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Tl r.M).V. 1T4UIVARY P. I0!. FEEL REACTION OF THE IATE C Business Is Dull Because Tri ces Have Been Boosted Too High Since Oc tober. 1907 pat. . tin . . :, cm : .-. .i! . . iii.ii .. l,u .1 atllt'l ' .lll'l 11 .IIHUI -llt'IM' del VofK. Fib. V. It is wry ap iii.it we are feeling the rt:ie . IT- ct of the panic inor limn lit any tune since it Jc Th' re is more hesitation In rum ha been fxiii riencil in iiieiiilis. l!y geneial consent tli :., blame. 1 fur this Mate of . yt. while an eli nv lit of ilelay i ;. rMinty, it cannm be bebi re- for many of the signs of --ion which are daily coming un- v.iiion. Jr.m itiel stci 1 prod u Is ..re not drooping necause oi .e imn. i ill me change oi the tarill, c-I'e- . 1 n.. thine It ii i t f it 1 it eXIieeti J in thai direction. Iron ami M' m ii , s ure K dining simply lie.au lack oi il jnanil. liailroari are pun h.i-crs, notwithstanding the Willi which they can raise money .uir finish. ii steel plants are running to about only ti 0 Dt r cent of their ca lm; itv. l'.uvers have been distrust! u because .-let 1 prices were hehl up In lace of depression after the .panic. in.l 1,1. v reman tll.muMIUl necau.-e ury will of course bo used as nn argu ment against tarill revision, notwith standing the fact that when business revives revenues will increase gnu ould in many Instances be actually uiKinetite,! by a judicious lowering of mine ol tile scncnuies. tloiil export were renewed, further diipments having gone t. Argentine on London account, and more Is likely to follow. London la now finding less difficulty in obtaining gold and t orrespondingly relieved, bo that better tone is reported In that mar ket as well as a better Investment de mand. Investors here are in an cx- cediiigly conservative mood. Their demand have been .itisil. d f"f tne time being, and hanging ciicie in -not Inclined to subscribe M further bond issues until those now in the mark, t are better distributed. ' goodly portion or the new Issues have been "used for the taking care of ma turing obligations, but the excessive new otTerlngs Mnce January i nn- rting a ni'ir.' or le-s depressing ef fect. Speculation is conllii'il witnm narrow limits. Kvery sharp de -line is followed by more or less buin ..r.e.r mi fiei isionnl li.ioj rallies. to WILL SCIENCE, RACING WITH DEATH, CONQUER DREAD CANCER? Tlirilllnir llnml-lo-llaiiil right to Nine Ilie Lire of Dr. William T. Hull. World's TorcnuM Cancer i:pcrl.i Who lllniHcir Wiw Stricken Willi! Deadly IHwiiht Will New Antl T!lii Win nt the S"iuli's Isle of lli".' Savannah. ",a.. Keb. !. lioh.iH science racing with death! Is It posnlhle that the greatest can cer experts of the age are to find nn antitoxin that, lit the lat mom-'nt. will save from the terrible disease th'lr fellow expert. Dr. Wm. T. Hull? The world can only wait and look on at the noblest, most thrilling l I hand-to-hand light with death tli.it bni' science has ever waged. hopes In the minis of hundreds of cancer sufferers." exclaimed one of 1 them. I "Hut will It cure? Is there any I hope?' one of them was tiskeil. "We cannot hope. We can only fight our hardest." he replied. Honors nnd trlliutm poured int the sick room from the outside world. It was even reported that the great Calve went to .his hi dsl l" to sing, and Unit whin the nine big. happy, Jolly, hopeful oaiiT fichter akcl Tor ragtime, the iicuut'ful singer, with tears In her eyes, sang "The Dlt. WM. T. BULL, 1 of small ea.se and the general tendency appears towards a still lower range of values. There in no M rial source of weak ness except a general sense mat prices have' been too high, and that n mou- eiate recession wouiii ij. noio iiixiui.i. and beneiicial. Money rates are some what firmer owing to the pen. nut, Withdrawal of government deposits. to gold exports, to the withdrawals for trust company reserves and to an expected large l anaoui THE SYMPHONY CLUB Did jorcd an rile following from I'.aton House. La : The Schubert company, n mag nificent musical organization, ap peared at the Ixiulslana State univer- they know that prices depend more I sity pavilion Wednesday evening, be- upon urMH-iai regulation man m. the open play of competition .which is hI-auv a safer test of real value than the arbitrary decision of great ,.mhiii:.iinn. Cotuir. too, is wean for similar reasons. Tariff has noth im t.i .to with this commodity, dui uri. ch have been SO lortg governed by artitkial conditions that buyers have for a packed house unciuallfied triumph." This is one of hundreds or similar testimonials of the work or the Scliu t. rt Symphony club. Their program one that will appeal to all, out u ml young. Seats will lie reserved ai Matson's. beginning Wednesday morn inc. February 1". nt X o'clock a. in. s. i., nr a not tako hold I v. iioil.tr tiriees will prevail. 35c, 50c ium ryiiii'i';" ""u " - .,.i nt lower Drlccs. In this tney and lie. Hoi seats i. are encouraged by large supplies, by the falling oft In new building enier- Tlio Seet of Long iAte. .1 1 fe.otin.tr that I A French scientist nas ausctveic prises ana uy nie euv,-. - 1 -- ... The country, whether It likes It or not, one secret of long life. . .j ..-.t,,.- m, let dea n w th the blood. IIIUM cnaure a pertou m - , .., uA nroved th. t,!fe, 1 rso.lliKtnipnL I millions i n'"""""" . and readjustment. n,ninnr. iif and nm iir null In an obi colonial cottage In the suburbs of Savannah, tla., this as tounding fight Is to be waged. "He saved othens: Himself He .ould not save," they said truly of Christ. It has been true of others ' the world's heroes. Is It true of the gnat New York physician? Civilization was shocked. many months ago, when it was announced that Dr. Wm. T. Hull, the foremost cancer expert in the world, was hini--elt n victim of the disease. Many times this man -has stepped almost over the brink of death to bring back to safety some victim of cancer. H s knife knew no fear; his nerves knew never a tremor; his wit and resources were as great as those of Napoleon. Hloeked at one turn in hi light against cuncer, It was said of him that he always found another way to tight. The first cancer was small. It was on the gums. If Dr. Hull s discovery of his own danger shocked him, no one ever knew it. There was hope, at llrst. The small cancer was not d-ingeroufs. if it didn't spread. Hut one morning. In ills home in 'New York, he noticed a strange soreness or tne inroai. It was his old enemy again. That forenoon he coolly talked the matter over wun anomer gieai iigoi- ; s;w,.,.t,..st Girl in Dixie." Mrs. Hall er of cancer. .;' a southern girl and Dr. Hull was Hetween them they discovered that , jgilt,,jt to cut the new oliiurniK 01 cancel ( -would mean death. It was beyond i i ., rg , t. on. Dll. KMAM IvI. of the leaders Dr. Hull's HA1UXIT in the light life. " W YM B K TtLY, " AT SAVANNAH. UHIEKi: DH. lU'HH -IS FIGHTING HIS CHEAT RATTLK. ed. they began to administer the an titoxin again. There are hundreds of cancer riuf forers in the I "tilted Stat'w and other countries, who are watching with pulsing Interest, the light for Dr. Hull's life at the Isle of Hope, In the suburb of this city. for Ond d(iy the doct"r Insisted on leaving his bed ami going to tho roof ,,. . 1 of the 1'laza. His nerve and vivac- ui. in 1 1,1,1 f I His method But long ago millions of Americans K ri, rin Ml L Lei B uiuium," j. u v a. i...... - n -- r . , . i 11 win oe icuw-iiiwii." . I makes It worm living. 11 puuuca, , 1 ncri? weir t-ue,-i I'tii''" were all asionisneu i. "' I riches fcnd vitalizes me dioou, ttouum mm who neiMien urauiiuu u.ni r-jn. r.-cunerative activity whicn tne louii tH nprve oells. Imparts life ana puthy . . . . 1 1 (i n 1 . 1 ... try showed alter tne craau m '"Irone to the entire system, its a um- Doomed lilniseif, he smiled; marked it wks argued and with good reason . .pak. -ick and debilitated that thi panic differed from others, people .'Kidney trouble had blighted Inasmuch as the agricultural classes! for monthSi writes W. M. were prosperous and the country was Snerrnani cf Gushing, Me., "but Elec- not ourdened with serious overpro-1 trUj B,ttera cured me entirely." Only .t.tetion in anv Quarter. The reoouna from that disaster, however, was en ti-eiv too violent and was overstlmu lated by an excessive supply of cheap ,. n r.a hv the tremendous re- vtraininu nower of the great corpora Hon, or trusts which never before ....i th.. oi.oortunity of exercising I hair r,iiW-r iii this direction. As a re ult we fell 60c at all dealers. HUTKIj AKKIVAIrS. Savoy. C. IT. Miller and wife. Cleveland, Ohio; F. Kleiner, San Marciat; jj. Terry. Kansas City; Mr. H. 13. Furry and wife, Johnstown, Pa.; A. D. into the delusion that the Brown, Kansas City. in ..r....tu ..r th.. nanic were over aim that the old tim-' prosperity would u...,n i. here. This was a fatal mis take,, for which wo ore now enduring the penalty. Those effects have sim ply been deferred; and it is a o.ue.1 t'on now whether the cure would not u.... 1,... r, rooi e effectual and more rapid if events had not been allowed .. take their natural course. The cot- io ,i.,.if..t for instance, is a toil 6''' " - ' . dritinir .tamule of the benellcietu r.rWi,vr 4,f the open market. No in dustry in this country Is more free of ...... 1.1., :.tinr.s and more open to free rtmnetltion than that of cotton goods As u result cottons were the llrst to ,,.i..,-..., the necessary read jutstment of prices and production; and today that market is in better condition in n..n,.rt than any other great In dustry of the country. Nearly all of our great trust are languishing under tho ill effects of unwise and artificial regulation. Tariff agitation Is. as we know, chiefly blamed for present in ortia and there is no doubt that many j.cgotrution arc held in nuspense on this account; but there are omer -ments of depression, as Just noted; .....1 ininrloiis changes are ex pectcd in the tariff, there Is little real n.inn for hesitancy on that ac count The trtith is the readjustment procewt i still incomplete. We mini -..me ,iown to lower costs of produc tion and lower costs of living; then - r,iUv ho ready for u iresn io Mnwhile tariff revision will con -1 ... k.. used a. a bogey by those who wiih to frighten Congress out of making any importunt reauciw,,. the echedulets. Block Excnunge operations continue . ..ri....t oniside conditloiiB, Inertia V - na weakness being the main fea tures. Many leading operators are ab- their usual winter vacations ml in hank circles there Is a marked absence of the optimism so prevalent l,.fnrt. the- election. The main sup port of the market appears to be the money situation. Funds are still over abundant, and our banks and trust companies are generally in exception ally .und condition. Their chief com nluim i the difficulty of finding sat isfactory employment for their mon ev Had we an elastic curiency sys em and effective redemption arrange- mriii:. the situation wouiu Uicaij corr. 1 itself. As it Is the ill effects of t... combination of too much momv and too little business mu.-t be overcome as best wo may. our na ioo:il finances are becoming u matter of real concern. The treasury deficit 1. nn ifco 000 000. Some excellent noih.o',:;, 'T-umate that il will reach $13",, mi" niiO at tin- end of the fiscal ear 111 June. All this is duo more to mttUinal xtravagiincM than to a fall lne olf in r. v, nu-. The latter Is only iciiii...rar and a deficit would have .01111. e.-n had government receipt? been tuainteiiii d be a use of the reck- les Iner, use of national expenses. With the d nl.'tion of the treasury fcurmus i.iibhe d.-positB In the banki are being r .lu. 'd to a minimum Thl.- how, v 1 . has no serious effect , tli, money market, since such Alva ratio. A. G. Wells, Los Angeles; A. G. Bean; Chas Rchleld. St. Liouls; Mrs. K. Porter. Santa Barbara; Mrs. C. N. Miller, Cleveland. Ohio; W. S. Barbe, Philadelphia, Pa.; H. F. Kimmell. Kansas City; A. H. Cllnger, New York; R. Fitzgerald and wife, Phil adelphia; Edgar Hayes, Denver; J. C E. Hurley by death he carried cheer Into the rooms of sufferers. The swelling on his throat grew. At last the disease brought him down. To his bedside came the other heroes of the grim cancer light. They determined to fight for their fellow soldier's life unto the last ditch. Two months ugo the doctor was removed from his home to the Plan hotel. Here the other doctors were uble to spend much time with him. At the lalHiratorles of Cornell col lege an eminent chemlM prepared a new antitoxin, in accordance with the latest theory of cancer cure. They had little hope In it. But It was tho best they could do. Day after day they administered the antitoxin. The world wanted t" know about their fight. They issued daily bulletins. They were always careful to say that there was no hope for Dr. Bull. Wlllifnrrl Kansas Cltv: J Topeka; W. O. Duvall. St. Louis; I But Dr. Bull didn't die. The n.-ws- Lf. CI paper Deguu to woimci w uj . ai. W. C. Kugin, Washington, A. Fink, Los Angeles. Sturgcw. Mrs. Oscar Leffreing, Sabinnl, N. M.; F. W. Wilson. Texas; W. 1. Wil liams, Chicago; F. F. Moran and wife. Chicago; Isaac Harth and, wife, St. Johns, Ariz.; E. C. Uurdick, To peka, Kan.; Max Paul Kempenich, Peralta: Mrs. M. W. King, Denver, Colo.; Frank Owen, Santa Fe. asked. The grim fighters didn t ex plain. They asked again. "Do you mean to say there is any hope for him?" They demanded. The doc tors smiled sadly and said "No." Presently the 8tory of the new anti toxin became public. The doctors admitted they had been using It. I "W"e didn't tell about It because we didn't want to raise any false The newspaper,' wanted to know whether the ant. toxin was responsible for the improvement. The brave doctors wouldn't answer. Hut more und more Dr. Hull moved about. He began to take an Inter est in the outside world again. He grew so energetic that he sud denly demanded that he be taken to the south w here he could have warm, fretih air, outdoors. Again the doc tors were astonished. A New York paper came out with a story that the Christian Scientists were responsible for Dr. Hull's Im provement. With commendable promptness and honesty the authorities of that church stepped forth to deny the story. They said that Dr. Hull had not asked for Christian Science treat ment, and that no Christian Scien tist would be so unehurchlike as to give unrenuested treatments. Hut the other day in New York Dr. Bull was carried In an ambulance through the streets and placed on a private car for the "00 miles Jour ney to Snvannah. The cottage here was all ready for the patient, nnd here he is now resting, preparing for the hard battle before him. Ijirge Quantities of. the antitoxin are benig prepared up north to be sent here as needed. It has been necessary to stop the use of the medicine part of the time as the doctors feared it was responsi ble for the increase in rheumatism, from which Dr. Bull suffered. But as soon as the rheumatism had abat- Savc Money by Buying CliambiTlaln's Cough Kcniouy. f You will pay Just as much for a oome 01 cnampiTiiims vougn rem edy as for any of the other cough medicines, but you save money In buying it. The saving is In what you get, not what you pay. The sure-to-curc-you quality is In every bottle of I this remedy, and you get good results when you take It. Buying cough med lclue Is an Important matter. Ne glected colds often develop serious conditions, and when you buy a cough medicine you want to be Bure you are getting one that will cure your cold. When you buy Chamberlain's Cough Remedy you take no chances. It al ways cures. Price 25 and BO cents a bottle. For sale by all druggists;. Your printed matter is usually your first representa tive to a prospective custo mer. 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