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, ONYX HOSIERY TOn&ualon u the world's finest
hosiery. When you buy Onyx Hosiery, yon are getting
honest merchandise and a square deal.
ONYX HOSE FOR LADIES In ilk, Lisle. Thread
and Cotton; in white, black, tan arid popular colors.
ONYX HOSE FOR CHILDREN In white, black, tan
and colors; in all sizes.
ONYX HOSE FOR INFANTS Infants' socks in white,
black, tan; pink, light blue and cardinal.
ONYX SOCKS FOR MEN In black; guaranteed not
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
(Corner Fort and j.Beretania Streets-Opposite Fire. Station
Transfer Co., Ltd.
Vurflftura aal PiMO.Xorhff.
SHOULD YOU HESITATE WHEN YOU HAVE OUR
GUARANTEE OF THE QUALITY OF THE MEAT WE
SElI NOTHING BETTER IN TOWN.
We deliver POI to your house evety day. Any quantity.
W..F. HEILBRON, Prop. ' PHONE 49
smi GOES ON
PAW8, Jnn. 27. The tale of horror In France' stricken capital
continues to grow, The situation Is steadily getting mure desperate.
and none can tell what tho end will be. More and more appalling grow
the losses In life and property, and the pitiful army of the homeless
Is reaching staggering proportions.
. It Is estimated that between 100,000 and 150,000 unfortunates
have been driven from their 'homes. These folk are being forced from
one place to another as the rising floods are steadily encroaching on the
higher levels. It Is conservatively estimated that in, 000 laborers aro
Idle and without means to support their families. How ninny are dead
none can say. '
INSURANCE FRAUD STOPPED.
LOUISV1I.LK, Jan. 27. Three Insurance agents were today arrest,
ed for conspiracy to defraud their companies out of S200.OOO. The
scheme worked was to Insure dying persons, securing healthy folk to
Impersonate them at the medical exnmtnatlons. When tin; Insured
died, their families and the agents would divide the money xecured.
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MAYOR MC CARTHY USES AX. e
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 27, Mayor McCarthy ,todiy summarily re
moved three police commissioners from office and appointed new ones.
Chief of Police Cook has resigned and has, uecn succeeded by Martin.
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CHICAGO SWINDLERS INDICTED.
CHICAGO, Jan. 27. Nine contractors ami, several city, officials have
been Indicted by the Grand Jury for defrauding the city nut of $2110,-
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HERO OF MANILA DEAD.
MEbHOSE, Mass., Jan. 27.-
States Navy, tiled here today.
N.. M. Dyer, United
" CAMPAIGN PLANS
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WILL TELL MASSES
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Just Received by Manchuria
A Mew Line of
Such as PONGEE SILKS, GRASS LINEN,
and EMBROIDERED GOODS
Price and Quality the Best
Health Board Considers Problems In
cident to Beginning of War on
White Plague The Mosquitoes
mu ncccivc nuenuun,
' Xeep your books in order, preserrtf'them.frott i'dck-..
roaches, and have a oozy library corner by using Maeey
Sectional Bookcases. Oak and mahogany. Low prices.
H. Hackfeld &.Co., Ltd., Agents
, Hackfeld Building Fort and. Queen
A Cyko Print
"H lias a 'quality and richness that puts it in a class by itself,
.!? Developing - Printing
And All Branches 6f Commercial Photograph', at ' i
' T? -.. C .,.
) nr. Hotel
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At tho meeting of the Territorial
Doard of Health yesterday after
noon, the members entered Into an
active discussion as to the boat meth
ods 'to be' adopted In the institution
of the proposed antituberculosis
The meeting was called primarily
to consider the tuberculosis campaign
and operations to be conducted under
the authority of tho Hoard of Health
toward the suppression of mosqui
toes, for which purpose tho Ship
pers' Wharf Committee has appropri
ated the sum of 11000 per month.
In .referring to the conditions that
must be contended with in successful
operations against tuberculosis In
Hawaii, President Mott-Smlth said:,
"The handling .of 'tuberculosis In
liawall Is aided by her natural con
ditions. It is an open-air, out-of-doors
counfry, with a mild and even
climate. Every foot of it is a 'hos
pital except a few. congested locali
ties where It Is overcrowded with,
buildings and Improperly drained or
sewered. Such exception, however,
may be overcome by proper sanita
tion and 'proper regulation of build
ing. In such localities sanitation
and regulation of building should
therefore play an Important part in
the suppression of tuberculosis.
"Having these advantages in hand
It would appear that the next Im
portant step In the suppression of.
tuberculosis Is educational. What
tuberculosis Is should be known to
every individual, not so that such
Individual shall dread It with that
dread that neither brooks nor knows
any, reasoning, tut with that whole-,
some fear based on accurate knowl-i
edge which causes, deliberate, Intel
ligent, and effective action. If per
manency Is to be secured to an ef
fective movement for the' suppres
sion of tuberculosis, it should not be'
based upon unwholesome (dread.
"Personally, I believe that this
subject can be effectively, handled'
through a system of district' nurses
under the supervision of a physician;
that by the house to house visitation
of such nurses among, the poorer
classes, 'such nurses not only in
structing, but seeing to It that nec
essary precautions are taken and
lending every asslstanco to those af
flicted and their households, the ma-'
'Jorlty of cases can be taken care of,
and that, under such a system kind
ly applied, long strides will be made
not only in the suppression but In
the prevention of the further spread
of tuberculosis, The more well-to-do
should take advantage of tho nat
ural conditions Hawaii has to offer
and, under instructions of their own
physicians,, safeguard oiiy further
spread of (he disease as far as they
are concerned. 'Such Is their plain
duty. Indigent, advanced and In
curable cases only should bo offered
care In 'hospitals.
"In so far 'as the plans of tho boird
are at present formulated, the bonrd.
has created a tuberculosis bureau
under (he charge of a ilhyslclan. This
burea'ui acting In conjunction with,
other bureaus of the bonrd. will
maintain a System of record and
statistics, which, parenthetically,
wilt be lnvnluabto to tho system of
district nursing, nnd attend to nec
essary fumigation and disinfection In
"The question to be considered Is
to what use the balance of the appro
priation, If any, utter tailing care of
fumigation and disinfection, shall be
put. It should be "borne In mind that
the 'appropriation is Territorial In' Its,
application. Two uses have been'
suggested (1) district nursing; (2)'
assistance to hospitals tnklng care
of indigent advanced and Incurable,
The distribution of tho funds In'
the hands ot the health board In
connection with the tuberculosis
campaign seems to bo hedged about
with considerable, doubt, J. T. Mor
gan raised the point yesterday.-ns to,
whether the board possessed the
right to devote any portion of the
money to hospitals not directly under
In the course 'of the discussion
on the methods available, mou
Smith expressed hlmsolt as being fa-'
vorable to , the direct nursing plan,
the College Club offering to supply
ono nurse and the Palutna Settle
ment four, leaving two to be sup
plied by the Hoard of Health.
Dr. Hobdy, who succeeds Dr. Way
son on the board, declared that If
the health department can do some
thing for the care ot the indigent'
sick in the hospitals, It will have
gone a long way toward the ultlmato
solution of tho problem.
There was no final action tnken as
to the details ot -the tuberculosis
campaign. A meeting of the exec
utive committee of the tuberculosis
central committee Is to be held this
evening, and It Is proposed' to havp
another meeting of 'the Hoard of
Health early uext week, when defi
nite uctlon will bo taken,
A resolution of thanks was adopt
ed, expressing the appreciation of
tho board for the allotment of f lObu
monthly by the Shippers' Whnrf
Committee .for the mosquito work. It
was stated that the sum of $860.50
will be required for the preliminary
work. The mosquito and' sanitary
work of 'the board will be separated.
from the medical work, and will be
In charge of Dr. Pratt, with Secre
tary Charlock 'as his assistant.
rvUR SPRING STOCK of FURNISHINGS for men
" is now complete and comprises all the new and
latest novelties in the market. Each article is neat
and attractive, and as you know, our prices are right.
$1800 Large House and Lot, about
78x78, on Webb Lane, near
Xing and Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room- Honse and small
Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and vineyard streets.
Thirty-six babicK, ot almost as many
nationalities have been treated nt the
now Children's Hospital since it was'.
opened a llttlo over nvo wcoks ago.
That record alone shows tho pressing
need of such an Institution In this city.
Tho members of tho- hospital com.
mission held their first regular meet
ing yesterday and tho ruports were
very satisfactory. Ono feature of
which tho building 'commlttub Ib very
proud and that Is that everything has
been finished up and It has all come,
within tho appropriation.
A laundry, an elevator ond an open
air pavilion aro reported by the com
mlttcu as being tho next conveniences
to be added to tho Institution. Tho
report was signed by James V, Mor
gan, chairman; W, O, Smith and A.,
connection. very i m
cheap. I' ALLEN'S LUNQ BALSAM
$250 Several high Building Lots, will euro not only u frosh cold, hut
Xalakaua Ave. $50 cash; ono of those stubborn coughs Hint usii.
balance $10 ner month: no "lly hang on for months, (live it u
P. E. B, STRAUCH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St
trial and provo Its worth.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY '
MEN'S SHIRTS MEN'S PAJAMAS
New Spring Shirts in all neat pat- Men's Pajamas made in nil mate
terns, and plain white, soft and rials nnd cut very full. They ars
pleated bosom i; coat style; cuffs at- trimmed with silk frogs and large
tached. pearl buttons.
$1.25 and $1.50 $1.50 a Suit and Up
MEN'S UNDERWEAR MEN'S HOSIERY
Men's , white lisle Underwear. Men's Hose in all the new Spring
made with short sleeves. This gar- shades, including the famous Wun-
ment is the best value we ever had derhesc. This hose is put up in boxes
in this line. of four pain, and each box is irunr-
75c. a Qarment anteed to wear three months with-
.... ... ' ont dnrning the heel, sole or toe.
MEN'S HATS h $i the Box
New shapes ,in Felt and Straw, all i - '
shades and combination trimming. ' MEN'S BELTS
We have a special in a new soft Men's Belts, black and tan, with
straw one that you can wear in any initials. Tubular belts in seal, wal-
.shape, for rus. calfskin, and -rey and tan suedc.
. .. $2.50 . From 60c. Up
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Do You Realize
You can save many dollars by
coming to this sale. Here are some of
the bargains items taken at random
from hundreds of others :
Fresh Cove Oyster's,
Durkee's Salad Dressing,
Crescent Sardines, .- -Clam
Buillon, - - - -
Fruit Flavors, - - - -
Catsup, :---'.- 25c
M. J. B. Coffee, -' - - 40c
Tomatoes, - - - - :- 15c
Duret Olive Oil, - - - 35c
Assorted Fruits, - - - 25c 2 for
Lewis & Cos Store
Sale being, conducted by
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. HEROIN. Proprietor.
The French ! annrirv
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J. ABADIE, Proprietor Mi! I itf i. 258 BERETANIA STREEM
Agent for "-p""'!"' m
US5."Lr. THOMAS, DYEIN0. WORKS, BAN FRANCISCO