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EVENING BUtUETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SioNDAiT, fei 9, 19io.
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3 DAILY and WEEKLY Published byBULIETIN PUBLISHINO CO., LTD.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. :
jDally every day except Sunday, 'Weekly issued on' Tuesday of each week.
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Great effort from ci;at motives is
fthe best definition of a happy life.
Probably the Prohll ItlonlMs will
inow'dcclnro Hint the men on llnnn
llulu's Jury list don't nmoiint in
At three dollars a day, the lius
: .'elans will probabh find attendance
..fat court ns witnesses tho happiest
Mllfe they have ever ittruck.
Hut onq mnii of n Jury panel of
tynlneteen declare that he believes
!tn Prohibition. Then the Prohlbl
tlnnlstH try to make you believe that
(public opinion In strongly In snppoit
lot their came.
Politicians who Rtrlvc to placo
I.iupon their opponents responsibility
LJ, : , . . T
t-f for the death of n ruler said to have
been worried to death mint bo cred:
Ited with grasping nr? mighty small
straws? Oreat Issues of great na
tions Hliajft. llieriMdveu wltti llltle
regard fori Individuals, nnd tie bnU
tie of public life neltbor callj-for nor
gives quarter. In the cense of sacri-
ffflclng convictions to gratify any
Now that It seems well establish
ed that Congress will not turn the
transportation between Hawaii nnd
the mainland over to foreigners.
f. Isn't It tibout time to propose that
those who havo prospered so 'mar
velously should Invest, some of their
monoy for tho further development
i of Hawaii? . "Wouldn't n greater
spirit of loyalty to your own town
bo shown rby using surplus n.oney
Mo develop transportation Improve-
ment for Honolulu Instead it putting
jt Into the ventures that center In
"I wouldn't close the saloon," says
"Anti-Saloon Agent Wcolley. "Thorn
. 'can be had. cheap food nnd a rough.
and ready) hospitality for the home;
less or frlondlcsa- man. But I would
prohibit .drink -leave the soft.
P. '"drinks, perhaps, nnd tho tobacco, but
..do away with alcohol." t
Ev Assuming that bo sneaks from
P. conviction; why doesn t Agent Wool
t ' ley get his wealthy, sunnortcts to
rluack just (such a taloon-ns lw pro
J tnosesT" Why does ho leave the nrno-
F Itlcal application of his Bilnon tho
Ef orles to the Chinese rnffee sboii.
K: while he goes storming up an I down
tho country calling namec t.nd do-
ntroylng property? Is thcro nny
law that has checked him from es
tnbllshlngjn saloon for cheap food
nnd rough and ready Hospitality, and
soft drinks and tobacco? The troubl)
Itjiwlth Woolley and his kind Is that
if Hhey want to roform others with the
jwhlp of "Thou shnlt not," but thoy
Jrun like scared cats when It comes
to getting Into lino with tin icil
iBTllrlt of iho Denote, meetlnir tlieii!
on tho level of humnu brotherhood,
fc nnd lifting them up by a lit 1') per'-
psonal exhibition of tolerance, fait
jL'p'ny and respect for the conchiBlons
AGEffT WOOLLEY AGAIN
If Ageilt John O. Woollev knows
'.whether ho is going or coming on
tho subject of Prohibition, tho pub
lished statements, credited to him in
his own accepted organ give no In
dication of It.
i-' In one of his latest utterances Mr,
! Woolley says:
It Is not In our nlnd to censure
, the mart who drinks vjry much.
What la wanted Is not criticism.
',Yet Mr. Woolley, In n carefully-
prepared address delivered four days
i previously, closed with this sen-
Against us are only the guerrillas
"of evil hnd timidity, and best of
' all, God Is with us.
' ' Perhaps) Mr. Woolley's mind is so
carried nwuy with prejudiced con
celts that, ho doei not class as criti
cism his vicious I unchlng of all wild
do not bellevo v Ith him as "guer
rillas of ?vll nnd timidity."
'Again, iln his latest public re
marks Mr. Woolley, speaking of the
supply of liquor, said:
Of course, there will be plenty
ot people wno will be able to find
' satisfaction for their appetites,
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
fer Sli Montoi ..,,.... .Ho
Pet Veer, ri)rhie In VS. I.oo
Pet Veit. injrwhrtt n Cnjd., I. no
PerVeit IxntpilJ, foteiro. ...... a.oo
tntered M the rottoffic tt Hooolala
m secood-cUjj tnttter.
MAY 0, 1010
but It (Prohibition) will keep It
(liquor) away from the boys who
have not formed the habit.
"Of course," plenty ot people will
be nblo to get all tho liquor they
want; even Agent Woolley admits It.
"Of course," this means that lie
doesn't expect Prohibition to pro
hlblt. "Of rouriiC," Prohibition will
merely increaso tho Importations of
liquor from tho mainland.
And when "plenty of people" are
able to find satisfaction tor their
appetites, 'What a blithering farco to
declare that tho liquor will bo moro
easily kept .nwoy from tho boys. H
there Is anything that arouses a
boy's desire lo possess, It Is tho re
fusal of tho privilege
If Agent Woolley would follow
his own text nnd preach temperance
In all things, nnd practise temper
nnco In all things, ho and his al
leged cause would belike tinto.nman
"gblrig-ahout .doing good. Wo give
the' text he prenthed from: ,
"Where shall' wlcdonv be found i
standing? The fear of the Lord: I
That Is wisdom; and .to 'depart
fromevll Is understanding."
-Ills practise Is perhaps best ex
pressed -In hl own words when he
classified nil who do not agree with
Aos!nt us are ONLY the guer.
rlllas of evil and timidity.
,0NE OF 'OUR PLAIN .SOLDIER
If tho final recommendation of
the Senate committee was accepted;
the pension bill recently passed by
Congress carried with it a fitting rec
ognlton pf one of( the greatestihcrocs
brought out by the events of the
SpanlsJi-American war, and one
whpse2 courageous 'act called for
thrlcellhe jierr .required. by thomen
LwlTo SrcnfcrTnicriSantlago Hay with
.Jjolin, Iti: 'Kissinger is the man's
riumerilens alive toilay, but a hope
less physical wreck, paralyzed, help
less, supported by his faithful wife.
jvJiose.DciiirlnaJ nienns of livelihood
3ttHoiing ni -.wushing.
This Is the man who sacrificed his
health Inthe Interests of science.
Ho volunteered his life nnd body to
the physicians who were Investigat
ing the cause of tho spread of yel
low fever. Largely through this
man, tho means for conquering yel
low fever -was learned.
As a reward, John II. Kissinger
was recommended for a belated and
almost begrudged pension of J 125
When tho 'American army went
down Into Cuba for tho purpose of
driving the Spaniards out, yellow
fever soon decimated the ranks of
tho Invaders. It was snid that the
disease swept the men from" tho com
panies faster than the machine guns
of the enemy at Slboney and Santi
ago could do. The American sur
geons In the Island had an Idea that
yellow' fever 'was due to' the bite of
the mosquito. For the purpose of
proving their theory thoy called for
men who would bo willing to sub
mit to Inoculation with the virus of
tho deadly insect. .Kissinger offered
himself as a volunteer subject for ex
periment In an army hospital. Large
ly from his sacrifice, the Burgeons
proved that the mosquitoes spread
tho plague. Their experiments upon
him are believed to have been re
sponsible for his 'present helpless
There can be no doubt that a pen
sion Is duo this man, who was will
ing to aid humanity through the
offer of his life, If necessary. There
ore few pcoplo In the United Stntcs
who have heard of this humblo for
mer soldier. And yet, that which he
did has aided materially fn conquer
ing a dlseaso which once annually
claimed hundreds of victims. ,
The world has 'had numerous ex
amples of heroism during the past
decade. Hut It has heard nothing
moro impressive than tho act of John
Kissinger, a plain soldier from the
It seems strange that tho Federal
authorities should havo overlooked
the soldier's service. No matter how
large tho pension might be, It never
would compensate Kissinger for his
ibafi? .yaitj a??, an ?af in -.he
?f:h stity ;ati ttrii ;t;l;m r"
-rslsr. TfctM -vra? ah !iu? th
T.-hlch he ala&e hld a hoU".e agM
n regiment of the enemy, Tly n sub
terfuge, he had created tho Imprer
ston that quite n number of soldiers
were active In defending the place.
He met 'death In halite. Many
years thereafter, when Ills name was
called, n soldier would step forth for
the purpose of declaring thai thn
hero had died on the field when))
the eagles of France had swept for
ward (o victory.
Some time ago, n young soldier In
Cuba quietly bared his nrm for the'
purpose of submitting to the Inoeu-I
lntlon which might cause him In
mlCMimfi tn n larrlhln illaflnco. Al.
though he survived' the test, hq Is'
n physical wreck today. Hut for tho
devotion of his wife, he might now'
be starving. Kissinger's deed should
bo considered n priceless heritage tn
PROHIBITION AND LIQUOR
"A section of tho Anhcuser
Husch brewing plant has been
destroyed by fire and tho plant
will he shut down until tho
damage has been repaired. Ac
cording to the argument of tho
Hulletlu, tho shutdown of tho
brewery should increaso the
consumption of beer In St.
That is not "according to the ar
gument of the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 11, but
very likely tho partial destruction
of that brewery would result In what
the Hulletln said would follow.
If Prohibition were adopted in Ha-
wall, namely, nn Increaso In the lm-
portatlons of liquor.
Insofar ns Hawaii Is concerned,
tho larger liquor imports will un-
questionably result from tho dc -
structlon of the local brewery, tho
winery of Maul nnd tho winery of,
Hawaii by Prohibition, nnd there
will also follow an Increase in th
consumption of miserable alcoholic!
decoctions that always go Into Pro-1
moltlon territory under tho name of
"merchandise," "green paint" or
"fodder", for tho Fools' Paradise.
Prohibition does not lessen the do.
mand for alcoholic liquors any moro
than St. Louis' demand for beer was
decreased In consequence of tho par-
tial destruction of the Anhcuscr
Husch brewing plant b)' fire.
Prohibition in Hawnll will de
stroy revenue - producing property,
overthrow enterprises on which di
versified Industries nro depending for
existence, nnd build up the business
of liquor Importations from Snn
Increaso of liquor Importations Is
tho undeniable, record of every Stato
that has destroyed Its own in
dustries by upsetting Ilegulntlon
through tho adoption of Prohibition.
These Importations ,of liquor may
pass by nny name under which the
fnrclcni law may bo most easily
evaded, hut when tho cask or tho
'merchandise" barrel U opened, tho
contents are liquor Just the same.
(Continued from Pace !.
Among the through passengers Is
O. A. Steven, tho special representa
tive of tho Hawaiian Sugar Plant
ers' Assoclaton, .who is returning to
nis held of labor In the Philippines.
Mr. Steven 'mado n 'hurried trip to
tho Coast, where he nlnced himself
under the enre of n well-known oyo
specialist for treatment. He Is pro
ceeding' to Hongkong by tho Japan
nManoa Valley j3 $40
'Matlock 'Avenue 2 25
Matlock 'Avenue ,!3 r30
Alexander' Street . . . . t . . ! 5 'GO
'Lunalilo -Street 3 '25
Nuua'nur Street 7 CO
Manoa -Valley ,3 .50
Young Street ., 2 30
Improved and unimproved .prooer
ty in Manoa, Kaiifraki, PaloloVnd
inside .districts. ' ,
To 'buy a 'Small house and lot in
; ' HOUSES FOR RENT
. FURNISHED: Bedrooms. Price.
IBerctania Street .. ;. 2' 00.00
Paciflo Heights 4 ' ,50.00
Young Street, near Alexander !j 45,00
rManoa iRoad 2 -50.00
Pfo$pect Street '4 ,75.00
Plikol. and Yonng Streets 3 CO.OO
Peninsula ,..., 4 100.00
Makiki Street ,3 CO.OO
Kinau Street u4 x45.00
Beretania Street 3 40.00
iPalolo Road 2 35,00
Whiawa 2 J 20.00
Aica 3 50.00
"'Seventh Avenue , 0 45.00
'Thurston Avenue j4 40.00
Xamehameha Road ,4 25.00
Ananuni Street 2 30.00
Kaimuki 3 35.00
LeweTS Road 3 30,00
-Beretania Street G 37.50
THREE FINE LOTS
HIQH AND SIGHTLY
If .you are looking for something
GOOD, here's a bargain,
PRICE, $1000.00 FOR 'THE THREE
Bishop Trust Company,
Upon arrival at 'Manila, Mr. Ste
von will rejoin L. E. Plnkham, also
'engaged In recruiting Filipino labor
'or the Hawaiian plantations.
12. J. Hnzcn Is n tea buyer nnd ho
represents tho last of tho large dele
gation which mako annual trips to
Japan nnd Formosa in tho interests
of tho large Importing firms In the
James C. McNally has .been con
nected with tho Uilltcd States con
sular scrvlco for many years, and
until rccontly has been stationed nt
Nanking, llo has been, visiting in
tho "homeland, and after n confer:
ento at Washington has been trans
ferred to Tslngtao, the German port
or North China. Mr? McNally is ac
companied by his wife, daughter und
a sou, . ,.
Nearly a scoro of missionaries nro
en route to Japan ports and Shang
hai. Tho Oriental Dally Hulletln, the
breezy wireless newspaper ,whlcl)
makes n dally appearance on board
tho Chlyo, recorded ull the Import
ant happenings, Including the de
mise of; King Kdwnrd.
Tho Chineso havo evidently obnnr
doned their boycott against.. lapan
eso Htcnmors, ns tho Astatic passen
gers nro mainly returning Chinese,
For nlmost a year past tho Celestial
has studlqurly avoided traveling on
steamers flying tho Jnpancso flag.
S. S. Habb, a through passenger,
is a purchasing agent with tho Santa
Fo railway. Ho Is going to tho. Orlj
cnt to select material for cars.
i . . -
, 2 20.00
Get your prices to the other is
'Office open Sunday mornings from
II. M. Andrews Is a Well-known
Yoknhnma merchant, nnd M. S. H.
Frank Is n buslnoss tnnn who has
been located in tho Philippines for
thn past four years,
A. H. Hardle nnd Mrs. Ilnrdlo nro
from New York nnd nro on n round
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 7, 1910.
From J0:30 a. in. to 12 Noon.
A 11 Lindsay nnd wf to .Antonio
1I do Souza Sr et nl I)
Antonio M do Souzn Sr nnd wf
ct nl to J K Whlto M
Josc'O Sorrao nnd wf to First
Hnuk of Hllo Ltd jvi
Y Soda to First Hank of Hllo
Manocl Hotcllho Jr nnd wf to
Frank Hurnns '. 1)
Hlrdlo Da Holt and hsb to J P
William Kclllmil nnd wf to Hllo
Itntlroad Co . . , D
C Wlunm, tr, to W C Achl. ..Agrmt
Kdw 11 V Woltcr, tr, to Llllu
Kcpolknl et al Hcl
Entered for Record May 0, 1910.
'From 8:30 a. m. to 10:80 a -m.
Samuel r-r,- to S Parker Jr..
L Kirkp; . ..o Delia Ilcydcn
relclj e. ,, Ag.'mt
Char Sllvt and wf tn Ilawn
Dr'lgln- Jo Ltd M
I'rr' c K Cummlugs et al to
Cco.i,o S WcIIb M
YACHT OREW TO BE
COMPOSED OF CLUBMEN
St. Francis Quest Makes Novel Offer
to Take Friends to Hawaii.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23. Clnl
mon may become Beamcn and a crow
composed of members of San Fran'
Cisco's prominent clubs may man tho
yacht or Francis II. Smith on Its voy
ago to tho Hawaiian Islands If his of
fer is accepted. Ho has announced
that nny or his friends may Join him
on tho voyago to tho Islands if they
win worKtncir way.
Smith is a contractor of Now York
and Snn Francisco and Is In chargo of
tho construction work on lliu now drj'r
docks nt Pearl 'Harbor. Tho flrmrof
Stono & Van Bergen Is building fo
its him a flfty-four-oot yacht at
Harbor Vlow yards, which will h
launched the lattor part of thl
Tho craft Is for tho uso of Smith,
who Is Idenllflod-wlth a number of the
oxclusrvc clubs of San Francisco. He
lives at tho St. Francis Hotel whllo In
tho city, and to many of his friends at
tho hotel and at, tho clubs ho has d(
clarod his willingness to. permit then)
to Join him on .the cruise, provldci
thoy will mako up tho crow. Many
aro said to havo already accepted lit
Smith had chargo of a largo contract
for construction nPMaro Island n tow
years ago, and recently secured tho
contract for tho construction work on
tho dry docks at Pcarl'llarbor. Ho will
dlvldo his tlmo between Snn Fran
cisco and, tho Islands, and.Is having the
yncht built for that purpose Ho may
uso a different crow on each voyage,
nnd his offer hns excited a great deal
of interest among his friends nt tho,
St, Francis and nt tho clubs with
which he is affiliated.
A NF.W OHIKF wtoward Is on board
J tho Mntsnn Navigation steamer Lur
lino In' tho person of J, H, Harry who
formerly occupied n slmlar billet with
tho Oceanic, liner Alameda,
Tho earthquake shock at .9: 40" p. m.,
April 2,0, mado tho ratters rrtttlo for n
row seconds. Kohala JMdgct. x
Pass ,1100k No. 4G5G has been lost;
Return same to the First Ameri
can Savings' nnd Trust Company
of Hawaii, Ltd. 1). S. KaalUala.
tj'. T.'cnlpr was resprolnted today .11
magistrate or tho district or Ilanalel,
Tho Honnknn' public school hns n
tennis court, nnd tho children are be
coming experts nt tho gnmo.
Tho ease against Len Choy charged
Willi cruelly to animals In tho criminal
court had tho chargo against him nollo
pressed tills morning.
Tho rasp ngalnst Heo Fnt brought
by Marston Cnmnhell nn sunerlnten-
dent of public works Iiiir been dlseon
tinned by tho plaintiff.
Kvery nno comes hack from Hono..
lulu or Konn sighing: "If wo only bud
such roads! It Is so easy tn go nny,
wherol" Knlialn Mldgel,
Lee Choy pleaded, guilty tn assault
n tliecrlmlnnl court this morning nnd
had senlenco in hts ensn suspended
for 1.1 months by Jmlso Cooper.
Chief Justice Harlwcll today ap
pointed Jnincs U. K. Knlwl second dis
trict maglstrntn of tho district of I.I-
hue, Kauai, succeeding J. 11. Hahalko,
Mr M, fl. Holhodo, who built him
self n.nlcc,llltlo reshU'nco nUIonokar.,
brought his bride 'home on, April 24.
Ho married Miss Mary nrnnrn, daugh
ter of Mr.iHranco, of Lnupahochoo, A
reception wns held on their nrrlvnt;
thejrfrlcnds wishing thorn hnpplncsa
All tho accounts of Lel'nant Vlnkler,
administratrix of tho estate or Olttl
Winkler, -worn npprovod by tho court
today and Klio wan discharged.. Instruc
tions wcro given In deliver tho pro
perty to tho heirs, she taking one-third
nnd thn son tlcnrge taking two-thirds
of what wns left, by tho deceased.
The two Filipinos wtio woro in Jail
for assault on fellow-countrymen, ,nt
Hoca last week, escaped last Thurs
day afternoon by climbing "over tho
Jail ynrd wall. They were missed
about 4:30. 'At midnight ono of them
knocked nt thn door nnd nsked tn ho
let In. Ho said that he wanted to go
to bed. Tho other one was found by
tho liollco nt Hoca, nhnut 2 In tho
morning, nnd returned to Jail, They
were 110th locked up In tho Jail. Ko-
On Wednesday last, while! Miss Ruth
Gessell .was rlilln? to Houomnkau
School, her horse shied nt n steam
plow, nenr Kapanu, nnd collided with
n cart of n Jnpancso who wns pass
ing. 81m foil over on tho cart nnd
sprained her nnklo nnd nrm, film wns
taken tn Mr. Stlllmans, nnd Dr. M
nomlya. who was nearest, wns sum
moned. Mr. Tulloch Inter took her to
Hov. Mr. Ounn's In his nulo. Sho was
fortunate to escape without mora seri
ous Injuries which might hnvo result
ed, had not "Peggy" been too Bcnslblo
to run. Kohnla Midget.
J' S. Dunn, who was formerly cncl.
nccr nt Pepcokoo, has accoptcd a posi
tion In Kohnla,. whero his family will'
0IUJI1 juii, iiilii, I'Mllilh UlU' jmai. with
Mrs. Dunn hns been tha rcclplont-nf
much attention In the snclnt lino. l.ti'H
chcons woro , given In her honor on
Tuesday by, Mrs. Dick Lyman at tho
rcsldcnco flt Mr. nnd Mrs. M. M.
8prlngcr; on Wednesday, by Mr: and
Mrs. W. H. C. Campbell, nt their nil
liouun homo; on Friday nt iWnlnkoa,
and on .Saturday evening n number, of
friends gavo her n spread at her own'
residence at Walakea-Hawali Herald,
Tho situation among tha Hamakua
polico hns been cleared up to n certain
degrco by Sheriff Pua. Jailor Daniel
Dart hns resigned and his resignation
hns been nccopted. I'oo Do Colto, who
wn-i lieutenant of pollc? hns been madn
Jailor In his place. Tho vacancy mado
by Do Colto's appointment has been
filled by tho selection of Noah Nnlol
lchua for tho position. Tho only trou
bio with this appointment Is tho fact
that It locates three cfTlccrs ot tho five
fur tho cntlro Hamakua district in. Ku
knlhaolo, nnd Icavo but two officers to
hnndlo nil tho other sections. Outside,
of this it seems as though tho appoint
ment would tend to bring nbout a .bet
ter understanding between Deputy
Sheriff Ovcrciid and his police. Ha
Sing to all now of "Old Glory,"'
God's banner of Freedom ami
It tells a. marvelous story,
That will wear from morning till
Speak to all, then, of "Old Glory,"
God's banner of Freedom nnd
For, wonderful Is that story,
Hheld In' fast colors, ttrong nnd
God bless Hawaii forever,
And bless our President, true;
We pray, Ood 'bless forever
Our Flag tho red, 'whlto and
ANNK M. PIIESCOTT.
May D, 1910.
"in -Norway," rcmirkcd tho globe
trotter, "no girl Is allowed to havo a
beau until sho can bako bread and knit
"In tils country." tojolned tho fussy
bachelor, "there should bo h law for'
bidding nny girl having a beau until
sho Is nblo to navlgato tho Blrenls
without tho aid ot it dog on tho end of
Thcro nro various ways of conceal
ing one's Identity, but marrying Lit
lan Jlusscll seems to bo ns good, ns
any. tTopokn Capital,
The Bulletin Publishing Co..
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
turn .urn ok running , company , on
the Paciflo Coast and is,. prepared
to give estimates on high'grads
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very T.otet in .VngTayrd flardu.
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions,
Find Helo in LvdluE. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound
' Winchester, Ind. "Four doctors
me unit tneycouia never maKo
mo regular; anu
ually have dropsy.
1 would bloat, nnd
mid chills, and 1
could not sleep
nights. My mother
I began 'to take
pound. ...After taking one and one
half bottles of tho'Uompound,.I am all
right again, and I recommend It to
every suffering woman." IIks.'MAY
deal, vt incnesier, niu.
Hundreds of .such letters from girls
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frtr ivli.il. I.villit I-'. IMiifchnm'M Veffft.
table. Compound has accomplished for
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Girls who aro troubled with painful
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lug spells or Indigestion; should take
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ous conscqucres and be restored, to
health by Lydla K. l'lnkhamls Vefre
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,If you would like special advice
ntiout your enso write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. lMnkhaiit, at
l,ynn. Muss. Her advice Ufrc,
suidalways liclpful. " ,
The acme of perfection in a
pocket 'timepiece is found in
a Howard Watch.
WI0HMAN & CO. arc agents
for Howard "Watches in Ho
Jiolulutand. carry "a complete
stock p of tlKKe celebrated
Howard Watches are soldi
by'Wichmanf& Co. at' factory!
prices, which aro placed on
the watches by the manufac
turers. 'Wichman & Co.'s guaran
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ard guarantee, goes with each
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The Pair $1.00 j
Made in one and two-eyelet
tie effects. Stylish, comfort-
able toe shapes, with exten
sion soles. '
Sizes 5 to 11 ' -
FORMER. PRICE..... ',$1.50
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