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nVIININO mil.t.KTIN. UON'OMTLU, T II , WIIDNIISDAY, BIN'T 29, '09
Dr. Vicente Santoni of the
Medical Faculty, Paris,
HOW NAVY BOYS '
CHILEAN TOWN OWES
EXISTENCE TO SAILORS.
CANCER MAY CHANGE
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In omo countries tlio ntmophoro Is i nnttir.it tonic. Iw temperature,
high altitude, villi an ntmospheto rich In oxygen, aro Invigorating to llio
people. Such peoplo aro vigorous of body, quick In action, mul enterprising.
Other countries aro not no fortunate. High temperature, low altitude,
llttlo oxygen, ami tlio atmosphere naturally depressing.
Tonics bceumo almost a necessity of tlio ororytlny life. A scientific tonic
In a large dvg,reo mitlgMcs tlio untoward effect of a depressing climato.
A great many years ago Dr. llartman dovlscd l'cruna. Its manufacture,
has been under his watchful caro over since.
To make of ltarwllahlo and safo tonic which could bu taken any length
of tlmo without producing a drug habit has been tho ambllluu or Dr.
That lie has succeeded In bringing Fcruna up totthls high Ideal Is appar
ent by tho world-nldo reputation which it has attained.
i'cruna Is a tonic which U applicable In all depressing states of the sys
tem. It may bo used by thoss recovcrlug from acuto ailments, or those who
am uoprescl by climatic Influences
Ths following wholesale druggists w'll
PROOFS f REPORT
Tin' icI-HM i"i.uf ot tl.i nirnl if
pint nf (lOii'iunr l"n r i tin' be .
tnry iif llu Intciliv v :.t in'ird i"
Wnslihu'lim b ihc A1 inn la I'm inmn
In'i. Tho 1 1 port ill" lis in ien'4'h li!i
the problems ult'ctliij tit luriltciryj
Mul lth It U nn ah-trnct wh'ch wji
prepared by Goeni(r Krrar (in the
roiicst of tho Secretary of tho Inter.
Inr nud will bo embodied In that !11
clal's report to Congiuua.
(Jftvemor Ticar completed his re
lirt lu Augmt and rrcplvi-il tho proof h
fiimi Wnshlngtnn it t,lior.l tlmu ngo, A
number of ndillilong were m:iilo by
(iiirt-ruor Pienr thiough the obtaining
nf il.ita that wan not iead when tho
flr.it ilralt of Iho report u.ia llnlshoil
und tlioM" changes weio Incorporated
In Iho proofs.
NO JOY IN LIFE
FOR KANSAS BOY
Str.tcs Put Hiin Under Some Ethical
Rules as Result of Activity of
Beard of Education.
TOPKICA (Kns.), Se.ito.mhcr 12.
, , .
IlHglnnlnp K.nmriow, a gie.it major-
Ily or '.ho U.OUI) Hrliuols will open In
' Kunsjs, when n new orncr piomtil-
Bated by State Superintendent Ka(r
ehlld and the Stale Iloaid of Cdu
eatlon will so Into offe 't. TUlilc nro
to lie tuuglit in all the Mlu.ola uf tho
State. This subject Is not In tho
legular rimisi- uf btii.1 . but It hasj
been put thoro b a btteoplng older i
f i om l-'nlrchild.
This new order of thing's In ICun
e'ns bchools miiy appear coiii:uqnphti.o '
to tliu grown-up people, but to tho
jiiuuribter It means tho eurtallmont
of many Improper liberties ho lias
enjoyed nil these jears. It menus
ho can no longer piny mcrhles for
Ifeopj nor throw snowballs at grown
people who happen to pass his way.
Putting sulphur on the schoolhoin"
ituvo, diopplng luiwdcr down icglb
tets, stealing apples' and watermel
ons, tjlng tin cans to tho tails of
dogs, pulling gills', hair. Mailing
knives "sight unseen" and nil other
pranks and jokes whlili havu ininlci
life of tho schoolboy uno uf unalloy
ed Joy must bo laid ltslilo lu Kuu-.as.
Under tho auspices of the Katlonal
, Red Crocs (hero Is to Irj an Intcicom-
" paiiy inllltaiy i-jnniotlllon In the nppll-
cation ofiflift aid to tho liijurud at
- ,llkesbario,.I,a. Oct. 2.
; n ,h-
snpply the retail trade : BENSON.
IS. DllilhK WANTS
Wonts Court Order
A petition for administration of
dower has been filed by Kinney, nat
ion, Prosier & Anderson, attorneys for
Knima Drcler. Tho petition recites
thalfCerll llioun mid V. A. Schaofer
qualined ns exrciuora uf tlio will and
that although Fix mniXhs has elapsed
".li'.ro tho ile.ilh of, August UrelT, tho
widow Iirh not n n yet beep assigned
her dower In the estnto nlthougli lor
ninl demand hag been ui.tilv.
Tlio petition asks that commission
ers bo appointed for the pnrpngb of
iippinlRlng tho valno of Mrs. Didor'H
dov.er Interest, leporttng thulr find
ing!' to tho court, which Id then npked
to direct tho paying over of the dower
interest. Annexed to tho petition Is
"" ll,vcl,t0r' B,,,,wlnK Ho personal
prnpoity nf tho estate to bo valued at
rS3,S2.ls , , r,llv ,,,,,. ,
ii y Impoitnnt meeting of tho
Mcic'innts' Ausoelntlon will ho hold
I iila afternoon at I o'clock. (leoigo
II ilcCIollim will addicss the meet
lug, nud other matters of greut Ini
portance will come before the Asso
ciation. All members uio urged to
attend the session. i
Entered for Record Sept. 28, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
!J!ig Uiy to 1'ang Young I)
Pans .low to IMug Yong Dal I)
Wallukii Sugar Co. to C. Ilrewer &
Co I.td 1)
William II Cornv.ell und wf to Jth.
ur H. Ilrnvwi D
Ailhitr .M Drown and vf to A I. C
A I. C Atkinson lo .May K Drown ...I)
Cecilia K I'liiiahoj to William II
Kiuwe V I)
Entered far Record Sept. 20, 1909,
from 8:30 a, m. to 10:30 a. m.
(leorgu II Angus tu James II l.uvu.AI,
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Now Practicing in
Ponce, Porto Rico,
Dr. Vicente Santoni,
of the Medical Fac
ility oj Paris, prac
ticing in Ponce, Porto
u I have been using
known as Peruna for
some time, for ca
tarrhal diseases, al
ways obtaining excel
lent results. It is a
rrnn7 hrnhririittnti mi I
I will always use it in
cases for which it is
Or. V. Santoni,
Ponce, P7 R.
Testimonial of Dr. Estcban Vld.il J
Illos, olllco Police, Porto Rico. Doctor
of Medlclno and Surgery of tho Uni
versity of Madrid, honorary member of
the Faculty of Barcelona, Cataluna,
Spain. Has practiced In tho hospitals
of Paris and has boon admlttod to Iho
bar qf Porto Rico.
"I cortify that I prescribe Peruna, a
remedy for pulmonary diseases, manu
factured by tha I'cruna Drug Cu., ol
Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A., and that I
liavo been surprised by the quick, stiro
results and It good pharmacological
formula." . Vidal t Rios.
Tonco, P. R.
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
ROYAL BAND IN
Amidst tho gayety of flio recep
tion Inst night Iho Hoy a I Hawaiian
Hand played for four hours on the
deck of the "V. 9. S. Honolulu," fore-
HhaduwliiK tlio time when a real
man-of-war, christened nfter tho cap
ital of Hawaii, will be welcomed
with tlio 'music mid (lowers of Hawa
ii's people. That tho old and fiiiuuus
hand of the Hawaiian Kings, which
hai Kept Its plucu In tho history of
the IeIuiiiIk, should, surrounded with
tho niagnlllcence uf n navy iccep
thin, piny on tlio umck deck of a
mock battleship with the grim real
ity of the leal thing looming ahovo
It, is symbolic of tho tlmo when
America's power will bo greeted by
tho newest and mosj. beautiful addi
tion to its rcgnl torrltory, mid u icul"
"U. S. S. Honolulu'! will help uphold
the honor of tho Stars and Stripes.
Joa SMbon, John Ventura and
Henry Allen were flnvl thre plunks
wild tillls upteco this liiftrnliiR be
fore Judgo Andrade for Indulging
loo much for nil that makes life
worth living In tho bull pen. Ka
pua (w) was also leipiested to pay
the mine amount to -the geneinl up
keep of the city und county for tho
i umo reasons.
August Alliens, inanagor of Kukli
lh"ele plantation. Is In town on u
sluit buulncss trip.
Colorado has received $3,11(1 n n
ttx on the ext.ito or the l.ilo Gen. W.
J. I'nlnier, founder of Co'onulo
Spilngn. It wn? Iho cecond largeHt
tax over paid tho Btato.
In tho rederal cnuit at
Mich., H, T, Ijirsnn former cashier of
tho ilcfunrt First National hank of
Iriinuood, .Mich., pleaded gullti' to
Ooveiiun's and merchants nf four
statca will altond tho coinentlon of
the Ohio Valloy Impiovenient ashocla
lion at Cincinnati Oct. II and 1G.
SOURCE OF SUPPLY.
"Von haven't'got nerve enough fo
make n rucces3 of anvtliliiL'.". Kalil
tho vitiligo grocer to the Bhlflless'renklug the pipe, It flowed down
party. "What you need Is moro . mi Ihe flrchenealh.
Bund." i The Chileans expressed tho great-
"Ouesa you'io rfg'it old unit -e
you'io rfg'it old nnn "
Joined the s. p., "mid If sand Is what
1 need fcanil Is whnt I'll have, (lim
ine ii ijuarler'a worth of sugar."
Men of Second Division of Pacific
Fleet, Now Here, Waged Two
Hours' Fight Agaimt Fire
Klled away in niiyy chronicles
itmong the unnoted accounts ot tho
nrmy nud navy In tlmo uf pence, of
the heroism which the public never
recognizes, coming, ns It does, with
out the excitement and glamor nc
coided lo It In war, nre the accounts
uf the manner In which the city of
Coquliiiljo, Chill, was saved by tho
boys of the Second Division of tho
I'nclflc licet, now here.
It was while the fleet was off Hint
port In January ot this year that
the aid of Uncle Sam's sailors in
lighting n sudden and furious fire
that broke out In the hotel, saved
the entire town, dried by the Bun
nnd untouched by rnin, from com
plete destruction by tho flames.
In the report of Cnplnln Klskc,
who directed the fire fighters, to Ad
nTlrnl Scb'ree many of the officers and
men nre mentioned fur conspicuous
bravery, and George 11. Whcclcr,
ship's fitter, first class, and William
Cowan, botswaln's mate, second
class, have been nwaided tho gratui
ty of $100 and tho medal of honor.
It was seven o'clock In the. even
ing when a large flic suddenly blnz
ed out In the city, and Captain Klslto
sent Knstgnu Hccs Into tho city to
offer assistance In enso It was need
ed. The chief ot the lire department
sent back woid that h needed all
the assistance that could be given.
Tho Are and rescue parties at
once started for shore, and Captain
Flskc took charge of them. They
found the Hotel Hoyal, the largest
In Coqulmbo, n mass of fire. A par
ty of American sailors who were
found operating on "n three-foot
ledge, part ot the burning second
floor, wore ordered Into tho adjoin
ing house, as the ledgo would soon
Lieutenant Commander Chnrles W
Hughes had chtrgo of this party
and had managed to train three or
four lines of hoje on tho fire from
thn( point of vantage, unstnble as It
was. Them were Unity men In Mr,
Hughes' pally, nnd, operating In tho
house thill abutted on tho rear of
the hotel;9 Ihoy kept tho flro from
spreading 'In that direction. Had
he flro spread to this house It would
have spread liejond contiol the full
length ot tho wnterfiont. Mr.
Hughes lilmxelf took charge of tho
party nnd often risked his own llfo
by pulling ikiwn burning rafters on
himself. He happened to be on tho
ledge when It gave way and owed
his life to the fact that the lire be
neath had partly burned out. Tho
fight waged by himself und his men
on this sldo of the flro lasted two
hours without IntermUblon.
Meanwhile Captain Klske had
thrown n cordon of men around the
fire und drove nil except tho nctual
lire fighters from tho scene, taking
piccnutlnns against pilferers.
Midshipman Harry A. McCluro
was found by Captain Klske un tho
loot of the one-story house that
abutted on the rear ot tho hotel and
ordered him nud his party to Keep
away from the burning thlity feet
nf wall that rose above them. Me
Clurc managed to get two lines ot
Iiobo plajlng from another roof and
uftorwards carried oncMn tho ground
and trained It on the northeastern
Intel lor of the hotel, wheie tho flic
was then the hottes.
Several Imcs liU commander had
to oidor him back from excessively
dangerous points, nnd on 'one occa
sion Cnpt. Klske seized him by the
collar and pulled him back to tho
sticot fioin a burning window"" 'ho
was trying to enter with n line of
Lieutenant Commander Hughes
was ntslstd by Midshipman Krank
llusscl during his fight with tho tire
In tho rear, and tho latter curried
the orders ot his supcilor to the
most dangoruus points under ex
ticiuely perilous conditions.
Midshipman Raleigh K. Hughes
was the Immedlato assistant of Cap
tain Klbko during the fire nnd at
one tlmo had to enter a hoiibo nnd
Jl'icak ojen tho door of n pilvato
loom in tho hard fight ngnlnst tho
Close to the southern edgo ot tho
loot was a double tank, which It Is
ruiuoicd contained either oil or gns.
As It was absolutely Cbsentlnl to.
veilty the rumor, William Gownn
climbed to the top of the upper tank
through tho Intonso heat, calmly
disregarding tho report of excited
Latins that It was full ot oil, In
vestigation showed that there was
nothing hut water lu the tank, and.
oil admiration nnd amazement lit
the way the Americans foircd tho
Jim under contiol, and parties from
the lliitlsh gunboats Shearwater and
AOENT FOR EVOLUTION
OF EARTHLY VERTEBRATES
New Form of Life Is Found in Can
cer Cell Disease It Not on
Increase, Not Infective and Not
IIUDAI'KST, Sept. 1. Is cancer
tho agent which nature has chosen
for the final extinction ot the human
race, or Its transmission, by a pro
cess of evolution, Into some other
and higher form of life, atf yet un-
Bulled to present conditions on the
globe 7 This Is the question sclen-.
lists nre asking nfter listening to
the stiangc revelations Just made to
the Sixteenth International Medical
Congre.is here by Prof, K. V. llnsh-
ford of London, director of the Im
pel Inl ancer llcseaich, which war
established by royal authority In
1902 to carry on' systematic Investi
gations In regard to this mysterious
Cancer stands revealed In tho ex
periments of tho Imperial Cancer He-
search, not nssa disease, In tho ordi
nary accepted meaning of the term.
hut ns tonic new form of life. There
Is no cancer germ. On tho contrary,
the cancer cell In A living cell, con
taining the power within Itself of
airpnrcntly Indefinite proliferation,
or self perpetuation nnd expansion.
Moreover. It It not nn embnontc cell.
but Is'n highly specnllizod cell.
Tho growth of cancer, tho director
tells his learned colleagues, Is en-
tliely and essentially different from
tho growth of embryonic tissues,
analogies with which were natural so
long as the growth of cancer Wis
put nn end to by tho death of Indi
viduals. This growth Is a unique
biological phenomenon, disobeying
nil the laws of growth by which or
ganisms and organs attain to their
specific dlmcnsluiiB. The cancer cell
possesses fixed characteristics.
What causes a normal cell to cvo
luto or chnnge Into a cancer cell?
This Is the great mystery.
Experiments on Mice.
Cancer, the congress was told, has
no analogy with nny known from ot
Infective disease. Out of 200,000 mice
bundled by the Imperial Cancer Re
search, not ono of them communicat
ed the cancer to nny other one. Nor
did any one handling the mlcu de
velop cancer though they sicnt ilas
lu the moms In which 10,000 lean
eel ous mice were kept In colonics.
Is cancer limited to human be
ings? No, says Prof. Uashford. It
Is common, contrary to the genoral
belief, in all vertebrates In dogs,
cats, mice, birds, frogs, fish, every
animal that has a backbone. The
trout is partlculaily liable to cancer.
It Is apparently ps prevalent lu sav
ago and scinl-clvillzed ns In the most
highly1 civilized rnces ot men. Can
the cauner lesions be reproduced, ex
perimentally, nnd can cancer bo
transplanted from one nnlmnl Xo an
other? Yes, says Prof. Uashford. It
has been done In tens ot thousands
of cafes by tho experimenters In tho
Imperial Cancer Research Laborato
ries, especially fioin mouse to mouse.
Is there any nge-tncldcnl-e In can
cer? Yes,- the director tolls the con
gress, nnd It holds good not only for
man hut for nil other vertebrate ani
mals. Tho liability to the disease
Is giontcst In early middle life.
Is cancer on the Increase? That
Is doubtful, says Uashfoid. Tho art
parent Increase, he says, Is duo to
moro caicful diagnosis. Tho liabil
ity, to the disease Is somewhat gicat
er In' males than In females.
Not Contagious or Infectious,
Is cancer hciedltary or congenital?
That question, says Uashford, has
not been settled cither one way or
the other for man. The experiments
with mice have bo far afforded no
cvjileiice-in favor of Inherited or con
genital Influence. In the llrbt 400
mice bred of cancerous parents,
which lived over six months, 30
cases nf cancer nVpcaied. Hut Its In
cidence obeyed the gcncrnl law of
ago-lncldcnce, not developing nt
birth. Them was, therefore, sayB
tho director, un satisfactory Indica
tion ct mi Inborn predisposition.
Cancer and tho predisposition to can
cer. Uashford says, may he regard
ed finm the 'mouse experiments, as
being acquired, nnd not hereditary
or congenital. Tho disease Is' not
contagious or Infective, nnd thero Is
Algerlno nnd tho Chilean cruiser
Chacnbuco, who wcro also on . tho
spot, were cast Into tho shado by
tho exploits of Uncle Sam's boys, al
though they took un ncttvo part lu
tho saving ot the town.
In his report to the Commander in
Chief, Captain. FIsko mentioned
Lleutemtnt Commander Hughes for
extrnnidlnnry heroism In tlni" of
peril; Midshipmen McCluro nud Rus-
.el for conspicuous valor, and Mid
shipman Hughes and Carpenter Mead
for o.'.tinoidlnary ability.
It was on Captain riske's report
that Wheeler and Uovvau were
awarded tho medals of honor.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd,
Our New Skirts ,
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: . .' of
FRIDAY NEXT, Oct. i
no micit thing nt n cancer epidemic.
Nor uro thero "cancer houses" were
the occupants get tho disease from
' No sertim which will euro cancer
or rciiMer' man Immuno has yet been
found, Uashford asserts. Ho states
his own observations liavo been cor-
roboiated by those of Br. Klexner,
director of the Rockefeller Institute
In New York, to tho effect that tho
fcifim of Immune animals (anmals
which for one reason or nnolher
have resisted cancer) Is nut more In
jurious to tho cancer cell than nor
VETERANS OF SPANISH
WAR NAME OFFICERS.
TACOMA, Wash., Sept. 10. After
voting to drop tho word "United"
from the official name, the Spanish
War .Veterans chose Denver ns tho
encampment city for 1910, nnd elect
Your Own Price In
Beginning THURSDAY, Sept. 30th, and con
tinuing for ONE WEEK ONLY.
Here are a few prices at the reduced figures
Lot 8G80 Formerly $ 9.00 Reduced to $ 6.75 a suit
lot 8624 Formerly 10.00 Reduced to 7.80 a suit
lot 1531 Formerly 12.00 T Reduced to 0.C0 a suit
lot 1M5 Formerly 13.50 .'. .Reduced to 10.15 a suit
Lot 8735 Formerly 14.00 Reduced to 10.50 a suit
lot 1057 Formerly 15.00 Reduced to 11.23 a suit
lot 1C34 Formerly 16,00 Reduced to 12.00 a suit
lot 21880 Formerly 17.00. . . .' Reduced to 12.75 a suit
Lot 21900 Formerly 19.00 Reduced to. 14,25 a suit
Lot 8837 Formerly 20.00 Reduced to 15.00 a suit
Lot 20350 Formerly 22.00 Reduced to 10.50 a suit
We also have a fine lins of straw hats at the following
Vriccs: 75c, $1.00. $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50, and a su-
perior line of felt hats at $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 nnd
Remember, One Week Only
L B. Kerr & Co.
ed Col. Kifward .1. (Uhbon ot Wnkc
flcld, Mnss., commander In chief nt
tho closing session ot their Blxth na
tional convention here today. Mrs.
Ida M. (Inlloway, Washington, 11. C,
was named president-genera! by the
Woman's Auxiliary, and Napoleon
White, Ronton, Mns'i., (.elected lead
er of tho Military Order ot the Ser
pent. Chicago and Los Angeles,
bidders' for next year's encampment,
withdrew In favor ot Denver nt tho
lust minute. Washington nnd Mou
tnnn Ineffectually fought Denver to
I .Vow Knglund delegates controlled
tho convention from tho outset nnd
checked the efforts of Washington to
make the Oram! Army of the Repub
lic veterans honorary mi'iiiheis of
tho fraternity Tnmoriow tho Span
ish Wnr Veterans nnd their ladles
will celebrate their special day at
the A.-Y.-P. exposition.