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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAR. 14, 1912.
CARELESSLY - DRAWN TUBERCULOSIS
BILL HAS HOLE; MUCH IS USELESS
'fl.i-s leit,llatlon" I the wny In
which n mysterious geiitlcmnn, sup
piKiil to hail finin llllii, has llitfl
prtlcd the law passed ly the last LcB
i.iciure in pri'M-iit tubereulods and the
tpn.ul thermf, win n In registered h
kick nqniiint iwrythlug In general nt
the Hoard nf Ili'iiltli yesterday.
Ait 1 Ifc l what nil the troulilo l
about, and tin- particular nnfflic tin
tny terlnur, nutn has registered u kick
on In Hint although notices with the
fnmlllnr red bending nf "Tubcrciiloi.i"
must tip polled In nny stcnm riilltuiy
lii ifi-nHi'r toadi, street ears cnn run
l. III. nut them. Thin In- says li "dnss
ii' bhitlon" uf tin- most vlrlili'iit cbnr
II" lllliPlll'il llltn till' I'n.ird of
ll'iiltli yesterday and talked In t'hlef
liejeitor t'hnilocl'. at tin nme tlnip
e .k.iifi for an Intcrprt tntlou of tlip law
a ini-il'iiK to tin iniipeclor's way uf
li.nklnK at Hip matti-r. Just what suit
tii vehicle lip Intend tu rim through
Hi- frcsrent flty Iip rolled In matt',
i ItHnigh Iip nt lino (Inn ini'iitlmipil
f.ni'.iiip. rhnrocli refused to innki
niv ili'llnlli.' tut' in-lit beyond that tin'
... H.i' tlnip . i ml If Hip man illil not
i i'Th(il uilh tt hi' wns llalilp tu n tlnp
ii 1 1 1 0.
'I Iip T'ltfihing Llspateh alzes up the
I'.ilu.yrj 1 ilatiil liit'lileiit as f.illnWR:
Tho repot t tha,t Hit IJnlte.l States
jtmotpil friilrer Vhi Virginia lnm
taili'il fi.r l'.ilnryra Islan.l may he true,
hut HUC2lHtlon that .'in Illtprtintlnnnl
i'iitiii(lt Is euiirealitt In tho lact ia the!
is i-.iki e.in ii in mu mi:i in tin.
ifvi'.rt of tirohah p. There wnuhl lio'lienilliiir the placltiR of periiianent hen-
:i neatly eipial aniuilllt of lussilhllltyj toil", for whleh JSO.000 linn lieen np
ln n tojinrt that Iho vprso! hail Kit. I'toprlatetl, has lieen nomewhat ilelay
l.t rpo wliPlhef Hie Inland U wtirlli't.l, ami althotiKh Match 15 In l"en as
lilli'hlllB l.i attil Kiwlni; tti tho closo the il.tte when the temporary hitoyst
vltllllty uf Hin llutvallail IslatulH. jure to he In plai'i'. It will priiliahly he
Tills In otto of those Pacific Inlet , the enil of next week hefore the light
in finall that It ilup.t not appear oii,, .,1(ir KukHl ,(,..,, th,(
i rillnary atlade.. It l-t so iiiilnii.)itaiit work
that even In the Ulan, ihhllt.R of th..; ,;. ..Xl)tce to Marlm.ri,.. ,lf ,,,,,.
jsv;wr;. ";;.;r.!::,fliS -;; ';;;-;- ;--- - -.;
thp.,. was a IhcorPtlc ownership hy ' '"" "; "" ll"rt'1h ,K ?" "'" '""""'"
Hawaii; hut no KoveelKmy ,a hec.t ' '"" ",f, lh, ""' ,,1,"J'" '-tnl.ll.li.nent.
ot rclneil uvpr It hy the Unlte.l Stales.1 Acu,r,ll,m to ""' ,,"",',l" "ie xeven
Kow Iho iiinior that an KhrIIsIi Hlilp ha"y wh,ch "nw ,nnrk '"e channel
In coin;; theio nelt tho JIiiko mind on, ,",r"nc" w,u '" 'Hwontliiueil. ami it
Hit ipil vle lor fear" It may thraaten Mw "'"' "' econil-clamt enn nntl nun
the I'.itinnm Canal. jliuoy. two innrkliiK the entrance ami
The fact la thai If theio wpre a post- tlnhteon the channel, will he entail
rllillllv of wa.- hetwcpn ICuulaml nml. Hfli-I.
the llitlli'il Stalcis Kiiuiaail wottl.l hatol The riuiRe murks ukpiI n navlRatlnu
In .lamnlt-.i on the Atlantic ship, au.l the thaiinel un the Honolulu mill
PitKi'l ?iiiiiii on the Paellle side, naval ehlmiHy, the trlpo.l on Tripod Pnlnt,
haieH noari-r tlip canal than this trlv-.j.Unn.i wlmlmlll and the O.ihu mill
I'll Island. Krancp hast hearpr naval chimney
iiaeea in ilio Maiipiescs nnd .Martin-
Tito nlmln value of this Island would
li'd tcpay Hip Iiish of a hIiikIp ilny'H
Biitioiiiiii nf roinniercp hptweon tho
Hulled Rt.ilp.t and Creat Iltltaln and
her ilopfinlpncles. And hith catmlrlei
Will TflllrH IIPDM ' """"' yum aiarcn (. TllecliarKH
ii-u luuun uruiMjw.11( pr,..fl.ri.w, ,y i.u.utennnt CharleH
William Illjtiiatiilcp'fl lecttiro tn.A,,'lu'y" " "f u,v "'"" forp.t, who
tii'iiitnv nlRht is aniiniinceil as toiich-11" "'"Hunetl at the yard, and was illetl
lilt; on Hip fullowliiB ptiliitB: I w"h n,'ur Admiral V. I.. Cottmnn.
I, Tho KettliiR ol a stone helrays the 'touuii.imlaiit, early thin month,
ntt of a Jeweller; 'i, Honolulu versus) Mi'Iteynolds ohtalued n divorce Inst
Hnva: 3, a srainl Juryman of Ilntio-' month from .MarKaret K. .MclteyuoIdH
lulu; 4, Honolulu carrying compart- on the ground of cruelty,
rims; 5, Honolulu hotels nnd cares; ii, Klfurts or .Marine forps and Navy
Honolulu Iannis; 7, Honolulu streets otiU'lnU to itvert ii trhtl of the case
mid sllect-p.ns; S Honolulu simps proved fruitless, .Mcltenolils luslstlni!
a:id olllces; !). Amorlrati customs olll- Unit his charRes ukuIiisI Jones Im
elaht; 111. American colnaKo; 11, tho1 ,wmkh) :illJ . ,)ri)lr f()r ,u, ,.
ZZl'" ;"""!"'?". !J"",a"" "-rtl-l I-.H Jus, he.,, recelled from
dy; 13, candid opinions ami tho cor-
reel tl.in of wotils: II. the, coloieil Ho
lioliilau; in, lady motorists; 1C, ladles'
shot and men's hats; 17, a si nf peo
ples; 18. Ipk.iI laxity; 111, cleanllaesa
and spoil; 2d, MiIiikh difUcult to ob
tain In Honolulu; :i lorlted intiilc;
L'S. botanical tennis; 23, the use or tho
word "hIiiiik"; 21, tlio luelt or tho ppo
ple; 25. one thing the promotion com
inltteo has lori'otteii.
, . HELD THIS AFTERNOON
Tho funeral or Ihe lato James P.
f.lnriiati tool; place thin afternoon, tho
lijopesxlon leaving Iho house on Km
liu utreel shoilly alter 3 o'clock lor
the cemetery, tvhero tiio liiluruient
Uclalls or the ratal accident to hand
from Iho Coast pjpers showed thai
Mr. Morgan was a victim of ono of
the most common or all accidents,
Bllpplng while hying to luaiil a tnnv
lug tialn. It appears that he had
hurried from tho ticket office to Hie
biiioker but failed to reach the car un
til the train wan well under way.
C.i:isll)l' at tho rail he ml.tsed hit! hold
nil. I the next Instant was crushed .
death beneath the wheels.
'Theio tire seven children, three o(
whom are at ICastern colleges, the
olhfi't) being In HjiioIiiIii,
A rpeclal nppioprlaHou of JS.HOd.omi
In be toipeiided dililui; (he next tlv
yearn In the cfuiitrucllon of new Statu
lillhways Is it loiiimenileil by Governor
Fuss of Mnstuchusetts,
the riilt nf tliv iiiystcrlnor, ninn linit
shovtii tip n hole In Ait 118, through
which street car can elntig their way
with mifi'ty. leaving Hip mntter nf
poitlug Hit' nutlct'K tn their unfoitu
iiiitp steam liri'thrpn.
J Sections 1 nml 3 pmunPratp Iho peo
' pit wlin ninit plnce cuspidors nrutiml
fur tlip t'unvpiiUncp nf the titthlli'. Sec
tlun 2 Mntes Hint no one muit spit
In ii street car, lint that In the only
niintlnn inotlc- uf tlii'Ki' uii'fiil vchl
tii'" fuming down to Section 4, which
lays ilnwn the fnt't that notices are
to he putted, IhiTe It a hnil break, In
stend of rnlluwlinc Hip usunl custom
. ntul 11.1111111;; uguln till those persons
who must plai't I'liHfittlnnt rouuil thft
place he took n short rut anil hunchi'tl
thpin ns the "hrrehihefore mentioned."
Now, on hits of street earn are not
Included In this class, nml therefore
there l no lnw to enforce pasting the
big rnl notices In tin peoples' ntitnit.
Thus l the "class Ifglslnllou" explain
I'll. Secretary li A. .Mntt-Snilth, when
the matter wns ilr.inn to hit nttentlon
this morning, stilted Hint the matter
hnil t'M.liiitly lieen overlook! d, nml the
law iiiit.it he ami'liileil when the Lcgls
l.ittire met In again
The work of huoylnK the Pearl llar-
tllir eliiilll.Hl ttltli ti'itilii.rnrv mnrlty
TRY LIEUT. JONES
SKATTI.H, Wash.. Kcb. ;8. A
t'ourt-niiirtlal to try Lieutenant t K.
Jtini'H, United KtateB navy, charijed
with conduct liiihccnmlnir an otlleer.
la UiV" hii''' o meet at Pi.R.t
WAHIIINOTO.V. U. C, Keh. 28,
KlrhiB more than 200 torpedoes with
nut lohlnir onn Is the record of the
I'nltcd Slates Aliunde torpedo licet.
This, ui'cordliiK to un announcement
liy the Navy Department, cMnhllslieH
a mark for the little craft which never
In-fore has lieen made hy any ships of
the navy In active commission.
Since the repair of the vessels after
their experiences with the recent storm
off the Atlantic seahoanl they hnvo
mane rectirds Loth n speed and smoke
The f-lxleen destroyers have made
rull power runs on which they mutle
it higher averni;e speed than had heen
made mi similar runs. The hest speed
rtcord was made hy the Pauldliii;, with
nn meniKc or 31 8 knots.
The Harrows has almost mastered
the all nf Huiiko prevention mid It
holds the nsoril for torpedo craft,
DuiIiik u tour-hour run at 28 knots
this vessel emitted visible smoke ilnr
tiiK only llfteen seconds.
The total cut of logs on the Ken
nebec river mid Its tributaries this
winter has been Ml, 830,000 feet.
At a baralii, party leaving nn March
1'U, Kurd automobile torpedo body,
1!II2 model, Piesto-lyte speedometer.
A I ciintlllloii; bus been run three
months, ("nn be seen ut Iloyal Ha
waiian aaraBe. 51S5-tf
k Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever'
DR. T. FELiX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIflCR
3 It J
Ittmoftl Tin, rih'tU
trrcklot... Well, l'jlcle
lUtti, ftnd kla Il.rB't
on tvtrf blftuF
on tutr. Hi'l "
8f lUtttllnn. 't
l.aato.d tLt let
uf Iff Ttkra. fa
la tic lurnilt,
I frortrlT fnti'.
Itlt ft I'U.Ull
ttnit. Di. 1a A
Svni tl.f to t
lwlr ft tit U'H.
ton (ft vmlftit t
"At ymt Itkllti
will titt thPU,
1 tt eummatid
'fiAuMMtlia (r.MHt kt till bait harmful rf all tLa
akin prtpaiftl loba.' I ur Mlc b)r H druat Ilia and abtf
Uooda l-alt te In tLa Utltad Stataa, Canada and Kiito1.
UD.T.HOrillS. Pom 37 Etui Jomi Stint tvT'i'n
MAY FALL FLAT
l.OS ANOIXl-.S. I'al., Mar. 2 The
Jury bribery Indictments against t'lnr
eiice S. Darrow, former chief counsel
fur the McNamarn brothers, became
mi enmeshed In legal Inutile. today
that there Is a possibility that all
chtirKi'S may be dismissed,
'Hit tompllcatlnns nroso whin Attor.
Hey liirl Itogtrs, representing D.irrow,
refused to nccept friiKiiientury notes
or testimony us it conipllanee with it
mutt ortlir that the district attorney
supply the defense with li hill truli
strlpt of the evidence on which the
grand Jury Indicted narrow
Declaring Hint n .full transcript was
hot to l.e hnil beruuse all the testi
mony hud not been tnken by the ulll
clal rteiingrnpher, District Attorney
1'redcrlcks annouuceil that he would
pav no mure attention to the 1 nil lit -nu'iits.
and have Darron rearrested on
Information, as was dune In the case
ur llert I'Vanltlln, the .McNnmara de
tective, whii was lined $1000 yesterday
artir entering n plea ur guilty to the
chnrge Hint he had attempted to In
fluence a Juror hi the XcMumnrn trial.
More legal obstacles arose nt this
Juncture. lioweer, leaving n doubt its
to whether such an ntrcrt could he
made. In view or the fnct that Harrow
was under Indictment fur the alleged
offi list. Then Judge Ilutton, who llrst
ruled that the partial transcript was
sulllcleiit nnd reversed himself layt
week, added further complications by
fixing Mln til 11 us the date when the
ufcusci! lawyer should appear In court
to have his case set rnr trial.
When ynirt adjourned, the case was
left In n condition that puzzled the at
torrcys for both sides. As It stands,
licciirdlng to counsel, the prosecutor
can not send the case hack to the
grand Jury because the condition', de
veloped nre not covered hy the penal
code. He can not arrest Darrow on
Information because nf the fnct that
be has been Indicted, and filially n full
transcript of the grnml Jury evidence,
which Prederlcks declares can not be
procured, must be handed to the de
fense live days before Darrow' Is
brought Into court to have his trial
District Attorney Prederlcks mid his
iisslttants were wrestling with the
piohleuis nil this iifterntiou. It was
stuted, however, Hint some mode or
procedure would he mapped out hy
AD CLUB LUNCH
MtiKager P. A. Swift or May & Co.
was the speaker nt today's lunch ol
the Honolulu Ad Club, nnd un chair
man or tho Committee on IMucatloiial
Cottrso ho gave n brief and Interest
ing outline or the ncono or Hiu Ad
Club's activities as propused liy his
committee. This will ho published It)
n later lssie.
Among the new members or Ihe
club voted iu lit today's meeting wan
Mr. P. W, Shnttuck or tho Keystouo
Type Foundry or Sun Kranclsco, who
is making a brier visit lu tho city.
Tho clnh elected Manager (5, W, Cur
tis or K. W. Jordan & Co. mid Mr.
Shnttuck as delegates to Ihe Nation
al Convention or the Associated Ad
vertising Clubs of Auioilca to Im held
In Dallas, ToxaH, ne.t May,
A Naw Homa Cut. That Anyos. Ctm Uaa With
out DUaaierl or Lota of Tlano.
We hits e New Mftliod tlist mum Aatbnit, '
sua avowant uu to liy It ut uur ftpilK'. .No
nutter wlirther our cao l uf loug-aMnUluii or
rweat danloixwot, ttlictlwr ft H I'ritMit ai
vcrMlonil or chu'tilc aiiIidis, our im-tlioJ It an
sluoluloiiiri, Nu iimtlur In what cllniato )on
llto, no mallet wlial unr ace or o'cii'llon. mir
raell.oj wUI cclUluly lum jrou Unlit lu jour o ii
WoVifecUlly want to leii'l It to thoio iar
Lily liois-leaataaei, nlifwellloiiiuetlBliafen.
ttoiitllea oj'lnin .repatiitloo, ftimei. "patent
BlOkea., etc., Iiate lallnl. We tiaut ti iliow
otertoue at our on eils'Dte that ttila iiew
ij.Uiod s III end all HIMcull Ureatlilns. all Iitv7.
Int. and all thote terrible parol) nut at once and
for all time, , m
Thtl frt-e oner too imimrioui iimrKiwi
wnto now ana ecuin inv cuic n.
onon, Hefid no niouejr,
niuifi wan coujiup oo-
FREE ASTHMA COUPON.
FflONTIEB ASTHMA CO.. lloom Jit
Maeara and II n J ion Hli., Uuflalo, t. .
Send free trial of jour method loi ,r
i tnr . . Mi f li
WASHINTiTON, 1) (' So ui'icli Jtnlgc Hook was born In Pennsylyn
liubllo criticism was stlncd up Hint '" eitiiuber. 1S57 He was edn-
Jtldge William father Hook -r I.eav-
'"" " ' '" "" '"""' "'
tho Hlulith I'Vilprnl ilrttilt. wmh tint
nplMiliiU-d by tlit I'n'sldrtit iih tho hiic-
iilllmip aaC Tialili I..uIm.II ll..fl,ii. In. )...
,.,,... ,., ..,,,, t.M . ii.Miiiii iii i tu-
niiiiinm miri m inv i niii'ii rumen,
SAYS WOMEN IN
FiJIS ARE ALL
SYD.N'KV. N. S - Miss Wllll.iin
son, a toiulst, who has h 'en spending
some weehi lu Samoa and Ihe MJb'.,
has Ik'cii al tho (1'iitveiior II del till.'
"I don't know that I ran fell you
very much of Interest," slio says, "ex
cept to add my iptota of praise of the
general beauty of Hit plnceii " Miss
Williamson travelled by a boat front I
Atickla'iii on which n cinipiu of huu-
dred eoille laboreni front India, wlllij
two native woniuti, were being putney-1
,i'd to 1'IJI. and was tnueli luteiested 111
Ithelr plcliiiesoue aiipeartince. She
iilales, however, that the Indians nro
hpolllng 1'IJI They g. Indented fin '
three or rour year just in Ihe (Mil-!
iiese do to Samoa, and ut the cm! of
their terms they nro allowed to sign
on lor .mother period or tahe up Inudj
on their own account. Their Influence.
'lit theiefoie becoming ytMily at longer,
and inut'li flvMIng nml lawlessness oc-j
cur aiiiuig lliemr.elve.i. nnd on urcn-!
slims liettveen them nml the nitlve.i
nml Kitrope'ini. Miss Willlaiiisotll
round Samoa hy far the most interest
ing pait of her Itinerary, and, of
coiiise, she made tho ptlgrlinngo to
Ihe grate of llohert Louhi Slovnitson,
"It was unite an hoitr'n iieraiulilo," sho
deflates, "and fliey Hitld I'd wcr get
ilieie hut ,ld."
Asked how tho !Curopc-tii women
Flood the climate. Iho visitor ndtnltled
J Hint lliey loolted rather washed-oitl.
In fuel.' bIio deelaied, "you can til
ways lell an lalaud woman at sight
Women, hurses, and cats nro nil pretty
much alike down theio, wash-mil,
slah-slded, and long-leggod."
One of Hit) most imposing nlglil"
vIkIIi'iI was Ilio cavo nt Vavu.i Iho
Kwiillou Cat - n great placo lulo
whit h. Iho weather heitig iiiiIId calm
Ihe launch convoying tho i.uty wa
nhlp lo enter.
"It wan wonderful," Mini Wllllmii
son tavs; "ittieli eolori in Iho wnlcr,
Prmsslau blue nhadllig lo Imiriiuolso
nnd pale green, and then hack lo In
illgo There was, liuwevei'. anotlter
and tn 1 1 1 more Interesting cave clore
liy, hut It has a rtihtcrranean entraiiiv
Into uhhli the t'y.plorei' mini ill in,
.'Hid as Iho last vlidlor cuiio up loo
noon on his leturii Jmiruoy nut) hurl
Ills hick, we look lliu heutltleu or Unit
placo on hearsay."
Miss Williamson In of opinion tin
thero in groat prnr,porlly hulh In Sa
moa and Ihe MJlii, but Unit rain I
juigenlly needed. The opening of Iho
rauatna canal will, slio lltliiKn, inaio
a gteal dllfcreneo lo Iho whole of Iho
South I'lii-ldi islands, In spile of Ilio
final tlncr, which :tru iiuiti In ho
heavy. Tim liilon Hue Is already
speaking ot runniiis to Kusland dlicut
J'"1" " '"yrt h. Kan., wl.tre be
nut find Ids home since boyhood, nml
wriitluntetl frcm the St. Louis Ijiw
u,.!.....) n, hu m.. ...,. i.... i
'""" ! iO-JO, III- ttiio iliilll-
ilMrlet JihIkc for tin- Ktinwiti UlMrlct
... ...... . ... . . .
in imi'.i (fin iitur yoarw lau-r was pnt
tnnlcd tn tho rlrt-iilt Iiqiicii.
via Panama, and geiicr-i
Hie si cat engineering feat
far-icacliing effect iipo
Now Xealaml and Iho Islands,
Mlta WilllaniMin does not bellovo In
tho allltudo of the. mh'slonarlcs. Thero
In she rays, fni" loo dlrtajiirlal n tone slide danger to Auatralla rrom the
nh.iut Diem and un liiclliiallon to lioss Japanese iu Hie Islands Is that they
till aid sundry. "They all look very , , , , ,p ,
rnl end well," eho adds, ",ind an If ", ,, , ....
lliey had n '.ery much easier time of h!H','",. which would ho of gro.it
It than if they had ntiyed at home."1""'l,t'Kl,; li'itn!ico I" tho event of
, n, , I it ii iittack on Australia. Australia Is
SKIN A MASS OF FIRE
Horrible torture-,.nl unendurable' 1',l " " '",lo ,'', Mr'
days when the whole body seems to ' C'8swc. late 1 ep.tty llr lis 1, (!om-
be bnrnlm.- tip-long nlKhts or sleepless ",B.S'",U''' " ,ho (,,",1t',tt l9l,,mln'
it.iin.v- Then ! r'"1 HUherts nro eight days' steam
Ina'tant rolief-The skin cooled nnd fro"' Syl''J'." If wont on. "Tho Car-rerrcshed-
nil Inirnlng nnd Itching ollnes aio only rour ditys. Tlicto uro
Kiuie! i flue hntliors ami splendid nnrltoriigc.
TlioiiMiniN leitiry to this thnu-uinilt '.Mul a coaling stntlon thero would on
tvlm HiilTiriil Irom i:c.cnia, Psorliirls nhlo n hostile Heel lo prepare quietly
mid other sklu troubles, until they for a dash itpnn Sydney,
heard of Hint simple rooting wnsh of, "Ar far us nuy attempt which ,1a-
InterKreen. Thymol and other Ingro-
dints ki'own us D.n.l). Prescription,
J. Samuel Lewis writes; "I used
three lioltles of D.D.D. prescription,,
and 6TV inv skill, once a mafia of fire
, , ,. .,' , ' ., V ..
and Irri a ion, is smooth nnd soft
iii u chllds.
of nil remedies ror tlm skin Hint we
L',..., ... ,,u I .11. . ..1
,..,., . i r ir. mitt i i , .iiiiiiii-ii.t
II... lilt II I e,'l,.ll., f,. 1..,n
Just ii mild, soolhliut wnsh-but It ,'l"s "l,lllfl- T,1 Ro!l Ik v-'r' liall"W
eleinses nnd tools the skin us nothing "'"I l"'-'. Theio nro no pkinlatlonn.
else tan. Ai.il It lakes nwny tho Itch,'1"1" laktiuls nro nut plautahle.
lustiintiyi ' "Nor Is thero nny reason that I
We would like to fell you morenboui know or why .Inpan rIioiiM run u lino
DD.li. Piescrllitlon ir yon will call, of sleatneiit to tho Inlands, It Is hot
llcm'on, Smith & Co., Ltd. I clear what Iho object would he. Thero
KupirRnnlrtJIru ilt'igor rt Wlrcnnnliiilliittis, Plillp & Co.. havo i
after it tiall ut tho While House snul jwhlch ran easily copo wllh
Hull President Tall has promised him; trade of thero Islands the Solo
ti tnko un with Attorney (loner.il tnona. Hie (lllhcrts. Iho New Ilelnhles.
WlekciKltam tho l.nwience, JUtss,
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When shown positive mid reliable proof that a certain"
rcnitidy had cured many cases of female ills, wouldn't any
sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would also
benefit her if suffering with the same trouble
Here are five letters from southern women which prove
the efficiency of Lydia li. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
lkttkk ritoai vinaiNiA.
nilUton, V.t, "I feel It my duty to express my tlinn.cn to yon nml your
(Trent medicine. I wns a NtilTcrar from female, troubles nml had been con
fined In bed over one third of my tlmu for ten mouths. I could not tlo my
housework and had falntln? spells bo that my husband could not lentu niti
nloue for lire minutes at a time,
" Now I owe inv licalth to Lydia n. rinltliam's Veectiiblt! Comisntud nnd
Jllootl Purifier. Vhenevcr I see n nufTcrintr woman I want to tell her what
these medicines linve done for mo nnd I will always speak ngood word for
them." Mrs. ltonmir llt,ANitl:.mtti', Klliston, Montgomery Co., Vn.
laETIER FllOM T.OUISIiVNA.
New Orlcnnt. La. "I wns
foro I toolt Lvdln i:. I'lnhlium
hot flashes, wealt and dizzy feelings, backache and irregularities. 1 would
get up lit the morning feeling tired nut ami not lit to do anything.
"hincel have, been tithing your Compound and Hltssl Purifier I feel all
right. Your medicines are worth their weight lu gold." Mrs. Uahton
HboxiiKAV, 1511 Polyranla St., New Orleans, La.
LETTISH TltOM EI.OItlDA.
Wnucliula, ria. " Some tlmo ago I wrote to you giving yon my symp
toms headache, backache, hearing-down, and discomfort in walking, caused
by female troubles.
" I got two bottles of Lydia 15 1'lnklinm's Vegetable Compound and a
package of Sanative Wash and that was nil I used to mul.e me a well woman.
"I am satisfied that if I had donu HLn a good many women, nud had
not taken your remedies, I would hnvo liccii u great sutferer. Hut I started
iu linn! with Iho right iiicdlcino nnd got well.- It did not cost very uiueli
cither. I feel that you aru a ft lend to all women and 1 would rather use
your remedies than have n doctor." Mr .M. vi lit: HoiiNor, Iiox -mo, Wau
JiETTEIt rilO.tr WEST VIRGINIA.
Mnrtlnsburg, W. Vn. " I nm gl.nl to say Hint Lydia K. Pinkhntn's Vege
table (,'oiii.iiiiid has done wonders for my mother, tlitughter nm myself.
" I have told du.ens of people ulsiul It and my daughter savs Hint when
Rlie hears a girl complaining with cramps, rIio tells her to take your Com
pound." Mrs. MAltv A. lIocKKNiiKinir, 713 X. 3rd St., Martlusbtirg, W. Va.
ANOTHER LETTKR FROM VIRGINIA.
Newport Xews.Va. "About five years ago I was troubled with such pains
and bloating every month that I would liavo to go to bed.
"A friend told mo to take Lydia 13. Piukhaui's Vegetablo Compound and
1 soon found relief. Tho iiiedlcliu) strengthened uiu in every way and my
doctor unproved of my taking lu
" I will bo glad it my testliuouy will help some ono who is suffering
from femalo weakness." Mru W.J. llLAYTON, lUi'U Hampton Ave., Newport
Whj' don't you try this reliable remedy?
HSiTIIAT JAPAN-AUSTRALIAN SCARE
SYI.NKY, N. R. W. "The only poa-
I what Japan would want. Tlieio Is
.nothing In (ho Islands ror her."
pan- mny tnaUe nt Bcttleinenl III thol
islatuls Ati'-tralla llttR no causo for
"ipoclally Is Ihis so tn regard U
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'"e tiiiucii isiaiius. t lierc IB no HUM
avall!l,)!o tll(,rtl- Tllc n.ltv(!H ,,,,,
nil. In nny case, tho hud would ha
no use for planting.
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' iU" LllllCrlS RIO l gfOlltl Or llllV
Is no trade sufficient to warrant It.
i which can easily copo Willi nil llto
and tho Klllcp (.roups.
"It Is truo Hint Japancso steatnoiR
SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
-"I was jiasslnjf tlirough lliu Change of Life nml lie-
rinhlium s Vegetable Conipoiiiitl I wan troubled with
visit Ihe outlying Inlands to pick tip
what they can, hut thero Is nothing
"The number or Japancso on thefio
Islands Is not groat. Two years and a
Iinir ago thero were at Ocean Inland
r.fttl Japanese all or tlicin Loo Clioo
Island coolies -nil Jnpaneno mechan
ics about nuo aboriginal natives, and
about 10t0 Indentured (lilhert Island
"Ocean Island la held under char
ter by tho Paellle Phosphate Com
pany. Tho company tinea not llko tho
Jnpaueso coolies hecauso they hiivo
their money, and take It hack to Ju
lian. Tho (lllhurt Islanders spend
their iiionoy with Ilio company. Thero
1st no chanco for tho Japanese thero.
Tho Kurope;ttis on tho Island number
"Japan can gain nothing hy Recking
to settlo these Islands. Any attempt
to relzo them would embroil Japan
with Creat llritaln, doimany. and "
riat.ee. Tlieio are largo nieaa of
land In tho Solomons, tho Now Heh
ildes, nml MJI; lint they nro lu tint
hands of the natives. ICunoan plan
lorH would occupy them Rlndly If tlioy
worn nllawi-L Hut Iho laud Is all so
cured to the natives,
"It must ho remembered, too', that
In KIJ1 aro 7!i,0U0 freo liullans good
r.eltlers, good citizens .many or
them (mined Boldlcrs. They aro till
llrltiah subjects, of course. Tho
planters would Import more of them,
hut tho Colonial OflK'o, for some ox
tiuordiiiary reason forbids It.
".lapaneso activity In tho Islands
cannot ho directed towards trado or
settlement. It must hnvo sumo othor
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