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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!.. TUESDAY, SEIT. 11. 1906.
EVENING BULLETIN ir
Published Kvprv liny Uscpt Similar.
J at 120 KuiR Street Honolulu.
T. II.. by tbn
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACE R f-'AliRINGTON.. Editor
,t i i
.'Knterecl lit tin- rcnlnlllie at lluno
nblillii ns second class inntUT.
i x ,
Msltor will have In the reil thing uf any leader In tho Republican party.
lulu life ought to furnish rnough I Tlto-cu KeiitlcmenMnnk iipuii tlicni-
till ii book. selves to cnuurge men wlioiii tliu vol-
ers lit lnrsc nro not In sympathy with
I'lflh District rnmllilateg for the nnil railed to endorse' thoso who nra
I SUBGCWPTION RATES.
LeKlslnturi' seem to think that the sai
nt time to come to the front Is during
the evening ol the, reinvention, when
no one Is looking. Thin Tnr there nro
hut threa i-;iniclnteq for nix position
Ami thin from the. I'lfth
R . (1.1
i Pavil'fe In Aclvinrt.
' t.vcnlnti Dullctln.
fv;' month nnwi t- v tj. fi.
lyrqinrter. anywl u- In I". K.
trwai .uiywliei' r. a
rtrycnr, ;on p.ilil. fun inn....
fjfx ti'Oiith' .no
lVr yunr, mu wh'-m in U. 3 l.Ou
IrNT"ar. iKihrprid, foreign .... 2
ru:1 , '"
Territory of Hawaii, )
Country of Oaliu. )
CC. ( UncMiP. lltiiliiPSfi MniMRCr
ctjtiio iii'lu:tin I'liui.iaiii.Nti com-
PIVNV, I IMITIID. holnc Prsl iluly
tworn, on oath i!po?ei ami puis:
That the following Ih a iron nnil tor
rest statement of circulation for thu
wre!t ending Sei'i 7. 10u, or ihr Iially
QHil '6l(ly lMltlims of tho KvciiIue
Circulation of Evening Dullctln.
Satuiday, Ocpt. I
Monday, Ocpt 3 . . ..
Tuesday, Sept A . .-..
Wednesday, Dcpt. b
Thursday, Srpt 6 2418
Friday, Sept. 7 2452
Average dally circulation 2D9I
Circulation of Weekly Dullctln.
Tuctday, Sept. 4, 1B0G 2182
Numbei of weeklies delivered on
the Island or Hawaii alone. ...1093
Combined guaranteed average
MULLICLV I'UIILIHIUNlS CO, LTD.
t.y O (I. HOCKIIH.
The decision of the commllteo fiom
I he ImMiicts inen'n meeting to ellinl
i unto tlniMO conillil.iti'H coiieeinlnfi
Vthoin Ihero mib u illffeiPmo of uplti-
lou tnKott the filliiR fiom the fnlluro
to eiiilorso certain linmci.
Tho l'u.t of reiommenilalloni Is
merely n ipcoiiI of tho men on whom
' tho pontile lit the meetliiR lould ho
.unanimous CotislderliiK llnunU'H pio
,00 l"'ntl ' tor nivi-rgiHB opinions, me usi
I waM Ioiir.
I In the uiio of llrmwi It would he ic
iiuiiKnlile If .1. It. (!ntt, a mciiihur of
the loinuilttue, would eiiiiienl to his
i nilini.i luent. Therefore uiuter the (
lion tiiKen hy the committee one ote
1 would prevent llrnwn's nauie ciiiiiIiik
' before he full uivetliiK. The same In
I Inn ol otheis on the lint, anil the fact
Hint one mini could block action on
limy one Ih hy lit) means a ijmirunlei'
I hat Hie uiajuilty of the voters woulil
I lull hiiimioi' lil in ill the pollH,
Ah a i (onl of the eutullilutos on the
Itcpulillmu tliket naliiBt whom no
one of the men had iiiiylliiui; to say,
Ih.- IIkI Ih it eplemllil tribute to the
Ki'Iipi.iMkooiI (huiailor of tho eanill
2380 I ,; ,,, K. party linn offered, hut It iloi'H
i not nit an thai otherx not mentioiiiii
nre nut ilesenluK of xuiH)rt, or that
they me luikliiK for friends.
The meetliiK of )ihtenluy dealt with
a more dlllliult pioblein than lit IIh
bri-l hchhIuii , when prlnelpk'H weie
xilel) nt Ktnl.e. I'ersoiuilllluH nre not
1 1 le.isaut for tho meriiKO run of men.
Tho".- not In the pidlllral name do not
i like lo iHikihh liulMilunlH In public.
t'oiMeipiuillj. lather than H'nrt a ion
'iiwr llrowu or Cr.ibbe or miy oilier
not on the iiuanlnioiiH Hit, they nicopt
Snbm riheil ntnl sworn to In whnt Ih offeieil uud oto ns they please
line me UiIh Mh day of ' on the other.
Sipleliiber, A ll Iftufi. To thin elent the rouimlltee iimiI
1'. II. lll'liNiriTi:. i pood JuilKiiieut. It would be a poor
Public. lTrfll Judicial Clrrull. j ,et. howeier, lo waKer that nun In
that medlliK who lefialned from ot-
TUICB1U . . i:i'1 II. 1'iUi! liiB will In held by Ihe mlloii or the
""f whlll -hej KO In the polls.
Thin- win pt-rr.iii. pnseut who I 'I hej Hlioilhl slay with the niectliiK or
itated Hi, Ml. Mai inrlam liuil not
bla-.'d the asc in lie in-' lint; with
the sunn tlgor i lint, i lianii leileil his
lemarks to irleiuls pilot to the meet
Inc.- Advertlm-r n-poit
It inakis a dlffereiue to Hiune men
Whether Ihey un- runmnrliiK In somo
baeli rpnm m kIm-m .hi iippm null) lo
b3rl( their unse 1 1 dm in the oieli.
wlpMB thoiie attnihiil an- in a position
to refute vicious or mlslal.i'ti mlsiop
roxcntatlon. .tarfurl m 'h uirat illiu
cully nan that hn was not fully In
loimed on what he was till.liiK nliimt.
else stay nway as miiuu apparently
d.d. for ennse
0liiK to the personal equation run
iiltir: all throiiKh tho Hileitluu of inn
iild.iti.ii wo doubt that thu IjusIiiukh
mniliii: will hold tho vote as strictly,
or oxen Ise the same Incisive llitlueuce
that sueh KatheiliiKH exert on matters
of pulilU pulley.
Alter luoMnr at ihe, llepublli'iiii plat
form, thoy find thliiRh much hitter
than appeared on first glance.
llavVnj; made ileliulie nliitfurni pioni
Isob. the Hepublhliii pari) can com
plete the guol tvo I. by pilltlHK sisl
tlvo men lu il fmnl
Itiwilus death lit Is krepliiK paie
with the progress of ll(p t'tirs re
toims. nod o eonitant remlndpr lo out
alilcra thul human life la the ihr.ipo.t
tlilnts on earth.
The time wis, not lonsc ulnec. when
imo oj the or-ielis i.ihl Huuwvrll illdn I
lure r.hai til.- biislne' uir.1 of llawa'l
Wild, lint th it was u, (i-ie liiiiulKra
tlon gave promise of sur. ws
flood w mis for iliw-ll fioni the
Eoiiiln-iu I'nllfn'.il'iiiH no tuoie valu
able than tlu- i iitiiiiHii-ni of noitluiii
i lmo leililc'it' fthu i.i "i oxperlt-lini:
utt mrpruacu lo ie,i diinale.-
Ii flip H
Kdllor Ilicnlm: llullcllii: l'lcnsu
I allow mo Hpatu lu )our valuable paper
to express my upiuiou on uiu in uou oi
the muiihaiiU taken otlerday lu nr
i mice to Hlldurslin; miulldales for the
LegUUtuit' nnd County oincts. I have
t'lvvayti iindi'l stood that thu people
IhrotiEli their ileleKales elecu-d are the
iiiei) to ehoosu tho candidates for tho
various County unites and LcKlsl.ituio
; uhuuld think that tfio inert hunta had
l.n oportunlty uf hiivlni; their say, by
hvliiK ileleua c lo thu coiiiIiik County
mid Dlstlkt Convention, mid It ulso
rveiiuj to mu thu action taken by them
Ih nun.' lu entourage iiucIiIiim polllks
than any action iHietofuru tukin by
In nil likelihood tho cholro or the peo
ple. Tnku Tor Inatnnce the Portuguese
reprcsentiillon; I would like to know
whe'her thu gentlemen really under-
Llood the situation and are In a posi
tion to know mid endorse a pioper
person to represent thu Portuguese, I
contend that the Portuguese votets or
this County are In n belter po3llinn
lo m.ike (heir own choke, and thoy
should he given that pilvllegu Per
haps It In well that 1 choiild Inform
those tenth men and thu voters of this
County that m a mietlng of thu Por
tuguese Itepubllcun Club, held about n
week ngo, wliurc mint of tho Portu
guese delegates elected to thu County
nnd Ilistikt Convention assembled,
the Portuguese ihoso nnd .elected n
lean to represent thciu'lii the coining
Legislature. Tho Porluguesu voters
Rul, as they ulwaja luvu fell, Hint
ibi'5 ai In a position tu knoA- whom
they want, and iluir wishes should
luteivu bomu ifiuslderatluii fiom tin)
party with which they are alllllated.
The merchant!! vvuu form a patt or
the voteis ol this County and who du
rive (ommtrilal benelllH fiom thu Pol
tiigiKse, shouhl, lu my mind, be tho
firit to carefully consider thu wishes
of the Purtuguese and not net with
out first Informing themselves of their
wishes. Heading between tho lines of
Ihu Advertlser'n lepoit of the meet
ing, It seems that them Hon taken was
Elinpl) baited on llio meiifsay-su uf a
lew rrlendu or the gentleman endorsed
ns PoitugucMj lepresentallve; thesn
ft lends, In my mind, not being Portu
Miose. the endorsement ur the gentle
man by thu merchants shniild receive
very little coiisldeiatlou, If any.
The PorlugiieHj Itepiiblkuu Club
was organized for Hie purpose! or ecu
tiullrliig the Portuguese vote anil to
iiHipor.ue wllli Ihe Republican party
lu tho coming i-leetlon. mid secure rep
leseiitatlon or their choice; mid now
the ipiestlon before Ihe voters of this
County Is, whither they nro going to
accept the man chosen and selected
by the Por ugilese Itepubllcun Club or
Ignore their wlsheu. Things have
tiunsplreil lu ears part and nru still
tiansnliliiif. which place thu Portu
guese voters In this Terrlloiy In iiultc
b suspicious frame of mind iih io
gards theli pollllcal mid social stand
ing, It Is now up lo the voleis of this
Territory to show tlieir npptcciiiiiou
of the record that the Portuguese hold.
Thanking ou for spiuo, allowed, I
urn. sir. Jl. a. UUPONTU.
Iloiiolulu, Kept. II, m.
To My Krlends and IMlow Citizen:
Dm lug last Saturday, tho Mil InsL,
vvhllo I was on the wharf awaiting the
arrival of the b. S. Kliiuu. I met Mime
of my friends mid had (onveiH.illou
wltli them, ami heard that they under
stood fiom some ouu that I had already
withdraw n my name from running -u
"If WiS A
utuun i ru
mi mini TrcTiunnii nriiz-inrii! Tnm
HI UWil MMM
A meinnrnn.linn ,f nnlnta on the II. The VldllnB members of tllP SoUlll
bellee's motion to iitiash eervke was "ii California Piess Avsotlatlon wete
flkd today by J, J. Dunne, pioctor forieslcrduy piovlded with nuint thlii.1
the llbellnnt In the casu or Jntob Urn- new In the way of entertainment, be
himln Dole l.awelillll vs (lio. II. Illiiil l"B gl'ii an opportunity to rcc ronitf
I nnd Jaa. Kolnli Jr. as lllnd. Itoluh i!if the leMiuites of llnwall and the
Co.. suit for dnniages nur.tiilned on tho
liichooncr Konn. Dunne shows "thht
the theory of tho motion lo quash In
volves the (ibiteptlun that there are
two Independent firms of lllnd, Kolph
& Co. one ol Kan I'raiiclsro mid tho
other lu Honolulu nnd It Is claimed
that the latter of theie llrms has no
Interest In the vessel In question, nnd
that, since Mr. J H. Low does not rep
lotient the Kan rrunclsco house, serv
ice on him Is liielllclent, It conies to
thliothnt .his suit cannot ohtnln ser
vice herein because, so far as (ho Ho
nolulu llrm Ih tone run!, that firm has
no Inlciest In the vessel, nnd, so fur
as Ih.) San l-'ranclFco firm Is loncern
id, Mr Low Is not lln representative"
Durmo xliow4 tint wlill..' Low tiled
an ufhduvlt sating tint lie was not
Ml agent of the San Prune Isco firm,
ho does not think lliis Htuicitiiciit "very
frnnk or very fair." After going
Ihniugh Low's testimony on this point,
Dunne quotes nt eug-i the testimony
which Low gnvo lu the fnmniia Parker
ranch case. In which Low wns counsel.
In this ease Low tc stifled that he wns
In e hargo of the eutlin business at this
end Of Ihe llrm or lllnd. Itolph & Co..
which had lis home In Han Iranelsco.
Further tcvitlmouv corroborating this
Is quoted nt length
I . i . . tmfn?4je..
tihots hf Cuban rebels nre heard lu "!$ jklffifi V WvvV-V W
.tho KtreeU of lliivnn'. but Ihcj uli , "9 'ft&jJ5rn'llST COMPANY,
llEht Kh of ihe mignr pl.ilitatliiust I "Z ."""""
which were the (Irti cbjeeia of a.lnel. , XSSSSO.
In the days of rral ''uli.ni warfare. , , J .Viri-vl,IM,TiUKiA.iNi
m for mm
GREAM, PURE RYE
AMERICA'S .'FINEST PRODUCTION
"RENT amd COMPANY
''Three Moves Are as
Bad as a Firer
It Is nn iiioio ihan rlaht fur Hawaii j
Democrats to rrcloue a t'ailer fur
(iovorocr wlnn the maliilanileiH or the1
p.nty tire already nhowlu bIhuh "f lli'i
by whooping II up for Iheli uiau the
aunt like lloiiRiiveli.
rcrctng a nmveni.oii of two hun
dred odd delegates to nominate ull the
inntlicltitoa In slht limy look busluc&j
like but It provcj mighty poor pine
Ike Scpnute eonveniicniH v 111 pioli
nlly piovo more to Ho point.
Thlill; or the public ajililt tu tho
soul of a man who leio'iimends I hat
any uf the lulling editorial paity le
fialn from tho vuhauo nip Honolulu
luiH a fou other things betides elimate,
and some It could do without.
TIip latest soothsayer plni.es tho end
or.tho world at the very lainfurtiihlo
dn)e or 19SJ It Is Just as eisy to s.ct
Hit date far nhiail so piescut day oc
cupants or Ihe sphciicold inav coiileui
philo It with plillofophlcal calm.
Portuguese objection to the hiihlr
ness men's deiisiun to volu for
nn nllPMd tnlnority eaniiiu.'iiu is
emu of the natural (llldnililes or Hy-
. lug to convince a man's folluweru Hint
Ihey don't know what tney me doing,
Gompers went Into Coiikipiuiuiiii
l.lfllelclcl's cllstrli t to guariinteo tii.il
gefillcnans iliiteat Tho lesull ought
lixiiouvlnH' (lumpers that killing nit
Itcpubllrani. In the State of Mtilim hi
u iplghly i,iKir field for 4111 res mil Uib.ir
'J ho vollng ichPmo pioiiostd for the
County nnd Dlf)rlu coiivenllons Is
11 guarantee uznlnst a dcfeJKd uindl
llalci for 0110 nlllio accepting nnothei.
The iidvlsiL'lllly of establishing thin
(lopmiils liirgely on tho ihni.itlcr of
hn men available.
Jlho'ilil tho t-pcc-lal eilltlnn of III"
Hilllcilln result In JMgnr Johnson of
I lie IMJlorlal party being infhlnkeii
foi" Bum Johnijou, tho oxporlcntes tb
Maklkl District, Klnau St.- Lot
SO x SO, Six Rooms, Price $1900
Ptiunul Tract, near Country Club,
magnificent building site $1500
Kallhl, cor. Lot at good eleva
tion, 101x150 $700
Kalmukl, half acre, just one block
from Car line 1800
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT,
CORNER FORT and MERCHANT Sti.
Henry Watcrhouse Trust Co,, Ltd..
Corner Fort and Merchant Sis.
you promised yourself at
the beginning of the
summer is still at your
command. Why not
spend it at
where it is always cool?
St. Clair Bidgood.
HOW TO AVOID
Take advantage of one of
thote 'bargains offered by us.
Home In desirable part of city
at sacrifice and on easy
terms. Splendidly situated
lots In Kalmukl and Manoa,
which must be sold.
Trent & Company .
Boys and Girls
come as near be
ing perfect gar
ments as could
Little Tudor Sleepers
Arc Ideal Night Garments for
the little ones and never fail
Tho first civil Jury trial of tho pres
ent 'eriu began this morning bcfoie
Judge Itohlnson. The rase wns that
of Mary Heine vs Hawaiian Trust Co.
ns executor of the late James Dean.
The plaintiff sues lor compensation
for her services as n nurse of the
detoaiied. She nllegcs that ho had
agiePcl lo pay her for them what they
were) reasonably win Hi, and shows
that .they were Worth Ihe sum of H'-'JS.
I!0. Mtigoou A l.lghlfoot appear for
plalntlrf and II11II011 & Marx lor defen
dant. The following Jurors wore Deletes
The following Jailors were selected
Johnson, Chas. Lucas, 1'. H. HI cere,
A. J. Kaiuieglesser, C. W. Ilrlelges. C.
Ilutzke. V. J. Dunn, A. K. Lloyd, II. II.
Tuck, (leo. 1'. Tblelcn nnd Nelson II.
X ft ;. , K X r y X M . X X K K
inudldate for the House of Hepieen
lathes from thu Kuurlli District. 1
(ojd llieiii that hu wus 11 bare-faced liar
wliul uforiiiid luviil of biicli n leiioil,
undvir ho Is nun enough lo come nun
nee me, he would he a brave ore
1 will say Hilt, however. Hint I urn
not such kind of n mull, when I under
take to go Into it filing I would not mill
Line or emit, till tho lliiiu ending;
some ol my friends had alieady seen
the demonstration ellF'ilaved by me
during the primary eleitlou or the dele
gates nt ratio 1, that 1 was not n quit
ter, Inu: llnnly Wood at my post until
thuioughlyj di fejitcd1 taking my medi
cine ns n man.
Like thu fan. our command or Kmne
knmchu l The. I. lou or Ihe Paclhe,
vTheulii was in the fierceness of tlu
memorable buttle of the luo Valley,
when he commanded "To tho front,
brothers, till joii drink tho hitter
r I'wlll further say this. anil thoi-
(Highly lilrtlll ill Ihu minds of the peo
ple, that my mutlci Is "I-nluiess to
01:0. K. i:vai.iko.
Da led Reptrmber 10, llMti.
1 The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
OEX, published In the Saturday Bull
U.' and the Weekly Edition, give
eonelic ana eomoiet resume or all le
gal notices, call for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c PC month. Weekly Bulletin,
1 par waac
1 liiatinractiiro of r.ome of Ihn nioilucli
upon which the prosperity or the IP
lands Is h.ibcd. The occasion was u
trip over tho line of thu Onhu Hall
way Company to ll.ilciv.u, stops being
made at various joints along the Hue.
A special train wns provided for the
Callrornlans I.) the railway loiiipnny,
ionltlng or three parlor cars and an
observation ear. The parly wan ac
companied by (lenenil Passenger and
'I like t Agent l C. Hinlth mid Huperlli
Undent (leorge Ueiilsou.
Ihe edltoiM were given nn opporlun
lly to r.ec the rice plantations, it sugar
milt lu operation mid sugar planta
tions, and 11 stop wus made ul' Klsal,
where the visitor were show 11 the pro
(ess or manufacturlin slsnl. .Manager
Mid .Mis. Welilllch allowed the guestit
over the plantation and explained In
them the pioctrs or manufacture, lie
rieilimeiita weie served and the inc in
kers of the patty given somenlrs of
The Wnlimhu plantation was vlsltnl
mid the members of the association
were shown llirough (he sugar mill
whUh pnfved especially lutciestlng Id
most of (hem.
When Halelnn hotel wns reached It
wan found thai Miiuuger llldgood had
piep.ued mi excellent luncheon, which
wns partaken of by the guests. An
address was made by Hay Hortoii of
the Los Angeles Hxamliier. In whiiTi.
on behalf or the members or Ihe South
ern California Press Association, he
thanked the railway company for the
comtcslcH shown llieiii.
The excursion returned to Honolulu
nt Si 15, the visitors somewhat tired Ii;
thi-lr long day, but alt enthuslnsth
over what they had seen.
"We had 11 iqilendld time," said I'ten-
ident Holt "I for one, enjoyed myself
imnieuiely, mid I out sure all the other
members of the party did, too. We
were treated finely unit the tilp was
mi extiemely Intetetlug one to nil (it
us, We nre certainly having 11 good
time In Honolulu."
It wns a most delightful trip," sail,
Mrs. J. J. Penny. "We nil had a lino
lime and I mu sure we ucio glad of
the opportunity to sec thu varloui
things we did t-ee."
VERY lllllt POUTIGS
OF 1H0DISV KIND
SIiiopWIip pilmnrles there has In en
very Utile politics of Ihe noisy kind.
Slump sueakeis no longer hold down
street coineis to rend the ulr with
their h-uungiips. Hut nil the time mu
chine politicians arc 011 tho move.
While machine politicians nre word
ing on the quiet, those who proferr.
open light ain making threats of ull
kinds. One threat Is directed ngaltibl
Sheilff liieiwii hccatiM- ho Is worliln.
for Henry C. Villa's uoniliulloii us
Deputy Khcrllf. to make good a prom
Isc, ll Ir, mid, made to the latter heroic
the Lst campaign. Many of Iliimn'i
filcmlH, honcver, tire willing to sup
port him lu (lit s muse.
Jack Kakiklela is Mill lu the race
with Vida mid llauale. It Is repnrvu
hy one w'10 ought lo know that Vldit
may withdraw his candidacy for the
ollhe. .Ick will watch his ehamei
nnd If hn uhauhl fluil that l.e has 110
show at the convention hu might
withdraw to run on nil Independent
Itrv. S. L. Desha has been (he ren
ter of ntluel; 011 thu Island of Hawaii.
Mr. Desha did not Intend to seek Super
visorial honors again this year, but
when lie believed Hint some underhand
work wus being done to overcome Ills
possible candidacy, he declared him
self us 11 candidate. At the primaries
Mr. Desha's tickets won out in Hie
two llilo precincts. Willi the aid of
the other precincts ho feels sine or the
Little Tudor Rompers
give a pleasing vaiicty to
wearers of the Play Suits.
We have just received a n:w
shipment of all three.
AGES: I fo 8 years.
PRICE: 65 cents each,
Just Received, a new Stock, among which
will be found many new designs. "A
i-argc selection at all Prices at
H. F. WIGHMAN & Co,, Ltd.
Rich1 nnd Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO;, Agents :
902-904 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORB.
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The' Original Shingle Stums
first nnd", Hist lu -juikily nnd lost
In the) taror of cMuglu-etulli useis.
Cabots Creosote Shingle Stains
Imvo Iwi'ii iised, iuiitritcjil ninl nlntcuil fur over livuiitv j't'iini,
1ml no iiuit.itiiMi or hiilii'iliili! I:.ts ho 1'1'jilli u'.i 1 i'. Iiinhii of
color, the) liistiiif' ctt:ilttioB or tin wood jirocr Injj vuluii.
Wood licr.Ucl with tliuji) tttiins is ii-otif mriliist clciciy or
injury ley idscrils, nnd tlio colon mu irii.iriiili'i'd 'o bat.
For sitnplcs, piiuL'it mid supplies, .ip;ily to
, LP.WHRS & COOKII, Ltd., HONOLULU.
8AMUI1L CAIIOr, Sole AUnulMlurrr, - IIJUION, MASS
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
C B. REYNOLDS,
757 ALAKEA STREET NEXT SAIL ORS HOME.
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Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ol
(ft Food Products
Ask our grocer for them,
pur booklet, "Qooil Thlnm to Et." mailed fret. Send
live 2 cent ktomjn for Ubby'. UlK Alia, of the World
Llbby, McNeill 6 Llbby
makctlt the stomach Joyful. Out it is
often a problem to find the right place
to (jot what Is really tender. The fru
gal houtewife gets her meats here,
while the one who thinks she can cave
a clxpence by getting them In another!
place often spends a smiling in oiner
expenses. Then you must count the
cost of tho energy In making the meat
tender with a hammer.
Metrooolitan Meat Co. Ltd.
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H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
. Furnish us your address and our"
representative will call on you
and show you our illustrations
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIOA TION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. C Axtell &,Qo. 1048-1058 Alakca
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eer A Modern Business
liai revolutionized his methods of fil
ing correspondence, bills and memo
randa. The Modern Business Man.
Merchant, or Manufacturer Is hereby
apprised of the very complete stock
we always keep on hand of
LETTER AND BILL FILES
lettered to meet all requirements.
Special Attention Given to Country
Orders by Mall.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC.
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Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
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