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co (5 Itt guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
; Fcvcrishncss. , It cores Diarrhea andT7iad Cclic.
It rcllcrca Teething TroabIc-"i cores Const f ration
aad Flatulency. Tit ,nts!ril!atc-i. tZ:o rcc2rc"7v!n?C3
the Gtomach and noVrcls,clvlal:caIlIiy apdr:r.tii;al
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signature t?Wt&T7cu3uZ-i bf.ter!ro'.JsxtorJa;
. . patients invariably pnlM the action of yosr
Caeunia, ; ;V;i ; W W.Travsa, t D.i
; Dar!c2 ny me&cal practice I know ef sereral
ciN 1 joar CulorK -n rreaffTlS! as 3 CKJ
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faatUet wnera tbtrt art cUlldrta.w? - ? -:T
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for cliiUlren u4 tb oalj.eM 1 (h gad ncoav
mtid.n Aau V. Swktuso.'IL'D., .
.:Afj (CcsCase'g frta Pti 1), ..:'-;-
before the appearance of the rah-V "
--TA flew filteraaie Tirua, pathogenic
for rata was reported byt Prot Horj
of the; Unlrertity of Michigan. This
expert described a new. germ so aisat
as to pass through ' the pores of the
most inpermeable of porcelain, filters
and so abundant In the . Infected ani
mal. that one-one billionth part of ; a
drop of blcod was; enough to prodxice
the disease. It is Infections for rata
only, not afectins any other animaia;
vn mice are immnne. It ' is rnot
known how the disease is transmittedT
la xatur and the discoverer does not
regard it as : of . value f w rodent ; ex
termination. . ;'. - - ' ' '-v ' ' - v
' rDr. Peyton ISjuss of the Rockefel
ler anstltite. New; York, described - a
cancer (sarcoma) of chickens that -is
due to an agent which passes through
a poreclain filter. The study of mali
jgiiant growths of lower animals seems
ta offer the only hope of learning any,
thing about this scourge of the-human
race.' r:.-?; , -T' -v
! v-Prof. Adolph Dieudonne of Munich,
Cermany'and Dr, Charles Krumweide
Jr of New York. described methods of
isolating the cholera splrilum, the tot
mer using alkaline blood agarthe lat
ter employing an egg agar medium.
Both methods have certain advantages
but it is doubtful whether either Is
superior to the ordinary alkaline agar
plates-" 'fJ TA v :' w;v. j '
Leprory Discussed. ..
i .Of leprosy he says : "The recent ad
vances in the laboratory investigation
of leprpry camje. in for consideration.
km nij58 Catoa as a fvigi'Sf in ti J Recent, workers have been able to aso-
cMi of cbiidrrn for years past wits moat l??7
effectand faUy eadorae it $ a safe remedy." r'.
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C'hildrch Crr for Flcchor'o Oootoric.
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late and grow several microorganisms-
which appear to be related to. or at
least associated with the disease, but
there seems; to be no agreement lis
to which one is the actual causative
agent" - '-m V . ' 'Vf- i
Study Of ThexMeokworm. : l.
The subject of Hookworm infec
tion came In, for a very exhaustive
discusiouu The mode of " Infection
Vas demonstrated. It was shown that
the eritryonlc worms pafs throusa the
skin of the feeV less often than that
cf.the hinia; end thus gain accei:3 to
the body . Culd3 1 that Anally dercslt
'them - in the intestinal tract wr.ere
eggs are forme i and th-cse pcr3 cat
and ' aziia ready to become embryos
L.and'ir.fsct .tha next ; Individual v. ita
v.Lcm they 'ccme in contact. Ttd
point ;to he especially. empha:lzcJ 13
ftlat the. prevention of the dlsc-'a llss
'in the disposal of the human czcreta
in such, a manner thit It irr.y not
come! in contact with persons.; .
,'Tr.? rpread of plague came in for
ccssiierafcle , discussion but "natains
new was crcuai oui, . niioua em
phasis was pre perly laid on taa fact
tb at the essential point in ccrtallrj
tills disease : was ; the ' . warfare ca
rodents. ; - v
Chci:raC;reai Taken Up. ?v
Th, spread of cholera was ccnsia
ctri a-1 the conclusion reaches tha,t
practically always the disease 13 centered-
by peraons, either cc -:v:':
c.,.:r ta-"3 actually. sla'4, cr t' ::3
who have "entirely recovered tut can-
tinue to dishir3 the ern frc l ,. "
Intestinal tract Co far as preventa
tive r,e,aiure3 - r;3 cne: must -'d:r;en5
uron 'wcterie'rrlaal examlnet!ei pf
rtlei tlzzlz cf p. -runs from. ch:' era in
fected places and cf these we.3 Lete
teen la ccntact with cas3 cf c'.e :ra.
Jit 13 preferaela to enforce. th! c::
linatlcn at ti.3 rert cf enharh: ".: , $n
th?.ca-- r ? r-:: :-a tra"e; tut ' :ra
tala la :.et p:ac:Ic-.!3 It'must Le r.M-
ly crrrled cut at taa destlnatlcn. '
., Ty;-e'.i fever, which 13 rer.e:a:iy
LrQwn 13 the .meat widespread cf the
r.cutV infectious dleeases, w3;rcn::d
crcd.i It was brctht out that In n
trnt years much tad been dene to sup
press i thl3 dlseate In larsa citi:3, tut
tv?re had teen little diminution in the
;r..;r: ccnertur.ties. :-..ine pcint cs
. c ally c: ' '-- Ized.was tha ts tlrrip
'j a r :: ... j as the .introduction cf
pre: r. ""pri.'Ie 3 cr cesspool3 is ctten
j.aUoh to practically eliminate ty
V "A number of reports were tnaie
upQn the use. of killed culture vaccine
in the prevention of typhoid fever.
This measure has been in use a tur
Frisingly" large number of inetacces
end with apparently uniform gead re
suits."-It'arpc2.ra clear chat, ttl pre
ventive inoculation will ordinarily ob
viate an attack and if It falls in Xhis
at - any rate - render the attack , very
mild. -.:;V;v;;''c ; -V1-
: VThe point was emphasized that In
every case of typhoid fever, diphthe
ria, epidemic meningitis, cholera and
dysentery, It Ja mott Important that
the pattern ' be ..not discharged ;;until
scch lime as he Is ahown . to be f ree
from the germs of the disease.
; " "Just ; what to do with : those - who,
while clinically; fully reovered. stii
harbor tfie. ge.rms, is a very difficult
problem that has given special con
cern in relation to typhoid fever.? The
Tery .minlmum 'requirement should be
tt at they be prohitited from any .oc
cupation that v won Id ; brrng ''them 2 In
contact', with : food.'ft. ''r-i 'T---'-. T
Contro I. Of. JUblea..-. 4
: 'The control of rabies is a subject
tr.at has .only a ; theoretical Interest
for us In Hawaii aa the disease does
not exist here and we have every rea
n for believing that the rigid en.
forcement of the order prohibiting the
importation of dogs except under cer
tain restrictions will serve to keep it
cut ; It .Is ;.worth Imentionlns-; however
that other communities. Jets k fortunat?
than this one are encountering seri
tus difficulties In suppressing the ris
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Dr Pratt goes on jta summariz.e oth
er important : problems of health and
sanitation . taken up f He says that in
the disenssion of "venereal disease so
far as concerns artaiea and naives It
seemed clear that the situation Is best
met by frankly recognizing1 that the
rien, will expose themselves and. meas
ures, should be' provided to reduce the
likelihood of 'infection: Tuberculosis
was V . discussed ; : at , some length an I
by many: eminent authorities u; -j-1:
'Dr Pratt reports fully on the work
for sanitationv and .quarantine done at
the; great' congress, ;TbeipolIutipn pf
waterways and sources of water sap-1
ply :w2j Ukca op and the' fact, em-1
phaf Ied- that every safeguard must
be" takei- to "; preserve.' th e purity of
inklnj water; and even of tathlnx
water. Sewage dijpc! was- another
problem tox which much, atteotion was
paid.-, .vt "."..; ;. ' :V -u '
Effect cf. Ciiul .Opentnjellvri ? i
He telli of a paper read by Assist
ant Surgeon-General Leland E. tofer.
wha is weU krowu In Hawaii, on. The
Advance la, : Q-arantlne Mncldent to
the Opening 6f the Panama' Canal
Dr. Cofer pioposea to have all ship'
surgeons: especially trained In sclen
Uac.QuaranJne and to have them act
as sanitary authorities bn,i vessels.
He :suggesta the. formation of an "In
ternational' Sanitary Union" to le
composed of -the great cations that
will use the canal. CThese ' would be
expected to. keep their ports in such
condition that the danger of 'exporting
disease won id be. minimized s s
Docks and wharves. musti be made
rat-proof and so far - as. It ' is ' practi
cable-, the rat-proofing should be ex
tended to the whole of that part of the
port that haa to do with shipping :
The. vicinity of the docks- must be
kept , free . from mosquitoes. If the
whole . port, can be, kept - free from
them, . so much the better, but it is
vitally Important aa. regards the ship
ping. - ' . -J
Vital to- Honolulu, i f:i
"It will be recognized that this is a
subject of. the greatest Importance to
Honolulu. . So long as the present
work of-: mosquito eradication Is kept
up with undiminished eClciency there
la believed to be little or no danger of
the introd.uctlon of yellow fever. With
reference ,o, ourr docks;- however, it
must be admitted J that we are: sadly
deficient. Rat-proof - wharves ' means
those built of iron , and concrete: with
a solid bulkhead that offers no shelter
for rodents.' Nothing' sort cf these
will meet- the sanitary , requirements
of the 'commerce, that will 'coraa.r to
Honolulu "when the Panama cana! l3in
operation," . ; : " V '
V Dr. .Pratt gpes on to tell of work
arnons' the railroads .to "check : tha
spread of disease through the "closets
on cars and the relation of the federal
government to the interstate spread
of diseise He theri.te"3 cf tha prct
lems of human conservation ra'.ce l up,
Including, those, of Industrial crJ cc
cupat'cnal diaeases;'tur.an nutrition,
alcchcllsm,! food prr-en'atlvc3 cf the
harmful variety, rr.e lleal Inerrctlan of
sereeola,: and; ive3 feme, later: atlas
details, of various hr alth. exhilit cars
sent cn tour by states to spread the
doctrines, cf sanitation ;v- ? '
Terrltary Is H::rti.;:' ' l- :: '-'P
'' In ccnciurlarr he caysr .:"';' -
l.'Tt!j tcrritary'8 ccntrituticn to the
exhibit was ;atvery-' creditable expcel
ticn c vrl-t were d:".:j te celv? i-3
special prc'-lenaa we have to deal wit-.
Th mrr:vers-cf 'tha .ttrritery'a de!
ration feel that th?y , tava . c! rriv: i
nuch t ?n z't; from . t avir s ztrzr. .'. : .1
the cc";ree3 and there 13 ro dealt
tut that the .territory Las shav.n tlat
It is vi:ai:y.,lntere-ted in tl3 rre.er.a
cf dieeeea prevent'an end', tueaen ccn
se'rvatiaVty. ten dins rcpre::r.tatlve3
to thar:?etjr-.",- r -t:: ..e- v'-ry-
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Dy eeUhrattl Jspsnsta, art'ats.,
? Wl 1I2D FORT CT, ..-
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n!::::-r c! .Ca
It 13 raarj.nceeeeary that yaulrep
your' , Dot. elif. Liver c-d Ctr-aac
clean, pure and fresh tl t .it u .-.to
Lien the ; sewers tai dr '-3cf a
!arr? city-free from chrtre:t::V '
Ara yo'4 .keejlns-clean In:.:.l3- with
Cascarets -or merely forcing a pea-
se-way. every few days - v,ith salta,
cathartla' pill3 .or.caatar.ca? - Thla i3
Ir.rartant.-' :- - :' ' . ":.--;v-: -;
:-Ca: carets 'immediately cleanes and
regulate tha" tanaach,? remove . th3
sour, -undi-eated and fernaentias feci
and foul gasca; tah3 th3 excess tll3
ffcm ;the liver an I carry out cf the
system . th3'r constipated iwastQ matter
and poison la the Intestines and bow
els. ' ' ' ,' : :y' V;
- NQ oddsr-how badly , and upsec ycu
feel, a Cascaret tonight will Era::ht
en you out ty . morning. - -They n:crk
while you slesp. A 10-cent 1ox frcm
your drussist will -keep your head
clear stomach sweet 'and .your Hirer
and bowels regular for montha. Dcn't
fargstl thar children thtir-little -; in
Eldei.nee4-a:gocd,: gentle cleansins.
earthy. fi:;dsk 1 -
r.C. J. McCarthy, city and county
lreasurerelect, ha? taken i the ' first
store next. the. stairway In-the -Kapio-lanl
building for his ofjjclal .quarters.
is on Alakea street Just , around
the; corner, from Kins: street 'The
front of the Jstorei has .been I parti
tioned off. for the treasurer's private
tf f ice, and the, larger portion beyond
, il be '.fitted up for the clerk and; II
ense collector. ,There. is " ample
pace for the , laborers .In front of.the
eounter - on paydays3, and altogether
the- new treasurer's office will be con
tenient for all ; concerned. Wainscot
In: will 5 replae. the plaster on the
irap next, the entrance.and the Inter
ior will , be eneralry: renovated. 'e'The
rental Is to be 3.month'whIch is
$15; less than has been r paid . to both
jrent and"; Shlngieor:' room in their
own offlcesi. . -T.he .difference will 5 be
applied to. caretakins.of the office'
V-'- :-. " ' V? o '. - " -'-v
h Miss iEsther Erlckson; secretarr of
tdie; Young Women's Christian Asocia
tion, has been, III for then last' few"
days, and,' durin her .' absence her.
place : Is being filled by Miss Tupper,
the' physical director. , - . r - ; '
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I Special rates; for- Island people . t
Pleasanton 7v Hotel" for v all -year,
round. adyertlsement:' ''
Spiles cueo in g ro'uoxYsV
i tQ cure any 'case of , Itching. ' Bund,
I B feeding or Prrtfpd Tpes. inT 6 .fa
? 14 days or money rei uxkied. Made, by j
PAltlS MEDICINE CO. Saint Looiv
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INCUUDlfia CLOT H AMD
, LCATHC.T CIN'Dmat AND
ALL CI2E3. : : r.,
: NOW Is the" time to order. :
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;daysr. and ,if,-not . soldi. will: be
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cause the purchaser cannot at-
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I iW$iW&i: :'l7t ACCICrNT POLICY .
5 ; 525T WEEKLY BENEFIT AS LO;-0 A3 TOTAL CICAZILl
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eehmznt or loss, of cjcht than in ma;;y
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