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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, Plat li; 1913.
ilfcRE'S MONEY In tills old world
of ours If you only die it up". , And
the best way to stuff your pock
ets and your safety vault with SI,
000, notes is to get into baseball. At
least one gains jthajt impression . by
reading the newspapers. ' .
First, we find 1 Mrs Helen Brttton,
owner of the St. Louis Cardinals, pay
ing Hoger Bresnabnn, the manager
; she discharged, 420,000. to keep him
fjro going; to ; court. , And Roger was
fyrcarceiy a iree agenttnerehy losing
SMrsJBritton at least 120,000 more,.for
; ho, would hare brought that much on
; the open market before the Chicago
-club. let it be known that it would pay
Brcsnahan $10,000 to sign and , about
- $20,000 for- three years, a- salary of
, - more than $6,000 per year," , - .'-
. - Then coon after that financial shock
r Frank Farrell. the owner of the , New
York Americans, sends to Los Angeled
, for. Frabk Chance, discharged boss of
.... . me Chicago ciao. ana entertains mm
. in the Windy City. .; As a result of Jthat
entertainment Chance is to lead the
. " Yankees next season and the two that
follows His yearly stipend Is, said to
be . the insignificant sum of $25,000,
while percentage Of the receipts will
; bring him ahdneotne for the three sea
: sons of $120,000 in all. ' - r
' In Philadelphia recenily Will Locke,
; ' secretary; of the Pittsburg club, closed
a deal by which be became .president
and controlling stockholder of the
Jf'MUies. It cost Locke close to $400,
TU0 to swing that deal.? ; i;:Vvi
; i Ty Cobb, greatest player of the
'age, Is "afflicted ) with '."holdbutitis.'
t While, Tyrus .refuses to mention, the
exact sva he dechnds .for batting
ovcrOO; it Is said to be $15,000 pet
year, "or $4,000" for three seasons'. And
the GeoVgla . Peach desires -.a' ,'three
. year -contract when he Eigns.- r :
The feverls upon ibern, and Cobb U
only jDpe of maay, major and minor
league baseball players who are de
' manding big salaries, .Connie Mack
and .-WIIV Locke showed! evidence ' of
i' wisdont which has been lacking In
. : other btseball circles . when they cut
ed that less noise . should be , made
about the Immense sums paid to man
- cgers and players.. For, after all, is it
net quite possible that much of It Is
press agent stuff?. .; - ; - tJ . '
Americans have become accustomed
to reading about the millions ' which
arc "ent for railroad Ekrscrspers
and other, big flrcrc'al inTcstr.cnts,
L"t J i rrrt of shocks 1:3 wren -we read
rts. tf.at arrangements tave tc i t:.xde for
J -nearly $1,000,000 to change hands jn
;Dur r.ajor' leasee L:.
rno w-eck. Ar1 frr!r t.
r:.o;:GOL(A au ,yid:j
1;; tv;o lights
ST. PETCRSBUKG. Jan. 14. ' The
rcn.i-official. Rossija Jn, connecting
ca tue recfFtion or me urea ceica
ticn cf the Hutuktu Eays their, mission
to obtain autonomy fcr .lTonsolla Vis
entirely on . Mongolia's initiative 'and
only to feid the Mongols in their SIs
- tress has Russia cense n ted to grant
. . their request , Russia, . the ... Rossija
Stays, is resicy to.tesctiate.wlth China
... over the Mongolian Question and topes
that. Russia may maintain good neigh
. . borly relations with ..the celestial em
rire. - ; -; ; :
PEKIXi Jank r 14. China has un
masked Russian hypocrisy ty publish
-og In the1 Peking crilcial a:ett the
;ncndment ,to the Mc-olia ; treaty
which guarantees Russian free trade
for exports ani imports, the establish
ment of Russian hypothecary banks,
the abolishing bf Cainese 'commercial
rights arid.'monopolie&, the , right',, fof
Russians to own. rtal property, ; min
ing concessions. t6 Russians, also tim
, ber rights, ..Russian, extraterritorial
. : rights for its Industries, Russlah, part
and mixed, courts com posed of Rfcsslan
consuls and Mongols in all civil mar
ters. ; :.- : r ;: ; j
Anna( Emrock was burned to death
, r nd slx persons were seriously injured
in & fire which destroyed the plantof
the T..G. Riordan Manufacturing com
pany's plant at Chicago.
Three girls Jump?d from, the .fifth
foor of the burning factory, building
of the Burdell Sweat Pad company. a,t
IV lumbus, Om Into the Scioto river and
them swam to shore and tafety. ;
Both as buyer and seller the United
States during 1912 broke all its -previous
records, the exports nd Imports
together making a volume of business
of more than four billions of dollars.
. , Smuggled , diamonds -. Worth J more
than $20,000;, government. agents say;
were found in a package received from
7 Amst erdam, Holland, py Nathan Croon,
a New. York diamorri dealer., ; r
: ' ' cstaswishco - .-; .. r ;
jHwrft-'in arJwa .p- f
.Scoa w port! for dcf!rtit bcJclet
ALL DRUCOSTS. .;.
cptte Tknat Tslk.f
for tfec Irritatad ibroau ,
They art iip!e. dlfrt
ire and MKitcptre. ' Of '
j oar iratt'Mt fwKR" .
V 10c ia atampa. - ;
Yap-CrcoleM C.- .
C2Crt!.at St.. K.T.
1 V '
I . Ad ""1111. Tir 7. i r.
DUUwaatuo uu iicfiunKanie in i ne iioer.
V. c. a. bowling league :'h
' , P. W. U Pet
B, B. C. Co.
Rkpid Transit . , . , .
t TiJ"Bnmawlck-Ba!kea ; had r their
rolling clothes on last tiigbL and .took
two Odt of three from the , Cosmos
without much trouble. They' won the'
first and third tams by bin marains.
but .dropped the middle -string by; 5
Th v scofes:
c; Co: -
Milton -.-'.,'. .
IL E. Scott . :
Hobcrts . ......
775 -ji&l 828. 2339
Cosmos Y- ; -s
Jones , v1
i ml.! I
93 ;i 125; 142.: 370
7. 1ST : 355
Aiucnou . .
H, White . ..;;va87 :202 145 534
Barter v ....i.. 144 15G 143 " 445
' " ' .' i r 1 rr "1 ' " i t u
h. :j :-.';-.'-:6S4 790, 712 .'2185
j"WelL" w nlY - flsnred -on takise
two out of ! three.-FrankUn.' y .
'It all depends' on bow youlihe' op
yotir, players, how they will bowU:; I
think I have .the right combination.'
ItobertB. : ; ) 4 ..;"
" Do yon think - you ' wijl . make . the
rr-team, Haney r.v; Taw r. - ' ;
T think these are mt most con
sistent games In the - league. Ather
ton.- . ; ' r; .T v:VrY v
For the. Brticswlcksl -ftoberts bad
hlh average, 172. and Hilton" bad
tiohtc: re, -212.1
Heury.Whlte had both; high score
and average for the Cosmos,-' 202 and
i -.. " t . " ' . ' . -
' Toii.:U.Ieis vkllleilails
M T" rp r - Tr;
:r- v v--,-''. .:';' . .-t ';: ' - : ' .. .
. In speaking of athletes being prof es
fie coast record-holder in track events,
and, since' retiring from -active work,
prominently connected with amateur
attics on" the coasL tells aa Inter-
esting torr of tow Ovfe Overall near -
ly! became professionalised just bdec
tering oollege, where 3erTecamc', fa
mous in athletics, says the 8an Fran
clsco Chronicle. - i V; ' V '-4st-Tefore
taking ' up . his : work i as ?:a
member of the faculty of the Xo well
High School, where he now It, Koch
was principal of one .of the Ban Joa
quin valley high schools where overall
attended. ; As Koch ays: vOterall'li
pitching was" very ; mtlp h in demand,
and only When the town team was in
danger of losing Its prestige , in the
valley league did Ovle consent ' to play
with the nine, aTter be Taad refused all
other a inducements , in ? the - way ' of
moneyi, ; The point, is that Overall was
a. pure amateur at heart, atid only the
love -of his borne - town could r Induce
him to play with the team. - The rules
of. the; Pacific Association on profes
sionalism should be judged by Intent,
rather than the , letter. " s :: I
.This ls.4he story I told the regis
tration committee of the Pacific As
sociation when Overall was some time
later brought up; on the charge of be
ing a professional baseball player. 1 It
seems that .Stanford wanted hi ser
vices in the worst.way '. 3o much so,
in: fact,' that fee .Was measured for a
suit before lie had consented to go t6
the PAlo Alto college.' , It so happened
that Overall Went to the University of
California : at tbe ' Instigation Qf his
father, Stanford' almost-;. at V once
I brought .charges of ; professionalism
I l 4 A. J it - . . L . .. .1 1
he bad played baseball with a profes
aicnalteam."'. -."if o.-, ' vJ-
:;Tbe committee, however, dismissed
the charge,' as it should have done,
and saved oneAof the, coast's most fa
mous football .and baseball .stars from
being nipped in the btid; : ' v -
JI0TI1EES SHOULD BlenxtmiTeB
We: wten' to call ' your, attention to
the tact that most Infectious diseases
such .as whooping cough, diphtheria
And scarlet teverre contract ed when
the. calW- has a coM.-? Chamberlain's
Cough 'Remedy, will Quickly -cure ; a
cold and greatly lessen' the danger pf
contractina these diseases. Tbls rem
edy Is famous for its cures of .colJt
contains no .opium or other narcotic
and" inaybe given to a child with 10
THcIt: confidence.: For sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smftb ,A Co," Ltfl4
agents for HawaiL advertisement. '1
'S fhr, V'-sfff-i'fS' "si"-4 t ' tf
:NJy ) ;
ThQpgh baseball ; was not . played in
America until .';the f ortlesarchaeolo
gists bave; pTqred , that; the sport .was
in vogue at a. far earlier date, and wis
even popdlarVln classic times.vVAmottg
tberecent finds at Pompelf , ii; a tablet
u pbn .whlcb.ls an.Inscriplton eiebraii
Inglhe opening of 'the season"- In'.tne
Tiber. League totw'hj.cKhe'fistcst
tjeaas in: the City of Rome belonged-.
The, following brief account of 'the 'ex
citing, event, which his been unearth-
ed y scl ntisU,! shown :dn4he;CabJ
n rnrt rv vm;i'' -a -"
" This evening . atvlfl o'clock, the ,.Y.
Itb - w:ho .tegl8tere(1 la Y
basketball league..This affair will .be
strictly : Informal and is solery' for the
purpose of binding the men together
in their social relations and every man
who attends ought J to have an enjoy
alle time and also' a profitable onel
The. trophy whlcll Waa. won by'the 11
Stars will be presented by. Dt,'W. C,
Hobdy to , the captain .Of the' team." Mr.
Robert' Andersdn member ;of;;tbe
physical committee, will give ,a . talk
along. tie line ;of sports and sports-
'. 2 t J )Pi;
: Scnofleld Barracks Is strong for golf
ana the1 gamer '$$:tij&wj6r a big
bcm-In theVjiear LutDre.In spite o"
the Xactihatineairy ttXjthe playing
nembership of .the club went with the
Second Infantry, to" Shafter. The in
f nfitry golf- course- is to be improved,
tyj tbe addition t;.of serera! . bunkera;
tnd the greens .are. getting ilto fair
shspe. . v;--1 .;--v-: v.. s;.,t
' Tho Infantry Golf CJuJti has'lu st beLj
an election of officers. Colonel George
K. McGunnpglev Pint Infantry being
elected to tbe presidency. Colonel Mo
r.unnegl? Is a keen sportsmaa. ,'' 1
I-oit golf er4 welcomed . bim oyuslyi to
t be. ranks ;of the converts. ; He ;aas al
retdytaken Tip the matter "t?f :our8?
Improvements, : land, results arp prom
ised. Lieutenant ELS S. Snow was elacV
J ed 'secretary .and' .treasurer, and ..the
job of chairman of the gren commit
tee was also wished on him. Ueuten
nt Snow Is one' of the best players in
tbO post.antt being an enthusiast, he is
giving mnch of bis time to making. a
real golf courset at Schofieid BarraVa.
Tho" club now hao twenty-flve active
r lumbers. . . - ' ' -,; -
r "Peggy" Pbrtirp daughter of O.
Henry, and like him" literary and ,wit
tyhas taken a . atelier in Paris with
Miss t Violet Irwinand says she will
not j return Jo America Tnntil she' has
achieved something 4 worth while. ' in
the ' short ' story line. - sx v
let ; above,' and describes .the climax
of- what must have .been a wonderful
contest: "Julius Caesar; .ciptaln; and
catcher of the ; Aventlne, jsnde'ared
himseli to the heart tt : t h chivalry
aid beaaty of our, ancient ajiH. honor
able city yesterday Wheif, tec plugged
A gorgeous' botnejtm eretr center
TfgTST. Vairrat -Cotfteuja XTgroundsT
CriTjhg JnTthree speedy runhers ahead
o "him,; and won. the1 game ) for the
Aventines by the cloBe score of 100 to
991?; Caesar's ; feat effiao at ah6ppJN
... . .... . . ... . y-
tune time,-as .therp were tb ')ne;6auoi';,the"gme t would. v no"j have -.Ie9i
In the, ninth, inning b?f .-be ut loosd JcloifC i:ai,i)ij9WTJ: iiitoi. ihftUi&i
;Why . are inore baseball Dlavers. in
jured and incapacitaied for.duty .now
than twenty or even ted years ago? '
-Academically the answer might be,
Because there are jnore players. - ,
; But the point ia hat a greater per.
centage of players are, hart than for
merly. . The answer, from an analysis
ot conditions,1, would ' seem to "bfe. Be
cause of a faster game and more scf
, entificiplay.; - " rtj'r. ili'
First and primaHly there aVo more
dose plays on the diamond.1-That ne
cessitates greater speed, players' in
their desire to win take more chances,
arid ; pitchers employ more ' Speed .and
sharper curves, which, they often are
unable to control AIL- thist tends to
Now. that: the basket' ball, season is
over the physical, department of the
Y.? M.- C. A.is starting other activities.
To give the men a breatbing.spaee' be-!
Kre the' regular Indoor baseball games
Mginihe physical, directors are pro
routing a hand ball tournament which
should prove. "interesting before long;
A handsome trophy will be given 'to
the .man - who comes out victorioas in
this tournament and fifteen have, aK
ready signed- up and will begin .at
Once Jto play off matches. ; . There Is
still & chance for many more to enter
ine tournament and make it still, more
interesting J and competition more,
keen ' The event Is in charge of . As
eif.tant Physical Director W. L, John
'The proposed legislative InveBti
tion of the election of John W. Weeks,
lepoblican, to the United States'sen-'
tte, will noit be made. The bouse com
mittee on rules reported adversely.
. Provision for a cloted time on bull
moose 'In Mainfe'fpr a period - or four
X-ars from. Oct. 15, 1913 s mide invan
act presented Aq the legislature by.
Representative Jiatblesdn of Range-
Tor IiiiiiU kad Cilirea' '.
IhifUl Yea DntezpC:
with .'his vwalibn. :. Mark - Anthony, had
pitched ' ! grand ball 1 up. to, the rcruciaj
moment; only v' 96 rruns Jin ;the -first
eight, innings Un Vtho; ninth -Innlr:
after- two, were gbne,:3ie , caught. sisht
of Cleopdtra ' la . M box.; nUho third,
bdse side, and ber beauty -dazzled bimj
le vpasse.d onjjeyjCas'si' ja4 -Lut'
cullus, Jn. succession..' and -all, three
r6m.ped In "ahtA of Saesar, ;hen Jula
pokedtho pellet liuo thtiber-IUver,
Sclpio umpired a horrible gamey f aver
ingtheSevea Hills at every. .chance,
'Hiiitoni ti vfe Ischdois 'ti
crtoWi in iortctbre
Joints for Cbrnelf CiipM ore
'Internist Than Lasf Yearvi
- Tomorrow is the day of the big. cross-:
country- run? T?ie tinai pre pafattons
nave oeen raaae, xner. course nas. ueeu
decided 'Upon, and all that Is .to, be
done now is to ntn." DrAndrews and
Mr.' "Hunn, of , the"r Honolulu ; Cornell
Club, who were appointed as a; com
mittee to .choose the "? course, have
handed! n.thelr -decision, " and this afc
temoo the teatns Xrpm 'the ; schools
thht will participate' were shown over
thB LcoufseThelTtm - Starts: .from
r - if . M i i . if ,- M a - to r 1 I . 1 a m m .
Alexander . Field, Punahonv and fin-? The captain of the :.Punahou .team Is
ishes. at- the same. 'place, contestants VLwrence Cay 1 and iho seven;; other
passing within sight of thofield twice. runners arc as -follows: John Watt,
The runners . will also pass around Gordon Browne : Johnny OTtowda,
Rocky; Hill and by Panahl Hln on the' Henry White, Bertram Taylor, Dewit
Pdnahou grounds.. - Then approximate AIexanders.and ; Farrant Turner. -; All
distance is miles. The race will eight: are good ""runners and ; have
start at 4;30. TV ; " "i mtyi 1 spent much time and work in: train
- The tfis-cOuntry run is being held ing for the' - coming run. ; Punahou
Utider ' the : auspices of-the CorneU' wants trtm Kamehameha this year
ClUb of Honolulu this tear, and polnU' arid :Kamehamehav.is equally anxious
made in the run are' to be counted In . to put,afaOther one over, on Punahou.
with those gained Iff the Cornell Club!' The; greatest competition in ,the run
tragic meet which takes fjie place of seems to be between Jhese two schools
tie nterseboJastic track meet Thus j antl both are ready to make a hard
points made in hecToss-cbuhtry count fight ;
fotthe team competing tor the Cornell ' Mills, 'JersaUey and St. Lonis are
cup jrfhlch is offered to: the, schools turning . out fine : teams,, and there Is
taking 'part In the : Cornell meet "As no doubt but that' something wU be
the "Cornell Club is. offering the cup .beard from all three. .Good turnouts
thi8k.yearIt was decided-, to . turn the were held and there was much good
meet and- the" croas-coontry over ;- to material to choose from. .This Is
that - organization and bave i run un-,M His' first year in cross-country or
der' Corneli aushfcesiV-V ''" ' v - "track events of .anykind and the
: The five; schools 'of the athlejtie stsdents are anxious to make a good
umt,art in taTt nart in5 the cross- shbwine. A large turnout was held
country: Punahou, Kamehameha, Mc-
Kinley, Mills and St Louis. Each,
school is to enter , a . team of eight
men' and - at least four men have to and have good teams. v
finish the run if any iscore Is to bl Last year the crosscountry,' though
counted for the schooL All the schools considered quite T, an r " event, did not
entered- have . been practicing hard -create half the Interest that it. la do
and the run is certain to be close and ing this year. The run is Ito ber over
excIUng," The first man In is to score a ItypicaV croswou
lone point for his school, the second
mwi iwu yviui uiu ev uu, uie t5wi
jthat. has the smallest , number of
pvuuvs uciug iue wjujier. iin iwrij
runners entered In the race tnere la
going to be some hard fighting lor
places. , , - . - j cultiesand! Obstacles -totbe runner,
Punahou was defeated, by Kameha- bijt it isvittucW easier jo'n; the feet1 than
ineha in . the crcs-country last year, running on a hard jpaved streetf Tae
but -this year Oahu hopes to square course Will ' 'start and : finish . from
things and the v competition between Alexander Field luhahou and spec
these two schoola .will Jte iive'y tators stationed; there' will see the
Punahou has a : splendid - team -this.. mostJmportant and interesting parts
year and has spent much work "on! it !of the run.- - i i
. .... . . - 1 , r -. ' .
cage. Immediately after, .the "contest,
Cicero's coaching was a big feature
tf $ht sporL The ;AvenUnes weret n-
tertainea -attea i alter, tee game oy
tijer v estal virgins, wno attenaei in a
body, - J, Caesar,: of ccurss.'waa' the
ntro cr tne tour. f.. it-was announcea
yeter(ay.thap the. Tiber" League cbam-
iJ take a trip to' Egypt after
the" local' series U over, Captain Ra
ines: 3, cf Ine, Nile Overflows .boasts
that he Will" skin1 Caesar's '..bunch to
a Tare-ye-w?sll,but';.JuIe wilL present
' to '.l
str?nest line-up and win ' be hard
U f 0 r . i ' .- V f ... - i
Mills and a . promising team 'has
been picked. St Louis and the High
acnooi nave also feen practicing hard
last yeafi the' boys had ito". pad along i
j ausiyrcaa in tne not sun irora vyat-
kikl to the- Higb School This year,
noweveTfc toe cosrso will to ;'. OTer 1
I J " in I, A .1 I
fences.' throoih the. cambtis and ronifcians who have obstinate cases . and
and down hilL.: K oresents more St fir
Competitions Tomorrow at th3
Castla Tanks Promis: Cost of
. Sport Some Fast Mermaids
r Have Been Davelcpcd ' and
Good Records Expected ; v v
' The; members i of tbii; swimming
classes of the Young Women's Christ.
ian Association will bold a water.
festival at the CasUeanks Walklki.
tomorrow afternoon beginning at thre ;
o'clock. The affair will be under the
direction i of Miss -.Margaret Christy
Tbpper, physical directress of tho as;
sociatlon. . j;
Interest' in these swimming classes
has been growing steadily since they
were organized by Miss Turper, and
already a large number of girls havo
availed themselves of the opportunity -to
learn the' art The Castle UrAs ;
which have; been secured by the as-
soclatloa,' have, proved to be ar iieal
place In which to hold the cii:-ci.
They are well lighted and, there aro
a number of;spacious dressing rccms.
The program for the festival t
morrow afternoon is a little out cf
the ordinary, ' for not only will thcrx.
be races and the other event3 vh;c?i
go. to make up a swimming meet tut '
there -: will - also be . exhibition swi
ming, fancy diving, .methoIs cf track
ing swimming, methods of life ravlr.j.
and various, other evc:3 At:: era
both amusing and interestir j. Tl a
meeting wllj b coranencei at thrta-.-'
o'clock, and a large atter.r.ca h r
tlclpatcd cn account of yth a fact tl;t
each member ha3 been givea two i.
vitations for ': their friend. Ts
Homestead orchestra, which ha3 Lea
lately : organized, , will render several
selections fcefore the first eveut i3
called. ' v i':-: ; " .
The events will bo under th? direc
tion" of MiS;Topjer who 'will hi. 3
several assistants to act aj tir.:cr3 cr 1
starters. Confortatla. eeai3 vT.l la
arranged for the visiters zzl f:'.:; v-
ne the meet . refreshments -wi. I la
served and the orchestra will r'y.
According to the schedule whici h-i
teen arranged by Miss Mar-aret U ,
Tupper, physical directress cf tic r
sociatlori, there will to thirty tl : .. 3
events which are -as !fc!lDW3:-
1. ; Method of teaching s .vi:u.-ulzj.
Breast, stroke Senl-rs. '
Breast stroke Jnr.!?rs. ;
Side stroke, 'spec lZ.-::3.
Race.vslde strcks J-"l.:3.
!:'? zTr:Q for-l?rr.h cf c'.rc':3.
.7.. Side s.troke;with c-a ar:.i u-i.r
water, ,;., , ..J.-. v:;:..
v8. ...Floating jon .r "-r .3. '
' 9.' Flcatinj; cn face J-.:!::3.
ltf, ' Floating en back :..: . -3.
li. .Flcatiron 'tick J--; 3.
&t . Float!.-?.; Eras: Ir.jtr k : j. - ;
13.; Dc i.".n's-; float Lx;.ar.atr.i.
14. $ FIc..::. i cn tack, circle fcrr
tlon-ijunlirs.- 4 :
. 15. Tub race.'. 1 :. , k ' . . -
.161 nzcdi trcizeon stroke EerJ ;r 3.
i 17i vKatie, trudcon stroke Jur.:;;'3,
lt ' Diving' exhibition. , .' .
20. Dive, swim' under 5 water, czi
float on face , v, ; . ;
2L ; Game, of tag Juniors. ' "
22. Crawl strike. tUcse ccntect to
win'a'race.J ; ' r '- ' ' v , '.
' 23: ,' Swim oa back.' not area.
Used by llf4. savers.), " ' ':
24. Swimralogf tindef 'water. ' ; '
.25.-Marching bti the wattr. r .
25i : ScrHing on side ' with . fe v U : . :'"'
27. f Sculling on chest j , .r; ';
28. Sculling on back. ' :-'u..
50. .. Front', somersault ; -v : '. ..'', '.''
. SI. t. Back somersault -LS2.
Hfjighted torch race.
3. Maxe race. (Two teams, six
mtmbersto.a team.) ? '; ') ' :'
v t. cj 1 " " " ' ' ' ; - . -
rm aa a -a
laeas or ine proDaDinues unaer : t ai-,
ton's Renal Compound In Bright' anl
kidney, disease: ;T; v -- v ; '-,C
iVhere patients, are seriously wealr
ened and crises are expected, probably
not more than ten: to twenty per cent '.
respond. where physicians - ail by
holding tip the. heart. Increasing : the
eliminations, etc the eficiency can
be Increased. In cases where patients
bave- from thirty, to sixty days of life ;
we look for correspondingly better re-;:
SUltS. - .- " r---v.v- Jv . v .- ; ' ' ?;
Where patients do not walt until
bedridden and take the treatment on
the appearance of the disease It is. our
belief that most cases : respond with ,
final recovery or prolongation orilfs. .
Albumen casts and ' dropsy do' not :
prevent; recovery, provided .the renaL
inflammation is attacked before ' ihe-
heart and recuperative powers are 'too
greatly 'weakened.".. 1 t?te.?:X-?J-v
Fulton's Renal " Compound iaf " us ed T
both, with and without physicians' pre-;
scriptlons." The' motive of the Renal
Cordpound being to relax the, kidney
(the Old School having nothing to re
duce Inflamed kidneys) It will be seen "
that the; heart, eliminative and' tonic '
treatment - usually,, prescribed lr
Bright's and kidney disease do f not
conflict .but. are often required In ex
treme cases. It can be had at Hono
lulu Drug Co. . ', ' y-'r '
Ask for pamphlet or.jwTite John J.
Fulton Company, Sam - Francisco, Cat.
nVe invite correspondence with physic
nesire paiienis not jmproTin; iaw tairn
week to write us.
It is laid that the Americanized:
Montenegrins who returned home tp
tight the.Turks have so 'Inspired the
country with republican sentiments
that it Is doubtful , if Prince Danllo
best known as the hero of "The ?Ierry
Widow will ever asc tv '