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I regal- shoes ll SSpbep S I DRESS IN STYLE f 1
No other ready-to-wear shoes stand
up under the cbntinual strain of every
day wear as Rcgals do.
We should like to supply the business
men of this town with stylish, snug
fitting, long-wearing Regals. You'll
find Rcgals comfortable, serviceable
satisfactory in every way.
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REGAL SHOE STORE,
King and Bethel Sts
Kills Lice, Ticks, Fl, Mlteu cures Mange, Scabs, Ring.
worms, Scratches, tie.) destroys Disease Germs, and drives away
THE IDEAL DIP,
Benson, Smith Co.
The nexall Store ..... Fort and Hotel Streeti
Weekly Bulletin, $l Year
Complete Their Work With
Honor and Graduate On
Tho t'linnlinu Prepaintory school
holds Its closing exercises at Clitis It
IIIhIkip llnll tomorrow (Wednesday)
morning, ut linlf uiHt nine. Thin pio
gram, nlwuA of Interest to frlendx of
Punnhoii and of tho graduating class
In particular, has tho timuil com
Ilesldcs tho well-prepared nnajs by
selected members of tho graduating
class, other literary selections and
music, tlicrc v. Ill bo tho premutation
of tho class gift and tho gUing of tho
dlplomns by t'rlnclpal Pitts Tho list
of tho clnsB, almost everyone of whom
will enter Oahu College In tho Tall, Is
glcn In full below:
Herbert Dickenson Ilnldwln, Maud
Thclma Hallentyne, Llewellyn (Icorgo
Ilertelmann, Kathrync lllako, Ahngnll
Mary Rromley, Arthur William
Ilrown, Cordon Denny Drown, George
Knbalewiil Campbell, Norn llnpalke
koa Canipbcll, Alfred llartwell Carter,
Cleo Anita Case, William Antonc
Coney, Ocorgo Malcolm- Coney, Joseph
I'latt Cooke, Jr., Ilernard Hopper
Damon, Joseph Itlder Karrlngton.
Mnry Llllas Torrcst, I.awrouco (lay,
Allecn I.lllnoo Glbb, lMltli Llllnnn
Olbb, Jullotto Agnes Henderson, Whlt
son Chup Hong, Dorothy Maxwell
Moors, Slelln Hoogs, Jnnics Ho On,
Robert Sanderson Horno, Catherine
Hay Jones, Cathcrlno Kerr, Ctnudo
Itlehard King, Laura Ionise I.ow, Kim
Wal Lum, Francis lllnkoly McStockor,
Joseph Ilertrum Mclnccke, rtamona
Frances Morgan, Stanley Mott-Smlth,
Sdney Gcorgo Nicholson, Philip Av
ery 0cnden, Knfhcrlno rOurs Paris,
William Johnson Paris, Kong Tnl
Pong, Hester Prntt, Gcoigo Mcdclros
Qulntnl. Violet Moylo Itlcknrd, Gor
trudo Kulamanu niplcy, Howard Hall
Hcovlllo, Mil) hello i:clyn Taylor, Hil
da Karen an Holt, David Samuel
WadBViorth, Ida Johanna Wchsclau,
Helen Klnau Wilder, Mclo Kalaauala
Williams. Present registration GS.
Following Is tho program:
Imncatlon .... Hov. Itobort V. Smith
Tinkers' Chorus from "Ilobln Hood"
Jane Addains Itamona Morgan
Onn Day at Panama .llartwell Carter
Violin Trio Cathcrlno Jones,
Philip Chondcn, Rlnkoloy McStocker
Accompanist, Hdltli (Hub.
Tho Broken Tubi Illla von Holt
Slher Sword Maybello Taylor
Declamntlon "Tho Illslng of 1776"
Joseph II Fnrrington
An livery-day Kxpcrlcnco of a Dis
trict Nurso t'ntlicrlno Korr
Tho Work of tho Hawaiian Planters'
Association .... J I'latt Cooke, Jr.
Hoy Scouts Helen Wilder
Declamation "A Resetting Sin" ..
Original folk-torn "Knwalkl'B
Story" Stella Hoogs
Light-Houses In Hawaii .. ..
"Fays and IlUes" from "Martha" .
Ole Aaron Shot, whose wife died
Monday, wuz married agin last night.
When th' boys went down I' bell him'
he come t' ill' door an' said, "Shnmo
on you. Don't yoU know ther wuz a'
funeral hero not four days ago?" It's'
wonderful how well Informed th' aver
age loafer is.
Hawaiian Opera House
Sunday, June 25,
at 7:45 p.m.
W. D. McCrackan, M.A.,
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of Tho Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, In
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This fs the most impor-
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first arrivals, and de
pend on our judgment.
Pure Silk Socks,
at 50c per pair
sav c-' wu
Preparatory School Chorus
Class Gift Presented by William
Coney, ClasB President.
Presentation of diplomas.
Class Day exercises, planting of
clnsa tree, and clam pIcoUMinder Pu
naliou Spring Pergola tills afternoon
at 1 o'clock. .
Pretty Pedagogues for Honolulu.
Tho Mntson Navigation lurk It P
Illtlict which now twclvo days out
from San Franclsc'i Is reported is
bringing down n hunch of pretty Pa
cific Coast vchnol teachers who pro
pose spending their vacation In tho
Islands. Tho joung Indies took p iia-
ago In tho William 11 Mnrston which
met with dlsnstcr just after leaving
tho coast. Tho Itllliet Ik bringing n
dupllcatn cargo supplloii tho Mnrston,
1 tho hulk of which will hu dlsihnigt-d
nt Pearl Harbor
The nerago analysis of fresh cows'
mill! la about ill follows:
Milk sugar 4.1
Salt and Ash ,..' 4
"3 C" Dry W'lioln Milk H mado by
removing only the water fiom pure
unskimmed milk No foreign imbalance
whatever is ndded Therefore, when
wo restore the wntrr to "tU" Dry
Whole Milk wo have ull tho constitu
ents o( puro frcsli milk.
This pioduct Is not a substitute for
milk It is milk. It Is not to bo ton
fused with so-culled ''Malted Milks" or
other patent foods width aro prepared
principal! from cereals.
Tho burnt tusto and color noticeable
In condensed milks aro not found ill
thlt. product. For ciiml food value It
lins less thuti emu-fourth thu weight of
commercial condensed milks. It keeps
In any cllm.ito and Is not affected by
Dry Whole Milk
Is packed In i lb., 1 lb , 5 lb. and 45 lb
Metal Cans with Friction Covers
It will revolutionise the whole Canned
Tuesday, June 20, to Saturday,
To Demonstrate the Wonderful
DRY WHOLE MILK
I ITXYQ The Family
wdlv Y 1 3 Grocer
King Street, near Fort
All Hand Work
SHOES CALLED FOR AND
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE OTri-rc
Berelanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Fort Street Near Berelanla
FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE 8ALE
of all goods on hand
MONDAY, JUNE 5, to JUNE 17
Mrs. S. F. Zeavc,
x 68 Young Buildinn
Importer Fort St
INSIST ON HAVING
Pau Ka Hana
FOR YOUR HOUSE
Successors to Shaw L Seville
KING STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P, O. Box 491
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Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS COOD
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