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On Fort Street below Xfng,
THAT REMINDS ME
That It has become qulto the ,fad
hero among Iho 'fair aex to reduce,
flesh. In fact thero' has been a club
started here, (on tho quiet of course)
nnd thero aro a number of ladles tak
ing treatment, .that Is proscribed for
them by their physician.
Now, for my part, I want to say
rlghj hero that 1 like a stout, well
built, fairly-formed woman and I don't
caro who knows It. And It Is a wager of
dollars to doughnuts that If a voto
was taken among tho men tho
"chunky" girl Would win out.
How I come to be Interested In this
subject and fell on to tho track of
tho. nntl-fat club nnd Its doings was
through a friend of mlno who Is em
ployed In an. off and on way by a
physician and ho hears a lot that goes
on In tho Inside 'office.
Ho told mo of a case that camo un
der his oarBOrvatlon a while ago that
nearly broke his heart because ho said
. that sho had spent lots of time, and
money and had consulted with .the doc
tor frequently and, as far as ho kne.w,
had followed tho directions given her
to the best of her ability.
. As sho was leaving tho office ono
day about six weeks ago she dropped
a pager as sho was passing through
the hall. My friend picked It up and
as It was not sealed and he did not
know to whom It belonged he read It
and found that It was a diet prescrib
ed, by the .doctor for tho lady In ques
tion: Hero It Is:'
'""Breakfast Boiled oatmeal with ap
"Luncheon Potato with hot cream,
and butter. ,
"Dinner Wing of fowl; graham
bread spread with cream; cold oat
meal pudding In mould with cranberry
."Take some, exercise, but not too
The; laflyTetunied" shortly in search
for tho paper and, It Was safely re
stored to her by "tho finder. '
U. S. Army Says:
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preyenti .decay 'and, keeM the entire
ayandkea the entire
- If you wish' to keep young, itronu and vigorous and have on your
cheeks the glow of perfect health, ,takeDuIy's Pare Malt Whiskey reg.
ularly, according to,dir(;'tion. It tones, and strengthens the heart m
tion and puriflei then,tire system. It U, recognised as a family me4lolne
everywhere. .It it (invaluabje f, or .ovyrwprked mw,, deljcate' wonien .and
sickly children. It is a promoter tf .health and -iongevity) makes the
old feel young, and keeps the young stroafr.
CAUTION When you ask for Duffy's Pure Malt' Whiskey, be sure
you get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure medicinal malt whis
key and, i sold in sealed, bottlea only; never Jn.bvtlkV look for the
tradeimark, the "pld Chemist,"' qn't he JabeC ad make spre the seal over
the cork is .unbroken. The Duffy Malt WhlsYey Co'.")! Bocheste, N. Y.,'
U. S. A.
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re the AKT GOODS shorn im the
. .t f -v
Here, a couple of days ago she
again returned to the doctor's office
and began upbraiding the doctor for
tho fact, that, she was .not losing an
ounco of flesh; lh fact was gaining It
anything. The doctor looked pu'iilod.
It was surely a putillng" caao for him:
"Madam," asked' the 'doctor at last,
".have you eaten Tegujarly tho diet
I wrote out for you?'1 ' "I have," re
plied the lady rather sharply. "Well
I don't understand It," said the doc
tor. "Have you eaten anything else
besides that diet?" ho asked. "Why,
certainly," repl(ed tho lady, ",I have
eaten my regular meals." '
That chivalry, puro and simple, la
still ono of tho leading features of
"Young Amorlcja," and that our boys
who sail' the ocean "blue In ' Uncle
Sam's 'fighters are as ready to come
to tho aid of a lady In 'distress as
they aro to fly to tho aid" of their
country when danger threatens.
AJte'r an inspection of, ono .of the
battleships now In port a very pretty1
young lady came tripping down tne
gangway accompanied by' one ,of the'
officers of the ship. The young lady
wore a beautiful and costly creation
on her head but a playful gust .of wind
did .not .havo as much respect' for (t
as she did and this same playful" gust
quickly lifted the pretty hat from her
head- and "parried It to tho water be-,
tweentne snip and the wnarx. pbe was
considerably annoyed over the con
trotamps and ,socrned .Jo be at 'a loss
as to what' to do. Her escort seemed
to bo equally In a .maze nnd. the hat
continued to' float further away. v
One of tho boys, who do the fight
ing, when there Is any to do and who
was at that moment, fighting with ,a'
basket of coal, fook In the situation,
and gracefully taking to the water In
n dive from the wharf that was, a
"masterpiece In that' line he respuod
tho hat as carefully as the clrcum -
stances would permit, and with 'a bow
JKB. .HORACE BUITB. ; f- ? i AA
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yjtem injjornJthyndltfojL' '
Jjyf em in a JiormWthynditfofc
Putt M ijjiskiy
Thty are exclusive J most JjtitaBCM.,
; ' I " '
''Tr "T -. J ."' ..I ... '" " '
,Uat WouJd do honor tto a prince, he
.ymeuvea ino (nai 10 yio young .iaqy
"The whole act was .perfect' up to'
that moment, but sho spotted It al by
Uk,lp'k'h,ef purse from per pocket and
oBeriqg.hlm a pece of .money.
"Uy the world forgotten;" nnd to
that might e added ".forgotten by
yearly everybody else," was jnost
emphatically demonstrated .by- a fjt
neral which .took place a few days
ago from Masonic Temple'. I refer
to the funeral of the late L. de L.
There .was a man who, through
some unfortunate .clrcumstan.ee,,
.spent .the .last tew months of his lite
behind the walls .of an Insane ,asy
lUm; was as one, nearly, who .had
Ward had bpen hero a number of
years, was well known, was confi
dentially connected for a number of
.years with one of the best-known
firms .In .this city, was a .prominent
and moving member of a number of
social and athletic and boating clubs,
and considered a generally good fel
low all .round.
.A tew days .ago L. de !. Ward
was relieved of his sufferings and
a Masonic body of this city gave'
the remains decent burial with tho
full rites of that order.
Of all those who knew him during
lite, of all those who had been con
nected with him In a business or
social way, of all thoao who hod
been his Intimates through athletics,
and other social affairs, was there
one of these there at that. funeral
to -bid goodbye to the clay that was
once the life and joy of their midst?
We are waiting for echo to an
swer. We should not play pranks and
Jokes on the officers of the fleet. .It;
is not right, and, besides, it' would
"have a tendency to lift us out' ot
our class. Weare way down here
In thrf Pacific, supposed to be about
two years behind the prevailing
fashions' and about the same num
ber ot 'years behind with everything
itu .viin nmrHral InlrAa- aniViriAni
lold Honolulu should not attempt'
i anything like that', especially on
I riavat officers, who have been all'
Mr. Hoimoe E. Butts, Providence,
H. I,, U. S. Army' man, many yoarl
ao oa account of the hardihipt of
army life bad dyspepsia and stomach.
trouble so bad that he "wrald'toaroelyj
eat. b took irany-i jmn
Whiskey, which gare him immediate
relief. He reoetameadi it as an in
viftorattag ttimulaot and body
'"f tim titi1 Ttnfr' Pniw WH
Whiskey for inahy "years and find
that it is ail that it claimi to U.
H'i " T..rl. """" "T ff;
. r . t'- n:- .--:- -."r- rrrr.
Purine; my tvftnty-f onr yean at mx.'
lce iH'the U. 8. Army Iwai bclue
oonitaafly tranifefttd . ttpm nlace -to,
Dlace. A ajieanlt of ,chiains; .ell-
fteitioa failed' me completely, WV
was icarcilv able to feat VthW"n
the adrioe.or aTfrieid, I puchaiid
.aw. sujuw uea i jiare Mac Jeen
without it. I especially recommrnd
it to ail who are in need of an invig
gratiM atimnknt ,and deiirattf of
building np .their system." Epraoe
ilatti, 00 .Qrandriew fltrtet,
Providence, E. I. HrButti' case
is similar to that of many other aged
mea aadwon, who hae' been kept
-offDuf y row MaltWiikey ai a
.tafdicine.- -Jt ii a fed'juJring no
Bgeiuea, which haji aVstimulatine
JUo, effect upon the system.
l1 ia building nerve tbiuef!
qver the .world and are .so far ahead
of us In thai line, bui dear' old Ho
nolulu will attempt such things, and
the "hlgger" the game, the better she
likes it. ' i
One of the lieutenant-commanders I
from one of, tho .ships now' in port
1 1 1 1 1 1 in i i
.(METHIN.G ABOUTv ELEPHANTS
AND THEIR CAPTURE
,t By Marshal ,D. Taylor.
Having had an esta,to elephant vjork-.-loss males; ,tho panasha,,or one-tusk-Inlj
forme rutting mjr long residence in cd,"and Albinos, or thp so-called whlto
India, readers 6f 'the Dull et Iri'wlll. elephants. These are not', as many
b'o Interested to learn a few facts 'in people Imagine, snow white, but pro
regard to these highly Intelligent abd mottled 6r blotched with' cream-color-cas(ly
trained beasts. ed patches, 'which greatly enhance
Tl,ere are three kinds of elephants Uw'r value. The b,est apeclm.e.ri of an
In India, v.ll the Koomerlah, Meerga, I Wj PF J ft' ,1." possession
and Dwasaie- The former is the thor-.f i"e King Pf Slam. whch Is profuse
oughbre'd' and forms ono of tho con-iv n0"leP; .... .
splquous features of an Indian pageant. Elephants' are looked upon oi such
tho Mc'ergm ! somewhat' Inferior al-la MfWe asset In India thai hey
thbugh excelling In ilnt of fiowi, "e not R0e'1 '? ,bo ho' ?r klllc''
while th'eDwsala Is a hybrid, a cross,"? nr.wa' ?"' "7 Pee Permls-
Wwoan lh. n Thli tnltor mnortom '
constitutes'.about 76 per cent of all
elephants found In India.
EloDhants are full-grown when about
2J 'jekrs!'of''ge', and are mature .be-:
twen 'the .axesi Of 30 'and, 35. 'These
waiuuiuui uoaaiB live iu a npe qiu ago
while In 'a Wild and natural state, oft-
en attaining to as much as 160 year's,
but when In captivity, .qwlng to .tho
constrained habltB, hard wqrk. ,ptc,
ineir lire is snortcned anji seldom qo
they ,$xceed tho '100 years limit.
Elephants ro qot, by any means, In
expensive to keep, as a ".healthy ono
Will ,cphsump as much as 6Q0' to 700
pounds of fodder per diem, rn North
ern 'Bengal 'akid Assam, "the working
elephant's' keep, can be considerably
reduced, 'especially In tho tea-'ordduc-
ing. districts of those provinces; which
contain .th.ouss.niis pf square miles .or
virgin .forests, hence affording an
abiuidanco of'fpdiler," whereby ,the
i...v .. i-KJr.v i:,i .,.-. n.
1".".:" iVru'u '""H? iimit. are trained to ken the male con
riltfSFSnZW- IT". SC
heavy .load, something more sub
stantial thasrjStire, grpen rood must
be given maa(unhusked rice) ,lra
very .valuable ojeiMid.la" well adapted
ttf thIsFvffill?lephanras a .rule
has 'two attendants a, mahout' (driver)
and a grass-cut' About p' m. these
two men. msrch the elephant to1 the
neareats Jungle, 'where ho .begins to
pull and Pluck that fodder which most
appeals to him. This ,he tosses up to
tho , mahout, who stacks' It When
sufficient has ben oollected, the mah
out ropes .this down and the elephant
Is marched to his tree where Ho Is'
hohbled.- ' "
While tho elephant and .mahout are
engaged collecting and stacking fod
der,' the grass-cut Is. busy cutting
bundles of broad placed grass. 'On ar
rival at the tree the are' placed .on
the ground In front of.hlm. When tho
Sahib (white man) has first inspected
the Jodder and had boen greeted .by
tle elephant, who had .been trained to
go down on his knees and trumpet,
LtOls being .his method of salutation,
sbme.0 pqunds otnhkn.Was measured
out "and placed atpngsde the .bundle
Or broad bladod grass.
The object' of cutting this grass will
Inow .b apparent: ,Hephants could not
pick up in cuuiun uib.ktoioi oi uanu,
which are rough and somewhat"' rib
bed. It trunk, would soon become
etdpped up and caiis'e irritation. The
fful 'therefore sits at the eio-
nhinfi haul. 'anri.hv HnhHIInir nvAS a
wisp, qi grass, Ann ai iae aame tune
making a,hollqw n ,lhp .center pt.thls,
he .fills H w th f throe or fqur handtull,s
yt Mian, wraj-s a ,f,fljr' blades grass
Dh'ari and grass,
The natives Of India,' for .the most'
pact, go gatefoot. mahouts always. By
sitting straddloyays UDa0 the ,ele-
nuautra jiecK fie Places his pet .one.
oeniuu .eacn .oiner
behind each ear ot the elephant. At
the place whero tho lobe Joints tho
peck la a sort of Cushion; Tho rnjtaout
place's hUoes upon these and com
mences, to 'pedal after tbe manner of n
pianist when modulating the tones of
his instrument. If tho beast Is to go
forward, the mahout pedals with both
feet; ,lf .to ,tho right, the right foot
only'pedals; and If, to the left, thO left
foot pedals! It, the elephant Is desired
to stop, thp mahout stops pedaling ai
together'.'".Cortaln words bt command
uior i"i, ami pronou io(S cnui(e
to th,e "elephant in what r can'bost'de
scrlbo as a""tamale." cOninolcd ot
. . . i
are gfire'n'Jf It Is desired that theelop K$?.my? out ,of the. stockade iapd
phant -ho;uld knol or rise, such as:,raP8'ii.,, . , .' .
DhaU6;.o?;ootow. ', 0Phnts arc i soon tawed and bo-
It woutd.be imposslble-for, a mahout
to lead .Ms' charge In any other wa.
as the Jungles aro dense, and Infested
with Joechbs, Eiiakes, and wild .ani
mals. p T' ' '
' Male elephants when mature,, -attain
to a-height of somo 9 feet 6 luchet
the shoulder,.. and females; to -gome1 8
feet, Tliey are capablo of carrying
Mmmensb loads for ,q,ulte, a long dlo-
'I ifltloa ntml (1 siirl i tlio Inhrfl 'm ncr)rieilv
adjuttod, Cuddles, or Heshlan cloth
Muffed' with stiaW. is the'nitist'DOuular
form of pack saddle.' These are' mad?
so .that the onlmarBpIpeMs perfectly
free 'from all pressure, and the load
held In place by means, of rbpoa and
During tlio noonday hours, elephants
8hnu1 be hobbled and allowed to rest
'They should always be taken to water
at sunrlso and sunset and given a bath
ally'.'' ' "
'Thoro are. sovornl peculiarities in
lep.hants4 ,stjcU ,rs u(aas, ifir usk-
f frnnrf fallnwn" Ihn nlhAr cvnnlriff nnd
In tho midst of the fun the 'phone
rang. Ono of the boys answered up,
"Yes, the lieutenant la horo. Would
you 'like to sp,eak with him?"
The lieutenant goes to the 'phone.
"Yes, .this Is Lieutenant ."
At that Instant about a gallon ot
water hit the lieutenant square in
the face,; coming through the 'phone.
For a few seconds .the room resem
bled tho ."rush" of a football game,
but order was soon, restored and the
lieutenant was prevailed' upon to bo
calm, which advice he followed, and,
sentlng himself on a sofa, produced
the "makings" of a smoke. At that
Instant 'someone touched n button
and the lieutenant again went up In
the air, assisted In bis aviation by
some electric wires which ran
through .the sofa.
I would tell you moro about .this.
'but I fainted then.
IOn. ID I8CI. Wnen 1 ,WBS in India, a
fine of some 00 .roupes was .the pen
alty exacted ,fpr-anyone, round to have
killed an elephant without such per
mit. In Africa, Where tho ocphant is
not used as a beast of burden 11,1(6 his
Indian brother, ho Is kll'ed solely for
the sake of sport and .for ,thp ivory.
' itaio elepliants aro tnvetcrato flirts,
hencp females "are usually, employ bd to
decoy them'. When word has been
brought In .that1 a flpe tusker has been
located, tame' females are at once
made ready and marched to that par
ticular spot. In the Jungle. All Impedi
ments, such as rops, chains, etc., aro
rjspenscd with as thesp would only ex
cite the mao and causo htm to become
auspicious. " ' r
The mae soon learns if their pres
ence and 'makes overtures to tlipm by
passing his trunk over their bck by
Way of carcssmtnt. HaVln'g satisfied
himself that all Is to his liking, ho
begins to feed with them: These .fe-
eirialcs' are eubstltuted' at InterValsJ
nv kcnlnir thn mnln nnllniinliv fni.i
feet: If to the right, .tho right
lowlng'aftor them he becomes so bvor
come with' exhaustion thht he- Is at last
obliged .to rest. IF Is then that' at
tendants manage to' hpbble him. If he
shows Ogbtln any -way, ,e, (e'maies
fJose in' upon nlm and nrevent' him
from doing apy damago.
in capturing large herds, different
tactics .have" to be employed The
Keddah system Is very oxtcnslvely
used and s6ems to be a very popular
method. Tho manager or tho Ppel
Khana at Cooch Dchar, 'an Independ
dit state ruled bVer by the Maharajah
of' that .narno, paid a visit to me tome
eight years; ago when I was at JCumar-gram-Duar.
He was pn his way to
Bhutan, another independent stato, on
whose frontier I Was stationed' at tho
time. He had with his somo thirty
tame elephants and a largo retinue
Those be dispatched .to the neigh
boring Jungles .where an immense
stockade was erected. This was
screened with trees and .boiiehs and
rrisjdo to rosqmblo'as.iauch as possible
me surruuuaiugioresi. V" ln0 msiue
and elose'to the stockado a largo ditch
was dug. Elephants are unable to
jump and this trench was dug In or
der' that' angry wales would not rush
upon tne stockade.
Tho one entrance was funnel-shaped
and screened with shrubs and grass'.
This , was BUppllpd'wiih a huge wooden
traMopr; which could Bo drtppod'the
mdmont ,1(10 herd had entered When
everything was In readiness" 'the at
tendants 'and lame eleuhanta took un
positions oh the outskirts of Xho
Juhale and beaan to cIobd .In townnln
'the .s.tockade, JSy tho ' aid .of guns.
urums anuouipr noisy instruments me
herd was .gradually ilrtvcn forward iiri"
til 'they finally' entered tho funnel
shaped entrance.' The tamo females
then JpllOwed" close behind and when
It... I..,''aI t... I.ll.l ..MM t.J L.JIluJ
thb ropes wore' cut and the trap-door
The captured herd finding every
thing' quiet- ,wlthn the stockado did
not 'at tftst realize that they had been
captured,.' as the Jungle within had
not been cleared. They began to feed
and Alter a few .days wero sufficiently
dbello to allow of tame fomalosTwIth
mahouts pn their' backs entering the
stockade. " Tho Inalnn wnrn hAhlilbii
Bjtwi tied up to, trees and in duo'.tlrno
coma1 docile.' They never forgetfklria
pets evin Wler several ui'earg "ilb
sch'co, and afo one of th 'most gentle
and Intelligent beasts extant, '
'f ; " &;;.
iWe. ndmlrp eharlU.that Isn't on
parade. " '
'A wise man says Just enough and
then puts tho ltd on,i!
Two hearts that beat W one sel
dom keep time very long.' '
TttTTTTtSif f S
Etch Cd. x. :
l1. BBBB ' JkwtcfttmmitrSwtli
for Infan'tlsand Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
CAfTOlklA has met with rfonounccd favor on tho part of phyalciaaa,'
phe.rr.toce Jtlcal societies an f. medical authorities. It is Hied by physicians
with results most gralUylng-. Tl io extended uso of Castoria is unquestionably tlia
result of three facts t 1st, The i.tdinpniablo, evidence that it is harmless 9mit
That it not' only allays stomach gains' and rpilcts the nerves, but assimilates the
food; 3rd,'lt is tantTceable and pcrfrctsubstltute for castor oil. It is absolutely
safe. It does not contain anyioplukn, morphine, or other narcotic and doea not
stupefy. It is.unllke SooUilna; Synips, Butoraan's Drops, Qodfrcy's Cordial, etc
This Is a good deal for a mcdicnl Jonrnal to say. Our duty, however, is to expose
danger and record tho means of auVancing health. The day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or.ignoranco ought to end. To our lmowlcdse, Coa
tb is a remedy which produces composiira anil lienllli, bv rfjrulatlnjj tlm
ten-not by'atupefylng It and our rtadcrs are entitled to tUo iutormutlon.
iJcuTs Journal of Health.
,.... . - i j-
Tho V y3 vPJL'i." cnarnr-lci-s cenuino
(ureiof UfasvVaS,:i Cnnt'oj-la
CiatorUftaaea flsit In Its gIsm. Io tar
t. i) xv of pruUc 1 can m I nnn n found
siijttJai t'-t him tt r'i " "
Vouia i'suioirr.H. D,
y ' CltVbUnd, Ohio.
",f I km aM roar CwtorU h tho cm i of my own
hbi sol sod Jt pleutat to t w, nd Iuts obulntd
iXTOllont ronita from lu ."' . '
V. A. DooaniH. Jf. D.,
"Itsinilnmiri'fn r "."f 1 Cutorlt,
bsrmt neoauneiKjM Its n In laanr ltutences. odd
coiwlder It UW sat UuUr that cookl U nwd.
Hirmn . it Ktmv aL D., fit Losls, Mo'
Children Cry for Fletcher's Casterla.
In,.lj8.e For 'Over 3 0 Years.
Tl't tWTaXMH frtefVWf.VT
rr-rvr. i ..-.-. - .ie-i
BEIF-HYPHOIISMt IT'S EASY.
One Can Tb-nk Himself! Into a
i ranee, sayi rroi. xcnencr.
JTKACA, Ja. 10. That nil per
sons oxcent cUlldren or idiots can
easily hypnotist themselves s tho
Opinion of Proj. Edward IJ. Tlchc
nor, head,' of thli graduate, school of
psychology at (srpoll University.
as a maiior .c( iaci, rroi. iicne
nor says, the ot-crntor is of small
Itnportnnco in b pnqsls. The main
thing Is that the subject glvo close
attention to the fa;t that ho Is go
fte s GivlnQ flway
s A BOOiC F.OR
A Masterplecf! of .Philanthropy by Drf X.LaMottS J
oBge.i i-bs uerit or
X. LiMOTTE 8X0 B. A. M , riL D., LL.D.
The Man who Is aividg Away a
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Dr.' X. Mllotto Sage, ptesldent, is
tiring away a fottuno in boks. ,He ,lt.
putting them 'rlgut into tho, homes or
jthe 'people 'absolutely wlthpit'cost or,
trouble 'to them, navo tho Bmall trou
'bio ot writing. Ho has prepared am!
printed the most iremarkable work oi
.personal magnetism, hypnotism, an:
how to succeqd in) life that han iivi
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associates ana make his mnric in .iife.i
II IS Just what orery fatber'and mother
.needs to eradlcato bad torapej-a ondj
evil inclinations ' in children, to
strenathen their moral faculties, ban-
.ish djs.ca.scs aijd ma.Y,a thepi grow to)
(WW IUOU AMU ,VUUtaU BUtU AO UUU
.tended the should.be. j
v It lijust whht ovory-miniBler of tho
gospel' needs' to hold iho wavering
steadfast In' their faith, ;to help turn
thp'talhds ot tho wicked toward moral
jty.fhopeity and'rlghtdolng. It la Just
yhatvery lawyer needs to help 'him
ilnflutace Jurleo,, control witnesses and
,to deliver his argument in that fOrco
ful,T'eonvlncing manner which carries
contictlon with overjr word. It la Just
whit'you nedd. no.matiter'who'jou aro
on'what you do, to enable you to cot
out of life' the success, pleasure and.
nappmoss wnich tho Creator Intended
should be "yours. If you aro not suc
cessful, If you Bro not making money.
It.-la becauso you do not.know that so
cret power that' rules the thoughts and
minds of men. If you aro already suc
cessful, you can become ninfo success
ful if you but master tho hidden forces
around you. Learn to uso tho secret
magnetic powor with' which nature has
President Sago's book proves every
ono Is born with this mighty subtlo
power that anyone can easily devolop
It at home without tho knowledge of
hi -' Intimate friends Jand 'associates
and influence peoplo secretly to carry
.PUt hl 1-QU.iiU flBj jjeaa, . Ctftfllfl-
'Ai-t'Lv. - Jj!U -
"1 hjo sv.1 jimr Cutorli uij ernnd It ta
cicclVnt' mni-l u nj bovtbold anj pittttj '
n. i. taW, u. .,
j CrooUjn. f. r.
Ml find tout Cutorii to b a ituJanl funllr
rtmolt; t U but thing for InfaaU and caU
dnn 1 m tm known ud I rtcnmmeni It."
K. X. Eiutnon, If. I)4
I Omaha, Jfsb.
', fi-Thut darini th put rli run prescribe! toot
Cirtorl for InftaUl ilooi-ch dUonltn, I ett
rtuy commtua its aw. Tho formula ccmlilta
i BoUlag dsktaloutothomoMdclluttof chUdna,'
J. a. Elliott, II. D Hew Totk Oar.
fWM e itMIt, HIVVMAUff.
ing to enter tho hypnotic state. Tho
t professional hypnotist gets his iow-
t:r u uuvui iisiiik uiiu ciaiuiH, iiiere
liv nroiisllli- f.illli til lilm mnnntf' tbn
credulous, hq says. Prof. Tlchenor
uenicd thnt one could bo hypnotized;
ngninsi nis win.
Tho Nlcarncuan covernment has.
t OlBpntched 500 men with artillery to,-
Acayapn. TJio JrefolutIonary col
umns have arrived at ln Llbcrtad.V
The .trial n; (Virillnnl T.nrnn. in
Ifcpscd of trying to cripple .the pub-
( lie schools, has ended, and the dec!-.
slon will .be nnnounced In a month.'.
a Fonune in Boors
a Noted institution'
ly Is a wonderful force, capablo of InA
MUIIU kuou. (.
yo give below extracts from letter '
ot some ot our pupils:
''It Is with the greatest pleasure that
I wrlto you these few lines. I have to '
tfill Vnil U-llll' II.A Ml-M,laH sh .1.
. -, n... iiiu ,iti.uvaa win oiu-
eerily for which 1 4m "known, that your
.Cours.o has been an invaluablo treas-'
uro for roc. I fuel proud to have ray
,hamo associated with an 'Instltuto.ot
such largo reputation. ' Your faithful
pupil, Oilbcrto Cano, callo do Hidalgo'
28, Burgos. Tampas, Mexico." "
"I 'Am PtltlrAlV At HM1F il(.nM.l In.
,toll, to whomever you may ''want, how
"'' ivau cic(icvs aro vaiuaoie to .
inan., and how easy it is to study these
bv mean nf vaiip rMivA r t.,.ii.K
that 4t would bo Impossible for anybody
... ...j uu ruau ii w resist mo acsire to v
attdjr ,them. The student finds la
yo ir brok words which raise his moral
er,brgy when overcomo by physical fa
1 tup. and leave hlm'a new man. Juas.
' Jopis Sanx, Ruo da Padarla, No. 1,'
"I havo studied for two -weeks, with!
tho greatest attention and order, ail th
instructions contained In tho Treaty, by;'
cprrespondenco on Magnetism and Per.
snnal Infltipniv. TinnA4i.M o..u,
lTherapeutlcs, etc.. of the New York la-
Dinuio iu ocicnco or mat town. I asa
happy to cordially tender ray fellclta-
tlons to tho body of teachers of this In
stitute, whjlo at the same time I au
glad to assure them ot my slncera
gratltudo for tbo opportunity they of
fered mp to radically change 'lay des
tiny In this world. Carlos T. Cuellar, S
do Mayo, Lotra F, Monterey." Mexico.''
President Sago ordered 'printed
twenty thousand copies of his newl
book for frnn fl1atlli,.ti... m.. t..., .
aro now. .coming off the press. Theyj
.o 't-uy uiusiratea with , the On-
Sh WSI ngs: nn(l U1 Prove a valu
nblo 'addition, to any library. If youl
Jin?7"M Jowl' hypnotism, tha
h.ii , i..""."??,,'q"' raasneiioi
.... . ( ,urcu ocicnccs, -write ion
n C,?W ,5Veiarkab book aS
once' It jwlll'bo Bent to your addreae.
mysTinedj' a'n". bdnoll 'a' "moJhS
words enn tell NmM.. nl",.':-
ever bein prlntcd President Ban i-.
KiTlntr fhDsn hrviirii vw - ..".
flit ofrthq public. 'Ho-bellevea"br so
.i.iB.no , cPonjP'hlng more good)'
than by donating his money to hos
pitals, public libraries, or anything ot
this nature. Ho gives you a boole
worth moro to many a young man thai
a collecro etluf-nfinn. TTa nit-a u ...'
for your own personal uso, to keen W
your library or to carry wlih you. fym'
account of tho great oxponse In nresar-.
Ine and nrlntlnp- ihi. imnv -iT .,.
are reouested to wrlto who are csd
.ii '' ,,nlf1.CBtPl,. m bettering them,'
selves in llfp and' who actually, wish tal
mako nracllral nan rt i. ,:.. ,v'
Klven.fu tholboot; M(you SStvgS
copy.'wrlto at nnSS'tS'r?'vS?! .
Sago. DonL mi n t.i.V..r iT'uV?,
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