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TKRUITOKY OF HAWAII, WKDXK8DAY. DKOKMHKK 1
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Ifc Vol. IX,
rmcH 5 Oajrri.'
' Mr. Keen Will Probacy
Succeed Mr. Moori
III UIIIOC. v
DNCIANf El AT PRESENT
Mr. Brown Not Sujforted in Plea for
.'' Vitrified Soil Pip Matters
for Action at Beard
. ,'At the meetl'nf ' of the jBoard. of
Health this afternoon the special com
mittee .on revision ot certain of tBe,
' plumbing regulations will report. It Is
understood. that no change "will l..e
recommended lit present, either In the
class. of dlscha'rge pipe within1 houses
. or that of soil d!d outside.
C. H. Brown waB tlie only plumber
who stood for his claim that vltrlfleJ
was better than Iron pipe leading to the
sewer. The others coming before the
committee held that It was Impossible
to maek vitrified pipe tight.
It Is within the range of'probablllty
that the Board wfll make a change In
the office of plumbing inspector. Dr,
Raymond, the new president, has gl"
X en much consideration since last meet-
ing to the general complaints ot tlu
plumbing fraternity against the present
incumbent. . Their grievance Is not-on
personal grounds, but they maintain
he Is not competent to pass upon their
work. In consequence of the presi
dent's Investigation it is reported that
he has asked Mr. Moore for his resig
Mr. Keen, now assistant inspector,- is
likely to, be promoted, to the, chiefs
he Is a duly crcdcntlaled sanitary en
gineer, Being such he ought to be bet
ter able to judge of sanitary plumbing
than even a member of the trade. On
the other hand, he is beyond the objec
tion raised against having a union
plumber In the office on the ground
that the oath or pledge of the guild
would make such a, one, as a general
rule, side with a fellow craftsman In a
, The question of a church parsonage
will be dlscuBBed at a meeting follow
ing the regular Wednesday evening
prayer meeting at Central Union
church this evening. Several members
have signified their willingness to sub
scribe to the project if it Is endorsed
by the church aa a whole. A location
on Thurston avenue has been suggest
ed. 'APANA A8 A 8LBUTH.
Officer Apana, at one time the
agent of the Humane Society, Is getting
up quite a reputation for himself as a
sleuth. It will be remembered that, a
short time ago, he tracked a Chinaman
to Palama and caught' him up an
orange tree putting the ripe fruit lntj
a bag. The man was arrested after a
struggle and is now serving, out sen
'tence in Oahu jail. Saturday night,
Apana caught John Fritz on the
grounds of the Judiciary-building. Tho
fellow was In the 'act, ot lying down
under one ot the trees. The officer bad
If' you wish your
at a fair markej price,
list it with us. We
can sell it for you if it
saleable and rea
McClellao, Pond & Co.
Tel. Main 69. Judd Building;
(racked him from a yard near the onv
mile bridge nn the N'uuami road.
The latest work of the offlccr wai
done early this morning, tie 'and tin
to specials working with htm, saw
two rather suspicious looking wliltu
men roaming around In n dark section
of the town and decided to follow them
,up. They were'tracked to various
places about town and then the men
made let 1'auoa valley. .The officers
follaffcd and arrcatjid thcnOnfrlv
premises In the valley. Thek.wcti
thought 'that the feltdws are deserters
from the BossueL They arc French
men and their names are Eugene Dour
lot and Msxlme Yollvet.
TillDi ANNUAL FOI 1911
For Its twentw-seventh year of pub
llcattbn, The Hawaiian Annual, com
piled and published by Thomas 0,
Thrum, Its founder, proves not less de
serving than any of Its predecessors.
Its data, statistics and directory mat
ter, dealing with the commerce, geogra
phy, topography, meteorology, social
conditions, etc., of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, now comprising the Territory of
Hawaii, U. S. A., are as complete and,
with slight exception, urj-lo-dat aa
ever. The population figures Include so
much of the census ot this year as hat
come out. t
"Admission Day of Hawaii" is the
leading paper, containing Governor
Dole's Inaugural address. There is ,t
picture of the central scene at the capt
tol. Rev. Dr. ' Bishop writes on the
"Geology of Oahu," promoting theories
of the ages ot different parts of tlte
structures of the Island. The emer
gence of Walanio he places at one mll-
I lion years ago., Walanae sugar stoe'e
probably hadn t reached par at tnat
time. The eruption of Pnnchbowl was
only 45,000 years ago. which makes
Mr. Thurston's building of the tourist
road up there, when the lava had been
but 44,988 years to cool, seem wild'.v
"Honolulu In Primitive Days" is
from n'dlary'of thelO's kept by a mer
chant.. Borne people are known to hav)
kept, diaries' in Honolulu up to the eve
of stock exchange days. "Nuuanu Pali
hit Olden Time" is from a missionary a
diary, and gives a vivid picture of I'm
hardships ot those who fared It over
the historic precipice before the advent
of the roadmaVer. Prof. A. Koebebi,
public entomologist, writes of "Ha
waii's Forest Foes." The editor tells
the story of "Honolulu's Battle with
Bubonic Plague." Also of "Steamer
Day In Honolulu." L. D. Kelllplo, for
mer fish Inspector, relates "Hawaiian
Fish Btories and Superstitions." which
may be taken to Illustrate that touch ot
nature which makes the whole world
Kin. Perhaps If the missionaries had
known before leaving home that the
Sandwich Islanders were addicted to
fish stories, they would never have
come. "iA-ula. the Fish Ood of Ha
waii," is a legend furnished by Mok'i
Manu, a recognized legendary bard ot
Hawaii. "Farming In Hawaii' Ms treat
ed by V. B. Thomas of Wahlawa col
ony. He' endeavors to show from ex
perience that a progressive farmer can
do as well here If not better than In
the States. J, T, 8tackcr .writes of the
changing conditions and outlook of
Hllo. "H. W. Henshaw discusses for
eign bfrds In these Islands, his obser
vations being worthy of consideration'
by everybody. "Walplo and Walmanu
Valley's" Is an article written by the
late Ralph 8. Smith tor the Saturday
Press, "a paper formerly published by
Manager W. J. Lowrle's great Irirga-
tlon ditch on Spreckelsvllle plantation
Is well described by Wade W. Thayr.
L. D. Tlmmons describes the Moana
hotel, an illustration of which Is giv
en. The usual "Retrospect" by the edt
tor appears, also a note on the year'
Tbeexceptlon to the Anual'sup-to
date quality rioted above Is In the dl
rectory part. There is no such body as
the executive council, and It what U
Hated as such means the semi-weekly
assembly at the Governor's .office the
directory omits half of the official.
Then there has been no Council of Stato
since June 14. Again, there Is no Ter
ritorial postmaster. The Annual
should have separated Federal an1
Territorial officials, as well as appoin
tees of the President and the Governor,
also those taking position from de
partmental heads. Some few names In
correctly spelled discount perfection.
With so much merit, howeyer, all then
are minor Imperfections.
Sister Meet Again.
' There arrived from Melbourne, Aus
tralia, In the Alameda last week Ms.
Horsley and her eldest son. The lady
Is a sister of Mrs. Robert LWhn.an,
with whom she came to spend I'm
Christmas season. Ab the sister l.1
not seen each other for twenty years, It
may be easily Imagined how happy Is
Ai complete new stock of shoes hat
been received at U B. Kerr & Co.'s.
ehoe store, corner Fort and Hotel
streets nnd will be sold at the merest
shaving of profits.
' IrKorrecllv Jkoted
i r-r- A Mi
In lis Report of the proceeding of
the meeting, of the charter commlttr
of the Henubiltah party list night, the
Republican quotes George W, Smith
aa having sald'sroong other things
for his own part,.k.thouiht that
Mid b,bt to letfJM charter go
f'jantll tha httyfjjtrtlo'i- ""Mr.
h, when ' sen" this morning by a
Bulletin reporter In regard to the posi
tive statement, said:
I was not quoted correctly by tho
reporter for the Republican, What I
did say wai this:
Personally, I would like to seo
this thing go over for possibly two
years In order that a full and compter
consideration of so Important a matter
may be had.'
"It was not my Intention to say any
thing about the matter but since you
ask, I have no objection to telling ynu
just what was said by me. My re
marks came after those of W. O.
Smith when he told about his attempt
to get a special session of the Legisla
ture for last summer to consider the
questions ot the fire claims and the ap
pointment xt a charter commission to
frame a charter for presentation at the
regular' session of the Legislature."
COEl.HO In Honolulu. December 16.
1900, to tho wife of W. J. Coelho. a
AT THOMAS 111
JAPANESE LABORERS ARE
BUSY ON IMPROVEMENTS
Crown and Hibiscus Busbes Are
Being Fulled Dp-People
-Hay Have Th by
" " 'Applying.
It will not be many months now be
fore Thomas Square will be one of tho
prettiest spots in town. The, Depart
ment of Agriculture has laid plans that
will be sure to meet with the approval
of the public. -
Yesterday forenoon, the gang of( Ja
panese at work In the square were"put
to work thinning out the hlblscus'nnd
croton bushes that have been growing
Ir the place'for years past. This will
give the grass a chance to grow mid
will make the square more like a park.
None of the palms or shade trees will
be touched., Wray Taylor states that
all who wish may go to Thomas Squart
and carry away all the crotons and hi
biscus plants they wish. The head
gardener will be'glad to get rid of them
as soon as possible.
The work of filling In the low portion
of the square on Beretanla street '.r.
going on as quickly as possible. As
soon as this Is finished, grass will be
planted there and at the sides of the
sidewalks that have recently been put
in n to i
INJURED HACKMAN LEFT
HOSPITAL THIS MORNING
Made Two Separate Attempts Last
Night But was Unsuccess
ful Concussion of
Reld; tho backman who was thrown
from his, carriage and hurt at the cor
ner of Nuuanu and Vineyard streetB
Sunday afternoon, walked away from
the Queen's hospital at about 4 o'clock
All days yesterday he made com
plaints to the nurses and others, tell
ing them they had" no right to keep hlw
In the hospital. He. had made up hti,
mind to leave the place and be was go
ing to do It. At about 7:30 o'clock In
the evening, he walked out of his room
but was seen in time to prevent his
going very far. ,It was, howeverwlth
tho very greatest difficulty that the au
thorltles at the hospital were awe to
put htm back Into his room. This hal
to bo done by force.
At about 10 o'clock, Reld made an
other attempt to escape but was seen
and, after another struggle, was mado
to go back Into hla room. At about 4
o'clock this morning he again made an
attempt and was successful this time.
It Ib not known Just where he Is.
Tho hospital people ore wavering be
tween two opinions. It Is believed by
some that the man. lias Buffered a con-
cuBston of the btaln and that he Is not
fully awate of what he la doing while
others believe he Is In bis right mind
and that he Is well enough to be about,
Mr. Eckardt Is looking Into the matter
HAS IN I
On Mystejious Deaths
'of Miss Schneider
WITNESSES TELL STORIES
ABOUT MONEY LOANED
New Litter ProdoM By Mrs.
mann-Seout was In
Habit of .Taking
The two juries in the cases of tho
deaths of Miss Schneider and Bennttt
met in the deputy sheriff's office yes
terday afternoon and," after, all the wit
nesses had been placeman the stand and
all manner ot evldeake had.been ad
duced, the jurors felt that they were r.o
closer to a solution of the mystery than
at tho time of the deatji ot Miss Schnei
der and Bennett.
From a close following of tho rare,
the police believe that Miss Schncldai'
committed suicide but even this Is not
certain. She woman may have taken
an overdose In an attempt to allay
worry and pain ot some kind. The fa.it
that Bennett committed suclde Is In
Mrs. Paul Lemke, a close friend of
Miss Schneider, made the statement
that Miss pchneldcr had told her ot 9
proposal of si marriage from Bennett
in August. Mrs. Paul Neumann told
of. how the woman had wished to go lo
Seattle on a visit to her brother. Mlas
Schneider was very quiet about tho
house and was otten,een to be In tears
as It suffering from om: mental palqv
At-ono time sh'drtlyi before her death,
she had told her that she had loaned
her money to a man and could not got
It back. In October the deceased went
to Mrs. Neumann In great trouble. Sh
said she had to pay out some money
and had none to pay. She offered her
an advance of" 850 which was at first
declined. A few days after, she decided
she, would accept the money and so It
was given her. Of this amount, 820
was given to Mrs. Lemke to pay as
sessments on sugar stocks. Mrs. Neu
mann here presented the following
note which was found In Miss Schne'
der" room and on tho envelope of
which were the words: "Gave Frank
"Oct. 29, 1900.
j""Dear Friend. Send me twenty dol
lars by this boy. I can't well go In
town today and I kneed that raurh
more In making up a lone to a pa'ty
hear will telephone to you again this
evening for I want to talk to you.
Margaret Wilder, the colored woman
in the Neumann household told of
some strange doings of the deceased.
At one time she saw her give Bennett a
twenty dollar gold piece. Mlnnlo
Comyn told the same Btory of loans
to Bennett by the deceased. About four
weeks before death the deceased hal
told the witness she had given notice
that she wanted back all the money she
had loaned the man and upon being
told she would probably not get It, she
replied: "If I do not get that money
I will not-feel like living any more."
When the Bennett Inquiry was on
Ottman. the keeper of the cafe at -Wai-klkl,
said that Bennett was often trou
bled with pains In hia head from a
wound, Morphine was taken for these
The inquest in the caseo of Mhs
Schneider will be continued' this after
noon. Deputy, Sheriff Chllllngwortn
does not believe that he will be able to
finish until tomorrow.
TROPICAL QUIET OF HARBOR
DISTURBED BY ARTIC SPORT
Cold Storage Steamer Furnished the
Material and 'Twas Lively While
It Lasted-Mauni Loa's Decks
Outside of the Btlr and bustle Inci
dent to the departure ot the Island
Bteamers yesterday, the water front In
the neighborhood of Fort street wharf
was the scene of 'what might have ter
minated In a general mix up. It seems
that a number ot young women with
their male friends had gathered at the
stern ot the Mauna Loa and evidently
were having a nice quiet tlmme when
tlielr attention was attracted by the
meat handlers and others on the stram
tr Albion I) Ing nt nn adjacent wharf.
In retaliation for some remarks made
the otitig women In question elevate I
their thumbs to their noses. Acting
upon n suggestion ndrnnccd by one of
tho employes of the Albion a lnicktt
brigade was organized and the Interior
ot the cold storage department of the
steamer lnadcd to secure the pure nn 1
beautiful1 snow which had collect.)
upon the condensing pipes. This wai
transferred to he deck of the Albion
and n perfect fuslladc of pure snow
balls was showered upon the deck of
the Mauna Loa.
At first the matter was treated as n
huge joke but when some of the snow
balls hit the mark a howl went up. By
this time the deck of the Mauna Lot
was a sight, to say nothing of the much
disturbed condition of the hair and
wearing apparel of the women who
were present. It was at this Juncture
that a number ot the stevedores out
attaches of tho Mauna Loa proceeded
to the Albion for the purpose of wiping
her crew off the lace of the earth. It
was only by (he greatest diplomacy
that a conflict was avoided.
CLARK WATCH BD HIS WIFE.
With an Idea of getting, a divorce
from his wife, Joe Clark, the hackman,
set out last night to watch, the move
ments of that lady. He, had not beon
living with her for over a year and durt
ing that time, he had heard all kinds
ot stories regarding her. Clark was
not long In locating his wife and the
fresult was that, a little later on, war
rants for her arrest and that of a man
by the name of Ilnldwln who arrived in
the city recently, were prepared and
served. The charge was adultery and
the case was such a clear 900 that tho
police did not believe there would be
very much of an attempt on-the part ol
the parties to defend themselves.
Mrs. Clark and Baldwin appeared in
the Police Court this forenoon. The
latter was represented by Attorn jy
Corrca but tho lady had no couasel.
Both parties pleaded gntlty. Judge Wil
cox remarke.d. that this case was not at
bad as If Baldwin had deliberately .gone
to work to ruin a homo. The facts ii
the case' were that Mr. and Mrs. Clark
had not been living together for over a
year. This had been by mutual con
sent. Baldwin had stated that be did
not know the woman was married.
The Judge then took the case undsr
advisement until tomorrow forenoon
when the two defendants will receive
sentence. The prosecution lias aslced
for a small fine or a'reprlmand. Clark
simply wanted to catch his wife so aa
to have grounds for a divorce.
TWO JUSTICES DECIDE
LAWSUIT FROM HAWAII
Foreclosure Suits May Be Brought in
Another Circuit than Where the
,,Land is Situated The
Chief Justice Frear and Justice Per
ry by consent heard a case without a
substitute for Justice Qalbralth, absent,
and rendered a decision written by
the Chief Justice. It was the case of
II. Malanl and Eather Malanl vs. O. N.
Alapal and Mrs. O. N. Alapal, a bill in
equity to have a deed, absolute In form,
declared a mortgage and for an ac
counting and foreclosure. Judge Little
of the Fourth Circuit, where the suit
was brought though the land was in
the Third Circuit, held that a suit to
foreclose a mortgage could be brought
only In the circuit In which tho land
was situated. He therefore sustained
the demurrer and dismissed the bill.
Plaintiffs appealed and the Supremo
Court reverses tho decree, remanding
the case to the Circuit Judge for fur
ther proceedings. The opinion holds:
"Under our statutes, a suit may be
brought in one circuit for the fore
closure of a mortgage of land Bltuated
In another circuit." Bmlth & Parsons
for plaintiffs; no appearance for de
fendants. Alfred S. .Hartwell, attorney for Oen.
H. Newton.'Flora A, BtevenB, Caroline
N. Clark and Juliette Z. Forbes, the
Newton heirs represented by him, to,
their shares of tho proceeds of the re'
ccnt partition sale. Oco. H. Newton's
Is $31,070.32 and tho others each 83,
883.79. Lillian Leo Newton, Infant, In
whose name the suit was brought. Is
re-presented by A, Fr Judd ond gets the
balance ot the net proceeds or 80000 to
Special attention ts called to the dis
play of toys and Xmas goods at L. B.
Kerr b. Ca's. A full line is in stock
snd of the very finest.
There -ara five bicycles of various
makes at the police station. Owners
ran have the same by proving property
any paying costs of advertising. See
ad In today's paper.
Have Bought Out
the Enterprise Mill
The mill property of the Enterprise
Mill Company has been purchased nn I
will hereafter be conducted by the Pa
cific .Mill Co. This new corporation Is
controlled by Kmmctt May. W. II. O.
Arneman and several other local busi
The new corporation will confine It
self exclusively to the mill business,
doing no nutsldn contract work nnd
not coming Into competition with the
local contractors. Tho Enterprise Mill
Co. as a corporation will con'nu to
exist, It having other Interests beild-.
No Dinner Was Prepared
Three young natives and two native
women, were arrested recently In Ho.
nuakaha on the charge of playing at
tho game of "seven-eleven." The ar
rests bad been mado on the complaint
of the husbands , of the women, who
stated that they had gone home to their
dinners after a hard day's work and
found nothing prepared for them. Their
wives had been enticed away by some
young men known alt over town as
professional gamblers. All five pteadcl
guilty. Judge Wilcox shamed suffi
ciently the two women and reprimand
ed and discharged them. The men
were not treated so well. The Judge
first read them a lecture and tnenTinc I
them 810 and costs each.
FOR SA CONCERTS
ORPHEUM PROPOSES A
BRAND NEW DEPARTURE
Will Gire Free Concert Sunday
Evening-Orchestra and Several
Artists will Bender Appro
The Orpbeum Is decidedly branching
out this week. They have an excellent
program on every evening, they have
resuscitated the matinee and now
comes out the real why and the where
fore of the extra musicians that have
come down here on every steamer of
The management, confident that
they havo a vaudeville entertainment
that will prove acceptable to all who
visit the bouse are endeavoring to
make those visitors more numerous.
Out of this attempt to popularise the
house grew the Idea ot the Sacred Sun
day Concert. The first of a scries of
these will be given on Sunday evening
next when an elaborate program will
be arranged. Tho orchestra, now com
plete, will be added to In the first vio
lins, solos will bo sung by Miss Le
Claire and Kurkamp, while Miss Ray
raond also renders a selection. A vocal
sextette is also being arranged. Egry
has a solo and will act as leader. Tho
selections will be throughout of a high
class character without a suggestion of
week day secularity. The Brats are ab
solutely free and can be obtained at
the Orpbeum box office, the Bcrgstrom
Music Company or from tho Orpheum
press agent, Allan Dunn. While they
nro reserved as usual no seats will be
kept after 8 o'clock. The new enter
prise should prove roost popular and do
much to got everyone Into the Orpheum
habit. Special attention Is being sail
ed to tho Fex matinee on Saturday af
MOtJEX FOR LEPERS.
The Lehua that sailed for the leper
settlement on Molokal yesterday after
noon. took, along $993 which will be
given to tho poor unfortunate men, wo
men and children at the rate of a dol
lar apiece. The money was sent to
Health Agent Reynolds who will at
tend to tho distribution ot the money
A dollar apiece will also be sent to, the
suspects at the Kallhl receiving station.
Tho remainder of the money wbb Bpcnt
In toys and the like for the children at
the settlement and these were senfup
in tho Lehua together with tho money
The R. M. 8. MIowera, F. A. Hem
ming commander, arrived at 1 p. m.
from the Colonies. Left Sydney at 1:15
p. m, on the 3d Inst, and cleared Syd
ney Heads at 2 p. m. nnd arrived a'.
IMnkenba wharf; Brisbane at 9:35 a. m.
on tho 6th and sailed from Brisbane
roads at 1:20 a. m. on the 7th, passed
the R. M. S. Aorangl nt 2 p. m.. same
day. Experienced moderate to fresn
winds nnd showery weather till norm
of theequ'ator. Fresh to moderate NE.
tradctf with rough head sea to 13 de
grees N. lat. thence fine weather till
The steamers Walaleale and Iwalanl
were discharging their sugar this
morning Into the hold or the W. 11. Dl
moud and S. C. Allen.
, in i. ni, awifi .jMeflavtWi wiiWi --ti irv-
MRJND MRS. Y(M
STAY BY HOSPlTf
Young's Work Abrend
and Data. ' '
WILL PLAN BUILMNtSI
Mr. Irwin Will Look Into the Fw-,
ject-Prevalence of Tuberculosa
Among Asiatics and
Alexander Young was asked today It
he were stilt working on his schera
to place the Hospital for Incurable
upofa an enduring foundation. He re
plied earnestly In th eafflrmatlve.
''Just now I am watting for the w-5
turn of Mr. Irwin, who Is expected ts -f
return In the Sierra." Mr. Young said.
"I laid the matter before Mr. Irwla 1st 'fi
Run liVanMnrin nnA tia Mrr -Iclalt lir ''t
promised to look Into it when hi re
turned Honolulu. wKV
"It Is not a mere fad with. me. Before
taking It up Mrs. Young and I had dis
cussed the question long and carefully.
We should not put $25,000 Into a fad.
"When away I gathered a great deal
ot information about such Institutions
in America and Europe. Before long I
hope to place the data in the bands of
Mr. Trapbagen the architect, and have
him draw plana for a hospital building
adapted to our conditions.
"It Is a more difficult problem than
most cities of comparable size el3-
where have to meet. We require sep
araro divisions for different Taeei.
There Is n great deal of tuberculosis
among the Chinese and Japanese, aa
you can seo by tho death "returns.
"Yes. and the Hawaiians. I tell you
It anybody wants to do anything for
the native Hawaiians, now Is the time
for them to stand In and help this hos
Besides Mr. and Mrs. Young's sub
scription of $25,000 toward the estimat
ed fund of $100,000 'for "buildings, they
are down liberally on another subacrip- r
tlon list for equipment ot tne nospiui.
PrenentB tor Hocpltal.
Any glffts or contributions for dis
tribution nmonK the Inmates of the".
Hospital for Incurables at Christmas,
will be highly appreciated, and may
be sent to the care ot the Medical Su
perintendent, Victoria Hospital, Ka-'
The Executive committee of tlw
Homo Rule party have not yet finished
their work In the charter committee)'
matter. All the answers to Invitation
to serve on the committee are not yet
In. It Is understood that, among th)
people asked are S. M. Damon, J.
T)Answ. nMA lfnrv ItnlmM- It ta UMw
J .... .!.-. .V. Mn. will ftt .tt-Wj
decided on at the meeting Thursday 1
A dainty piece ot lacquerware or
some odd-loklng Japanese curio would
make an excellent Christmas present.
For sale by Iwakaml, Hotel street,
THF1 WATERMAN IDHAL. VOirit?-
TA1M PPM All alu all abaaaa tt'
F. WICHMAN. '(.A
We have Enough Ties In stock to
suply all the
Ladies of HeMliIi.
These SLIPPERS are In V Id
Kid and Patent Leather, and of
the LATEST EASTERN FASH-; ?
IONS. They art, without tho '
least bit of ex.lrf ration, th mnt .
Stylish Line of SLIPPERS ever1
placed on Sale In Honolulu.
They are on exhibition la out
Prices Range From .
$1.50 to 7.t&