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What, Is Duffy's Pure Mali!
for Infants and Children.
-y What is
V?rt5itf bp'rf and Sootliin? .Syrup. It I
plif01bnti(ln neither Opium, Morphine nor
ottitipjtijfriipife Hiihsthrico' (Narcotics stuifcfy). Tlb
RgflftfMiiHranicc. ti destroys Worms unci allays
rcferlslucs.. It euros Dlarrlurii and Wind' Colic.
It 'relieves 'l'ccthlu? Troubles, wires C'oiistiimtlo'n
and t'iiUulcney. It ussiinilntes the Food, regulates
thoStoniaeh and IIowcls, giving healthy and natural
sleep 'JDhe' Children's -l'a'nacea Tho mother's
, . Tho 7 sftf--r ' ' on crcT wrapper
;nituro of Wut&ZT-CUcJ&U ofBciitiliio Cnitorlu
physicians Recommc.nd Castoria.
" Vf fnUnl t JnTarall,r pralao I hn action of your
Caatoriy" , V,W.TcnYitt,M.II,
.- , UaCalo, N.Y.
DoJLintnyniuMml pHr(l I know of Mttral
tire T'tuVeyp-irCMtotla itai prrtcrlfM-il ami ul
TrlUtcCxlrrinlii' J,Moiwin,M, 1),
"Tour Cattorla fi certainly Uit Rrraiwl rcm,lf
for ehlMrrn I ktmwof. ! know uo othrr (pro
prietary preparation wMch It lt rqatl.'
11. B. BcnwiRTI. 51. D ,
Euui CI17, Ho.
Children Cry for F
In Use For Over 30 Years.
qpHE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
-1 PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, where families can be
accommodated with sleeping quarters, dining
room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
M. E. Silva's Up-to-Date
iT. -E. Silva'i Embalming Room is the best: in fact, the only one
of its kind in this cUy and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care bf'the dead.
L I - J
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors
' ' 34 CHAPLAIN IANE. OPP. CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 17D Night 1014
in ' am.) .Jjr -J-
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102R Nnuann St '
f dm your L'Mlorl tml tltlr IU in la all
fainllh a tvlitra lUro are rrilMren.'
J.'W IIIMDilt, M. I),
Temr Ciwtorla la tho brat rrmtAr In tho irorM
for rhllilrcii ami lha only ino I nao aiil rrrom
mmd." AunLJ SwKTl-iHD, II. I),
T rmn n.M nn. Pnatrirl... a nnrrrtttv. In 111.
.. nP htMMn .tn Mr ..l .it,), trnvt fiann.
ilvct, and full luJorw It ai a fo rtmcdf,"
U.U, U1KK1II, M, II,
Llfiilenant Winter of thr. Klh r.iv
airy was fn town Thursday and took
nincli nt thp Mdana Ilolrl,
A.m. ttlclcs of Now York Oily wrnt
lio-itt-tH on a motor trip nrnnmt tho
iRlnnd of Oahu nn Kuiulny.
Mr Carl Itatcman wa rallocl vory
Hiitlilcnly In l'nrmoRa on InmlnesA. 1U
anil his charming wlfo itcpni foil for
tlmt Island tho last part of tho week.
Mm, .1, S. Wnlkor and Mm. Arthur
Drown, with their children nnd maldn.
loft n-ldny on tho rlaiidlne. They
will Ik1i Knln. Dip Cornwcll ranch on
Maul, for KOtornl inonthn.
Mll,t Wallace of Kona. Hawaii, la
tho Mount) Knout of Mr. WnllirlilRc on
Ilerctanln nveniic. Mrit. WallirldRf and
her sister, Slim ParliR, linvo lioen Rlv
InK a nmiihcr of Informal nffnlia In
Mr, and Mrs. .lack l.ucaa, with their
family, will occupy tho arllMlc (lulld
hniiRalow nt Knalnwnl for tho month
of July ami August Miss Knrn I.ucn
will entertain a iiumhrr of weekend
Mr, riillln Hall, the Irndlnj; tenor
soloist of Central Union Chinch, ha
decided In lcao till fall for New
York, where ho will study for n year.
Mr. Hall will ho creatly missed In the
musical circlo of Honolulu.
Captain and Mrs. Falls' Dinner.
Captain and Mrs. Tails entertained
Wednesday e'enliiB,nt tho YoiiAg Ho.
te complimentary to Major and Mrs.
Torslcr of Lollehua. Tlio tahlp was
attractive In led carnations nnd maid
Lieutenant KIlRoro after a delight
ful trip In tho Northwest, returned tn
Honolulu on tho Hltonlnn, and ex
presses himself as clad to return, l.t,
KIlRoro hn nnmernu friends In Ho
nolulu and hns lieeu kUcii n warm
Mrs. Ernest Waterhouse's Dinner,
Mrs. Krncst Waterhousc cntertalnetl
at dinner Thursday cvenlne. This
dinner was followed by a theatre
party nt tho New Orphcum. Among
her Rticsts were Mrs. Nowcomli and
her brother, Mr, Newcomb, and Miss
Tho following Imitation has been
Mr. and Mrs, Otto Oss request tho
honor of )our presence, at tho mar-
llago of their daughter, Thorn Qlga.
to Mr Clifton Howard Tracy, on Mon
tin) twiitnK, Jul) the eighteen, ono
thousand nlno hundred and ten, nt
eight thirty o'clock. Central Union
Uiulcli, Honolulu, T. II.
Mr. and Mrs. Du Rol's Dinner,
Sunday evening Mr, und Mis. Carl
Du ro entertained nt dinner in hon
or of Captain and Mr Zanders. Cov
ers woro laid for twehe, and tho table
was bedecked In roses nnd violets.
After dinner an Impromptu musical
BY THE LAST CONGRESS
Among tho Important, meaumea
enacted at this cession of Congress
are tho .following:
Itallroad rate bill, clinching the
Roosevelt policy of l'edernl control
of railway rates, and In addition
thereto compelling railroads tn ic
uro tho approval of tho Interstate
Commerce Commission beforo ad
valuing rates, authorizing thn Inter,
stato Commerce Commission to in
stitute proceedings without waiting
for tho tomplalnt of a shipper, cre
ating a special commerce court,
granting tho commission complete,
authority over classification:! nnd
regulations, nnd bringing telegraph
und te)cphono companies under the
scopo of tho Interstate commerce net.
Tho creation of a special commit
tee to Investigate the extent tn.
which railroad stocks aro watered
and report on thn feasibility of fed
eral supervision of all railroad secu
rities. Tho creation o( a system of pos
tal savlngB banks, thus gaining for
smnll depositors tho security of tho
United States treasury nnd guaran
teeing 2 por cent. Intejcps.t,,.. ,.
Thp granting of separate State
hood ' to Arizona and New Mexico.
Conservation leelslaUqn, making
legal laud (withdrawals already
made, and authorising for tha futuro
till those, tha President may deem
Conservation of coal lands pro
moted hy'nuthorlzatlon of agricul
tural entries on the surface, vhlq
TO CUREACOLD IH ONEDAY -
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W, Grove's signature is on
PARIS NEDIUC CO., St. Uuli, HA.
program wa3 rendcj-p.l AmnnR thoqc
present were Mr, and Mrs. nn llol,
Captain and Mrit. Kandcrs Mr nnd
Mrs. Herman Knclfp, Ml Carroll, Mr,
Von nam filj Mr. Kchullro nm Mr
Melnfyre. ' " "
Mrs. T. CIIo naleR, who has been
reported n Jinving ripppmllcltls, I
resting easy nt Dip Quern's Hnspllnl.
Mr. and Mrs. Hepburn, nco Mc-
Cnndless, spent tho wetkend nnd tivcr
thn lib of July at Hnlciwn.
Mrs. Alan Itotlomley hn Issued In
vllntlnnn for a luncheon to be riven
nt her liome In Mnnoa Valley nu Wed
Mr. Cecil Ilrnwn and daughter. Mis
Irene l)lckr.on, tiro sojourning nt their
country honip-nt Knlawal. Mis Ada
Hhodes was lsl(lng them tier tho
lilt of July.
Mr, and Mrs. Walker's Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. J, S Walker enter
taliitil Informnlly nt dinner Wednes
tiny evening. Tho color scheme for
tho tllnuer-wn Wnlet
Mrs. Auguar's Tea,
Mrs. Auguar entertnlued about a
ilorcu of her friends at ten rilduy
afternoon, In nn Informal manner,
Tho hoiiso wns decorated In pink ear
nations nnd maiden hair fern.
Mrs. J. J, Howling, wlfo of Manager
Howling of tho Oahu Plantation, will
lie tho house guest of Mr. and MrR,
William Mnntrosn (Imhnm from Mon
tiny until Saturday of next week.
Mr. and Mrs. (Icrrlt Judd will
Icno on the Maunn'Kca, Tuesday, for
u inp to mo volcano, un uiclr return
en routo to Honolulu they will visit
friend nnd relatives on Maul and
Mrs. Alan Whlto, with her two
charming daughters, will leao In Sep
tember for Paris, wheio sho will take
up n permanent residence. Tho do-
parturo of Mrs. Whlto and her daugh
ters will leave a social void In Ho
Miss Ktennor and Miss Margaret
Waterhouso entertained nt luncheon
nt their home at Pearl Harbor. Krl
day, tn honor' of Mrd. John Scott No
bio and Miss Wenner of Seattle. Tho
party motored to Pearl) Harbor, on
Joying n delicious luncheon which
was Eorved shortly after ono o'clock.
Dr. mid .Mrs Whlttt wot Included
Mrs. Sidney llallou,1 wlfo of Judge
Ballou, will bo 6u6 of iioxt week's
hQstoesos' at an Informal bridge--pnrty
This "nrtcrnoolt"'wnTTo"u tmalf affair
ouly,.twelyo .guosta having been lu
vllctl. Judgotand Mrs. llallou liaye
been greatly mlsssd during tho month
of June, by lhtsmaifcjsct,whdn thoy
wero x)ccnp)lng tho rtlfrod Carter
plhco at Kalawal.' JuJro nnd-Min
llallou returned homo last week.
title to coaf deposits Is reserved to
Two hundred and fifty thousand
dollars appropriated to eunblo tho
tariff board to nsccitalu the differ
ence. In tbo tost of production, at
home nnd abroad, of artlitca Includ
ed In the tariff schedules, smb. In
formation to afford tho basis for nn
a.curato adjustment of tho rates ot
Twenty million dollar bond Usuo
authorized to permit of 'prompt com
pletion of Irrigation projects already
Completion nf thn Meyer schenio
of nnval reorganization.
ProgressU-o naval program, an-
thorlzlng tho construction of two
27,00(Uon battleships, six torpedo
boat destroyers, four submarine tor
i peim hoafs, two colliers, '
Creation of n bureau of mines, de
signed In minimize, dangers tn mlnn
cm phi) ci.
"Whlto slavn" tralllr ponnllzed by
a s)utem of heavy lines for Inter,
stato commerce therein.
Publicity for campaign contribu
tions nindo compulsory,
'immigration ot aliens further pro
tectod by Increased restrictions and
Seal fisheries of Alaska protected
by up-to-date legislation.
Provision mndo for raising the
battleship Maine, now l)lng lu Ha
vana harbor. "
extensive, river nnd harbor 1)111
drafted In accordanco with tho pol
icy ot coordinating these Improve
Provision mada'fnr numornus mic-
i crsary public buildings aVdthe com
pletion nf those alrea'tiyfpc'iftvij S
Thirty thousand dollars appropri
ated to enable tho Dcnsrtmcnt ot
Agriculture to conducCteaUlooltlng
to tho discovery q( a substitute for
What Does It Do?
' It builds up the nerve tissues, tones up the heart, gives power to
the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to the
blood. It brings into action all the vital forces; it makes digestion
perfect and enables you to get from the food you eat all the nourish,
ment it contains.
Jt is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly
children. It strengthens andt sustains the system, is a promoter of good
health and longevity,, makes theioltVyoung and keeps the young strong.
It cures nervousness, typhoid, imalaria, every, form of stomach
trouble, diseases ofthe, throat nd lungiy and is recognized as a medi
cine by doctors of all schools.
Thousands of letters have been received from men and women in
all walks of, life, many t Jhoie nearly 100 years old, extolling the
virtues of, Duffy's Piu. .jtt Whiskey, as the world's greatest medicine.
spruco in tho manufacture ofpiiJn
One hundred nnd fifty1 thousand
dollars provided to enable the geo
logical survey lo,iarry 'on tho work
of gauging stream's and for tho pro
motion ot'tlio conservation 6f'vtitt.
Twn hundred thousand dollars
granted tho Department of Justice,
for tho prosecution of violator 'of
tho Shcrmltn anti-trust law.
Sevcnty.flvo thousand dollars pro
vided for tha use of the Joint com
mission charged with tho dutv of
settling questions, relating to boun
dary waters betwceji tho United
stntcs una Canada.
House rules so revised as to trans
fer responsibility for legislative, ac
tion, frojrti tho Speaker torn nuJoiKv
Of tho lloure, ' "
l'rovhloii made for tho 'iomioiia.
Hon of Justice Moody should ho re
Work of the Special Session of the
Sixty first Congress. " '
ol'ayno turlff bill enacted fevlslng
rates of duty and providing, dual
tariff 8) stem, whereby tho Jtjiilted
States has secured minimum tariff'
from overy civilized nation t-
Kx-ilfio tax Imposed on all corpor
ations, consisting of 1 per tent.,
measured by tho amount of thoh' net
Philippine, tariff law, ndjusllng
duties' In tho archipelago to thon of.
tho United States, enacted
Tariff board, to assist In niimln-.
Istratl'on of dual tariff s) stem, and'
in- nvcsiignio costs or prouuciiop at
homo nnd abroad, created.
Census law, providing for tha
taking nt tho thirteenth consus,
"That fellow seems to bo extrava
gant." "Hopelessly, Spends his j own
money Just us If It were tho Govern-,
ment 's." Kansas City Journal. .
Housewife Aro you willing to 'chop
somo wood for )our dinner? Plod
ding Pelo Sorry, mum, but I am a1
Plnchot mnn. Huston Transcript s
Pit Did Gcorgo get any nearer to
proposing on his last visit? n.tugh
terT think ho did, papa; he naked'
mo If you woiu heavily Insured. Bos
ton Herald. A
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Cicry lady who desires to keep up
her attraetho appearance, whllo at
the Theater, attending Receptions,
when shopping, whllo traveling and
on all occasions, should carry lu her
purso u booklet of (lOURAUU'S OKI.
KNTAh I1KAUTY I.HAVKS. This Is
a dainty little. booklet ot exquisitely
perfumed powdered leaves which are
easily removed and applied to tho
skin. It Is Inv'alunblo when the face
becomes moist and flushed, aud Is far
superior to a powder puff, as It does
not spill and solpihe clothes.
It removes dirt, soot and greasa
from the face. Imparting a cool, dell
lattTblboni to the complexion. Sent
nnywhoro on receipt of Kive Cents In
stamps or coin. 'V. T. HOPKINS, 37
Great Jones St., New York,
When Baby was sick, wo gave her
When sho was a Child she cried for
When she bprnmc Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, she gave them
. Caatorla. , , ..
II h nn ftl-.olnlely pnte dintillation nf mallM grain, great core te.
ing used to have every kernel-thoroughly malted, thus destroying tha
germ and producing a' predigested" liquid -food in the form of a nedt
. , ,., - ""V V' ;fa - a
cinal whisky; softened by warmth nnd moisture, its ,palatability end
freedom from injurious substances render it so that it can be retained
by the most sensitive stomach?
It is a gentle, invigorating
, . ..
Cteafdi'ness Is Better Than
1 ' "Good Resolutions
yEtfe!r It ?
, AsK Your Grocer
stimulant nnd tonic.
BEWARE of imita
tions and substitutes.
They are positively
harmful and are sold
for profit only by un
Xook for the trade
mark, the "Old Chem
ist," on the label, and
be certain the seal
over the cork is un'
Doctor's advice and
medical booklet free.
Rochcste'r, N. Y.,
U. S. A.
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