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MOTHER BELIEVES IN PE-RU-NA,
iFATHER AND CHILD.
Mrs. K. Kane, of
Pe-ru-na in her
family of five
Pe-ru-na In the Home.
Afti-rall, experience iMhc best teacher.
Homo doctors may wrllo in favor of l'c
runti. Oilier doctor may wrllo agalnt
ml ful 1 1 cm who aro rearing families,
nio loxe their children, who mint
rconomlzu as to doctor bill, who are
ratting little boys and girl Into men and
women of tho future, It Is tho testimony
of such people that really count.
There l no way to positively nitccrtnln
how many families In the United .Stale
rely upon Pcruna for tho many climatic
ntlmcnt to which the family l Kiiliject.
Tho number mut boa great one. Several
millions perhaps. They have learned
how to use l'eruna for ordinary ail
ments, an.l In that way aro girirdlns
their homes against more scrlouj ill.-t-vascs.
Such ailments n cough and cold",
ore throat and catarrh, croup and colic,
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Catarrh of Stomach.
A Health pmily
Kept the Children Well.
Catarrhal Croup. j
Few people re.illro how frequently
croup I. iMitned by catarrhal conceit Ion , It
of thetltroit. Probably nl lie can j out of In
ten of croup are of the eatarrhal variety.
Tho medical profusion rccognlps
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Iii ll,.tu .h I I .. .1. I null-lui ill in vrmili. i nu niiili-liii'iilu I -
H ,ZZ, n ii . .' ' , ' 'ety. menibranoiH croup and catarrhal
,nml nerrotinr,nll thee ailment re ' '
i promptly relieved by a few doses oj N(,,rIr c,rrj. ,,,, , of tll0 rRlarriai
truna at the right time. vntet. , mid n few dime of l'eruna taken
Million" of provident mother and nl tho llrxt eppcuram-c of Mm catarrhal
fathers aruKiiardlns tho Inleri-'ts of the1 rvmptouiii nro rencrally minieient to
homo by ikIiik Dr. Ilartman's preal atrt the all irk of croup altogether.
remedy, and profiting bv hi. medical , Croup U a frightful i1Ijm-h'. No dl-
booklets and personal advice. Icaseofcliilc'rcii-oulnrnia iIioIiuukvIiuIiI.
Mrs. K. Kane. 1 96 Scbor St.. Flat 1 . Chicago, Illinois, U. S. A., writes;
"Pcruna has been used so long in our family that I do not know
how I could tret alone without it.
"I havo given It to all of my fivo children at different times when
they suffered with croup, colds and tho many ailments that children
arc subicct to. and am nlcascd to sav that it has kcut them in splen
"I havo also used it for a catarrhal difficulty of long standing,
and it cured me in a short time, so I havo every reason to praise
Is iitijHiMdhU to estimate how ninny
ionics have been protected against croup
by tho proper uo of l'eruna.
Household Remedies. -
Thero Is no remedy In tho world
which has proven so popular for catarrh
as l'eruna. It hn b-en used for moro
than thirty ; ears and relieved thousands
of caes, as proven by our testimonials.
In tho early history of this country
every family bad lis hoinc-made modi
elm s. Ilerb teas, bitters, laxatives and
tool, s wr to l found In nlmost every
house, compounded by tho housewife.,
sometimes assisted by tho apothecary or
tho family doctor.
Furnishing medleal compounds direct
to tho people, through the druggists, Is
simply the extension of tho practlco bo
gun by tho people theinsehes.
Nervous System a Wreck.
John CI. Hirdler, (iarfleld, Kansas,
U.S. A., writes : "On Drcomtwr 2, lf, I
was Injured bya folloii the Santa IV H.
It., ami my entire nervous system was
Impaired by tho i-amc. The help of a
phjslelanwas useless, I liellee I tried
every olio In tl'i'o vicinity, but all wero
Mr. John M. Stansbcrry. Amarillo, Texas, U. S. A writes:
"For several years I had catarrh of tho stomach. I was hardly
ablo to do anything, and could not cat with any satisfaction.
"When I commenced using Pcruna, I weighed only 110 pounds.
I took six bottles, commencing in tho spring, and by the following
winter I had gained 63 pounds.
"I owo it all to Peruna. It cannot bo praised too highly.
"I am forty-fivo years old, and my occupation is that of architoct
alike and I remained without strength.
"I then tried l'eruna, and after using
It for threo months was totally well.
lam soven ty-on j ears old, and my work
on the railroad Is hard and tedious, but
I can work llkp a young man In all kinds
of weather, heat, cold, rain, snow or
"Peruna Is tho purest and best mcdl-
clno, and If used according to directions,
it will help any person and euro any ills
eaao for which It Is recommended. I rec
ommend this medicine by my own ex-
perleneo to any one suffering from an
ailment on the order of mine."
For Herself and Children.
Mrs, Alloc Del'asso, 770 '.. HVitli HI.,
New York, N. Y V. K. A., writes!
"It gives mn pleasure lo testify to the
"I was allllcted for over seven jears
with catarrh of the head, throat and
digestive organs. I consulted many
physicians, but they did mo no good.
"Ono day I happened to read some tes
timonials In your l'eruna almanac. I
decided to try l'eruna and Manalln. I
bought a bottloof each and after taking
them for a week, I noticed achango for
thn better. Ho I kept It up and after us
ing twelve bottles I was perfectly cured.
"I also gave tho mediclno to my child
ren and they hadlhe samo beneficial re
sult. I would never bo without thtia
remedies iu the house,
"I highly recommend Feruna and
Manalln to all my friends, and, In fact,
Thousands of families have learned to
trust and hollovoln Dr. Ilnrlman's Judg
ment, aud to rely on his remedy, l'eruna
The following wholesale druggist will supply the retail trade: benson, smith & co.,
Great Bargain Week at
DOLLARS WORK OVERTIME when they nrc in this stote
and customers cct the benefit. Come in nml see what one of them
Just One Dollar will buy.
FRENCH KID GLOVES:
Elbow lengths, black,
White, nml Tan, orip;i
nallv $5 and 4; ThiH
Rainy weather is ap
proaching, and with it
the ncr-d of a lont:
coat; wc have them
froih $9 up
High grade, for boys, 2 1-2
years to 10 years, 60 cents
Gcnuino bargains; all
colors $2.75 to $5.00
Ponumdour Hair Rolls, Rib
bon Combs, Colored Crochet
Opposite Catholic Church
BY F R A ELBERTUS
The world bestows its big
prizes, both in money and
honors, for but one thing.
And that is INITIATIVE.
What is an INITIATIVE! I'll
tell you. It is doing the right
thing without being told. But
next to doing the thing with
out being told is to do it when
you are old once. That is to
say, carry the Message to Gar
cia: those who can carry a
message get high honors, but
their pay is not always in
proportion. Next, there ate
those who never do a thing
until they are told twice:
such get no honors and small
pay. Next, there are those
who do the right thing only
when necessity kicks them
from behind, and these get in
diffeicnce instead of honots,
and a pittance for pay. This
kind spends most of its time polishing a bench with a hard-luck story.
Then, still lower down in the scale than this, wc Tiave the fellow who
will not do the right thing even when some one goes along to show
him how and stays to see that he docs it: unless he has a rich Pa, in
which case Destiny patiently awaits nround the corner with a stuffed
club, To which class do you belong?
Copyright, 1008 by Whorl llubhiiid.
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-UT 'S Ji" it I I JKCJ'ri( THak I
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tsWwrL a rajassaak
ii (1 iHtlnct calamity, not only to tho
Intlnialo friends, but to nil Hono
lulu, to lino tho lltimphria depart,
for they huvo been prominent In nil
local cliniitics, and given gcnerminly
of their tnlcnU for the publlc-at-lurgc.
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1 HELP MAKE BABY GROW I
bookkeeping and cilllcu force of tho
California mid Hawaiian re II n cry.
I'rtifcwtir nml Mth. Will Castln niu
expected I" nrrhii next week Monday
In tho Aula. I'rofcsiior Casllo la hav
ing a brilliant career at l!arwud, and
Honolulu can well ho proud of him
Mrs.. O. II. Wntei house was tho hojt
ctiH of u delightful ten on Wednesday
at wldcl!" woro many of tho older ion
KA1LR0AD PUNS TO
Owing to tho incrcauo in Us freight
IiiibIucssi, especially from the pineap
ple fauna at I'upuUea, tho O. H. &
I,. Co. Ih planning to extend Ita
fi eight Bcrvlcc, beginning ubotit De
At picscnt ono freight train la run
from Honolulu to Walalua and re
turn, dally, and ono freight train
Mlu U.-.I..I 1ImI.., !,., ., l.rrii i.n.l '"' """' ' """ '"" " -
..i!i...... I..., , .-.. ii. nrui'tttrii, dally. Thin hilicilulo will bo
VIUIIVMtlll! tlllllllin VHt 'l IJ 1II1J IIIPI
of noxt month. In Washington, 1). C
,111. lllu lllll'OL 111,,1-in Villi I'U iill- i
rhnxed at tho Hawaiian Ncwb and
many striking Christmas uovcltlcn.
Give it something that will aid its digestion and
make i fat and dimply. Mother's milk will not al
ways answer, out anyone of the following will jut
new life into a peaked -faced child: .
MALTED MILK, MELLEN'S FOOD, '
ASKAY'S FOOD and
WYETH'S PPEPARED FOOD FOR INFANTS.
Benson, Staifh & Co.,
PHONE 207 B
Mm. Ihneat Wnteihousu was boat.
ess of ii n tlnlinrnto blillnbij illnner hi
honor or tlm doc tor's 'nut.il daj, on
Moiuluy night. Thu decorations worn
yellow popples mid It was t.li Icily a
Without u ilouht tho hall given i)t
thn Moanu Hotel by Iho members nt
the i:iKa l.ndgu ThankagUIng ovo
was ono of tho brilliant Hiclal affairs
of thu season. Honolulu society was
icpicscnted en masse, and many In
deed weie, tho beautiful gowns nml
dreibes uoin h the ladles picsent
I The i:ilH, io a 1 enlcitutuers alwins,
weto lit their beat lit this, the hig
hest affair attempted by them thU
icnr At 11 o'clock, including to
loiig-eMahllshcd custom, tho lights
weie tinned out, and tho famous
(o.ist "Tn Our Absent lliotheis" was
ill ii ii I, The h.ill-iooui of tho Moana
was n hhuo of light, and fiom 1)
n'cloik la tho owmlng until long lift-
ei tho witching hour of midnight,
tho guei-U o( the Host 1'coplc On
Hal III dipped the light faiitaullc lo
the strains of fascinating music, Tho
affair was a splendid siucess,
Hon .las. K, .Morgan Is at Hotel
Stewing San I'rnnflsco. Ho plans to
I etui ti to tho Islands hcfoio Chllst
iiius He Is undergoing special trcst
ment nml U cry much lmpiocd In
Muih to tho tegiet of all thin
fi lends Doctor and Mis, 1'. II. Hum
pit Ms have decided to sail Tin l'.ng-
land la the Oilcnt on Dec, r,th. It
was hoped that thoy would defor
thi'li.gnlne until tho Siilng, but It Is
ncicss.ii) for tho Doctor to be In
Loudon on n curtain date, as lie Is
taking iiwr the piaitlso of a well
known pljislclnu In Ma) fall. It Is
J,. K, rinklrlim Is doing Importnnt
stnltstlcal work far the California
and Hawaiian refinery, and incident
ally doing good service for tho Isl
ands every tlmo na oppoituntty oftois.
1'iesldont Moigau Is especially posi
tive In his comment on tho Invnlu-
nhle aid Mr. Pliikhnm lent'tbo lla-
wnllaii delegation during tho Tians
Mlbslsslppl Cougiess. He was practi
cally tho working arm and shaped
much of tho most Important nets nt
tho Congress by his ablo and nggrcB- uwa
changed so Dial otic freight train
dally will run through fiom Hono
lulu to Knhukti, letting hero early
In tho morning. A freight lialn will
also leave Kahuku every morning
early, for Honolulu. Two freight
lialns dally will ho inn to Kwn Mill
mid return. The llrHt will leavo ear
ly eciy morning and tho second
At present tho passenger trnln
takes tho freight from Walalua to
Kahuku, but business has Increased
nil along tho line and tho through
fi eight business will bn (lone by tho
freight train scrvico cutlioly. At
picsent it Is neccssaty to send out
extra engines, occasionally, to help
out heavily loaded freight trains.
This necessitates breaking tho trains
Into two sections, and occasions de
lays. A change, will also bo mado In tho
passenger train servicq from Wnlil-
tliiluu leaving thero flvo mill-
"There seems to be a purpose to
concentrate our Japanese friends in
communities where, at some time or
other, it is thought that they may
possibly be of use to their country."
This remark was mado by Superin
tendent of Public Works Mnrston
Campbell In nil nddtcss before tho
Central Improvement Association last
night, nt n meeting called lo consider
n method of affording relief lo (ho
residents of Maklkl who nrc threat
ened witfi an invasion of Japancsu
J. h. McLean, on behalf of tho Ka-
rnliitmnnu Club, told of what has al
ready been dono by the organization
In icgard to tho Jnpaneso camp mat
ter, and called intention to tho nc
cerslly for taking action at once.
"Since he decision of Judge Au
uVailc In the Mitrnunkii cake, an ap
plication has been filed for a permit
to erect n camp Just outside of tho
prohibited district. As wo have In
formation that other camps arc pro
jected, wo havo concluded Hint all of
the Improvement clubs In tho city
should be asked to cooperate lit put
Hug n stop to the activity nlong this
"The Japanese seem determined
to put up as many vamps ns possible
and, unless wo lake soma radical ac
tion, ninny of the most desirable res
idence sections of thu city will prac
tically ho ruined."
Mnrston Campbell w-ns tho next
man to speak on the subject. Said
"When thn Japanese camp matter
In Mnklkl first enmo up, I retire;.!
to sign the permit. I was Informed
by tho Attorney Oeneral's nfllco that
I had no discretion in tho matter,
however. I then refused to grant tho
permit on the ground that tho plans
nnd specifications wero Incomplete. A
complete set of plans was furnished
und I had to Issue tho permit.
"Tho application for n second ramp
in the neighborhood I huvo refusod
to sign, pending the decision of tho
higher court lcgurdlng tlio validity
of tho ordinnncc.
"That wc aro facing this crisis Is
duo simply to a lack of civic prido.
Pcoplo owning unimproved land will
deliberately sacrifice their neighbors
for tho s.fke of a fow dollars.
"There seems to be a purpose to
concentrate our Japanese friends in
communities where, at some time or
other, it is thought that they may
possibly be of use to their country.
"There Is ono way In which I bc
llcvo that this problem can bo solv
ed. That Is by passing an ordlnnnco
limiting tho number of people that
may occupy any room of a given size.
In theso camps four nnd flvo pcoplo
aro crowded Into small rooms. It an
ordinnncc, putting n stop to that
practice, were passed, I hello e that
tho camps would soon become so 'lit
profltnblo that they would ccaso to
"Just such an ordlnnnco did moro
than nil thing else to assist tho po
lice in cleaning up San Francisco'
Chlnutown, and I liclieva that It
would be equally effectivo here."
T. F. Lansing of the Kaahumanu
Club said: "Wo uro much worked
up over this matter, as tho cancer
seems to bo growing. We hope thnt
other Improvement clubs will side
with us and help us (o put au end to
Hev. Doremus Scudder talked fit
length against making any discrimi
nation against tho Japanese. Ho
told scleral Instances of. forwaid
steps mado by tho pcoplo dining 111 I
csldenco in Japan, and urged thnt
n campaign of education bo under
taken, rather than any legislation
calculated to Urlvo thcrn out of dis
tricts. It was finally docldcd to adjourn
until noxt Thursday evening nt 7:30
o'clock. Tho secretary of tho Cen
tral Improvement Commltteo will bo
Instructed to send communications to
nil of the Improvement clubs In tho
city, asking them to bo reprcsciitoi
slo work in conimltteo. Mr, Pink- utcs cailler than nt prcsout. When
ham by no means considers himself tho now bcliedulo goes into offoct
permanently cut off fiom tho Islands
mid Is llkolj to iclurn when his pres
ent work is completed. lie Is stop
ping nt tho Hotel Stewart.
Larry Deo greets his many Hono
lulu fi lends nt the Hotel Stewart,
wheic ho Is tending bar. Ho Is III
trains will lcne Wuhlnwa at 7:48
a. in. and i:i'. p. m.
Week Ending Nov. 28, 1S08.
O. 11. & L. Co , tenement, King St ;
Ah Hpy. , '
Mitt, Harbor Shop, King St.; M. 'iu-
excellent health and sulilts nnd, us pakn
he puts It, In dong ns well; as any John Mendos, cottngo, Kuaklnl St.:
man who woiks for a living could K9k,'' .,,.
.. , Club Stables, stables nnd cottage,
Mt l Kitkui St.: n. n. nath,
Ilatold (llffard, cottage, Keeanmoku
Tom l.liij il has n good position gli; rjt n. Hath,
with a louieiu handling clocttlcnlj Iloanl ol Health, ISoys' Homo, Ka
supplies. Ho lias dono woll in San Mill; K. It Until.
Kianclbco and sneaks of being -settled I h. II. 1 WolteiB, cottngo, Kalim;
Ccoige McLeod is located nt Cioc-
kclt, whci ii he Is In charge of tho pi.; Won &. Loul Co,
i:. C. Peteis, cottage, Wjlllo St : K.
81. Kllrnliotli House, school, King
SEEKS SUNKEN BUOY
Whllo nt Ilonokaa, Hawaii, tir Inter-Island
steamer Nocait mado mi of
lort to recover a sunken buoy In tlii
harbor. For sovoral hours thu ihlp
crulhod about in tho nclghbo l.oo I i.f
tho plnca whom tho buoy dlsappojicd.
but no trace of tho missing bta-kimle-post
could bo discovered so tho jib
was given up as hopeless. The Woeait
urrlu-d this morning .with tvo deck
passengers and a quantity of miscel
Week Ending Nov. 28, 1908,
M. Ohta, cottage, Hotol street.
Sun Leo Tal Co., chango In bilck
building, King street,
W. Hornl, dwelling, Lllllia St., near
Shlmonivva, cottngo, Claik Lano ami
M. K. Goto, cottage, Klnau stieet.
Catholic Church, Convent of tho
Sacred Heait, Kainiukl,
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