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i: i:lMI Ht'M.KTIN. HONOLULU, T H, SATI'RDA, .IUNI3 fi, 1900 .
HAPPY WOMEN PRAISE PE-RU-NA.1 TO
ll Is Works, Not HW, Thai ll'in Mtnh V ni-mi famous Throughout The Land.
The mlsjnml llii iniilron alike irnlo IVrutn. ilirls
mul wciincii lime all dUi-oti rwl tin1 Mini' of l'-run-i
The Mix Mid IhnMrs. hiilr been III, n-h In Iiit omi
Iierullnr way, and him-ft'tintl relli-f l laklnu IVruiiu
l'nlr Rlrls ami beautiful uoni.n, frail ilauKhti-rs acid
Milne inoihernoYrr.vwherc hme tnkon IVrmuiauil I. turn
lm i slue In tin-relief of ailment pu-ullnr to Ihelr tex
Vtuta the pram! mother to the Rirl bat-e the gentler tvx
are under numerous obllallon tn l' ruua.
Alt tlila being trttoand the Moimti ilm-s not hesitate
to tell It, her word In the runflilefl) e of other women,
and thus the fame of l'eruna spri-itls from liouolnl I to
lmt'inehold until million of homo ' knivlc(tjro l'eruna
an their farorlle and rullalile fanuh medicine.
l'eruna la good for many minor ills. It can ho nllrfl
upon to mitigate the many dlnnurei able elfeetCof colcl
mul Irregularities t iiiiii"ii among u onion. All tin
ailment; of n' iibal n mite In lone, utthln the op,
nf lnriiilii'i ri l li ill.ll It 1.
$&& XPJif7W J) Internal Catarrh.
"WET) k,. .JSsV.fftW Mr.Vmrl Witbber. Ill Wellington Ht.llr.nl.
VL ff' aVhfU-s,0,A'OM'' SoconiJ v,,' 1'rMldont Woinm'i!
WtiL. Ja f)rtci$ffff'tt )v)! Industrial Li-aKiio.wilte: j
Wm, 5lT' ifCfyi$f$$f I ' "I'asl faU ' cBl n cvoro cold, which '
i 8lls fWuMsliW ! "used Inflammation of the Internal organs. J
U Hi. -J4f!$&, JM$l4fMeJ2$Jl( uffercil eeriirlatltit pains and kept Rotting
fl iW 'GKlilwTsS&ie tZffilFSfe'iHxUi J run produced hj l'eruna, and I mado up my !
V ftt&&P - W$!&h(?6kil(84fl!' mind to trv It for two moiitlia and suo what ft ,
r riS- ' . T&L'ffl&Wf&rfSli would do for in?.
& 5j. " fiMs9ii!b'iirlfSi ! " ithlu one month I fell much better and
L)' MISS U,. 3&$'(g!h?ltA the cloj of th M'pond I llko n now
n OLIVIH" , I' ' ' f,iSSW?fJrSS. 'woman. 1 kept lmproltii; and llnally wa
W ppnoa it AS& J. K &XXW8s fully r.Mored. 1 1imi ndll many of my
PIlEStDENT TAFr MAKES
CLEAH THAT HE DISAP
, 0. C. j What Army and Navy
Folk Are Doing
WAS DINED TO CONVERT HIM.
COWS BETTER THAN
MULES FOR MOUNTS.
Kurt Moniln, 8. 1).
Tn tlio IMItor of tho Army ami Nnvy
Your correpponilcnco "Corona" tn
. ., . ,,,ii. ti,. -.,. Ibshp of Keb. B, 1909, was evidently
Incidents of Washlnston life Taft fl8,ng , KCt r,u ott of lhe Cnvn,ry
IS ALSO OPPOSED TO Wom
an's Suffrage His
nnd wo do not want him to ho dl
npiiolntvd. IIIh rcaaotiH for mulea vvr
bus hornca nro pood nnd tho nrifti
nientH cannot bo ronlrovuitcd, but to
go somewhat fmlhcr thuy would an
WnsliliiKlon. U C The city of wr ciimlly well for cow, vermin
Wiifchlimimi li.ul I'fPii awfully anxliuu hornoH. I tho cow or lhe bono the
to Bfl nlouK well with 1'icnlilunl Tatt. Iwller inoiilil? It Is not believed that
hut on tho whole It cant be H.ild in y "scrlcua nrKiinicnt for or ainlnBt"
hme itilto done M "a co, ,0 "CoronaV knowlcJK?. to
Soon iifier Mr Tnft waa luaUKUrateil . i"oi ' " '.
the Hoard of Trade of Vanhlm;ton do
veloKd n i Inn lo Rive n Brand banquet
for lilm He va tisked If he would
accept an limitation, and It wan duty
Bent, lhe hlK hurluesH men of Waili
Inglon, with onl a select few of tho
onirltiU mul sliitoHinen. wein tnttteil.
'and a b.impiet lo coat koiiip fnbuloim
amount per pinto was widely heralded.
Now, hitmen the l'lenldcnt'a ac
ceptance of thai Imitation and the
bampiet llM'lf two IncldcntR took
place, l'lrst. the Amtocluted Chnrltlea
jalotiR with Ita mounted (Ire action and
ahock nrllim mnkPM tho character of
lhe mount UhoK of most vllnl ltnKiit
anco. Ih the mule or the hornc the better
mount? Tho writer la nwnro that
this Is no new question and also that
no Horlous argument for or ngatnat It
has come to his knowledge. In fact.
It has generally been turned nalde as
a joke and without the serious con
sideration It doserves.
To begin with, tho mule eats less
than tho horse, which Is acknowl
edged 1) hls ration being 9 Instead
of 12 lbs. of oats, and nllhotigh tho
purchase price of the mule may he
slightly greater, the saving of this
one-fourth In grain, along with the
longer life of the mule In tho sen Ice,
will he a great saving to the govern
ment. That a mijlo will last longer
there Is no doubt nnd If because of
ago or other reasons he should be
come uusultnblu for Cavalry service
To begin with, the cow vats less
than the horse and tho savlni; In grain
will be n great saving to 'the govern
ment. "If, because of age or other
rp.tt.on" tlio pow "rihmllil liepomo tin
suitable for Cavalry service. It could."0 cmlU1 uo Ulrllcu 0VBr ""-, Qnrt
bo turned over to tho" Coinmlsslonary "nasiers ucnarunent,
There 5s n sure rem
edy for your weak
stomach, inactive liver
and clocccd bowels,
and you'll And it in
Bitters. It will tone
and invigorate the en
tire system, promote
the supply of Rastric
juices and in every
way help digestion,
Try a bottle today for
Loss of Appetite,
and Malaria, Fever and
Ague. Insist on
lVr salo by llcnson, Smith &. Co.,
Ltd : Hojllster Drug Co , Ltd ,
Chambers Dtug Co., Ltd.; llllo Dmik
Co.; and at nil Wholesale Liquor
Derailment. Who over heard of v
sore-back cow? That proves to "Co
rona" thai It would bo a good Cavalry
mount. Then the cow has many nthei
advantages over a horse. In fact. It
has even tho mulo outclassed when
llc.nl. Stomach. Lungs,
street, lluiilerard St. l'aul, Montreal
Can , v rites:
"1 write j ou a word to roncritn
latt) oii on your f litmus reined v,
l'eruna. 1 tried other remedle, hut
my odd did not get any better, and
I feared 1 Mil iMcomlng coniump
tlve. 'Tlio condition of my head and
totniK'li wa very annoln. I had
eons li rd day and night for three
months, na the result of a cold which
I had contracted! rom audduu change
"My brother advised mu to trj
l'eruna, nnd I did so, for ho was cured
by lV-tima. I took It regularly ami
Improved steadily. I have now taken
To Suffering Women
"1 fiel II ni mill to writ, and telljou
of the good l' ruua tin. done mu
"I Mas su'ijei-t lo Internal wiakness.
1 or sl )ear I MifTerid more or lens.
I "We consult, d various doctors, who
save mo relief, but no euro 1 have
I vulTcred a great deal, and my husband
. had very large bllN to pay
"In m v despair I ilvpltlcd lo try l'eruna,
and the llr-t Iwttlo tal.en according to
I vour dliei-tloii' g-ive mo relict. 1 have
bad no lai ..letxlucn Ihen
"Sun k V7e li.ne used l'eruna, a doctor
has elilon U-en In our boue. It would
take a tiook If I were to tell all the good
l'ermii Ins done n our family.
l'liao aicept my most sincere
"1 li.no often recommended jour med
It niideil innuey and was casting
about for meiiis to l.iluo II. Set olid,
President Taft pernillted lhe fuel to
i become known Hi H he Is generally
dlsatltlk'tl ivllh tlio plesent form of
government In Washington, and thinks
n icorg.uilzatloii neejssaiy In order
to get economical and etnclent admin-
furmatlnn In regard to l'eruna at any jlstiutlon This plan didn't very well
time." Mrs Martha l'redrlch. Central I please the Hoard of Trade's friends.
of the town got lutu lltianci.il straits; tone considers all Its good points not
Inln.i itl. ....! ......Itj .....I ...... ..
three lttlo of it and am complete! ,.",,,," , , .' "' ." "", ""'
eured." J "ring woman wlhes to write to mo or
to call ou me, I will give tier uij iu-
l'ark.fxmg Island, New York City, Now
York, U.S. A.
One Woman's Experience.
"I was troubled -n 1th very serious In
ternal weakness, which exhausted ma
so that I feared I would lose my mind.
"1 suffered agony with my back, tha
piln extending down my left leg. Thi
who mi- not filendly to lulling a reor
ganization of the municipal admin
istration Just nt this time
The llrst soi row ful J.ii to nmlabln
relations holv.icn the I'reitdeut and
the town was cnused by the appear
ance of n cirlooii which repiesented
the I'i evident mid thu lloaul of Truilo
pain was so suvcro that I would have dining at $.'5 a plate, and over agilnit
welcomed loath as a relief,
"Peruna sured mo of this tronblo no
wonder 1 recommend It so highly. It
will soon ho two years slncol found
relief from the pain, and not a sign of
It has returned.
"I am glad that thero Is a way In
whlih lean speak of tlili, as many a
siilfirermay read my testlmonlal.and
not oilly rciul, but believe." Mrs. Wil
liam Hondorsou, Cralk, N. W.T., Canada.
this was the )or and emaciated Ah-
socljled Ch.t'llliM itl.tiir; the hat for
small lonu Illations.
The c.iitiu.itiit wide cliciilatlou
and cuukid -i i insitlon.
And I'glit .nop of this camo u worse
withstanding the fine array or ultilh
utes of the mule brought out hy "Co
Just think of n reglini nt mounted
on milch rows. No bucking n(i i.ore
backs, or any of the'Cavnlry troubles
hut nt thu end of the S'- or 100 mile
rlile of tho day. here would he the
cows each capible of turning out
twelve to fifteen quarts of flno real
cream and u can or two of butter. II
they could be made to lay eggs ami
fry bacon berldcs, the handy coiuhliii
tlon would be complete.
Of courre tho Cavalry 1)1 III Itegula
tlons would have to be revised. Addi
tions would bo necessary: "Dismount
nnd prepaie to milk." "Milk," "Cense
Milking " or "Milk nt will." New Cav.
nliy ca'ls, as for Instance, "Itecall
from milking," would have to he In
vented. Ilcniemberlng olwnjs as "Coroni"
says that "Ilandsomu Is that handsome
does," there are a good many Improve,
Iblow to amity. I.-m litis peoplo In tho nients we of tho Cavalry could work
Undid nl Tn.le Ihlnk.iig that they out, provided "Corona" help us with
The following wholesale drucgists w 11 supply the retail trade: BENSON. SMITH & CO., Honolulu. Hawaii.
1-v sS SH(s5w:;
gi i i1iTlinvrrn.,M. ., i- - i ;g r T :
could tn'ie ailienlign oi the hJtiquet
to get tli.' I'icshlinl lo withdraw lila
scheme oi u-oigisilzl.ig the municipal
I government pli'ced ou their pio-
gi .inline Judge Stailoul. of thu Dlstilct
Hiiireme Coin t. Judge Htnftnid Is mi
exctllent f leaker iml an able man;
and when he stmtel out to speak
his function being to lulioditiu tho
I'ltsldent he Liuuihed Into :i speech
In which he vlgoiousy declared
ngtilnst the plan of giretuiueut which,
It was undcistoid fie 1'ieslileiit iv lilt
ed mul in favor of lhe p.iilkul.ir I Ian
which, It was well known the 1'iest
dent cmplritlcHl y opposed, Tha Presi
dent had tuado It plain that he is
isn'clally opposed to g .n.lirj suf
frtgo to tho District or Columbia; mid
Jubilee StulToid male a strong pro
Thu rrestitcnt fldgelcd a good deal
Ihioughuiit thu Stafford speeih, which
was eiitiiusiusiicaiiy uipluinled
his suggestions, (Signed.)
Ith lIOHSi: CAVALRYMAN.
MULES FOR CAVALRY MOUNTS.
The following correspondence clip
ped ft (mi the columns of the Army
and Navy Journal, explains Itself:
To the Kdltor of tho Army and Navy
At this time when tho Cavalry de
sires a reorganization for increased
efficiency, another suggestion for im
provement may not bo Inappropriate.
Since It Is the mobility of the Cavalry
that makes insslble its most essential
function of Independent action, this
During maneuvers In tho last few
.vears so many horses have had sore
bac)jH as to call for serious criticism.
In tlmo of war when a stilt latger per
cent, of the men aro recruits, will this
condition ho Improved? Is not the
mulu descended from the nss, tho
gieatesl combination of mount ami
burden bearer through all the ages?
The easy gait of tho mule would nuke
It posslhld for the ihler to keep his
seat a iTi I thus help In lhe prevention
of there sore backs . That the mule
Is more Intelligent is mi acknowledged
fact nnd he Is capable of any training
that the horse is. The w rlter has seen
a machine gun plutoou which, with
ten mules tnkct at random from the
Quartermaster's Department executed
all the monkey drill movements of tha
Cavalry over a two-foot hurle Tlml
they are sure-rooted than n lio.-se
needs no discussion. The tact retinitis
however, that the mulo Is not u dlgtil
fled animal; ho has not the hejittirul
iroortlntib of the horse, lhe millers
If deslted. could ride horses, one be
ing the hell mare, and theichy render
ing lariats and picket pins unneces
saiy for the mules.
Tho beauty of the home. In UiIb era
of olive drab, is of no value now than
would bo tho costly trappings of wnr
horses In tho days or chivalry. Surely
tho Cavalry would he willing to make
this saci.flcs of. beauty for efficiency
always remembering that, "Handsome
Is that handsome does."
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CHIEF JOKOOK. SIDERIAN BABY. ATUNQA, ARCTIC BELLE.
PICTURESQUE MEMBERS OF THE SIBERIAN VILLAGE, ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSI
TION, AT SEATTLE.
A party of thirty four nillie of norlheiisletii Siberia will be n feature of the Alnt-K-i Yukon I'nelfle exiioslllon.
They i e from three die", ,mt i III ipes, m d. iHthouuh III In w Ithhi 1.VI inltos of e.ieli other cull tribe spenks
n illfTi n-tit dlilii-t So MIkmiii INklincn lime eier been exhl' Itnl nt a u, rld's fair hefori' 'I he loniiuuidly Idea
Is sluing Willi the Klleiii If mi, .i tn n ih u mitlkl x ,r hilf n iliton dier uri'iuset- aid bus u full bo of
tin. h" N rl h If tin 'ml ti iply i f one fitiulli runs i tu. t ' otli ts i oiiti I .nt .-. iiii no Uo u -lit of leiuiii ora
tion If ii hiiitir Mti n ii" ii tp.-i hi-' it'i. li I prlii'i-r it i ,l -niv upon the it id iii.ip) if im'i oilier Irlbis
lis he I uni innm. ll'd aid uel ss iiiuiil.'n: o." ih, fiiuilj n.i kl utl.
Judge Slaford had done talking and
the luit(iietteis had dotio chearliM
lilm, llio I'leshletlt was called upon,
very much ilU leased wllh the entir
laiuuient he was getting He launch
ed Into a leply to' Judge Stafford. In
the lourse of his speech he expicssod
in iiinnlbtakeablu terms his sentiments
towmd lhe suffrage movement In
Washington declining that he would
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE I portnnt point Is that they are viewed
nnrnj" THPTA PWAVHVTITAIN ll""UB" U' ecs of a oull Bill.
DOOR -LUCIA CHAMBEKLAIM i clmrmln(. al(, ,mlrea,0Il.
uhle. Scenes and situations nro
evolved not for their own sake, hut
(The .Ilobbd-Menlll .Company
What shall we say Is the class of
fiction which appeals most widely
for their effect on her. Her emo
tions spring to meet them. They
are stamped with the fine Impress of
to the American reading public to- her rare spirit and printed on tho
not give hit n3scnt to any such ieor-luy? 'Tcn year" BE0 ll wu8 tlle 1,ls Bcnsltlzcu nla,,' f her ardent anil
KJUlzullon. mul iiiuilo clear that, de-i loll:al nov,!l- Klvc yea,s nR0 U """anl: personality.
spllo the opposition of Milne local In- wnu lllu Zenila ro'l"ce. Now we i And so It Is thut "The Other Side
Special st Ticorts to Her That He
Dots Not Believe Early Has
.iiitliurltien ftoip sipii.ititiR him cutlro
h from his I mills mil lnmun nssoelu-
tlnu. and lij' tried lo obtuln ovury
lueiQOd oi ireatnieiit that medleal
V.wlilnr.t") Mnv l. 1' il'e nil j tc.encc coulii tu,jji-t
rttumpls l 'he minllr.l iiiiilunliles to llur Isii-sl umie his been In ensigi
f j'l.tivti John 1 1. Jinlv a Icy! mul sepir-i ti eiulnenl ! lulit to study her
ule lilm isnrrfiMU'il'l) t m Ms nlfe huih.iiid's e i o mil h-is just (ucel'ed
on I children, tli rrvUi youth. ul wir ( Ititt lint i,p it nlil.li Ii.im glu-n her
of tlie suspeclQi) ninn Im rufuwl lo, fiih eiu'iiuuineim m mid hopi.
i necnpl their unlulons mitj 1ms stood I Tim spi'rtl-iiht whun- n ini she will
liy llcf JiiMflitlfut Willi touching dovo . uot dWelm.e ftale.l us his belli f tint
t.!nf filti?0 Ailjittt last' tlio Blispect Karly Is nol u lujiei, but will nmku
tercts, tin was disposed to go alio id
and cany out his own I leas, so fir
ua iKisslbie, of lmpiuviir tho nilinlu
Isti.itlon of tho city
It resolved Itself Into a Joint debate
between Judge Stafford und tho Presi
dent in wlilih thu crowd wns with tho
Judge, hut the power Is all with lh. Holmes," "Unfiles,
President. When they went home tho other titles.
business men wero dubious In the o. I So prevalent Is the taste for mvs--treme
us to whether they had gained ' tery llitlon, nnd so prolific Is its
anything worth while hy tlio clever . production, thut It Is now possible
scheme of committing the President to subdivide It, and find class within
lo Ihelr plan. eluss. Connu Doyle und Anna Kath-
Washington Is governed under Con- mine Green are writing mystery
giess, with three commissioners ns'stuiles In which the element of de
executives. The teim of thu chairman tectlon bus the emphasis. Mr. Nlcli-
t I is oeiiipied a Utile cotiase, tupAr- laborntoi tests befiiru giving a final r lllp coniinlssloii recent'y expired i oUon, Mr. Kutrelle nnd others are
sied m in ii Iiiich, fium tho huusu upiii.))ii. :"1'' "ll I'roiliU'nl declined to iep comei neil with Hie adveutuio In the
l iuh.umi' hv ins wife wiiem si.o 1 1 . .,...,. , ,i,i. ,,.' Ilnt lilm or to mini' uny oilier in in midst of buflllug complications. Mary
' ... ..... ...... .-, .., ,.y 11IH1111IV II IIIU 11 U II 1 I It IIIU . ... . .. ... l
Huberts lllneliurt uellgiitu in niirin,
and sounds the note of the humor of
It remulns for Lucia Chamberlain
to develop the romanco of mysteiy.
In "The Other Side of tho Door"
theic Is a constant quivering of pal
pitation, a kind of runmntlc glow or
reivor entirely different and thor
And this Is accomplished not by
lhe sensational nature of tho Incl-
liluils of the plol, nor by heiolcs or
livste.le, hut hy most skillful hand
Mug oi llluiary impressions. The
vieuls In "The Other Bide of the
jDooi" uie, Indeed, startling enough
venture the guess that It Is the of tho Door," even moie than "Tho
ttory of mysteiy, nud cull to witness Coast of Chance," glows und quivers
In behalf of tho assertion tho sue- with abundant life. Tho plot, ex
less of "The House of n Thousand citing in Itself, takes on a moidnnt
Candles," "The Hi ass Howl," "Tho vitality und Intensity. And tho final
Clicular Slnlrcuse," "The Mystery of Impression Is not of plot oi Incl
the Yellow Iloom," "Sherlock ' dent, but of tho character of tho
and a score of girl.
I lor name Is
A .PMll Y'U I "' ' v-uicli blm ut win It Ilia llu - gives him en n c no un 1 utten'lot. she K'"01"""-'"1 ,u"'l,' ''0 el'nBcil by
DiliVL I lull 1 ,!..,. ,j ?zz u Td Vur "o" 'r hZhS. iT!;u!Tsn,t,l:r,r,,v''
,, ,,, ... . i . , , , , i , . to i crisis, with the result of tho sor-
I Mrs Karl) his resented to even dien she w.tu-hvii lilm lioin Inn side , . . ,,,,, ,. , ' ,
thing a IovIiik wile might do In Hid of the loi.ci an 1 wiui'i-ra with lilm.
hei liusliitid Slut llrsl piovonted tho 'lhe eldom of tliu ihtliinn. a little boy.
liusaiot biun ml I of his lalher's alleg
ed niil.ul and cannot uuilersl mil why
his fitlher dons nut kin I'Un
with lilm us lofmoily ' h"
ehl'd n.ii m mills old i i
IChiI.i'h Isol illon.
OAFEH THAN Tl'DDY ECA
iild little lllllv l'oe ii-i-'
I m Km 1 Hilt, tint In tuiu
My ilk I n Is not qilltn Iiii;ii ennuijh
To uiuk i tin aiilii uijt."
nnd she lives In old San Francisco,
the San KiancUio of the 'CO's, the
good, giuy city of romance nnd mjs
tery. A girl of oxcellont family, of
leflnenient, of delicate nurturo, sho
Is brought hy uidden ihnnco Into
contact with the crucial and tho des
perate. As she passes along n de
fcerted stieet early one morning bIio
heais n pistol shot. The door of a
gambling house II led open und n
murdeied man falls out bnckwnrd.
Over him leaps another man with u
wild look that tills the stieet with
Vu8 ever lovo story begun In such
fashion? Love story, Indeed, It Is,
for the girl and tho rushing man, in
that ten llilo moment, knew the first
stirring of passion.
All who enjoyed "Tha Coast of
Chance" and their name Is legion
will need no recommendation to
Miss Chamberlain's now stoty It
should, Indeed, greatly extend her
audience, and win for her thousands
of new teuders. They will leap for
ward with eager Interest to learn
i Bulletin Biisin?M Office Phnn. 2!ifl Involving, as thoy do, n murder, it what actually hnniiciied on "The
Bulletin Uditoip.,1 Uoom Phone lBo. t,lal' uml ",l UL'l,, "ut the lm-' other Side of the Duoi."
ion ful liulilenl of the banquet.
i y nimvwmm
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enoe. On car lines transferring to all
patts of city. Omnibus meets all trains
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Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable. Address "THAWETS."
Kath Cm s
1 I. llltl (UltvtTM i
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should not get its worth. We make
clothes to your individual measure
at ready-to-wear prices. Our suits
for $25 are a sure satisfaction giver.
Geo. A. Martin,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician nnd Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting, 2-3 p. m
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 n. m., including Saturdays; 3-0
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
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