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EVENING nUM,ETlN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATUHDAV, JaV?. 1, 1010.
Have You Seen the VERTICAL LAWN EDGER
CAPITOL LAWN TRIMMER and EDGER . COMBINED?
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These cuts will show you what they look like. '-
The Vertical Edger will cut the over-hanging grass from the edges perfectly, as fast as a man can walk. The steel finger guard picks
up the clinging grass from walks, etc. The depth of cut can be regulated at nleasurc. With it the grass edges can be kept neat at small ex
pense and with an immense saving of labor. "
THE "CAPITOL" does what ro other machine ran do and what lawn mowers leave undone. It trims and edges your lawn with re
markablc speed and perfection; the shield over the blades protects the flowers. A trial will convince you, as it has thousands of others, that the
day of shears, clippers, etc., is past. This machine has four crucible sttel blades six inches in length, which are hardened and tempered in oil,
swivel bushings, double adjustment in feet, is strictly high grade. Universal verdict "fills a long-felt want." You cannot afford to be
Besides these special trimmers we have a full line of Lawn Mowers from the 12-inch hand mower up to the 30-inch horse mower.
Call and sec the new Edge" and Trimmers.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
A Central Union Church.
l)inoimi8 Sciidilvr, .Minister. Anion
A. i;iicrolc, Asslntnnt Minister.
Illlilc School ivt 9:B0 Mr. 1M.
irowte, Superintendent. lint Les
sons In tho New Course of Stnd.
J; Men's l.cnKiie Ullile Clnss at 9:f,
".losun Attack Upon tlio lUblih. '
Heiul Mark 12:1.'-I0.
VMnrnlHK Worship nt 11 "IIIkIi
ajs," a Now Yoar'H MeiwaKe from
the Minister Full Chorus Choir.
Christian Kmteavor at C:30 Tto
portH of Itctlrlng Omrem anil Coin
niltteo Chairman and tho Installation
of new Odlccrs. Topic: "With Ood
Through tho Year."
I i:cnliiR HeiWco nt 7:30 "What
lh Your I.lfo?" A New Year's Study
,l tho Akslslant MlnUtor.
I A cordial uHor.ii tu all to attend
uiij or all of these, scrviics. '
"Conic thou with us and wo will
do theo Kiiod."
Tim First Methodist episcopal
church, corner llcrotanla acnuo and
Miller street. John T. Jones, pastor.
StiiKl i) Keliool, in a. m. Mr.
Hlchnrd II. Trent, Superintendent.
I Morning Worship, 11 o'clock.
Sermon l tho pastor; suhject, ll
trospect and Prospeit." Bpcclal inu
tile appropriate for Now Yen's will
ho rendered I tho choir under tho
direction of Mr. Lee.
Hpnorth I.c'iruo, G:.10 in,
Suhjocl, "How to Concentrnto Mak
ing Kellgton u lluslncss." Mrs. J. T.
Jocns, leader. i
KnciiIhk Worshp, 7:30 p. ni. Ser
mon hy tho pastor; suhject, "Tho
IMI of Piutlallt." Mr. Leo will
A t-enlco will hu held under tho
niiBplres of tho Kpworth League nt
Fori Shatter at 2:S0 p m. Tho Hev.
J. W. Wudman, D.D., will deliver tho
nddicss. Hpeclal music. Tho public
ns well as tho bos of tho scrvlco
nro Invited. Official (loard meeting,
Mondij evening. I'rajcr nieolliiK.
Wednesday otcnlng; subject, "I,ovc
for dud's House."
All aro most cordially Invited to
(lernmn Lutheran church SoimtiK.
den 3ten Jniiunt, UM'i ulir. HountiiK
schiilo; 11 uhr, Neujahnt KcntRottcH
c'.leniit; 12 uhr, Itelchto'u Ahcndmahl;
o uhr, Jugcnuun. talttwncli, den lOteu
Janmir, 7Vi ubr, Uomcludevvrsamm
Runaway Hack Causes
Lot of Fun But No "
Joo Kobelto thought hu had made n
flno New Ycar'a strlko this morning
when ho stopped a runaway horse on
'Iho corner of Miller and lleiotanl.i
streets. It npiears that hack No. 113
ililun bj a Japanese namod Okumo,
got Into tioublo down on tho water
limit and tho horto taking frUht,
dashed up Alikcn street.
ThA shafts of tho hack broke and tlio
horso, getting fieo from the vchlclu
continued his caiecr until Joo iipiicaicd
en tlio scene. According to Joe's story
ho was a real Wro.
"Yah. I catch da horso by da thcoat:
son of n gun ho no stop. I sa whoa
son of a gun, what's da matter wld
1 3 on? Ho no slop, I pull tho wind out
or him and then tliu son of n gun ho
stop and look at ine. Tho Jap h'
'como there, Ten dollars OU glo mo
1 spoak. Tho .lap ho speak 'No unite'
I kiiii of a gun, why he no piy, I catena
da horso New Year Day, too much poo
plo stop. Mp married fourteen kids
ten dollar nlrlght."
Tho hack drltcr would not dig up
ten plunks, and the two men ad
journed to tho police stutlon. There
(ho whole performance was gone over
again and Joo remarked that If ten
huckB was too much ho would bo sat
isfied with five.
The hack driver finally compromised
with t('0 doll us and .Ion seemed cr
pleased. Dejond breaking tho shnftH
no further damago was douo and tho
horcu was uninjured.
AT THE HOTELS
Following-In o tho nnmes of guests
who regis jcred nt tho Yo'ung Hotol
this morning; W, II. Klnslca, II. L.
ilnslca and, It. L. Henderson of San
Francisco.' Four new; arrivals reg
sllercd nt (fio Ilojnl Hawaiian Ito
tol, ns "follows; W. S. Wltto of
Alca, Mr,, and Mrs. C. Carter and C.
Illchnrdson of Knlullul, Maul.
Th new Federal Penal Code, which
gooi Into effect throughout tlio United
States today Is largely tho worl. of
John C. Lott, who was hero about
threo ear ago with Commissioner
Sargena. He Is well known 'by Unit
ed States District Attorney llrcckons.
Kath Cn. "N
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l L IIRI'IHUHTH ;
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
MONDAY next, JAN., .3rd
You must not expect to have ycur clothes successfully dved unless
you employ scientific dyers. The F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS are
such. We are the agents.
FRENCH LAUNDRY; J. Abadic, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. Telephone 1491.
All the work in this laundry is done by hand, and the greatest care
is exercised in all stages of the work.Prices low.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Prop.
258 Beretania Street. Telephone 1491
Weekly Bulletin. $1 Year
January Sale Beginning Monday, January 3rd, 1910
Best Assortment of WASH MATERIALS ever
shown in Quality, Variety and all the Latest Shades
at Per yd. 35c
Satin Stripe Poplin ' Fanoy Repp Pongee Mercerized Pongee Regular PflCC 45
PINK. T.IOHT BT.irR nnPF.MHAfjr.W nHAMPAfJWT MAW mrrr rnniTT ew tv tt. ..... . . 3
nrivV fro? tit ap nrn 7k- Z ' ulJU av" AVla i-AVJSHlJliR, U0- TAN. PINK. LIGHT BLUE, CREAM, PONGEE, NILE, MSD. BLUE.
OLIVE GREEN. LILAC. OLD APRICOT. PENHAGEN. LAVENDER, COPENHAGEN, NAVY. GREEN.
THESE GOODS ARE ALE NEW AND WASHES SPLENDIDLY. PERMANENT LUSTRE AND ABSOLUTELY FAST COLORS. '
34 INCH STRIPE INDIA HEAD 34 TNnu pt.atn tndta uttATv
all Colors, regulor price 25c, at 17 l-2c.
38 inches wide . ' "
IttRular'rricc 12'2o and 20c; now at .' 15c and lOo
Misses and Children Coats ' -
all Colors, regular price 25c, at 17 l-2c.
' In New Designs.
Per, Pair . 50c and np
. Ladies' Raglans
Pongee and Satin
Reduced from $12.50, $13.50, $16.50 to $10.00, $11.00, $1150
Ter yard .... - lflc lo 7j0
j. Ladies' Skirts
No Two Skirts Alike
1 Up-to-Date Styles
Reduced Prices ,. ; From $3.50 to $21.50
A NEW LINE OF COAT SWEETERS
FOR LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN; SINGLE AND DOUBLE BREASTED $1.00, $2 50. $3.50
- SILK PETTICOATS
Made of the Won't.Crack Taffeta, in Navy. Black, 'White, Pink,
' Blue, Brown, 'Grey, at each , ,...$4.00 and $5.00
ladies' tailpr.made suits
Handsomely finished: lined with Satin: Plain and Braid Trimming,
Reduced from $15,00. $20.00. S22 50. 123.00. S30.00 S35.00 tc
$11.25, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00, $22.50, $26.50 ,
Infants Silk Caps
Nicely embroidered Lace Trim'
mines. Regular prices from 50o to
Now 25o to $1.00
Cravenette and Rubberized -
Reduced from $8.50, $8.00, $8.50, ,t 10.00 to '.
$5,00, $6.00, $7.00. $7.50 and $8 00
LADIES' KIMONOS AND SACQUES
IN FLANNELETTES AND CREPE EFFECTS; TRIMMED WITH RIBBONS AND SATIN BANDS.
PRICES from , r 75o to $5 00
NEW HEATHERBLOOM SUITS
Tucked with Deep Flounce, in Black, Navy, Brown, etc. . .
Nicely Embroidered Lace Trim-mlngs. Regular pricesrfrora 50o-to
$1.50, Now 25o to fcf.OO
1rr TOT TTVT TTM-TVnrriTlTTTi A t-i . f
SKIRTS, 'ffiTOKmDdraffl- PBINCESS SLIPSl C0MBINATION CHEMISES,
Infants 'Wash Caps
Fancy Plain and Tucked: trimmed
with Fine Lace Edging and Ribbons.
Regular prices from 50c to $1.50.
Now 25c to $1.00
A COMPLETE LINE OF
LACES IN ALL GRADES AND QUALITIES, REDUCED, TO 250 PER D0Z. AND UPWARD TO 750 YARD,
NEW SHIRT WAISTS -
. Silk Waists Black, Blue, White, Pink, Green,' Tuscan.
Net Waists White, Cream, Ecru, Black.
Fine Lawn Waists.
Linen Waists, etc.
ALSO A VERY COMPLETE LINE. OF
.BANGING IN WIDTHS FROM ONE-HALF INCH TO A HALF FLOUNCE. ALL REDUCED. PRICES
RANGINO FROM 50 PER YARD TO , OOo
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
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