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nvnxiNo nuuxTi.v, Honolulu, t. h., wnnN'nsiuv, m:c. 7. i9io.
In the very la'cst designs, and
the largest assortment ever
Of the bct makes for Indies
find Gents. In pi ices to suit
That will he the pride of any
(That will make the best of holi
We will he pleased to show you
anything in the lines canted, ...
J. A. K. VIE1RA
113 Hotel St.
Well, What Do
Worth of Real Estate
Sold in Kaimuki
During the Last
After writing Ads on Kai
muki, we have put over the
biggest success in years, out
selling every other district
on the market. But hush!
We couldn't have done it if
the property had not been all
right and sold itself. The
real secret the property; not
the stuff we have been writing.
For Street Wear
limit, in.iuV m Hip iiimt
.Short Vnnip l,:iv. All
CM (Unit xliiic for out
Sl)li. 11517 $5
limit, ninoY on I hi' new
whorl tump lust ltllh the
rhiM' lilt tntr ilull kid lop.
A T) Mjllsli hIiik fur
Sljlc . II 505 $5
liool, nude on tin' n n
ST Will LAST ullli the
short rniiiiil tor mill sin ill
ulni; tip, .cm lorh's
Sljlc o. II 50S $5
- A White
hunt, clrn lilt'li mIIIi III
This linut Ims a ivlillo
rrinrnet upper. Verj
dress) mill ens) to (linn.
Style II 751 $7.50
SHOE CERTIFICATES MAKE GOOD XMAS PRESENTS
Manufacturers1 Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL
ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give US your
orders for Xmas deliveries. Phone 1861
FRESH HAWAIIAN CREAM
From cows certified as absolutely healthy, and bottled un
dcr the most sanitary conditions.
For sale by, at rate of $1.00 per quart:
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. J. M. LEVY & CO.
C. J. DAY & CO.
The Pond Dairy Phone 2890
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"Tho Power or tiu.d," ohu of the
ctroiigcut plui.es In which the llow-
.11 d Company tins' nppe.irctl since
.inn I up to the New Orplieum, will ho
Itlveu Us last performance this een
iir. Tonioiuw nlKlit llurrj Colson
Clnrke's famous lilt, "Wlint Happen
fil to Jones," will ho presented .Mr.
Ilounril will return for thin ciiriiku-
iiieiit nnd nppenr In thu title role.
"What ll.tppaiii'it to Jones" will hold
the tinnrdtt for the halmire of the
wc-ek IncludliiK the usual S.itunlny
matinee. The announcement to the
effect that tho Howard Company
would close Its se.iron hero at the
expiration of the original ten weeks
hooked, which will UtTone week from
Saturday night, enme as n great sur
prise and ninny hoped that they
would continue through the holiday
week. As other nrrangetnontH hnd
lieon madP, It will fie almost Impos
sible to extend the pennon, miirh to
the regret of tho nundreds of nd
mlrers of tho popular company. Just
wlint nrrangements have been mado
for tho keeping opon of the Orplieum
after tho Howards close have not
been mado known.
PULLS THE CROWD
Tho llljuu drew unother Inige
crowd taut night, the gathering be
ing ulmoHt ns large ns that of Sat
urday night, when tho big pin) house
was foiumlly thrown open to tho
public That ult of the Items on tho
big and vurled bill lire of umisunl
merit Is best testified to by tho
rounds of applause which greet eery
turn. This will be the l.mt night
of the present arianged program, a
nimplcte chango being In order for
tomorrow night, Dunn and llninton
will Introduce some new eccentric
dancing nnd new songs, and Walter
I'eiry will give out a brand new lot
of Jokes and sing some of tho latest
parodies. All of the musical comedy
numbers promlso distinct novelties,
and thero will he new music by
Hughes' splendid orchestra. Gladys
Mlddleton liac n newt-nit, and n
chango of songs (by Mellaril Kipling
will ho mado.
WHY TAKE ANY CHANCES
with Minio untried medlclno diarrhea,
crump, dysentery, when for 70 jenrs
I'nlnklller (I'erry Dals') has been re-
Ileing millions of cases.
AII0I.0 III Honolulu, December C.
1910,. nt tho Queen's Hospital, Mrs
I.lzzlo Aluilo, agel 3S years.
A bee ,got so busy In Indiana the
other day that seeral cstlmauto gen
tlemen huvo decided to stand pat.
Charleston Nows nnd Courier.
RYCROFTS FOUNTAIN SODA
The Game of Health
. Domestic simplicity is
typical of - the sturdy
Germans' home life. The
American people are re
cognizing the value of
Teutonic diet, and are
fast adopting it.
PRIMO adds zest and
relish to the plainest diet,
and is a food in itself.
It is manufactured as
only brewmasters know
how, of the purest and
choicest matured and
thoroughly ripened grain
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It gott over nny route It rum on no ichedule cicept the owner's UU
A Motor Car Is Worth What It Pays You In Service
Have you ever noticed that It is the man who
does not own an automobile who does most all the
talking about the expense of running one?
The man who owns a car appreciates that it is
worth what it pays him in service, and that this
far overbalances what he pays for the service.
Whether a man is extravagant or not depends on
what he gets for his money. "Economy is the judi
cious expenditure of money."
If you really need a thing, you are paying for it
day by day, whether you own it or not. It would
be possible to do without gloves or an overcoat, but
the service these things render you far outweigh
the price that you would have to pay for them in
money. Doing without a motor car means doing
without the service which that car would give, and
a good car will render more time-saving, labor-saving,
efficiency-multiplying, health-building service
in a given length of time than anything you can
The automobile is the most efficient private servant that
man has ever built for himself. It Is ready to go at a.
moments notice. It does not have to be watched. It goes
ovefany route. It runs on no schedule except the owner's
win. it neips mm to entertain his friends and business
associates. It takes his wife and daughter out shopping,
calling, or to the theater. It takes the whole family out
into the country In the sunshine and fresh air, giving
them enjoyment and health. It is so durable that it out
wears a locomotive, so comfortable that old people and
babies can ride in it for hours without fatigue.
For Si too vou can buv a servant that will rV, all thru
things for you and many more. What else could you buy
for Jtsoo that would give you as much pleasure and as I
much profit as this motor car? .Twenty horse and car- j
riages could not do it for you, nor one thousand railroad I
trips. In fact, there is no other way except with la motor 1
car that you can live this life and have these pleasures. I
Does Jijoo seem like a, large price to pay for this service? f
ll't a Gnat Pltatur to Bail J
Even the man who builds a
really good car at tremendous
expense is happy In doing it.
But how much greater is the
happiness of the man who
builds a really good car at
reasonable expense, to sell at
medium prices, like the Chal
mers! That man has a right
to be happier than the other
because he has done a greater
thing. He has the satisfaction
of offering people the same
kind of service and enjoyment
for a lower price. That's
something a strong man can
take pride in.
The designing of the Chal
mers "30" was a two years'
task. Our designers ook ad
vantage of all the most ad
vanced ideas of both European
and American builders. This
car unquestionably has been
the most successful car of its
The Chalmers "30" Is the car
that won the 1910 Glldden
Trophy in competition with
cars twice its price and power.
The Chalmers "30" has
never been defeated in any im
portant contest by a car of its
own price and horse power.
Any man who wants a car
for service and does not re
quire extreme power or seating-capacity
for more than five,
'will find every requirement an
swered in this wonderful car.
The 1911 models are on ex
hibition at our. showrooms.
We shall be glad to give you a
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD., HONOLULU
11 'IT ;iii '
.V ' CHALMERS MOTOR COMPANY, (.Detroit, Michigan.
1 (Llemngtd mnJtt StlJtn Patent)
Is the kind we bought for our Winter demand. The goods
ns now shown in the store fill every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPING GARMENT for Children
is the newest article we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. See thcline, and the
garments will sell themselves. These goods are priced in
this store as they are in New York, Chfcago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO
Coner King and Bethel Streets.
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among the articles we are showing are DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you see this display.
We invite you to call, t
Hug Wo Tai & Co.,
Have You Thought About
Decorating Your c
(G old Ink
With nny 0110 of tlicso' J""1
can nuko the irettlpnt IIOl. l"
1AY Oll-T nt tho least cost.
Le wers & Cooke,
f Ask Us About Them
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEf 7 MONUMENT WORKS .
Kimx Street, Near Alakea
Phone 3( 85 P. 0. Box 401
Will do it
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eyo, Ear, Nose. Throat. 1150 Ala
kf street (opposite Royal Hawaiian
Hotels. Hours: 0-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024. r
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Best in the Market
041 Nuuanu, near King St.
u Phone 1271
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