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The Best Of All "Outdoor"
Shoes, For Women
Only in expemive custom-built footwear will you iccure equi! style, quility, fit and comfotl.
Our new models in Women s (egal Oifordi accurately reproduce tfie imartett custom (Jjlotd
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shapes Jor IMS season, in legai quatier-sizes you secure me same pcncci m
and comfort as in made-to-measure shoes. The high quality and expert work
manship in Regals insure long, satisfactory servici You will find that our Women's
Regal Oxfords fit snugly at the heel and smoothly around the ankle because
they are made on special Oxford lasts. Ordiniry low-cuts chafe your heel and
sag at thj ankle because they are rpadeon high-shoe lasts. Allow us to show
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REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel
THE GRABOWSKY TRUCK
1, iy2, 2 AND 3 TONS 35 AND 45 HORSEPOWER
A RRMOVAM.B TOWKU PLANT,:, Hardened Steel U1US11IN08 In
every working part; KMKHGUNCY COXDUNSlNty CIIA'MHRUj pdsi
friVB MF.dtlANICAL Olllnpr System, , , , ' k l
HONOLULU POWER WAQON CO.. Aeents W. M. MINTdN. Mer.
Phone 21 fid R75 South Ktrrrt Wenr Tfitio I
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ARE THE SOLE AGENTS "
Alexander Young Hotel
Laundfy - '::
Our Tarcel Delivery passes ypur tkor twice a day.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel Streets
NOW IN PROGRESS
The Greatest Sale in the history
. of Honolulu of High-Grade Goods t
Half of the $60,000 Stock of Yee, '
' Chan Co.'s Merchandise is being
'sold at prices that startle all com
' Eelow we quote a few pilces to give you an idea how
r this stock is being soil:
? MEN'S CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
Hundreds of strictly man-tailored suits; all of .
the season's latest styles, including cashmerfi,
worsted, tweeds, black and blue, etc.
Value, $5.oo 13.50 10.00
v Now, $ 8.50 7.50 6.00
- Men's Fancy Half Hose, worth 20 cts, pair, now
75 cts, per Box of 6 pairs,
' GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS, GINGHAMS.
Sold In every city in the U, S, for 10 cts, per
' yard, as long as they last 1 5 yards for $1 .00,
UNDERWEAR ALL SIZES.
, All Men's JJnderwcar f6rmorly 50 cts each, now '
miuu udiuiuiii? tyi .pi. uu, j
t( Do not miss this sale if you value money. Never be-'
ifore, never again, will such matchless values be offered
in Honolulu. We pre overstocked and mu&l make room.
t ' 'The. l?w prices at which we are selling High-Class mer-
xhandiie should induce you to lay In one year's supplies.'
STACKS OF REMNANT GOODS AT REMARKABLE
f REMNANT PRICES
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor King and Botliel Streets,
Reform Executive of Tokyo
Back from Mission of
Itln Honor Yetiklo Orakl, tho "ro
fiirin inn) or" or Tnkjo, Is it )mssen
ccr on tlin To 1 1 linnr Tcnyo Mnru,
Ho wilil that lie lin i trnvellid inlti
exteiislcly lliii.ur.lioiit the Stairs In
(inter to cct nniunlnli'il with lliu
method of running tho municipal governments.-
Il.iron Ornkl, nit ho In ofUclally
cnlteil by liU frlcmls In Japan nml In
the Stntpft, linn liccn In tho Slntoa
nnce before, but, bcllcltiK It would
lie of material benefit to
Ills oIUco, ho wont to the State? for
tho Rccond time lo rpo what bad tnketi
place since bin Inst IslL
"I linve vlnltcd tunny cities nnd 11
InRcs," Raid tl.o Huron today when
Interviewed 'on lionrd the steamer,
"nnd I found that tho world la pro
KrepnlnR very rapidly."
Ills Honor Bald that when ho ro
turns to '.In pan, ho will try to Intro
duce certain rvforms which nro being
ndopteil In some of tho American
While In Washington, the Huron
called nt tho Whlto Houeo to pay his
respects to President Tnft. Ho v. as
nccompnnled by his wife, tho bnroti
ess, who Is'iiIpo returnlnn to Japan.
During his call on tho 1'iestdcnt,
tho I In r on In reported to lmvo said:
"I llnd every city Is claiming to bo
tho only model one, but I nm going
to keep on nnd lslt not only the largo
cities In this country, but many of tho
smaller ones In an effort to gain now
Tho Huron, white here, was enter
tained by Consul (leneral Uycno, who
went on board to meet him.
Uncommunicative -anti Re
turns to Coast Tomorrow.
Attack of Democratic Hood
lums Is Last of Scries of
At tho Homij Itltle headquarters to
day 'things politically, uro tery quiet.
I), ICnluucAnlanl, Sr., vlco president of
tho jiarty, nnd n foH'otlior workers
this morning uero quietly assorting
their sample ballots to be distributed
to tlin voters. .,
Asked for a foVectst J KilSupknln'ni,
Br.mlri: , f j f f J K
"I think ntl'tltiTll'oiniHtule' Airfdl
dntnu will mi behind HiIh tlmp." Iln
sjioko In Kngllsh as he turned to n
llullctln man and told of what hu
thought of the result of tho election.
"I am more than convinced now
(lint Jarrctt and Hoso nro pot fit to
be Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff of this
Island,' ho continued,
"Ily their action last night, it
showed clearly that they could not
control tho trouble which broko up
the Home Rule meeting. They did not
, even try to stop the Democratic Imod
iums from Interfering with tho llpmo
Hulo meeting, which wns ordprlfnnd
enthusiastic. Ininy opinion. It Is
.proper fhey nlipuld be Voted out of of-
nco. i nm posimo innti Andrews lox
could lino silenced tho, mob. jj
''Had sntno ouc.lieen crlouslx In
jured nst night, eJpr'rettT and jloso,
who undoubtedty saw the," trouble,
would lmo beeri held responslbe for
their action. It la,iiow( iik1i tliua that
the people voto.them put of offlcji nnd
glo Cox nnd hls'nflHoc'lalfcs a trul In
Mayor Fern says ho Isn't worried
nliout tlin election.
"What do ou think of the result of
the election?" lie wns asked.
"Well,"' ho Bald, "whnt Is tho uso
of my worrying, when I have every
thing In hand. I nm sure of my re
election," ho said smilingly.
"Well, whnt Is your fnreenst this
morning?" Unk McCnndless was noxt
asked by a H u 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter.
"Clean sweep for the Democrats
throughout the Territory," answered
, (ho Hoss. Just then lirospectlvo vot
ers for the Democratic candidates
stepped Into tho room to get freo
trftnsportnMop."pnsses Col McCarthy,
' wljo hhji lmrBfl.Qf the funds', fur-1
,tilshed tlicm-wlth necessary docu
J Tho Hqmo Jlulo workers, who, ns
jftsual, do not hnvo frpe conveyances,
I nro 'nntchlng nt tho polls closely hut
I they" nro Bcntlered nnd not very hope-
full" On ng to tho lack of funds not
, even n telephone hns been connected
I with the Homo Itulo heudiiuarlers
Tho leaders nro Blmply waiting for
tho llnnl results, which will bo given
out lato this evening,
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE
when you want Terry Dnvls' Vnlnklller
ns nnthlne Is ns good for rhenmntlsln
neuralgia nn I similar troubles. 70
venrs In constant uso. 23c Sic nnd
I j: H. Hlnnehnrd, Ko;l Commission
er wns losponslblo for tho attest and
. cnnUellon of Kang Keo yesterday for
; iicilim; In clecijPd finlt. TI10 credit
of the move was Inadvertently given
. to tho pollco department, ,
Attempted to Hide Identity Be-
hind H&yl Automatic
Ar leasl n half, Hlozenrepctablo
married womcn"of Honolulu, In sev
eral instances tliv wives of prominent
usipcss tny pofosslonnl men
f iin fltijhnr nfifiuA r.tt until
ignlnst tlto actions of sin ob-
local business tny pjiifosslonnl men.
win nae;, no ntiincr c
plaint against tlto act!
"I wish 1 tint! known ou woro a
iHnvspiper 111.111," r.n!tl (leneral Tan
l.er II. I tilt h tlilt iiioinlng nt hlu
110m nt the ynung, "for I linve n
dore foot which 1 am tJc.iklnr; nnd
ui.ii t want to bo dhtuihed."
T lint was tho gieo'tlng MiuMis.ifnl
by the innti who has LnnPe lo Hono
lulu on linpoitnut hiiflneis for tho
Wnr Ih'pattinent to a timid lepinter
who had tho temoilt to call upon
Tho general wns uncommunica
tive In tho cxltcmiio and R-ild that
theic was iicthlng of moment that
ho cf.uld (live out In addition to wliat
he hnd already nald, ns he was on
a prlvnto mission for tho Secretary
As to the finnn Inl transaction In
volved with the Dtiwectt Ranch In
the transfer of property for tho mil
itary reservation at l.ellchua, (len
eral Hltss stated that ho could di
vulge nothing more hore thnn hns
been published nnd that such Infor
mation mint come from Washington.
tlcneral llllss expects to return to
tho Coast tomorrow on the Willie),
mlna, having completed his work
here1 and had a short vacation nfter
tho most strenuous part of It.
Suo Abbott, tho (llrl., Hetty Jonson
"Slim" Hoodcr, the Deputy
. Mr. (Ho. H. Howard'
Hyron Howling, the S'rnnger...t. . I
"Sasafras" I'ete, tho Had Man.....
"Silent" Ike. tho Flddler.Arlhur Klton
Jako Wallop, tho Dealer ,
, Dan Hnllcntyno
Dandy Jim, the Oainblcr. .Jim Norton'
"Clitcnno" Charley, tho Miner . , I
Chan. K. Murphy
"l.usty" I.ttte, the other Miner..,..
r; .1. llaxter,
Wnh-Wall, tho Squaw. .Marlon Dunn
Jack Illnkp, Hie Sheriff
Oliver D. Ilnlljy
Tablo rinspnr, tho Mexican.,
Clay Allison, tho Frloni'...t.lf Koblo
who has for
HiC pais till oe weeks lireni,l)JdliiK his
Iileiitltj- liohlnd the. newly Installer,
nulmnaOc tjieohonc. I
Joseph Cullen, n clerk In the om-i
ploy of tho United Stntos light house I
division was placed under arrest last
night by Chief of Detectives Arthur
McDunie. chnrged wlth'lowd and lncl-j
Cullen was under n grilling Intcrro-'
Ration nt tho hands of McDufllc thisi
morning and before ho emerged from'
tho prlvnto office, he had confessed to'
having used nn automatic telephone.
Installed In tho oniee of tho United j
States engineers, nt least elghtcon
different times, enrh mssngo being to
one of several rcspectnblo women of
Cullen Is n young part Hnwnllnn.
Up Is married nnd nlso nccomianlng
him to the ihiIIco station wns a little'
two year old child. Ho admitted to!
MeDulTlo that ho had been In Iho hah-'
It of remaining nt the oniro whero he
hnd been employed until after tho'
force, hnd left for their homes. I
With ni onn to overhear him, ho'
then rang- up the parties who lmvo
for weeks been entering complaint.
.lio did not deny that his tnlk was
both obscene nnd entirely Improper,
nlthmiEli ho offered no excuso whatso
ever for his unbecoming conduct.
Cullen hns been placed under nr
rest with eighteen separate charges
booked against his name. The revis
ed statutes provldo a maximum iicii
ally of one year on each charge.
Cullen Is alleged by tho pollco as
being 0110 nnd tho samo porsnn'who
nlinn'.txvo years ago conducted him
elt In n docldcdly unseemly manner
while, In tho olllco of a professional
man In Hie Kaplnlnnl building. It Is
nlso charged that about two weeks
ngo, Mrs. Cullen cnlled upon tho po
llco to Idcnto her husband who It was
clalmsil hai,fell a prey to tho wllos
of an uiiiifnrrle I nomnn, No proic-
tlillon fllotml at (lint tlnio, Cullen!
...in ,. 1 1 .... . i r
in ,iu urriUKUi'ii uuioro JUUge l.ym
cr nt tomorrow morning's session of
It tOnlllVoH UlinVo f1liir I ir1r itmt
T .--IT-'f '"j vi-jiv ' iiiiv llnr 1
tho 'rnrt 'of Chief Mcriunio' nnd his1
men In landing Cullen within tho not
Bptead for his capture. The number
of complaints coming to tho nttentlon
of tho oincers caused thorn to tnko ac
tion and It Is a matter of congratula
tion that the plans of tho Chief and
his men woro successfully carried out,
Tho wild woolly Wf'l with lis pic-tiiri-squo
stirioundlngs of cowboys. In.
illnns, revolvers, chaps and leggings
held full sway at tho New Orphcum
last night. Thero was the gambler
sherlfT poitraycd by Mr. Ilnlloy with
tho drooping nioustnclie dress suit
and Colt revolver, tho Cllrl of tho
Rolden West chnrmlngly depleted by
Hetty Jonson perfectly nt homo bo
hind tho bar nnd using bad language
am) bad grammar with reckless nhan
don. Mr Howard stepped back Into
an "nlso ran" Inst nlghi. Plnln onn
of the cowboys, and let Miss Jonson
and Mr. McKIm ns the lover tnko all
the honors. Tho1 piny Is well staged
and stiong enough In melodramatic
situations to satisfy tho most blaso
spectator. Tho two loading part
stand out bo strongly that thero is
little left for tho others to do but
the entire compinv acqulUed Itself
ridmlrnbly. Miss Dunn's Squnw wns
well done and tho Sheriff of Mr. Haf
lev iwns natural and whllo bouio cri
tics might tnko exception to his silk
lint nnd dress suit It Is n very com
mon garb gambling clement of the
Thp lines of tho play aro very clov
er ns might ho expected of any crea
tion of David Holasco's and the con
stnnt ripples of laughter which greet
tho odd Western expressions nre vory
noticeable. Miss Jonson looks too
sweet nnd pretty to bo n resident of
a tough mining town but her work
throughout tho entire piece Is nrtls
tic nnd cleor. "Tho Olrl of tho Cold
en West" should fill tho houso to tho
(IMIVi: WAS KID.
Sho dropped hor glovo,
He raised his lid,
And picked it up
With "Oh, you kid!"
"How dare ou, sir?"
He smiled ut, her.
"Hxctt80 mo, miss;
It's Ju.it like, this
I meant tho glovfl."
T3 CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PAKIS MEDICINE CO , St. Uui, U U
ASklR of Beauty is a joy Foravet
PB.!L FEtix IWwbi OWfoTAl,
-r CREiM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIlfEU
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Whitney & Marsh
- INITIAL DISPLAY OF
In the latest European
,, and American shapes
$ Fitted Bags & Suit Cases
A Full Line of
Children's Cloth and
Silk Rubberized Coats
We have just opened a new
.v Made of the newest weaves and
"i'iri-'the latest New York styles
UR SALE is fast drawing
to a close on account of
lack of goods. But we still
have a part of the LARGE
CONSIGNMENT of READY
MADE DRESSES, which we
are almost giving away.
We still have ,a large
quantity of DRESS GOODS,
DOMESTIC NOTIONS and
LADIES' UNDERWEAR at
PRICES THAT CAN NOT BE
Call and Examine tho Goods
L B. KERR 4 CO., Lid.
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