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KVKNINU IIIII.MSTIN, HONOLUM,, T ll,,-TlllTUSt.Y, MAK. 17, 1910.
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v for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is a harmless su Intitule for Cmtor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops mid Soothing Syrups. It Ih
pleasant. It contniiiH neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic ntiuttunco (Narcotics stupefy). Its
i age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allajs
Fererlshncss. It cures Diarrhisn and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething troubles, cures Constipation
' and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, rcgulatce
tj.Ou. he Stomach and ttowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep The Children's lVmacca The mothcr'r
"M ptlotl IbtwUM; p-U.i tbo r.ctlon of your
Cutortv" W.W.'iium.M. I).,
5&&&6f of KCtuitii-j C'littoriu
Recommend Cac -r i a .
'to i.jo Ja
MMDnTftf my motif! JMctlfo I Vnnn rf rrTtnd
rue when your Out or I a m m yrr r'ltnl ami um1
with oo4 nulla. K.Uukumlr.M. ,) ,
8U UuU Mo.
MTf CwtorU U mtalrtj ti rrratet rrmMj
for children, I know of, I know lo oilier pto
prtotu pnptnUoa which 1 lip njutl.'
li. 8.6fiwAinr, M.P.,
Ko M City, Mo.
"I ore ynnt C'Mtorla cnl f
amltit.iwbcrutlicri.tru(Ut d e
i.W iJIS. L.
MTcmrrMtoffli tlio Mill ncl
for (lit ifrcn and ih on'jr t - i
nicbd.' ukli V. a -7 .
i.' il ri
" I hatr. nwfl yonf CMlnrli ftp l pnriiMo li
i-mid f f rtnl'lrtn fur yiirn p.'t u. i i nt in.p
edict, ad full cudurw U ft i a Mfr rrmnlr."
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Years.
J -I '
Gage Pattern Hats,
New York Models
Our Own Creations-
ILLINRRY NOVKLT4KS select
ed by our Miss Spencer during
Oier recent trip East. The most stylish
and popujar shapes and colors now
worn in the fashion centers ot 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 are cordially invited to
attend the Grand Opening.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
OVER ALASKA BILL
WASHINGTON. 1). C, Mnr. lfi. Tlio nilmlnlstintlon rnllronil ililll
imno up In tlio Semite loilny for OlbciiKslmi. The nipriirnnic nf tlio
Mil picdpltnteri tlio Blmrpcat ilvbato that litis taken pliuc In the Senate
In cdiinectlun' with the bill, which Is considered olio of the pres
ident's pet measures, the name of the chief cxccutUc was handled about
with u freedom which amounted to recklessness.
OFFICIALS WARM UP OVER ALASKA BILL.
WASHINGTON. 1). C., Mar. 10. During the hcnrltiR mi tho bill to
iluinse tho form of bi eminent of Alaska before tho House Committee
mi Territories today, a lively set-to took plnce between (loemor W.
0. lloRK'itt mid DeU'Rato dames Wlckenhnni. Shnrp wonH wcro used
by the (imeriuir ami Dclcgato from Alaska, and the appellations turn
coat, hetrnjer of lonfldeiac and lulsstntcr of facts uic made Uhe of by
the two gentlemen.
UAYTONA, Kin., ,Mnr.
id. Daniels Is dying.
HEARS J. F.
Lectured at Central
Union Church .
Pronounced the Best
M.I. ......l II..I.... It. -full llftlltKtl I HU IIIIIIJ-IWUHII VMHIIIUIIII V
.pe ,m. . .. - Kohlllw Alt lMKna W11H open-
was crowded last Mcnlim whui John llu,ml)t.rg al(t elen1B ,,y ,,.
P. Moon' inlernntloual ImmIIuk fec-i ,.!! nvtntlon, and Judfili'B from
letury of tho V. M. C. A. who Is licio the excellent exhibits mid the
rnr iimi il-ns. uil a sloicopllum loc- ciowded slute of tho rooms, it was
turo on thu "W'mld Wide Y. M. 0. A.' pumotiuied b) many to bo the un
ion loiicciiou oi an treasures m
I exhibited In thp naileries of thli
MiikIiir. n Klmrl uncr by Uuv. nr, .-,.... .,.........
Pcmlder. u iiimhiw H"i" tho n-ili.- The looms were artistically dec
lares ami another hymn Dr. Scud-, muled with ferns, llowers ami pot-
der staled that: "Yiniiis men wero led plains, nun, wun mo wen-ar-
ileillrntlnK themselves to the Bie u f laiiRed llKhtlUB eUcets, tlio plclmes
wink of leileemliiK men and that tho mid other art tiensures were seen to
day was not far distant when there great advantage.
would be Y. M. U A. ImiIIiIIiirh In iiv- DurhiK tho i'cnlnR refreshments
ery land" Iweio served and Mr Talk. Dr. Shorl
With tin. hrlifiht lutniducllon Mr. uml ,,,, ,.,,, ,,In,B Ils trl,
llixiio Kin rigni iiiiwn in i" biuijv.ii
Tho Kcluro wiib preface I with hymn
March Furniture Sale
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King
and Inlii of tho womloifnl work tho
Association vv.is ilnlm; nmoiiR tho
i r my mvy ralliuml, ptiiilents, clt)
-mil ciiuiitr) and iiiuoiir Imlustrlul
win ken In all parts of tho world.
"I call II it privilege that joimi? men
iro nblo to eomo foith an I proclaim
.lesui us their Savior." stated Mr.
Mooio. Many of tho slides woro tin-
piesslvo as they portrajed tho ning
ulliido of tho woik accomplished by
tho Y. M. C. A. movement. Tho
Heakcr paid a nttliiK tribute to Sir
acniKo Williams, tho founder of tho
Y. M. C. A., who, with twelvo oiiik
men, started this Rio-it movement
imoiiR men by hoIdliiK Illb'o meet
Iiirs on tho top floor of a dry Roods
store In London.
I'lctuies of Itobert It. Mclluniey,
ltlehard C. Morso and other well
known leaders In tho Y M. C A. woro
thrown upon tho canvas. A mnKiilf
leent picture or tho Victoria railway
station at Ilomhay, India, was exhlb
lied. Mr. Mooio stated that tho M
clnls of tho runnliiR shops at Jatn.il
pnr'wcro In'svmputhy with tho Y. M
G. A. movement nmoiiR their em
pin) ecs' uml were ready to subscribe
imo u month towiuds subscrlbliiR to
u fund for that purpose.
One or tho most luteiertliiR slides
was u copy or a letter from tho Km
peror of Jupnn to tho Y. M. C. A., In
whli h It Mated that uwiu mm uooii
lent to the Association In recognition
of tlio splendid wink dono by tho As
Hiclntlou durliiR 'tho Uusso-Jnpaneso
Anothir iiiiUiuo picture was that of
tho launch Riven by Miss Helen Mil
'it fiould to tho Y. M. C. A. for uso
on tho rivers of Alaska. Tho military
losts were few uiitl fur apart nnd re
IIrIous sei vices woio seldom held. The
voldlerri asked that somcono mlKht ho
sent to conduct services. Miss Ooiild
riivo tho launch nnd tho M. C. A.
now conduct icRiihir services,
Mr. Mourn showed pictures or men
beliiR lustiiicted In automobile work
In older that they hiIrIH qualify as
chauffeurs, or as the speaker humor
misty stated, to prepare themselvcr
fur un active eampalRii aiwlnst tho
Quick and tho Dead" urlRaiio, wnn
weio lesponslblo for so many deaths
nnd nccldcnts each )e.ir, by r.iieless
dilvlng nnd lniiuaRcment or aulomo
Olhor plctuies portra)ec men and
ho) s leainliiK tho poultry business, or
is Mr. Mooio humoioiisly stated:
"They were preparing to tnko their
ili'Rieo as professors of 'ChlcoloRy.'
At noon today Mr. Mooio spoko nt
tho Honolulu lion Works and will
confer with tho bulldliiR eommltteo of
Iho Y. M. C. A. at 1 p. in. At B;30 p
m ho will speak at the Mnrluo Har
nicks; at 7-31) ho will meet tho mem
liorsfiip eommltteo and nt 9 p. m, will
address the bo)s' R)iu. class. On
Monday 'at tho momberH' rally spec
ial music will bo plajeil, ns Cuuhii's
(lien Club has been secured nnd Ml
Mooio will speak on "How to Mnkn
Rave an cxiiplslto icndltlon of one
if tho classic lomposltlons. Mr.
Talk "presided .at the piano, l)r
Shoib the VelU;, and KiiiT. Kahl tin
It would bo Impossible to describe
each exhibit adequately. All were
pleasliiR, because they were so dlf
fcrcnt. Incli had Its own cliann
nnd Individuality, so Hint one could
go from ono picture to tho other
with u feeling of rest mid iiiitklpn
Hon. AmotiRst those who exhibited
were tho following: Miss Julio i:
Un)iuond, "I.'arly Morning, Mauna
Kca, Illlo"; Annie II. J'urke, "Morn
Iiir I.lgbl, I'enrl Harbor"; Henrietta
KaiiBel, "S.intn Mnrla Novella, rior
enco"; Cordelia Ullmnii, "Ihe
Ilcach"; I.IItu 0. Marshall, "Hawul
lull Mullet"; I). Howard Hltihiotk,
"HvenliiR," "Tho riniuo Tree,"
"Ilalcmniimnu," "Uite Afternoon, '
"Sturm In tho Kan j on," and many
other pictures typlinl of Hawaiian
Bccnery; (Irnce Itobertsou, "At the
Ilench"; Annie Ward, "Innocenso a
Portrait"; Aniin II, Tuckor, "Hvcn
InR In Wahlavva1'; Kloin Jones, "Ho
Bonlas"; Caroline Hnsklns Ourrey,
"Mwy Louise"; A. It. fluney Ji.,
"In tho Studio"; A. N. Sinclair,
Dawn" (exhibited ut the Sixth
Amerkaii Salon); Unsa Hooper
I'lotner, nil cxqulslto miniature ot
Maud Mullcr, and other artistic
studies f nun the brush or this well-
kuown mlulntuie painter.
Tho exhibition will he open to the
public nil this vftck, from 9:30 a. m
to 5 p. m. .
Amongst those present wero the
fnljlowltiR members bf tho society
and their rrlcnds: Prof, uliil Mrs
W. A. Ilrjan, President and Mrs. J,
V. flllmore, Mr. and Mrs. 01b
neaux, Mrs. Hiiiicnianii, Itev. unit
Mrs. rclmy, Mrs. and Miss Ward,
Mrs. A. II. Tinker, Mrs, p. Jones,
Miss A. II. Pnrke, Mr. ami Mis.
(luessefeld, Mrs. and Miss Weaver,
Miss Chun h, Dr. and Mrs. Ilolidy,
Mr. and Miss Newrnmb, Mr. and
Mrs. I), llownid llltthcock, Mr. and
Mis. A. Constabel, Mrs. P. I,. Home,
Dr. and Mis. Illiknoll, Prnr. It. S
llosuior, Mr. Vincent, Mr. nnd Miss
Hhrhoiii, Miss II, l'ungol, Mr. and
Mrs. Webster, Mis. W. II. Cornwall,
Miss I.awienee, Miss Schuoor, Mr.
and Mrs. Talk, Miss Margaiet Old
dings, Dr. ami Mrs. Strauti, Mrs.
Hosn Plotuei, 1'iof. Kahl, Dr. Shorl.
LEWIS SAYS IT'S FALSE
K II Lewis tho nutomnhlto man
has euteicd an emphntie denial to u
stoiy uppeailug 111 n morning paper
lo tho elfeit that one of his maehliio.s
containing a number of round thn 1st
uml tourists had a narrow cbtapo In
going over tho -Pall.
"lively knock In n boost" declared
! n J I ' ''"Irti'UlVMBnirifViilllliMlirtrtl
'tuti S"J'g - --
Tho MiCumber hill to prnvldo for
setoud homestead entries was order
ed favorably reported by tho Semite
Commlttco on Public Lands,
VA acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free water, Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Ideal
ulace tor a chicken ranch.
Also 2.4 acres unlmprovedj'ld
-aai i, 1
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 wants
M.tr'Jt - i i iw -'
V&nr x - - ti
w-- , . .
,1 L ' .M rfe ft
Ml 1 1 8
Some Men Know
Money Will Not Buy Health
And until the aches and ills of the
food transgressor attack them the
value of pure and wisely selected
food is forgotten.
Sometimes 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 gnincd health from its
READS THE BOOK.
"The Road to Wellville" Pointed the
"There's a Reason"
Read, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs.
PHONES 22, AND; 02 v
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. il ' '' " IJW 'el !- ja3KTIV I "HW.
a,-,Aii ijjf Viafc. K.lj. M
Down nt Hot Springs, Ark., tho -,
lsltorx have till sortii of complalnlx. ,
hut it In u nubjei't ot remark that !
tho Krent majority of them hao i
home trouble with stomach and bow
eln. TIiIk mny bo ji.irtly attributed
to tho heavy luedlctueK.
Naturally, under the condition,
tho question of food In cry promi
A nuiiR mnn HtnteH tltt ho hnd
buffered for nine yeaiu fiom'iitomiicU i
ami houel trnublo, had two ope,ra
tlona which did not cure, nnd una at
hint threatened with appendicitis.
Ho went to Hot SprliiKH for rheu
matism nnd his Btomucli truublo got
worxc. Ono day ut breakfast thu
waiter, know Iiir his condition, buk-
Kested bo try Crape-Nuts and cream, Jj
wukii no inn, unit fouiiil tlio fooil
tiKreed wltji hlni perfectly. .1
After the second day he beKitn to -'
sleep peacefully at nlRht, different '
than ho had for je.irs. Tho per-,,
fid illRrstlon of the food quieted, hU
i:eroiiR Hjstem nnd made Bleep pus- )
slhlo. . v.
Ho k.ih: "Tho next moriiliiR I
was anlonlslied to find my coiidltton J
of constipation had disappeared. I J
could not bollctc It trim after mif- S
ferliiR for so tunny years; then I j
took more iutciest 111 the food, rcai'l fl
thu llttlo book, "Tho Ito.ul to Voll-
vllle," nnd stiirtcd following tnel
"I hne mot with such results thntja
in tho last tho weeks I hnvo Riilncdj
elRht pounds In splto of hot bnthtt 4
uhkh Jake nway tho llesh from any- '
' A friend of initio has been en- Si
tlrely cured of n bad casu of IiiiIIrcs- J
Hon nnd stomach troublu by using ';
(liupo-Nuts Pood und creuin nlonu
"There Is one thing In particular -V
I hno noticed u great change In,?'
my mental condition. lornicrly I
i mild hardly remember uiiytlilng,H
und now tho mind, seems unusually
neiilo and retentive. I can rocmor-1
ue praeiiiiiiiynnyiniiiK i desireJiWi