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I EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLOT.U, T. II.. WEDNESDAY, DHC. 23. 1D08. 11 p "Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy, But not expressed 'in fancy;' rich not gaudy; For this apparel oft proclaims the man." t i r . ii , ' V .-4 The Hats we are showing for Christmas aie rich, arid express no extreme fancy. They are such as will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assured quality that will be suitable and correct for most occasions. The price of these hats show a reasonable profit, and it is this REASONABLE PROFIT principle that has made, the enviable reputation of The Doctor Says: " Drink Beer" to the weak and the convalescent. They need strength-?-need a food and a tonic. If it is good for them, isn't it good for you, for the same reason? How much better than a mere "medicine" or "tonic" that nauseates you is a delicious beverage that is both a food and tonic of the highest quality? PRIMO BEER is absolutely pure, contains the best malt, barley and hops, and has less than three per cent, alcohol in it. A glass with meals will tone you up. Drink Primo Beer M Fits the Pocket Folding Pocket Kodaks FROM $5.00 TO $25.00 EACH. , 1 nTTTF.R TOHIAKK MS 00 to S112.50 EACH. New Line of Focal Plane Kodaks and Cameras Tot Athletic and oth er Rapid Photography. Come in and tee what they can do. KODAKS. CAMERAS, PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES, ETC. No other CHRISTMAS GIFT will give the same amount of Pleasure for the money. pm Honolulu Photo Supply Co., JS8& OPEN EVENINGS TILL CHRISTMAS. RYCROFT'S SODAS Purest Flavor Highest Quality Guaranteed Absolutely Purr, PHONE 270. I i H.N. HAS PASSED AWAY For Forty Years He Has Been Central Maui Resident PENSIONED BY PLANTATION FOR HIS SPLENDID SERVICE Carpenter by Trade Leaves a Large Family, Many of Whom Are Grandchildren (Special to tlio Bulletin) Wnlluku, Maul, Dec. 22. Henry Newell Landford, o( Knhaupall, below (ho Mnunaolu Seminary, l'ala, died at S o'clock Monday afternoon of heart failure. Mr. Lamlford wan liorn In Vermont February 19, 1830, and would havo been 79 jean, old at his next birthday. Ho enmo hero about forty j earn nwi and has been n resident of Ilamakuapoko and Pala all that per, lod. His death removes from llfo an old landmark of Central Maul, for ha Is the oldest white resident of cltl'r Makawao or Walluku districts, and has been In the employ of the Ilama kuapoko and Pain plantations all his llfo In these Islands. He was a car penter by trade, but was also handy In other ocatlons. Whon tho llama kun ditch was begun somo thlrty-flvo years ago, Mr. I.andford laid tho lines without any technical knowledge of chll engineering, but his work has been upraised by civil engineers who liao gono ocr tho line. On account of fceblo health owing to his great ago, Hon. II. P. Daldwln placed Dr. Land lord on tho pension list in recognition of his Inwilualilo services to his plan tation interests In central Maul. This deed or gratitude Mr. I.andford always mentioned with deep appreciation. Mr. I.undford leaves a nativo wlfo nnd a daughter, Mrs. Minerva Mc Lean, with his first wife and several grandchildren, among which nro Mrs. Minerva Kalania, wife of Senator S. K. Kalama, Misses Annla and Julia Landfnrd, Mrs. Mary Soulett, and sev eral great grandchildren and other dis tant relatives to mourn their loss. His remains will bo interred In tho family cemetery near his home, wlioro vvero nlso burled his first wife nnd eldest daughter. Mr. Landfnrd had been ailing for several months, but it was not expect ed that ho would pass nwuy so soon although Dr. W. V. McConkoy, his fam ily physician, was awaro of tho seri ousness of his condition, Karly oh tcrday morning Mr, I.andford got up early as usual. About 3 o'clock In tho afternoon thoso In tho homo saw him go out on tho veranda. Ho returned to his room and laid down on his bud. Five minutes later when Mr. Knlaimi nnd others of tho family entered his bedroom to ascertain his condition they found him dead, his limbs being Llmost cold. Mr. Lamlford was well known throughout central Maul and was liked by all who knew him foi his gcntlo nature and amlablo disposition. HARMONY PROMISED IN REPUBLICAN RANKS At nu executive session of tho He I ubllcun County Committee and the Republican Supervisors elect last evening, it nus agreed to huvo liar monlous roferonco of all matters of public or party Inloicnts betvvcen tho two bodies. Tho meeting last night vvuh pieslded over by Chairman Crabbo, and tho Count) Committee was represented In person and by proxy by twenty members, unit all thu Republican Supervltors elect were present. No ipfeicnro wits mnilo In appointments to ho nun lit tiudor the coming administration, Dunn's Hat Shop XMAS CHEER 6TUFFED FIGS and DATES; SMYRNA FIGS; FANCY LACUN FIGS; MALAGA RAISINS; JORDAN ALMONDS; CRYSTALIZED FRENCH FRUITS: FANCY NUT KEATS; SWEET- PICKLED and BRANDY PEACHES; PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES; CALIFORNIA TABLE RAISINS; ENGLISH WALNUTS; SPANISH PRESERVED CITRON; ORANGE and LEMON PEEL; VASTIZZA CURRANTS; OLIVES: DRIED FRUITS: NEW PIPPIN APPLES: APPLE CIDER; MINCE MEAT; APPLE BUTTER: POULTRY SPICES; WIESBADEN PRESERVES; PLUM PUDDING: BAR LE DUC CONFITURES; GLACE ,FRUITS; LOWNEY'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES; BON B0NS; RHINE and BORDEAUX: TABLE WINES; M0N0P0LE RED TOP CHAMPAGNE. 1 NAPA AND SONOMA TABLE WINES; SPANISH SHERRIES; PORTUGAL PORTS. Green Xmas Trees and Xmas Tree Ornaments A number of suitable Rifts: SUIT CASES, CIGARS, 5-0'CLOCK TEA KETTLES, SERV ING TRAYS, CHAFING DISHES, and ACCESSORIES. Lewis & Co., Ltd. 169 KING TREET- THE HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM- TELEPHONE 240. Silk Shirts and Pajamas Neckwear and Hosiery Also a fine line of useful articles in Men's, Women's and Boy's Furnishings, suitable for Christmas Gifts. We have a complete stock of Chinese Silk and Grass Linen Embroidered Goods. Phone 627 YEE CHAN & CO., King & Bethel The Home of Rainier Beer Seattle, U.S.4. Ihe Superior Quality f Rainier Made this Plant possible '". vl 1 4 (Id ' c "',0 d kX,;:rj&. mmkUimmum ) .jk""