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EVENINU IIULLKTIN HONOLULU. T. II.. MONDAY. 8I3PT. B, 1910.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
is tnc most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the an.utnic, 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 j
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Kndorsed by physicians everywhere.
Samples free to Phyilciam tnJ Druftliti.
At all Druggists.
HOnUCK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raclm, Wit., U. S. A.
Get Baby Out in the
Thru viiilrh the future rrofilciiN
mill (Jin cut liiiirnii'i mile t tit Ir mj
r lunr irriiirril fur their iiitiI ii
large Hirldj f rnrl In folilcr. eel-l.ip-dlilis
rrrltnf iifr go r;irl, mid li.il)'
All nf our null lire lrimg nml
v(uril), li.no plriil) of "prlur, mul lire
iiij lo propel) tit prlcei ranging
$5 to $30
Large lic one niolloii nllapIMc n-cllnlng go tnrl, nil
mrtiil frame, riiaiiicl II n Mi, riililiir-llrccl. sled nlicol, Imitation
Ir.illicr uplioMrrlni; hi grrrn, Iironn, or imiroon, complete
ullli liooil, at $111,011; oilier Mjlcs
$5f.0d to ''$18,001
" Mtm? Imtly ko nirtii nilli mlJuMaMc, foot unit rrrllnlng li.irk
. ' ' '
. $13.00 to $15.00
KitiI limljr Ii.iIij r.irrlugri vtllli puniMil or liooil, 'unliolit
f red' vr.lt", Slile, nml lmrl In drulni, ljipclrj, or ronltiro, imlo
gram mul rulilier tires nt
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.,
The llouie of )ii:II).
1S5 King St.
Just large, firm Queen Olives. Picked
right, packed right, taste right.
The most delicious olives sold
Ask Your Grocer for Them
SUMMER IS WHAT YOU MAKE IT
Make it Cool and Comomfortable by Installing; an
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Short Stories For Evening Hours I
WARRING FOR PEACE
H.irly last spring lomobody told tnotliei's bed, a icnso of InJiistL-u
Mia Luclnda lllllninu Hint dcoru-J cloitillliR tier face.
tom charged lew In midsummer, so " l"''"t t"', "l
,, , ,, , . , , . 'of your iikiiii wlille im'rc nick, she
sho p.omptly decided to delay her.; . V(m MclMl mme3l
nouso cicnning iiniii nner uio, -.,,,, . ..... i1(,.i t1110r,w r that
Fourth. There wag n tilllc of grum
bling, bill Miss l.ucllicla stood flrin,
nml not until n Biillry evening of
recent (Into did she warn tliu mem
bers of her family that the cnlcl
mlners wcro upon them.
"There's one thing 1 want under
stood," alio udded. "Mother Is to
have 'absolute peace during this con.
(union. 1 shall Keep her room undls
tiirhcd until the rest of the homo
In In perfect order, and then sho can
the men him work In lieie. Every
thing elfc lu dune, of t nurse, hut
thoy tan Just luko their p.Kli) and
liulciH away and eomo back when'
)ou nre joursolf again."
"Hut 1 want my mom done!" pro.
tested her mother.
"Mother, Ho down. Don't cxclto
yourcelf. Can't jou sco that ou'ro
not stioiig cuougli to plan theso
things? Here you are,' orn out
with this hiMisoolcntilng now, Inspllo
111 Inrh whitl bui
II loch wliteU
gu out Into some quiet, clean pinto of nil my struggle to keep you'pc.ico-
" , -"
M'OKANU tWiudii. Angina 22 A
ipii'lal tn the Cliiiinlclu riiim WiiIIiii'd
M Hint lliu inibllrii or Urn Tuiuim
lllili Infuniry, ixilnwd, Mho uiu puoi
Jt) WuIIhiu mipImi lllll lllrMlllHI nf
hWr W II liiun. Int lifiui fui
iiIiIim4 mid hihiiiiiiiIiii hipI nivn
liui' kill llltM VMHiUI. l4IMu iHHiU
tVtllv 1 1 M V MlH'Uil) Im t iiimi1 M'H'iil.
Tk ChtMHMii llmik'i HHd I'muki
IkHUitl IIHlU. IllMIHtlll lllH lllll HH ill.
(W, kUk m uulu ivluww, wv UuihihI 4MUH
Iwliiu riiiiilnliHl Willi ii Knaid of llm
iiiliiicil Diildli'iii Anollii'l' ili'liiiliineiil
U kii.iiiIIiih iiui iiihii of Aviiy, which
U huuilinuiiKiii tor Uiu llm iiKlitiim.
A lainii iiiiiiiIiui nt llm nii'll hIiu
hhu iu inn m nahl Uio iuiHt II nw
niiiiii mini ihn imuniiliui'l In thin tUy
HH'I HIH MlHi in IiiiIihIm niuiiy uf
llm tJKiiiHi hi.iI iilmiiml rlHtiflH Tli
ilUrlpllnr irflm mul wmii'iHl ''Hll'li'lll'l
iff ! Ili'Hin litkiii. U nlUIMllH I In'
IllKlll'.l M'm I HUM MblIMl. Ilf lli
while her room lu being done."
Mrs. lllllman looked up with tho
gentle protest wlifrli has succeeded
her manner of authority slmo sho
handed over tho housekeeping to her
"I nlwnya have tho decorators be
gin In my room," she snld.
"No doubt," was tho reply. "You
never looked out for )our own com
fort." "Hut I like- to huvo inlua doiio
llnst," Insisted the mother.
"l.cnvo that to mo. I'vo boon
reading a splendid article inllcd
'Keep u Nook for Mother," und I'm
J going by that. All you need to do
Is to stay on your throne mid keep
"Ken a Queen has some rights,
l.uce." her married brother put In.
"I don't relish seeing mother boss
ed." "Hush, Sam!" murmured Barn's
new wife, who was not near enough
to be Ignorant of the effect this ro-
inark would have on Luclnda.
Tliu end or It was that before LU
clnda's wounded feelings could bo
soothed her mother was pleading, al
most with tears, to have hcri room
Accordingly, alter breakrast noxt
morning l.ucllida began making her
"l.uclnda," called Sam's wife, fmnt
tho foot of tho stairs, "tho calci
mines want to seo you about the
color for tho dining-room."
'They'll have to wait," was tho
majestic answer as Luclnda turned
"No hurry about that bed,' Mrs.
lllllnun urged, leaning forwnrd un-fl
easily from the rocker where Lu
cliula had placed her. "Thosp men
get 00 cents nn hour."
"I can't help It If they do. The
first thing Is to have you in peace
In an orderly room."
Tho mother fidgeted, but Luclnda
finished dusting and even brought in
a vaso of flowers befoto sho left.
As Mrs. lllllman sat there alone,
brooding a llttlo sadly" over lmst
J cars of activity, Sam's wlfo peeped
In upon her.
"All ulono:" she Inquired. "I'll
bring in my work."
Within two minutes sho was back
again, blithely scattering whlto r'tv-
c!I:iirs over tho clean lug as shq
spread out the tablecloth she was
hemming and exhibited Its pattern
An iinlmntcd discussion on table
linen arose, and In tho midst of It
Luclnda opened tho door.
"Mercy!" was her comment ns bIio
turned burk to the broom closet and
reappeared with tho carpet sweeper.
"I'm straining every norvo to kcop
th'a ono room In perfect order for
the sako of tho peaceful effect on
mother," she explained to Sam's wlfo
ns sho slammed tho sweeper against
a table leg, "Do ou mind If 1 put
nil your things on ono chair? And
couldn't you work with tho tablo
cloth folded? It looks so clustoicd!
Why, mother!" she"" broke oft in an
noyance, "how did all those dusty
picture get In heie?"
"I moved them In," was tho iipol-
nsetlc answer "I happened to see
them In tho halt and 1 wni afia'd
the frames would he marred with all
thiiso ladders and boards. Tho pas
sage Is nt narrow, you know."
l.uclnda comprcsiscd her lips anil
moved Uio plumes back into tho hall
like an amateur whlilwlnd. Then
slut dosed tho door on two nifflcit-
looklug women und wouUeicd why II
was Unposslhle for her mother to
Ir'Iiiuo life sumo of tho sereliu old
persons she know.
This was Uio beginning. Ily the
end of tho third day l.ui luda's war
for pc'ito hud iiiiiused tho lighting
splilt of every pcison ill tho limine
save mm and several nelglibius t'p
Miilr III the fmnt loom I lie gnutlo.
hearted old mother bud lakuii to
her bed, won led ii tint bieaklng
point by Hlriilui'd lulutloiis 'i llm
limibi'liold. Tlio "Umax hud ottiuieil
lloit iillvriiouii when she li.nl sn
luml h ri llh lull) on llm puilm wall
Mir und l.iuliida lail iiiinlin inl
iii'r l)u k in llm iimin nf lii'i own
MNIIII Hllll nn IhhihiIsiiiw Willi It lllllj
IHiivnk'il ll Imiiw nf 1 1 lili . m hum
hIIihi ineiiiliwii nl Him ImiiiII)
K'iiw Itiiii evuilim llit'l utiwi' til
U'lUlU MlNMl III liltl lUHl W HI
Dead silence followed. It was not
until Luclnda had turned away that
a grim smile lllekcred across tho old
face an the pillow.
York Mule Ciiiiinilltrr Voles
Agnluot Colonel, 'JU to 15.
NI3W YOltK, Aug. IC For tho sec
ond tlmo since he returned from Af
rica, Theodore Itoosevelt has been de
feated by tho party organisation In
his own state, lloth times tho defeat
could hae been averted. In each
Instance Lloyd (irlscom, chairman, of
ftho New York county Republican
committee, was tcsponslblu for tho
defeat because bo Insisted on forcing
an Issue when warned that tho votes
wcro ugalnst him.
With tin ce members missing tho
Rtitta committee today, by u vote of
20 to ir, selected James S. Sherman,
vice-president of tho United States,
over Colonol Itoosevelt, to be tempo
rary chairman of tho Itcpiibllcun
state convention, which will meet In
Sarnglogii on September 27.
Tho rejection of Itoosevelt cauio on
the motion of Orlncoiii. As soon us
tho stnto committee met William
flames moved that Shcimnu bo named
as temporary chairman.
Orlscom was on his feet lit oiuo.
"1 niovo that tho name of Colouel
Itoosevelt be substituted for that u
Mr. Sherman," ho said. "I aim move
that tho selection of n temporary
chairman be deferred until tho next
meeting of this committee, which will
bo on tho night preceding tho con
vention." IlurncH Interposed a technical ob
jection, insisting that (irlncom had no
right to make two motions. A par
liamentary wrangle followed.
On tho suggestion that action bo de
ferred tho committee by a vote of I'll
to '4 decided adversely. Then cumo
tlio Wo in jtho Orlscom motion. On
thls'xolo threo members Switched be
cause of friendship tor Itoosevelt, but
the (Jrlncom' motion was defeated by
20 tit IS. Barnes' hint lot thnt Shcrr
man ho chosen was thon voted on, ami
according to the announcement of
State Chairman Woodruff It 'was car
ried unanimously. As it mutter of
fact, however, Orlscom, Ilenuclt, and
a number of the other ll(mevelt ad
herents did not vote on tho proposition.
.trill 'MUCKS MILL
C.lltltY .MAIL .MATTini
lin-iil llrlliiln Finds n Solution fur
Trnnsportulloii I'rolilenl lu That
WASIIINOTON, August 20 Oicul
Ilrltaln bus suited, In a lueasiiio, tho
ipiestlon of cheap transportation of
Its mulls. Automobile tiucks are be
ing used lu conveying mall mutler be
tween Uiudon und Illnulnglium, ea
pnclully tho heavier class of mall, at
cording to Albert ilalslead, I'nlted
Stute.i Consul ut Illriiilnglium. The
illstunco between the two cities Is 1U
nillcs, und tlio automobile wagoiin
connect with wagons of similar typo
along tho route which will carry
malls to tho smaller towns. In this
manlier, says Consul llaUtead, u wide
tt'iiltory is covcied und better bor
kb Is secured.
It Is believed this service will mate
rially Improve the postal service, says
Mr. Ilalslead. "It will naturally nv
dace tliu amount of currlugu by mil
und will probably he iiioio eionom-
The report has moused mudi iuloi
Mt In the I'oslolllco Depuilliimit heie
becaiisii of Uio lupld grnwlli of llm
I in al lieu delivery 8) sum In ihu lul
Dolivorios sti'ictly on schedule
Selection of dates by order of sale
The Verdict of America :
"Ii it's built by Chalmers it's built right"
.- X I
ii . I
Dealers in Motor Cars
HOMIlltAS lli:i:i)S ut an eaily date The Iloudurnti olll-
1VAIIMMI (IT LMiLAMI cliils of this district have experienced
I tho practical icsultB of demands by
t.iitrrinir .Medina U Kcrallcd und Tniii tho Ilrltlsh Goveriiment lor alleged
Other tllllrliiN i'laceil lu I'rNdii. Indignities to Ilrltlsh subjects. Tho
1'iesldcut has lecnlled Oovernor Mo
NIC W OHI.KANS, Aug. 20. A spo- jillna, who was in charge of tho De
dal from C'olba, Sp.inli.li Honduras, ' p.irliiicut of Atlautldii. Major Do
says: Tho lliitlsh ciulscr Scylla Iiiih ' l'laza l'lunas, who was charged with
again bulled with n promLso to letiiin tho killing of a lliltlili lluiidiir.iu
named Ttiursloii nml a Ilondurnn of
llccr named Gonzales, who Is alleged
to bavo assaulted another ucgio, n
Ilrltlsh subject, are icportcd to linva
been put In prison.
If tho modern prodigal would par
take of tho obeso veal It'n up to him
lo hurry homo before the mimnier
boarders arrive. '
CASTOR I A
For Intend mid Olilldrau,
The Kind You llaya Always Bouehl
Hir IN S2? jjTAT'A '
yield to the persuasive powers of
and strength comes with the first
You can SLEEP soundly after
taking it, and lift the system into
a condition to resist the enervating
It gives mental power to those
who use it.
It is the HOME beer.
S.A W ,4
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The .l)r TlHrarprwcl
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