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THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
s the moat delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the aruumic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Hndorsrd by physicians everywhere.
Simples free to PhyticKns and Droggisd.
At all Drtiyxlsts.
HORLICK'S MILTED MILK COMPAQ, Raclno, Wis., U. S. k.
Our Window Display will Interest
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Dr. Mackall Mistakes
What might have boon n epiImi
audi ncildcnt, but fortunately was
mil,' occttried on Ilcictniila avenue
At a point mi tliu nhnvc-nnnicd
struct, wist of the new Methodist
iIiiitjIi lnilldlng, I lie i lipid tr.ilml:
conipnii IS excnvnllng fur tho iur
pobo (if llixtnlllt.g u i:ih lag witch.
'I h place Fccnif it In bo properly
guarded with red mill white lights,
villi, notwithstanding, when tin: In
humid uiplil transit rnr nunc tilting
about 7. .'Ill t fiiuiiil Its waj hlm-hed
li all uiiliinmhru piled up In tliu ex
ultation aluiit thirty feet from the
entraiue, with Dr. MaeKall slamlliiK
bj lonMttg as If hu hail lost his hist
Dr. Miirtnll Rtntos that he was
coming along lleietiinln avenue at a
fairly good clip, but mi appiuachliiK
tlic tlnugcr lights shut the machine
down to perfect (ontrul, but that on
account nf tho warning light helng
! far apatt on cither side of the ex
cavation, hu mistook that cVjiiIiik
for the clear road unit plunged Into
the ditch, fair and sipiare, for about
Tim doctor said that he had phoned
to the garage for help, but as the
rapid transit car was full of theater
bound people, at tliu suggestion of a
lliillctl.n man "all hands" pick
ed the auto up out of the bole and
placed It on Its feet.
No damage was sustiilncd by the
auto or Its occupants.
fa ph . iiiimiii iititi
TO BE THREE-STORY
New 7ork Firm cf Architects Will
Treparc Set of .Plans Many
Would Like to See New Building
FOR WHOOPING-COUGH. CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUCllS. BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT. CATARRH. DIPHTHERIA
Vaportttil Crc.otn .lop. Ow p.roiyinu of
Whoopl if Couih. b.Trf-f!rr.ded Ooup c.rffiot
cxitt het Ci nolne I. ui.il. II c! umllr
on no .ikI tliro.1, ni.Vinl btcthins c.iir in th
C.I. ot cotJ.1 leotSe. U low lhto.1 and .loo. lh
couth. It If a boon to luocier. from A.lhmft
Crtkoltne I. ft pownul g.tmIcMe. rl?ni Lolfi
a. a cui.liv. and pttv.iiii.r in eont.ttou. giimi
Cro.olana a l.t Kcofnmend.lioa It II. Ui
..M U .ucm.hu! me.
F.f S.U 1 all Drail'ull
StnJPotel for Dttcrtp.
Throat Tablet., .imt!
aid aoottiipg to. tht II
hiatal Ihioal 10c.
Tk Via Cto.tM Co.
IM F.'ln Stmt,
N. T.rk dr.
VTSithiEum Cmcu 0 a Co.
&VB cure yourself;
Um Dig (1 (or nun .tori
lrrltfttloi or ulrvrttlooi
tf rnuooa jirmtrtim
Ptiiolwi, n! not utrls
GEO. A. MAR I IN,
PuMnesi Salts for $25.
At the regular bimonthly meeting
uf tliu Ohaniuer of Commerce ester
day afleniouii, l.ouls Aies, repre
honlliiR the linn of York & lawyer,
gne an .uldrtM after tliu ordinary
toutliiu bii-lni'Ss had been Mulshed,
mill ..viilnl... .1 fni. Ipnlulli.i tiliina nr
Jthe new IVde.nl building. I hulhllng as now planned will be lost
The acting secretary read a letter '" l,s l,rcscnl locallon.
I of resignation from P. M. Swanxy as1 Aler " b'lcf '"cu"lo" "
trusted of thu chamber. K. k.i '" " . ' . .Mramciicr
mown nun i icnney I'cck secoiiueu
that a Mile of llianliH be telulered
CHINESE ACTOR AT EMPIRE.
Henry Vlcrrn tho Chinese, liuper
Hiinator whose work In Chlnrso chiir
aclcr jnrts is so uell known to local
people, IniH been engaged by tho Km
plio Tlica'er. Ho will make his first
appearance there tonight In a short
act that has always ben n success In
producing laughter. Tho work of Mr.
Vlerra does not offend Chinese and
they enjoy his acting nu much n do
others. This knack of making racu
Impersonations fiee from the offenso
to inembern of Hip impersonated rao
Is one ofohc nrirks of a clever Iniper
prnitor, and such Is Vlerra
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in the
history of our city. Awakening of Greater
Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaimuki helping to
make 100,000 American population.
The best recommendation that can be given any property is the fact that it is selling that the
people want it, and that tin very best people want it. Our sales inthe Kew Ocean View District
property during the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
bought for home-building inrposes after investigating all other sections of the city. Wc have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building summer and winter homes and share in our delightful cli
mate and premising future. Our sales and the class of people to whom we have sold are the best
evidence of our property's value.
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECJRIC LIGHTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE,
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
We, extend everyone an invitation to tec our property and the extensive improvements we are j
making for the development of a residential district that will be a credit to any city. Take the Wai-
alao car, and upon your arrival at Kaimuki call at our branch office in charge of Dr. Hutchinson,
who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with maps, literature and all the in
formation you may lequire. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size,
75 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq, ft. each. Our terms arc $50 cash down and $10.00 per month on
each lot Call up telephone 059 and make an appointment with one of our representatives.
I'.ixtou I nmed and M. 1'. Itobllison
seconded that this resignation bo ac
cepted. K. II. Voilchoii8e was unan
imously elected to 1111 the vacancy
caused by tho lenlguatlun ot Mr.
In a few words President Morgan
Introduced Air. Ayies, who opened
his address by sa)lng: ."I know you
nic all ery interested In henriug
something ubout tho now Federal
building, plans for which my Hint
will draw up. I'lrst I may say that
t have not very much to show jou
In the way of plans, as nothing defi
nite has been settled us to tho inte
rior disposition of tho various unices.
After I hao consulted tho various
heads of departments, and uncertain
ed their views as to tho disposition
of the vntloUH departments, dellnlte
nctlon will be takon.
"Thu whole of the ground lloor
will be given up to the postolllcc. The
posiofllce Is so much a working plaro
that it must have u largo area and
adequate light. There will be three
entrnni.es, one on King, one on Mer
chant and one on lllshop st.eet.
These, plans are not nc all final, as
thoy luno never been taken up with
the federal authorities.
"Upstairs the scheme shows an
Inner lourt, on which nil the vari
ous offices will open, thus providing
ample light and ventilation'. ThU
Inner court will be built above tho
Lpostonicc and will therefore not ex
tend to the ground lloor. It was ex
pected to make this a four-story
building, owing to thu size uf tho
lot, but as there has been so much
criticism ulread), the new building
may be only three storks.
"The sUe of tho lot has restricted
building operations to a eel tain ex
tent, unit 1 shall lime to consult with
tho I'edeiul authorities before any
thing dcflnlto is done.
"We have not settled us to wheth
er Island wood will bo used or nut.
Several samples have been sent to our
linn from Hawaii. The main corri
dor should bo entlicly ot marblo or
buino other hnid substance which can
easily be cleaned. 1 noticed u stone
in San riauclsio while on my way
down heie that was used In tho base
ment of tho l'alaco Hotel. ThU stono
wns from Utah and seemed
Mr. Ayros by tho Chamber of Com
merce. 'This motion was unanimous
Those present at tho meeting were
as follows: President .1. V.' Morgan,
A. W. T. llottomlcy. 8. Do Freest, II.
I', nilllnghum, (lovernor W. I'. Ft ear,
v. m. airraid, o. o. Ouiid, w. v.
Hall, II. I,. Kerr, A. Lewis Jr., F. .1.
I.owrey. W. II. Mclnerny. F, II. Mc
Stockcr, K. IC. I'axton, I.. Tenney
Peck. M. P. Itublnson. It. V. .Shingle,
B. D. Tenney, 1,. A. Tliur3ton, T. B.
Wall, Norman Wnlklns, (1. II. Itlch-nrdson.
s ! ? ? i i1
y J. . 4, ,i Q j,
8- ".' $ 4
One or the social events of tho sea
son at Wnlmca was tho wedding of
Miss May Kelkllanl Knpimlal, grand
daughter of Hon. J. K. Kapunlal, nnd
William Orvy Maby recently of Illlo,
on Thursday owning or last week,
April Tth. says tliu Harden Island.
The ceit-mony which united the two
well known young people In tho holy
bonds of matrimony was solemnized
by Dig Itcv. Charles D. Mlllken In tho
Wnlmo'i church the fine sandstone
structure which has stood there, slnco
the early missionary days.
The spacious building was filled
with n largo cinwd of the- Intimate
friends of tho Kapiinial family who
reside on Kami nnd tllcro were bIko a
number from Honolulu who jniirncjnl
from the metropolis especially for the
occasion Shortly nf'er eight n'cloc!c
tho ln'ital- party entered the church
the fair brblo lennlui; mi the arm of
her grandfather, nnd was met nt tho
pltar by the irroom. Miss llapunhl'H
costume was a stunning cro.it Ion of
shlmmcrlni; while silk trimmed, wl'h
Irish jHilnt lace, nnd sho was crowned
with 11 lovely wreath of orange bios
10ms. Tho groom was In excnlns
The maid or honor was Mis Ilnao
Ae'n or Walmca and tho groom was
snpiKirtcil by Mr. C. V. Clianoy of
To the Inspiring strains of Men
dels'obn's wedding march as played
by Prores3or I, W. Hart ur Kekupim,
the party advanced to tho altar an I
during tho progiess ot the toremonv
enn inniiln wnn rnn'lminil which milled
highly I vcry much to Its eitcctlveness,
! After the service was ier the hrld-
Marston Cainnbell. Siiiierlntendent ul party nnd throng of guests repair"!!
or Public Works, staled that main- l" ho home or the l.rlilc. hIiitp tho
land stone would add very ni.ch toX
the cost of tho building. "I hao ous lunu-the latter being spread unit
fcjniptes ot ull the principal Btono er lno feln nml ,n0 covered roor or
f.cm the various quarries of Hawaii nn extensive lnnal erected Kir tho oc-
uuJ blull bo pleased to have you In
spect them," Mr. Campbell then
asked what Jlesars. York & Sawjer
caslnn on tho spiclous lawn In from
or the tceldciifp. Hero tho company
assembled later In tho evening and
T.. In.tn.1 Um itimiH itxnt 1 1 until n ilnln 1 1 it a
thought about this bcautltttl building )f'(,0 we,,nng repast while llstciilng
being erected nnildst brlcl: and t-e-0 hB tntormlttent but mo'odlous
mi'iil huuses, and asked Mr. Ayres It stralnb of music rendered by tho Ha-
buildings slmllur tu this one shouldl wnllnn qulu'et club stntloncd at ons
not bo placed in pinks, or nt least In end or the lealy urlnr,
onen suiroundlngs Tho laige array or wedding jk-cs-
Mr Avres renUed that It was for' nl.-of silver and cut glass, nnd due
Mr. Aj res replied thut It was ror , tmci al, prt wmk nf ,.Vfrv ,'-cr.i-
tho people of the Territory to decide ,n nci,,rtnB PVery concelvnblo va
whore this now building was to ho rety ot userul ns well us iirnaiuental
placed. His llrm was chosen solely f-n was spie.ul out In one of tho
tu dinw up pluns for this building largo rooms for inepecllin by thu
and not to offer udvlce us to whore KPts. wjin viewed and admired tho
It should he iiluced The size of tho hundreds or Ifeautlful gir's with which
t should be placed. 1 lie sue of t lie IIOuIar CopB Unit boen roiucm-
building will bo approximately 130 hcr( by (ho,r lonB frends,
feet by 200 feet. The new Federal. Aft(.r tu, honeymoon Ib over the
building will face on lllshop street. brldo and groom will reside In Hono
Mr. Cumpboll lose nnd said: "I lulu where tho littor has a respons.
hae always been In favor of tho Ihlo position with tho Inter-Island
civic .enter of Honolulu beliiir sur-1 aieam jsavisaiiou i.u.... . ... --
lounilcd by spa:lous gtouuds. I do
feel that this lot is too restricted for
such a magnificent
should be placed in
hood of tho Capitol
and thus add
Ho Is one of
the nous or Mr. nnd Mrs. John H.
Maby or Hllo, and his early lite was
spent tbero. although ho has lived tor
soorul years now In tho capital city.
Tho brlde.ls n naltvo 01 waimeu 1110
ve.y ma.e.lally to the beauty of tho ' 1'r-ent homo of Jjer Pj,!. and Im
I present group of Federal buildings l nm, n)fo , st. Andrew's Prl-
Mr Cumpboll stated that as the post- sctna In Honolulu Until icccn'-
olllce comes to his desk he was not y E),p xa been n teacher In )o Ma
I dependent upon having to go to tho: Unwell public schools'
postorncc, nnd thought that this new Tho couplo has certainly started on".
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND K0K0 HEAD AVENUE
building should most assuredly bo
I pluccd In a spcjt where It would bo
seen to Its best advantage.
Mr Ayres said: "It Is entlioly out
j of my province to say much. The
. government lias lot, and it asked
I us to prepare a building to put on It
I I'nless this new bulldlnc forms a
I niieliii3 nf nniiMinr iinhllc clvln rnn.'
tor, It will undoubtedly bo cramped
' In Its present location,"
11. h, Kerr, uichltect, stated that
U the bahm-a or the Miihuka block
cquld be secured, and do away with
the thltd story ot the building, tbero
I would be a much'better building and
thus form another civic center, Thu
under the best of auspices and thoy
have tho good wlshos nnd "Aloha" ot
nil or tho residents or this Island In
their embarkation Into their new lire.
"Thoy are very strict vcge'tarlnns,
tiro they not?" "Ves, Indeed! They
won't even eat thoso llttlo animal
crackers!" Iliownlng's Magazine.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Gleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fortfitreet. Onn. Qonvent
Honolulu, T, H.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
In order to close out, prior to
.Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning
A Large Assortment of
at 10c yd
Some of these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
,K ' UYEDA
102" Wnnnnn St
In all the latest Shades and Colors
50c a yard
Also a Large and Complete Line
Just received and ready for sale
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