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for Infanta and Children. '
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is a Iinrmlcsj substitute for Castor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops mid (soothing Syrups. It is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance (Narcotics stupefy). Its
ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and iillajs
Fovcrlshncss. It citrc3 Diarrhoea and Wind Colic,
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, rcgutatcx
the Stomach and llowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea The i:ohcr
" Kj ptlnui InwUbly prilro tho sMbn of jonr
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for rliltilrca aul the nt!jr en. . um 4..J Tim.
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
TMCNTU OtMUNT, TT MUtMf TRTIT, NIW TT.
Gage Pattern Hats,
New York Models
Our Own Creations.
ATILLINERY NOVELTIES select
ed by our Miss Spencer during
her recent trip East. The most stylish
and popular shapes and colors now
worn in the fashion centers or Europe
and America. The display will be
fully twice as large as at any previous
opening. Another feature of this
opening will be a very attractive
assortment of Children's Easter
Hats. You arc cordially invited to
attend the Grand Opening.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Street Opposite Fire Station
OVER ALASKA BILL
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. IB. Tho lulnilnlstrntlon rnllroail Mil
en in a up In the Senate today fur dlRcusslon. Tho nppearnii(.e of tho
bill pteclpttatcd tho sharpest debate that has tnken place In the Senate
In connection with tho bill, which Is considered ono of tho pres
ident's pet measures, tho nnmo of the chief oxecutlvo was bandied about
with n. freedom which amounted to recklessness.
OFFICIALS WARM UP OVER ALASKA BILL.
WASHINGTON, II. C., Mar. It). During the hearing nn tho bill to
chaneo the form of government of Alaska before the llouso Committee
on Territories tod.vy, a llcly set-to took plnce between Governor W.
0. Iloggatt nnd Delegate James Wlckershatu. Sharp word were used
by 'the Governor and Delegato from Alaska, and tho appellations turn
coat, betrayer of coulldonco nnd mlsstater of facts were made use of by
the two gentlemen.
DAYTONA, ria., Mar. 1G. Daniels Is dlng.
International Secretary Thirty-Fourth Exhibition
March Furniture Sale
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King St.
Lectured at Central
The Central Union 'Parish Homo
was ciowdcd List owning when John
P. MiHiic International (muling rue-,
letnry of tho Y. M. 0. A., who In hero
fur ten daH, gjvo a storeoptlton lec
ture on tho "World Wide Y. M. C. A. '
Movement " j
Tho Iccluro was prefaced with hymn
ringing. " tbort pra) er by Hev. Dr.
Scinliicr. a pjctngp Irom the scrli-,
tines, and another hymn. Dr. Scud;
dor stated that: "Young men wore
dedicating themselves to the gioat
work of redeeming men and that tho
day was not far dlstunt when there
would bo Y. M. C. 'A. buildings In ev
ery land." i
With tho briefest Introduction, Mr.
Monto got right down to his subject
nd told of tho wonderful work the
Association was doing among tho
irmy, nivy, inilrtud, , students, city
ind country an.) among Industrial
Amkers In nil raits of the world. I
"I rail It a privilege that joiiug men
iro able to loiuo forth and proclaim
.Tenia as 'their Salor." slated Mr.
Moore. Many of tho slides wero Im
pressive as (hey portrayed tho mag
nitude of tho work accomplished by
tho Y. M. C. A. movement. Tho
tpoakor paid n fitting trlbulo to Sir
George Williams, the founder of tho
Y. M. C. A who, with twelve young
men, stalled this great movement
among men, by holding Dili o meet
lugs on Jhe top Hour of a dry goods
stoio In Loudon,
Pictures of Itobert It. Mcllnrnoy,
Richard C. Morso and other well
known leaders In tho Y. M. C. A. wero
thrown upon the canvas. A magnif
icent picture of tho Victoria railway
station at llombay, India, was oxhlb
Ited. .Mr. Moore stated that tho otl
clals of tho running shops nt Jamal
pur wero In sympathy with tho Y. M.
C. A. movement among their em
ployes nnd wero ready to siibscrlho
$100 n month towards subscribing to
a fund flr tliat purpose.
One of the most Intcicstlng slides
was a copy of a letter from tho Hin
peror of Japan to tho Y, M. C. A., In
which It stated that $3000 hud been
rent to tho Association In recognition
of the splendid woik done by tho As
Foclatlon during tho IlutEO-Jupnucso
Another unique picture wan that of
tho launch glwu by Miss Helen Mil
ler Gould to tho Y. M. C. A. for use
on the rivers of Alaska. Tho military
posts v.ero few nnd far npait ami ie
llglous services were, seldom held. Tho
soldiers nsked that someone might bo
sent to conduct services. Mls Gould
gnvo tho launch and tho Y. M, C. A.
now conduct regular services.
Mr. Mooro showed pictures of men
being Instructed In nutomobllo woik
In order that they might qualify as
chaiilfeurs, or us the speaker hiinior
ously stated, to pieparo thcmielves
for au nctlw campaign against the
"Quick and tho Dead" brigade who
wero responsible, for so many deaths
anil accidents each year, by careless
driving and management ot automo
Oilier pictures poitrayed men and
boys teaming tho ioultry business, or
isMr. Mooro hunioiously stated.
"They were preparing to tuko their
degire ns piofessors of 'Chlcology,'
At noon today Mr. Mooro spoko nt
tho Honolulu Iron Works and will
confer with Iho building eoniinltteo of
tho Y. M. C. A. at 4 p. in. At 5:30 p.
m. ho will speak at tho Marino liar
racks: nt 7:30 ho will meet tho mem
bershlp committee nnd at 9 p. in. will
address tho boys'., gym. class. On
Monday at tho members' rally spec
ial music will lio playod, ns Cunha's
Gleo Club has been secured ami Mr
Mooro will speak on "How to Mako
LEWIS SAYSJT'S FALSE
K. II. Lewis tho nutomobllo man
'ias entered an emplntlo denial to a
story npi't'arlng In a moiulng paper
lo tho effect that one of his nnchlin'v
containing a number of loiuul tho Isl
and toiiilsts hud n narrow- escape In
going owr the Pall.
"Hveryi knork Is a boost" declared
I owls lif Hinting that tho yam wiii
Pronounced the Best
Tho tliirly-fouith exhibition o
the Kllohunn Ait League was open
c'd to members last evening by spe
cial Invitation, mid Judging from
the excellent exhibits nnd the
ciowded slate of the looms. It wnf
pioiiounced by ninny to bo tho Illi
cit lullcctlon of art tieasures cvei
exhibited In the galleries of thin
Tho looms wero artistically dec
orated with ferns, (lowers nnd pot
ted plants, utid, with tho well-arranged
lighting effects, , the pictures
and other nit tieasures were seen to
During tho evening refreshments
weio served and Mr. Knlk. Dr. Short
and Prof, Knhl; playing ns n trio,
gave an cxiiplallo rendition of one
of the classic compositions, Mr
Fall; presided at the piano, l)r
Shoib the 'lello, utid l'roi. Knhl tin
It would bo linnosslblo to describe
each exhibit adequately. All were
.pleaslng, because they weio so dif
ferent. Kuch had Its own charm
nnd Indh binary, so that ono could
go from ono"lcturo to tho other
with a feeling of rest and anticipa
tion. Amongst those who exhibited
were tho following: Miss Julio K.
Ilnymnnd, "Karly Morning. Mmina
Ken, Hllo"; ,nnle H. Parke, "Morn
ing Light, Pearl Harbor"; Henrietta
l'liugel, "Santa Murln Novella, Flor
ence": Cordelia Oilman. "Tho
Ileach"; LHIn G. Marshall, "Hawiil
Ian Mullet"; D. Howard Hitchcock,
"livening," "Tho Klnmo Tree,"
"lluleinaumau," "Lnto Afternoon,'
"Storm In tho Knnyon," and niuny
otlicr pictures typical of Hawaiian
scenery; Grace Robertson, "At Hie
Ileach"; Annlo Ward, "Innoccnso a
Portrait"; Anna II. Tucker, "Even
ing In Wnhlawa"; Florn Jones, "lie
gonlaB"; Cnrolluo Hasklns Gurrey,
"Mnry Loulso"; A. It. Gurrey Jr.,
"In tho Studio"; A. N, Slnrlnlr,
"Dawn" (exhibited nt tho Sixth
American Salon); Hosa Hooper
Plotncr, nn exquisite iiilntaturo ot
Mnud Mullcr, and other artistic
studies from the brush of this well
known miniature painter.
Tho exhibition will be open to the
public all this week, from 9:30 a. in.
to S p, m.
Amongst thobo present wore tho
following members f tho society
and their friends: Prof, and Mrs.
W. A. llryan, President nnd Mrs. J.
W. Ollmorc, Mr. nnd Mrs. Gig
uesiix, Mrs. Haiiemunn, Hev. and
Mrs. Folmy, Mrs. and Miss Ward,
Mrs. A. II, Tucker, Mrs. p. Jones,
Miss A. II. Parke, Mr. and Mrs.
Guessereld, Mrs. and Miss Wcnvor.
Mlbs Chinch. Dr. and Mrs. Hobdy,
Mr. and Miss Nowcomb, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. Coustabol, Mrs. P, L. Home,
Dr. and Mrs. Illcknell, ProL H. S.
lloMucr,-Mr. Vincent, Mr. nnd JIIss
Khrhorn. Miss II. Kangel, Mr. and
.Mrs. Webster, Mis, W. II. Cornwoll,
.Miss I.awicnce, Miss Schnoor, Mr.
nnd Mis. Knlk, Miss Margaiet Old
dings, Dr. and Mrs. Straub. Mrs.
Itosa Plotncr, Piof. Knhl, Dr. Shorb,
The McCumher bill to provldo for
second homestead entries wns order
ed favorably reported by the Senatn
Cominltteo on Publlp Lands.
VA acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Iacal
olace for a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 aires unimproved, ad
P. E. R.. STRAUCH
Waity Bldu. 74 S. KinB St.
There is a reason
behind the growth of
our business, which
summed up, simply
The satisfection begins
with the purchase of
the suit, and lasts
through the long wear
of the garment. But
to guard against mis
takes, we say and give
"Money back to the
customer who vants
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W W W r M tk m
Some Men Know
Money Will Not Buy Health
And until the aches and ills of the
iood transgressor attack them the
value of pure and wisely selected
food is forgotten.
' Somqtimes it takes a right sharp
spell of sickness to prove the close
relation of food and health that
Pure Foods mean perfect digestion
and pure blood the true secret of
comfort and good health.
Is a pre-digested, scientifically-prepared food that
is readily absorbed by the weakest stomach, and
builds up body and brain.
It has brought thousands of voluntary testimo.
nials from people who have (rained health from its
"There's a Reason"
Read, "The Road to Wellvillc," in pkgs.
Henry May & Co.
DISTRIBUTERS PHONES 22 AND 02
READS THE B00X.
"The Road to Wellvillc'Fointed the
Down nt Hot Springs, Ark., tho
visitors have all sorts ot complaints,
but It Is n subject of rental k that
the Kreat majority of them havo
some double with stomach nnd bow
els. This may be partly attributed
to tho heavy medicines.
Naturally, under tho conditions,
the qucsdoti of food Is very pioiul
A youiiR man states that ho had
suffered for nine jenrs fiom stomach
and bowel trouble, had two opera
tions which did not cure, nnd was ut
Inst threatened with appendicitis.
Ho went to Hot Springs for rlieu- '
mutism nnd his stomach trnublo roc
worse. Ono day nt breakfast the
waller, knowing his condition, sub
fiesled he (ry (irnpe-Nuts and cream,
which ho did, and found tho food
ngieed with him perfectly.
AHer the second tiny ho began to
sleep peacefully ut night, different
than ho had for yeais. Tho per
fect digestion of Hie food tiulcteil his
nervous system nnd iiiado sleep pos
Ho fas: "Tho next morning 1
was nstonlshcd lo And my condition
of constipation hud disappeared. I
lould not believe it true aftor suf
fering for to many years; then I
took moro Intciest In tho food, rend
tho little book, "The Hoad to Well
vllle," and started following tne
"I have met with such results that
In the last five weeks I have gained
eight pounds In splto of hot baths
which take awny tho tlcsh from any
one, ' A friend of initio has been en
tirely euied cjf n bad case of Indiges
tion juul stomach trouble by using
(irnpe-Nuts Pood and cream ulouo
for breakfast. f
"There Is ono thing In particular
I have noticed a great change In
my niehtnl condition. Formerly I
timid, hnrdly remember anything,
and now the nil ml seems unusually
acute nnd retentlvo. I can memor
ize practically any thing I deslio."