of
l he Ltuge selling for "The llouso of
n Tlumsand Candles" ns was done In
the presentation of "Tho Wolf," for
instance, the effort would haebcen
materially appreciated by the play
goer who seeks tho nearest approach
to realism on the stage.
A Prank fort pn-Maln drop ills
plajid as the backgiound to an Ur
b;i nu Count), Intl., Btagc setting hnil
a tendency to cause one who had
been absent from theStates for soma
H'irs to wonder If ho hud not miss-
j ed oo many bunts
In the outdoor Bcene depleting tho
lodge mid grounds surrounding "The
House ot a Thousand Cnndles," sup
posedly set down In the wilds of In
diana, tho substitution oj u few
shingle roofs, dilapidated red barns,
Idlshd'clcd hen cocps and slab-sided
j neighboring residences, so dear to
I the average American landscape,
'would hmo pioed a welcome sight.
Medieval architecture displacing a
wealth ot sixteenth century gabled
rood and .towers Is conceded as
mtlinr out of plno lu that part of
tho great, American republic where
hop poles nnd pumpkins are staple
pioducts of nn honest .and hard
The Intel lor of the home of the
"ccicntrlt, John Marshall fllenarm
wns shown ns well ns tho existing
scenic properties of the company
I In tho presentation of the piece, i
jfledtRo Webb, as John alcnarm;
jOrlllltli Wrny, ns l.nrry Donovan,
, nnd Louis Morrison, as Ilites, a but
ler, nhput eqmll) divided the hon
arB. Charles Itojal displayed his
orsatillty In nssumlrg the role of
John Mnrshitl (1'ennrm. In taking
i tho "old man" pirt Hoal surprlseil
Morrlion, an Hales, n butler, was
practically tno "whole bIiow," Ho1
had much to do with bringing about
tha storm of- applause coming from
Miss Oswald, ns Marlon Dcvcrcx,
carried her part tn the satisfaction
of the majority ot those present.
Tho role of Gladys Olivia Arm
strong, "n sweet oung thing" of
the usual age, wns somewhat over
acted b)' Miss rMlth Klllott.
The show, tnken ns a whole, was
well acted out and worthy of a good
house tonight and tomorrow night,'
The enst follows:
John Marshall Glenarm
. Charles Iloyal
John Glenarm (his grandson)...
,' George Webb
Arthur I'lskerlng (lawjer and ex
ecutor ot Glenarm estate)
, , , .Sherman Ualnhrldge
Larry Donovan (an aihenturer, a
member ot the Irish bar)
. ." drimth Wrny
ltev. Dr. Stoddard (of St. Aga
tha's Chapel) James Dillon
Tho Sheilrr Prank IIowo
Morgan (enretaker of Pickering's
Lodge) Ivnn Miller
Dates (butler ot the alcnarm I
House) Louis Morrison'
Sister Theriea (Sister Superior of I
St. Agatha's School forGlrls) .. '
Glad)s Olivia Armstiong (a
If You Are Sickly
Just let Hostetter's Stomach
Bitten build up and renew"
the entire system, make the
stomach strone and healthy
' and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done so
in hundreds of cases in the
past 67 yean and most cer
tainly will not fail you. Try
it to-day for Indigestion, Dys
pepsia. Costivencts, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Ague. Ask for
ror sile by flenson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Ilollister Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co , Ltd.; Ililo D'ug
Co.; nnd nt all Wholesales Liquor
scholar of St. Agatha's)
Marian Deterex (Sister Theresa's I
nieco, who Is visiting her).,..
PERRY DAVIS PAINKILLER
Summer comnhlnt bowel trouble
cramps lime no terrors In tho house
hold whern this dependable medicine
Is kept on hand. iZc .ICc and 50c hot
One thing we will have left to bo
thankful for nobody has yet Inventet
a woman's lint that buttons up tho
back. Hoston ,01obe.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
On MONDAY NEXT, v
. ' May 2nd, K ' ;
We will place on
our Entire Stock of
'Lingeries, reduced to $3.50
Coat Suits, $3.00
3-Piece Suits, $7.50
Some of the above bargains are
now on display in tur windows
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS -- GOODS MUST BE SOLD
All sizes; formerly 25c, now 3 for uUC
Broken lines; formerly 25c. each, re- 9Q2
Extra Quality Balbriggan Undershirts
Lobr and ihort sleeves; formerh ACr
50c, now T,.. vk,
Elastic Seam Underdrawers
Excellent aualities; formerly 50c. a Qq
pair, reduced to
Sweater Coats,. $"1 :!,..n:..f.0.n,!e.r!! $1
Fancy Pattern Socks
All patterns and colors; formerly QRp
, All patterns and shades; formerly D1 'OO
$1.25 to $2 each, now ttf-i-.vy
Boys' All-Wool Suits, , '
All patterns and colors; formerly $3 tO 50
to $5, now ....v t,,uw
Men's Straw Hats,
All late shapes; formerly $1.50 to - QQ
$2.50, now ....(k ...i ' '
White Duck Pants
All sires and styles; formerly $1.50 D1 OC
to $2. no ., px.iO
Fancy Colored Vests
" AU late shades and cts; formerly C9nn
$2.50 and $3.50, now P"
Nobby Styles In Men's Suits
Formerly $9 to $12, reduced tc . . , . $0.50
Ladies' Tailored Waist's,
Rcducedt0 $2 and $2.50
Ladies' White Lawn. Waists . '
All sizes; prices from 50c to $4.50
T.nrlipc' Npf WnicQ In Ecru. White, Black and Cream;
.UclUieb 1NCL VVdlblb all, reduced 25 per cent. ; prices from
- $2.65 to $5.50
Ladies' Ribbed Vests
Sleveless and half-sleveless; reduced Q 1 On Q"7 1 9
Ladies' Night Gowns
low neck, three-quarter sleeves, high
neck and lonjr sleeves; prices all cut CAi- o (t
down, ranging from ....( UUCIU pli.JJ
Ladies' Petticoats, KS
New Patterns in Wash Batiste,
Reduced to . . . , -.... 1Q 1 Q
WashableRaVe,In Dot and,FloraI Besigns reduced
!, . ' 17 l-2c
Pprmiirln PlrvfVi' Extraordinary fine material, plain
.OUimuUd. O10in, .colo oniy. nowpcryard
vvdbiiciuie rongee, ,e0i Brown) Navy. rcduced to
Persian JLawn, 15tnSJd d5 .w,.0.Md:.fl,n.e..!!? 20c
Tan button Eals; reduced to. .
Tan lace Bah; reduced to ....
$3-50 Men's Canvass Oxfords'
leather heels .;. p2.5U
$3.50 Men's Canvass Balmorals" . .
" ' Only a few sizes ...' .".. tyJJ t
$3.50 "Sorosis" - '.
Beaded 3-slrap Slippers;' on sale at... pOj
$3.'50 "Sorosis" ;
Patent leather Slippers; French hesl P ' -
$4.00 "Sorosis" 3S???i.,f5?.!!..$2.90
Also a few Odds and Ends of OXIOrdS, - $1.0Q
$1.50 Youths' Black Calf " '- v
Lace School Shoes,
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels
To be closed out at
A full and complete line of Bed Quilts
To be closed qut at the following M -.q,
Our Millinery Department is full of bar
gains: Call and inspect them.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd..
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