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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULXJ, T. H WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1008
Our Boy's Shoes
Our stylish boys' school shoes are selling rapidly. They
are absolutely exclusive nothing like them in town.
The boys like them because they're cut .on mannish
lasts and look dressy and attractive on the feet.
Parents like them because they wear like steel.
They're romfortablc and correc,tly shaped.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, near KINO.
Keep food pure
and fresh with
the least ice by
Easiest to clean.
Theo. H, Davies & Co., . Ltd.,
as delicious as high Art candy-making can get them. Fresh
today and always pleasant to the tongue. PANOCHE.
FUDGE, and OLD-TIME STICK CANDIES are specialties
for tliis week.
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
BIG REMNANT SALE
DRESS GOODS for young ladies at the VERT LOWEST
PRICES. Do not fail to examine our stock' for then are
Special Bargains. We will be pleased to show them wheth
er you buy or not.
Ii. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
AND SOCIETY WOMAN
His Latest Book Scores
, -Women of Wealth
C11ICAOO, til., Aug. 20. Joseph
Mcdlll Patterson, the brilliant.
though decidedly erratic, son of tliu
editor Of the Chicago Tribune, relat
ed to a (lo7eii of the richest and moat
socially prominent families In tho
United States, has capped tho climax
of hla eccentric career by writing a
book called "l.lttln llrotlier of tho
Sensational to a 'degreo In his
theme, daring In its treatment. Urn
tnlly franl: In its language, lnshlng
.society and Its practices us It has
never been scourged before, young
Patterson's book will, beyond ques
tion, excite Mich wrath and Indigna
tion among his friends and associates
that by publishing It he Is virtually
signing his own death warrant us
far ns the people nniong whom ho
and his wire, his sister, and his fam
ily have been brought up. nro con
cerned. Makes Attack on Women
Hammed up In n sentence, Patter-
eon's book piesents a plcturo of so
iloty, and Incidentally of the stage,
which. If It wcro true. Is too vile and
revolting for words. According to
"A Utile Brother of the nich." ev
ery fuNhlonable woman drinks to ex
cess, is untruo to her marriage vows,
Is animated by absolutely no thought
except vulgar display, tho gratifica
tion of animal passion, und an Insa
tiate greed for money, und carcB
nothing for tho means by which this
money is obtained.
The author pays this tribute to
.New York: "'Look, said he, point
ing to me, 'there's New York New
York, stiong enough to enslave a
continent, filthy enough to poison
heaven above.' "
Another extract: "Men nro natural
poljgamlsts, an how, I guess, and it
is not virtue to much as want of tho
price which keeps most of tho
straight ones stiaight."
Of a millionaire's homo at New
port ho says: "'Home!' ho suddenly
burst out, 'Home! Do jou call this
homo? Do )ou call it homo to live
In a marble palace with a woman
who would only bear you one child
and that one's dead for fear of
missing a season and spoiling her fig
ure? Who tells ou to your face In
jour tantrums that she only married
)ou for money? Who considers you
nothing but a combined pearl fishery
und a diamond mine?' "
Whole Life A Great Lie
"Of the society man he says: "My
whole life Blnce I came to New York
since, we knew each other In Indiana,
has been U He. My smiles have been
lies, my handshakes have been lies
my kisses liavo been lies, nnd hero I
um now n success God nave the
word a success In the eyes of our
homo people: nnd tho most ghastly
failure that ever dragged one weary
day after another, mean, petty, triv
Tho sole decent figure In tho pa
geant of physical and moral gluttons
Patterson depicts is n hard-working,
seir-respectlng actress, who, begin
"iiik nur, proiessionai work In n
neighborhood stock company In Chi
cago, carves out u great career.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 8.1908
I V- or STOCK
2 Bicwer Si Co ..
Bwi Plantation Co ....
Haw Cum ftSufCn .
Hawaiian Suirnr Co....
Hnmitna Sugar Co ...
Ilonokaa SiiKtr Co . .
Haiku Sur'rCn ....
IliUchUon Sugar Plant,
Kalmku Planiatlau o
Kolou Sugar Co ......
McRrrdeSuRar Co ....
Oatin t-tleir Co. .......
Ononiea Sugar Co ....
Dokota Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Mil ....
Olowalu Co t.
Paaliau Stiver nt Co
Pacific Saiar Mill
Pala Plantation Co .,.,
Prurtkro Sugar Co....
Watalua Auric Co......
Wrlluku Suiar Co ....
Walmanalo bugar Co..
Waloita Surar MAI Co
Inter'tfttaixJ Strain N Co
Hon H T & I. Co Prtl
Hon KTSI.Cu Com
Mutual Telephone Cu
Nahlku Hul.li-r Co Am.
Oahd K. I. Co,
1 1 no K Kin....
Hawaiian Plneail Co.
naw irr a i'c..
naw icr lie........
Haw Gort jpc ,,
CaHut.Sux & Kcl Co
6 PC ,
Ham. Ultch Co ,
Ul'txr Ditch 6a
II aw Com ft Sue Co j ic
Haw Sugar Co ft pc. .
HlloR KCo Con t PC,
llonakia Sugar ro. Cc'
Hon RT h bCuti c
Kahuku P.ant Cnluc.
MrBrydr S Cn't is. .
Oahu K4 LCo:,c.
Oahu Sugar Co a c .
Olaa Sugar Co 6 p c
Pac- Sug. Mill Co, 61
Pala Plantation Co ....
Ploucar Mill Co pc ..
Walalua grlcCo ape
a uu tui
;' UM Atktl
Sales Iletween Hoards: fill Haw.
C. & S t9S.50; $3500 Wolalna r.H,
$99.25; 30 Hon. II. & M. C, J17, 20 O.
H. & I,. Co., $100.50. Session: 20 Mc
Urydo, $2.87 Mil 50 Ookala, $11.50; 10
Haw. C. & S $9i.7C; 10 Wulmcj. $50.
Latest sugar quotation 3385 cents
r $77.70 per ton.
We have the most complete lines of Boys'
School and Dress Clothing in the city.
Two-Piccc Suits College Boys' Suits
Knock-About Garments Shirt Waists .Hosiery
Neckwear Hats Caps Underwear
Elks' Bid., King, nr. Fort. Tel. 651
CM fK SPECIAL DINNER SET CM OC
pi4.0J SALE. - 100 PIECES yW.OD
Fine Decorated Austrian China Ware,
1.85 per Set
LEWIS &CO,t Ltd.
FOR A LIMITED QUANTITY ONLY.
100 KING ST. Crockery Emporium. PHONE 240.
J HNNw 1
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works-
NEXT TO YOUNG BUDQ., 176-190 KING 8TREET.
Ernest Cerf, father of woll-known
San Francisco lawyer, Is burned to
death in Tesla Hotel fire.
Murk A. Wlllilns, slayer of Vcrnle
Carmln, sentenced to be hanged No
NEW - TO-DAY
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
The Slock Hooks of the Oahu 8u
Rar Co., Ltd., will bo closed to trans
fers from September 10th to ICth,
11108, both dates included.
(S.) W. I'KOTENIIAUKR,
Ticnsuror Oahu SuRar Co., Md.
I hereby announce myself as can
subject to the action or the Ilepubll
can County Convention.
iioi-tr . J. C. QU1NN.
His Master's Voice
is the trademark for the celebrated
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE.
BERQSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
Beets, 9s, 6 3-4d
Sugar, 3.885 Cents
Henry Watoriiousi Trust Go,,
Stock and Bond Department
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Mauittrt,
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TS.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
DANCE AT MOANA
An, Invitational and rather Informal
dance Riven at tho Moana last iiIkIU,
an affair for tho society ladles of Ho
nolulu, and tho odlcirs of the Fleet,
proved a very delightful nnd a very
much enjoyed function Indeed, Tho
fine floor, excellent mimic, tho con
genial crowd nil mailo an evening tho
most memorable possibly except for
tho imfortunatu civilian ulin, flndlni;
himself unable to cnmpctu with gold
braid and Blumilng uniforms, retired
to tho comfort of n quiet corner. It
was nn nffnlr for the olllcers, preem
inently. Admiral and MrB. Swinburne, Gov
ernor and Mrs. Krcar, mid Captain
and Mrs, Cnrwln I. Itees wero umonR
tho dlntliiKulshed guests who wero
Meantime, tho bluejackets danced at
tho Seaside, nnd madu n very flno
tlmo of It. Tho placo never look'ed
prettier or moro attractive, with,
crowds of pleased sailor boys, and
ladles fair. ' ,
I.ust evening Admiral and Mrs.
Swlnburno entertained at dinner
aboard tho flagship West Virginia In
honor ,of Governor ami Mrs. Kroar.
Other guestH were United States Judge
Dolo and Mrs. Dole, Captain und Mrs.
Ilecs, Mr. nnd Mrs. McCnndlcss, Cap
tain Fox, IT. 8. N Commander Oliver,
U. S. N.
Down In tho wardroom another pret
ty dinner was lvon by Lieutenant II.
Jenuen.vU. S. N., fleet ordnanco officer,
and Chaplain Olnty, U. S. N. Among
tho guests wore Mr. and Mrs. George
Falrchlld, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfar-
lano, Miss Allco Macfarlano, Miss
Helen Macfarlano, Lieutenant Poteet,
(J, S. N., Lieutenant Constcln, IT, S. N.
President Schurman evidently docs
not believe that t would sit well
with his dignity to become tho stalk
ing horse of the New York political
"leaders" who wish to handicap Gov
ernor Hughes. Chicago Hecord-Her-
LOCAL AND IENEHAL
Don't throw old things away; let
a Bulletin Want Ad. turn them
Tlutrlou's for a lunch or dinner.
Hcroud hand ft II, V. cnglno Is want
ed. Seo ad In this Issue.
Mrs. K. Sahllu will take orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwork at Ha
Take your carnage or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Monty. Co., tor
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks nro served In the best raannor
at the Fashion. Just clvo us a try.
A public reception for Mr, nnd Mrs.
Kbersolo will bu given nt Central
Union church on Thursday etcnlng.
Allcgrettls delicious cream choco
lates, In cold storage from Chicago,
may bo had nt Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Hawaiian band will play this
evenlns nt the Moana Hotel In honor
of California's Admission Day cele
Eery homo should havo n Victor
Talking Machlnu. Now machines nnd
records nt Uergstrom Music Co.,
itemcmopr your mends with a oaso
of fruit. Island Fruit Co., phono IS.
Next Bhlpmcnt by llio Alameda, Sep
A word to tho wleo Is stifllclent. Mr.
QuIuu'H soven-Bcnted Peerless. 101
trips around tho Inland with n perfect
score. Phono 200.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You will be surprised at Us mating
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
When down town don't forget to try
a soda or Ico cieam ut Um fountain
of Holllster Drug Co. Tho only ox
pert mixologist In tho city.
Prof. N. M. Low Is, after a much
needed vacation, Is now ready for
pupils In piano and organ. Only a llni
Ited number will be allowed.
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be nrocured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents.
When the Alameda conies In next
Friday morning It means fresh Call,
fornla fruits and eggetables, oysters
and butter for Henry May & Co., tho
popular grocers. Phono 22.
Mi Mclncrny, Ltd., sell Steln-llloch
clothes and thero are no other clothes
In America that will fit yoi with the
stylo' that these clothes dress you
with. Call and try on a suit.
Auditor Fisher, referring to tho de
cision of the Supreme Court In tho
Jlmmlo Thompson case, makes tho
statement that a now gcnoral act Is
needed to meet tho situation.
A handsome little booklet, "Tho
pronor Treatment for Floors, Wood
work and Furniture," Is offered freo on
request at Lowers & Cooko. It Is X
practical and useful guide for lovers
of up-to-date homes,
Somo peoplo consider Prlmo Deer
with Its 3 per cent alcohol an Intox
icant nnd these same people drink
malt extract for a tonic Hint contains
U ler cent alcohol. Itcally tho beer
Is tho better of the two and tho moro
Miss Oeorglo Deaton and Wade Hag
nail, two passengers on the Tenyo
Mam, last evening announced their
engagement as a result of an ocean
lomance. Tho young lady" la one of
slit Montana girls wbo have been on a
irjp 10 japan awaruou ror success in
n newspaper contest, whllo oung Hag
nail la tho son of a wealthy Yokohama
WILSON SAW VOLCANO.,
Hire's Root Beer
The Only Genuine AERATED IN BOTTLES. Is made by us;
any other is an infringement and a fake.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
That old saying, "In Rome do
as the Romans do" applies equally
well to Honolulu.
Everybody in Honolulu drinks
It iS the home brew and is
superior to any other beer sold in
Prof. N, M. Lewis, 1462 Emma St.,
teacher of Piano and Organ. Grad
uate of lloston Conservatory.
Three or four carponters. Apply
Kamchameha Girls' School with
tools ready for work. 4101-tf
Good second-hand gas engine, 5 h.p.;
state mnke and price, to "Engine,"
this office. 4101-31
Jupaneso shopping bag with dragon
mounting. Ileturn this office nnd
get rewaid. 4002-tt
S. E, Wilson, Chief Clerk nt tho
Maro Island Navy Yard for nearly
twenty years, Is a returning passen
ger on tho y. S. Naval collier Saturn,
having como by that vessel to Hono
lulu for his yearly vacation, He great
ly enjoyed tho sights of this Island and
also of tho volcano KllaUon, having
been ouo of the excursionists by tho
Mnuna Kea last Saturday, Mr. Wil
son, who Is known to eery officer of
this fleet, bo he tho wearer of halt a
strlne or four, very much rogrotted
that tho Fleet's Itinerary did not glvo
tho offlccia and men n chanco to seo
Undo Sam's a'clhu olcano on tho Dig
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIFPINO AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
are most suitable to
make up this pattern.
Please look 'before
LW. Jordan & Co.
A VERY lOYELY AFTERNOON C0WN ' ,
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