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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1911.
h Are You a
subject to headaches or n feeling of pressure on tho head, is sleep
less and some times tho digestion is disturbed. Overwork or excesses
may cauno the trouble.
Tho treatment consists largely in rest, recreation and the uso of
n tonic, tho discontinuance of any practieo that may have caused
it and an abstinence from tea, colTco or other stimulants. As Iho
nerves receive their nourishment through tho blood tho latter must
bo built up ami mndo rich and pure. Especially if thero is loss of
weight and a pallor indicating n weakness of tho blood, Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Palo People are tho tonic best adapted to effect
Mrs. Win. C. Hull, of 4912 Melrose avenue, Krultvnlo, CI sayR! "For
thrco years I was n nervous wreck and wan confined to bed during nil of
that time. It Is hard to describe my suffering. I was completely exhaust
ed and had no strength. I felf. as though I would never get well. I could
not get much sleep and would cry n great deal. I was living In Ollroy
and was treated by three doctors. They gavo mo only temporary relief.
I was completely discouraged until I began using Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo People. After a Bhort trial I was surprised to find how much
good thoy were doing mo. I gained In flesh and strength and kept on
Improving until I was cured. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro my only doctor
now and whenever I don't feel JuBt well, I take a few doses of the pllU and
they always help me."
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills contain the elements necessary to
moko now blood and, us tho nerves get their nourishment from tho
blood, havo been found invaluablo in a wide rango of diseases of
tho blood and nerves, such as aiiajmia, rheumatism, after-effects of
tho grip and fevers, neuralgia, nervous debility, and even St.. Vitus'
danco and locomotor ataxia. vltL.4 jah . l , '
If you aro Interested send
)day for our booklet, "Nervous
Disorders, a Method of Homo
Treatment" It Is frco. I
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are I
cold by all druggists, or will b I
sent, postpaid, on receipt oil
price, CO cents per box; six!
boxes, I2.G0, by tho Dr. Wil
liams Medicine Company,
Schenectady, N. Y.
lo the Eastman company and noon ha vo
,..,. , ... the traclo of the Inlands.
Police Judge Monsarrat this morn- ..0n -nnoUlor CC.HB0 I demanded
Ing sentenced Dovcre Anderson, tho raBfnc,on nm, ,,, lnt rwou1i
ten-minute photographer to fho not hlVC tno M(,nc(lt of ,,, nny
months' imprisonment, threo months ,,ro,tM with him. I wished him to re
for obtaining money from M. U, It tlirn hM ,he ,nney. He claimed 1
neynoldB, and two months for doing nH nnl paynB for the half interest,
up the Japanese man, who wanted tJ ,ut the money was for the secret and
study architecture. nothing el be.
Attornoy C. F. Chllllngworin, ror
Anderson, noted an appeal. The de-
fendant was released upon furnishing
a bond of one thousand dollars.
Anderson was arrested on the com
plaint or Mr. Reynolds, and subse
quently the Japancso reported to the
police that Anderson had obtained
money from him. on tho representa
tion that he was to learn engineering
and house building In a short space
of time. When ha learned that An
derson had been arrested on tho coin
plaint of Reynolds, tho Japanese
rushed down to the pollco station and
also sworo out a warrant.
REYNOLDS TELLS OF
M. L. H. Reynolds, cabinet maker,
who has figured us one of thofwltnesscs
against Dcvere Anderson,, tho man re
cently arrested and tried on a cliargo
of gross cheat, today gave out soma
details of the alleged swindle that An
derson practised upon him. In a state
ment to the Bulletin this morning,
Mr. Reynolds said:
"Early in the enr I met Dcvere An
derson, who claims to he an expert ar
chitect and civil engineer, and also a
photographer, claiming to havo a se
cret method of producing u photograph
on a postal card within ten minutes.
-This secret ho said could not be pur
chased for less than $1000 on the Coast.
"We soon became" good friends, and
after many talks together I decided to
pay him 1426 on March 14. This was
for the secret process, full instruction
In tho work, u special formulae, In
cluding a half interest In the protlts
when wo started up a photogruphl
studio In different towns as wo Jour
need round tho world. Wo were to
go out on tho Makuru, sailing on April
28. 1 then gave Decro Anderson
money to purchubo u camera. When
It arrived ho claimed It was not tho
one he ordered und would cost $10
more. As time went on there was
more Juggling with tho prices. 1 be
came a little suspicious und made in
quiries about certain statements he hud
made and found them to tie untrue,
"Early In April he approached mo
with u list of supplies necessary for
our trip, Including chemicals, etc. I
told him I would have money at tho
end of the month. Ho then said ho
would advance, tho money and put Iho
order on the bout going out tho next
"About u week before tho tlmo to
sail I expected tho supplies to buvo ar
rived und united uhout them. 1 was
told they wcro not ordered, us I had
not put up tho money. Anderson then
said wo could not make the trip on
that boat owing to an eclipse of the
m.oon, which would bring msfortune.
Ho is a student of astrology und from
time to time makes strango statements.
"I felt thero wus something wrong
by this time, und as I hud already
given several weeks' notice to glvo up
my position at tho Illshop Museum, I
had to come to it quick decision.
"I told Anderson that owing to the
circumstances I would not euro to con
tinue In this wuy, as thero was too
much uncertainty, und I culled the trip
on" for good,
"I nskrd for half my money back, but
-"- fffnv-- - -"--ii triBMiiMi-'i fl'-Vl1fiiifef ,r'Ylii.i?gfeJitfi' nf.t.hAh
Neurasthenia is the physician's
nnino for a condition of weakness
or exhaustion of tho nervous sys
tem. Tho patient find difficulty
in keeping his mind on his work,
is inclined to worry over trillcs, is
often depressed and irritable, is
n told lr I gave him $500 more t
could have his half Interest In tho bus
iness, which was not yet started.
"On another occasion t asked for sat
isfaction and was told that a Ban I'rnn-
Cisco linn wished him to represent them
In Hawaii and If I would put up (250
hn would Mart up n store In opposition
'Ibn May 7 I met Mr. Meyers, whom
I found Anderson had been Interesting
In the same scheme, nsklng $1000 for
tio secret nndnvnntlng him to go out
on the Makurn, tho saino boat that I
was, to sail on.
"I then told Meyers that I had given
the man $42S, following It up with tho
whole story of tho transaction. We
concluded It was a confidence game,
and within a few days I had mndo It
known to several of Anderson's friends
and kioii found that n lot of business
In the way of drawing plans that he
claimed In have done for theso people
had neer been executed. On one oc
casion, he told us ho had received $600
for u full set of plans, though wo could
never II nd out who they were for.
"I know I hud been stung, hut aa
Meyers had received no money I was
willing tn lose, us nothing could he
done at Hint time. I tried to forget
about It On Juno 16, the llrst tlmo
for two weeks that t was aide lo speak
to Anderson. I ngnln asked what hn
Intended to do. Ho said that ho was
putting a young Jupaneso through a
course of architecture und civil cngln
eerlng and nt tho end of four months
ho would bo ready to ko with me round
the world under tho sumo ngrcement
we bad previously made.
,-f 1 iter met the Japanese, and was
shown tho agreement. He had already
paid $200, nnd n third pamcnt was to
lie mad on tho twenty-nlnh of June,
the day of Anderson's arrest. The re
maining $700 was to be paid within
slxtj days, making $1000 for tuition,
Including a half Interest In n business
which was to be formed when the boy
had liecomo profit lent In his studies.
Tills business was to bo known as the
Imiil Construction Company. As An
derson had ngreed to travel with mo
about this time, I wondered what would
become of tho construction company
and decided to speak tn the pollco.
Then followed his arrest and trial."
CASTRO CLOSE TO
NEW YORK, Juno 24. Rumors
that (itinera! Clprlano Castro Is In a
Unvvn ctosu to Venezuela preparing for
a revolutionary campaign havo been
confirmed by prlvnto advices to Dr,
Iguacln Andraito, former President of
Venezuela and now In this city on hla
way to his diplomatic post In Havana,
According to Andrudc, Castro cama
secrelly from Kuropo on tho steamer
Ecgazpa, leaving Cadiz on May 20th
nnd landing at a small port In tho
Antilles. From thero ho made, tils
way to Colombia.
"But wo havo llttlo fear of Cas
tro's plotting," declared Dr Andrade.
"Though ho has plenty of memoy
tiopular feeling Is entirely against
him. My government is fully pre
pared for any contingency, and before
ho can rally any troops around hint
on tho fronllor Ocneral Oomcz will
havo enough troops to quell nny re
bellion. So far ns Venezuela Is con
corned, Castin Is dead. Ho can harm
no olio except himself."
-BULLETIN ADS PAY-aJB
Prince J, K. Kalanlanttole, Delegate
to Congress, was ono of tho return
ing passengers In the Sierra this
morning. Tho Delegate entered a vig
orous denial lo a tale appearing In
tho morning paper to the effect that
ho had attempted to block tho pi icing
of Hawaiian bonds.
It. E. Mist, Mrs. K. F. Mist mid Miss
Mist, well known residents of Maul,
nri; among tho passengers who arrlv
ed (his morning In tho Oceanic steam
"Major" James Robertson, Manager
of (ho Shipping Department for C.
Brewer rnd Company Is hack from
n fl Ing visit to the coast. Mr, Rob
ertson sKMit but four d.i)s nstion;,
but during that time ho lays claim
to having covered about as much ter
ritory as tho best of them In tho busi
ness. Ho mado n round trip Initio
Oceanic steamship Sierra.
J. S. Spltrcr, returning from a busi
ness trip to tho mainland was an ar
rival In tho Sierra this mronlng.
Sovcral theatrical performers for
tho loc.il theatrical, comblno arrived
In the Oceanic boat.
John Wnterhouso and Mrs. Water
house were numbered among tho re
turning passengers In tho Sierra this
I.. P, Oeorgc, associated with Ka
mchamcha Bojb School, ns a teacher,
has returned artcr a brief vacation
spent on tho mainland. Ho Is ac
companied by Mrs. Oeorgc.
h. B. Kerr, tho Alnkea street mcr-
chant j latback from a successful buy
Ing trip which extended to tho East
orncrn Stales. Ho returned this morn
ing as a passenger In tho Sierra.
F. t). Smith, a contractor connected
with tho work of putting In tho dry
docks at Pearl Harbor and associated
with the San Francisco Bridge Com
pnny has returned nftcr a consultu
tlon held with tho firm on tho coast,
Mr. Smith left for Washington some
weeks ago when It was ascertained
that with tho pumping out of tho water
In tho excavation the bottom began to
comn up, and ho has secured tint only
nn extension of tlmo for tho comple
tion of tho contract, but has hud his
method of pinning down tho bottom
Mrs. Charles McCarthy, prnperitor
of a local hotel has returned from a
visit to tho const.
Among the kamaalnas reluming
from business and pleasure- tours of
the mainland was J, II. Hcrtschc,
manager of tho chain of hostelrles
operated by tho Territorial Hotel
Company. Mr. Hcitscho has been ab
sent from hl3 duties for several months
during which tlmo ho visited tho im
portant centers on Iho mainland ex
tending his tour to the Eastern states.
White in California ho Inspected thu
oil fields where ho has extensive in
terests. Dla Yen Chang, n Honolulu Chincso
has completed a cnmplcto courso of
dentistry at ono of tho mainland col
leges and returns hero to tako up tho
practieo of his profession. "
F. B. Hlndes, president of tho Sun
Francisco Bridge Company, which con
corn holds n contract nt tho naval dock
at Pearl Harbor, is an arrival at Ho
nolulu. He comes hero lo mako nn
Investigation of tho difficulties which
suddenly beset tho contractor when
ho began pumping out ono of thu
enclosed sertlnns of the drydock ex
eavntlnn. President I Unites was hero
a car ago uud mado a thorough In
Hicctliiu not only of Iho dredging bo
Ing done In tho channel, harbor anil
at the bar, but tho excavation work
under way nt that time.
C. F. UioniU, a iiassoucor In tho
Sierra comes hern at Hip Instanco of
he local Young Men's Christian As
sociation with 'which organization he
will assume charge of tho work among
the yourgcr members. Mr. I.oomU
Is n graduate of tho University of
Missouri, from which ho has received
the degree of B. A., also of Iho teach
er's cnllcgo of tho samo Institution
and Is consoqucn'ly well up In manual
work. Ah a track athlete himself and
n football manager and coach nt tho
University hn Is 'equally fitted to
guide the hcivs' athletic spirit.
Miss E. Dudot, nn arrival In the
Sierra will take ui n nosltlnn with
tho management of tho Knplolanl Ma
Dr. S. 8. 8mlth, n well known phy
sician nnd surgeon, with headquarters
at Los Angelcss, Is making a round
trip lo tho Islands as a passenger In
the Otennlc boat.
KERR CO. BUYER
BACK FROM EAST
Extremely fuvnrnhto conditions for
buying drygoods for tho local trado
prevail In tho Eastern markets no
cording to L. B. Kerr, of tho firm of
that namo, who returned by tho SI
crra this morning finm a buying trip
tn New York nud tho maniirnctiirlng
"Whllo thero Is much discussion as
regards thu prohublu tariff legislation
In Congress nt IIiIh tlmo In tho East
ern Stales It In no wlso uffects tho
advantage of buying now for tho Ho
nolulu trade," ho says. "In fuel," Mr,
Kerr continued, "tho conditions aro
extremely fuvorablo ror u local buj
Ho bought uu extenslvo stock tor
all lines In his firm's store whllo awayi
and says that ho got them nt n prlco
that will attract many buers to tho
Alakcn street store.
Th' only thing that carries mors bag
asse than a opery company It a wo
man travalln' with two babies. Th' fat
ler that goat fithln' with a batkat alius
brings It noma full o' watar cratt.
TARS JAUNT TO
Yesterday morning n parlv of liltic
Jackcts from II. M. S. Challenger
started from the Senmen's Institute,
accompanied hy James Welsh, rlilef
writer of that vessel, nnd Hnrry Tur
ner of the Seamen's Institute. The
party mado for the rnllwav depot and
embarked upon the 11:30 train for
Pearl City. Upon arriving there n i
chnngo was mndo Into "Tho Tlddley
Train" ns the English Inds called It,
nnd off they went to tho Peninsula,
When thn train stopped nt tho ter
minus tho men wcro heartily wel
comed by Miss A, F. Jnhnron, who
for mnny years has boon tho repre
sentative of Miss Agnes Weston, a
lady who Is spoken of In England ns
the mother of the Navy She main
tains homes and Institutes In ocry
naval port. Miss Johnson provided
n sumptuous repast for the lads,
which brought Into the day n touch
of home. After lunch nn adjourn
ment was made tn the boiiso of Mr.
E. C. Smith, whorn,(n warm welcome
was again nrcordeiMo nil Tho lads
sang song nftcr song and recitations
wero nlso In order. The children
were especially attracted to tho men-
o'-wnrs men nnd will long remember
tho visit, of tho "Englishmen." Sea
men's hearts am largo and easily
touched nnd tho children made some
think of "tiny lots" In the dear home
land. At 6Mri. Ibei party started on
tho return Journey to Honolulu, hut
not beforo they hid' expressed thanks
to the good people of tho Peninsula
and 'sung "God Bo With You Until Wo
Meet Agnln. On returning to the city
Mr. Welsh Went straight tti tho Sal
vation Army, where, ho and Mr. Wil
liams conducted the meeting In nn
able manner. Mr. Welsh wishes to
stalo that ho Is not chaplain of II. M.
8. Challenger, nor Is ho entitled to
be called Reverend. Hn Is however
happy to bo in tho lord's service ns n
Methodist local preacher aril is serv
ing his country und king an "writer"
on board u ship ho and all the luds
lovo well, II M. 8. Challenger.
iMln estimates on the percentngo of
recoveries under Iho new emollient
treatment for Brlsht's Disease, ore us
Where patient Is much weakened and
crises may bo expected In from llvn to
ten days, probably not moro than 10
to 20 recover. Where physicians aid
with efforts to restrain fatal symptoms
this percentage Is Increased. In cases
wbero patients have, from thirty to
sixty duys of life tho clllcleney is very
much higher. .
Wljere patients do not wnlt until
bed - ridden, prubnbly thrco fourths
And In rases that take tho new
emollient treatment on the nppcurnnco
of tho disease nearly nine out of ten
Albumen Casts and dropsy do not
prevent recovery. Tho point Is that
the Renal Inflanurntlon should Ik) at
tacked before tho heart and physical
system nro broken down.
Iho new emollient treatment Is
known ns Fulton's Renal Compound.
It can bo had In Honolulu ut tho Ho
nolulu Drug Co ,
Wo dcslro eviiv patient lo wrlto us
who Is not noting tho usual Improve
ment by tho third week. Literature
mailed free. Jnn. J. Fulton Co, 6tr,
Rattery St, Ban Francisco, Cnl. Wo
invite correspondence with physicians
who hnvo ot.Mlnutn cases.
Plans and specifications for foun
dations 'of seven Industrial buildings
to bo constructed nt thu Naval Sttt'
tlon, Pearl llnrhur, Aro being com
piled by tho Navy Eiglnoors, U, S. A.,
of Honolulu. Bids for tho work to
bo carried on will ho advertised to?
shortly by tho engineers ns they will
hnvn the plans finished and ready In
it very Bhort tlmo.
Japanese Liner Will Take Supplies
Castlo nnd Cooke yesterday woro
notified that the Japmcso liner Hong
kong Mnru duo to tirrlvo heto from
Japan porta on Julr Ifitli. will tako
on a row Hues of supplies only. Tho
steamer Is enrnuto lo Central and
South Ameilrnn polls nnd Ins n Ur'w
general c.irgn of Orient nl moichnndl'v
for the west coast of South Amorlca.
William McQu.itd was tho victim of
n vivid dronm nn tho morning he re'
turned from Maul unexpectedly and
thought he round V. C. Driver In hla
home In the early morning hours.
This Is tho explanation of tho Wui
kikl Incident mado by Mrs. McQuald
whilo on the witness stand In Judge
Robinson's court this morning.
"Mr. McQuald must havo been
dreaming when ho told Hi.it story,"
sild bis wife. "Mr. Driver was not In
tho house. Ho said nothing nbuut
Driver at Ilia tlmo and vvcntslo bed
nulotly. Hn itfd mil sit out on the
lanul all night as he has stated,"
Mrs. McQuald also asserted that Ml
MiQtmld had been drinking nnd she
thought this might account for his
In order to secure tho testimony
of Mrs McVituzIc, mother of Mrs,
McQuald, Judgo Robinson moed his
court room to tho front of tho .hid I
clary building wheic Mis. MelCcuzio
tnt in a enrriago nud g,io testimony
lu rebuttal or Mimo or McOjiilds df
tlarutions on Iho stand. Mrs, McKcn
zlu was not able to go upstairs.
Mis. Mcqunld's ruso for divorce has
now been presented and Attornoy
Coke will begin next week lu pulling
on evidence tn prove thu adulter)
charges alleged In McQuuld'n ciosi
complaint for divorce.
REAL ESTATE TRAN8ACTION8.
Entered for Racord July 6, 1911.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4tJ3 p. m.
Western Ac llaun InVHtiut Co Ltd
lo Jakob W Kaik ,IUi
Est of A K Campbell-Parker by
trs to Alexander 11 Ilnuvs AM
Ttent 'trust Co Ltd, tr, o Kiilinukl
Uuu Co Ltd D
Trent Trust Co Mil, tr, o Kiihuukl
l.and Co Md D
Est of 11 P Bishop hy trs to An
drew K Cot .... D
Nelllo II Mnrks lo llaun Trust Co
Entered for Racord July 7, 1911.
From St30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
I, llluohal.ini Trust by trs to Chus
T Wilder , I.
Chus T Wilder to V Klumt A I,
Hairy T Mills and wf to John O
Hcnrlqucs ,i,.,, ,,,- D
James Palkul and wf to llenjunilu
P 'nbhin , D
l'rank M Kwan and wf et nl to
John I' Colhurn , D
a a a
Tho iiollco hellbto. that thoy havo at
last raptured tho fltcliug who tins
hocit terrorizing tho North End of
Boston during tho oast threo months
A second heir to tiro ostato of Ty
Colili, champion bailor of tho Ameri
can league, has ai rived nt tho Cobb
homo. Thu last addition Is u iiiuo
William Stuart He) burn or Phila
delphia, sou of tho major of that city,
was swot n lu ns n member of Con
This is one of the principal
You get sterling value when
you purchase one of these suits.
Suits of Elegance for Young
who appreciate style
Room for Hundred More in Sierra.
The Oceanic stpamshlp t'lerra will
1eao Honolulu nn next Wednesday
morning with a largo number of empty'
staterooms unless thero Is a marked
Increase In thu list of pussengeni
bonked within the neyt few das. Tho
Hierin can romfoitahly accommodate
two hundred and twenty-five cabin
passengers. Thus far n few over ono
hundred ihtsoiis Iiiuo applied for
transportation to the coast. The fail
ure to fill steamers or tho size nu. I
class of the Hlcrin puis to routo any
argument aiUanced by tho most pei
slstent conrlwisn Kuspenslonsls. Thn
main tiouhlo at present time Is that
there is a painful shortage of passen
gers for slcnmcis now In ho sen Ice
Hllonhn Due On Sunday.
Castle and Cooke, agents for thu
Matsou Navigation steamer llllonlun
havo been advised that the fielghler
will arrhn from Health) on or about
Sunday morning. 'As far as Is at pre
sent known Iho steamer has few pas
sengers for the port, Tho ltllonlan
will hn dispatched to the other Island
IKirts to gather up shipments of sugar.
A threo ipiy festival of tho Turn
cioln of tho central slxtcs will op'.Mt
nt Kansas Cltv, Mo, with ,i bmosjor,
IJcpresenlathcs of hoclelies from Mis
souri, Kansas, Illinois, Nebraska, Ioiva
and Colorado will Inkn part In thn
athletic contests nnd drills.
Tho commitlio on labor or tho Con
necticut general assembly will report
favorably a hill lo mako It unlaw ml
to employ nny pursuit ror seven dns
n week. Tho bill exempts rnrtit lab
oters nnd domestic employes.
Brother Barnuhiis of tho New York
Catholic Ptoteclory wan elected re
cently picslilont of tho national eon
ferenco or harkwntd, triiint, delin
quent nnd dependent rhlldicii,
Bev. Dr. John 11. Dietrich, pastor
or HI. Mark's .Memorial Hefonned
Church, Plltshitrg, was charged with
heresy at a meetnig of tho classes of
Iho Ileformed Church.
Vlre-Chaiiccllor Wnlker of Trenton,
N. J., has upheld tho will of Mrs. Sa
rah W. llotidrlckson, who deeded all
her property tn a negro sorvnnl long
In her employ.
After serving' ns u hotel for over
three-quarters of n century, Iho old
flult House at l.oulsvlllo, y fnmoiia
in tho history of tho South, went un -
nor (no uucuonocrH nammer, iiiiukiiik ,ay tlllt , lirino p,,,,,,,,, (ho
$81,01)0. steamer Hyades which sailed from
Whllo playing on tho river bank'nn,, on July 2nd. Tho Mntson
near his homo at Con I nil Kails, It I..' freighter wns passed Just bvforo thn
James Molack, seven years old, tell sending or thn wireless message Tho
Into tho Blackstnni) river and was. l.itrllno sklpisir Is responsible for Iho
drowned. . I statement that all Is well on IhmiiI
Afler u rluiso over Europe and tho his vessel.
united sinies. Auoipu rricseu warn
ed In Now Y"rk ror financial Irregu
larities, was captured lu St. Paul,
Dr. J. J. Meredith of St. Uiuls. who
sought shellor under a lien during it
Sunday's storm, was denuded by n
holt of lightning, but ho wns almost
The open season for tho killing of
rats Is hero.
Tho warm weather has aroused
millions of rats front their winter
lethargy nud they are roaming
through tho streets, yards, and fields,
making nests and preparing to raise
a rountless progeny that will destroy
thousands of dollars or property an
welt as being a menaco to public,
Now Is the time tn kill the rat!
Kill him beforo he becomes the fath
er and grandfather of a numberless
brood. Ono dead rat now Is better
than ten In August.
Scientists nil mcr tho wotld agree
that, ns a destrojer of property, an a
distributor or disease, ns a sowei1 of
epidemics nnd death, the rat has nev
er hud an equal. (Joveinmenls lu all
parts of thn world lma organized In
this fight against rats. During tho
last few weeks In Han Francisco and
on the Pacific Const, millions of dol
lars wero spent In destinylng rntu
und rat-proollng warehouses, mar
kets, barns, nud fen era to guard this
country against tho Invasion of tho
bubonic plague. In Oient Britain n
Itnynl Commission hits been appoint
ed, and, lu fart. In nearly oery Euro
pean and South American rounlry.
the destruction af the tat Is regard
ed as of national Importance.
Etcry render should mako himself
or herself u committee or ono to des
troy As tunny of tho rodents as pos
sible and In that way prevent dnmngo
to property and uvert thn danger
germs or the bubonic plnguo and nthor
diseases which nro carried by ruts.
Every drugstore sells simple and. In
expensive exterminators which can bo
used easily, and now, nt the com
mencement or summer, wo should nil
do our host In exterminating rats,
mice, cockroaches nud other vermin.
Lurllne Reports Rough Weather,
Vory rough n either Is encountered
hy Iho Mat son Navigation steamer
l.ilrllne, 9.r0 miles off tho ort and
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