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EVBNtNCJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It.. THURSDAY. OCT. 18. 1UUG.
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Degree.
Aloha Temple Regular
7:30 p. in.
AH vtsItlDK members of (lis
order are cordially United to nt
tend meetings u( local lodges.
HARMONY LODGl fjo. 1, I. O. 0. F.
AUets every Monday evening at 7:30
In I. O. O I Han, Tort atrwL
K II. III2M)KY. Sw rotary
, n Imi'ti'l V 1
All vUlthg bro'hem very cordially ;
MYfillC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt '
7:Su o'clock In K. of P. tlnll, K'tir '
atreet. Visiting brothers cotdlnlly In
vltiM to atlcmt.
O.J. WIIITr.HKAD. C.C.
K. WALIMON, K.ll.8.
OAHU LODOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday ttventrg at
K. 1". Hall, KIiir atreet, nt 7:S0. Mem
bera of Myatlo LotUc. No. I, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothem cordially Invited.
A. I). IIOND. C. 0.
A. 8. KKNWAY. K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, . P. O. E.
Hanolulii 1-o.Iro No. 16, n. P. O. H..
will meet In their hall, on Miller
and llerctanla, streets, every Friday
Ily order of tho K. It.
IIAnilY H. SIMPSON,
II. C MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.ef P.
Meeta every Saturday evening at
7:40 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
tf.reet. Visiting brothers cordially In
vlt to attend.
M. M JOHNSON, C.C.
K. A. JACOUSON. K.R.rl.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Uoets on the 2nd ami 4th WKDNI2S
I.'AY evenings of each month at 7:30
tc!ock In K. of P. Hall, King treL
Milling Kaiilcj arc Invited tr at
nAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Hocy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. PI. M.
Meet every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. 0. F.
Visiting brother! cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. of R.
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. SC3, Y. M. I.
MertH overy arcnml and fourth Wed'
nehday of each month at San Antonio
Hall. YlxltliiK Mot lieu cordially In
vlted to atK'iid
T. I" MeTinilK. Prna.
i: V TOni). Secy.
A Superior Light to all othcra.
Aceytlene G.? Is superior In quality,
and cheapness radiates lets heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
affect on the eves.
For .jrther particulars Inqulrs t
Also Calc'um CarKds of all sites. In
drums and small cans, for Genorators
and Automobile Lamps and all atzes
and gradea of Gas Mantles and Cas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manaoer.
Telephone Main 146. 143 Merchant St.
That's the chief thing to be secured
when you buy a delivery wagon.
Correctly constructed so that It is
the most convenient vehicle (or the
purpose it was built.
That's the way we build them Tell
us how you want yours we'll build It
that way and at the right price, too,
27 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P, O. BOX 103,
C, W, ZEIGLER Manager
lllrnk lio'il.s of nil aorta, loilucm
dr., iiiitniifat'tuti'il hy ( lis llullnlln Pub
i 1 i
I ,. WMftky I
P'-TITT - -
Niti Hota tou'
Choosing p.ilnt r.hnutd be n matter
of careful consideration.
After examining the merits of the
several kinds you will he almoat cer
tain to order W P. rULLCR'S
IT IS DCOT TOR ALL PRACTICAL
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING ST.
For Over 60 Years
hni fcen nwd Ur over rtlXTtf
Lit r ivi
YKA14H hV MILUUNH Of nnm
lS'll. with twrfpl t tucccM. IT
f hUUTIIKH tbocjian, SOlTHNa
1 CURES WINIi COMC nnJ U tlie
2J. or i7ruaLruiB iu evrrv Dart 01 ino
world, lto sura and sk for Mri.
Vinftkiw'it fvootblnrf UyrupnnJ take
no omir Jkiiia. vuut wtu-
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192.
Lord and Belser,
Sewers, Grading, Saving, Teaming,
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO 8T8.
NEW FALL MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your clothea pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Atakea Street.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MR9. J. A. RODANET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET,
O. FAR I A
FINE 8UITS FROM (IB UP,
mads In up-to-date
hotel opp, dishop rr.
I H", to DitriUM'iZill
One man and a Bulletin Want ad.
will sell a house while another man
Is wondering whether an ad. will pay.
The Globe sells It stieaper.
Autos for hire at Ter. Stable. "
Your grocer selU I'ol Ilreakfast Pood.
II J. Spllnor Is In town from Kalut
hit. .Mils I'nimll nrrhed from llatm to
day. I'lio Alameda Is duo tomorrow with
one day's mall
tlckt cup of toffee In the city. New
Dr. I'. 12. B.tfcjcr nrrhed this morn
ing from Kahiilul.
12. (1 Clarke nrrhed from illlo this
liiornliif; on the Claudlne
.1. Kliktaild i'ii mo In from Kahulul
this uionilni: on tlin Claudlne.
Mm. l'ascal nnd Ihiee ihlldrrn ar
rived tlhs niornltiR from Uiliiilna
J M Tucker wai nn nrrhnl on the
Cl.itidlnn this morning from Knliulul.
I'rlmo beer tomiuers thirst. It ll
pme, npiietlzlng and siitlcfjlng, Iry
.li K'll.inia nnd Miss 12. Kalamn
came from liana today on tho Claud.
Neatly futnWicd rooms nt the Pop
tilnr. $1, J1.D0 nnd U for week. 1243
UerBitrom Music Co. cordially In
vite )ou to hear tho Pianola perforin
at their store.
Honolulu riioti-Huii1y Co. have tc
eelved u blu new stock of kodaks nnd
films of cveiy size.
lllom'ti bJrualmi this week In ladle;'
skltlo, Jacktts and long (o.ita nro woith
(.oinlni; to town fur.
If J on wnnt the bent Groceries lliu
market affords it I low prlies tly J. .M
Levy K: Co. Phone -Main 119.
'lbe suit of Maty lu.iahml vs
Cli.irlea Iwaalatil for dhnrco was en-
teted III the Clicult Comt yesterday.
Adelaide ItHlorl, the famous actress,
who died a few- days nr. was hero In
IsTO and was vnlertaliad by Klur- Ka
lakaua While P. A. Dins Is nway from the
Islands John P. Dlas has full power ot
bttotney to act In all buslnesa matter
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs trco from
rust and purflfles rain water. Olve It
a trial and bo convinced. California
Feed Co., agents.
Ordinary cow'g milk In thin climate
Is often n dangerous food for Itifnnts.
Doctors recommend llordcn'a I2aglc
llrand Condensed milk.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned by V. C.
Ilerglu. Accommodation, supplies
and attendants absolutely first class.
Finest hathlmr on tho beach.
Uovcrnor Carter tan uuw run Ills
nutonll by hlmxelf. lie has taken the
leoulred examination nnd received u
llcenso from 12xamlncr Wilder.
A nulcl; nnd nnlltfylng lunch nerved
with a rold glass of beer for Mo nt the
Crllerlou, corner Hotel and Ucthel
Urecta, C. .1. McCarthy, proprietor.
The Woman's 12xchnUKe do puhllu
I) pew riling at 10 tenls ier iago In
Fte.ul ot 10 ccuttt per lino as wns ml
ertlod through an erior In their nd
Vlco Consul Matxiih.ira nnd ('iiptiiln
Ilin.ifusa of tho Anngawn went to call
on the (ioternor )exlerd.iy iillcriionii,
lint failed to llnd him. They wero en
tertained by Chief Ckrk lliicklaud.
lteiuomber a delicious dinner at the
popular price of ono dollar Is scrod
every ovcnlng on the great seml-clr-
tular lunul of tho Seaside Hotel. licit
tnluo for tho money and coolest pinto
In town to (Una.
'I ho Hawaiian llallastlng Co. bought
the magnzlno for 1US uud tho carpen
ter Miop for $lur, nt tho auction Rain of
old buildings on the Capitol gt ound!
(onilucled by Jan. I. Morgan for Super,
luleudeiil llollowny ealerday.
'll.e funeral or tho lato A. M. MellN
will take plato today nt I p. in. from
IiIh late uHdcncn In Garden iJtnc. The
pall-bearers will bo A. P. Clark, J,
l.anclo, i:. 2. Howe, ji, T. Hiniiinion, M.
A. .Intobson and L. L. La l'lcrro.
A coninri'H Jury liiventlgateil tho i lr
ctimMaiKea ntt'-ndlng the dinth of the
JapaueKi! A, ToyoHhllia, who wiih killed
UiHt Sunday night hy Jumping from a
molng street tar, mid returned n 'T
illtt to the ilfect that the iiuili ennui to
hh death as :i le.snlt of hit own cure
lessnens. Owing to the entertainment for the
benellt of tho frvo klndergaiteii, Ibf
St. I'lcuif ill's fair has had lln dale
thanged to Noveuilier 9. I'll to lint
dale tho Woiuaii'n llulld will hold bi
weekly tuietliigK, on Tue.fclnjn nt " p.
tu. und I'rldjjH ut II a. in., beginning
with .omui row.
I'll vale letters, received from Madeira
state tint St.u kahln came JiihI ut tho
light II mi', an tho uhftiwualiln altitude
taken by the go eminent lowauln the
I'urlUBiiesn wine piodmers h'lH tinned
n gem ml dei.ire to einlgiule, I he einl
granta secured nr described nn farm
ers of a good iIiihs.
P. .1, l.owiey piedlcts a further ad
vauio In the pike ot lumber, nn un
precedented demand, pailly from Ban
panelsio uud Vuliutalso, hut prin
cipally f I nni the I2asl, lnulng almost
exhausted the capacity of the nillla 111
tho West. The Increase of fielght rutin
linn utfo helped to latso pikes.
Tho Y. 1'. S. C. 12. of tho Chilotlan
ihitich will meet tonight at tho homo
of Mis. John llllh, 11:11 llniina Slieet.
Aa Important mattera will ilium up for
consideration, every members Pi to
oiiested to ultend I'uHlur (1. II, I2d-
'wards will mill his oung men of tho
cliuicli nt his home on Saturday oven
Politicians should meet llio ladles
next I'lkhiy etenlug, Otloher l&lh, :il
the Alameda alum ti gheu nt tho Itojnl
Ilnwiillaii hotel, (lit busy and get
nuiunliited. Mn. Alapal will slug dm
lug tho dinner hour. Tim 1 idles am
"It" In polities. Many a politic km
bus won hit light thioiigh the uld u'
A la ut" number of friends mid I "la
th ci iilltlideil tho fillieial of the lute
Samuel Dwlght jenterday ami tloweis
went Bent In gioat piofuslon, Kit
liiu weie ( online. U'i hy lluv, Dokiuuh
Siiulder, iiHslsted by .1, A, llnlh of tlm
IMhiiiia .Mission Thu pnll-bisiers
weie lleit l.luhlfool, ) Slii'twood, W.
Chlllliiuwoilli, II Cl.iiU. (). Spllliuaii
W Caineioii, C. Hull uud Alfli'd
Do I INeeci
1 No, uon't need 'em,
'cause I can't read. If I
could read I'd get glasaes
aure. I'd go to
A. N. Sanford,
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE 4. MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-180 KINO STREET. , PHONE 287.
To pay 11000 for a butcher shop and
then to ho bluffed out of poiMsslou ot
It does not strlko Pi!il)niu.i Yooo ns
exactly a square ilr.il. nml he has peti
tioned tho court to order Takahaslu
Kntnro to surrender posfeuslon of the
place nnd also In pay the plaintiff it
nilistantlal mini ns d imago for the los
of bushiest unstained. The liulldlnc
anil ehnltelH, ns cprcineil In the re
ilelu suit brought, lire located In Kn
Arrordliig to tho r-tcry told by Yoozo
ho bought the btillillng nml tho entlro
biKlueis mil 111 from Sallit MatMilo on
July 20. paying for tho antun tho sum
of Jltinn. Tnknhashl Kotaio clnlmeil
tliM. be owned tlin premlriB under a
til I of sale fiom. Mnlsiile. nml roreeil
'Y0070 Hi surrender Ibo potseslon of
the piomlfcei bv falsely representing to
Ibo plaintiff that tho lllmrlet, Magis
trate of Wnlaliiu hail ordered him to
ghc up Ihn satiin to tho defendant loit
er Kotnro toie down tho building ami
tarteit nwny (lie lumber.
SCOURING YOUR SCALP.
Will Remove the Loose Dandruff
Scales But It Won't Cure Dandruff.
If your hair Ik brltilo anil thinning,
ion hnvc dandruff. Tho meio prour
lug of tho scalp of tlm looso scales
won't euro dandruff; becausn dandruff
is nothing but HinlCH of stnlp being
thrown uii by a peHtifeioim little germ
In hiiriowlug lis way to tho root of
Ihn hair, wheio It saps tho vitality,
(aiming falling hair and. In lime, bald
ness Now you can't stop dandruff
nor falling hair, nor prevent baldness
unless you destroy'that gorm; nnd tho
only preparation that ran do It Is tho
new wrlentlfle discovery, Nowliros
llerpleldc In fact, no other hair
preparation claims to kill the daudrulT
gorm nil ot thorn will clean tlio'walp:
Bimp and w titer will do that, but only
Newbio'n Ilerpleldo gets nt tho root
of tho 1 1 untile and kills tlm dandruff
germ. Hold hy leading drugglslH.
Bend Kip. In Mamps for sample to Tlm
llerpleldc Co. Detroit, Mich. Ilollln
ter Drug Co., Kpoilnl ngents.
COAST STRIKES SERIOUS
San KrnnrlRMi, October 17. Owing
to tho stilkn or freight liamlU'iii, fielgul
is eiiibnigoed here. There mo liJuil
loaded earn i.l.illed In tho y.mR
Portland, ()ie O.t. 17. Hlilpplnr;
lieio In at a H'iiiiIhIIII owing to (lie
LUTIN NOT FOUND
Ulreit.i, Oilolier 17. Piniiteeii salv
age outfits luue mi far failed to locate
the Hiiuken suliiuaiilie boat l.ulln, It
ib believed the new baa pel It lied.
1is Anreler Oil 17. Tho Non-I'ar-
tlsaii initial loinmltlin elulms that
them has been u false leghitintlou In
this city of I1.MI.
Cellna, Oo.. Oct. 17. I'lvo persons
hnvii been killed and 100 Injured by n
gasoline explodou In a local Mom.
EARTHQUAKES AT MANILA
Manila, Oct. 17. Two enilbipiakes
have ui lined luue, The) did no dam
Odessa, Oct 17, Three leiroilstH
lime been killed while nlteiuptllli; tub
' c '
TAFT IN HARNESS
Washington, (hi. J7. flccirlury Tuft
lias iinh ed hem uud lesiiiiinl bin dil
MULLRTIM AWl, PAY
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUME8,
Beautifully bound and Illustrated.
BY JOHN HENRY WRIGHT, LL.D.,
Prof, of Greek In Harvard Unlverelty.
ANTIQUITY; THE MIDDLE AGES;
MODERN HISTORY, AMERICA, ETC.
Easy Monthly Payments At
Wm. C. Lyon Co.
COR. FORT AND rlOTEL STREETS
SAFES, IRON FENCE.
(Continued from Page C.)
enough money to pay Jl.'Jj n day to
"Now, I want a few words about Mr.
Walerhouie, who Is from your precinct
and running ngalnit the present Treas
titer, Mr. Trent. Trent Is going around
i-aylng Hint It Ib oji account of his work
nun mo tailoring uieu nrc gcuiug ivv
tents on tho dollar. This is not true.
It Is on ncrounl of tlin Ileptihllrnn
hoard of Supervisors that this can he
"Now I want In closing to ask yon
to vote a straight ticket nnd not put
In ono-thtid Republicans, ono-thlrd
Democrats mid one-third Homo llulcrs.
If yon do this wo will have the entire
government mid bo able to do for you
what wo promise.
"The Democratic party has never
gheu j on pol und fish. Neither has tho
Home Killers. If you put the Uepuli
Ik unit In wo will not only glvo you pol
and fish hut with good times J on will
bit litilit In eet sonietlitliir In wash it
down, a lit I to beer, Mailerla. whiskey,
or, mid there Is nothing better than It
cool fresh water un'il u llttlo cuku or
I en nram somithlng of that sort OU
tho side. I wish ion alohn mil."
Charlie Hustiuo wns loudly applaud
ed and uiado una of his usual bright
specdies. He (old of being an old tlm
or In tho Territory nnd naked for sup-
pent on this account, also stilting mat
it would bo found that tho entlro Re
publican ticket waH tomiKised of kn
waaliuis and wns not beaded by a ina-
lllilne like .MiClaiuihau. He showed
where roads had been uiado hy Repub
licans while on tho other hand no one
bud over been nblo to get more from
n Democrat than promises, lie nsked
or solid support for Ktililo and tho eu
tlm Republican ticket.
Henry Vkla said:
"(Iciitlemen, there Is ono thing which
I wish to enll your attention lo, tho
work ilonn on the roads under tho Ite-
puhlleaii Hoard ut Hupei visum. Prom
hero lo the waterfront und from Dia
mond Head to Piikakl the streets have
been placed tu better condition than
iM'r befiue. Only n ear ago you
could hardly travel through Kakaaku
In u hack. Look at the loads that you
have now. This is greatly duo to tho
County (iovormneut which has been
toiuicil and handled by Itepubllruiis.,
Now- road work appropriations can bo
made In a week while under the old
ryntom II took from to to four years.
"Tho Ail viii User has inaile iiiiuieroui
charges against Sheriff Drown. Has
It been iililn to substantiate ono ot
them? (!oeriior Culler spent the
motley of (ho Tinltury like water In
bringing down a so-talled detective to
follow oery action of fliown's but
what did bo llud? Not ono thing which
lie totild publish." (Voice In Hawaii.
With the coming of Tall even In
this climate fashion decrees the
changing or men's suits from the ligh
ter colors to the darker.
We considered the Autumn's com
ingperhaps you didn't and purchas
ed a handsome stock of dark suitings
of worsteds and cheviots In many dif
If you order your fall suit from us
It will embody all the latest styles
adapted to your particular measure.
To regular customers we are known
as "TAILOR8 WHO FIT."
W. W. AhacTa & Co.,
62 King St.
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O. Box 080.
i a delicious and refreshing drink. It
I Ilka an excellent peach In liquid
form. Ask for II. Bottled by
HAWAIIAN BOPA WOHKB,
BY TRUSTEES FOR
Tho Hoard of Trustee of (he Cham
ber of Common e held a speilul meet
ing nt 3 o'clock yesterday nfternoon to
consider the resolution submitted by
the lommlltee IiipI meeting relating to
the reconimendntlon to' tllo Dckgnta
lor harbor Improvements.
E. 12, l'nxton said that slnco the last
meeting ho had discussed tho mailer
with pilots and other practical men,
who had expressed the opinion that it
was of greater importance to havo the
lighthouse spit cut nway than to wid
en tho harbor nt tho 12 w a end. Nnxtoti
orfcied nn amendment recommending
that, If sufficient appioprlatlon for both
plans could uot be seemed, efforts
should principally be made to have the
spit removed. On motion of Peck the
tcsolutlon ns modified, was ndoptcd
Spalding said that ho had realleM
that the committee's repoil was en
titled to much credit, but had moved
to postpone action In order to become
moio familiar with the subjects, lit
bad since cousiilled the pilots, wbu
agiecd that the removal of tho Lpti
was of urlmary Importance. Thev had
clatmsd tbat the harbor should be en.
largcd In the vicinity or the irivr.l
wharf and tho mm Ino railway. Thet
also called attention to the Importance
of securing a retaining wall for thu
made land makal of tho llghthoutr
Spnldlug also ipioted a letter fiom
Superintendent of Public Woiki Hoi-.
loway, also recommending tho lemov-
at of the spit. Willi regard to the
diedglng out of tho Kwu end of the
harbor, bn said that the, plan should
al'jo be carried out, nil hough it might
benefit certain private concerns. He
also went Into tho other plain: proposed
by Capt. Slattery In gicnt detail, and
recommended especially the pioVkllnil
of n drydock big enough to iiieommo
dato any vessel, cither hern or nt Pearl
Spalding said another olTIelal, who
did not wlab bis name mentioned, had
also dwelt on the Importance of re
moving the IlKhthoune spit. He, how
ever, preferred widening (ho Walklkl
to widening the 12 w a end of the har
bor. This bad, It seemed, been tho
opinion of most of those Interviewed,
though Slattery had recommended the
I2wn end Improvement.
Morgan said that be bnd visited tho
pilots with Spalding. They wero very
anxious to havo tho retaining wall
mentioned. They also wanted the mar
Ino railway condemned, ns It wns u
nuisance mid n menace to navigation,
The pilots wanted the hnrbor Improve,
infills to bo innde nt the Walklkl end.
Paxton said that there was a bal
ance on hand ot the appropriation ta
the maintenance of the harbor, which
could bo used for Ibo retaining wall.
Peck's motion wai carried, and the
cominlttFo wns Instructed to look into
ibo other propositions mentioned.
Peck said. In this connection, thai
die Territory should build n drydock,
In tho samo wny ns If owned wharves.
Morgan said Honolulu hnrbor Rhouhl
bo so jiorfect Hint Pearl Harbor could
not compete with It.
Those present were J. F. Morgan,
who took the chair In tho place of W.
M. Ulflard, who was ill, Alex, flarvle,
K. T. Peck, W. A. Ilowen. 12. I. Spald
ing, 12. E. Paxton nnd Win. I'foten
liauer. a a
JAPS AFTER INDIA
St. Petersburg. Oct. 17. Dispatches
from Toklo say that tho Japanese nro
rosiorlug nn nntl-i:ngllsh movement in
RESULT8 IN DRAW
Philadelphia. OcL 17. Tho Mcdov-ern-Corhett
light was bloody uud ended
In n drnw.
BRIUWER NOT GUILTY
Toms Itlver, N. J., Oct. 17. Urouwcr
Ir found not guilty.
mi, "Let 111 in get 00 more detectives.")
"Now luukea lias always been a
friend ot initio personally but as u
politician how can you trust n man
who throw down bis own Queen when
ho was chamberlain In uider to curry
fuvor with the P. (I.s? Ho and tho
other candidates on tho Democratic
ticket urn making a great talk uliout
land laws. What did ho do when l.aud
Commissioner? It Is known to every
one who was hero at that time that be
I r (used tho applications uiado by na
tive horn cltlzeus for homesteads,
turned down tho people, of his own race
to give land to strmig'tH and planta
tions. The Portuguese expect from a
man leading the ticket cm a parly like
this to receive laud, 'I hey can reu
what bn did for bla own people mid
rhould know what they can expect for
Chailoy Chllllngwoilh was one ot
the last spenkeis of tho evening mid
nyRtini It took fiom two to four yeai3,
made by "Shanks" Motsmmi lo bla
Ihowlug up of tho treat hery by tho Ha-
wnlians on tho Democratic ticket to
McClanalian. Ho said:
"I nut told that ut Emma Park to
night, Mr, M02hiuan took occasion to
state that the HawnllaiiH on tho Dem
oca title, ticket wero working and speak
ing for .McClanalian as wo uro doing
for Prliico Cupid. Ills stntement Is un
title. Ho known It as well us I do. Inn
ken has never asked anjoiiii to east u
Hliiglo vole for McClannhmi. Ho may
hu mentioned that the iiiullhliin was
a canillilato on tho ticket hut asl; for
mtpporl for him? Never.
"Ittiikoa Is uot the only one, It Is
t ne samii all ihioiigh their ticket. They
only expect to gc t In a man or two uud
mo gbid of tho iippiiilunlly to cut tlm
tnm.iis or I lie oiiicih in oulor that by
til inking ilin hloow of their fellow iinv;
illdates they may tculu ououiih slieumh'
In last III! November, Alter Ihul lltey
iiiigui hi wen iiiu, nnyhiiw, ()iie
itioiei wn will go two years without any
Amoiig Him other speakers wciei I,
l. .MiCaiidhuH, V, (), Hiullli, John
1'Jnil, W, K, UIi'Imu, H. I'. Coiiiu, ,
U, Kuleohu und (ho, Kulttnu,
Any woman who suffers from
Crampa, Backache, Nervoua ar
Sick Headache, Poor AppaMte, Cos
tlvenets or General WeakneM
needs tho lllttero to make her wall
again. It has cured tbouaaada In
the past 60 years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stands first. Try a bottle.
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the laundry machinery and make the
largo number of Improvements during
the lact ear, these linpioveincnts con
testing of some twelve buildings.
Care For nick
it hau been npparcnt that the uettle
inent bus been delkleut In Its hospital
ueconiinoil.illon. At the three homo),
lh Illsbop, lialdnln and Uayvlew
llomiM there .lie accommodations for
those who ale III. 1 he lepers, like oth
ers, aro subject to various diseases and
11 Is iptlte necctsary tbat there be fa
cilities lo Ltiio for those living outside
tho homes. In cntcs of patients In any
of the Homes stilferlng with dangeroun
diseases they also may be caied for In
lbe getieiul hospital. The hospital, as
designed, can ticcommodate twenty
eight patients and tbern Is provision
wheieby litis number may be doubled.
The building In designed lo bo hygenlo
In every respect. Phyriclaiis and at
tendants nro piovlded with change and
disinfecting rooms, and will be re-nulrc-d
to don bcupllnl garb before en
tering upon their duties. There Is an
operating loom, the Hour and walls ot
which urn of smooth coitciele, while
Ihn room Is lighted both ut the sided
uud by daylight. Uound the operat
ing room Is a drug room. Ueyond thl'i
Is tho entrance which Is so placed a
not lo be accessible lo Hie general pub
lic. He) oud this passage way Is tho
store room of the hospital containing
nil bedding mid iciiulsltu household
supplies. Next lo this room is the
Rtibsistencn storo room mid beyond that
a hallway which couneclii with this
killer loom mid tlm kitchen. Neither
the hall, subsistence loom nor kitchen
have any connection whatever with the
hospital rooms proper, as all food will
bn dedlveied to u mounted ui frier by
which It will bn distributed In thu
wauls to those patients unable to as
semble In the dining room. All food
containers whether fiom the wards or
tlin dining room, will bo disinfected be
fore they nro returned to the kitchen.
All tho linen used In tho hospital will
bn placed In a disinfecting solution Im
mediately nfter use, carriages with con
tainers lining piovlded for that pur
pose. Connected with and at some distance
from tho kitchen will bo mi employe's'
dining room. This loom will not be
accessible to them while on duty. The
rooms mentioned are uot In direct con
nection with tho hospital except by
veranda. The hospital proper will con
tain four wards, with two bath rooms
uud the various necessary accessories.
The nurses' waiting room Is so sit
uated that all tho wards will bn under
'close observation. Two of the wards
may bn used us Innals In cuse the hos
pital Is not taxed to Its full capacity,
Ibis being accomplished by u movable
sash, hi addition to these buildings,
nnd at boiiih distance awuy will be a
contagious waul for tho treatment of
pulleuts suffering with pulmonary tu
berculus'ls und oilier acutely Infectious
diseases. This building will contain a
number of separate rooms und has ver
andas on two tides. The nurses' wait
ing room la located at lbe Junction ot
Ibo two veiundtiH and on the outside,
and has the novelty ot being discon
nected and at the same time having ull
the rooms under observation.
It Is hoped Id have Ibesn improve
ments nil completed during the coming
iiprlug. II has been the policy of the
Hoard lo lemovn tu every way the Im
pression that lepiojy Is u disease to bo
looked upon differently from any other
contagious dlteare. While It is true
the confinement may bn ot possible
life's dotation jet except for the period
of lime, It in entitled to and will re
eehn tho same turn, accommodations
and fin llllles given other afflictions
that ate liable to apt end among the
population. It In believed that the Itu
ptovfinciits during this period will go
far to con vim the lepeis and tbeli
Irlcndn thai the methods put sued ara
us liberal anil scientific an those ap
plied lo any human nilsfoilune.
In tho design and construction ot all
of these buildings eveiy possible at
tention bus been given to making them
nttiadlvn that the settlement may
have ull the ehaimieilstlca of a mod
ern mid u.n-lo-daln Hinge, In fail, bo
Kiipoilnr to must villages of its rlie.
It Ik hoped that In establishing this
Mate of adalts the lealdetits ot tho set
tlement may takn a mom cheerful and
ambitious view of their Hlliutloti in
life. Many of I lion. ulTlleled live long
lives uud have many jearn hcfoio
them, Their loullueuieut Is leas than
(hat often i liinen ,y lesldents In conn
Tlinsn best In n position to know feel
Ihul (ho geiieial puhllu should uicen.
Ijiiiln Ibei cheerful hide of Ibo lepera'
I fe rnlher lliun Its duikent phuttot ami
limy lielli'tii Ihul these iniefully pint,
tied new building and various lm.
Piovi'iiieiiU will go fur toward insk
inu Ihn uuffeiuiu tlivnmvlvcti lOllltllUd
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