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An Eastern shoe manufacturer, who has itudied the
needs of boys for yean, 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
ment. s t
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,
FOBT 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 great 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 S A IE S ., Catch -the Point r
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,
. ' Li iw J HARDWARE DEPARTMENT.
-1 -' J JJ- U-L'-t-
IQit California Claret ICp
LBWIS & CO., Ltd.
169 King St. Family Liquor Dealers Tel. 240
Delioious in every respect. Richly flavored ices and
featherweight cakes. Pies and cakes fresh daily.
The Palm Cafe
, 00c a pair; 75o a nair; $1.00 a pair; $1.50, $2.00,
$3.00, $4.00. The Very Best Quality.
L.. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
waiian Iron Fence
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ., 176-190
HOTEL ST. NEAR FORT.
and Monument Works
Says He Will Recourse
To Board If Rate
Theodore Rlchnrds and his laundry
sowerogo catno ftp for tlio consldorn
tlon of tho Doard of Health yesterday
afternoon, when a letter was read from
him, enclosing a letter from tho Sup
erintendent of Public Works, stating
thnt ho merely wished to bo put nu
record In tho matter. The unhealthy
conditions at theso laundries, caused
by poor sewer connections, was recent
ly brought before tho public through
tho columus of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
At that tlmo, an arrangement was
mndo whereby Itlchanls mado connec
tion with the city newer main, paying
tho regular rate. Ho now says that If
tho rate Is raised on him, ho will fall
back on the Hoard of Health for sup
port, as it was through ono of Its
ngents that ho was Induced, In tho
first place, to adopt n sowcrago dis
posal plan. This later proved an nb
IHchards' letter was placed on fllo
for future reference.
IHLO, Hawaii, Sept. 15. Under
the able control of Mr. Richmond,
with an efficient staff of assistants,
and with Improved teaching methods
and appliances, llllo High School is
attaining a position that places It
In tho rank of first-class educational
institutions, so thnt parents hero
need no longer send their young
folks to Honolulu or the Coast to re
ceive a finished education.
The school reopened yesterday aft
er tho vacation, with a full roll of
pupils. Tho stuff remains as before.
with the exception that tho place of
Mr. I.aiiglor Is taken by Miss Allen,
a Indy who comes from the mainland
with the highest 'reputation and qual
ifications. Miss Allen Is a graduate of tho
University of Wisconsin and also of
the Ypsllantl Normal School, Michi
gan. Apart from her recommenda
tions, which are of tho best, sho
brings with her an excellent teach
ing record, having had long experi
ence In high school work, for some
time as principal of tho High School
lit Grand Forks, North Dakota. In
the branches assigned to her here,
which are Latin and piathcmatlcs.
Miss Allen may be expected to prove
Sixty-three new assembly desks
have Just been received for tho equip
ment of tho Bchool and have been
placed In position. Theso are much
better and moro comfortable than
the old desks. A number of new
desks for the commercial department
have nlso been procured, so that In
every way tho school starts the term
under tho mbst favorablo conditions.
Wolfo P. Fulk, CC years old, nt
different times .manager of the Lll
llan Russell, David Wnrfleld, and Ed-
nu May theatrical companies, died In
St. Louis of congestion of tho lungs.
NEW - TO-DAY
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
In Probate; at Chambers. In tho
Matter of the Estato of Mary Castle,
late of Honolulu, deceased. Order
of Notice of Petition for" Allowanco
of Final Accounts and Dlschargo In
This Estato. On reading and filing
tho petition and accounts of W. R-.
Cnstle, Geo. P. Castle, and L. T. Peck,
executors of the will of Mary Castle,
wherein thoy ask to bo allowed $83,
202.G4, and they charge themselves
With $83,202.S4, and ask that tho
sanio may be examined and 'approved,
and that a final order may bo made
of distribution of the property re
maining In their hands to tho persons
thereto entitled and discharging them
and their sureties from all further
responsibility as such executors of
tho will of Mary Castle, It is ordered
that Monday, the 26th day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1908, at nine o'clock a. m
before the Judge of said court at the
court room of tho said court at Ho
colulu, Island of Oahu, bo and tho
same hereby Is appointed as the time
and place for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that all persons In
forested niny then and tliVro appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why tho same should not be granted,
and may present evidence as to who
mo entitled to tho said property. And
that notice of this order, In the Eng
lish language, be published In the
Evening Bulletin, a newspaper print
cd and published In Honolulu, onco
a week for three successive weeks,
the last publication to bo not less
than two weeks previous to tho tlmo
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 17th day
of September, 1908.
ALEXANDER LINDSAY, JR.,
2nd Judgo of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
Attest: JOHN MARCALLINO,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
tho First Circuit.
4109 Sept. J.8, 25rOct. 2, 9.
HONOLULU STOCK FXGHANGE
HQNOLULO, Sept. 18.1908
I Va OF STOCK
! Brewer k Co
Kw Plinoiiott Co ....
Hw Com At Sujr Co
Htwillan Sugar Co....
Honoma Sugar Co ....
tlonokaa Sugar Co. ..
Haiku Sugar Co
Hutchison Sugar Plant.
Kahuku Plantation Co
1 mil nam
Krkalia Sup Co- .....
Kipahalc Sugar Co o.
Kc surr Co
Oatra Sugar Co. ...
Onomea Sugar Co ....
Ookola Sugar Plant Co
Olaa Sugar Co Uil ....
Paaliau Sugar Plant Co
Pacific Sugar Mill
Pala Plantation Co ,,,,
repeeYen Sugar Co....
VVilalja Agile Co
Wruuku Sugar Co ....
Waliuanalo Sugar Co..
Walmea Sugar Mill Co
Intu-Uland Stram NCo
Hawaiian H kettle Co..
Hon R T It I. Co I'rtl
Hon R T L Co Com
Mutual Telephone Co
Nahlko Rtbter Co.,
Kahlku Rutilier fntu.
Oahu R art. Co
lion 11 MOv
Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
HawTfr a PC
HiwTtr ta pc
Haw Gov't t pc
Haiku Sugar Co tut.
Ham. Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6a
Haw Com At Sug Co s ic
Haw Sugar Co n pc...,
HlloRKCo Con e pc
Honakaa Sugar co. cpc.
Hon R T fc L Co 6 . c
Kahuku P.ant Co 6 u c.
Mi-BrvdrS Cn'ae. ,
Oahu RA I. Co6'jc.
Oahu Sugar Co e p c .
Olaa Sugar Co ftp c.
Pc Sug. Mill Co, 6a
Pala Plantation Co ....
Pioneer Mill Co 6pc.
Walalua grlr Co i p c
Sales rtntwppn rtnnrtlu? tr.nnn tnt.
nlua Bs, $99.25; 8 Walalim, SSI.EO; 2H0
Oahu Sug. Co.. ,25.7c; 10 Ookalj. SU.
session: it, oanu sug., :, id o. R.
& I. $100; 5 O. R. & L., $10il; r, o. It.
& I, $100.
Memo. No session tomorrow Sopt
19. 1908. Regatta Day.
Beets, 9s, 6 34d
Sugar, 3.90 Cents
Henry Waterhousi Trust Co.,
Stock and Bond Department
memoirs nonoiuiu BtocK and Gond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Manager,
FORT AND MEKCHANT 8TB.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
WHOLE BOARD IS
The following standing committees
wcro nnnouncCil jvHterilny liy Presi
dent Mark I. Rolilitsun, or tho Iluartl
of Health, tho whole Iloatil being tho
Commlttco on Kallhl Receiving Sin
tlon Dr. J. T. Wajwin, J. V. Morgjn.
Kaplolanl Girls' Home Dr. J. T.
Wayson, V. C. Smith.
Insano Asylum J. K. Morgnn, K. C.
Smith, Dr. J. T. Wa)son anil Dr. C. A.
Molokal Tho whnlo Roaril.
Clovcrnment DIK-nsary K. C.'
Smith, Dr. James T. Wnyaon.
Offlco ami Mtirgtio C. R. Hcmcii
way, Dr. J. T. Wayson, D. Knlauokn
Ian. F. C. Smith.
Kewalo and Kaknako Dr. J. T.
Wayson, C. R. Hcmenway, D. Kalauo
knlonl. Petitions J. F. Morgan, Dr. J. T.
Wnyson, D. Kalauokalunl.
New Regulations C. II. Homcnway,
Dr. J. T. Wayson, K. C. Smith.
Quarantine. Fumigation nnd Disin
fection Dr. J. T. Wayson, F. C. Smith,
J. F. Morgan.
Finance, nnd nxiicndltiircs F. C.
Smith, C. R. Hememvny.
Revision of Rules and Regulations
Dr. J. T. Wayson. J. F. Morgan, F. C.
Smith, C. R. Hcmenway.
Government Physicians and Reports
Dr. J. T. Wnyson, F. C. Smith.
Hospitals Dr. J. T. Wayson, F. .C.
Cemeteries Dr. J. T. Wayson, J. F.
Morgan, D. Kalauokalanl.
Ducks autl Pig Ranches D. Kalau
okalanl, J, P. Morgan, Dr. J. T. Way
son. MANY CASES TREATED
That work of no llttlo Importance
has hoen going on In tho Freo Dispens
ary of tho Hoard of Health ftir tho past
month, notwithstanding tho' unsavory
reports that havo been spread con
cerning It, Is ovldenccd by tho follow
ing, which Is a part or tho report of
tho DIspciiRor. it shows tho number
of cases treated, anil tho nationality of
thoso treated, dining tho month of
Number of cases treated.... 553
Number of medical cases... 325
Number of surgical cases .. 22S
Number of prescriptions filled 225
Number of cyo cases treated. . 2S3
Nationalities Portugtics, 310; Ha
waiian, 89; Porto ltlcan, 41; Korean,
29; Spanish, 22; American. 20; Negro,
13; Chinese, 8; Urltlnh, 8; Part Ha
waiian, 4; Dime, 2; German, 2; Irish,
1; Japanese, 1,
Three officers have arrived at Wal
lace, Idaho .with forty-six prisoners,
arrested for dynamiting fish In tho
north fork of tho Cocur d'Alcuo river,
Hart Schaflncr (jj Marx
LOCAL AND IENERAL
No good housekeeper omits read
ing the B u 1 1 e t i n Want Ads.
Thurlow's for a lunch or dinner.
Rent Franklin cars. Stkyds. Stblti.
Tho N. S. Sachs' dry booIh nturo
will remain clobctl all tlay tomorrow,
Mrs. 13. Sahlln will tako orders for
Infants' clothes and burntwork nt Ho
Henry Mny & Co. wish to announce
to their pntroiiH that they uro prepared
to deliver Pond's D.tlty Cream fruxh
every morning. Phono 22.
Coat your Iron roots with "Arabic "
Yoj will bo surprised at Its coollne
and preservative properties. California
Focd Co., agents.
Ono moro tiny of bargains In boddltu-
nt Ilium's. Remember, when tho store
closes tomorrow night at G It closes
on ono of tho most Buecessful sales or
Judging from the standpoint of ef
ficiency nnd economy, tho two best
laundry soaps nro Silk Soap (brown)
anil Crystal Whito Soap. Ask jour
grocer for thorn.
Dr. Francis Wong I.cong was admit
ted to practice by thu Hoard of Health
yesterday, 'after tho Board of Exam
iners had rejiorted that he hail passed
successfully tho examinations.
Tho dictates of good form demand
that full dress or Tuxedo lie worn mi
on ccrtnln occasions. Dress clothes
made by Hart, Scltanner & Marx uru
tho best you can get. Sllvu's Toggery,
King near Fort.
Seven hundred rat traps nro bclnc
sot each day by thu agents of lhu.i
Hoard or Health, according to a report '
to the Hoard yesterday'. Thu cost tit i
catching each rat has been i educed to
n trlllo over nine cents.
G. P. Merilck, guardian of C. W. C.
Deerlng. linn riled his first animal nc
counts In spendtlulft proceedings, anil
thoy were yesterday approved by
Judgo I.lniUay. Tho guardian rhnrgcH
himself wllh thn sum or $28,888.10 and
asks to bo allowed tho sum of $28
108.35. On recommendation of Superinten
dent Jack McVolgli, a rouple of peti
tions from tho Leper Settlement, ono
for a kokua and tho other for tho ro
moval of n boy to tho Raldwln homu
to llvo with his mother, wero.roruned.
when It wa3 shown that It would bo
better not to grant them.
Hllo, Sept. fG. Tho Mahogany Lum
ber Company's tlo mill ut Puna 'had n
tilnl run yeBtcrduy; but, though thu
machinery was round to bo In good
order, It Is not proposed to commenco
turning out ties till tomorrow, Thero
is now a great pllo or lumber nt tho
mill leatly to bo treated, and when tho
powerful machinery gets to work,
turning out fully finished ties nt tho
rate of about 300 dully, It will not tako
long to keep up a regular supply for
CLASSES AT Y. M. C. A.
The Association lustltuto offers
courses in English, Japanese Hawai
ian, Arithmetic, Drawing, Commer
cial I-iw, Automobile Operation,
Ilookkccplng, Shorthand and Type
writing. Students should enroll by
ROOM AND B0ABD.
The Doctor Minor residence, cen
trally located on llcrctnnla and Un
ion, convenient to car lino nnd shop
ping district, with nicely furnished
nnd nlry rooms, will be opened its u
first-class rooming und boarding
hniifce on or about Oct. .1st. Terms
reasonable. For particulars call or
wrlto J. J. Mullor. lleietanla nntl
Two-bedioom cottage, Wnlltlkl, J 18
per month. Addiess J. M. Oatcr
gaanl, 2189 Kallu road. UOtl-St
YOU KNOW TILE DICTATES OF Q00D FORM
well enough to know that full-dress or Tux
cdo is imperatively required for certain oc
casions; and, at such times, you'd better not
go at all than not go in proper dress.
WE'LL SHOW YOU READY-TO-WEAR
Hart Schaffner & Marx
DRESS CLOTHES; and wherever you wear them you
may be sure that you'll Dc as wcll-dtessed as any man
there, and better dressed than some of them.
Glad to show you BUSINESS CLOTHES, too; plen
ty of them here.
ELKS' BUILDING KING
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies the light
three-fold without conjuming any more current than the
ordinary lamp. It needs but a trial to demonstrate the
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company. Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
We do not have to claim everything for our aerated
waters. Ita Superiority is conceded by everyone. Switch
off and try it.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD
O. S. LEITHEAD, Manager. TELEPHONE 71.
DISTILLED WATER delivered to offices and residences.
Joseph A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARH0TT & CO., Ban Francisco.
lTli Vim T).t1,H 41.. TJ.l. II
eiu Aiutll. JJKUAlUft Uil MIC .DCMUU.
Meals At All Hours,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS,
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
STREET NEAR FORT.
The But Whiikev on tbt Market.
TH08. F. McTHfHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-106 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.