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THERE is' no bulging
at the sides or slip
ping in the heel of a
because they are made
on Oxford lasts and cut
by patterns that are
I Mclnerny Shoe Store
Do You Know
that nearly r11 food contains alcohol? It is always present in
Bread, for instance, and very often in dried and preserved fruit,
fruit-jams, and juices.
This only illustrates the fact that alcohol, in the right quan
tity, is a necessary food for the human body. In Leer, we tjst al
cohol in just the right quantity, and malt tonic and other valuable
The beer that contains only 2 1-2 per ccn. of alcohol is
Little Priced Goods
WONDEARFUL BARGAINS FO TWO WEEKS, COMMENCING TO
IIORROW SATURDAY MORNING.
ladies' Shirt Waist, $1.75, cut
to k $1.10
Ladies' Shirt Waist, ?1.C0, cut
' to . . ,..,.$1.00
Ladies' Shirt Waist, SI. 25, cut
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 80c, cut
Ladies' Shirt Waist, 75c, cut
' to 40o
Ladies' Corset Cover, 51,25, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, $1.00, cut
to s.....' GOc
Ladies' Corset Cover, 75c, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, 40c, cut
Ladies' Corset Cover, 25c, cut
to... .......)A 15c
Men's Umbrellas, 75c, cut" to'50j; Ladies', $1.25, cut to GOo. Ladies'
Dress Robes, $5, cut to $3.25 a suit. Gingham, 12 l-2c. a yard, now lOo
ywrd. Brown Cotton, lOo yard, now 13 yards for $1.00.
A large assortment of
Laces, Ribbons, etc, Marked Down.
"Do I licllovc 111 Individual promo
lion work? Of course I ilo." wild Al
exander llumo Ford to u DuUutln
man, "I will give you fin example.
"I wns standing on tho corner of
KltiK ami Tort street talking to ox
ActliiK Governor Jack Atkinson when
two of tho Moann passenger passed.
Onu of tlicni, a young man. remarked,
'If I knew unjonc here, I'd stop over
lor n month.' In a flash I dropped tho
cx-ActliiK Governor nnd caught tho
young man by the nrm. "Would you?'
I said, 'I'll nx that In flo minutes,'
i.nd 1 did That was nt fl p. m. I)y 7
p. nt. ho knew n dozen or more Honu
luans and five minutes before tho Mo
mm sailed his trunks were oft tho
boat. Tho strango part of It was thai
while ho had sat near mo nt tahlo 1
did not know his name. When ho re
turned to the Moanp, nt dinner time,
Federal other passengers declared
their Intention of stopping over If I
would guarantee that they would mako
congenial acquaintances, but It was
then too late to get their trunks out
of tho hold.
"I took tho young man, Mr. Ham
mond, n New Zealand gentlcmnn
larmer, up to tho top of Punchbowl
and showed him tho Island by eaily
morning light, then took him to meet
Governor Krear anil'lntercstcd him In
Introducing tho Sciippcrnong grapo
vino on the barren lands by tho sen
that won't rnlso sisal, or cocoanuts
and today be Is thinking seriously ut
settling In Hawaii. A little more pro
motion work now from others and wo
havo him. All of which Indicates that
wo need n welcome society hero.
"Personally I would appoint Mr.
McCandless chairman, havo him tako
bis committee out on tho pustoma
launch to meet; each Incoming mall
boat, .wltli full Information as a tho
doings' of tho day. Ho' might oven
nail a typewritten statement on the
bulletin, offering nny twenty passen
gers who wish to visit tho l'all u
coach rldo for n dollar each.
"Then, too I'd utlllzo those orna
mental Icl women on tho wharf. 171
line them up on tho edge of tho pier,
covered with their own lels, nnd makt
them sing 'Aloha Oe.' nnd 'Hawaii
Poiiol' to tho Incoming guests would
n't bo n bad Idea cither to let tho
swimming boys Join in the chorus.
The greatest promotion work that can
bo done by one man or a hundred In
Hawaii, Is In tho hnnds of Alexander
Young, i t would like to appoint him
ns a committee of ouo to open it nnd
til y rest of us nnd tho reception com
mittee to urge jicoplo to visit tlila
most perfect modol of a tropical hotel
In the' wldowlde world. 1 havo heiud
its fnmo sung in owry quarter of tho
g'obe. A largo party had been madu
up on tlio Mbtuia to illno on tho Uojnl
Hawaiian Inual and their disappoint
ment wm Intense: upon finding tho
hotel closed. Certainly, to my mind
thcro is nowhere a inoro liumellko
tourist-tempting hotel anywhere In tho
universe, nnd I am not nlonoln that
"Yes, I hclloVn In individual promo
tion work and I hopo Mr. Alexander
Young helps uy Reeplng tin tlio grand
eft tradition of Honolulu, '(bo Royal
. b . It
In recognition of the gnlwlng Inti
macy between the rcgnl.ir army nnd
tho national militia. Acting SccrC'
tary Oliver of tho War Department
has Issued nn order creating n new
division of tho Wnr Department to be
known as the dlvlrlon of militia nf
falrs. Col. K. II. Weaver bus been
named as chief of tho new division.
llrewrr ft Cr
Twa r-tanlallnn Co ....
Haw Com A Sue Co'. (
Hawaiian Sufiar Co....
Ilotirmin FiiRar Lo ....
Honokaft Sutar Co. ..
Ila.ku Sm-ar Co ......
Kaliukn rinniatinn 10
KIM Plantation Co I.M
Klfialiutc Sut:r ci
Knlna Sitrar Co ...
nalm StiRftT Co. ...
unnmra Micat lo ..j,
Onkola Sucar Plant Co
- T T .. . .
oiaa Migano 1.11 ....
I'aahau Stiffar I't'nt Co
Pacific Suaar Mill
I'ala Plantation Co .,.
Prprckcn Silaar Co...,
Waialua Atrrlc Co
Waimanald Sugar Co.
Waimra Sugar Mill Ci
Inter Maud StraniNCc
Hawaiian Electric Co
Hon HTM. Co Trcl
Mutual Tlfilion Co
Nal.lkj Rat.tr Co.,
Paul Up ,
Maluku PiiluVr Co Am
Oahu R ft I. Co
HiloR V To
lion lift M Co
naw irr 4 PC. ...
Haw TcrM pc...
llawTcr 4h pc...
Maw Tcr pc...
Haw Go'l lie...
Ca, Htt So . Kel Co
, o pc
Han. Dllch Co ,
ITl'lKf Ditch Ca
IlkA Com ft Sui: Co tc
Haw Sucar Co 60 c...
HlloR KCo Con 0 pc
MOO K I L.CO O p C
nnnuin f. am 1.0 o lie
Oallil KM. Co 6 )'..
Oihu Sugar Co 1 pc .,
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c
rnc Mijr. Aim co. ci
Pala Plantation Co ....
rioncer Mill Co 6nc ..
Wnialua rtI- Co s P c
.,. Ul,1l .T . W
I, ran orj
TJ 14 80 I
Snlcs Between HuanlK: $20,000
Pac. Sug. Mitt Cs, $100; 4U Oahu Suff.,
Latest sugar quotation 3.29 cents or
$77.80 per ton.
London Beets, - 10s 3d
Henry Wateriiouse Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honoldiu Stock and Bond
WiLllAM WILLI A.MSO.S'. Manajt r.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANQE 4.
1 m THEATRE
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
-. ;ia. 'H'la'fl-
CooKcd In any style
and well served
I f IX: .
OC Dntlril Annov
BICKHEAD L1THIA WATER
Has a special value in tho cure of DYSPEPSIA and all ST0MACII
diaorden.' Invaluable in cases of stone in the bladder and uric
LEWIS & CO., Ltd., Honolulu
SEEN IN AN AUTO EIDE FOR
$5.00 an Hour
Just call 200 on the 'phone and ask for QUINN.
To liny dollars dated 1U00, 1901 and
1005. Tuko to J, Carlo, 1018 Nilll
A liouso with tlirco bertroonm, lurRO
grounds unit stnlilo; wIIIIhb to
Ip.ibo for twa years or more;, llox
10 or jihono 171. aa3-tf
Gentleman, hro 4", liiilopcndonlly
wealthy, desires to meet educated
n nil rpllned lady; olijert, matrimo
ny. Address "J. M. P.," Ilullotln.
NEW - TO-DAY
NANIVA & CO.,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
The I'alaiim-Tliealrc', on Klntroct,
oppocllb tlioi. depot, will open llnlor
row evening with tho latest movIiiR
pictures iimil Illustrated socks, Tho
Krnplro Theatro Co. havo hhd such a
demand for srntR that they havo com
eluded' to open multlicr llicatio with
nn entirely illffeicnt ret of pictures.
The adnjlsslon will he'llio same poi
iirar prices, 5 and 10 ccntn.
BENJAMIN SEEMS TO
BE RATHER RUDE
James llenjaiiilii Kanllllllt has n
penchant for wielding n razor, and
his remarks to his wlfo aro so cut
UliR that she feels sho would ho safer
II sho were no longer his wife.
Wlicrcforu she fllei suit for divorce
coniplaliilnK that .lames not only
waves a rnror thieatcnlngly hoforo
tier eyes and occasionally announces
his Intention of cutting off her exist
ence with the Instrument, hut falls
to support, lie has unothor cheerful
little liautt nf drugging her about tho
loom liy the hair of her head. Kick
ing and beating her Is also a fad
with Jiimrs llvujiimln.. For these
ic.isoiiH, Helen K. Kaalllllll wants n
Tho case Is nn old one, tho llhol
having been (lied last July, hut It was
ory much mixed, Clio notary public
having apparently copied parts of
two libels, and It had to be amended.
The en so conies up this afternoon
hoforo Judgo Lindsay.
WE ARE CONFIDENT
That our new line of
: Hart, Schaffner & Marx
Is the best line of goods in the city for
Quality, Style, Price, and Workmanship.
See them and you'll agree with us.
ELKS' BLD., KING near FORT Phone 651
iab JEnnonnKaVM.0iU sMKUaQnaaKftmft HiWDniHBaii
LOCAL AND GENEkAL 1 CgSSSggggC3ggCCGOgggfl
The quick solution to many house ft
hold problems is Use a Bulletin tt
Want Ad. I Zl
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 3G1.
If YOU are low spirited take a bracer.
TRY a glass of
GOVERNOR GOES TO .
MAUI THIS EVENING
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Tack Roberts.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholeula importtr nd Jobbara
AMERICAN DRY QOOOt
FORT nd QUEEN BT8
Clovernor Krear nnd his party
leavn this afternoon on tho Olaudlne
lor Xliuil to look ovor tho Govern
ment lands on that Island, Tho oh
Jcct of tho trip Is to ascertain what
tho various lands aro good for and
what use can ho mado 'of them by
prospectlvn ottlois. Tho Governor
will ho nrcomiuinlcd by linnd Com
ntlsslonor I'ratt, Suporl,ntondcnt of
I'uhllc WorksJarslon (Tiimphcll, Bee
leTary Mott-Smlth, Private becrotary
Mcllrlde, and nowspapor ropresonta-tlvcs,
JOHN D.' DIVVY
New York, I'eh. 17. Out of a to
tal of SH, 750, 000 that wMJ he paid
111 dividends by tho Standard Oil Co.
at tho rato of sin a sharo next March
John I). Hoekefellor, who owns 25 per
rent, of all the stock, will get S3,
750,000, 'bringing up tho total of his
lelurns fiom Stnndnrd Oil stock for
Iho six months to JO, 250,000.
The directors of (ho Standard Oil
met today and declared a quarterly
dividend of $1G a share, which Is the
same flume as that paid for the last
qimrtor of 1907.
ltent Fiuuklln cms. btliyda. Sthh.
l'utnnnr Health Pills mako rich
blood; 60c. a package. Try them.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25G.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IR5.
Watch for tho opening day notice l
MIsh Power's Ritrlnir mllllnnrv ills. I T
The beer at the Hoffman Is tho licit
antidote for tlo prevailing Fonth
I'aradlso of the Pacific Kloral Pa
rade, number wrapped ready for mull
I,. A. Thurston, who left on tho
JMuuna I.na today for Hawaii, will be
iwa for some time. ,
Charles K. Notley ruturned to his
hpiiicutcnd today In tho Mauni Ui.t,
which tailed nt noou.
The l'edcrnl (Irnml Jury did not n
iwrt today, as was expected, but will
probably do so next Monday.
Cash Registers repaired by the
new expert at Hawaiian Office Spe
cialty Co., Ltd. Phone 143.
Sheriff Iiitikca, Itft today In tho
steamer Manna I.oa ,for Kona. Ho
was ticcompanlcil by Mrs, lauke.. i
County Attorney Dali Caso of Maul
was among tho passengers' who leftj
at noon today on 'tho Inter Island
Kleanier Minimi I.oa. ;
The itcml-anmiiil clearance salo at,
Ilium's is tho largest onu in it given
in Honolulu, and Is creating much ln-j
lerest among shoppers.
The Spring styles of Hurt, Schnf i
fner K Marx suits at Sllva's Toggery I
are the best lino of goods in the city
for quality, style, tailoring, and prlre
The Whlto 1'amlly Hotnry (lock and
chain btltcli) Is the best sewing ma
chlno In tho woild. Denny & Co., Ltd..
RgentB, 1206, Fort Htrcet. Phone 188.
Iwatarn Kulzan. who was arretitcd
by Ihij Kiileral nuthorltlo ycttcrilny
on the rhurgn of adillteiy, waived ov
amlnatlon before CommlsHlonr Hutch
nnd was i 0'iiid over to tho April torm
Tho I'acii'c Mall S. S. Co. has given
Iho Unlon-I'.iclflc Transfer Co, solo
authority to distribute blggngo undor
their own personal supervision to state
moms nnd sealed compartments.
W Pfnlcnhnucr of tho firm of Hack,
luhl & Co., was a passenger nn the
Blfliner Mauna I.oa for tho oilier
Islands, His trip to tho other Islands
today Is 111 tho Interest of tho firm of
which ho is tho president.
Frank Lulls' begs to acquaint his
patrons and friends that ho Is no long
er connected with tho Union Hnck
Stand. I.eaVo orders for nny ono of
his two machines with tho Territorial
Messenger Servlco, phono 301. any
hour, day or night.
Alexander Krear of Ithaca, N. Y..
undo of tho Governor, Is about to
leavo for his homo In llhacn, N. Y.
Ho will hlay on tho Coast until warm
we-ilher conies. It Is Mr. Fioar's In-
leiitlon to rctuin noxt fnll nnd. If prac
ticable, bring soino of his townsmen
The stoamor Alameda arrived from
San Francisco early this afternoon,
Among the passdngors was Secret iry
11. P Wood of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, who has been at Wash
ington to assist In tho work to seeuio
Iho Pearl Harbor nppro'prlJtlon, and
also In Now York to look Into tourist
and Immigration matters.
Now York, February 18. About ull
th Callfornlnns In Now York got tin
gather to-night nt n theatro purty In
tho Now Clrclo Theatre, whero Kolh
and Pill nro appearing In the musical
comedy lilt, "Uniesonie Town."
decorated with popples nnd tho colors
of Sluuford and Iho University of Cal
ifornia. Kolh nnd 1)111 made their debut on
llroadway recently and their show,
which was wiltlen by Judson C. Urn-
slo of San Francisco, was nn Immense
hit. It was In honor of llruslo nnd
Iho Iwo comedians thai tho theatre
party was given to night.
You can get it at the bar or by the
1 The neyfancj best Mineral water
in the world
ash! your bealer for it
TELEPHONE 171. P. 0. BOX 40.
SOLE AGENT P0R HAWAII.
WAVERLY BLOCK. COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG Bl OOm 7-tB0 KINO 8TBEET.
Ladles' Waist Pattern
One of AlcC'iU's fcipec.als
1 wit iwA Jr ' ' " 1
Also materials ro make It up at
E. W. JORDAN & CO. Ltd.,Fort St