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A, Letter from the
School Will Open
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: bought from our store, and juiging from persopat expressions
their parents all agree" that NO OTHER school shoes are quite
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COURTEOUS. TREATMENT AND PROPER HOE FIT--i
TING ARE TWO RULE3 STRICTLY ENFORCED. IN TrflS
SXORE. '.fUr-y? vv;;::: . -q,;'
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We are prepared to show you ,a; complete tardWell-assorted4
stock of L. S. EVAN'S LITTLE CHUM" SCHOOL SHOES.
T An endless chain of GOOD
AND PACKED IN A
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Monday,. Sept 16th
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SHOE VALUES, bids you come.
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- risher And
If the question of how well Hawaii
is; being reveloped - along "American
Jihea: Js dri1 ofHhe things Secretary
Fisher digging into,' he' can not af
ford to neglect the schools in his In
vestigations. . Here he . wfll find the
great American "melting, pot" to be
performing Ut3 functions -with com
pJete efficiency U. 'h X r-: . .
: , The other day a little Chinese boy
in the .Royal school , turned in a , com
position with . . the . word "copyright"
written at the end of it i
"What; ,do you mean by . copy:
. I. copied. It right, said; the yttung
Mein ;Leiber "Adolphf It iss more
as a long 1 time. yhenij .yas ;writing to
you; before, "but I, bet ::yoib as bow I
fcaff been v busy' iriore' as a little. ; Der
latest in der line off amusement is der
seance iyhat , iss going on in der Sen
ator's .bedroom; in der Capitol. Dey
vas , calling lots of f people to tell
things, und I, expection as how; I vill
know; Bometbine i about der Guff enef ."
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iivsi -every uvuy uzrvi uueiv uuu it ia
not all bad vhat ve know; either. Still,
yhjat iss' der use ? "- If somebody vas to j
go up dere-;und svear on a stack off
-j bibles so . high as der steeple- on der
j Middle Union church, dot der. Guffen
i er yasva'cock-eyed horse thief do you
: suppose as how Secretary Vlaher vould
jbelief bim!., I ypuldn't: ;Dese investi
f gation, coming right along und; filling
in 'right after der Ferris Hartman sea
:! son, fills up vhat might haff been con.
I sidered by some people as a gap.; It
a Iss alrighC Adolph. ' Let der invest!'
gation go on, I say.' i Up to the pres-
ent time idt puts me in -mind off
j "bid- und "asked" on" der stock sheet
I Anyhow, ve vill find o'udt' about effery
ithlng else mit -der exception off der
land laws, ' you '. see.
Der other morning Z vas sitting in
der park grounds by IThomas Square,
rind T'vus vatrhlne" all nff ripr 'smflin?
faces off der youpg ladies vhat. vas go
j ing by about half pat eight.; I didn't
know, ve had so many smiling Faces
'.in der city, una .vhenI "asked a feller
? yhat vas sitting;, by me aboudt it . he
said as how dey. vas alhschoolma'ams
going back to vork, und vas tickled to
death aboudt idt ' v; ? -:v
j .DerJss a schoolma'am liffing at der
rsame housecyhere ; I vas liffing, und
she has takento trimming , all off het i
-own hats. She says she has to do idtr
to . keep. der ,wolf from der. door. I
; don't know as idt iss der hats vhat
' she trims by her own hands, but she
sure succeeds as' faras der-wolf iss
concerned. I don't think , as how she
should be afraid to walk right across
Siberia mit one off her self-trimmed
: hats on. H
! A smiling race; una ; a cneery song
. goes a long ways in a vorld like jder
i one vhat ve iss liffing in; sometimes
idt goes too far. Some time ago one!
J off der men vhat preacnes to aer pris
oners in der shall ofer on der reef,
(you know him, Adolph, he iss not a
big man), veil, he sang a song once
on Sunday und der prisoners entered
a complaint mitt Mr. Asch because dey
said as how idt xas not in der sen.
Yah, yah, Adolph; der Vikiki beach
is shust der same as idt vas vhen you
fas by Honolulu here. I. vas oudt dere
last; Sundayiind vas ' vatching all off
! ny, Adolph, as how you neffer see a
fgal mit a bathing suit on her vhat ef
rffer looks half so nice as one off deru
igals In der bathing suits in der pic
tures 't dot der , artists make m der Since the day of the opening of Yo
magazines? And,' ach! -fiouie! no kind' kohama to foreign trade in 1859,. says
off a bathing suit vould make a man I the Japan Gazette,' there have always
look., like anything but a tomato vhat beeu contingents of foreign troops In
has been.run ofer, mit a cart-wheel. the foreign settlements until today,
- Did "you notice now sassy' vas 'derl wherithe last "contingent '-:of American
fellers In Mefico und Nicaragua
ting against r Americans vbat , vas
down', dere? ( t iss sure; as how derv
United Stat , Wt: vant to do I .any ,
scrapping, V -iJiet you more as sixv
t bits : dot del
ted States vill show
ULLKTI N &T IJIvKVYJsSErir. ; 14 , 11)12. ,
vi ii li if lrw it
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In: thef, same ancient seat of . lean:
ing' a teachef asked those who, coul '
give, the names of things madft-f rot
ivory to bold up their hands.- Amon.
those who responded was a little As'
atic ; who-;iad been known as ' a , dul
one like Sir .Walter' Scott, perhaps
when ; hep attended School. Rejoice'
at this symptom of dawning . mtelli
gence Ia 'an ; tmexpected quartef , 'th''
teacher cfager!y gave thel backwai
phild - the. firs! , chanceo peak- -J
i " Well.'Cbfngi -tell I me the name :
sonielhing'ittiade; of ivory"
Ipry v floapT was the quick reply
em dot . she has got f a punch :vhat
iiurta ifLdfiy donrt shtop abusing some
Ainencans ynai -is iowu-ae re' .sup-;
pose 'dey vtll ' be "trying v torun Jder
Panama canal vhen ve get tt finished
r. Dpt'puta , me in mind as how some--body
, said sprbithing;-, about;;der ;can,q,i
In .Hbnblula der ; other-, dayyut ia en
pmy to ' Progressl veness chap'geddev
Tor a coupleff yeari.; ."iip "
knows almost der -vorstnow. urid Is4
bearing up wonderfully, und'iff ye nre
asleep ..vhen der ships..' cptamence to
go . through der canal,' youY$il'alvaye
remember as how Mr. Taftvvvas der
man who put der "iff" in; tariff.
Your friendt. :
NEW GOVERNOR NAMED
William T. 'Haines, whose jncture is J
shown above, is the .man . largely re
sponsible for Maine's return to the
Republican . rani.s at the'election, a' fef
days ago. ' rHis vigorous JandTaggresi
sive " personality . won-- thousands ; of
votes during his campaign, against the
Democratic governor, Plaisted, and be
was easily eleeted governor to ; suc
ceed him. Not only, this, but a Repub
lican legislature,' assuring the naming
of a G. O. P. senator, and a set of Re
publican congressmen were aso elect
ed. The result is that it looks like 4 a"
Taft or Roosevelt victory in -Maine
next November. " : f
get-(guards embarked upon the U. S. enlis
erv Cali f prnia home. neyerto return.
Graduajly'as apajtad vaiaced, in v the
scale i of nation, tbJB - various details
of tropps ,frm Great- Britain;: France, ' I
feltc; hat? . befn -wJithdrawnbuH by f
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some. : persistency 'of ; of ficl 1 . red-tape
or ..otherwise, .'the. marine : g'jsj'ds of
he U.'S. Ijlaval, Jjospltal , were retaln.
httJy : It "is not known .lust why they
t&ve'-ljeen iitdrawn'afthjs time, but
ineir. autieswere .no; onerous, ana n
is supposed. thatMt' has "dawned upon
some subdlvisiotf'oftfce Stater Depart
ment that tbey were-superfluous herc.
Jfeyerthele8s, '.they conslituted-the; .last
Tlf STn'-erU' iVtf?
cannot soak in.
Makes- ah ideal 'shortening , instead of butter or
lardimid its more Bcohohucal than
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s talkinff -about it. - Try it for
eyeryxning jasce : oeuer
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to all parts of the city
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contingent of foreign troops re gnlarly
stationed in Yokohama,. and their .de
parture Is. thus historically notable."
It Was only a little contingent after
alla band of seven : men in ctarge
of Sergt v George ;AVarrelL who board
ed the California for. home. Sergeant
WarrelU it should be mentioned, . was
Admiral Dewey's" orderly on the fa
mous Olympia, and had. resided in. Ja--
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of food is
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why itsbest ibr deep nying
pan for 14,years, riaklr r
ia Yokohama during his zzl:
V William Rutherford llcz.1, a
inent architect of , New Yc:!-,
possession " ? of an as.cyr.: - 3
card -warning hin that z
wife ar8 "to- be blown to j! .;.
isDeaevga 10 oe tne wc::: c:
fanatics. , '"
It is so hoc
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