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EVENlNd 11ULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TIIUIISDAT, DEC. 22, 1910.
for Infants and
The Effects of Opiates.
'TPIIAT IXI'AXTS aro peculiarly susceptible- to opium and lis vnrloui prcp
' 1 arallons, nil of which aro narcotic, is well known. Even In tlio smallest
(lows, It continued, tlicso opiates cnuso changes In tlio functions and growth ot
t tlio cells, which aro likely to become permanent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving far alcohol or narcotics in later life. nervous diseases, such
as intractablo nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, aro a result of dosing
u llh opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in tlleir infancy. Tho rulo among
physicians is that children should never rcccivo opiates in tho smallest doses for
morn than a day at a time, and only then if unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups nnd other
nnrcollcs to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who nro 111 need tlio-altention
rt a physician, and it is nothing less than a crime to dosothcin willfully wllltnar
cclcs. CastoWacontalnsnonaicotlcsifitbenrsthosignaturootChas.il. Fletcher.
Your pretention known u CaetorU I have up il
for Jf art In ctuldrta'i complaints and 1 hato found
&othlag better.' Joum J. Liita.M.D.,
' ' -' , , ClcTcland. OMfl.
Tor MTf f l yean I recommended jour 'Caatorla
fnd that) alwayi contlnno ti do io.m It bat lava
rlablj produced beneficial rwolt.
Kdwih F. rii;nr,JI.).,fw York City.
'Toor Caetorla la a nvrhorloua houtchoM
remedy. It ! purely yckcUMo and acta as a mild
cathartic. Above all. It dxs no barm, which la
more thaa can be said of tha great majority of cbil
Victor U.1 ComtiH. Ml D., Omaha, Neb.
"I have ptrrcrlbcd Tour CaHtorla la many cmcs
and faaro always found It an efflclcnt and apeedy
remedy." A F. 1'EtLin, M. D., 8L Loulf, 31o.
" I baro ncd jroor Castm-la In my own honwhold
with roimI nrjltt, and baro adrlsod seieral patlrnts
to dm It for Its mlid, laxative effect and freedom
from barm Edward ranimii, M, D.,
Brooklyn, N. T.
"Tonr Caetorla holds the citecm of the medlrai
profcflon In a manner held by no other proprietary
preparation. It lie sure and reliable medicine fo'
Infants and chl'drtn. In fact It li tbo universal
household icmedy for Infantile ailments.
J. A. Takrir, M. D., Kidsas City, Mo.
Fletcher's Castor. a.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Big Reductions In AH
For One Week Only
Original cost and' present value entirely disregarded. Here
ore a few of the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS
Jfr?urnfrI'rlcesfrrH6;0! $17.50 S18.50 f20.no $25.00.13200
.iicatuea 10 ,. u.uu ii.su iz.ou iu.au io.uu io.au
LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
rornier I'rlccs fl2.r.O f 1C UU fl7.no $10.50 $20.00
Reduced to 7.S0 0.00 10.50 10.00 11.50
LADIES' PONGEE AND CLOTH COATS
Former l'riccs .". . ,$1G.50 $18.00 $25.00
Reduced to 0.00 11.00 15.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Former Prices.. $5.00 $C50 $7.50 $0.00 $10.50 $12.50 $15.00
Reduced to.... 3.75 4.90 5.75 G.50 7.75 0.25 11.00
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES
Former l'rke3..$r..OO XC.50 $S.U0 $9.50 $12.50 $H.OO $22.50
Reduced to 3.50 5.00 C.C0 G.50 7.50 8.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
Former l'rlces $25.00 $50.00 $35.00
Reduced to 18.00 21.00 25.00
Former l'rl:ea ,.$1.75 $2.00 $2.25 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50
Reduced to 1.2J 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25 2.50
GIRLS' DRESSES, White and Colored BIG REDUCTION SALE
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
J. A. GILMAN,
' vV- -Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
, Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger'n Firo Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
,2RINNELL AUTOMATIC 8PRINKLER)
Neuuian Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
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cunnT annicc enn
I EVENINCi HOURS
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LILLIAN AND HER CHARMS.
Mrs. (Inlilo wondered l( liny oilier
mother ecr lind sucli n (II III tt 1 1
daughter ns licr Isabel. Isabel wus
fourtecti nnd lind always been n
docile, easily managed child until
sho suddenly developed u demoralis
ing ((induces (or her schoolmate,
Lllltau, who was a jcar older than
"Let mo liavo the French heels,
mother!" Isabel had pleaded ono day
when they were buying footgear.
"These squaro ones uro so ugly!
They haven't any Btylo! Vou ought
to sea tho lovely heels Lillian has
"Lillian! Who Is MUlaii?" her
mother lincl dcuiandcd.
"She's tho Bwcelest, loveliest girl
you can Imagine-!" Isnbol had
biuathlcKsly explained. "I'm crazy
about her! Sho has eica Juiit like
thoro ion read o( in iiooIb. with
dclltatcly pcnellcd brows"
"What novels?" again demanded
her mother, aghast.
"Lillian lent them to mo," Isabel
said, a llltlo petulantly. They arc
cry nice hooks. Her cjes nro Just
like tho ujes o tho heroines, moth
eii Ami she walks Just as though
sho wero trailing silken skirts across
marble halls, jou know"
"I'm quite Biiro I don't know!"
broke In Mrs. (lablo In displeasure.
"You're not to read books without
Hist asking me, and French heels
areii't the thing (or a Bchool girl,
lrabcl. Do bo sensible!"
Isabel therefore wore squaro heels
and a mutinous. Injured expression.
One morning Isabel enmo dinvu to
breakfast Mushed ami u tilflo hesi
tant, with her blonde locks won
derfully and (eardilly crlniplcil and
purred out around her childish (aco.
In that first amazed glance her
mother do ided that a tape lino laid
across tho top o( the btructuro
would measure at least a yiird (roni
sldo to Bldo.
"It's llko Lillian's!" Isabel hurst
out. "Her liilr looks perlecliy
beautiful nnd Is bo stilish! r Sho
fajK you can carry your head bet
ter -when It'q ilonrj ho'.i Shu b.ijb
jour licnrt would sway ilko llko u
Illy on Its Btulk, and"
"li-abol." ald her mother, "I'm
kiirry, but jou'll have to go upstairs
and put it up In Sour usual braids
and, ribbons!'' , -. j
"Oh, ' mother!" Isabel walled.
"You nro so cruel! K jou could
Isabel's passlonnto admiration or
1. Milan threatened to become a bo
trims niTiiln Sho squamlc?d nil
. her pocket money on candy and
(lowers to tako to Lillian. Sho Bung
Lillian's iiiiiIech morning, noon anil
night. Sho was broken hearted Frl
,das liecnuso sho would not seo her
divinity till tho next Monday, her
I mother redulng to let lioi E to
I And sho was continually breaking
out in tho most unexpected dlrcc
tlnns nnd explaining that Lillian did
I mi. If her divinity had a bluo dress,
Isabel iarttully fcontrlved tliat hor
own next dress should bo bluo. Otico
her mother (oiind her ripping tlio
hem In her school dress.
"I'lciiBO let mo wear It longer!
the lal begged. "It you could bco
Lillian's! Sho looks bo graceful!"
For tho hundredth time Mrs. (in
bio hopelessly wished tho fascinat
ing Lillian wcro thousands of miles,
away. Sho was losing all control
of her daughter.
"Lillian says 1 am bo sympathet
ic," lialiul uiiiiiiunccd ono day.
"Why, tho confides In mo, mother.
Klio b,is wo nro twin boiiIb! She
Is perfectly happy when sho is with
mo mid so am I with her! Sho has
(ho most beautiful thoughts! Why,
she's perfectly wonderful!"
After Lillian had permeated t ho
very iitmosphcro (or months. Invad
ing every conversation and upset
ting all Mrs. (Initio's nilcs ami regu
lations and discipline, that much
tiled woman, tit course, noticed it
whon a whole day passed with u
mention of Lillian's name. For Isa
bel to refrain from singing her
adored olio's praises wirs almost too
good to bo truo.
A whole week, huwovor, went liy
and Mrs. (lablo saw Isabel actually
inturnliig to her usual Btato n( child
hood natiiiiilucss. It was us though
plio had emerged from sumo malign
spell. CurlnVty finally iivercuuia
her mother's caution.
"I don't hear you montloii Lillian
much of latn." said Mis, (lablo.
"What's tho letUMMiT"
Isabel tossed lior braids contempt
uously. "Oh, thut girl!" sho said,
with scornful accents. "Sho deceiv
ed inn, mot tier I 1 thought she was
perfectly Invuly and liked niu, but
what do you think kho did? Sho
dropped inn tho minute Kd (Irlfllth
Ih'Kuii Winging mount! her' All
he's Just u iijiilliinil, ordinary liny!
SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Wclkom Warmer '
Slio 3!4x&Vj Inches, weight 4V&
The only modern, safe, cffcctltc nnd
sensible substitute (or tho antiquated
Hot Water Hag.
No water to boat no rubber to rot.
Will lust tor j cars. i
Tho Warmer Is made. o( metal heat
ed within ono minute by tlio lighting
nml Insertion o( n paper tuho con
taining a lilarrli', siiiiikclris nnd
odorless fuel generating n uniform
heat which lasts over two hours nt a
cost of less than onu cent It Is cimed
to (It any portion of the body nnd held
In place by means ot n bag nml belt
allowing the wearer to move ubout ut
AS A I'AI.N KlI.MvU
Tho Wclkom Warmer lias no equal
It can bo put Into constant action and
is Indispensable In cases o( rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica.
Uy placing tlio Warmer on tlio at-
fected part tho heat being dry, not
moist, hakes out the cold. I'ltyslclans
say that tho moist heat of tho hot wat
er bag will not cure but aggravate tho
ailments ubuc mentioned.
Many have been sold not a s'ltglo
Complete outfit including wnrmcr,
ling holt, coll und 10 tubes of (ucl scut
prepaid to any part of tho U. A. upo
receipt of JI.0U.
If you wish to know mora about this
wonderful device wrlto today (or (rco
WELK0M WARMER MFG. CO.
108 Fulton SU Sen York.
It's the "Get-Busv" Timd
Only a very limited time left to select that Christmas (jilt.
This store is splendidly ready to help you. Buying here means that your gift is surci
to last and keep you long in the mind and heart of your friends and loved ones.
Sit down this evening and go over this list,
able for her or him.
To-morrow call and let us show you:
We think you will find something suit-i
.mkdki.m: ca ii i. vets
S.MOKIM1 ST A. MIS
II U.I, CIIAIIIS
A KM CIIAIIIS
FOR NEW LABELS
Japanese Association App'y
to food Inspector For
In response to nu offer made by
the dapanaseulrugglstB of Honolulu,
K. II. IlliSchafiiytho fond cimimls-
tloncr, lias undertaken tho work of
correcting tho labels on homo of the
Japanese drugs Hint arc sold locai'V
tn bring tlio labels Into acionl
with tlio Federal pure food 'act.
Translations of tho labels now
utcd upon the Japanese drugs arc be
ing made by a Japanese pharmacist,
tho inedl lues Included numbering
about two hundred nml fifteen. I
Tho medicines sold promise cures
for everything that afflicts human
ity, mid tlio labels declare tho claims
of tho uiaiiutai'turars In tills regard.
Tho Japanese Druggists' Association,
w il bend the corrected labels Iricq
tn tho manufacturers with tho re-
request that they bo altered to meet
the requirements of tho United
States Inw. Much Srcdlt Is given to
tho association for Its progressive
stand In the matter.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS,
PASTOR PETERS FOR
Every copy of the Eve fl
ing Bulletin served on
the city carriers' routes should
reach the subscriber by 5:30
p. m. Subscribers who fail
to receive the paper by this
time will confer a favor upon
the Bulletin circulation
department by telephoning
complaints to 2256. A special
messenger will deliver the
Bulletin after this hour
when name and address of
subscriber arc given.
To llll tho vacancy caused by tlio
departure of Itev. A. C. McKeover,
tho members or tlio Christian church
decided In Irsuo a call to Kov, I). K,
l'eters, ami a c.iblo Iiiib been Bent to
lilm usklng him to uccept the pas
torate of the church.
Mr. .l'eters Is at present In thurgo
of n pastnratu In Idaho.
At IS o'clock noon, Thursday, Feb
ruary 1, Kill, ut tho front door to
tho Capitol. Honolulu, thero will ho
Fold nt public auction under Part
IV, So Hon 17 of the Laud Act of
ISO.",, Section 71!, Itevlscd Laws of
Hawaii, tlio following described
(1) Government Ucnitiant on
Fort Street extenson, Honolulu, con
taining an urea of 2, 120 sq, (t. Up
set prlco S212.00.
(2) Land on Fort Street extens
ion, (adjoining property of Henry
Kamana), containing an area o( 27
sq. ft., more or less. Upset prlco
CI) KIglit-or-way for Irrigation
ditch nt Wahlawa, Walalua, O.ihil,
containing mi area of lj.fi acres, mora
or less. Upset prlco JGfi.00.
l'urchascr to pay cost of Patent
For maps anil furthor particulars,
apply at tho olllco of tho Commission
er of I'tibllc Lands, Capitol llulld
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated nt Honolulu. Nov. 29, 11)10.
Dec. 1, 8, in, 22, 29, 1910.
Jan. S, 12, 19, 2G anil Feb 2, 1911.
1911, will be duo mid payable oil the
II tit day n( January, 1911.
A failure to pay tUich water ratc.4
wi hilt llltceii (Id) d.ts thereafter
mi additional charge of 10 per cent,
will he made.
All pihllcgcs upru which rates
remain unpaid on January 16, 1911,
are ruhjo t to- Inline Unto shut
without (urtlicr uctlco.
Utiles nro payable tit tho olllco of
th'j Honolulu W'aler Works Capitol
.1. JI, LITTLK,
Superintendent u( Honolulu .Water
A TRIFLING COUGH will become a
pcimanent ono unless stopped. Al
len's Lung Iltilsim will surely slop It.
A 2c botllo Is largo enough (or Hint.
Bold at all druggists, 2.'c, SOc and
SALE OF PUBLIC LANDS.
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
January II, 1911, at tho fiont door
to tho Capitol Hulldlng, Honolulu,
there will bo sold ut public auction,
under Tart IV., Section 17, of tho
Land Act o( 1895, Section 270, He
vised LaWH o( Hawaii, tho (ollowlng
(1) (1'jvcrument ltcmnnnt nt the
Junction of Old uud New l'utl Roads,
Niiutinu Valley, Komi, Ouhu, con
turning an area c( fi07( bi, ft., more
unless. Upset prlco, 11.
(i) (Juvorumont Iteuinuiit ut tho
junction n( King uud lluretunla
Streets, Jlollllllr Knnirf Oahu, con
taining an aiea ot &,uQ0 sq, (t.,
more or less. Upset prlco, $200.
Cost of 'patent and stamp at tho
expense ht tho purchaser.
Fur maps uud Information, npply
lit tho (till u of the Commissioner ot
I'ulilli- Lands, Capitol Hulldlng, Ho
Cuiiitulssioner of l'uhllc Uinds.
Dated ut Honolulu, November 9,
t771 Nov. 10, 17, 2ti Dec. 1, 8,
IS, 22, 29; Jan. ft, 12,
Payment of Sewer Rates.
In uccorlanro with Chapter 81 of
tho ltelsed Laws of 190&, all those
holding sewer privileges or paying
fiowcr rates arc hereby notified that
tho bower 'rules (or tho six (!)
months ending Juii0 no. 1911, will
bo due and pnynblo at tho olllco ot
the Superintendent o( l'ltbllc Works,
on the first day of January, 1911.
A (allure tojuy such rules within
fifteen (ID) lns thereafter will sub
ject the hotter to 10 per cent, addi
tional, JIAHSTON CAMl'IIHLL.
Superintendent of I'tibllc Works.
Department of l'lihllc Works, De
cember 19, 1910. 4S0t-10t
IN Till: CIHCUIT COUUT OF TUB
First Judicial Circuit, Territory ofl
Hawaii. At Chambers. In l'fdlTale;
In tho matter of tho Fstnte of A'ffi?
Ihnlil Scott Clcghorn, Deccaiod.
Ilea to" Creditors. Notice Is Iiero'JT
ort- given Hint the Inst Will anil TesU3
ir.i-nt of Archibald Scott .'leghorn!
Into o( the City and County of liol
liuliilu, Tcriltory of Hawaii, do cas
ed, with n cc.llill thereto, lias 1iccTT
admitted to probata by tho almyoj
Court und Letters TcslnniLitlhrK
grunted "to tho undersigned, Percy;
T. Cleghorii, A. O. JI. ItobcrtBon nml
James H. Jaeger, nil of Honolulu
aforcruld. the F.xccutorB named liv
tho said Will. All creditors of thi
deceared or of Ills Estato are )iob
notified to prcbcut their clnlniadulj
authenticated nml with tho propow
Miuchers, If any exist, even though
the said claims may bo secured MiM
mortgage upon real estntc, to tlio
Honorable A. (5. JI. Hobertson nt Ills
chambers In tlio Judiciary building;
Honolulu aforesaid, within slr-iCG)
months from tho date horcof (which
Is the ditto of the first publication
of this notlco): otherwlso sitvl.'
claims If any, shall bo foravci
And all persons Indebted to tlio
Bald estato nro hereby notlHeil'lt'io
make payment to tho said A. G. JI.
Robertson nt tho above qililrctw-l
Dated at Honolulu. T, IL. Dcccmlien
K., 1910. I'CKCY T. CLKOIIOUNfl
A (1. Jt. UOIIFIITSON. JAMES ISJ
JAKCEIt, Kxerntors, Holmes, Stan
ley & Olson, Attornoys (or Executors;
4800 Pit', If., 22, 29; Jan. 6,
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL
ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give us your
rif(lcrsWfor.Xninsi(lollvcrlcs. Phono 18G1
INLCS CURCD IN O TO 14 DAYS.
PA7.0 OINTMUNT Is Kuanintccil
to euro any c.-tio of ltclilui;, Illlml,
llKciliiiif or I'rotriiiliiu: l'ilcs in 6 to
i4ilayaoruioney rcfuiidcil. Made by
I'AKIS MI'.DICINI! rOB.ilnt Umti,
U. 15, of A. '
A bri'iich-of-promlso suit Is sure to
ileiiionstrato that boino things m hot
ter left unwritten.
I'm so disappointed In her! Hhe
won't pay mi) attention to mo and
l niiviir liked tier wn iiiueli. tiny-,
wii). Au wo going to liuvo I'liHtiiiiljall peisiiiis holding wilier privileges
pin for ilewort lonlglit?" iiir ijioss ia)'JH waii'f rnliM nrojicio
Thou .Mis. (Iiiblu Uupiv she bail .by not I lied Hint tho wnler rnloa fur
bur ilanglitiM' b,uk riKiiln. I tlio six (il) imjutlis ondlni;, June III),
Payment of Water Rates,
As provided fot In Chapter
tho Ilnvlt-i-d Laus of Hawaii,
There nocr has been In HoiioliiluJ
such it largo and carefully selected
stock of popular llctlon niul hooi for
children us uro being shown ,nt A. UM
Arlelgh Co, Ltd., Hotel ncir Fort
street. This is tlio place to go forj
theso books uud for lintidromclyl
bound gift books.
Itcpiihllcnn ciimlldate for New
Voik lloiiirnor, who uus bcalrn by
John A lllx, Ih'iiiocial
Most iotit innki n specially of (
(i'IIiik i(iiiiiiiIIiuis llnil do nut ex-
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Every lady 'who deMrea to keep
up her attractive appearance, whllol
it the Theater, attnndln'f; ltecoi"
'Ions, when shopping, while' Jravol3
ing aim on nil occnsionsreuouiii i
airy In hor purse a booklet nti
lOrrtAPIVS OlilKNTAL UKAUTYd
LEAVES. This Is a dainty llttliJ
booklet of exquisitely perfumed pow.1
Icred leaves which are easily ro.j
'iioveil nnd upplleil to the skin. It
is Invaluable when the fare becomet
moist and flushed nnd Is fur superior'
to a powder putt ns tt does not, spill
mid soil the clothes. t ,
It removes dirt, soot anil greaso
from the face, Imparting a cnritilnw
liuto bloom to the coniplexlon. Bent
anywhere on iece)pt ot Ton CeiijiJ
mi stumps or coin. V. T. HOI'KINBl
17 Hunt Jones street, New Yu V.
. j. v tm'mT, !
JnfenlslAltil.lHH) OinA I,, M)lpplRI
.ru.La for Knlii hi Ui
liook for al
llllll'U, M'O I'll! I.
&'-' -v' .- .4 JLjltofr&Mm