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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
THESE SIX LETTERS
From New England Women
Prove that Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound Does Restore the
Itoaton, Mass. "I vras passing through tho Chango of I.lfeand suffered
from hcmorrhi ire (sometimes lasting for weeks), anil could (rct'nothlnfj to
check them. I began taking Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vegetable. Compound
(tablet form) on Tuesday, and tlio following Bnturdny morning the hem-
orrhages stopped, I hare taken them regularly ever slnco and am steadily
" I certainly think that every ono who Is troubled as I was should give,
your Compound Tablets a faithful trial, and they will find relief." Mrs.
.iiEonoE Junv, 603 Fifth Street, South Itoslon, Mass.
Letter from Mrs. Julia King, Phoenix, R.I.
rhronlx, n.I. "I worked steady In the mill from the. tlmo I was IS years
old until I had been married a year, and I think that caused my bad feel
ings. I had soreness in my sldo near my left hip that went around to my
back, and sometimes I would have to Ho In bod for two or three days. I
was not ablo to do my housework.
" Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound has helped mo wonderfully In
every way. You may use my letter for tho good of others. I am only too
clad to do anything within my power to recommend your medicine." Mrs.
Julia. Kino, Jlox 283, Phoenix. K.I.
Letter from Mrs. Etta Donovan,WIHImantlc,Conn.
Wllllmantle, Conn." Tor fivo years I suffered untold agony from femalo
troubles causing backache, irregularities, dlrzlncsa, and nervous prostra
tion. It was impossiblo for mo to walk up stairs without stopping on tho
way. I was all run down In every way.
" I tried three, doctors and each told mo something different. I received
no benefit from any of them but seemed to suffer more. Tho last doctor
Mid it was no use for mo to take anything as nothing would rcstoro mo to
t health again. So I began taking Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vegetable Compound
' to sco what It would do, and by taking seven bottles of tho Compound and
other treatment you advised, I am restored to my natural health." Mrs.
Etta Donovan, 703 Main Street, Wllllmantle, Conn.
Letter frorrf Mrs. Wlnfleld Dana, Augusta, Me.
Augusta, Me. "Lydla E. I'lnkham's Vegelablo Compound has cured tho
backache, headache, and tho bad pain I had In my right side, and 1 am
perfectly wclL" Mrs. WisriELn Dana, K.1M). No. 3, Augusta, Me.
Letter from Mrs. J. A. Thompson, Newport, Vt.
Newport, Vt "I thank jou for tho great benefit Lydla 15. I'lnkham's
Vegetablo Compound has ilono me. 1 took eight Imttlcs and It did wonders
for me, as I was a nervous wreck when I liegan taking It. I shall always
speak a good word for It to my friends." Mrs, John A. TuosirsoN, llox 3,
Newport Center, Vermont.
Letter from Miss Grace Dodds, Bethlehem, N.H.
Bethlehem, N.IT." Ily. working very hard, sweeping carpets, washing.
Ironing, lifting heavy baskets of clothes, etc, I got ail run down. I was
sick In lied every month.
" This last Spring my mother got T.ydla U Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound for me, and already I feel llko another girl. I am regular and do
not havo tho pains that I did, and do not havo to go to bed. I will tell all
my friends what tho Compound Is doing for me." Miss OliACIK II. Ilonns,
llox 133, liolhlchcm, N.H.
For 30 yonrs Lydla n. Plnklinm's Vopotablo
Compound hit been tho BtniKliml remedy for fc
nmlo ills. No one Hick wltli woman's niltiiciitn
does Justice, to herself wlio will not try this fa
mous medicine, nimlo from 'roots and herbs It
1ms restored no mnny Buffering women to health.
(CONKfDKNTIAI.I LYNX. MAfS.. for llilvlco.
Your letter will he opened, rend
by a woman und held lu strict commence.
Are tho choico of tho oxcluslvo man for
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KINO STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE
Bachelor's . Friend Hose
Six pairs guaranteed for six months, $1 ,50 anil $2
SOLD ONLY DY .
CANTON DRY GOODS CO.,
HOTEL 8TREET, OPPOSITE EMPIRE THEATER
ASKS TO DISBAR
Mother of Stanford White's
Slayer Makes Sensation
I.ovvls Cass Ledynrd, president of ,
uio nar AHHociunon, appearcu Deiorn
tlio Appellate Division of tho Supremo ieiMPCD tC DDITDAC
Court yesterday lo urcn tlni rnnrl m'OllllUCn UT UrtnMO
tako action on now chnrRPK hy tho
prlovancn committee of Iho liar Asso
elation against Clifford V. llartrldKe.
who was counsel for Harry K Tlinvv
on his flrM trial, Tho court rccentlyiranora llroadfoot of Drooklyn, N. V.
dismissed dlshartnont proceedings
against Hnrlililgo, It was charged
that If his statements vvero truo ho
had spent money Impioperly lu tho
Thaw caso. Theso chargeH vvero
based upon a hill of parllculurH hy
Hartrldgo In his suit against Mrs.
Mary (I Thaw.
Tho now charges, which Mr. I-d
yard declared requlio alllrmativn ac
tion If tho ethics of tho bar aro to bo
mainlined, ncvusa Hartrldgo of do
celt, on Iho ground that lu l!ll)G ami
1907 ho obtained for legal Ties ami
expeiibcs In thn defenco nf Thaw
about Sin.'I.OOO. which sum ho told
Thnw nnd tho lattor's mother was lo
bo used In tho proper defenco of Iho
rano. It Is alleged that of this sum
Hartrldgo spout $39,000 lo indue o
women not to testify ngalnst Thaw.
It Is charged that Hartrldgo inlsup
preprinted tins money uy using 11 in per mlllB of Now Kngland havo 10
cndcavois to Interrupt tho ndmlnls ,(olvcd Information of nu advatico In
(ration of Justice, and concealed till.), wages,
fact from Thaw and Mrs. Maty C. . . .
It Is also alleged that during tlio,
sajno period Hartrldgo recolvod $IG,-j
000 upon tho stntcment that It was
needed for thn fees of alienists and
witnesses nnd various oxpciibCB, and'
It was paid to him In rollaiuo upon j
thoso statements. Ho applied no
part of It to tho payment of alienists',
fees, but misappropriated tho $46,000 I
the charges say.
Health of Ailing women.
(f Jafop In)
Big stock of varied
In support of the new charRea Mrs.
Mary C Thaw mado an affidavit slat-
lug that In tho last six months Of 190;
her sou paid llartrldgc $.ri7,ono with
Instructions to employ it oxcliiHlvely
In IcKlllmatc oxpensea and fccH, and
that durliiK tho llrst six months of
1007 her ttnancial aqent, Frank Kern
plo of PittshurK, paid Hartrldgo $10.
'100 for himself and partner and
proper expenses nnd disbursements,
"Hartrldgo liavlni; represented to mo
that tho money was needed and .was
lo no used or nllenlstH nnd v.
nouses' fees nnd various pioper ox
penses In connection with tho defctico
f ray Hon'a ca!0.
UUIVIIIMU UN SltKHA
Tho Countess Cleanora do Clsnerns
of Iondon, who was formerly Miss Ml
will nrrlvn in thn Sierra tnmorrnvv,
and will rest hero for n fow days un
til tho Mnrnma salts on thn following
Wednesday. Tho Countess Is an opcrn
singer of much nolo, and goes to Aus
tralia to llll an engagement tlicro.
'It Is not known yet that she will
sing vvhllo In Honolulu.
Kxpnrts nt lottou, fooilstnlTH and
oils from tho Hulled States lu March
vvero valued at $93,838,fil2, as com
pared with $ni,r:i2,01G for tho same
month n year ago.
Mario (1. Ilablo of Now Haven was
si 1 uck and killed on tho Slime Mnn
division of thn New Haven road at
Kast Haven, It Is supposed sho wab
walking tho trackB.
Thousands of operatives In tho pa
Trouble, Great for Atlhma.
etc Price 30c
NEW YORK, N Y. May 0 Conn
kcI for the family made public today
the will nf John Jncob Aslor, as drawn
In this city In September Inst, only u
few dns lifter hi marriage to Miss
Madeline TiilmiiKc 1'orio and approxi
mately spa en months before he perill
ed with the sinking nf the Tltnnlc
Vlnient Aster, n son, who will mine
In ugc within the car, Is matlo the
principal lienelleliir unci residuary
legatee No hint lis to the xnlue nf
lie Kre.it estate Is Kb en, and by the
creation of tru-t riiiuls 1ir testator lias
followcd, as far ns possible, the ens.
torn of Ills forebears In keeping tho
van Aslnr holdings Intact.
Valuation nf -the estate runt nnv
Where from $78,000,000 to ltr.0,000,000
A close friend of the fundi) said tn
nlKht that the smaller llriuro. In his
opinion, Is nearer the correct estimate
Aside from provision for Vincent
Aster, the will provides for uncondi
tional beniiests of only t.'.'i.r.'i Among
these, tberp is but one of a charitable
nature This Is J30.000 to St. Paul's
school at Concord, N II The rest of
thu legacies lire to related, friends
and faithful servants
Nearb all other provisions of the
will, as made public, deal with the
trust funds, of which there aro three
J5.00O.O00 for the voting widow. r,000,
000 for the colond'H young daughter
Muriel, the chilli of Ills former wife.
Avii Willing Astor. nnd 11.000,000 for
the expected posthuimix ihlld of Hie
present widow This latter clause pro.
vldcs fur "each child who shall sur
vive ttie testator other than ills son
William Vlnient and his daURhter Ava
No provision Is made for the wife
who divorced hlui, and If the jming
widow dies or marries iikiiIii the $.",
000,000 trust fund, tostllier with the
town house and oilier property left to
Iier, reverts lo Vincent Astor Shore- I
reived, however, $100,000 outright, with-
out further stipulation, nm! until tho
Income from the trust Tund shall be
come available the trustees are directed
to pa her an Income nf IJOO.OOO n)cnr
There was un antenuptial settlement
whlih she uciepted 111 lieu of dower
rights The amount of this never has
been made public. Humors Imvc placed
It at Jf',000.000.
ON PIER HOLD?
ThoAttornoy General has been nsk
ed to ascertain whether the octagonal
eoncrclo piers at tho Army torpedo
wnarr at Fort Armstrong aro patented
nnd whether thnt patent can bo
mndo to hold good ngalnst all other
concrete plerB constructed In tho Unl
It appears that tho Superintendent
of rubllo Works has encountered
snag In his construction nf tho wharf
at Wnlmcn, Kauai, having been not I
lied by It. V. ((reckons, enunsol for
S. II. Iliirhank, of Major Wootcn's lln
gliicring Corps, U. S, A., that tho rein
forced concrete piers ho has used as
tho underpinning for Iho Wnlmcu
wharf aro an Infringement nf Ilur
hank's patent. All tho piles used at
Walmoa am of Iho reinforced con
The typo Is said to have been pat
ented by Ilurbnnk when ho made
thoso used by the War Department nt
l-'ort Uo Itussv and Kort Kamehameha.
At the meeting of tho Harbor Com
mlssloncrs yesterday an engineering
Journal wns produced showing that
concrete piers of tho same stylo havo
been used in the Itast for a number of
jenrs, and that apparently no legal
difficulty with patents has been en
lUien Low yesterday sent n commu
ideation to Iho Harbor Commissioners
asking that tho wharf at tho foot of
Kort street bo kept open for tho uso
of tho smallor gnsolluo nnd steam
launches plying along tho Oahu coast,
and that tho customs, ipiarantlno und
Immigration boat lauding ho removed
In tho old boat-landing near llrowcf
"t Tho Atnrncy Oeneral gave an opln
Ion ussurliiR tho Commission that It
has power to appoint 1'nptnln Macau
ley of tho pilot stnrr to act as pilot for
vessels entering Pearl Harbor. Ho Is
to receive hnlf tho fees of pllotngo In
lieu of n salary.
Tho Superintendent of Public Works
wns authnuzed to advertise for ton
dors for laying tho nil pipe lino along
tho waterfront, connecting with tho
Will Sing at Next Meeting of
tion. The next meeting of the Territorial
Teachers' Association will bo held on
Thursday, Muy 23, at 2 p. m , at tho
Noi null Hchool
There will be a demonstration of
music principles by nrlmis primary
and grammar grades of tlio public
Nchnols and a i horns of 200 voices un
der tlio direction of Miss Juno Whine.'
The department has grunted permis
sion for the schools to dose ut 1
o'clock on Thursday, that tho teachers
may b ut the Normal School ut 2,
ROOSEVELT'S GROWING BOOM IS !
BRINGINGJJRYAN TO FRONT
Many Democrats Think HciMnJorlly ,i,,,r rmierwood as reac.
Can Beat the Doughty
(Kpeclnl Mullet In Correjponilence )
WASHINGTON. I). (, May In
tho event that Colonel Roosevelt Js
nominated nt Chicago, und that docs
not seem Improbable nnw, the Dcm-i
ocrnts will bo asked to tntisldpr care-'
fully Colonel William .leanings Ilryan
beforo they solcct their candidate, I
.Mr. Iliyan Is working for Speaker.
Clark and Governor Wilson alter-'
iiatcly lie has declared lime nnd
again that IiIb one purpose Is to do-,
icai mo niniiiunu m nis reactionaries,
an, ho classes tlovernor Harmon and
The Governments of Gcrmnii). Aus Very lltllo has been said about
trlnllungary. Ilelglum, 1 ranee. Lux- forln3 JP(( for ,10 contests among
ombiirg, Netherlands, Peru. Russia, tp candidates have been so spirited
Sweden, and Switzerland, having de n, RO fl,t nll(t frou8 tlmt no ono
cl4'.l..,".!,,!!ilnt.?1" n. forco. "fl?r A,IK' " l"'l Hmo to devote to platform
UBt JI, 1913, tho International union RKKostlnns Colonel Ilrjan has re
constituted by tho "riissclH sugai c(,nUy Rn,, tlat he ,,, not uelovo
convention of March r, Itl02, signed on ,ho )pmocrnU 8ln( ,)Ut n Inltlu
Mnrcl'l'. 1I2, n protocol giving stn live and referendum plank lu their
"""., . . ""' "' a
gust .11, 1918. Iho main point at Is-
o..u ..,. iwcih "" "-
amount of sugar which Itussla should
uo anowoo io cxiMiri annually, in
1907. when Itussla first beenmo n par;'BucccglI of ,hc ,)lirly mer tho welfare!
ty lo tlio convention, it was agreed ,. ,. ,.,., ii.i.,i ,. ., t nnn,n.i,.,n. I
that during tho following camnalgn
,, , , ,, , ,, ,
ye"f !,V,'nRn !n ". " I'" a,lnn1 '" rx
port XOO.OOO tons of sugar to conn
tries whero such sugar would come
Into coinpctlllon with tho sugar .pro-,
duceil uy tlio other signatory eoun -
tries, nnd for each of tho follow tig
four campaign years the exporlallon
of Itusslnn sugar to such countries
was limited to 2(l,"00 tons. At tho
. - a
proscnt co iirerenco Russia has sue-
rn.nl!;!. nni!f.'f tnlll V""
t!. V,,i ,Si Si n r ..
,l .Z f In ", ...'"r2..!,',!!
." t "",ffl"r. ' ',r"A,V,' ,W
Inns accorded Itussla by Article II nl
ih. .,ri,.l f 1W,I 10 inn? r..-
each of tho four years-Wm Seplem
i.nr 1 lima a.,..u. -n mil iu
malnlnln'ed 'for each of tbn'tlvn venrs1
fr,.m Kn,.tnml.oB l. mil m APsi 51.
1-01,1.,.. i, i.i,..i,... ,i. r,lhecn mentioned.
that In tonsenuenco V,f oxcenlionall
circumstances In 1911-12 a scarcity oft K n"XM"K !" "..
sugar and nt tho same tlmo a conBld.llhUnl'l,in.t 'll0 "oosovcltj. t war. Tho
crablo Incrensa In tho price nf sugar
. .. . .. . . . . . .
cd ho on rac. ng States rtvilhilrl
to export a speCnl extra quota, to bo
divided as follows: For tho campaign'
year 1911-13, 150,000 tons; ror tho
campaign year 1912-13. r.o.ooo tons;
for the campaign year 191.1-14, .10.000
Tho distribution of tho extra quotas'
of r.0,000 tons each for Iho campaign
years 1912-1.1 and 1913-11 is further
limited, so that during each of tho
four six-months periods Included tho
exportation of Russian sugar shall not
exceed 2,,no tons,
A vllnln I i,f (tin i.pnlm ill motfna urii.
vision for the posslblo contlliunuca of
tho convention after 1918 as follows:
In the hosslon which precedes Sep-
iiiiiL 1 ii 1 iiij uiininoi 1 nnv;n iinr.
tcmber 1, 1917, tho permanent com -
mission will enact by unanimous vote
tho course to bo followed by Itussla lu
caso she should bo disposed In contln
uo her participation in tho convention
after September 1. 1918. In caso tho
commission cannot agree, Russia will
ho considered to havo denounced the
convention, as from September 1,
This protocol, signed by tho retire
tcnlatlvcH of tho various Govern
ments, was to be ratified beforo April
1, 1912, and was In take effect on that
dato upon rntlllcatlon by at least tho
follow lug Kiiropcnu Kugar-oxportlng
countries Germany, Austi la-Hungary,
flelglum. Trance, Iho Netherlands,
JUST TRY A TEN CENT
BOX OF MSCARETS
Insures j on for months ugalnt n Nick
Headache, MUmmics, Constipa
tion or it Had Stomach'.
Put asldo Just onco tlio Sallt,
Ciithuitlc Pills, Castor Oil, or purga
tlvo waters which merely forco a
passageway through tho bowels, but
do not thoroughly cleanao, freshen
and purify tiiese drainage, or alimen
tary organs, and liavo no effect what
ever uimn tho liver nnd stomach.
Keep your Inside organs puro and
Ircsh with Cuscarets, which thorough
ly cleanse, tho stomach, remove the
undigested, sour and fermenting food
and foul gases, tako tho oxcoss l.ilo
fiom tho liver nnd carry out of tho
svstcm all tho decomposed wasto mat
tor and poisons In tho IntCBtlnos and
A Cnsearef tonight will mako you
feol great by morning, Thoy work
whllo you sleep novor gripe, sick
en and cost only 10 contH n box from
jour druggist. Millions of men and
women tako u Cuscarct now and then
anil never havo Hcadacho Dillons
puss, coated tonguo, Indigestion, Hour
Stomach or Constlpatod bowels. Cas
carets belong In ovory household
Children Just lovo to take tiiem.
iiwiiiiiivn M mi- luni ntiiui 111 UIIU
stato Mr Ilryan helps Wilson and In
nnothcr, Clark In tho meantime tho
managers of Wilson and Clark nro
making hitler nttacka on their rospec-
tbo oppoucnts While Mr. Ilrinn Is
willing to help either Wilson or Clark
there Is no loe Inst between Messrs
Wilson and Clark If the llaltlmnro
convention cannot agree upon cither
Clark or Wilson Mr llran miiy be
selected as a compromise candidate
Ilnnii Kur .Seeing.
Colonel Ilryan Is a clover politician
He sees far Into the future sometimes
Not long ago he had a birthday dln-
ner, ana, nmong tnem, Kcprcsoma-
tlvo Henry of Texas, and Heprosoiitn-
tlvo James of Kentucky, two of his old
lieutenants. Upon returning to Wash
ington after the dinner, Mr Henry
'gavo out n stlrlng Interview for Gov
ernor Wilson, and Mr James one for
.Mr Clark This was done with Mr
nryan s approval, u noi at ins sug
gestion. Whether or not Colonel Ilryan Is
nominated to lead the Democrats ho
will control (ho Ilaltlmorn convention
unless some turn comes in the trend
of affairs. If he is not the candldato
put forward by tlio convention he will
write the platform and name the can-
.Itilntn Tlnil la Mm wnv II Innltu mm'
platform He explained that the
nllt.gt011 was one for the stales and
not the United States
Mnnv ltPiiubllcins who desire the'
,.... ,i. i, ,. ,.i.i i. .,, . .,,.'
lllll 11, ..III .. II II I II III' II II IDV IU IIHIIIU
I'resldeiit Tnft or Colonel Roosevelt
, ,.. ,,, j .., ,., nn..i..
,. lirlv . , r,i,1 ,,,
w,(h U0 )emorrilR Tlcy would
,ko , Bpn u cmprdmlse candidate,
,)Ul , ,g n , , Mr ,,,
, llC(t , popular, but ho Iiiih
,,, ,,. ,,.,. ,i ,, i,i
i , , !...,.
IIVH LUIIfllllll I1V lllf III! Illll IUII ltll
vice-President Fairbanks has de-
" t0 'Ct' ''' ,ll"" 1,P " '" '"-
'ncctlon with the Chicago convention,
He will not go us a Taft delegate It
" '-" ?hrgr,l that he Is looking
" "" '"' " ."-, "" ......no
for 11 call for a dark .horse, and thinks
""'J " ,'10 rcmnl,m 0"' ,,f ,l,e flRht "c
. Jho nuestlon of possible vlce-pres-
Idcnllal timber has not neen ills-
.cussed. Prnbablo camlldat
ulldatcs havo not
""'" lnf "" !. .. .
Issue of Itooscvelf or Tiff I"1" over-
' '"'"""''", h not been ablo
J - --- ' - - --
Juan.iMirs nir in nun mui l"""ml
""" , .......... ..-. .... .........
"f ,1"vr 1,1rc"y ",or rs ,too. foul"1 l .
"' to tho wasto basket because of
'inn HICl lliai 111" liuwn.iei niuv:u
" needed for Itoosevelt
THAT HILEA SCHOOL
CASE BRINGS ROMANCE
As all echo of the Hihnoliiuister Wll
son ufTnlr of II Ilea. Hawaii, that was
so prominently In fore the public some
time ngo, ionics n little love romance
In which Lillian Wilson Is one of tho
1 principal aitnis
otaro, the Japane, e police onicer.
who was on duty in connection with
the Wilson case ut llllea, fell very
much In love with MIhs Wilson dur
ing Hie course of the Investigation,
und from the results It seems that his
attentions were nil to the good, for
Yotaro nnd Miss Wllunn were married
recently Miss Wilson has resided
with the family of Sheriff Pun slnco
the affair at the school came to be In
This Is the third matrimonial ven-
turn of Yotaro.
Do jou want to reach country pro.
pie Use the Weekly R u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
I nominate Mrs.
Counters are Afloat with
Shipwreck prices prevail. ,
You save half your money by
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DR. SUN BLAMES
KiiAxntiAi i'ihui Mm i -Then-
tii,ni,, ,,, n, ..iim,,ui,o., r n...
.-,.'..,.,., ' -'. ...
opium curs,, was plaid s.u.irelv nl
n. .1.- ..r n.n iiriii.i, n...,r., mi..
,in,. , ,)r. Hlll, vi m,..i .mi,ii,l- i,v
the Iniplluillon imitaln-d lu cahlnl
rrltlclsmi from England that the npliun 1
Iro,It,,n ,, ,, resumed on an I
cxlmslve s.-.ile In i-Iilim. Ih- r.inn.r
r, , ..,,. ,. 1
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lltlllVI PI lit II II Mil- IIIKI'ilIt II t llllhlllll'l
I)r ' ''' "' '" dl-patch that
he admitted the truth r the report
lie staled. vevcr Hint If It were
.,t for the Hrl.M, luarkc. espe.la.lv
in India where the Kournincnt meet
tt ",rK" '"" ,l" T""P" ",,", H,J
money paid Into the treason throngl
the Imposition of an Import tax
opium, this rould not be true
"t'ntll HiiKland abKnlutely prohibits
thn sulu of opium lu her ihwkcssIiiiih
this curse , an not be stumped out.'
aid Dr Sun Yat Ken
Accordlng lo n story received In
Paris from S. Petersburg Iho Km
oriho muscles of her heart ' I
cin.iit mw tc
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