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for Infants and Children.
What is Castor ia?
C ASTORIA, is ti linnnlcsi Biitit(t(u(o for Cnstor OiT,
Paregoric, Drops nml Soothing Syrups. It I
plcnxunt. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
othor Narcotic nubstniicu (Narcotics stupefy). Its
ngc is its guarantee. It destroys Worms nntl allays
Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrluca and Wind Colic'.
St relieves Teething Trouble, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
Use- Stomach and lloweis, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's I an ace a The mother's
I'I'O fyfi . jSy7 A-a- Is on every wrnppcr
MRnntiiro or l-ar7ZT-CUcUAC nfRfniilna Cnilorln
Physic Uins Recommend Gastoria.
" I dm jrnur CaatorlA aiu! sItIm Its usa In ill
faoillua wLcio (beta ire r hIMren." ,
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KftnKM Lily, Ma,
'TonMnrlnlntho hr.1 rcmMr In 1I10 worlJ
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mend." Auau V. HwTliD, M. 1) ,
"InSYon.Myonf CanorlaAs a pnrgatlve In ths
r-fl of children Tor jeua pa.t with mot liapp,
efftet, and fall ctulono It an a rafo rr met.'
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HISTORY OF THE
(By Ralph Hosmer.)
I-ot,lti now' two briefly tho lilstory j CiftninlFstan liy keeping the State
of the, Conservation movement hud tho Commission In touch with ''"' nn
causes Jhnt Ji.ivf) led' up to tho wldo- ntlicr mid In Kcnor.ti by nctlnK ns'n
Mirqnd .nUCntlon that the sulijocl In ctonrlnR hoime for mntlcrs linMna (ri
receiving today Tho Conservation ,0 wt, Contervntlon.
innrmcnt Is but fho logical outBronth! Jjiai summer nt Senttlo thi'm n
nf tho cffortH Hint Imto been tnivle of mnnoil tlio Notional Const rntlon
Into jenra for tho better nmnnsenicnt t'onRrcss. n popular orKnnlr.nllon de
of our forests, thq wiser uso of our' bIkiioiI ttj meet nt IntorvnTs for tlie
BtrcivniH una the moro intclllRent ox- rouhlilarntinii nnd dlscUBBlon or t'on
ploltntlon of our nilncrnls Theso of- scrntlon ptoblenis. This I'onferesg
forts hnc Inrgcly followed tho lead, Ms rloiely modelled on the National
If thoy hnvo not ftetunlly been under irrlRntlon ConRrcss, of which li H
tho dtrectlona of bnrciuis nt two of really an outgrowth. It may be ex
tho Kcdernl t)cmrtmcnts, tho (Ino-1 imcted tn futuro to becomo nn ncenej
logtcnl Survey ami tho llerlniimtloni to bo lockonod with
Syrvieo of tho Interior Department In tho autumn of 1909 there was or
nnd the Korcst Sfcrvlco of the Depart- Rntilzod In Now York tho Nnllonnl
mont of ARrlculturc. Kvon more ill- Conservation Assoclattoll, under the
rect la tho relation of the Korest ScV- presldoncy of Dr. Charles William
vlco to Conservntlon. Kllot, Into president, of Harvard The
Unused on tho flndlnRs nnd recom- object of tlitil soclatlon Is to erys
mendatlons of tho oindnU of tho (Jeo-.tnllzc the Interest of Individuals Into
loslcnl Survey, tho Heclnmntlon Ser-' effectHo work for the furtherance of
vlco nnd tho Torcst Bcrvlcc, tho Con tho Contervntlon movement, lteeently
nervation innvemotlt lind Its beRln- President Kllot has retired, to be sue
nlng In tho hotter uppreclntlon of tho ceoded as president by Mr. Olffnnl
resources of tho nation, of tholr Inter- l'lnchot. Ily Joining this , society In
rclutlon and of the effect of their ox- dlvldunls who might not otherwise
hnustloii on nutlonnl prosporlty. Tho bo oblo to help on tho Conservation
rise of Conservation as n popular movement can render dcflnlto aid In
movement, In which tho prlnclnlos n way that will count.
nbovo outlined hnvo begun to bo felt At the present time when the fun-
In tangible form, dates from tho np- dnmontnl points at Issue nro In diin
polntmcnt of tho Inland Watcrwnys Rcr of being obscured temporarily by
Commission by President Hoosovelt Iho dust rnlscd bv tho battle mer
on March 14, 1907. This Commission minor, though In themselves Import
Vas nslied "to prepare and rcprtrt a nnt Issues, It Is especially deslrnblo
comprehensive plan for tho Improve- "n tsuch nn orgiiniiillon us llic mi
ment nnd control of tho river systems tlonal Contervntlon Association
of tho United States" and further, should bo glvon effective nnd hearty
becnuso "It Is not possible to properly support.
frame so large a plan as this for the' T,1o National Conservation Assocln
control of our rivers without taking tlon Is cngnRcd In'an active campaign
account of the orderly development In fnvor of the passage of Conserva
of other natural resources" tho Com- tlon bills. The stronger the nssochi
ullsslon was asked to "consider tho tlon Is In membership nnd funds, tho
relations of tho streams to tho uso moro cffectUcIy can It carry out Its
of nil tho great permanent natural re- program. Individuals can, do llttlo
Rourccs and their conservation for nlone; organized, a few earnest men
tho making nnd malntcnnnco of pros- nro n Power. All of which, put In
porous homes." j other words menus that tho friends
l'lrlil Found Large.' of Conservation In Hawaii can, If
The preliminary report of tho In-, they will, help as much ns can those
land Wntcrwnys Commission was'011 l,,e mnlnland. .
mnde to tho President In Fobruary,! Membership In tho National t'on
190S, was transmitted by him to Con- servntlon Association Is two dollar
gross nnd was published. Tho Investl- n jenr; active members, live dollars.
Rations of this body having mndo It (Jlr- Hosmer will ho Rind to receive
apparent that the field to be covered lini1 forward the application of any
was lnrger than could bo handled by otle ho would like to be enrolled )
tho Wnterwnys Commission, Presl-! eils of Ilintull.
dent Iloosevolt Issued a call In No- And ,lcro " mny not ,,c lnPProprl
vcnibcr, 1907, Tor a Conscnatlon Con-,nto Purenthetlcnlly to remark tlirlt
Rrcss to bo held at the Whlto llouto thcro are f?w parts of the Union where
In Mny, 190S, to which were Invited "10 fnetors or Conservation riomo so
tho Governors of nil tho States, of- clso to" the avcrnRO man ns they do
Ilclals of vailous branches of tho Fed- ,iero ,n 1,ttWnl1- T1o whole economic
crnl Coternmeut, represeutntlves f"hric of this Territory is bound up
from ninny orRnnlzntlons having to w',h tl10 r,Kllt u" of 'orcsts. waters
do with the natural resources, and "n1 iauiia- Undor our characteristic
ilclcgntcs from ench State, ilenlcnnie.i conditions of cllmnto nnd topography
by tho Governor. The conference nn n8Sfc,l nu" depondnblo supply of
lasted threo days and was it memor-wntcr rcsU "hsolutoly on tho
nblo occasion In mnnv wnvi.' t.eri.n... contlnunnco of tho forests. Without
tho most Important feature being the-, ,vnter what. would, .pur .wyjculuire.
precedent thereby established of oc
casional meotlniTR nf tha nnvnrnnfa
Hint bids fair to develop Into a highly 1?",. i;erllnP8 ,l10 Brentcst need In
useful. If technically unolllchi! lln of nwn ls for n uotter undcrstandliiK
cnvi.rnmnn nn.iK. a ,ii,...i of tho caro of the land Itself tho
of principles wns drawn up nnd np-!"revent1,1?n ot wa"1,,', I'10 ,"a""ennnco
proved that has been adopted as tho
charter as It woro, of tho Conservation
movement. Tho results of this con
ference were published by authority
of Congress, ns it Btout volume during
the summer of 1909.
i:arly In June, 189S, President
of fertility and tho Increase of soil
productivity. With theso material
questions, wo In Hawaii also face in n
moro Intlmnto way than do many
communities sonio of the larger ques
tions ot public health, which no oss
than these others urn problems of
Itoosevelt renppolnted and enlarged I !!"""" nro, ltBllr concerned In this
ii.n fnin,i w ... -..,.. i- .-1 nmttor and should bo ready to do
and nlso created tho National Conser
vation Commission, with four sec-
Long, Heavy Hair?
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ends, turns prematurely gray,
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It witli Aycr's Hair Vigor. Thus
help nature all you possibly can
toward giving you rich, heavy,
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'-pHE RESIDENCE UNDERTAKING
I PARLOR is the latest move in the
undertaking line, where families can be
acccmm:dated with sleeping quarters, dining
room, kitchen and bathroom. Call and in
spect. 34 Chaplain Lane.
viii.son to in: cvmiihiti:
M E Silvn's Up to-Date Funeral Parlors
fs?st?HICMT Yj; Vp" i A
IH E Silvn's EmbalmipR- Room is the best; in fact, the only one
of its kind in this city and county with modern Ideas pertaininp; to the
care of the dead.
M. E. Silva's Res. Undertaking Parlors-,
34 CHAPLAIN LANE. OPP. CATHOLIC SISTERS
Phone 179 Night 1014
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-water, lands, forests nnd mln
Thls body nt once undertook
their part ill seeing to it thnt action
Is taken thnt will put tho principles of
Conservation Into ntftlvo practice.
The Points nt Issue.
This lirlniva tho lil.tnrv nf Ilia mnvA-
itu Inventory or the natural resources ment (own , , ...imim,,,,,.
of tho United Mntos, which It com- tnn. Sn.n ,,, ,,, . .
plcted In Decembor. I90S. Tho report I cnt Tnft t0 C98 nf ff , h
rt lii Viillnmil rnnenfiriillitli Pnni. ... . .
"', , " , -""-"" - not iicen so smooth ns under the Inst
niiHHiuii wub uuuiuiiieu iu i-ii'niiicui administration
uoobcvcii in January, ivuv, unu uy
him truiismltted to Congress. The
main report was accompanied by re
ports covering each ot tho sections
nnd nlso by mimorous papers pro
pared by experts In various lines. "It
Is one of the most fundamentally Im
It is n complicated
situation that now obtains and the
tltno Is not jet when tho end is in
sight For it correct understanding
of the existing condition It is Im
portant that certain facts be got
tlcarly I Ind nnd that tho csscntlul
points of variance, bo sharply det-
I'oria.ii iiucuineiiiB uer mm ui-iuru rorcntlnled from quarrels nrlslng
tho American people." from tho conflicting opinions of ln-
nuuBi-iivtMii iu urn uimorcm-u ih mo icrestcu individuals, especially where
Govornors In May. 1908, thirty-six of these are concerned chiefly with tho
tho States and Territories formed details of udnilnlstrntlon.
Conservation Commissions. In I)c-1 m
cember, 1908, n second Conference of
Governors wns called at Washing
ton, nt which meeting tho findings
ot tho National Conservation Commis
sion was first mndo public. This con
ference ndoptod resolutions co'mmo'ii'd-'
Ing that report and urged on Con
gress tho importance of tuklng action
Princeton, N J, July 23 Profes
sor Woodrow WIIboii, president of
Princeton university, will bo tho Dem
wutlc enadldnto for XJovernor of Now
Jersey at tho election next November
This wns decided upon at n conference
between Professor Wilson ami it
dozen or moro prominent New Jcrkvy
Democrats held nt the Lawyers' Club
In New York city. Professor Wilson
came, down from his country home to
I.) me, Conn., to uttemj the eonfvrcncu
For several months President Wilson
has been mentioned In connection
with tho nomination, hut ho did not
give the mutter serious consideration
for some time. Meanwhile Frank
Kittzenhach nf Trenton, who wus tho
candidate tun years ago and who
ennio within G000 totes of defeating
Governor Fort; Senator Oeorgo S 11
zcr of Middlesex, Mayor 11. Ottti Wltt
peun of Jersey City and Asscmblman
Kdward Kennedy of Kearny. Hudson
county, announced tljemseltes as cm-
dldates. The sentiment for 'roUwnr
Wilson continued to ;ruv, and, while
tho party leaders seemed Ij favor
Kntzcnhnch for thu nomination he
cause of the oxccllont showini? ho
mndo against Governor Fort, they i
realized that If Professor WiImiu
would take the nomination It would
Insuro the stuto for tho Demoernts. It
wasn't nn easy matter to g"t Profev
sor Wilson's. consent tn stand as n
candidate, hut llnnlly ho yielded, sav
ing, "I have always taught ny lioya
thnt they should bo ready to meet any
emorgency that should nrlso Pro
fessor Wilson, It is understood, will in
a few days Issue it statement itiinaunc-
Hug his candidacy
Petition In bankruptcy with nssets
of J50 and liabilities nniountliig to
niong lines following tho recommen-. si.331.ih ,iih lieeu filed In tho Federal
ilnflnnH nf thn CntmnlRftlon'R rennrl. ' A...... ,... t . ...
------- -- - -j .-..-.. Wunfi uy iienry a. iviuinnie Tile ns
At this meeting, too, was organized ! fcots f llfty .lollars consist of one
mo joint uomniitice on unnservntion uniform
designed to afllllnto tho several Stato niinnl
nnd sword of tho National
commissions for ,effeetlve action,
The next ovent of Importance was
tho "Tuwney Amendment" lo tho
Sundry Civil Hill, which became law
Klemnie Jn his petition states "that
ho owes Seattle Ilrewlug and Malting
Compnnv $2,033.30 for beer, tho coin,
pnny holding thlrty-sovcn of his miles
nb.,-l,.n !.,.. ...... ...... - ... ..
on March ), 1909. This prohibits the ' I ",:' 'V.,T
expenditure of public funds by or for i C,n' ,'"" "f "IBt 1,,,m "T Hor"r" ,
any Commission not specifically ere-1 ". uluI5, lm', ,,,Hn ""' a8 " '"', f,,r
uted by Congress nnd forbids govern-' n")""'ca""
mont officials from assisting In tho " """""""?""""""
work of nny coumlsslnn unless so np- TfJ PltDC fi pm n IU nuc nV
pointed. This amendment clfectnul- '" "V H. UULU ,n U"CUAJ
ly stopped the nctlvities of the Nn- Tuke Laxative Bromo Quinine
tlonal Conservation Conimlssloii. Hut Tablets. All druggists refund
It did not slop (iu cump.iign, for the "o money if it fniw to cure,
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Leaves nothing but clean
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Your grocer will supply
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If not notify
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P. 0. Box G46
Joint Committee on CoiibervntUiii, ho'
lug nn unofficial body, has continued
the work of tho National Conserviillon
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SiiRueations given for simplifying
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