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BVBNtNU tlUMjitTlN, HONOMTMJ. T. II , THURSDAT, JAN. 20, 19l6.
Ferris Good Sense Waists
FOR WOMEN, HISSES AND CHUDBEN
. FERRIS WAIST. FERRIS WAIST.
Style 227. 75 cents. Style 215. 75 cents.
vYoun, ( lita ., :to ,;yrs. S:
gttentd front. J.aceJbadt ( Button front, laced bacl
Sizes 19 to 28 Indies. sizes 20 to 28 Inches.
I WlilU and Drab. White and Drib.
STYLE 624 Superfine quality Batiste, trimmed with
lace, pearl buttons, soft bust bound with flexible remova
ble steels. Price, $2.00.
Ferris Waists are of all shapes necessary to properly
fit all classes of figures at all apes from childhood to wo
manhood. SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
, The name that means Photographic
Use Anscq Films and Cyko Paper
WASHINGTON, D. C. Jan. 19. The Republican tncmberB of Hie
House I'aiicuFjed todny and tecldod upon the personnel of the House
portion of the Joint committee which will Investigate the 'charges
ngnlnst Bccrctnry Jtalllnger. Representatives McCatl, Olmsted nnd Den
by were chosen to represent the Regulars. Representative Mndlson for
the Insurgents, and Representatives James of Kentucky and I.lojd ot
Missouri for the Democrats Representative Ralney, one of those lav
tared by the Democrats, was rejected.
MIKADO BEOEIVES FLEET OFFICEBS. tii ,
TOKIO, Jan, 19. near-AdmlraJs Scbree and Hubbard nnd tho cap
tains of tho armored cruiser squadron of tho Pacific, fleet were received
In audience today bj the Emperor. After tho reception the omccis
wcro banqueted b) Sill to.
The banquet was an Imposing nffalr and furnished tho opportunity
for the exchange of man) courtesies. In tho course oftho dinner a
linnilfomc loving cup was presented .Salto on behnlf of tho American
ANOTHER BODY-IN-TRUNK MYSTEBY.
SEATTI.K, Jan. 1. The dismembered body, of a oung woman
was found In a trunk on the beach at tho entrance to the harbor
today. The trunk had evidently been cast up by tho waves Musi
cians who examined the remains pronounced that the woman had been
dead for a )car.
WIIL FLY IN SAN FRANCISCO. .
8AN KKANCI8CO, Jan. 19. Pnulhun will rIvo a series of nvlatlon
exhibitions here, beginning Sunday next. Flattering Inducements wcro
offered tho daring aviator to 1 bring him here.
COLUMBIAN BOYS .
. TO ENTERTAIN
Oov. Frear Will Present
Mid -January Bargains
It is our desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats to make room fcr new goods. In order to do so we
are offering these low prices:
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
50c,' 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 a piece
v L. AHOY,
When you buy meats frora us there is no risk. We have
the best there is in town, Hcaue it is properly kept, cut
to your interest and delivered promptly.
Fresh Factory Foi Delivered to Besidences
1 , W. F. Heilbron, Prop. , Phone 45 i
Householders and Merchants who are interested in re
ducing their light bills should not fail to try these lamps.
Twice the Light for the Same Money
A clearer, brighter, whiter, steadier and better light in
every way than that o btained with ordinary lamps.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
An elaborate program lias been nr.
hinged 1) Theodore Rlchaids and Mis
Hendricks, p esldcnt of tho CollrgH
Club of this city, for tho beiu'llt of tho
visiting Columbian bo' who arc duo
hero b tho Maktirn on Fclirtiar) 1,
Tho entertainment of tho bojB will
bo In tho hands of a. committee niiulo
up as follows: Theodora Richards,
Mrs. Hendricks, V. U. Ail.ims. These
will appoint others to chaperon tho
bojs and look after their comforts.
As soon as the ship an Ives at her
dock, tho boys will march to tho Opora
House, uhcro the) will bo recehed
by the Major, niter which they will
go to their temporary homes. In the
afternoon tho Kamcbamchi students
will glvo a special drill in the Oabu
Collage grounds, when Gotornor Krear
will present a Territorial flag to tho
ilsltlng 1)0) b. 'Tho Columbian l)ys
will then play Oahu College at base
ball In tho evening tho Columbian Bojs
led by their bass band of forty pieces
y1ll parade, tile downtown streets and
march In a body to tho opera House,
where Instrumental and Vocal num
bers will bo rendered. W. D. Adums
will hao full cbargo of tho program,
which will Include exhibitions of gym
nastics, pj ranild formations; two com
edy farces of about twenty minutes
duration ouch; two nmsitcur boxing
bouts, and nn exhibition football gamo
with two full teams on tho slago.
Theso will show tho different styles
of plav cniplejcd by tho University of
California and Australian clovens
when in the field.
This club was flrBt started by Mujor
I'elxoto for tho purposo of keeping
city boys off the streets out of school
I hours nnd to glvo working boys a
I placo to spend their evenings. Gym
nasium training, military drill, outdoor
athletics. Instruction In basket mnk-
Ing, wood carving, clay modeling, and
nil kinds of handicraft, musical and
dramatic work, otc, and n flno brass
band, wcro somo of tho attractions
which has made tho'club popular with
Lll city boys. Tho club members arc
tho sons of American working people,
who join tho club voluntarl'y.
At tho tlmo of tho great disaster In
San Francisco tho club was comfort
ably housed with a, membership of
ovor 300 boys, but ovcr thing was lost
In tho gront tiro. A frcrh start hnd
to be mado; the club was reestablished
on n firmer basis than over beforo and
during tho Australian trip two other
contlngonts from tho club lmo been
louring tho l'nclflc Const.
A strong organization of tho earlier
theso ex-members who hao now
grown to manhood tho club ous much
of tho present success. Cher loon clt)
boys have grown up In the club and
their devotion to It In after lire Is
proof of tho great work It has accom
plished. Tho band attraction of forty pieces
will bo ono of tho conspicuous features
of tho visitors. Tho club Is twelve
years old. Tho program at the Opera
House will Include, coon songs by 1M
ward Nelson, who Is only 11 )cirs of
ago, and Is considered a prodlg). Sher
idan Wllllnmu. Roy O'Conncll. Charles
!lay, Robert Hayes, (ho sailor ballad
Ists. will sing a medley, "Songs of tho
Sc.i." Kmll Hastings will glo a sing
lug and dancing act. .
Tho football gamo will be plajed on
tho stage. Tho American gimo bus
been Introduced by thuo bojs In Aus
tralia and tho boys nro bringing homo
with thorn somo Australian points. A
return visit of n jiarty of Australian
boys for tho sake of obtaining an In
right Into American wajs will bo undo
next J car.
ECZEMA A GERM DISEASE
Myriads of Microscopic Animals
fest the Skin of tht Suffer.r.
When tho skin of an eczema suf-
fcrcr itches and burnn In untold
agony, do y ou Vnow what Is going on
within the pores of that skin?
Myriads of microscopic animals are
gnawing at tho flesh, breaking down
the flno cells and causing festers,
thick scales and that terrible Itch.
Tho gortns multiply fastor than Na
ture can throw them off.
Now, thcro Is only ono way to get
rid of theso germs the must bo kill
ed in their lodging places. Dosing the
stomach or trying to cure, the blood
will not, of course, kill tho genus, and
that Is why all the blood remedies fall
in cczemn; that fs n'so why salies
which do not penetrate enn do no tier-
Ordinary oil of wlntcrgrccn properly
compounded In liquid form will pene
trate tho pores of tho 3kln and kill
the eczema germs. If properly mixed
withth)mol, gl.vrcrlun and other In
gredients (as In I). I) D. Prescription)
this wash will build up the tissue of
the skin nnd promoto Its healthy
rrowth, giving Nature n chance, while
killing tho germs factor than they
. Tho Honolulu Ilrug Co. Fort stroet.
of this clt). recommends D. D. U. Pro
scription, also 1). D, I). Soap.
BIG DAMAGE SUIT
Andrew Dilght, who was thrown
off an electric street car by an auto
mobile, driven by Thomas Qillnn, has
Instltutld n damagn suit for 15000
ugalhst tho chauffeur,
Tho affair hapiicncd on Hotel street
several months ago, nnd Ilrlght has
been coffined In tho Queen's Hospital
over since. His henrtng Is said to
bo seriously Impaired and his Jaws
will not work properly. K. C. Potcrs
Is Ilrlght's at tonic) and tho papers lu
tho casu wero served this morning.
We have discontinued carrying the
Kno Hats. To dispose of those we have
on hand we are closing them out at
These hats have, never been sold for
less than $5.00. Soft hats only, in black,
pearl, brown and otterall staple shapes.
This Sale will last until Saturday only.
A cubic foot of "gold weighs 1210
members of tho club have organized pounds almost twice as much as tho
Ihomsolvcs as "Tho Pioneers," and to l same quantity of silver.
1028 Nuuanu St.
fw'Cltim ( Boutin
Is the favorite dentifrice of the
tourist because it is known and
sold in every corner of the world.
It cleanses and beautifies the teeth
and purifies the mouth, as noth
ing else will.- In newpatent "tin
which keeps the dirt out and the
flavor in. No waste, no spilling.
Benson, Smith & Co , Agent?,
Save 1-3 on this month's grocery bill
Lewis & Cos Stock
Now being sold by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD,:'
' WA1K1KI INN The Science of Dyeing Clothes
"The Finest Bathlnc on the Beach." Tj, understood by the F. Thomas Dyeine Works of San Francisco, whosc
Heals At All Hours. 1
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