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COHPffllS A: - 'KV r r? rn rn g . . . ;, ; . -.- '.- ' "! ' . ' ' ':'- :. . V,-. "V- ...'..'.' v. . ...;.;-.'" V' ' " ' l . r" "' ' ' " ' . .- 1 J 1 , ' V 3 Tbcivs wnn bully new jtocmIk hero in tlio lino of Haberlasli'rv and Mon's FurnishinsK havo yon m-n them? - and more aro on the way. Soon we'll be completely stocked with the very finest article in these lin s you have. ever seen, and we will sell them at the same prices you are asked to pay for only mediocre good- .Uewhcre. .Tint fr instance. "LIKLY" Lug gage and highest-grade Shirts and Tics and Cravats will lie Jioid her( Cheaper than you pa v for uh advertised "seconds" in many stores. ; MAKE TS PKOVK IT. A Few largaip, too S '., ; tyM hawa number of harainslief t jr;r'tlajj:: f ';.;-'J-'.": 'i-J - 'j ti enimdtd crowd of yclins tren joining thfe national ari of Ha- T-ail t a. promise ox a ne.oay..in: 10 al militia affistTS. .M?' is ircing' to be a csnter In vihlc'h. y'Ul he fo-.ind many of 0t finest; auai men of the cr-j. Captain Walter V. Koib's white corapanyt bb.W recruited to full strenxth. vra 4oly jfaiustSd in Saturday evening,; CoL" John Jones Issnins the orderjafter. rou 'n mnkpr at which tCefifcitreBent uot only the mmber. .f,he ,?iipany but others wiio eaimie to ae. .ana Altorvnrd lolned. '. . By the unanicwU$ Jv&te of tiwS present., the by-la, ofc u& comtany : irer ei aside and CaDt. Xblb wa;au- ' thorized to name the officers, ifcttlt nanlt thst the list IS BOW COR- j.iete as followa. with the eiceptka of one more cook anijan artiflcar: " tl. W Warbnf" lit lieutenant: M. "MaoKa--. . .liieant: L, B. Tteevea. a rtcru.a lot sergeanx. ij. f - uanne-A-0d, B. M. SumnerW. 4 J. Hampton, tod F. W. Wiciimai...sejseaai3: I R. -Williams. J. Vf, Dowdy. A. .T. Lovrc v. AEYeasen. ,LatwrncA4xflaU f ana A. . M. Ersklne. corporals; .Howard ( use and Harold Glllhewr. tattatcjana; i : a ' a ftraca. eoofc l.The. nntt-eoro-; I feaMm-by March 31191 C ' .!o:14lPj' nieirhers. Addreases were , deliver! by Colonel Jones an captain tvoiw, aiitt : 8eTeral moskal . number cort ;..! t (ha imnVpr rtfOKTamf ' ' , j.-Paul' Super has now enrolled; - 30., men and jwra" om v moTe .srnu i ;:itevnn hi niikt of deciaUnx to CQm in.: . Those .who ,hav;fcigned to date art Alexander L4tiiayvrrw8T it. wki H-Hi Lowriei W4 :T. Gay vnor Slane i Stumji.1 augltan aC4n rhey, Ai Horn, rana vopeyjJreu Jackson; O t A Beradt,:lv R tlbby, a An-fharht. Ti: H.t Kiafir. Paoi Lemke. Ti A. ' Htcksi Jamas, i Buchanan JH- Engleinan;JPhiHp kyer.- rcr w PatW TUVArin."Ai : Al Howes.- J.! I. ' Stevensoa, Edgar Methyen Roy Meth t teland Millerjm ewe:uV Charles ; FraUer, Jpnn itognw ana m 1. Garriett. Jy. i-v vThiai thakeSOintheV company J Thirty-one more men 'aTe .needed 'at once ana tnose rwno:arp wuswenuB the matter of Jbining7ar6 urged to make atf immediate ifld favorable de-. ceslon and sigh up.. Trents. of yoong "'men may rest assured'that their sona " wnt h pettinff tnto onlv" sfbod com pany, and -the, personnel of bothlthen white companlearia .-,m& guarantee:i i thia. Whatever. I ioP be idone mugt De done- oy January. -f v i 'J and Practical Presents 1 We .can auppfy gvrr a'f V t.h?iptcWian3p fasting articles ' "" ' ifllt; :'" ,; Fancy, China. lUcnt GlasaisterUnff Vn4; , jriaieu ouver, ait roi ieryf , . urass uooaa,. s v Tn-insure aerfecf sa tt at action. v nbo h ft 1 nowl Use onr sf oraai defeatiment fdr liter i . .lew?. ent.WQnnr t fpecuJ-auenuon; r f ' n ijrs VvHfttPn. -Jiojaef .a wa -s . tcwskod.7 jar. .y 3V r ( fv- ud-avu..- ;nnoip t Ttty-uW, r v. , i mcH cut .class . ..'v..; t:.-..,rv-.-- ivapjKff ,--tMn nowi ytvi. . : 'I'MtlMlVt V ..f v51 T S I-ai- .'AlAiiv'BnAitn '-11 a T - . "-- 'renuDroniaee::;Ele . -C v V i r i thA hiphest mark at the recent bar examinations jsi did.rnw y AM the tliondon morningvnnd evening iitntturtl VraVA- fnr' thai first- time unanimously agreed not to get out any editions on ennstmaa aay. ' Vtian Shih .Kai'a sonl the 'youngest, ia r.tmthd tt th li vear OKraauEQ' ter of the vice-president of the Ch t qM"'GSrttiPmaf 1K they Site ltaiii;fe; i Manufacturers-Shoe Co's , ( ... - .V A t e.. V A rlxtltli 111 PlliWIS C?Brasriea-:ik)dC,; ir0U.kU C . . aaftas'?dhhes44J5Q'npei; Ha'midbri'lio t" ,E1 Toastpiiii 4.00 . V Corn Holders: 12,'c pr Flasks TvT.i .;vu?i55 t J'f -ftrfee Perco.?3.G0 u; f Steins' .i s W.00 rJje-Tea fettle ; ; i r. tl5 Thermos Bottle $2.50 V. Smoking :SetV.Vvl2J50 i.v t - iSamoVar:-i; .'Vr'49:75 ::v;-; j-AAuto Basket.. .$12.50 i I ikiIUcta:V?$Wf'Caeroleg -V. .'.42.50 - " v f V4-i-v?.Jy':'?1.i:j'; tU- ':4i.' ''i,j,v.': --'t'-' ";'iv .v- '' ' and can go down WHEN they choose, and I pick out WHAT they choose. naye you arranged to make someone happy in this way? Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd. 1051 Fortr Street V .1 iTat Brady, come 30aya,riei frAA asrain to take UD his iff JUTS Of living where he left thenvofrlS&tur- day evening. : Pat sidled Into the cen- W nf thp. eonrt room of Judge Mon- ?iurrat thia morning to take his- medi- cine for his third offence the voffence . Deing mat ne permineu., uiwawj j gat woeiuiiy.uruu. v ti, T1 plead, guilty, yer; honqrToltin-1 teered Fat .arter v;narie uuii -worth, acting as prosecutor, had. read ; the" complaint WI he gujltfcand f aifmir iL he added.' -it a- j Whereupon Chillingwbrtn asked the ?: court to give it to im hard,-? "It : for his own good," saia tne jawyer.; lf he sUys in jail a Hong time he . mav get on fo himself.' ' ' I "Nix! " retorted Pat, and he scuffled his feetbv way of emphasis. "I only - get worse there. Lemme go and I'll ' RII I LUd 1.W WW A . T ! But when it was brought out that Pat only planned to leave town by going to a suburb, the court sentenced him to 30 days.. I ' "I'll appeal," said "Brady, "and have a Jury " And he named and thought of a good many other luxuries of jur isprudence. J 'That. will mean you, will have to go before the circuit court,' said Chil- linrworth ' atieeestlvely. . ' With which Pat walked back to the prisoners' dock, shaking his head and scratching it, and signifying that enough was enough and that the dis trict court was terrible enough to face when one gets woefnlly drunk. Hence, come 30 days and Paf will be out again, possibly with a few New Year's resolutions tormenting him. 2ND INFANTRY TEAM TROUNCES THE 25TH Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence j I FORT SH AFTER. Dec. 22. The 2d Infantry scored 'ai decisive baseball win oyer the 25thT Infantry team at Schofieid Barracks Sunday, and Fort Shatter is celebrating in consequence. The score was 9 to 0. and. it looks as though the 2d was firmly established again as a baseball factor to be reck nnpH with The success of the regimental team over the 2"ith Infantry has given base ball a boost all along the line, with particular reference to the regimenta nine. Lieutenant Lyman's men journeyed out to Leilehua and return in the post exchange motor truck and certain ly walloned both Murchison and Water house, winning by-the shut out road with a score of 9 to jO. "Standby Kellv of C of the 2d pitched a'.nptable game and had almost faultless support from his mates. i I niPnnnrnrn rrniire I wmmmmmid:.-mp .'n ' n r r r urn & v : 1 1 ' : , - . m gc-nefc-gs start freacgnbl strain cr injigesticaii fi mpre oftiti from, general weakness, and lead to appalling conditions unless checkkd. Treat tha Causa, Ko! tlii Effect. : scofrs EMytsti cornea nervousness in a won3erru! poroanent way, by malung life-sus- tarnn locad corpuscles; it nmxmrikc nerve centres and tun as a bracing tonkr : to buiW veu up. ,r . V SetW ftoWM m ma Iffy :'' tcrr a fcw,' flu u nl it ) ' U4 1 1 V Tai . ' 1 ' '- ."U-- i . Xt1 C'K.&.'-e'rc; ' i n JO The Imperial heavy duty -dlstiDate and kerosene staUonary and marine-engines arepronounced to be by Jar. the most economlcaV most , r durable, most dependable gas " The Ttriberial factory ln San anciscoicake3-l, 2; 3. 4 and 6 cylra "dJffachuSsfrom 4 300-H. P.and Mr. E3ward Ri 1 off itt founder : and Gas, Engine ; Co.; cf Sani Francisco and . wevLusiy connected with the Union Gasgine Co. Is the man who Sine years ago designed the Imperial: ; 1&J- Moffitt has ever stoce ' weTfor perfeSSi. -reliability,. pllcJtyA aewibmty, and fuel enomy in the Imperial Imagine; Mahy Imperial Engiea are working on the different islands in Hawaii and more ttkn one doxen can be Appetizing on any occasion, but especially appropriate when on an outing. Booth's Sardines, some salty crackers and a bottle of beer make a fine "snack". Plenty for four for twenty centa. ASK YOUR GROCER. Major-general Wood, head of the army, w ill retire on April 22. 'j leernmnlng ' : ! ' ill ' iJ j : f7HI'Ji''i' 1. i; :1 ! U M0kM&''