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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, DEC. 27, 19H.
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MODEL MUNICIPAL PtAN FOR
PUNCHBOWL: KICKERS SATISFIED
"Tim Punchbowl section under the
lilaim lialni; mmle liy tho Territory
now Is K)lni; to lie a model resldcnro
fpciloii tor the p:opto tip there," de
clined. Keprcscntntlvo A. Q. Mnreal
llniijlils Morning. Mr. Mtircnlllno If
ti memlior of tho Hprclnl committee-of
tluco' leiireaeiilliiB tho I'uiiclilmwl
rcnlifentH In ncRotlntlonn with the
Tiifiltory that followed the legislative
net1 In acquire) tho lands from the Kn
Two rniiseli of .confusion nroic In
milking tho extensive' municipal
chanRcn mid Improvements In this
district, olio tho fnllura of the' Ka
plolanl CKtuto nnd the government to
K't tOKcther on tho terms of taking
over the lands, mid the' other the op
position thnt arose among tho people
themselves to having certain si reel 1
cut across their property. Mr, Marc.il
I lino reported this morning thnt both
Rides are working out all right.
I "The Territorial surveyor's plain
for the- streets; sidewalks, mid other
Improvements now ate complete," he
sad), this morning, "and tho 'new
I'utichhowl' M going to lm n splendid
little 'section, Thorniest serious pro
, tests hav'o been' straightened out.
"Just what tho outcome of tho con
troversy with the Knplolanl estate
will be Is not certain. 1 believe, how-
ovor, ithnt the ntlnlr may he nllnwal
to drift nlong until next August, when
the Knplolanl estirtc'n lense expiree
and It will have to give ixisscsslont'i
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. Many
pieces of old furniture and other dis
carded articles went under the nuo-
lldilcoi-'s hammer yesterday U the
annual snlo In the MMintc wing of
the 'r.tpltol. Although most of thoso
had been purchased originally nt
handsome prices, tho sale figures
rnnsfiri fromi 4S cents for a map 10x3
lent showing' Irrigation project! hi
tho west to $40 pnld for a carpet
from tho private' Innd claims coin-
A desk, n bookcase and a chnlr
which. It' was said, had been once.
'usod'hy Henry Clay, were all sold for
less than $10.
, The Inventory of the Inrgcst estntn
ever probated' In Merlden was tiled by
I the executor of the elnto of Walter
Hubbard, The vnluo oftthe mtnte Is
It Pays to Be
PM r.Uli'.'irV'A- iWS
KwBtm? 1 1 ls possible
IwBKtoI these days, but you
wTffi$jiijjjsgf! must have dressy v
lplrrf' shoes. 24. nev speci- m
M$tc!w$SP allyselec- 1
HI ''&E3vjJM t MEN'S. J IK,
WSmi ! ALL AMERICAS ted styles
Ml 'V.M, ATOnATFOKlilEFFXT' J M
wA iW' Mi-ir i list' in..
VA JMilliHiii'Jltil IfcjSH You should , v
m MBHHSmS see them, m
M. Manufacturers' Shoe m
L Co., Ltd. jVW
The annual memorial service for
tho departed biothcrs will ho held
next Sunday afternoon by tho local
order of Klks. The ceremonies will
be mosl Impressive.
The first Sunday In December of
eneliyenr In the day sol apart by tho
Elks to honor thoso who lmvo solved
the unknown beyond, nnd every lodgo
In existence will convene on that day
lor tho service,
Tim services Mils year will tako
place' In tho Hawaiian Optra' House.
lorrin Andrews r chairman of thu
committee which has In charge tho
riirangeiuent of the pingrnm for tin'
sorvlces of the1 present year.
It. O. Mnthcsnn will deliver the ad
dress of the! day, nnd I.orrln Andrews
will deliver tho eulogy, these being
the prlnrlp.il events In tho program.'
Mlltner's orchestra will furnish inn
bIc and one of tho prominent inimical
uumliers Is n Milo by Violinist' Mlltucr
f the IIIJoii. Thu Hololsls nro .MIh'I
Collals and Miss I'nlrwenthcr, both
well mid fnvnrnbly known In musical
ftlrclcs of the city.
The Invocation will ho delivered by
Hev. l.coKdd Kroll) of at. Andrew's
YOU. RISKN0 MONEY
Our Deputation mid .Money, are Hack
of Till-, (lifer.
Wu pay for nil the medicine imed
during tho trial, If our remedy falls to
completely relieve jou or cifiiMlpnthm, I
We tnke nil the risk. You lire not
obligated to us In nny way whatever, It
you accept our offer tmild iinythlng1
be nwro fair, for you? Is there nfiy"
renvoi) why you should hesitate to put.
our claims to n practical test?
A most sclenllllc, coiimion-seim'
100-AND NEVER- KISSED
Cincinnati Spinster Says She
Had Plenty of Chances
treatment Is ttexnll Orderlies, which,
lire eaten like' ciindy. They nre very
prnnouueeil; gentle nnd plcnnttt In lie-1
thin, nndipartlciilarly ngieeable In every
way. They do not cause diarrhoea,!
nnitseai flatulence, griping, or other In-;
convenience, ttexnll Orderlies nrepnr-'
ttculiirly good fur chlldrtn, ngcd and
dellcnte persons. I
Wo urge you to try ltexnll flrdellles
nt our risk. Throe slue. 10e sSi mill,
file. Itemhnilier, you can get ltexall
llcmedlcs In this community only at
our store The, ltexnll Ktarp. Helium,
Hnillli & Co., I.til., V'oit mill Hotel
HAWAIIAN DAY SERVICE
AT OAHU PRISON
Yesterday wns Hawaiian Day at
Oalin I'rlron and a mnt enlhuslaslto
religious servlco was conducted thorn
iMiilor tho Irndcrshlp of .lohii Mm tin.
Mrs. David K. Hoaplll was tho prin
cipal' speaker of thu day. tuning for
her themo tho life of David that was
filled with trlul.t mid trllnllallons,
temptations mid disappointments, mid
how ho could villi find It In his heart
to prnlso Cod. The singing of- tho
prison quartet was a icvchillon to
CINCINNATI. November R. ." I .tiinst I r"- Hoaplll, mt sho had not expected
confess thnt Tor 11 hundred years jtn. fllnln perroel blending of voleon
havii never been kissed-by any per- there.
son uuKlilo of my parentn," snld .Miss) The- Thanknglvlng service that Is
Itnchel Hell of Adumsvlllc today. "I I'clng arranged Is to be especially In
have lived a long life mid have had foresting. ' An address will bo made
plenty of enjoyment. When 1 was a by Mr. Collnls, the now superintend
young girl I went to ninny parties cut of manual training, ami tho Kn
uliil dances. We nlways had iv good mehamehn hoys will sing.
time, and I nlways went without nny
of what you call 'spooning in It. I
hud plenty of chances to iiiurry, but
1 could never llud a man I loved, so
lmvo iilways remained single."
Today Miss Hell celehrnled her hun
dredth miiilversary at Adumsvlllc,
where she, was born mid still lives.
Miss !lol. maintains that, irlthoiigh sho
has never been kissed, sho was a
comely miss In her youth.
Chief Justice Willie or the Supreme
Court of the United Ktnteii has cele
brated Ills sixty-sixth birthday. A bou
ipict In front of' his seat on the bench
marked the occasion. " "
-BULLETIN ADS M
DIPHTHERIA ON KAUAI
Diphtheria on the I't.lml (if Kauai Is.
iiccordlngl to nn -otllclnl nnuoiincemenl
by the Hoard. of-llealth, now 11 thing of
tho past.,' f,ulturvMlinve been reeelvrt
which have nil prcd negative mid
conseiiuently Ye, 1'rnlt wirelessed that
the iitiarantlneisbbnld be removeil.
WntiiieA'mul Hmuipepe have been the
two centers frjim which the cases'
spi-eadj nsi the' one nt Mnl-iwcll was
traced to the latter School. I
It Isn't umtsiptb, for n tactful liar to
nnvo a comcnieii who.
i )un win 11 IWHP immutrm m wniif
I llV isfLvf i sM El
is a' day of family reunions., With a fat turkey as .a piece
de resistance the family, gathers 'round the table" and in
dulges unreservedly in comradeship and the bounteous
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. This store is prepared to provide all the dainties
and'tlelici'tcies that'iiVs'ure ah'aVnple, siiccesslVil"ahil
glorious least. NOTE THKSE ITKMS:
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(Curtice Bros. "Pleasant Dreams" brand in glass jars.)
Sweet Piekled Fruits
California Fruits and- Vegetables in season
Caley's Art Decoration Crackers or Bon Bons
Oysters Eastern or California Cocktail
Henry May & CayLtd.
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The Mest pf thf Syitpt
Is wliat it will cost me to bjuild rriy hoise. You can: figure to a pennjr in
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Because; youiave no grading, rocks or cesspooll to run your lot into big rnqney. You have
ee?ythiig : Sswqrs, Water, Gas, Cert Sidewalks, Electricity, and EavedLStreets
Lots; 60x130; Easr Terms
'Come in and see the plans, for the new- houses that are going to be-built in
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83 Merchant St