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A SLIPPER SUBSTANTIALLY MADE AND AFFORD
ING THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF COMFORT, EASY TO
GET ON AND OFF. THEY'RE MADE OF TOWELINO,
WITH VITALITE SOLES. AN IDEAL F00TC0VER FOR
THE BEDROOM. WE SELL THEM FOR $1.50. AN AC
CEPTABLE CHRISTMAS PRESENT THAT DOES NOT
M'lnerny Shoe Store
Fort Street, above King
JAS. W. PRATT
("Pratt, the Land Man")
125 Merchant Street Honolulu
Will buy a BEACH LOT near
Excellent Sea Front Residence
sites. Fruit trcei and riuss grow
ing on lots.
TRUSTS. REAL ESTATE AND
Cor. Merchant and Alalcea Sts.
200 Ftno -ot nt Puiinul nvenuo,
near Country Clulij GOxlOS.
200 eae' Two Lots at Walalao
Heights, partly Improved, near
car lino; COxlOO eacli.
$1300 Large Houso and rornor Lot
at Wlnam avenue, Knlimilil;
11,449 Equnro feet. Original
cost over 13000.
P. E. R. STRAUCH
Waity Bnildinfc 74 S. King Street
Stop Paying Rent
DONDERO & LANSING
Phone 2553 83 Merchant St.
$500 to $15,000
' . CAMPBELL BLOCK
Room No. 20.
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets,
C. L. HOPKINS
Systematizer, Notary Public, Agent
to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 a. m. to 4 d. m.
nr.NPUAT. UnSINESS AGENT.
INTERPRETER, NOTARY PUBLIC
Office Corner Hotel and Sm'th
Btreets. P. 0. Box 040. Phone 2380.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any deicription
ktPAPEE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street
GEO. G. GUILD - Manager
have your funds in
and you will escape many
tiavel fund annoyances.
These Cheques are accepted
without question and with
out discount by 40,000 Banks I
anu oy iiuiiruau anu oicum
ship Companies, Hotels and
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus
is naturally in a better position to
handle your affairs than an indi
vidual, Therefore, in making your Will
name as you Executor the
Trust Co.. Ltd.,
023 FORT STREET
P. II. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California suit
few York; NOTARY PUBLIC j
Irant Marriage License; Drawi
KortgBgrs, Dredt, BilU of Bale
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for tV
Dintrirt Courts. 79 MERrmANT II
HONOLULU, PHONE 1310,
Alfred D. Cooper
Hawaiian Stocks and Bonds
Bought and Sold
307 JUDD BUILDING
Telephone 2489 P. 0. Box 607
Williamson & Buttolph
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 1482 P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Monday, Dec. 5.
- NAMH OF STOCK nid Askpd
C. Brewer Co 500
Ewa Plantation Co 261 27'f
Hawaiian AKrlc. Co 225
Hnw. Com. & Hwt Co. ... y( jiji
Hnwnllan Sugar Co $4)4 y,
Honomu Snsni Co u
Honokaa Sugar Co 10X o)
Haiku SucnrCn uj 150
HntcliliiKon PiiKiir Phnt. ij 15
Kuhiiku I'lantntlon Co. .. ..,.,.. 17,1$
Kekaha SiiRarCo n,j
Mcllryili) SiiRar Co 3 jj; 4
Oalm Sugar Co 25 $ 7o
Onomea Sugir Co
Olaa StiRar Co. I.tel jm 4
Pnaiiliau Sugar Vlnnt. Co. 15 '
Paclllc Sugar Mill '.
Pala PlantPtloti Co lyj
Pcncekeo Siiuar Co u,
rMicorMIIICo 70 1774
Wnlalua Aprlc. Co yo 1)4
Wnlluku S.iB'ir (.'
Walmanato Si.gar Co 17s
Wnlmea SiiKir Mill Co 140
Inter-Islaml Slc.un N. Co nj
Hawaiian Electric Co
Hon. 11. T. & h Co , Pref. . lojjtf
Hon. It. T. &IiCo, Com
Oalm IL & I. Co isn
Hllo It. It. Co. Pfd 7
IIIIo II. It. Co., Coin
Hon. II. AM. Co 1,
Hawaiian Pineapple Co 31
Tunjong Olok U.C.. lid up
do tlonsH.C,' pd
Paining Hub. Co. (I'd)
Pulinns " (Ass. 40 Pd)
Haw. Tor. 4 (HroCI.)
Cal. Ilect Sub. & Her. Co. loo
Hamnkua Ditch Co.,
Upper Ditch 6b. ,01 ,04
Hnw. Irrstn. Cr. fin 0, ,,
Hnw. Com. & Sub. Co. GX
Hllo II. n Co.. Issuo 1901 ,','"" 'iV'
11110 n.n. Co.. con. e ,,
Hon'oknn Sugar Co.. 0 .. 101U . .
Hon. It. T. SI, Co.0 ... 104
Kauai Hy. Co. Cs '
Koliala Ditch Co. 6s ........ ioo'(
McBrydoSugnrCo.es... njt.' 04
Mutual Tel. Cs 02' ........
OahuH.&UCo. 5 oo! 101
Oahu Sugar Co. 5
OI.1.1 Sugar Co G i,ij ,.,
Pac. Sub. Mill Co. Cs oi ......
Pioneer Mill Co. 0 ioi
Walalua Agrlu Co. EX . iot
SAI.KS Ilctwoen Hoards: 40 Ilo
nokaa, $l0.7.r,; 1000 Hllo Cs 1901, J100;
1.1 Mcllrydo, Jl.
Session Sales: 15 Olaa, J I.
DIVIDENDS Dec. G, 1910; Haw.
P & S. Co., 2."ic sharo; Ononicn, 40c
share; Honomu, (1 share
Latest sugar quotation 4 cents or
au per ton.
HENftV WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
FORT AND MERCHANT SrREETS
STOCKS AND BONDS
Trent Trust Co.,
MEMBER.H0N0LULU STOCK AND
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock and
. . tllond Exchange
Campbell Block, Merchant Street
Giffard k Roth
STOCK AND BOND BROKERS
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
Stangenwald Pldg., 102 Merchant St.
BOOKS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
Children and "grown-ups" appre
ciate the Kilt of 11 book hut cure
should be used In tho selection and
this Is often dlltlcult III Honolulu bo
raiiBO of tho limited stocks, llow
ovor, thW 'ir A. II. Arlelglt & Co,
Ltd., havo not only a very largo stock
but 11 stock selected with particular
releruutmitho local wants.
1W ',pr Rn" cards on alo
fie Bulletin office. ' , , kl
LOCAL AND GENERAL
llrtliel St. Hack Stand, l'linne I IVJ.
A cool beer at the Anchor Saloon
curio den. Don't forget It
It boch without buying that ovory
thing Is Best ut Tho Emoie.
Miss llernlco Harmed was 11 re
turning passenger on the Siberia,
Chief Engineer Duncan, of Otnn
Mill Is In town on a business trip. ,
If you want 11 good Job done on np
nuto or carringo take It to Hawallun
Carriage MfB. Co, 427 Queen St.
Tho registration of six hundred and
twenty-live automobiles Is on tho
books at tho police station. ,
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Iledemnnn returned
on tho Siberia this morning from a
live months' trip on the Coast.
Pay cash and ask for green stnmp.
They'ro free. Call nt the show rooms
and sco what ou get free for
Captnln Cowlcs who relieves Hear
Admiral Itccs nt the naval station In
Honolulu snlln from San Francisco to-
day for ills new ost. '
Tolilns Eppstcln Is postmaster' nt
Cehu, P. I., and Is returning to duty
from lenvo of nbsence, accompanied by
his wife, on the Siberia I
J. V. Woods, accompanied by Mrs.
Woods, will bo among the outgoing
passengers In tho Mnuua Ken tumor-,
row morning nt 10 o'clock, (
Tboro will be no "At Homo" this
week nt tho Governor's residence,
both Mr, nnd Mrs. Krcnr being nway.
on tho other Islands.
Employes of tho dredging com
pany ut Wutertoun nro to lmo the
benclltH of n well-appointed hospital.
A trained nurso will ho constantly on
IffertR Knox, Jlongkong nnd Phil-1
Ipplnn manager of China Mutual Life
Insurance Company, with his wife. Is
returning to tho east from a lsit In
W. A. Itandnll Is deputy auditor for
the Philippine go eminent nnd Is re
turning to Manila on tho Siberia after
nearly n year's absence In tho United
States on leave.
It Is reported from Koliala that
work Is booming nt tho Woods ditch.
Tho dams nre reccUIng tho attention
of tho builders now, tho ditch proper
being nearly completed.
r pair of bedroom nnd bathroom
slippers mndo of Turkish material and
vltulllo soles will please any man ns
a gift on Chilstmns morning. Get
them nt tho Mclnerny Shoo Sloro.
D. C. Fox and Mrs. Jnno Fox nro
going, back to Manila today by tho (
Slberln', Mrs. fox 1elng stenographer
to colonel w. u. uivers, assistant di
rector of Pbjllppino Constabulary.
John F. Cnftiurn anil MfS Mafia' A.
Nnuuhl w'eTo "fliarfIed'PBrcrday, the
ceremony being performed by Hcv.
Wedmnm The wedding took plnco nt
tho homo of the brldo's father, Thos.
Hughes, on Klnnu street.
G. II. Schiller, who has been n teach
er In tho Philippine service for sev
eral years, located nt (.'elm, Is passing
through Honolulu on tho Slberln, re
turning to duty nttOr several months'
nbsence In tho United States.
E. A. Kmulscn of Kauai will return
to his home In the Klnnu, which sails
for N'awlllwlll at !i o'clock tomorrow
afternoon. Ho will be accompanied
by Mrs. Knudsen, who has been en
tertained much whllo In town,
J. C. McCoy, n capitalist of Prov
idence and brother of Colonel II B.
McCoy, Insular collector nt Manila, Is
n passenger on tho Siberia en route to
Manila. With his brother ho Is heav
ily Interested In gold mines In Mas
bate, P. I.
It was on grounds of lack of evi
dence that Ilert Nnyes, former cus
toms inspector, accused of smuggling,
was released by United States Com
missioner Georgo Davis Inst Thurs
day. The District Attorney did not
appear to prosecute.
C. Charlock, of the Board of Health,
Is booked to leave In the Mlkahalii,
which Balls' for Moloknl settlement to
morrow uftcrnoon nt C o'clock. It Is
said that be will proceed to Kulit,
Maul, after bo has llnished his busi
ness nt tho settlement.
Hcports from Hllo stnto that tho
past week thero has been a "terror"
In regard to tho weather. Stretches
of twenty-four hours down-pour were
frequent, with tho wind howling
and shrieking, and tho waves fre
quently dashing over tho breakwater.
Mrs. Nancy Kaulqkoii, wlfo of
Judgo Knulukou of Kallua, died Sat- j
urduy afternoon In this city. She
was staying with soino Honolulu'
friends, having recently arrived from
Hawaii. Judgo Knulukou was sum
moned by wireless nnd will arrive '
Considerable taste and skill Is
mndo manifest In tho Illustrated cal- 1
endnr Issued by tho pupils of tho Ku-'
niehnmohn bcIiooIb. The Illustrations
nro of ancient Hawaiian life. The
work is from tho school's pross, nnd
Is ery creditable. Tho cnlcndur has
been placed on Bale.
At Mukikl Field yosterdny. tho whs
ccr team of Honolulu Iron Works
started prncthe for tho year, tho reg
ular Borles of gamej starting next
Saturday. MeKlnley High plued a.
pruitlsn gnmo with Ktimohutnehn on
Saturday nftornoou, at which neither1
aide Bcnred, I
At a meeting of Alllolnnl n'utunl
esterday nflcrnnon nt Kalmukl, It
wns decided to organize n soccer
I team Frank Knlu.i being rhosnn to
captnln nnd organism tlm team It
Is planned to IiumU Into tho icicrcr
league with this team of alumni nnd
another team will udd to tho Intercut
In tho lencue.
Hints for the
A Man Wants
A Bath Robe, :$5.00 to $15.00.
A Loungeing Robe, $6.50 to $10.00.
Smoking Jacket, $8.50 to $15.00.
Leather Box for Collars, $1.50 to $3.50. ,
. The New Leather Case with matched Ties4and Socks,
from $1.75 to $3.50 , "
Irish Linen Handkerchiefs in Leather Case, g2.50 to $5
Upholstered, Remodeled and
The Right Way
J. H0PP& CO.,
A '3 Days' Special
On Holiday Ribbons '
On Monday, Tuesday and. Wednesday
Wc will place on sale a shipment of 1500 PIECES of HOLIDAY RIBBONS at
about 25 per cent lower than usual prices. ??
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$2.00 Quality in Persian and Dresden Ribbons, 10 inches wide ...$1.50 yd.
$1.50 Quality in -Persian and Dresden Ribbons, 7 inches wide 1.00 yd.
75c Quality Persian and Dresden Ribbons, 6 inches wide :1 50c yd.
75c Values in New Shaded Ribbons . 50c yd.
65c Qualities in Plaids and Dresden Ribbons at '. 45c
60c Qualities in Plaids and Dresden Ribbons at .
30c Qualities in Plaids and Dresden Ribbons at
500 Pieces of CHRISTMAS and MISTLETOE RIBBONS
No. 1, 25c. pc; No. V2, 30c. pc;
Special values in BABY RIBBONS.
A Grand Selection of Taffeta and Satin Ribbons
in Every Width and Color from 5c to 25c yard. Fully a saving of V4 off regular
SEE OUR BIG SHOW ON THE COUNTERS.
Special in. the Ready-to-Wear Department
Women's Rain Goats, new styles,
$7.50, $12.50, $1f!oO, and $18.50
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 ELITE BUTLDINO
v V -
WHY NOT YOU?
No. 2, 40c pc; No. 3, 50c pc.
When in doubt
give one of our