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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, APR. 25, 1911.
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for Infants and Children.
ave the Babies.
INiT 1IOKTAI.1TY H something frh-lilful. We can hardly realize
that o( ull tlio children born til n il.itl ouutnes, twentj-lwo per cent., or
marly one-iuartcr, die before they rca, li one enr; thirty-seven per cent, or
more than one-third, before they aro five, ami one-half before they urn fifteen I
We ilo not hcsitato to say that a timely use of Cnstoria would save a majiritj
of these precious live.. Neither do wo, hesitate to say that many of these infantile
deaths ui u occasioned hy the utio of narcotic preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing sjrups sold for ihililreu's complaints contain morn or less opium, or
morphine. They are, In considerable quantities, deadly poisoni. In any ipiantily,
they stupefy, retard circulation ami h ad to congestions, sickness, death. Canto! la
oeratra exactly the reverse. It i antes the bluod to circulate properly, opeus the
pored of the skin and allays few i.
The r Z'' j ' f B"Hrnlei' cnulno
tlKimliiro of UfcV5f S-CUiAvt Cimlorln
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
I Live uwd jour Cftitorl In ruri of re He In '
cMMrtU Mid La? found it lite twt liicdtrlDe of H
kind ou tti mtrkti " J h Simmon, M I),
A mrJIflnc in vnltifcblt tnl twntflrU) for rliil
dru k your c'MlurU it diverwi the Mtitbt irl
I flbd It lu ub rjw litre."
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"IUtc oeil yonr f'aaturla on muIou octlon
lb tutluble ram Mid !. f in 1 It a ( almUiiUi and
ttiaUut laiatlve iu lj iu ttc riiut dlieaiv
t'ui Kbwihv (UhltlfLll M.I).
Ch ildren Cry for
In Use For
'('annuls U vjoott for ctilldrtn and I frequently
I r.ii rita it, mud alttaya obtain the dralrcj remit!.'
Y Uiiuui Olattnih, M I),
Boffalo, N. Y.
1 baT prt-nrribrtl Cnntorlt to f anlllet for teTeral
yar It la all rlliU Mnlbna like It, for c hi Id re u
will takv H without any trouble.'
C. A. Wilhoi , M. P.,
M Yrmr Cm tor! a la a rplendld remedy for children,
luonit the world over. 1 nao It la my rtitlti Mid
)mvrnaliMiUticy In rt-roinmentlliii It for the com
iJmliiU of liifktita Mid cMldrvu.'
J. A. BoihMiK, M. D.,
Ktciu City, Mo.
Over 3 O Years.
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Kawniloa Defeated Kaluiku
In Closely Played
Tin re were tunny untiles nf bnsebnll
plnM-il on O.ihu last Sundny, the day
on the other xlite of the Island beluK
iiltiiiixt perfect fur the sport, as tliern
was neither sun nor rain
Anionic the (fames which ere jilayed
va one between the UHsers of Ka
millo.i mid Kaluiku, In which the for
mer won by n score of (1-4. nfter n
hutl -contesteil nine InniiiKS of effort.
In three IniiluKs only did the win
nils si ore, ami the loifrs maile their
tallies in the llftli and elKhtli, KettliiK
two men ocr In emh of thee periods
The seme and lineup are as fcillows'
Kawalloa 0 0 0 10 0 0 3 2 C
Kiihiiliu 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 t
Kuwa'llo.i Henry I'lenier, c; "Dick,"
p . Simon, lb ; A Atamtda, 2b.; M.
I'lKi Ira, .111 ; A. Alameda, ss ; I'.ixlo,
rf I'alcao. If : P ritttielni, ef.
Kiihiiliu- -MlKUtl, ss j Moes, p; M.
Slla. c. Jiienhsnn, lb: Oann, If.:
Jules. 2h ; M HndrlKiies, .lb J P Zerbe,
r . Jim Marin, rf
LIKE BOY SCOUTS
Plans now nie belli); uinilo for ti
temporal) oi conization called The
Cniup Kite (llrls of America which
limy deelnp Into a national society
In the Tall If such a slop t-ecius Justl
tled The aim of the organization s
to piovldo for cirls outdoor activi
ties etiricspDiidlhK to those furnish-
'I Imivh hy the Hoy Scout ni(iuniettt
It seekH to enciinraRC a Kiealcr In-
Iciest atnoiip; Kills 111 exercises In
the open with the threefold aim of
developing their bodies, niitulB and
iliatacters. It Is recognized, however
that the activities puiUdcil for tlio
girls must be ftiuilninenlally differ
cut fiutu those of Hie boys and that
special uttcntlon must he paid to the
home Keen Interest In tlio organiza
tion for gills has been aroused be
cause of the groat Influence, already
excited by the boy scout activities.
Hnm-worshlp has been the keynnta
1o the success of the boy scout work.
The iiiowiuent lias spread rapidly
because the le.uleis haw lecogulzed
that fact ami have enabled the hoy
to see In the scout wink In tlio woods
and within doois that they luno an
oppoilunll) to do the things that tlio
hurotM of their faorlto story books
luiM- done While thus being trained
physically and mentally under the
supervision of a I tallied scoulmnslur,
thev ato lulluetired to be nioio eoui-
a u u n u u u u n n u t: tt :i
U 8PORT CALENDAR
Friday. April 28.
tt Iinakclbnll--Kalllil vs. V. M. C
tt A. nt Knllhl.
tt Saturday, April 29. SS
It Uasebali St. Louis vs. Highs. SS
tt Hawaii Ynrht Ulttb Ctulse to SS
SS Pearl Harbor Chowder SS
H Sunday, April 30. It
tt Oalm league Season Ojicni Two U
tt names: Portugueio vs. Nntlvo SS
SS Sons; New Team vs. Japanese, tt
ti n.'iReball, Sugar League, Wnlpa- SS
SS hit vs, Alea at Waipabu, Ewn SS
SS vs. Walnnae at Kwa. SS
SS Opening Hawaii Yacht Club Sea- SS
SS son llaces at Pearl Harbor. SS
tt ' 8aturday, May 6.
tX DaBCball St. Louis vs. Hlgln.
SS Monday, May 8.
tt Baseball, Kams vs. St, Louis.
SS Monday, May 15.
SS llasobatl Hlglia vs. Kama.
tt Saturday, May 13.
SS (loir at Country Club Presl- tt,
SS dent's Cup Play. SS Huns
tt Sunday, May 14
n (lolf nt Country
tt dent's Cup Play
1AMS ARE BUSY
Teams Played Great Ball and
Promise Well For
Hy the victory over Iolanl team yes
terday afternoon, the Kams won two
strnlKlit games of baseball, both being
on the school grounds.
The game yesterday resulted ill n
jj, score of 12-11 111 rnvnr of tlio Kams,
jj an, I Saturday that team trimmed the
j- I'lins in llie lune oi n.-ii
l Until teams did good hitting 111 the
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vntim v.tMt..r,1nv. mill tlifi tCnllls did
some brilliant Holding during the game
. Siore ami llneiin:
SS Unse bits 0 2 3 0(210 3-K,
Club Presl- SS, IOI.AN1H.
tt Huns 0 1 2 0 0 d 2 0 011
SS Haso hits 1 2 10 10 2 1 0-lt
SS Territory Tennis Championship SS Ilrrors Knins 4, Iolnnls 10.
SS Tournament tt. The Llneupi.
nunnnntsntSSSntJaSSnanSS T''0 lineups of the teams were:
Iolnnls N'nkamurn, 2b.-ss.-lf ; Cum-
Icons and are taught to understand: mlngs, lf.-ss.; Snwnl, ss.-sb.j Non Hen
the value of service and the trtto (captain), lb.; KnneSli.; Chang, rf ;
things of life. (Hhlmliu, ef.; llenglur. v.; Hen, p.
The aim of the Camp Flro dirts of Knms-Correa. rf.; Kama, cf : Kanl.
America Is to develop womanly qual-' IV1 ' ' sl; """"' ";' M1,fi,.e,':.:"':
in,... i i, .1, ... ... Lindsay, lb.-p.; Kekuevvn, If; Knnnl,
. .. I B . 'procinieu .. .. Mnknnonl (captain), 2b.
ii..i tiuii.iiies ilium lie provided or nn
cntholy different character from those
M'mplros Chang and You,
The Onhu College nnd Kninelmmeli.i
arranged for the bojs, but It is hop- baseball tenms crossed bats on the
ed that the aim of character-building school grounds Inst Saturday ufter
wlll bo atttalned. Tlio leaders In the no," before n largo crowd of students
girl work hope to get many girls ln-1 from ,,n,h "chools and townspeople. At
tcrested In camps and outdoor llfo this1 V'0'",' ?,f "J'.JX' "Am!
...... . - nt. .i it .. i ' to 14 In favor of tno Kams. iiotii
Kiinnicr. wl h the view of testing tlio tonlrt, ,,, mnnv ,. ,llr0,IK,1(,u,
lirlnclples they hnvo worked out. tno Bnn., nn,i ,.ou,io of i,0me runs
Several niecliiigs of pioinltient men, were made by each side The rain was
and women have been held In, tlio responsible pnrtly for the way tbo score
I'orace Mann School, llroadway and went During the tlrst four Innings the
120th street. New York and ., teni. rnln came down bard nt times, nnd it
. , . ..... . ...... ... .
lOOKt'tl ns IttOUKIl llio Knino lOUIU IH
Ptoppci, lnt nfter n uhiK the cnptnlni
n..l A ,,i.,i i.A ..... .. rni, !
Is Mrs. Mnry Sclienck Woolman of, ,,,,, wnr ,,rt nt iii t,nt n,i had
Teachers College. Mrs. Charlotte J. things their wny with Hosea for a
Parnswurth, wife of Professor Charles,1 while. This was Horn's tlrst experl-
II. Rirnsworth, Is secretary. Other, enco In the box for the Kiwis, nnd It
licrsons Inteiosted In tlio work are therefore took him some time to set
Ifrs. Udgerton L. Wluthrop, Jr.; Mrs.l ,, iUm,t- TI,o I'uns mado four runs In
t,'r... ti,, ., i-.i if .., ,i, the first Inning through heavy batting
.n-, ...., , .,. .' . ..'.... ... . rln the second another run wns added to
... "" '"'"""' 57"' '- tbel. score. The Kams did not start
t-Ica; Miss Llnn Heard, sister of Dan-, , ,lo nllyti,lnK till the foiirlb Inning.
ici u. uuuru: mis. Jiisius a. iraui mi,vli(1, the Kiuu, rooters got Itnn Hltcli
pornry organization has boon effect
ed. The chairman of the committee
New Hrltnlii Conn.; Dr. Luther H
(lullck, Mrs. (lullck, Dr. Anna Ilrovvu,
of the Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. Anna If,
cock, who vvus In the box for Ptinn-
hou, rattled, nnd he walked n few.
while others sent his ball out for good
Hohoir. or Hie Hudson (lulld; Howard ''Its. In tills Inning Aran made n
a ti.,...i.... ..,!.. r ,1,., in,. v.l home run, sending two men In with
..!...., 1- ' i. .I.... t . ..i... xi I him When the Inning elided the Kams
"""' """- '""'""" "" had piled up six runs. The boys on
Lee K llnmnier of Iho National Conn- ,,, ,.,,, ,.,, ,n ,..,, ,, ..,.,,
ell of the Hoy Scouts; Miss draco Il.',i mado Hltclicoclt grow wild for n
Uodgo, Mis. Charles Israels, Miss time In tlio beginning of the fifth
Kllza lluller, V. C. I'iugdou. Miss C.llil' sent one to Nonli, wlio fiunbleil
Seining, Miss Elizabeth Hurclienal,! "i then llan came to bat and knocked
Mlos l.Mlili Hrmvnell Mrs C II W.it- out n iwo-ongger, sending uinn nnme
.. miuu iioniin seilov Ml. Mnrliin!" llrnvvn was struck out nnd 1111 De-
ii .. , x, ii ...n ti t. sha vns out on a fly. Next came
Prat, Mrs Nell MacCoull. Miss Ma- nm, ,, ,o flnit )n n
rla IJuwd. nnd James H. West. cxe-iwlll0 , Hitchcock sailed to third.
cutlvo secielary of the Uoy Scouts of Aml. Mooro then pnt the ,all to third
Ametlra. bnstman, who muffled It, Run Hltch-
At the meetings already hold It has cock getting borne on the play Willie
been pointed out that attempts havo. Hitchcock mode a safe hit and Noah
been mado In vnrlous paits of tlio' tlirow wild to first. Dodge romping
world to establish such nn organlza- 1'nn" Willie Hitchcock was struck out.
.i ...r.i ..i i n. ii- i i,. ... this making tlio score 8 to 0 In favor
Ion. 'The Olrl (Ittldcs has been' .,, ,in) Th Knm, camo ,
formed in Kiiglnnd and Canada. In nml hvgan to Bft to worki HcmUntf
New Zealand there Is a society called( Hitchcock's ball nil over the field. He
"Peace Scouting for Girls," while theWas raftlcd by the Knm rooters, and
"(llil Aids" nre In Australia. Work, the home te.un managed to pile up nlno
iilonir this line is bolne done by the! runs In their Inst half of the llfth.
Health and Honor lnguo under thoj Hon was iclleved In the. sixth and,
auspices or the Y. W. C. A. There Is "" " "- " "'""" " """"
ii n. ..m nn... ii,lo"e run for the rest of the t me, while
a small group called "Tlio Camp Uro, ,,mialloll I1U(1J m0 , , Blxl'h,nm,
uiris, in Jiieuorii, vi. n. oiiuiij u V8 , tho ,ucky ,.v,.ntli r H
iiecuied nt tno iiiccuiibs uiai uneu
llilugs were necessary: First, to es-
inl.lUh :i cut ml committee to which
nil nersons Inteiestcd might come for' 8- Clillllngvvorth Ileitis were kept busy
Information and sugesgtlons; second throughout the game and did their
to make nvallnble for distribution in-l"'",:, " '.
formation concernlnB what already 1un
has been dono, and finally, to defer KumB '
ino nciuui loriuaiiou ui ura ui"n, -,
zatlon until tho study und testing of Captain Knlal of tho Kam baseball
tho various plans that havo been sug-.team will be In the box today, after a
gested can be accomplished.
Speaking about tho uew movement
Mrs Karnsworth. secretary said:
"Kiom ulrls of all parts of tho conn.
try coiues'tho question to those In the
Hoy Scout movement, 'What Is there
pitched n good game for the Kams,
while S. Hussey played well behind the
bat The umpires were A. Sumner nnd
Tho sioro was as follows:
..3 1 0 0 3 1 H 0 0 -11
..0 0 0 G 8 1 0 0 1C
week's rest In tho hospital
It has been announced at the school
that the military Inspection by an mil
cer of the War Department will take
place Wednesday morning, beginning
nt 9 o'clock The cadets nre busy to-
for the girls that corresponds to tho day polishing up their iirms nnd eipilp
llov scout organization?' To consld-jnient ready for the Inspection The
er these demands, a tcntatlvo oigaul-unrters are also being put In the best
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.ii mi li.iu i.nn.i rnniicii which mayi"1 vwtiui,i,it.
gin wlnto a national organization for
gills, In the rail, If plans which are
to be tried out with various groups,
this hummer, seem to Justify such a
"The men nnd women interested
ss ss ss ss ss is ss ss tt ss ss n st n ss u a
conserver of Iho homo, of the llio
as symbolic of the homo, whether the
flto is u catnpilre out-of-doots or tho
hearth Hie of the dwelling. The line
Ions of the home Is the lire and Us
feel that the activities for girls should guardian Activities to arouse what Is
ho fimdauienlally different from thoso most womanly In the ghl uio to con
for linvs that as Iho founders of tho ter uiound the camp tlio and Ilia
IIov Scouts recognized the potent in
fluence hero worship has upon bojs,
by giving the Impetus to their acti
vities, thiough tho liultullon of the
healthrul out-of-disir llfo led hy pio
neer heroes, so Iho founders or an
oiganlzallon for girls should consider
tho womanly qualities and provide
foi ins of expression which do not slm-
hearth fltu nnd apieal to the girl's
Instinct to please, as tho buy's Im
pulse lo compete is made tlio basis of
"This Instinct to pleasu will he util
ized In the tluee ways In which It
expresses Itself, unuioly, through tho
personal appearance, tluougli making
beautiful objects, and b doing kindly
ply couy thoso of tlio boys, but which deeds Under these heads the wmk to
inlni' out tlio fundamental fact that be tiled and the uctlvltles lo bo fob
through all Ihe nfjes woman Is tho lowed this summer will bo grouped,"
IMPOItTKItS, MANUPACTl'Itr.llS AND IlP.TAII.KllS OP LADIEST,
CHII.DItDN'S AND INFANTS' WKAK
Our ntlthentlc showing of exnulslle
wulhts for Spring 1911 einhrnces tho
choicest products of the world's best
makers, ittigmcntcd by those of our
The Mngnln prices nre very moderate;
In fart, we know our values ran not
be "mulled elsewlivre
One of tlie most popular styles this
Htnsiui are the sailor collar waists, of
which we linve n large iiiinntlty of
stjles, ns fellows:
Lingerie 13.S0, $5.00, 16.50 up
Voile $5.00, $5.75, $6.50 up
Linen $2.50, $3.50, $4.50 up
Wash Silk, $G.50 Pongee, $8.50.
All Packages to tlie "Islands" will be
sent free of charge
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Thermos Answers " Certainly Not,"
My contents are Icy Gold.
And when Thermometer goes below,
Says Thermos Bottle " 'Tis Not So"
Tor "All Is Hot I Hold."
And they aro both right. The latest thing In Thermo. Dottles It here
we have them! the pint bottle that we tell you for $2 each.
Everybody can u.e a THERMOS now the price bring, them within
anybody', reach for everyday ute. Call and look at the new bottle.
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a free .ample of tho shaving cream on request.
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We can recommend to our patrons the
we are offering this week as being tender,
fat and well flavored. The other meats
are as good. Your order will have attention.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON &. LOUIS, Proprietor.
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