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EVENING" nUMXTIN. IION'OUJUr. T. It.. SATtmnAY, MAY 2, 1908.
Congress people who really know what pe-ru-na is.
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V I - i i Mrs. i:miny.Mumfor(l,No. .MMJMflifcv t Mr. (Icorgo Wi Amory. Ktt West lOtli St., New York
Mr. (IcorRO W. Amory, Ktt West lOtli St., New York I
unjn ,Miw i orK,,u. h. a., writes:
"Somehow I havealwavM lind Anrnttidlro BCfltnstadvcr
lined medicine, but I want to maltu 0110 decided exception 1
III faorot Peruna.
"1 caught n cold last winter and It settled In throat I
anil hend, developing a most persistent catarrh, which
seemed to defy all medicines until 1 tried Peruna. Bo fore
1 bad lipid two bottles I considered myself cured."
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Washington, 1). C, April 17, 1SUS
IMItnr RvohIub 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
The nctlon of the House niul Senate In
lefuslngt tho Presldeut's repeated re
quest for four battleships In lliu nnal
hill of this year, again evidences the
fad that Congress i d-i tiling for It
Eelf all tho more Important questions
in regard to legislation
i:cn those who are dl.-poaed to think
that the (uorablc olo on I'earl Har
bor ni ihlelly dus to Do Influence,
of the President an.l tho Navy Depart
ment, nuut iciognUe the fait that the
President excrtcl every poislble In
llucnce he mit.il bring to bear In faor
of four battleships; he not only sent
a special message to Congress on tin
LUhJeit. but he even went to far as
to threaten to veto any nubile Inu.uinR
bill that mlgl.t bo uujiid. unites the
rour battleships wire pro Iilr-1 for. i
Yet In the face of the Pre liienfs re
peated urging, the Homo i ut In hair
tho numbjr of battleships by a ote i
of mcro than two to one
It mint bo apparent that If .e bail ,
not secure 1 tho support of the Naal
Affairs Committee ami the lloiu"
leaders fr tin Pearl harbor bill. It I
would hate been ilefeatcil as certainly I
as was t.ie four battleship proposition. (
In fa"t It would ueier nao uccntni
lowed lon.lderatlon In the House at
Tho destiny of Hawaii for the next
twenty-fie )car3. no far ns national
legislation Is concerned v.il be In the
hands of Congress, and not primarily
In the disposal of tho virions Presi
dents. It h became we aro Retting an In,-
crcaslm number of friends In the
House and Senate that Hawaii Is now
tecurlng the legislation to which she
Is entitled; and In my Judgment we
shouldVontlnue to uso cery lesltl
mate nuum poislble to add to tho
number of our supporters In Con
t'ollovlng, our uearlns before tho
sub com nittee on Lighthouses, u com
mlttee bill lias been formulated carry
inglng all tho Increases proposed for
tho lighthouse establishment for this
5 ear; that bill Includes tho bum of
$75,000 for a first order light and sta
tion on tho northerly or westerly coast
After numerous efforts I bate ngaln
succeeded In hating my bill II.; It.
0143 favorably reported from the Com
mittee on Claims. This bill iarrlc.4
otor $23,000 to reimburse the terri
tory for maintenance of lighthouses
Money For DredrinR '
Wo have already taken up with tho
Senate Committee on Naval Affairs
the question of Increasing the item fcr
tho dredging of Pearl Harbor ibannel.
Sentiment In that committee Is divided
on tl.e question of an Imrease, but
thcio U a possibility cf ret tiring It. I
bavo every assuraiiLo that tho Pearl
Harbor bill proper will havo practical
ly no opposition In tho Scnttta Com
mittee. 'I ho Senate ha3 made lncrcnscn 411
tho I'ortlflcut!on3 bill tootplcte tho
Pearl Harbor fortifications; this In
crease will probably bo rejected by the
Houso conferees, on tho ground that
tho work need not be completed In
full till tho ihannel In nearly opened
In accordance with our understand
ing vlth certain of the House leaders. I
we havo not pre&cl tho ahlpiilng Inw
amendment, pending tho consideration
of tho mall subsidy bill,
Unfortunately for U3, tho Democra
tic filibuster will make It well nlgli
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Ml fill MEDICINE
Those Who Slander
Peruna Know Noth
ing About It.
PEOPLE WHO USE IT ARE
ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES.
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These Testimonials Were CiVen Out of Pure Gratitude
For The Benefit Received From Peruna.
Catarrh of Cronsl.UI Jv.tcz.
Mr. WlcUirfc P.. Kmltb, i Jltor of Tho
I'ntlatcli Herald, formerly prlnclpil of
the schools at Cauicrn.i, ldi'.u, U. b. A.,
"2'nr soii.o tlmo I suffered 'v.'I 111 or.
tnrrb nf the tliiuit and liro'ii-hl.tl tubes.
-I tried in in) leiiucl i", liiitiuiiklliml
unlhliig lli.il v utilil i m in r Ikf l'l-
null I Iriiil IVniii i , i ri l-nttli'M-urcsl
rii'.i'niiml niul well 1 iX-l'eiolt ,illdo
i uucli ivt otbtu as it diii lur me."
Gained Thirty Pounds.
Mrs.AlicoJ. Horclticr, 1.111 Moplo Ave.,
Ilarrlsburg, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.,
"I bavo found n euro In Peruna. I
cannot recommend Peruna onmigh, and
1 ulo tlinnk ou fur j our kind attoutloh
In Tie. 1 nm us well a could bo ever
since I beg.in taking Permit, and will
ri'i-miiiiii mi It lotitherK. I only weighed
Uipoiin I- Ikforo tailing Peruna; uuw 1
Throat and Head.
Mrs. 1. 1). Ilayen, l'M7 Druid Hill, Bal
timore, Mar lind, lT. S. A., writes :
"Peruna Is ono of tho best remedies
for grippe, cold In tho head, soro throit,
nervous headaches, and coughs that bis
over lccndlscocred. After tho uso of
ono bottlo In my family I don't feci sale
without Porunn In my house."
In a later letter Mrs. Hayes says: "I
am never, without a buttle of Peruna In
tho house. 1 Hud It good for mo. t every
complaint. I glvo the children Peruna
If they bavo a rold and It always re
ll.es tflom. I don't think I i-ould find
if btttcr .remedy to gUe n.y children."
It Is so easy to criticize things about
which the critic knows nothing.
Take, for Instance, Poruna. There aro
plenty nf pcuplo bo aru willing to say
Peruna is this and that, who never bavo
tasted Peruna, and bavo Dover known
anything about Its effects upon tho
Tboro aro pcoplo who say, and proba
bly lellce, that l'eruua Is used as a
bovcrogo by oiuno people. It would bo
tho easiest thing In tho world to show
tho falsity of tuch a bvllef.
Iact any one v ho reads this go to tin
drug store and purchase a bottlo of
1 l'eruua. If alter attempting to uc it
as a beverage or to-tako It In does
sufllctcnt to produeo ail thing llku In
toxication, U lifter putting It In this
test such a person Is still of the opinion
that Peruna Is n dlsguUcd alcoholic
drink, ho will bo warranted In making
such a statement. Practically, l'eruna
cannot bo so used. Any ono who knows
anything about Peruna by personal uo
knows Unit Peruna U n medicine. Tho
cry label on tho bottle, giving tho prin
cipal active Ingredients, furnlshc-i in
illimitable proof that Peruna U a medi
cal compound. Vo Mill Im willing to
guarantee that no normal person can or
will use Peruna as a beverage. If
uuy ono thinks this remedy can
bo so used ono trial will bo sufllctcnt to
dlxabuso bis mind.
Peruna Is a great and useful family
metltclno. It U used In multitudes of
homes. It has become a standard rem
edy for various potty ailments In tho
homo. It Is especially useful for climatic,
diseases. It Is an excellent remedy for
colds. Ills a well-tried remedy for ca
tarrh In all forms.
Wo bae a multltudo of testimonials
recommending it for colds, for bron
chitis, for various affections of tho
respiratory and alimentary organ.
This Is well known toall vthuknow
Poruna by actual experience.
"Cures All Catarrhal Diseases."
Mr. I. W. Klgbllluger, Cambridge,
Nebraska, U. H. A., writes: "I don't
havo any moro trouble In my throat, and
havu not bad a beadacho for four weeks.
"Peruna Is tho very mcdlclno for ca
tarrh. There Is no medicluo llko It In
tho United Ktatcs, for I bavo tried a
good many boforo using Peruna.,
"I will keep it In my houso to guard
against catarrh, as It cures all catarrhal
Thf- fAllAwinn whaJpastlf- H rn i'.i'ncfc wit! ciinnlv t Iia ifJl tunrlp- fBENSON, SMITH & CO.,
W M V V TV Ci, V V V 41 - V 9 CL(1 I V7 V J T M V7 T- L J J r .JU - 0 IT
IHONOLUIU DRUG CO.,
i i w t
BBI la H 1 I
' 1. John Perrcira 1222 MANUEL PETER TO BE
I 8. Ping Kong B90
10. Jas. Hawaii G44
11. Enos Fernantlcs 032
0. Ernest Silva-- 254
12. Jcc Domingo . . .. 180
Tho call (o pay for tho Kubellk
cents before noon today met with a
, iculy l espouse, ncaily nil of those
deserved bolng p.ild for. Tills la grnt
lfliiR and It puts the matter of rc-
15. Jos Mcndosa 2370 rvlnB heats mi a better basis Mr.
14. Daniel Keliiaa . . ..'. 2120 Adams will now know wbcio he Is
1Q. Joe Freitas 1344 ut-
02. Edward Poepoe 1180 Tllel la ""thing deflnlto to sav
13. Johnny de Jardin 936 jnbout tno l,mo "r ll, tuee.lt- Tll
oo irnT!reo 484 telephone company declines tn do any
32. Hans Nielsen 374 1 "''" lllul w"ul,, BUVI)I' "r "'loi tlBinc
18. John Hooraana 344iaml l0 ,10tlr' l" l'"""0 " iinono
41. Akana 302 i "lat ""ellk would give a concert nt
2L David Mu'ns'or.'.V !'.!!!'.'.! 184 111,00'1"1" tlmo la ndortlslng, accord
35. Frank Vincent 182 1 '"K '" "l0 huulncsn tode, or tho ethics
79. Frank Demcllo 170 or leleL,,10",nB ln "i"iuiu. sir. ah-
Mukden Facts Proved
MUKDEN, Mnnchuila, May 1. Tho Chlncso staff In ifie American
Consulate here, which wax Implicated -In the assault on tho Consulate
made by Japanese, who pursued ths Chlncso within the enclosuie, hnve
been exonerated uf nil blame In tha matter, not having been tho tig
gl essoin In tho affair.
PRINCE YAMASHIMA IS DEAD
TOKIO, Japan, May 1, Prince, Yumashlma, n member of tho Impe
rial family, who Haw' service In both uf Japan's recent wars as a nawil
ollUcr, Is dead, lie held the rank of cnptaln In tho navy.
20. Joe Mnnte 166
39. Harry Stewart 160
57. John Costa 130
G4. Manuel No'oo .
01. K. Adams .
aniK bus airnugcd with the genial Pe
ter, of messcngcr-servlco fiune to
supply the Information to patrons,
IIQ should tho Maiama arrive atterthusl-
qi new limiseH aro closed. All tlio llcl:-
23. Hoomana Akana 90 et-lioldeia, or those will to be, havo
25. F. CashinghaBi 80,,u ,l" ls '" ,nB tejoi'hono 301 "nd
42, Sousa Vierra 62 ' 'oter will tell everything ho knows
71. Ah Oui !!..!.'.!. 60 ' nbout tho concert, Tickets for seats
r;r. tjati Tenn-. nn aio on salo at Wall, Mcliou Lo , i.til.
and Mondo-u the "out.il lo" tel!o..i.
Philip lorr.andez of tho office sell-
i I tv fni r a li'io ti fliin .m unit nf
Impcilble to set that bill, or any other, h u u I, , R , iof
of our separate measures through tho , "oufilUe" fjreo each
House. The I emocrate leader ref .sea fl fl
to allow any bill whatever to be con , f)f , ,
Idcred by unanimous consent. lh"c Meuu1.
eratlon of a bill for the remainder of
this self Ion will he by suspension of
the rules; this requires a two thirds
voto to pass a measure, and It Is very
doubtful whether we could secure a
two-thirds voto In favor of my ship
ping bill In tho face of the opposition
of the shipping Interests.
If however tho subsidy bill wholly
falls wo may bo able to get my coast.
wise-law amendment through In the
closing dajs of tho session.
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congre33.
Johnny Xcblo ncd Joo McmUua aie the h.io recorded only enough' lo
iho nanny blcde owners today as n get their names lit tho paper. In i
i emit of t'leic onlerpiUe in leading shuit tlmo they will be among
tho list: of 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u iiowsbojH. loaders, for tiro top-uctchors
Juiuny Nobli) leadJ tho olllce-sollcis changing all tho tlmo ns tho
GO. Henry Camara CS
23. Charlie Lambert 48
C9. Joe Madeiros 30
30. Kalovnh 34
37. Oco. Hoapili 20
! 17. Wilf. Rich 22
43. Xului 22
u , i'j, uco. liusbiuo y.i.
tliu ua. joc Aiana va
,Ul31. Ah Lee 18
,,, '30. Willie Peter 18
THOSE INEXPENSIVE TOURS
(urns i fen big- boyB to "go to wiul.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
he newt of t day.
lW)Ttlili i ii dMn'll i i ) i iH w-w iwi. iii i p
IW niBfcll.lMM IMIMII ITIt rflil.lM IIMMIIIMI
Joe Caivalho, KdwMd Poepoe,
Johnnie do Jardin.
'IIio.mi liou havo bcciuliustllug In
gocd ttylo fpr tho labt few wooka to
lead tho list. Tho Bulletin uowj
bays nio nlwuys hustling and they
make good nionoy by It. When ou
realize that n thousand papers means
thirty dollars to the boy who tolls
them, you can umloistnnd that theso
moichnnts of the streot nio a decide"!
help to themselves and their fnmllloi.
Tho II : 1 1 c 1 1 ii has always helped
these youugsteis along and they niaKe
' good money "
Tho llttlo fellows down tho Hue
llku to havo their uamos In tho paper.
Thoy aro selling more than thoi fig
ures opposite their names show, but
John Prewa 18
Manuel CarreJo 18
riio prizes wcro distributed to the &n Chuck Sai . . 10
bojs this afternoon and It was a hap- 30, Makia 14
py if noisy crowd that gathcied it 27.Chcs. Martin ..!!!'.!!!!! 12
tjio II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ofilce. There ls ro 28. Joqj Soares 12
foalcusy timong tho newsboys and '45, AuniRt PcrMira 12
ever) una was glad tho other had won. 4 h Chin -.... 12
Tim locord shows that tho leudors , 53' Manuel Alcveiri)' .".'!.!!! ! 12
Mid tvonty thousand papers and 94. Manuel Rawlins 10
those outside the rnnltsf the inccn ' 31 neo Jjnker . . . 8
disponed of miut'iiei twenty thousand ' fj Willie Kawai ' 0
diuliut tho ccnti'l and hut iuooi,G7. Joe Silva 0
that tho 11 11 1 1 0 1 1 n nowsbnys aic 20, Weston Dower 4.
i)ieicinnt3 deserving tho attention ,40,.Antone Qoncs 2
tlicv jjot from tlm best newspaper lit ; ioi'wm. David ....,.,,,,'.'. 2
town. The 11 11 I I o t 1 11 has other ' An v lr; o
tirootl tlilni'4 nlanned fur tbn lioxs. fin TAA CnwiA. n
- - - UUi ,Uu WlitUJ
Iho lecoid of tho latest success fol-, gg
1. Johnny Noble 2G40
3, Flvlip Fernandez 2010
1. Geo. Richard 2128
6. Clarence Rawlins 17G0
5', Joe Caivnlho 16C0
7. Manuel Carvalho 1320
3, Hone Lai
4. Ah Lcoug 2
7. Ah iun ,
Tho Territorial Tianspoitntlon
Coiuuilttce Is taking up with the Coll
or Tours Company of llnston the
matter of n series of American-Hawaiian
tours. Efforts will be ma do
by tho Transportation Commttteo to
Hccuio reasonable Inter-Island exciy
Blon intes and piopcr iiccoinnuidatlou
und trnnspoitntlou facilities on the
different Islands. Tho Collvcr touts
stand for nil that ls luxurious In
travel. Tho concern Is an American
ono nnd with tho proper rates an I
facllltlei for travel between jind on
tho dllTcicut Islands It could turn a
'e'luistunt Btieam of tout 1st ti utile to
The mnivellnus ennjous of Knual,
superb Haleakula on Maul, nnd our
ever-nctho Volcano on Hawaii
say nothing of Oahu, should easily
provldo a month's slghtbcclng unriv
aled for beauty nnd variety anywheio
In tho world, so, at least, think tho
gentlemen of tho Territorial Tians
poitntlon Committee, nnd If the mop-
!er inlcs nnd facilities can bo nr-
IjAKUWOOD, N. J.. May 1. It Is lumorcd that tho Illness
which drover Cleveland Is suffering Is enncop of the stomach.
1 1 a
NEW YORK-T0-PARIS AUTOS
TOKIO, Japan, May 1. Tho Krench and ItallanAuitomoblleH, partic
ipating In tho New York-to-Puils race, urrhed beio today.
FORD CASE TO JURY
SAN KUANCISCO, Cal Mny 1. Tho case against Tlrcy h. Ford for
the btlbery of tho Supervlsois will go to tho Jury tonionow.
m m '
CENTRAL AMERICANS WARLIKE
PANAMA, Isthmus of Panama, May 'l.Houdurau Is concentrating
troops on the fluntcmalnu fiontlor.
SECRETARY METOALF ARRIVES
OAKLAND, Cat., Mny 1. Socretary of tho Navy Metcalf has ar
rived hero to welcome tho Hnttlcshlp Kleet.
111 1 - 1 J I. It J " . X' 1 ' - I - a. I I
"MASCOT'' TICKET3 MUST
BE TAKEN BEFQRE 4 P. M.
"Tho Mascot," which was played
eo successfully to n crowded hoiuo
labt Thursday, will bo repeated at the
Opera Houso tonight. Tho general
opinion of all who saw last Thuis
day's production is that It was a brll-
tof Hunt Buccess in fact overybody is
most cnfhiralustlc in praise 01 tnai
Tonight's production will,- If pos
sible, bo oven n little hotter than
bo hold after 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Somo'of the best seats for Thurs
day weio engaged and wcor held un
diiy worn engaged and wuro hold un
called for. TIjo management, wish
ing to bo fair to all, has thercforo
madu this 1 tiling. No tickets to be
held after 4 p. m.
One of tho most cnjoyuble events
nf tho coming week will be tho musl
calo to bo glvon by the Qleaners In
connection with their lawn party at
rtlunk hooks of ill sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tht Bulletin Pub
Thuisdny's, ns now tho led is broken I tho home of Mrs. Theodore Hlchnrds
nil concerned In "Tho Mnscot" Know Saturday afternoon.
what the public thinks, nnd 1110 not! All music-lovers will rejoice at tho
a Hinged It Is understood that tho lint-!11 " afraid to trust themseUcs to tho opportunity of hearing Mrs. Allan
IHiuuu uguiu. I lYJiiiQ nun irs, teiiiiuy 1 eei, uuiu ui
There Is ovory Indication of nnoth-,whom havo kindly consented to sing,
or fullliouse tonight, ns neatly ocry.Tho lest of the program will consist
roat Is now taken, fheio being but a of a piano solo by Mrs. Westorvelt; a
very few good ones left. violin quartet by Mesdniucs Ingalls,
In rospect to this, tho management Cooper und Hoss nnd Miss Damon; a
2 ' tor of Hawaiian tours will be puisucd
3 iictlvoly with Mr. Collvor on his ro-
llllll II) llOSKIll in August,
Pote Bulllvnn Is nut with a chal
lenge to Tied. Landers', Phil Iliock,
P.ieKoy Mcl'iu l.uul or any other light wishes it cleat ly understood that ltd Ring by some of the Knwulahao girls
weight now In tho gnmo.
"JftL-- A. ' ,.
tickets for tonight's porformarico will und a recitation by Mis, McCundless.
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