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EVENINODtJU ETIN, HOXQLOLD, T. H., TUESDAY, DEC. S, 190S.
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Newest Dress Trimmings
One of the largest and best assortments we have shown at Excep
tionally Low Prices. Colored Trimmings will be used extensively this
Season. We have a pretty assortment in color combinations.
PERSIAN FILET BAND TRIMMINGS. N
Embroidered Pongee Bands in Persian effects. Applique Trimmings
in new designs.
SILK FRINGES in Black, Whitj, and colors. SILK TASSELS, DROPS
and PENDANTS, GOLD BRAIDS and CORDS. In fact, everything new
nnd up-to-date, you will find in our Trimming Dept.
SECOND DISPLAY OF
New Fall Hats and
that have just arrived per S. S. ALA
MEDA will be on display, beginning
Monday, Dec. 7th '
Shades and Styles.
Dainty Pink, Blue, and White .Hats
in Bengaline Silk, trimmed in
Plumes and Flowers for Christmas.
A SDccial lot of handsome PLUME
TRIMMED BLACK HATS.
BUFFALO BILL HATS.
Children's TRIMMED FELTS.a new
assortment in leading colors.
' Specials for
Monday & Tuesday
Fruit of the Loom Cotton, soft fin
ish, yard wide, 10 yard.
35c Box RUCHINGS at 2B. Six
neck lengths per box; no two alike.
Just ri?ht for Fancy Work and
Pillow Backs. 21 inches wide, in a
tariety of colors.
Our Mail Order Department is thor
onghly equipped to serve out-of-town
patrons in a satisfactory manner.
Prompt and careful attention given
to all orders.
Lace and Insertion
for the making of curtains, in white
and ecru. 40d and 50t a dozen
ECRU CLUNy'lACE and INSER
TIONS for curtain-making, 10 and
15 a jard.
A sample line, no two alike. Come
and see them.
SHOE SIGN DOWN,
' G.O.P. MIL FLIES
Complaint Made Against
AiUertUliiK WnlkOver Shoes, n
large iIkii tins liocii'Biisiieiidcd over the
Mrvit In1 front of Koir's stoie, until
the other ilny uli'pli It mib rouioxcil
bj order if the Attorney General's De
partment. Now Mr Curtis, manager
of thu shoo department nf Ken's, cnlls
uttt'iitlrn to thu fuel that theiu Is u
miKu sign, exnttl) the same us thu
shoo sUn, smiiiended mer Tort street
nhertlsliiK thu fiict that the Hcpiibll
un headquarters nre located In that
"I only wnnt fnlr pta," stnlcd Xtr.
The letter from the Attorney Gen
eral's department Is ns follows.
Honolulu. T II., Nov. 24, 1908.
U. 11. Kerr & Coinpati), l.ltulted, Ala
ken Street, Honolulu, T. II.
Gentlemen: Complaint has licen
cade to this olllro nKalnat )nu for hut
Ini; suspended ovqr the street In front
of jnnr storu a sign advertising Vuk
Over shoes. Wo would call jour at
tention to Section (113 Itcvlsed Laws of
Hawaii, which prolilcs ns follows:
"No person shall hang, ssupind,
placo, constnict or ciusu or permit to
Kiow mer any such street, lano rfr al
loy, side or crosswalk or wharf, any
Hlgn, awning, frame, balcony, tree,
busli, vine, provided such tree, bush,
lno or other Krowth shall obstruct the
stieet, or any oilio projection what
but, except as permitted by lnw,"
Heel Ion ('.IB provides penalty of not
less than (Ue, nor more than twenty
five dulluis. Section G21 permits cer
tain signs ns follows:
"Signs secincly fastened to the
I nIMIns tuny bo suspended over the
dldewalk not extending moru than
three feet from thu building, at a
clear height above the sidewalk of not
loss than iKht feet."
lly Section r,2." thu puntshnipiit foi
a sign not in accordance with Sec
tion G21 Is not less than flvo nor mora
thnn twenti-flM' dollars.
It Is evident from a reading of these
two tortious that thu sign above men
tioned Is not ill accordance with thu
piovlslons of the Hevlsed Laws of
Hawaii anil fehntild bo i omened nt
Very truly jours.
K. V. SUTTON,
Deputy Attorney General.
Reis & Qulnn are now located at
the Young Hotel Auto Stand Phone
199 Short runs SOo and $1.00 By
the hour $5.00 Special rates for
shopping and calling.
Convincing Statement Is
Filed With Tariff
The American Sugar Kenning Co.
has filed statement with the Wajs ami
I Means Committee, nrgulne In favor of
Itho retention of the present,prottctlon
on i (.flued BUgars. Tnu company docs
not tntei Into n controversj betwetn
thu cane and beet Interests.
Tho letter accompanying the state
ment reads as follows. In part
Your attention Is respectfullj called
to tho fact that thufsugar H'Mnlng btisl
boss lit one of scveru mid fierce compe
tition; that largo numbers of people
are emplojcd In the different depart
ments, and that In the case of tho
American Sugar Refining Co. attention
Is also called to the fact that the avir
ngc holding of Its stock amounts to
less thnn forty eight shares for each
stockholder, of whom there aru 18,852.
Any legislation hostile to the Indus
try will bo keenly felt by man A
careful consideration of tho nccom
pan) l"g statements will, we believe,
convince jour committee' that the pro
tection at present afforded the Indus
try Is very small but Indispensable.
There nppearently exists uncertain
ty ns to w bother the American Sugar
Ileflnlug Co. Is-lntercstcd In the beet
sugar Industry of tho United States.
Theru Is no Hosiery about It. Tho
annual statement for 1907 contains an
Item which states the fact tint the
company Is Interested In the beet In
dustry. The American Sugar Tteflnlng Co.
In tho extension of Its 'business In this
direction has done It solely for the
purpose of keeping abreast of the gen
eral development of the, sugar busi
ness, whether It bo the refining on
cano or beet sugar.
furthermore, tho company was
Minght flfter by the penpio who were
Interested In tho beginning of the beet
Industry In this country to contribute
financial aid and such technical knowl
edge as tho company might have at
their disposal for thu, development and
prosperity of the Industry and the
community In which It'ta carried, on.
In which co-operation tk'e company
was willing to participate
The Interest of the American 8ugar
Ileflntng Co In the Jej(? sugar fac
tories of tho United 8tnte Is lesfir than
29 per cent of tho total beet refining
capacity for working beets Into refined
The American Sugar rteflning Co. Is
not a partj to any agreement, ex
pressed or Imrjllnd. with' nn-r mmnot.
iltor, either In rtspactTo-iy 'regulation
oi production, or thu nilng of. prices.
Out Tuesday, December 8
Full of new Hawaiian Views, with Handsome Honolulu residences.
Articles on the Agricultural Progress of Hawaii, and other liVe matters,
written by a well known author of first authority.
A beautiful Islahd Souvenir with which to remember friends over the water.
Place your orders now to catch the 'Alameda sailing Wednesday
Pricfe 25c, ready for mailing
PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC
Regal Christmas 5
IN THE NEWEST FALL SHADES AND PATTERNS
Nothing makes a more sensible and
practical gift than one of our Christ
mas Certificates an order for a pair of
Regal Shoes, Black Russian Calf.Russet
Copper Tans two of "our handsomest
Buy your husband a pair of
H you find a slipperjust as
good as one of our Rcgals, you
will also find that it is much
more expensive. Slippers arc
$150 to $3.50
REGAL SHOE STORE
McCandle&s Building : .:' : fcoriier of King aud Bethel Streets
MORE PAY FOR
' I .V
Frear Is Working For
Higher Salaries At
Ono of tho most Important tilings
that Governor Froar will tako tip
while ho Is in Washington In thu mut
ter of Increased, salaries tor the
JudgoB of the Territory. At, present
tho Circuit Judges receive' n salary of
$250 per month, and, lis a proof of
the inadequacy of this amount, Judge
MiKlstty, Second Judge of the Circuit
Court, has announced his iutontlou of
nslgnlng when his term Is upland
Judge Robinson has seriously consld
eiod ti similar move.
There Is no doubt but that the pay
of these Important officials should be
inci eased. Superior Judges In tho
States seldom receive less Hum J5000
1'iT juur, nuue iiiu,cuitui uviug can
not bo. lis a cptierM ruin, n. Int-b-n
tlieic us here, judge Dole or (he Unit
ed States District Court Is also In line
for u salary increase. It maybe that
his pay will be Increased to 17500 por
Unusual interest )s attached to ,th'c
fuct that tomorrow Is thu day On which
the appointments or Judges Parsons,
llnrdy, and Matthew man expire, and
ns )et there has come no notification
ns to whether they will be reappointed
or who will bo "appointed In their
places. There are numerous candi
dates for the judgeships on the other
The Partners' Institute meetings
culled for the afternoon and oVcilltlg
nf Dec. 12, hate been liostponcd until
Dec, 20. It haB been decided best to
make this postponement so ns to glvo
parties out of town nn opportunity to
hoar President Qllmoro speak on tho
Collego of Huwall.
Tho three sailors who brought tho
schooner II Irani Bingham from San
Francisco will leme the mhiRlary craft
hero uhd sail tornbrrow oh. the Ala
meda for homo. Their places on the
jessel will bo taken b) Hawaiian Hall
ors.il.. & a ff ,.,.,, t,
Fop Sale. .
Building 'Site . at
Puunui, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDO. 74 S, KINO ST.
1'" Our New Liiie of ' ' g
Mesh Bags and Purses I
'j'UT '-"- is going like hot cAkei. II
The quality of the goods in connection with the I0W
PRICES will simply astonish you.
You can now see dur large assortnimr of JEWELRY,
TOILET WARE, and NOVELTIES.
J. A. R. VIERRA & CO.,
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and SKEET00 burned in a skeetgo lamp sends them
staggering away. You cannot have comfort reading
nor can the children study to advantage fighting mos
quitoes. Buy a SKEETGO 'LAMP. Complete $1.00.
Tops to fit any lamp, FIFTY CENTS.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.'
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Thnt sale applies1 only to the main store at Eleeie.
A Great Reduotion in all -Lines of
These win Ve sold at LE'SS THAN CbST : ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices
A line line of Fancy Wines 'and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Sjlva's Store, Eleeie, Kauai
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