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At a meeting: of the Humane Soci
ety held yesterday Secretary Holbrook
reported that 147 animals had been
relieved during the month of April
and that twelve persons had been , ar
rested for cruelty. William McCann
was appointed an -officer of the so
ciety. Herman Schussler, Milton Na
than and Warren Temple were unani
mously elected annual members Cl the
Humane Society Meets.
Commissioner of Works Woodward
yesterday submitted to the Fire Com
mission new plans for a salt water
high pressure system, prepared by As
sistant'City Engineer H. Cormick. The
plans show that a reservoir of 20,000,
000 gallons capacity on Twin Peaks
will cost $400,000. A pipe line down
Market street, beginning with a 30-inch
pipe and ending with a 20-inch pipe,
near the foot of Market street, will cost
$125,000. It is also planned - to erect a
relief tank near the main reservoir at a
cost of $15,000. The plans will be sub
mitted to the Supervisors' finance com
SUBMITS NEW PLAXS FOR
A SALT WATER SYSTEM
The petition of Mrs. J. A. Russell
that Locust avenue be opened be
tween Franklin and Gough streets
was referred to the City Attorney to
advise as to the status of t^ie avenue
in the blopk named.
The committee recommended the
doing of street and sewer work on
Church street. Sixteenth avenue, J
street. Eighth avenue. Twelfth ave
nue south, the establishment of grades
on Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
avenues, Lake, West, Clay, South and
Sixth streets and the acceptance of
Dorland, Harrison, Duncan and Fred
erick streets and Duboce avenue be
tween certain streets designated in the
The Supervisors' Street Committee
yesterday ruled against the recom
mendation of the Board of Public
Works that Kearnv street, between
California and Clay, be bituminized
at a cost of $5300. The committee
stated that it was not in favor of or
dering work which is provided for in
the bond issue and that when the
work is done it will recommend to the
board that an asphalt pavement be
The committee referred to the Bud
get'Committee the petition of prop
erty owners that Fourth street be
widened and retmved. The Board of
Works has recommended that the
improvement be made at a cost of
Street Improvement Because It
Is Included In Bond Issue.
Supervisors Rule ' Against Kearny-
DEXY RECOMMEXDATTOX OF
BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
Board of Works Clears Work
men of Charge of Dispos
ing of the City's Property
The Board of Public Works is wroth
over a communication received yester
d'ay from Health Officer Ragan to the
effect that certain employes of the
board named have sold sand and
gravel belonging to the city.
. The charge is groundless, as ascer
tained after investigation. Ragan's
Complaint has be«»n made to thi« department
that employe* of the Board of Public Works
are eelling to private parties the sand and
pravel that are taken from the tsewer on
Division ptre^t. between Flrfenth and Seven
teenth. This Fand or travel Is supposed to
tx- used to repair streets, but it Is claimed
that private p«rtie« are purchasing It for
*lMn«- In lots, etc
TfcU iratter i* under Investigation by our
•sanitary department and I would eusge.n that
you call the attention -of your employes to this
matter so that no eewer debriF can be used
Jot' filling In lots or he deposited in yards.
The communication was referred to
COMMITTEE SAYS XO
Refuses to Appropriate Money to Aid
in the Proposed Reception to
The members of the Supervisors'
Finance Committee held a conference
yesterday in the Mayor's office with
George A. Newhall, J. H. Scott* and
Frank Symmes representing various
commercial organizations relative to
the proposed recc-tion to be tendered
the Philippine Commissioners upon
their arrival here next month. It
was desired that the city appropriate
$1000 and another $1000 be raised by
subscription. The Finance Committee,
however, did not consider it good policy
to appropriate money for such a pur
pose, as it would establish a precedent
for future affairs of the kind. The
committee refused to make the appro
priation and the conference ended.
the Bureau of Streets, which directed
Inspector Brandon to investigate.
Brandon filed a report that all gravel
from the sewer described was removed
to the Sixteenth street corporation
yard. Workmen labored 53 days re
moving 144 loads of gravel and all was
duly accounted for. The only feature
that might have caused the complaint
was that the keeper of the corporation
yard loaned one load of the gravel to
C. S. Harney, a contractor, to start a
The beard consented to the transfer
of a portion of the school lot on Ken
tucky and Twentieth streets to the Fire
Department for an engine house site.
Leaves of absence were granted to
Misses Belle M. Stanford, Rebecca Ja
cobs, Mirma A. Steele and N. F. Sulli
van, with the right to their respective
schools on their return.
Professor Espina, who was delegated
to submit an improved medial system
of handwriting for the schools, re
ported that he had visited 117 classes
and found the writing in general very
unsatisfactory. With few exceptions,
both teachers and pupils welcome the
change from the vertical to the slant
and the interest in the subject is grati
fying. Many of the teachers are both
capable and talented and will become
valuable assistants in remedying the
injury caused by the vertical system.
Thirty-three applications, were re
ceived from those desiring, to take the
teachers' examination on June 11.
Demands aggregating $4S99 05 were
ordered paid to school census marshals.
The Board of Education yesterday
adopted a resolution requesting the
Board of Works, through the City
Architect, to prepare plans and esti
mates of cost for constructing neces
sary additions to the Hamilton, Mis
sion and Lafayette school buildings.
It is proposed to build another wing
on the westerly wing of the Hamilton
school containing three rooms, a wing
of six rooms on the Mission Grammar
School and four additional rooms on
the Lafayette school. This will do
away with necessity of renting outside
Thirteen More Rooms Will lie Added
to Hamilton, Mission and La
BOARD OF EDUCATION WILL
ENJjARGE THREE SCHOOLS
A caterpillar is so greedy that in one
month it actually devours 6000 times
its own weight in food.
DIES ON THE SIDEWALK.— A. Obujen,
proprietor of a restaurant at 1W7-1649 Devlsa
dero street, died suddenly yesterday morning
at 5:50 o'clock while on his way from his
home, 916% Vallejo street. He nai taken sick
in a street car and was removed by Policeman
King from the car to the sidewalk In front of
102414 Washington street, where he expired.
Heart failure Is ascribed as the cause.
The committee will sit again this
morning, when the Fire Commissioners
will again be heard.
The Park Commission, represented by
Commissioners Lloyd and Sullivan, oc
cupied the afternoon session. Lloyd
made an interesting and eloquent ap
peal asking that every cent allowable
by the charter be given to the Park
Commissioners. He reported the work
accomplished by the Commission this
Fire Commissioners J. S. Parry and
J. G. Boyne occupied the next hour of
the morning's session. Parry talked to
the committee on behalf of his depart
ment, urging a large appropriation. He
argued that two new fire houses must
be built Immediately in order to give
the city a proper protection from fire.
One of the houses, should the appro
priation permit, will be immediately
installed in the Richmond district. Par
ry further asked for enough money to
employ thirty mere men. This would
enable the firemen to work six days in
the week instead of seven. Parry said
that the amount needed for the extra
men would be $7500.
Brandenstein and d'Ancona simul
taneously spoke up asking what was
done with the $7500 given the Commis
sioners last year for that purpose. Par
ry replied that the money was spent in
keeping additional watchmen at the
different theaters and playhouses at
the time following the Chicago disaster.
Chief Hewitt of the Department of
Electricity was asked by the commit
tee as to the number of feet of wire
ncrw laid underground; when it was
laid; how much money was expended;
how much wire still remained over
head and how long it would be neces
sary for him to complete the work of
taking down the overhead wires. Hew
itt was decidedly non-committal. He
was questioned for^an hour and fifteen
minutes, and during that time answer
ed one question, saying that he was
not through with his work. He was
dismissed with considerable laughter
and a second attempt will be made on
him this morning. Several of the Su
pervisors said after the meeting that
Hewitt was a good man in his office,
but not the best financier in the world
nor satisfactory in answering ques
Yesterday morning Superintendent
Lewis of the Boys' and Girls' Aid So
ciety informed the Finance Committee
of the Board of Supervisors of the
amount of money needed to properly
carry that institution over the follow
ing fiscal year. Lewis asked for $10,
000, or $2500 more than was allowed last
year to the combined non-sectarian in
stitutions of the kind in the city. The
matter was taken under advisement.
The Board of Works was requested
to prevent the sweeping of streets in
an unsanitary manner and that the
contractors be compelled to use water
to allay the dust.
The Finance Commitee was requested
to add $10 monthly to the salary of
Chief Steward Bucher.
Dr. C. L. Gregory was appointed
Volunteer School Inspecting- Physician
for the Edison School in place of Dr.
F. C. Keck, granted a leave of absence.
The Board of Supervisors was re
quested to pass an ordinance making
it unlawful to beat carpets or rugs on
the public streets, as the same Is a
menace to public health.
Drs. Harvey and Poheim were ap
pointed a committee to investigate and
report on the affairs of the City Hospi
tal and associated institutions.
The request of the wholesale fish
dealers that the hour for removal of
garbage from their premises be
changed from 5 to 3 p. m., was referred
to the Health Officer for report.
Dr. E. Schmool was appointed In
structor of Clinical Medicine at the
The Excelsior Homestead Association
called attention to the need of a sewer
in the district east of Mission road from
Silver to Amazon avenues, and the
Health Officer was directed to In
Amy A. Hart was appointed night
superintendent of nurses at the City
A letter was ordered sent to those
persons maintaining maternity homes,
foundling asylums and baby farms, in
structing them to secure a permit from
the Health Board.
SWEEPING OP STREETS.
"This condition in other counties,"
said Dr. Ward, "may be met by con
demning the milk that comes from
there and is sold in this city. The
committee will take steps in that
direction in connection with its pro
posed crusade." .
The appointment of Dr. J. I. Stephen
as Chief Emergency Surgeon was rati
fied by formal resolution of the board.
The Supervisors will be asked . to
appropriate $4200 yearly for transpor
tation of four plumbing inspectors, two
disinfectors, one bakery inspector, two
dairy inspectors and one chief food
I would also Insist that besides the arrests
which would follow a violation of our require
ments that a bulletin of the condition of all
the dairies supplying milk to San Francisco be
publicly exposed In the Hoard of Health rooms,
no that- Information °* n *•* B»ven to the public
regarding the condition of the different dairies.
I would also suggent that the report be given
monthly at each meeting of the .Board of
Health so that the press may give publicity
to this and. further. I suggest that the reports
of the sanitation and conluc: of dairies be pub
lished In our Monthly Bulletin.
I am sure that the Insuguratlon of such a
movement would result In wholesome good. At
the next meeting of the board I will furnish a
system of rules to be adopted by your board
and which will form ' a 'groundwork of a pro
posed ordinance to be «ubmltted to the 'Board of
There are consumed by the public In our city
some 80,000 gallons of milk per day, only one
third of which, say about 20.000 or 30,000 gal
lons, comes from dairies within our county^ so
that we face the problem of dealing with the
milk supply outside our city and county. My
Information about dairies In the adjacent coun
ties leads me to believe that similar condi
tions as I have described above exist In these
dairies also, with but few exceptions.. To bring
these outside dairies with our own dairies un
der the surveillance of the Health Department
I would euggest an Increase In the corps of
milk inspectors, so that we can have an accu
rate history of the condition and conduct of all
dairies supplying milk to the public of our city.
I suggest that this can be conducted without
the cost of a Bingle dollar to the public of San
Francisco by Imposing a email tax upon each
gallon of milk sold In the city.
TO GIVE PUBLICITY.
There Is not within the city and county of
San Franclscd a single dairy conducted on sani
tary or hygienic principles. The gospel of
cleanliness has not been preached, ncr are Its
precepts practiced in any dairy; but the reign
of filth flourishes throughout our dairy system.
The dairy barns are as a rule dilapidated
shacks, Illy constructed and totally Inadequate
to carry out the simple principles of cleanness.
The floors are filthy, covered with the lncrusted
accumulations of months and even years. The
walls and Joi6ts which constitute the celling
are begrimed and covered .with layers of dirt,
NO SANITARY DAIRIES..
I regret to srlve publicity to the report that
the dairies are In' a very unsanitary condition,
and drastic measures should be employed by
the board to remedy the existing evil. Pub
licity Is riecesfmry to brlngr the dairymen to a
proper realization of their duties to the public
and to place before the public the facts con
nected with the dairy industry In the city and
county. This report Is not In the nature of a
oensaticn. Is not distorted or unduly colored,
but ie the result of an earnest, unbiased and
careful examination of the different dairies.
Health Officer Ragan yesterday
formally filed his report relative to his
inspection of dairies, which he found
in an unsanitary condition, with the
Board of Health. So bad are the
conditions as reported by Dr. Ra
gan and Drs. Harvey and Hughes,
members of the board, were appointed
a committee to inaugurate a crusade
against such dairies and to take steps
as they may deem necessary to compel
them to be placed in sanitary condition.
Dr. Ward, president of the board,
declared that the only way to force
owners of dairies to keep them clean
was to publish their names broadcast
when they did not fulfill sanitary re
quirements, as a warning to the public
whom it is desired to protect. Dr.
Ragan's report follows:
Gossip was rife around the City Hall
yesterday relative to the probable
successor to Commissioner of Public
Works Woodward, who will resign his
office to-day to assume that of City
Engineer, to which he has already
It was stated by the wise ones that
Frank Maestretti, at present Fir«
Commissioner, will be promoted to the
position of Works Commissioner.
When Mayor Schmitz was asked about
the rumor he was non-committal and
said that he had not taken up the
matter and would not make the ap
pointment until next Monday. His
Honor further stated that neither
Maestretti nor any one else had been
considered for appointment.
. The rumor, however, would not
down, notwithstanding the Mayor's
declaration. The wise ones went so
far as to predict that John Daughney
would take Maestretti's place when
the latter is promoted. They base
their conclusions on the fact that up
to the last monent Daughney was to
have gone on the Fire Commission last
Daughney, however, had to give way
to Boyne, but refused to accept a
place on the Election Commission in
stead. Daughney was promised at the
time that he would be taken care of
an 'I if Maestretti is put on the Biard
of Works the promise will in all like
lihood be kept and the Mayor's polit
ical obligation to him may thus be
Another man who stands a koo.1
chance of appointment as Works
Commissioner should Maestretti not
secure the plum is Jeremiah Dlne«»n,
a retired contractor and a warm per
sonal friend of the Mayor.
Eeuben Lloyd Pleads Elo
quently for Liberal Ap
propriations for Parks
J. Dineen Is"Also Mentioned
for the Place and J. Daugh
ney 31ay Get Appointment
Investigations Will Be Ex
, tended to Outside Coun
ties by Condemning Fluid
COMMITTEE WILL ACT
Eumor Says Maestretti Is
to Be Transferred to the
Board of Public Works
Health Boar4 Inaugurates
Crusade Against Bad Con
ditions Noted by Eagan
HEWITT TELLS LITTLE
Financial Committee Still
as to Department Needs
OF CITY CHIEFS
MAY BE NAMED
UNDER THE BAN
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL/ FRIDAY; MAY" 20, 1004.
NOT SELL SAND
A FINE_NUT SET
Premium to Classified Advertis-
ers in Sunday Edition.
THE SUNDAY CALL
Has 85,000 Circulation, Princi-
pally in the Homes.
} A quantity and quality of cir-
culation that assures substan-
Bring your Sunday Want Ad
to-day und receive Nut Set
A T /I A T A Tl Belaaco A Mayer.
_____ General Manager.
THIS WEEK— MATS. THURS. AND SAT.
"Capital for matinee clrls." — Chronicle.
1 COLINETTE |
Delightful Comedy of Romance.
Evg-., 25c to T5c; Mats. Thur. & Sat., 23c to 50o
Next Monday— Sydney Rosenfeld*s Whirl-
wind Comedy of Matrimonial Mishaps.
A POSSIBLE CASE
In Preparation— "LOVERS' LAXE."
Market st. near Eighth: phone South 333.
Tp-NIGHT— LAST THREE XIOHT8.
MATINEES TO-MORROW AND SUNDAY.
First time in Saa Francisco of the Tremend-
ously successful maritime comedy drama
Realistic and Emotional! Refined and Beauti-
ful! Magntncent Scenery!
Startllns Mechanical and Electrical Effects!
PBICFS Eve »»n«» .....10c to 50c
1A1VLJ Matinees 10c. 15c 25c
Next— A GREAT TEMPTATION.
Matsuda's Royal Japanese Troupe,
Moving- Pictures of the Or eat Train
Bobbery and a Or eat Snow Every
Afternoon and Evening- In the Theater.
f TAKE A RIDE ON THE
MINIATUKE ELECTRIC SAXXAOAD
Esrieralda and Her BABY MONKEY In th*
INSPECT CABINET DE LA MORT.
CIKCTTZtATX: OXT THE TXKSIS Wg£I!L
Admission. 10c; Children. 5c.
yarn, cabjunotozt presents
MME. ADRIENNt ST. CLAIR
(Mrs. Cora Hall.)
Assisted by Mr. EMLYN LEWYS. "Pianist.
THIS EVENING at 8:13.
Reserved Seats at Sherman. Clay & Co.'*
AT RECREATION PARK.
Eighth and Harrison Streets.
Oakland vs. Los Angeles
TO-DAY. 3:30 P. M.
SATURDAY. 3 P. M.
SUNDAY. 2:20 P. M. '
LADIES FREE TO-DAY.
Advance Sale of Seats at 3 Stockton Street.
18 A GREAT KE3TOKATIVE. INV1UGKA.
«:or and Nervine.
The most wonderful aphrodisiac and Spevlai
Tonic for the Sexual Organs, (or both »«xe« .
The Mexican Kem»-«y for Diseases of tba
Kidneys and Bladder. Sells on ita o-.vrj merit*.
NABER. ALFS 4 BRUNE. Asenti.
323 Market si. S. F. — (Send for Circulars.)
i FOR THE
#% ¦ ¦ ¦ C& Outfits. Gun*. Ammunl-
B ShKHSiP*' <:°<--<i»- Ter.ts and Cur.i to
h a £3 la a R< " nt catalog frek.
Unifll I%*£ZZ?Z ARBZRCO "
821 Kearny st^ 3. T. .
£9 LAST TWO NIGHTS. Ci^^
TEE FUNKIEST SHOW IS g|
TOWN I t|
OUR NEW MINISTER I
WITH ERNEST HASTINGS AND l|
THE FAMOUS ALL-STAR CAST- H
NEXT SUNDAY— Opening annual I
summer stock season new Nelll-Mo- I*
rnaco Company in "When We Were I
Twenty-One." Seats now sellinc. m
POSITIVELY THE GREATEST I
8TOCK COMPANY IN EXISTENCE ¦
LAST TWO NIGHTS.
NEXT SUNDAY r* f-» f^v f\ w-w A
POPULAR PRICES— 15c, 25c. 50c, 75c.
j ' ' ' '
vULUKvljBl A iwu9 mm
TO-NIGHT, also Mon.. May 23; Thurs., May
26. and Mat Sat., May 2S — - " ¦•¦
Mat Sat., May 21. and Wed. night. May 25—
BEAU URUMMEL. Sat. night. May 21; Tues..
May 24. and for the farewell night. Sat., May
2S— IVAN* THE TERRIBLE. Fri.. May 27—
DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE.
£2^' MAUDE ADAMS.
Second Week — Enormous Saccess
Of the Sparkling Musical Comedy
| I Pretty Music
A Deliphjtful Singers
Clever I GIRL
HANDSOME GIRL CHORUS.
BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND COSTUMES.
USUAL TIVOLI PRICES— 25c, 5Oc. 75c.
Marcel's Living Art Studies;
Charles D eland and Company and Hume,
Bon and lewii. !>&•* Xlmaa of Tan?
Ja Kim and Cni Snk* Oka; Mldtfay
and Carlisle; Clara Ballerlnl; Oeorge
H. Wood; Ballerlni'a Dogr« and
England's Greatest Pxima Donna Soprano
Regular Matinee Every Wednesday. Thurs-
day, Saturday and Sunday. Prices, 10c. 25c
and BOc. " " ; •¦ "
DDTTCUTC FOR BARBERS. fl A -
D it U Oil HO ker "' bootblack*. MtV
1/11UU11UU houses, billiard t*bJe«.
brewers, bookbinders, candy makers. ca.nn»-»
dyers, flour mills, foundries, laundries, paper-
hangers, printers. p*lnt«rs. shoe facto-!,;*,
(tablemen, tar-roofers, tanners, tailors. «tc
Bmsn Manufacturers. 609 Sacramento St.
Notary Public and Attorney-at-l,aw.
Tenth Floor. Room 1Q1&. _u u s ciorecfcdi* tildz
Telephone Main 8&X
Residence, 1802 McAUtsta: st.
Residence Telepbons Fa»« Mil.
IffTWTfcCiiTTTifciwi tiF'jrii i in'* 1 mil n ~ ¦ ¦ .-'-*¦ *
JJeen buying six-dollar shoes at the
retail price? ; ;
an Wish you'd step into
Hi *k e nearest Regal store
WjlL and see six-dollar shoes sold at the
All styles, all leathers, one price
JH^RwSft You wont be asked to believe any-
¦ji^Wl thing vou can ' t see - The "Window of
llllillliiiif e Sole" makes it possible for you to
iHllSfiSi 1 " see on t^ ie n^ she<^ shoes an unfinished
v\^^|H part of the honest, everlasting Live
j|j||Jyt|i Oak leather used in Regal soles, — and
e snoes dissected by the Regal Buzz-
J^SJ^Bi&k, Saw show you the true inwardness of
Regal leather and workmanship from
fHrnnR^W Regal style wont need dissection —
™FjH||BBf We've proved the Regal to about
c||r|gyW a million regular customers now — or
Wh rather the Regal has proved itself—
«8^W and they keep our seventy-two stores
busy. There are a great many shrewd
people in any million, — and if the
Regal had failed to prove itself a "six-dollar shoe at the
wholesale price" we'd be subtracting fifteen stores from
the Regal chain instead of adding fifteen new ones as
we have done.
Send for Style Book. Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
There are 72 Regal Stores, 25 of them In Greater New York, where the styles
originate. The new styles are on sale at our San Francisco Store at the same
time as in the New York Stores.
SAN FRANCISCO MEN'S STORE..Cor. Geary & Stockton Sts.
WOMEN'S STORE '. Cor. Geary & Stockton Sts.
Most folk who-eat
" FORCE " think it tastes
the best of all breakfast
foods. They say, "It goes
right to the spot."
That's because Nature
is on the spot. She knows
at the first taste what she
can make the best blood,
and bone, and brain out of.
Nature says, "Give me
Positively cured with Dr. Ha!-
pruner's Wonderful Medicine,
or your money returned. Price,
60c. and $1.00 per bottle. For
sale by all dealers and at office
of Halpruner Medical Mfg. Co.,
28 California St., S. F., sent by-
mail or express. People cured
free of charge from 1 to 4 p. m.
HOTELS AND RESORTS.
REMODELED AND REBUILT at expena* of
I2C0.00O— N«w Management — ENTIRELY FIRE-
LOCATION— Very accessible to street car
lines, theaters, etc. EUROPEAN PLAN.
223 ROOMS with LUXURIOUS BATHS—
Several private rooms In antique decorations.
Turkish -Baths -In Hotel. . • ¦
UNSURPASSED RESTAURANT. De 8tel-
Ber. Chef, formerly of Waldorf-Astoria and
Chef to Prlnce.of Wales.
HOTEL ORCHESTRA: Telephone Connee-
tiens in every room; long distance connections
made with any part of the Coast.
Wire for reservations, at our expense.-
HOTEL BUTLER. Seattle. Wash.
PfllarA DON'T FAIL TO
raiawg see & t beatttiful
j COURT ' Lounging
311(1 room, the EMPIRE
uuu Parlor, the
C~~~A PALM ROOM, the
urand louis xvpar.
UIUIIU LOR, and the LA-
r'Hki-Al^ DIES' WRITING
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¦ Young women may avoid much sick- .1
ness and pain, says Miss Alma Pratt, if
they will only have faith in the use of
Lydia K Pinkham's Vegetable Compound*
' "Deab Mrs. PrxKHAM : — I feel it my duty to tell all young women
how much Lydia E. Pinkhani'a wonderful Vegetable Compound has
done for me. I was completely run down, unable to attend school, and
iiid not care for any kind of society, but now I feel like a new person,
and have gained seven pounds of flesh in three months.
" I recommend it to all young women who suffer from female Wftak-
Dess."-— Miss Alsia Pbatt, Holly, Mich.
FREE 3IEDICAI, ADVICE TO YOUNG GIRLS/
All younjr jrirls at this period of life are earnestly invited to
Trrite Mrs. Pinkham for advice; she has guided in a motherly way-
hundreds of young women; her advice is freely and cheerfully
(given, and her address is Lynn, Mass.
Judging 1 from the letters she is receiving from so many young 1 girls Mrs.
Pinkham believes that our girls are often pushed altogether too near the
limit of their endurance nowadays in our public schools and seminaries.
. . Nothing is allowed to interfere "with studies, the girl must be pushed to
the front and graduated with honor ; often physical collapse follows, and ;Lt
takes years to recover the lost vitality, — often it is never recovered.
A Young Chicago Girl Saved from Despair.
"Deab Mrs. Pinkiiam: — I wish to thank you for the help and ben-
efit I have received through the use of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege-
table Compound and Liver Pills. When I was about seventeen
• vears °*d I suddenly seemed to lose my usual good
' 'vZ^Z&g^g^*^^ health and vitality. Father said I studied too
hard, but the doctor thought different and
fflra£sfg|§^§i§ggB£^ prescribed tonics, which I took by the
• Quart without relief Reading one day in
THf^^^^^^^^^y^raftC^ the paper of Mrs. Pinkham's great cures,
\^^^W j&k and finding the symptoms described an-
. ) S* swered mine, I decided I would give Lydia
/ llf^&ssirazTH E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound a
¦ V^ triaL I did not say a word to the doctor;
4 fcA? 7 * .•''flalsiiSr bought it myself, and took it according
H&SL Xrf-^^Ms&^i to directions "regularly for two months,
!BliS8W^5i??»@i^r and * * oun(1 that I gradually improved,
V »v>v^ ri*. an< * l^ afc a^ P 11 " 13 * e * L me ' anc * I, was m y
ifM\V^ ly fjr old self once more. — Lili.ie E. Sinclair,
* f 17 K 22d St*, Chicago I1L"
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the one sure rem-
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life ; with it she can go through with courage and safety the work
she must accomplish, and fortify her physical well being so that
her future life may be insured against sickness and suffering.
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