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Big Reductions In Ali
For One Week Only
Original cost nnd present valuc entirely disrepnrded. Here
nrc a levy of the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVENETTE .COATS '
rormur l'rlrcs. ...I1G.0U $17.50 $18.r.O $a0.00 $25.00 $32.00
Itcdu'cd to 9.00 11.60 12.50 13i50 15.00 18.50
LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
rnrmer l'rlres $12.50 $15 00 $17.50 $10.50 $20.00
Reduced to 7.50 0.C0 10.50 10.00 11.50
LADIES' PONGEE AND CLOTH COATS
nrmcr l'rlics $10.50 $1S.0() $25.00
Reduced to 0.00 11.00 15.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Pornicr Pile.. $5 (10 $0.50 $7.50 $0.00 $10.50 $12 50 $15.00
Reduced to.... 3.75 4.00 5.75 0.50 7.75 9.25 11.00
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES
Former lrkcH..$5.00 $0.50 $8.00 $0.50 $12.50 $11.00 $22.50
Reduced to 3.50 5.00 G.OO G.50 7.50 8.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSAIlINE DRESSES
runner rrlccs $25.00 $ro.oo $:15.00
Reduced to 18.00 21.00 25.00
Former I'll ea $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 $2.50 $3.00 $::.50
Reduced to 1.25 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25 2.50
GIRLS' DRESSES, White md Colored BIG REDUCTION SALE-
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Where you can find almost everything you
may want for agift.
Christmas without Toys for the children
would not seem like XMAS to them.
COME AND SEE THE VARIETY
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott fc Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
.aitlNNKU AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
',, Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
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Hawaii Board of Liquor Com
missioners Turns Down
SkiIiI llulli'llii Cirri xiii(I(Ihi )
IIII.O, Dec J7 Thu lltunl r l.l
l"r Conimlsilonor hcM IIh semi mi
mini mootlns H'slcid.iy urtciuoou. mid
turned ilon n every ono of llio four
applications which had lii'cn lmiilo t(i
It for iioiiminoiit licenses.
Thoio protein were Chairman Miilr,
iSccietury Huftis I.) man uud Coiunilfl
shiners llormr unci Ork.
Hefoio liny llionso win taken up.
Iliu piotcst was road from lift three
llllu residents who objected to tho
KimitliiK to mi iiioro licenses of any
kind for llllii.
A protest was nlo leeched fiom
Mutineer Lawsou of Hie (Ja)cty Thoa
tic, as follows-
"I. llio uiiitcri.lRiicit, ilo liorcliy pro-,
ll'Ut IlK.llllSt lllU ISKUIIIICO Of Ik lllIHir
license to iiiiu Tom . Kim, applicant
for a saloon license ncioss the street
from tlio (la)ot) Tlicatie, iccIIuk that
thoio me ciioiirIi Bullions In that lo
Another piotcst wns received from
Chief Hanitarj Olllccr Hon man, up
"Allow me to enter n protest nRalnst
the Irsiilm; of any more Kaloon II
cuircs In the town of 1 1 llo. From or
xiin.il, oIiHcrvatlon, 1 consider that we
huve far too man) saloons ulreud) "
Tho first application taken up was
that of Tom Y. Kim, who wanted to
establish a saloon lu tho place, uon
occupied l) thu .Mis. Akaua cuilo
"Did wo not til ii previous meeting
pais a lesolutlon to thu effect thai
mi inoio licenses should bo Riantcd In
Ullo?" asked Homer.
I.ymaii Informed him that such a
reroliitloii had been passed al the
liitrlliij; last February.
"Then I moe that (lie application
bo rojected." Bald Horner, and tho inn
tlon carried uimnlmously.
Tho application of U Kauai for n
wholesale llcensu for n placo on ltlch
Unison street, between IlrldRU ami
l'ltinl i-tiiets, was next taken up. I.I
censo Inspector Fetter rcHirlcd that
tliero had been no specific objection'
made to the Rr.mtliiR of this llcensu
but the general objection referred to-
nbovu nuisl bo considered. Hornor
slated that ho tlioiiRht that llio rulu
lVnilo lait February covered this case
also. Ilu moved that tho application
ho not Kr.inU.d, and this carried miaul
Tlio application of Yosliltmo Nlshl
junto for a bccniiil class hotel license
for tho Miitiiuu hotel, caused more
Ilorjier called attention lo tlio fact
that (lie law prohibited thu RrautliiK
of a lie i'iio owing to tho pioxlmlty of
the hotel to tlio Salvation Army hall
Tho b.illdliiRs weio only thirty feet
Molr added thai It was not on no
ttiitnt of any class discrimination on
his part that llio application was turn
ed down, but on in count of tliu provl
slou of tho law mentioned by Homer
Ilu spoku lilKhly of tho applicant
whom ho had known for many jcirs
and laid tticss on tho fact that thu ro
fusal was not iiiado because ho was a
.1. fl. ticrrn was israiiled n ono da
llcensu to nil liquor at tho rncu track
when the Nuw Year races tnko placo
The appllcitlon of Aid for a saloon
license at Naalehii was tho subject
of much discussion. Akl some tlmu
neo had a lld'iisu, but an application
for u renowal wns refused at tho last
Only Fifty Per Cent of Maui-
itcs Appear to Take
Only fin per cent of the nppll
runts for public lands on Maul ap
peared at tlio drawltiRH that wore
held ro cully on tlio Island by Com
missioner of Public Lands Marston
Campbell. This pcrcentiiRo of de
linquent tipullcntloiis applies to thu
hoiiicntcadliiR lauds of KaliaKuloa,
Wiillua and Kniipo.
Of the elRlity-onc applications re
ceived, but fort) appeared at tho
drnwIiiRs, What was considered to
lie a Rood excuse for non-appearance
was received from only tlireo of tlio
Hawnllans are In tlio majority
air o up tlio'c tnkliiR up lands under
the new linmcslcailliiR provisions.
" BILL WILL PASS
WASIIINHTON, I) C, Dec. 3. "1
.Hive ever) reason to believe tlio Sen
ile will pais tho ocean mall bill by
a derisive majorlt)," said Senator
vlnllliiRcr of 'New Hampshlro today.
Tho QallliiRor bill. provldliiR n mull i
ulisldy, is before tlic Sonato us tin I
finished business, and will coiuo up
immediately upon tho convening of
"Tliorc will uo no onori to iiusn
tho ini'iiHiiru before the holiday ro
d's," said llio Senator. "After tlio
reassembling of CoiiRrcss, In Jiinii
irv, i will bo taken up.
"Tin. itrnsntil 1111 ! Mntitt,.ii1 Willi
tho otic passed by tho Senate March
20. 1DU8, and whkh failed In thu
llouc by tlireo votes. Kvcry urpii-
nient that wns used In favor of this
bill lu 11108 is valid now."
Lenhardt's Delicious Candies
In beautiful boxes, wrapped in Holly Paper and
tied with Christmas Ribbon. 1-2 lb to 6 lb. boxes
We have never had Christmas
Candy so attractively boxed
Salted Almonds, Pecans, Stuffed Dates & Figs
Caley & Co.'s English Bon-Bon Crackers
The man who shoots off his mouth
never runs out of ammunition.
it s: n tt tt n :: :: t: t: t: t: :: ti :: n
nieclliiR of thu llpaid, nml Ak was
uinkliiR another effort for u license,
luils ItoRcrs representing him as his
Molr said that ho had heard many
Btntcinciils from Kau it'oplo nbout
this prosisltlon. nnd ho w.ih of llio
opinion that the .llcinsc should mil be
gran I ed. ' "
IloRers Mild Hint tho charges imidu
against AM weio serious. Molr had
ho said, nt n former meeting staled
that a certain Hawaiian's wlfu hid'
been iljiink for hl days lu Akl's si
loou, nnd Hint she had died soon after
Unit spiec. Molr said that liu bad
mentioned no names, as ho knew of
no such parlies lu Kau. lingers want
ed to know who had been Molr's In
formant, when Wolturs stepped In
with tlio stall incut that ho had seen
women drunk nt tho placo. It was
finally decided to turn down llio ai
pllcatlon. Fetter wim asked how tlio license
holders vvero conducting. Ilu answer
ed that he bad no complaints to make.
"I want to ask tho wholcsalo deal
ers here to avoid helling liquor to,
blind' pigs," said .Molr, "to plaeua
whl( Ii they knew to bo blind pigs. I,
want tho wholesalers to help us lo
carry out tho law."
Hmlth wanted to know when the.
Hoard would held Its next meeting, as
an application would bo mado In the
veiy near fuliiio for another license
for Knil. Molr advised Smith to have
his client tako all tho necessary steps,
when tlio Hoard would tnko up tho
application nt Kb first opportunity
Henry May (Sit Co., Ltd.
PAPA STANDS IN STREET
AND SHOUTS IT'S TWINS
Bay . Stater, 63 Years Old,
Adds Two to Family, Mak
ing It Sixteen Children.
IIOSTON, Dec. 1. Patrolman Jos
eph Keavcr was Mnrtlcd In Wost
Newton Sqiiaio b) thu sudden outcry
of ii man who had both hands In tho
ill r and was shouting lustily. Tlio po
liceman believed Iho ecltcd citizen
was being pursued by thugs, and
readied for his ilub and ran toward
tho shooter. Ah he approached clos
er hu recogn ed Ilia man as William
Armltngu, n resident of tho village.
"What's thu matter?" nsked llio
"Nothing's tho matter," shouted
Aruiltngo. nil nut of breath "It's
good news. 1 am 63 )oars obi 'and
us fine twins as you over saw arrived
l my house Oils morning." I
Tho now arrivals are a boy and hV'W
gill Armllnco Is llio father ot six.'
Wi-fllr II n 1 1 c 1 1 n l prr yrar. .
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We offer a stock of elegant
Fancy Boxes of
Others filled with delicious CANDY and GUN
THER'S FRUIT GLACE.
SUPERIOR PASTRY for CHRISTMAS.
GERMAN HONEY CAKE, PEPPERNUTS, MATZ
PAN, PIES and CAKES, TREE ORNAMENTS, TIN
SEL AND BON B0NS FROM PARIS.
Remember the Palm Test is "The Best."
NN0UNCE the receiving of another large shipment of holiday furniture, whichi
has been conveniently arranged on our first floor, so that the best possible
advantages arc offered for the selection of an
Ideal Christmas Gift
For the Home
There arc pieces for every requirement. The price range make possible the selec-
tion of gift furniture representing expenditures from $1.50 and upwards.
All furniture selected for gifts will be delivered when desired.
DKSK I'll. U US
MOIIIIIS till I IIS .
For the Little
Watch Our Windows
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