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tVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 6, 1911.
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ORGANIZATION AND ESTIMATES
Alt 1ny yesterday nnd part of Inst tcmlcnt of this special campaign un
it I glit Dr. D. II. Currle, head of thu nor tho authority ot tho boar" of
nntl-mosqulto fight, mcmbom,,or tho l!0"!"'' .... ......
,,, , ... ..l.i... Tho estimate ot cost for tho three
citizens committee nnd tho territorial month8. C!,m,mBn ha8 been workcd
health department worked almost ,t In detail, and Is summarized a
without rcBl completing tho dctalli IoIIowb:
or organization of tho districts and.
squaas or men assigned to them.
The result Is the organliatlon of
Blx districts, which will bo known as
"apanas," tho Hawaiian term, to dis
tinguish them from tho smaller dis
tricts. Tho "apana" organization Is
as follows: I i ;
'Tho town between Diamond Head
and Pukakl Hill has been divided Into
A lieutenant will bo placed ovor
Thcso six districts have been sub
divided Into eight precincts each,
making a total of forty-eight precincts
lor tho city.
An overseer will bo placed oyer
each precinct. '
ah or tho lieutenants and district
fivcrsccrs will bo selected from non
commissioned Army and Navy offi
cers. Each precinct overseer will havo
under him a working force of ten district overseers, J2.G0 a day; labor
men, ono wagon nnd driver. ,crs, $2 a day.
Each prctlnct will bo approxlmnto- Tho working day, will bo nlno hours,
ly 200 acres of twenty acres to tho but If a Job has to bo finished and
man. tho tlmo Is not sufficient In which to
Dr. Donald II. Currlo wITt bo In do It. there will bo overtime work and
charge of tho wholo work as supcrln- no overtlmo pay.
All tho ncrcs of low land In tho Ko- and In such condition as to bo In
walo section of tho city bounded by sanitary and a menace to public
Ward. King and South streets and hcaltn' aml secondly that tho super
ai. . . . a Intcndent of public works notify all
. ,...... ..,., v.w .....iiu u, owncrg (o n thcr lnniIg and tnat
ricmncd this morning by tho board of (,oy , ot do so, tho work bo begun
health. at onco under the revolving fund.
Tho owners must fill their lands or "This section will- bo prosecuted
tho territory will at onco fill It for with diligence," declared tho attornoy
them, tho cxpciiuo being met out of general. "Wo havo assurance, from
tho $250,000 appropriated by the. last a largo number of property-owners
legislature, establish n lien on tho thnt they will cooicrato with us.
land and maintain It until tho. pro- Whcro the owner does not fill tho
perty owners rclmburso tho territory.' lands, the territory will do It, and a
It Is clean up or pay up.. , Jlcn will bo established on tho lind."
This action Is taken by tho board Tho Bishop estate, a largo prnperty
nfter surveys havo been made and owner In this part of tho city, has al
consideration given ovcry phaso of ready filled twenty-five acres and Is
tho matter, Tho outbreak of fovcr
has hastened action that was coming
.Bhnrtly anyway, but now there will
bo no delay. '
Altomey-Ocncral Lindsay offered a
iiiuuun io uiu iwarii in mo
., . .. , . .
form of a motion, first that tho buntil dent Campbell nnd'lcgil notices will
of health declare tho lands so low bo sent out Immediately. j
ONE INSPECTORlUITS HIS WORK
Tho first man to quit In tho fight. Tho excuso that, ho would not tako
against tho mosquitoes Is Mosquito Ordors from a non-commlnslonod ofn
lnspector J. nocks Who handed In' h h b -,.
his badge to President Pra't of tho .
board of health yestorday evening.! ,OC8 '"' considered a poor ono ns when
Ills' reason for resigning Is, ho says, ho camo to hand In his badge. Pre
trial ho will not tako orders from a! nldcnt Pratt told him that ho had
From tlmo to tlmo during his career
ns nn Inspector with tho board. Hocks
has given trouhlo. Ho has nlso, It Is
stated, Inspired articles In a portion J
of tho public press against the board ,
WILD RUMORS NAILED DY OFFICIALS
Ono nf tho many baseless rumors tho facts. Is that the sick man was not
afloat during tho past two days was too sick to play, around the yard with
nulled tills morning by the Board nf his children, und that bo had tho den-
Health people und Dr. Carl Rumus, gue Instcud of yellow fever,
chief quarantine ofllcer. This rumor Dr. Curl Humus this morning nailed
was to tho erfect that there Is no such this rumor also hy explaining tho clr-
nuin us Ahnpoko, the Hawaiian guard cumstnnces of tho case,
taken III with tho fever, und thnt tho "Tho man doubtless was seen wnlk-
heatth authorities,1 knowing there, wns ng In his yard, for though ho had a
' no fever, and wishing merely to "scare high fever h was not seriously III
tjie town Into cleaning up," hud quur- otherwise," ho ,suld. "However, tho
untitled ono ot tho hospltul service fact that this guard hud tho yellow
guards und glcn him tho nnmo of fever In a light form does not mean
Ahopoko, so that, If he should como anything so far ns a posslhlo outbreak
out of quarantine and rioclaru, he hail Is concerned, for a mosquito could
not heen 111, his statements, under an- curry tho fever Just tho sumo and give
other name, would have no effect.
Tho only basis for this r,rfmorar''Vcslstunce of tho Individual largely ile-
pears to bo that the namo of the Ha
waiian guard Is Akalou, not Ahopoko,
the mistake, having been mudo when
his namo was first mudo public a week
ago, tho spelling of the .namo being In
correct. ' Another rumor, nlso handed about
by peoplo who arc not acquainted with
Tho militiamen nro "on tho Job,"
nnd nny person, who trloB to run trio camp on tho inaukti sldo of tho quar
quiranttne linos drawn around tho antlno lines. Tho men havo tents,
Kallhl district will find himself sum-1 mosquito nets and good shower tilths,
marlly challenged nnd turned back, and their comfort und safety Is well
A cordon of military guards on watch. cared for,
night and day, a 7-foot fence of barb- Tho railroad track between tho
ul wire und u string of arc light which I quarantine, fenco and tho soldiers'
brighten up tho entire Infoctod dls- camp will bo closed for fool travel,
tilct nt night aro some of tho pro-
'cautions that aro being taken to koep
iho cureless nnd tho curious
ftom thn dnnirer zone.
1 Tho National Cluard detachment un- be stopped. As n matter ot fact ped
iter Captain J, M. Camaru, consisting cstrians aro opjv allowed on tho track
of thrco unn-cnmmlBsloncd offlcors,
fifteen enlisted men and a c.iolt, us-
i scinbled at National Guard headquar-
I ii'is yenieiimy iniooi ., ctuuiv, uini
Hicfoio thoy wcnoii tho linos at 0
Headquarters ? 2,850.00
laborers and teams.... 118,890.00
Tools, supplies and Im
plements 4,810 00
10 per cent 13,340.80
Tho headquarters of tho six apanas
Ann! V 1 A lh- ll,l,,h0 ,,0nr'1 f ,,Cnl,h nt 1"CCllnB lf
Apana No. 1. At tho Kalmukl , ,. . ,, ...., , ..,.
Apana No. 2.-
Apana No. 3.-
-Tho government nurs-
Apana No. 4. Old Mills Institute,
Apana No. 6. Dates and Nuuanu
Apana No. 6. Kamchamcha schools.
Tho rato of wages was yesterday
announced as: Special lieutenant, ft!
a dny: district lieutenants. tS . dav
trying to find material .to fill more,
Tho problem is n big one, for it Is
hard to get anything to fill tho lands
Tho. board of health will nt onco
..' .. .. ... . . i
tano mo manor up wnn Htiporinton
better think the matter over and not
quit Just at the timo when ovcry man
was needed. Tho prcsldcn nlso paint
ed nut thnt ho would not bo working
for tho non-commissioned officer but
under Dr. Currlo. But Kocka wanted
It to tho next man vey badly. Tbi
ternilnes how III h will bo. This nrin
had tho fever In u mild form and was
able to walk nround In his yard. Thero
Is absolutely no foundation for tho
stories that have been afloat to tho
erfect that attempts aro being mudo to
'scare tho town Into cleaning up.' That,
of course, is ridiculous."
they wcro comfortably established 1n
A fow persons havo been In tho habit,
of using tho ties ns n cut-off, but In
tho very rcmoto possibility of Infcc-
I tlnn from ono of tho cusrils this will
on suffranco, and tho railroad com-
pnny gave Its hourly upprovul when
Colonol Jones, ndjutan general of
100 iniio, miRKi-mcii ci'r.,iiK u,
Tho men who compose tho qimrnn-
tine guard havo been carefujjy pick- Is believed that a larger rurcc, will lie
cd with regard to special fitness, nnd required ut the garbage Inclmrulur,'
nil aro anxious to Bervo. They will and steps have been taken towards w(
bo carefully watched nnd tcmpMi-curlng the extra help. A plan has been
lures tnken morning nnd evening. If mapped out whereby such articles im
uny man's temperature climbs aboio'urc Indestructible In tho Incinerator bu
98.fi Instructions havo been given to
place him under a mosquito net and
Immediately notify tha board of
(Continued from Pigs It
The recommendation was mnlo to
tho board held at 8 o'clock this morn
ing. It camo In tho form of a com
munication from tho mcd'cil associa
tion, enclosing n Bet of resolutions
passed by tho board at Its meeting a
fow days ago. Tho communication
also suggested other very Importnnt
stops that the association deems it
advisable to undertake.
The medical men passed resolutions
advocating the house-to-house dally
canvass to detect yellow fovcr as soon
as It might appear; Instructions to
board ot health Inspectors to rcpoit
on ovcry case of sickness whether "or
not n qualified physician Is In attend
ance nnd the taking of steps to sco
mat any unattended cases aro prompt-
lv- taken caro of: that the hoard nf
health Inslrnel lh l.vlelnn. f It...
nolulti "to screen all cases of fever ori,nrKO " ,un.kH lo ,.cre;l ""'
Mispected fovcr at onco and mnko re
ports to tho hoard; and that general
ly n complete system or rciorU bu
established, through tho cooperation nf
thn tihvalrlnna nn.1 ftin finnr.l'a Cnrnna I
Tho recommendations of tho nss-J'!'"1 "ou1'1 Ay. ,n11!". ,'"cl,lc ,arUr Ul0
olnllnn n,nl tullh onll h,. .... Il.l'"" "" "" "e "I'eiHll
part of the boird and a motion was
passed that tho board shall follow the
recommendations by suitable, action.
The house-to-house canvass requires
n big forco of volunteer Inspectors
and tho board, nttcr discussing tho
situation, feels thnt volunteer physl
clnns will also bo needed. Tho or
ganization of this forco of Inspectors,
In addition to tho big mosquito squads
thnt began work this morning, will bo
talked 'over with tho citizen's com
mittee this afternoon.
Dr. Pratt niacin n brief ronort nn
i the stops that had been taken by
himself nnd the department slnro the
news of'tho yellow fever outbreak; all
of which wcro approved by tho boird.
Tho formal thanks of thn lioard wcro
extended to tho Bishop cstato nnd tho
Kaptolanl cstato for tho cooperation
they gnvo tho board In cleinlng up
tho "danger zone" nt Kallhl.
unor qunrantlno- Officer Hamus.1
wno wns present nt mo meeting, said
that ho had Inipcrtcil the work nt
Kallhl yesterday nnd thnt tho 'clean
up and guarding aro being carried out
In a splendid 'manner.
At tho' mcoting of tho Joint commit
tees this aftorpoon. Dr. W. O. lingers,
president of tho medical society, and
Dr. Herbert, Dr. Wood nnd Dr. Coo
per will represent tho association. Dr.
lingers was present nt tho board meet
ing this morning.
Ilnnuiran employees of the city and
county havo access to the strongly
guarded Infected district at Kallhl
Camp, und their going and returning
from tho ten. strand barbed wire en
closure Is not restricted In tho least,
according to statements mudo hy olll
clals connected with tho Honolulu road
A largo forco of men belonging to
tho municipal garbage department,
with a number of city teams, were tit-,
tending to the removal of trees und
shrubs from tho quarantine camp dur
ing tho lutter part of tho week. Tho
fcur hud been expressed that thcso em
ployees would bo required to remain
under detention, und some apprehen
sion wus suld to exist umong their
families over tho prospect of un en
forced ubsencc, In order to comply with
what wus unnounccd would bo u'"shot-
Tho men who throughout tho week
wcro engaged In tho reinovul of Tub
blsh und debris ut Kallhl Infected dis
trict were ubuut thu. downtown dis
tricts on Hnturday night, happy In tho
thought thut they hud not been re
quired to spend muny wearisome days
under detention at tho Instance of thu
local health authorities.
Japanese Also 8ecure Liberty,
Tho statement Is mudo that tho big
forco of Jupaneso who havo been cm
ployed by tho central coinmltleo In tho
cutting down of trees In Kallhl district
ure not required to remain under qunr- nights of Jnvn, having already visited
antlne. These men uro suld to huvo Japan, Manila, Hongkong, Blngunr
secured contracts for the removal of nnd othor places nlotig tho routo of
trees with tho understanding that they, travel. Ho Is looking forward to wlt
rccclvo all the wood thut Is cut down., iieaslug tho Durbar at , Dotht, whlch
As the market price for cut wood In will bo a brilliant spectacle fromD))-
Honolulu ranges between 110 and 12
n cord ut tho present time, it h con-
tended that tho Jupaneso are being1
well repaid for their labor In tho In
Supervisors to the Fore.
Chairman Kruger -of tho ety "und
county Committee on Health unit K.ml-
tutlnn states that thn municipality
stands ready to assist In every pos-.
rime hhj hi iih- iieiuiiiiK i ono
movul of rubbUh from thu dlstrlctu it
loaded on scows and towed to oca nnd
there dumped overboard. In the londi
Unit arc limited to the furnace nru In
cluded green banana sttimpi nnd Iron
ware, such as enns nnd scraps, which
have no plilcc on the garbage dump",
Tho clly lias given the usu of prac
tically the entire force In the gurbago'
department to tho health authorities
who have the work of clcunlng up Kit-
llhl In charge.
(Continued from Page 1)
The lagoon has proved to possess
very valuable pearls, nlto sponge,
bcchc-de-iner, etc. The quantity of
llxh It phenomenal. There Is a natural
barl or that can be made tho rendez
vous ot the British fleet In the Puclllc,
and Father ltouglcr foresees that thu
syndicate buys tho Isluiids with n lcW
of making there n coaling elation,
where In many circumstances ships
crossing the Puclllc would II nil It to
.iiinir inirrnMT nnfi nnviuiiitii, in n . ill.
-- - -- .
",c"'1 ,,f c,,mln to ""''"I" II
Va""r Itouglcr has also I
ships from Japan will conic with coal
and return loaded with phosphate. I
"All-R.d Lin May Come."
''It might be tho central station of
that so-Iong-shadowcd 'All-Ited lino'
The fact, that Fanning Is already tho
central station ot ttio Ilrltl-di I'ucllic
cable syndicate udds to the value of
tho IMand, and In the mindi of many
It Is hard to say who Is to li die ino.I
complimented, the vendor or the pur
cliuiier perhaps holh of tlinn "
After talking of the f (Is above,
Tather rtotiglcr lidded with a smile:
"Soon you will see tho Canadian II. ig
waxing In competition with our stars,
"This will lie the Mrst Canadian pos
session In the I'licinc. Nature has dono
her small but varliatile pirt Is not
Fanning nicknamed tho (tent ot tho.
Father Hougler Intimates that bo'
has still moro Interesting particulars.
that can be made public tomorrow.
BICKNELL HAS SOLD HIS
HALF FOR $35,000
Knnnlng and Wwh'ngtnn Id (ills
UIVC had h Ions un'J Interesting his
lory. Inrldcntully County Auditor
.lames Illckncll used to bo' half-owner
of the Islands.
Ocorgo Illckncll, tho auditor's un
cle, acquired nn Intcro't In thu Isl
ands many years ngn. Ho found thero
In possession Capt. Harry Rngllsh und
William, Orolg. Tho thrco men could
not ngrco nnd n Jong" law-suit In tho
FIJI courts nrose. When flcorgo Illck
ncll died ho left Iho Minds to Audi
tor nlckncll's fattier nnd tho latter
bequeathed them to his son.
After yenrs of litigation, Blcknoll
won his suit. Ills attorney, Humph
rey Ilnrkcr, of Ruvn, offorcd him sev
en thousand pounds for his Interest
and nlckncll sold out ut that flguio.
four or flvo years ago.
Tho Orelg hoys, sons of William
Orels nre still living ut Fanning (bl
and. It wns after this that tho Islands
were sold nt miction for 1 135.000.
nilV. STKIMIKN I DKSHA, pastor
ot Iliiill church.-llllo, Hawaii, arrived
this morning in the Wilholmlnu. He
will remain hero a fow days.
nOIlKHT W. CATHCAIIT hnj
rounded out thirty years of "lifo In
Hnwnli" having nrrlvcd hero Ortohor
a. 1881. Ho has very creditably fill
ed n number of responsible positions
In this cltv and has been executor nf
two valunhlo es'alos, Kr a couplo ut
years ho wns iVof clork and book
keeper In tho clt. rond department.
nit. nnucK v. mackam, win n-it
tnko passago for tho Const In tho
Mntson liner Wllhclmlnn stlllng fur
Snn Francl'co on Wednesday bu' will
await a Inter boat. Dr. Muckall bus
placed himself under Iho euro rf n
physician nnd mny ontor tho hospital
boforo leaving for tho, mainland ns ho
has been qulto III for some days pist.
LOCAL MAN SEES MANY
Mr. J. II. fichnack, who loft Hono
lulu In .Inly for a lour, of tho Orient
wus, at last reports, enjoying thn
cember 8th to ICth.
Twenty-six men havo been killed
by nn explosion in tho Ilardot coal
mine nt Kt. Ktlenne, Franco.
Dr. Ilookor T. Washington's enso
against Hurry Ulrlcli was again post
poned nt the requost of Ulrlcli.
Captain John M, llqwjpr, until re-
.,.!.. nunorlnlelideut nf tho j'iivnl
Aca(je,ny waB retlrcU Willi Oio rank
The Grace and
0 fur clothes
vou ?.t a clancc.
wear to demonstrate
They arc finely linishcil and
expertly tailored, anil are tlie cor
good taste, to see these good things
in wearing apparel for your busi
ness and dress a flairs.
Phcenix Pure Silk Hose
for Men and Women
The Men's 50c the Pair
The Women's 75c the pair
HITCHCOCK IS MED TO RUN
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CAMPAIGN
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hcliil II ii I let I n Currrspundence.)
WASHIMITON, D. C Oct. 12.
Chillies Dowcy llllles, secretary to
President Tuft, will not bo tho rhilr
inan of tlio Itcpiihllcnn national cini
mlttce In the 1912 campaign. On the
other hand, I'oitmastcr Qciicr.il Frank
II. Hitchcock, who has repeatedly ilo
clurcd that he Is dono with practical
tolltlcs, and will neur undcrluko the
managuiiicut of miothcr cimpilgn. lu
rlntcd to avsiimo ugilu the national
chnlrmanshlp. Illtcheock icllnqii'sh
cd the elialrmaiishlp when ho became
a member of tho Cabinet, but hu has
always kept a string to It.
This Information comes from ono
of the national republican leaders, nnd
Is tho answer to Senator Iteed Hmoot's
speech ut the ptcsldcntlnl dinner par
ly In Utah lu the courso of which the
Mormon senator boomed llllles fur
tho national chairmanship.
It Is based on nn less nn authority
than President Tuft hlmsclr. Tho
I'icsldcnt Is quoted ns having said
lust before starting west on his pre
sent trip thut llllles wns too gioil a
man In his ptcFcnt Job, where ho has
been tried out, to put ut the head of
national committee, whcro ho
would bo mi experiment, and that ho
did not know whcro (here wus to bo
found a holler mail for tho chairman
ship than Hitchcock.
Tho l'resldcnt Is s-.ild to havo made
thcso statements lu reply to thu irg
ent ndvlco of party leadors that n
now chairman tliould ho elected ut
tho meeting of tho republican national
commlttco on December 12, and that
llllles should hu the man named.
Has Work for Hllles, Too.
I'rcsldont Tuft has u ciy high re
gard for llllles, but believes ho cm
bo of even greater service to thu ad
ministration ami to the paity If ho
continues in his present pisltlon than
if ho wcro to bo mudo titular cam
paign manager. At tho s.uno tlmo,
ho says that In view of Ills oxperl
enco and his record In tho ItwS cam
paign Hitchcock Is ihu best man avail
able for tho chairmanship next yo'ir.
If this piogriim Is cirrlcd out It Is
assumed that no chairman will bo
elected nt the December meeting of Iho
national committee, hut that. Acting
Chairman John W. Hill, or Maine, ami
Secretary llaywnrd wilt ho continued
in charge of cnmmltteo nffalrs until
after tho national convention uoxt
Juno when lllnhcock will retire from
Iho Cabinet and undertake ugilu ac
tive dlrecllun of tho Tuft political
Hitchcock Han't Stopped.
I or months Hitchcock Ins uffeetod
lo have mi Interest lu politics, hut
has asseited that ho Ik oner-rued s-ilo
h""'i m . n.- ...., .-, ,,,-.. n n
'' "" "nl,"K n i1,4"'""'! for olILc,o.it
but it takes
their 'AM U-A'tfaftSiiBF
pay you, as a man. of X pSSiflPl I u
. i m , m
and economical administration of tho
Post Olllco Department. IIowocr,
his declaration Hint ho will never as
sume tho management of nnolhei
ramp ilnn Is not gUen grcnt weight
hero In Washington, for It Is recalled
Hint n few days before bo was chosen
chairman lu 19U8 ho nnnounced that
nls health wus such that ho would be
iinnhlu to accept tho chairmanship.
At tho tlmo ho mndo that announce
ment It looked like ho was doomed to
(llsiipK)lntmcnt In his ambition to bo
tho head of tho republican organiza
tion. Within tho year there hits been
much gossip to tho effect thnt Hitch
cock had lott fivor lu tho President's
eyes, nnd that tho reason Charles D.
Norton wnn gUcn u tiy-out In tho dif
ficult Joli of secretary to thu execu
tive, Inter to he supplanted by llllles,
was thut the President was casting
about for a now political manager.
Hitchcock's avowed Intention to re
tire from ixilltlci) may bo of the same
character us his announcement re
garding tho state of his health In
IMS. At nil events, It Is Inkoii fir
urniitcd hero in Washlnctou thut If
President Tuft wunts, llltchcjck V ho Il
thu chairman next year, llltchcuc!;
wilt bo on Iho Job ngnln.
Roosevelt May Buck.
Col. Theodore lloos;velt, who Is
credited with bringing tho prcssun.
lu bear on Tuft thnt made Hitchcock
chairman In the last campaign, uny
ho expected to do what tho ballo'iu
docs If he illscovctH that tho Post
master Onoral Is to bo I ut back In
that position lu 1012. Itoosooll turn-
ed on Hitchcock when tho litter nam-
r, his executive conmltteo Mr tint
. ...... .. . .. . .
u'" jimu. aim no uis neon Hgium
him ever since, itoisovel. didn't ilk..
Iho iiersonucl of thnt cxicu'Ivo ciin. v , ,DI1 ,iiyi)i p,,,!,.,!, ,
mllteo It was Ion reartloniiry. How- tlim i t0 jn' ,l0r cnnt rec,ier. Whom
over, Tafl, Is not so respsn Ivo t-i Hit dijslelnns nld with erforts to restrain
Itnosovclt Inlliiuneo ns ho wut hree fatal symptoms this percentiign I) In-
rars ago, and llioso wli'i hive ti'kel creased, lu cases whcro putlenlH liavo
with him lecenlly sny that Iho Presl- from thirty to sixty days of life tho
dent will namo his own c impugn efficiency very much higher,
manager next time, nnd will not look , Wn.n,rn """nls do not wait until
to 0)stor Hay .for guidance on at. ''' 'J' en l'robi,,ly Ihree-fourths
mutters of linportanco. , ' nCs thnt U.lio tho pew em-
,. . 'ollleiit tieattuent on the nppenrance of
f oi. havo a want largo rnniigh to , ,,, cai ,,, , f ,
think about, why not let a II u 1 1 o 1 1 n ,.,n,j
Want Ail mlvo llmproldeniT . Albumen CiMs and dropsy do no
IproM'tit refm cry. Tlie point Is that
The dlnbn cotlon mill or Woon- th Hennl Itillammatloii ulimild be it
snckel, It. I., employing .t.'.n lmmts, mcked before Iho heurt nnd physlenl
rcsuiued full time, ufler running four system ure IjroKcn down,
ilnys a wed; fur tho past threu Tho pew emollient treiitineiit h
months, known us Fulton's Itcmil Compound
" i ii . It cnii bo hud In your city nc nil ding-
New Wash Skirts
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HUNTER WILL BE
I'cicy Hunter, tho Atntrullati pro
motion man liai wlroh'sri'd from thu
Zenlulidlu Unit bu will gladly accept
Iho luncheon of tho II imls-Atoimd-
the - l'aclfle flub lu his
"ends Iho greetings of
I ranch. Ho will enroll i,h guests, sev
eral of tho priimlu'.'iit travelers oi
(he Zealandla Including Captain Phil
lips. Tlio luncheon will bo held ill thu
Unliorslty club nt noon, Wednes luy
nboiit 20n members ot the Hands,
Around, Hlgiitfyliig their Intcntloiiut.
being present. Covcrnor Freir tlfo
honorable president of Iho org mira
tion will preside and tleiieral Macoi.ili
nnd Admiral Cowlcs will bu nt tho
Itcsoliitlnns will b") ptsci cnilors
ing tho movement tu huv- the Pae'tlc
pnicrnuients es'uldlsh Jilnt exhliiltiou
mid tourist Information bureau i In
New York nnd Snn Frvirlrco, Ihu
pending through the Stn'et if it JutlTt
Pan Parltlc citllhltlon I mm and tho
Itomolloii of n series of .ititiuil run 1 1
Iho Pnrlfle cruises.
Hunter und tho Ilandn-A round ClutiV
hn' prk ng townid these, en It
for romu tlmo nnd It now kcciim that
ihcso (iliJi-ctH will ba culled thtougli
'-"to estimates on the percentage of
recoveries under the new emollient
r',","u,"t r"r "rlKlil'a Disease ure m
fol riws: '
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Wo deslro every patient to wilto in
who U tint noting the usual Improie
ment by the third week. I.ltciulm.)
mailed tree. Juo J Fulton Co, Sail
Frmicl'ro, Cnl. We Invite enrte
spiiudeuce with plijclcl.ius who havo
obitlnu.o cne3. '
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