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nOXOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; Tl()yiAY, AUGUST 16, 1915.
TACIffi'S MAYOR POINTS OUT REED
(Continued from page one) v
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call are- features that are probably
worth ; any mistake the people may
- make with them. In their tendency to
' put the people more clcsely In touch
with municipal affairs and induce
them to take greater. Interest In the
details of their government Of course
"a recall 'would only . apply. In case of
J elective officers and would not reach
a eity manager, under the manager
plan of government.. . ; . ..
P?Tne hoped-for reduction of over
head charges through the commission
i ,fifiIan nerc n " tailed to -materialize.
One reason possibly.- Is that there has
been great-expansion of municipal ao
1 Ulty. ' Thek city dolwg a great
many more things for the people than
it formerly did things largely the
-. people themselves- have -ordered; 'An
j other, reason, and possibly- it mar not
be-Inherent-in the system, but rather
"because 'of the circumstance of per
-stmnel of the local commissioners, Is
" that each man has been bent on mak-:
l ig- a. showing of work in his own
department thus engendering a sort of
i rivalry as to who should 'get the mo-
,"Ty This has been possible aa most
. ; expenses come out of one - general
;-7iiond and if one commissioner spends
more than his -share the-others nat
,urally .will run short There has
; been an apparent tendency on the part
:jst some commissioners at least to see
;. rthat they got their share.
Tacoma Goes Forward.
VVtThcre .is no question, but that the
Jr4ty of Tacoma baa made, Improve
Wuent over many things In the old
form of government "by adopting the
Dtwcharr. But, the charter has sev -
Circuit Judge , Ashford has an-
Trounced .bimeelf -as .being a .bitter ne-
my of the-' push-carts owned by Japa-
mn wese. Chinese and others, from which
r""one m 8 yt. purchase eandy, Ice cream,
water ' and, ' on cerUin days,-
snails" and . "sinkers." i -
LJUDGE ASiiFClID DECLARES W
1; 0M CART FOOD IffiliS
clared, "the .amount of- the llcyjfor
these-carts would" be so hlgnat lne
i owners would - be forced go out of
buslness.v.' t ; . ,
. ' :Jnge frd J2yThe :basea This
, '. aiiacn oncesurr- hA hBfc tiMrAtram
i "SPPearing in the Juvenile
.VA boy will devote-consider-
kv.e energy to celling two newspapers
to obtain Ave centa, he argues.--If this
nickel Js spent' at1 a "push, cart, "the
boy receive In return, a lot of "vile
stuff," says-the judge, which does him
absolutely ho codd."! LAnd more than'
lEil'S uJlLGalG AT 'FI1ISC!
t . ..
Uil-Further proof of'the drawing power
fOf. tHawalis -exhibit, at-.the- Panama
Pacific .exposition, .San Francisco, has
been 'furnished In letters which -have
been received -by Acting. Secretary t A.
P. Taylor' of the Ha wait 'Promotion
'Committee from mainland residents
living as far east ss Cohoes, N. Y,
asking for further descriptive litera
ture and publicity matter concerning
thjs territory. . .. x t. . . t ,.
i t have just; finished: taking In ,tbe
licsutiful Hawaiian exhibit at the P.-P.
. E,7 says a letter, from Ruiolph J.
f iia of Cohoes, N Y..' "It is. sloriaus
ami wonderfuL Lwant to know more
about the islands.,., Please -eend. me Ie
scriptive matter," f ;
lra. M. A. McCoy of San .Francisco
is another writer ' who visited the ex
hibit and was so charmed with! It that
she-wants . to- loam more, about the.
M These Corn Flakes are not only a delicious break
fast food they make an appetizing lunch at any hour
of theday. !
. And how the kiddies do enjoy them! After play
5 tiinc-for lunch or supper the crinkly brown flakes
just hit the spot. v
Poast fToastics are made of choicest selected white
Indian corn; steam-cooked, daintilv seasoned, rolled and
-'- toasted to a delicate golden-brown.
Post Toasties reach you all ready to serve just add
cream or milk. Little or no sugar is '-required as pure
sugar is cooked in. Also mighty good with any kind of
fruit. '-a---' - ::y... i:-y. -';'.:r: 'x-
MEW IN CITY'S VORIt
eral lams legs that possibly are not
inherent, in commission government.
but are in theparticular one here and
cause considerable annoyance,
There has been a great improve
ment in all-around administration due
to advanced methods, civil , service
among the majority of employes and
a-general tendency to demand better
things. How much of this is due to a
change in the plan of government and
how roach to natural evolution is hard
to say. ' 4;.- : 1 -r( ;
Don't Draw Detailed Charterr
A mistake in the Tacoma charter
and one inherent In mcst charters is
that it attempted to go into detail
en matters concerning which the char
ter makers were' not experts. : Thus
the commissioners have been hamper
ed often even where they ..knew Mf
improvements that could be made-and
desired to make them. The shorter a
charter the better, and, it ought not
to -go too much into detail In fixing
offices. A good man might be able' to
combine - several .positions and da-
crease expense ;without loss of efflcl-
ccy and he should not be hampered
by a charter that fixes the places ar
bitrarily. . .-i : ' ' ': ' '
The one, great thing in all 'muni
cipal advances today it seems to me
Is to get the Idea recognized 'i -that
municipal government is a special vo
cation requiring -special training,
vision grasp and experience. Any
charter that will help to spread this
idea will advance the 'cause of ; good
government ; .' !'
Trusting your, city may be able to
work-out something of value, I am,
Yours very truly.
j,. y, ..HAROLD, KIQ RQCKHILL.
one nickel goes Into the POck0Jf yJtn
m9n fmm tti jKrf? i.IZ. I to nip in the bud a storm.
pushcart man, from
AAA I VI" TV VI A 114 5 UWle.- . . $
"Everyjlis boy BpeniB a njckel
atpuKart heis deliberately throw
'"a wav th& results of the sale of two
IX ewsnaoers " declares the judge:
more intimate control iy thp police
or'the-board of 'health. If Thad my
way about it IU'inake the licensee fee
so steep .that the .carta. would driv
en off the streets , .Tliey serve "no
useful DurDoae; they do no, good." r
Judge Ashford also calls, attention
to the so-called "lunches" served by
the: carts wnich line the street in front
of the local public schools dnringv the
'There is absolutely nothing nour
ishing or stimulating about them," he
islands. -:v V;
rAa. adirect result. of the exposition
exhibit Mr. and - Mra "W. Crowle,
nromlnent Australiana, stopped; over
hereinbefore ? returning to tteir
heme. . They visited ; the .Hawai
ian building, and : were ao delighted
with ?the glimpses of 'Hawaiian acen
eryi: Bowers, and fishes there that they
determined to make a stop here.
i k The Crowles,, registered at Ttbe
Alexander Yioung .hotel, and -toured
Oahu in their motor car, Which they
took wlth them toCalifornla," ; ; .
. "We are trying to intereet outsiders
in the islands' beauties -and ? advant
ages; said lrvTayior?toaay. ,.-.When
we get people - from -;San Francisco,
Chicago, Cohoes, and those places in
terested -in r the t Hawaiian Territory,
then we know that Our exhibits at the
exposition-are gaining results' - - V
a SELL. PART OF CHINA
8 SENT TO KAMEHAMEHA 8
BY FRENCH EMPEROR a
a -v . ,,- - a
a The James P. Morgan Company 8
U will sell at auction or by private a
a sale, within a few days two pieces a
a of the china dining. service which a
a was presented , to Kamehameha a
a III by Napoleon III of France, a
a There are very few pieces of the a
a original set . remaining, although a
a imitations have been frequent 8
8 lately. The original set was sold 8
8 many years ago. w ; , 8
8 .The two pieces now held by the 8
8'eompany, consisting of a plate 8
8 and a platter, are from the col- 8
8 lection known as the "green set" 8
ft which ,Ia . sometimes confused 8
U with the "bine set? .which . aa 8
8 given tor KaJakaua. - f ,) ; ;
8 ,fThe plate and platter are deco- 8
8 rated ;wlth a. broad band of light 8
8 green. edged, with gold., while In 8
H the, center, .is the. Hawaiian coat-. 8
8 cf-arms. The two pieces are yal- 8
8 ued; att:bpvt.jfl50.:-; n f 8
a a 8 88 a un Sa a t a a a
V POEMS BY BARTLEY
lleisrs. The Honolulu Star-Bulletin,
'. .Ltd., Honolulu, i ,
i Gentlemen : "Anlmalcular" and "The
Y. M. a A.
Is. the glaring titles of my, songs today.
Respectfully ; Iye ; cut , my,., allotment
.' down -i. . i, , .;
Because of liberties to , my last as
signment to town.
Your atrocities to my former commu
Is a monstrosity and -a blot to your
My poems entitled:' "The Gubernato
rial Chair? -
And The Regal Pa-u Riders" would
have made anbacribers stare.
estly, I cannot undersjaf yo
And liberties to ae!
cnesa which I
However, degf'8ira,.I.'man my former
Please publish theberewith enclosed
but . remember, I've cut your allowf
fiance down ; to. guard myself from
"wrongs. -X:'- x . s ; ''
Yours,, a subscriber,
;; -:X B. Ji. ;BARTLEY. ;
U I . aui malcuIaRv,, r v -:
" (Original poem.) y
Aaimaicular yea. that's about all, ..
m.-. The; Vild. beasts fcere-;.. j. ,
Yet o; the-, bygone dynasty's stall.
Was turned looee. beyond recall. ; . :
And roams the paths we revere
On rail the, IIands o tbia hemia-
.;y phere. .''X-1- v -;- :
Animalcular?, Np; 'tis 'the sportsman a
desire 'v. A ... .-;
For big. African, Jungle game;
But theeanctimonious .Hawaiian fire
Called for their, more civilised .'byte-p
Ahd ao nimrods' fame
Now reats on 'goat and bulls not
' ; ; ; , tame. p: : .:i :. X': oX: ;
. : '- x 'ii';" - f ;i ''-" ":'.""
Anlmalcular Yea thafa about all
The wild animals here
"Be sanitary and sane" the wiseacres
i'-, :: Call-
Or else you're slated, for Molokai's
hall, f-x-x,- j
There'a no . bigu game only ,'the
And xiphoid anlmalcular we fear.
. Rv M. BARTLEi.
: ; ,,THE yi.M.,C,iA. ;.
'-.., i, (Original poem.)
The Young lens Christian- Associa
t , v"tiOnM . - .1 if.iv ;,j i -
That glorious foldof ;;overy nation,
iReceites; onei big, .nolay-laudation f
From 'Christiana here.
Hawaii couldn't be without this good
.-society.. . .. .' '-i t.. ,
Which keeps men from impropriety,
And within the pale orsoonety .;
.Fraiernal . Christian life, oh 'dear!
Everybody, want?, his. friends and rel-
:f,,- auouq ,.t tJ,. j i .,..,1 . : -
To Join'them and their organizations
In their ..various endeavors ana eia
tions. " i .''" j'n;
To society's betterment.
Every .Christian father and. all .moth-
Wishes the-Y Al. C. A. weal and bro
. therhood. .
Wishes, cordially wishes, their sons in
, , In sordid metropolises pent . ,
They have, the encomiums and grati-
, tude ' X-
Of all church-goers whose . latitude
Is for the , moral, Christianized hood
Of Christianity and sacred ditty
Also gentlemanly, .pastimes and sports
Free from immorality and. hurts,
Free from temptation :m. the courts
Of 4he Y..M. C.v.A,of .the city.
. . . M.fEARTLEY.
. LOCAL AND PENERAL
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. . Tho case of & P. Winter, charged
with having smuggled. $2000 wprth ,of
opium, into Honolulu the latter part
of June, will be given a preliminary
hearing - before U. S. CommisBWher
George S.-Curry, on August. ,24. f
A preliminary hearing of the case of
Dr. William T. Dunn, former resident
Dhysician at the Queen's hospital, will
bev had before U. S. Commissioner
George S,: Curry tomorrow morning.
Dunn is cnargad with having commit
ted a. statutory offense. ;: He ras
brought back to Honolulu from Samoa
by TJ. Marshal J J. Smiddy.
HURON K. ASHFORD. clerk to Cir.
cult Judge Ashford, began a two
weeka' vacation today. Mr. Ashford
experts to spend the greater- part of
his vacation at the coral gardens at
AT BIG ISLAM
Well-known Hawaiian Was
: ' Prominent in Government
Affairs Under Monarchy
The remains of James Harbottle
Boyd, who died at Waimea, Hawaii, at
2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, will ar
rive in Honolulu in the steamer Mau
na Kea tomorrow morning. No ar
rangements have as yet. been made
for th,e funeral, but it waa'announced
today that these will be comnletel
within the! next day or two.
air. Boyd was 56 years old and
was one of the best known part-Ha-waiians
in the territory. . He was
prominent in government affairs dur
ing the monarchy and the provisional
government He started his career
by being appointed- clerk in the de
partment of the interior, and later be
came a member of the; staff of King
Kalakaua and, when Sanford F. Dole
was president, was superintendent of
publicworks. His commission to Nek.
kar island with a view to annexing
that territory for Hawaii waa an inci
dent "in hia life never to be forgotten
by kamaalnaa. . : X -
Mr. Boyd was born In Honolulu July
4, 1859, and received his education in
the local schools. He is survived by
a widow, seven children, Jamen A..
Irene, Edward, Archie, Cleghorn, Hel
en and Norman Boyd, and a brother,
Edward S. Boyd,' former land commis
sioner. He was a brother of the late
Airs, ueorge nooenson. -
Prior to hia death 'Mr. Boyd had
UJ y coTinected with the 'department
ago he ten tipnoiuiu tor vvaimea, tia
wail, in connection ( with the govern
ment's defense . in the case of the
Parker Ranch against the territory, a
case for. the . settlement of certain
water rights., ;
.. Only 20. shares , of. stock, changed
iands at the session this morning Ha--waiian
Sugar and . Waialua being, the
only active issues while dealings in
;Waialua, Hawaiian Commercial, Oahu
the total of : 165. shares handled be
tween .boards; , Waialua vis doing pe
culiar stunta ; ; Late last : week It
climbed from 2&to23 l-2,.old today for
23 1-4, ,and on, a sepond . transaction
went to 23, flati, with, closing offerings
at the latter. fisureand. no takers. The
iparket was exceptionally quiet today.
BIG RECEPTION -FOR
" HIROSHIMA VISITORS
v;'; .(;.. . X-.X
A delegation of Japanese business
men from the chamber of commerce of
the city of Hiroshima is on board the
Shinyo Mar u, due . today, on the way
to the Panama-Pacific exposition at
San Francisco. Local Japanese will
tender a welcome to the visitors to
tiigbt; at a big reception. i
By A. T.IQNGLEY. Marketing Superintendent.
;; WEEK ENDING
HONOLULU WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Issued ! by the Territorial Marketing Division, ,
Wholesale only, :"X '-x '.;, .,' ' -x-'x '; '.;,
, BUTTER AND EGGS. . v,..:: '. X: ; POULTRY.
Eggs , scarce. : Demand good. Demand good for fat young poultry.
Island tub butter, lb. . ' ... .28 to .29 BroUere. fat, 2 to 31bs.,....32 to 35
Fresh Island eggs, doz .
Duck eggs, doz. ..... :". .
. . .30
,'."'';. 4 '
Beans, string, green, lb. . . . . .2 to 3
Beans, string, wax, lb. . ... . .3 to 4
Beans Lima, in- pod, lb....,...... 3
Beans. Dnr-f- . :
Maui Red, cwt...
none in market
ClicOf .'Cwt '
.': Small white, cwt
Peas, dried, cwt
Beets- doz. bunches ......
. ... 4.0u
. ... .5.00
Cabbage,, bag ... . ,
Carrots, doz. . bunches
Corn, sweet, .100 ears
. 1.50 to 2.00
Corn, Haw. small yellow. 38.00 to 40.00
Corn, Haw., large yellow. 36.00 to 38.00
Alligator pears, doz, 25 to 1.00
Bananas.. Chinese, bnch.....20 to .50
Bananas, cooking, bnch....75 to 1.00
Breadfruit None in market
Figs, 100 .....85
Grapes, Isabella, r-ib. . .8
-'''-V": ' LIVESTOCK. ' . '
Beef, cattle and sheep are .not bought "it live weights. They are taken
by the meat companies dressed and paid
Hogs, up to 150 lbs., lb. .11 to .12'
Beef, lb .... . . . .'.
Veal, lb .........
Steers, No. 1, lb
Steers, No. 2. lb.
. .11 to .12
..12 to .13
,'the following are quotations on
Corn, small yellow, ton. 41.00 to 42.00
Corn, lage yellow, ton.40.r0 to 41.00
Corn, cracked, ton 41."fl to 42.0
Barley, ton 4 . .H1.00
Bran, ton ......32.00
Scratch food, ton .4.7.(Kto 45.00
TO PAVIl WORK
Twelve Voices Answer 'Yes in
One Chorus When Vote of x
Approval Is Asked for :
. A dozen people, all property owners
on Lusitana street, or, representing
property owners on that highway, ap
peared before Superintendent o Pub
lic Works Forbes at noon today at a
public hearing which waa advertised
for that hour and all. of course, voiced
their aDoroval of the nlan v to take
about I19.O0O out of tue fund of $41,
1 000 made available by the last legis
lature for construction of streets in
the Auwaiolimu tract on Punchbowl,
for the hard-surfacing of Lusitana
street ' '.:' v.. .'';..'
No residents appeared to protest
against the use of the $19,000 on the
one street and two residents only ap
peared who reside on the street pro
per. They live in the same house
a few hundred feet mauka of Lusi
tana street The hearing was called
by Mr. Forbes and was widely advert
Used for the purpose of sounding out
the feeling of the people of Punch
bowl with regard to the proposed Lu
sitana street work. . -
"Are you all satisfied to have $19,
000 ; of ' this. $41,000 appropriated by.
the legislature for the ; improvement !
of the Auwaiolimu tract streets ex
pended on Lusitana street r asked j
Forbes. ; - r'r '-l.x : x:. X 'l
Twelve voices said "yes. j
Then Forbes, had each of those 12 j
men sign statements to the effect that j
it was their desire that the Lusitana
street improvement should be made
in accordance with the present plans. ;
.These plans c.all for the territory pay-ihgtiy.S4-7
of the total cost of Im
proving trfe --s.trect the county $9,
784.54 and the propeTwnera on
the makai side of the 8treeT5tW3.
it is not unlikely that the county ma
have to pay. a larger amount that the
figures quoted owing to objections to
the assessment being expected from
a church and from ether organizations
holding Lusitana street property. . ;
C. G. Ballentyne; manager of the
Rapid Transit; Harry Strange of the
Honolulu Gas Company, Ben Hollin
ger, supervisor, and the city engi
neer also were present
Tourists, , officers of the army .and
navy and their ladies and local soci
ety folk are invited to attend a dance
to be given at the Moana hotel to
morrow (Tuesday) evening, beginning
at 9 o'clock. Adv.
x'.:- j- NOTICE.
Draft No. 52, amount to $1.00, drawn
by., Haw'n Irrigation Co., Ltd., Hono-
kaa, .. on . July : 1, has been lost and
therefore payment stopped. Finder
return same to F. A. Schaefer Co,
Ltd, agents. . ; 6243-3t
AUGUST T2, "1915;
i 1 'l-
Young roosters, lb... .... . .35
Henc, good condition, lb.. . ... ... .25
Turkeys,' lb. .33
Ducks, Muscovy, lb......... .25 to .30
Ducks, Pekin, lb.. ....23 to .30
. Ducks, Ha walian, doz . .......... 5,00
Peanuts, ..small, lb .. ... . . . .', . . . . . . . .3
Peanuts,, large, lb... .. . . . ... ... ..4
Onions, Bermuda, lb 1 to Z
Green, peppers, . bell, lb... ......... .6
Green peppers, chili, lb.......... 24
Potatoes, isU Irish, new. . ...1 to V
Potatoes, 'sweet, cwt. ...... .85 to LOO
Taro, wet land, 100 -lbs.
Taro, bunch ..........
Tomatoes, lb .X.. ...... .
..8 to .10
23 to .33
.1 to 1&
Green peas, lb.
Cucumbers, dcz.. ......
Pumpkins, lb ..........
Limes, 100 ............... .75 to 1.00
Pineapples, cwt ........ .......65 to 75
Pohas, lb 8 to .10
Papaias, lb k to
Watermelons, per 100. ......50 to LOO
for by dressed weight.
Hogs, 130 lbs. and over. ... 11 to .1
Mutton, lb. . .............. .11 to .121
Pork, lb .......... 15 to .19
Sheep skins, each .
Goat skins, white, each.
10 to .20
10 to .30
feed, f. o. b. Honolulu.
.36.00 to 37.50
..41.40 to 45.00
. .?.!?. to 30.0O
.24.00 to 2S.0(
.23.00 to 23.5(
.22.00 to 23.00
Wheat, ten ........ . .
Middlings, ton . . .
Hay. w heat, ton
Hay, alfalfa, ton.....
Alfalfa meal, ton.. . . .
WE STORE EVERYTHING. -
JAMES H. LOVE
When Mayor Lane introduces his
proposed rules for procedure by the
board of supervisors, a "warm" ses
sion is expected. It was rumored
about the , city hall today that these
rules would be presented to the board
by the mayor at tomorrow night's
meeting..". ,.;,. .-:-;:v;-; v -.r-X---
At various meetings it was charged
by several supervisors that Mayor
Lane attempted to employ the "gag"
rule. The board Is now : conducting
its meetings . under temporary rules,
those used by the former, board of
supervisors. Supervisor Logan at
last meeting moved an amendment to
the rules, of which he haj given due
notice, to change the name of th-J com
mittee cn public expenditures to that
of , the committee on parks, play
grounds and purchasing agency, also
defining the duties of the new com
mittee. Supervisor Arnold raised the
point of order that the making of new
rules had been referred to the mayor.
Logan argued that the point was not
well taken, as the charter required th
supervisors to "establish" their own
rules, and they could not delegate any
of; their duties, but City and County
Attorney Brown ruled that they coula
appoint the mayor as a committee of
one forj:the purpose mentioned, the
board to1 piass upon his report when
It was reported today that other
supervisors are holding amendments
"up their sleeves."
G STEEL MILLS
PITTSBURG, Pa. With all steel
mills running at virtually full capaci
ty, Pittsburg's industrial situation
looks brighter than it has In more
than a year. T he United States Steel
Corporation announces that, all of
their available plants were running at
90 per cent of ingot capacity, which
means virtually full capacity. -
Export sales , never, were so -lrge,
being; close to 40 per cent of total
bookings., v These orders were mostly
for war material. Unfilled orders in
creased more than 413,000 tons, in
June. -P-?, ' V"'. ' X:X'r.
U& LYGII'S :
Have All Gone Since Tailing
Lytlia E. Pinkham's Veg-y '
; etable Compound. f
' Tcrro Hill, Pa." Kindly permit mo
to give youmy testimonial in favor cf
Lydia E. PInkhamTa
pound. When I first
began" taking it I
was suffering frcn
femalo troubles fcr
sorr-o timo and had
almost alt liida cf
acbes-7-pains in low
er,, part pf , back aad.
in sides,, and press
ing down pains, I
could not sleep and
bad no appetite. Since I have taken
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound the aches and pains are all gone
and I feel like a new woman; I cannot
praise your medicine too highly." Mrs.
Augustus LVon, Terre Hill, Pa.'
It is true that nature and a woman's
"work has produced the grandest remedy
for woman's ills that, the world has
ever known, rrom the roots and
herbs of the field, Lydia , EL Pinkham,
forty years ago, gave to womankind
a-remedy for their peculiar ills which
has proved, more efficacious than any
other combination of drugs ever com
pounded, and today Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is recognized
from coast to coast as the standard
remedy for woman's ills,
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn,
Mass., are files.containing hundreds of i
thousands of letters from women seek- !
ing health many of them openly state
over their own signatures that they have j
regained their health by taking Lydia !
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound;!
and in some cases that it has saved them I
from surgical operations. j
UbiTAWA i nnrf FnnsrnAP
THE BEST " .-.'. y xx- x'---;
and: general dairy productions come from
. "Where tbc Price is Risjlit"
Phone 4225 Fort arid Rcrctania
Japanese Silk Goods and Curios
1120 Nunanii St.-
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CITY TRANSFER COMPANY
MASON A HAM
vn&r rj:; bergstro
j: i MUSIC CO.
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S I i I I '
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GOLONIALS are the y!e
leaders among low shoes for
women this Summer, and we
have some . M stunning ' models to .
show you: UTZ U DUNN CO.
Quality rings true in our pumps as inr
our entire line. Their individusl ,
daintiness of design and their pretty
fit is winning the hearts of fashionable
women. Look them over to-day. ; .
03.50 to 05.00
Regal Shoe S tore
Cor. Fort and Hotel Streets
Why Not Have a
We have the best material for
evening wear that is, hand
somely embroidered pineapple
silk . , .;
Price, $10 a pattern
Opposite Catholic Church
Above Hotel ISt