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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1911.
By C. N. AND A. M.
Capyrlnhl. 1910 bjr Doubltdtr. Fatfa 41
Comptny Copyright. VJQH, by
1h MClw Comptny
(Continued from last Saturday.)
I.uviliiml renil the .mimuiili utl.m
ninl hauiksl It tu 1M lllnuev, who a
imsshit;. Kil pni' n Ion, low whittle,
wlili. h ?et 111 tit totiKlilns nc'iln mitl
Bnlili "Whew' This U the lit straw,
Isn't It? Sumo one' jiut the nuthor on
to us Yon know we're pirate refill.
lur play guuti bets don't jnu? There's
a big line fur tlu offense "
Lov eland ImikumI "I wish Sir.
Creiuer joy of It "
"Oh. tlint'i nil very "ell. 1't if lie
cuts up roiiRli lie enn ninke tu a lot of
trouble, I'm nfrnlil, tlioueli I don't
know liincli about such thine I be
lieve Jacobus wn never eniiglit Hut
we're copped till time sure enoufih. I
wouldn't (jo Into the lion's den If I
were you Let the lion cotiio to u nt
tlii hotel If lie doesn't tluil out before
hand flint wo wouldn't mnku n men)
"Meanwhile, perlnp, he'll have the
iwllee nttnch the hUKHRe r omc
thhlK," urglled LovelJlul ' Xoj I'll KO
and face the uiusle. Perhaps when
Crenier's nircnt underslnnd the fix
we're In he'll let us down easy"
"Well, mil bo jou're rlcht." Itlnney
agreed "Hut It seems i shntno J oil
nhoiild hnvo to xt.md up mid he Hhot nt
I.nt Llmut lunched dubiously "I'm
riddled with bullets nlrcml) I'll wlio
the pilnt olT uiy
fMce mid co tell
the fellciw to nlin
sti-ilht mid lime
dime with It "
was nt the dour
of the loenl man
n;er's room Ho
ope n ed It mid
face to fact1 with
Lesley Do it incr,
who wns stand
ins theio nlone.
nter!" he Ht.uu
uiercd. ".Mr Gordon, I
believe" shu Hild
sweet, how dear
Rhu wis with her
TACT TO KACl WITU
ll'Sl I.V 1)1 AIlMt II
soft, bright ejes and Ion,; curled eye
Involuntarily ho put out his hand,
but she seemed not to seo the gesture,
mid the hand dropped
"I used tho mine I thought It was
bettir, and It really Is my name," ho
went tin, "one of my names "
"You hao so many V"
"My spodsors In baptism"
"llio newspapers accused you of he
lm; jour own nMnsor"
Tlio nuwspapus accused mo? What
do jou mean'"
'Surely jou Lnoiv I told you I
should read about jou, but I exacted
to read very dllTerent thliiRs. How
ever, we won't talk of that now"
"Hut wo must" Tor n moment he
was tho old, masterful Lovehind. "We
must. I waut to know what you
"That can wait nvvhllc. I camo to
nsk what you mean Though I did
read the nowspipers, 1 was surprised
to find you here. I nui acting for my
friend Sidney Cromer. A cousin of
Kidney's mid mine, who Hi en a few
miles out of Ashvlllc, saw 'Lord Hob'
advertised for performance mid tele
graphed, Blduey couldn't come, but
my aunt brought mo tonight, n Sid
ney Cromer's Interests and mlno lire
rntlier closely allied. And jou know
nobody has n right to produce tho
play without tho author's permission."
"Yes, I know," answered Lo eland
dejectedly. Cromer's Interests and
hers wcro "closely allied!" She had
blushed and oven faltered a little us
she made tho statement, and Val
sprang Instantly to tho conclusion thnt
sun was engaged to ivarrj Lremor.
And ho Btood convicted of defrauding
tho man w horn she Intended to marry.
Wus there itny dipth of wretchedness
or of humiliation which tlio thirteenth
Marquis of Loveland had not plumbed
"You ndmlt that you know and yet
jou produced and plajed In tho piece?"
"I did, but" ho hesitated.
"Hut what? You see, I'm hound to
repot t to iny friend "
"Your friend!" biolto out Loveland,
losing his ho-id "You nro going to
marry him! You don't deny It."
Klin laughed gently. "Wlij should I
deny It tn jou? Ilnvo jou any right
In ipiestlon mo or bring mo to book
about inij thing, Mr Conlotit"
"I know I liavo no right," ho admit
led "I'oiglvo niej' To her ho vviih
now mil) (onli4inho actor, who lunl
Hoi n Hid lev ('ii'iiur'M piny Tho past
wits III I HI llUlfOttlll
" limit leiiiliiil jou ngnln," I.iwluy
VM'iil mi, In ii iiioi bimiiiMuitlkii iiiiiii
per, HioiimIi tier !)' wir ttianj,
"Hull inn iiiimin'i wo on iHdiiH HMuey
'Wv im m iniiwitoii jijiwinii m,"
said Lovelntid And thou In n few
word ns possible, without any attempt
nt defending himself for his p.nt III
the trinsm tloit, ho explained baldly
that the malinger had deserted tho
compinj and tint they had only one
piece. "lord Hob" They Ind prodmed
It for three night In tho hope of
making money enough to get nwnj,
but the result had proved disappoint
"My affairs are rilher In n muddle
Just now," Loveland finished, "but a
soon ns I git them straightened out
arnln. which I expect to do shortlj, I
will mjself pay Sir. Citnier's fee for
these performance If j-ou'll let me
know what they ate."
"Oh, Sidney wouldn't vvnnt you to do
that," the girl explained "1 neither
of us knew that tho company wa In
trouble I can answer for Sidney a
If It wero for mjself. If only )ou glvo
me jour word, Lord I I niein Mr.
(lordoii- that these people won't go
about the country plavlug this piece
I'll nls nothing mote "
"mi mij set Mr. Cromer's mind at
rest about tint," Loveland nnswtied
bitterly. "They aren't likely to go
nboiit the eotintrv plnjlng anv plice"
"You mean the) jou are strnndud
heief Impilnsl Lesley.
"Oh, I'm nil right." Lovelnnd slid
hurriedly, far from w Ishlng to pose n
an objis t of pltj. "It's tho other I'm
She g'lvo him a quick, clear look
"Would jou go nvvay mid leavo them
here In trouble?" she nskid.
"No; 1 won't do tint," replied Val.
"I mean to do something for them "
"Won't there bo money enough from
these three performance of 'Lord
Hob' to pnj their railroad fares some
where" "I'm nfrnld not, Innlly enough to
settle with th" lttidlord and get him
to release their luggnge, which he's
keeping till list wetk'H board bills uro
"Your higgngo too?"
Loveland gievv red "I haven't any."
"Oh!" 'lite lolor How to her clucks,
ns If In s.vuip.ithv with the Hush she
could not In Ip seeing on hi. "No
".ou say jou rend the newspapers,"
said Ijimdniul "If jou did jou per
haps saw that tho hotel people lu New
imk treated ire rather curious)), I
didn't lead the stun mjself I leally
(utildu't bring mjself to do It Hut I
gathtred fiom hints given me here mid
there that the Journalists had a pretty
rough game with me"
"You Inn! n g-imo with them, to be
gin with," raid Llej.
"I shut mj door lu tho fnco of ono
on ni) Hist day lu Now York," love
lnnd nduiltted. "Next day I hadn't a
door to Bhut. America hasn't been very
hospltnblu to me."
"What could jou expect? Americans
don't like having tricks plajed on
"I plnjed no trick."
"You pi ij ed u part the part of Lord
Val stared. "How can a man play
thnt lie's Illume If?"
"Do jou deuj tho newspaper accu
"Whit iiccimtlous? I did knock n
nun down In tho street, mid ho gave
his own version of tho storj-."
"Oh, I don't mean that story, but
quite uuotlur, tho story ho said jou
kuoikisi him down for nlludlng to
"Wo'ro talking at cross purposes,"
broke tu Loveland. bow lldcris.1. 'Tor
llio sake of any friendship you may
ever Imvo hnd for me, though I'm not
asking you to continue It In future,
explain what )ott mean"
"Hut do )nu mean that you read
nothing, heard nothing of what they
wcro saying about jou In Now York?"
"I told jou I wouldn't look at tho
papers. What I heaid I of course
took for granted was In connection
with the hotel nffalr and tho row lu
LORIl IOVELAMI, clIAUtlEUII.
.T nSLIJY thought for a minute,
with an expression on her face
I which Loveland could not uu-
-" dcrstand I'resently mi Idea
fcemed to commend Itself to tho girl.
On her arm a little gold mid platinum
bng hung from Its chain Well did ho
know tlio two compartmeutB In this
favorlto Ilttlo receptacle of Lesley's
treasures) And now ho watched her,
with o. cs homesick for past da)H, as
shu took out the remembered curdeaso
and fiom an Inner pocket of that card
caso a folded newspaper cutting
"It's ipilto tlmu jou did read for
yourself," sho said. "This will malto
jou understand better than 1 can tell
you I'miuy Milton cut It out of tho
New York Light and posted It to me.
I've kept It here I baldly know why,
hut now I'm glad I did "
It was Tony Kldd's first artlclo that
Lovehinrt read with a shock of sur
prise, which at tho very beginning set
tlio blond humming In his ears HUo
tho Hound of tho son lu n shell.
Tony had told Ids story spicily In n
way to inako his leadeis laugh Hut
Lovelnnd did not laugh Ito lead on
mid on, dacil at llrst, then with a
burst of enlightenment which mado
clear many in) Melius.
"Tho dllllcult young man to ap
proach" had coino to Now ork lu see
licliossc-s mid eoiiipiei pus, said
Tony. Ho had begun the computing
pinccftH on board ship, being n )oijth
of n tin If ty turn of mind, vihu bollov
id III Inking llmo by tlio forelock, Ilo
Inn! liinilo flleuiU He hull oven ui
liHim iiiihIo lovu Kooii no iloiiht hu
would limit Hindu a umlrli, hut Ihu
Mu'Hiix) t iuIiij, uu H "ii'l oven mm
(lllwt Imvo a ny of going uiong,
imwlHlly when mid Hint "vvlion" l
ihIihImI Tony lu kiiiwi nml ink u tv
ihiiiiIhiih, "JVhen js o iigrij'il not it
nnrnuls?" The writer Invited the pub
lic to guess. " hy, vv hen he's n v nlet,
of course" And then 'Jony went on
to protest ga)ly that neither he nor
his paper wn responsible for tho as
sertion that this marquis was not a
marquis They merely put tho ques
tion and gave tho answer for what It
A number of peoplo prominent In
New York society had received cable
gram from London Informing them
tint tho valet of tho Marquis of Love
land had absconded with his lord
ship' Jewelry mid other belonging:;
thnt tho fugitive wa known to hnvo
Impersonated his mister In London,
obtaining goods from tradesmen nnd
running up bill nt hotels In Lord
Lovchind's name If a person calling
himself tho Marquis of Lovelnnd
should appear In Now York presenting
letters of Introduction to tho said prom
inent people earlier than tho arrival
of tho White Star liner llnltlc they
vveto to bovvaro of him, ns tho real
Lord Lov eland expected to sail on that
On the very day when these cable
grams were rocelved, Tony ICIdd went
on to state, there nnlvcd by a
strange (?) colncldenco mi nttractlro
looking and haughty young gentleman
known niiiung acquaintances collected
on the Muurctnnhi as Iird Loveland.
Thl alleged nobleman had gone to tho
Waldorf-Astoria, where, thiough n
servant of tho hotel. It was soon dis
covered that his pretentious trunks
were practically empty.
Act " was n round of calls with let
ter of Introduction to all the promi
nent people vv aincd by n friend (also
prominent) In L'ngtnnd
Act 3, n sceno In the W.nldorf res
taurant, where somu shipboard ac
quaintances, dining with one of tho
prominent people, hnd heard fiom him
of tho cablegram mid of course refused
to acknowledge acquaintance with tho
attractive nobleman when ho appear
ed )n the room, ready to greet tlio
whole party with efTuslon.
Act 4, the hotel authorities being In
formed, request "Lord Lovelnnd" to
Hnd other acommodatlon.
Act C, the husband mid father of
the two ladle whom Lord Loveland
met on the Muurctatila attacked and
knoe ked down lu tho street by tho
"dllllcult joung man to approach."
Now, nt last, Loveland understood
ever) thing that hud happened to him
In New York, even to tho mj story of
the bank. Again he seemed to see Cnd
vvallader Hunter bending to tall: with
tho good looking, d irl: joung man
who hud dined with the Coolldgcs.
Mr. van Cotter had doubtless been ono
of those who hnd received the warn
ing cablegrams, mid unturally ho had
piiKsed on tho Interesting news to the
Cootldges and Miltons. Cndvvnllnder
Hunter, who had stopped to chat with
thoparty.had been Just In time, to glean
the inform itlou mid had taken revenge
for the Englishman's rudeness of the
morning by nilvlslng the hotel people
to get rid of an umlesirahle client.
Oh, )es. It was easy enough to seo
It ull uow, even the reason why his
mother and the London bankers had
failed to answer Ills appeals for mon
ey The) had thought that I'oxhani
was cabling unit had accordingly re
fused to he taken In Apparently Fox
hum had absiondcd somewhere, and
hi misdoings hail been discovered on
tho other side before hi late master
bud found him out.
It nil came from accepting tho
clihnee olTorod by Jim Harborough to
sail on tho Mauietanla. Hut In spite
of every thing he had sullcrcd Love
land told himself that ho would not
have It (Uriel cut. If ho had come over
on the llulllc hu would probably by
till time be engaged to some Ameri
can heiress mid would cover hnvo met
Just now Jils acquaintance with her
wus putting hint to torture, mid ho was
gloomily convinced that nothing would
ever make things coi'no right Never
theless he was dimly, subconsciously
twnro even In this bitter moment that
ho wouldn't choose i dense from tor
ture at tho price of not knowing tho
"All this Is a surprlso to you, then?"
II or voice broko Into tho midst of his
rullectlon. over tho newspaper cutting.
"How very odd that jou didn't rend
tlio papers!" exclaimed Lesley.
"I was so disgusted with tho way
New vrk was treating mo thnt 1
wasn't very keen to seo what It was
saying of me. Hesldcs, ns I told you, 1
thought 1 did know. I supposed It was
all about tho hotel fuss and my knock
ing down thnt man Milton"
"Why did )ou knock him down?"
"I slapped him in Dm face, and ho
fell dovv ii,"
"Hutvhy did you slap him In tho
"I can't tell jou thnt, Miss Dear
"Well," said Lesley, looking nt him
ulvvajs from un
der her lashes to
seo how ho was
taking her words,
") ou'v o boon
I h he. el, nt all
"I don't think
I doservtd pun
I s h in o n t fur
Of (ouiitii I don't
I. now mi) llilug
about thin, but
ou usiil in bo
We'll, rullici ill in
num." Tin not iirrii
Kinl iiuw." Lovu.
IlilMl mil 1 1 oil
"mi win tun tuu
most Inclined to thluk I never shnll
"If you'ro not really Lord Love
lnnd" "Not really" He ntmost gasped ns
ho would have repeated her words. It
had not occurred to him, even while
lie read tho cutting, thnt Lesley Dear
tnor could possibly think him a fraud.
"What you you don't believo In
mo?" he stammered. "1'onf"
Apparently sho was untouched by
tho reproach, tho actual consterna
tion In his voice.
"Why should I believe moro than
any ono else?" she asked, with a little
dainty, sldcwlse turn of her head. "I
wa only a Bhlp acquaintance, you
know, like tho others."
"Llko tho others who threw mo
over," ho said.
"Yes, like tho others. Thero was no
difference, wn thero?" she challenged
Hut Loveland wn In no mood to
tnko up tho gnuutlct, If It wcro n
gauntlet, that she threw elown.
"I suppose not," ho answered from
"You valued almost all your other
acquaintances on bonrd moro than jou
did me," tho girl went on. "You wero
quite frank nbout that Hy your own
admission jou were n bit of nn ad
venturer coming over to my country to
see whnt jou could devour. I usenl to
hnte that In you, nil the moro bocauso
I thought you n titled adventurer.
There was less excuse for n well
brought up roan, with every udvantngo
of birth and education, than for"
"Sny It, Miss Dearmer. Say what
you really think of mo."
"I don't sny 1 do think It. I sny
only why should I believe lu jou when
other people don't?"
"I see now there's no renson, nnd
I'm not going to nsk you to believe."
"You're not going to nssuio mo that
j oil nro tho rial Lord Lovelnnd?"
"No, I'm not. I'm not going to as
sert myself or defend myself lu nuy
way to jou. I want )ou to draw your
"Very well," snld Lesley, with spar
kling eyes. "I do draw them."
"I've no excuse to offer even for
stealing jour friend's play except that
wo wero hnrd up and we saw nothing
else to do. I've had no answer to my
cablegram. Ihere-'a no time for an
swers to hive come to letters jet."
"I see. Meanwhile?"
"Mcanvvhllo wu're on our beam
"You say 'we.' Tou Identify jour
fclf with theso people these poor lit
tle stranded actors?"
"Oh, yes; I'm ono of them a poor
Ilttlo stranded actor too."
"You'ro not going to desert them?"
"No. We'll sink or sSvlin together.
You sec, I've got rather fond of two
of tho 'poor little stranded actors," my
companions Ini misery, IM Rlnney,
who's very 111, really, and oughtn't to
be acting a good fellow If ever there
was one nnd Mis de Lisle, tho star"
Lesley's faco changed slightly, nnd
her lips opened, but sho did not speak.
"Who will perhaps some day ninrry
a great friend of initio In Now York."
"Oh! So jou have n friend In Now
"Ye, one. Ho paints menus In the
Twelfth street restaurant where I vvaB
"How you have changed!", exclaimed
Lesley. "Hut perhaps it's only clrcuin
stnucos." "I'crli ips," said Loveland.
"If I know n way In which you could
help jour nctor friends to escape from
hero mid go wherever they want to
go, would jdu tako It, I wonder?" asked
"I don't wonder; I'm sure," Love
land answered, thinking of poor Ilttlo
Llllic, "Hill's gal," and Kd Hlnney.
"Would you caro to take n position In
somebody's houso as ns well, a paid
position with an advance on your sal
ary by which jou could scud nil your
friends happily away?"
"I'd do It like a shot If any ono
would have me," Loveland said quick
ly. "Some ono will liavo you shall wo
say as secretary? Do you know typo-
wiltlug or shorthand?"
Loveland reluctantly answered that
he did not.
"Dear mel The secretar) ship won't
answer then. I'm nfrald. Are jou any
thing of a linguist?"
"Can't speak a word of nny language
but my own, except n hotchpotch of
Trench The little Lntlu I ever hud Is
practically gone. You'll liavo to glvo
mo up as a bad Job nml chuck mo Into
Jnll for the theft of Cromer's play.
I've never had uuy proper education."
"Haven't jou? I'm not so sure about
that," said Lesloy, with an Inflection
lu her voice that Val couldn't quite
understand. "And I'm not sure you
haven't learned jour lcssou rather
well. You must bo able to do some
thing. Can )ou drive a motorcar?"
"ies," snld Lovehind.
".Good! Do )0U understand tho
mechanism of cars? Would jou tako
quite a temporal)' Job as chauffeur in
in a private family, with a sal oh,
I might as well sa) wages of $2' a
wees and your board mid lodging be
sides?" "U I could get tho Hist week In nd
vtincu 1 mUlit send eveiyhoil) to Chi
cago wltli what we've got out of tho
stub u phi," Loveland snld
"Never mind the stolen pint. In
Slduoj ru'iuci's unmet 1 fuiglie jou
nil, uoii I know the elu iiiiiutmiees.
No lie lu In bo said ilbolll Hint "
"oil lllllkl 1 Hit vv him vei) Well In
iIihiI to upenk fm him so pnilllvidy,"
III I 'I.' Ill IrflVKlUllil gllHIIIlll)
'I do" wild lali) "iii .'an hnvu
the Him ui.'Ii'h .mimi'4 In ml win. o ninl
IllW HIS llllll lllll I'llU I'lir N II lllllllll "
"il iui nn m illurlti "
"ym iiiiHtn Un litiliimrs)"
"till, mi I imlll IrfMll liOWliHIilV
Nuttiu iwii 4c iiwlu 0huurii'iiiuf llnr
valets, and vlco Aprsa."
"Do jou accept tho situation I offer
"Well, for my frjend Sidney Cromer.
Sidney bns Just bought a new car and
sent It to us. I'm nllowcd to use It
for awhile a much as I llko."
"I'm hntiged If I'll bo his servnntl"
Vnl exclaimed with something' of bis
"Qh, very well, Mr. Gordon. I
thought jou wcro really in earnest or
I wouldn't have mndo tho suggestion."
'fo I nui, but"
"There's often a 'but' In such case,
Isn't there? I ndmlt It wouldn't bo
a particularly ngri'cnblo position for a
ninn who hns or" ,
"Posed ns n peer," Loveland finished
for her bitterly.
"You put the words Into my mouth.
I wn going to sny you seemed so mix
lous to do something to help the others,
nnd this I tho only thing I can think
of by which you could niako money
IM Illunoj's pnlo faco and Lllllo's
wistful ejes seemed to flont lu tho air
before tho unhappy Lov cloud. "Very
well," he snld; "I will bo Mr. Cro
mer'u chauffeur. I've taken hi piny.
I'll tnko his money. I'll tnke hi food.
I'll live under hi roof, and I'll serve
him ns well as I can. And I'll only
ask you to believo ono decent thing
of me. Miss Dearmer thnt it Isn't for
my own sako."
"It will bo my food you cat," said
Lesley vvcctly, "and my roof which
will give you shelter. It's quite set
"It's qulto settled," he echoed, "for
There were no dimples nt play In
Lesley's cheeks, but ono might almost
hnve snld that her eyes laughed.
a rnoTMiE oi wis nPAnitcn's.
LKSLKY DHAItMini and her mint
wcro stnjlng thut night nt Ash-
llio with their friends, and
next morning everything was
tirrangceb Loveland explained that In
n fortnight at least he would certainly
bo released from the bondage of his
embarrassments, therefore ho would
tnko service us Mr. Crenier's chaulTciir
only for that length of time, thus giv
ing his cmplo.vers a chauco to Hnd a
good man for a permanent engage
ment. He received fremi Lesley the
two weeks' vvnges In advance, and tho
?.",i)-n far larger amount than he had
touched since landing seemed tu him
,"1 WANT A LITTLU TALK WITH TOO."
n respectable sum. Ten dollars be
kept for hi own necessities, mid the
rest he divided among the members of
the broken company.
The profits from the three perform
ances of "Lord'Hob" paid tho hotel
bills for all uud left a few dollars
over Lumped together thero was
enough to take I.lllle de Lisle, Kd Hln
ney. Miss SL Clare nnd the Winters to
Chicago, leaving something to tldo
each one through a week or two of
IJIlle, IM nnd Miss St. Clare could
hardly express their gratitude to Love'
find mid the words the) snld to him
wmiui'd his heart as it had never been
vv armed befoio Thero was ii queer
kind of happiness lu wtcrlllclng him
self for otheis that camo us nn abso
lutely new Bensatlon to Vnl.
I.lllle was In toueli with Hill again;
therefore-, In splto of the uncortnln fu
tuii, sho was not unhappy. Sho bad
written to lllll tho day after Lovehind
Joined the company, had sent him a
photograph of herself mid n collar for
Shnliespeuio. the best that could bo
bought for ,r,0 (cuts In Modunk. Hill
ha I answered to Ashvllle, and, though
neither had any prospi'cts, both had
unlimited hopu now that they wero
sine of the love and lo)alty which had
outlived dlsiouingeiiieiitK, absunco nnd
uiirHioiniu joins LIIHo vvns going
to Chicago, and Chicago might have
something to offer Hy nnd by who
i .mid It'll?-sho nnd Hill, "tho best
mini she e'ver knew," might enmo ten
gether Me inn lilli) thoy could go on
loving eaeli nlliir
'Ihu ghl weal off bilojed up with
liopo, ami M Hlnney had friends In
f'lil'iigo Uu would ri'Mt a liiiio mid
I nil i lulu," In. mild u Vnl, slinking
Iniuili mil nml over iignln In llio mo
billll uf iii.illiy.
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The Effects of Opiates.
THAT IM'AATS are peculiarly susceptible to opium and It various prep
arations, all of which nro narcotic, Is well known, l'ven In the smallest
doses, If continued, these opiate cuusu changes In the functions and growth ot
tho cells, which nro likely to become permanent, causing imbecility, menial
perversion, a craving for alcohol or nurcolics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
as Intractable nt rvou dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, aro a result ot dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infancy, Tho rule among
physician is that children should never receive opiates lu tho smallest dose for
.uore than a day at a time, nnd only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a ihjsicijii cannot be too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who are, ill need tho attention
of a physician, and it Is nothing less than a crime to dose them willfully with uar.
co ics. Uastoriacontulpsjio narcotics if It bears the signature of Chas. II, Fletcher.
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i Clcvel and, Otito.
v Tor cfiTeral year j I recommended j our (.'ait rla'
atd b1ic.1I always contlnno la do po, as It Lis Inya
rUbly produced beneficial ntti'ls."
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remsdy. It Is purely trpetaMo and acts as a mild
utUrilc. Abora all. It dm a no lurm, uhlch Is
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urens Kniedlea." s
Victor II. CorrsUM. M. D., Omaha. Neb.
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30-Years.
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Brooklyn, N. Y.
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preps rnllou, ltlsp sure and reliable weJklnc to'
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