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EVHNINQ UULt.RTIN, HONOLULU, T. It. MONTI VY. AttO 29, 1910.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is tile most delicious, nourishing footl-drink known for
the anaimic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach., It is simply a pure lood, 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.
Samplei free to Physicians and Druffltti.
At nil Druggists.
HORUCK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolne, Wis., U. S. A.
THE FIRST SHOWING OF ADVANCED
Fall Styles in Millinery
..NEW TURBANS, AUTO HATS AND BONNETS, AND THE
NEW "TURKISH TURBAN"
A BIG- SPECIAL SALE OF
WILL BEOIN THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, AND
CONTINUE FOR THREE DAYS
Reductions will be made on Hemmed Romeo Sherds,
Hemstitched 'Romeo Sheets, Hemmed Franconia Pil'.ow
Cnscs, Embroidered Grass Linen Dress Patterns, Wa'st " .'it
terns, Round Table Cloths, Hemstitched Table Cloths. JJoy.
lies, Tea Cloths, Scarfs, Tabic Centers and Tray CI itlis.
Also, Battenbcrg Art Docds, including Scarfs, Squ ires,
Centerpieces, Doylies, etc.
A complete stock of BUTTERICK PATTERNS an I the
new AUTUMN FASHION BOOK. A copy should be i n the
hands of every lady who designs her own gowns. ,i pat
tern is given free with every copy.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Bcrctania 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 houise, and
in that house shall I dwejll, high
above the sea, and enjoy tl le Koko
Head breeze forever moni.
-Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
' THE IMPORTANCE OF ,
PURITY IN FOOD
can not be overlooked by the caicful housewife. Jellies,
Preserved Fruits, Ketchups, Relishes, 1 ,cklcs, etc.. arc too
often put up with harmful prcscrvativ (s and artificial fia
voting and co'o'ring matter.
ARE ABSOLUTELY PI RE
All 6f the Famous "57" at Your Grocers
Webb Not The Only One
Who Has Indecent
It Ih pinbahlo Hint (here will ho n
gcnoiul cleaning up of the city as re
Raids Indecent Kst cards and photo
graphs. This morning Ciller McDiUIIo.
from Information received, searched n
r(h1ii water slnro alongside tho Kin
plro Theatre mill there discovered n
biiutllo of filthy pictures. The Chinese
proprietor said that a Japanese, whojif the tlicntro Is not crowded to the
We Are Here to
Do Your Printing
Wc Have a Lartfe J Assortment
of Type Ready to Serve You
What You Want,
nru. vir.... v.. vr .
xiik wuy M.UU. wuni it
And Wherji You Want II I
" 11UM.IWIN lMiiirjsin- jcu uo wn,
does n printing nnd developing Imsl
ness on Hlver street, hnd sold the ho
toRrnphs to lilin.
After placing tho storekeeper under
nrrcst, the Chief nnd his men went
down to the Japanese' plaeo nnd went
through his daik room. Although (lie
plates fioni which the pictures had
been made were not found In tho dark
loom, two other plates of Indecent
subjects were found.
Tho Chief Is determined to put a
stop to (ho sale of theso kind of pic
hires, and several other places will
ptohnhly lie raided before long. Some
of tho photographs which were seized
today were of tho typo that Wchh.'tlu
man who skipped the country to ftMild
arrest, was In tho habit of receiving
tin ouch the mails.
Webb will probably be brought lurk
to Hawaii within n short time and he
will bnvf to answer to a charge that
tuny laud him In Jail for souio con
H . M
t'.utnwu.i' mciit at ohi-iiixm.
Tonight tho Casino Musical Comedy
Co. will made Its Inst appearand) nnd
will ghe ono of the bent vaudeville
programs of tho season Many re
quests hmo come In to repent several
numbers and this will bo done and
many new songs will be Introduced.
All of tho favorites will do their very
best, nnd tho fact Hint they soon Icaxc
for the coast ought to bring nil their
friends out In full force to glo them
n good send-off. Maud Hoik well, Olgn
and Vllniu Sleek, Cnrlctnn Chase, Uiu
rcl Atkins, llnrry Ourrlty and Harris
McQuIro will nil bo there with the
goods, nnd It will not be their fault
Short Cuts to Religious Perfection
Not to Be Piactised A Large
Aur.encc at Central Union.
Dr. While, who has occupied tin
pulpit of Central Union church foi
soveinl weeks, preached Ills lust local
sermon Inst night.
Pastor While's sermons have been
along ti certain Hue of thought thai
havo been thoioughly iippicclutcd b
the members of tho chinch and mini)
who, wcro not members, as the church
was comfortably nihil nt each service.
Tho subject last night was "The
Sign of tho 1'rophet Jonah." Tho gist
of tho rcrmon wns In tho fact that
lirnplo should not uttemp short cuts
to tho promised snhntlon and enjo)
incnt of eternal llfo. Tho longest way
round, being tho safest way to attain
Doctor Whlto Haiti In part:
"'No sign shall bo given to It but
the sign of the piophct Jonah.' The
I'ljnrlsees asked for a sign, that Is
they wero after u shortcut to Inlcllec
tun! ceitalnty. Tho passion for short
cuts, wi characteristic of our ago, and
of nil nges, Is by no means always a
repi-t benslble thing, ns Jesus nsscrts
It was In this particular case. Who
ther It Is wholesome or vicious do
peuds on tho kind of shortcut a man
"lint there nro short cuts 'and short
cilia. fliose that merit only pralso,
those on tho other hand (hat spell dls
grace; thoso on tho ono hand that rep
icsent a larg.o Investmeilt' or encrgj
nnd trmsurc, ilioso on tho other that
txprcss bhcer Inzlnoss anil Inertia and
Hid passion to got something for noth
lug. It Is needless to say that Jcsut
licenses tho Pharisees, In their search
for n sign, of being guilty of this lat
"You arc seeking u sign? All well
nnd good, so long as ou aro after tlfi
light kind of a sign. Hut you havo nc
need to seek signs You yourself lire
full of them. Kyes and curs; use thorn,
profit by experience. Common senso;
net unity follow It; and jou'll bo nmuz
Ingly uncommon: most men are play
lug tho fool, llcasou; stop trilling unit
begin to think. Conscience; llsfn In
It, honor It, obey It, quicken It. Heart;
follow Its Instincts and givo It tho Cod
for whom It thirsts us tho deer p-tnti.
for the water brooks. I'rajer; pra
without reusing, inako every deed a
pi a) or. Thft cross the crrss on Cul
vary; In tho heart of Cod, In your
own llfo of sacrifice nml loyalty, Hy
this sign by theso signs conquer
Hy theso signs, and by theso alnno,
shall )ou enter into tho rhuiucter that
gives slime In tho luherlluueo' of the
saints In light. Work out your own
Miihatloii; for It Is (lod that worketh
In nu to will and to- do of Ills own
good pietism o."
IIO.MKH -In II lulu, Auguct JU.
11)10, In .Mr. nnd Mrs, I'.ml V,.
IIOIIllvP, II Mill.
Ono lliniiwiiiil splendid hooks, r,Au,
llruwii iiud l.jtin Co, Until wu uinvo
I! II III' I III IiIimmc iilliilii. m ' I
lliiolut IH'lIrr W'lil,
IMUml.ll llniiui. hins,
doors. N'Ino weeks Is n long engage
ment In Honolulu, but the company
bus brightened up the theatrical ut
mnsphcrc considerably, and when tlioy
leave and there Is no Orplieuni to go
to, tho people who have been In tho
habit of running in onco or twice a
week to hear a llrst class vnudpllle
company will miss them sorely There
Is always tho complaint that there Is
not much to go to In the town and
when Manager Cohen goes to tho ex
pense of bringing n large company
down here, (nnd twenty round trip
tickets from Sun Francisco Is no Joke)
It shows ory little reciprocity when
the house Is only half tilled Joel Co
hen Is no kicker, lie Is onu of tho best
loners In town but bo keeps usklng
himself "What do tho people want?"
What Honolulu would do for amuse
incntB without Cohen Is one question
.Hid what they will do with hliu when
they break him by poor patrom.go Is
Many of tho members of the com
pany will Join organizations upon
their arrival on the mainland while
others will remain lor u few weeks In
the Islands. Miss Olgu Stock goes
direct to Now York, where she Is to
Join tho Kolli and DIM forres, which
comedians nro organizing it new com
pany. After concluding her New Or
phcum engagement this evening Miss
Maude Ilnckwcll will appear for u
brief senson at one of the local tlie-
itors. Her engagement here has been
jno of tho successes of her career
ind her popularity knows no bounds.
Uunyen and (lldeon will go direct to
jpoknne, where they will begin n pro-
racted season of the Orphciim nlr
Ileglunlng Monday night, Wise, Mil
ton and Tlsd.tlc, the best funmakers .
aiio uer uppcurtMi on it loctti valine
vllle stage, wlll.,prcncnt for the llrst
Unit! their Twentieth Century Mln
atrels in a grand galaxy of mirth and
music. In which tho Hawaiian sextet
will tnko pint.
Tho program for this week Is a de
parture from tho usual sketches, and
promises to bo one of tho best of its
kind ever seen here. There will bo
tho now est of new gongs, comic and
classic solos, coon ditties, etc. Hy
spcelul request Clarence Tlsdale, tho
tenor .who has already won tho hearts
of tho theater-goers, will sing one of
tho most popular bitllnds throughout
Australia, entitled "Sally Horner."
Tho management bus just completed i
arrangements for u full orchestra, ami '
good music In plenty will bo a pint of!
tho program of tho Novelty hereafter
Manager Congdonis going to glo
tho patrons of the Park, n rare good!
program this week, when all or tho
stars wilt appear In greater etTulg
cno than ever. Connie Murenit will
do stunts that will bring him even
closer to the hearts of tho public tlutii
ho wits already placed himself. Ills
act last week should have been his In
troductory, for while tho first was
ery good It was of a character that
it majority of tho Honolulu people Is
unaccustomed to. For that reason
the pntrons of tho public did not put
as high mi estimate on his worth us a
comedian us he tcscrcd. lluiivurd
and Franklin will do mime more com
edy high kicking, a business at which
Il.tnvanl Is certainly n premier. Their
acts aro always good, and thee rowd
attending the theater insist upon
'in i: mi'iiu: tiikatkk.
The gnat Hoekwcll Is to appear at
tho Kmplro In some of hor well-rendered
songs tonight. This is an ac
quisition for Munuger Ovcrcnd that
will reflect In the box olllce, for Miss
Itockwell was one of tho stellar at
traction with tho Casino company at
tho Orplieuni lust week. Tho Des
mond Sisters and Thompson will hold
oer and please tho public some more.
Ono may look for big bouses lit tho
Kmplro this week and us' long us this
combination remains to itmiiso the
pntrons The motion pictures ut tho
Kmplro huo clone attention of tho
maungt'iueut and nro not made Inci
dental to the nils There will he,
some good ones tonight.
CASTOR I A
For InfauU nnd Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Hi Uullttln am1",
eardi an rl fit
If you are after fine clothing you should see ours.
If you once know it, it will come to your mind
every time you think of fine clothing.
If you put it on your back you will be a pleased
customer every time you wear it.
Wc don't make much of a splurge on
frills, hut when it comes to manly
clothing, garments that show"" true
refinement, and exclusive designs, and
good tailoring, we go the limit.
If you've seen all the lines in town except ours
.you still have much to see.
In all ages
the inhabitants of warm coun
tries have known Nature's
call for a barley and malt food.
Hellanicus, in writing of Plinthium, a city in
Egypt, said that the Egyptians made a wine of barley
that they considered very necessary for the body.
Today the increasing use of "wine from barley"
well proves the wisdom of the old Egyptians. Our .
"men of science who make a study of the human
economy endorse and urge the use of barley and malt v
in the form of pure beer.
The reason is that beer is healthful. The malts
and hops are nerve food, and the habit of drinking it
keeps -the body supplied with fluid to flush out the.
THE WEAK, THE NERVOUS AND THE SLEEP
LESS MUST HAVE IT.
In Hawaii, where the air is lacking in all vitality,
where the least unusual effort results in exhaustion,
the necessity for this food is marked.
And here can be had
pure and properly aged.
a beer that is absolutely
I (Tgr Tii
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