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nyKNINQ nUM.ETJN, IIONOI,
T. II.. THt'nSDAY, OCT. fl, 1910.
for Snfantn and nhi.dren.
The Effects of Opiates.
rllffl' Vj'AYrt nro peculiarly susceptible to opium anil Its various j
' artitjiina. r.ll of '.villi li nro narcotic.
Ja If iiAkliiiiim.l 4li.ui hikl i(nd n nun
lift Jil. T,ht,!i n rn llL-.lv to lenm
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nfrve.titn. n.f'ftvIiio fni nlrnlint nphinn(lialii lit,.,- ttfrt rCnrenli tlfatfif.i. aiu!i I
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'With opiates cr narcotics tu ki cp children quiet in their Infancy. Tho rule among
'j liyslciLiis l.i tlialcliildi-cn should never receive opfalcsiu tho smallest doses for
moro tli in a day at a time, and only then If unavoidalile.
Tho tiilmiiititrutlon of Anodyne., Drops, Cordial, Soothing' Syrups and oilier
narcotic tu children by any but a physician cannot be tab strongly decried, and
tho drujfjlul should not bo a party to It. Children who aro 111 need tho attention
cfa pliy.'dcinn, and It is nothing less than a crime to doso tlicm v. lllfiilly with nar.
cclcs. CoAtoriacdntalns no narcotics if It bears tho slgnalura of Clias. 11. Fletcher.
S7 Jlfa J jf uuurnntccs gcntili
i f " t6aS-y, f-cidc4tM Ciistorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Your prri'tutluu kLowo M CiftorlA X biro nfiil
for jrc Hi li clilldnn complaint atxl I Lava fouml
tclLluj UU.v." Joint J. Llll, M. I).,
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For itrerftl years I rKbmm-nol yoor 'CutoiU1
aiul al.atl alinjra frtiUuuo t'l da to, u It haa l&ra
rlatilj p;oJaced UotccUl rrt'ilia."
KinrH I, nwi-r. M. D Kcw York City.
"Your Coitnrlt li a lurlloilnni lionwlmld
rimed, ICUpuMlj TrctUUe trularn aa mild
lauiaitle. AUit all, It d'Mi.no liiriu, nblch la
inula than can be aald ut tho crtat majority of chil
Viotos U. OotTKill, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
PONGEE SILK, GRASS LINEN,
f ABtE:COVERS and DOYLIES
has just been received from China
YEE CHAN& CO.,
Cor. Bethel and King Sts.
There is no. preservative or
artificial coloring used in
j Heinz '57 Varieties
Th:y are preserved in the
cane sugar, spices, vinegar,
', etc., and are absolutely pure.
Your Grocer Has Theni
PASS YOUR VERDICT
On the Quality of Our
BREAD, PIES, and CAKES
It will be one tlint we can feel proud of. Our FROZEN CREAM
PUDDINGS, PUNCH and SHERBETS stand the test of the most critical
HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open From fl A. M.'to 7 P. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electrio light Baths (blue, red, white and violet).
Steam Baths: Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle. Nauheim, Carbonic Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths ; Massage, X.Rays and High Frcquenoy,
Special attendant for Intliei
1028 Nmisnn -31
is '.veil known. liven In tho miiallo.'.t
t.1.aH ! (t.n aaa tf (na . rt.t fr.M.llli -. f
n..r..,i.nl Mii.'i.r In. I., ci'.tlv. mental
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1 bars rurecrlbcl yoar Caetoria In maur caere
atiil have alwara found It an tOlclrnt and etNvdj
reined," A. F. 1'crLtR, II. I)., tit. Irala, Mo.
" I bare ncd yonr Caetoria In my own booreliold
with cond rienlte. and have adile.il eevi ral ta'.!iiila
to uj It for IU inlbl, laiallro ilToct and trciJom
f roin liatm." Enviun 1'inmiM, II, IV,
' Your Castoila hold th,rrtim of Iba mrdlcai
prorcteion In a manm r ru-lil by nn oil rr proiirlt'tarMl
prrparatlon. It 1 r aura and rt'lljblo incdlclne for i
Infanta and chltfirn. In fact It la the unlnreal
bonecbold remedy fur Infantile alljienta.'
J. A. raaKcn, II. D- Sanaa City, ilo.
WHAT I SAW IN
iX the, I'xoHiiiiym
I riro,:jur.t nnn uf Vfiii-.atiOnbllnHniiwiJ.alfi 'I'liaVe conclude,! tlmM
ti'.oro Islands, nnil tor tljn lint ton
ir twelve joara I liavd Won .lilt this
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B. and (hat Job ko. Kent mo
wj busy that I have nalil no nlten.
(lie changes that
,llUe "CC" BlnS on
I iiuiKt ci.nd'jg tliat I havo used
i"iy observing powers lint very little
until ih s itmruni
until this nTornlnp, whUe waiting on
the corner of lintel nnil Koit r.treets
for a friend who did not nlinw up on
time. I looked down Knit utrect to
ward King and counted nineteen au
tomobiles lined up on either side of
that rtreet In that limited space;
then I barkened back a few years
and called up n mental blueprint of
n projection of n huHdlnc; that used
to stlrlt out Into the street, making
a rnrt of Cnpo Horn that occasioned
the pedestrian to tako to tho street
If lie would pass It.
Hut my mind did not stny long In
that old and gono past. Ko one's
mind enn long remain with Hono
lulu's stagnant period when stir
rounded Willi the bustle, nnil. busi
ness of today.
Still growjlng over the delln'
fluency of my friend, I sauntered
down Kort street. Store windows
never did appeal to me, but today I
rould not help but notice how at
tractive ninny of them were. I have
had the honor of living In the second
largest city In tho world, and I can
say, without 'a blush, that the win
dows of tho stores of this city com
nare very favorably with thoso In
large cities on the mainland.
After n night "pent In lighting
mnsiiultoes, I thoroughly npprecl
ntod tho display innilo by Honpon,
Smith & Co. The Honolulu Photo.
p.iinnlv rn next rnnclit tnv ntten
Hon. Years ago I used to dabble In
Mm art f ulintotfr.inhv. lint had long
flnea nn" on ncroiint of stress of
business. I was not. sttro that the
pictures ln!tlio.wJHlow wero enlarge
ments from kodak films, so I .butted
Into the store nnd they tqlti mo all
about how It was done. Shoes!
That's' where I shine. I pfWe my
self' on my knowledge of shoes, for
I havo worn shoes ever slnco I was
a year oldbut, say, tltcvinan stand-
lug In' the' door of the Manufactur
ers' Shoe Co. tod mo moro nbout
shces In five minutes than I have
learned In the last thlrty-Hyq, years.
t He noticed thti slWc'ut la my right
shoe, hurt Sa'liP'Corn?" I ncknowl-
' edged n bad one on my right little
, toe, or my little right toe, nnd I got
n lot more Information about corns
that I did not think existed outBlde
of what I know nbout them, for I
hayo had that corn over since I have
worn shoes. I have got an Idea that
I know whero I am going to buy fhe
next pairof shoes and see If what
he said about his shoes Is so.
Tho next window, if I remember
tight. liolongK to Whitney & Marsh.
The display In that window Is awful
pictty, although It did not particu
larly Interest me, only from the fact
thn the lady with whom I board
simply ravedaver the display In
Whitney k Marsh's window, and, of
course, 1 had to have a look.
When I hnd reached Henry May &
Co.'s store nnd took-n look at tho two
windows, I forgot nil about that do
llnqiient friend. Hero Is whero we
live, MI1U In one window and mush
In tho othor. Tho man who dressed
that window thoroughly know his
business nnd ortnlnly made no mis'
tako In the combination. Tho next
window gavo me n Ktart. Although
I am not up In Inces. I know somo
thing pretty when I seo It, nnd you
can -Just bet tliat thnt window, was
about tho prettiest thing on that side
of Kort street. It seemed thnt there
wero laces enough there to Bupply
all of the United States, and I wbb
wondering how Jordan happened to
get stuck on such u big lot. Again
1 hutted In nnd asked them nbout It,
"Why, bless your Innocent. bouI, we
havo not near enough to last out this
sale." nnswetcd the mannger, for It
happened to bo that I had sought for
tho Information from 'tho right
pource., "Q,ur lady clerks are deal
ing out Ia:es so fast that It Is a posi
tive fnct w shall have to have more
help behind tho counters." I asked
him whu't was tho special nttrnctlon
In tho lace line. Wero tho ladles nil
Bng to wear peeka-boosl VWhyi
man nllvc, look at tho prices marked
nn iimu,. in the window. TliOcClty
never saw such n slaughter, in, lace
before." ' ! passed on, dreanjng,;ot
SpnnlHh slgnorltas with lato shawls
wound around their heads, nndjnro
ptork Wluin, Hill, bods' UP here
wero somo more shoes. Tho thought
struck mo that I would sec If Mc
Inerny knew as mil.' nbout shoes as
tho fellow up tho street, so In 1 went,
Well, limy havo got mo guessing
COLDS CAU8E HEADACHE
!I,XATIVB BROMO-QUININR, re
moves tho cause. Used the world over
o euro a mid in ono day, I!. W.
(IKOVli'B signature on each box. Mads
PAKI3 UCDICINU CO. Kalnt Louia. U. B.A.
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1 jLi.'.iriLiM. gQirintuir'LMTgLiiirTiijr' :. riHolj" juLttL it.. A
wi .1 jjtt.v- u .pair of chocs In oaeh
M JiJind h.J 'thcni cut.
I II1 not have time to g.i uu
filnd choked up, lint I am going to
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SAYS WOMEN OFFENDERS
AP.E WOetSE THAN MEN
Russia's Chief of Prisons Also
Declares the Judges and
Officials Am Lenient.
NKW YOItK. Scp'cmlier 17. "The
most dangerniiA criminals nro women.
lint ovcrywhcio they arc tiojt'd best
because they'nro women."
This Is tho statement of Comml.i
sloncr M. rcteluno do Kronleff Chief
of tho Ituselau prison drp.iitm?nt, who
Is ho.o ns a delegate to tho Interna
tional Prison Congicss, to bo held
next month in Washington K wry
body lias read horrible tales of tli?
cruo'llfn Inflicted miljtiunl.in prison
ers, Including tho women priincr-i.
so M. Kioulcft was nuked Just what
penalties could bo Inflicted on women
In bis country.
'"Wo have 0,000 women prlsoncm In
my country, including thoso In HI
hot In." bo said. ".Many of thoni nro
suffering for crimes quite as strlou
as thojo for which tho majority of
men prlsonors nro arrested. Yet there
are two penalties which we never i-i-diet
on tho women. Whatever they do,
they are never whipped with the
knout. And they never are B' t)t out
of tho prisons to labor.
"Our women nro kept In prlsops ser
arnto from thoso of tho men. The
stnlf In the women's prlsnim li In a
great measure cAntnescd of women.
They nro sent to Slbvla, of course
and the roverjty of the exile varies
with Individuals; lint I hoy are pro
tected even ns In the homo prisons,
"Only when , n woman docs engage
In ctlmo hho Is nhvnys more to be
dreaded than ii man, Rho can do rv
erythlng that a man criminal cm do
and more. Sho can kill. rob. burn
plot nnd she can ludiico hundreds of
men to do likewise, If she has tho
least pretention to bounty or magnet.
Ism. And while a m:jji may be very
bad himself, ho "is much lets lo be
feared than his woman colleague. Sho
Is herself plus "a3 many men ns she
"Yet I assuro you the woman crim
inal is well treated In Ilussla, as sho
"8lnce tho war with Japan thorn
havo b'en many, many murders Ih
my country, n ix-rfoct outbreak if law.
lossncss. ' Tliero havo boon women
nmong tho murderers, proved guilty.
Hut In all our records of tho last
troubled years you can hardly find n
single inslanco wlicro wo hnvo sen-
fenced a woman murderer to death.
Our Judges will not do It hecnuso sho
Is a woman."
A BIG DEFICIT
The Government Postpones
Increase in Taxation Until
After Next Election,
IIKIU.IN, Sept., 22, The 'govern
ment Is still struggling with tho
problems of. revenues wlilrh failed
of solution through the fiscal login
lalloil of 1909. It has been rumorot
for some months thnt tho govern
ment Intended to Introduce at tho
(text Bcssto'n of the Reichstag a bill
providing for niiuiiionni taxation,
Chnuroltor von Dothmann-Holl-weg,
howovor, has recently had a
conference with the cabinet, at wlilrh
a decision was reached to postpono
action In tho mutter until after the
elections to tho Helchstng,. which, it
Is expected, will ho hold in the au
tumn of 1911. Tho conclusion gen
erally accepted Is that tfie govern
ment Is unwilling to risk the polit
ical effect of new fiscal legislation
prior to tho election.
It appearc, probable that tho rovo-
nuo for the prrsont year from now
taxes will fall llOJfiO.OOO short.
Weekly n u 1 1 el In $1 per vrnr.
CROUP ASTHMA ,
A llmple. a.le aiklinUulvo treatment
tor hrunclilul IroubU'a. avolJlotf druire.
ot VhoiplnirC'otii:hii.trll'vvaCruui si
once. It la a b on M autrureia tiein
Arttnma. 'I ho lr renJeinl airo lilr ami
aepilc Inipllvd Willi eiery briulh iiuVea
braatlilns eaav, aootliua lb aoia lliroul
and etope tlia roni-h. t aiturlntr reMfut
slslita. It I liivaluabla to uiuuiera with
Send poetul lor iteecrtpuvo boollet,
Try Crufco-t uo A nil
aeptlc Tlituat Tab
leta tor tho lltltatcil
throat. They ars
almpla, effective ond
antleenllc. (It Your
dntenlit or Iroai i)i
iuv, in eiHiiii.
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She Won the Swimming
Race Through Paris
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,A HWIMM1NO .rafo in tho river
Nineteen competitors ,took pa'rt
(the Is one of the beat swimmers III
Vatch Your Temper
A DAD DISPOSITION' A GRADU
AL QROWTH WHICH CAN BE
DISCOVERED IN TIME.
VyilO has not shunned and at the
same time pitied tho woman with
a bad temper? The supposition, us n
rule. Is that sho has. Inherited It or
that It comes from bad henltli or
nerves. A a mutter of fact, nlna nines
nut of ten coma from mere liublt..
The cundlilnte for a bidtmipcr Is
usually a spoiled child' wh'oe;;whlnes
Bnl pcltlshnr-ss liav. oern 'mii-tnlttcd
tu by a weak willed mother." From
Whining to snapping Is n quick chnngo
for humuns ns well ns dogs, nnd uttcc
n woinsn renllses she cnil liiivo per wuy
by butntr URly she unerullyh eMi on
getting t that' way.
An Indulgent- husband usually com
pletes the work of demonetization, and
tin, spoiled woman snaps und snarls at
ilfSuvvr every trifle, no that, ho .lives
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.a., - tawupurs. '
Bclnc through I'arls was recently held
Mile. Marthe Itobert wns the winner i
lYance and has won several medals tor
In a stnte of continual nervous appre
hension. The shrews arc not mude In
a day. They are the results of n slow
process of many days' lack of self con
trol and self Indulgence. The bud tem
pered woman is ubnve nil things sclllsh.j
Sho cares only for her own comfort j
und sacrinres every ono else to It. If,
she Is arguing anything she Insists
upon being right regardless of the feel-,
Ings of others. She keeps .ip her
declaration that so and so Is so fur be-1
yond the limits of polltcne--s or consld-'
crntlnn. If you have the misfortune to,
hold an opposite opinion and sho can
prove you wrong It IS her prldo and
utmost determination to do so.
If you don't want to bo III tcmiercd
nnd feared by all In your old ago walrh
yourself carefully now. Avoid moods, i
They grow upon ono. Tho woman wlm
cmes down to breakfast nt odds with'
all the world hnd prepared to find' fault
Willi ovsrytl'lnr- Is ';owlr.rr-for Iivn-elC
tho seeds of. a villainous dlrposltlon.. .
' Kx'amlne yourself mid try to seo bow
many times you have lost your temper
ana man-) yourself uisagrecaDie 10 oili
er In a day. In a week, etc. You may
be surprised st the result, and certnlnl
If you sec tho tendency to nnd fault
nnd bo disagreeable Increase you jan
bo warned Iri tlmb to prevent the Sour
ing of your dliKislttrtn ns well as Bofho
very unpleasant episodes which nro
bound to follow the woman who has a
bad, uneven temperament, )
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SOME HANDY MAKEOVERS. (
An r'd mackintosh cap bo converted
Into j very .uUiil apron for washing,
day. Wide white 'tnpo makes a splen
did cfntlipsllne,, ilurpble and ;lcon. An
old f trnw bat serves fur k jpeg' p-Csket.,
A small box Covered with carpet' Is a
capital footstOnl,, A tin with a. few
small holes punched In, the ;.botlbm;
makes u Hour dredger. " '" ' '
yiIITn mnniulsctto Is one ottho
most populur fabrics Just now. It
Will lx used ii great deal for theater
gowns this fall. .,
The pretty model hero shown has a
tuiild with a very heavy white silk
embroidery cdgii. This flgures auw no
III- kimono sleeves. The belt Is gold.
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