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RVENINO rJUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T I!.. THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1910.
for Infante and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
C'ASTOUIA has mot with pronounced favor on llio part of physicians,
' pharmaceutical societies and nioilii-al authorities It Ii tuetl by phyiicianj
with results most grat-fyin,-. Tho extended mo of Cinloriali unquestionably tho
result of lire-) fact: 1st, Tho Indiiputablo ovulcnro that It is harmless; !2nl,
That It not cnly allays stomal h uin and quints the nerves, but assimilates the
food; tlril, ltlsau agreeable umlperfectsubstitiilcforcastoroll. It is absolutely
afc. , It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotic, nnd does not
stupefy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Iiatcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This is a good deal for a medical journal to Kay. Our duty, however, is to exiosc
dangernnd record tho means of advancing health, Tho day for Jiolsoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance ought to t nd. To our knowledge, Civ
.0"a Is a remedy which produces cumposuru an-i health, by r. gulallm; the
Ijilein not by stupefying it and our readers urn entitled to t!m information.
Oaift Journal of Health,
lmr Cutorla tuodi flnt In Iti clam. In injr
t n ij jcara of pracllct I can m 1 new hare found
anjiMng tbat to ailed the place."
Wiu.li Dilxokt, M. I).,
'l bare nwd your Caalorla In the cao of mj own
babr and find It pttaant to taae, and havo obtaloid
excellent tcaalu from In nw."
S. A. UrcuiNis, l. I).,
1 lake, pie aanrt In recommending your CaMorla,
baring recommended Ua ut In man Initanci a, and
coniildir It tbe beet laiatlvo tliat could l Hied,
(specially for children.''
NiinixuL K. Kino, II . D., St. Lonla, Mo.
i ii i n i' a
"I li v. in-.' ).'!' 'li ..rl. . i,l ,'i.upd H a
exrtl'tnL renn.l I i in In.. -' i d and prlrai
practice fcr uuur 7e.tr. '?'' '.iru-ila la Mrillobi.'
11. J, Tin. It. II.,
"I find yonr Can'orla to bo a, fiandard family
nmcAj. It la tbe beat Ihlrir for tnfaita and chll.
dnn I haro crer known and 1 recommend It,'
k. K. Kikiuiok, M. I).,
"IlarlnR during tho paat eli ycarc preicrlbcd yonr
Cariurla for Infantile etomach dleordera, 1 rnoat
hrsrtilf commend It use. The formula contain!
nothing Jcli terloua to the mot delicate of children.
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Short Stories For Evening Hours
MEN ARE SO ATTRACTIVE.
Tlicy liml not rccn cncli iither fori phono. Iniiisliie. my dear, nt U
a month mill they lia.l so much to o'clock In tho inornliiR! How ills-
trcsslng It was! My rather wan r,o
lious'y annoyed ami mother thought
the hoiuo wan on lire. Hut, truly,
s.iy to each other that they wcio de
llghteil when they met.
! ...... . .I.ill . tun It n tat
now," the first girl snld. "It iloesn t . , , , ' , J ,
,. .i . . ........ ear, he wnB dec ileilly tho most tit-
ennm ua If llinri, tVPI ft fllH VPfV nt w
w .. .... ...w j .,. -- ,rt,,, ,..,. ,.- M,n, ,...- Ilmrtv
tractive men in town. I know I
chnll ho desperately hored."
tractive mnti I ever met over there.
IIo'b a coitnln of George i'lillllp!
"I think there are n roo.1 many In' you knowJI.tRT" I
wii," the other Rlrl paid timidly. I ....f' . .. , ,, ,,,. , ,..,
"Name one! Jnrt one, for me." " c 1. tnn't he nttrnctlvo? Don t
"Well, there'll Marvin Maltcy. nott' J J hli.k 8oT
ini I "Ho rccnis no to inc.
"Tlwf. only one." .aid tho nt..1, , '", rar huL" y' ,,;c,,lrcv,,
Rlrl. "Oh. ,11.1 1 tell you about tho ' ' ' " "' f ;
man I met In Cleveland? Ho was so, "' " . "r ,,ell,"r " "tItt"!n ,.,'
attractive! Of course, I didn't gho1 "IjHUn't mean to ay It in an odd
... . wnv
h m my address, Uul when no was '
BOI..B .way ho said ho should prob- "'N. ' U1' w-, '",, n
ahly ho In Chicago .oon and ho'd Ilk. "jr lou think ho s so nltractlvo?
my addresg and my telephono mini- " " ' Ba B"7
... ,. i ,.n ti,B, t,,' "W". something like that." said
him. never cxiiectliig to sco him In. "I0 nr" flrl
"Oh, now 1 remember.
One of tho Rlrts told mo It was ru
mored thnt you and he wcro engaged
Come, let's .start for home and you
all tho wldo world.
"Oh, nnd did he come?"
,V.. ,. .J... . n I. II, I 1, 1(1,(1 Wll
u-u, nuv J", "" " ""'!.. .ll .11 l , It .. II, -,.
What do ou supposc7 1 almost ""' '-- " ' """ " """
fainted when I heard It. Why, he's " " "
hero with a theatrical troupe. I HEW YORK WILL
knew that would surprise you. It OUST "MACHINE"
"Old 1 tell you what a lino tlmo Standpat Newspaper Admits That
Allele Is having In .New York? I'm Sherman Is Also Doomed to De-
hoping I'll go there next summer and 'cat.
I can scarcely keep from screaming ' "" " " "
at tho Idea, but. of course, my friends NEW YOHK. Aug. 28. Tho Her
..,.. i. .,, ,. nnu . liPpniiM)1 nld Bays It luis inado a canvass of
they havo only a parlor bedroom. Nw York SUto hy counties nnd that
Ailelo hus met them and they all' although tho ndnilnlslrnflon of ITcs
went to a splendid house party. I ''lent Taft will ho Imlorscd at thoj
don't know whore, but It was awful-. Kcpubllcan Stato convention to bo
ly attractive. They Invited a'man'liold nt Saratoga September 27, the
from Doston so attractive Allele Stuto machine, othcrwlso known as
wiltcs but ho was for Mamo Snoll- tho "old guard," will ho defeated by
lug. Then they asked another man' tuwo. In tho party who nro In favor
for Lucy nnd n Chicago man for,;" " uiiv ..imu "hi.
Adele. You know him Horace Ma-"U0SB'snl"
tncr If tho fight Is made, as tho leaders
"Oh, don't you? And he's so at- f H" opposition declaro It will be,
tractive, too; qulto tho most nttmc-Balnst tho election of Vlco-l'rost.
tlvo man I've bcpii In n long tlmo. 1 dent Sherman for temporary chalr
rcally think he and Adclo will get man of tho convention, It Is almost
married soino day, but. of course, jnu """In. according to tho result of
inusn't brcntho It to a soul. Shoitho canvass, that ho will bo defeat
knows mi many attractive men. oL Tho great majority of tho coun-
"Dld I toll you about .the man 1" nro ob'i "" una i n
met In Kansas City? Why, I must
have written you about 111 in, at least,
I don't sco how I could havo failed
to tell you about him, ho was bo at.
tractive. Ho called two or threo
times while I was there, and really
Portable Track, Dump Gars, Mule
Teams and Wagons, Plows, Light
and Heavy Rollers in the hands .f capable
workmen and under ihe supervision of experienced
furemen enable me to do
Grading, Road and Driveway Build
ing, Filling and Reservoir Construc
tion of the highest quality at a low figure.
Grades Established, Approaches
Selected, Soil Supplied.
Tennis Courts of Macadam or
Estimates furnished for Large or .small jobs'
P. M. POND,
tics will cast more than a majority
voto in tho- Stato convention.
As tho Herald In a Btrong sup
porter of tho "standpatters," tho fol
lowing must bo tnken with a few
grnlns of allowance:
! wi m.ltn ilovotcd. Wo wcro on "On tho question of Indorsing
u fishing trip together and wo huil ITchIiIciU Taft thoio is no division
tho most lun! Ho caught eight flsh,r sentiment. In this Stato thcro Is
hut 1 didn't get it thing, nnd ho.no manifestation of that kind of ln
lauglicd at me. Really, ho was vory surgen y which has split tho party
attractive." '" fwaln In tho Middle and Western
"i h ' nmlnir tn town?" States. Cannonlsm Is not yet n live
"I don't know. If he does 1 must iuo. nnd If there Is opposition to
rail wni mi. I'd like to know If.tho I'ayne-Aldrlch tariff law It will
manifest Itself on clcctjon day rather
than nt tho primaries.
Tho Now York Times says It has
maije a similar canvuss. which shows
that Roosevelt will control tho con
,ou don't think he Is attractive. 1'vo
been trjlng to think what his namo
is for ever so long. It's something
like llobhctt. Well, anyway, ho'tl
bring n card or he'll telephono. I nl
wiib toll people to telephono first
and then that sort of prepares mo for
their coming. Hy tho way, did I toll
ou about Mnttlc's cousin?"
"I don't think ou did."
"Well, ou would remember If I Aeroplane Circles Over Principal
had, because ho was so attractive Ho, Parts of City, Then Flies Away
NEW YORK MYSTIFIED
BY NI0HT AVIATOR
was In Kaunas City, too, nnd ho was
coming up to call, lint something al
ways happened to prevent. You
NnW YORK, Aug. SO. About 9
know how It Is. Ho wanted to come o'clock Inst night thousands of peo
dreadfully unil ho said so over tho pie In tho vicinity of Madison
'phono, but tho night before 1 left Square Turk wcro amazed by tho up-
,. ., , ... ........ ....... ... I. ......... .. .... ..W .. .....u,a I....B .Bninliin.
llLillltlli;U Ul 11 111 ) OVL 1UUO UVIUIMMIIU
which appeared from tho direction
of Long Island and hovered over tho
neighborhood for nt IcuBt forty-flvo
minutes. Tho strnngc, unidentified
aerial visitor wub about twonty feet
wide, patterned after tho familiar
Wright or Curtlss type, and carried
a led and green light on tho port
and starboard wings.
It circled about tho l'lntlron build
ing, soared high above tho Mctropol
Han I.lfo Insurance building towor
and finally swooped down within
tlOO feet of Madison Square I'.irk,
whore scores of witnesses plainly
lienul tho (hug.chug of tho motor
nnd distinctly saw tho outllno of
tho craft. After lrcllng, sweeping
nnd diving about tho nclghboihood
for thire.qunrtors of an hour, tho
air craft pointed toward tho ciibI
again and gradually faded away III
the night over Long Inland Sound.
What makes tho mystery of this
unprecedented night flight over a
laign city mora remarkable a tho
fart Unit nil tho p.perlonecd JorkejH
of Ihe nil- in o supposed to bo morn
ur loss mtlcH away fiiuii Now York
nt this tlmo. II la vurmlsed that
tho pilot of UiIh inuililno Is it mys
tt'ilinu iirwnimrr, like Molnonht.
who Hew hum I'aiU to l"iuoii nnd
lhi i,ii,fiii thU daring method ofdom,
nimiiiiiiiiK his iiiiulilnn a ml liU skill
fni Urn lliH lliu.
ho wai called out of town. I was ko
sorry, bemuse really he was so at
tractive. It seems as If ono nlwuju
meets Biich attractive men when ono
is away, doesn't It? Did ou ever
"Well, 1 think, perhaps they're
Just as nice at homo,"
"Yes, of course, that's as you look
nt It. I llnd them so attractive when
I am away from homo. Now, thorq
was Jim Davidson, Did I tell you
about him? Woll, ho wbb so at
tractive He was dreadfully nlqo to
D,ii8y and mo. I don't bollevo I ovor
told )ou about tho man I met at tha
bcieli. Ilo was so attractive. Well,
ho's going to live In Chicago on ac
count of his business,, Thoio's an
other man I'd llko ou to meet, but
ho says ho never comes to Chicago.
I told hliu If ho did ho must call mo
up, and ho b.iIi! ho would
"Tlmt makes mo think. Did I
ever tell you tho Joko on mo? Well,
I met a man who was over so ut
ti in tlvo over at Hello's, nciuss tho
lake, mid I told him whenever ho
ennui to town to call mo up, even
when ho was just pnsslug Ihiough
Mini ho promised. Well, do Jiiu know
I almost fill n led ono night ho
! mug up ut 'i niliiili III Hid iiiiiiiiIiik,
iiluii tin IuhI mi hum hum anil lio
loiiiuiiibuiril his prnmttv In Isle-
. .'.!. ' ... " ' .
HI IS ftmi:i) INflTO H 0AV8,
I'AKO 0INTMHNT li piaraiiU'rtl
id inri any rw (t llilunn, llliml,
IIUtlliiK ur I'ruiruillnu I'ilmt In ft id
iijysunti-i(yf.uiti!wl tl-tiln ly
l' M vf.t)
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Tln , alii of ilipidfiiili'ul Indium lis
uf llll' I'llllfll ttlHll' III I In' I lnw l
lam ten i mm I'sllmuiitl HI I,I'i.imiu
wii iuilni.il holiiM uiiiHimI ul II!''
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SAN FRANCISCO, Aug 20. May
Yohc, onco Uidy Hope of tho Hngllsh
nobility and later wife of Major I'ut
nuiii Hradlco Strong, Is destltutu und
111 In a local hospital. Sho was Btrick
en with paralysis In a cheap cafe,
where, shu was singing, and detail may
end her adventurous career at any
tlmo. May Yolio was born In 1'cnnsyl
vim la In a little town near Philadel
phia. Her inullier took her to. the
city, wheio Bho learned French- anil
(Jcrmaii. Sho iluvcluix'd a singing
uiico that was first li'ird In a riilln
dolphla church choir. Tliou sho went
on tho stage, alio attracted tlio at'
tentlon of I.ord Francis Hope, son of
tho Duchess of Newcastle. One of tho
wedding presonts uis tho fumuiiH
Hopo dliimouil. It was In 1SUJ that
they wcro married, and for soven
rars they lled toguther. Then came
Captain (later Major) I'litnnm Hrad
lco Strong, tho son of the mayor of
New Yoik. Flesh fiom the Philip
pines, ho met hor In San Francisco,
and they eloped, going to Japan, and
l.oi it Francis Hope divorced her She
and Major Strong tinveled much, sep
arating and reuniting soveial times,
hut finally separating for good Sluco
then May Yolio has been heard from
time to time, diopplng loner and low
er In t ho ranks of the priifisslon until
the end camii In I he Km Francisco
i-lifo, Htioug when lnwl heard fiiuii
was at Macao, in China I
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