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mtrao Bomrrm. honolpltj. t. h Wednesday, oct. z. t9oc.
A TRAINED NURSE
After Year of- Experience) Advises Women -Regard
to Their Health.
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Doremus Scudder And
REPUBLICANS HOLD GOOD
CANDIDATES EXPRESS THEIR
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At the Republican meeting on Vino-
I yard street last night the Civic Fed
eration and its methods were lianruou
by some of the speakers without
gloves. A number of the candidates
who have been endorsed by that organ
ization utterly repudiate the action tak
en and stated that tho endorsement oi
the Civic Feds was entirely without
authorization from them and without
their knowledge or consent. They did
not desire any sit'Ji endorsement and
wished to have nothing to do with on
organization the main object of which
is to defeat the Republican party.
In spite of, the rain which fell at In
tervals, there was a good crowd pres
ent at the meeting, and much Interest
was shown by tho audience. There
were no disorders of any kind and tho
candidate) t wero listened to with the
Vida called the attention of the vot
ers to his prediction of what the Civic
Feds were going to do. "I told you,"
he said, "that they wero going to en
dorse laukea for Sheriff, Do you want
a man for Sheriff who is going to be
dictated to by Thurston and the Civic
Federation, or do you want a man who
for the past ten years has stood by his
party unci its principles!"
Vida referred to the charges made
against himself and Sheriff Drown by
Doremus Scudder and tho other mem
Vers of the Anti-Saloon League, that
they are in the habit of discharging
without trial people brought to the po
lice station drunk, and their expressed
opposition to the saloons of the city
"But." said Vida, "Scudder endorsed
Frank Harvey and Charlie McCarthy.
That shows you what the Cevlc Feds
and L. A, Thurston are. What Thurs
ton wants to do today is to disfran
chise the Hawallans.
Vida said that Scudder and his asso
ciates have blacklisted J, S, Kaleo be
cause he Is far better than the man
they have put up against him. I think
you haw too much sense to want to be
put back under the kind of govern'
ment you had. before, run by L. A.
Thurston and his associates.
I have been for the last two or
three months the subject of attacks by
L. A. TTiurston and the Advertiser, but
I defy any of them to prove any cnargea
that have been made against me. I am
going to stand by the people and light
tho Civic Federation and I.. A. Thurs
ton to tho bitter end. As Assistant
Sheriff to Sheriff Drown, I think I have
been truo to my people, and If 1 am
elected to oincc, I am going to do the
same, again." .
S. P. Correa stated that his name
had been published lit the Advertiser
as a candidate on the Civic Federation
ticket without his knowledge or con
sent. That was thn first he knew any
thing about ll. The truth of tho mat
ter is, he said, that tho Civic Federa
tion has been sleeping. It suddenly
waked up to the knowledge that it had
no suitable candidates, and Is trying
to pick them from the other parties
without any authorization on the part
of the candidates in question.
Correa itatod that he wants the pco
pie to understand that ho is a Repub
lican and docs not consent to any such
action on the part of the Civic Fed.
I.llelwl was of the opinion that the
action ot tne civic Federation In pick
ing out men from the various tickets
would result In much confusion. If
these men should be elected to the Leg'
tslnture, tome would be pulling one
way for the Republicans, some another
way for the Democrats and some still
Another for the Civic Feds.
I.llelwl compared the Republican
party to the old lady who sent her
sons out to guther breadfruit. Shu
told them to gather tho kind that had
wux covering the outer skin. They
did fo aiul brought it back, and the
Mrs. Martha Pohlman
of 68 Chester Avenue,
Newark, N. J., Who Is a
Sraduate Nurse from the
loekley Training; School,
at Philadelphia, and for
alt tears Chief Cllnlo
Nurse at the Philadelphia
Hospital, writes the letter
printed below. She has
the advantage Of personal
experience, besides her
and what the has to say
may be absolutely relied
Many other women are
afflicted as she was. They
can regain health In the
tame way. It Is prudent
to heed such advice from
such a source.
Mrs. Pohlman writes:
"I am firmly persuaded,
at tr ttht 7" eiperienoe
A.T01 ', K
Is the saf ft and Met madlclne
ind, that It
for any suffering woman to
" Immediately aftr my
marriage I found that ray
health began to fall me. I be
came weak and pal, with
MTtr paanng-uown hum,
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quant ditty spells. The doctors
prescribed fir toe, yet I did
not improve. I would bloat
attar eating, and frequently
Become raauwiii. l amu .....
pains down through my limbs so I could blllty, Irritability,
aanuywaia. it was at uaa a caa oi ismaie lessness. mtlancho y. "all-ffi
teSSJ! SarSJSS!!!2. teii.B-''wpt-tO;b.-left.!on.'' feelings, blue. .
r walk. It was at bad a caae of frauds
ble a I have. rr known. Lydla E,
tarn's VefstabM Comoound. bowerar.
cured me within four months. Since that
time I have bad occasion to recommend It to
a number ot patlanta suffering from all
forms ot female dlfflcnltlM, and f And that
while It Is considered unprof ewlonal to rec-
Compound, for I tare found that it cures
amend a patent medicine, I ran honestly
recommend Lydla E. Flnkbam's .Vac atabli
f einaie lilt, where all ether medicine fails.
It a grand meaioins ror tics woman.''
Money cannot buy such testimony aa
this merit alone can produce such re
sults, and the ablest specialists now
agree that Lydla K. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound Is the most univer
sally auccessful remedy for all female
diseases known to medicine.
When women are troubled with Ir
regular, suppressed or painful periods,
weakness, displacement or ulceration
of the female organs, that bearing
down feeling, inflammation, backache,
bloating (or flatulence), general debili
ty,. Indigestion, and nervous prostra
tion, or are beset with suoh symptoms
asdlttlness,falntness, latsltude, axclta-
oly, "all-gone" and
Lysta E. Mstbaa'a YtettaMs Urn Kits.
and hopelessness, they should remem
ber mere is one trieu ana true remedy.
Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com
pound at once removes such .troubles.
No other female medicine In the
World has received such widespread
and unqualified endorsement.
.The needlesaufferlngof women from
diseases peculiar to their sex Is terrible
to see. The money which they pay to
doctors who do not help them Is an
enormous waste. The pain Is cured
and the money Is saved by Lydla E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound.
It Is well for women who aro 111 to
write Mrs. Plnkham, at Lynn. Mass.
rThe present Mrs. Plnkham Is the
daughter-in-law of Lydla E. Plnkham,
her assistant for many years before her
decease, and for twenty -five years
since her advice has been freely given
to sick women. In her great experi
ence, which covers many years, she
has probably had to deal with dozens
of cases just like yours. Her advice
is strictly conuaeniiai.
When ethers FaH.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
la In a splendid position to secure for
Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also island Pout
try of every description.
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Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and how vou our Illustrations
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J. O, Axtell Co, 10-18.1058 AlalfCA
P. E. R. Strauch
$4000. An Active or Silent Partner
Wanted In a well established legiti
mate DusIuesB in Honolulu, either
lady or gentleman. Largo ProlUB.
No Kinks. Partner wanted to In
crease Dusluess. Party can buy
one-half Interest at Cost Price. Only
buna tide buyers considered, Kxcep
tlonal opportunity for Hlgbt Party.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
4000. For only 12750. 2 Btory Cot
whole neighborhood was saved fru
starvation. The Republican party Is
like that, he said. It saves the peo
ple. I.llelwl said that" ha wished to have
nothing to do with the Civic Federa
tion. "If you ever hear of my name
being ou u ticket ot the Civic Federa
tion." ho said "take no stock In It. I
don't know these people and I don't
I.llelwl was followed by Jamca Hick
Mil. candidate for County Auditor.
Ulcknell attacked the correctness ot
the claim made by Trent that he I" en
ltled to tho credit of having Institut
ed the payment of 100 cents on tho dol
lar on all payments made by tuo coun
ty. The payments were ordered by
the Supervisors, and Ulcknell, ns Aud
itor, drew up tho warrants, which wero
authority to Trent as treasurer to pny
,100 cents on tho dollar. Ulcknell stat
ed that though he had beeu endorsed
by the Civic Federation, ha had not
sought any such endorsement.
W. O. Smith urged the votors to scud
back to Congress Delegate Klllilo, a
wan who has already been there sev
eral years and Is fully conversant with
the) ways of Congress and knows best
how to get the most for his neople. Ho
urged the support of Kuhlo and of Ihu
entire ticket which KUhlo represents,
A. M. Drawn told the people that tho
Civic Federation Is merely using luu
kea as a tool. They have no ue lor
him except as an Instrument fur defeat.
HOME OF GOOD Tr 'NC0
lea Criam Parlors,
People who are the most familiar
with the PALM RESTAURANT form
the framework upon which this estab
lishment's growing reputation for su
premacy and leadership Is being built.
It is hoped, with strict attention to
even the small details of service and
the careful purchasing and cooking of
the eatables, like that of the past few
months ,to construct this reputation
Into a truthful-built, well merited, co
lossal structure that will stand pre-eminent.
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ing Drown, Ilut they can't do It with
such n candidate. Drown Bald he was
willing to ntand on his record of what
be had done tor thn people and the wg)
in which he had conducted his office.
I.tnk McCandless also took a crack
at the Civic Feds. He stated that ho
didn't care for any endorsement by
that organization. He said he Is a
nominee of the Republican party and
Intends to stand by that party. It
makes no difference whether the Civic
Federation endorses hi in or not.
In outlining tho make-up of the
Democratic party, consisting largely
of disgruntled Republicans, A. V. dear
said that there is a young man, well
known In this community, who four
years ago was helping tho Republican
party. Now he Is with the Democrats
nnd was chairman of the Democratic
tubcommlttco of the Fifth District. He
is going about now advising the 11a
Wallaiia to vote only for Hawallans.
Mr. dear advised tho Hawallans to
pay no attention to buy question of
ince, but to stand by thn party and
ote tho whole Republican ticket from
lop to bottom.
Charlie Chltllngworth In his address
branded as utterly falso the charge
made by tho Democrats that ho Is ad
vising tho Hawallans to vote only for
Hawallans niur not for tho baoles,
There Is no truth, he said, In that state
ment. Speaking' In Hawullan, he ad
vised the Hawallans to vote the
straight Republican ticket without ref
erence to ruce.
Well nulshed. On-
Cash, Dal, 125.00 p,
ly 10 per cent,
$2700.-3 l r. I acru Uit nr. 7.on,
$1300. a r. I'iiiiiiiiI 76x16".
$?250. 7 r, King nr. I'uwuu. co sco.
$?oo. to x iu5 Lots, I'mimil, Cash
Tho Republicans will hold two m'.ot
Ings tonight, one at the corner c:f
Punchbowl and Lino streets, the plaic
where the stone-throwing took plnre
Ihe last time the Republicans went
there, and the other at Mauna Kama
ha, the vacant lot on the uorner ol King
street and the Asylum road.
At the Punchbowl meeting- the
speakers will be: W. O. Smith. W W.
Harris, J. 11. S. Kaleo. J, W. Calhc.irt,
Henry C. Vida. K. W. Qulnn, A. V
Clear, W. T. Rawlins, A. M. Blown. U
U McCandless, Jas. Blckdoll, V, T. 1.
Wuterhouae, O. F. Chllllnguorlh, Clms.
Hustaco, Jr., S. C. Dwl.nht, I), Kalauu
kalanl, Jr., B. A. C. I.otiK, John A.
Hughes, A- ! Castro.
At this meeting Jas, F, Morgan will
Tho l'jluiua mt't'tlng A lit bo in
cliauu of David Kama. The speakbvs
will bn as (uIIiiwh:
W, O. Smith, John t,. Puoo, W. W.
Ilanls, C. ll. Malic, Henry C. Vida, U.
I' t.'um-J, A. V. Hear, John 0. I.uur.
Joe Kulaiin, A. M, Drown, 11. Kuhule,
I.. I.. McCandless, A, H. Kalelonu, J.
V. Cathcart, F T. P, Wulerhoiue, C,
iF. ChlllliiKworth, Clias
Carthy, Chau. Droad. C. P. laukea, W
V. Jarrett. W. W. Thayer and It. II
Trent will speak,
Tho Honolulu Iron oWrks has bo.
cured the contract for building a nine-
roller mill for Agulerre Plantation In
Porto Rico, of which V. J. Ixmrlc,
formerly of Kwu, Is thn manager.
Wm. Haywood, who was recently no-
pointed United Htales consul at Seoul,
will spend tho winter In Arizona on ac
count of illness.
N Jill AGAIN
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olmlanl, Jr., Win. K, 1,-tlrlnl, H, IMhln
Maloliu, M, Kunlhiiiiiil,
Tim nenmoijU nlll linvn a iiii'i-tlim
ni A Moirlk' ilnri lit 1'ulnmti, nl which
the iliiilil iiiiuluM w m 0
llnte, i'. it lluruy, J. il, IVin, T
SUm, t ilundull mid M. l, l 'iii
Mns, Tli")' will ul'ii hunt n niffiiiiii
Antone Sllva, would-be piiglllst.
woman beater und convicted larceulst,
Is back again at tho old stand. He was
currendered by his bondsmun, Y, Aim
In, this afternoon und was arrestod by
Olllcer Dibs ami lodged In the Jail.
Sllva was convicted In Judge, Wlilt
uey'n court last week of stealing ten
dollur from an Iwllcl womaiit and was
tdilenced to spend ten months ou the
leef, t'ome of his friends bucked him
wllh ntpney for an appeal, however,
pud ho vius released on u bond put up
1mt itlglit nnd this nuiriiliig he was
discovered hanging aiiiund the wharves
Hiitluiu, Jr.. Ulul ,,m Klll" I" tbe harhnr, und last
night he slept on hoi id huh of thu
stejiui'i's, 'I heu uclluns looked tun
ii'loim, and his buiidsinuii coiuuile,
Ih.'ll lin mi loiiuur 1'iueil (u lo reipiins.
Iblo for rilltit's nii.iuiico when hln
t'us Ih called u unirl.
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