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IVES TELL WHAT THEY KNOW ABOUT PE-RU-NA.
Many Dcfecls round
Br " v
TIip milk an.; il.tl v in Untitles mi.'
ilond unless tin' l!n ml i if i?iihtvIi.
puss llit'iii nwi I lie Mu.ur' ve.u.
Wiilch W11.1 icud 10 then hut nigh
lilt Honor's veto was bared on Hi
found Hint the) duplicate provis
ions of the T'-A uilnl laws, n con.ll
tlun which hi' been ondcniucd bv
tlui Siipit.uc ( nut, mill that In some
cases the) me unfnli In tile small
tlralora. Aim he ilnlm Hint nrill
minces Noh 1 2 and 1 3 ovei lap uadi
nlhei, whli Ii makes both tinrtesliu
bio. lie iisseits, howover, lliu, he I"
tint npiMised to the etui that tough:
In be nhtulneil. hut rialica.the boatd
to draw tip new ordinances that nil1
be free from the defects 111 the pres-
cut di n rtii.
The Major's vetoes fnllow:
Honolulu. T. II . Oel ft. 1909.
'In the Hi. tun able Ituatil nf Suppi-ils
on of the City and County nf
I hniewl h lolurn to (iu Ordi
nance No 1:'. entltlid "An uidlnamv
providing fi'i' the Inspection nf mllK
nml dallies n nil ilulrj cows, ml leg
tllittlug the Hale nf milk, ami pro
hibiting nml punishing the dlspnsl
Hiiu of iiiiwholosniue.ini pure or mliil
t orated tnlik In the City ami Couut
of Itounlulti." without ui nppiowil.
and I do heieby specifl ally illsup
piove and elo said priMwu'd ordl
nanee. Among other objections wlihh I
limp to HiIh pinpiwcil ordliianie In
the fait Hint a largo number of the
provisions thcielu (ontnliit'd are un
iipiefsiu.v. tin being already cuvcieil
by Teriltorlnl law now In foreo
Chapter S", of the Kovlscd Laws of
Hawaii, entitled "Adtiltcinted Foods
nml Drugs," makes kpeelllr provision
against the rale of adulterated" milk,
and section I3SS of the ItcvlscJ
Laws also relates to the selling of
adulterated milk and provides a pen
ulty tlierofor. Section 13S9 eiun
any police olllivr or agent of the
Hoard of Health power to Inspect
nml test any milk so oflered for sale
mid to cnnllscute any adulteiatcd
milk which ho may And.
Sub-section 1 of Section 23 of the
.Municipal Act (infers upon the
Hoard of Stipei visors the power "To
otilaln, make and enfono within the
limits of the City nnd Count) of Ho
nolulu, nil NHCKSSAItY local police.
Kiultaiy nnd other laws and regula
tions not In conlllit with the Kell
er. 1 1 laws of tho Terrltoij, oi inles
and regulations of the Tenltoiliil
Hoard of Health, and IK a penalty
for the violation of an.v okIIh.iiup '
In tho case of tho Tenlloi vs I.
L. McCandlos ct ill., lupoiled In Ha
waiian Reports No IS, on pni;u 01 ft.
the Supreme Court of this Tcnltor).
on puces C23-02I, fiis: "Theie
ate grave objections to duplicating
by county ordinances tho penal laws
of the Teitltoij. Not onlj mo poi
sons inndo llnble theieby in be pios
ecuted both b the lounty and the
other, for tho snino S!)0$. ,..... ,
Territory, one mibnnllnate to the
other, for the muio nit, but public
haim would often icsult either fiom
(onlllct between the two Jutlsdle
tlous oi f Kim uncetlaliit) as to which
might to assert Itself and which
tluiuld await the action of the oth
er." Again on page C2I, the couit sajs:
"It Is umlesliablo to extend power
of counties to as to duplicate tm
lsoceaanlly the laws of the Tcrrltoiy.
rmietCMiaiy expuifo and conflicts of
jni lull, tlun ure to be nuildul. The
orillirinio Is not lequlreil for (on-
liol uier local affalis, and Its opeta
tlini would tend to conflict with tho
Notwithstanding the proUIons of
Fee. 3 of Act 79, Session Laws of
liiuli, to the effect that No null
name shall be held Invnlld on tho
gtouiid that It cou'is au subject or
uiattei embiactd within any stat
lite oi statutes of the Tuirltoiy,
wliothei suih oiillname Is In uinlUct
with any such statute or statutes or
otheiwlso" (ami assuming tho alld-
Ity of this last iiuotcd enactment), I
am of the opinion, In low of the lau
Ituagu of the Supieme milt Just
limited, that smh poitlou of tho pio
posed oidluauio as duplicates tho
existing Ten Itm la! law on tho sub
ject is unnecessary and wise.
That pot Hon of Section 2 of tho
pioposcd otdliianco which icipilrcs
that each applicant foi a penult to
noil milk In the City and County of
Honolulu hhall furnish with such ap
plication ii (citlllcato from a Pter
in a ry surgeon that all of his cows
mu fieo fiom ttlbeiculosls U olijec
Unliable, for tho ip.ikims (1) that
tho Tenltoiliil law above icfutred to
' at the pti'seut time piohlblts tho
salo of milk fiom "diseased animals,"
and to that extent tho provisions of
tho otilinnneo uto unnecessary; (2)
beciiuso tho cost of such oxamlua
tlun, which I hm Informed Is ion-
uldcralile, Is inado to fall upon tho
; dairymen tlioinsoHes.
S1 WjTO' ftHB Peruna Is U.ed In The IKMBSISI llttM
'uWi'l. " 7f&kJ ",J llfp' "Tho'nrst bottle relieved mo, nd t-ZS- djl iflCTSfHBRiHHliE!i Jlmmfll
aiiiiMlktf!iiM' """ingTonr'Idvlec; Cid0 recommend rerun, to MI who B -2$JiMl-d 1 SJ If itiimi
-V:uiyXv, "'J' eotKlillon w aro .nilcted with catarrh. I lmvo cM 1 i Vwk 1 VPWBR "
(n RJ.-I.M'W P& l' ""." round ll to be a Breat remedy Iso for zZZZZT'V&Z'm I W CSEit;VMr Hott a firoon
nu,uciiuia um.c.iiMi.ti.Sjmm not expect to live
V-" ' j through tho wlntor,
Inrllficjtlou and Mmoiuncss.
Mr, l'iion llodpiiliamcr. It. I'. I. 1,
l!o Ii), Ki riH-ril!c, North Cirolina,
U.S.A.. write the following letter to
The I'uruna Drug Mnnufactarlus Com
pany: "t suffered with Momach troublo tnd
Indlgmtiou for snmu time, and uotlilug
that I ate agreed with me.
"I j very nervnu and experienced
a continual feeling of mieui-lncm and
"I looL mediemo from tho doctor, but
It did mu tin good. I found In one of
your lVriiim books a dtsirlptlon of my
jmptom. I then wrote to llr. Hart
mill for advice. Ho said I had catanh
l the stomach.
"t took l'eruna and Manalln and fol
lowed lils directions and can now say
Hint I feel in well a I ever did,
"I hope that all who aro allllcted with
the amo symptoms will tiko 1'eruua,
it lm. certainly cured me."
The to. lowing wholesale druggist will supply the
In Midi communities, whether hi-
-a I or otheiwlse, whole an ordl
ikiikp similar to the one licie under
dlsciiwluii Is In force the examina
tion of the ilnli. animals for tuber-
nli. si', oi othci dl'-oiscs Is innlldcd
to an otllcial ptciimii Ian oi to soinu
ctliei olllclnl of the ill), county or
state, as llio tame niaj be, nnd hli
ixiimlnatloii and icport has nil tho
elght of an official finding. Till
examination and ceitlllcato under
inch laws Is at the cvpunrc of the
state, county or nmulilpallt), and
the provision of such laws and or-
illuanics Is usiinll to tho effect that
the (I. ill Milan oi (inner nf tho euws
shall ' submit" such animals to an
otriilal examination at nu time upon
proper demand being mado by the
ailtliotlty or authorities chained
with the duties of such examination.
Tho substance of mib-sectlons 1, '2,
I. A, a poitlou of sub-scctlou tl, sub
jections 7, 9 and 10 of section 7 of
the piopohed otdliianco Is in effect
cowied bj existing Territorial law,
'in il In my Judgment tho pinvlblous
In detail contained In Mild hub-scc-tlotu
mo wholly unueccssarj.
That portion of bitb-Fcctlou C of
said section which lc'iutics that
milk Immediately upon being diawnlfact lendcts both ordinances objec-
fiom the cow shall bo i educed to a
teiupiiiiitttie of at least 110 degtcos
l'ahrenliPlt and kept ut bucIi tcniper
attito until bold and delivered, Is, iib
I am Infoiuied by poisons who aio
competent lo Judge, nnd within mv
own knowledge and obsctvallon, to
tally Impi'actlialile at this tlmo In
this community. r.von should tho
oidlniintu bo hereafter nmended, ns
I have been Informed It Is ptopo-ied
lo muctid It, li) inlslug tho tempet
utttic! lo 77 degtees Instead of fiO,
tho DHLIVIinv of tho inlllt at that
tempeiatuio would bo pinctlrally Im
possible, unlets Icing facilities wcie
milled of In making delivery, I
bcllovo Hint It would bo pioper and
feaslblo to rcqulro nil milk Imme
diately upon bolng dinvvn fiom tho
cow to bo cooled to tho temperature
of miming city water. Hut oven If
this should bo done tho milk could
not bo dcllveicd nt Hint tempein
turo, ns fiequently tho dairymen aro
hoius on their i minds making their
HcferiltiK lo Sections 11 nnd 11
of tho pioposcd oidinance, I think It
iinwlto that tho enfoi cement of an
ciiactfiiont such as tho ono pioposcd
Humid be end listed to n tho olll
oiH of tho City and County of Hono
lulu, and I aiji of thu opinion Hint
thn eiifoicLinent of such oidlnanco
bhoufd bo left to Inspcctoiu to bo
Winkler, ltouto S,
land, U.S.A., writes!
"I thank you very
much for your ad
lce. I can safely
ny that I'erutnand
Manalln )iae saved
"When I wroto to
you llio first time,
aklng jour advice,
my condition was
so Kor that I did
not expect to live
through tho wlntor,
but now I am perfectly healthy.
"I cannot priUo your medicine
enough, and I recommend It to others."
Citatrh of Stomach.
Mrs. Mary Alku, Itoule tl, l'ranklln,
Tciincse, V. H. A., writes:
"I am glad tobeable to tell you that I
am well of eatirrh of tho stomach, for
which I am sincerely thankful to you
for jour ndx lee. If it hid not been for
I'll una I would iipmt hao been well.
"I had thriephjslclcns. Oueofthnin
told my husband that he could not
"thud been sli'k about nine month
when n friend asked me to try 1'eruua
to gratify her; so I commenced taking
" I can eat and w alk and work. Hvery
bodvsays I look as well as 1 ncr did.
'tlh, you don't know how thankful 1
do ft el to jou.
"I hao got sexcral other peoplo to
take Pirunu. 1 pralso It to every
body." appointed for that purpose unci such
other (Hikers us may be specially
and nppiopi lately designated.
Tho provisions contained In Sec
tion IS to the effect that 'Skimmed
milk shall not bo catriod In wagons
or elileloa In which whole milk Is
can led, K.ild or delivered," U to my.
mind hlghlj objectionable, as many
of (lie smaller dalrjmeu only havu
ono wagon or vehicle for dcllvoiliig
their milk, nnd they would thus be
depiivcd of tho right to sell ono H
tho other kind of mill: liecaiu.0 of
the seeming lucsumptlon Indulged In
against them that If they tallied two
kinds of mill; together In tho samo
wagon the) would mix tho same and
theiihy bu guilty of a violation of
Itefeirlng to Section 19, In this ns
well as In pioposc-d Otdlnnnco No.
12, I nm of tho opinion that tho pen
alty sought to bu Imposed Is ton se
vere, In comparison with similar
laws In other Juilsdlcllons, the saino
appeals to mo to bo unrcasouablo.
In conclusion 1 would say that
thcio bceius to bo a gtcnt deal of un
nccpbb.uy duplication nml ovei lap
ping In tho piovlslous of pioposcd
Oidlnnnces No. 12 nnd No. Ill, which
Unliable, nnd It would certainly
revm that tho necessary portions of
these two ordinances would bo coin
blued in ono hhoiter uuirtniout
which would take the place .of both,
anil that tho City mid County could
In this wise ho taveil a cousldcrahb)
hum In tho matter of tho publication
icipilied by law, and tho law lUolf
claimed nnd benefitted.
Thciefoie, for thn reasons herein
befoio htnto.l, 1 am 1 chiming Oidl
uauio No. 12 without my appioval.
Major City and County of
Honolulu, T. 1I Oct. Ii, 1909.
To the Honoiablo llo.iul of Supuivls
ciis of thu City and County uf
I heiuwltli letitin In jou Ordl
nnnco No, HI, entitled "An oidlumiio
legulattug dallies, milk depots and
tho delivery of milk," without my
appioval, and 1 do hen by specifically
dlsappiovo mid veto bald pioposcd
In tctiirnlug this oidluanco with
out iu.v appioval I denliii lo havu It
distinctly uuileislood that I am In
nowlbo opposed (o, mid that I hciii
til) favor mid oidiuauio ill awn along
pioper lines, If tho Biimo Is neeosaaiy.
Martin, It. It. 1,
La Motto, Iowa,
ing for omo
tlmo with soro eyes I was advised by
a friend to try l'cruna, which I did
"Tho first bottle relieved me, and
after using four bottles I was entirely
"I do recommend reruns to alt who
aro a 111 I c tod with catarrh. I have
found It to be a great remedy also for
coughs and colds of children) a doio
at bedtime, will relievo them from
ennghlng all night. I always keep it on
hand, and recommend It."
Catarrh for Seven Years.
Mrs. T. Freeh, It. It. No. 1, Hickory
rolnt,Tcnnoce, U.H. A., w rites : "I am
happy to tell you that I am cured of ca
tarrh. I have followed j-our good and
kind advice falthfullj. I bless tho ilaj-
when I wrotcjonof my condition, and I
w HI always pralso 1'eruua. I think It Is
one of tho grandest medicines on earth.
"Halug hecH-nHllctid with catarrh
and stomach trouble for seven years,
and after having tried four dlnYrciU
doctors theyonlj' relieved nn for a little
while. I pine up all hope of betngcured.
I only weighed one hundred and thirty
pounds, and was so weak I could hardly
get around the room.
"I was Indiicul to try l'cruna, and to
Mj- weight Is now mm hundred and
elghty-eluht pounds, my health neor
whs belter In m life. I shall alwajs
pralte lit. llartiuau and his reiotdlcs."
which will Insuie the salo of puro oidlnanco would not, as I am ndvlscd,
nuil wholesome milk to tho vcnplo of bo legally enforceable, although It
tho Clt nnd County of Honolulu, lis no doubt ttuo Hint an ordinance
My objection Is not to the end bought 'of this character might properly pro-,
to Ije nttalned, hut to what I cousld- vldo that all milkers and attendants
cr the defects of tho pic.-pnt pio-jln and about a dairy bhould ho pcr
posed oidinance. which defects In , Bonally clean nnd free fiom ull con.
lii) Judgment lender tho onllnancoT tnglous .or Infectious discuses. Tho
nboitive, unwl.-p, and incapable of .
As It now stands, Section 1 of ever, Is not. It seems to me, a prop
the ordinance docs not scctn to mr-cr matter for legislative enactment,
icctlv cxpiess what I am titiro Is tho i Section 27 Is objectionable. In that
Intent of such section. Under Its I lis provisions would bo nbsolutely
tonus, should the ordinance bo , Incapable of enforcement, and such
enacted, a petbon would bu guilty of I a condition of nitaliB would hut
of a violation of tho ordinance, nnd I lend to htlug tho cnttic ordlnnnco
become liable for punishment, if, for lulu contempt nnd dlsieputc.
Instance, such pel ion should permit! Touching tho ptovlstnns of Sec
a deadly weapon to ho brought luto'ttnu II, I am of tho opinion Hint tho
or upon the dnlty premises. duty of enforcing nn ordinance of
Section .' (If tho pioposcd oull- this chniacter bhould bo limited to
nance would work an unjustifiable tho milk inspectors nnd such other
hniiMilp (pinctlrally a conllscatlcm) olllters of tho City nnd County ns
upon ilalrjincn whoso pi utilises mo 'may ho specially and npilroprlntdly
too small to allow of compliance, designated for that puipoho, and Hint
tliciovvlth, and would nlso woik a the piescnt tonus of that section
haidshlp upon those whoso buildings Iconfenlng upon ALL City and Coun
mo now so at ranged that largo ox-.ty olllclals the right to inspect dairy
penso would necessiully bo Inclined i
In placltu their buildings so as to
comply with tho piovlslous of tills
section The piliposo of this bectlou
lo-wlt, the keeping of tho milk clean
nnd vvliolesomo lioforo dclivoiy, can,
I foil sine, bo arilved at without Im
posing biich in III tl in y lequliements
ih Ihoso tiovv contained In llio sec
tion. The mass of detail contained in tho
piopoted ordlnnnco, iclatlng to tho 'thn opinion tha the oidlnanco nt
onforci'inont uf cleanliness In and I tempts to go ton much Into detail In
about tho dairy picmtses nnd with the legiilatlon of dairy weak, and If
respect to containers nnd utensils In I enacted Its enforcement would lm
wlili h iniiic s placed or stoted, Is, I Imprai tlcnhlc. In my Judgment nn
In m: Judgment, unnecessary nnd .ordinance of this kind should ho ns
cuinboisou'.e, mid It seems to mo that I clear mid hi let as possiblo, not only
u gloat many of the aoetluns (among! fiom the standpoint of economy to
othcis Hiojo numbered S, 9, 10, 11, the City nnd County In tho matter of
12, HI, 1.1, 10, 19, 31, 32, 3 1, 34 publluitlon, but a I bo to lnsuro ItB
mid 3.'), could bu gteatly simplified
mid' shnitened hy substituting
therefor somo simple, provision to
tho effect' that tho dairy promises
bhould be kept clean mini ln good it
pall and well painted or white
washed at all Hmeb and by mi addi
tional piovlslon icmililng all cnu-
taliiPis m utensils In which milk Is
placH'l oi sold to ho kept clean and In
I good and uaiillaij condition. (lou-
ei.il piovlsloin of tho unttiro Just
Itidl tiled would ohvlaln the necessllv
of dinvvliiK out tho oidlnanco to bucU
mi liiieiinlnahle leugtb, and would " growin oi tno population llieio cm
also I,,,.,, the elTect of lenderlng the 'V!" -"''I', "loul.t that lellglon Is
, t . , ii , holding Its own us ono of tho deopost
. I ..'. V :,-""C,,t """ tn,Ml"0 0tl'""l Mrongcbt fnit-PH In tho Individual
ScLtluus 17 and 21 of tho pioposcd
The Farmcr'n Wife.
Who Is In a better position to know than tho farmer's wlfo herself what
Is required In the farmer's bomoT She mqst meet Its troubles, solvo Its prob
lems, ward off disease, nurso tho sick, alio must do all these things herself,
and she learns by valuiblo ozperlenco what Is best and what Is not best.
In numberless farm homes 1'eruua Is relied upon as tho family medicine,
l'cruna books aro consulted In health and disease. l'cruna Is used as a pre
ventive as well as a corrective In disease.
Tho wles of tho farmers of the United States conntllulo a solid phalanx
ln-favorot l'cruna. Against this testimony tho slanders of a few critics will
not prc-all. Ouo senslblo mistress of a farm homo who has used l'cruna
knows more about reruna than all tho
Pcruna In Her Home.
Mrs. Anna Under, It. V. I). No. 6, Das
sel, Meeker Co., Minnesota, U. H. A.,
writes: 'Tor two years I suffered with
that terrible disease), chronic, catarrh,
"Fortunately I saw your advertise
ment In my paper and I spoko to my
sister about j'our medicine Kho wroto
to you and I got j-our advlco freo of
charge, I took l'cruna and am well and
retail trade: bensoh, smith & co
pai titular manner In which such
milker or attendant dresses, hovv-
pi enilses, etc., Is too blond, nnd la
unwise and-uncalled for.
Tho penalty sought to ho Imposed
under Section 43 of tho proposed or
dlnnnco for n violation thotcof Is
much mine soveio than nny penalty
under similar acts or oidlnnnces
which I hnvo been nhlo to Mud, nnd
I bellovo th;it such ponnlty as pro
vided Is excessive and unreasonable.
Couildeiliig It as ii whole, I um of
iliiier enforcement by tho olucois
thaiged specifically with such duty.
Tor tho leasona above given I nm
ictmnlng tho ut dlnnnco rofened to,
ns hcicliiuhovo staled, without my
Mayor City and County of
As song as tho Incicaio In tho seat
ing cui'iclly of tho chinch buildings In
,1u' Hnltod Htateu phall keep pace with
mid civic life of llio Auioilcau peoplo.
literary critics In the world.
a mother of two children.
"Iowoltallto l'cruna. I would not
bo without that great tonic for ten tlmoa
its cost, for I am well and strong now,
nnd cannot speak in too high terms of
its valuo as a medicine."
In a letter dated Juno 12, 1900, Mrs. Lln
der writes : "I Cannot express my thanks
enough toyou for all tho good your medl
clno has dono for mu and inv finally.
I RECREATIONS i
r: u tt n tm :: t: :: :t y :: y a
Nothing could ho moro npptnpilutc
nt this tlmo than to Fhovv a buries ol
motion pictures Illustrating thu recent
meeting between IMvvutd VII and the
King of Italy. Tho men on the Uod
foul will enjoy looking nt this, for P.
will remind them of homo. Tho sorlei:
takes In-tho jncht of HIS Mujosty, and
rhows tho monarchs nnd their suites
on deck with tho Irrepressible camera
field near ut hand. All of tho like
iicssos are said to ha excellent. Other
pictures nt tho I'nrk are a mixture of
comedy and tho other bort, hut there
Is nothing so lurid Hint It will causo a
bliuddor. Tho vainlovlllo features of
tho Park continue up to u high stand
ard, and tho protam Is pleasing
Tonight by icnticst tho Wright
Ilrothors' Acioplnnu film will bo shown
nt the I'atk thontio. This wnndeifitl
film has attracted tho attention of him
diijils uf peoplo, and Ihoso who havu
bpcii It viy It Is very realistic and
A conjurer bhould bo a comedian.
It Is a dlfflcult matter to mnko peoplo
laugh. Tor neaily two hours nightly
Carter has his audlenco laughing and
screaming with delight.
Whoiovcr Carter liaa appealed, by
reason of his powers ns un entertainer
and' intrlli piovoker alone, tho peoplo
look upon tha occasion as un event
never to ho forgotten.
Carter's entertainment Is llko sun
shine to tho old and a delightful per
iod to the jnung. Willi tenis glisten
ing, tho nged rcmnrk "I havn nover
lutghed hernia bit much lu my llfo"
and tho children In years after loo'c
back on n bright phantasm ns a pleas
ant lecollectlon of Carter.
Carter and his company will appear
at tho Opera House next Monday for
n short season of flvo nights ami ono
inatlni I Tho prices will inngo from
$1 to 25 cents. Tho box plan opens to
moriow morning ut The Ileigstiiuu
Music Co.'s btoio.
Walaco and Way hold tho boaids at
tho Kmplio for another week, nnd
thoy mo making good ovciy tlmo llio
show Ih called, Manager Ovoiend
made :i teiislillie when ho held theso
clover people for un ludellnlto stay.
This spring I took cold and II settled In
my kidneys. At first I thought It was
"I took l'cruna as directed on tha
bottle and In a few days I was all right,
so I owa my health to Dr. llartmau
and his remedy."
Miserable With Catarrh.
Mrs. Mettlo Green, It. It. (1, Iuka, Illi
nois, U. H. A., writes : "Last November
I had catarrh, and felt so miserable, 1
thought that I would go Into consump
tion. "I tried so many doctors and medi
cines, but nothing did mo any good, only
"After I began tho uio of l'oruna 1
began to lmprovo in every way.
"My head doos not hurt so much,
my stomach Is all right, my bowels
aro regular, my appetite good, my
complexion clear, my cyos are bright,
and I am gaining In flesh and strength.
"I think l'cruna has no equal a a
In conjunction with tho motion pic
tures, they make ono of the most enter
taining shows In tho city. Tho plctiucc
nro up to tho usual standard of thn
Kinplro, which means that they mo
WILL SUCCEED TAKAHIRA.
Y. Uchlda, Ambassador to Austria, to
Represent Japan In Washington.
Toklo, Sept. IS. Official announce
ment has been mado of tho appoint
ment of Y. Uchlda, former Minister of
foreign Affalra nnd now Ambassador
to tho court of Austria, to succeed
Union IC Tnknhlra, Japanese Minister
Has Been in Washington.
Washington, Sept, 18. The Japan
ese Legation was not odlcinlly advised
today of tho appointment of Mr. Uchl
da as tho bitcccsbor of Ambassador
Mr. Uchlda Is spoken of nt tho lega
tion as tho leading diplomat In tho ser
vice of Japan. Ho Is a graduate of tha
Imperlnl University of Toklo nnd is
especially versed In Internalloiial law
nnd political science. He Is about
forly-flvo jeaiH of age, and for about
twenty-four jonrs has been continu
ously In tho diplomatic service of his
country. Ills first assignment after
his giaduutlon and a scar's servlco In
tho Foreign Ofllco of Toklo was iib
nttncho of the legation nt Washington.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Kveiy lndy who desires to keep up
her nttinctlvo appeal mice while nt
tho theater, attending receptions,
when shopping, whlla traveling nnd
on all occasions should entry lu her
pui so u booklet of Oouraud's Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. This Is u dainty
llttlo booklet of exquisitely povvdeied
leaves, which mo easily lemoied and
applied to tho skin. It is Invaluable
vvhun tho face becomes moist and
Hushed nnd Is far supeilor to a pow
der puff, ns It does not spill and boll
It lomoves dlit, snot nnd grease
from tho face, Impaitlng n cool, deli
cate bloom to the complovlon. Sent
iinjwhtro on receipt of flvo cents in
stumps or coin.. F. T. Hopkins, 37
fit cut Jones Btieet, New York.
Japan Willi' IIh diplomacy of beak
and claw la fastening Its hold upon
tho Chlueso Kmplip Alwajs tho llttlo
kingdom of blood and Iron advances
thu ftontlor or its pietenslotiB Inch by
Inch lucking ouch now claim with n
piovnlllug loico ut tho pieclso point
or resistance, nnd covculng Hb bnio
handed ugiehslou with a lag of legal
Ity that ilccelvoa all the cabluotB that
havo a contcletice. Now Yoik Amei-lean.