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RVKNINO nULLETIN, ItONOUJMJ, T. II, 1'UIDAY, AUG. 21, 1908.
CADET. A good, low-priced mower. We have three
sizes in stock 12 inch, 14 inch, and 10 inch.
PENNSYLVANIA. Wc have eight sizes in stock, cat
ting from 12-inch to 21-inch. We also have in stock the
25-inch Pennsylvania Pony or 2-man mower,which is just
the thing for largo lawns.
COLDWELL'S H0P.SE MOWERS. Wc have the 30
inch size in stock, comoleto with shafts. We also carry a
good assortment of la.vn and horse mower parts in stock,
so that a worn-out or broken part can quickly be replaced.
MOWERS SHARPENED. We will call for your mow
er, sharpen and clean it r.nd return it promptly.
E. 0, HULL & SON, LTD
Yee Chan & Co.
Corner Kins and Bethel Sts.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF
ALL SIZES AND PRICES. Also BOYS' WOOLEN SUITS
in different styles. Wc can fit a bov from 3 to 15 years old.
These suits arc made of a very splendid shape and pure
wool, as they are very low prices.
Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, and a Fine Assort
ment of Ready-Made Mosquito Nets
Come to see our window displays.
Puns Tackle Clarans
At Baseball Park
A b.isrb.tll gainc worth while,
ulikli nhouhl liae all the mcrlta ot
(lennly iitajcil ImII and ofcrc.it rhnl-
y lictwfcn tennis, Id on at the I'nrk
tomorrow. The I'nnnhoiiD, who havo
put up n ihwxy Kiunc ccr hIiico tho
Fcuon opened, mu to try things with
I lie S.intn d.ir.in.
The I'iiiih will probably rotue nut
Willi about tho llnc-up which they
hno li.ul for (wo weeks past. This
team In fortunate In having two pitch
ers, nml n ciitclier who It equal to all
occnslonR. This is true even with tho
loss of Unit, tho SI. Mary's man who,
though he Is Inick In town, will prob
ably not be seen In tho box hero
again, or In the game nt nil, for that
The ClaiaiiK nio now uorMng In
gieiit foini. Kllburn and I'rleno are
lillclilng better and better iik tho time
goes on, Anil their mippott Is work
ing in nlte li.ipt witness their flelil
lug ineiago so fur, Ji per cent, higher
than that of any other tram now
The ni.itlnco purfoininucc tomor
inw will again ho but one g.inic.
The Kelps nrc dun In fioin 1 1 Mo by
tho Manna Kca tomoriow. There
was a runioi about town that they
were going to stay In 1 U to to play oft
a icturn game with the Mooheaus,
but the) liao their dates let this way
The Sunday bnschall program hns
again been shifted, and tho .IcwMs
will bo seen against tho Snutn Clnr
uns Instc.id ot against the KcIoh. as
was formerly arranged. Tho Saints
and the Kclos will hook up.
Tho Jewels nio getting together a
team, ns rci minted elsewhere In this
paper, whlih they think ought to
tako the measure of the Clnrnns.
With the lscnberg Cup in their pos
session, denoting that they hnvc dono
the best on averages, this Dlnmoml
He-id nggrcS'itlon is sanguine. Whnt
ever way llilnns go Sunday, it Is suro
to bo a battle royal.
its i ivtwm
Ooomor Trear hns for tho second
time been asked to pitch tho first ball
ht tho opening ot tho Knlnnlnnnnlo
Kengue. The last tlnio, ho could not
do so, ns ho wiis to ho out of tho city
nt the time tbegames becan, hut ho
expressed his regret, nnd It Is hoped
that he will consent this tlmo to open
things up in proper stjle.
I'rlnec Cupid will umplio tho first
game. The leaguu opens when tho
Becond scries of the UlveVslde League
:: n t
Jnmcs Polk, the wlr.ird of tho ban
Jo, Is not so bad with tho gloves. Ho
nindo a good showing jestcrdny i.t
tho Hotel llnths with Jack McKadden.
101 BAPIISTE WINS
By the Hour or Trip
G. C. HECKLE Y, Jr.,
AT VON HAMM-YOUNG GARAGE.
John llnptlste has the right for
this 5 ear to the handball cup nt thu
V. M. C. A. when ho yestcrdny de
feated l'rank llcchcrt In tho finals of
the handball schedule which hns been
In progress nt tho Y. M. C. A. for
months. llnptlBto lost tho first game,
nnd then finished strong, taking the
Inst two games in good Bhape. Tho
scoro was 9-15, 1B-9, 1S-9.
Ily u piocess of elimination, the
deciding of the ehnmplonshlp for tho
teuton came down to these two men
three weeks ago, but llaptlsto hns
since been nursing ii strained shoul
der, and this is tho first tlmo that ho
hns been In tho game practically In
The cup hns to be won three times
In order to go permanently to any
man In the competition.
it IS It
It happened with the American
athletes who went to tho Olympic
games ns It happens everywhere, else.
Some of them did much better when
the contest was over nnd they wcro
mciely disporting before tho admir
ing throng lliau they did In the
The shoit-llght game Is becoming
cry popular on the Const. No won
der. After the all-day affairs which
hno obtained for ninny moons past,
the fans certainly need n change of
n tx rx
Professor IJcto Huron Is qtiito n
weight-lifter. Sailor lloherts Is be
coming pretty good.nt the samo stunt.
Why not match tome of tho strong
men hero with the big bells?
Pnt fllenson hns n plnn for tho con
Milldntlon of tho Riverside and tho
Honolulu llnscbnll Leagues serious
oi otherwise. Hns ho nsked A. L. C.
Atkinson about nil this?
n a n
It's nliout time for tho Australian
lemon Hint Is, tho biggest lemon
to mix it again with Tommy llunib,
the American tlnancler. ;
Dimity, Lawn & Madras
WHITNEY & MARSH
PVP I ATIAM The most effective
LIL LUIIUI remedy known for
Localized Eye Complaints.
Absolutely no danger m application.
Leading druggists keep it:
Pottie, Honolulu Tel. 1189
At Our BIG CLEAN-UP
The following Extraordinary BARGAINS will be found for the asking:
Men's Light Weight Suits, woith Boys' Knee Panh 25c, 35c, 50c,
$10.00, $4.95. . ?5c.
Men's Trousers, 100 Stnylcs. Boys' School Suits $1.75, $2.00,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, to $0.50. S3.00, $4.C0.
Men's Black Woisted Suits, worth Boys' Wash Suits 85c, $1.00,
$20.00, at $10.25. $1.25, $2.00.
Men's Furnishing Goods
1 5c Shiits, all sizes, at 35c.
S1.50 Shirts, all sizes, at 75c.
Men's Balbriggnn Drawers 25c.
Men's Balbnggan Under Shirts
100 Under ShiVs, Sale Price 50c.
Men's Black Sox, worth 25c, 3
Boys' Cans, worth 50c, Sale Price
Men's Felt Hats, worth $2.00,
Sale Price $1.00.
Men's Straw Hats, worth $5.00,
Sale Price $2.50.
Men's Straw Hats, regular $2.00
Eale Price $1.00.
Men's Panama Hats, worth $20.00
Suspenders. Neckwear, Handker-
jlcrchicfs, HALF-PRICE !
Dry Goods Department
50 pieces Printed Calico 25 Yards
100 pieces New Ginghams 12
Extra wide Gin?hams 10c Yard.
20o value in Colored Lawns 10c
45c value in Dress Goods 25c.
Madras Shirtings, worth 40c, 25c.
Linen Towels, worth $2.50, at
Heavy Flannelette Shirtings, 81jc.
Whits Dress Muslins, worth 20c,
Bedspreads, worth $1.25, Sale
Lace Curtains. Half Regular Value.
EeadvMade Pillow Slips Sale
Hemmed Sheets, 90x80, Sale
We aie closing out our entire stock of SEWING MACHINES and
giving up the business for all time. Wc hnvc sold more machines the
past 6 days than we had sold in a year.
THE PRICES ARE LESS THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT FOR AT
SEWING MACHINES, regular price $35.00 CLOSING OUT $15.00.
NEW DOMESTIC, Latest Improved, worth $45.00, Sale Price $21.00
The Beautiful, Light-Running STANDARD DROP HEAD, worth $70,
The Famous SINGLE-THREAD AUTOMATIC, worth $65.00, SALE
2W Wc Respectfully Invite Your Inspection of These Wonderful
65c Drawers Sale Price
75c Drawers Sale Price
$1.25 Drawers Sale Price
$1.50 Drawers Sale Price
35c. $1.00 Chemists Sale Price
45c. $1.50 Chemises Sale Price
75c. $1.75 Chemises Sale Price
93c. $1.50 White Under Skirt
$2.50 Drawers Sale. Price $1.25. $2.00 White Under Skirts $1.00.
Corsets! Corsets !! Corsets HI
THE ENTIRE STOCK TO BE CLOSED OUT LESS THAN COST.
$1.00 Corsets Sale Price 35c.
$1.25 Corsets Sale Price 50c.
$2.00 Corsets Sale Price $1.00.
$1.50 Corsets Sale Price Rjc.
52.50 Corsets Sale Price $1.25.
$3.00 Corsets Sale Price $1.50.
Hosiery! Hosiery!! Hosiery !!!
Child's 20c Hose at 10c.
Child's 25c Hose at 350c.
Child's 35c Hose at 20c,
Child's 50o Hose at 3$1.00.
Women's 20c Hose 2 pairs 25c.
Women's 35c Hose Sale Price 20c.
Women's 50o Hose Sale Price 35c.
Women's 75c Hose Sale Price 50c.
1200 Pieces Taffeta Ribbons, Half-Price
No. 5 Taffeta Ribbon 5c.
No. 7 Taffeta Ribbon 5c.
No. 9 Taffeta Ribbon 3 for 25o.
No. 12 Taffeta Ribbon 10c.
NEW FANCY RIBBONS SPECIAL SALE PRICE.... 10c to 75c YARD
No. 10 Taffeta Ribbon 12i2c.
No. 22 Taffeta Ribbon lGc.
No. 40 Taffeta Ribbon 17Vso.
No. GO Taffeta Ribbon 20c.
ALL-OVER LACES Just Half Their Value 15c. 20c, 30c, 50c, $1.00,
$1.25, $2.00, $2.50 Yard.
RIBBED COTTON UNDER VESTS 50o Dozen, 2i25c, 3l50c; Grand Value.
LADIES' SILK BELTS 20c, worth 40c ; 35c, worth 75o ; and 50c, worth
IF GOODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED.
FOLLOW THE CROWD!
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
Honolulu Department Store
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