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A Healthful Old Age for Women
The turn of life is the most critical period in a woman's
existence. Owing to modern methods of living not one
woman in a thousand approaches this perfectly natural
change without experiencing a train of very distressing
Those dreadful hot flashes and the faint feeling that
follows, sometimes with chills, extreme nervousness and
despondency are symptoms of this condition.
Those hot flashes are just so many calls from nature for
help. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was
prepared to meet the needs of woman's system at this
trying period of her life.
If this period is safely passed through the prospect will
be good for a long period of sound health and comparative
immunity from disease.
Here is Proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound may be relied upon at this period:
Alton Station, Ky. "I want other suffering women1
to know what Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done for me. For months I suffered from female
troubles in consequence of my age, and thought I could
not live. I wrote you and after taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound I feel like a new woman. I thank
you so much' for the good it has done me.". Mrs. Emma
Bailey, R. R. No. i, Alton Station, Ky.
Kewaskum, Wis. "Your medicine was a blessing to
me in my sickness at Change of Life. I cannot describe
what I suffered for five long years from headache, backache,
dizziness, no sleep, palpitation of heart and irregularities
which are common at that period and sometimes continue
for weeks at a time.
" I have been cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound in dry form. I am 54 years old and can do all
my work." Mrs. Carl Dahlke, Kewaskum, Wis.
It you want special advice vrrlto to Bird. Pliiklmni, Lynn, Mass.
KIIOM COMJMIHA niVEK AND flAMIUIT 1'ItOM OFT TI1K
APK8 ItliCKlVKD LAST WKKK IN KINK CONDITION.
FltKHIl TltANHl'I,ANTKD WXAWAIHJ ItlVKIt SHAD, IN
l'UIXII'J CONDITION KOIt 1IAK1NII. YOIJIt OltDKK WII.I.
IIAVR ritOMI'T ATTENTION.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUI8, Proprietors
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saying Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms.
Ladies' TUC FHDMFIT Sachs Bid
Frnrks I ML lUKlTlfll RppptHnia
Mm. Victoria Webb, the nmnager of
tho (Ivrmnn tl. enter mock company In
Kt lunula. Is the only woman to occupy
such u position In this country.
Tho position of mutineer una left to
Iit by her husband, who dle.l recently
and who staled In Ills u 111 that he
Unew of no ono better lilted to tfuldu
the destiny of the stock rompany thun
hlB wife, who had been till best busl
nss adviser for more thun tuunty-llvc
Desplto all the ptiicresslvn leagues,
nil tho thousand mid one women's
clubs, all the schemes for tho advance
ment of women politically, all the lee
lures, articles i.tul InlcrWcv,. nil the
rpewhlfylnK from cart tulls or pucldnit
boxes, tho suffniKn Is not so vital n
topic today to tho majority of Ameri
can wives as Is the hobble skirt or the
vecetablo pot hut, says Kdltli Serslons
To Miss Nell llooth I'ntts of Kayelte.
Mo., 1 lonss the credit of haWni; been
elect- d director ffcnerul of an expan
sion ino ient stnrted by the Commer
cial villi, el I'jyelle. The club wnnted
more factories, modern business bulld
Iiiks; It wished to have hlsh class mu
nicipal service and to help tl.r. city
In every wuy. The niestlon was who
could put throuKh' this movcim-nt nlth
the best success, and unanimously the
tiatue of Miss l'ottu came to the lips
of tho committee.
Mm. Alma Webster Powell has de
signed a costume somewhat on tho Al
gerian style ninl presents nn attractive
appeurnnce In It.
Ill pl.ico of a skirt sho wears 3 Turk
ish trousers effect, tho wholo bdni:
covered by u Ioi.k cape, Mrs, Powell
"1 feel that I havo established a Kown
which can bo worn year nfter year un
til It wears out, because It cannot be
chanced by 'fashion.' Of course 1 do
not Int'iul to winr the same dress nil
yi nr. I nm having gowns made for tho
(liferent scrims, to suit the cllmnto.
Black Satin Coat
-Jm REXALL VEGETABLE COMPOUND IBt.
SHf FOR WOMEN. Prepared from a recipe k&
t9M that hao been successfully used In VsVfl
WJRr treating aliments peculiar to woman- n
f kind. Your money will be refunded if II
w yon are not relieved. LMm
A&ly Absolutely free from linblt-formlng affifl
L per bottle) six for $5. WMlS'
BENSON, 8MITH & CO, LTD. IHl
Hotel and Fort Streets lHl
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'PII1H Is not n punishment; It Is the latest fare mask designed to remodel
the features while you sleep (If you can). That this Instrument of tor
ture Is Parisian one does not need to be told. It reduces a Meshy nose, kIvcs
firmness to a Hubby chin und Kcnerully rejuvrnutes the wearer at least so
the Inventor claims.
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satin wraps are the fad of
moment. The model lUustrat-
with a, circular flounce. It
ck fox collar andLcuSa and la
Tltlixold tlssuav . -
AKltutlon favoring Guam iHlnnd ns
nn experimental breeding Btutluu for
bloodud horses Ima aeulu been re
vived In United States urmy circles
nn tho Cnttit according to tho opinion
of those now on tlio troopslilp Sher
man, which tirilved'nt Honolulu this
morning, en routn to tliti I'hlllpplnes
by tho way of Ounin.
At San Frunclifcn ten peoplo board
ed tho transport who will disembark
lit the little South Pacllle Islet which
Is niimborcd ns ono of tho possessions
of Undo Sam.
Tho Fedorul government It Is Raid
will endeavor to rulso tho stundanl
of stock now on tho Island by tlm es
tablishment of an experimental breed
ing station, whllo tho best Morgan
niilmnlH will be imported, mainly
drawn from tho l'aelllc Northwest .
J. 0. Williams, In charge or tho big j
experimental breeding station nt Fort
(oUIiir, Wyo., conducted by tun
bureau of animal Industry of Ilia De
partment of Agriculture, arrived In
Seattle some weeks ago mill will re
main there us the government In-
but next fall I shall wear the pume
gown I am wearing this year. The
money I save In hi, dressmaking bills
will bo used for charity.
"It Is wonderful how comfortable this
costume Is. As a preventive to tho
carrying of germs which may lurk on
the streets or stairs It cannot be sur
passed. I got my Men from the Turk
ish women In Algeria. These women,
you know, are tho wles of the highest
mllcluls of tho country, and tho men
there would not under nny rlrcum
stances permit their wives to dress In
any way that might appear Immodest.
f Klinkn tfi ttnmn nf llii.sn u.,imn uml
learned that their dresses wero ex
"I have, bieen tnlng for years to
think of a gown which would nppronch
tho comfortnblo clothing of men. I
think women should regard It as a
TO MAKE THE SPICED VINEGAR
rinre In n stonowuru boiling pan (or.
falling this, nn enameled pan) one
nuart of tho best strong vinegar, two
ounces of crushed ginger1, l( tn eight
ounces or mustard vied ami U.iit iui
ounco to four ounces of black pepper
corns (according to the family tustc
I. c whether pickle Is liked "hoi"
or not) und boll this mixture for four
minutes only.' It must bo brought
Bpcctor of tho purclluscB mado to
complete tho first Guam consignment.
Ono lot of twenty animals already
has been bought from J. W, Cllso's
farm at Itcdmond, A number of oth
er purchases will bo made, but tho
first shipment will bo comparatively
Experimental horse breeding H a
(Comparatively new feature Held on
jtored by tlm Department of Agricul
ture, only two Ktntloiis ho fur liuvo
been established. Tio Fort Collins
station, the lltst created, has been In
opcrntlon llvo yeurs, while nnotlier
was established a 'short t Imo ago at
At Fort Collins tho government Is
endeavoring to pinilurc eventually a
dlHtlnctlvn type of the real American
liorso, which Is to contain a combi
nation of the Morgun strain, (he
Btnndnrd breed or (rotter, nnd tho
Kentucky saddlo horso.
This typo is Intended to renew In
terest in horso breeding nnd the pro
duction of an animal adnpled lor gen
ornl utility. t .Mlddlchury an effort
Is being imido to get hack to tho or
iginal Morgan, n typo which virtually
disappeared years ago, and Is not
generally known Burn ns n vaiuablu
Prt or tho thoroughbred blood.
quickly and shandy to boll and must
pot remain on morn than four minutes
after reaching the bulling point or the
llavor will be spoiled. If more spices
are liked, tnnce, cloves, nllsplco ami
cnyer.nu pepper may bo added ut discretion.
Suggestions for public and much
liceded ImproM'iueiits were mud.) yes
terday afternoon at a meeting of the
Civic Federation. It was tho regular
monthly meeting of the executive
committee, but wus open to members
also, mid A. II. Angus, a new member,
submitted pome suggestions that an
excellent and will be acted upon Hi.
suggestions, In written form, weie
for denning up trails and beautifying
the city In several particulars He
emphasized the need of children's
playgrounds. He said:
"1 would cull your attention to
Punchbowl und tho trull leading to It
lly uctulil count an nverago of 251)
peoplo dally nscend this trull, as many
ns 350 have been counted In one day
On steamer days as ninny as 10 In
one party havo mado tho ascent The
trail nt present Is In n very poor con
dition, being overgrown with weeds
and in plilces partly washed nwny by
the recent rains unit covered with
largo stones, thereby making tho ns
cent not only dllllcult but dangerous.
"I would suggest that tho efforts of
tho federation bo used not only lo
secure tho repair of the trail, but that
signs giving the pedestrians direc
tions be placed, ono ut Hnckfeld and
I.unalllo, another nt Hackfeld and
Prospect, and another at Prospect
und Alapai. The necessity of these
signs lire nppaieut from tho furl,
that ns many as 40 people In one day
have stopped at my house, which Is
situated nt the corner of llackfelil
mid Prospect St., asking directions
to tho trail.
Ileanllf) IIMinp Park.
"Another Idea which I havo long
entertained and which 1 think, aside
from Its artistic features will prove
of gieat benellt ns nn advertisement
mid means nf promotion, In that If
possible, the llisliop Park, slluated In
front of tlm Young Hotel mid promo
tion committee rooms, be secured for
the purpose of nrUsttcally planting
and growing the various products of
our Islands, these to be urranged In
an artistic and attractive manner.
"I would suggest u fountain und mi
nvlnry, In which may be kept tropical
This nvlnry or tropical
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A GOOD PICKLE.
Cut Into, small pieces young cnull
llowers, nasturtium pods and young
French beans. Put them In a stone
Jar and pour over them n brine, nulto
bolllmr. of six ounces of rait to each
iniart of Voter. Next diiy drain the birds only,
brlnn off, dry tho vegetables In a chain I birds 1 think would be a distinctive
"THE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de
signed for the purpoto of covering the
needs of the sleeping, resting baby
from birth to three years and over, nnd
aids the mother in innumerable ways
to proterve baby's health as well as her
own. It Is the only ho by bed that helps
care Icr the baby, nlnht and day. '
THE SAFETY HOOD absolutely pre-
ventt baby lulling out or climbing out,
and Is also a perfect device for holding
up n mosquito netting off of baby, out
of dcors or in. .Spiders and mosquitoes
can not then reach the baby, who lies
cafoly within. The hood Is also splendid
to hold n comforter If you want to dark
en the bed lor baby's sleep, or to pre
vent draughts of cold air,
, Notice lhal "THE. TAYLOR NUR
SCRY" is high, It goes over the
Mother's bed, and tho frame slides un
derneith, taking up no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NIGHT
BOX at one side of the bed in which
to keep clean napkins, powder, nnd oth
er baby toilet articles. Tho Might Box
has a lid, so thnf soiled napkins can
be doted In tightly, Ihus avoidlnn,
odors and the necessity of mother get
ting out of bed after she has retired.
cloth, put, them Into Jars and pour 1
uver i.icm u.o p.ckudk vinemir Kivcn
above. Cover tho Jar and teavo It for
forty-eight hours. How drain oft the
liquor and boll It up. Put tho vege
tables in for n minute, then return
them to tho Jar, pour In tho liquid and
BATTER EGGS AND SPINACH.
Take eggs, sllci-s of thin bacon, chop
lied paisley, frying fat, batter and
cooked rplaach. .")
Poacn us many eggs os"nro required
and let them get cold. Flour each, dip
It Into light butter mid fry a golden
brow u. Thoso who llko bacon ahould
wrap n slice round each egg tieforo It
Is dipped Into tho batter. Serve on a
mound of nicely cooked und seasoned
WASH THAT ITCH AWAY
It Is said there nro certain springs
In Kuropo that give relief mid euro lo
Kczema mid other skin diseases. If
you knew that by washing In these
waters you could bo relieved frum
that awful Itch, wouldn't you make
evory effort to tiiko a trip lo Furope
at onco. Would you not bo. willing to
spend your last cent to find tho euro?
Hut you need not leuvo homo for
these distant springs, Heller la right
hero In your own homo town!
A simple wash of Oil of Winter
green, Thymol and other Ingredients,
as compounded only in I). 1), 1), Pre
reucrlptlou will hi lug luslmit relief
to that terrible burning Itch, mid teavo
tho Hklu as smooth and healthy as
that or a child.
HcbI possible wash for pimples mid
all skin Impurities.
If yiill have not already tried it. e(t
ii liiillln liiilne ftl 1IU Wfi mmm-ia vmt .
of Instant teller. lleiiRou. Knilih & Cn..! r" Hielr views on haibor woik mid
Fort mid Hold stieetB.' ' Improvement.
The RCtieral pjllcy of the now liar
bur cmml: slnn vus un.lcr iIIkcuseIou
at tho meeting of Iho conimssloners
yesterday afternoon, Tho most Im
j.uitant enunciation of general policy
wan to tho effirt that Hie board would
nut tula action on nny haibor ipies.
lion without giving thoo Interested ;
full oppoilunlly lo be heard In tho ov
picflhloii of their vlowu.
One of the most lni.rtaiit decisions
of Iho hoard yohleulay calls for tho
dredging of a new allp ut tho font of
Kllaueii street. Thin new slip will hu
for tho benefit of the Mntson liners
and It will bo about two years beforo
It Ir ready for service.
Willi tho Idea of serving th'u now
campaign for belter Ruultntlmi mid
tho filling In of low lands tho excav
ated maleilal will bo used iiin'lor tho
direction of tho Fiiuilary commission.
Tho new haibor board Is also for
tho liu'provemcnt of Ilia Richards
street wlinrf by tho construction of
n modem shed to cost about JIK.oou.
Tho repair of tho Hackfeld wlimf
Is to liQ iindei taken ns soon as possi
ble, tho main problem being as to tho
best maleilal that Is to Im used foe
Homing. Tho members of the com
mission licllon that ohla blocks me
proving Ihn most satisfactory for
Another minor Impiovonient which
Ik oxpeclcd to produce good results Is
In Iho numbering of Iho wharves In
siend of giving Diem names us Is tho
priiclUo at piofont. In nceordunco
wllli tho dcslro nt the commissioners
to havo a full understanding as to
their policies a public mooting Is lo
bo held on July 2f!lli nt which rpi"
HCiitullvea of the steamship anil rail'
run 1 1 companies will ho asked lo pro
icaturo lu Itself, an-1, know of none
other, although there may be, at pres
ent In existence in nny any other city.
lllshop Park, situated us It Is, in the
center of our city, opposite the Young
lintel where ninny or our tourists nre
housed und In front of tho promotion
committee rooms, Is particularly de
sirable for tho nlinvo purpose nnd
would ncquulnt many people with the
productive vnluo of thoso Islands who
would otherwlso go nwoy with the
Idea that sugar cane and pineapples
are tho only products that can bo
I'or the Children,
"I would also call your attention
to the necessity of u proper play
ground for our children. My nttcn
tlnn has been railed to this, since 1
havo been the fathnr or a llttlo boy
two years old, On pleasant nitor
nnons, my wife has had tho nurse
girl take him to Tjiomufl Squaro for
a few hours of recreation. While
(hero nre plenty of shade dees mid
grass, 1 would RUggest that RwlngR,
sand and other features that would
bo of pleasure to u child bo pluced
there. Tho grass Is oftentimes too
damp ror children to play on and us
the patk is used by ninny as a menus
ol outing ror their children tho re
sults or our efforts would be of ben
efit to Ihn general community.
Trees Xeed Trimming.
Ho nlso Riiggosfei that tho over
hanging trfes und Rbrubs nlong many
streets need trimming and cutting
back, ns they now Interfere with
pedestrlmiH. lie further urges the
beautifying of the approach to tho
city from tlm docks. Another sug
gestion is that ns far as posslblo Ho
nolulu residents adopt n distinctive
stylo of urchllecturo in their building
Secretary A, F. Grimtlm of tho Arm
strong Memorial (.'ommlttee reported
on me work or tho committee tip to
dulo ns follows:
The Civic Federation appointed the
Armstrong Memorial Committee about
five years ago to securn for Hawaii a
Miltnblo memorial of General Samuel
0. Armstrong. Ab secretary of this
conimltteo, 1 tukn pleasure In report
ing Hint tho Armstrong Memorial
Conimltteo has selected ns the me
morial a repllen of a imrlralt bas
relief or General Armstrong recently
presented to Hampton Institute. The
nrtlRt Is A. llertram Pegam. Tho me
niorlal will cost $1,11)0 t o. h, l,on
Inn. Tho cmumllteo has raised
funds moro than siilllclent for tills
purpose The tesponnn to our re
quest for ruiids testified to Iho hon
or In which the General Is held In
this community. The order for iho
menir.rl.ll has been given. It is ex
pected thai It will bo ready ror pre
sentation some time In the rail.
Wit yL )
USS.SU in 4.-Oic (l. I....
are not Hhur-ons, even though
they nre llnger-plecii mounllngs. ,
The superior iiniliaulcal con
struction of tho Shur-on menus
ciimfurl. durability and efllcl
ency. Be Sure You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Ooston Building Fort Street
Over May A. Co.
NEW DRUG STORE .
Stocked with New
fSODA WATIIIl FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE 8TO"
Beretania Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Ill the government, saving hank nf
.liitniilrn. W. I., thorn nro 1231 coollo
dcpoHllorB, wllli Jsu.OOO to their
"The Pioneer Plumber"
Merchant Street Phone 1931
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