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1 . EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAY 22, 1911. " -""" '7 11'-" .9
it- I WANTS!T1j5ffl8 msm i sehoigiHs)if -
f " &&& SJ O CMSMM) Exterabi.teAntheRatf.andMIe, PFATF TFRIWS ' ' ' " P - 'V ',jft Wi I
t I. In a Single Wight .. -ja...w , X . . ' ' SH, ' HJ 1
'Get rid In a thorough way of the" a rip OlPlirn t&A tfir? f --&3'- TH ,"?LaiJJiiI I
:, ' TO-LET. . WANTED. rats and mice that Infest your prem- AtfrMllhll WfcZ Jwk&r! WHH f-S! , , . $lMW&n. 3
' 1' " Don' catch one occasionally II II f ,1111 VM I L)f4 SmSymW ,7. CMK' ' &tMlzk I
Tim property known us the Wilder
building, corner of Fort ami Queen
streets. Dimensions ItxCS. Thu build
ing 'will Ijo remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to O. llrcwerji Co, UA.
rurnlslieil cottngfii, nenr cflrlfne, '1S12
ROOMS AND DOAROT
Cotliiga with hnth nnil hoanl for cou
ip. A milto of rooms With Ijyard
t iintt hot uii.l cohl water hath, Hlmily
Nook, 1019 liuietanla Ht. 'rclephonu
Itoonih with Imnril, AVnlklkl, for gen
tlemen. 23'jl Kalakaun Avi.; phono
Nlcn furnlaheil rooms mul hoanl, rorner
King nnd TllchnrdM Sts, 4930-lw
Nlcely-furnlslicd rooms with board.
Apply 13CC King St.
On credit! 11 a week) no security. Uo
while" paying. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Ono large, airy furnlKhed room, sult
nhle for two gentlemen, nnil a small
furnished, with electric light and
bathroom; near cnrllne. Mr. K. ,.
Rclimlilt, preprletor, 1038 Alapnl St.,
near King. 4933-lw
No. 73 lleretanla St. Klectrlc lights
and running water In each room,
l'rlce reasonable. J. II. Townsend,
11 a week; no security. Wear whlto
paying. Full line) low prices, good
goods. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Crcasuty's furnished cottages, Walklkl
lleachi Tel. 28C8. 488'J-tf
FOR 8ALE OR LEASE.
Lots or cottages on carllne, IChlmukl.
tlorman, 1U0 Alakrn BL
l"ca"n supply' Vou with stock or eggs
from tho following breeds: It. I.
Iteds, II. 1'. Itocks, 8. C. White Leg
horns, Fnwolles; -Silver' SpangtA!
Ilamburgs, Silver Seabrlghts, IJan
utus, 'Silkies uiid Itlark Mtnorcus.
Iteferencu: Sonoma Natlpnal Dank.
Jnck Lee, .It. 3, llox '8, Ivtulum.t,
" Cal. ' -t930-lm
New attractive live-room cottage,
clienp. llverythlng modern. Nlco
lawn; choice ft-ult and shado trees.
Ninth Ave., Knlmukl, one block from
rarllne; nbovo sanatorium. Inqulru
on "premises. 4928-tf
' Tho Transo envolope a tlme-iaTlnf
Invention. No addreislng necta
ary In sending out bills ar T
celpta. BulUtlu Publishing Oa.
sole ngsnts for patentee. ti
Fort street unapt 14000 Seven-room
a ml. bath homo. Lot 00x114. TliU
piece of property Is ultliln a block
t und a bulf of UcrctanU street.
Uiuutlfut homo In Pulolo Valley, close
to carllne; cheap; attractive terms.
t See Walter II. Dradley, care Ial-
mukl"Xand Co., Ltd.; Tel. 1609.
Corner lot, Knlmukl, 100x100; best lo
cation In district; good neighbors;
unsurpassed view. Address P. O.
Hox C12. 4878-tf
MKN'S clothlne on credit; $1 per
'week; Bulls given at once. P. Ivy
OutllttlnK Co.. Sachs llldg., Fort St.
Three-bedroom house and lot on LI
Una St., above Wyllle St. Price
11900. Phone 3448. 4836-tl
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort Bt.
P. O. Uox 40. 4683-tl
Sloop yncht, complete, with sails, etc.
Cheap for cash. Address P. O. llox
Victor phonograph No, 3. with ninety
records. Phone 3387. Parties leav
ing for Coast. 4928-0t
Inter-Island nnd Onhu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Choice cut flowers. Phono 3029.
On credit; no security;, wear whllo
paying. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Victor Talking Machines
, And ""
DERQ8TR0M MUSIC CO., LTD.
' Thayer Piano Cq.
AND OTHER PIANOS
160 Hotel Atr'st Phene 2919
Competent ilH'SKimiker to tako chargu
of ilrf HKiiuiklliK depnrtmelit of nil out-of-tun
ii ept,rtiiieiit Klore, Apply In
urltliiK to Moieliulidlno Dept., Alex
miller & Haliluln, Ltd.
To save you 33 1-3 per rent, on your
meter hill by tislnjt our Hlro-drauii
Mnnlu laiiipx. Will bum In liny po
hIIIuii. lliilinlilhl Klcctrlo Co., cor.
lleretanliv nnil Alakeu HtH.j Tel. 3097.
Men who like to wenr uoo.l clothes to
call nnd pee our Rumples. CUO pnt
tirns Just nrrlved. F. Iivy Outllt
tln Co, Sachs llldg., Port St.
Hei'ond-liand portahln or stationary
gasolliiH engine, 10 to IS horsepower.
"U. C", JLIulletln oillce. l28-tf
Good dreiscrs to get their suits inado
to ordir from F, Levy Outfitting Co ,
Sachs llldg., Fort St.
All kinds of keys made to order. .M.
Shcstopol, cor. ljlshop and Merchant.
To buy a small collection of postage
stamps. "12. "II. P.", Dullctln oince.
Anything of raluo bought for cash.
Carlo, 1117 Fort 8t. 47B3-tf
LOST OR 8TOLEN.
From corner of Alspal nnd King Sts.,
a Columbia bicycle. Itcturn td 713
H. King St!, and receive reward of
I'aclllc Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale.
1102 Fort St.; Tel. 3132.
Storage batteries rented; 12 per month;
recharge 11. Magnetos and colls re
paired. Hergrr't Klectrtcal Works.
On credit; 11 a week; no security,
Wear whllo paying. J, Carlo, Fort
J. A Combs, '-J0J1 BtnngonwuM Uldg'.;
Tel. 1884. Notary public.
Dr. Ij. Ii Cns,o Oillce, Lewis' Stables;
Phono 2141. Itesldenco phone, 1113.
Phone 3022 for tlie best soda water
made In Honolulu. Honolulu Soda
Waier Co., Matsumoto lane, near cor
ner of lleretanla and Nuuanu.
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 2511. Young Hotel Btand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tt
First-class livery turnouts at rea
sonable rates. Territory Livery
Btable, 348 King; phone 2G35.
Union Employment Office Japanese
cooks, waiters, yardboys, etc. Phone
1420. a. Hlraoka, 208 lleretanla,
near Emma. 4919-lm
T. Ishllmshl, Klnau Employment Of
fice; phono 1879.. 4S9C-tf
George Yumuda, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 210 McCandless
llldg. Phone 1115.
J It. Davis, builder und contractor.
Estimates free. Teh 2029; Uox 105.
John Mnttos, sanitary plumber and
sheet metal wor)er, Manufacturing
and repairing of nuto fenders, radia
tors, etc. 124 Ueretanla St.: Tel.
Won Loul Co. Sanitary plumbers nnd
tliiHinlths. Hotel St., bet. Maunaken
and Smith Sts.; Tel, 1033,
Yee Sing Kee Plumber und tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauaht.
Clothes cleaned, dyed and pressed on
short notice. Culled for and deliv
ered. Phono 3029, B. 1 lunula, 1100
Fort St. 4840-tf
DR. IIIIK'H Oltk-e, 04 Alex. Ynuip;
llldg, Phone 3308.
Cull nil J I'lil In for Jewelry. wnlrliM
Mild tllyluiihils nil l'i'dll i wi'i-K'
mi sci'iiriiy Wear whllii imylng
t1 ) i ' ' " I
niJLLETIN API PAY-
Exterminate All the Rats and Mice
In a Single Right
Get rut In a thorough way of the'
rats and mice that Infest your prem
ises. Don't catch one occasionally
In a trap, but kill them all off in a
night with Stearns Electric Rat and
It has been the standard exterm
inator for the last thirty years, and
never falls to kill off rats, mice,
cockroaches, watcrhucs, etc.
Heady for use, easy to handje, and
sold under money-back guarantee.
Sold everywhere. He sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $1.00. Stearns'
Electric PaMc Co., Chicago, 111.
t rt n irnn ritt iftn inpin an mi in a - a-aa am 4 ich v .vs ihvo .. .' T) tt ' ,.w-..,t i a v .iH ;9ihSiMt;
Hetween Nuuanu St. nnd Occidental
Hotel, lady's small poekethook, con
taining memos', meal ticket and key.
Finder return to "Mary." Ilullettn of
fice, nnd receive reward.
At Alnahnu, a bar brooch Wth large
black peorl In center; bar set with
small cut amethyst. Finder return to
"Xl Y. '..", Ilullctln olllcef nnd recelyo
Are you 1117 If so, you. should Inves
tigate Vlava. No drugs. A treatment
founded on laws of Nature. Nature
.ilouo on heul; that's Vlavn. You
owo It to yourself to Investigate.
Send for literature. Free lecturu
Thursday, 2:30. Tho Vlavn Co, 1140
Alakeu St. 4932-lm
"Knos thu Painter" paints anything and
everything. All work guaranteed llrst
class, Also papcrhanglng nnd dec
orating. A trial will convince. Union
St., ubovo Hotel; Tel. 2230.
Mrs Hodgson, teacher of piilnn. 1010
Ihniua, opp. Itoynl School. See sign,
Y H. Yung Expert shoo repairing.
Union St., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
Fart Street Near Baretanla
Received by S. S. Wllhalmlna
WHITE SERGE AND NAVY BLUE
ALSO SHOPPING DRESSES
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
67-68 Young Building
Stylish Pattern Hats Just Opened
Boston Building Fort 8treet
CALL AND SEE THE LATEST
CREATION8 IN HAT8 .
Received by the S. 8. Wilhelmtna
1027 Nuuanu Street
Importer Fort St
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE' OF DRY D00D3
WAN YING CII0NG
KiriR Street, Ewa Fishmarket
FANCY DRY GOODS
78 Beretanla Street -Ilotweon
Maiinakuu und Smith Street
Wing Chong Co.
KIND Wt NEAU UKTJir.L
I)fln In Furniture, Mattrmri.
do,, (to, All kliuli of X0A and HIS
UI0N viniNlTUlir, made to order,
(Associated Press Cable.)
JtlAHirz, May 21. Commissioners
for both sides signed tho peace agree
ment betwvuti tho federal goeriiiiielit
und, the Insurrectos nt 10 o'clock to
night. Word bus been sent tu all the
cumlis of tho rebels and all towns In
tho hands of the federals In this dis
trict of tho establishment of peace.
It Is stated tlutt the considerations
fur pence ns contained' In the agree
ment lire, that President Dlax and Vlcu-
Prtsldeiit Corral resign by tho HVst of
tho moiith,Franclseo L. Do li Ilarrn,
blister of foreign uffnlrs, to bo seuted
as provisional president.
Amnesty for All.
A number of reforms are alluded to
and an amnesty for nil the rebels will
be one of the provisions. An Indem
nity Is nlso provided for.
Anothcr'claiise Is that the rebels will
naino six of the eight member of the
(iihlnct nnd nlso many of the governors
of states, as well as minor olllcers.
CASAS OltANDES. Muy 21 It Is
jenorteil (Yfo,)lint i?H9' Insiirnjtos,
iiinriliuig tiirougio (JUini)iuuui, nri( in
tent upon cnpturlng hostages to compel
Desperate Fighting. ,
LAREDO, May 21. Desperate fUjht
lug Is'agaln reported In Torreon. neb
cin took Dr. J. W, I.lin, n Chinese bank
er, from his homo, and, placing a ropo
around his neck, drugged him to the
pliixn, where ho was killed.
Tho two Stermon brothers, hotel
keepers, were killed by the rebels after
federals had II red from thu windows of
Federals Lose City.
MEXICO CITY, May 21 It Is an
nounced that the federals have evac
uated Cjiernnvuca, which has been
taken possession of by General Am
hrlslo Flgueroo nnd his men.
i IViVIlIH,. .May 21. Tjib most sensa
tional accident which" 'has yet marked
thu (light of heavler-tha'n-alr machines
occurred here today, when u monoplane,
rendctt'd uiimanugeuble, Hi u gust of
wind, plunged Into a. group of cabinet
otljcers und stiitesmen ,ut the uvlatlon
Held and killed Mons. Jlertcauxiiiliibi
tir of war, and seriously Injured the
nun of 1'rcmter Mollis.
Strikes Into Croup. ''-
It Is estimated thut over 200,000 peo
p1u.iwer,i siHctators of the accident.
jliSit of thiwu In the party managed
to get out of the way, but Mens. Uer
teaux was caught In the iiiuchlno and
the propeller wheured off -his left urm,
which was later found about ten feet
away. Ills head and bodyjwtro hor
ribly maugUd, and death was almost
Minis. Molds wan burled In the
wreckage, mid one of his legs mid his
nose we're broken, while he suffers m
Veru bruises about thn breast and nb
duineii, where he was crushed by the
machine. The aviator and n passen
ger In the iiiadifue escaped without In
jury. SCHOONER MARSTON V'
HAN KllANUlHUO, Muy 21, The ex
excitement of the moment and the
fact that the Ill-fated American
schooner William II. Marston was a
waterlogged hulk when lust seen, were
evidently responsible for the cable stat
ing that she. had foundered.
Thu big lumber cargo which was on
hoard kept her ulloat, although only
Mush with tho surface, and when tho
relief boat was sent out she with found
still floating. Cables were passed on
board with great dllUculty and ut
length made fast. Then began n long
deiid tow, with tho watorloggisl vessel
sagging In tho trough .of tho waves
behind, The vessel woaWnally brought
Into port. An examination will hu
innde and If possible the cause at thu
leak ascertained. .
DIAZ WILL NOT
SKIP THE COUNTRY
MI1XICO CITY, Muy 21. Sonkutlnnnl
stories have been circulated Industrial
)y In the city that Piesldent Diaz had
sent J 10,000,000 In gold to Now York
nnd that ho Intended to' leave the conn
try lifter his resignation. Last even
Ing Dliir. c'mpliatlcnlly denied any such
IntcptUm of leaving or ft having sent
away ten millions or nny other sums,
MANY BABIE8 DIE
FROM HEAT WAVE
OIIICAdO, Muy .21.---The. terrllhi heat
of thu last few days has been broken,
hut leaves a fearful record nf death
und prpxl nil Ion llesldu Urn depths III
I emly lepoiled, IUI '-!"' Veil liable huvii
d id III the Mat four days from Iliu if
fts'lii of tliu hull
Tho slnriu wliluh swept m'er Ihlscllt"
viwii nliiy Li imikIii relief, luii ripurlH In
nlluT iiiiiulirs riintliiuii in ruiuii In uf
H iml rill Imiii, III ClMllaiul llii'iu "M)i
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ll'-V. .. , . -" .? '"P." '" ,""' coun,ry A cooking competition between twelve girls drawn
from the London county councl schools took place recently. The girls had to prepare a. tneal, and flie one
ja&'juw ' " """UU"" recclvtd a ",zo- eofller. the famous chef, war the president of the
CORNElL, CREW WINNERS.
mtivi'p'rrt'v' lnw Of fli fitrnnll I
Unlvuralty crew yesterday defeated
WOMAN ASTRONOMER DIES.
HOSTON, May 21. Mrs. Wllllninlna
Putun Teinlng, tho most renowned
wiiuinn astronomer In the world, died
hero today. She was In charge of tho
iistrophotogrnphlc building at Harvard
University. She Was assistant curator
In Harvard since J879, und In H'J8 was
appointed curator of astronomical pho
tographs. SIX NEGROES LYNCHED.
LAKH CITY, riu May 21. A small
mob of men from this district succeed
ed In entering the Jail hero by u, ruso
this evi nhig, mid lynclxsl six negroes
accused of murdering u whlto num.
The prisoners were riddled with bul
Princeton nnd Yule University crews
In the nnnunl regatta.
WOULD CUT WOOL TARIFF.
WASHINGTON', D. C, May 21. It
was decided by the ways and means
commlttto yesterday to cut the wool
tariff In two, as the members of tho
committee can not stand for tho-loss'
of 121,000,000 In revenue In caso wool
was placed on tho freo list.
TAKE THE STAND.
WASHINGTON, D. C May 21. An
drew Carnegie has limn subpoenued oa
u witness In tho Investigation by thu
House of Representatives Into the steel
trust. It Is stated that J. Plerpont
Morgan, Charles M- Schwab nnd Henry
C. Prick may also bo summoned.
JOLIHT, Mny 21. During n sevcro
thunderstorm hero yesterday, six con
victs employed In tho (junrry took tho
opportunity to eucapu from their!
guards. Two of them hnvo been re-1
captured, but tho other four havo so
far cludpd their pursuers.
B08S COX QUITS.
CINCINNATI. May 21. "lloss" Cox
announces his retirement from politics.
This means that tho dominant llguro
In thn Republican party In this end of
Ohio throws up his hands and quits.
proctlcnlly acknowledging' defeafntlho
hands of thai Insurgents.
Feature of Second Day of Con
vocation Is flestarick's
The feature nf thu second day of
tho ninth annual convccittum, mis
sJonary district of Honolulu uf tho
Protestant Kplscopal church, was Ill-
shop Henry Ilond Hostarick'H annual
nddicss,, delivered estenlny inornlns
ut 11 o'clock In St. .Andrew's cntho
ilral. Tho bishop's uddresg wag ono
of utmost optimism in tho future and
of encouragement thut tho past has
witnessed Mendy growth In cjiureli ami
Christian Hiilrit, and dwelt on them
important mission work being accom
plished. Ilu said tu part:
"Wo havo much for which wo ran
thank (lisj for tho past und much rea
son lu havo courage, for Iho ruture,''
said tho bishop. Ilu declared that tho
past J car had been nil Important ono
for the church nt largo. Ho Bpukn of
thu election of Iho new missionary
bishops nl thu genoral convoiilloii,
"Nino leuis own, when I wus run
M'Pinii'd. tiii'io win ii ninety Aiinrio:n
hlslliilis nhi'lid of mo oil Ihn lUli now
Ilium mo our mil) neiiiiiii inn. inu
IuhI hi ii, ul niihi'iilloii wus nun III
wih h Ihn iiiiiniiiMiii iiiiiiiHiu i for
missions- lu wlileh tms Jiilliuil Iho
IImimuIii of ph Ht mul I I "ii' fin iliu
I milly of iJliiWlmi iiiilii, Tim ilmiih
OF CHURCH WORK
A. , laWBBHSFsi'Hals'
M H IS ! hi I'll i rrr- ft-. WunmiWiM '.2am
?s37I . i
" i-JK' JCJ iaw T 'J v .
In America la awake as never befoir
to Its duty in regard to missions, The
apportionment was only adopted hi
19"1, yet tlio system has trebled gifts
The Forward Movement.
"Tho forwurd movement has taken
hold of many cities ami dlocusu and
now church after church la adopting
the overy-inember canvass, or iho du
plex vnvclopo system, where the one
who makes an offcrlnK gives so much
to missions and so much to the parish.
I bellcvo that hero n canvass of every
member lu each parish and mission la
tho best method nnd recommend Us
adoption. Wo must enter Into touch'
with tho spirit which Is leading fho
church to do largo things fur the ox
IciihIoii of the Kingdom of tiod. Tho
lucrenso of nlTcrlngH to the board
gives much causci for thankfulness."
He took up brlolly tho objections
Fomctlmcs raised that tho KpUcoiml
church is an "English chinch.''
"This church wait In America long
before any settlement wus mailo In
Massachusetts," he remarked. "Thu
Congregational, Methodist and Pros
hytciian bodies all originated In
n'!'t Hrltnln. and aro as much Ens-
iisu as we are. jo uouy or ciiristiuiu
In tho United Stntos can show so long
a list of notable Americans among
her hoiib ns thbj church can."
"Wliul thoso Islands 'what the
world needs today," ho declared, "Is
thu power, the Inspiration, the touch
with the IITo of God through Christ."
Referring to tho materialistic spirit
of thu ago ns being n hindrance to the
work of the church, ho said:
"Thcro In no ue trying to gloss it
ocr; wo nro all moro or lbss Tirfectcd
by It tho comforts and conveniences,
tho things of life, becloud thu spirit
ual. How many people whom wo meet
day by day euro for uiiylhliiR higher
Hum things? How much totight of
God Is thcro In their llyfis? What
vision of tho Kingdom of God on
"A layman recently, In speaking of
conditions among tho young here,
said: ''Tho trmtblo Is thero Is too
much money to spend hero; tlio young
peoplo here have too. much (b spend:'
Of rourso It Is not what they havo tu
upend, but how they siiend It which
tells the story of life's upward or
downward movements. Spent only on
self, self-gratification, self-comfort,
selllBh luxury, eating, drluklug, mak
ing merry, then It must mean lu tho
end decadence. It Is not what we
have, hut how wo use what wo havo
which makeschariicter." -
Tho convocation continued a largo
part of yesterday' with nil evening
service. Tho program for Unlay liC'
gins ut 2:30 o'clock In Davles Mem
orial Hall, and Is as follows:
Meeting in the interest of Christian
1. Tho Sunday School nnd tho Duty
of Parents and Sponsors, as to the.
Training or mo uuiid in me Cliurcli
Mrs. Arthur Smith.
2. Sunday School; Itollglnn In the
Home, Mrs, L. V, Fnlsoui.
3. Tho niblo in tho Homo, T. Cllvo
Davles. i 4tTi
i. no uay ami piigni ucnoois ray
In Results Seen? Canon W. E, Pot
wine. C. Do Church Schools -for Young
Orientals Justify the Hxpeuses nnd
LnhorT Miss Suinh Chung,
C. Night Schools us a Means of
Reaching Men. Tho Rev. Mr. Ilorl.
T. Tho Oriental CI 1 1 1 ; Can Hhn lie
count Americanized? Miss Anuio
S. Tho Oilenlnl Hoy: Can lie Ho-
pomo Aiuorlcaulrtil?i ,Mon t chuim,
Hiiven-fiiily-llvo.p. ,iu, Thu rouioru
lion iisscmhloH In hour from Iho nils
sloiiurli's of thu iltttti let Isuril ami
fur htiklnesH. Tim llnv V. II IVn
,,ii-Kiutili. tint Hot , ' (Hunt. Did
rv p n v,lre ulmi in Imiii' rmiii
, (UV j ; 0,. , , nv, "W
.,,,,"1, ... ',' . H'1"' f'"' IH'THluru 10 nur Han l''raii
UIH5 I'llllnrliil rMHM UUnnliiMD ii.idr.Mis .wi
nm ufili'i'. TIhm' un llu lila 1 r n s '';
iuiiiiiiiiiiliirs vf li It u 1 1 r I u,
Fix Your Hair
STUDY YOUR FEATURES AND
ARRANGE YOUR COIFFURE
'JTJiircnn Is no excuse for tlio woman
who fixes her lialr unbecomingly.
She mny be forced to wear one hat all
the year around or have tho plainest
of Severn tullor mudes, but lh natural
frame for her features should b ar
ranged In the best possible way to
bring out her good points. The out
line of tho head Is what so few wo
men consider. They arrange tho front
nnd possibly the back' becomingly and
leuvo the side eflct to taks care of
Tho' width of the Jaw determines
largely the proportions of the coiffure.
The woman with a delicate face can
wear styles that cling closer to tho
head, whllo she who has a broad lower
faco cannot afford toi dress her hair
too close to tlio temples.
This does not mean that the hair ut
such a woman must alvays be drctscd
pompadour fashlc,;, but mrrely that It
should be nt-nnged looly ,.n the xldcs.
Tlio short, fat wom&n should never
wear her hair low or bum lied at tho
neck. She should brui.h her hslr'tip
ward over tho ears to give herself th
appearance of havlue a lunger neck.
As a rule, tho short woman will find
her hair more becoming If dressed
Thorols no excuse for rough, luster
less hair. This comes from Insuffi
cient brushing, which allows the dust
to gather and absorb the natural oil.
Tho woman wlih a low forehead
should never wear her hair divided u
this tends to tnako her look stu'pM.
SI10 should wave It loosoly rma brush
it back from Iicr forehead.
Too -much c.tnnot be said of the wo
man who wears too many combs bar
rettes and shell pins in her hair, espe
cially of the Imltntlon kind. These
glvo a patchy, cheap effect beyond de
scription. She should learn to use' a
few wire hairpins placed Invisibly.
';'' il t
(rollowlng appeared In every San
Francisco dally 011 Teh. 13, 1311.)
W Invito you to Inspoct 11 recovery
thrift now ln,process on Cluy strvei.
In u cuso of chronic I'arencliymatous
.Nephritis Involving chronic ulhuinunu
rla and general dropsy,
This case will Interest you because
It was carefully diagnosed by special
ists nt ono of our best hospitals. Pa
tient hud In en tupped twflco and par
ents iiotllled thut recovery wns Impos
sible, An operation (decnpsulliig the
kidney) was udvlsed, but ns no assur
ance could bo given that any results
could bo hoped for tho parents accept
ed tho Inevitable and took the patient
home to ills. Ileforo leaving tho cjty
they decided to make onq moro effort.
A physician was called In who put
the patient on Kulton's Renal Com
pound, uldlng It with heart, tonlo and
ellmlnatlvo treatment, Th sixth day
results began to show. At this writ
ing, 60 days later, tho albumen ,1s near
ly gone, the dropsy completely so thn
patient Is playing nbout tho room und
the attending physician believes he
will l.o read) to ho taken homo lu an
This case having Iwen rnrefully d'.- , '
ngiiincii ny siuilit or tho best proles,
slunal tnlenl In this city nnd in one, of '
thn best hospitals mul recover being
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ii..,i vm.tiij iuiMiiMiiiie, inn nciuni ru,
intiir nun is 1 iiw in iirnei.HS unmiiii o .
InUicst tlinsit who still bolli'vo In tho .&
liieurablllly of cluonlc Ilrlght's dlseaso
11 ml particularly physicians nnd hoiTnl-
tills who havo patients slowly sur ,
I'" UK iiiniei lilt, mi! pieilllMIS, .Jjm
physician In charge, will make nil ap
pointment Willi mul niei'l physicians
who may lie lulerfsteil ' ',
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