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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1911
. You Can Do it Safely by Mail with this Store !
We want to
give a word to
mothers. It is
cheaper for you
to buy clothing
for your boy in
this store than it
is to make it and
it matters little
the suit is to be.
We have every
thing from a lin
en wash suit to
finest wool. Or
der a suit from
Standard of Amariea
There's Sure to be Something to Please
We have confidence in the Goods we offer the public, and the pub
lic have confidence in us. We have been here fifty-five years. Long
enough to get acquainted with you and for you to know us.
Let Us Have Your Order
for a CHRISTMAS GIFT
for one of the Family
If you ride a
horse you need
gloves. Also if
you are the own
er of a machine
you catinot run
one with - a de
gree of comfort
with bare hands.
Our stock of
gloves is com
plete. We have
the auto glove
that fits snug at
the ' wrist and
shuts out dust.
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Our stock of mens hats reflects
all that is good in the Stetson out
put. For the cattleman or ranch
man we are stocked with the best
broad brim style in all shades and
made of the finest grade of wool.
The beauty of our Stetsons is their
lightness in weight and their ex
cellent wearing quality. No other
hat on sale equals a genuine Stet
son 'because as good a hat is not
made outside the Stetson factory.
the Manhattan shirts for obvious
reasons one of which is the beauti
ful . materials, the superior weaves
of cloth that wears well. We pre
fer them because the skirt is so
much longer than the average rea
dy to wear shirt that a Manhattan is
comfortable where the other makes,
most of them, are annoying. The
Cluett is a good shirt but there are
features about a Manhattan ' not
found in any other.
We have these for negligee as
well as dress. t In the latter there
is the plaited bosom for the dinner
coat or the full dress.
Like every other department in
the store that in which is displayed
the underwear is full to the brim
with high grade and cheaper goods
for men and boys. There is no
brand we do not sell and as low as
anyone in the territory.
Baltimore is headquarters for the finest
grade of straw braids for hats for men and
boys. Even lauhala from Hawaii is sent to
Baltimore to be sewn into hats that bring
high prices in the cities on the mainland.
We have the genuine Baltimore braids in
the straws we sell. Also we have the high
standard Panama hats, woven in the Canal
Zone and sewn and finished by Christy in
We have recently
bought , in New York
a line of the most
beautifnl cravats and
tring lies we have
ever had from the
Keiser factory. Also
we secured a line of
the Wilson Brothers
goods that will appeal
to the average man.
In both there is a wide
range of styles and
shades, from the rich
shades in solids to the
adapted to the wear of
less conservative men
and young men.
Every taste can be
satisfied here. We
have the very latest
and the very best
YOUR HOUSE COAT
No man who cares how his coat
looks when it is on will loll around
the house in one after meals. If
he has an eye to economy he will
wear a house coat because it will
stand the wear of lounging and
will not wrinkle. We have a large
assortment in beautiful shades and
neatly trimmed. They are inex
pensive and an absolute necessity.
You will want one for Christmas.
A WORD ABOUT YOUR CLOTHING
If you've never worn a suit of Stein Bloch clothing
you have never known exactly what clothes-comfort
is. At least you have never seen it except in the man
who wears Stein Bloch. We carry a large stock of
these goods and can fit fat men or thin ones and
whether they be short or tall. If we do not strike the
exact fit the first time we have a staff of cutting and
sewing tailors who make suits to order and they know
how to alter. We want you to get a Stein Bloch be
cause we know then we have a new customer. These
clothes are made of all wool, not a particle of cotton
anywhere about them and the patterns in many cases
are exclusive to this firm of manufacturers. You will
find the styles just the same they are wearing on
Broadway or Bond Street, for the British tailor copies
now days from the Stein Bloch model,' arid a third of
the best dressed men over there who wear ready to
wear clothing have taken to Stein Bloch because it
has class, individuality and fit. No suit of clothes
made in England ever fitted as well as an American
made suit.- It's history and the British tailor has
never been able to deny it with truth.
We have business suits for the business man and society
clothes for the men who dance or dine and who wish to be
correctly dressed for any occasion. The prices in any instance
are low enough to be inviting to the careful man who would
dress as well as the next fellow and better than many at less
cost. We have all shades and all weights of materials. In
our clothing department we can 6t you with an overcoat
that will be good for show and as good for wear.
The day, or night, for the
nightie for men is out dis
tanced by the desire people
have for garments which per
mit their being seen without
bringing blush to cheek.
The Chinese are responsible
for the innovation. English
men in Hongkong knew a
good thing and adopted it.
The brandy and soda chap
out in India was not long be
hind his brother in China and
as facilities for crossing the
continent grew and men trav
eled the most comfortable of
mens garments came through
to the U. S. and they are
there to stay.
The celebrated Heidcap is the
invention of Frank Heid and is
worn by young men and old who
like something better than usual.
We have many beautiful patterns.
There should be a bath robe in
every home just as there should be
a bath. If, as it sometimes hap
pens, thebath must be taken in a
tub outside the greater the necessi
ty tor the robe. It becomes at once
a most useful wrap in the walk
from the bath to the bed-room and
is a mighty comfortable wrap to
have over your shoulders when you
are resting after the exertion. We
have very pretty - patterns on robes
fifty-four inches long which we sell
at four fifty. The material is excellent.
BUTTONS AND PINS
While not a jewelry store
in the sense that we carry
diamonds we have a line of
pins for men that compares
well with the stock in
many of the jewelry stores.
The swellest sort of button
for shirts are here as well
as stick pins.
Those we have are use
ful in dry as well as wet
weather and they are not
over-weighted. The mate
rials are, in every instance,
water-proof. They are cut
full with plenty of length.
Just the garment to wear
on a night trip from home.
Some are London made.
Genuine Irish linen,
many in pure white and
some with the fashionable
narrow border. We have
ties to match the handker
chiefs and socks to match
both. The prices ire very
low for these goods.
It has beeti very clearly
demonstrated all over . the
United States that the inter
woven hose is so nearly per
fect that there is not a kick
coming and not a hole in the
socks. We are sole agents
for this make of mens hosiery.
We have a number of shades
beside black and white and
sell them for thirty-five cents
a pair. Three pairs for a
TOE " HEEL
A GOOD TIME TO ORDER
Now while it is fresh In your mind is the time to send your order to us for your Christmas gifts.
Residents of Maui, known to us, you may order with the privilege of exchanging by return steamer,
remitting when you are satisfied. We have no old goods to ship you, only the freshest in style and the
best in quality sold in the largest stores on the mainland. In the event of an exchange being necessary
you will have time to make the change and still huve the article before Christmas.
There is nothing more accept
able to a maii for a gift than a
pair of suspenders or a belt.
We have wide range to select
from at prices from three quart
ers to three dollars.
7V. McINERNY, LTD.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS