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p.vn.s'txft ntJi.t.RTiN. Honolulu, t. 11. Thursday, Alio, n. iftift.
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for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT IXI'AVTS arc eculiarly sinccptlblo to opium nntl Its vurlous prep
arations, all ot win. li nro narcotic, U well known. E.cn in the smallest
dones. If continued, tlicso oplutci euiuo change in the functions and growth of
the cells, which nro likely to heionio pernmnent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics in later life, Nervous discusei, such
as Intractable nervous ilyspepi.i nnil lack of staying powers, aro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to lsei p children quiet In their Infancy. The rule among
jili) sicmus Is that children should neer receive opiates iu tho smallest doses for
lucre than a day at a time, nnd only then if unavoidable.
The administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to childreu by any but li physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
the druggist chuuld not henparty to it. Children who mo ill nei d tho attention
cf a phytliiau, and it is nothing less than a crime to iloo them willfully with nar.
relics. UaatoriacoutuiusuonarcoticsifltbearstliesignatureofClius.il. Fletcher.
alKlinlure of OaZlff-OUctt
Cf Vita I or iu
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Your irriirfttlon known an Cartorla X bateim-d
for )tftrt Iu thlhlnu'f complalnta aiid I La?e found
tuning UUtr " Joux J. Ln ri, M. I).,
v For f amal yr ars I rommrnJl yonr -Caitorla
ar.d tftll alwaja conUnue to do vo, a It baa Inva
ruOiljr ir(Mlacd beneficial mult.
tuwiH F. I'limit, it, 1)., New York City.
"Your Cantoris It s ttrrltorlnue bourrhoM
rrmnljr. Itli purely treatable ami utj si a mtM
cat&artlc Abors atl, It itovs no bnnn. wblch It
uor than cto t tal! of tbt (treat majority of cbll
Victor II. CorritiH, II. D. Omaha, Neb,
Chi Idren -Cry for
I but rncrlbed Tour Cattorla In many curt
arid bare alwaje found It an ifllcirnt and apced
remedy." A. F. l'trtrs. M D., St. Iolt, Mo.
" I bate nrd yonr Caitorla In tny own houtebold
with uud n. Jin. and bin adilacd lateral patlenta
to ne It fur Itt idIM. laxative, effect and freedom
from barm ' Edwaiid I-innim, M I) ,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Your Cartorla holdt tbt nWtm of tho medical
irotVloii In a tntnner beld bj no otber pronrktary
preparation, It It a tore and reliable medicine for
Infanta and children. In fact It it tbe unlnrial
boutcbotd remedjr for Infantile allmenta.
J. A. I'lssta, M. D., Kantat City, Mo.
BROOKINS INJURED WHILE
BEAT OWN RECORD
In Use For Over 30 Years.
few It:'1 izA)?- ' a
bcajutfy your home and pre
serve your books free from dust
and insects. All sizes and
shapes in beautiful golden oak.
H. HACKFELD 5 CO., LTD.,
Hardware and Office Furniture Department
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
. . Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
.lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
'"in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
' "U!ai.J -
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
FOHT AND HOTEL STEEETS '
4tEXJMf -ft.tK Vw . t t ? bOBbS ' "'
rty.'-t' fj -th "CfJ JI J 1 g
ll'hiitt hv Amfrlftn Priiii Apmirlatlon
Walter A. llrooklns- its he etnrted on his tour of 6,2T." feet In tlio nlr.l
Tills U a picture of Wnltcr A. llrooklns, who holds the world's rec
ord for nltltude In an aeroplane, reaching the hclsht of G275 feet In n
recent trial llellclnR that lie could beat his own record he made a start
yesterday, August 10, and when some distance from the ground he ac
cidentally fell from his machine nnd wast nccordlng to cablo yesterday,
Mis. Atwnod Is worth about S100,
000, I n Nested In ical eslnto and
Flocks. Uion the couple's lelttrn
froin Hun Ititfacl it will was drawn
tip b itttnt ue8 In which Mrs. At
wood provided $30,000 for Poster In
core of her demise. 'The balance wat.
distributed nmong rHnthes.
ane tnen paid llielexiienses of Ida
ter's courtship, the) hotel .and sun
dry -brtls of bolh herself nnd Vister,
bought him some jiew clothes and
"I wonder If the skeptlr.il ones
will still persist 111 declaring that
marriage by lorrrispondence Is j
The couple left the hotel with four.
irttiiKs ni u six suitcases, avowing
their Intention of traveling In stle.
A woman always has a tender feel
ing for a man who pays her u compliment
cards on sale at
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THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the an.cmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
nrcDared in a moment bv stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and j
nursing mothers, lindorseu oy pnysicians everywhere,
Ssmplea free to Phyitcla.ni and Dmlili. ,
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolna, Wit., U. S. A.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Pep Year
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UP i WAY
Saints and Military to Try Conclu
sions N. 0, H, and Marines
Will Have n Oo.
Hie St. Louis
afternoon at the
the now series ot
will start up, and
College team will
tuckle the All-Military nine. The
game should be a beauty, nnd al
though the followers of the Saints
won't listen to any talk of defeat,
the soldleis may surpilse the col
legians. There will not bo any marines In
the Military lineup, iih they have t
team of their own, nnd It would not
do to weaken the UaifiWet lay-out.
Still, the Military bunch ran get a
good team togethor, and the Saints
will have to hustle.
Five Cavalrymen will be on the
teutn, and three men wilt be from
Fort 8hnfter; Fort linger contributes
one, and the omblnntlou should bo
a good one. Hell will pitch for thu
soldiers, and Itoblnson will wear the
There will be a second game on
Snturduy, nnd the N. C(. H. and the
Murines will be the contestants, lloth
games should be well worth fceelng,
and the uttempt to draw the crowj
to the league grounds, where real
amateur ball will he plnyjed, will be
watched with Interest.
II tt SI
Jim 1'lddes, who was deputed to
call on the olllclnls of the A. A. V.
In New York nnd'nnd out from them
If the local amateur organizations
would have to pay seven and u half
dollars each to the central union,
hns cabled that tbo ten local clubs
can unite uud Join the big union
us a body. This Is good news to the
people who want to gal In Hue with
the amateurs of othor countries.
""" Leave Hawaii Promotion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FBIDAY 10:30 a, m., Pali; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua or Punchbowl,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. ra., around
. Diamond Head; 3 p, m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions, $5 per hour. For par
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wni;dn Co., Owners, Office and Garage, South
Street. Near Kini;
Poor - old Joe Clans has gone thr
toad that I'eter duckson nnd n score
of other good men! want, Consump
tlon seems to fl"nd"'caBy marks In box.
ers, and the list of those wins died
flam that dread complaint Is a long
Oaliu nnd Kauai will meet an tho
polo field next Satuiday, uud there
Is going to bu something doing for
uute. lloth teams are In tho pink of
(ondltlon uud a great gume Is tin
The Hawnllun lllecttlcs are to
piny the Wlchmnii Walloon b next
Sunday on the diamond, nnd a sec
ond gume will be between Levy's
and Klileis' combinations,
1 There will bo a meeting of the
O.i hu league this evening ut the of
tiro of C. V. Chllllngworth, and some
Jimiartuiil matters mo to bo ills
Men and Women Whom Late Bover
elgn Made, Show Scant Respect
for His Memory George V jvery
LONDON'. July 15. Moiirnlng for
n dead 'King is always a more or less
formal ultalr. but Umdon society Is
scandalized by the way In which tho
common decencies of lifo ant being
neglected by n number of people
some of nhom can without Injustice
bo described as tho tnero creatures of
the late King, lly this Is meant thnt
King IMnard made (hem socially, and
that thoj would inner have been
heard of outside a ery narrow clr
cle If it had not been for his friend
ship ami pationnge.
In sttong contrast to the behavior
of these persons Is that of ono of King
IMnard's friends who, whllo ho owes
him a good deal, no doubt, would
hne been n great iKirsonngo If the
late King had not speclnlly distil-,
gulslied him. This Is the Marquis du
8ocral. tho rortngiieso Ambassadof,
who was King Hdttard's chwst friend
In life and who Is his most slncoro
mourner In dentb. An Intlnmto frleiul
of Hie Marquis told mo today that
since the King's death iie tint liei'n
Inconsolable. Formerly the gayest
unil most genlnl of men nnd a gteat
favorite in society, ho hug become
moiose and solllursv He goes no
where and ho Invariably dines nlone.
Although noted beforo for his wit ho
neer Jests now nnd seldom smiles.
HERE'S A BRIDE
IS A BRIDE
Catches Groom With "Ad," Buys His
Trousseau and Settles $30,000
OAKLAND. July 24. Mrs. A. M.
Atwood, u wealthy widow of New
York ilty, und It. H. Foster of Dal
ton, Mass , who met for the first time
n week ago Sunday ut the Metropole
Hotel, mado n hasty trip to San Ila
faol this morning, where they were
quietly married. The nuptial knot
was tied nftor severnl wcekB of court.
Bhlp by (oirespnndente, and the newly-wedded
(ouple, both of whom nie
well advanced In years, left ,for n
honeymoon trip with Santa Cms n,
the objective point.
The coirespondcnco thnt led tlje
couple to the ultari began, while Mrs,
Atwood was In Is Angoleg recent
ly. She placed nn advertisement for
proposals with a matrimonial agency
of that city, and Foster's response
came, togethor with SI others.
Mrs. Atwood declared that No. C3,
fiom a man she hud formerly known,
was tm Its wny, when Bhe ncceptel
IWei'b proposal and ngieed to meet
him heie for the -eicniony.
She said thnt she nccepted Foster
bctaufee he did not unoke. "I want
n man who does not use tobacco oi
liquor," she said toda, and, strange,
ly enough, Foster, who was about
to puuhnbo a (.Igar from tho hole,
According to hor nvn statement,
"Don't Need To" ThcorV
IN A RECENT DEBATE AT RENO. MR. JAMES J. JEFFRIES
FAILED TO CONVINCE JACK JOHNSON.
SOME SEVEN OR EIGHT YEARS AGO MR. JEFFRIES WAS THE
LEADING MAN IN HIS LINE OF WORK. BUSINESS WAS GOOD AND
HIS PROFITS WERE BIG.
HAVING ALL THE MONEY HE COULD HANDLE AT THE TIME,
HE CONCLUDED TO TAKE A REST.
TO BE SURE, HE PLANNED TO GET INTO THE FIELD AGAIN
AT THE PROPER TIME.
.BUT EVERYTHING WAS ROSY AND THERE REALLY SEEMED
NO, GOOD AND SUFFICIENT REASONS WHY HE SHOULD SPEND SO
MANY HOURS A DAY KEEPING HIS MUSCLES LITHE AND STRONG
AND HIS WIND GOOD AND HIS HEART AND NERVES IN TRIM.
EVENTUALLY THE MEETING OF JOHNSON WAS ARRANGED,
MR. JEFFRIES WAS STILL TOLERABLY CONTENT WITH WHAT HE
(BROTHER, A HAS-DONE IS ABOUT AS BAD AS A HAS-BEEN.)
MR, JEFFRIES DID NOT CARE TO STAND UP IN THE TRAIN
ING RING AND PUNCH AND TAKE PUNCHES. HE DID NOT SEE
ANY NECESSITY OF PRACTISING SIDESTEPS AND FEINTS AND
HE KNEW ALL ABOUT THEM. WHY, SEVEN YEARS AGO HE
HAD DONE ALL OF THAT HE EVER NEEDED TO DO.
JOHNSON DID NOT OVERLOOK THE BOXING AND THE WRES
TLING AND THE CLINCHING AND THE SIDESTEPPING, ETC.
AS A RESULT, JEFFRIES RECEIVED JOHNSON'S COMPLIMENTS
ON THE POINT OF THE JAW AND HIS BUSINESS CAREER CLOSED.
ADVERTISING A BUSINESS IS THE TRAINING OF THAT BUSI-
ADVERTISING KEEPS A BUSINESS HEALTHY.
IT TONES UP ITS LIVER, STRENGTHENS ITS BICEPS, STEADIES
ITS HEART AND KEEPS ITS NERVES IN ORDER.
ONCE IN A WHILE A MAN DECIDES ,THAT HE IS DOINO SO
fj MUCH BUSINESS THAT HE 'CAN STOP ADVERTISING FOR A .WHILE
(j -ANDiRUN ON MOMENTUM. ' ' ) '
' ' MOMENTUM IS THE GRADUAL PROCESS TOWARD A FULL STOP.'
THE MOMENTUM BUSINESS IS USUALLY PREMATURELY FULL
STOPPED BY THE STRAIGHT LEFT JAB OF THE WELL -TRAINED
COMPETITOR WHO FINDS HIS OPENING IN THE 1STH ROUND.
IF YOU WANT TO STAY IN BUSINESS, STAY IN THE ADVER
NO MATTER HOW MUCH BUSINESS YOU ARE DOING, KEEP UP
ENERGY THAT MAKES IT.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL CUT OrF YOUR LEGS BECAUSE YOU ARE
RUNNING WELL IN A FOOT RACE AS TO CUT OFF YOUR ADVER
TISING BECAUSE YOUR BUSINESS IS TOO GOOD.
YOU MIGHT AS WELL TELL THE INSURANCE MAN THAT YOU
ARE SO HEALTHY YOU WILL DROP THE POLICY FOR A FEW YEARS
AS TO STOP ADVERTISING BECAUSE THE ORDERS ARE PILING UP.
"DON'T NEED TO" IS THE EVENTUAL PRELIMINARY TO
"CAN'T DO IT."
THE ONLY MAN WHO DOESN'T NEED TO ADVERTISE IS THE
MAN WHO HAS RETIRED FROM BUSINESS.
THE ONLY POLICY-HOLDER WHO DOESN'T NEED TO PAY HIS
PREMIUMS IS DEAD.
MR. JEFFRIES DOESN'T NEED TO TRAIN ANY MORE. HE IS
THE BEST NEWSPAPER IN TOWN
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