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BVENINO BULLETIN, HOMOLtTlJtr. T. It., SATtinDAY, NOV. 7,. 190.
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Bath and Bedroom Scuffs
These scurfs make a handsome and
sanitary substitute for the Chinese and
Some-are lined with crash and have
braided soles, -and some have Vitalite
soles and lining.
The soles can be detached and
dried without trouble. Price, 75c to $1.50
Step in and see them at any time
MclNERNY SHOE STORE,
FORT STRKXT, A FEW STEPS ABOVE KINO.
TVTR.A.R. GURREY,Jr., begs
to announce that he has'
assumed the active management
of the new firm of
Gurrey & Co., Ltd.,
"The Photo and Art Shop"
Successors to Hawaii Photo & Art Co.
livery steamer is bringing new
goods of high artistic merit and -patrons
arc assured that the
Photographic, Art and Framing'
Departments will Jbe conducted
on the basis of good taste, cood
value and prompt service.
. 4 GURREY & CO., LTD.,
933-9.1 8 FortStrcet - Phone 52
Napa & Sonoma Wine Co.
YOU can get Wines higher in price,
but quality and price considered, it
will be hard to surpass this brand'
of Table Wines that has taken First
Prizes at all the late Expositions.
Red Wines, White Wines, and. these
exquisites, Sparkling Wines, Sparkling
Sauterne, Sparkling Moselle, Sparkling
I SPORTS I
SPOUTS BY THE
Tho Junior League will bo repre
sented In tho ImBeljull score tomor
row, n gntno being scheduled between
tho Younff llnnlwnln and the Eagles.
Tli etc small boys nra matting up n
(Inn brand of ball nnd deservo to hnve
11 hnnilcomo trophy to piny for.
Tho showing made by the second
tennis of the High School nnd Oahu
Col lego In their gamo yesterday aft
ernoon, should encourngo every tovcr
of tho great Amcricnn gnino. With,
senseless brutality eliminated, as It
now Is, there Is no reason why Inter
collegiate football should not enjoy
Tho action of tho Outrigger Club
In postponing Its regatta, m as not
to conflict with the Castlo Homo Fair
Is certainly to be commended. The
court eons spirit which prompted tho
directors In accede to the request ot
those In charge of the fair cannot
fall to causo favorable comment.
HONOLULU STOCK EXGHAN6E
HONOLULU, Not. 7,1908
Of 8TOCB 'illl'i Ut
The Kallhls will do well to give
In to the demnnds nf the soldier men
nnd play tomorrow's game nt Fort
Shatter. The soldiers have played
twico at Kaplolnnl Park, and to In-.
slut on tho third gnmo being played
thcro would hardly be to tho credit
ot the Kallhls.
; Brtwrr ft Co
Rwa Mutation Co ....
Il. Com ft So. Co ..
Hawaiian Slftr Co... .
Hooomn satr i. ....
Iloaok.a Sof r Co . ..
Hulchlion S.fir Plant.
K.klb.Suf- C-- .. .
Kiphulc Safftr Co ....
Kolo. Ssjrar Co ..r...
OnOBic. Sug.r Co ....
OoVol. Suf.r P1.nl Co
Ol.a Sugar Co Uil ....
Olnwilo C0....1 ....,.
r.ili.a Sugar ritnl -o
Pala Plantation Co .,.,
Papttkfn Burar Co....
Wrii.ka SnR.r Co ...
W.lm.a Sn.tr Mill Co
lntr-llanil St.am NCft
Hon It T ft L Co Prtl
Hon R T Ik L Co Com
Miilu.l Tl.phon. Co
Paul Up .....y,...
Hawaiian Plnnppt. Co.
Haw Tcr 4 pe. ....
HawTer )M pc
Il.w Gov't IDC........
H.ian iijt.r uoo pc
Hm. Ditch Co ,
Upper Ditch W
If that ball of tho Ala Monnn Ath
letic Club I? not n great success, 1
shall bo greatly surprlbed. The com
mittees have been working 'faithfully
In making preparations una their
work deserves recognition.
That Newspaper League baseball
business gives promise of causing u
lot of Inconvenience before It Is .set
tled. It was a great mistake to al
low so much time to intorveno be
tween tho opening nnd tho comple
tion of tho scries of games.
8alcs Between Hoards: 10 Haw.
u. k a. wo, VJtl i"u iinw, r .st h. v.o.,
9G.5(l; 100 Haw. C. & H. Co. $9t.75.
Session: 8 Mcllrydc. J3.7.'! 25 Me
Drydo. $3.76; 20 Mcllrydc, 13.75: 10
Walalua. $80; 10 Walalui. $80: 5
Walnlii.t, S0; 5 Walalun, 180; 10 Wat
It Is to bo regretted that the Ha
waii Yacht Club found It necessary
to call off Its crulso. However, the
non-members who had been Invited
to attend, appreciate the spirit In
which tho Invltntton was given and
thank tho club members just as
tibaitlly as they possibly could have
had the trip taken place.
If secretaries of athletic nssocla
tlons will take enro to'speclfy tho
time and placo of games and other
events when they send their notices
to the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n , tticy will simpli
fy matters greatly. The Sporting
Kdltor Is not a mind reader nnd ho
rnn't'glvo any very deflntto Informa'
lion concerning games when ho
Knows nothing about them. And,
above all, liavo notices sent In,
Sportsmen want to attend games, but
they are likely to find It n difficult
matter if they don't know whore the
games arc to bo Dlacd.
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ALA M0ANAS AS HOSTS
IUw Com ft Sue Co, pc
Haw Sugar Con p c...
Him RKI.CI ton tpc
Honakaa Sag ar to (ipc.
IIUO K I .L.
alio Rft LCo'j( .,
i.ho Snt ar Co i p c .
CI.. Sugar Co p c. .
Pac- Sox. Mill Co, a
P.lt Pl.nl. Hon Co ....
Pkuwtr Mill Co 6i.c ..
VT.Ijlu. ttlCo pc
Y'OU'LL never sec better clothes
than those we sell. You don't
have to take 'our word for it;
somebody else may offer "the best clothes
made," and you may think his word as
good as ours. These are
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes and that settles it; for all-wool
quality, for style, for excellence of tailor
ing, and correctness of fit, thcrcs nothing
to match them.
Suits, $18 to $40 Overcoats, $15 to $50
This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner &.Marx clothes
Copyright ,1908 bjr
Htrt Scruffier It Mirs
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KINO ST. NEAR FORT.
Latest sugar quotation 4.14 cents.
Beets 9s, 11 14d
Sugar, 3.95 Gents
Hmry Witirfeiiti Trust Co.,
Stock and Bind Deputmint
Mambtra Honolulu' ttstk and Bona
WILLIAM WIUIAMSON. MM,
PORT AND MINCHANT-rrt
TKL, PRIVATB IXCHANQI 4.
Kaplolanl Park, though they cer
tainly had tho right on their side.
It Is up to the Kallhls to Bay whether
they will play tomorrow at Shatter
Additional Sporting Ktwi on ?tge 11
LEWIS & CO., Ltfdl
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII .
WINE CEILARS, 169 KING ST. TELEPHONE 240
H . HIU.IJCT
IF YOlf WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO VOTE, GO TO THE
Arrangements Are Completed for To
night's Ball and Lordly Soap
Box Is Being Sought
The ball committee of the Ala
Moana Athletic Club Is ransacking
mo cny in in uuernoon tor me iwmi
omntc soap box to bo had. As A. L.
C. Atkinson, and Mayor-elect Fern
nro to address the gucstB at to
night's ball, It has hen decided that
tho mdlnary laundry soap variety
will not do.
At first the committee thought
that n packing case, lately vacated
by a supply of dlrt-rcmovcr of tho
"(lood morning, havo you used," etc.
variety might do, but careful con
sldcrntlon convinced the members
that nothing short ot tho delicate
perfume, of Roger & Qallet's Savon
Violet could bo sufficient to grace the
That the ball will bo a great suc
cess thcro can bo no doubt. The Alu
Moubu boys never do things by halves
nnd K. of P. Hall tonight will doubt
lors present a sight long to bo re
3 ONE GAME AT POSIT
Fort Shatter Nine Would Like To
Play Kahhis on Military
Tho1 Kort Shatter baseball nine
would mightily llko ta cross bats
with tho Kalihis tomorrow at tho
poit, Tho men have played the Ka
llhls two games now, having won
cine and lost the other.
Tho only provision rqado by tho
soldiers Is that the gdme shall be
plaed on their home diamond. They
have, on two occasions, acceded to
tho demands of the Kalihis and play'
cd ut Kaplolanl Park and they think
thnt they have the right to demand
that the deciding game be played on
their home field.
The Tort Shatter men nro good
sportsmen and. when the Kallhls de
(lined tn nlay nt tho nost last Sun
dliy.ttlii))' 'gnvo In mid Went "out to
(Ooatiaioi free, ha U
Kalanlanaolo, J. K. (ft) 1186
McCandless, U I.. (D) 820
Notlcy, C. K. (HID 921
Andrews, C. (I)) 1"
Baker, D. K. (HID 1074
Brown, J. T (R) 1031
Howltt, O. C. (ID 800
Kahana, S. K. (HID 094
West, S. (D) G47
Knolnnul. W. M (Hit) .... 1272
Pua, S. K. (ID 1494
Edmonds, W. K. (HID (!8
Bwallko, D. K. (I)) 848
Kal, J. K. (ID 941
Magulro. C. K. (I)) 84
Irwin, H. (ID nin
Williams, C. (HID 1273
Uilakea. T. K. (HID 1281
Ilyan. T. J. (D) 432
Swain. C. H.-(It) 899
Tho results aro siunniarlzod as fol
Kalanlanaolo (H) iiBfe
Notloy (HID 021
McCandless (D) .. 826
Baker (IIU) 1074
Brown (ID 1031
Kahana (HID 994
Representatives First District
Alfonso (R) 719
Kcalawaa (I)) '.T... S78
Moanaull (R) !. S61
I-'urtado (D) SOS
Sam Pua,(R) ,..1494
Keolanul (Hit) 1272
Kal (II) 941
Kwnllkti (D) 848
Udmonds (HID 686
Williams (HID 1273
Irwin (D) 1154
I.alakea (Hit) 1281
Swnln (R) t 890
It) an (D) 432
N. nnd S. Hllo. Dosha (R) .. 387
N. and S. Hllo, Lewis, (R) . . . , 356
Hamakua, Fornandes, (It) .... 144
Puna, I.yman (ID 1G8
Knu, phlpmau' (I)) 130
Thirty or forty onto forested in
Bulletin Want Ada. will bring
Thurlow's (or a lunch or, dinner.
Detective Bureau, 32 Campbell Bid.
No fancy prices at tho Now EngliuiC
Bakery, Hotel St. -
All kinds of beer, wines and mixed
drinks are aerved tn tho best manner
at the'Fashlon. Just give us a try.
The slaughter sale of shoes Is still
on at L. II. Kerr & Cou-storc. All
odd lines win bo closctl out regardless
Governor Krear has Dnlshed read
ing the proof on his annual report,
nnd It will bo returned to Washington
Have your typewriters ana machines
repaired at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant streets. Tele
Purser Phillips of the Mauna Kea
reports tho following sugar awaiting
shipment on Hawaii: Punnluu, 19S0;
Whltnoy & Marsh aro offering a
great bargain In Arnold's, rollabte
wash goods, 33 Inches wide, r at lSc,
tanrmniriv unit! at T. " f- '""
Send the absent chlldreaand trlaa.
sonio homo Jams; tho Lurlino will got
them there In tlmo for Thanksgiving.
Ring up 1110 and order a case. .
On Installments of IS par month you
can purchase a White Family Rotary
sewing machine Benny & Co., Ltd.,
agents, 1266 Fort St. Phone 488.
LIo)d Conkling has a largo number
of very line garages for salo. They
nro tho old voting booths, which are
Just tho right size to keep an auto
Tho Financial Sccrotary of the. Ha
waiian Engineering Association (W. L.
Eaton) can bn found at tho Evening
Bulletin ccry day (rccpt Sunday)
between 12 m and 1 p. m.
Tho finest dry and seasoned algv
roba, ohla and klawo storo wood, cut
In convenient blzes, delivered prompt
ly by tho Union-Pacific Transfor Co,
122-126 King stiect, phono 58.
If jou aro going to near while, you
will need a white shoe. Wo have one
o know will plcaso you. 'A hand
some nobby while men's buckskin,
$5. Manufacturers' Shoo', Co., Ltd. J
The purity, natural flavor, and koep
tng qualities of SunnjsKJo Milk have
mado It ory popular 'with careful
houscwlK's. Order from jour .groc
er. Tlico. II. navies A'Co, Ltdi, dis
tributors. I' L
Tho Catholic Church of SU John
tho Baptist, Kalihl-wacmif In charge
of Rev. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
November 8, 8:30 a. nb, high mass,
sermon, collection, Sunday vtchool. 4
p. m., Rosary.
The Barnard Regal shoo for, 84 Is
an Ideal, dull leather, man's sfcoojfor
business and general wear. If has
attractive stylo and excellent woaring
qualities. Regal Shoo Store, King
nnd Bethel streets.
James I.. McLean has filed his final
accounts In tho ostato of Captain W.
I). Godfrey, and has asked for his dis
charge ob administrator. Ho has re
ceived no money on account nt lho
estate, but has paid out about $30 In
Central Union Church Sunday
School at 9:45. Men's Blblo Class at
10 o'clock; preliminary mooting for
organization; nil men cordially Invit-
co. Morning semco nt 11: Kornion by
tho minister. Christian Kmleavor ut
6:30. evening scrvlco at 7:30: uV
iirrnn uy juiiii jucKEOll, 'wurjll WorK
We reeeired by the Alameda a large shipment i of
Columbia Dry Cells
and Hylo Lamps .
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KTNi R1HT aear AIAOA. P10NE 3M.
Where the Rip
n plinf waters flow may refer to our factory. Good toda
water ripple because it is properly charged with carbonic
acid gas. But that is not all; there must be the right
amount of pure flavoring. We combine both.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
. B. LUTHIAD, Kamager.
Joseph A. Oilman,
unrooro and commission merchant.
IHBDBANCE F1EE AND MAEOTB.
Agen.t for ARTHUR 8EWAIX ft CO., lath, Malae;
FABB0TT ft CO., Ban Franeiioa.
P. M Pond, Contraotor
t JTJBT njJTfllD WOO . yAi, umiw at Maaoa MrU MmL
WE WAJTT the apportailty ef inbssMif iTQrea on eMCfl
gratog, rock, or aoteni jebt,
' F.H.NJHD. !..
Makce Island, Kaplolanl Park, will
havo the band concert Sunday after
noon ot3 o'clock. Following ta the
"Tho Old Hundred"
March: "Birthday" Kappey
Overture: "Festival" Conterno
Pilgrim Chorus and Evening Star
Selection: "Cavallerla Itustlcaua"
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs.ar. by Berger
Selection: "I Lombard!" Verdi
IntormeKo: "Hondo" Qlllct
Klnnlu: "Mi', Lady Lovp". . . , .I.lddoll
. 'JTlio Star-'SpauRled Bannor."
No Two Alike
Bought Right. Will
E. W. JORDAN & CO., LTD.
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