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FA'fiNINQ nUU.ETIN, HOKOMJMJ, T. II. Ttll'ilsnAY. At'O. IS. lAlO.
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fo'r. Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
n ASTORIA lias mot with pronounce J favor on the part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies and medical ntithoiltics. It Is mod by physlciani
with results most graffylng1. Tlio exit ndcil uso of Castoria Is ummcstionubly tlio
result of thrco facts.: 1st, The Indbputnblo evidence that It Is harmless I 2nd,
Tliat It not only allays stomach puins and unlets Ilia nerves, but assimilates tho
food; 3rd, It l,aii agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil. It is absolutely
safe. 'It does not contain any opium, morphine or other narcotic and does not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Datcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
Tliis is a good ileal for a medical journal to Kay. Our duty, however, is to expose,
danger nnd record tho means of advancing health, Tlio d.iy for poisoning inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, Cus
on'a Is a remedy wliiih produces composure ami lic.-illh, by r.-gululing Ilia
ijkteni not by stupefying it and our readers oro entitled to the inform llion.
iiuifi Journal of Ueallh,
tour Cutorli tUndt Urn In 1U cUt. la my
U ;' ytan of prtctlce I can ptjr X nerer hare f ouiid
mjUilog that 10 tiled the place."
WlLUiM UlLHOKT, M. D.,
t bare nwd yonr CulorU la tht cam of 1117 own
btbj and flud It jitcaaaQt to Uke, and bave obulneil
icellcnt rcaulta from lU dm,"
8. A. Decniffm, M. D.,
M I Uke pleunra tn recommending your Cutorl,
baling recommended Ita ue In manjr nitanrti, and
consider It the beat laxative tint could be wed,
t$iclklf for children.
Natiiakul K. Kino, il. D., St. Irali, Mo.
Ot&U dim or hi
I h.vd qpM yrur Cutitl a.l ourd It an
exrelNtit rcimlj tu in l.tMifcbOid aid prltatv
Jractito tot man j earr, Tj rorm&.a U excclltii L"
H. J. Tirr M. J).,
lir&okljn, N. If.
I find yoar Castoria to 1o a tundnrd unity
remtdy. It la tbe best tiling for Infanta and cbtl
dixu I Lave ever known and I recommend IL'
K. K. ExKiLbeoM, M. I).,
IUtIdr daring tho paet pit yearc prescribed yonr
Caftorla for Infantile elomacb diwrdera. I moot
hrarllly commend lla nxe. The formula conUlna
uolblug JtKteriotu to the moptdellcateof children,"
J. IJ. Eluott, M. I)., New Yoik CUj.
Children Cry for
In Use For
Over 3 0 Years.
Late Local Sugar Man
Would Keep Wife
OAKLAND. August 9 Tile will of
Many, ljcacun, the lute Hawaiian sug
nr iilnritof. was Hied in the Superior
piurt here today for probate, It pio-
Mdliig that, should his wife, Cather
ine W, W. Deacon, nt any time re
marry, she shall recelie only one-half
of the property which the will other
wise bequeaths her.
Deacon Ionics to his wife nit tlio
money to be realized fiom Insiirniice
policies on his life, anil divides his
Inicstiuents In sugar and commercial
stocks iqunlly nmong Ills wlfo mid
, ttnlr three sons. Charles , Sheldon
IT. and Clde Deacon.
One thousand dollars Is given lo n
staler of the testator, Frances I).
iKutchuin; JSiiO to such charltahlo or
gaiilzutlous us Mrs. IVcaeon shall elect.
Narlous iiersonal property and trlu'
kcts are given to tho sous, nud the
lesldue of tho properly given to the
wife, with tho provision concerning
i lie wlio nml Clinrles v. Deacon, a
son, tire named executrix nml execu
tor, r speellvch, of the will. No esti
mate of the value of the estate has
been made, but It Is large
Shop Early Saturday
We Close at 1 p.m.
Our SATURDAY SPECIALS will afford Golden Oppor
trinities to Economize, They arc evcry-day necessities at
COTTON COVERT CLOTH Suitable for Riding and
, Tramping- Skirts; in Qrey and Brown Mixtures. 20c a yard,
special 12Vic a yard,
SILK NET GLOVES For the warm days: in Black,
White, Pongee and Grey. C5c a pair, special 50c.
ALDWOOL CHALLIES In floral designs nnd silk
stripes; two qualities. 75c a yard, special 53c; COc a yard,
3G-INCH PERCALES A line of our regular 122c
stock' we will clear at 12 yards for $1.
WIIJTE .GRASS LINEN SQUARES Hand embroidered
in Blue, slightly soiled. Size 34x34, regular $4.50, special
?2.75; size 27x27, tegular $3, special $2.25.
. ! ' WHITE NORMANDY LACES and Insertions to match
Laces 3 to 5 inches wide; Insertions 1 to 2 inches wide.
Regular 15c a yard, special 5c a yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
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nel nml came alongside the Alakea
While the entire responsibility of
the welfare of the excursion party
does not fall upon the genial I.tul
vlgpnn, ho has nt least n bilHy two
mouths before him.
Manager Mllno nf the t.os Angeles
party Is an old hnnd nt the business,
lie promises the hundred and eight
een n trip the memory of which will
hardly lie effaced within a lifetime.
While the Mongolia wilt be the home
of the travelers nt sea, tho fluent
hotels of the Orient are nt their
command when nshore.
Tho Itinerary Includes another
brief stop nt Honolulu on the return
Thero will be two similar views of
After tho first round of sightsee
ing In Jap in, tho ship will turn her
nose to Manlln. wliero full oiinortu-
nlty will bo had for seeing what has
been accomplished there by tho Unit
ed Ht.ites lialng Implanted Its Insti
tutions updor irniilmi tnirronndlngs.
Thts Mongolia Will then he.nl ror
China, whero front twelvo to four
teen days will he passed ut the most
Interesting cities In the empire, In
cluding tho Kngltgli ports nnd the
ancient Portuguese rlty of Mncno,
I'mm China n return will h mado
lo the ports of Japan, tuce another
stop will le hud nt Honolulu, ami
op Ofiohsr H the Moiifolla will
dock nt Jtan Kritnolsco, anil thoso of
I lie company who wish will be takon
In Los Angeles In another special
train of Pullman curs. '
The Iis Angeles llxamlner has ar
ranged for every detn.ll of the Jour-
I!. II. Lewis had tho Job of trans
porting the party about Honolulu
and the outlying districts, employ
ing twenty-five automobiles In the
work. Tho party first paid a visit
to tho Pall, thence- to Pearl Harbor
and I.ollohun, and, returning, par
took of n fluo lunch Berved nt tho
Moana Hotel, Tno tourists wero
left to themselves during the early
part of the afternoon. Many spent
the time at Walklkl lleach, others
viewed the fishes at the Aquarium.
Tho party Includes some of the
hest-hnown business nnd profession
al men of the Southwest,
Conspicuous among them nro
Isaac Tuft Stoddard of Phoenix,
Ariz., nnd Hen A. Packard of Doug
lass, Ariz. Mr Stoddard Is a cousin
Last Three Days-Men's $3.00 Shoe Sale
Though the sizes are somewhat broken after the heavy
selling of past few daysmany of the best styles and
sizes are still here. It Trill pay you to step in
and try to be fitted. $4, $4.50, and $5 values
in Men's High Grade Shoes at $3.00
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
of President Tuft, and was formerl
Territorial Hecretni of Arizona,
much of the time niilug ns gnerunr. '
lie .Is ari-uiiipaiiled li) Mrs. Stod.
Mr Packard, wIiorp -wife nnd
daughter are with blui. is president'
of the l-'lrst N.itlnnnl Hank of Doug
las, nnd hns extensile Hie sto'k In
terests. . j
An Interesting member of the
party Is Ihnll Zauz piesldent of the
I'list National Hank of Phoenix nnd
twice mayor uf that elt. He Is nu
octogenarian, hut as well nnd alert
as a man many jenrs yuunncr. I
lleujamlu noodrhh of Tombstone,
Ariz., who has Mrs (loodrlch with I
him, Is one of the lending lawers of
(1. T. Htamtii uf l.os Angeles Is a
retired banker. He Is accompanied
1... II.. Dl. R...I I , I. I
iij ..iip. oitiuiiii uiiii it Bun nun millili
ter. I'red I,. Alles, n prominent busi
ness man of !. Angeles, and a
member of the Clinmber of Com
merce of that vit will be recalled
ns a visitor lo the Islands with the
I,os Angeles Chnmlier of Commerce
excursion In 107. Mrs. Alles Is
T. I.. I.eszynsk.1, a well known
business man of San Diego, Is ac
companied by his two sisters nnd
John Long, n retired banker, of the
Some other members nre Charles
A. Ilrnnt, manager of the Kl Tovnr
Hotel, (Irani) Canon. Ariz., and his
wife; Dr. S. 8. Crow of Los Angeles,
John ,1. Connors of HI Paso, Tex.;
.Mr nnd Mrs. James 11, Dunbar of
Long lleach, Cal.: Mrs. W. T. (Hi
lls and two sons and a daughter, of
Salitn Monica ,Cal.: Mrs. A. I-', ltos
enhelm, wife of the well-known l.os
Angeles architect who Is president of!
the Southern California Arrhltecliir. i
nl Society; Mrs. Ocar W. Huberts,
wife of nn Arizona legislator from I
Cochise county, nnd her daughter;
Mrs. A. M. Wllklurou, sister of K.
I.. Potter, proprietor of tho Van
Nus Hotel of Um Angeles; the wife
and two daughters of Walter I..
Vail, a big rattlem.iu of Arizona nud
California; Mrs. -T. (I. .Norrls, wife
of a well-known law'er of Presrott,
Ariz.; John P. Newell, n retired bus
Iness man of Ixih Angeles, nud his
wife; Miss Marie c Msdlnnls, sis
Icr of P. S. Midlnnl.i. traiellng pas
f-cnger agent of the Southern Pacific
company, lier mint. Mrs. Josephine
(Irlllln, nnd her cousin. MIkh Mrin
Hooch; Mr. nnd Mrs P. T. I.HUIer. I
man of l.os Anceles. niff.ir.i n '
Home of the Oil & Miitafs iKnk of
l.os Angeles, a pd Mrs, Home, .1. ,
llnxlnblv, prusldont of tho Doiin'liu.
Drug Co. of Douglass, Aci-, nml liU
wife: niul llarrv tnv win. i,
land ami Irrigation lMr.U -'j, Ar"i
Sections rti:,f lrm cn..i.rn
CallforuJa ar-0 roprcstntea ' In' ' tho
William P. Olds of tho big depart
ment storo of Olds. Worthnin A
King, of Portland, Ore., nud his wlfo
are aboard. They wero visitors hero
iwo j cars ago.
K. It. milliard, president of Ornpo
Mil co. of Chicago, his wlfo anil
wn nro nlso of tlio party, ns aro
Kred K. Klilreil of the sanio city, a
Inrgw real estnto operator In Chlcaco
nnd one of the proprletorn of the
cnicago National Ilaseball Club, and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Simeon Inland of New!
ork. Mr. I.eland Is a member of I
tho woll-known lintel fnmlly.
Jnx Ilimsen. general manacer
of tho l.os Angeles Kxamlner. hail
mmn l. lln.w.la.t,. tn ,l . .. I
" " uiiiuiiHii iu m-u ilie iiariy
wen Kturted on the Journey, lie re
turns to the States on the Siberia,
but his wife nnd daughter take the
V. M. Mllno Is In ihnrgo of the
tour, and W. (1. Humasou Is tho
The party numbers 118 persons.
The vojngo tu thts port was most
pleasant, tlio travelers report.
Thero mi a baseball game aboard
last Tuesday, played by the ladles.
The score was 187 to 95. On Wed
nesday the men played n thrilling
game. On Tuesdny night n dance
was held. Tho only mlshnp to date
was the fracture of .1 nines K. Dun
bar's right arm yesterday morning.
He dived Into tho bathing tank on
the forward deck, and, although the
water was five foot deep, struck the
deck. He got u scnlo wound which
tho doctor declared of no great con
sequence, hut In addition broke bin
right arm just above, tho wrist. Mr.
Dunbar nnd his vlfo will continue,
on tho Journey,
Mr. Ihmseu was tho manager of
William Raudoliih Hearst's two Con
gressional rumptilgns, nnd his cam
paign for mayor of New York City
and Governor of that Stale. Ho has
beon Albany nnd Washington corre
spondent of the Hcarxt papers nnd
city editor of tho New York Amer
ican. Two j ears ngo he ron for
sheriff of New York county, nnd
while It was conceded a forlorn
hope, he was defeated by a surpris
ingly small mnjority by tho Tain
maivy ciindldate, Tom Foley.
Mr. Milne has stopped here In re
cent yfnrs as dlro-tor of many suc
cessful Oriental tours from the Unit
ed States. The members of the
party nra emphatic In their com
mendation of his management and
Among othor paBsongrs are War.
ren J. Lynch and wife. Mr. Lynch
Is poshunger tralllc mtiunger of the
They Carry Ih
eir Own Proofs
Certainly if we can show '
you a line of garments that
cannot be surpassed in the'
market for the price you'
will want to see it, won't
We've established our ,
claims proven to the buying ;
public that we have the right5
kind of clothing at the right
kind of prices.
If you are wise in your
time you will put us to the
test make us prove it.
Prices range from $20 to.
PHINCES8 MARY PnE8ENTS
"THE ALEXANDRA DOW."
LONDON, Tuly 30. Princes Mnry
tho only daughter of King Oorgoaml
Uueeu Mary, shows more than u iv nt
her five brothers, more iicn Him lb"
lrlnco of Wales, how fpiiii she
esteems tho new dlgulllos of In'r p -sl-tlon.
She was horn In April IkQ"
that she Is rapidly nppro.irhliig )omm
womanhood lull 11,1 . " i!u- ni- - nlou
of her father lo tli. Hiiiiil'. she was
In oiery respect a simple child.
Now, honoler. she In assuming the
habllH or Ibo grimu up unrl Minn
she npp am Iu pulilic slums tout sue
lui'i glien mueli altenUuu.ip tll cul
tlintlon of tliai-Kneepfiiit tilii'lssnce,
iiihldi Ib known as "tire" 'Alexandra
'IbW Innocent llltlo" jssumiillo'u of
the grand nlr Is all tho more note
iiorlh) becnuse Princess Mnry, lunl
bieii broimlit up on the prlnlcp'lcs of
jmuiesiic siuipiH-iiy n,io lias uisu ueeii.
taught tho good habit of thrift and
(conoiiiy. and it used lo bo mi unusual
scene to so her ilcioltltig her savl
lug tu her own account In Ihn post!
olllcc opKislle Marlborough ,Huuso,
,The banking biisluesH In conducted
now b n hnly'of tho court.
Connie Marina and Miss Alma Lyndon
Direct from the Kickarcl
Banvard and Franklin ai
Australia's Premier Aerobatjc Sketeh Team . ,t
Richard T. Stross ; JV. i
The World's Greatest Cornetist, late of the rCiltie'sBancl'
, . 4i4,mv-r'h
Miss Ethel May
Renowned Ballad Singer from Keith's
And a Series of Fine Motion Pictures
Greatest Show liver Given in Picture House
Two Shows Nightly at Usual Prices IOC LHd lirC
New York Central limit.