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Horlicics Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the aniemic, 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. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Stmplci free to PhyilcUni and DrujfUti.
At all Druggists.
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Grand Reduction Sale
Are Still On at Our Store
Men's Straw Hats, formerly $1.50
to $2.50, now - $1.00
Men's White Duck Pants, former
ly $1.50 to $2.00, now $1.25
Fancy Colored Vests, formerly
$2.50 to $3.50, now $2.00
Ladies' Short Chemises, lace and
embroidery trimmed, 50c to
Ladies' Night Gowns, all prices
cut down, - 50c to $2.00
Persian Lawn, 40 in. wide, color
ed, fine ahd soft - 20c
100 Doz. Part Linen Towels,
closing oui at - $1 doz.
$4.00 "Walk-Over" Tan Button
Bals - - - $2.95
$3.50 Men's Canvas Bals, leather
heels, - - - $2.50
$3.50 Ladies' White Canvas Ox
fords, few sizes, - $2.00
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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 IAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great bjauty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and 'the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
O W;!LEHMER, Traflh Manatrer. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
CALIFORNIA'S CHIEF JUSTICE
(Continued from Pace 1)
riders himself a native or the Mill!
Oram State. Ho early went tn Call
fornla returning to Virginia for a
colleRe course at Hie University nr
Virginia at the age of eighteen, Marl
ing again for the west const at the
completion of hln ntuillcs. .Tnntlco
Ucatty first went to California In 185.1
ami lias been a westerner ever since
that time practically speaking.
l'or some years after returning In
Cnliroml.i from the University of Vlr
glnla, Mr. llealty practiced law In Sac
ramento going to Nevada after u few
years, where ho was on tlio lower
bench and finally the highest bench nf
thy State, holding Judicial poallloim
for eighteen years.
Upturning from Nevada to Califor
nia Judge lleatty went on tlai licnrh
there, finally reaching the p'islllon of
ehlef justice of tho supioine court of
the State, a insltlon nblch he has
held for several years. Whrn he re.
turned to the west to taliu up his life
work he was but twenty joars of age,
and he Is now ne only-two, so he has
spent fifty-two years In tho law.
Talking on his lrl and lastly on
the prohibition .question at the Moana
yesterday. Justice llealty Impressed
one as thoroughly familiar with what
he was saying, and Hating thought
over the words he uttered before
"Do not think by what I said about
Prohibition just now that I am for
the free and unlimited sale of liquors,"
said tho cnernhlo Justice, "far from
It. Hut t bnvo not teen yet any kind
of prohibition that works out as It Is
planned, and I believe that our lie
enro system Is so far much better
"In the autobiography of President
Andrew D. White there Is n descrip
tion of what Is called the T.ottenliorg
System,' which Is In force In Sweden,
mid which, I believe, Is the best sys
tem that has been devised for hand
ling the trafllc.
"llrlefly the system ns described by
Dr. White Is this: The government
farms out the privilege of selling
liquor throughout the land to a corpor
ation. This corporation establishes
itB own saloons, as many as it cares,
but the restricting Influence about the
number Is this tho capital of tho cor
poration Is exactly known to tho gov
ernment nnd It Is allowed to make a
dividend for Its stockholders of ten
per cent per unnuni, nny earnings
mor this percentage reverting to the
State for charltablo purposes,
"On tlds account the number of
saloons Is limited, for there Is no ob
ject in tho company making money
for the government. Absolutely pure
liquor must bo sold In the places of
business, no women, children, or men
who are intoxicated will bo served,
nnd, In fact, 1 believe that system Is
the best yet dovlscd for handling tho
Justice Bentty has for mnny years
in his experience on the bench had
more than an ordinary opportunity,
ns ho says, for seeing the evil effect
of tho liquor trafllc, but ho has yet to
eco tho proof that prohibition effects
any remedy along tho desired lines.
Tho Chief Justice 1b an interesting
talker and the way ho sayB nice things
about Honolulu would do tho heart of
tho most ardent booster n world of
"This Is tho first tlmo Hint I have
ventured so far from home Into tho
Pacific," said ho In talking of tho trip
to Honolulu, "for I have been in pub
lic life for many years and I consid
ered the. publlf entitled to tho Bervlcea
for which It wns paying rather than
havo me on on long vacations. 1 am
Indcod sorry that I have never been
in this beautltul city liefori, for it is
so flno here.'
When leaving California for Hawaii,
Justice lleatty was presented with a
number of letters of Introduction to
prominent Houoluluans nnd lias been
entertained and seen much In the
short five days that he linn been hero.
Next Tuesday, accompanied by his
daughter, Justlco lleatty will sail for
Illlo to visit the olcauo, and, return
ing to Honolulu, will remain until
Juno 8, when ho will sail tor Sun
Francisco on the Sierra.
"That Is two weeks longer than I
oxpecjed to remain when I started
away, and two weeks longer than 1
told everybody that I bIiouUI stuy," he
said. "I havo been suffering for sev
eral months from the after-effects of
an attack of grippe, and I havo felt so
much better here In the few days
since I nrrlved, that I am going to re
main as long as possible."
Professor Frank Smith, who was an
Instructor In tho University of Vir
ginia when Justlco lleatty was a
student thero, and for forty years
thereafter, is now In Honolulu and
Into' yesterday the Justlco went out to
call upon him und chat over old times.
(Continued' from Page' 1.)
ment of the Indigent bIck at that
place, such treatment being confln'it
to dispensary tieatment nt the dis
pensary, provided that tho Territory
nnd County shnie In the erection bf ni
plain, inexpensive frame building for
morgue nnd post mortem examinations
nt or near the site of the obi building
In this connection President Mntt
Smith Mates that with the Btabllsh
ment by tho Palama Settlement of
six or Kovcn dispensaries maintained
by prlvnle means In sevofn! Incallllni
of tho city of Honolulu, the dispens
ary work at tho territorial plant has
considerably diminished am will con
tlnns to decrease ns the Palama Set
tlement dispensaries Increase and
broaden nut In their fleld. Heretofore
tho dlspcnsnry work nt tho Territorial
Institution lns been carried nut under
nn ngreement between tho City and
County of Honolulu nnd tho Territorial
llonrd of Health by which trio City
nnd County assigned a. portion of tho
time tn City Physician Mackall, while
tho Territorial Hoard or Health fur
nished quarters, medicines, dUpcnser
and, also paid n portion of tho salary
of tho assistant dispenser. t
Tho diminution of the work in view,
President Mntt-Snilth declares that
with n 'large share of the work now
being performed by tho Palama Dis
pensaries the remaining labor along
these lines could easily be performed
by tho ndmlnlstrntlvo forco nf Die
Health ofnclals connected with iho
It Is contended that with tho adop
tion of tho plan ns outlined it will af
ford quarters to the Territorial health
department which that branch of tho
government Is now deprived thiough
tho loss of the morgue building by
Mayor Joseph J. Kern is Inclined to
look upon the proposition coming from
President Mott-Smlth with much fav
or. Tho matter has been brought to
tho attention of 'the City and County
Supervisors nnd tho Committee on
Health and Sanitation hns been au
thorized to net.
Tho City Fathers arc almost a unit
In ngrcelng to tho erection of a suit
ablo but Inclnenslvo morgue building.
Tho suggestion or Mott-Smlth to1
tnke over tho dispensary treatment of,
indigent sick Is believed will establish
a more clear definition of tho duties nf
the Hoard if Health and ulro the city
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't8U.T.r!0PrjlrVo 3 GititJues Slrut IntTf
Harold Dillingham To ennvass
Japanese, Chlneue, 0.ihu Hallway &j
Land Co., Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
Col, J. W. Jones and George K.
Smlthles-To cnlivuks Fort lluger.
Fort do niitay, Fort Shaftor. U. S.
Navy, Capitol, employes Honolulu
llapld Trnrfslt Co., Lcllchua, Waht
II. D. ltowen, Charles Crnno, V.
II. Hoogs, John Murcnlllno, Robert
Hendry To canvass llothol street,
Nuuanu street. Hoard or Health, em
ployes K. O. Hall & Son, Judiciary
L. M. Vetlcuen, J. L. McLcnn, II.
II. Walker, Hobcrt Scott, H. II.
Slackable To canvnss Honolulu
Iron Work (Kaknako), Cation, Nelll
& Co. employes, Honolulu Urewery
employes. Custom Houso, Alnken
street, Queen street.
Frank II, Armationg To canvass
Kwn plantation employe, Wnialua
Harry llycroft To canvass Hono
lulu plantation employes, Wnlanae
Call DunkhuEe To canvass Ouhu
Harold Castlo To canvass Kahu
ku plantation employes.
S. A. Walker To canvas Watma
ualo plantation employes.
W. II. Mclncmy and S. A. Walk
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Hotel and Kit:g streets, King street
Cwn or Fort, Hotel streot, Ueretanla
Btreet, new Telephone building.
Charles T. Wilder ,und F. H.
Steere To canvass King street, Wat-
klkl of Foil; Fort street mnkal of
King street, Merchant street, Kan
humnnu stfeot,- Postolllce, I'ollco Sta
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CENSUS PUBLIC IN OCTOBER.
(Continued from Page I.)
Tho census director goes on to state
In his cable that any figures given out
hero before the sheets were sent to
i Washington would bo bound to bo lu
j accurate, and so awaiting tho finil
compilation In the head office would be
much more satisfactory nil around,
Ho promises that the work on tuhu
latlug the returns from Hawaii will
be pushed as much ns possible ami
that the Anal figures will be available
hero In September or Octubor nt lat-
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