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SUPPORT OF '
Latin Nations Tacitly Endorse
Policy d tlio United States in
"Ucgard to Hucrta in Mexico
However, Nature of President's
' Demands Is Not Given to the
' WASJUNOTON, August 25. (By
Associated Press Cable) It Is announced
here that tho European Latin
powers, after a careful review of tho
situation find consideration of tlio demands
made upon President Huerta by
President Wilson, havo tacitly endorsed
the demands mado by tho United States
upon tho Hucrta government. Tho na.
ture of President Wilson' demands is
not glvon out.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, August 21, (Spo
tial to Tho Advertiser) With only
three American soldiers nvallahlo for
the protection nf each mile, of the
Mexican border, and certain knowledge
lha't quantities of arms nn.l
are being smuggled across tho border,
consideration has been given in
military circles to tl.e dispatch of fresh
troops to the frontier. The pmsibility
that, as a result of the steady northward
movement of the Federal troops,
the numerous Constitutionalist hand
may be tempted to doss into Toxns and
Arirona to escape capture, has alio
been taken, into consideration, nud
though no orders liao been issueil,
plans nf the Army have lecn fully do
vcloped larrcjy to incrcifse tho maneuver
ili ision under General Carter.
Tlio augmented forco would thus bo
in n position 'to deploy in strength
along the northern border of Mexico,
or, in case of need, could form thn
military unit of a successful expedi
Owing to the consMcrallc number of
Irpops scut to Hawaii anil tlio Canal
Zpne, the retention in China of some
military furies and the maintenance ol
an nrmy of about 12,0(10 men in the
Philippines, the total strength of the
moliilp nrmy remaining on the
States, oxer and ubovo
thMistAitillcry force, which must
be maintained in their posts, is only
about 32.0PO men. Of these,' 11,000 nro
now under General Carter in Texas,
and to bring the strength of his
,up to possible requirements heavy
drafts would havo to bo Jimdo on the
Eastern nnij Western (lepartments.
'(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
DL'BKELKY, August 21. (Special to
The 'Advertiser) It will be a matter
of only a' few "weeks before tho Huerta
government in Mexico collapses, owing
to the firm stand taken by President
WiQN and his administration in refusing
to recognize a regime which has
gained it, through "pistol lorro,"
to Prof. A. C. Miller, assistant
secretary of tho interior, who arrived
hero with Mrs. Miller this afternoon
for n week's rest before returning to
"1 simply speak as nny nno would
who has watched the Mexican situation
and has been in touch with thn admin
titration," said Professor Miller".
"Things are coming out exactly ns
they were forecasted many weeks ago.
The collapse of tho Huerta rcgjmo may
be expected at any time."
Son of Jdhn Hays Hammond
Perfects Non - Intcrferablc
' Radio Impulse Device.
BOSTON, August 21. (Special to
The Advertiser) -John Hays Hammond,
Jr., tho twenty eight- ear-old son of the
country's foremost millionaire mining
oxpert, has perfected a mechanism ot
operation by radio impulses
from a land station. It is likely
to be adopted by tho go eminent as
the greatest intention Jet known for
coast defense protection. Non month
a board of Amy and Navy officials
will witness experiments with tho do
LONDON, August 11. Japan j,
afraid that onn of her most important
naval secrets will fall into tho hands
df a rival power through tho log's of u
torpedo from Ihn mnv Im!,,..!.:.. T.r..
... i... ..,:., . -. "" ""
I " iniu trip recently oil tho
Tho Japanese government has offered
a reward of $1000 for tho recovery
Of the torpedo. This is fivo times the
amount usually offered by the Hritish
government, ,in similar cireiimstancef
lil 0XP''"'''0" according to tho Pall
Mittl Gazette, is that tho torpedoes of
tho Kongo uro iiniquo in coiistmeilnii
mid that they embody iniportiint scores
of construction. This newspaper
ssjh the torpedo has n much longer
range and is more deadly than thn now
est style of torpedo.
(fly Federal Wireless TVleL'iatihA
LONDON, August 21. (Special to
Tho .Aflvortnerj Albert Victor Wel'di
will.bolurreited In 1,0111(011 tomorrow nu
a charge of emWzleinent at CkU'iio.
His accounts as niaiiager of uu Autn
Supply Company In Chicago aro nlbigul
to havo been short several thoutaul
Owen Williams, the manager of tho
VcJ)i, Fargo luminous in tho Islands,
lilt returned to lluuolulu1 after haling
spent a week Impeding tho ji0 mi.
ness , Ho reported thut ufter'liuvlug
heenc in tho field jmtr the Ililu
braueh showed a remarkable increase.
Federals Are Rapidly Driving
Castro Rebels Out of Venezuela
l'. S. CIU'ISKK I)KS 3IOINKS.
Now stettining; )3vanl Cord to protect American interests in town
taken from revolutionists.
(lly Federal Wirolesi Telegraph.)
CAUACAS, Venezuela, August 21.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho
cruiser Des Moinis, which is in Venezuelan
waters to protect American interests,
is steaming toward Coro, a
town in tho stnto or Falcon recently
recaptured by government troops. Tho
warship left Porto Cabello yesterday.
The Venezuelan government announced
Free-for-all on Schooner Heleno
Results in Hasty Call for Pollco
J. O. Caccros, Aged Seventy,
Taken to Hospital, Believed to
Be Seriously Injured.
Serious consequences may result from
a drunken brawl on tho schooner
now in port, -which occurred
nfterjioon nt threo o'clock, ns
tho vessel lay at its berth at tho Allen
i; Itobinson wharf. J. C. Cuceros, tho
cook, one of tho two victims of tho
fight, was returned to tho hospital
being once discharged and as ho is
seventy jcarg of ago it is possible that
his Injuries may prove moro serious in
his eusu than in others. Ho 1s the lather
of Curios M. Caccros, thu well
known local pianist..
According to what tho police can
learn a party of men not belonging to
tlio ship ciinio aboard yesterday, f rater
nl.ing with tho (few and with tlio in
tentiort of helping thorn spend llio day
in drinking. About threo o'clock one
of tho Ileicno's crew, nnmnil linn fnr.
phy, who wiis badly intoxicated, walk
'..1 ... :..... i n... .....1 ... 1 ...
iniu ijiu kuiicj uiiii nus uriiureii out
Ho refused to go nud n bniwl com
mciicrd in whiili tho couk hit him with
a potato masher. 11 I.ohne, nnothcr
seaman, staggered In after 'Murphy and
found his mato being held on tho floor
by W. II. Mem, n cabin boy, vvhllo
was boating him. J.ohno picked
up a heavy piece or timber mid struck
tho conk hernsi the temple. The fight
stopped with the urrivul of the police.
Hohno and I.iem were placed iiuilor
arrest, the latter being released lnte.'r
at thu request of tho eaptnin, ami
anil Caeeros, also undur nrrosf,
were sent tn tho Quran's llosiitul for
trrntuienti Tlieir Injuries vvero ilressrd
nnd they weru taken back tn tho police
receiving station. A short while afterwards
Caeeros' wound reopened nnd ho
was returned tn tho nhlrh iln.
elded to letnlu him.
Later in the afternoon Captain
Thompson again sent for tho police and
asked that tho intruders bo tired off
the vessel. All of them were drunk and
are being held for safo keeping. They
gavo thoir namos as MeSpeckman, VA
Tom, J. Itoweu and Marin. Inttnr 11
Powerful Democratic Organization
Seeks to Avert Defeat in
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NKW YOKIC, August 24. (Special
to Tlio Fdward F. McCall,
ill air nni 11 of tho public servico commis.
slon, was designated lust night as mayoralty
by the Democratic
central commission. McCall's selection
by the delegates as Icadoraof the Tammany
forces was unanimous. ';
llormnu A. Metz was unanimously
ileslgnnteil fnj comptroller. Mr. Metz
held this office during Mayor McCIeb
lund 's sec oud term.
Congressman Joseph A. Gouldon was
iiimnimniisly selected for president of
tho board of aldermen.
There will bo three tickets in tho
field, Democratic, Fusion, ami (iayiinr,
who runs for reelection ns an independent.
Neither tho Tauimnnv mnn imp il.n
Fusinmsts would admit today that thn
nominaiiou (11 iiuyuor would weaken
BUPPI.IED BY ALL CHEMISTS.
I'liyfliians pirwrrlbn Cliamberla n's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemed)
!iiho it jcliivns cramps in thn
nud intisttinal pains quicker tliuii
""y preparation than can cniupoiind,
It eaa be bought from any elemlit. A
1 Mtle vflll fceflp for year, nud no home
li tomuleta without it. For ule by
Wn, Smith i Co., Ltd., agents fur
IMWAIIMV r.WITir, ill-n v..im
that General Jiiradu, tho federal commander,
has .captured tho remaining
Castro revolutionis'ts In the, Btuto ol
Falcon after a fight nt Cumnrlbo.
The official statement lidded that the
revolutionary bands In tho Stnto of
Taehiva liavo beon driven across the
frontier whore they were captured by
Columbian troops. There still remain
a number ot revolutionary giviups,
however, at other localities in Venezuelan
Whose removal from office is sought
by Anti-Trust League.
Banking Interests Appoint Committee
to Go to Washington in
Effort to Havo
Measure "Reasonably Modified"
By Democratic Lawmakers.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
CHICAGO, August J I. (Special to
Tho Advertiser) Hankers from all
parts of tho couiitiy, at tho end of two
days' eonfeiciicu' hure. ugieed on a mini
her of important amendments to thu
turreney Hill now pending
in congress ami appointed a committee
ot seven to go to Washington to
to liavo the changes incorporated
111 tho measure. ,
Members of tho conferenco expressed
the belief that the administration
would be convinced by the nrgumeuts
thoy will present and modify the bill
so that it will be reasonably satisfactory
to bunking ami business interests
of the country.
DIDIER MASSON'S AIRSHIP
WRECK AT EMPALME
NOGALF.S, August Id. Americans
who armed on tonight's train from
Fmpalme, confirm tho report of tho accident
last Sunday to tho Massou
which, owing to n break in its
motor, fell to tho ground in Kmpafmo,
one of its planes being shattered and
the ncroplnno being otherwise damngod.
Thn occurrence started u heavy bombardment
from tho Mexican gunboat
Tamplco, vvhllo the Federal forces 1110.
bilized tn capture tho machine, but tho
rebel forces, which were nearby, rushed
to the nicl of thn aviator.
The rnniionnilliig resulted in the destruction
of the various buildings In
Knipalnie, including tho South
Company's hospital ami thn greater
part of the ruilnuy station, necessitating
tlur occupancy of 11 now building
us (he depot.
Kiupiilmo is without .forces. Not
morn than UOOO rebels were noticed,
their liondrptiirters being nt
'while there seemed to bo nt least
(30(11) Federals in (liinvmiis. Tho passengers
were loud in their praiso of the
conduct nf Admiral Cnwlcs,
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
KANSAS CITV. August 81. (Sue.
ilal tn Tho Advertiser) Dr. II. Clarke
Hyde must fnco a Jury for the fourth
time nn tho charge of inurdorinV Col.
Tliomns II. Hwope, null otmlro ph'liii.
thropist. The enmity court notified
Floyd I'., .larohs, prosecuting attorney,
that the county would supply tie money
to jKiy evpemos of proteeutlou,
Attorney General 's Method of
Handling Railroad D:al Basis of
Anti-Trust League Accusations
Upon Which Effort for Im
pcachment Will Frobably Bo
flly Federil Wirelera Telojrapli.i
ilnl tir Thn I'l.ilis tn com
pel the removal of Attorney Gene nl
Mclleynolds from office, instead of
awaiting his, resignation, which mem
bers of tho nnti trust leagues profess tn
expect, were disclosed hero today bv
nfliciats of that organization, who said
that this movement already is well
under way. ' '
An Investigation by congres of the
Union Pacific d s nlu
t on case Is to be made the medium of
an nttnek on Mcltcyuolds, and in this,
it, members of tho league nssert they
it, members of tlio iengeu nsseit thoy
eiin produce evidence against McIJcy
nobis of such a damaging nature that
tho President will bo forced by public
opinion to retire liini from office.
A rendition proviipng for such an
investigation has been introduced by
Itepresentntiyo fleorgo .1. Kimlct, of
Colorado, and oljicers of the league
here have arranged all their evidence
for presentation to the Committee which
the hope will bo appointed.
RUNS AMUCK Oil
(Fioiii Monday's Advertiser.)
Spending the night that should have
beeu his weibllng night on n prison
cot ut the Wiiipahu j.iil, a half-Japa
nese, whose name appears 011 polico
records ns "Charlie," is awaiting the
word that he is the murderer of llauao,
nn ngeil Iluwii ii:ui. llauao, with 11
slash in liis right bre.ist six or seven
inches long, is dying nt the Queen's
Hospital. Do vvasttill ulivo last night,
but tho hospital authorities rx;rcF.seil
little hope that lie would live until
Saturdey evening at nine o'clock a
carousal was drawing to a drunken ond
in tho homo uf Jlajiao in thu Wniavva
Gulch, near Waipahdj Charlic.'a
and halMIuwuilun. was the
"guest of honor," In recognition ol
his coming mnirfago with sc Hawaiian
girl, a relativo of tlio host. Tho mar-rage
was to havo taken placo yestur
Drunken Fight, Says Assailant.
Neither I Ian my in what inny I 0 his
ante mortem statement to Sergeant Dan
Kamnhu at thn hospital yesterday, nor
his assailant in tho Waipaliu jail has
given any satisfactory reason for the
row which broke up the iu.ni. Hnnae
told the sergeant that he, had no
of the cuuse of it; Charlio will say
nothing except that it was n drunken
fight, according to Deputy Sheriff
In spitn of tho fact that tho
occurred at nine o'clock Saturday
uighj, it was fidly nno o'clock
yesterday morning when Ilnnan leached
tho Waipahu hospital ami the deputy
sheriff was notified. At tho hospital,
limine was found to be almost
nnd for 11 few minutes ho was bo
Moved to be already dead.
After working over him all night,
how over, tho physicians managed to ro
stoio lii in so much that when local
police hciilrpiartors sent tho ambulance
down jostorday morning ho was strong
enough to stand the rough trip to the
city. He arrived at the Queen's JIns.
pital at nine o'clock yesterday mom
Ing in charge of Captain Noilson of
tlio second watch. Fpur hours later the
hospital officials warned tho police that
tho man was sjnking rapidly and that
it was possibly tho last chance thoy
would have to obtain a statement from
Boy ALso Wounded.
Deput.v Sheriff Fernamle. set out for
tho gulch at once .upon hoirlng tlio re
port of the attempted murder. Ho went
to Hume's hnuscj where ho le.irned tho
particular of tho ficlit amltfrniml another
vicfm, WJllio Miller, n Hawaii in
boy thirteen years of age. Ho was
suffering from a nasty cut in the back,
which, however,, isiuipt likely to prove
From the story told to Fernando;:, it
nppenrs that the row- commenced unexpectedly,
(harlip drawing 11 butcher
knifo with apparently no provocation.
He -111(1 Hnnae struggled for n few minutes,
but the old mnn was tumble to
stand up (lgaiust his antagonist, who
mado a downward stroke at his heart
and cut his right breast open. During
tlm fight the Miller boy rushed in be
tween them, thinking that ho could
push them apart, and as Hsinno fe'l he
turned and ran away. , Charl'o mnde n
slush nt linn jintl cut it long gash In
Fernandez followed Charlio throuMi
several settlements, finding him h cling
in the house of n friend, three or four
miles away, at threo o'clock vusterdav
1 ' !
(Ily Federal Telegraph.
PA Ills, August to The
Advertiser! Ituii'urs of an engagement
between tho Dudleys .do Chauines, formerly
Miss Theodora Shouts, nud Ami'
Fqqiilorw the Frenrh Hewn llrummul,
are whispered in society circle hole.
I . WPI'KI.V
Parker to Direct? Sulzer
I: t w$$$f Jmim M
JIH)C1E ALTON 1$. PARIvHJi,
Vltd lins been relnined by Tiimmiiiiy forces Io le;Ul legal battle
itKititist New York's Governor.
(Ily Federal Wireless Tclcgrnjdi.)
ALBANY, Xew York, August 21.
(Special to Tlio Advertiser) Alton H.
Parker, who was tlioDenlocrat'c
for President ill 1P0I, will conduct
the impeachment proceedings againht
Governor Suler before Ilia 'court of
impeachment, which has bceVcnllPct l'or
next mouth. This announcement was
made today by Aarop J. Levy, stanch
Tiimuiiiiiy member and majority, lca'Jor
ot the assembly,
Society Woman After
Doctor Ruffo's Scalp
Tho engagement uf Miss Hossfo 'hip-pan
of Mow York and Dr. .lunii Ilaiitwta
Iluiro, recently of Honolulu, will bo
broken if thu elforts ot several women
friends o tho physician's pretty fiance
in Honolulu can iutercedu with sufficient
forco with tho young woman,
who is now living with her parents who
mo employed us caretakers of n largo
ffariu near New York City. At least,
this is claimed by a woman friond
of Miss '1 iippan, who followed Doctor
Hullo to thu vhurr. Saturday morning
as ho wn preparing to leavo tor tho
Coast on tho Sierru and insist upon huy.
nig him usplaiu the true conditions sin-rounding
his meeting with tho young
woman ho has promised to wed.
"A Simple Country airL."
"Doctor IlulTo is a fraud und a
scamp, "said the woman JrieJid of Mis)
Tnppnii. "Ho has drugged (ho nanio
of this simple country girl iujo u sickening
sentimental story, hoping to gain
by it a little cheap notorioty to,uid him
in making his way around tho country.
Miss Tiippstn is pretty, but sho was
never in Messina; she is not a distil-inn
ami her pnieutH aro simple, honest
farmer folks in New. York. Her father
is employed as fnremiiu of a furni near
N'evy York. Miss recently
rraduated as a nurso nud was oinpXijeil
to care lor nil invalid woman who was
returning to her homo in Honolulu.
When she arrived hero Miss Tuppan
was employed to euro for ino.'diirlug uii
Illness and it was during tho aoveral
weeks sho vvns witli mo th,at I learned
thut she was an innocent country girl,
beautiful, but not iicconiplfsheil. '
Meets Doctor Buffo.
Liko most girls of her ago she was
of 11 romantic turn of mind und when
opportunity cumo sho sought
us :t nurso in caring for tho im
migrants from southern Europe vvlio
were detained uu Quarantine, Island. It
was thero that she met Doctor Ituffo
for the first time. Tho fellow seemed
to hypnotire her at onco and tho two
speedily bee nine engaged. Wo warned
her ngaiust tho danger of such a step,
but sho wrote homo und her engagement
was announced in her home paper.
Later Doctor liufTo went to .In pan, returning
with a few 'slight gifts, for
Mis Tnppan, To friends he confided
thut he had no Intention of marrying
Miss Tnppiiu; thnt itivvuuld mean the
loss ot his title aiid'cstnte In Italy tn
marry beneath lit rank. lint Missi
inppan wnuin not give ueoi 10 counsel
mid some time ago she left fur her home
to prepare her trousseau and wuit for
the coming of her idol. I am confident
Doctor it 11 do hut no intention ot marry
Acting Governor! Martin H. , Glynn
has adhered steadily to his jirogram
ot quietly isolating Governor Suiter.
JIo link made" no spectacular attempt
on tlio Subcr fortress, but all tlio wh 13
linn' been oiftretichlng' himself steadily
behind the legal rainpartit' f itrnlshod by
the attorney gonoral's olllce, y means
of which some of the State departments
avowedly, nnd others tacitly, havo acknowledged
According to Glynn adherents, the
Stute prison is' the 'only big wheel in
.the thut is
for Governor Sulrer.
ing Miss Tnppan nnd will see to it thai
sho shall know the manlier in which
lie has brought hor nanio into public
Buffo Maintains Innocence.
Tho woman who has interested
in tlio easo is prominent socially
in Honolulu and eNcwhero and asked
that her name bo withheld. Doctor
Ituffo, with tears in his eyes, she said,
explained to her that 11 great wrong
had been dono hath himself and Miss
Tnppan und wliilo ho had given the
joung woman's photograph as well as
his onu to the press, tho story was
woven out of whole. cloth nnd thut oven
then ho was searching for the reporter
who wrote It to seek personal satisfaction
for thij "insult."
"Mon Dieu, I have not jet fought
one duel ecu America," said tho apparently
irate doctor, "but this what
vou ca(l outrageous affront can only
bo satisfied by blood."
Waving his hands wildly above his
head tho doctor disappeared up tlio
streot and in turning a corner almost
collided with h reporter who had announced
his engagement. All but taking
the unsuspected netvswriter in his
anus tho marquis began showering him
with expressions of gratitude for tho
kindnesses he had extended him during'
his tusslo against adversity in Honolulu
and concluded by "touching"
tho said unsuspecting nowswritor for
JJot until tho Sierra was far out at
sea, did it become, known that tho aggrieved
doctor was in tho least disappointed
In tho manner in which his
engagement to MUs Tuppan had been
reported. , , .
"()ne tlii'lR I vvjitjTl advise Doctor
Iluffo, soldier of'f'ortu'iie tliough he is,"
s!i'd a friend .who professes to .now
tho young woman V family, "is to take
his chances, no matter how risky they
are, in Mexico, rather than go to that
New York farm and try to mal.o any
ciplautijloin In Dad Tjippan."
While, car, o, iQLfjfhc rap'd transit
service was in motion 'on Knlakaua
avenue yesterday evening about half-past
six o'clock, .MrsW. II. Filer, a
bruised nnd sttinued, -She was carried
into the Mnniin. Hotel und cared fur
until tho urrivul of )i. ('. 11. Cooper,
who found that she was not seriously
injured, but BUtTctlng mainly from
Mrs. 1' ler, vvho'is ilea ily sixty years
of ago mid resides at the Vidii villa,
was nifronsciohs' vvheii1' tnken tothe
hotel,. At first it vvns telleved slipilind
received fatnl injuries, She regnlned
rnusloiisiiixs, hen ever, by the time the
physician arrive! and Is'ter was transferred
to her owu home.
i FOR THAW TO
Canadian Authorities Havo All
Plans Prepared to Deport Noted
Murderer by Placing Him on a
Train and Sending Him Across
the Lino Into Waiting Arms of
(Ily .Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
OTTAWA, Ontnrlo, August IM.
(Special to The Advcrtisor) Hurry
Thaw will bo deported from Canada
Wednesday nftcrnoou or Thursday, according
to Information secured from nn
official of the Dominion immigration department
today. Ho will bo takon
across tho border and into tho Stato of
"Instructions to this effect hnvo already
been sent to tho immigration
agents at Sherbrookc," said the official.
"There will' bo no ceremony attached
to his deportation. Ho will bo tnken
back over the border and into Vermont
by tho railroad."
NO PROTECTION FOR
THAW IN VERMONT
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
HUItLlNGTON, Vermont, August 21.
(Special to The Advertiser) "Vermont
is no place for Thaw," was tho
statement mado today by Attorney-General
J. K. Drown in answer to 11
question ns to what course would be
adopted In case Thaw is deported.
Drown Bald that thero was no doub,t in
his mind thut Thaw could bo extradited.
"It will be simply up to Governor
Fletcher to honor a demand nf the
governor of New York," said tho attorney
MKXICO CITY, August II. President
Huerta was unwilling today cithor
to deny or confirm that ho will be 11
ciiuuiuuio tor too presiuency oc tuu
Hopublic. Tho Mexican newspaper men
in n written communication requested
General Hucrta to make a statement on
this point, calling his ntteiit'ou to the
declaration mado by Minister of War
Blnnquet, Wednesday, that dftierta was
his choice for tho presidoiieyii
President Huerta instructed Minister
of tho Interior Urrntla 'td reply for
him that tho present, time was too c'iriy
nnd that ho would mako no statement
rcgnrd'ng his possible caudidacy within
ten or fifteen days.
Much Interest has been aroused in
political and social circles by the announcement
that President .Hucrta expects
to reopen tho Cliapultepec Casllo
Saturday, iuauguratinsr his residence
thero with a farewell dinner lo Francis
William Strongc, tho Hritish minister,
who shortly will be succeeded by Sir
Lionel Fdward Greslcy Cardcn. Tho
castle has not been oien sincp President
Mndoro was overthrown. In
cently has b6en undergoing repairs.
Tho dinner to Mr. 6trouj(p, ,ifr Is said,
will bo the first of n series of brill'ant
functions planned by President Huerta.
SINKING IN QUAGMIRE
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, August 24.
to Tho Advertiser)! A hard struggle,
it doveloped today, was being
waged by Army cnglncors to keep tLo
Panama railroad ou- top of nil nlmu.it
bottomless quagmlro In what are known
as tho lirnzos nnd quebrancha bottoms
in tho Gntun Ttivor Valley.
Hedrock lies almost two hundred feet
below the surfucc. Tnousands of tons
of soil havo boon dumped into tho place
only to bo swallowed up by tho
A Woman Finds All Her Energy and
Ambition SUpplng Away.
Honolulu women know how tho aches
and pains that come when the kidneys
fail make life a burden. Backa'che, bip
pains, headaches, dizzy spells, distressing
urinary troubles, all tell of sick
kidneys and warn you of the stealthy
approach of dropsy or Bright ' disease.
Doan'i Backache Kidney Pills
are for the kidneys only. They attack
kidney diseases by striking at the
Can Honolulu sufferers desire stronger
proof than this woman's word?
Mrs. James Somers, 2306 N. Tenth
St., Philadelphia, Pa., ayj: "I wish
could 'induce every kidney sufferer to
give Doan's Backacho Kidney Pills a
trial. Kidney complaint in my case
came on gradually and I neglected to
attend to' it until my condition was
serious. Often I had to leave my housework,
and sound sleep was Impossible,
owing to backache. My body became
lame and stiff and I had such terrible
dizzy spells and headaches that H
seemed at if my head wero splitting,
My sight was affected and ehaip
twinges extended from my shoulders
Into my arms and loins, making mo as
weak as a child. When almost about
to give up, I learned of Doan's Backache
Kidney Pills and began their use.
They helped me although other prepara!
linns had failed and T continued taking
tbcm until I was well. My cure has
Dean's Ilackaehe Kidney Pills are
told by all druggists and storekeepers
at SO cents per box (six boxes 2.50)
or will be mailed on receipt of price
by the Hollister Ding Co., Jlonolulc,,
wholesale agents for tho Ilawaltaa
Ilemeinber the name, Duan's, aoi
take no substitute.