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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLTJUJ, T. II., MONDAY, FED. 14, 1010.
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MONDAY L111 FEBRUARY 14, 1010
Sha)) tho women vote? 'Well, complication until when tho people
that!s a full-slicd question by Itself. 'como to tho voting n mess by no
- means beautiful, but most certainly
The quarrel is a very -pretty quar- 'picturesque, will bo presented. ,
rel ij it stands; we should only s-oil I Stick to your text, Indies and gen
it by trying to explain it. ShcridanMtlo""ien.
J Let us sottle prohibition first, and
It begins to look its It Honolulu then turn to tho equally vexed qucs
would get nil tho tourists It can tlon woman's suffrage,
conveniently hold during the height i OMf ou must have the universal
of tho season. Isurfrngo problem settled before nny
-- rr- 'other, appeal to Congrc'ss for a
Judge IlobertBon starts out In plcbcscliu on woman's suffrage and
what, might well bo termed an era of aftor that is held -wo can alt Join In
good Will, and ho will keep It going and glWour undivided attention to
on an even keel if anyono can. (deciding how tempcrnnco may best
if 'r Jbo promoted.
Lot's not try to decide too many Experience In politics has led tho
questions nt tho same time. Some best thinking men of tho country to
peopjo rorgei mannoi everyono can
agree with them on bach and every
Wlion ono of the ardent advocates
kof prohibition admits having raised
tho .race lssuo on a' public question,
and Ib proud of It, tlicru can be no
doubt of tho dogreo of falrmlndod-
ness .possessed by that ndrocate.
''In view of tho character of
our electorate and of tho char
acter and methods of tho liquor
, dealers who control tho policy
of, the fraternity hero, I do not
fof, a moment .believe- that a
prohibition Legislature .could bo
elected." L. A. Thurston,
Hero you ha'vo tho .usual slan at
Hawaii's electorate from tho usual
source. t .
STICK TO THE TEXT?
, i'PlbHIBlTION v
When Mr. Woolley, cabled that ho
had acquiesced In' tho demand of
Delegate Kuhio"thnt,tho question of
prohibition, .shotild bo. submitted. to
tho citizens of tho Territory, nnd
when V. It. Ctistle oHlio Anti-Saloon
(League and tho Cjvlc Federation de
clared that the plebcsclte 'was .Just
what was wanted,- everybody seemed
sausiica ana it was assumed
for onco It would bo nosstblo to havo
n straight question put In straight, cosratulatcd the various women's
terms to tho citizens of Hawalf for organizations of this city for hn'vlng
a final decision, como forward to lend their aid and
Hardly aro he wires cool from!5rrana,nJr ln asking Congress" to al
tho transmission' of the government-jlow 'hem to voto on this vital ques-by-popular-volco
cables than the nd-i1'011 i,
vocatcs of prohibition by Federal
enactment throw a, now feature IhtojUoard of Missions' this morning, In
the -field' and proceed to befog anil tho parlors of the' Central Union
compjlcatp tho'i Issue.' ? church, it wns .unqnlioously agreed
Tlie petition that women bo nl- that Congress be petitioned to allow
lowel to vote on tho prohibition
question comes; from tho advocates. for prohibition. Tho chair was oc
of prohibition III; originates wltulcuplcd by Mrs. D. Scutldcr. , The mo
thcni.nnd receives their heartv sun-
' liortrt. ' '
TaTo result Is 'that Instead of one
tho .liquor question, wo now havo
two problems to fuce, narooly, prohl-
milieu anu womuns sunrago.
Just why tho women .of this Tcr-
, rltory should bo given tho prlvllegojCongress to qllow, .womerl.to vote for
ito Vfto on prphlhldori and on no prohibition was unapljriously car-
, other J public quostlon has not yet tried. The chair was occupied by
developed, although- It Is to bo pre- Mrs. W. C. Hobdy. Thoro wcro
Burned tho advocates of a limited fifty-two present. Including proxlea,
woman's suffrngo will havo some- Mrs. Forbes moved' that "we unite
thing' to offer; and If nnyono pre-
uum 83 to disagree with them, tho
protectant will. Immediately be
dublJed, by tho fanatics, a limb of
tho d,bvll and an agent of the ''whls
ltj( a great, mtstako to bring ,tlio
woman's surfragu quostlon to tho
forojnt this time, If .tho prohibition
ndvocatea aro honest In tholr state
mou'that they nrfa ready for and
seek j a vote on an undivided lssuo.
; '5 h i Inclttoutally, It seems to represent a
v.)".. . weakness an mo pari oi mo iiiuu
: :' u-lml!c,...nl. In .,..r..n..llcl. rnhlll.
tloajby Federal enactment.
'' Tho citizens of Hawaii have tho
'JBam 'right to ask that . tlioy shall,
first Jjecldo whethor our women shall
bo nlfded to tho persons whoso vot.es
are counted In any balloting, that
thoyilhavo ' to dpmand In no uncor-
'.tnlnUonos that Congress shall not
pass fjaws nffcctlng administration of
', bur flomestlc affairs In connection
wltlijt ho, liquor traffic.
Woman's Butfrngo put forward now
brlnjji up an ontlrely new topic for
consideration, Some prohibitionists
Jnayfiiot bollovo lu womaii's suflrngo.
j There, aro all phases of' diffbrjpg
opinions on this ,nubJec,nB well as
on (prohibition, nnd by their latest,
i movdttho prohibition forces have do-
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.'
t-rrSuMoutna.,. ., , (j .no
Ttr Ytr, iijrwheiclnU.S 1. 00
Pi Yer, aijmrher n CuuiU.. I. Bo
Ptr Yrr ixt!d,toilfa 3,00
Nmd ( tto TaMoBM l MoaoMi
u uuallui mttttr.
tho conclusion that tho pcoplo pel-
dom go wrong' when a definite ques
tion is presented to them singly, not
complicated by any side Issues. It
Is tho' enemies of good government
who befog and mislead.
That Ig why tho referendum has
gained In prestige.
It Is best, therefore, that tho cit
izens, of, this) Territory and Congress,
ac.thg Ins our, behalf, should t, boar
una in minu ana.oo.governed accord
Put the question Btrnlght to tho
people, and don't start practically
amending tho Organic Act at tho
yory outset, when trying to reach
the deliberate conclusion of' the' peo
t.j on prohibition.
VOTE THE LADIES
(Continued from Pace .3)
Hall, Mrs. W.- Alexander, Miss vO.'
Cooke, Mrs. H. Lawrence, Mrs. D. C.
joncs, airs. j. p. Cooke, Mrs. Me.
Kcnzle, Miss Johnson, Mrs. Ebcrsolc,
Mrs. Moses, Miss Shccloy, Mrs. Wolf,
Miss Park, Miss Muther, Mrs.
Thrum, Mrs, Larnen.
Upon itho question, being nut that
tho women of Hawaii bo permitted to
vote for prohibition, It was unani
mously carried. Thcro wero "thirty
members present.- , Mrs. Whitney
sont a lotter statins 'that sho,was
ln sympathy with the movement and
At tho meeting of tho Women's'
tho women of tho Territory to vote
tlon to netltion Coneress onUhls ls-
fsun was. tint li Mni. f). Tr .'ilii'llrV.
jThero 'wore thirty-lira members
Tho .Women's Society of tho .Con
tral Unlbn church held a very brlof
inicoiing una morning at lUiuU
o'clock, when tho motion to petition
with all tho other women's organ!
zatlons to petition Congress' to allow
us to voto for prohibition."
Tho Women's Socloty of tho Cen
tral Union church has a membership
of 23S. Mrs. W. C. Hobdy Is tho
president; Mrs. W. W. Thayer, Bee-
rotary; Mrs. Aloxander, trcasuror,
and Mrs. M, Mclntyre, vice-president.
The Freo Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Aid Association held a meet
ing on the lannl'df tlio ltoyal' Ha
waiian Hotel this morning at 1
o'clock for thepurposo of petition
ing Congress to nllow women of' the
Torrltory .to vote for prohibition.
Mrs. Li, L. McCahdlcss occupied tho
chair, Mrs, W. W. Hall, seconded
by Mrs. towrey, rnado tho motion
that Congress bo petitioned with a
view to, granting tho wompn of, Ha
waii tho prlvllcgo to voto for prohi
bition. Amongst thoso present wero
Mrs. Swanzy, Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse,
Mrs. J, Wnterhouso, MrB. W. O.
Smith, Miss Park, Mrs. P. C. Jones,
MIsiT F. . Lawrence, Mrs. O, dultclc,
Mrs. F"J. 'Lowroy, Mrs. Coan, MIbs
Muther.j There wpro maiiy proxies.
Tho Dauchturn of Hawaii mot lu
the parlors of iho ltoyal Hawaiian
Hotel and wero unanimous In their
opinion Unit Congress be petitioned
right to vote for prohibition. In
the absence, of Mrs. U. F. Dilling
ham, tho regent, tho chair was oc
cupied by Mrs, F. Macfarlane, sec
ond vlcc-rcgent. This Is tho first
tlmo that tho chair has over been
occupied by a second vice-regent u
the history of the "society. Mr.-.
llolloway, tho first vice-regent, al
though present, enmo too lata to
open the meeting. Amongst, those
present were Mrs. Pratt, -Mrs. 1. C.
Jones, Hh, Swnhzy, Miss Arm
strong, Mrs. .Weavor, 'Mrs. O. Oil
lick. Miss aullek, Mrs. Coan, MM.
Alcxnnder, Mrs:, llolloway. Thcro
wcro two charter members present,
viz., Mrs, Weaver nnd Mrs. P. C. I
Jones: Mrs. 11. F. Dillingham, the
regent, 1 spending a few days on
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Outrigger Club met on tho lannl of
tho ltoyal Hawaiian Hotel to pass
a resolution that the members of thin J
club Join with other womon's organ- j
Izntlons of tho city In petitioning
Congress to allow the women of the
Territory to voto for prohibition. Tho
chair wns occupied by Mrs. F. M.
Swnnzy. Mrs. L. L. McCnndless
mndo tho motion, which was unani
Thcro were several rows and assault
cases on Saturday night In which sol
diers wcro mixed up. Ono affray,
ttllllll IUUIV luutu 11VUI nunill ......J
i.i.,....i .,i ,ii,. ii imvn
ended In a serious manner. A 'soldier home on Alexander, street, near
named P. Sullivan nBsnultcd a small Dole. The house is completely fur
Portiigucso boy with a whiskey bottlo nished and, in , fine .condition. Large
nnu innicicii a nasiy uruiBu.
umccrs iuuriKii nu jumiu ni-m.
Infoimeil of the tronblo and they. on I
arrival, saw a big crowd surrounding
nnd ho was taken to tho pollco sta'
tlon. Tills morning ho appeared ln
court nnd was lined $20 for tho'ns-''
sauit. . , ' .
Then at about 10:30 o clock on tho
same evening, n more serious affair
took placo near the Royal Thcator,
Hotel street., Two soldiers. .named
until., uun a nt..u w..u.., .....t) ...
Cmlll. n.l ItanAn Hnnflnnn ..'net n n.
reaieu lur iiuiiuiuii u iiuwuiiuti ,uu
named Williams. It appears that tho
soldiers, who' aro alleged not to havo
been drunk, started to beat tho lad
un without nny nrovocatlon. Anotncr
boy ran to the pollco station-and ln -
formed the officer on dl'ty of tho. mat
tcri , ,
Officers Nobrlga nnd Kahu .again
went out to look Into tho. affntr,
?n their approach to tho 'spot, where Kiartitirrrt ithn- aii.nrii
f.6 asstiult ook placo, they hoard tl.fXV'"! 'Jl alJS v
crash of a bottle' as It 'wis "flashed t6"f"dlne n- fi",?,r.hfc";
nu .i.iu.. .11,1 .i-t i. .,ii!
aw":"ViuJ""""w 'v""Vi"S "Vn.rV3 .i;VAV.oi5r.T,'frr.7i".
UIUCITV, UIIU UICJ W.MIM.T, UUnU.
tn tho alntlnn AVIInptinpa Rwnrn llmr
Conndnn struck tlm smaHbovbn tho"l.nn ., i i (nij,i.o. u.,i n.i i..,.
t.nnJ .. a l.nttlA nn.l Vin . A' I nA ' Ifll !'
m. iu '. -u v . ... ....
, Vh gS' .k H'W m'?ht ""'
lly, havo killed tho .boy.
Judge Andrado found tho accused
men irnlltv nn.l ns Smith had not boon
as bad as the other defendant ho was
only fined S10 nnd costs. But tho,
Judgo 'was vory Bevcro on Conflono,
who richly deserved tho Bcntonco In
tho opinion M all tho pollco officials.
A Ann nf ma n.mnirt.Hi In ihn'rnsn
of condone, and Judgo' Andrado told
him to spread tho nows around his
regiment, mat it any more nuairs oi. (""' "" ""-" "
tho Bort happened In tho futuro tho'' HnJ th'H did not mean, that, the
sentenco would bo moro tavero. "l,'co; HighSchool won. It w.as n tlo rn9e,
pio wjiu piriiiu uiuurs uvuii
ous weapon llko a bottle, I
bo careful. Maybo Bomo of
be shot by -the persons assa
It turn tlil nnt moltntt ttm1i If (KtV
wtVe." ' " '
. . ,
Wlion papa wants. 10 got ap exira
half-hour's Bleop in the morning
some of the children aro sure to give
a voluntary Imitation of an alarm'
Real Estate Tor Sale
i Half -acre lot well planted in trees,
with two-bedroom hoiise; stable, ser
vants'. quarters,, etc. All in Rood con
dition.' On the car line. Price $4750.
-; . '
Story and a hklf house, modern in
' every, particular; suitable for small
family a 'bai-Rain either as a home
tor for an investment.- Price $3250.
' Acreage property in Palolo Yalleyi
Manoa Valley and Kaimuki.
' Five-bedroom house on Thurston
avenue. Price $60.
i ' i'
- . . . Fo'rtnd'Jlerchant' Streets nSSCl: - .
Vancouver Highway. .. .$040. Lanlhull Drift ..!,.. 9C0.
Vancouver Highway.. . 800 Llloa Rika ..,., 1000
Hyde Bt 800' Oahu Ave ,..;."1040
Uahu Aye. . ;'.'.'..... 80 Katnehaniehn Ave. .... 1200
, f-' -Manoa
Rd 960 Beckwlth flt. , 1200
Bishop Trust Company,
Houses for Rent
Six-room moc;rn and up-to-date
yara.t trees. 8J1Q nOWCrs,
. llENT, 70PER MONTH
ITina.iiAAnt 4.irtn IiaJiiaahi An4tnA
Frerloan Place. Jlouse.is connected.
wtn pas,j .electricity and modem
plumbing. This is a good location,
' RENT, $24 PER MONTH
Bishop Trust Company,
' ' - t trrPTtl
i - .
kTh'6ro w'as'a very txdltlng race be -
. . .. ., ',. .." ... .
iween; me jnnnefs oinie. nm
School. nnd,aais' bn Saturday nft -
crnoon, over: course, olfcthrco mires. 1
ia .,. . ifc.-,i..i -...tii- --.
i . - V VT.
ThPi iinvn, .flffuelfuv. offt In 4LMhiiflinh..
- uu ,..v,.. -WIV, .,.,Mvl. ,(y. v.. ,.,,..,
renrliAl-, n no.. f lhA.I1lffTi Rhnnl
.' .. - . .. '. . C' ..
cioseiy. louoweu .uy uiniingworin.f
No changes In positions were made
,.,.. .,, . ,,.,
"'5! ""'"j o.., , .
then Qora-and Benjamin caught up
to Itloo and took tho leodf
..When, tho. last blocJu was i cached,
bolH of Iho Kam 0o's'sectnedii to,
weaken, nnd Bill lllebleamo up nna
tdok tho ioadi HenJamlh stayed
. . " "- .;-'-" " -'..'-
w nlm'' a n.iobui was inacn
Wli fld no ml w nii;o camo
.VV'' -""! (j0ra W-l' Jru: L,nl
iingwonn iii.J. im;, uarucni tn.;.
sumu.iillj'.in.i a .J.'UU9
,',,.. ",u ncu,lcr. 'aV w9n- eac nnving of Hawnll to voto for prohibition, tt
had better ofchteon nolnts ni'nrniit'-nieni'. Tho ...-. .,i.,i.. .,... .,. ',.:. , m
fliitm will "lia uctiucu iiiul iiiu vmu uv iiuun-
'ultcd ni'l runllcr8 camo '" ln the followll"5 ,e.j ;td expend a furthereum of r0,
.uruvr; uico u.J, ibi; iiuiijuiuiii in ,i,iiiion (n ti,o S100 t lev have
uwi; Amos wv.j, ma: i.ewis liv.;,.cui, rooms at Walklkl.
7th; Brown (II.), 8th.
Bulletin Business Qfflce Phone 258.
n..lltjr. WlfoHsl flwwn Phnnn.lM.
l - i
Commnnioate with Friends at Sea
BY WIRELESS '
Offloe open', Sundays from J$ to 10
SALT LAKE ANTLERS
DUE ON FRIDAY
Friday will certainly not vbo on
llnlttekv, ilnv fnr twpnlv.twn niihor
ed travelers hailing" from ths cnp(-
tnl of Mormondom, ln tho 5..ito of
,A 'cable .'received by the Ideal ..,
of Elks nnnounccs tho departure of
twenty-two Salt Lake Elks by (lie
steamer Alameda. Walter Doylonnd
Borne of tho 'other llvo wires In. tho
carnival" movement aro attempting
to conceal tho plans for tho utter an
nihilation of tho pilgrims from
"Beautiful Dcscret, tho Land of tho
Honey-lleo." Tho visiting Elks are
to' bp treated to tho surprise of their
lives ami "lc Honolulu visit Is In
tended to be oilo that will co rnt-
Jtllng' down tho corridors of time,-
reatlng an Impression llkeno unto
; ,.., ' . , ,., ...J- ..
i wi"is nyuuv jmio u
alvrm',u"B. l 'uok pieasani.
A comumiee or local v. nuom wn.
11 wcet tho dolcgatl6n etomowllcre
ueuveen-ban fTanciscu nun nonoiu-
ltl An atlmnnt iwna mndr trVfanrMtrA
n ' .t.. ..- ... v?.m
tho Manchuria for this purposq ,to
,;, !,, .f-.1J' ,..,n. ,,.
. (I -"T t- f-"""-i' .,-'w . ,-
parcntly had Just cause to .fear for
itlia.nft ,1 f PrnPlC 1 1 (1 Of tltlll fie-
no crack ,ln,er nnd de
Into such a charter.
,.. ri ftAfl ,,ftn
fTUI.r!T ! 000 11111
(ULlTlL.ll I I LUUH I Ull
Aiicr uic special mecung oi ino
(Woman's Auxiliary of the Outrigger
gluu on tho nnal of tIl0 Uornl na;
'wnuan Jioiei uns morning, ai wnicn
mooting jt wns. tinnnlmously decided
to'polltlon congress to allow women
been authorized to expend, In put-
ting down a cement floor' for their
Tho phalr wns occupied by Mr?.'
F. M. Swnnzy. Tho m'otlop Wn's'liut
by Mrs. Simpson ami 'seconded ' by
Mrs. Hollown(. that the sum of"$150
iho spent Tn putting down a ccmont
(floor for their clubhouse nt Walklkl.
Mrs. Swanzy was appointed chair
man of n commlttco to look after
this wofk. .The question was ask
ed' whether tho club had eiifllcteut
funds on hand to meet this hddt
jtlonal expondliurp, Mrs. i L., 'M.c-
Candlesa stntcd that tho club had
Jnniplo' funds nt their disposal nnd
jlhiif thoro would Btlll bo" a good ba
'nrirn toff nvfir nfter this S1H0 had
This Is a marv'olous winter In
moro. ways than, onu. For examplo.
North Dakota was thQUghtful
enough to Ma' In a Bupply of coal
before th'o snow camo, .
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Only a few pairs. See sample ln our windows.
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(Your Credit Is Good) ffi$W
WOODWARD Tho wedding of Miss Lorlno Esther
Cunningham, formerly n resident of
this, city, nnd Mr, J. Jt Woodward, was
solemnized nt Golrtflold, (New, on tho
11th of Inst month. Justice Barnes
performed tho wedding ceremony. Fol
lowing Is an accounC. of this fashion
Tho brldo wns gowned In white mes
sallno cut on princess lines nnd en
trnlnc. Her veil of white, tullo was
caught In place by natural, orango
blossoms nnd her bouquet wns whlto
roses and orange flowers. She wore
a handsome necklace of rarp topaz,
tho gift of her aunt. Mrs. Lang of San
Francisco. Miss .Corlno Skorfes wnB.
bridesmaid nnd she wns dressed ln
whlto molro, prlncosfe and carried a
bouquet of pink c,hrysanthomums.
Mrs.'T. N. Proctor wns matfun of hon
or nnd was attired lif wnlto taffeta,
lnco trimmed nnd ciiKnlong princess
lines. Sho wore, a pleturo hat of green
nnd had n bourmel of pink carnations..
Tho groom wris attended !)' Mr, Ertii
ost Skowcs. Mr. W. M, Cunningham,
father of tho bride, gavq tho daughter
away. Tho brldu's traveling gpwri was
of M'lstnrla broadcloth with chapoaux
of black mnlrd, elder and whlto aig
rettes'. Tho couple left on tho after
non train for a. Iipncvnicun In Los
Angeles. Tlioy" will ,bo nt . llnnio to
their friends at tho Gni'lflcld 1 Intel
aftor January 3d. Marty allraetlte
nnd valuable ..rireserits,- .were received
by thu nofy iWc'ddd pu.lr. Tbo arniy1
Included tnit' class.' china'!' -Silver arid'
HdonJ After a well nllu!nicd lunch
tpucna or rico ami oiil ennes on ma
aopartlns coiip!c,.J'110InviUtIon list
included tlid""foiiowm's:"7.!r, ami
Mrs. Armr,tinte, Mr. nnu ,ilrs.;Ity:
I'roetor. mi-iiai jim.ui urecn, jur.
nrid , Mrs. J. UcW'lttv M.r.. add 'Mrs". J.
Thomas, Mr. anii Jlrs,- W.' A. Ingnlls,
Mr. nnd Mrs.,.Q. NQ.wman, Mri and
Mrs: J. Hoathallc. Jlr. and Mrs. p.
Bntes. MfhudrMrr.. Elliott,.. Mr. and
Mrs.,0. Brole-;' 5li'. and. Mrs. flnsey,,
'Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Martin, Mr. and
Mrs, Madden, Mr. nnd Mrs. Skowes.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Keen. Mr. nnd Mrs,
J. May, Mr. ami-Mrs, Strah.Is.'M?, and
Mrs.Coltle, i.Mrl and Mrs.) W. Homkey,
Jlr. nnd Mrs. W. Beawlck, MrJ and
Mrs. Dall, Mr. and Mrs. MacMlchncl
Mr, nnd Mrs, Sinclair, Mr. and Mrs.
Itobc'rtson, Mr."and Mrs. l. B. lien
oar, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurley; Mr. nnd
.Mrs. J. P. Donnelley, Mr, nnd Mrs.
Keen, Mrs. Margaret Pooicy, Mrs, F.
A, Clark, Mrs. C Wcegar, Mrs. Adams,
Mrs. Sax, Miss Ella DoWiU. Mlas Do
Wltt. Miss Armstrong, Miss Allecn
Madden, Miss Lena Madden, Miss
Ruth Fitzgerald.' .
HEAVY FINE. .
Ynmnsnkl, tho Japanese woman
who was running n high-toned blind
pig nt Wnlpahu, and about whom.
me plantation ponce uiu not appear
to know anything, wns found guilty
ln the pollco cour,t this morning and
H fine of $1 Op nnd costs wcro Ira
posed. It was a oloar .case, and there was
no possibility of a successful ' do
fenso. Inspector Fcnnoll, .personal
ly, bought beer from the woman, and"
then, on searching tho .house, found
ull sorts of liquors, fyhlskoy, wlno,
beer, champagne .nnd liquors wero
discovered, nnd It Would nppenr that
tho plantation laborers 'uro accus
tomed to imbibing boiuo' fine flopa ln
the boozo lino.
Bulletin Business OfQceVPhone 250,,
"n'llptin Kdltonsl Koom Vhouo 18A,
The REPAIRING of;:FINE
JEWELRY, should not be left
to inexperienced and incom
petent hands. When your
diamond rinj; refl vires-repair-ing,
you neect'tM serrioes of
an expert. A
We, arc eapert jewelry re
pairers of many 'years' expe.
rience. Your, work is safe in
our hands. '
H. f . Wichman
' ' LEADING JEWELERS
' FORT STREET
We have a lot of thse. heels that
we want to get rid of quickly.
t- 'sj t ' i V-
Regular Price ,.....,., .SOc.y .
Our Price now '.' wvifK
... ' Ij .
Meu's and Women's Sizes Enough
Said - :r.,- .
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
I05f Fort Street '
SHIPMENT, JUST OPEN-
READY FOR THE INSPEC- 1
TION OF ALL LOVERS OF THINGS
BEAUTIFUL. . v. "
near Hotel Street