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That dojontlcnrv in women is a mental condition often
traceable to some distinctly female ill I
Women who are well do not have the blues, neither arc
llicy irritable and restless. Derangement of the female
organism breeds all kinds of miserable feelings such as back
ache, headache, and bearing-down feelings. Try Lydia E.
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound. There is no doubt that
it has made many remarkable cures of female ills after all
other means had failed. There is hardly a day that some
.woman does not write us that this simple old medicine,
made only of roots and herbs, has cured her of a severe
illness after several doctors had done their best and failed.
Here are two such letters read them they are
genuine and reliable.
llnltliiioro, ILL -"Tor four yonrs my life ami n inNerv to
inn. I liml ittffeietl with fenmle troubles mi long Hint I muh
ilIouiiniKoiI. I Inn) j.'lou up all hope of ei,er Lolnir well -Alien
I Lectin to tulcn Lvtllii i:. IMnl-liuinN Vef-etiilile Ciiiii-intmiL It
rcttiri-il in health aixl I felt as though new life linil hocii
Ulven mi1, mill I iiiii rri'oiiiiiK-iiillnir it to all mv frlciuls."
Sirs W. S. Kuril, lDUS l.iiti-olovv lie St., Ilultlinnre, 3Iil.
IliH'Klntiil, Me. "I was Irotihloil for n loair iliac Mltli pnlns
in nn Lack ami slilo anil min inl-tornhle In eerj way. 1 liail
ilnotnroil until I as ilNcouraucil ami tlioticlit I mimiIiI ne-.er
Rot well. I inul u testimonial alioiit l.ilia i:. IMnLliaiii'is Veirc-
Jnlilo roiiiiiiiiiml ami Ihouclit I -.vmilil try It.
' After InLliifr throe Lotties I neer u mi Mrll In mv life.
I nm ret imtMiiIliisr LMlla i:. IMiikliani's WkoIhIiIo CiiniiMinnil
to nil in frlomls."-.-lrs. Will Vinmir, (I (.'oliimbla Ati'iiuc,
1 or : timis I.xlla i:. IMnklinin's Vofrctalilo
Ci)iilioiinil Iiiis Iiccii tilt standaril rriurih for
feinalo UN. No UU Moman iloi-s justli-o to
IiiTHflf who will not in this famous nir.llcliic.
Mnilo om-IilUi-M fiom roots anil lierLs, ami
has thousands of k urrs to Its rn-illt.
paJ5lrs. Plnkliniu Imltrs all Mck women
W write her for uilvlcc. Sim has
Cilliloil tlioiisamls to health free of charge.
Aildros Jlrs. lMukliam, Ijjiiii, JIass.
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Most refneemtor compnnies, throuKh n sltort-siRhtcd
pclicv, tuni out cheap ice boxes bv the hundred at bis
nre nil carefully built to cue the brst service of which a
Ikinucrntor is capabh, for efficiency, economy, nnd con-cmcncc.
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DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
if ii? if
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The most ponular
place in lawn.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Inek Sntllv Jack Roberts
Twcn'y-Thlrd Day Atternono Session
i'H'u nr iiuiwt'L'ii int? j.i.'i:uiiu
mill l.uslslallv c driiiiclie nf tdu Tor-
iltorlnl i:incriiiii(tit In Intultis, mill
Imstlllllus siiMii IHIilo In riininicnre nd
imiKt mo liioiiiilit Thu LuKliblillO
shows n illcpoallloii to illmcijiril or
liolnti'ill) to Ignore tlio uIpIh'h of tdo
(ioMMiior nn uxpiemii'il In lila iiichs.iri!
mill In the iiiliiiliilntriitloii Mil, mul It
In imiio tlimi rrl iblo tlmt aflci minis
ItU lhemieles for n while d imiicli
Iiik liolca In the lni'lK"t midinlttisl dy
the tlmi'iniir In the xhnpc, (if nppro
pilallnii hlllM tlio Senate ami House
will Ihiou them out mul milmtltute
ine.mureH of tdeli on iniutlilcil iiIoiik
enthel) cllffirent Hiick.
The llnnne onleril.iy nflirnoon, hIi
IIiik im ii Committee of the Whole, re
mined Ub cllortti'it of the ih hefoi
of cutting mul hI'pIiIiik the iiiliiiliilstrii
tlon Ciinent t:peune Appropriation
IIIII, uiemliiK to take the Keenest en
Jojineiit In rhiinKlns nil the (lowru
in h "Ktlmatex. mul rudlili It In l
KoiulliiK for the Oincrnor'K upitKon
tutlvu. Secretary Mott Smith, to kco
(Continued from P?a: I)
rr.iIiH. lolMterH or au, oilier Kea pin
iluelH kept In cold KtoraK", except the
Feven .irlutleH of Uiinallr.ii nh men
tloneil In tdo dill
"enabling Act" Passed.
Tlio Hiconil "cnndllng act." to take
tlio place of tho first one, ctoeil dy
the Oonrnor, vns hurried thniiiKh tho
IIoiim at the same inpld rate that
m irki d the passage of the II rid one.
Introduced Mo.i'U. It passed second
muling jesterd.i and came up for
Ithlnl reailliiK this mornlnK This dill.
'known ns llnu'e IIIII l-'.u pnnldisonly
j tor th" pi or tliorc employtes In tdu
road ilepmtmeiit who were nppitlnled
dj the Supenlni-n. thn llouso ImvliiK
I learned li esn rlctiro that the Oo-
lirmir niuii noi uiiow mo peoples
moue to lie wasted lii ii.uliu; two
iseis (ii empioM.es lor worK iiiinp y
onl one set
Oi rourM. doweer, no meaeurn
leaving out the Tern appointees could
do expected to pass without opposi
tion. Moaniull was tlio one who stnrt
eil the ticiidlu lie tnmlnj: to defer nc
tlon until a Ftutement rouM ho se
cond ns to what uien d.iu moiie) due
them, and lion miuli
Hire stale il Hint, till the names of
those who bud done work foi tlio Gov
ernor were on file at the C'ount And
Itor's olllct mid If Ihov were all Incur -
isiraled In the dill It would (111 two ,J,:'5 2I U Ide mueiulment dad passed,
or tlireo pws or it news) aper when ! " """''I h.io cut ilonn the Income by
tho net was pilntiil He thought tho j "7,a07 '". "o thought Kmilhn showed
Mil) in was willing tint these men P""'1 s,tl'" "' "P'MisltiK the dill. ThU
should do pall, as ho dad won out in ' m cncoiiruRoil tdo Miqlferous Htntes
u wa. mid Idere would do m tiondloi "ln" fr,"n Kdnln that ho dcgim n now
Itlce's aigiimeul prevail! il mul the
dill was put on its passage, tho Milo
standing 2'i to 4 in finor of its pan
nage Those who Mited nn wero Ku
ulho Like, Moanmill mid Nawahlno
Sheldon's bioken glass dill, making
ita nilsileiniunor loscittei In the road """ ""' ' i tnninilllec Had roe
glass, larks, tin cms, nails or nil '""imended Its passage. TIiIb started
thing else capable of piuii tiirlng tlio ' K'ililopu, who nipiwed Hie dill bo
ll n ot mi nuliitiiiidlle, lame up ror , n""" ""' clt" '""I Count) of O.ihu
third reading Sheldon iiiom d Hh'"""''! I'isi. $Iinon in two j.ns Hi
passage Nawnhlne wanted the bill f,,l",l d.il ir the bill pi-sod and Ihl .
TT ,moro enrefullj considered lie was
nPiilircaU If It weio bastlh passed, the
u i l J a i ...,, , ., ,.
day Sheldon explained
It nppeaied fnim stnteini ills made
1.5 Nawablne ami Kunlho Hint tliete
was a mistake In tho tiansbilloii of the
word "mallcloush" In tho bill. Kniil-
ho waiued tho I'rlutlns Ciininillleo to
J ' ui I
Siiii.o nllicr hit Ini'BH wiic trntiH.icti'il
j define tlic lloime tnok up Hie nppro-
iniiiiiiiii inn, me mum iiiiiHirinni lie
Iiik llio Introidictlon (if tdu tun resoln
tlnim ik'allnK ulth the Kuvl laws mil
llio tnusenco of DcdKiito Kudlo.
Pound Bill Killed,
llonso Hill 12.1, the Pound IIIII, In
Iroilucud dy Cor-rn, wlilrli llio lloimo
piiKned In Ida iiiornlnK, wa postponed
I Cohen's lillln, No 8 and No 3, to re
pent nil tlio lneonie lax Ii8, weie
Tlio riti'incu Coininltteo tecotuuieml
cil tlio paHHiiga of Cohen'H dill No, 1.30.
mining tlio Income tax exemption to
That Coffee Tariff.
ShlllRle'M coffi" lesoliiUon, rnllhu!
upon Corigre?! t Impose a tariff on
coffee, was ncaln Introiluceil, to do
adopted mul Kent to llio new Con
Kreim. Second Reading.
II. I). 129, Kavewilil, to divide the
County of Hawaii Inlo Inn count leu.
II. II. 137. Cohen, Ktlinol haliiRS
do inoro careful
I.Ike with his usual Intelligence
wanted to know who would lie pun
Islieil It the wind should lilow paper
out of tdo Kurliage doxes mul scitter
It nlonn the stiect Hheldcti pitlcntly
tried to sntlsf tho diltllant Demo
cratic mcindeiH, lint as soon ns I.Ike
Hiibslded, Knnlho had another Hpasm
sidIiik nothliiK. is usual Plnally the
Speaker wielded the clud and forced
u Note Tho dill passed 26 to 2.
Sheldon's miM KamdllnK dill, No
1.11, makliiK It an offense against the
I laws to pla) cards, domluoos, dice or
mi oilier Kiuno of like n.itiiro dililml
oarrlraded dmirs was passed dy unan
Cohen's IIIII, No 130, raising tlio In
come tax exemption to J I, "00, called
forth another oelfenius durst of or-
ntorj A (Tan so oluod nn amen Imeiit
to raise the exemption still lilKlier. In
' ssunn K'nniiwi nr...i in.. .... ,.,...,.
(.-' - -.. ... w -.. iiui.1
dull ut this, denouncing hill .ml
amendment alike It would do mi out
rage, lie nnlil, tn luako the rich pa)
all the tuxes while tho poor slmpl) sat
dy nnd watched their more opulent
neighbors puiigle up. Knnlho nsualh
poses ns llio little Inother of the jsior
lint couldn't leslct tho opportunity tn
Impress the audience In tlio B'lllery
with dls eloquence,
Tho amendment was killed. Shingle
then rose to oppose tlio dill. Ho stat
ed that If It passed tho re nines of tho
1 Torrl"" """''I '' decreased dy Jar,,
speech expatiating on the necesslt)
lor oconoim anil the lnadlsablllt) of
ilccieaslag tho ruxonneH or tho Ten I
lory and the Counties
lllco showed Just what sliaic of tho
less the counties would lose by the
passage of tho bill, stntlng, bowewr
""""" "' l't In the County. Hi
'",l"1" W""M "" dankrupt Ho io
feried to Kmillio's bill in t!v,. n...
,iouuiiis i.ii per ctut or tho tovenues,
,I"B l't' ,l,",,K,lt " " ,r',""1 ,'111- "
"J1" lfr'"LiBo iiuglit to f.o raised to
'; l"r tent. Hut ho foirul that ir
c" "-'"i' ''"I passed, Kmillio's would
l"11 '" "Llt 'drough
i It' .1- WBiiULLU
Corren favored tho passige of tdo
dill Ho said that those who ate not
p.ilng mi income tax now arc ino
doctors mul older professional moil
whoso Inco'mc It Is Impossible tn ns
certain Tho men nn'sahr'es arc tho
Mich who mo palng the ttx.
Colien got tdo floor. He was stir
pilred at Knlclopu's attitude, as tdo
gentleman fiom tdu I'lflli had all tho
tlino lieretofore lietn In fiuor of nils
lug tho exemption, lie couldn't sco
that tdo loss of $17,000 was going to
dankrupt tho Territory This $17,000
would lie glen back In tho liboiliu
man, tho emplojec, who li now paying
tlio tax "Is It just tn inipoie n t'i on
labor? In roen States this tax d.is
deen knocked nut. It Is foi that rc.i
tun Hint I opixiscd tlio entire Incomu
tux Idea. Hut ir wo can't knock It out
oitlrcl, I nm In favor of removing tho
tax on tho wages or the poor, man The
cellmates li.ne shown that the Income
tax fiom the pi iiitullons Is going to bo
$100,OC0 more limn last cnr. In tdo
faeo of Hint what Is the loss of this
"Income tax mcmiB a tnx on a man's
Income, not upon n man's labor. Is It
Just to tax the labor of the working'
man? Take tho salaried man In thin
town. When, on account of tho in
ci ease In the cost of llvlnit do finds
himself In debt tn dls rrocer, is II
light to tax his Income? I moo tlio
Kiilclopu odjected, snlng the mo
tion was out of order It wasn't but
to mnko assurance doubly suro Affonsn
ntsn mmed tho previous question. Tho
bill was put on Its passage, nnd went
through by a olo of 1!) to n. Muaiin
till mid Knlulopu voted no wild tho
May Employ Non Cltlzem.
Sennte IIIII 17, profiling that wdcio
it Is Impracticable to get Interpreters
nr sillier court ofllcerRiilio are citizen'
non citizens may be emplojeil, was
taken upon third readlii" Kalelopu,
of course, opposed the bill, nrinlng
that citizens should bo rmplojed
whether or no. Sdliiglo offered nn
amendment tn substitute the word
"Impossible" for the word "linpra"-
tlcable." but Hire argued against tills
and (do amendment was lost.
Knnlho offered anotlier Miiendnieiil
tdo effect of whlili would du tn mil 1 1
fy tho dill. Ills amendment, however,
was tabled Carle) moved tdo pass
ago of tlio dill.
After nioie hot air hail been spilled
over tho measure the o'e was taken
and tho dill passed, ti to 0.
Human Bones Sacred.
Semite IIIII f2, making 'I n felony
tn disinter, disturb, scatter or remove
human dunes from nnv liurli.1 place
cave, cemetery or vault, and making
violation of tdo provisions ot tpe act
puuli-linlilo dy Imprisonment ' tvi
ears or a film of $'000 pat-sid tlio
House without debate.
The House also, dy nvotn of 21 to I,
passed Bennto IIIII 82, ror ;!io tiller
or Levi C. Lyman, of Hllo. The bill
appropriates $a01.ir to icli'il-mse I
man for two liiuuestead lots .oinead
ered li him
Concurred and Non Curred.
Consideration of the Pen ill ameii.l
ment to House IIIII lfi, Coti's meas
uro to provldu for tho iiiilnteiiiiiieo
and support of thu fumllj ot a de
ceased person pending tho s-ltleuieut
of tho estate, resulted in tlio House
non iiinenre. A conference commit
ti o, consisting of Castro, Kimli.ii mid
Moannull, was apiKilnted Tho House
voted to concur in thu Senate .miend
niciil tn House, Il 21, the I'inluis u,
Shlnglu Introduced a bill piovldlng
for the acquisition or land mul other
piopeit) ror public puriioses The bill
provides that wden prhnte proierl
Is I eq u I red for a public use nnd nn
special provisions made for itti acquis!
Hon, nnv public laud which tnlhht dv
law bo exchanged for such pilito
property may Willi tho nppiovnl of tho
Cioverimr. do sold at public iiikIIoii
and the pioccods used tor tdo acqulsl
Hon or Hie private property
A WH-d BUI.
I.Ike intiodiiceil n dill movld'eg that
mad ladoieis and others In the public
einplo) "shall tecelvo thelt paj on
legal hu'ldajs." This might iiiun vn
lions things. I'erhnps Liko inieiids
that bollda.VH shall bo pi di'.vs. rr
ma.vbo he ineans Hint fie lahoiciH
tluill do p-ild foi tlio days t! cj d-ui't
work This, of course, vvnuM Intitule
Sunda.v Tho weirdly vvonled III'
might mean almost mo thing
Too Much Hanahana.
Thu Clork toad n petition h.nr tho
gonitis of Oaliu prison asl'lng foi an
lutieaso In their sulmles TIo want
a ralso from $50 tn $U5 a month, mdH
llio enptiilns fiom $7 to $75 a month
The gist or their complaint Is that
they have tn wmk too haul.
Resolution for Money.
Tho follow lug resolutions to nppin.
piiato lunnej vvoro Intioduced;
Kealiivvan, $1500, for n now waler
neilii foi Kalepolepo to Walaleulo,
Nauuhlue. $30 000 tn complete tho
now ro.ul fiom Makalltia to Kalnhakii
I.llo- $"'0 to erect a bund stimil at
Atklimm l'ailt, Honolulu
Kamiinoulti, $3100 ror opening, wid
ening anil cMenlliig Cook blieet In
King stiect Honolulu
II II 138, Kulolopii. piohlbltlng the
sale of certain Iced fish Health and
II II 111, Llko to pay Honolulu
mail ladoieis $2 a da) MlFcellanooii
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