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EVENlNfl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. J!., MONDAY, OCT. 10, 1010.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE .
Horlicks Malted Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the aniumic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly .digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach, it is simply a pure fooU, inviroratjng tartd
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of'rrtalted'jjjain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink Js
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and"
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
S.mple. free to PhyilcUni and Druftiti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S M0.TED MILK COMPANY, Raclni, Wis., U. S. A.
Bags and. ;v
Cut Price necessitated by arrival
of big shipment of Trunks on
Have no storage room, so sacrifice
regular selling prices.
Becomes, the Bride of Young
' Henry Clark Late Satur-
' ",. day Night. ; l'
An unexpected marriage was con
summated I nut Snturdny night when
MrB. Emma IJreler was wedded to
Henry Clark, son of Charley Clark.
The Issuance of the license nnd the
news of the approaching nuptials
were kept secret by the prospective
bride and groom and the story did not
leak out until after the ceremony had
been completed at St. Augustine's
chapel, Wniklkl, by Itov. Pathor Vol
Mrs. Dreler Is fifty-two years of age
,nnd oung Clark Is but twenty-four.
ine untie is possessed oi a snug ior-
tune as her right In tlia, estate of the
late AuguBt Dreler, while the groom Is
a young singer well known In local
" In relation Vo(lsweddlmif the
mornlngpasr statatlint Qeo. 1.
Drown acted as best man. Mr. Drown
culled nt the. II u 1 1 o t, n ofce .thjs
morning' nnd flatly contradicted, Ahat
part of It. He Btates that he, wu nql
best man, In fact did not .know of. Cxi
wedding until tliq next dny ' f'n
FIGHT FOR LIFE
IN ANGRY SEA
YEE CHAN CO;,
Cor. Bethel and King' Sts;
Sfay Par Away From
Buhac-burned in one of these is
without unpleasant odor "
75 CENTS 75 CENTS 75 CENTS .
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
There is no preservative or
artificial A coloring used in
Heinz '57' Varieties
They are preserved in the
cane sugar, spices, vinegar,
etc., and are absolutely pure.
Your Grocer Has Them
Director Wall Appoints Those
To Help Him Make
Paracte Best Ever.
If It Is possible the Floral Parade
lot 1911 willecllpse any previous, (
nremiwun mat line anu H seems as u
tfah!wlll come to pass. The person
s'! oMuq committees Uiat hae been
irtJlMtodjto carry on the work is cer
tainly a guarantee of success.
General Director Wall has made his
selections and appointed those he
thinks moBt fitted to the different
branches of the work. A new com
mlttee has been added to those that
formerly carried on the work and
this Is the Suggestion Committee. Mr.
Willi thinks that this committee will
&el tile I king pln of them all nnd it
WOOld seom. that he Is right. This
conltnittee will get busy "on the ex
pense end of the parade and ge(, a
line on tne proonoie cost or me wrjoie
affair and from that the rest of the
committees will branch off In their
different detail with some base to
Mrs. E D. Tcnncy hnS'bcon placed
at the head of the Suggestion Com
mlltce and she will be assisted by
Mrs. Victor Houston, wife of Lleut.
Comdr. Houston, IT. 8. N, and Mrs
Arthur P. Wall.
Miss Hobo Davison has promised
to again take chaTgo of the Island
princesses division, she having had
charge last celebration. She will be
assisted .by the MIksc'i l.ucy.and Kath
leen Ward and MYs. Ebeh TJbw. f
The automobUk. committee, will be
headed by Fred -C. Smith as chnlr!-
mun. and he wlllrbaasalsted by -Mrs
Charles D, Cooper, Mrs. Uqlen Jpo
nun,Mrs. Mannle I'lillllp?, WII , Jtc'-'
Inerny, Sherwood Lovyrey, linu ifranK
Armstrong. u ,, tl ' , ' '
t ' fm lt i
INCURABLE CASE "
(PATIENT G Yi:AnS OLD)
j Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BEBETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS ?,.. BOX MO
Open From 8 A. M. to 7 F. M., Except Sunday
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All kinds of Electrio light Bathi (bine. red. white and violet).
',( Steam Baths; Turkish, Russian, Fine Needle, Nauheini. Carbonio Acid
i and Oxygen, or uedicai iJatni; uassage, i-Kays and lllgh frequenoy,
, Special attendant for ladies
I0!8 Nnnann St
Evening Bulletin 75c. Per Month
y, It Is more than probablc'tgat
near tragedy wduld haVo Ji&n,
agedy In fact. A 'i .,K x
he boot party wentln smooth-
Bodts Sma$.imt'arlr" "Seven
en Thrown Into Shark
A near Irnnnilv of the Wrtvcg" oc-
ui-ted jesterduy afternoon n short
dlitunco west of Quarantine Island
and just Inside of the nef. It was
a fight for life for over two hours,
and at the end of that time seven
men, with the life nearly beaten out
of them by the pounding of the
heavy surf, were rescued, i
A party, consisting of Charles
Roynl and his wife and baby, Man
ager Lawson of the Art Theater,
Ktfdle Olds, Tommy Lane, Roy Oil
man, Jim Kans and Afong, started
out with guns and two well-filled
boxes of lunch for a ph-filc down, tho
beach. Two bouts were engaged for
tlit) trlii. but ut the last liiolne'ilt
Mrs.ltojal, with the baby,Qecidl!$l
ttyt she would rather yliyalaiig
tiii! beach than go In the kont.Y Hal,
sKo elected to be of tile 'boating'
pi rty, it Is more than prubaurctruu
.' "l. w
ly for a wnnc, tin tne. men jtaaicu
a point about a half mllb'Mto', tl.e
west of Quarantine Island, when' a
euddent squall camo up that 'g.ie
those at tne oars an mey couiu an
to keep the boats right side up, und
While In this fight against the ele
ments a blind breaker struck them
and capsized both boats. The force
of tho water was go great that It is
reported that the end of one of tho
boats was completely smashed.
'Prom then on the seven men who
were occupants of the boatB mado
"a desperate struggle tor their lives.
ahe surf increased In wickedness as
Wry roller came In. What added
,to the horror .of the situation was
the fact that they had seen tho fins
of a number of sharks cutting the
.water a short time previous to th'e
capsizing of the boats.
Eddie Olds, who Is reported to be
a good swimmer, at onco struck out
for the shore, but before he reached
there ho was taken with a cramp,
and A Hawaiian, who was on the
beach nt the time, rushed Into the
surf-a distance of sixty or eighty
feet nnd idragged the man to shore.
lt is certain that ho would have
drowned had not the rescuer been
There wag only one In the party
who could not. swim, and that was
Hoy Oilman, nnd It took the most
desperate offorts of his companions
Hard coughs are bad enough, to.
be sure. Dut it's often' the lit
tic, hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there 1$ a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
(er'$ Cherry Pectoral
fnHni l Dr. I. C, .r d Ct , ttwlt, .. U. S. A.
1st. To vote at the coming gcneral.eleotion. Reg
istration closes 10 p. m. Saturday 8th:
2nd. To secure one or more of thosoiWEATHER-
TO-ORDER LOTS IN KAIMU.KI OR OCEAN '
Yours for a full Registration and a big vote.
KAIMUKI LAND CO., Ltd. ;
(kep him oft tho surface Many
MBijp he was washed away from the
overturned boats, hat was i brought
back each time. v ,
On one of the occasions, when a
desperato Btand wa4 being taken
against an unusually ugly breaker,
Charles Itonl was thrown head first
from the bottom of one of the boats
and came up underneath. He got
out of this plllkia by dhlng and
coming up again on the outside and
getting a firm hold of the craft.
All of this tlmo Mrs. lloyal was
standing on the bench watching the
struggles of the men and unablo to
help them In any manner.
Just where the accident happened
tliero Is an offshore current, and by
,tlils means' the boats were being car
rled' 'fu'rtli'er from land every mo
mentj foh'e "small 'sailboat attempt
ed,' to i EeVbtlt 'Kb 'where they were,
but. could 'Hot 'niafce It and had to
They were at last rescued by
canoe, manned by some strong Ha
wnllnns, who had to fight every inch
of the way to tho smashed boats.
Charles Itojal sajs of tho expert
enco: "We had a mighty hard time
of It for two hours, nncj I'm thank,
fui tiiaT' m)" wife nnd baby were
ushoref'for'TdU'not think thnt wo
(oiiMhKttf saved' them In thnt sea."
llolaVtfas 'around this. morning
eellng little the worse for the
Btruggle, except thnt he Is feeling
NO MATTER how goof 'jhe. cattle may
be. before they reach the slaughter
house if meat is not kept right after
Killing it becomes tough1. We Keep ours
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBR0N & I0UIS. Proprietors
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT -A GOOD JOB, SEE HE TOM SHABP
ABE SEEN EVERYWHERE
, that' the French. Laundry has but
one office, nnd that i's at the Laundry Itself.
777 KING STREET , TELEPHONE 1401
J. ABABIE. Proprietor
Authorities declare kidney disease
lncurablo after tho sixth' month. This
was tho situation up to tho working
out of the now emollient treatment
the only thing known that daros claim
In print to euro chronic kidney (lis
Every case presented has been de
clared Incurable by physicians and In
somo cases four to bIx havo Joined f
In tho fatal diagnosis.
Case of tho llttlo six jcar old son
of A. C. Dean, No. 1726 9th Aenue,
Oakland, Cal. I-ast symptoms of
chronic kidney disease. The family
physicians told tho distracted father
that dcahrJwns.ina,vltablo. At that
lute moment lit licaW about the emol
lient' trfculnSfcirt. ' Tljls jvawvvory slow
case due to serious complications. It
took 'nearly1 a yeav'to'r$8tore!tlib' Iqd.
He la now going to school. '
Richard Ccok.'of Culvert & I.eck of
Ogdcjv Utatjotvprts, tho 'roopyory o(
nis vi j car pji son wmi iikj nociors
had also given lip. Ho aliens now go
ing to school.
Fulton's Itonal Compound, tho .first
successful trcatmont for chronic kid
ney dlseaso enn only bo had In your
city of our authorized agents, Honolulu
Drug Co, Kort street.
Wo desire to hour from and adylsa
with every case not yielding.
'11IK USUAL TlIINd.
A young man from the city of Sioux
Once into a gun murzlo blioux;
Of course It wiib loaded
Add therefore exploded,
he might have known it would
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The Master Stroke in' Car Designing
The suocess of the Overland
the largest sale in the world
pieoe of mechanism.
-the oar which commands
-is solely due to a niaster-
The Overland was designed
. after time had proved what
devices were best and what
mode of construction in ev-
4Ub a uw curiae was JUUUQ
l'l-e.n engine- more simple,
Wised. And that faithful en
trine has done more than all.
ff ,'elM'tqJtaring Overland cars to
The number of parts in the
car were immensely reduced.
One part, now used in the
Overland alone takes the place
of 47. ,
Then the pedal control was
devised. To go backward or
forward, fast or slow, one
simply pushes pedals. The
hands have nothing to do but
. i As a. result, a ,ohiId can
master the cajjn tenj;min
utes. And the! car almost
care j for itself, s., i
The Overlaid ij-i'oe by
, .thelatest aatpmatic)mBcliin
. ery-j'ust -like trW.i nnst
watches. Thus we get exact
ness to the ten thousandth
part of an inch, And the cost
is immensely redbcen under
Our multiplied production
now 140 cars daily has cut
our making cost 20 per cent,
within the past year alone.
Thus the Overland gives a
great deal more than any
other car for the money.
The 25 horsepower Over,
land, with a 102-inch wheel
base, sells for $1003. It is the
first real automobile ever
made at that price.
A 40-horsepower Overland,
with 112-inch wheel j base, ,
sells for $1250. An4 the $1..,'
500 Overland has many" ad
vantages over cars costing
twice the price.
No smaller maker will at
tempt to give what these cars
give for the money.
The Popular Car
The(OyJanone pf the
newest creations has come to
outsell the oldest oars on the
market, The demandijs now
growing faster than ever he
fore. It is Ave times as large
as last Spring,
. You' should kSfop W 'car
which has won such a suc
cess. Its simplicity, its econ
omy, its freedom' from trouble
will appeal to you as to
The Willys-Overland Company, Toledo, Ohio (Licensed under Selden Patent)
The von Hamm-Young Company, Ltd.,
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