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SUNDAY DUM.ETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.( SUNDAY, APIUL 13. 1002
INTELLIGENCE Vffl I EWT MIKIf
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Kntlrc new Block of Clio reliable
CLEVELAND CHAIN WHEELS Just
l)ii8 one, with rholeo of Tires, SaddK
No better value ecr offered In Illcy
cles tli mi tills
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd:
r.HLER6' 1SLOCK, I'ORT 8TREET.
Aorangi Comes and Goes
The diudlan-Australliin stcnmshlp
Inrangl, Captnlu Phillips, nrlvcd fioni
Vamouvcr and Victoria )etcrdn) af
ternoon, docking at the Pacific Mall
tbirt ihortl) after 3 o'clork having
lrn sighted off Koko Hrail about 1 3ei
The Aoranul sailed from Viiiuoncr
-at 10 p. in. of the Itli Instant, nnlvlngj
it Victoria at . odock the nevt niorn-
!uc She left Victoria thicc hours lat
tr. Altogether, the Aorangi was ten
lours late on account of having to malt
lor Hie English malls. She made a
joint trip to port, cnj0)lng fair wcitli-
Thursday, at 4 o'clock In the nf-
the Aorangi passed a deep-lad-
- i i adlng northeast.
...ii. - for Honolulu arriving In
V". were as follows: O. Ho-
ad Mrs W C. lleckett. Mrs
- . si. G. II. Smith, Mrs Dm Id
wit,, . m Oorznlatl Thirty -nine pis
Kngcm were bound thiough to the
Colonies. The AornuKl hiouglit the
folio lng freight fur Honolulu 1 4001
larrrls of lime, ZOO drums of codfish
JM Q. ! i Pi M . f
DRAMAS AND COMEDIES
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A house full to the doors gteeted the
:ilcford company nt the Otpheiim last
xlght when this popular organization
presented "The World" for the thlid
time. The play ran smoothly and the
irllsts brought out all Its good points
admirably. 'ery scene and speclalt)
jecelved ptofuse applause. The play for
J.ouday and Tiicsilay evenings of next
ik will bo Dion lloiiccclc mitt's great
itorj of the South. It Is replete with
fa IMP" Pup p Pi "i "t "iB'a" Pa
The Ilrownle camera No. 2 Is a mar
vel, takes a shnip, clean picture aim
icwta only :'.50. Cull and we them nt
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Ootuif & McTlglic, tho liquor deul
rrs, ddlttr orders to nny pait of the
ilty free. Tel, .Main 110.
THEY NEVER GOME BACK
The greatest dlscover for the do
MructloQ of tho greatest of pests
Kills those that tome In and keeps
others from coming.
Every boustkoepei should have a
vample box tougie, no danger Irani
Volsuu. TRy1b0X. PRICE 25c.
HONOLULU DRUG STORE,
or P. O. Box 330.
S. S. SONOMA, APRIL 15,
Nest express steamer to the Coast
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
and 19 cases of merchandise
As soon as the vessel had docked, hei
sailing time was given as 8 o'clock In
the eenlng. To discharge the large
quantity of lime In time required a
great deal of hustling and the Pnclflc
Mall wharf was it bus) place for about
four horns 1 he 1400 battels uf lima
were unloaded In somi thing like tecoril
time, to sa nothing of the Incidental
Items of cat go
A number uf the luemhets of 11
lliiLkft-Itl & Co. were on tho wharf to
greet Mr Itodlck back to Honolulu.
I'romptl) nt S o'clock last evening
the Aorangi stnited to moe uwn from
tho wharf, bound for Sin a. llrlslmuo
Passengers leaving here for the Col
onlis were James .Stewart, .Utiles He
mus and Charles Lehners.
As the latest previous newspaper flics
from the .Mainland were brought by tho
ttansport Sheridan, bearing dates up to
and Including Aptll 1, sceinl days
later news was brought by the Aorangi
which lift Vancouver on the night of
the 4th and Victoria mrl) on tin
morning of tho "tit.
m r p . ft m ru s m tu p ia
strong dramatic situations, good whole.
Borne tomed), a beautiful love story,
negto specialties and un abundance o!
On Wednesdii and Thtiisdu the
well known society loniedy, "The
lt.tnker's Daughttr," and Trlday and
Salurdii) evenings Milton Nobles come
dy success will be piescnted. "Ilettha.
.The Sewing Cllrl. or A .Man of the Peo-
Iplo" will be intruduied cull evening.
Seats arc on sale fot all perfoimanccs.
P.1 P P to i ' - P ' P ' i
Johnstone, I'u Aptll 1 News 1ms
Jitbt readied (his cltv that a man nam
ed Philip Mitchell, and his flvo chil
dren, wele burned to death tonight, In
their house In Pronscr Hollow, a se
cluded settlement about three mllus
from here. Mrs Mltc nell was carried
,u a neiKi11'0'''" houso, very serlouslj
The members of tho famllj had re
tired, with flic- exception of ono son,
who was away In tho house nt the
time, were Mr. nnd Mis. Mitchell, the
chlldt en who wuro but tied, and three
Mrs Mitchell endeavored to save
tho chllilieu, and gathered them In a
mom nbove the kitchen They weifl
frightened, and as fnst as she got them
Into this room, they rnn out l'lnally,
she was eotnptni-O to nbandon her ef
forts to save all of them Mitchell
pel lulled in trvlug lo savo the lives of
his children Mis Mitchell was seri
ously hut tied, but not fatally
The ladles will do well to lead the
advertisement of the N S Sachs Dry
Goods Co on another pngc as there am
man) things of luteiest to them therein
tontnlncd. Aftct lending of the good
things n visit to the state tomonow he
roic the rush begins will be timely
Said That Some Men Did
Manage to Come
GO MRUliGll A BRIDQL
Sailing of Transport Postponed Until
This Morning-Dr. Cofer Says
Men Could Not Get
Contrnrj to plans nnd expectations
the United States Army transport
Sheridan did not get away for Manila
yesterday nfternoon at 4 o'clock, al
though the pilot had been oidcred for
that tlmo and the ship's otllecrB hnd
made nil arrangements for rnlslng her
inudhoolis out of Honolulu's harbor nt
At the last moment, however, It was
found that the vessel could not got
nwn nnd her palling time was lost
poned until 5 o'clock this morning, tho
blue peter, which had been living bo
neat h the vol low ling of quarantine at
the fore all the morning, being low
ered ns soon as this dcelsjon was ar
Tho cabin passengers abonrd tho
Sheridan were only too glnd of tho
opportunity to extend their visit in
Honolulu and many of them were
nshoro last evening, nttendlng the
theater, shopping and taking in varl
mis little social affairs to wnlch they
had been Invited.
Soldiers Anxious for Shore.
The troops aboard the Sheridan
worn very anxious to get ashore lasl
evening It has been pretty hard on
the soldiers, since the Sheridan arriv
ed here to be obliged to gnze nt tho
beauties of Honolulu from the dock of
the vessel or from the narrow co-iflnes
of quarantine Island
Somo of the men aboard expressed
a determination to come ashore last
night. If they had to swim.
Anticipating some such action the
nlllc crs jilac ed n guard nround tho
transport. Sentries were stationed In
boats, charged to permit, no soldlei
from the transport to pass their lines
Two boats were stationed on cither
Mldit of the tranopott In uac li boat
there wero three sentries.
One Man Lands,
Notwithstanding the precautions
taken, however, several men, it Is snld,
managed to get nshnie. One fellow-, n
prcttj good swimmer, lowered hlmsell
Into tho water from the bow of fho
vesscd by moans of the anchor chain
and swam under the nenrest boat con
taining (.entries. He lauded on the Inter-Island
wharf nnd made for trie
lumber jard whcie. according to tho
story on the waterfront, some clothes
had been left foi him by one of the
men who hnd been employed In the
coaling of the transport
The story Is that that the soldier
had arranged with the stevedore to
have some clothes placed in the linn
her Tor him. Othcis ate reported to
have landed nt the Pnelflc Mall wharf
In a shore boat How thev passed tho
sonnies Is not known. The boys nt
the boat landing sny that none of their
boats have eouvejed any soldiers
from the transport since she has been
here Home private smnll-boat Is sup
posed to have been used for the oecn
Dr. Cofer Dentec It.
I)r Cofer, In charge or tho Federal
quarantine service here, wus Informed
b the llullctln last night that it was
reported on tho waterfront that a few
of the soldiers from tho quninutlncd !
transport were coming ashore
"I don't see how such a thing can be
possible " said tho elottcn "Tho ship
Is nllve with sentries and theie am
guards on every hand. Tho only ease
I know of where any of the soldiers nt
tempted to get ashoie was on tho day
that the transpoit arrived. Ono or tho
boys got Into the launch with somo of
tho cabin passengers. He wns dlscov
ereel beforo the launch left the vessel's
side and was Immediate!) sent bade
aboard ship. These reports are lll.el)
to get around on tho waterfront, ovin
when there Is absolutely no foiinilatlon !
In raet for biich stories People on tho
waterfront may have seen some or the
officers, cabin passengers, coming
ashore, nnd mistaken them In the
cfaikness for those who had no light
nshnie 1 do not believe Unit no) of
the holdleis are nshoro.
Soldiers Crash Into Water.
While about two lu.ndicd of the sol
clleis were passing over the pier lend
lug to quarantine Island )csteiday
morning, n length of about twentj
yauls or tho structure gave wny with
a crash, precipitating some lift)' or
sixty men Into the shallow water and
on the coral and sand Whllo thcia
was no ono seriously injuied, so fnr
ns Is known, many or tho boys sustained-painful
cuts and bruises about tho
arms nnd legs, as n result of coming In
contact with tho coral bottom nnd
striking tho bioken Umbers In their
A moro startled lot of mcii could
hardly bo imagined.
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New moon on the Stli at 3.20 a. in.
Tides from tho United States Coast
tnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Tho tides at Kahulul anu lillo occur
about; au hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is lOh 30m
jlowcr than Green wclh time, being
.at of tho meridian of 157.30. The
tlmo whlstlo ..owa at 1:30 p. ra., whlcn
la tho snmo as Greenwich. Oil Otn.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero .
. . .1... If U TlH.lntn.Mnlill.'
a orancu ui cnu u. o. iijuiu(,iui,hi,
omen located In tho Merchants' Ex
change, whnro Is maintained for their
bonoflt rrco or charge, compicio sets
of charts and directions of tho world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
garding lights, dangers to navigation
an dall matters of Interest to ocean
Saturday, April 12.
C-A S S Aotnngl, Phillips, Irom
Vancouver and Victoria, nt 3 p. m,
with passengers and 1100 barrels of
Stmr. Klnnit, Free'inan. from llllo
and way ports, nt 1:30 p. m , with mall,
passengers nnd "2 hogs, (!8 barrels tif
beel. 58 sacks of coffee. 43 satks of
coin, .11 nates or cabbnge, 20 cords of
wood, T bundles of hides, and 11)2 tack
ages of sundrjes.
Stmr. I.ehun, Dennett, from Molokal
Sunday, April U.
Stmr. Clnudlne, Parker, rrom Maul
ports, nt 3 45 a. m.
Stmr. W. O. Ilnll. Thompson, fiom
Kniinl. nt 4 n. in.
U. S. A. T. Sherldnn. Pierce, for
nlln. nt G n. m
From llllo and wuy ports, per stmr
Klnnii, April 12 Itev. Keknwa nnd
valet. Mrs Kekawn and Infant, J Mils
sen, II Moignn. II Hiltnbiirg, ('. Sedg
wick. It. 1". Lange. T. C. Howell. C ('.
Kennedy. Miss I.. U'llhelin, Leongi
Sum, M Iloiightnllliig. W A llurke, C
Gibson, wile- ami son, .Ins,
is. Mi Kee. D.
del, So Young,
nnd Mis. Walters nnd mat
C. Yaknnm. H II Ronton, I. Woods,
P. P. Woods, i: P. Low, Mrs II. Hnlll-'
lehun, A L. Umlsson, 1'. C Kuton C.
II. Wide-man Mrs. C II. Wldemnii and
nialil. Mastei II P. Wldomnn. Mrs V.
Itew easlli", I. Fletcher and "9 deck
April 8-S S nnlerptlse, Miller, 8
dn)s, 21 hours rrom San Franc Iseo
April 'i Am. bk Marlon Chile ott
Nelson, ten Sail Francisco, with lii.GM)
bags Hakalau. 11,131 Pepeekco, 2000
Walakea, TS3T llllo Sugar Co 's sugar
Apill 12 Am ship Helen llu-wer,
Mnhane), fur New York with 10,138
bags siigui ficun nominal nnd Js.i.S 1
bags sugar rrom Onomen Sugar Co.
The bark Santiago, Ingalls, left Sun
Francisco on Match 28th
SUGAR ON HAWAII.
Stigai awaiting shipment on Ilnwall
when the Klnnii left llllo was as fol
lows. Walakea. T.luo, Hawaii Mill
Co. 7.5(10; llllo Sugai Co. It.oOO, One
men Sugar Co. 14.000, Pepeekeo, !,
OOO, Honoiuu. 13.444, Hakalau. 10.000;
Laitpahoi hoe, Nil; Paaiihau, 2,001);
Ilnnokan. 4,ou0, Kukulhacle, 2,000;
The Miiiph) Club gave a very Intel
(.sting piogiam at Its ncadquaitors
last evening Among tho attrnc lions
on the program were piano nnd violin
ssulos, cnkewnlks, sketihes and tho
like, all of which weie veiy much en
Ju)ed by the huge number or people
The songs b) Madam Le lloeuf. Miss
Gin dner and Muster Kills were partic
ular!) well rondei nl, while the three
td'etehos given b) the dramatic dub til
the Club kept the audience in c until!
mil roars ol Inughtei
It might be stutc d that Madame Le
llueiif was at one time n singer In the
Opera Comlquu nt Pints, this account
ing for hoi excellent work of last
night Mastei Fills, although only
about twelve jouih of age. Is an e
relic ut sinner ulieiulj nnd has in him
the making of a gieat singer.
MICHIGAN MINERS OUT.
U...I.. ... Ml. I. I ... II I rtl... . .. II... '
tiuhiiitin .men tn 11 I I lie- nuihci
oi un .MiriiiKuii coui miiieis, oieicieu
seveiiil dii)s ago, atter tlie confcieneo
between the opeintois nnd miners fall
eel lo agree on u scale, began todn)
nud 1100 mlneis aie out In this count).
Almost the same number of men have
null the mines at Day Clt) and In tho
St. Chnilcs District. The Owosso Coal
Company signed tho stale offcied bj
the men. and theirs Is the only mine In
H. W. Foster, Jeweler. 1G8 Hotel St.
MURPHY CLUB HAS j
Amme's Concert Enjoyed
RARE TREAT IS GIVEN
BY FINE LOCAL TALENT
Miss Castle, Mrs, Annis Montagu
Turner, Mrs. Cooper and Mrs.
Yarndley Receive Well
The conceit given in the Oper'V
House Inst night by Mr. J II Amme
the well known local violinist, mi
more successful than any event of It!
kind henrel In Honolulu of late There
bus since Mis. Illshop's departure
been n dearth of musical events nnd
the ono Inst night was u most hipp7
The Opera House contained a fall
niidlenio which In view of t!.e fact
that there were scveiul counter at
tractions must be- snld to be a very
good one. The old funilllcH or the city
and the musical elides were well rep
resented nnd the audience' was more
etithuslnstle than Is generally tho cave
at local conceits. Their enthusiasm
wns well placed.
A Skilled Violinist.
Mr. Ammo showed himself last n'ght
to bo not only a skilled nnd eonsclec
itlous violinist but he fairly surprised
many of his henrcrs by showing forth
n Bcvcral or his numbers n reeling
nnd a magnetism which ho wns not
I gcncrnUy known to possess. Wlih
j his excellent Kuropenn training ho has
acquired a purity or tone and a con
Mn-V,.ntlous care or detail which plac
, lilm above nny or the local vlollnlsU
iTIiIh combined with the real reeling
(which he showed htmseir to bo the
pcisse-ssoi or In his pcrroimnucu hut
night made it evident to his nudleuce
thai this city is now In possession of
n violinist who can and will play dasa
leal music-us It sheiiild be phi) ed with
purity and iiuisi lentloiisness. which
i Inc t Is so nun h mole to be nppree Inled
ins then- has been a good bit or inur-
dcrlng of then- s.uuo e lassies b per
formers who did not understand th
. music- and fur whom the pk-i en -n
nfti-n much too dlllicult,
Mrs. Turner's Rich Vilce.
Mis Aunls Montague Turin i Ik an
obi favorite hcio nnd ns u-eital received
much appluiisc. Her rich nnd mellow
voice combined with her skillful tech
nique still showed the snmo attrac
tions ns It ulwii)s had. Her voice easi
ly filled the house nnd the feeling nud
p.ithoH which she. displa)ed made her
performance it veiy cnjci)ublc one.
'Mis. Ynrndtc) nnd .Miss Castle play
lug the piano neenmpaniments both
leseivii much cicdlt for their pel form
nine Mrs Vanillic)' aicoinp.in)lng
Ml Amine In the Scutate ol Grieg lay
eel with enio nud pieclslon which Miss
Cnbtle's flue and delli ate tone b and
richness of expression are too well
known ami appiec laird to bo com
mi nleil upon. Mis. C II Coopei piny
lug the violin In the tiio with Mr. Am
lie's violin ami Miss Castle's piano
easily showed hoi self to be a flno play
er, and the perfeit hnrniony Into
which the three Instruments blended
111 the rendering or this beautiful pIco
of music gave the audience a chanco
to hem such u lilo ns is seldom lound
among the local tiil-nt
Carefully Chosen Program.
The ptograni was also n souico of
pleasure. It was cniefully chosen, all
hc pieces being classics, and mi) thing
smacking of 111 ew oiks and play to the
lessci lights being eniefiill i llmlimt-
n.l TI... fl...t ..!. n .- ... .....,.-
j v.i i lie iiidi iirii- u puiuieu ui eiieigs
wns well pla)i-d Ml Amnio Biitcvhsfiil
I) luliiglng out the cnlgliiul character
istics which are tho speda! cliaim of
this compose'!- The second movement
wns mi e spec lull) cliuimlng one Tim
rendering of "II Seigno" b) Mrs. Turn
er iccc-lvcd a well deserved nppliuso
This piece wlih piano accompaniment
by Miss Cnstlu and violin obligate) by
Mr Amino wns ver) beautiful ns was
also the encme with which It wns fot
lowed. The two following pieces
plu)cd by Mr. Ammo, an Adagio by
Hies, and a Turantelle b) Hollander,
weio both exceedingly well performed
Mr Amine showing In the Inst ono es
pecially a complete mastery of dell
cute flngcilng nnd finished technique.
Mis Turned 'h second number,
"Knowest Thou the Dear Land'" by
Thomas, Is one ol liei old favorites
nud was rcndcicd In the snmo excel
lent manner ns usual It Is n veiy
beautiful piece although it perhaps Is
excelled by tho plecu by l.ltrtz also on
the- wen lis of (iothoH "Keunst dil das,
wide II pleco by tho way hns
nlso been sung her b) Mrs. Turnoi."
Concert Was a Success.
Upon the whole the concert was a
success and Honolulu can rest easy In
the faith that tlicio now Is hero a vio
linlst who has sufllclent technique to
plu) the classics and who, which Is ns
Important, has lecelvccl n training
which enables him to understand them
nnd bring out all tno rare touches
which arc the.li special ehaim
Have you seen this stock of waists ?
Then you have bought. You couldn't resist this
great array of charming new styles, unless your waist
wants were filled for ail time to come. To those of
you who have not invested we say -visit our base
ment salesroom ; you'll buy or we miss our guess.
What of these few ?
Zephyr .... $2,00
Zophjr shirt waist, fancy
striped soft cuffs, open front or
open back, colors pink, blue nnd
navy, a beautiful vvnlst. Sizes
32 to 40. Prlco $2 00
Mercerized, . . .
Jfercerlzed shirt waists,
latest sleeves and cuffs, open
back, front cither rows or
French Insertion; colors striped,
pink blue lavender. All sizes.
Price .... $2.25
WHITNEY & MARSH, Limited
There will be a special meeting of
Lodge lo Progres do I'Occanlo No. 124
A. S. A S. R., nt tho Masonic Temple
at 2 '30 o'clock p m. Sunday, April 13,
1902, for the purpose of attending tho
funeral of our lato brother, George
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, No.
21, and Lodge Pacific, No. 822, and
visiting brethren arc Invited to at
tend. II) order of tho W. M.
C. O. BOCKUS,
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, APRIL 13, 1003
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Coiifinm (- lili Ucn
i i ui Solr, Tartar Sauk.
Cati.tr un Tut
Diked Faiteni Ila n Cliainpaj;tie Sine?
nict MijtiKiii, iwrmisoc
Muffed 1in i at 4
Cum on Cvi
I'nme 1 ! au Jim Stuffitl uiiiil, TutW
i jntrt) Hjuac
I rth Lobster, laotinalc
V (iii j I c ie in j I'lisllkli Plum PikMiHK
tit.ru J CaUs sms Clurxe Raisins Nuts
t m? v i an. Nolr Ta lutl Tea
Dinner from 5 to 870 ccntrt
WHITE HELP ONLY.
HONOLULU, APRIL 13, IDOi!
MtiliittJii v. Mwttiie a la Mihinkc
to 1 S,i n .n M utre J Hotel
I ton tau ii tal willi ONe
spring CliK ken Saute u U 1. mt ur
CimiK.tr flirtlet I or u la Cunk
StuTed TurU) ithCnuitrr Same
1'riine KiMol I'ttf an jut
AtpataKUi tMtuatafch Mashed INilainin
slit imp Mi) utilise
Mnmti Plan tuanue Straw In rr lie Ciuiii
New I. ulaiiel Hunt I'mMing
II ml ami I'mml) Siuie
merti tn ami Svus ( heese Nuts and RtMm
Citfec 1 tfj an t Milk Alerted Calyc
L I tJ I JUJlXI I I
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday May 17th, 1002, nt 12
tr rn. nor in n t t lw f rnnt nnlrnnfin Af
w.Wv..k ..wv... .. ..w ..w..v W....U....U
tho Judlclar) building, wilt bo sold nt
Public Auction tho leaso of tho land
known as "Knupnl.uea" sltuato in tho
District of llllo, Hawaii. .and contain
Ing an area of 210 acres, a little more
Teuu Flvo years.
Upset Ilental $floo per annum, pay
'.bio semiannually In advance.
Lease to commence from tho l"tb
day of June. 11)02. at which dale pos
ic-sslon of tho land bo given.
For further particulars apply at thv
Public Lands Office, Honolulu
KDWAHD S. IIOVD.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, April 12, 1002.
White Lawn, . . . 1.75
White Lawn shirt waists,
ombroldcred and tucked front,
open back, soft collar and cuffs.
Sizes 32 to 40. Price $1.75
White Lawn, . . . 2.50
Sheer wlilto lawn slilrt
waist, hemstitched, open back,
laco Inserted and hemstitched
fiont, fancy slcoves. Sizes 32 to
40 Price $2-50
For Want Column See Page Six
WANTED A nurso girl to take caro
of 3 months-old baby. Apply 1239
Matlock Avenue. 12s tf.
1 wO COTTAQE8 on VIneynrd St. nr.
Nmianu; six rooms each; patent W.
C. Apply Joaqulm Silva, Klnau St.
opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120 tf
TO LET Large furnished room with
use of kitchen. Other rooms. Fort
St. House, cor. Fort and VIno)ard.
FOR RENT Second story of brlclt
building on Iierctanla street, next
to Progress Illoclc; 15 rooms withal
wash basins in each, connected with
sewer, nnd wired for electric lights;
suitable Tor lodgings; nt $75 per
mouth, on two years' lease. Also
one store in samo building with
basement, nt $73 per month Ad
chess Frank Hustaco, C9 Dcretanla
St. 2120 tf
FOUND A bunch of Keys. Owner can
lmo pa mo by klcntlfjlng samo nt
this office. 12b Ht.
IN CURING BRIGHT'S DIS
EASE AND DIABETES.
Itcforc the business men who took
ovei tho Fulton Compounds Invested
tiicy conducted a careful investigation,
taking nenrly a year to confirm Its
cures and make practical demonstra
tion of Its clllcacy. Scores cf the cures
were studied and dozens of now test
eases wero put on tho treatment. The
final tabulation of tho test cases dis
closed eighty-seven per cent either
cured or progressing toward recoveiy
and thirteen per cent of failures.
Hut even tho failures give hope to
patients, for the reason that tluec
fourths of the failures were due to tho
fact that they had waited too long and
wero on death beds. Kvcn many of
those cases recovered, but tho lnevi
Ciimiiw cii umi tablo lesson for those afflicted with
cither Ilrlght's Disease or Diabetes, Is,
1 As there were only about four per
rent of all cases In which failures wero
recorded and for which no satisfactory
reason cum bo given, tho comforting
conclusion Is that about ninety-five per
cent of all cases are curable when tho
treatment Is taken up promptly. Thus
there Is eveiy assuraneo that when the
Fulton Compounds arc generally
known there will not bo more than
tin eo or four deaths to the hundred In
these hlthcito deadly diseases,
Tho report of the Investigation refer
red to above has been printed and will
bo mailed Ireo on application.
Tho Compounds are harmless and nd-
mliabl) adapted to homo treatment.
Tll IlrBllt's Dlscaso Compound Is
$1.00, aud the Diabetic Compound Is
J1-G0 Diet lists with each bottlo.
' John J Fulton Co , 120 Montgomery
street San Francisco, solo compounder.
MRS. L. S MFSTfTC
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H snlinnl atrt 1 1
A-eut for the Hawaiian Islands.'
First Anniversary Ball
F. O. E.
Will bo Olven In Progress Hall on
MONDAY, APRIL 14th,
Tickets to bo had from members.
Bulletin, T&c oer month.
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