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er lace boots,
$1 Ladies' Sho;s
Ladies' Viri Kid.
Eljcher Lace, in Hnnd
Turned or Welt Soles.
Greatest Of All
Starting; Saturday, the 9th, at
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Patent Colt
Kid Lace and Button
Shoes; in good, wide
$4 Ladies' Oxfords
Tatont Kid Hand
Turned Oxford, Wood,
Cuban or French Heels
We are putting out, in this sale
about $5000 worth of High Grade
Shoes at Tremendous Reduc
tions, as ve have a large ship
ment due very soon, and we
have to make room for them.
This Sale includes such cele
brated makes as S0R0SIS and
WALK-OVERS. No better
Shoes in the world for the money.
$4 and $5 Men's
Men's Fat. Kid Lace
and Button Shoes, on
the new Drop Toe Mil.
$5 Ladies' Oxfords
Fine lfcht dull Kid
Oxford. Medium high
Sorosis Canvas "Oxfords and
In most all colors, regular QA QC
$4 and $5 grade, at - - yuyO
.$4 Men's Oxfords
In Patent Leathers,
Tan, Russia Calf and
Complete outfits for the amateur or professional.
.Films, plates and supplies of all kinds guaranteed fresh.
Developing and printing a specialty.
Photo Supply Co.,
$2,750 Large Cottaec in t;ood
condition and well painted. Three
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, FOR THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH. Corner lot 50x150. Fruit trees. On
jui&Kini noaa, near car. .Bargain.
Fort, below Hotel.
' In addition to the 20 two-minute
and 20 four-minute records issued
monthly by the Edison Phonograph
Co., they have issued a racial list of
50 new four-minute Antbcrol rec
ords. These are now ready for sale.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg. 74. S. King St.
III II j Kyvy?y1 f 1 1
Easiest in the world to clean. Uses least ice
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Electrical Work in all its branches.
Union Elcotrio Co.,
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENCED COOK.
I Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
I Wc want to see all our old cus
tomers come 'jack.
WILL GET ALL
(Continued from Pact 1)
enter negotiations with tho telephono
company tovwinls liuvlng tho agree
ment Blgncil up.
Aylett wanted to bo shown. He de
sired more tltno to look Into tho mens
tiie. "I 0(i not wnut to go Into this
thing hllnclly," mated Aylell. "I ntn
tilwnj s looking for n little hit more. I
ilo not wunt to vote adversely on tho
slfinlntf of tho agreement hut If tho
question must come tip for n final
uto this evening I will he compelled
to vote against It."
"There's no use of us spendlng.our
time In threading over old straw,"
wax tho succinct remark of Qulnn. Ho
believed the telephone company was
secured by an array of penalties which
would prctcnt any dumngc being done
to streets that could not be replaced
nt no cost to tho city. "Honolulu cor
tninly wants a first class telephone
fKtem. Let us be progressive nnd
lot the proioscd underground system
go through. Do not block tho new
sjslom. Wo, uro getting mnro than
wo gle, tho mayor to the contrary
notwithstanding. I move that tho
ngipcmcnt be slgnod."
Cox declared that ho must ljavu
mnro time to read over the ngieenient
and declined to vote on It until he had
given It nmplu consideration.
"I second the motion of Qulnn" said
I-ogan, "nnd agree with him thtot wo
need a better telephone service. I,
for one. do not want to see tho un
sightly poles longer than Is absolutely
necessary, Tho poles nre n menace to
good flro protection." Logan believed
Hint If tho Board failed to take up tho
telephono company's proposition It
will In tho end cost tho county fifteen
times ns much later on should they de
flic to construct' conduits for tho city
"I appeal as a matter of public spirit
to the members of this Hoard to sign
the contract as It stands. I am willing
to trust to tho opinion of tho County
Attorney and the Hoard should to
for tho agreement. I fall to seo any
nllw-B In tho measure and It Is up to
the majority of tho Hoard tostnnd up
for Its own action."
Kuno was non committal nnd played
for more time.
McClellan disagreed with a portion
of I-ogan'g remarks. McClellan did
not bcllovo In class legislation or the
grunting of special -privileges to cor
porations. Ilo uttered Berill ring
ing Democratic sentiments along the
Blimp line nnd backed up the stnnd
taken by tho Mayor. Ho wanted to
tee tho city nnd county get a show In
After Aylolt had again entered tho
arena and sparred for more time he
Inslsted.lhat all should possess a bet
ter understanding of the agteement.
"I will not hnvo this agreement ram
med down my throat," vehemently de
clared Ajlett. Ho then motioned thai
the final consideration and passage of
the agreement bo deferred until tho
County Attorney Mllvcrton ex
plained briefly the various clauses of
tho agreement which had stirred up
on Incipient tempest among the super
visors. Ho said that tho agreement
Included all that tho Hoard had held
under consideration at previous meet
ings of committees.
A vote on tho Aylett motion to de
fer action until tho next meeting
passed, I-ogan nnd Qulnn voting no.
CRAP MARKSMEN DRAW
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
We cordially invite you to attend
A qnailot of marksmen who Indulged
In a quiet crap tournament out Pa-
lama way yesterday gracei Judge An-
drndo at Pcllco court tnis morning.
Tl.n Atrl.lnnr.ft iir-nlnnl thft lllllictl WBR
miiinr pntirlniil vii nnd Urn maKlstrato I
assessed a flno of seven dollars and I
costB to three men or tno party vniie
tho femalo gamester was Instructed to
forsake crap shooting as a pastlmo for
tho next thirteen, months or suffer tho
Visit our store. You will be both
surprised and delighted at the
elegance and exclusiveness of the
That are now on exhibition
We have no duplicates. Every
article and dress length will be
unique in itself.
I Bulletin Bnsiness Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
HI0H-0LASS ' PAPEB-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SrEA' FOR THEMSELVES
ELITE BUILDING PU0NE 397.
there is joy unbounded.
The Georgia Coonglad-
s. ly takes chances on bird-
shot and dogs to land
one. If bottles of PRIMO BEER
grew on vines the melons would be safe
enough. PRIMO is positively the
finest thirst-quencher and tonic beverage
ever brewed; and its "always in season."
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