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There i'h a great variety of Carpontcrn IooIr
on the market but there 13 only one complete
brand made for quality, that is the reason we
yell the famous
Brand. The KUH KUTffR Trade Mark or the
words KltN KUfftR on any tool arc an absolute
guarantee. Buy a tool under this brand and
you will know you are getting the best.
F, O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
COR. Font AND KING ST3.
On account of my departure or Am.
sterdam, I have authorized the well
known auctioneer, W. E. Fisher, to
dispose of my entl'e stock of Jewelry,
Watches, Etc., contained In the J.
CARLO PAWNBROKINQ CO. I have
Instructed him to sell the same with
out, limit, without reserve, and com
mence FRIDAY, NOV. 30, "OS. at 12
NOON and 7:30 p. m. same evening.
TAKE HOME A PACKAGE
FOR AFTER YOUR
AND LEHNHARDT'3 BEST.
1154 FORT ST.,
OPPOSITE. CATHOLIC CONVENT.
The Weekly Edition of the Kveiitug I
Bulletin gives a completo nummary oljl
me nws or me nay. for si year.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King: St.
PHONE MAIN I3f
Tliu following cimrcrl ptogrnms will
In- rendered liy the llnwnllnti band to
tay ntnl tomorrow. At I p. hi. today
n concert wilt lie given nt Anla Park,
Mnrth, "Hands Across llio Sen"....
Otcrliiic, "Light Cavalry" ,,., Stippo
Oawilto. "Ithliiu Sounds" l.alan
Selection, "Inntnsla" Ilulilii'll
Select Ion, "The Star" Mare
llallail. "Cilia Mnka Ullull" Ileitis
Wnltz. "(lolilcn HIiowitb"
Klnale. "Happy Heinle" .... I.nmpo
"The Slur Spangled Manner."
THE SUNDAY CONCERT
Tomnriow alternoon nt .1 o'cloek llio
liatnl will piny In I lie Capitol grounds
ns follow s:
The Ol.l llunilreil."
Owrluro, "The North Star"
ll.ill.ul, "i:orltiHl1iiR Day" .... Ilevnn
"Mlpcrere" irom "II Trmatoro"
Selection, 'Tnust" (Inunoil
Selection, "Pirates of Pcnr.anio"....
Olorla. "ISIIi Mass" Mozart
Chorus, "Tnnnhntiscr" Wagner
Klnnle. "Old Aciiunlnlnncu". . .Llddcll
"The Star Spangled llanner."
I Tim O. 8. S Alameda nirlvcd last
right fio.'.i San l'tanclsco, docking nt
":'M o'clock. She broiifihl n rnther
small list of panengcrs and a fair nlzcil
cargo of freight. The mall ntnuunliii
!( 213 sack?,
Tho first three dns of the wiyngo
were somewhat lough, but the hitler
p.ul of the trio was marked by lino
weather. The lateness of her itrrhai
j was dno to tho fait that sho did not
at.tv Jlt, F lll IH IIII.H 1. Ull'IB ,1
night InsWad of at noon, on account oi
haling to ship a new futemasl 'In.
old yards are still being used, with the
exception of the foretopgalliiiit, wlilcli
U missing this trip.
Among the pasengeis wlio nrrhcil
on the Alameda were Mrs. II. Klein nun
Miss I-'. Klein, who lled hcra forinor
ly and nrc returning on n visit.
Knther II. Stark nnil I'athcr II. W
man are two I'.inllu fathers who me to
lecture here on beliilf of tho l'uullst
(Icorgo I", Kenton, innugcr of Ihvn
pl.mtntlon, returns fiom a tilp to the
inn throws our
IE ! WAMtl
An Interesting decision was rendered
ctrriln by Judge lie Holt In the ease
of the Inhcis corpus proceeding
Ino-ight by lllanrhc Mertens, The writ
was Issiird as the result of the arrest
of the woman on a Jano l)o' warrant
and on the giouiul that tho description
of the woman was not given Judge
I)e Holt held that "It Is the essence of a
warrant that ll should be so fraini .
that tho ofllccr should know whom lit
is In lake nnd that the party upon
whom I Is executed should know wl. eth
er he Is bound to submit to tho nrie.it
"If the warrant, upon Its fine, lots
net lend or direct the oirtccr to n par
ticular person It Is void.
"Tho warrant of arrest on whlrh the
petitioner Is held being wild. It follows
that she must bo illsclinrgi'd, U Is mi
THE SALVATION ARMY
Meetings eveiy night .except Wed
r.esdny In the ball, corner of King and
Nuuniiu streets, commencing nt J
Sunday seniles: Holiness meeting
at II n. in.; Junior meeting nnd lllble
class nt 3 p. lit. ; Young People's Le
gion meeting nt t! p. in.; Salvation
meeting nt 8 p. in. The band will
play nt this meeting.
Young people's meeting Tuesday
evening nnd Holiness meeting l'rliln
Meetings every evening except Sun
day In tho hall, LIS N, Ilcrctnnln. no
nue, commencing nt i!:30 o'llock. Sun
day school nt '.) n. in.
Sunday school on Si hoot sheet,
near I.lllha, every Sunday HfteiniHin
11 2:3u o'clock
llvorybody Is cordially hit lied to nt
lend these meetings, nnd to send the
children to the Sunday schools.
Adjutnnt ami Mrs. Ilnmberry If
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Olllce hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST opp Union, Arlington blk.
Why Do Thousands Use
Pretty Oriental Gifts
appeal to the recipient because they are unique and beautiful.
There Isn't an article In this list that wouldn't make a suit,
able present for your friend: Chinese Crockeryware, Mattings,
Vases, Chinese and Japanese Ivory and 8llverware, Dress Silks,
Doylies, Handkerchiefs and Grass Linen goods In all colore.
We Invite your inspection of goods.
Wing Wo Tai & Co-,
94 I NUUANU ST.
1 ' L . J l?1FfTT-
J I A TTt A'C
. LANUU b Coegjan clothes
Hotel Street Store
AND THE DSPOT FOR B08S OP
THE ROAD OVERALL8.
DALLOON FISHES. 00 c Quart-
Just the thing for your den. Russian
Brasses, Mats, Tapas, Fans, Bas
kets, Souvenir Postals.
HAWAII 4 80UTH SEAS CURIO CO.
HOW DELICIOU8I I
Harry Strange't Pure
'PHONE MAIN 209.
Kx S. S. Siberia.
GOODS NOW PA8SINO
From the Orient
Consignment from the well-known
collectors. AnTHlin and BOND. Yo
kohama nnd London.
Will sell In a few days. Clean, new
Invoice. Calnlogilo In three days. My
Instructions are to sell.
All these roods nro sold and guar
anteed as described by AKTHUK and
You all know the
Alan who jjivcs
Old Santa will be
on hand with
This Is the largest store In Honolulu and It Is filled from street floor to the roof with the grandest display of goods for the Christmas oeason. There Is no other store where the young folks and the older ones can get such buying satisfaction
as at KERR'S.
We have left nothing undone to mako this season better than all previous ones. Our buyers In the East have been active since the first arrivals from Germany, the home of the, toy-maker, and they were active up to the dap of shipment.
Special attention has been paid to the wants of the children; not a single Item has been omitted; their desires have had first attention from all sides and will continue to have until SANTA CLAUS C0ME8 DOWN THE CHIMNEY WITH THE
We are advised that the rush for Christmas goods will begin early and for that reason we give you the word that It will be to your Interest to come before your neighbor and get the choice of the toys that have a place In a department that
has been created expressly for their display. They will be open cd to sunlight on Saturday and If you have the happiness of your children or your grandchildren at heart you will come to headquarters, where the prices are less than you will find
anywhere this side of Chicago for the same grade of goods, and buy what Is needed for Christmas.
There will be mechanical toys of every description, American, English and Hawaiian DOLL8 In ENDLESS VARICTY. MUSICAL TOYS, AUTOMOBILES and WAGONS. LOCOMOTIVES and CAFU making whole trains with the tracks. TIN
DRUMS, ELECTRIC NOVELTICS OF ALL SORTS,
HOLIDAY GOODS IN LADIES' NECKWEAR
The Newest Coods Showing In the Cast sent by Express To Be in Time
for the Christmas celr.
MILLINERY TOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE.
A Special Line of Imported Hats, the Newest Creations, for Little Money,
Nearly every dry goods ho'jse make leads of handkerchiefs at Christ
mas. We havo some STUNNING VALUES on offer this year from 25t
dozen to 95,00 dozen. SPECIAL PURCHASE, a maker's lot of sample
Handkerchiefs, at 50 PER CENT. OFF REGULAR PRICES.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS
VAISTS, dainty sheer
$1.50 to $7.50.
Tho Newest In CLOTH WALKING
SKIRTS, great value; as low as
$1.75 and t any price up to
HOLIDAY COMB SALE
Beautiful New Style Back Combs;
In Endless Variety.
GREAT VALUE3 HCRC DURING OUR XMAS FAIR
GOWNS, ALL PIIICES ,15 TO $5.00
CORSET COVERS 30i TO $3.50
MUSLIN SKIRTS . ." 50 TO $7.50
CHEMISES ,15 TO $5.00
HOSIERY, RIBBONS, LACES, BELTS, BAGS VILL nE FOUND HERE IN SPLENDID ASSORTMENTS AT POPULAR FAIR PRICES,
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHING AND CLOTHING DEPARTMENTS
Our exhibit of Men's and Boys' Clothing 13 far ahead of anything previously shown by us. The line nf Men's Suits at $0,50 has tho style and appearnnco of an ordinary $15.00 suit.
In Blue and Black Serges and Worsteds we have all sizes, fashionably cut nnd thoroughly well made at $S. $0.50 $10. $lii. $13.50 $15. $18. and $30.00.
nOYB' QUITO. Mothers, the feature of our Boys' Clothing is Good Qiifflity, Stylish, Neat Designs and Durability, We have Roys' Suits in Grey anil Dark Tweeds, Blue and Black Sergei and WorMcd, UHes, -1 to 16; at $3,50 $3. $-1.
$1.50 $5, $0.50. OOYO' KNEE PANTS.-AII sizes, "1 to 10, at 25cM0f ?5 'nd $1.00. HATfl, SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYG-BIG VALUE DURING THE CHRISTMAS TAIR.
s SHOE DBPARTMElVr
HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS VILL BE FOUND IN PROFUSION IN OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. 8LIPPERS FOR CHRI8TMAS PRESENTS FOR LITTLE MONEY.
Tliico Is something in the Style, Fl! and finish ot Gorosls Shoes that Is not found in other makes irrespective of price The new shipment to hand lor tho Fair are the acme of perfection, We can glvo you wy lilting and al
WALK-OVER SHOES FOR MEN IN ALL LEATHERS $3,50 AND $-1,00. CHILDREN'8 SHOES, COMPLETE 8T0CK, HOLIDAY PRICE8.
GOOD CLOTHIJNQ DEPARTMENT FOR MEN
most any style desired,
The clnlliiny made In Mils rrtahlish
Is the licit that can be purchase. 'Hie
id the material thai
shnient is equal in every retpeet tn the suits made hy other tailors at an advanced price. We havr tie rutters whose experience teachesi them the art of cutting lo fit, We have the makero an
difference in pi ice it due lo nur Indifference in the matter of profits We are willing lo divide with our r.intomers at all times and In all departments,
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L-. B. Kerr Sz Co., Ltd., Alakea Street