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80c PILLOW LINEN for 75t
40c LINEN for 30
05c FLANNEL for '. 50
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$3.50 LAD. SWEATERS for. $2.90
$3.75, LAD. SWEATERS for 1 93.00
$1.25 BLACK CnEPON for v '. . . .75
$1.50 BLACK CREPON for '. OOf
$3.00 PETER PAN WAISTS $1.00
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PASS IT AROUND A DISH OF THE DELICIOUS
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In 1-2, 1 and 2 lb boxes. In Vi-Ib boxes.
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Health Committee Wants
44th Day Forenobii Session
Tliu Semite enjojed u cry Htienn
ous session tills morning, passing on
ntiinciiiiiH linportant liintlent. Tlio
I'lll iilllhnrMiig bond Issues Ii) the
Counties paiiscil tlilnl reading after
(imslileialile debute, during nlikh
MukcKiiit began to throw pollllcul
I'llciiH mill liacl to (jo called down.
Chairman Covlho of tliu Hell 111
Committee, In iinswcr to n (iut'5tlo:i
by Mnkekiiu, who Iiiih appointed lilm
folf Wnlluch's (hntnplon In tliu Sen
ate, crenteil u ml til Keusatlou liy nn
nniinilng that tliu lonimltteo report
en tliu House resolution allow lug the
quack to practice his fnku cures on
tlio IiiiiuileS of tliu settlement, would
favor 1 1 h pauMKe.
Tliu llicnsu lilll was nllereil In
some partldilarH, the (lslilng hoal It
ceiiHu being knocked nut, and an Item
being Inserted Ikcnstng hlll-ho.ird
The House notified the .Senate that
It hul failed to toncur In the amend
men's In House lllll 7 I, tint lUITont
expense Mil, and Hint n coiiferemo
toiiiinltteu linl been appointed
hills ntoM housi:
House lllll Hi:', ptotldlug fur tlio
building of an emli.inkment lit V'nl
mea, Kauai; Mouse lllll ITT,, iclnllug
to hutbois; House lllll 1ST,, relating
to thu employment of cIlUctiR an
court liiterprcleiti; House lllll 192, ru
quiring the furnishing of Information
relating to thu possession uf Mrc.irms,
end House lllll 111 I, the Wallukll elec
trie franchise hill, all p.ixscd llrst
r.woits l'ASs.un: or mi.i.
The Jinllelnr) Committee reported
on House lllll ll'j, providing for tlio
tollng of n person who has failed to
leclsler; on Senate lllll I HO, relating
to civil proieilme, mill on Senate) lllll
81'.,, providing for certain amendments
to tlio V. W. Dlmond g.ix franchise,
recommending tliu pnssago of nit
Dowsctt rcportcil for tho Wnys nnd
Means Committee on House lllll 170,
I editing to thu licensing of trust com
panies, recommending Its passage.
Senate Hill 9, describing tho taxa
tion, educational nnd Judicial dis
tricts; passed tlilnl lending.
Senate lllll (10, providing for nub
ile liuiiH by the County of Ilnwall.
was deferied until tomorrow for third
UKSKIKATIOX HIM. I'ASSKS
Senate lllll 89, tlio undated rcslg.
nation Mil, passed third reading by a
votu of HI to 4, Smith, Dowsctt, Illsh-
oi nnd Kniulscn voting against It.
Senate lllll 9S, piovldlng for bien
nial leports to tho Legislature by
amended that out) die llonid of flu
penlnors would report.
Dnwsetl mild the mntter should bi)
handled as nn amendment to tho
Count Act. Ho tinned to refer tliu
Mil t; the Judiciary Committee.
Smith thought Hint the object of
tho bill was a good one but reports
would ho ncccsiwo onl from the
County Attorney, Auditor nnd Super
slsors. I In moved Hint reports ho re
quired from thee ollklnls only.
Dowsctt' motion In refer carried.
Knlnmii reported for the Mlscclln
neom Committee on lloue Hill lH!),
moving Hint the bill bo returned to
tho House, in) It was nut properly
Senate lllll 99, providing n seal for
tho Attorney tlcncrnl, pasted third
COUNTY HONI) llll.li
House lllll Ki9, authorizing tho
innklug of loans b bond Issues by
thu Counties, came up for third tend
ing. Uowsett offered nn amendment rot-
ntIiT to tho garnishment of thu Ter
ritorial Treasury for nn sums duo
the. County In suits by bondholders
ngntnsl tlio County for delinquent In
terest. Mnkekau fought this amend
ment nnd moved to hao tho garnish
munt iignlnst tho Count) Auditor.
Coelho spoke iigalnst Makekau's
nmvliilmelit. He Bald thu deplorable
condition on Hawaii was dun entile
ly to thu fact that there had been u
hostile Hoard of Sllpenbois.
POLITICS C.MTSi: HOW
"Do Jim xay Hie) ueiu hostile?"
"I do; they were hostile." answer
They were Republicans," cried
Coelho reminded Makekau that
while the Senate had treated tho
Lemoerntlu minority sourteously. Ii,
should not take advantage of the
Kuhimii, who was In Hie (hair, told
Makekau to i online himself tu thu Is-
MAKIIICAIT STARTS KlflllT
H.ijHclden spoke against Makekau's
iimeuiliiieiit. It was ildiculous, ho
raid, lo garnishee the Auditor of tluj'
County, who was himself one of thu
defendants. If that Was done no con
fldcnce would he plnicd In the Coun
ty bond Issues, while. If the Dowsett
I'incndment carried, nil the banks
would be glad to take up the County
bonds, as they would be pioteeted by
thu power of garnishment of sums
duo thu County by thu Tetrltorlnl
Makekau's amendment was lost, ho
being himself thu only one who oted
Dowsctt's amendment carried.
MAJOIHTY WILL ItUl.i:
Makekuu mined to amend mi Hint
tlio majority of tho Hoard of Super-
Whom unit not n unanimous votu bu
required to liuthorhe n bond Issu
ance. Otheiwlse, ho said, It would be
In the power of n single man, who
might bu lutunted by petty political
spite, to hold up such u matter.
Smith supported Makekau, but H.iy
lehlen said he wanted to go on record
us being opposed to tho amendment.
Ho thought It was u dangerous pow
er to plueu with tho majority of tho
Smith called attention to tho fact
had become of Ills rtsvtillllloil fa lur
ing Hie Hilmlttflnce of Wnllsrh to the
leper scttletm-nt Coolho answered
icportlng for tho Health Committee
Unit tomorrow It would submit lis le
port, which would lie In favor of tlio
Keliflto lllll ICO. authorizing Hie
Territory to buy Count v IkiiiiIs rnmo
up for third reading Smith optKisei)
It He thought Hint If the Count v
credit wns not gisid with the bankers
then Hie Territory should nm Heroine
Involved Ho moved to rerer tin 'i"l
to tliu Judlclnry' t'ouimlltee I.os
Thu bill Hien iinssed third r-mlHig l
9 ityes unit 4 noes.
House Hill 40, ntithorlzlng rnl!ro' I
com pan I es to opeiate their railroads
by power other than steam, passed
llouso Hill fifl, creating a Hoard of
Land Commissioners, wn referred to
the Judiciary Committee
House Hill "H, providing fur elec
tion of road supervisors, wns tabled
on motion by Knudsen
House Hill If", thu House license
bill, came up for second rending
llAItlll.'ItS Ml'ST I'AV
McCarthy moved to strike out tlio
hnrb'irs' lliense He said ho bad been
mound among tho barbers, nnd they
did not want to bo lliensed, and ob
jected to It Ixist, mid tho section
Chitllugwortli moved to strike out
thu provision of the llshlng lioat II-
ecus" bill, wlilth exempted boats that
have under "0 indies beam.
nsin:itMi:N iiscaim: '
HIsliop said Hint It had been In-
h rted to have canoes from siuh taxa
Smith moved to strike out tho llsh
tug boat license altogether, lie ill
not sen whv llsheriiien should bu In
ed and morn than (mo id.iuters
ehoutd be. Makekau supported this
motion strongly, mid thu motion e-ir.
Illshop Introduced a new paragraph
placing a III case mi uuvoiiu ' wi
grants the right lo erect aiivertlsliu-
Night Sweats and Chills Gone
Weight Increased 14 Pounds
.Mr. John llcnlly of (Iratid Uaplds.
Midi., who wns j low from lunif
trouble that the doctor gave him up
an Incurable, and who had night
.sweats and chills nnd weighed only
86 lbs., was miraculously cured by
Duffy's I'urc Malt Whiskey. I
Letters like the following, written
by Mr. Hcntly, unsolicited, should
he published so that tho world may
know what the great medicine la
doing (or suffering: humanity. ,
"I lave tilen DUITVS I'URK MALT
WHISKEY for three months for lung
troubles. When I tint commenced I u
bedfa't, and novr I am able to woilc. Now,
the doctor of our town end that nnthlrt;
would help me, but DUFFY'S MALT
WHISM'.Y did wlut the doctori coulj not
do. ) had night sweats and chilli and
weighed 8A poundf. I weigh 100 pounds
now, the chills liavc left me, and the sweats
ore also gone. I am looking for great re
sults. MR. JOHN JIUNTLV, Grand Rap
ids, Mich." Nov. 15, '05. rr K
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey,
It an absolutely pure gentle and Invigorating stimulant and tonic, it builds up the nerve
tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to the brain, strength and elasticity to the
muscles- inJ richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces, it makes
digestion Jierfect, and enables you to get from the food you eat all (lie nourishment it
contains. It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children,
as It is a ioou aireauy uigcsicu. si
strengthens and sustains the system, is a
promoter of good health and longevity,
males the old oung and keens the voung
strong. Duffy's is rccognhrd as a family
medicine ever) where. Skilled chemists,
whenever they analysed it during the past
fitly years, hav ealvrav s found it pure and pos
sessing properties of great medicinal value.
linWARD of dans-emus Imitations and sub
stitutes. They are padtlvely harmful and are
sold tor profit only by unscrupulous dealers.
Look lor the trademark, the "Old Chemist,"
on the label, and be certain the seat over (he
cork Isunbroken. AH druggists, grocers,
dealer, or direct, $1.00 bottle. Doctor'
advice and Illustrated medical booklet Iree.
Dull Mai t Whiskey Co., Rochester, NewYor.
SIR. JOIIS BESTLV.
signs on vni ant lots or bulldlo.-i
Iln)selden- wnnleil to know how
this bill agreed with .Senate illll
Htl, which forbade suih advertlnln
Illshop answered Hint hn had Intro
duced thu bill so Hint If No. 1I
should be knocked out there would
still be some uintlol of this beastly
business, which did mine to kill the
natural beauties of tho Islands than
most other things.
Chllllngworth said he heaillly
supported Illshop. He hud had twa
big ilgns in front of bis house, nnd
It had tnkeu considerable trouble tu
cet them taken away. This motion to
Insert this no wparagraph carried
Makekau moved to table thu hill,
hut found no second, nnd the bill
passed second reading. Sennto Hill
Ct, on the same subject, wns tabled
Senate Hill 101. lllshop's antl-ad
vertlslng sign bill, passed second
rending without being referred I"
A leress was taken until 'i p. m.
C.itntv ,ITlmt-il fMitiln mi fnr llllril
lending. Knudsen called nttcntlon to ''''" nuthorlty to Issuo bonds by
the fact Hint theio wns nn penalty
clause. Coolho snld tho County oin-
serK would ho suro to report unyhovv.
Makcknu wanted to excludo tho
Sheriff, Treasurer, Auditor, County
Clerk mid County Attorney.
COl'NTV ori'icint Ui:i'OllTS
Coelho said Hint thu reports of nil
theso olTlcers were needed In order
Hint the Legislature would hnvo full
InToi mntlon as to thu status of each
County, which would bo u vnlunhlo
guide In County legislation. Ho hud
this j ear asked tho Maul County otn-
torn for such reports, nnd his request
hail been Ignored
Smith moved to leave out only tho
Sheiiff nnd Clerk.
Mnkekau spoke In favor of his mo
Hon, by which thu bill would bu so
thu Siipcrvlstiix wns carefully s.ifo-
gtinrded, us after their action mi nit
of the Legislature mid thu approval
of the President of thu United Status
werfl necessary before tho Issuance
could ho made. Illshop suppoited
this view. .
M ikekau's amendment carried, The
hill then passed third rending.
OLD LOAN HILL KILLHD
Knudsen reported for tho Loan
Comiiltteo on thu Governor's mes
sage on special loan appropriations,
nnd tho hill covering tlio same, lie
moved that thu bill pass first rending.
Carried, Senate Hill 02, tliu old spe
cial loan nppioprlntlon bill, was ta
bled on motion of Knudsen.
WILL i'AVOIt WALLACH
Makcknu wanted to know what
M.ivor Henry C. Unit Is the latest
benefactor of Colorado College, having
recently endowed that Institution by
giving it u hundred or more cats. Tho
collection Is of greatest value to tho
Institution as It contains nenrlv till
the species now known to the eat fam
ily The animals will be used In tho
biological department in which u gient
deal of dissecting nnd rcscuth is belli:;
dune nt the present time.
S.T . n r, ,
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