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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T K, TUESDAY, AUG. 2, 1910.
j What Army .and Navy J.
row Are uomg
for Infants and Ohlidrcn.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT lAI'AiVTS aro peculiarly susceptible to opium nnd Its varlou) prep
arations, nil of whkli nro narcotic, Is well known. Even In (ho smallest
doics, If continued, thrio ophites chiio chsnges In llio functions and growth of
tlio iclls, which nro likely to Income )oriiiuncn(, causing liubcclll'y, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous disease, such
as Intractable nervous dyspep-du anil lack of staying powers, ara a result ot dosing
w Ith opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy, The. mis among
phjsiclans Is that children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses for
more than a duy at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and.
the druggist should not be u party to It. Children who are ill need the attention
cf a physician, and It Is nothing less than a crime to dose them willfully wllhcar.
ix los. Custoriacontaius no narcotics If it bears the slguuture of Chas. II. Hatcher,
sliriinlurc of WutstjfTeL&Atb
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
" Your prcpaiatlon ktu n aa Cutorla I hate u.cJ I "Hm pirKrlbed jour Cutorla In mane
for j rare In cblhlreri'a complaint! and X Lave found
nothing better." Joint J. Ln ra, M. D ,
For MTcral yeerj I recommended joor 'Ceitorle'
and thatl alwave conUnaa to do to, aa It baa Iots
ilabljr rodoced beneficial rerulu."
turns F. I'Annti, SI. I) New York Ctijr.
"Tour Ceetorla la s merltorlona booacbold
remedy. It la purely eeeeuble and acta aa a inltd
tatbattlc Abota all. It docs no barm, nblch la
mote than can b aald of tha great majority of cbJI.
dren'a rc-uedlee. ,
Vicros II. Cormix, U. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Ovef- 30 Years.
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SAN KltANCISCO, July 18. The
work of preparing the vessels of the
Pacific fleet, now at Mare Island, for
rervlce this fall Is belug pushed rap
idly, and when the vessels are again
ordered to sea their appearance will
be so changed that many persons fa
miliar with the cruisers will have
difficulty In recognizing them.
All of the old yacht-line effecti
will have disappeared, and lu their
stead will he seen grim sea moll
fctoiH wli'.sc appearance denotes that
they are cngli.es of war. I'heumatlc
hammers have removed all of the
paint from the sides, and over a
body of red lead a new war color
Is being administered.
Orders have been received to ro
place the present fire-control masts
with the new basket-steel wocn
m.isis, with which the battleships of
the Hast have been equipped. The
after bridges on the vessels will be
removed as well as tho after-masts.
Work lo this cud has already been
started on tho California. Her two
after-cranes have disappeared ana
new ash ejectors Installed, doing
away with the olif-style hoists.
All unnecessary bolts nnd tap ham
'perin the West Virginia have been
removed from the main and super
structure decks and all gear not ab
tmlutcly needed has been removed
f Preparations are being made to re'
move the after cranes, boat davits
apil other paiaphernalla which tire
Tha electrical equipment nt the
vi-SBels Is being almost entirely re
4-npwed, new tiring and telephone clr
tufts being Installed and the old clr
cults rewired. ,Most of the formei
wireless recelvli.g instruments huvi
been condemned nnd new ones order
ed. The wireless stations will, re
main where they have always been,
the Installation of new ash ejectors
removing the only obstacle to the
proper working of the Instruments,
which were Interfered with by dust
fiom the old-style hoists.
It Is expected that the California
will be ready for Bea by the mlddlt
of August, vrhlle the West Virginia
nnd Mar) land will not be ready be.
fore the first of December. Orders
for the latter two place the dute ill
October 29, but It Is said that the)
run not be made ready by that time.
The englno-ioom forces of the ves
fccls have taken their machinery
apart ami aie giving them u com
plete overhauling, obtaining such aid
ns"they need from the machine Bhop
WJIKX VOU AUK AMUtV.
When you are nngry
You turn tha color of rare beef
steak. Your blood runs to your head, and
you run to extremes.
.You stop digestion
You cause plillosophets to smile.
You make a show of yourself, with
out gettlpg any boxotllce money.
You expose yourself to ridicule.
You return to an earlier stage of
You think other neotilo hard of
and hare alwaje foand It an efficient tnd eucedy
remedy." A. F. 1'r.iLin, II, v., BU Unit, Mo.
" 1 bare ned your Caatorta In my own boaaahold
with good rtealta, and bare adrlard eeeeral patlenta
to ufo H for lia mild, iazatlre affect and freedom
from barm. Edward TansiM, M. D ,
Drookljn, X, T.
"TonrCaaiotla bolda the eiteem of tha medlcai
profrrtlon lo a manner bcld by no other proprietary '
preparation. It la a aora and reliable medicine for
Infanta and children. In fact It la the nnirereal
houatbold remedy for Infantile ailments.
J. A. Fasur, M. D., Kansas City, Ho.
LEARN TO READ
It Is better to look up than down
better to look up for a purpose
than merely for fun so a little
cloud-study might make a pleasant
fad for u sharp observer.
Dr. A. do Quervuln of Zurich has
made a study of the cloud forma
tlons and what they Indicate. He
"When reaching heights of Ui
even miles It becomes a trundle
loud. The high floating top as
sumes the shape of a fleecy, Ice necdls
loud and extends sideways In anvil
ihape. The ordinary cumulus cloud
undergoes similar transformation at
n level of threo or four miles, nnd
to does not lend to the formation of
thunder clouds, hut merely .to Jne
production of fleecy clouds. '
"This sort of cloud can be regard
ed nB a presage, nt good weather.- Tho
veil-shaped hooded clouds have noi
been sufficiently explained. Often
they encompass tho top of a quickly
rising cloud nnd until rocently were
thought to be Instrumental In the
production of hall. They are'Ntl.
ways found to be Intimately connect.
ed with existing fleecy cjouds, tend
on the other hnnd presage bad weath
er, occurring previous to thunder
itorms. " ,
"Even such reliable presages of
thunderstorms are the remarkably
dcllcai. varieties of fleecy, clouds
which are mostly found floating
.about four miles high.' 'On' a darker
layer thoy are supcrpoBeil, delicate
white heads. These lofty curly
heads, gonerally In the mornlnt,'.
tafely predict a thunderstorm with
in twenty-four hours. Hy balloon
ascents It was found that the oc
urren.c of these clouds ' coincides
with a violent drop in the tempera
Cloud-study Is both Interesting and
entertaining, nild there Is no tloubl
Hint carefully-kept data would prove
to be n great help In forecasting tlie
'tpproach of storms.
New York was attacked by a so
veie electrical stdrnl, during which
several buildings were' struck by
lightning and trolley service In the
Ilronx was stopped.
j tt H it n xtjt ? :: n iiu est u ti
You think ie list IsntilgjiUer than
tho pen, ' 7j
You think flio world rovolviss around
" ' - '?:' lift. ,i
You Intend to reform mankind.
You know more than tho oilier man,
and you Intend to prove It. t
You forget yourself.
You forget other people.
You forget what you started out to
You vent your feelings on the first
mun you come In contnet with, ul
thought he is Innocent.
You throw away your learning.
You become a child In years.
You make yourself a pest.
You waste your energy.
You lose valuable minutes.
You are on tho road to trouble.
You nro more to be pitted than
You frighten little children.
You still have something to learn.
Ban FrnncUco,, July 28 The1 cruis
er Washington, Captain iloger.t, pill
fall this morning for the target
grounds oft Monterey, where she will
engage lu practice with tho cruiser
South Dakota. Yesterday the crew
of tho Washington weto busy getting
the big guns in shape and testing thu
sights. At the conclusion of the prac
tice the Washington will return for
an overhauling. She will Inter leave
for the Atlantic, being scheduled to
arrhe nt Hampton lioads on Novem
This morning the monitor Chey
enne, having on board Naval Militia
men from the Htnte of Washington,
will K-me for the north.
The cruiser Yorktown was coaling'
yesterday nnd will leave Thursday
for a threo months' cruise along the
Central American coust, relieving the
gunboat Vlcksbury, which Is under
orders to return here. The Vlcks-
burg will probably be here during the
Native Sons' celebration.
The headquarters of the pro'i.tlonal
regiment of coast artillery stationed
at the I'resldlo has been moved to tho
quarters recently vacated by the com
mandant of the Thirtieth Infantry, In
tho same building with the the dis
trict ordnance officer.
According to official advices ro
cched from Lieutenant-Commander
1). C Ulchnrdson, senior officer of tho
I'acltlc torpedo flotilla, the trophy for
accuracy In firing torpedoes has been
won by tho men of the flotilla over
the rest of the entire Navy. Three dl
visions of the flotilla ure In the vicin
ity of San Diego now and will start'
battle 'practice tills week off Corona
do. i .
Passed Assistant Surgeon 1'. S.
Ilosslter, V. S. N., has reported for
duty at the receiving ship Independ
ence at Mare Island. He was recent
ly relieved from duty at the naval sta
tion t Tutulla, Samoa. "
SAN FltANCISCO, July 2C Tele
graphic orders from the War Depart
ment wero received nt headquarters
of the Department of California yes
terday, directing that all firing with
big guns of all descriptions be dis
continued until further orders. Thu
order is the direct result o( tha accH
dent during the target practise at
Ilattcry Do Itussy, Fort Monroo,
Thursday, when the blowing out of
the breech block of a twelve-Inch
disappearing rifle caused the death
of eleven men and the Injury of sev.
While no reasons were attached to
the order, It Is believed by officers ot
tho Coast Artillery Corps that t,he
order was Issued pending the In
spection of all batterleB mounting
heavy guns, with a view to ascer
talnlng, If possible, whether nny of
the mounts aro defective, and for the
purpose of devising ways and menus
for a stricter adherence to regula
tions ns laid down In the firing man
ual for coast artillery.
With the great icompelltlon be
tween gun companlestWhlch has de
veloped during tho last year, -the de
sire for speed records In target prac
tise has groyn, and It is believed
thnt If the regulations are not .made
more stringent other accidents' are
likely to happen.
While the data regarding the ac
cident at Fort Monroe does not
state specifically Just what caused
the mishap. It Is believed by some
pfllcers that the engerness ot the gun
captain handling the lanyard to fire
on time caused the premature explo
slonof.a primer, which .blew out the
breach block, (raveling along the
line's of the least resistance through
the partially closed breech, Instead
of discharging the projectile.
Another theory advanced by offi
cers of both 'unity and navy Is tnat
the closing' ot the breech and the
raising of the gun Into firing, poslr
tlon above the parapet were nearly
Simultaneous, and that the man at
'the breech dTd not gotUt.elosed tight
ly before the firing pin descended on
the primer. It Is Btattyl that. some
gun captains are In the' hajtltjoh ad
justing their tiring mtlch&nlsmB In
such a manner that tlie'samming of
the hjeech aloft9,wlll irUsohargq tne
pllce,' tlierhby Making lime,
As a result ot the order, all sub
caliber practise with the guns at thfj
batteries around the hay has been
discontinued, and the company com.
mandors notified Unit the firing
schedule haB been suspended Indefi
nitely. WASHINGTON. D, C, July M.--'
for services rendered nearly forty
fhe years ago, Urlgudler-Oeneral
Hurry it. Auderson, a retired artllr
jery officer, Is to receive from the
Government 1240. This Is because
Qeneral Anderson served as a cadet
jummij, tauu, a, iiiumu. uwu vifiii-
een days. The Controller ot tho
Treasury has ruled that this service
Hi the academ) waz actually service
In (he army, nnd that flerferal Ander
son Is entitled to pay for the .time
he spent nt West I'olnt.
HI JEFFRIES in
Fir II. KAUFMAN
"Nothing Doing," It Jim's Ultima
tum llai Nothing to Say of
Another Go at Johnion,
1.03 AN(li:i.K3. July 24. "I
won't fight Kaufman In Philadelphia
on Labor Day. About another fight
with' Jark Johnson, I have nothing
to say, 1 unlit to be left alone, that's
, This decisive statement by Jim
Jeffries tonight would seem to Indi
cate that the big fellow Is not going
to mix up In the boxing game again
soon. Jeffries returned from n week's
stay at Catallna Island, where, In
company with Tex Htcknrd and Jack
Kipper, he has been enjoying a short
Vacation, putting In all his time fish.
Hilly MtCnrney's telegram offering
Jim $20,000 to meet Al Kaufman In
a six-round no-declslon go In Phila
delphia on next Lnbor Day was read
tn Jeffries, bringing from him the
above short but decisive talk.
"It you get any more telegrams of
fering me lights, ou Just go right
ahead and answer them 'Nothing do.
Ing' without consulting me. I don't
wnnfto talk tight, "wasthe-nddel
announiemcnt of the ex-champlon.
ii II li
DOTS AND DASHES.
"I)attllng" Itoblnson, the pride of
the California, who was well-knbwu
In Honolulu, Is going 'to fight Mr
Cool of the Maryland for the cham
pionship of the American' nnvy. Hob
I neon will be remembered as the big
negro who wns prominent In boxing
circles 'here when the fleet was In
WKLLINOTON. N, Z., July 2B.
Tho Wangarel football team today
defeated the All. American team,
composed of students of the Univer
sity of California, Leland Stanford
UnlverHlly and the University of Ne.
vnda, hy n score of 18 to 3.
WHAT THE WORLD WANTS.
Men who cannot bo bought.
Men whoso word Is their bond.
Men who put character above weath.
Men who possess opinion nnd will.
Men who see tho dlvlno In the com
mon Men who aro larger than their vo
cations. Men who do not hesitate to take
Men who will mnko no compromise
Men who will not I030 their lndl
ldiiallty In a, crowd. ,(
Men, who aro not cowards In any
part of their natures.
Men who will bo as honest In small
things as In great things.
Men who ,wlll not Bay they do It
"becauso everybody clso does It."
Men whose ambitions are not con
fined to their own selfish desires.
Men who are willing to sacrifice
private Interest for th'o public good.
I'hlluuthroptstH who will not let
their right know what their left hand
Men who will not have one brand
of honesty for business purposes and
another for private life.
Men who do not look ht every .pro
position from the point of view of
"What Is thoto In it for me"
Magnanimous souls who do not
look upon everybody thoy meel for
tho possible uso they have may be
Men who ure true, to their friends
thtoiigh good report and evil report",
In adversity as well as In prosperity.
Young men and women who enh
stand erect and Independent white.
others now ana rawn ami cringe
place and tiower.
Men who do not belleVo th;
shrowdness, sharpness, cunning and
long, headednesgiare , tho ''only quali
ties fo'r winning JKUcJreos.u.
Men who tytve tpo courage to do
their duty In silence and obttcurltV,
while others jabput thtm win, wealth
anu notoriety oy neGiecieu Buureii uu
" Men who are not ashamed or ufrah)
to stand for the truth when It Is un
txipular, who can say "No" with cm
phuids. although all tho rest of the
woihl say "Yes."
Men who havo courage to wear
threud-baro clothes and 'to live simply
and plainly, If necessary, while their
competitors revel In luxury purchased
by etooked. method
Meu who have gained such completo
control of themselves that they can
pass through tho most exasperating
situations without doing or saying
DJIUUIIUJ1Q WIlMUUb l unit, " DUJiUf,
nny unpleasant thing, without losing
their temper, or nying on ineir ccn
ter. Home' Chat.
One thing is certain---Puritan Creamery
Butter is the best butter in this market. Sweet
and fresh. Always uniform in quality.
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Leading Grocers Phone 22
(Continued from Face 3.)
Thurston; "The conditions will bo
the samo as now. Freight may be
lightered or put on an Inter-Island
stenmer and no wharf charges will bo
At this point Campboll camo Into
tho discussion again rather heatedly
and told the objectorg that a wharf
age charge was mnde tha world over.
Thnt wharfage qpd, dockage was
charged In California and nearly all
porta In the world but It was mado
as low ns possible to pay interest on
Investment and upkeep of wharves.
Ah to the approach that was up to
the legislature and It could take ov
er the building of the wharf utmost
as stion as It was started if money
was upvioprlatcd as soon ns session
opened In Fclijiiary, In regaid to re
moval of goods nnd Btorage ihargos
Campbell quoted from California re
gulations that all goods must be tak
en from the docks by fio o'clock tho
ijny following their arrival or pay
Btorage. The great .'difficulty, in Ho
nolulu was tno congestion on wnarves
us thcro was no juch regulation here.
and thero would. liny 0 to bo to faclll
Into tho handling ot cargo.
Kennedy men raised otnor objeo
Jcctlons. Ho nsked why .storage
should be charged pcoplo in Illlo
when nono was. charged here. And
then was tho slto chosen tho plnco to
build a wharf.
tn -reply o tblsCmibell stated
that the llcclit jvns merely,privllegq
to build 11 wharf nndthat the exact
location was not specified, 1 - cKlsla -
turo could 'rescind the llccnso by vot-
Ing money to build tho wharf.
Kennedy: "Hllo people don't
know conditions 0 this license."
Governor: "'Mrj 'Kennedy do you
object to u wharf, being built at
Hllo," , ' ,',
Kennedy: "No, I don't object to uj
wharf but to lust, the conditions of
13. K. Paxton was the next speaker,
representing Alexander und Baldwin.
Ho said that the Interest which his
(Inn had lu tho wharf was un in
direct interest. rThcyhad 'signed (ho
petition asking tfiat.th'e railroad com
pany be given n license to construct
It nnd at a mee'tlug of the board of
dlicctors at onu-thlrty yesterday af
ternoon this action had been approv
ed. "Wo obtained a license for a whnrf,
at Kahulul under less favorable con
ditions than this one.J', said Mr. l'ax'
ton, "wo chargo VljarfaiSro.f twenty
cents a ton theirhnd none of those
who aro objecting to flvo cents, here
havo ever mado nny objection tq
twenty cents thcro."
Mr. Paxton said that ns Btigar ship
pers thoy wero Interested in, Hlk.
The American-Hawaiian frdlghtera
had but llttlo tlmo In Illlo und to
facilitate tho loading of cargo there
a wharf was necessary.
"Tho Matson Nuvlgatlon Company
controls lighters ut Hllo and It seems
to bo the enso that when nn American-Hawaiian
Bteumer aud a Mrtson
boat uro In tho hurbor at tho sumo
time the Matson boat gets tho best
lighter service. I don't know wheth
er this is Intentional or not hut It
seems to be the condition that pro
vails," said 1'uxton.
"Wo have spent 1G0,000 nt Kuhu
lul," he continued, "nnd not one cent
has been spent by the local steam
Rhlp people at Hllo for the bettorment
of tho cargo handling facilities nB
rar ns 1 snow, 1 ouject 10 ma hub-
gllne that has been going on ut this
meeting for It is all on unessential.
Kennedy: "I think that tho rail
road should build nu nppioach."
Campbell: "That would bo all
right If an nppronch could be built
far tho same money as at Kahulul,
that was eight hundred dollars. I
shall fight far an appropriation to
build this approach In tho next legis
lature." C. I. Morse of American-Hawaiian
Company said that tlmo wns an Im
portant element in the dispatch of
steamers and that a wharf at Hllc
would help matters considerably and
he was In fay or of It. Tho wharf
should bo under way nnd tho wharf
age and other charges wero mere
T. Cllvo Dnvlcs said that It was
hard to rhango from established cus
toms to new ones but now thnt the
railroad was extended tho wharf
should be built at onco.
"It Isn't a question ot nn approach,"
said Davies, "It Is a question of light
erage, a question of spending forty
five cents a ton lighterage on sugar
while the legislature Is considering
whether n wharf or nn approach
should he built. Tho public should
do all jiosslblo to rediico tho expense
the railroad 1b going to In order to
build this whnrf. We want a quick
building of this wharf," ho conclud
" retries representing tho llghtcrogo
Interests nt Illlo said that ho agreed
I with 1'axton that a uliaif should, be
built but ho dlsngiecd with him on
penalties to he Imposed on tho pub
He by no wagon npproach to the pro
posed wharf, Ho thought that tt
would bo well If no action was taken
on the matter until tho printed form
of tho license lit4 tho bulletin had
reached Hllo nnd the rleopto there
hnd a chance to express .themselves
jon (ho provisions,
Mr. llottomley representing Olan
Sugar Company said but a few words
He expressed the opinion that lib
Icompnny wanted a wharf at Hllo am'
wnn,M ' now- u '"'' not curo ,r
wnlt for action by tho legislature on
jthe proposition of building one.
This concluded tho conference ox
cent a remark by Kennedy on the
wharfago at which Campbell Jumped
liko n hungry dog at a bono.
"You object to storage at Hllo," he
said, "do you know that tho present
congestion on tho wharves at Hono
lulu Is caused by some of tho best
Arms In this city. Do you know that
some of the most responsible flrmt
here use the wharves for storehouses
and soil their goods from tho whnrf?
Thero is a stotage charge hero of
ten cents n ton, twlco tho amount
proposed at Illlo, but (t Is a volun
tary charge proposed by the Import
ers for promotion work.'"
As the meeting closed Attorney
Hcmcnway offered tho thanks ot the
gathering to the Governor for his
courtoay In giving n hearing to tho
question. No decision was announc
ed hy Governor Frear as to whnt no
tion would be taken on the franchise,
The petition presented by shippers
and 'ship owners vvus:
"Honolulu, T II., July 9. 1910.
"Honorablo Marston Campbell, Super
lutondent of Public Works, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
"Blr: Wo, tho undersigned ship
pers, shipowners and others directly
Interested 'In tho welfare of tho town
of Hllo, Island of Hawaii, aud In tho
establishment ut that port ot proper
wharf facilities now mado posslblo by
the largo expenditure by the federal
government In brenkwuter construe.
tlon, do hereby respectfully represent
"1. That wo have read the proposed
llccnso from the Territory of Hawaii
to tho Illlo Ilallroad Company for tho
construction 01 a wnari ui nam port
ot Hllo, and have examined a plan
showing approximately tho location ot
2. Thnt wo hereby heartily en-
dorso tho policy ot the territorial gov
eminent as Indicated In said propos
ed llccnso to the end that Territory
tetalns general control of said pro
posed wharf, with tho prlvllego of ac
quiring tho samo at any tlmo on the
torms nnd conditions lu said llccnso
".1. Thnt tho growing commerce of
tho port of Hllo consequent Jupon
railway extension nnd development of
intural resources necessitates moro
rapid dispatch lu tho handling of
freight to and from vessels at said
port than Is posslblo under present
"We therefore respectfully pclltlt'ji
that said proposed license, a copy ot
which Is hereto attached, be execut
ed without delay tn tho end that said
Improvements be Installed at tho carl
'est possible date.
"Ilishop Company, Bishop Trust
Company, Ltd., Olaa Sugar Company
Ltd., Puna Sugar Company, Ltd., Ho
nolulu Iron Works Company, I.aupa
itochoc Sugar Company, Ltd., llama
Una Mill Company, Kaiwlkl Sugar
Company, Ltd., Theo. II, Davies &
Co., Ltd., Walakoa Mill Company,
merlcnn-llawall Steamship Com
pany, Hllo Ballroad Company, Hawai
ian Dredging Company, Ltd., Hawai
ian Development Company, Ltd., Pa
hoa Lumber Mill, Alexander & Bald
win, Ltd., Hawaii Mill Company, Ltd ,
by II. Hackfold & Co., Ltd.: II. Hack
fold & Co., Ltd., Henry Wnterhouso
Trust Company, Ltd. Hllo Hotel, The
11. P. Dillingham Company, Ltd., Kl
laiioa Volcano Houso Company, Ltd.,
Wall, Nichols Company, Ltd., llama
kua Mill Company."
JOSEPH PULITZER SAID
TO BE SERIOUSLY ILL
NEW YOIIK, July 20. Joseph
Pulitzer, proprietor of tho New
York World and 'St, Louis Globe
Democrat, Is said to he on his way
back to New York In his private
yacht In a serious condition. Mr.
Pulitzer wont to Berlin some months
ago; and litter to Vienna, where he
vvus to undergo treatment to try to
resto're his eyesight. Mr. Pulitzer
has been In poor health for boiiio
time, and his New York friends fear
thut ho will nit survive a now at
tack of Illness.
ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE.
Tnat terrible Itch disappears with
tho FIllST DItOPS of 1). D, D. Pres
cription. It kills all skin disease
germs coustnntly. A soothlug. honllng
lotion used externally only. Honolulu
Drug Co. Fort Street.
1 Girls nro all right as fur as doy go,
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