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EVENING BULLETIN. HOKOLTJUT. T. H. TUESDAY, NOV. 1C, 1009
A Legitimate Sale
Wc are disposing of many styles of LADIES' and
CHILDREN'S SHOES t prices that are bound to make
To make room foi new sliocs, and to clean up broken
lots before December 31st, vie have decided to offer about
COO PAIRS of LADIES and CHILDEEN'S SHOES at BAR.
GAIN PRICES on Nov. 115.
Ladies' Beaded French Heel DancinR Slippers. . . .
Cut from $5 and $0 to $2.50
Ladies' Laced Boots, welt and turn sole
Cut from $4 to $2
LRdics' Kid Oxford Tics Cut from $3 to $1.50
Ladies' Chrome Kid Diess Tics Cut from $0 to $3.50
Children's Shoes, r11 the way from". 50c to $1.50
And many other lines.
This is a leally Kcod opportunity. Some fine SHOES
at ridiculous prices. Our sale is intended to dispose of
broken lots, so that wc are bound to make a sacrifice, and
this is consequently your opportunity.
M. Mclnerny Shoe Store
Fort Street, near King.
CUT-PRICE HOUSEHOLD STORE
SPECIAL SALE ONE-FOURTH OFF
25 percent DISCOUNT 25 percent
bress Suit Cases
Agate Ware Glass Ware
HIGHEST IN QUALITY LOWEST IN COST
3 lb $4.00
5 lb 4.50
6 lb 4.50
7i2 lb 5.00
0 lb 6.00
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
HE SHOULD KNOW.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. LTD.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
'. 'flfSSSF. T3HBSf9U fl
25 per cent DISCOUNT 25 per cent
LEWIS &C0., LTD.,
1C9 King St. Tchohone 240.
Alfred D. Cooper
Cable and Wlrelete Address
Western Union and Lleber'i
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
LOANS MADE ON LISTED
Member Honolulu Stock
307 Judd Building
Te'ephone 483. P. O. Box 607.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
I The Bulletin's Big Niche
scratch Pad Is the blggeet five cents1
worth of paper ever offered In Hono
' lulu. Six of them for .1 quarter.
Stock and Bond Broker,
83 MERCHANT ST.
PHONE 612. P. 0. BOX528.
Auto Tall) lin, picnics,
.Millinery, now nnd reasonable.
C. U Illckorson, Sachs lllork
I'lno coppotplatu e.igraUns ami
printing nt Heakbane's, 1'uit street
Automobiles hack tales. Kuiptrc
ktnnd. I'liono 213. Hethel and Hold
i Superintendent lliilililtt of Hie Huuid
of Education his appoint -d Mm
IMancho llrnwnlng to position nt lliu
Itoynl School hi place of the late Miss
llilckwooil. Tlio appointment "f Mia.
i:. Ilenrlaucz t" the place nonli?il by
Mlt-s Dean nt Centiiil (Irnmiuai school
! Ik reported.
Honolulu Stock Exchange!
Tuesday, NovointuT 1fi.
NAMF OF STOCK
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llt km ArK I
lliwl'om !! I'o
ItMvnlUii Sii(f Cn
Hmmptii Snittti Co
HuUJiIuhi Sugar1 Plvii
Kckalia Sun f,o- ....
Koln.t uirnr t'u ..
VtcHfidrSuKiil Cn ..
OaIiv hki C ....
Oimitir etijfai Cit
O kotaS'ikir Mam (n
OUtt SK 0 l,M -
)tntti (, j
lnllm Shf I'lMll .n
Pltlfiv ... Mill
PKlit Plantation Co n
f epckm Sugar Co. .
Uiia Agile Cn ...
Wfiluku i.KxrC .
.VAmiaiiH'ii sugar c.
Wtinerf Sueur Mil' (i
It Irt.WUitJ Mm til N it
HawfhHii Hirsute Co
ton k r A l O. I'rf
ilmi H rul.OiUtfl
Mutual Ttlcrhone IN
.Nat.tVu RtibWM nA-n
wuimi k i ii.
linn BRMCo .
HatVAlttt P' wttppl ( n
IhwTt-i it ell'iiii
IUTi"ilc .. '
tOw Tci i pc
llaw Ter H uc, ..
fir Tcr i tc
Mmw (Jov'l it r ....
C i. IIcvIuk KciCu !
.Uiku HRr I'oft ic
lain. Pitch Co ,
Ha. IfM fJl pc- i
Haw IrrliC'Co', U, .
Milo WKOi Con 6 pc
HoiuVaa Susti co. Cpc
lloi K r rVlCo4 c
Kutiala DitcT. Co. 6c
lt iitylt i.t .
)hu KA '-Co 6. 'to ..
r)hu Suxar Co jpc .
Ola i SiiKrCo6nc. .
I4c Sutc. Mill Co. 6f
1'ilrf PiatiUlUHiCo .. .
i'-om-ft MI1IC" 6pc ..
rf I O I
i V (,(
Sales llutw ecu llo.inln: 2
AS. To., $23'l; til Ilnw. C. &
$J5.2; 10 lluw. C, & S. Co.. $35.25; III
Oiilui Siir. Co., $32.3rt; 10 Oahu Siib.
Co., $32.50; 100 lluw. C. & H. Co.
$35.25; fcO Haw. C. & S. Co., $33.25;
101) r.wu, $.11; $1000 Hllo It. It. Ob,
1100.50. Kent Inn : 10 HutchliiBoii.
fl7.50; $00 O. 11. & I.. 5s, $102; 10
Wnliluii. $117 50; 5 Wulnlun. $117.30;
5 Wnlulil.i $117.50; 35 O.ilui Suk. Co.,
$32.75; 100 i:vu, $31.23.
WILL BE BUSY
The Telephone Question
May Come- Up
Tho tcli'uhone inicallim may iiRaln
1ii bronelit to the fiont mill center In
1 Hut course of the business to be con-
hlilereil liy the city unit roiiui) noaui
of Supervisor ut their rcKitKir meet
ing this evening.
A ieirt fiom lliu specl.il conimllteii
uppoltiteil fi-oni tbu inembershlii of the
hoard. IncliulltiK Superxlsors A) hit
Alili, Cut, Knno anil McClellim, with
Major Pern, nmylio forthconilni; This
has to ileal with the matter of the oM
(Ki'ecmcnt Hubtultteil by the Mutual
Telephone people anil the attempt to
hno the same amended In certain pat-
llculais ulieiu lis clauses pioieil eh
Jictlunalile to the linjorll) membei
hhlp of the hoard.
This committee, Wns appointed fid-
liiwIliK a coufeienco between the ie-
resentatlves fiuni the Coiumlttee of
Public AITalrs of the Merchants' Asso-
elation and the noanl of Supenlsoit.
The Meichnnts" Association was ile
ilrous of framliiR up n peace pact be
tween the Supervisors and the telii
phone luiiunRetucnt, and It was nt the
lult of Messis. Smith and Trent that
the commlttt.e was appointed
The Super Ihors will take up and
pass upon n large number of hills to
he submitted through the chairmen of
the various committees
The milk ordinance which wan again
tiu ctiied at the last meeting liny be res
urrected but this move Is hardly likely
ns It Is understood (hat another meas
me more ugieealde to the majority
membership of thn county solons Is
now In piocess of being drafted.
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THIS IS THE
YOUNG MEN'S STORE
l?or this store alone sell, luierhcimciv
Stoin suits. There are no other Young
Men's clot-hes to compare with them.
These tailors make a half-million suits
yearly, with none hut Young Men's suits
Note how Hderheimer-Stein study
the Young Men's wants. Note the dis
tinctive patterns- all to please Young
Men. Note the drape and fulness, fit
another maker gets
Edcrhcimer, Stein & Co.
. We'll sell you an Kdcrhcimer-Stein
suit at th'c price of the commonplace.
You will think it worth twice as much.
King near Fort.
Latest sugar quotation 4.36 cents or
(87.20 per ton.
Sugar, 4.36 els
Beets 12s 6d
HENRV WATEKHOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock nd BonC
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
At a meeting at 1,000 representa
tive women In Carnegie hall. New
Yoilf, the woman's party was launch
ed, with Mis. Carile Chapman Cntt
us leader. A moderate platform,
frntued by Mrs. Claranco Mackay,
Pratt, the Land Man
Has the choicest selection of lands
in the Territory to offer to those
wise people who want to "get in on
the Rround floor" nnd invest before
prices rise oil alonu the line.
In a very short time, when you
meet a friend, and commence to dis
cuss land transactions (as you nat-1
urally will), you will be saying, "I
could have bought that place in '09
for less than half that price, but "
Don't be "asleep at the switch,"
but Ret n "move on" right now and
buy one (or more) of the following
1. Seaside pr6pcrties. frontages
to suit; the best investments in the
Hawaiian Islands today.
2. Residence properties on the
Makiki and Funahou foothills, the
"Nob Hills" of Honolulu. i
3. Some of the choicest proper
ties on the Makiki Plains; houses,
lots, locations and prices to suit your
taste and bank account.
4. Highest grade agricultural
land on Oahu, Maui and other is
lands; size, location, prices and
terms to suit. I
5. Several leaseholds covering
summer (and it's always summer in
Hawaii") homes and revenue pro
ducing small farms, in the valleys
0. Nuuamt Valley villa sites; and
7. Other properties too numerous
For detailed information, prices,
etc., apply to
The Hnlhiool;, Cahot & Ilolllns
loiporntlnn was the lowest hlddcr
for the new dry dock at the llrooU
lyn navy jaid. The bid was $1,
389,000, lr pci milled to use the ma
chinery of the fonuer contractor.
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG DLDU., 176-190 K INQ 8TnEET. PHONE 237.
W. P. ROTH,
STOCK AND B.0ND BROKER.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
848 Kahumanu Street.
Chas A. Stanton
LOANS & INVESTMENTS
Small 2 bed loom house In KulmuU
or WalMId Districts; furnished.
Address lllshop Trust Co., Ileal Ks
tntc Uupaitmcnt. -1408-11
Subscriptions for any magazines or
newspapers; club rates Riven; Han
Francisco daily papers I year by
mail for $8.00; six months $4.00.
Oahu Subscilptlou ARcney, I'. O.
llox 200 4408-11
Filipino lin), 19 )enr of age, who
speaks Hugllbh, wants work; wil
ling to do an) thing. Address II.,
"Pratt, the Land Man"
125 Merchant Street.
CALIFORNIA OIL DIVIDEND.
ROOMS 37 AND 38
ALEXANDER Y0UHQ BLDO.
Honolulu. T. H.
Combinations of )our choice In mag
azines; the pi lies are low; Mc
Cluie's nnd Cosmopolitan for
$2.00; Woild's Work, Delineator,
Hvci) body's and Snuiit Set, all
four for $!j.or. Oahu Subscription
Agency, I' O llox 200. IIC8-H
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
On Nutianu St., between Vlneyntd
ami Wyllo St., hunch of lettcis.
ltetuin to Ter Mess Servlco nnd
iecele lewuid, HtfS-lt
Iluv LISTED DIVIDEND PAYISft California ul
ltick .Many ol tltrw- llttei t,Hkt r-iy tin anj
tf rrr rrnl. monthly JlvUrnJ. Hy runhjtlni
IIMrJ tuxkt you ran Mil any aav you Uh Vtm
can invetl lalKe or ttnall um. W mMI via JIv tvll
nu artttit lncM, iiMvi tloiks or any utlwr ualllornla
oil M'Hka We are on the gruunj anj oprratinu In
all the California oil IkM.. Ue hanJIe onl) letlil
malM r'oP01'!'11"' anj lnite tlw mot tliorousti In
veiiicaiinn ivriie tojay lor llM ol Jlvutnj palni;
ttocka anj luobtlon. which e Mill kt-nJ lire o 1 .
charge tor three month. I
LINCOLN M0RTOAOE & LOAN CO.
ICGOity Street. San rrnciN, CjII
U AT FOOD
Owing to the fact that they ev'
piesscd their unwillingness to eat tho
meat whlih was veived them dining
the meal last Saturday iifleinonu, a'
number of the stu lents of K'inieliaiiie '
lin weie expelled from the school, and
an fi now with their families, making
all sorts of III stall incuts leganllug Hie
management of the school affaiis,
Aicoidlug to tluli upoilb the hoys
hnui not been fed with wholesome food
of late. One of them, after Iealng the
school, saw A. V. Caller, ntiu of tin.
tiustees of Hid tchool untl told lilm
the character of the meat that wa.
lerved last Saturday afternoon As a
lesult of this complaint, Caiter saw
PrcsliVut Untile of the t-eliool about
tho matter. 'Jlio u still of the Intel
view , of courEo, rould not he obtained
Mr. Home stale;! out the telephone
this morning that the nieut In question
had Mime ndor bill it was eatable lie
iiIhi said Hi it two of the bm- wcic
"pelled fiom tiltool as a result of this
18fi eoilorlal rooms U50 bull,
nets office, "These are the telephone
'umberi o. tie Bulletin office. 1
"HOLLY DESIGNS" .
Bulletin Publishing Co., Ltd.
An Oriental Gift
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as a t"ken of re
membrance. The showing of tc oods here were imported in view of
the demand for unique and valuable CHINESE O0ODS for
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uare invited to inspect the Roods
WING WO TA1 & CO.,
941 Nuuamt St.
EXQUISITE FLORAL SATIN RIBBONS for Fancy
Bocs. All widths in TAFFETA nnd SATIN RIBBONS,
BABY RIBBONS. Bc3t makes in all colors.
Bic shipment new ctfects in Lace and Nut Cuitnins,
G5c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 to $10.00 nair.
Our English Linens will be here next week. The
selections will be grand. Full details of their importation
will be announced later,
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