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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, TUE3DAY, DEC. 12, 1911.
Hcrc'i ttio fshoo yon have been rending so much about
In the magazines the "Hoy Scout" the shoe thnt hnl
taken the country by storm. Never has a shoe created
so much excitement never has a shoo created such a
sudden tremendous demand as the creat "Boy Scout"
Shoe now In town and ready (or your inspection.
Wonders for Lively
"Hoy 8couts" are the "classiest" shoes ever
made for rough and tumble wear. They outwear
twoor three palrsol ordinary shoes, jusi
ticket (or baseball, running. Jumping or
any outdoor sporty Every boy who bus
ecu lucm is crazy iur a pair.
Tlie "BOY SCOUT' Shoe
The soles are made from Elk Sole
Leather the toughest and best solo
leather there Is. Our secret process
of tannage makes them wear from two
to three times as longus common soles.
Amlthey're the best shoe you could
get (or your (eel, too. They're made
especially (or growing feet and (eel
fine the minute you put them on. The
uppers are made (rom Elk Skin Leather
and are as soft as cloves. There
are so linings to rip apart, tear
iinna luck inarm
Scout" Shoes you buy. And It's a dandy. Looks something
like the picture in the corner i( this ad, only it Is bright
and shiny, like a gold piece and it stays bright, too. Makes
fine prize for winners of ball games, races, etc. .
"Hoy Scouts" are selling fast, lletter call right away; If
you don't you'll have to wait until we can send tor more.
Prices: Boys, $2.75; Mn's, $3
M'lNERNY SHOE STORE
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any description
PAPER A SUPPLY CO, LTD.
fort and Queen Streets
- ti0. Q. GUILD
Ad. in the
Phone 1 884
;:IkIU IoIm im IMnu. Kticct, near 12tli
iiml IMitiiiumi lliuil Mf-miw, I'urtly
ilniriil flurliiH view, $100 each, lUty
l-.i.uncm. mi luii-reM.
50 Small llmiKii nml Lot COxlOO on
Ki'linurlc Tinct, Niiiuinu Valley.
$1000 To-lt'druiim House urid Lot
mi Kiiuklnl .Street. (10x70.
Tliii'flHMlruiiin IIiiiik.iIiiiv nn Pulolo
Itoail I-'iiniMied. Jtn; iiiifiirnlnlii.il, 30,
P. E. R.
74 8. Kina 8treet
We deal In listed and unlisted secu
rities of all kinds. Oakland Realty Svn.
dicate 6 certificates at 95. Oakland
Traction Preferred vV. E. LOQAN el
CO- Room 17, Daeon Block, Oakland,
FOR RENT A six. room house ultli
IwirlnB vineyard 1!1 pvr nlli
A tii-iit mIx-Hhiiii rntliigu m-iir town,
nt I'liliiinn Jli; ner ninnlli,
Hi.ii-Iiiiim, fiiur-lieiliiiiim bouse In lino
FOR 8ALE rino lotH nt Nminmi
Viilky, I'liliinm nml Knlllil.
J. H. SCHNACK. 137 Merchant Street
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for California
and New Yorkt NOTARY PUBLIC)
Grants Marriage License Draws Mort
gages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases,
Wills, etc Attorney fop the District
Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST, HONO
LULU. MHONE 1M4.
2185 riiltnrliil mom 2250
huklnrmi ofllrc Tlii-e 11 r Hie tele-lilimii-
iiiniihi"i. of Hit. l 1 1 v I u.
the Shoe that
your stockings and hurt your feet.
"Hoy Scouts" are the coolest and
most healthful shoes you could buy.
The soles are put on so Rood you
can't pull them loose no matter how
rough you are.
Just tell your folks about them.boys.
They'll want you to have a pair.
Maybe yout pa will want a pair, too.
Ask him to bring you In and look at
them himself. He'll be just as de
lighted as you are.
"You get a Swastika"
rnr.r. Good Lucie charm
DO YOU KNOW ADOUT OUR
A Savings Account can be open
ed with us for one dollar, and
we give you a Bank for your
. . . home .
TIic-hp little linnkH nrc n
gnat li li hi h.ivImuj. Let
Hi tell you morn itlmut
tin-in mid liiiu- vh pay
Illtlll-Ht nn ili-posltH ,
BANK OF HAWAII, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus $1,000,000
Total Resources. .$ 79,940,000
Losses Paid 1167,91 1,536
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
General Agents, Territory of Hawaii
What is the use of paying
for a participating policy when you can
buy a non-participating policy for only
at a lower rate?
923 Fort Street
Jas. W. Pratt
REAL E8TATE, INSURANCE,
Slang. nwald Building
s j "vx v
Stock and Bond Brokers
83 MERCHANT STREET
Phone 148U - P. 0. Box 528
Honolulu Stock Exchange
Tuesday, Dec. '12.
0 Drawer A Co
Kwa Plantation Co a)l
llawallar Axrlc. Co 12'"
Haw. Com & Suk Co. .. i,o!i
Hawaiian Sugar Co 145
Hnnomil SiiKa, Co ....
I -io J
Honoksa fluent Co i MX
Hutchinson Sugar Plant
Kahnku Plantation Co .
Kkahn BiiKai Co
Koloa Sugar Co
McUryde Sugar Co
pahu Sugar Oe
Onomea Sunar Co
Ola Sugar Cu Ltd
Ptaubau Huiwr Plant Co
Pacific riuaar Mill
f'ala Plantation Co
Pepeken Sugai Co
Plnneer Mil Co
Walalus ,wi-:o. Co
Wailuku Hiinyr To
Walnianulii UiiKar Co. ...
WaJmea Bugar Mill Co. ..
Inter-lslind Sleatn N. Co
Hawaiian Electric Co. ..
Hon. R.T. L Co.Pref
Hon.-K. T.tLCo. Com.
Mutual Telephone) Co. . ,
Oo.hu R. ft U Co
Illlo R. LCo.. Pfd
Hllo R R. Co, Com.,..
linn. U. M. Co i.
Hawaiian Irr. Co, Ltd...
Hawaiian Pineapple Co .
Tanjon Olok K.C.. pd up
l'ahang Rub Co. (Pd)..
Pahang " (Asa. iOX Pd)
IUw.Ter.4X (Mr CI.)
Cut. Reet Rug. A Ret. Co t
Hon. Gas Co, Ltd., 6s..
Hamakua Ditch Co.,
Haw. Irr&tn. Cc. ta
Haw. Com. A Hag. Co. 6
Hllo R. It Co.. Iibiie 1901
HlloR.Il. Co, Con. 6X ..
Honokaa Sugar Co.. t ..
Hon. n. T. ft I. Co 6X ....
Kauai Ity. Co. 63
rtohala Ditch Co. 6s
McDryde Sugai Co. tt ...
Mutual Tel. 6a
Oahu fl. A J.. Co. 5
Oahu Sugar Co BX
Pac. Rug. Mill Co. a . . . .
Ftonear Mill Co. i ... .
Walalua A grin Co. iX . .
SAI.i:S llclwci'li Hoard: 7fl Otthn.
32.12tr&: 30Oallll. 32.lJV4: M Wlll-ulii-i.
SllS; t, Keknhi, 2:'.1: 1R Haw.
Pino. Co. $11.50.
Si-islrn SjIpk: 13 Oahu, 32.12V4: 1
Oahu. $32.I2V4: 23 On1-!!. M2.12H; 23
Oahu, :I2.12&; 1C Ouhil, V1.VM; 10
Oahu. S32.12K: 5 Oahu, S32.12V&: 7
H. C. & S. Co.. $1(1.23.
Latest sugar quotation!
$38.75 per ton.
Snar 4.8375 els
Bee's, 16s II 1-4
ttENItV WffiUOUSl IIS'HO.
Member nino!n'n Stock and Bond
fORT AND KF.RCHANT SIKEZT8
IT0CK8 AHD BONDI
Trent Trust Co.,
efJCMBEB H0NCLUID 8T0CX AJTO
Giffard k Roth
1T0CK iND BOND BB0ETBJ
Veinbtrt Honolulu Stock tsd Bond
SUngenwald Bldg., 102 Merchant St.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Information Furnished and Loans
837 KAAHUMANU STREET
FOR ANYTHING IN
OLIVER G. LANSING
80 Merchant Street
Our sanitary vvaRonn lx our beit nil-vertlii'ini-nt
Our enamel unlxl-cd cold
HtnriiK" can not bn uxct-llnl, nml our
(HhUIUmI water mid Ico xpi-ak for them-
OAHU ICE & ELECTRIC CO.
LOCAL 4ND GENERAL
Sco the Nova.la (lolil llrlcki nt An
It gova without Buying that every
tlilnfi la Best nt Thn b'ui-ure
The 1912 Culcndur Pads liavo ar
rived und may bt- found at the 11 u 1 1 e
1 1 11 oillce.
Tlib llonnliilii Pholn Kip l C11, I
kpep tholr fctoro oii I'Wiilii-si until
German, l'i)itiiii('o and KiikIIsIi
ChrlstinaH cards nt llcuklunu, thu I'll
srnvcr, Fort sttt-et.
Homo-muck- inlncctnvat for t'lnlst
maa now leiuly nt Mra Kt-arim', 471
llvretnnln. Phone 3332.
If you want a good Job dune 011 an
unto or carriage tuke it to Hawaiian
Currluge Mfg. Co. 427 tjuccn SL
For distilled water, lllie'a Rout
llt-er mid ull other iuuilur drinks,
ring up phone 2171. Consolidated
Tnyn mid holiday coods nt llonulilil
Dry (lood Co., Hotel xtn-ct, at lout-it
liu-cs, Juki sec them, iiml uc kIvp
urccn Btainiis, too.
i:rrybody ahoilld IhII Wall, Nich
ols Co., Ltd , mid liun'c.'t tlu-lr i-ncirm-oua
Mock of hooka, toya and holiday
glftn. They ure upcii every nlKlit un
til Xinaa. '
The ladles of St. Cleinonl's Cull I
call uttviillon In their sale of dn-srol
lulls to he held on Fill v moruiii)!
at nine o'clock nt the Aria ami Craftc
Kli'ip, Yoiiiik ballillim.
Thu olllcu of tho Win lens open
011 week ilajH trniii 7 a. m to fi.3ii
) in. nlli! 011 HiitidlJH fiimi 8 In. 10
u. 111. For tho receipt o( vhlpi iiioh
naKCi tho oinco Ik open every day un
til II p. 111. :
Tho I.urllnc is hriiiKhii; down freight
for other pints liicliiillui; 320 tonx for
K11I111I11I mill G3 for Port Alh-u. Thcp
aro five nutna and a lew lie Id ol
horses. Fifty-seven paswiiKem will
leave tho vcxxcl at this port.
County liKlneep Soiitliuurlh of ll.i
wall'hua completed the 111.nn mid daliv
deslreil by tlio Hii;iervlsliiK -nelillect
In WnPhliiKton In regard t 1 the Illlo
federal IiiiIIiIIiik alto The liifornt'i
tlon, iiceoinpaiiled by n I 't rf photo
irrni.hs, has none forward b. mall. '
For tho iuriorc of formliiK n Cn-
iiivru Club, youthful picture llenda will
meet tomorrow ut 7:31) o'clock at
the Y. M. C. A. In Cooke Hall. Funds
with whlrh to lit up a daik room have!
recently been upprnpi lated. A com
mlllee to I10 named at tomorrow
ovciiIiir'b meeting will Invc all dc
tnllx In cliarKo. I
HiiKlneer W. F. Mnrlln. of tho U. S.
Geological Survey, 1s ut work on nica
siiremcntH of tho umli.TKroiiiiil water
supply of Oahu. Ho wilt attempt lo
pet the, nicnaurpj)iCttlqr.fvuigltv' of
an me wens aun -springs on me iki
..., ill., a ...!. 1... ..
nml. HIh IlKiirM 'when ' complete an-
expected In glvo unfairly uccurala ex-
tlinntc of the nvallali e w iter.
Claiming fin.ftOO iiauuvea, Alonzuli
I viz ycsteiday filed-n-sult unalmit the
l.ord-Youiis KiiKlneerlni; ciiniuny in
connection with nil accident '.; sun
tallied while worklug as a Lb iter on
Ilia Hllo bn-akwntor. The ulalutlrf
alleges thai n lock w.ia nlliui-,1 in
fall on him through tho eirelesxiiiwa
of mi engineer enipio;pi liy the com
IMiiy. Tho Hawaiian TniBt cominiiy wis
allowed two jcarx inoro by the c u t
A'Kteriljy hi which to sell tho I 'mi a
springs properly belonging to the
tooth extale and for wh cli tl.o leglx
latino uppropilntcil )100,0m. Tin
company in n petition nllegeil that If
a forced Haiti were inado the rein nx
'voii, not pay tho debts of the ex
ale hut that within twelve or eight
een nionthx tho Ten Ito y would have
money to buy thu witter rights.
Attention! Members Honolulu
Chumbcr of Commerce. Tito S. S.
L'iaudllio has oeen chartered by the
Chamber Tor a trip to I'eail llniboi
Tliursduy. Deiemhei 14, lull, und will
accomiKtny thu the U. H. FlagBhlp
Caliroinla to her anchorage in ivarl
Harbor on thut date, leaving the lu-ter-lxluiid
wharf, foot of Niiuanii
xtreet, ut U.ir, u in. The ciillru nc
comiuoilutlonx of tho Bteumer have
been reserved for the Chamber of
Common e; each member lx entitled
to bring onu lady. President Spald
ing hopi-H that every member limy
luako the trip. I'leaati nollfy thn sec
letnry, teleihomi 2315, before fl p, m.,
Wednesday, Detimlier 13, 11)11,
Klielhur you will go or not. Ily order
ol the Chamber of Commerce 8pi-cl.il
l'earl Harbor Kxctirslon Committee,
.lames A. Kennedy, J. It, Unit, II. 1'.
I'our-roiim i-oltnge nt IStfiO Young HI.
STOP PAYING RENT
A. H. DONDERO,
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 2553
$500 to $15,000
BUY A LOT IN
KAIMUKI LAND CO.
i QaH iiy feaJaRg I . M L J
npHE one important thing in giving Christ
mas presents to a man old or young .
is to give something he really wants; that's
really the important thing in giving to anybody.
The one difficult thing, with a man, is to
find out what he really wants. You can't find
out from him; he either won't say, or he
doesn't know what he wants; "doesn't want
Just come in here soon and look over a store-full ol
things rhat he'd like to have without asking him any questions.
Straws Felts, Panamas
Special holiday assortment,
25c to $3.00
Any of .these are good. If he doesn't own a good bath
robe,. lor Mistance, there's a hixiny he'll enjoy. Good neckwear
is always acceptable; any of these personal, intimate belongings
are good. We'll show ymi a lot of nice things that we can't
take room here to tell about.
SILVA'S. TOGGERY, LTD.,
"The Store (or Good Clothes"
KING STRKKT, NKAK I'ORT
Schaffher & Marx
or overcoat, $20
Gol'jrtgtil Hart hieli&tluQr X Marj
fancy, plain, evening dress,
$1.-50 to $10.00
Necktie and Hose
to match .
in leather case
$1.50 to $3.50
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