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KVKXINH IIUI.U2TIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATtmDAY, .IAN. 3", 1000.
ONE OF THE HAPPY HOMES IN CANADA
WHERE PE-RU-NA IS USED IN THE FAMILY.
A Great Many Mothers Have Discovered That a Few Doses of
Peruna Given at the Right Time Prevent Much Sickness.
Mrs. A. F. Knudsen To Take Up Work
For Conservation Of Natural Resources
Saved Tliclr Oov' Life,
M r. Kamcst 1 lo;limatli, 101 Mania St., Dos Moines, Iowa, U. 8. A..
"Two years sen our lltllo liov, Herman, was taken down with
scarlet fever, lie look cold wlih II, and Instead or the, eruptions
coming to Ilia airfare, Ihcy affected hi lutiu- mill stomach,
"tnrwNk'we watched liv lil hcdldc, hardlv expecting lilm lo
live fnim one lioitr to tlio next. I'itially, Iio liecamo a lltllo hotter,
anil was able to sit up. '
"Then ho commenced to cough, and In spllon.f everything wo could
ilu, lie seemed tii get worso nil I lie lime, ill roughing spoils would
Inst iinlll liu was completely cxhnulcd, mill Mix lung liiirt lilm n
irrent ileal. Kvcryliody Ihuiiglit lie liail enniinnitlnn.
"'Ao thought wo would try lV-ruiin. Wo Imuglit it lioltle, quit
everything clue, nml licgiin giving lilm l'eruna nn directed. After
he had taken tun Iwttles lis wan perfectly cured.
nearly, iimnny noy.
Delegat3 From Hawaii
To Rivers and Harbor
GUFFORD PINCHOTS LETTER
TELLS OF GREAT MOVEMENT
Mr. i:il,i Hooker, Utiiultiru, Sart.,
N. W. T., Can., writes! "I -uttered
Willi Internal eatarrh until I wrote
to Dr. Ilartman, and after taking
treatment a- ho advised I can say I
am now cured of this most trying
111 If I Inn, for whleli t am truly
thankful. I think l'eruna the lies!
medlolno for eatarrh. I never felt
hotter In my life than I do at pres
ent." In a later letter Mrs. ll-okcr says:
"I can truthfully fay from oxpcrl
eneo l'eruna Is a most wonderful
medicine, and In t lie cno of my little
daughter, KUle Hooker, It did all I
eould wish for, and I am entirely
willing that you may publish a test!
monlal In regard to her cure."
Mrs. Bchopfer, 5W) I'rcscott Ave, 8t.
Ixnila, Missouri, V. 8. A., writes:
"In tho early part of last year I wrote
to you for advlco for my daughter Alice,
four years of ago. 8ho was a puny,
Mlckly, ailing child since she was horn,
fiho had convulsions and catarrhal
"I was always doctoring until wn com
menced to use l'oruna. Shotfrew strong
"l'eruna is a wonderful tonic ; tho best
medlolno I havo ever used,
"I was In a very wretched condition
when I commenced to tako l'eruna. I
had catarrh all through my whole Inxly,
and thank God, your uicdlclnu sot inc all
right. I would not havo auy Cher
"l'eruna cured mybabyhnyut a very
bad spell of eold nnd fever, llelsahlg,
healthy boy fifteen mouths old. I have
given lilm l'eruna off and on sinco ho
was horn. I think that Is why he Is
"I cannot praWoPcrnna enough. Wo
have not had n doctor since wo began to
use l'eruna all pralso to It."
Child Now llcolthv.
Mrs. (I. W. Heard, of Hon th, Texas,
U.S. A.,wrlles to Dr. Ilartman In regard
to her baby girl, Huliy :
"My little girl was two years old this
January. Him had come derangement
of the bowels. She., win a mero tkelo
ton, and we did nuX think ah would
ever get well.
"She had lieen sick llirs or four
months, and after giving her lex than
mo Ixittle of l'eruna she was sound and
"I found tho l'eruna splendid for
wind colic, with which sho was troubled
when rhebegan to Improve In strength
"Now sho has a good oppullte anil Is
picture of health."
Baby With Indlfratlon.
Mrs. J, M. Ilrown, Dunnegan, Mis
souri, I'.R. AH writes;
"My lltllo daughter, three years old,
was troubled with a very bad cough,
which remained after an attock of ca-'
tarrlml fever, which was a great deal
worse at night. Sho would wako up
out of her sleep nnd cough until I
feared sho could not stand It. Nothing
that wo gave her seemed to do her any
"I Ihcn concluded to send for Pr. '
Hartman's hook, entitled 'Tho Ills of
Ufc,' which I promptly received. I at
tho samo tlmo commenced giving her
Pnriina. Hho has taken one bottle In
all, through whloh she has obtained
"Sho alsoslitco her birth tn troubled '
with Indigestion, but since sho ban
taken lYrima sho can eat almost auy
kind of food without any bad results.
"She Is now as well and happy as
any little girl can bu. When our friends
say how well tho looks, I tell'thom
l'eruna did it. I shall always bo a
friend of l'eruna, as I consider it tho
best medicine for coughs and Indiges
tion wo havo ever tried, and will rcc
iiimncnd It to any one similarly af
flicted." Child Benefited by Pc-ru-na.
Mrs. 1'rlu lioclhc, I'lnckneyvllln,
Illinois, V. 8. A., writes:
"I feel real -well, nnd am glad I am
able to say this. Ono of my children
had a fever lor tire months, nothing
nould help htm. Tho doctor said II
was malarial fever, but his medicine
did not help him at all.
"I then gavo him l'eruna, and it helped
him Immediately, and so far ho has not
had another attach of It.
"When I wroto to Dr. Itcrlman t was
unable to do my housework, now I am
Mrs. Knudsen Had Pleasant Call on
resident Found Everyone
Deeply Interested in
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The following wholesale druggists w ill supply the retail trade: BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
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Mlm. A. V. Knu.lsei,. rrcriitly r'
turned from the States hml n most In
tprcBting pxM'rlenci' In W.irhlngton.
torcntlng rxiwrleiico in Washington,
where fhe went to nltcnil tlio Woman's
Illvcra nnd llnrhnra Congrcas nt which
i-ho fciirescntod tho Territory of
Tho kestdmis "f tlio Congrvsa were
of intenxc Interest nnd most Instruct
Ivo. Mrs. Knudsen nlso found tint ev
eryone was deeply Interested In Ha
waii nnd mikloiis to lenm of It. Sho
called on the President with Mr. I'lii
chnt and by n colncldenro rnlted nt
tho sntnc time that 8lr llnraco I'ltink
ctt of Irolun I had nu lnlorluw with
Mr. IliHiiovi'lt. Tho President re
tnnrked liow nppriiirl.tte It was Hint
two representatives of far distant roc.'
tlons of tho earth shniild romu togeth
er In much the name cause.
Mm. Ktiuilsen, nx the delegate from
this Tcriltnry. will do her utmost to
Interest the ladle of llnwnii In the
great work which Is iitullncd very
clearly in lln llterntiirn of Congress
nnd tho writings of tho ninny enthus
iastic workers In every Stnte.
Hon. Ol.Tord Plnehnl, who aihlresjed
tho Woman's National Hirers and liar
bora Congress, einphntlzed the nee.
penalty nt ciliicnthig the chlhlren In
tho public schools along the lines of
Mr. .OilTor.l I'lncliot, United 8tnti'H
lurcstcr, ntnted n n niugnzinc article
Hint tho country Is on tho verge uf a
timber famine, tlmt the timber mipply
will lust bnruly thirty years, that tho
hardwood Kiipply Is much nearer ex
haustion than thu noil wHd supp:y,
mi(l our, only Kiiurco of hardwood now
la tlio Appalachian region.
On irforestntlnii and Hoods ho said:
"I have stood with one foot on each
side of a lit t lo hrixik and wnshed my
l.unds and fnco In It, In the summer
time, wicn the water was low; and this
hiiino brook, which had Its head in the
Meep Holies on which the forest had
bien destroyed, hnd, during floods,
carried and plied up hemlock logs
three, feet through and twenty feet
long In wlndrowB and had moved
boulders ol many tons In weight. This
wan simply because of tho defori'stn
tlnn of this utcop watershed with ,i
Mr- Pint-hot stated that our, nallmril
furcbtH nrc ndfHiipiirtlng, nnd will, as
In (lertuiiny, yield u revenue. The Ap
palachian foreHta which ho haa per
auanlly known for voventeen yearn,
will ho a valuablu liivertmcut for the
Transportation Is the vital f.ict in
the coiumerctnl grow'lli and pi-sM'rlty
of tlin country, Transportation rato is
n lax iiion the community. Tho power
ut rinitrolllng thai rato Includes the
tower of maklns or unmaking any par
ticular community. Therefore wo are
vitally Interested In any measure that
look in the reduction of tho transpor
tation charge, and to the furnishing of
lomo ndcqtfUlo control nf trnnspnrta
Mr. I'lncliot was u prominent mem
ber of tho Public, Lauds Commission
which I'rurhti'iit IlooHovolt iippnlnled
In 1303. mid which Invcrtlgntoil Iho
pulille landH thoroughly and submit-
Mid u geiiernl public landii policy. From
his and the existing forest policy the
development of a hrouder and mure
comprehensive plan was Inuv liable.
that ! a policy for Iho1 conservation
of the roimlry'n natural resoiireoK. In
his speech at Jamestown, Vn., nearly
two eiim ngo, IVeshlcnt ltoosovelt re
viewed tlieso x)llclia and iiihled:
8o much for what wo aro trying lo
do In utilizing our public lauds for tho
public; in-securing the use of the
water, tlio foretts, the ccmI, jikI the
timber for Iho public. In all four mnvn.
meats my chief advlaor, and tho man
fust to suggest to mo tho process
which has actually pioved so bono
flclal, was Mr. Glfford I'lncliot. Ilu'
Chief of tho National Forest Service
Mr. I'lncliot ,lso HiiKKeslml to mo n
movement suppleme'htnry to nil o
these inovoincntB. ono which will It
ndf lend tho way In tho general move
ment which he represents mid with
which ho Is actively Identified, Tor tho
conservation of all Our natural re
Kiurces. The following letter, received by
Mm. Kiindsen while In Washington,
I). C, shows the Interest taken by ilu
.Minimal loresier in me coiisei-vatlon
work lu Hawaii:
United Slntes Department of Agricul
ture, I'orost Service, Washlnglun
New York, December 20. 1D0S.
Aly Dear Mr. Kiiiiib-en;- You hni
li.'i'ii kind niough to "i ukki'sI that I
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'lAtmRCvr CAnrvi j:e
Hon. (IIITord l'llirhol, head or (he Nil
tlounl tortiliy buruaii, mi'l .1. .1. lllll
nnd Andiew Carnegie, who were no
tlve'paitUip.iutH ill tlio leeetit lllver
ami Harbor Coiigress Held In WiikIi
ltigtoii. Theso men uihlreBsed Iho
Woman's Congrosu at which Mrs. A.
!'. Knudsen l oprcwnlvd Hawaii.
might send Uirough you to the women
of tho Hawaiian Islands a word nboitt
their sliaio In (hog re.it movement for
forest protection which Is now sweep
ing over tlio whole country. I do so
Willi the keener! pleasure, becuise Iho
part of tho women .In this gp-at mine
nienl has overyw hero been not only,
an Important on for the present, hut
lie esM-utl'il p-irl when we cinne lo
mushier Urn futuie. II Is Just as nat
ural for flic woiii"ii to occupy Ihein
iclws mainly with 'the cniidllltm of
Hie Nation In the future, when Ilu- rhll
droll of today will hnve taken iharge
of the National affairs, it It Is almost
inevitable that the men will give their
principal attention to the iiiisllnn ami
decisions which we must miko" now.
These iiucstlcmt and decisions, concern
tho future not less than Iho present.
hut after all those'who control the dill-
dren control tho Nation of Hie future, very few communities have inndo aucli
It tlriH happened over and over again i piogiesH .is joura toward piaellcal for
that'the women havo taken tho leading est pieiierviitlon, There remaliiK, ot
pint in establishing forestry In vnil-1 court-e, a very large work lo he done,
ins imrts of Iho United States. In ou aie forlnnutb lu having so good 'i
Pennsylvania Iho whole movement he man lis Mr. Dimmer as our forester
gnu with tho wc.nien: In Mlnnewit'i lo assist you In tho work. More hit
I hey took the lab'iring on lu est-iblbh- lortnnt ft 111 Is your Interest In ptihllo
lug tho Mlniicriil.i National l-'oresi. ipiexllons, whlili led you to bi-hI your
And the growing Inlercvt lu fore I I lepnireiilallvi-. mi n'li'i'ia'ily rlrwon. In
l.riti'rvnllon on the pnl of Iho If'-der- : the im thus of the Itlvers .Mid II irborw
i.llou of Women's Club', The Nlkii'-.l t'oii-.-risi in.l -ilu- -lnl.it Conyervii'lon
Mnllierii' Coust'i-rn ei'.il other pn-a' ' t'onl'en me. 1 welcome the import im-
bodies ol women. In one of Hie most My tor eoopenitloa wllh ! ou for tho
lioofut Ihliig-.i fin all of mi who n.v
Inleresled In eeemlig lor Ilu- futuie
so far iih we ran, sonic hem-fit frnni
Iho fni cMs wbleli wo enjoy today.
You in Hawaii have a peculiar Inter
est lu Ihfs c.tnstlon. Nowhere are for
ests nml w-uer supply mora I'.itlmite
ly connected llinn In the Islnnils. utid
l-'orcsl 8erlei. and I am-lire ,"U that
tin- Hervlee will nlwuvu welennie Iho
oiipiv-limltv lo do wlixt If can to help
nhiiiit. One i-f the thlii't-. I wiul ino.it
i., a ch.iuco to vli'lt I Iio Islumla.
Ver elnroely yours.
Washington State Tax Commission
Says Law' Is Model One
OI.YMPIA, Wash.--The Inherit-
mice tax law results in producing an
annual ineomo of Jfi.'.lKHl, iiccordiiig
to the bleiitiliil icport of the Htato
Tax Couimbalon now being prepared.
This ii.'iioit uhowH that during the
llrst four years tho law was In oper
ation, ending .lime lit, liiii.,, the
total locolplH f nun this lax was hut
53. 1 "5.:!.-1. Later thin collection or
the tax was placed with the T.i.x
Ciiiinnl-sloii, and In tho two year
ending Juno :n, IltOK, Iho eomml.
slon i-olloctcd and tinned Into the
treasury U I.0SS.81.
The Commission saya that 22 '
i uses for Hie collection of Hie tax mo J
Mill pending in the tour's.
l Tho report nlso rutor.i lo tho taut
that foreign rountiles have protested i
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, IHV -. l .till I ,J.t.l,..j ... uiuiv
that a law piiHicd by tlio Inst i.cglsla
luic violates tiealy ngrcicmonlK In
Hint It levied a heavier tax on prop-
city passing lo non-resident foreign j
Ik lis than Is luvied where the helra
icslilo In tho United Stales.
As o wholo, tho Commission de
dales Hie Inheritance tax law is a
model one. and the only amendment
suggested Is ono requiring copied of
liiventorltM of nil estates to bu sent
ti the Commission.
I:i IU teportthc Commission will
iTCommoud a new law which will cut
off the light of llilicilliiueo of collat-
1 et nl heirs he) nnd the third degree of
Ilenn .Mentors of Munich declares
that Tuft's election gave great satis
faction lu (icrmuny because the peo
ple over llieie helli'Vo his will he u
Kv t ?,o pB
I All 'nclliu.- or Inbm union six aro i-iyB tlto buiukiiI of riaimiel
(inr.i.1- . John Mlt'hell, and K. , m, Moirsi. i. the he.ob or thu
.,iei ii.ui I'l'derttlon id l.a'ioi "entenced by Judge Unlit or !he Ills
tilu or t'liluinblu tm ei .iteni.i: Of iint lu ri-.iiiii-tlou with I'.io iiillng
umiliul boycotts Meeting, of Union labor bodies In m.ni ciibiiavo
itdopteil resolulloiiH ileiiouni'lng iho netloii of the Siiuieine Court of
the Dlstilet of Columbia as "a pait of a genernl movement ugnlimt
fiee speech." Piesldent llooseveli litis asl.ed for the imperii lu tho
i line and Is believed In he plana lug mine iirlluli. lu Hie !iei-uiuiiiiy-lug
cut Iho Ihreo men from left lo right are Mm rlmin, tlouipers,
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