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EVENING mJL-tHTIN, HONOLPLP. T. II., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 10015.
Last Three bays
Ends on Saturday
I THIS OPPORTUNITY FOR HOUSEKCPPmn I
AND HOTCLS, WHO WILL RECOGNIZE IT AS A GOOD TIME '
TO STOCK UED8 FOR COLD WEATHER AT A BIG SAVING IN I
I EXPCNSE, SHOULD NOT BE OVERLOOKED
White. Grey and Tan Cotton Blankets
J Regular Price ,.v 85c $1.00 1.25 U0
j oi.u rmm 0r, g0 )5 ?1i2q
White Wool Blankets
Kull Size, fur iloultlo beds.
$3.76 WOO $5.00 $5.50
$2.M 5.1.5 $1.00 ?4.0
FULL SIZE, WELL TUFTED, SILKOblNE AND SATEEN
COVERED ALL GOOD PATTERNS.
Reaular Prlc $1.25 $1.00 $2.00 $2.25
SAI.C PRICE ..... tt .UK 81 ir. (!1 KK at hk
.j. .. !'... y-9 ipxim,
White Bed Spreads
$1.25 $1.50 $1.7G $2.00
8? .ttOt 91.15 Spi.35 91.00
IF MONEY IS WORTH SAVING THE ABOVE PRICE8 ARE
SEE OUR WINDOW AND INTERIOR DISPLAY.
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Rainier Bottling Workt.l
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fnA S.fAn. C.nrA AND THE PKpoj FOR BOB! or
IIUIW1 iJIIWWI kJJUIC T()c f(0An ovpHAI.LB,
FIT OF E(M
Trying Jo Find Means
To Reduce County
Expenses ' -
ARCHER SEES DISASTER
AHEAD FOR NEW BOARD
HEAD OF POLICE DEPARTMENT
THE ONLY ONE WHO THINKS
HE CAN MANAGE WITH "
The Uoard of Supervisors went over
llin running expenses of the Comity
with 11 flue-toothed comb nt tho Ineet
Int; last night, seeking to Unit Homo
placo where, an amputating oiiorntlon
may bo performed without fatal re--suits
mid a section Liken out that will
allow of tho two' Midn being brought to
Supervisor Archer was thn chief sur
geon, tho matter coming up an the ru
iiult of his motion at thn previous meet
ing that the heads of ilepartmvntR be
calleil before tho Hoar J ami nskid
whether or not there In any way in
which tin- running expenses of their
various ilepartmenta may bo reduced.
Archer was very much exercised over
the matter. The Imrden of tho whole
County government rested on his shoul
i!erH ami It nimlo him nervous, lie
couldn't sec anything nheail but dis
aster unless several thousand dollar.!
a mouth could bo lopped off somvwheie,
no matter at what cost of efficiency.
Sheriff Drown was tho only head of
department who could see where be
could make a reduction In expenses.
Cox had suggested that $1000 might be
favoil on the police department. Iliown
dialed that hu had boen looking over
ilh proposed reduction and agreed that
by strict economy a saving of $000
might he made, but be would have tu
consider the matter farther before ho
oM be willing to say that n reduc
tion .( IK'iio wuj, be wade. "I don't
think." he s.iirt. "llmi this will affect
the salaries of thu men very much.
Rather than reduce salaries, I picfer
lo reduce the number of men. One
good man well paid Is well worth sov
crnl olllrers pixirly paid. Thu reduc
tion will have to roiim out of cutting
out hack bills and similar expenses.
l'lre Chief Thurston said he didn't
see how any reduction could be made
In his department "We can't 'keep
Hood men for less than we are paying
now," bo said, "and we need good men.
tome people think that becuuso the
llVemeu sit around the station house.
mu.'h of thn tlino they don't buvo any
work to do. Thn men sit nriniml lm.
liltte tllHV llUVli tn TlinV W,mlil rnllmp
ioJhIo II. They have to bo on duly 21
haittrfvuui of tho 24. If their salaries
are reduced, they will get better Jobs
and leave." They are poorer paid now
thnn some other county employees
who work only eight hours 11 day.
"Wo can't reduce tho number uf men,
ilther. We haven't enough now. Tlior'.'
Is one hoolc mid ladder wagon which
we tan't nso because no haven't the
men to run It. ,Vh:il ue ictilly ought
to do Is to Increase tho number rather
than decrease It."
Sam Johnson, head o( the road de
pailment, said be didn't sen where any
eduction of expenses could ho made In
his department. W. I Kraxeo said thu
tame of the electric light department,
which, he contended, is living run on
the most economical basis possible
Then Archer was ulTllcted with nu
Idea. Suppiuu some of these city em
ployees were not paying their poll taxi
Ho inquired about It. He learned that
there wus nothing to bo gained that
way. All the heads of departments
said their men were paying poll tax.
Fire Chief Thurston took occasion to
!! $3500 !!
will buy tho flno Residence of Mil.
CHUCK HOY on Kamebamcba IV.
Road near Car Line. With ItH Urge
airy rooms and with nearly 0110 utu
of ground tasterully laid out and plant
ed with (lowers and fruit trees It
makes 0110 of the 11KHT HOMEs In the
suburbs of Honolulu.
Here ure a fnw other Ilargalns far
W500. 11 bilr. 7GX160 Young St.
$3()00.4 bedr. with 4 acres ground,
$2760.-1 bedr. GuxDO Klnau St.
1300. 3 bedr. r.0xl00 (lullck Ave.
$1300-3 bedr. ROxinO Kukul St.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
I liuve a number of unimproved lots
for salo on' easy payments und It will
bo well for u to consult me before
buying nur Real Kstute as I CAN
HAVi: YOU .MONKY,
OAI.I, UN '
P, E R. Strauch
WAITV 0LDQ, 74 8, KINQ STREET.
I'frtJI' V. i V"1
Unscrupuluous dealers are placing inferior
cigars in Owl Cigar boxes and selling them
Every genuine Owl Cigar has the letters
O. W. L. perforated in the wrapper.
I LOOK FOR THE PERFORATION
Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co Inc.
mmmmtm mn mmm ttiim0mm 0mimmmm0mmmm
icmark. that In Most all other cltlei
firemen don't pay taxes.
Archer wouldn't let tho matter alone
Ho said that the present Hoard of Sup
ervisors had spent two years' taxes In
eighteen months, and tbcro Is only
about $20,000 a month available for the
months of January, February and
March. Lucas tried to head him of.'
"It's time enough to say good morn
ing to the dovll when J oil meet him,
Tho matter was finally referred to
tho Commlttco on Ways mid Means to
sen 11 any way 01 mincing expeiisos.Mro olCrtnlj0 whitman, Biiperlntcn
could bo found. The commlttco was .in,,! .,- i.i,,nn i .1,..
also Informed It would not be out in' ,J,,C schools; Mrs. V. I". Itldcr. sup-1
nlnn fur It In il it uti en trcrnet Iritia tit' . .. . . . . I
'"', ' . . . . ' """""" '" crinienuent or tne Loyal Temperance
the Legislature looking toward Increas- iB0. .M8H Jatl0 Johnson, superln-
lug the county revenues. teudent of temperance literature: Mrs.
Supervisor Mooie tmik a decided 0. H. (lullck. superintendent of Uu-
Maud on tho matter of salary reduc- fermented Wine for Communion ser-
Hon "I urn going to put mjsolf on VCM, COniinltloo; Mrs. T. O. Thrum,
record," ho Bald, "us absolutely opposed hllCrliitendpni nf snnitnv M.nni i....
lo any reduction In salaries. I will ' p.-rnnoo work; Miss H . I'lnder and Mrs,
W. L. Hopper, superintendents of flow
Itcports were read, among them being
The W. C. T. U. held Us annual meet
ing at Mrs, J. M. Whitney's residence
yesterday, nt which the following of
llccis were elected:
Mrs. J. M. Whitney, president; Mis.
Doremus Srudilcr and Mrs. P. C. Jones,
lro presidents; Mrs. S. U Austin, re
cording secretary: Mrs. K. W. Jordan,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. I.ydlft
Coan. treasurer; W. A. Howen, uudltor:
not sign any report to reduce salaries.
Tho men earn all they get. And 1 can't
see any plllkla ahead for tho new
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i.wiiu. 11 in vme 11111L n iiuu "1'i-ui onn liv I in Tre!imire- uliritvln .. I...I
a largo amount of money, but It was nnco on lmml ot rjSM UUli anoUivr
Ififirnlv fix ,i,nlilnnitf nfi. tiflili-li llint'
......, .. ............,, w.., ...w 1 mm inn iiawai an reniesenlnllva nt
will find on hand and will not have to
buy out of what thoy have to spend."
There were present at thu meeting
Chilli man Smith, Supervisors Moore,
Cox. Archer. Lucas, l'aelc, Uwlght;
Clerks KalauokoJdil, Iluffandeaii, Ha.
nulel; Steuugruplicr Aea, Krunl; liar
vcr, A. II. (lurrey, A. Herg, J. A. Oil
man. W. II. Cornwall, Jr.. W. Craw
ford. W. L. l'razee. Sheriff lliowu, C.
Huttace, Cluih. Achl, I
the V. C. T. U. convention, which wbr
held In Uoston.
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNESS.
The Fatal Germ and Its Remedy Now
Facts of Science.
It Is the rarest thing In tho worlJ
for a man to he neccssnrlly bald. No
I.. McCaiidlcss. ,11"" whose hair Is not dead ut the
The Modern Light
The ancients used the ruth light. Sine then many other meth
ods of lighting have been used until the electric light was Invent
ed. The advent of the electric light hat relegated all other light
to the background. It It the efficient, tafe, odorltta Itlumlnant that
hould be In every home.
Hawaiian Electric Co., L d.
Td. Main 390
Dclectivo like, Treasurer Trent
Sam Johnson. ,
Thn usual appropriation blllH wcro
passed as follows:
Fixed salaries, $1070.
County Clerk's ulllco, $310.
County Audltor'a ufllre, $120.
County Attorney's ofllto, $731i.
County Treasurer's olllce, $I1!0.
Keepers of parks, $200.
Klre department, $3070.07.
Klcctric light department, $GSX.2S.
Poll aud'llio alarm' system, $187.
Kaplolanl lark, $35B.50.
Itoad department, $2025.00.
Police department, $7005.05.
County Kugtnecr, $425.
Carbagu department, $200,
Uwu road district, $125.
Walalim road district, $75.
Itoad department, $778.20.
Koolaupoko road district, $135.
PIKK CHIRrS HUl'OllT.
Chief Knglucer Thurston of the Flic
Department made the following report:
Honolulu. T. II., Nov. 24, 1000.
Mr. John Lucas, Chairman, FlraJlo
partnlent Committee Hoard of Su
pervisors, County of Oabu.
Ocax Sir: 1 beg to report that this
department has responded to four
alarms of lire during tho month of Oc
tober. Property loss Is estimated at uhoul
Liability of insurance companies not
Property ut risk was covered by In
surance (or about $30,730.
C. II. THUU8T0N,
Chief Hnglueer, Kirn Dept.
loots, need be bald If bo will use New-
.bro'g Hurplclde. tho new scalp und-
'boptlc. Herplcldo destroys tho germ J
inui i ins i ne uair on at tno root; nun
cleans the scalp or dandruff and
leaves It In a perfectly healthy conill-'
lion. Mr. .Manned, In thu Maryland'
IlhiLk, Untie, Mont., wus entirely bald.
In less than a month Herplcldo had re
moved thu enemies of hair growth,'
and mi I ii ro did Its work by covering,
his head with thick hair an Inch lung,
und In six weeks hu had a normal suit
ut hulr. Sold by leading druggists.
Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The
llorplcldc Co, Detroit, Mich. Hollls
ler Drug Co., special agents.
True Toy Talk
We are now exhibiting for the Chrlttmaa trade, on of the
most extentlvo and attractive stock of TOY8, DOLLS and NOVEL
TIES ever displayed In the Itlandt.
Our buyer purchased at a low figure, to that, true to this ttoro'a
policy, they could be told for lets than othert atk
When wb IcMun Mailing prices nothing
la ubAtractcl front quality.
Fresh Fruits Vegetables
ARRIVED ON KOREA
Monday For Thanksgiving.
APPLES ORANGES LEMONS
QUINCES GRAPE-FRUIT PEARS
CRANBERRIES PERSIMMONS CHESTNUTS
CELERY CAULIFLOWER . PARSNIPS
RUTABAGA HUBBARD 8QUA8H RED CABBAGE
Audiow Adams, road overseer of
Koolauloa, lias reilgued tho position,
In H letter of leslgiiiillnu lo the Hoard
of SupervlKors, he states that tho wuik
Ik how at u point loo distant from hl.i
plantation to allow of his Inspecting
It fieiueully The appointment of u
comjietnil load luiiu, which has Just
been mtiilu, lunures u careful Inspection
of the work, however. Thu resignation
was niiepled utiil Hut clerk wus direct
id In write ii li'tter of tluuikn tn Mr
Aihiius fur hi ki'ivK'hs,
mr"Pr nnt" card! on ule (
FRESH EASTERN OYSTERS AND-CALIFORNIA COCKTAIL OY8TERS
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