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EVENING MJU.ETIN, HONOLULU. T. l. SATURDAY. Alio. (!, lflto.
for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is ri Iinrnilcis stitmlilufo for Cnstor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops mid MOothing Syrups. It is
lIcn:ui(. It contains neither Opium, lorpliiuo nor
other Narcotic nubsfnnco (N'nrcotics ntupefy). Its
ngoinits guarantee. It destroys Worms and allay
FcverishiicsH. It cures Dinrrlnen niui Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Countipntion
mid Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Iloivefs, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's I an a ecu The mother's
slpniit nro of
P h y 8 i c La n s
" Mr pstlenU InTwtiblj prle I ho action of your
EuCilo, N. y.
Ii on every wrapper
ZX of Ri'tiulno Cmlorlii
" I km yrair Cutorlt an.l itli. In in la tit
fAnilllii vrLcro tbcro are ttilMrt n." t
J. W. UlMDlLK, M. H
"DnrlnBtnrmnllfM rrwllco I know of n-Ttrnl
tw vl.rr jmM'Mlurk wMWiKtlN-.l n. um.1
wllhsowlrciulln." 'K.Moiuin,.M. n.
' St. I.ul, llo.
"Tonr Cialorlt Ii crrulnly thn crrnitr.1 rfmisly
for (InMrrn I krnwof, I know no nthrr .to
JiilcUr jr rcartlluu Mel. If IK rqnl,"
D.tt.UuwAinz, M. T).
Kmam Cltj. Mo.
' Tonr (itU In Iho hr.t rrmrily In Ilia worM
for r liiklrtu and tho onif t'lia 1 ti.o and recom
mend." Amu V. Bwitlaiid, II. !.,
' Omaha, Neb.
1 IhiTOttusI yonrOi.tt.flA ft pnrfcatlro In Iho
ran tf etnl.lrin for Jims pait lth mot hippy
vlTict, a&il fall cudorto It a a rafc- rrniedjr."
II. D. llKNin, M. II,
Childron Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use Fol' Over 30 Years.
A Say H
RAT and ROACH Paste
I AaI turn lit la CliiaaliiBa AM auaau kjaaf
iMOT.'SSi: Z 1 ' UUA Moneybackllitfails
butii.etc. Heady for,
1rDmedl.no me. For
so jr.tneoniy.niaf i r i I Eoldbv dtaUra
. antecd exterminator A-" ntrvuhtre.
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2 ox bo 25ct
18 o. box $1.00.
y And Then Some
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST
BOTTLED at Nice, France, and made from absolutely
sound, perfect olives. This oil is pure and unadulterated,
It has a unique and delicious flavor peculiar to itself. In
tins with patent spout.
Guaranteed Under the Pure Food and Drugs Act of June,
TOR SALE BY ALL OROOERS
HISTORY OF THE
(By Balplt Hosmer.)
Iot i now trtico hrlefly Uio lilitory
of tho Consepnlkm movement find tliO
causes (lint havj led' up to tho wide
spread ixttcntioti' that tlie subject Is
receiving today. Tho Conservation
mmeinont Is but (he logical outgrowth
Cifmmlfsfon by keeping tho State
Commissions In touch with one nn
other mid In generfit by nctlng as -ft
clearing houso for mnllcrs iiaWii'.; to
do with Conservation.
Iist summer t scnttio ipitp wa
in l,,v .ml in iiiiu lllliu wi-vii iiii.ml i'.,lorillUU IIIU I'll"" ' 1 '
Into cnrs for tho better limnnRcmont t ('nngrcsli. popular orBanhmtlon il
of our forests, tho wiser use of ' itlRnod to meet nt Intorvnla for i
nf tho efforts Unit hnvo been iiinde nf . r0rmocl tho Nntlonal fonsenniloii
Btrcnms nnd the morn IntelllRonl ex ! ronnlilorntlon nnJ discussion of foti-
Iiloltntlon of our inlncrnls. Tltoo cf- nervation prohltms. Tins lotiRress
forts linio Inrgcly followed tho lend,' in rlosely moilcllt'd on tho Nntlnnnl
If thoy hnvo not ftctunlly boon under IrrlRntlon Conprcss, of which it !
tho directions of bureaus of two of really nn outgrowth. It may be ex
tho Kcdernl I)omrtmcnts, Iho tlno-1 pppteil In future to become uti iiRenp)
loRlcnt Survey nnd tho lloclniimtlon
BcrvICo of the Intorlor Depiirtineiit
nnd tho Forest Sbrvlco of the Depart
ment of Agriculture. Kvcn more di
rect Is tho relation of the Korcst Ser
vice to Conservation.
Ilased on tho findings nnd rpcom-
nipndutlons of tho olllclals of the (!po
to bo rockoned with.
In (ho tlllltlinu of 1909 there was or
ganized In Now Votk tho National
Conservation Association, under the
presidency of Dr. Charles William
Ktlot, Into president, of Harvard The
object of this nssnclntlon Is to crys-
tnllJC tho Interest of Individuals into
" IIUHUVUP Ul .I1U llllll,,, tin Ul UIU ,-U- . IIIII'.V lltU ,l,l..uv w. ....-.-
loclpllt Hlirvpv. Iho Itoolnmnllnn Knr." fffprllln ork for UlO flirthcmnio of
vice nnd tho Korcst Servile, tho Con-1 tho Consprvatlon movement. Hercntly
servatlon inovpiuoilt lmd Its begin- l'resldont Ktlot lins retired, to be uc
nlnc In tho boiler utnirerlnllnti of ibn cpodod ns president by Mr. Olffotd
resources or tho nntlon, of their Inter- Plnchot. I)y Joining tins .sociciy 111
rclntlon and of the effect of their ox- illildunls who mlqht not othernlKP
hnustlaii on national prosperity. Tho be nblo to help on tho Conservation
rise of Conservation as n popular movement can render uciiniio am in
movement. In which tho principles n way that will count.
abovo outlined hnvo begun to bo folt At the present tlmo when the fun-
In tnnglhlo form, dates from tho np- dnmcnlnl points at Issue lire in tian
polntmcnt of tho Inland Wntomnys Kr of being obscured temporarily Ij)
Comuilsslon by President Hoosovelt Iho dust rnlspd bv tho buttle oier
on March H, 1907. Tlila Commission minor, tliougli In themselves Import-,
was asked "to prepare nnd report n nnt Issues, II Is especially desirable
comprehensive plnn for tho Improve- hl '""e'1 n" orRiuilwitloii as the Nil
ment nnd control of the river systems t'omit Conservation Association
of tho United 8tntes" nnd further, should bo given effective nnd hearty
because "It Is not possible to properly support,
frnmo so large n plnn ns this for tho' Tllp National Conservntlon Assocln
control of our rhers without tnklug tlon Is cnRnged In'ali active cnmpnlgn
account of the orderly development 'nvr of the pnssnRO of Cnnservn
of other nnturnl resources" tho Com- thin bills. The BtroiiRer the nssor.l.i
ullsslon wns nsked to "consider tho tnn ls " inembprshlp nnd funiN, tho
rclntlons of tho strenms to the use mf cffcctlicly can It carry out Its
of all tho great permanent nnturnl ro- program. Indlvldunls enrj do little
sources and their conservation for nlonc; organized, n few earnest men
tho mnklng nnd maintenance of pros- nro n power. All of which, put In
porous homos." I other words mean that tho friends
Field Found l.urge. ' Conservntlon In Hawaii can. If
Tho preliminary roirort of the In-,t'y w"l. llc,l' a" m,lcl1 ns cnn """u
land Wnterways Commission wns'on ",0 mainland,
mndo to tho President In February,! Membership In tho National Con
I90S, wns transmitted by him to Con- servntlon Association Is two dollar
Kress and was nubllshnl. Tl.o Invoati. n jenr; nctlve members, live dollars
gatlons of this body having mndo It -Mr Hosmer will bo glad to receive
apparent that the Held to bo covored uni1 forward the application of any
wns larger than could bo hnndled by ono w" wo,"u MK0 "' "e enroueii i
the Waterways Commission, Presl .Nwdt ' Hiinnll.
dent Iloosovolt Issued n call In No- AncJ llero ll "'"V ,10t ,,c InnpproprN
vembcr. 1907. for n Consprvnilnn dm. nto parenthetically to remark th.1t
gross to bo held at tho Whito lloufco thero nro few parts of the Union hero
In May, 1908, to which were Invited th0 mr or Conservntlon oonio mi
tho Oovcrnors of nil tho Stntcs ,,f. (close to" the avcrago man ns they do
flclals of various brunches of tho Kcd-"icro ln "nwali. The whole economic
crnl Goicrnuieut, represcutathes I fabric of this Territory Is bound up
from ninny organizations having to wlth tl10 rlKl,t ll" of to1- W,,M
do with the natural resources, and nna Innd8' UnJcr m,r clinractcrlstlc
delegates from each State, designated .conditions of climate nnd topography
by tbo Governor. The conference "" "" " -i "' n-i'i" "
Insted three dnys and wns a nieinor-1" rcsu . u'u""Jr , , , "10
ublo occnslon In many ways perhaps conummnco oi i no loresu- .iiiioui
tho most Important feature being the w?" what would .our .ngJcnUure
precedent thereby established of oc- """""'l '"' , . ...
cnslonnl meetings of the Governors .B" using wau-r ... .ore-.is
that bids fair to develop Into a highly ! """y I,er'mPR rcnwsi neeu .n
useful, If technically unoindal n of I U.n"n" ls for " l.'PttPr 'c""'"u n
Long, Heavy Hair?
Then treat your hair well. Sec
that it Is properly fed. Growth'
of every kind 'demands proper
food. Starved hair splits at (he
ends, turns prematurely gray,
keeps short and dry. Then feed
your hair. Feed it with proper
food, a regular hair-food. Teed
It with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
luxuriant hair. Ask your doctor
aboutyourhairand about Aycr's
Hair Vigor. Follow !,: advice.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THO HAIR
ifjlltnttltt I. C Aj" d Co , lee''. Hill. U "! -
THE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING ; ".
A PARLOR is the latest move in the -undertaking
line, jvhere families can be
acccmm:dated with sleeping quarters, dining
room; kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
vui.so to in:
i ' ' 'I.L' f
M E Silvn't Up to-Date Funeral Parlors
government nctlilty. A declaration
of principles was drawn up nnd up-
proved that has been adopted ns tho
charter ns It were, of tho Conservntlon
movement. The results of this con
ference wcro published by authority
of Congress, ns a stout volume during
tho summer of 1909.
of tho caro of tho land Itself tho
i prevention of waste, tho iniilntennnce
of fertility nnd tho Increase of soil
productivity. With theso material
questions, vrc In Hawaii also face In a
moro Intlmnto way than do many
communities some of tho larger ojhm-
tlons of public health, which no ess
M....I.. f ,.... IDAO It. 1.1 .
i,un; III .lUIIC, ino, I ll'B.lll'.ll ,,....,.., ..!.,,.. ......., I., ,l.l
I,, ..,. . ... I.. ,., i , I imwil.l ii.u t.iuiij. cmiic.ii'-ii in mm
oosevel reappointed and enlarged ef um, ,,, be nAi , ,,
Litj iiuuiiii uittci t tyn VrfUiuiiiineitiii
1,'upVk.cht ug'im- "Viy.
gBgXflHSKaiasKu." 'tsBgswWWWsMR.' - v .' tWrs
ST E Silvn' Embalmipp; Room is the best : in fact, the only one
of its kind In this city and county with modern ideas pertaining to the
care of the dead.
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors-
3d CHAPLAIN LANE. OPP. CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 179 NiRht 10H
nnd nlso cicntcd tho S'atlonal Conser
vntlon Commission, with four sec
tions wutcr, hinds, forests nnd min
erals. This body at onco undertook
their part In seeing to It that action
Is taken that will put tho principles of
Conservation Into nctlvo practice.
The l'nliiN at Issue.
This brings tho history of the movo
nu Inientory of tho nnturnl resources) mtMlt ,own , thft pregont ,mnlstru
of tho United States, which It com- ,...., s,nrn ,., in-n,,,!,,- nf pPA.i.
. . . . .. . .n m, .1 " ' "
pictcil in uecciuuor. mm. uio rep.in.llcnt Tl,ft.tll0 progress of uffnlra has
in uiu .siiuoii.il v.u..u.vmi.. v...... ot ,eo K() H,n(,(, s under tho last
mission wns submitted to President ndiiilnlstrntlon. It Is n complicated
lloosevclt In January, 1909, and by j nltuntlon that now obtnlns ami tho
him transmitted to Congress. The tlniu Is not et when the end Is In
main report was accompanied by ro- night. For n correct understanding
ports covering enen oi mo sections r tho existing condition It Is Im
nnu niso ny ii.iiueruuH iUiuin i.m- portnnt Hint certain facts he Rot
pared by experts in various lines, u clearly In mind and that tho essential
Is one of the most fundamentally Im- points of variance bo sharply def-
portunt documents over luld before ferenthited from quart els arising
uio American peopio. jrrom tho conflicting opinions of In-
Suhseqi'ent to tho Conferenco of the tcrestcd Individuals, especially wherd
Govornors In May, 190S, thirty-six of these nro concerned chiefly with the
tlio States nnu Territories lormeu details of administration
Conservation Commissions. In De-! .
cember, 1908, n becond Conferenco of ii rillir PI llllti
Governors was called nt Washing- IlTlllTir III AlllM
ton, at which meeting tho Ilndlngs LLl,L ULdllllO
of tho National Conservation Commis
sion was first mado public. This con
ferenco adopted resolutions cummtfifd-'
Ing thnt report and urged on Con
gress tho Importance of taking action
along lines following tho rccommen
Princeton. N J, July 2.1. Profes
sor Woodrow Wilson, president of
Princeton university, will bo the Dem
mralk: cruidldato for Governor of Now
Jersey at the election next No ember
This was decided upon at n conference
between Professor Wilson and n
dozen or moro prominent New Jersey
Democrats hold nt tho Uiwyers' Club
In New York city. I'rofcsror Wilson
cumo down from his country home Id
I.) me, Conn., to attend the eonfeieiico
For several months President Wilson
has hem mentioned 111 connect Inn
with tho nomination, but bo did not
give the mutter serious consideration
for some tlmo. Meanwhile Frank
Kutzenbach of Trenton, who wns tho
candidate two years ago and who
came within GOOD ntos of defeating
Gomrnor Fort; Senator George S Sll-
zcr of Middlesex, Mnyor II Otto Wltt
penn of Jersey City mid Assemblyman
Kdwnrd Kennedy of Kearny, Hudson
county, nnnounci'd tjjomsolu'H as enn
dldutes. Tho sentiment for 'rolcstor
WIIboii continued to -.row. 'ind, while
tho party lendors seemed tJ fnwir
Katzenbacb for the nomination be
cause of the excellent slinwlni; bo
mndo against (loieruor Fort, they
realized thnt If Professor Wilson
would take tho nomination It would
Insure the state for tho Democrats. It
wasn't an ensy mutt'.-r to gl I'rofm-
sor Wilson's. consent to Btnud ah a
candidate, but finally lie yielded, sav
ing, "I hae always laiiRht ny boy
that they should bo ready to meet any
emergency that should nrlso.' Pro
fessor Wilson, It Is understood, will in
u few day Issue u stutement anuounc-
Hng his candidacy
I iHiiiiimi mill i m mii53mamgM
Petition In bnnkruptcv ultb assets
or $50 nnd liabilities amounting In
II.. 1.11.1!! hit Iren llleil In the Feilerul
dntlons of Uio Commlslon's roport. court by Henry A. Kleniiuo The ns
At tills meeting, too, was organized 1 80tH of'flity dollars conslsi of one
tho Joint Committee on Conservation uniform ,,,,,1 M.,lrii of Mm Kniimmi
designed to nfllllnto tho sevornl Stnto
commissions for .edectlyo action.
The next event of Importance was
tho "Tnwney Amendmont" to tho
Sundry Civil mil, which becumo luw
Kleiunio ,ln his potlllon slntos "lliat
ho owes Sonttlo Urewlng and Mailing
Coiupnii) $2,033.30 for beer, tho com
puny holding thlrty-soen of his notes
covering this amount None of tho
AUDIT COMPANY OF
024 BETHEL STREET
Leaves nothing but clean
floors, the odors of cleanli
ness and evidence of good
Your grocer will supply
you with PAUKAH ANA.
If not notify
F. L. WALDRON,
on .March 4, 1909. This prohibits tho ,., llKrtlg, ,, , t,ef.llm,
M.e..u.i.B o Puuni: .u.K uyu, .or ,, ,, ,, , , , for
any Cominlsslon not specl lcally ere- m,ll(Uclum
uted by Congress and forbids goiern-
ment ofllcinlB fiom assisting In tho
work of any commission unless so ap
pointed This amendment effectual
ly stopped tho activities of the Nn
tlonal Conservation Commission. Hut
It did not stop the campaign, for the
Joint Committer on Conservation, bit
ing nu unofllclal body, has continued
the work ot the National Conservation
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