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r.VKNINO IIDI.l.KTIN. HONOLULU, T. Il HATl'UDAY, MAIL 13, lQflO.
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tart ajjdWjta-s Shoes
OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT is now under new management, and we have ordered
many lines of popular Shoes to come fotward. We are determined to clean
up every broken lot in the department.
We will commence a Big Sale on
Monday Morning, March 15th.
The prices marked should easily effect a speedy clearance of all lines. Values like
what we will offer are extraordinary Money-Savers.
The following are some of the bargains:
1 AT G5f : LADIES' WHITE CANVAS OXFORD
TIES j regular price $1.75.
2 AT 91.35: LADLES' CANVAS OXFORD TIES in
White, Blue, Lavender, and Green; regular
3 AT $1.05; LADIES' WHITE CANVAS PUHPS,
with gilt buckle, up-td-Tlate styles in all sizes;
regular price $3.50.
4 AT $2.45: LADIES "SOROSIS" CANVAS TIES
AND PUMPS in nearly every color, plain and
embroidered vamps, light and heavy soles; reg
ular price $4.00.
5 AT $1.75: LADIES HAND-TURNED 002E
PUMPS in Black, White, and Brown, kith
white collar effect and bow; regular price $3.
C AT 65: LADIES WHITE KID 1 -STRAP SAN
DAL; regular price $2.00.
7 AT 05: LADIES' WHITE KID OXFORD TIE;
regular price $2.50.
8 AT $1.40: LADIES' BLACK KID OXFORD TtE,
all sizes 22 to 8; regular price $2.00.
0 AT $2.55: BROKEN LOT OF "SOROSIS"' TIES
AND PUHPS in Patent and Black Vlci Kid, in
French and Cuban Heels; regular price $3.50
LOT 10 AT $2.05: LADIES' VICI KID FRENCH HEEL
TIES with Light, Hand-Turned Soles; regular
price $4.00. , . ,
LOT 11 AT $2.00: LADIES' "SOROSIS" GUN-METAL
KID TIE; regular price $5.00.
LOT 12 AT $3.15: LADIES' "SOROSIS" BLACK VICI
KID LACE SHOE with Low French Heel; reg
ular price $4.00.
LOT 13 AT $2.50: LADIES' "SOROSIS" LACE SHOES
in Patent Lccther and Vici Kfd, Cuban Heels,
"Broken Lots"; .regular price $3.50" and $4.60.
LOT 14-CHILD'S BLACK KID 1TES, with Patent Tips;
r; sites 8yz to 11, AT $1.20
MISSES' BLACK KID TEES, with Patent Tips;
sizes ll'j to 2,at $1.40
LOT 1540 PAIRS CHILD'S PATENT LEATHER OX
FORD TIES, slightly damaged, at 50
AT 25 INFANTS' SOFT SOLES, in all colorjj'Wrth.JOo
Every Lot lafd out on tables and marked in plain figures
SALE COMMENCES MONDAY, 8 A.M.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
BUILT FOR SERVICE .
Most refrigerator companies, through a short-sighted
policy, turn out cheap ice boxes by the hundred at big
are all carefully built to give the best service of which a
Refrigerator is capabls, for efficiency, economy, and convenience.
T.H.Davies & Co., Ltd.
Weekly Bulletin 81. Per Yt&v
New Rubber. Tires
What, spot ii these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of seen,
ervt City folk in want of rest and
reoreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele, I
Is now In the hands of Mr. H. Alcona,
the. well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented far
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA. HAWAII
P, 0, Address, Kawaihae,
Irish Mails, etc
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET, HONOLULU,
'The Man With the Hoe"
Oir new general Cataltptt is no
ready for mailing and Will be fmi
of great value to tke; flatten of
Seeds, Plants ajid trees
This Catalogue is the fiaast we
have ever issued aid will be mailed
C, G. MORSE & CD.
If la tki cltr. call at
125-187 MABKBT ST.
0p. Junction with California
free (o all wh write ns,
Vfaon wrltraf address us at
SAN F1AN0ISC0, CALIF.
Board Discusses Wtiat Is
(Bpeclal to llio II till ft In)
Wailuiru, Maul. March IS The Moilt
County Board of Hupervljora liavo
been holding their regular monthly
meriting this week Thoy rour'tcd tlio
funds In Treasurer L. M Baldwin'
custody and thoy found a Imlnnce on
hand lo February 28, 190, or ill,
838.50. LAkt evening the Board held an
evening- iiesslon and Invited homo of
the ritlionn to dlscurs matters now
pending boforo tho Legislature rout
ing to Maui county.
HoUso Mil. 44,. relating to meeting
of tho Maul Hoard was fully discussed
and It was found that the change as
proposed In tho law would rork, hard
ship on the county employee. Tho
resolution .passed In ,190t, which, ro
tilfi.il In tho nnsetmont of iro law re
lating to tho present date, ot meeting,
will be Bent (d tho Maui iiciegntlon ns
coming all tho pojnts on'it" sl'btcct.
Supervisor Lyons brought up Ihc
subject of tho proposed 'cxctiutise of
about 25 acres ot'ioviirrWcphl Inhd at
Polpoll, Walehu, for "a jlt-ncfu lot at
wens' Park, Walluku, for a Turk Mte
where gnmes may be held Tho Hon id
was favorable to the IdeA b exchang
ing ssld land for tho putpbse asked ami
will bo reconimond ta'.lho.Mnul dele
gation In the Lcgtslatilrcrandwill aim
wrlto to Governor Wear .oh the sub
Jcct It Is understood 't lint, the (!"'
ornor as well as .Hnnrtger :I n. Ten
hallow of tho Walluku Sugar Company
have already expressed thetnsolvcB fv-
ornbly towards the project.
Tho matter ot the turning 'of tho
water systems of Walluku and l.a
halna to the counties as pronorcd In
itio Governor In his mossn to the
Legislature, was nlro taken up. The
Board recorded Itself an lirevoi,ably
opposed to S. n. 55. Tho matter of
the Ku'a plpo lino was tnkvn up' and
tho Hoard showed Its favor for tho
project by passing' a motion unani
mously to aisk tho dclecattin to work
for $100,000 appropriation Out when'
tho matter of tho raising of tho sal
aries of tho county, 'officials was
I reached, thq Bpari'.pocsnieWntlnicnt-
ai ami refused to act pjj.jt.H;tno mal
ts r relating in themonUll oquilly of-
noiais anu tncrciore iraponiip o- mi-
pntrlotlo to illscussnusqjdi-llcatq n
subject. They, ho'wevpr' .-v'ould 'nvor
a chango to take effect. In' 1911, aftti
their term of office. ' '
Automobllq taxes woro ntr.n talked
at soino length. Also' fines am; corts
In District Courts. -to, became County
funds was favorably commented on,
D. Morton was appointed poundnjss.
tor of tho new pound 'ot Wtilolfull on
(be recommendation of Manager 1'U
Cockett of tho Cornwcll rap at Wol
ohull. Clerk S. Kclllnr! ot the Ho-d Hoard
was Instructed to go to Honolulu by
tonlgttt's Mauna Kca and present the
resolutions of the Hoard tn 'ho Maul
delegation and other Territorial offi
cials. Supervisor Lyons wl'l also go
down tonight to appear befoin a legis
lative committee and oxp'n'.n various
Items Incurred by tho first Home Rulo
Supervisors of 1903 and wh'ch amounts
have nover been paid jet.
Whitney & Marsh
On MONDAY NEXT, 15TH INST., we will put on salo
12 One-Piece Suits
in Voiles, Henriettas, and Ladies' Cloth, VALUES UP TO
Sale Price, $10.50
LAST WEEK OF OHR
Big Mark -Down Sale
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, $1.25 Now 75o a Pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, $1.00 Now 60o a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 7o Now 40o a pair
LADE3S' CORBET COVERS, 40o Now Mo a pair
LADIES CORSET COVERS, 25o Now ISo a pair
LADES' VESTS, 10c - - - .Now 6e
WHITE COTTON, lOo a yi.... 13 yards for $1;00
NEW PLANNELLETTE, 10 yards for 90o
DRESS BATI8TE. lOo a yd Now 8c a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75o a pr. Now 40o a pair
LACE CURTAINi, $1 a pair -,?ow 60o a pair
A Lar Assortment of LACE, RIBBONS, ETC., marked
DELIVERS BREAD DAILY'
have not seen all the sights unlejs
they visit the
TEN YEAR8 OF ECZEMA
Heports on Octema dating back 10
7ears show'tho value of external trost
meat. The Honolulu Drug Co. ot this
city, can tell any suffererwtut reports
they have been getting from patients
who used oil ot wlntergreen, thymol
and glycerlno In liquid form, as com
pounded fill). D. D. Prescription. It
would be Interesting to know whether
any person-'curel as much as 10 yekrs
ago has had another touch ot the disease.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Heotor, With 25 Priests, Thanks Him
Washington, Kcb, 20. Tho IleV, A.
!.- Doyle, rector of tho Apostolic Ml
klon House, ealleH at the White Homo
today end Introduced to tho. President
twcnty.flve you'in Catholic priest
from all oyer thu country who aro
-.. -. .L -l .MAA
ini'inijvrs ni mo class " tiuv.
The object Of tho ylslt was to thaqk
the, 1'renlifent' tor what he had done
for'th? Cathojlci rif tho country during
hjs administration and the "bquare
deal" they hsd received.
The Prealdent replied briefly to
Father Doylp, who In" Introducing tho
young men paid, In part:
"Catholicism ' has; never nsked for
any Br-eclal favors under 'tho Consti
tution. Dprlng tho septennate that
you have occupied the Presidential
qhaf you have been tho living embod
Imept of this principle, and while wo
are authorized lnno eenre to .speak
Tor Hie Catholic body, still It' is quite
poKslblu to reflect in an, Informal-and
Miiviuiutai wuj lliu Knuillinc OI IIUI U,
000,000 Catholics of AmtrIcH, who llvo
under the flag, of this honest, fearlesx
square dt'sllng1 which you hava.oieted
out to the Catholic cltlicns oft this
"?' r. " v ;!
"In o dealing with our cltlzenwlth
oiit)(ll.(crlniltla'tlnn ypu.hvo et a
standard that' Uw Presldi'nt's'whp fol
low may emulate, for herein consists
tho highest cltltenshlp, which over'
oxccutlvfl must nttaln If he wishes the
apprntnl of tnie Americans."
The President thanked his visitors
for thplr expressions jf good will.
Blgmund Orabenheltqer, treasurer of
the firm of Schwerzchlld & Sulzberger,
and well known In the beef trade, fell
dead from heart dlseaso In the arms of
his brother. Nnthnn, while walking
near IIih ninnd (Vnlrnl station In
DEATH ENDS LONG
Was 25 Years Connected
With Department ol
John Kca, chief clerk of tho Atto,
ncy General's Department, end one of
the best known and most popular Ha
wallans of Honolulu, died suddenly at
his homo about 11 o'clock last night.
Mr. Kca had not even been sick, so
far as anybody knew, though ho had
complained ono or twice during tho
past week of u tin I a In his head. Ho
had been about his work as usual, leav
ing thoofflco at the usuil'tlmo yester
day afternoon. Last night he attend1
cd a meeting ot tho alumni of the
Itoyal School, returning home shortly
beforo 11. A few minutes afterward
be felt unconscious and died almost
immediately. A doctor was summoned
but camo-too lato to do anything. Ap
oplexy Is supposed to have been the
Cause'of death, though this owning It
1i'd not' been definitely determined
whether tho dUuasu was apoplexy or
If John Kea had lived until the 25th
day of thla month, ho' wouli' hvo boeu
connected with tho Attorney Gencral'b
Department Just 25 years. During his
long period of connection with tho de
partment he saw many Attorney Geu
oral come and go. He served through
tho administrations ot clghtten dlffor
ents heads of thBt department, two of
whom tered two terms each. Kca en
tered tho service of the department In
1884, when Paul Neumann was Attor
ney General, and served under all of
Neumann's successors Dare, Kaulu
kou.Hos, Auhford, Peterson. Whiting
WldomanriNeumshu agll'n, Crolght'ou
Brown, PeterBon once 'nToro, Smith
Cooper, Dole, Andrews, Peters and
Ills long experience made him al
most invaluable, and Attorney General
Hemenway, aside from his x genulno
borrow over .thS1oe of Johrf Kea a
a mani-oays tha) he hardly'UnoWs what
mo aepanraeni win no witr.out mm.
John Kca was a memb'T o' thu'Kau
Ikcaouli lodge. Tho president, of
tho lodge Is on Hawaii, and on this
account tho funeral will not tako placo
until a week from today, when be will
RAIN, RAIN, RAIN
IN MAUI ISLAND
In Ilulgarln there Is a woman suf
frage association with a membership
ot about three thousand, The pres
ident is the wife ot tho Prime Minis'
Chum of Hdnn Wallnrn Hopjier
limn n to wed tin pnituei- of laltorV
Many Bridges Washed
Out And Big. Fall
' s Reported
(Special to tho Bulletin)
Walluku, Maui, March 12. It linn
been raining steadily on Maul during
the past sixty hours and tho Indica
tions nro that there will not let up un
til Sunday. If It thunders hard Hnlo
akala will bo 'covered with snow ngnln
for It Is Just this kind of continued
licay rains that will form largo arcaa
of snow on tho western slopes. Farm-
.rs and ranchers are happy, plantation
managers are Joyous, and tho people,
In general are exceedingly glad that
tho drought ot tho pant sixteen months
or more has boon broken.
. Two bridges at KcaiiJe and one at
Olowalu havo been carried away mid
others are seriously damaged. , Tha
railway trestlo work for thp cars of
tho Walluku Sugar Company running
to Wnlhco Is so badly damaqud that
Iho curs ciunnt cinss It, Ian i.trcjiu
rose bo high yesterday afternoon that
thu houscB mauka of tho Walluku steel
br)dgo on tho Wnlhco side wuro en
dsngorcd, but Iticklly (ho riln stopped
Oust In time nnd the impending danger
was thwarted as tho water gradually
Reports from Keanse Thursday
ovcnlng ucre to tho effect that 11.53
Inches had fallen tho previous twelve
hours, 11.50 at Nahlku, and 13.5') at
Honnmanu. At Walluku mill 5 p. m. It
was 1.1)5 nnd .61 inches fell during the
night up to 6 o'clock this morning. It
Is still dark nnd gloomy and looks
Very mtlsfaclory for muro rain during
Iho noxt forty-eight hours.
Kula. nnd Ulupalakua districts lrd
oer two Inches of"raln during josie
day. Tho wlro aro not onlv drenched
with ruin but all nro keeping tho lluca
busy with rain talk that It is nlmost
Imposglblo to ring up unv nm- In tho
, Kula people aro happy but th.r time
ly downpour will not deter tho people
from asking tho Lcglslntmc tor an ap
propriation ot 1100,000 for tli.) Kuln
plpo line nnd no one should t'eny tliom
that ono Item upon which tli'j gient
futuro of tho Kula and Ulupalakua dis
In the presence of 500 prominent
lodgemen from twenty-seven BtaOJ
President-elect Taft was made a Ma
son at sight at the Scottish Kite ca
thedral in Cincinnati. x
jthe Bulletin office,
can's on tale at
r .inn It imi-,.i
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