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for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
'T'HAT IMMXTS nro peculiarly susceptible to opium ami Its various prep-
nrnllous, all ot which nro narcotic, Is well known. Even In tlio smallest
clones, it continued, tlicso opi.Ucs cnuso changes in tlio functions and fjrowlli of
the rolls, which aro likely to become jicminncnt, causing imbecility, mental
perversion, n craving for nlcoliol or narcotics lit later life. Nervous diseases, such
as Intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staj Injr ovvcrs, aro a result of dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their Infancy. Tlio ruta among
physicians Is that children should never receive opiates in tho smallest doses for
jnoro than , day at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not be a party to it. Children who aro ill need tlio atlcntiou
cf a physician, and it Is nothing less than a crime to doso them willfully wlllinar
to'ks. Uastoria contains no narcollcs If It bears I lie signature of Chas. II. Hotelier.
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Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Yonr preparation know n a 1'artnrla 1 bare unil
for )Mrt in chiMrtu's complaint, and I hate fuaixl
nothing Utter." Jons J Luta, M. I).,
For metal year. 1 Ttr omai Tided jour 'C aMoru'
and ahall alwaj i contloua M do ao, aa It baa Inva
riably prMuccd Ivniftclal rtaottr-."
Euwis F. I'anun, M. I)., New York City.
'ToQr Caatorla la a mr-ritorliuii liouacriola
rcnif dr. It la purely TrgeUiMo and w ta aa a mild
cathartic Aboro all. It doia no Intra, which la
more than can In takl uf tlio gnat majority of chil
Vicroa II. Corruas, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
ut It's Hot
Of course it is, and it'll'STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
I If there is any left in the corners
Pan ka Hana
I To get it out. There is nothing
1 so penetrating where dirt
I is as this Honolulu
I made Pure Soap
I Not advertised on bill boards
I F, L, WALDRON, distributor I
i'"2- Biinrnntccii pciiulito
I have prracrlUcd your Castoria la many caea
ond lio slwaya found It an rlllclent and apwdy
rcinoly." A. F. I'lami, M. I)., Bt. Loula, llo.
' I hare ttwl your Ca1nrla In my own hnupcliold
with (rood refills, nod haro adtlaed acvcral patlcnta
to uao It for Ita rnlul, laiatlto effect and frcidoiu
from harm." Krmirui Pansim, M. 1),
DrnoUlyn, N. Y.
"YourCaatoila holda tho esteem of tho medkai
profcMlon Inananntr htld by noothir proprietary
preparation. It la a tare and reliablo medicine fo
Infanta and children. In fact It la the uuluraal
koQUbold remedy for lnfantllo allmenta."
J. A. PaiiKan, M, I)., Kansaa City, Mo,
,By C. N. AND A. M.
Copyright. 1910, by Doubleday, rasa &
Company Cop;ri(hl. 190s. by
the MeCltire Company
(Continued from Inst Saturday.)
"All right, nil tight. I'll tnlio jour
wool fr It. Hut. say. tho'mure I look
nt on tlio more I hat on klmlof sneak
las Wca I'vo neon your picture lately.
Dlil you got your phuto stuck In nuy
of tlio thcntrlcnl papers sluco you land
ed?" "No," Loveland' replied, hut flualicil
again, Instantly guessing where unillii
what cuiiuectloii Jncobus must have
seen Ills pmtrnlt, n skctclt or sumo
snapshot perhaps. Kvhlcntiy the initn
tlld not yet associate him' with any
tiling In pnrtletilur, hut the connection
between the new Jtivcnllo lend and a
certain Ihigllshinnii mnde notorious by
ono ur two Now York papers might ut
any Instant link Itself In Mr. Jacobus'
head. This Lowland, was far from
desiring, not that lie thought his initio
to the management would bo decreased
by the discovery, rather tho contrary.
Judging by his experience with Alex
ander, but because lio could not lar
to repeat that experience.
Jack Jacobus was himself, It seemed,
leading man for Miss I.llllc do Lisle,
"tlio little human flower" "heavy
lead." ho cnlled It, but to thu heavy
lend apparently belonged nil tho really
good parts In the company's repertory.
Their productions Mruck Loveland ns
being wonderfully good for a strolling
troupe, playing week by week In ex
tremely stunll towns, but Jacobus
laughed when ho remarked that It
must be expensive to obtain tlio rights
of such popular pieces as Sidney Cro
mer's, for Instance, and to put them on
the stnge properly.
"I'ropcrlyl" ho echoed, grinning.
"Well, that depends. We carry six
men, counting me nud you, and thero
ain't tunny pieces we put on except
Kidney Cromer's comedies, where there
Is less than a dozen or fifteen m.nlo
characters, sometimes more. Wo all
double, sometimes each ono of us
even me. tho lending man, Uccnuso 1
nln't proud. Same with tho women.
Wo carry four of them, counting LIIHo
herself, and they enrn their mouey.
You hoe, we must bill popular pieces,
melodramas nud comedies mostly, or
wo shouldn't got no houses, so wo can't
chooso plnys with few characters to
plenso lnr.y actors: As for tlio rights to
produce why, wo don't troublo our
selves about them any mora than we
do about the prists of our juvenile lend
ing gentlemen. What wo want wo
take. It ain't so very risky, though
once In awhile tho police do shovo their
noses In where nobody wants them,
and I confess I'm a bit scared about
Sidney Crenier's new piece, which
we're Just putting up. Say, you're
looking Mini of sick. I hopo you nln't
one of the I'urllnns, nro you? Don't
they havo shows of our sort In your
Uivelnnd snld ho really didn't know,
hut ns he hastened to add ho was not a
I'urltan and anyhow Mr. Jncobus'
business was his own that gentleman
did not feel cnlled upon to translate
Into words the thoughts his eyes had
begun to e J press.
Mr. l'ercoval Oordon, It appeared,
was expected to play seven parts at
tho least during tbo season nud must
bo "loiter perfect" In tho Drst ono by
that very night. It was, however,
hut n small role that of nil old man
who conveniently expired nt tho end
of tho first act In great agony- A melo
Ira ma cnlled "Tho Dead Hand" had
been chosen for tho closing night of
tho eugngement nt Modunk because
tho part of tho juvenile lend wasn't
too long or dllllcult to "get up In" with
ono rehearsal, which they would bavo
after noon, anil Indeed tlio "dead hand"
was to bo that of Mr. Gordon himself.
Uo would appear us a ghost near tho
end ot tho last act nnd wavo tho snld
hand behind n gauzo wlIi strong lime
light turned 11(1011 It; also, Incidental
ly, ut a ball ho would bo asked to
"walk on" ns n young gentleman of
fashion. Could ho waltz? Good!
Then ho should havo Mrs. Jacobus for
Ills partner, ns sho liked n decent
dnnccr in that sccno, whero she hud
experienced considerable troublo with
awkward brutes who stepped on her
"party dress." Mrs. Jncobus, known
professionally ns Miss Thorn Moon,
was, her husband went on to state.
Miss do Llslo's lending lady, who
played adventuresses, vlllalncsscs nnd
Important parts of that 111: to "tho
hnmnn flower's" soubrettes and In
genues. "My wlfo had somo money when I
married her," ho mentioned with an
Introspective look, accompanied by 11
fnlnt sigh. Thus Loveland was en
abled to guess how It was that Mr.
Jacobus might hnve been Induced to
forget his imrly penchant for Miss do
Lisle, Hill's "lllllu gul."
.Tni'phus stopped In Main street In
front or 1111 ugly iiiiiv building con
ttrili'lt'd of wood hiiiI brick. Theio
un 11 Mini of veranda, iibovo which
iiipwii'd 11 Inrgu tlgiihunril wllh lint
vvnnla "Hinlih'it Hotel" In gnvii nwl
"llirn itt nie," tHihl JiiixjImi., fiyliiny
Ha.JiuJuuNI lit liln,iiiil,lnvniei Wt-
cnt leathers. "Tho whole crowd's
here. I'll show joii to your room,
and by the time you've had a wnsli. If
you want to, dinner 'II bo ready. 1
guess you'll bo ready for It too."
Thero was n narrow, uncnrpoled pas
sage, with nu unenrpcted nnd still nar
rower stntrwny leading steeply up lp
regions nbnvc; nlso thero wns n strong
liny, overdeveloped smell of dinner
which could bo nil too onslly divided
Into its component purls corned beef
nnd cabbage, with perhaps n body
guard of onions.
"One more illglit for you," explained
Jncobus. "They nln't got too much
accommodation here, nnd Miss do
Lisle. 1110 nnd my. wife 11 ml tho other
Indies are on this tloor. gentlemen
above. Hero you lire," and with n
light knock, which wns a iiolUlcntlon.
not a request, he Hung the door open.
On a nnrrow lied visible from the
Ihrcshold a young innn. hnrdly more
thnu a boy. wns stretched rending
something tlint looked like mnnilscrlpt
lie glnnced round, but did not move
on seeing Mr. Jncobus nud n stranger.
"1 thought you snld this was my
room!" exclaimed Loveland, startled,
"So It Is. anil there's your roommate.
Didn't know whether you'd be in. KA.
1 enn Inlrudiico you to onch other
right now. Mr. ltd Illnuey, our prop
erty man, prompter find second vlft
Inlu Mr. l'crccvnl Gordon of England,
our new Juvenile. Now you know
each other, and I guess, Kddy, you
can put Mr. Cordon up fo all ho needs
This wns worse than the Hat hotel,
where each mnn who earned 23 cents
could have his own cubicle. Hut now
Loveland wns not paying his own wny.
The "innnngeinent" was to do tlint
nnd feed him too. Ah be had but a
(pinrtcr In tho World, thrust upon htm
ns n loan or gift by generous Hill,
Loveland was not In n position to be
critical. Here ho wns, nnd hero bo
would have to stay till ho heard from
home or something "turned up."
As for henrlng from home, bo hnd
begun almost to despair, for his two
cables had remained unanswered now
theso many dreary days. Still, nfter
an Intervnl of more waiting for n tele
gram from Ids mother ho hnd written
to her nnd to Hetty Ilarborough.
nshnmed to take outsiders Into tho
deepest secrets of his humiliating ad
ventures. Hut at best it would bo a
fortnight before 11III Willing could for
ward to somo nddress yet to bo given
a letter from across the sea.
Ed Illnney looked ns though be
might hnvo pleasant qualities If ap
proached In the right wny. So with
miming self, restraint Loveland re
frained oven from tie mild Insult of a
disgusted glance lie said In bis nice
voice that ho hoped j(y,ltlnuey would
not mind his coining, uhceally cojild
not help himself, wlnrteupoli ,,Mr.
Uluncy grinned, showing teitli while
as 11 girl's, itiul replied tlint Jt H wcro
dot Mr. Gordon It would be 'somo jjno
else, who might bo worse, as It struck
Mr. Illnney that Mr. Jordoii would at
least bo fond of wnslilug himself.
To this Mr, Cordon responded that
there were few plugs ho liked better,
but It seemed ns if thero wouldn't bo
much opportunity at Smith's hotel.
Von had to do It In sections with a
washbowl, said Mr. Illnney, but never
mind you got there Just tho same If
you were In earnest Then they both
laughed, and Illnney exclaimed with
evident relief that ho was Jolly, glad
Cordon wasn't tho sort of boy who
put on nlrs.
Then ho bounced off his tremulous
cot He slrowcd his roommate "tho
ropes" In other words, which "bureau
drawers" wero nt tho newcomer'H dis
position, whero ho had better keep hlJ
toothbrush nnd so on. llo conllded to
Loveland tho fact that ho himself hnd
not been long In tho compnny, but
had como from n better one, which ho
would now regret if tho "ono night"
stands hnd not been too much for his
strength. "If your lungs nro nlwnys
plnylng .you tricks you havo to put up
with barnstormers, for nt least they
glvo you week stands, nhd most of tho
hotels throw In fires freo," ho explain
ed. "I enn sro tlint you'vo stepped
down In tho world n bit, too, to wo
ought to havo a fellow feeling for
While Lovdnnd mado himself pro-
Lsentnblo for tho early dinner IM Illn
uey went on to sketch tho mcinbern
of tho "crowd," though In a mnnner
very different from tlio manager's sar
castic descriptive- efforts. He said
that Jacobus wns a tyrant and n bully,
but that ho could act; that every ono
except Miss Moon wns afraid of "J.
J." and sho wouldn't bo afraid of an
Indian chief on tho warpath; that
Miss do Llslo didn't darn say her soul
was her own or that black was black
If old Jack remarked that It wasn't;
tlint Jncobus had dono n very good
thing for himself In getting hold ot
Ltlllo ns a star, although sho had 110
money, for sho was a pencil, a
llo wire, Just tho sort of llttio gal to
bo a "go" at towns like this. "Folks
nro wild about her. Sho's ns pretty
and us dnlnty ns they niako 'em, a
wholo huyjtack abou what they gen
erally sco In tlicso bnms," went on VA,
"Hut sho needs ninnuglng, mid, gee,
Jnck nud his wlfo do, innungo her.
Hut tho old girl's Jealous, I don't
know how long tho show will Inst, fof
If sho fciijs stop Jnck stops, you lief.
IIo's ns scared of her as everybody
elso Is of I1I111, Mho runs tho sliehiiug,
nnd tbern's two of her folia by nr
first liih.'ilid In It They can't net,
nnd they can't look; hut, by gum,
tlicj'ro good o llielr piolhor."
Into tho midst of ita dscotii'Hi
(Timlied n fi-iwlniis dinner bull, nnd In
sheer self defense lliey lindu'ildnwn
vliilr tu tlio info of stopping Hie
t'linnor by their prenonce,
uif.t.'s st An.
VAL could hnvo lnughod nloutl
ns ho Imngliicd the old self
of o few weeks since tlio
young nnd popular otllcer In
tho guards self obeying the beckoning
Anger of such a man ns Jacobus. Hut
ho wnlked townrd It like a lnmh nnd
wns Introduced to nctors nnd Mrs.
Jncobus (Miss Moon) nud Miss do
Miss Moon's first sweeping glnnco nt
the newcomer was ono of self con
scious. Important condescension; but
seeing that ho wns nn extremely
handsome, well dressed young mnn,
with an nlr nnd nn nppcaranco widely
dinVrent 'from tho tenth rnto nctors of
her ncqunlntnnce, pnst nnd present
her face nnd mnnner chnnged.
Sho wns a big woman of forty-two
or three, with tho splendid ruin of
what hnd been n flue figure. Hesldo
Miss Moon. HtllVllttlo gnl'Mooked llko
a tiny fishing boat bobbing under the
lee of n Inrge schooner, but sho wns n
pretty creature whoso curly hair was
I naturally almost as golden as it glit
tered; gray-bluo eyes which ought to
have been mischievous nnd merry, but
wero anxious; a clear, rather freckled
while skin nud the piquant noso and
Innocent smile of a child.
These Indies wcro not dressed ns ti
dily ns their best friends might hnve
wished, but Loveland had grown used
to Isldorn nnd did not pick Unws light
ly. They wero botli very cordial to
him somewhat It would hnvo seemed
to Mr. Jncobus' contemptuous an
noyance, nnd then, at Miss Moon's
suggestion, Ed Illnney Introduced Mr.
Oordon across nnd down tho length
of the table to nit tho other actors and
Tho latter were two In number lie
sides Miss do Lisle and Mrs. Jacobus
Miss Ituby St. Claire, whoso mission
wns to net smnll pnrts nnd piny tlic
piano, wns of the startled fnwn order
of young fcmnle, evidently not long
out of iimntcnrhood. nud Mrs. Winter,
who hnd passed tho ngo when It wns
necessary to preserve her maiden
name for programs. Sho wns a re
served nnd suspicious looking womnn.
who watched her husband with short,
sidelong glnnccs of anxiety cither for
his conduct or his health. As for him,
he was a thin, dejected, gray llttio
man who suffered uppnrently from n
broken heart or a shattered digestion.
The remaining malo members of the
company were Mrs. Jncobus' two sons,
Tom nnd Hob Eccles. They wcro be
tween twenty nnd twenty-five, nnd
llko their mother, though ono wns fat
with tho lazy smile of a Huddhn. nnd
the other, who through a cast In his
eyo Just missed being handsome, In
clined lo be truculent.
Loveland hnd Intended to take a
chair next his roommate, but Mlsa
Moon made a pl.nco for him between
herself and Huddhn smlllug Hob. As
everybody except Jack Jncobus and
tho Winters talked and Joked contin
ually, It was surprising how fnst they
nte. Nearly every ono drank lnrgo cup
fuls.of milky coffeo with their dinner,
nud twenty minutes nftcr beginning
the mcnl all hnd finished with tho ex
ception of Lovelnnd, who wa9 not ac
customed to giving Ids food such short
shrift. Ho rose with the others, how
ever, nnd a few moments later tho
company wns straggling In a proces
sion to the theater.
Hut. nfter nil. It wns not n theater,
nnd even courtesy gavo It no mora
high sounding mime than "hall." It
stood nt the end of Mnln street, Its
brick front wall plastered with won
derful eolonsl posters representing tho
most sensiillonnl scenes in "tho liumnu
flower's" repertory. To reach thostago
it wns ncccssnry to mount n long,
mud caked staircase nud to pass
through tho nudltorlum. As for dress
Ing rooms, they did not exist, for It
hnd been n second thought of somo
light minded town council to turn tho
linll Into n plnco whero theatrical rep
resentations might lawfully bo pro
duced, but a space on cither side ot
the stage had been curtnlncd off with
sheets, shnwls nnd squares ot canvas
Ingeniously coaxed to hold together.
Tlicso screens reached unevenly from
twenty-four to twelve luetics of the
floor, nnd at worst nn actor In dress
ing himself could bo seen no higher
thnu tho knees unices, perhaps, a too
bright light behind tho partition might
reveal his wholo person en silhouette.
Lovelnnd wns anxious to tnlk with
tho star about her old friend If not
love Hill Willing, and ho hnd hoped
on stnrtlng to walk by her side. Hut
Miss Moon, seeing his desire, hnd ln
stnntly frustrated It by calling him and
beginning to tnlk of the part ho was
about to rehearse. As old Davo Dread
nought ho wns Rtipposed to curso her
with menaces, mid ho felt that it
would not be dllllcult to do so realis
tically oven lu tho character of Love
lnnd, but he contrived to listen po
litely. If coldly, to tho story of her first
mnrrlago nt tho early ago of fifteen.
"I'm nut qulto sixteen years older than
my eldest son, who Is over twenty
now," she snld and did not look pleased
when the Juvenile lend found no more
tactful comment than nn nbscnlmlud
ed "Is It posslhlo"
On tho stnge lie received the short
manuscript part of Davo Dreadnought
and was allowed to glniieu It over
whllu the scene of his "dying curse"
was being set. He uns tint luoxperi
eneeil In remember vvlint in guy, nniil
leur ila.VH be hint learned uf at.igti ill
reel lou, anil .Ineiibiis wns Imiliiid lu
be ruuuistle n his espeiiae. but both
Miss Moon mid MUs tie Lisle. n urn
lit IM !lllim, bcnieiide.l him. ' lie
wns 1M1II..I upon a Uo in 1 tn-ni xt Hie
bull meiii. vi hit,, n "null el on" n
inlllli in-ill r I 11 liluli 11 Ml hilil llle
prlnii'gM uf ilmi Inn wiib )l )iii'h
Muh llHlllilllllll, hi lliw 111' I, lu 11
lunlu ilmul ImihI VII iu "nillliw"
r " - it , .
hnd to Do rrpenrod" ngnfn nriiT' again
until nt Inst ho wns confident and the
stage manager almost hopeful,
At 0 o'clock a meal, which cnlled It
self supper, was ready, and, having
bolted n cold edition of dinner, eked
out with tinned penches nnd cups of
ten. nctors nnd nctrcsson inarched forth
In a body to begin tho evening's work.
The curtain did not rlso until hnlf
past 7. Hut this wns Snturdny night,
nnd tho town wns engcr for Its tntcr
talnmcnt. At least a scoro of persons
wcro seated In tho dismal auditorium,
munching npples nnd candy nnd crack
ing peanuts, when "tho human flower"
and her compnny filed In.
A few little boys on tho chenp
benches nt the back whistled, clapped
their hands, stamped on tho floor and
tnndo "cnlcnlls" ns a greeting to the
players. Hut thoso saluted took no no
tlco and Kcurrlod by like hunted
things. Miss St. Clnro hastened to her
sent nt tho plnno, near which an elder
ly quadroon hud nlrendy begun to tunc
a fiddle, nnd melancholy Mr, Winter
remained nt tlio door to help tbo ticket
seller until It should he tlmo for him
to "tnnko np" as tho heroine's million
aire parent t
Tho gentlemen of the company
(Loveland hnd nlrendy learned that
they never spoko
ot each other ns
ona partition, the
Indies behind an
other, nud the
been worso In the
"hlnek holo" of
theless every ono
wns uioro or less
Costumes ot a
sort nud odds nnd
ends of grense
palutH wcro of
fered to Love
lnnd. who. tn
"what noTl" )), ow s,,rprlse,
wns slinking nud perspiring oddly with
"What rot" ho roughly scolded him
self. "As f nu nudlenco In n tenth
rate villngo nmtteredl What do I care
whether or not I know iny part or
what they think of mo?"
Unt the queer fact remained tlint ho
did care, and his heart thumped fast-
Uer than It had thumped when he
wns roused one dark night to fight his
first battle. Ho wanted to net well;
ho wanted to please Lllllo do Llslo nnd
-If uA 1
lo satisfy Ed Hlnncy, who wns wish
ing him luck: he wanted to mnko n
good Impression on tho pretty bright
.ved country girls who hnd stared nt
him with interest as ho passed through
Thero wero hot nearly enough locnl
stago hands employed In tho theater,
and acting was not tho only work the
nctors hnd to do. They helped placo
tho scenery nnd change tho settings.
They flow about llko distracted do
mons, hnlf dressed, with suspenders
flying, turning a burglar's den Into a
millionaire's dining room, and between
tho bewildering alterations of cccne
there was no rcstfor tho sola of an
one's foot ""
How they over got themselves out
ot ono eostumo Into another in time,
how they ever remembered which of
their many doublings enmo first, which
last, Loveland could not conceive; but,
stnudlng In tho wings waiting for his
own dreaded turn, ho wns filled with
an Increasing respect for tho barn
stormers, innlo and female. They
could act, too, most ot them, which
seemed to him tho strangest pa,rt of
nil, for ho had not expected to find the
satellites of Hill's llttio star twinkling
with tho ilgut of talent As for his
own performance, ho realized heforo It
had begun that such hlstrontc efforts
ns hnd won him npplnuso when nn
amateur In London .would not be good
enough to gain him odmlrntlpn ns n
professional In Modunk. It was an
other thing when, ns a handsome
young soldier. Lord Loveland hnd
swaggered easily about' tho stago.
pleased with himself nnd plcnslng
every ono else, becnuso every ono had
como with tbo Intention of being
Hero In remoto little Modunk the
nudlenco was evidently far mora crit
ical, and If It didn't llko what It naw
It said so audibly with n voice from
the cheap scats or nt least Indulged In
n prolonged fit of bored coughing. If
Loveland could havo gono on "as him
self," ns Jncobus had said, ho might
liavo captured the fancy of the girls,
but as old Davo Dreadnought In n wild
wig and moth eaten Ijcnrd lent by l'n
Winter tho new addition to tlio com
pany could conquer tho nudlenco only
by sheer forco of acting.
Fortunately for Lovelnnd, ho was not
obliged to walk on to tho stage tn an
swer to n cue or It seemed to him that
bo could not bavo moved. It ras bad
enough to bo "discovered" In tho net
of being murdered, nud us tho moment
camo when ho would havo to make his
first speech his blood was beating like
n drum In his temples. His throat felt
dry, nod' when Ills cue to spenk was
given by Jncobus with meaning em
phasis lie could only swallow mid glaro.
Not n word of the carefully rehearsed
part could ho remember, nnd, involun
tarily looking out In front, a thing VA
Illnney. hnd warned him not to do, It
seemed ns If tho rows of fnces down
below thu yellow footlights weru lenp
Ing tip nt him llko n wave,
Just ns Jncobus bent over hlm, fran
tically glaring, lemly to prompt mid
swear nt tho saina time', Iivolnud's
frozen hesitation malted Into words 11 ml
gesture, tho right vvonln, Iho right ges
ture, .liinilm sluheil n great Nlifll of
Ihiiiiksglvliig, nud Vnl delivered hi
eiirnu wllh n tiiiiixpnrt nf foul tin vvn
hnlf frUliii'iinil nt hi iivvn i'Xiohii.
lie, bill o iilldleiieo i'ljn)e, It, ui)
when thu nirlulii went down upon hi
ilottlh tlierii vvn a roiiml of nppiiiiao,
(Continued Next Saturday)
SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Wclkom Warmer
8l7o 3'4xCV4 Inchon, weight 4
Tho only modorn, safe, ofTectlvo nnd
scnslblo Hiibstitulo for tho antiquated
Hot Water Hag.
No water to heat no rubber to rot
Will last for yenrs.
Tho Warmer Is mado of metal heal
ed within ono mlnulo by tho lighting
ind Insertion of a paper tubo con
taining 11 hkizclcss. smokeless nnd
odorless fuel generating a, uniform
"iwit which lnsts over two bourn at n
cost of less than ono cent It Is curved
to fit nuy portion of the body and held
In plnco by means of a bag nnd bolt
allowing tho wearer to move about at
AS A 1'AIN KILLEIl
Tlio Wclkom Wiirmcr has no equal.
It can be put Inlu constant notion und
is Indispensable lu cases of rhctima
.Ism, lumbago, neuralgia, sciatica,
Tamps, e te
lly placing tho Warmer on Iho nf
tcctcd part the bent being dry, not
moist liitlics out the cold, riiysielnna
-my that tho moist heat of tho hot wat
er bug will not cure but aggravate, tho
.illments above mentioned.
Many have been sold not n s'nglo
Complcto outfit Including Warmer,
bag belt, coll nnd 10 tubos ot fuel sont
prepaid to any part of tho V. S. upon
receipt of $1-00.
It you wish to know moro about thta
wonderful dovlco wrlto todny for freo
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
1US Fulton St, New lark.
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnd by virtue of u ccrtitln
Writ of Execution Issued by tho Hon
orable Wm. L. Whitney, Sieond JiiiIro
uf tho Circuit Court of the Elrst Cir
cuit, on the Cth day of May, A'. D.
111)1, In tho matter of John Nclll, do
ing business us XcIII'h Workshop,
Plaintiff, vs. II, M. Uiwsoh and Mrs.
E. C Hulley, partners doing business
is Ualley & Iivvsoii, Defendants, for
Iho sum of Seven Hundred Sixty-six
and ilS-100 (X76C.9S) Dollars, I did oil
tho fith day of Mny, A. D. lull, levy
upon nud shall offer und expose for
111I0 and sell at public miction tn tho
blithest bidder the property Iierelnaft
ir referred to, to satisfy tho said Writ
of Execution, nt tho City Auction
Itooms, Merchant street, Honolulu, CMy
und County of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, ut IS o'clock noon of Monday,
Iho Cth day of June, A. .' 1911, ull or
the right, title mid Interest or the said
II. M. I.awxou mid Mrs, E. C. Hulley,
partners doing business us Ii.illey &.
Lnvvson, Defendants, by virtue, of 11
JuilKinent ot foreclosure of mcchanlc'M
lien thereon, In und to tho following
property uf tho defendants, unless the
KiJrn due under said respective Writ ot
Execution, tiiKcthcr with Interest, costs
nnd my feo nnd expenses, lire previ
I'ltOI'KUTV TO HE HOLD
All of tho rlidit, title mid IntercU
of iho defendant above named, lo wit,
H. M. J-awsou mid Mrs. E. C. Hulley,
partners doing business nd nalley &
l-uvvKon, by virtue ut n Judgment of
foreclosure ot mechanic's lien thereon
In those certain buildings, struetuies
mid other undertakings being rittiiHto
upon tho following described hind, and
being In said City nnd County ot Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, lo wit?
On Hotel street, between Fort nnd
Ilethel streets, inmikn side thereof, mid
nil which nro located mi Incompleto
hullilhiK mid Improvements)' known us
tlio Auditorium, together with the ln
Icrc3t uf unld Ualley & liwsun lu said
Terms! Cusli In Unlled States gold
Dated, Honolulu, City mid County of
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, this 6th
day of Muy, A. D. 1811.
High Hherlrf. Territory of Hawaii.
41)21 Mny G, 20; Juno 3.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Administrator of tho Kslato
of ltoso Ilobertson, Into of Honolulu,
Territory ot Hawaii, deceased;
Notleo Is hereby given to tlio cred
itors of, mid all pel sons having claims
nirnlnst, the said ltoso Robertson, de
ceased, whether secured by mnrlg.tBo
or otherwise, to present the same, duly
authenticated, mid with proper vouch
ers, if any exist, to Iho mild Adminis
trator, at the otllee nf his attorney:!,
Liiruach & Uiihliimin, CO! Htmigcmvuld
building, Honolulu, Teriltory nf lln
wuil, within six (C) months from the
date hereof; otherwise their chilins will
ho forever burred.
Dated this Cth day of Muy, A. D.
JAMIOH WILLIAM ltOIII.UTHO.V.
Administrator of tlio I'.stuto ot Huso
llubei Imiii, Deceased
4921 Muy C, Jit, M, 7, .lu no 3, 1911.
r iht hi