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her recent trip East. The most stylish
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worn in the fashion centers ot Europe
and 'America. The display
fully twice as large as
'opening- will be
assortment of Children's Easter
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'attend the Grand Opening.
at any previous
teaturc of this
a very attractive
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INSURGENTS AND CANNON
BATTLE ALL NIGH !
WASlIINCiTON, D. C. Mar. 18. 2:30 n. m. CcniRrcss In mill In
session, lifter n wild night of polltlcnl battle, In which the Republican
Insurgents nnd the Democrats repeatedly defeated the Cannon "teg
ular" Hepubllraii forced.
At 2:30 this morning, In an effort to gain time, the Republicans
moved nn adjournment. It was their third effort to adjourn, and It
was defeated by n oto of 134 to 135, amid wild excitement. Hurry
up calls had been pent by wire to New York nnd l'hlladelphla to get
ihsent members Into the chamber, nnd the debate continues nt this
hour, 2:3b a. in., with Republicans sending messages "in ccry direc
tion to get together enough regains to at least force nu adjournment.
Tho debate was precipitated over n trivial matter, but It served
lo cniisu an outbreak of the antl-Cnuuon sentiment and bring on a
The battle against the IIouso rules was the fiercest ever waged on
tho subject, l'arty lines were completely obliterated In -the discussion
of the rules of tho House, which the Democrats nnd tho Insurgents
claim give the speaker undue power.
Tor eleven hours a debate ragd which will bo historic, and as It
drew to a close the regular Republicans were found filibustering, be
ing iinablo to carry their sldo In n vote. They attempted to adjourn
repeatedly, but tho Insurgents and Democrats wero In n majority and
Insisted on forcing tho Issue.
During the day session tho Insurgents nnd Democrats twice de
feated the icgular Republicans,, Tiie tasto of blood seemed to Inful I
ite the nutl-Cannou fortes. There was an unexpected concerted move
ment against Speaker Cannon. Tho best orators on all sides spoke In
:i fierce debato over llouso rules.
Speaker Cannon left tho chair and look tho floor In defenso of
his own actions.
News of tho great polltlcnl battle spread about tho city, and tho
galleries of Congress wero quickly Jammed with spectators, who are
still watching the proceedings at 12:30 this morning.
At this tlmo tho Cnlinonltes nro lighting only for time. Their ef
forts to cuuso an adjournment having fulled, they nro seeking to de
lay matters until they can call In moro regulars who nro absent. Auto
mobiles are busy seeking absent rogu1aistind tho party leaders think
they ran snvo tho day for Cannon If they can delay a vote long enough
lo bring In absent regular Republicans.
There Is n motion before the llouso to nppolnt nn entirely now
committee on rules, and deprive tho Speaker of power to appoint committees.
March Furniture Sale
J. Hopp & Co., 185 King St.
STOLE THE SOD OF IRELAND. '
CHICAliO, Mar.-17. A pleco of Irlsholl, Imported for the pur
pose of today's St. Patrick's D.iy cclebintlolr, was stolen nnd could not
bo used in tho ceremonies ns planned. President Tuft was lo hnvo
stood on the Imported Irish soil In making his address to a gathering
or Hibernians, but when tho meeting time came tho soil could not bo
found. Someone had stolen It, and ho tho l'resldcnt was not nlilo to
stand on Irish soil while ho talked on Ireland's day. Tho theft or
the "mild sod" which had been specially Imported for the occasion Is
a noslcry, ' '
ROOSEVELT COMING HOME.
KHARTOUM. Mar, 17. President Hoosoclt nnd family left today
ror Cairo, the ox-l'rosldent giving his final fmewelljo his Afilcun hunt
ing trip. There wcie very nffectllig farewells between Roosevelt and
those who have been his companions during the many months of his
trip. Colonel Roosevelt nnd family are now on their way home, to
call nt several tiuropcnii capitals on route, where great receptions
await tho cx-I'rcsldcnt. '
THE-MEANING OF .April 15, 1910, was with tho family or
CENSUS "DWELLING" I In "tho dwelling place for which the
' I enumeration is being nude. Tho head
Instructions as to Filling Out Blanks ' of Hie family is in bo entered (list;
When .Entering "Families" and then tho wlfo; next tho children
What Constitutes an Abode, whether sons yr daughters, In the or
. - jder or their ages; anil lastly, all other
' WASHINGTON, D. C, March 3. persoiiB living with tho family, whether
JTho official definitions of tho tonus l datives, boarders, logdcrs, or serv-
"dwelling hoiiso" nnd "family," slth jaVita. Tho head of tho family, whether
rorerenco to tho population schcilulo to
bo carried by the enumerators in tho
Thirteenth United States Census, be
ginning April ICth Qcxt, aro explained
In tho Census Ilurcau's lengthy pi lut
ed Instructions to tho canvassers. It
Is pointed out that tho nnswoVs should
Telato only to conditions existing on
April 15th, tho "Census Day."
Tho words "dwolllng hnuso" and
"family" arc, for census purposed, giv
en a much wider application than they
havo In ordinary speech.
A "dwolllng" Is dcltucd as u pluco In
.which, at, tho time of tho census, ouoor
moro perspns regularly sleep, it need
hot bo a house Ju tho common meaning
of tho word," but may bo, for oxnmplo.n
loom In n factory, storo, or fifllru build
Ing, a loft over a stnblo a canal bout
a tent, or n wigwam. Tho term also In
cludes a hotel," hoarding or lodging
house, an Institution or school building
It persons regularly sleep there, ns
woll as tho ordinary dwolllng house.
A "family," as a census term, may
mean a group of Individuals who oc
cupy Jointly a dwelling pl.ice or part
Of a dwelling plnco, -or anJndiWdnal
living ulnno In any pluco ofjibodo. All
tho occupants imil employees of a ho
tel, If they regularly sleop thero, mako
up a single family, because they occupy
ono dwelling place, and persons living
nlono in cabins, huts, or tents; persons
occupying a loom qr rooms In public
buildings, stoies, warehouses fnctotles,
jor stables;' and persons sleeping on
river boats, cunul bouts barges, etc..
If they havo no other usual plnco of
"abode, aro regarded as fnmllles.
The enumerators nro requited to en
ter" nn the schedule tho nimo of every
pci sou whoso usual plnco of abode on
husband or father, widow or unman
ried person of cither sex. is to be deslg
nnlnl by iho word "head;" ami the
other members of n family, as wlfo
father, mother, son, daughter, grand
son, daugutcr-lu-law, uncle, mint.
niece, boarder, lodger, scrvunt, etc., ac
cording In tho particular relationship
which tho person bears to tho head of
Agricultural Expert, Discussing Food
Crisis, Thinks Too Few of Po.
pulation Are Engaged in Rais
I'illhADHM'HlA "It costs moro
to get tho common necessities of ,.(e
in tho United States today than In
any other country In tho world," de
clared James Wllbon, secretary of
agriculture, In an address before tho
MnnufncturerB Club of this city on
"Tho .I'lescntTood 'Crisis." He add
ed: "It has been said that iho Ameri
can Is tho best fed, best clothed, best
educated and best housed man upon
earth. 'e shall have to add now
that lie Is the most expensively fed."
Secretary Wilson, pointed out that
Hie fundamental difficulty was that
the people aio leaving tho farms to
such nn extent thut theie are nut
enough lemnlnlng to pioduce tho
food of tho tlicieaslng population. Ho
wild h was convinced that combina
tions of letnilers, wholesaler and
tlio llkn wero responsible. In gioat
menHiiio for keeping up prices,
, ELECT M'LEAN
Stereopticon vSlides To
Be Given Secretary
( J. F. Moore
At tho regular weekly meeting of
tho 1'romcjtlou Committee jcstcnlny
afternoon, Jnmes V. McU'an, vice
president of tho Intcr-lsland Stcnm
Navigation Company, was unanimous
ly elected chad man of tho I'loiuntlon
Committee, tlco V. A. Iloweu, re
signed. Tho motion vus muilo by W.
II. Hoogs and bocomlod by R. II. Trent.
After tho minutes of tho piovlous
meeting hud been rend and npprocd
the icgular routine buslne?: was put
through. V. A, Ilowen was picsent
lo seo Mr. McLean elected but staled
that owing to pressure of business li
would hnvo to bo excused from par
llclpntlng further In tho meeting I3n
foro taking leave Mr. Ilowen si.'d: "I
hnui enjoyed myself with joii unci am
most leliictuut to leavu tho I'mmnllon
Committee but I feel that It Is In sale
keeping under tho chulrmansM,) of
R. II. Trent moved ami .1. I'- Hush
ficonded tin t a volo or lli-niht !o o--endtil
an I ucoided on tho minutes
to .Mr. Iloi.en In appro-mllou o! In-,
fi.it.u'ul and excellent ivanlcc ThiE
vas unanimously carit.it.
Arilng Scerjlnry Coo'j.'r staled Unit
tliii'tiiMnm-i .lllelnls won In tio habit
f.r levying .lien on vai'nu tvickiii "h
of literature sent In ox.'hange foi Ma
.fail literature ami tint ho thought
.l.r.t ns It was not meroli nulls i In the
strictest, sense of tho w.ird, thnt this
literature pent from other promotion
organizations should bo idmlttod fine.
;Cr. Cooper stated that sometimes dutv
.as levied and at other timet, similar
leeknges wio admitted fict The
Promotion Committee will take lilts
matter up with tho customs officials
with n view to having this literature
rrom various Chambers of Commerce
on Iho munland admitted free of duty
Thousands of pleturo post cards de
pleting typical Hawaiian scenery will
bo mulled In tho eouri-o of a few dus
to school teachers mi the mainland, so
thut their pupils may havo tho opior
tunlty of viewing tho glories of tho
Territory. Suitable data has been In
scilbod on tho correspondence sldo to
tho effect that thero Is no July or Aug
ust In Hawaii, all summer days nro
A letter was read asking If tho Pro
motion Cnmmltteo would furnish .(T.
Mooro International traveling seeie
tary of Iho V M. C, A., with u set of
stereopticon slides of Hawaiian scenes
Mr Ilowen staled tint lie IihiI taken
Mr Mooie mi Tant'iliis the previous
day, and that ho was ono or tho most
'enthusiastic men ho had over hail the
plensuio or mooting. It II. Tient
moved nnd .1. R lltn.li seconded that
ti complete tot of slides be furnished Waity Bldg,
Mr, Mooie, ns being n public speaker
nnd traveling" so many miles annually
he would bo abo to boost Hnwnll in n
manner t iut.puM uo ikjiiiuI to in
crease the popularity of these Island!
on the mainland.
v. II. Hoogs stated that (lencrnl
Mannger O. S. Dearborn nnd General
Agent Mnrso of Iho American Hi
wallan Steamship Company had been
most liberal In tho manner 'if cutting
tho rrelght bill down on material lo
bo shipped to Atlantic City for use In
the Promotion Committee's new
branch. Homo fifty tons of ciiiIoh
pictures, pineapples, and' lltrntuto
etc., hnvo been Shipped per tho S. S
Virginian, but thnt owing to tho gen
eioslty of Mr Deaiborn tho freight
bill had been ledueed by nt least K'OO
It was unanimously resolved that tin
Promotion Commltleo send n letti-r o'
thanks to tho General Mannger of tl e
American-Hawaiian Strnnishln coin
pnny In recognition of his liberality.
J. R Hush stated that tho coral at
Walklkl beach opposite tho Mo.ino
and Seaside hotels would bo attended
til and that in tho near futuip a pot
Hon of tho beach would bo oletred of
this dangeious growth, so that huthciF
conld enjoy their nwlni without tear
of Injury. Mr. Hush snld that ho ha I
been to seo Afteistrin Campbell nlinui
this and that tho Sutierlntendeiil of
Public Works hud stated that It wouh'
be somo tlmo beforo nnvthlnit definite
was dono as other works moro press
ing had Urst to bo undci taken. Mr
flush will Interview tho niaiiiigemeiil
of llieso hotels nt oneo to nseer
tain what action they. Intend taking In
having n iiortlnn of tho bench rlcuul
PASSION FOR CANDY
GIVES GIRL PELLAGRA
Physicians Watch Case of Maid With
an Insatiable Greed for Cheap
PIIOKNIX, (Ariz.), March 3. Dr.
Ilaton of Tombstone lias reported
what he believed to bo n woll ad
vanced cnSo of pellagra. The vic
tim Is tho daughter ot Pedro Ml
chaelcna of Holomonville, nn inter
preter In tho District Couit them
Tho girl Is known to hnvo nil Insut
lablo appetite for randy, and to havo
consumed much of' the cheaper kind
of sweets, containing glucose, n corn
pioduct. Several physicians of tho
tetrltory are taking nu Interest In
IVi acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-loom cottage, Free water. Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced, Iaeal
place for a chicken ranch, '
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. Kfng 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 wants
. i Li ajM
vrAX ' vl ii
' siA -" M M H Tmm l.
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 y
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 gained health from its
There's a Reason"
Read, "The Koad to Wcllvillc," in pkgs.
Henry May & Co.
DISTRIBUTERS PHONES 22 AND 92
- READS THE BOOK.
"The Road to Wellville" Pointed the
Down at licit Hprlnns, Ark., tho
visitors hnvo nil sorts of complaints,
hut It Is u Btihjcct ot remark thnt
lh- Rieat majority of them h:uo
soma trmihlo with stomach mid how
els. This may ho partly nttrlhiitolt
to tho heavy medicines.
Naturally, under tho conditions,
tho question uf food Is ery promi
nent. ,. ,4
A jouiiK man stntcs that ho had
suffered for nine years from gtomncli
nml howcl trouble, hail two opera
tions which did not cure, ami was at
last thieatened with appendicitis.
Ho went to lint HprlnKs for rheu
matism ami lils stomach trouble K't
worse. Ono ilny at breakfast tho
waiter, knowing his condition, suk
Rrsted ha tiy Crape-Nuts and cream,
which ha illil, anil found the food
aeiecd with hint perfectly.
After tho second day he hcRnu to
sleep peacefully nt night, different
than ho had for years. Tho per
fect digestion of tho food quieted Ills
nervous sjstem and mndu sleep pos
Ilo says: "Tho ne.t morning 1 ,
wim astonished lo llndny condition
of constipation had disappeared. I
(ould not believe It iron after suf
fering for so iminy years; then 1
took moro interest In tho food, re.nl
the little book, "Tho Hn.nl to Well
lllo," nnd started following too
Umplo dliectlons. -
"I haver met with such lesults that
In the lust IHo wcoks I hno gained
eight pounds In spite of hot baths
which tuko away tho tlesli from alijr
one. ' A friend of mine has been en
tirety cured of n bud case of Indiges
tion and stomach trouble by using
(liiipe-Xuts rood nnd cream nlonu
for In eak fast.
"There is one thing in particular
1 have noticed n gicut change In
iny mental condition, Forntorly I
could hardly remember anything,
and now tho mind heeins unusually
acute nnd reteuthn. I can memnr
Ire practically anything desire,"
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V. Aw.; 4 , -' , ,r i,: t, 'a
mii im.mae-rm m ' .