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1 B MOTHER BELIEVES IN PE-RU-NA. WMMEM:
THE TRAGIC CASE
OF ALMA BELL
Insanity the Pico
GRACE- g ;
Pcru-na In the Horns.
Afnr all, experience! the Ix-sttcirher.
(Vunc doctors mnv write In fivorof Ie
liiim. Other doctor may rile nenliHt
li. UulHHhateitlmtwy of the mothers
and fathers who nro rearing fainlllpit,
who love their children, who mint
ifniimnlra iih to doctor bills, who are
"MngllttlohojsAtidglrl Into men unci
women of the future, It I the testimony
uf such people Hint rcnlly couuIk.
There 1 no wny to positively ascertain
how many families In llio Viillcd ht.ito
rely upon I'ertiua fur tho in iny cllm Hie
Mlmcnt In w hlch the family I subject.
million pnrhap. They li ivo learned
how to me Pcrtma for ordinary nil
men!, ntul In lint way nro giiirdlm;
their home ngalmt moro serious (lu
etic. Such nllmnt cough and cold,
ore throat and cntnrrh, croup nml colic,
Indigestion anil loxitcf aimctlte. anemia
ami ncrvounc,nlI thco ailments are
promptly relleicd by a few doses of
I'c ritna at the right time.
Million of provident mother and
f ilher Hrognsrdlug Iho Inti-rcM ofth
linmo by nlng lit. Iliirtimin' KreM
ri'tn.ily, nnd profiting liv hl medical.
h.icklcts and personal advice. I
The following wholesale drug'St will supply the
j What Army
!.,.. . .?!K
Tho Hit I L for heay damasett
btoiiKht acaliiHt tho Cosimiiiollt.m
MiiKiirluo by Mcut Churlon T. Warto,
U. S X., w.ih ikililnl In fuwir of the
defendant. It wiih ihaiKed In tliu
puhlU.illiiti iiiinpliilneil of that Lieu
tenant Wude, In iimhiiii of lncict
lence, iibHtimeil rehpuiiHihllltleH wlilili
ichiiltei In tho blowing up of tho
Riiuhoat lleniiiiiKlnii at San DleRo,,
Cul., on July 21, rjn.'i, when sixty
li'cn were Mllcd nml fortj-iilnc were
Whitney Aacnin Scotes.
DiisIbii Kenneth Whltlni;, who
retently Htnrtteil Iho naval iiulhori
tles by allow Iiik liiiiiimlr In bo alint
mil of the (nrpedii tuho of a miliinerR
cil Riibiuailtic, lnih aeeompllHliLMl nit
other iliulnit feat by t.thliiR n Hiib
111. nine HiiueHsfiilly thioiish 11 lot
iimlii uikIjik Imtwrrn Oluncaiio ami
C'.ivlto. Tho Hi'ii wiih mountain IiIkIi,
inn M tin ii.tlKiitlon prm thally lniicis
hlliln. lint IIiihIkii WhltlnR pioveil
that a Kttlimuiinu running Htihmuig
i'd thiiiiiKh a Htottn tnithl weathur It
Itt-iioilti or KntlKti WlilllnKH liilont
exploit have icnheil naval olllxiU
and Kli) proiulfn oP xtlll fitither te
maikuble ilemoiihtinlloiiH with thu
hiihliuiijiifl lyjic or nart
, In'Jjhii ij'po.'t ninilo of HiIh ty
I'luijmJlir'eaHllliB trip iy WhltliiR In
tho war doimrtrmmt ho kijh;
"Tho weiithor at Iho tllim win
thtcatonltiir, and tho) wein udvlod
by Homo of tho older oIIIipih to tnko
no tlk, hut ilHkH were Junt what
hoy wauled, and' thay Kot them
Wlmii they wiw tho tphoon coiiiIiir
on both WhltliiK and Wyyisoii decld
cil it would bo n kihmI phin to lull
thfbiiKh It HiibnioiKeil Their mini
wcio wIIIIiib, and thv llttlo ctaft wan
lot down fo that only tliu thin II.ik
HlalTH protiuiled abovo tho wntot.
Thoy remained mibmeiRfil until Iho
storm had blown over, when tho mib
marllie arose In tho surface, after
belnp; thrown about like an e(?K H"
ilm tho swell, hut lomulned mi
hint." Sulimnrine's Lone Tiip.
'Ilwii thijio nro no bettor Ballnrs In
1 ithnivorld .than, hiun born In Swudou
W&BfiKff!rtmLJ.i,. Mt'."'AX ' rffTni Catarrh f Stomach.
mmEmm$kVjmm a HifavP, w..
smnMiiiMTCaw cmaar. "! v iculi i i.i umii tt imwii'
J?' i$$m$Jn t ' V H KP " Children Well. i
t.X. J ?r ? JS 8 J - -v. ', i --S
WKf: RI .JXX I
lfrH - ?& . J
Few people realize, how frequently
croup lciucd liy catarrhal eon Kent Ion
of tin-thru-it. I,rotiablynlneca-cHOiitot
ten of croup are of the catarrhal variety.
The. mod lent protection recognize"
three, form of croup. The spasmodic: va
rlty, membranous croup and catarrhal
Niarly cery ca.'n In of tho entarrhal
varleu.and a fowihwcHiif l'ernna taken
at Ihollrnt appear.tneo of Ihn calnrrhul
tiiptoiim urn enrrally milllelent to
aeit the attack uf croup altogether.
C'rmip l a frlKhlfnl iIIm-jm . No din
a.e of children no alarum Ihu huuschuld.
wiih made manifest 1, nitiima of tho
SwcdUh new of tho Swedish siihinu
rluc Ihnlen on her tilp from Spczln
out tho northwest (oast of Italy,
where she was built, to Stockholm.
Tho mijiiro wiih u loui; and aidit
nun one, cxtrniliup; oet ,IU0 nauti
cal 111 i It h. but it was arioiniillHheil
In about two months, Ineliiillnir vail.
011s HtiiipiiKes at Intel mediate pot Ik,
and cverjwheio Iho cshcl and lior
tiow wero well tot fixed.
Brewery or from
sure to specify
Mrs. K. Kane, 1 96 Scbor St., Flat
PflM Inn hAA i-iHAH llJ ak I am ak
luiuna nas uuun usuu su lung
how I could get along without it.
"I havo given it to all of my five children at different times when
they suffered with croup, colds and tho many ailments that children
are subject to, and am pleased to say that it has kept them in-splendid
"I have also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing,
and it cured me in a short time, so I have every reason to praiso
It I Impoi'r'llilo to emluiaiu how many
honuM h.i u Ih'cii protected aKalimt croup
by tho proper of Peruna.
Thero U nu remedy In tho world
which ha proven t-o popular for catarrh
an reruiia. It ha been tied for more
than thirty yearsnuj rillnwd Ihounandi.
of cane, a proen by our tcxtimonlal.
In the, early lilmory of till couiitry
oery family had it home-made medl
ciuen. Herb tea, hitler, laxatitc and
tonle were In bo found In almot every
huuic, compounded by Iho houauulfe,
I On her nri'hiil at tho S oiIIkIi clip
ilnl the ItMih'ii WilH Klected by nil
cnlhust.istlc t'liiuil. Tlid I IvnUit Ih
tho hiKKCHt und faKtrat Huhumrlui! uf
the miithcru llect. She lesembles
the newest KiirIIhIi tpc (if uuhiuii
linen. Shn hiiH two prnpcllcis, and
her ypicd Ih 14 kliiitK. SI10 in
cqulpilcil with four torpedu tidies.
Chan"e of Clerks.
.lath McKuildcn. who him been tho
liiesHeiiKor in tho olllie of Major Hay, '
pajninstpr, It. S. A., ban been tians
feried In tho (hnuuHsaiy' ilcpait
iiienl under Major Unit. Ho has
been Bute coded In tho pay olllie by
I'rank Itoliello, who ontoivd b way
nl tho clll serxlco rntitc.
Albany to Go.
VAi.l.lJIO, Nov. li. It Ih expect
id that the eiubier Now Orleans
Beer is rapidly growing in
holiday beverage in America.
In Germany, where the Christmas
spirit is at its
tant part in
drink to one's
best, beer lias an inipor
holiday festivities. To
health and happiness in a
glass of beer is conducive to good fellow
ship without' being harmful.
to order a case of
your dealer- if from
he J3ecr That's
lOQUit lhe Cjinible
1 , Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A., writes:
la f !l. . J I t I 1 . (
111 uur tamiiy tnai i ao noi Know
ooniellnie nllul by thonpulhccarj or
tho family doctor.
VurnUhlnc medical compound direct
to tho people, throUKh tliu driiKKt'lK.I"
Imply tho extension of tliu practice be
gun by Iho people them. Ive.
Nervous System, a Wreck.
.Toll n (I. Illr.ller, (Inrllflil, Knn,
V. H. A., v. rile : "On December s, istci, I
n Injtinil by a falloti IheHnntal-Y It.
It., and my entire nervous system was
Impaired b,t Urn miiiu-. TIih lielp of a
phHlelanui iim'Ic-. 1 l llevo I tried
t-Mryoiio In thv vicinity, but all Vturu
retail trade: benson, smith & co.,
which him been under tupiilr ut tho
Mute ImIuiiiI nu jiuil on tind nff for'
the p.isl Ihn is .M-nra, will bo placed
In Loiiinilodnu Iilmc ni;t Motiduy.
When the uildiH ate liiilxtpil in or the
cruder pi.ic.tliull' nil nf tho oITIierH
and ucv, nf Iho monitor C'liejciii"-'.
at Mate IhIiiiiiI, will he iihoanl
The hitter ei-Hel Ih tti bo pill
tint of (iiiiiiuUhIimi and rxloiiHiu
jwork Is to be dono on her at this
Tho Xow OiIciiiih Ih destined for
Hcrtro In Asiatic walcis, and will
leave for Iho Par IJast rally In the'
now iar, as will alsu tliu Albany,
which Is now1 i-nltHKCil In t.um pitic
tlco at MaKdak'iiu Hay.
I No litllldlui; iiiiIoib hao been re
ceived by Captnln C.iHlner, tho ion
nti ut lliiK iunilcrninttcr, In icKanl to
Mr. John M. Stansbcrrv. Amarillo. Texas. U. S. A., writnsi
For several years I had catarrh of tho stomach, . I was hardly
able to do anything, and could not cat with any satisfaction.
When I commenced using Peruna, I weighed only 110 pounds.
I took six bottles, commencing in tho spring, and by the following
winter I had gained 63 pounds.
"I owe it all to Peruna. It cannot bo praised too highly.
"I am forty-five years old, and mv occupation Is that of archltoct
nlllionndl rumnlnid without ntrcneth
"I then tried l'oruna, and nfler uIiir
It for threo month win totally well.
I ntimovonty-onr year old, nnd my w ork
on tho railroad I hard nnd tedloii, but
lean worlcllkonjomiK man in all kind
of weather, heat, cold, rain, enow or
"l'oruim Ih tho purcnt nnd bet medi
cine, and If lined according to direction!,
It will helpany pornonand euro any din
cao for wlilelilt I recommended, I ric
oinmend thl medielno by my own ex
perleneo to any imo HiiffcrlnK from an
ailment on the order of mine."
For Herself and Children.
Mr J. Alliio Dc l'ainc, 7711 ;. ll.th Ht
New Vork, N. Y., II. H. A., wrlteni
"It kIvi'M me pleanuro lo lentlfy to the
the proposed new liulldlnjjH tit I.ello
huo. Mnjor Chcnthiim (if tho kiiiuo
dup.irlmi'iit, Ih now on tho conut
tiuiKliiK 1111 limpcctlon. IIIh ordeiH
do not call for htm to mine lieic,
uui xcmifl 1111K woitiii not no Kin
'piIhci! If hu nnlvcd lu-io In Ihu near
fill urn In connection
with tliu now
Tho following enlisted men who
havo omptclcd their thirty Jems'
(imllnunuH seivlcu have been 01 del
ed soul to tho United States by tho
hist available tiauHpoit, thoio to
await action upon their applications
for irllicmcnt: 11 rat KorKoant John
Foley, Company II, lL'tli Infantry;
l'list SeiBo.int llavld I.. Snook, Com
pany I., Illi liifnntiy: PliHt SeiKeant
William II. Toohoy, TriMip 0, lath
Ihn Army liifautty lloutil wiih In
M'Hslon last miinth at Indianapolis rnr
tho putpohu of airaiiKliiK (ho lusitu lo
tho coiiipiinlcH of Iho Kith Infantr of
a nuinber of new attlcloH of i-iiil)iiiuiit
lor Ilia!. This hn-iid lias been In set.
slim at Itnck Island Arsinal for tho
paM foiu nionlhs, nnd will tirnlnblj
,cmilliiiiu lis work for llio nnxt llvo 111
six iiiuntliH. Thu many nai'stioiiH of
oiltilpincnl, iiiniaiuent. chithlni?, cln
Unit ato dally coiiilim up bcfoio this
I mud ato of thu Kioatott Impnrlniioo
lo Iho 111 my. Involving as thoy do thu
c milfoil and tho flKlitlm; clllclency of
Ihu Liillstod man.
H. P. WOOD BACK
' J JANUARY
Accnidms to AotlilS Sociotiiry
Cooper of thu I'loinotloii Commltlco,
II, r. Wood will lutiun tn Hoaoliilii
1 bout Jnniinrr 10, and will romo luck
pilmed Willi all the latest hlents In
1 luomotlon work,
Mi. Wood, at last time of wrlllns,
was ut Slimnpoiv wiei bo iiiennt to
ila for k shoit whllo heforo pioctml
ing lo Colombo, lie Uilii liitonded ko
Iiib tn Sjclnoy, New South Wulos. und
aft or g!tlw,' tho Ausliallaii laiw (II
oh, will endeavor In cross to Mick
Inid, Now Zealand and thou mil 0 run
nectlnn with llio steamer which rocs
clliocl to Suva. !! whoio the Caiind
bin mall hunt 111.1; bo taken lo Hono
lulu Luoiei Is fniwiinlliic. Wnod'a mall
I" Suva h) tho Makiiia, which noes
'own nu Deroinhcr 10. Thoro will he
njootlng of iho l'lomollou Comnilt.
.ii k. ' j- i. .1. . , ... ,t 1
"1 wan alllicted for oer aevon yeara
with catarrh of the head, throat and
dlgesihe organs. I connultcd many
phjnlciana, but they did me no pood.
"Ono day I happened to read aomo lea
tlinonlali In your l'oruna almanac. I
decided to try Peruna and Manalln. I
hnucht aliottloof each and after taking
thorn for a week, I noticed a change fur
tho better. So I kopt it up and after un
ItiR t el ve hottlca I wan perfectly cured,
"I alno gave the medicine to my child
ren and they had tho Mint beneficial re
sult. I would never be without the
rcmedle In the houne. k
"I highly recommend 1'oruna and
Manalln to nil my frlcnda, and, in fact,
Thouiand of faralllen havo learned to
(runt and belloTvIn Dr. Itartman' Judg
ment, and to rely on hi remedy, i'cruna
Bitr SpyRlass of Hawaii College to
Find Home on Telegraph Hill
Improvement Club Will Canvass
for Funds $5,000 Needed.
If tho Intents and pin puses of th)
Kalmukl Impiovcmciit Club aro cu
lled out Iho blR telescope, boloiiRh:i
In Ihu CnlloKo nf Hawaii will soon I'.ml
I'losldent tillmoio uf thu CdIIcro nf
Hawaii admits that thoio Is 110 Miltnhbi
llaco ut present for tho big object
c.1 ish, and Its iisoIohhiiohs will no much
11101 o felt dmliiK Ihu p.ihhIiir of Hid
Icy'urniucl iih that uvrnt will ho th.
lituily of a lifetime lo thoso p'oparod
to ii-cchc Iho visitor by tho aid of .1
At thu mrotliit? nf thu Kalmi'kl Im-piVLini-'jt
Club, held last iiIrIk at (hu
li'sliloniu uf A. T. Cooko llio pioposl.
Hon of ralsliiK a fund Tor tho purpus"
of electing a suitable huiiso fur the
Hawaii Collego telescupo was received
with enthusiasm, A committee rem.
hlstlliR nf i;. A Doutlillt, li lloindt, 7.
K, Mjets, W. I, Howard and W. A.
Ilrjnii was iippolniLiI to put tho project
Helnfoiced rimrinlo was thoiiRht tho
most builablo maletlal for tho nhseiv
atoiy, and iho high land, muiikn of
Knlniukl, known as Tclegiaph Hill,
would ho an Ideal location.
Tho commltteo will endeavor to raise
I3H00, which Is thought sufflclpiit to
cany tho project thiotigh In llratchiBH
i i t 1 4' ? i 5 't i ty ''
Ice tonioiiow aftornocm ut 3:30 o'clock
!n Iho looms of tho association.
"Counlcfis" I.con Ilruoks, wha fig
ured In the arfnlrs of ICdvvard J. Snillli,
thu San Francisco absconder, a mini
her of jears ago, Is djlng of tubuli'ii
IosIm In a Kilsco hospital.
Thu second cavahy will piihs thioiiRh
llouolulu on thu tiaiiHport Logan,
which will Hall from .San rianelseo
Collector of Interna Rovouuo Walter
Drako stateh that lhe collections nutilo
by IiIh ilupnitnient since July lHt are
fi.700 In excess of tho money lecelvod'
dm Ing tho Biinio period hist jear Tho
leeelptB finm the Internal revenue
tiiM'8 dining iho last llvo ninnlliH am
moro Ihan tho niiiniml i-ollooted, dur-
ihg tveefvo iiioniiii) rout yearn ago,
The latest trugcj-iy 4.0 shake llio
foundation of society, ami hiuusht
1 Unit by n wuman sunn"! m Dial or
the murder of Joe Alines, Ihu mi.i of n
well to do rancher near Auburn, Cali
fornia, by his iinco acceplcd sweet;
heart, MIsh Alma Hell, of Ihu H.11110
MIsh Hell and oimg Amies hail
been Hwccthcaits from childhood, had
piartlcally giown up together, going
to the same, school and atti-udlug Ihu
About five veais ago tho two rem
eluded that life would tint he worth
living ir they eoitld not llvo It tngulh
cr. To clm-li their muluiil feellugH
idling Ariiios placed a ring of opain
end diamonds upon thu fair hand of
his Intended, which has been worn
faithfully throughout thu (orrlhlo or
deal of thu past few weeks.
Alma was n girl of tho mtddlo class,
engaging In whatever employment
enino lo hand, conti Mulling tier earn
IngH Inward thu Hitp'iort of her wJd
During tho first nf tliu presort jcar
Alum w.ih engaged iih a domestic In
tho Amies household, and it Is
through this close iiillmncy with her
lover tint sho was Induced lo lovo not
wlsoly but too well.
No cloud over obscured tho bright
iky of her seoiulng riiluro, nnd tliu
lovo chats of Ihu two dwelt continu
ally on tho fiituro slato of their hupp!-
About this time the tempter caiiio
In tho pursou of MI1111I0 I'osler, 11 or
beautiful joutig lady, who was en"
gaged to pick chunk's In Ihu orchaid
attached to the Amies fat 111.
Young Amies appeared tn be gieat
ly smitten with tho rhauiis of MIhh
Minnie, and, In fact, madu 110 effort
lo conceal his growing alTecltoii Tor
tho new arilval fiom all; who wished
lnvo'H cjch being sharp, MIsh Hell
at onco saw how nutters wcio drifting
and made plea time and again wiih
Amies to cease his marked attentions
to tho fair Minnie, but without avail.
Driven to desperation by tho loss of
her lover, and hor fast approaching
season of motherhood. Miss Hell, in
sonio unknown way, seemed a rovnl
vcr and secreting herself nenr tho
house, shot ;oung ArmcH tn death.
Tho next day hIio was found hiding on
n distant part of tho ranch and was
anested for tho murder of Amies and
placed on trial for her life, tho cor
oner's Jury first hultllng her on Ihu
chnrgo of murder.
On July 1, whllo condncd In llio
county Jail awaiting lilal for inurdei
Ing tho man who had cast her off, her
expected child was burn. Tho pioso.
eustlon positively denied Iho fact nf
Llrlh at tho trial of tho prisoner.
On Nnvemhor 2, this celebrated rasn
was called fnr tilal and Bcoro after
scoro of talesmen wero exhausted be
fore twelvo men could ho secured to
try tho case. Prosecutor Hamilton
opened tho enso for tho people.
HtoiloH for and against MIsh Heirs
character wero told by many wit
nesses. Tragic scenes of tearH and
InlntlngH characteristic or such trials
wrro brought Into tho caso. Tho poor
(del mother clung to hor child with n
lovo beyond understanding oxcept by
a mother. Iusanlty, brought iibout by
Iho scorned treatment of joimg Armci,
vnH tho plea leaned upon by Iho do
fonso. Tho "Unwritten Uu" was nlso
inado to play IIh part during tlio trial.
After ono or tho most sensational
IrlalH over held In a com t nr Justice,
Iho twelve JurnrH acquitted Miss Hell
on tho ground that sho was Insane at
the tlmo of killing joung Amies.
An opportunity will bo offered
those so Inclined to ask questions at
a ronferencn upon tho Hahln move
ment Hint will ho held tnmoriovv
night In tho rooniH of tho Kllohana
Kentucky's most fa
mous arid best; tho
World's most famous
and best; the whiskey
that has'ffirdlcd the
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
iff I I
tfJtSX. J:". jmti- hhhi it)