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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, March 31, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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Dr. Vicente Santoni of the
Medical Faculty,1 Paris,
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t Pcrtina in Hot Countries. '
Now Practicing in
Ponce, Porto Rico,
J he undersigned,
Dr. Vicente Santoni,
oj the Medical Fac
ulty oj Paris, prac
ticing in Ponce, Porto
"I have been using
the p rep a ra t i o n
known as Peruna for
sometime, for ca
tarrhal diseases, al
ways obtaining excel
lent results. It is a
nnnJ hvnhnvntimi find
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Izoill always use it in
cases for which it is
In tnmr countries tho atmosphere t natural tonic. Low temporalurp,
litgh altitude, with nil ntmunphoro rlrh In oxygen, nro Invigorating to tlio
lieoplo. Huch people nro vigorous of body, quick In nctlon, and enterprising-
Other countries nro nt no fortunate. High Uvmperature, low altitude,
llttlo oxygen, and tho;ntmo.phcro nnlurnlly deprciwlng.
Tonlr become almoot a necessity of tho everyday life. A scientific tonic
In .1 Urge riVtfroc mitlgMr tlm untoward effect of a depressing climate.
A (trcBt innny year, ago Dr. Ilartman dovlfcd I'cruna, Its mauufacturo
liai Iwcn under IiIh watchful enro evcr'slnco.
To make of It a rollahlo and safo tonlo which rotild ho taken any length
of time without producing a drug habit has been tho amliltlun of Dr.
That he ho succeeded In bringing I'cruna up lo this high Ideal Is appar
ent b the world-wide reputation which It has attained.
l'yruiin U n tonlo which Is applicable In nil ilopreislng states of the js-
lin. It may bo used ly tho recovering from ncuto ailments, or those who
nro iicprvwcu by cllmatlo lnltueiicus.
Dr. V. Sanloni,
Ponce, P. R.
Testimonial of Dr. Ksleban Vldal y
Itlos, ollli-o l'uui-o, l'orto Hlco. Doctor
of Medicine and Surgery of tho Uni
versity of Madrid, honorary member of
tho I'aculty of Ilarcelon.-i, Cataluna,
Spain, lln practiced In tho hospitals
of Paris and has been admitted to tho
bar of l'orto Hlco.
"I certify that I prescrllm lVrunn, n
remedy for pulmonary diseases, maun
factured by the. I'cruna Drug Cm., ol
Columbus, Ohio, IT. H. A., and that I
have, been surprised by tho quick, mire
results mid Its good pharmacological
formula." K. VlUAI. Y IUos.
1'ouco, J'. It.
The following wholesale druggists will supply the retail trade : BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
It is its
better in the
than in any other
ENGRAVER and ELECTROTYPER
142024 LJMtTfhCt OtNVtB COLO
Broken and Unbroken. Just arriv
ed from the Coast. Personally selec
ted by C. H. BELLINA.
In The Old Days When
White Was Big And
AND TARIFF BILL1
East Controls Committee:
With Last Word j
MR. Will II! COULD NOT
Glir UFI" AN IMITATION
Affair Was Too Exclusive He Dot
Pass for Museum and That
Was All Times Do
(By Alfred Henry Lewis.)
Washington Mnr 1 1 Aintinrmatlur
While Is to step down anil nut dlplo
mutto.illy mill another W to haMi Mn
place nt lliu Prcnch cnpltiil. Tliuio In
it mural In thlH ihikkIiw of Mr. Wliltu
mill Hie stun llioreor. n stury which
iaIhiiIh In ItH chnptviM uor nmru than
liiily jcirn, Hhonlil tvnih tho rcmlor
to ho cnri-fnl of tlio KtrniiKcr within
his Kiiti'u, lrl In Unit ktrntiKcr hu vti
Icrtuln, nil unaware, mi iiiikoI up nnu
who. yprontliiK HiibKCipivnt w limit. Ih
to hecdini) nn iiiikuI. It wiih In 18Si.
Mr. nml Mix Tuft hail Jnxt hi'cn mar-
IimI nml wen' Iruvi'lliiK throiiKli
l'iiniH', wrappcil In thofo rnliibuw
fuhlH of M'litlinutit folk calliMl n
Snubbed the Wrong Peraoni.
Tho Tufts In lliu coiirau of their en
rnptureil rambles caimi to Vk'inin.
Tlioro they found timoiii; other mat
tt'i'H of nionieiit, luoi u or less, Mr.
White. The liilter Rentlonimi was Kec
rt'tnry "of th" leKutlon for tlio United
States nt the blK city on 'the Danube.
It lias ever been the custom of Mr.
White to transact his greutcKt busi
ness nt other people's exiiense. A
uiustnrd heed for manhood, hu liken
power, lines position for the clinnru
It OfflM'S of snulililiiK. ncKlcctliiK, In
siiltliiK those who ciinie to him for
olllclal lielp or finorii.
Also on this Vicuna occnslou in lSSH
he snubbed, neglected. Instilled the
wrong folk. There wns some function
coming off upon u nenr ufternoon. .Mr.
Tnft thought lie'il tnko the Just-ninde
Mis. Tnft to see It. He nskeil Mr.
White, secretary of legation, to see
about an Invitation. To procure such
limitations was not among things Im
possible Mr. Wliltu could lmo bad
tin ni . a merest hint.
Only to the Important.
The opportunity to disapiolnt Home
one was. howecr, too good. Mr.
White embraced It. Upon the morn-
lug of the royal function Mr. Wliltu
sent a note to Mr. Tnft. It ran In
pinrtlcally thesu words:
,-I n:n sorry to Inform you (lint I was
unnhlr to accomplish what you asked.
The affair U cry exclusive. Tho num
ber of Invitations Is limited ami they
hae been ordered sent only to per
sons of importance and distinction. I
Inclose however, tickets lo the muse
um and trust that Mrs. Tuft and one
self will spend a pleasant afternoon."
Mr Tart still has that White letter
It has become, although not filed, tho
big document In what might bo called
"The Case of Ambassador While."
Mr Whlto has forwaiiled lliu usual
foinuil resignation. This was ilono
the moment Mr. Tart was inaugurated,
and It arrixed tho other day. It will
be accepted at once, although such
ALDRICII, HALE AND LOME
WILL DO THE HEVbINQ
NEED NOT WAIT TOR
ANOTHER M A R A
T II 0 N GO TO HA-
LEIWA ANY TIME.
ST. (JLAHl IIIIXiOOD,
Get it Now on our easy-pay-ment
plan, Come in and bear
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P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Seeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases,. Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
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acceptance will come perilously near
breaking the amb.iskailorlal heart of
Mr White who likes his Job.
Mrs. Taft Has a Memory.
That White Vienna letter or 18Mi
will he tho reason, the real reason,
of the diplomatic letting out of Mr,
While Mr. Tart, whoso good nature
is as big or bull and as rotund us his
body, might forgive ami forget, hut
tbi' leseiitmcntH of Mrs Tnrt nro of
a hitter temper. It Is she who Insists
upon the dismissal of Mr. White.
Also tho will have her way. And
why not? Vengeance Is hut the other
elite ol gratitude nml owns us legiti
mate a place In nature. What Is
either hut a pa) lug of debts? A mail
helps Mm mid Jim help him; ho hurts
you and you hurt him: and the fact
that the oilgluul holplug or hurting
happened twenty-threo yeurs ago has
nothing to do either to diminish or
Far East Exercised Strong- Influence
on mil in Its Ordinal Form.
Tariff Lobbyists Arc
WASiiiNirroN, i). r, Mnuii is.
Intense Interest Is manifested In the
leeonbliui'tlou or the Senate C'oiu
inlttce on finance, which Is the real
power In I he making of tho tariff.
The chairman of tho commit Ice, Seti
alor Aldrlch, holds the key lo tarirf
legislation. He has been busy lin
ing MtianilcH on the committee.
I ho positions now vacant wero
held by the late Senator Allison and
Senntois llnnahrough of North Da
kota, I'latt of New York, Hopkins of
Illinois, ami Teller of Colorado,
whoso tcrmo expired March t. The
Senators who wilt become, lncinbors
of the committee arc:
Lodge, Flint, Smoot, and Ciillom,
Heptiblicans, and SlninioiiH uf North
Thus New Knglaud gains a mem
ber ut the, expense of New York and
tho Middle West loses two members
which the Knr West gains. Hint
will llnil his Inlluenco giently In
creased In the Senate and will be In
a position to do Invaluable work for
tho i'aclllc Coast In tariff legisla
tion. He was congratulated today
by Western members on his good
Bill Favors New England
New England now has tlireo pow
erful incmbcis or tho Finance Com
mittee Aldrlch, Halo, anil l-oilge.
The cry has gono tip already Hint
this Is to be a New Knglaud tariff
and there arc signs which point to
tho truth of the charge. Hides ale
placed on the free list, thus giving
New Knglaud maiititactuiers nn ad
antnge In shoe manufacturing at
tho expense of the Western fanncis
It is true there Is a reduction of
tho duty on shoes, but it is rumored
Hint this reduction may bo lost In
the shuffle later on. An Incieased
duty Is placed on high-grade cotton
manufactures, thus shutting out for
eign competitors of New Knglaud
cotton mills, whlto a reduction Is
mado In low-grado cottons manufac
tured In the South. There Is a stiff
protest against this from Southern
Congressmen, but as they nto Dem
ocrats their protest may count for
Washington is nut oi louujisiswuo
aie looking out for particular Indus
tries and schedules. The mall of
Congressmen Is flooded with printed
matter dealing with the great Indus
tries. Although the country accepts
the tariff bill as a genuine effort on
the part of tho Itepubllcaus to rcduco
the tariff, tho feeling In Washington
Is one of skepticism and experienced
obseiveis au saying:
"Walt until wo see what the Sen
ate committee does with tho schedules."
BIBLE NORMAL CLASS.
Theie will bu no meeting or tho
lllhlo Noimal class at Central I'nlon
chinch' tonight. The lesson assigned
will ho taken up at the regular class
hour nuxt Wednesday opening. Inter
est all centers this week .on the com
ing of Iho Cliapmaii-Alexaniler paily,
on Friday. It Is urged upon all who
nro Into) chted In tho success of tlleso
meetings come nut to the midweek
hen Ice tonight. Tho meeting will hu
i preparatory service for tho meetings
of Filday as well as for tho obsennnce
of the I.otd'B Supper a week from Sunday.
Henewed activity In tlio mauufuc
tines or tho United States is shown
by Mailstlcs revealing that Iho lirt
pmth or manufacturers' materials in
.lanuaiv this year In most cases bine
advanced over those of Jauuaiy lfioti
Or- BULLETIN AH3 PAY
Theie will he a new deal nt tho
Motiopolltau Ment Maiket tomoitow,
when William F. Ilcllbron assumes
tho management of tho place.
Changes will hu numerous mid each
one will savor uf Improvement. Mr.
Ilellbion has been for nineteen yea is
connected with tho front of tho mar
ket and has had superintendence uf
the counters. Ills oxpoilcuco there,
with the ot tiers that havo been phon
ed in, has been educational, for it
has taught him the tastes ot tho hiiu
dieds of people who buy meats at
this market. Ho sjh ho will Ini
piove the service so It will not bo
I (-cognized, and tho vegetahlo stand
Is to he the best Honolulu has ever
had us Its soiuco ut supply of main
land and Island fruits and vegetables,
Mr. Sanders rctlies from that do
pai Intent of the market tonight and
his place will be taken by ouo of ex
perience In tho business, Another
and very decided chungo In tho con
duct of tho market will ho In bund
ling accounts I'urchnses mado dur
ing ouo month must ho paid for on
the 1 ."th ot the following month, nr
sooner If the customer elects, or
ci edit will be stopped. This rule Is
luiperalhe and no exceptions will be
The teport In Paris that Hobort
Bacon might bo chosen to succeed
Henry Whlto as ambassador to Franco
has created considerable surpiUe, lis ll
has been uiulerstooil that Mr Whlto
Have You Any
MORE THAN 6000
people in Hono
lulu read the EVENING
BULLETIN every clay.
Don't you think that
you could make a sale
by calling your bargain
to the attention of this
lare number of people?
Certainly if you .vrite
the right sort of an ad
vertisement ankl have
th,e right sort of a bar
gain, the BULLETIN
will find you a bryer.
If you wish to adver
tise, the rates are 1 cent
a word. For display
space in any part of the
paper, 10 cents an inch
per day on yearly contract
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