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KVnNINCl I1UM.KTIN, HONOt.Ul.il. T. II. TliritSDAY, NOV. 17. 1310.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
pORTY YIIAHS ACJO almost every motlicr thought licr clillil must have
paregoric iir laudanum to mako it sleep. Thoso tlrnsr will produce sleep,
nnd arcwtlreipsloei many will produco llio lcc'rrom ivhlrli tlicro l
no wiililng. llany are tlio children wlio liavo licen killed 01 whoso health lav
been ruined for Ufa by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, ench of width Is n
jinrcotl- product of opium. Druggists nro proldblled from selling cltlicr of tlio
Jian-olli") nnmeil lo cliildron nt all, or to nnjbody without labeling them
"oion." Tliailcflnltionor "narcotic" is: "A medicine which relieves jmin
cmljiroiluccsikrji but which in JHiitonom ctoiM produce) stupor, coma, convul
turns ami death." Tho letsto and smell of medicines containing opium nro dls.
pulsed, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You should not por.nlt any mcdlclno to bo given to your children without
you or yo ir physU Ian know of what It Is composed. C'uslortu eloe'S nut con
tul n uurcollt's.
... -a SFf. .,.
signal uru of Wut&Z'ZcU4(
"I bare frrqnmllj irr-rrllwl Cnitnrla for com.
hum allwiuu uf cliilJn n u ,th gml r-ultr."
V. A. Cuntixu, M. D ,
Duflalo, N. Y.
"At th flhrt-rf IMrtwn cldMrrn I cfrtalnly
Vnow fomrtlilDK .loot juur jn it mrUIi In. ami,
arMo from 1117 mwi family citxrluirc, I liav,ln
tiijr jrars uf rucli., fra-M C'uturia IwpuUr au.1
tUidf nt rctuctl In altmt e try lioran '
Wm. J. JUCuixx, M I).,
Omit a, N.b.
"I nnl your Cwiorla la ry beneficial la tho
ttc.Uiu.lit of cUltlrtna auminta.
F. Darn, II. D ,
'I ohjoct lo what are railed patent medicine.,
whrra malt r alone knnn. w lial tuff 1 put in them,
nut 1 know tue formula of ourCaaio.laamladTlf
HauKlniironrrcAM. I Jadg.lt lot a vcr na
ful, n. wtll A. Lariuka. famllj medicine."
N. 1). Sims, M. 1)..
Brooklyn, If. T.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
in Use For Over 30 Years.
. Ginger Ale frj I
I At All Fountains I
H anil by tlio Caso from J H
I , RYCROFl'S I
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS I
H PHONE 2270 I
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations are being- nwde. to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW. Select from this list:
MINCE. PUMPKIN. SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 " ELITE BUILDINQ
Howard Company Will Pre
sent "Other People's
A piny written ulong lines to mako
peoplo forget the vagaries of thu
weather, tho foibles of our deposed
politicians, tlie niniora of the re
.mint proceedings, or the Impassible
streets, Is priiiulsed In tlie lillarl
oiih comedy culled "Other People's
.Money," which will be presented nt
thu New Orpheum this evening and
the balnnco of the week, in Hiding
In "Other People's Money," Hut
chinson Hopper, it Chicago stock
broker of the "wise" school, Is out
witted by his secretary and daugh
ter through the advice of procedure
unwittingly given by tho girl's fa
ther to the joung suitor.
A revival of Willie Collier's best
piece, "The Man I'rom Mexico," Is
tho happy announcement for tho
first part of next week, Including a
special matinee Thanksgiving Day
for tho holiday crowd. Sale of Bents
commenced jestorday with an un
usual demand for each performance,
tho matinee tomlng In for reserva
tions rnough to presage n full house.
Added to the Long List due
to This ForaousJ Remedy.
Camden. N.J. "KJsulth pleasure
that I add my testimonial to our
already long list -'hoping that It may
Induce others to nvnil themselves of
this valuable lnedl
Cine, Ljdlni:. I'ink
Compound. I stif.
feied from terrible
headaches, pain In
mv back nud right
sine, as tired and
nervous, and so
weak I could hardly
stand, I.vdla K.
ble Compound re.
stored me to health
and made mu feel like a new person,
and It shall aluays lune my praise.''
Mrs.W. 1. Valentine. W2LIucoln
Avenue. Camden, X. .1.
Gardiner, Me. "I wusngrcat suf
ferer from a female- disease. 1 he doc
tor said I would have to go to the
hospital for nu ojieratlon, hut I.)diaK.
I'iiiklmm's Vegetiible Compound com.
pletely cured me in three months."
Miss. S. A. AVilliam?. II. F. I). No. 14,
lto8(, Gardiner Me. r
i llnpntiaa vmir nntn la n iIllTliilt AnA
The price of admission for the holl. doctors having done you no good!
day matinee will bo the same a do not continue to suffer without
charged on Saturdays, when any seat ghlng I.)dla h. Pinkham a Vegetable
In tho liouso may bo had for twenty-
CHANGE OF BILL
AT THE SAVOY
Tonight thero will bo an entire
chnngo In the bill to be pief.ento.1 by
the artists of this jKipuhir theatre.
Tho past week has been n record-
breaking ono In theatre attendance In
Honolulu and the Savoy, no far, hoUU
tho belt for putting up the S. It. O.
card. Tlio Wilson Sisters have won
a placo In tho heart of Honolulu from
which It will be hard to dislodge
them. They mo excellent dancers nud
they sing well. In that rcspsct they
excel thoso fawirltc of n few weaks
ago, tho Desmonds. Frank Foster
has. prnviuJifmc3lf ns clever In tho
delineation nt black face characters
as ho wns In depicting tho Yiddish
and Countess do Pommo holds the an
il lonco during her tltno on tho stage.
The motion pictures at the Savoy ar3
Biiperlor to any ulunvn hero and Mam
ager l.ove exercises a nevere censor
ship over' all that come tor ill m from
tho States. As n whole nr. excellent
bill will e presented tonight and
each Jndlvldtinl net furnishes enough
entertainment to satisfy tho most
gluttonous appetite for amusement.
On early and get n good seat.
Compound a trial. It surely has cured
many cases or lcmnic ins, sucn ns in
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
llbroid tumors. Irregularities. ierlodic
pains, backache. Unit bearing-down
feeling, indigestion, dlrziuess, and ner
vous prostration. It costs but a trifle
to try It, and the result Is worth mil
lions to many suffering women.
y MOTOR CARS
Your neighbor who hos
a motor cur will glvoou
the straight tip If )ou
can get him In Mop en
joying himself to the
fresh air long enough to
Don't Think Thoughts Six
ARE THE SOLE AGENTS
Alexander Young Hotel
Our Parcel Delivery passes your door twice a day.
MIeh Ada abodes nnd William Wll
llamcou were mnrrled at tho homo of
the In hie last evening at halt-past
eight o lock. Tho ceremony took
plnco In a beautiful!) -du, orated par
lor beneath a canopy ofjwhlto tulle
nnd asters. A Hawaiian orchestra.
located nt some dlstnnco from tho
ceremonial room, gno forth the
sweetest of melodies to usher In the
The brldcAnald wns Miss Ireno
.Dickson nnd iDr. Hodglns acted ns
besf man.. The ceremony was per
formed by Uev. Father Stephen of
tho Human Catholic Mission.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllllambon will bo
nt homo after December E nt 1S47
COOK AND PEARY
No Living Explorer Ever Within
Hundred Miles of Pole,
COPENHAGEN, Nov. !. "Neith
er Cook nor Peary has n shadow of
truth In his claims. I
"No living explorer nor Eskimo
has been within 100 miles of tho
This Is the stnttUng conclurfon
reached' by Kniid Hamn-cn, say
Missionaries in (fTeenland, who have
loturned here. The missionaries,
who are deemed religious nnd reli
able, ray, too, that thoy bring de
tajls of Kammimen'R cross-examination
of the two Eskimos, Ahwelnh
and', Eturlshuk, upon wliot,o testi
mony Dr.'Cook relied for corrobora
tion of his claim that he reached
the Noith Pole.
After closely questioning these
two and other Eskimo., HnBmussen
Is obsolutely certain that tho pole '
Is still unconqucred.
Itnsmup.scn, an oxpeilonced Arctl"1
explorer, Is tho Danish Inspector of
(leenlnnd. His mother was an Es
kimo, his father u Dane. Whatever'
Hnsmuhcen snjs about Arctic cxplor-j
ntlon Is accepted with the greatest j
laitn li ere. no was a pariiaan n
Dr. Conk at one time. So, If the
missionaries quote him correctly, his
report will reopen the entire Polar
Many a business man has said, "I'm not enough of a
mechanic to run an automobile, and I can't afford to
keep a chauffeur or pay big garage bills to keep my car
The man who snyn Unit Is thinking In terms of six years ngo.
Six ears ago such n stntnment would not lme been to far
ntnlsH. The world bus mined In six years nnd the making of nutn
mobiles lias shown morn progress than nearly nnthlng else.
You can buy n real automobile now for nB low n price ns fl.'.no
It Is so simple to operate that vnu can, nnd should, drive It jourself.
It Is so trouble-proof you won't need to keep It In n gnrag" nnd heve
high-priced mcchanlcH tinkering with It nil tho time.
Six jears ago there, was rcarcoly a real nulomoblle to be had nt mis,
price. Hut now Just look around you, Kee the thousand of men
llko yourself who tire them constantly. Talk to jour neighbor who
lias one. Ho will glo you the straight tip. If you can cut get lilm
to stop enjoying himself In tlie fresh air long enough to do It.
There are ninny good ears nowadays, and niiv good car made by
one of the well established companion Is a good Investment.
We nre not In sympathy with that sort of automobile advertising
which Insinuates that nil other 'cars except the particular ono adver
tised have untried features and aren't worth half their price. A hum
mer Is a veiy useful thing In li c upenter shop, hut It has nhvavs look
ed to us n little out of place III tlio hands of n Kaleciunli or advertising
You need n car and ou
ono of a number of makes.
lierr l!le Can You II ii)
Much Sen Ire fur
won't make n mistake In bulng any
The public hns learned that It
Is not absolutely necessary to
buy luxury-priced enra to get
all the service tl.ey want.
The preference of the Chal
mers "30", JK.no (:nr, In mo
toring contests nnd owners'
hands hns educated the public
to this fact.
Tho Chalmers "30" two, four
or live passenger types wilK
answer every requirement of
speed, power and lomfort that
the nvernge man could ask. The
record of this tar In winning
tlie 1010 midden Trophy ovor
2,s,"1 mile, of nil sorts of ronds
In competition with cars twice
Its price and power Is siifllcient
proof of Its ability to do all the
nverago owner could ask of It.
I'pou the Chalmers "30" nnd
"l-'oriy" Is stalled the future of
u great business organization.
Every Chalmers Car told today
is helping the sale of other
Chalmers Cnrs many jears from
When you buy a Chalmers
you buy, tlist, a cur that will
give )ou full value nnd hard
service. You buy nlso' the co
operation and nsslstniiro of ev
ery Chalmers ngent In tlio eoun
tiy. You buy a guarantee of
peiforuinuco nnd quality h;ick
v up by an org.inbalimi that Is
litre lo Slav.
Examlno too ,l!lll models lit.'
our hljiwjocms. l.ot us take
vou evit. in-the Clmlin-rs "20"
(Hiiil duinrmsfiotft lfcf" fcMiiivlu'r
Milder nil rotrdltlon. '
MPLY LIGHT AND
Varmer does the rest
s i t SjZ&sSSSM
Wheii W 'get your wireless call for HELP,
w will come to the rescue with good old
hi PRINTER'S INK i
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
lN THE SKIN
For ninny years eczema was sup
posed to be n blood disease and was
erroneously treated as such, but now
tho best authorities ugreo .that cc
zenia Is only a Bkln disease nnd must
bo cured through tho skin. Tho era
Inent skin spociullst, Dr. D. D. Den
nls, llrst discovered the eczema germ
and his dlscovory was quickly taken
up In both Germany nnd Franco.
To kill tho eczemn germ and nt tho
biuuo time heal the Bkln, Dr. Donnls
compounded oil of wlntergreen, thy
mol, glycorlno, etc. Tho remedy Is n
liquid, not n mere salve, hence It
sinks right Into tlio pores of tho skin.
Washing with this oil of wlntergreen
1 cuU)K)iind seems to tako tho Itch
away at once; Boon tho scales drop
nvvny and tho dlsoaso disappears, Tlio
preparation has now been used so
long ns to have proven Its absolute
merit and we do not hesitate to ex
press our conlldenco In D. I). D, Pre
scription, IIoiolulii Drug Co.
A bulletin JiiBt Issued from the
Stntu Department of Agriculture
gives the names of all hroedeis and
owners of pure-bred livestock In
New York State, nrrnnged by hieods
nnd by counties, In to far as it has
been possible, to secure this Intormn
tlnn. In each cnsc t)in nunihfir of
animals owned Is shown.
Recorded Nov. 5. 1910.
S I'ujimma to von Hainm.Young
Co Ltd, C M; model 30 4 -c) Under
Cadillac 'touring car No 18524, Ter
of Hawaii; $700. II 341, p 104.
Nov 1, 1910.
J J Dorego 'to von Hnnun-Young
Co Ltd, O Mi t-cyllnder Fort tour
ing car No 1458, Ter of Hawaii;
$400. II 311, p 100. Nov 1, 1910.
Andrew E Cox and wf to James
It Jildd, D; C320 sq ft of gr 3570.
Prospect St, Honolulu, Oahu; $948.
11 332, p 397. Oct 24, 1910.
A II Dondero to Plerro llaron, D;
lot 4C, Walnliio Heights, Honolulu,
Oahu; 150. II 332, p 399. Oct 10.
Frank I. Webster by mtgeo to Onin
li Holland, Fore Affdt; lot 8, gr
5037, Knnlnblkii, Puna, Hawaii. 11
341, p 189. Oct 29, 1910
The Welkom Warmer
Size Sl&xG'l Inches, weight iVi
Tho only modern, safe, effecllve nnd
sensible mibhtltute for the antiquated
Hot Water Hag. '
No wutcr to heat no rubber to rot.
Will last for cars. 1
Tho Warmer is mndo of metal heat
ed within one mlnuto by tho lighting
nnd ln8citlon of a paper tube con
taining u bhmlcxK. Miinkeli-NH nud
odorless fnel generating a uniform
heat which lasts over two hours at a
cost of less than ono cent. It Is curved
to lit uny portion of the body and held
In place by means of a bag and belt
allowing the weurer to niovn ubout ut
i AS A PAIN KIM.KIt
TI.a Wrtllrit! U'eivmni- tut a tin uritlftl
It cun be put into constant action ami
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur So wall & Co., Bath, Me.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger' Fire Extinguisher -Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
UniNNhLI. AUTOMATIC SPRnttttEH)
Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munioh Fire Ins. Oo.
FORT STREET. NEAR MERCHANT
l-rnnlr I. Webster bv mtirou to 1 nil snensablo 111 enses of riieuma-
Charles Wetherbee, D; hit In lot S.jtlsm, Iiimbugo, neiiralBln, Bclatlca
gr 5037, Kanlahlku. Puna, llawall; "amps etc
11050. 11 332. p 394, Oct 29, 1910.' ,,'','"" 'b "' ,'.V
Antunla dos Santos ot nl to Murla lnoBt i,.,,.,, 0t tUv cold.
J Calours, D; pc laud, Kaapahu, Ha- guy t,at tho moist heat of
inakiia, llawnll; 40. 11 332, p 390.
Apr 9, 1910.
Protectant Biilteniial Ch In Hnwn
iBlauds to Tlist Hank or HIlo Ltd,
M; p land nud hldg, Wnlanueniie
St, HIlo, Hawaii; $3000. II 341, p
t2. Oct 2jl, 1010.
S Mlchloka to J I'uglta, D; lot 13,
I, P 4414, Kalneho, Hnmakun, Ha
waii; $250. 11 332, p 397. Sept
8 Kaholoaa to J A Mngitlro, D;
15a In gr 1580, Mahaliila, N Kona,
Hawaii; $127.50. H 332, p 400.
Oct 18, 1910.
Pnahno Kalua et als to HIlo Hall
road Co. D. 1 00-lOOn land. Puuniol,
S HIlo. Hawaii; $300. II 332. I
401, June 3, 1910.
being diy, not
tho hut wat
er bag will not cure but aggravate, tho
allmcntb nhovo mentioned,
Man huvo I ocu sold not a 'ngln
Complete outllt Including Warmer,
bag belt, coll und 10 tubes of fuel sent
prepaid to nny part of the U, S. iip
receipt or $1.00.
If you wish to know mbro nliinil this
wonderful device wrlto today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
10S Fulton St, Xen York.
'ii'fhruUllekln offics.' i
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Ejc, Ear, Note Throat. 1150 Ala
kea street (opposite Royal Hawaii'an
Hotel). Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 1Q-11. Eveningj by
apnblnVment. Telephone 3024,
ii" ' s '470D.3m
Of course, wo would llkn tho privilege 'of slMivvIng ,,yii.
Chalmers heftiri' you buy., We. .know that we have exrV'-m e-.ti-s, yet
If wet ran't e-onvlnre joii that we offer better value, ilul.ur lor dollar,
than nny one else, why that is our fault, not yours.
LICENSED UNDE": SELDEN PATENT
Associated Garage, Ltd.
Dealers in Motor Cars
NO CHRISTMAS PRESENT SO PLEASINQ TO THE
RECEIVER AS A
SAFETY SELF-FILLING ,
FOUNTAIN PEN ',. ,
This wonderful Fotntnin Pen has twelve distinct fea
tures which place it above all other pens.
..' $2.50, $3, $4 and $5
Four Sizes and Prices
IOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSDNESS MEM
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