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RVEKINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY, MAY H. 1010.
for Infants and O If i I d r e n .
The Effects of Opiates.
TTIIAT XXTATtTS aro peculiarly suscoptlblo to opium and 111 vartoin prep
arations, nil of which are narcotic, la well known. Even la tho smrdlcsl
doses, If continued, UicJo opiates cauno changes in tho functions and growth of
tho cells, which aro likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
as Intractablo nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, aro a result of doling
yiUU opiates or narcotics to keep children qnlct In their Infancy. Tho rulonmonfj
plij-slclans Is that children should never roccivo opiates fa tho smallest doses for
moro than a day at a time, and only then It unavoidable
Tho administration ofAnodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics ta children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
tho druprlst should not bo a party to, it. Children who arc ill need tho attention
of a phynlclan, and It is nothing less than a crlnto to doso them willfully with nar
cotics. Castorla contains qo narcotics it It bears lheslgnaluroofClias.il. Fletcher.
Tho ? - Slrrt .pT" eiinrnnfccs-Rciiiiliio
b I ft n it t tire' of WLS(7rT-&ZcUM t Cmlnrln
Physicians Rocommond Castorla.
Tonr trpuUon known Cittorti 1 Interned
Tor ytm Id thudna'i complnlnti mil I hire found
nothing better." John J. LtrrA, M. D.,
' ClcrelinJ, Ohio.
v Tat scrersl jctri I rrcommcniln! your 'L'Mtorlt'
nj 1;! ilwiji conllouo o do to. u It hu Inta
rUb'Yrodacrd bcntOdil rwnlin."'
Edwis F. IMnnn, t, D., Jfew Yotk Cltr
"Tom Cutorl U mrrltnrlwit houwhol.t
rtmeiij. It If purely Trgetatile tml (tctiiM mild
citliirUc Abort ill, It doct no harm, which U
mora thin en ta itld ot tho grctt hujorltj ot chll.
. draft rtmcdle."
VicTon U. CormiH, M. D., Omaha, Kcb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In U s e f; o r p v
From the Lamb's Back to Yours
Made from your own measurements into
a Perfect-Fitting Suit, which will give
you the , appearance of being Well
and up .
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Box of tho
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The Scenic Attraction of California
A yalley of great beauty and trrnndeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great, height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls'.
Now Reached by Rail-.-A Quick,
Comfortable Trip ' .
Daily train service from Merced to the Tark line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa" Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traflh Manager. Y. V. R K,. Merced. Cal.
Candy Fresh I)aii
Wc make the bet irradcs of candy here nnd the as
sortment is large. Chocolates a specialty.
'THE PALM CAFE,
"I bato rrttcrlbed Toiir Caatorla la nanr caura
end havo olwaja found It an tmclrnt and kv.!
remedy." A. F. I'mm. M. D., Bt, LouU, Mo.
" I baro nml roar Cotoria In my orn hotiaehold
with Rood multr, and bare adtlecd Kteral pailcnti
lo um It for lla mild, lautlro eCcct and (rccdoji
from barm." Knjr Ar.o IUnniMt, M. J) ,
"TmirCotorU holds the filter of tho medkai
profii,1nn In a manner held by no otl cr proprietary
preparation. H la a faro and relUblo medlelne for
Infanta and rhtdrr'n. In fact It la the nnlreraal
boueehotd remedy for Infantllo allmentf."
J. A. Parkm, M. D.. Kanaia City. Mo.
e r 3 p. ,Y,e a.r, s .
Modit Back If It Falls
It. CO. SoUi ty iialirt
COMPANY), CHICAGO, ILL
IN THR D18TR1CT COUIIT OP THE
UNITHD BTATHS, FOIt THE JE1X
niTOHY OP HAWAII.
THE UN'ITED 8TATE8 OPl AMER
ICA, rinlntlff, vs. WILLIAM H.
CASTLE, et nl., Defendants.
Action brought In said District Court,
unci tho Petition tiled In the Qfllco ol
the'. Clerk of satil District Court, In
THE rnnSIDENT OP THE UNITED
STATES OP AMERICA C1REET
WILLIAM R. CA8TLE; IDA D. CAS
TLE, wife of WILLIAM R. CASTLE)
WILLIAM R. CASTLE, Trustee; J. D
JOHNSON, whose full and true name
Is unknown'; UWINI JOHNSON, wlf
ot J. D. JOHNSON, whoso full and true
name Is unknown; WILLIAM C
ACII1,'. HANNAH MARKHAM;
OEOltOU MARKHAM, husband ol
HANNAH MARKHAM; EDITH MOR
TOJI; HENRY C. MORTON, husband
of EDITH MORTON; MAUD I'PLU
OEH; HENRY C. PPLUOER, husband
of MAUD I'KLUOER; YONO AHIN;
SIU SHEE, wife ot YONO AHIN; LEE
CHU, Trustee; CUM HOY; LEE CHU;
CHUNO SHEE, wlfo of LEE CHU; C
DlN S1NO, whoso full and truo nam
Is unknown; WONO SEE, -wlfo of C
DIN SINO, whoso full and truo nam't
Is unknown: T. KAT POO, whoso full
nnil truo nntiio la unknown: LEONG
8HEE, wlfo of T. KAT POO, whost
full and truo namo Is unknown; YEE
Cllin WONO SHEE, wlfo of YEK
CHIN; CUIM SHEE; THE WESTERN
and HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT COM
PANY LIMITED, a corporation dtil)
timrnoratcd and organized under the
lann of tho UnlteU Kingdom of (Irent
urltnln andlrclund nnil having Its lies
Isicred OftlVo at Durfdeo, "Scotland
YON'O YAU: CHOW CHONO TIN.
CHOW DON; NO MINO JOKE; EL
MER KAPAHULU, ROBERT KAIMU
KI, CHArtLbTTE" PALOLO'and CLA
RA WAIKIKI. unknown heirs at la
of itAAlHABMA, deceased; MANUEI
LUAHI, AUOU8TUS WAIALAE, ED
NA HANAMU and MAJIY NIU, un
known heirs at law of IJOOMOEA
PULE (w) deceased; ALFRED PUU
NUI. ANTONIO PAUWELA, EDITH
KEWALO and MALAGA PALAMA
unknown helrsA at law ot KANANI
AIAULOA (w), joccased; JOHN AIEA
CHARLES MUNANA, JOD WAIAU
EUOENE MOILHLI, VINCENT DA
HOA, CLEMENT KOELE, MIRIAM
I.EHUA, RUTH MALE. ELIZABETH
MAKIKI. AD11IE KALUAQLOHE
LEILANI PUNAWAI, LYDIA MOkU
and EVELYN POO, unknows owner
You are hereby directed to appoar
and aiiswor tho Petition In an action
entitled as above, brought against you
In tho District Court of tho United
States, In and for tho Territory ot;Ha
wall, within twenty days from and at
ter servlco' upon you ot a certified
copy of Plaintiff's. Petition herein, to
gether with a certified copy ot thli
Summons, t ,
And )?u ,nro hereby notified that
unless you appear and answer' a
above required, the said Plaintiff will
1 toko Judgment and condemnation ol
1 thn lumlft ileKfrlhnrl In rhn Pfltltlntt
herein nnd for any other relief de
manded In tho Petition.
WITNESS THE HONORABLE A. 0.
M. ROBERTSON, ono nl
tho Judges of 8a M District
Court, this 18th daynl
March In the year of out
Lord ono thousand nine
hundred and ten and oi
tho independence at the
United States the one
hundred and thirty-fourth
(Signed) A. E. MURPHY,
"No. 61. DISTRICT COURT OP
THE U. S. for tho Territory of Hawaii.
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
VS. WILLIAM It. L'Abil.K, et nl
t'UMMONS. ROBERT W. DRECKONS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, )
-Torrltory of Hawaii, )
I.i. E. MURPHY, Clerk of tho DIs
trlct Court ,nf tho United States ol
America, In nnd for' tho Territory and
District of Hawaii, rlo horoby certlf)
the foregoing to be' a full, truo and
correct copy of tho original Petition
and Summons In tho caso ot UNITED
STATES OF A'MERICA vs. WILLIAM
R, CASTLE ot a., as tlio sixmo ro
mains of record an, on ftlo In the of
co of tho Clerk of said Court.
IN WITNESS WIIREOP, I havo horo
unto set my hand and nf
(Seal) fixed tho seal or said Dis
trict Court this 21st day
of, March. A. D. 1910,
I - A. E. MURPHY,
Clerk or United States District Court,
1 - Torrltory of Hawaii,
v NOTICE. ' v
Nntko Is hereby given, that I havo
appointed Mr. C. P. Iaukua my attorney-in-fact
and that 1' will not
bo responsible for any obligation
contracted for' by others In my name
without Mr. Iatikea's written order.
Dated, Honolulu, May 11, 1910.
Will do it
RUSSIANS ARE. x
Subjects of The White
Father Will Be
Recent Itusrlnn Immigrants mvo led
nil other nationalities In tnMim nut
theJKflrst pipers for America" citizen
uhlp slnceV Hawaii came under the
Stars and Stripes, nlno applicitlnix
having been made this month, which
Is nearly ono a da so far.
It has boon the rule In the p.-'.M Hint
Immigrants havo lived in the territory
Bovcral years before maklns thilr flrnt
declarations as to American citizen
ship. It, remained for these Russians
to go to tho Federal Court soon after
setting .foot on American shores lo
.apply for protection from nnothor
r9nnliy than tho ono In which they
were born nnd lived for many years.
Tho majority of the men who havo
ili-rbirrtfl for llnrln Hani In lirefcrrnnu
to the LHtlo White Father, to wlinryJ
lo ipoK lor proteylion nre men no
twecn tho ages of twenty-nxo and tlilr
tyflc That theso nllcris vlll mike gool
cltltcns seems nsstired fmin the fact
that none of them are ol the moro
Ignnraht clnss. lint nun of the many
who have applied to Clerk Murphy h
a laborer, tho others cmbraclhg mjvci
al or thr- skilled occupations.
There am carpentcrn., Iiolli-rmak'rs.
itio. farmer, blacksmiths locksmiths.
miners nnd several oUier trades rcprp
scntcd nmong the newcomers.
Two npplled nl Ilia ciiuit yeMer.lay
to make declarations and both were
skilled workmen Tho- toiw they have
taken trint tn Miow conitluslvcly that
when thry left Manchuria It yas for
ill tlmo ami In sce't ointr, noincs.
QI1WI1AV CPDVlrpQ i
CENTBAL UNION CHURCH.
Dorcmhs Scuddcr, nilnlnter-; Amos
A. Ebersole, assistant minister.
9:39 Bible school; Mr, Ed.
10:00 Men's Lcaguo Bible class.
"What We Mean by the Divinity of
10100 Women's Society Bible
class. "The Teachings of Jesus nnd
His Apostles.," 1 f vf JL
11:00 Morning' t-orshlp. Kerniou
by the minister "But Barnabas."
'SjOO Christian Endeavor nt Lc
ahl. Leave Pawaa Junction at 2:20.
6:30 Chflsttan Endeavor prnyer
meeting;' "Chrld's. Verllles." Mr.
Chas. V, Rfncar, leader.
7; 30 Evening service. Sermon by
the asststnnt minister; "The Ifnlque
ness of the Christian Life."
Music ror tho day Morning: An
them, "I Cried Unto they 'Lord"
I Prcj;); male chorus, "Tho Soft Sab
bath Calm jtreuthes Around ', Us"
toiimcyj; soio, Mrs. Weight,
Inir. ,,. ,,, ,. , ,,
Anthem, "I Know That
Lord Is Great"; solo, Mr. Hall.
Everyone mo3t cordially invited to
theso services. '.
Tho First Methodist Episcopal
Church, comer Berctanla uvcnuq and
Miller street. John T. Jonc"s; pai'tor.
Class meeting, 9 a. m.; William
Sunday School, 9M5 n. in.; II. R.
Morning wlrsh'lp, 11 n. in. 8crmon
by tho pasior; subject. "Tho Church't
Orealcst Need: the Holy SplrlLV
Epworlh League, 0:30 p. m,; topic,
"Tho Upward Look nn I the UpJIft."
x Evening "vorshlp 7:30 o'clock;. Her
inon by tho pastor; subject. "Repent
iiiicq nnd Conversion." Special mus'c
under tho direction of Mr. F. L. I.ec.
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday eve
ning; Hiibject, "Forglxo. uod yo Shall
btf tVirglven." The sixth of thn scibri
of lcsMips' on the Lord's Prayor, R.
.Arthur Itobblns leader.
Tourists, soldiers, sailors, strangers,
anil frlcpds uro'most cordially Invited
to attend tho sorvlccs ot this church.
Corner of Alaknu and King streets.
Mornjng services: Junior Y. P. S, 0.
E.. 9:00 a. in.. Miss Ida Mcdulre. su
perintendent: ' Illlilo School, SMS .i,
m., W. Q Hall, superintendent; ser
mon, 11.C0 n. ni. subject. "Agreo.
P, S. C. i: fi:30
sun Ices: Senior Y,
30 p. m leader, F. W.
Olldcrsllovc; topic, "Christ' Vorll(cs;"
ftrncst R. Wolbiirn president; ser
mon, 7:30 p. m., subJect,,Prohlbltlon."
Special music by- tho Young' Mon'-l
Choir, undor tho direction of Mr, Wa
terman, A, C. McKeevcr, pastor.
FOR HAVjNG OPIUM
W. K. I.ufher, charged with hav
ing illegally tn his possession a quan
tity of opium, has been nn trial In
the Federal court and his caso has
been coutlnuod until Monday.
The Jury drawn In tho ensu Is C, J.
McCarthy, J. S, Fox, Paul Battels,
Charles (Jlrdlor. L. M. Wliltohouse, O.
T, Klugcl. A. Knrrattl D. K. Hao, M.
CPachcco, P. F. Rynn, 8, A. Bold
win nnd n J, Cnshman,
A woman wants her glovo3 to lit
.without a wrinkle alio hor skin.
...n. .........., i rinu mm' iuo:i, i, ,., .lol.l,,,. I i,
Well Kjiown Local People
Returned Up lenyo
"I nm .going around (ho world to
Inspect ti.e cuil mines with a view
to engaging In. that k.nd ol business'
mure cxtenslvolj- ufter I get back tn
Japan." ' ' i
K. Mural, the "Tobacco King or
Japen," made the above statement
toJay when Interviewed by the
II u I I o 1 1 n repi (.tentative on board
the Tcnyo Mum, which docked Inl
the Alu.ica wharf, Ha was quite
willing to tell" tho press that his tn
tcntlon Is first to visit in JMidun,
where u largo number of tho Japan
vto financiers aro taking In tho exhi
bition being held, there.
Mr. Mural, who Is accompanied lx
Mis. Mural and Miss Mural, Is hot u
stranger In the United States, hav
ing been there three times when ac
tively engaged In the tobacco busi
ness. Besides his family, ho Is ac
companied liy Masaq ,Kuruchl, direc
tor of K. Murol'r general ofll:e.
Mr. Masao Is ono of the rlstng men
In Jap in. lie was educated In- tho
K'clo University and Is familiar with
the bmdnegg condition In .the Unit
ed States; j
Mri ?i)ral stated fu'rtlicr today
that he would visit In nl tho Import
ant roun'tilcH In Europe boforo ro
tumllig to Japan in January, next
year. He and his party will not
take tho Siberian railway route when
returning to Japan, but1 would pass
through India nnd other countries. I
Another 'Japaneso passenger of!
note Is T. JCuuic u wealthy gentle-
man, itn made his fortune ns con-1
tracor nnd Is stilt engaged In that,
line ot business. He Is one of tho
most successful In Japan, Ho It Is
who Is supplying tho Imperial gov-i
eminent Vlth the materials tor tho'
War Department. Tills, of course.
Includes all kinds of materials which!
aro necessary for tho upkeep otho
department. He Is going to Lon
don to cc the exhibition.
U. Kobayaehl, vice-president of
tho Toklo Merchants' Association, tin
elderly man, Is also passenger on
thccv.yo Maru. . He was met a(,the.
wnart by his friends.
Among tho Hawaii-Japanese who re
turned from their trip to Japan Is
Y. Akal, who becomes manager of tho
Yokohama Specie Bank after the de
parture of Mr. M. Toklrdn on tho IStli
for New York. Ho Is accompanied b
his family to renew their acquaintan
ces wllh the old knmnalnru hero. Mr.
Akal has gained )n health sine; he
left here following a long Illness.
S. KoJImn, president nf tho Japan
oso liquor dealers, accompanied by his
family, also retumcJ from n pleasure
trip in Japan, II. Tsururhlmn presl
.fHnl .!. I....HAB.. lAnlf., .......nl
1UV11L i IHU unpuuvnu ulj Willi. un iv,
who has been visiting In Jnp.m for
Mv.t ,i,..i.r, ,,i ....
many months is another local Jnpan
eso who nrrlved In tho Tcnyo Maru.
His rnmlly uUo arrived.
Mis, T. Onodera, the brldo of Edi
tor Onodern of this city has arrived
to meet her husband. Although they
are married according to the Japaneso
customs. It Is believed that another i
cciemony vlll ba performod according!
iu inu laws ui jinwui uui.
Mrs. K. Kogurc, who Is trnvellms
w(h the Mural party ns Interpreter Is
tho ulster of editor Onodern of tho
Dally Chronicle. Tho ro-unlon of tho
blather and sister who havo not been
each other for many ytarH was nn oc
casion for rcjojqlng.
During tho stay of Mr. Mural in tho
city, liu will lie cntcrtalnV'd by Con
sul (leneral'Uyeno nnd Mr. Onodera
Who havoxniade nn alignments to tnke
tho tobacco king to scoiiill inluta of
''intctCHts, Including' Nuiiann Pall.
A vory pleasant nnd sucecssful
bridge party was held nt tho resi
dence of tho acting managor of Ho
nokaa last Thursday. At the close
of the games a lavish supper await
ed the guests, after which Mrs. Dov
ercux favored tho company with u
fow wall-rendered se'lectlons upon
tlo pianoforte. Ilcrr Bucholtz also
gnvo his well-known serpentina
dnnco in his usual truo continental
manner, which won for him great
upplause. Ot those present might bo
mentioned Mr. und Mrs. Harold Bar
clay, Dr, and Mrs. Buffett, George
Uucholtr, Mr. and Mrs. W, Dovereux,
Mr, M, J, Fassoth 'and Mr. and Mrs,
Jaouon. Mls.i Violet Fursoy proved
herself a chnrmlng hostess and was
congratulated upon the success of
Captain Henley of the transport
Sheridan was tho Incentive (or much
eutortalnmout during his two day's
stay In Honolulu, Lieutenant and
Mrs. Ilalrd,1 " ? A. ontertnlned
Thurfduy oonlpg at dlnpet; at Oin
Mcano, In hU honor, he was the
cotnpllmei.ted guest Friday night at
n largo dinner party nt tho Young.
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m m m m . m m
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freedom from Injurious substance render It so that li cm bo iStalned
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dren. It BtrciiKlJ" nn nnd sustains thsystPin; Is n promtilcr of health anil
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It Is a wonderful remedy In tho treatment mid euro of consumption,
pneumonia, grlppo, bronchitis, coughf. colds, mnlnrla. low fevers, rlnnmcli
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