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EVENIKa BPLLBTIH, ITOfflM.tTL'P, T. It,, THURSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1008.
An Eastern shoe manufacturer, who has studied the
needs of boys for years, has perfected lasts for shoes that
possess all the style of men's shoes and do not cramp the
feet. looks easy, but was really a difficult accomplish
We have these shoes.
They're Beauties please the mothers quite as much
as the boys. Made in kids and shiny leathers. You'll be
delighted with them when you see them.
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STREET, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
WITHOUT AN EQUAL: THAT'S THE RECORD OF
The Eddy Refrigerator
The DIFFERENCE between the EDDY
and others lies in the way they get what they want: most
refrigerators are made at lowest cost and sold at market
prices to make money for the manufacturers.
The makers of the EDDY consider no expense
too tjreat if it makes the EDDY more valuable to the
consumer as a saver of ice and food bills. .
That has given the EDDY a Reputation, and a
Reputation means SALES. Catch the Point?
Theo. H, Davies & Co., Ltd.,
7Cp California Claret 75f
Chicago Tribune Man Has
J. C. O'Laughlln, secretary ot the
American Commission to the Toklo
Exposition, tins been tor many years
tha Washington correspondent of the
Chicago Tribune and keeps In clos
est touch with the political situation.
Mr. O'Laughlln Is stopping In the
city with Mr. Loomls nntj will bo one
ot the guests ot honor at the lunch
to ho given Delegato Kuhlo at tho
Commercial Club tomorrow.
Previous to starting out for the
Orient, Mr. O'Laughlln mado a tour
through some ot tho doubtful States
and thoso In which particular Inter
est centers, to slzo up political condi
tions. Speaking of tho results of his
observations this morning. Mr.
O'Laughlln stated that thcro Is not
tho slightest doubt of Mr. Taft's elec
tion. Tho Malno result Is thn out
come of tho local Prohibition fight,
and will hnvo the effect of stirring
up tho Republican workers through'
out tho country.
Indiana Is slated as certainly Re
publican In conscqucnco of tho per
fect organization of tho party. In
West Virginia a factional parly row
Is under way, but Tnft will carry tho
Stato although tho Republicans may
loso their Governor. Nebraska Is ono
of tho Stntcs which llrynn Is slated
to lose this year. Ho will probably
bring Missouri back to the Democrat
With Hughes ns tho Republican
nomlneo New York Stato Is snfn for
Tnft. Tho dissension. In tho Repub
lican ranks will bo offset by tho Mc
Carrcn disaffection In llrooklyn.
Mr. O'Laughlln lias traveled
through nil the States where tho fight
Is tho sharpest, and his conclusion Is
that tho most certain thing on earth
nt tho present tlmo Is tho election of
Mr. Tnft by a good-sized majority.
Tho annual mooting of tho Hawaiian
Engineering Asnsclntlon will bo hold
in melr rooms In tho Knplnlanl build
ing on Friday evening, September 18,
nt 8 o'clock.
Election of officers for tho ensuing
year will tnko placo and thcro will bo
an extremely Interesting paper on tho
subject of "OH Deposits In Steam Don
ers," by w: A. Converse, directing
chemist of tho Dearborn Drug & Chem
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
HONOLULU, Sept. 17,1908
i u or stocc
C Brtwtr Si Co
Rwi PlanUlion Co ,...
HtwCwn 5utCo ,.
lUwtlttn Sugar C0...1
Hotnrniu Sugar Co ....
H onokaa Snt-flr Co ..
Haiku 5urr Co
Mulchlion Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co
Kekalia Sitg- Co
Klpihili: Sugar Co ....
Koloa Stivar Co
McllrrdtSJtar Co ....
Onomca Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Ltd ....
Paatiau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
l"ala Plantation Co ....
Pftkeo Sugar Co....
Wanuku Sugar Co ....
Walmca Sugar Mill Co
Intcr-laland Slram NCo
Hon R T ft I. Co Fret
Hon RTfcl. CoCom
Mutual Telephone Co
Paid Up .......
Nahiku Rubber Co.Aaa.
Oabu R ft I. Co
iiiiok K Co
Hon H AM Co:
Ha allan Pineapple Co.
Haw Ter 4 pc
Haw Ter 1)4 pc
Haw Gov't t pc
H alku Sugar Co 6 p u
Ham. Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6e
Haw Sugar Co A pc...
HlloR (Co Con 6 pc
llonakaa Sugar co. f.oe.
HonKTft LCo 6p c
Kahuku P.ant Co 6 p c.
McDndrS Cn'aM. ,
Oahu R ft I. Cod'ic'..
Oahu Sugar Co juc ..
Claa Sugar Ln 6 p c..
Pac Sue Mill Co, It
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc ..
Walalua gtrCo tpc
Sales Iletwecn Hoards; 10 Haw.
Sub. Co.. $35.50; 5 Oahu Sag. Co..
$2fi.50; $2000 Walalua Cs, JDD.23. Ses
sion: ICO Ookala, $11.
Latest sugar quotation, 3.90 cents or
$78 per ton.
LEWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Family Liquor Dealers Tel. 240
Delicious in every respect. Richly flavored ices and
featherweight cakes. Fies and cakes fresh daily,
The Palm Cafe
HOTEL ST. NEAE FORT.
50c a pair; 75c a pair; $1.00 a pair; $1.50, $2.00,
$3.00, $4.00. The Very Best Quality.
Tt, Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Saturday, September 19, 1908, Re
gatta Day, being a legal holiday, all
Territorial offices will bo closed.
lly order of the Governor:
K. A. MOTT-8M1TH,
4108-lt Secretary ot Hawaii.
Beets, 9s, 6 3-4d
Sugar, 3.90 Gents
Henry Wafirhouso Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON. Manai.tr,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO MAKIKI RESIDENTS.
All residents or Mnklki district In
terested In tho Improvement ot tho
district and in the formation of an
Improvement club to advance tho In
terests of property owners and resi
dents are asked to attend a meeting
nt 7:30 this evening In tho small
school building Kwn-mnuka of tho
big schoolhousc, l'llkoi and Klnuu
, IMl'ItOVKMKNT CI.UH
Honolulu, September 17, 1908.
LOCAL AND IENEIAL
No eood housekeeper omits read
ing the B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ads.
Thurlow's for a lnnch or dinner.
Itcnt Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stbls.
Tho band will play this afternoon
nt tliu Queen's Hospital.
Mrs. E. Sohlln will take orders for
infants' clothes and bumtwork at Ha
All persons dealing with the Para'
gon Market should note their closing
notice In this Issue.
Ileddlng Is speeding out of Dlom's
store this week Impelled by tho IrrO
slstiblo prices. Don't bo' too late.
Ilev. E. W. Thwlng addressed a
meeting in Central Union church yes
terday. Ills subject was "Now I.lfo In
Coat your iron roots with "Arabic."
You wilt be surprised at Its coollne
and preservative properties. California
Feed Co., agents.
It you frown, squint, or nnrrow tho
eyes to see an object, you need a good
pnlr of glasses. A. N. Snnford, op
tician, Ilostou building.
Governor 1'ru.ir Is now having Ilia
final draft of his report typewritten.
It will be sent to Washington by the
Knrcn's mall on Sunday.
Hnwnllan Trlbo No. 1, O. II. M,
meets Jn K. of I. hnll tonight, corner
Fort nnd Ilerctanla. Visiting brothers
nro cordially Invited to attend.
Mrs. Corwln P. Keen, tho wife, of
tho commandant of the Naval Station,
Is leaving this afternoon on a two
wcoks' visit to tho Island of Knual.
Wo tiao a full lino of stanvped nnd
unstamped articles for burning with
complete pyrography ouIDIh. Hco them
in our windows. Honolulu Photo Sup
ply Co., 1037 Fort street.
Tho markets of tho Metropolitan
Ment Co., Ltd , will close Saturday at
10 n. in. Ono delivery on that day.
Two delixcrlcs Friday (tomorrow).
Oet your orders In cnrly.
Tho Hoard of Registration will keep
tho registration ofllco open on Satur
day, Regatta Day. On Monday It goes
out through tho country, returning
September 28, nnd closing October 9.
Tho makers of tho Kddy refrigerat
ors consider no expense too great If
It makes tho Iddy more valuable to
tho consumer as n saver of bills. Theo.
11. Davies & Co., Ltd., Hardware De
partment. No bids were received yesterday by
Captain Humphrey, United States
Army quartermaster, for Installing hot
water apparatus at Fort Shatter. Tho
work will cost about $1000 and will bo
done by tho department Itself.
John Guild, of Alexander & Tialdwln,
Is now trensuicr of thu rrnlcslnnt
Kplscop.il church In Hawaii, vice
Henry Smith, resigned. The latter has
held that position for nineteen years,
thirteen ot which as lieasurer of thn
chinch corporation under tho nunio of
tho Anglican Church In Hawaii.
CHAMBER MAY COME
In V '
If what's in your
head is good,
'what's on it de
serves to be. Then
why not get a
Knox hat. The
closer you exa
mine a Knox the better you'll like
Soft Felts and Derbys and Straws
Specify a KNOX HAT in your Election Bets.
ELKS' BUILDING. KINO NEAR FORT.
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the light
three-fold without consuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It ne:ds but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
. . i i j r"
Furnished houso or. cottngo in Puna
hou or Wulklld. "C, M. C," thli
office. 108-1 w
caso of books consigned to1 "P. C.
J., Honolulu," which reached the
city on the "Foong Suey" in.March
' 1907. Any information concerning
the box will be appreciated. Kind
ly report same to Jonathan Shaw,
McCandlcss Uldg. 4108-U
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
Largo furnished room on car line,
Wnlkikl; conveniences, sen bath
ing. Tel. 896. I108-2t
IMPORTED AND ISLAND. '
Fresh Family Milch Cows.
Tho markets of tho Metropolitan
Meat Co., Ltd., will closo sharply at
10 a. in. Saturday (Ilcgattii Day).
Two deliveries Friday. Ono Satur
day morning. Get jour orders in
MBTHOI'OI.ITAN MKAT CO., LTD.
Tho Paragon Market will closo
Saturday (Hegntta Day) at 10 o'clock
a. m. Ono morning delivery. Orders
should ho In not later than Friday
P. M. No orders for delivery taken
4108-2t PARAGON MARKET.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 17C190 KINQ STREET.
The cleanest and most serv
iceable Carbon Papers in the
They make clear-cut, last
ing impressions.. We have car
bons for every use,
Hawaiian News Co.,
S E R VI C E
J. SANTOS MANAGER
Union Street near Hotel'.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS.
RIBBONS, FLOWERS, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order,
30 KING ST.
Planning Excursion Of
Business Men To
Secretary Wooil has prepared tho
following report, which ho will submit
to thu Promotion Committee nt Us
meeting this afternoon:
A letter from Mr. V1kkIuh, secre
tary of tho I -oh Angeles Chamber or
Commerce, dated Sept. 2nd, to hand
per last steamer, Btatcs that tho tour
ist season for Southern California Is
opening most auspiciously anil they
feel confident of a much larger Iiitlux
this year thai) last. "Ten trains, (Mr.
Wiggins goes on to state), left Chica
go lust night bound for tha Const load
ed with tourists. Upon their arrival,
they will naturally seek our quartern
for Information and your lecture on
Hawaii Is going to prove ono of tho
great attractions. Many Inquiries nro
being mado dally of our emptojees
about tho Islands and I am confident
that our work hero Is going to bring
In addition to tho regular lectures,
at our suggestion, tho Committee's
reprcBcntatlvo nt Los Angeles will nr
rnnpo to glvo ovcnlng parlor tulks to
tho guests of tho leading hotels. Dur
ing tho ovcnlng, folders will bo dis
tributed and questions answered. I
believe that much good will bo accom
plished in this way and only wish that
tho funds nt tho committee's disposal
would permit our arranging for Biich
talks In all or tho leading cities of tho
Pacific Coast dining tho coming winter.
Jno Mitchell Chappie of tho Nation
al Magazine writes again under dato
ot Aug. 24th, In part as follows:
Your cordial faor of tho Tin at
hand and contents carefully noted. I
will ho with you In 100D-to prcpaio n
special sketch on Hawaii for my Mag
ailno which will bo profusely Illustrated."
A letter from tho secretary of tho
Astoria Chamber of Commcreo stntos
that ho Is planning to work up nn ex
curslon to Honolulu ot Astoria's Imsl
ncss man and will loavo no mono un
turned In his effort to bring It about.
Teachers of geography In tho public
schools of thu United Stntcs continue
tn wrllo us In Increasing number for
Information about Hnwulltn bo used
In their class work.
When tho Rov. John W. Wadinan
left for tho Coast, wo gavo him u suit
ply of our folders, which ho la appar
ently iislug tn good effect, several In
quiries being received by the last mail
from parties w.hn stated that they had
been referred to tho Promotion Coin
mltteo for Information about Hawaii
by Mr. Wndnmn.
Tho repoit Includes a number of let
ters refening to tho pnmphlot "Agil
rulliiio u Hawaii," coming from wide-
Wc do not have to claim everything for our aerated
waters. Its Superiority is conceded by everyone. Switch
off and try it.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TBLEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices tad resideices.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARR0TT & CO., San Francisco.
"The Finest Bathing; on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. ,AND CIGARS,
w. o. be&uin, jwopnetor
The lett Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTKtKE& CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 7SS.
j BULLETIN ADS PAY -Tpf lly different pails ot tho world.
v-ffyfi?y 1 1 1 lV ttirtiuMiwowM
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
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