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EVENING HUU.ETIN. HONOLULU. T. It., T1IUHSDAY, SEPT. 8. 1910.
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates-
'rllAT IMMVTS ore peculiarly maceptlble, to opium nml Its various prep-
nrationa, nil of which aro narcotic, is well known, l'.vcn lnthanniallc.it
ilyf, if continued, Uipio opiulra cuiko changes In llio functions nntl growth ol
llio tolls, which nro lil.ely to bccoino permanent, cnulnj ImWilUy, mental
perversion, a craving fur ulcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous divvies, uncli
M intractable nervous ilypopia nml lack of staying power, nro a result of doling
v.llh opiatCT or narcotics to leep children quiet in their Infancy. Tho rule among
lRlcJans H Hint cliildren should never receivo opiates In tho smallest doses for
uioro tli.in a day nt a time, nml only then if unavoidable.
Tlio administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups nnd other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
tliodruggistshould not henparty to It. Children who are III need tho attention
if n physician, nnd It is nothing less than a crime to doo them willfully wlllmar.
ic lis. Castoria contains no narcotics If It hears the signature of Clias. II, Fletcher,
Tho S? ,Tj i jr Bimriuilccs cciiuliio
nlffiiitture of futyr, cucAttf Ctiatorlii
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
tor jrars In cMMrsn's coinplainta ami Mure found
touring Itttrr." Jons J. Lirri, M. 1).,
Fer sewal jrars 1 rrrr.mmmlM jour Tastnrla
and .liall Alwsjf cnnUntre to da h, as It has Inya
llab'j Cndarf I UnWlclal rraulls."
Uuhih r. riniiri, M. 1)., Nrw York Citr.
"Your CsMorla fa a meritorious household
irrmil. Hlaprirrlr vegetable and arts at a mild
cathartic. Atiro alt, it d'xs no harm, nblch la
mote thio can la said of the en at majority of cMU
Viotos II, Corrxix, It, D., Omaha, Neb,
'I hsta r-iraerltict your Castoria In many cases
and hare always found It an eftlrient and speedy
remedy." A. F. l'trim, M. D., St. Louts, Mo.
" I bare nntl your Castoria In my own household
with pond rrenlta, and bate adilsrd several patients
tn ue It fur Its mild, lsiatlve effect and freedom
from harm, Kdward Pannisn, M. P ,
Brooklyn, N. T.
' Your Castoria holds the esteem of the medtrat
profession In a manner held by no other proprietary
preparation. It Is sun and reliable medicine for
Infants and children. In fact It Is tho aolnrsal
household remedy for Infantile ailments."
J. A. Parker, M, D., Kansas City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
SUMMER IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT
9QJm , PtfSt J aaHEaaaaaali
Moke it Cool and Cornmfortable by Installing an
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is tiic most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the an.umic, 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
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samples free to Phyilci&m and Druffliti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racint, Wit., U. S. A.
are people who spend money foolUily. Ofton
It is an estate that is wasted away or. a busi
ness, A spendthrift Is often a foolish young
man without braids or;eperience,
But not. always, ; -
Tlfero aro'also advcrtisfug spendthrifts
men ordinarily sound In business who throw
their mpney away in injudicious advertising.
Don't scnllor your firo, Uso 0110 medium
tho Jjost and spend your monoy whom you
will got 8omo rolurn,
In llnwnll tho papnr Hint pivot, tho bust nl
vi'iiMo" .('suits Is llio (Ivmilnii niillolln.
Short Stories For Evening Hours
1'nit nml parcel of Kathleen Mow
urd's love fur all liiiniiinklnil was n
hcllcf In its gnodiiciiii. inciU'illisn of
diinatroiiH results, her cxpcrlcnco with
HUiidry women nml men left upon licr
conisclotiMicfiii only nn ntuiurnnco Unit
their nltimiilo Intention had been fair
enough. That Rlrl friends borrowed
her prettiest clothes nnd leturned
them ripped nnd soiled wns no proof
of their meniiness. Knthleon incepted
tho euro ot llttlo Hilly Kludge for nn
afternoon or of Hatty Upton fur u
day, nnd boro with sweetness nnd pn
llcnca (ho responsibilities they Incur-'
red, with tho thought uf how much
worn- it must he for their mothers to .
Ime had responsibilities liidcilnltcly. I
No wonder ever) body loved Kath
leen nnd Imposed on her and tried her
iouI nnd Hindu her happy nnd miser
able nnd blessed according to tho
point of view yuu wish tu take. No
wonder, cither, that people marvelled .
at her and wanted to shuko her be
lief In angelic qualities masquerading
under commonplace, skins. They
found It hard to awaken even a sus- I
piciuu in miiiuccii, uui, iur ana near
anion); her iiianv friends dwelt tho
purpose to shutter Kathleen's notions
and make of her a more normal pcr
sun, Ono nfternoon, abuut 5, Kathleen
was iK.urlng tea for Hilly ltlndRc's
mother. Mrs, HlndRO was Just back
from town nnd her arms ached with
tho weight of her shopping, and her
feet nehed with tho heat nnd too much
walking, and her head ached. More
than all, her heart surged and Ailed
and bubbled over with bitterness at
Hie sight of Illlly's best white plquo
suit, ou-r which Bwept In graceful
lilies n perfect wonder of green nnd
red paint. Hilly had osenped Kath
leen nnd everybody else lutcrcsted,.
uui Invaded a painters equipment In
Kiittilr.'11'B kitchen while the painter
'iad his lunch out ot doors under tho
trees. Tho trees wero green, so rcn
Honed 'Hilly, nnd why not ho? Tho
roses wero red, nnd ho, with equal
rcasunnblcness, why not lie? This was
what Kathleen had made, out ot his
answers to her remonstrances.
"Von have no Idea, Kathleen," Mrs.
Kludge was saying, "what 11 euro that
child Is. if I should have. another one
I think I should die. That suit Is
ruined, utterly, helplessly ruined. Of
course, I don't blnmo you, you muslj
not tliltuk that, but really, Isn't 'it
enough to break anybody's heart to
look nt that sultr
"I don't seo how It could have been
helped, Amy," Kathleen answered,
patiently 'Hilly seems to know what
ho must do and what ho can't do, and
promises to sweetly and looks such a
dear when he nsks you things, that
yuu don't know how to refuse him,
nnd then, suddenly, tho world topples
over your head nnd you eincrgo to see
Hilly In some wretched plight. Hut
yuu must love him so, Amy! Think
what a baby girl would bo liko If bIio
had Illlly's curls and illlly's eyes "
"And Illlly's love of mischief und
HIlly'B guile and Hilly's paint tlint
won't come off," Interrupted his moth
er. "Now wu will go homo, Kathleen;
though I do hate to leave here, every
thing Is so cool mid restful."
Hut they did go nt last and Kath
leen watched them turn to waul home
with relief In her heart. Suddenly sho
bethought her of something nnd rush
ed madly out of tho house after
"Oh, Amy!" she shrieked after the
rapidly retreating figures, "did you
get tjiat ribbon for mo nnd the laco
"I'm so sorry forgot It until
didn't hnvo uny time left ," came
back the disjointed sentences, nnd
Kathleen's courage failed her. Her
dress for tomorrow night's dnnco was
a dream, but It had no sash and she
simply could not wear It unless she
hud some lace to finish the neck nnd
A man on horseback met her beforo
she reached her gateway. Ho noted
her dejection. Mnybe ho thought Bho
would accept a llttlo cheorlng. Any
way, he stopped his horso and drop
ped nt Kathleen's side In time to ho
asked within for a cup of tea and a
cuke, it wiib very cheerful In Kath
locn's den, Thcro wero Just a few
chalis that were made to st In and n
broad, low couch nnd n fireplace. He
fore tho llropliico Kathleen's favorite
rug gave light to tho otherwise dusky
Interior, u pruyor rug, till umber nut
ruby und u summer-bcn blue. Drop
ping upon It nnd resting lior head
"" P'le 01 pillows, isatlileen ie
luted her experiences for that ono
"And she borrowed my pcuil bu.ocli
tn fusion her collar becnuso alio came
away In such a lurry that she forgot
lo put line on. uid now she hits gone
Iiiiiiiu und forgnlli'ii lo give It to me."
Kathleen eiul..i Hlio looked llieil and
T'eulud )tm piull) inuu.ily ilhln'l
she?" sympathized tho man who un
derstood. Somehow his hand found a resting
place on Kathleen's shoulder; some
how his voice found nn extia d ruler
"I don't know, but It may bo mj
own vnnlty that's hull," Kathleen said
nftcr n moment. "I wauled In look
my best tumoiruw night, as If clothes
niado tho girl, and as If nti body
would euro inure lor me lir a pink
dress than he they would In n blue
one." Hhe 'Hushed nt tho little slip
she had made.
"Tomorrow night?" the man ques
tioned. "What Is going on then?"
Ills fnee showed some disturbance.
"Why, Mrs. Urn. 1 1 told me she ask
ed youl" Kathleen oxilalmed. "She's
giving n danco for Just a few Intimate;!
nnd she usked me It there was any
body I particularly wanled her to ask
do you mean she has overlooked
The man put his hand In Ills pocket,
pulled out several unopened letters
nnd dropped duo in Kathleen's lap. lie
looked happy again, mid conlldently
awaited tho glance she gave him.
Thcro wns confusion in that glance,
shy luipplnrSs and Infinite belief In his
"It wns nil so lopsy-tuney fur a
moment," she said smiling, "llrst Amy
und then Mrs. U.vcll forgetting and
ninyuo you refusing "
"""Hut what now?" ho asked with
moro intention In look and voice than
ever can bo put In spoken word.
, "Now I can move mountains again,"
Kathleen said. Hut with tho next
inovo the wholo wurld changed, nnd
not only tho world, but the meaning
thereof. Huston i'ost.
.t u a it u it u u u u ti xi 11 a ti rj
mi:sciJRi:nir.To m pays.
I'.MO OINTMIJNT U Binnnlrnl
mm uiiv rum of Itriilmi nn... i
I IIMtoiinr I'nMfii'lliiK I'lK In ri f
i'MymiriiHiiiuntfiiiiw -Mii'ln jy
I'MilH MlfllJi'lKH C0..HUIMI bull,
Q n n tt u tt it u tt u u u u u u u ui
UMPIRE IS CHASED
' OUT OF GROUNDS
Disgraceful Riot at Los Angc
, .,, JJo,s .Baseball Game.
1 LOS AN(!I:LKS, Aug. US. itowdy
Ikin, tvt) indthci pollco were the
chief features of ucftli gumts today
in the Coast- league between the
'Vernon :.ui(l-SJticntnicntp teams. So
ineeiiKcd uui mo- vcrnomics become
ut I'luplic rinncy's decisions In tho'
morning gnmo that they dashed
f I oui the stands unto thu Held and
made fur Kinney. The small furce
of polite available wus us nothing III
hecklug the onrush, und Kinney,
seeing the situation ut n glance,
made for the gate. The crowd followed.
I'luuey reached the gate llrst, and
seeing he wns still pursued, Kept on
across country until he reached the
tracks of the, Lung Death Hue. where
he boaidcd u car and eluded his pur
suers, several of whom kept, up the
chare lo the cud. The Bcnutois won
this game, S tu '2, principally be
cause they hammered Italelgh hard
In the llrst two innings.
In the afternoon at tho Chutes
the polko were again culled in to
quell the crowd. As In the morn
lug, the trouble began over what the
crowd termed unfair huso decisions,
though Vernon was In the lend all
tho time. Top bottles, ut llrst Just u
few, und then un avnluuclic, fairly
rained over tho Held, und so excited
did one spcitnlor become that he at
tacked Jess Stovcll of the Vernon
team, evidently mlstnl.lng hi in fur a
Senator. For a few moments this
fight waxed warm, but tho police, on
hand In gondii' numbers, finally suc
ceeded in restoring quiet und the
game proceeded. Vernon wun the
game In the fourth by making five
runs on ono lilt und four errors,
n n n "
DOROTHY NEWKIRK ISSUES
Duruthy Newklrk, tho I'aclllc
Const champion woman long-ills-tamo
swimmer, who resides ut Santa
.Moului, Is anxious tu havo a race
with Annette Kellermunn, the won
derful Australian swimmer und
MUs Newklrk challenges Miss
Kelleimuiin to u long.dlutiilico ocean
swim fur uuy distance over half a
milo. The challenger won the ra
il lie Coast championship l.y swim
ming fiuln the Iong whuif ut Hantii
Mmiliu In Ilia Veiilie pier, in July,
I Dull. The distance Is iihuu lliiin
Ihu miles, hut the young woman mv
e I I'd ( wllli pel (iMt ease, vvliiuihu u
Miss NuwMik has pjillilp.ilvi III
iiimiy nwliiiiiiliiii .wun. und imi. won
munition. inHai. Hln h nut tv
I IT II )r. of ( and .he ill- luiu
I Inn kln will wlin m Ivi'iii'Mimiin
Ml HID HHI.l'HU'ni I lilts' Ills. lull. I
I IHU) Mil, HHd IM gu, dl.UiKi' kli
m Um iHtfi Wki" bill WilU1
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