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EVENING "ULLET1N, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY. MAY 28, 1910.
BAILY and WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
at 120 Xing Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Daily every day except Sunday. Weekly iiiued on Tuesday of each week.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
np-i Editorial Rooms, - 185
There are ncttlci everywhere, I
But smooth irrecn crosses are more
common still; Tl0" llon't want Woolley to bo
The blue of heaven is larger than.1111' rcspousllile for' his gum-shoe
-E. B, Browning.
Truth to tell, tlio men Prohibition
Isls would Hko to abandon lira whole
Federal supervision of llm tele
phones will also bevoxtcndod to Ha-
wall, let us hope.
Our marksmen of tho mvy beat
the world. Our merchant Ballon
would also beat the world It the
people would only wake up nnl.glve
them halt a chance to do It.
It will not do nny harm iV finyf
rccnt land transactions, by (IieiTw'
iltory carefully reviewed a provid
ed by Oio amended Organic ( law
Then everyone will be happy. '
III I , , fcO..- X
, They may be able to force names
onto a rroniumon ron -py rjiyni.
rcseniauon, uui mey cajri fiko mo
returns' of the" b"allot-boxr.'lllinM
the Prohibition heelers mays' trj It,.
Dclegato Kuhlo lias spoloanrn few
words to the misguided ofrcUls 'or&iuitloif League executive commit-
this Territory who hnve been, tarn
poring with the pubjlc bulfiUnf-tlto
question. Ills suggestions npp'enrqn
the first page of this Issue.
Notices for the straw vote In the
Interests of Prohibition came tfroni
'the office of tho chief executive' bl
the Territory. Now, Is thq Govern
or of Hawaii tho agent 9'"Pr61iJ7
bltlon campaigners, or Is hij"4'tpx
tentative of the people, and without
- . . ."
"There Is' no personal' rlgliti V
thai blocks the progress of the :u
human raie. Advertiser.
Certainly not, and that Is the rea
son that Prohibition never 'irrolilblUi:
The humun raia refuses to bo block'
ed by an .aggregation of a few mis
guided pcrboiis who assume' to them
selves the personal right to ill
the order of all things human and Dl
vine. , Uetler men than Woolley"iiil;
Thurston declare that Prohibition re
tards the progress of the human
Calls for tenders on the construc
tion of tho PeJrl Harbor marine bar
racks appear In this Issue. , Hono
lulu has an Important community In
terest In the tenders for this Im
portant work. Our peoplo hnuld, If
possible, hco lo l( that; the figures
presented are somewhere wltnln the
limits required by the au'h.rltles.
Delays on Important public work
have been occasioned frequentJvy
me murKi-a uiuercnva 01 upin:m ue
tween contractors and the ennctruct
Ing department. Honolulu vHiitn
those barracks built. The waft has
been altogether too long-
' PROHIBITIONISTS AND THEIR
Under the title of "A Ffike Issue,"
the morning Mother of llllnU l'lc-f
publishes u Thurstonlau editorial
that contalug tbrte opening sen
"The principal question now
. betoro the people of Hawaii U
, 'Shall wo prohibit the manu-
'facture'and sale of Intoxicating
i-Mlhjuor In Huwall?'
"This i a question on which
there Is much to be said pn both
sides, and on which good cltl
bens can honestly differ."
Tho Prohibition party platform
framed by Mr, Thumton and aald by
bis paper to have been adopted with
an uncounted numbor of minutes ol
loud cheers, contains this plank:
"And It further declares tfint
'f the Importation of Intoxicating,
spirituous, vinous und malt llq
. uors Into this Territory, except
.. for medicinal or scientific pur
poces, should be prohibited by
"To Unit end H Invites tho
earnest cooperation of all who
uro In acVord with this dcclaru-
(Inn .W '& .. I
ThoTstudled'evaBlon 'of?tlje Proljl.
bltlonplatform b the sponsor for
ut-i -Jf . fc -t '1
It leads us to agree with him that
fet Sn Moulin ,'no
Pet Yur, tiywh.tntoU.S .. ., I.oo
P(l Year ny-rhfrt n Cin.di.. I. no
Per Ytsr itptld. foicixn 3.oo
entered at tht PtMtortact mi lltiuolum
.MAY 28, 1010
"'"I hl, nsioclatps urc indce
making u (hko Issue,
speak-eaBy campaign carried on in
ushlngton whllo under pay of (hi
crowd that was then and Is now
striving to force Prohibition down
the throats of a people who neither
called for Congressional legislation
on thd liquor question nor demand
ed the plebiscite.
A fake Issue was trumped up on
which Woolley was Bent to Washing
ton as a paid ngent
The fako was further carried out
when Mr. Woolley, caught at tho
gum-shoo campaign, made a pretty
Low to the representatives of the Ha
waiian people who Svcro backed by
protests against the Woolleyltcs, and
nam in cnect, aicce you nave oeai
!n us at our little Wanie, we acccp
anything you may glvo."
Again, tho, f.-iko'Vrti) And Is now
nclngi Intensified when the local Pro
MHt'lpn' pSrii" isoiuliiU.It paid run
nels and endeavor to "Bccuro the
slglm'turej !ot HawallamVto Prohlbl-
Hon. pledges and pctltjaug througH
JHilWlAesentatloni. J' ' .
Nfitfjher. fake .was .worked In tho
rrohlfiltlon organisation when fake
3eshltltlnnliltll wnrn-fnltrnlt thn Prn.
ice. One stated after tho meeting
that he did not betlevo In Prohibi
tion, and another thai he docs not
believe In the prohibition of the Im
portntlon of liquor. Thlit Thurston
himself believes lillown' platform t-i
be n fake Is evidenced by the man
ncr In which he handles U when
SHjng'JbJninke up n defense of Agent
V'oolle)V Jn that fako Washington
cgiimo, :: i ?.,. 't
...Mr-j.KyiU Woolley may bo a nlct
Wirt iilf I ft '-Wnih 'Uveryonc hopes be
Is. r No, pne, lijis.evcr henrd of h!i
robllng'-lien" roosls. Hut there I
;H'.U.s.uj7JWnC- .Ue.was In a mighty
iftitfakjf ideje 'of business WI1II9 he
was In Washington working t(( pu.
through a law for the people of this
Tcriltory without their knowing It,
nnd' he -was thereby trespassing on
thn preserves of the citizens of the
rfwlthoiu legitimate excuse.
except, the excuse of Hip meddler "
paid agent. " '
Prohibitionists lui faked frotr
the start, und they are faking now
They nre warping statistics In suf
port of their cause and furthering
cnmnalcn of rilsreiireLentutloii.
.They nre working o'ortlmo on the
fake that every man who believes ri
the regulation of the liquor traffic
and controlling" It by high ilrense, I
a worker for and supporter, of the
low dive keener. '
Prohlbltlbnlsts thcmsolves' know
that 111 so far as their scheme pro
hlblts, or promotes tempcrnnce nnd
toldrnnce, und those) munlv virtues
that support fair play In dealing
with public questions, pergonal pry
liege, and property rights It Is a
fnke of thn nureit brand.
ProuititlonlslH know ttlat they are
playing a fuke part when they de
fend themselves against the chargr
of being butt.lnskys. The people or
tlrls Teirltory huvo a Legislature nn-1
every cooiplcte uttcunct of tlinlt
Legislature has been In favir of Uq-
uor licensing and' the contioi or th.i
tramc by legal rrgulatlou, 'not pro
hibition. "1'rohluittonlstH faked their
cause from the start. When tlu
plebiscite was proposed they Imme
diately hurried the word on to Wash
iugton that tueote should bn taken
before the regular election, because
.hey didn't wnnt the uhplensart
light to Interfere with nnd mix the
main Issues accepted an uppermost
In the minds nf the fitlzem of Ha
Finally, experience In every State
of the American Union hab proved
that Prohibition Is n fnko. . It pre-.
tends to be something which l(
not, Und which human Ingenuity haj
never been able to make It. I
Horn of a misconception, cradle I
In misrepresentation, reared on hy
pocrisy and fed with prejudice, it Is
no wonder that tho local child o(
Prohibition bawls fake before It Is
a day old. I
Citizens of Hawaii uro Intelligent,
They know what the) want, They
uro law abiding, nnd, In the main,
'either WoaJIey nor the prohibi
tion lenders 'got their mandate lo
go to "Washington from the Haw.il
Ian people nor the united American
citizens of the Territory.
They faked the Issue nnd they
know It. And thero Isn't any doubt
of whnl the voters of this Territory
will do to the .fnke Prohibition
scheme. It will be voted ilovii over
whc4mlngly and the unfortuiintn
sponsors for It dealt with In a kli)d
ly maimer, the good-tempered man
ner In which the llnwnllius have
always dealt with mlKguli'ed Jier
8otiflools nnd kunves.
SUGAR CONDITIONS ABROAD.
Reports of conditions In the
world's sugar market received by tho
Inst mall hie very encouraging to
the people of Hawaii whoso piosper
Ity rests I11 n high uvernge pi Ire for
this year nnd the prospects for tho
next season that arc now being fore
cast. Wlllett & Gray, whJlrpredltlnK
n continued good ruhgo of prices for
this car nnd the next, 'has return
ed to 1,700,000 tons iib Its estimate
for the Cuban crop. Homo time ngo
tho Cuban clop wns placed nt fifty
thotixnnd tons lower on nccount of
Olio of tlio most Interesting arti
cles that has come to the II 11 1 I o
tin is an extract from correspond
ence on the European sugar situa
tion, written on May 5 by tho Parjs
correspondent of tho London Dally
Telegraph. The writer snys: I
"Tho price nf sugar ha rlncn of
late, and there havo been mysterious
allusions to a ring. -,
"Hut the simple fact Is that thero
Is a shortage of that commodity In
Kurope, nnd that Frnnco 1ms also
felt the effects. , This l3 attributed
at the riourso du Commerce to two
causes. There has been less produc
tion during the past fovv-yeais, and
It has coincide! with a decided In
crease In consumption. Ono author.
Ity states tiiat so considerable Is the
shortage In England -thnt Inst week
nn urgent request for 0000 sack wns
telegrnphed to Paris. No very gloomy
view of the prospect, however, li
taken nt the IIoutfo du Commerce,
ns It is hoped thero that tho produc
tion will return to Its normal stage,
It being argued that In tho mean
while the balance may ho protty
fairly restored by a decrease In tho
ute of aiigar, not by tho general pub
lic, but by tradespeople, who em
ploy It for tho manufacture of vari
"It Is, by ho wny, rntner Interest
ing to note that' some of tho refiners
seem Inclined to nttrlbuto a share In
this, shortngo to tho French beetroot
growers, who, when the tarllTs wero
lowered, diminished Hh cultivation,
which, during tho past few years,
has decreased to'n consldcnbln ox
tont. .This stale of things appears
to prove an additional argument in
favor of the suggested experiment in
beetroot growing on your Bldo of
tho Channel. f l.eetroot ran be
cultivated methodically and cxte.n.
slvely In different countries of the
Continent, why should it not be
grown In Kugland? There has been
a sensible decrease In the European
slocks since 1U06, so tho present sit
uation would .seem Id offer n very
favorable opportunity for an effort
which. If carried out with care and
system, ought to be Hiiciessful.
"Our contemporary, the Petit
journal, publishes today nn Instruc
tive article, headed- The Sugar .Mar
ket,' In the coursu of which It, says
that since, owing to tho IlriiBsele
Convention, tho bounties wore rad
ically suppressed from September,
1003, manufacturers wero obliged to
reckon exclusively with sugar prices,
so reduced their beetroot markets,
nnd hence also their own production,
lu a measure more In conformity
with their 1e.1l capacity for salo. Hut
as compensation to agriculturist!
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Matlock Avenue ...2 ' 25 '
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. Manoa Valley .,..3.,' ,.50 , !v ,
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Kaimuki, 12th Avenue. ....,....... .3 " 35.00
Lewcrs Road" 3 " 30.00
Klnau and Pensacola. ..; ...2 " 25.00
Manoa Vallcv .' 2 " 35.00
Call at our office, 016 Fort street .for further informa
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Modern and in Best of .
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' BETHEL STREET
uhu iiiuuuiiu.imriB win. ti mum.!
10 suner lor ni icasi a rew years
from the abolition of the bounties,
itio leglslntors tint only in trance. forme,i that "citizen Is an Inherent
hut In the otlWr countries which ad- ,K,t, f tlint. Is true then why
hcrcd to thb'Cdnventlon, voted for n js Il0l tMat inherent right conferr
llghtcnlng' ofi theln burdens, which Cl ni,0n those thoubands of serfs In
represented nn exoneration or .is- Hnwnll that jour correspondent la
per cent. In France, 31 per cent. In ments nbout? If Hint's true, then
Germany, nnd 40 per cent. In lel- t tems to mo that our iinturullza
glum. The writer says thnt ull this, tiou laws nre nil wrong nnd should
nevertheless, Jed to the closing of ho repealed. At' nny rate 0110 9!
about Jlfty factories In Fraiice, and these propusltlciim Is not compatible
that tho situation wns nggruvntcif
Iiy the liiulllcloncy or the Kuril-
penn crops tturl'ng the past four r
five jcars, duo partly to the execi-
slvely low price ot BUgar, which mil-
Hated against beetroot cultivation,
nml ulso to Unfavorable climatic
conditions. It whb perceived ns far
back ns Inst October that thero would
bo 11 shortngo; nnd now It niuy bo
foreseen thnt. If there Is not soma
substantial economy In the consump-
Hon of sugnr, or In Its oxportutlon
from various .countries In Kurope,
they will, on AububI 31. have a tofal
Block of 300.000 to 400.000 tons to
cam- them over tho Interval until
new iirndiico urrlves on tho market."
Tho following Is from Hie cdlto-
,ii -i... f .-ti, i,,i.,inr. ii.p
Presbyterlnn v.elily: ,
..i .(, iin M, n.
... ,. .,...-...-., j.. -
loons hnvo reopened for busi
ness nftcr 11 year of Idleness
The up-to-dAlc method of commu
nicatintr with business associates
Office open Sunday from 8 to 10
In which, thn city oITIclnln my,
,127,!i51 gallons ot beer nnd
102,203 gallons ot w'liBkcy,
wero -brought In by express.
Oary.-lnd., fs nlso In lino with
Worcester, having 'enjoyed' a
festive evening last week when
1118 saloons resumed business.'
Tho Interior Is In the " Iry" cbl
iiMin, but, unlike Hawaii's Prohlbl
Hon organs. It Is honest enough to
admit that cities or the mainland
nre returning to high llc":iie alter
nn experience, with attempted, Pro
hibition. VOTERS AND CITIZENS
Kurlhtown, Hawaii. May 21. 1910.
I Kdltor B v 0 11 1 11 g 11 u 1 I 0 1 1 n
1 havo rend with moro than usual
ntorCst a communication in jour
weekly Iksue of May 17th, ontltled;
"v0tcr vs, citizens." ,Wo ure In
with the other. He nlso (nforniH us
thnt "voting Is a natutory prlvl-
lege." Very true It Is, but who made
tire statute? Tho answer must ne-
cessarlly be: tbo 13,000 voters. en
why rhould not those 13,000 voter
s.iy to all the serfs: "Thou shall not
drink beer?" They have already
raid: "Thou shnlt not vote."
Your correspondent then proceeds
to ask beveral questions nnd unswere
then hlmtelf, hut not as I should
answer nil of them.
Ho nskB: "Cun prlvllego prevail
against light?" I nay: Yes. It hai
always cli prevailed in Hnwnll and
It looks .to 1110 us though it Will
I'cep. right on prevailing,
Ho bays: "Mr. Woolloy's nppoul U
"''; '" " ' "'; ""' "J"
cilmlmitlng. It Is brazen."
1 thlnU dlfferei.tly. I think US
flr 'nnd honest. If a citizen nnd
voter ciln oto on any public pro
position and get his vote fairly conn
led why should ho complain? "Of
Iho 13,000 probably Jess than 10,
000 ImllotB will bo cntt." What ol
It? No 0110 will prevent nny one
from voting who mis, I.'P IlRbt to
vote, Ana I claim u is not a use
less election tior an liiHU'.j to tho
pcojllo of tlicso Isjaiids.' On- the con-
Itrary It Is the first opportunity .that
has ever been presented to tho peo
plo nt thece Islands jo express their
preference 'on a "public, qi(ostlon first
hand. It aa compliment to tho peo
pie, and nn education for them.
Your correspondent aBks: "Is H of
equity Hi at a hare majority of one
nrteehtli of U10 entlro citizenship
ihopld be pcnulttcd to undertnko to
settle cither way this prohibition
'question, pr any question 'affecting
merely the personal habits or lUes
nnd dltllkes)of.tho whole body of the
citizenship or ippu!ntlon?" Ho then
answers it thua:' "To tolernto this.
Is to put tho stamp of negation oil
nil Ideas or cjulms or traditions Of
majority' government." WJille that
answer Is true, in n sense, 1 should
"It -Id more nearly equitable
than to htte, the representatives or
Ihoso vol era (16 t lie snnie thing In n
'legislature.' Shall tho voters say to
foreigners: "You jniiBt" or "you
must not," Certainly. Tlmt Is just
what we havo been paying .to them
all along und the treaties with t.iclr
countries piovlde that thoy must
obey tbo laws df this county made
b'y the people of this country. Thoy
know thoy had to tnke that medt
elite when they mnio here.
Good advlto Is offered wlvm ho
sitfs. "Let thq voter consider
thoughtfully his' duty, L6t reason
tfiul logic a thl dcnfticrocy preVall," I
say so too. However, the right nnd
! opportunity to vote upon a public
question is not nonsense, nor a
crnnky notion nnd Is not Imposition
upon this good.nntured (?) comuiii
illty. It's the (list ray ot real demo
cracy Hint ever fell upon Hawaii no
matter which way tho question or
liquor may be de.ldcd.
T. J.-' ItKOAN.
Kurlslown, Ilnwall, May 21, '10
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES.
(Continued from Pacrc 3.)
from a tour of tha world that hau
occupied nineteen nionthB. Mr. Wellg
has observed Inbor conditions very
closely, and only In Germany nnd
Australia has he found the laboring
clashes as well or better off than the
common luhorcr on tho plantation
Mayor Fern hna. vetoed the ordi
nance granting it contract for glv
Ing l'ort street hltullthlc pavement.
It now remains to bo seen whether
the ono vole can bo accured In the
Hoard of Supervisors to pass this
over tho nui)or'H veto.
Preliminary plans nro being gone
over for the promotion of a Inrgc
sugar estate, on the other side of this
island to take In the lands owned
by .1, II. Castlo under tho iiumo ot
the Hawaiian Development Company.
It Is quite a large project, and may
go through In tho courso of time
if It Is approved by tho bes( sugnr
experts of the Territory, who have
jet to look ocr It.
Land Low Passed.
The most Important event ot the
week In Washington as regards this
Territory wns tlio approval by Pres
ident Tatt of tho bill amending the
Organic Act. The Delegate, In ca
bling the Governor, stntes thnt this
hill Hint Is now law will attest the
ha pan land Bales that were recently
put through by tho cxecutlvo de
partment. Bn this deal will bo bcld
up until It can bn passed upon by
tho commission of six members to bo
appointed by tho Governor. Ap
pointment of a majority antagonis
tic to his Ideas Is not expected.
)ld she havo a black eye, or did
sho not? Thnt was tho principal ques
tion before the court this morning In
thn contested dlvofco suit brought
by Nelllo 8chenk Kcawcamnhl against
her husband, Honry Parker Keawea
On tho stand the w'lfo testified thnt
Bha was married to Henry for the
second' time last August but that h,
did not glvo her anything but pol
nnd fish to cat with n little meat some
times nnd that ho bent her up some
when ho wns in'n bnd humor, whether
he wan drunk or sobor.
On Christmas bn guvo her a black
eye, n beautiful black eye ns a later
witness and neighbor testified, but his
mother on the stuud testified to hav
ing seen her daushter-lnlaw on the
day mentioned nnd slio saw nothing
tho matter wllh her eye. I
Tho wife told her troubles to the
court lu n convincing manner and two
witnesses testlfle'd to seeing her with
nn. eye that lasted for sovcral days
bIio nluo had been lll-treated nt vari
ous other limes.
When Henry reached tho stand he
testified that ho had never struck his
wiro bIiico their second marrlngo, that
he could not get drunk on six glasses
of beer and that they had lived happi
ly ull tho tlmo since they wero spile
ed fop tho sqcond tlmo in August Inst
At Iho conclusion of tho testimony
-Indgo Robinson granted tho decree on
tho ground of cruelty, tho complainant
waiving nny alimony hut nsklng for
attorney fees which wero allowed In
tho Bum of $50, nlso $15, for costs.
W. W. Thayer nppourcd for tho com
plnlnant and W. C. Achl for tho do
HEN you purchase a fine
Wntch, you want one
that will last for
years; one that, will
give Wisfaction under all
conditions. Howard watches
hayc the reputation of bciif
accurate timekeepers, and,
with the proper care, will
Inst a lifetime or longer.
They tost a little more than
other makes of watches, but
they are worth mpre. We sell
Howards at the factory price,
and have n large stock on
hand at all times.
It F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.,
r V ru-na StriMti at tU Rott IU
iilflNHHfllfcifliikciH ' iifl
MR. S. J. MA3SKY.
Mr. rt. .. Miey, formerly a resident
of Toronto, and a well-knowrt business
man, writes from 247 Ouy street, Mon
'I wish to testify to thjroorf remits
I have derived front the use ofPerunii.
"Having been troubled for several
ycariwllh cstafrh of the head, 1 de
elded to give Peruna a fair trial and I
can truly say I havo received great ben
efit from Its us. It evidently airlkea
at tho Very root of tho trouble and good
results are soon noticeable.
"1 have alto found Perun a very
aluablc remedy for stomach trouble
and Indigestion. ,
"I have no hcsluqcy whatever Jn tee
ommundtiig Pcrunaas a rcllablecatarrb
Tlcrearo several kinds of Indigestion.
The trouble may Ik due to sluggish
ness of tho liver, derMigemonts of tho
bow els, enlargement oT tho pancreas, or
It may bo due to tio ftomach Itself.
In nearly all cncJ of stdmach Indiges
tion catarrh or tho stomach la the cans.
Theonly permanent relief la lo't.moT.
tho catarrh, "
Peruna baa become Kelt-known (ha
world over as remedy In aurh csju.
The following wholesale drucrist
s will supply the retail' trade: BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Ha
waii. r I ' ' 1
Many" peoplo whok'tinvo refrained
from drinking COCyUjOLA, jthlpklng
tlia't irwailnjufloiis because. It reliev
ed fatigue, will be pleased to learn
that Chemists of tho P(ir"e Food Do
partment nt Washington, also tlio
Chemists of nearly all tho' Slate's lmu
inndo analyses or COCA-COpA obtain
ed In the open market and find thnt
It contains no "ilopei" In more elo
Kant language, It contains no cocaine,
morphluu or, narcotics of any kind.
What then 'doos COCA-COl-A contain,
and how Is It that It relieves fatigue?
Tho analyses shoWB thnt COCA-COLA
contains watef, sugar (Byrup,) flavor-
Jug matter, and u substancu called
cnffeluc. Caftclno Is the, substuncu
found In coffoo beans, tea leaves nnd
cola nuts. A glass or COCA-COLA,
turnover, corftnlns ' according' to tho
Chemists, less caffeine than a cup of
coffeo of 'uvernge strength.
-Tho only difference between tea and
colleo nnd COCA-COLA Is that tea and
cofTee both contain small qunhtltles ot
another substance, called tannic acid,
or tannin, which Js tho material foiirnl
In tho tan bark 'of commerce, 'This
tannic acid coagulates protvlds suchns
white of cggB, gfuteiijOf flour, and lean
meat, nlso pepsin of tho gastric Juice;
(flat Is )o snyit tans or hardens theso
matcilnls Just ns it tuns 'tho skins ot
unlmals, rnnvoring them Into leather.
Owing to tho presence of this tannic
ncld both tca,nnd riffca Intorfcro moro
or less with digestion, mid tills Is hyy
B01110 people find Hmt Jeu and Wiffra
dlsagrco with. them. 'However, tlio
caltelno which' Is a, tonfc totdlgcstlon,
overcomes to a largo degree tho had
cfTects ilf tho tannic acid. COCA CO
LA 1h entirely 'froo front tannic acid.
The caffclno contnlned, lu coffeo, tea,
COCA-COLA, .etc., is refreshing to tho
nerves, It la "RedatKo" to tho sonory
nerves, or In othor wnrjit It "steadies"
them. There Is ino 'narcotic effect
ILwImtovcr, und It Is a tonic rather than
a depressant. Tho presenco of cnffleno
explains why COCA-COLA, tun and
coffeo nre refreshing nnd how tioy ro
Somo people find that coffee, tea
and' COCA-COLA keep thorn awoke It
drunk nt, night, also that those hove
ngos miido jhylrfminin ni9rej .active,
This la duo lo Iho fact thnt their
aotho principle, caffclno, IncrcasoH
tho activity pf the, norve -clla of tho
outer part qt life brain, which nervo
cells preside over the functions ot tho
mliril, sensibility, rnasoo and will. In
this wny theso bovernges muko Iho
mind brlghtor or moio uctlvo. nnd no
harm Is done In such cases except for
loss of sleep, Peoplo who nro affected
lu (his wny, howovor. bhould avoid
tho iiso of thoso beverages nt night, or
In the lata afternoon. Taken nt other
tfmeB they are harmless.
When a small boy begins to sovo his
peunloH Instead of blowing them In
for candy, It's n Bnfo hot ho has hi
yo on baseball outfit, .
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