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EVENINO nDLLETIN, HONOMIM7. T. II., THUIISDAY. DEC 8. 1910.
Better Buy Today
EXPENSIVE articles as r fts rrc not the only ones appreci
ated. It's the thought hat rocs with it. Wc call attention
to the ninny things wc sell appropriate to tlip season and
the putpjsc. If you have a kind hought for your physician, con
fidci the splendid cases and bigs wc ofTcr from . .$2.50 to $10.50.
THERMOS BOTTLES, , .$4.75 to $ 7.00
MANICURE SETS 3.50 to 7.C0
GILLETTE RAZORS 5 00 to 7.50
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMES.. .50 to 0.50
TOILET WATER 75 to 2.00
HAIR BRUSHES 1.00 to 5.00
HAIR BRUSHES. MIL'TARY 3.75 to '8.00
SMOKERS' SILVER S -TTS 4.00 to 7.50
INFANTS' PUFF E0XES 50 to 1.50
TOURIST TOILET SE TS 4.00 to 0.00
MEDITERRANEAN BATH SrONOES IN
FANCY BOXES 1.25 to 2.75
HUBBERSET LA7HETI BRUSHES 50 to 2.25
IMPORTED BAY RUM 1.00 to 1.75
ALUMINUM SHAVING MUGS .75
GERMAN WEATHER COTTAGES 1.00
Tlio Sterrn will lirllij; ii fill) Pounds of HAAS CANDY, mine ol
II in fan y boxes, u will Ij idc.trvd (n Imok our nnlcr for
, wlintuxcr jou tlilnK Jim t.m use mill iMIter at jmtr pleasure.
Benson, Smith fc Co., Ltd.
Fort fc Hotel Sfc
J TAKE TIME TO SEE
OUR LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE ST03K OF HATS AND SHOES
WAH. YING CHONG CO.,
King Strest, Next to Fishmarket
Weekly ttuiletln SI Per Year
Governor Docs Not Want In
stitutions Under County
(Hi Ha! Iltilli'tlu Cirri biiiiImiw.)
IlllO, l)"c. 6. (lovcrmir l'rc.ir Ib
opposed tn t lie ptiin tu il ico (lip puli.
He Bihoola in tier the luiitntl of llio
He ucllnM'4 that lit tlir online bom
bIiiii of tlio I.cfiUlaliire tlio powers
f tlio iiiuntlra may bo extended In
poiiio directions, lint lio lines not
lliluk It nlto to extend tliciu In tills
It was rtntcil to tlio (Imcrnor Hint
In H.iwhII count) ((insldurnli!c Inter
est was IicIiir shown In the question,
mill nn It amis regarded ns certain
that n BtroiiK Hunt would do mado
for count ontiol by n certain fac
tion, with poKnllily the hill coming
epntii.illy licfore him for approval or
veto, the attitude tnken by tlio cccc
nlhc on tlio subject Is a matter of
"My opinion Is that the schools
should bo n subject to ho phon much
conRldcrallcin during the coining bcs
slnn of tho Legislature," nnsworcil
llio Unvcfnnr. "Means should ho
found to provide adequately for tho
pulill' schools. They hnvo not been
adequately provided for for n long
time past, especially since 1901."
"Do jou think, Oincrnnr," It was
fished, "that county control of the
schools would ho a step In that di
rection?" "1 IicIIpao that county "ontrol of
the schools would ho a step In tho
other illrcctlnn," answered tho Gov.
crnor. "I think It would bo n mis
tako to turn tho schools over to tho
counties at the present time."
The fact that Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
Por sale by Denoon, Smith A Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.! Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
DESIGN IS SELECTED
FOR ARMSTRONG STATUE
0011111111100 Chooses Idia o
English Sculptor-for Mg-' '
piorial at Oanu.
Tho design for the Armstrong me
morial statue that will ho presented
to Ouliu Collcgo was selected yester
day afternoon at a laigely-attcndcd
meeting of tho Armstrong Memorial
Committee In tho directors' room of
tho Hank of Hawaii. Jndgn 8. II. Dole,
chairman of tho committee, presided,
Tlio design selected Is for u bronre
bas-rcllcf, executed by A. Ilcrtrnm
rcgrain, an lliigllsh sculptor, from
tho original, which Is Installed ut
Hampton Institute, the school for ne
groes In which Ceil. Annstrong was
deeply Intel csted Tho permission
for tho bas-rellel was ghcti l'lcaldent
OrlflltliH of O.ilm College- by K. II. Van
lngcn, of New York, who picscnted
thu original to Hampton Institute. Tho
replica will bo nearly four feet high,
and will lie placed In tho corridor
with thu memorial bas-rcllcf of tho
lute S. N. Castle and "Motlior" Custto.
WORK IN MARCH
Kahului Contract to Be Ap
proved By Washington
Work on tho Kahului Jlieakw.iter
will probably not commeneo until
about Match of next enr according
' to n statement inn la by Major Win
'slow, engineer coips, this morning.
1 The papers for tho contrnct ttllhi
Kahului ltallio.il Compiny aio now
In tho olllcc of Alexander & Ilaldwln,
tho agents for the company, fur slg
nature and will probably ho returned
to Major Wlnslow so that they nny
go fni ward to Washington1 on Satur
Approval will hao to bo mado at
Washington and then notification of
this approval cabled to Honolulu.
Kiom the time llio company Is noti
fied of tho approval by tho authori
ties it has thirteen weeks within
which to begin actual work on the
contract, and If this1 length of tlmo
Is taken It will bo 'tho middle or
March beforo actual work will bo
It Is probable, however, that the
company will start work bforo this
time mid get (ho contract off Its hands
ns soon ns iosslblof
Blank books of all sorts, lcdgoii.
etc, manufactured by tho Bui lo tin
PiihllchlnK ( ranram
CHARLOCK At tho loBldcnio of her
daughter, Mrs. A. II. Crnfg, Oakland,
Mary L. Charlock, widow of llio Into
W. II Charlock, devoted mother of
Mrs. A. II. Craig, Mrs. I'. W Craig
and N. I). Charlock, nil of Oakland;
W. H. nnd Clifford Charlock of Ho
nolulu, and tlio lato Mrs. 'John Rush,
sister of John X Iirklo of Sacra
mento, a natho of New York City,
aged 73 years and 1 17 d.iys.
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols o,
Where youjean find almost everything you t
may want for a gift.
Christmas without Toys for the children
would not seem like XMAS to them.
, COME AND SEE THE VARIETY
Whihiey & Marsh
We will be only TOO PLEASED
TO SHOW YOU our beautiful assort-
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NEW AND STYLISH
Get Your Coupons for
Miss Dolly from-Paris
HAWAIIAN FISHERY. Lib.
King Street FUh Hrket
1, iy2. 2 and 3 Hons 45 II. F.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
875 South, NearKing Stnfrt f
Grand Display of Holiday Goods
Dollsf Trains, Automobiles, Drums Wagons,
Vclocopcdcs, Tricycles, Irish Mailsf
Doll Carnages, Go-Carts, Trumpets,
' Air-Guns, Pop-Guns Animals, Ornaments,
Swords, lilectric Cars and Rails,
Baa-Sheep, lingines, Blocks Slates Games
Fortune-Telling Cardsf Masks,
Bell-Toys Possums, Whips Tool Chests,
Tops, StoveSj Paints, Tea Sets,
Mechanical Toys, Hobby-Horses, Rocking
Horses, Shoo-Flics, etc. 4
Pineapple Silks, all colors,
Linene de France,
Satin - Finish Charmeuse, all
colors, - - - -22 Vic
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -22 Vic
Repp, all colors, formerly 30c
now - - - -17 Vic
VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINN0NS, VICTORIA CLOTH,
PRINTS, SHIRTINGS CHAMBRAYS, NUNS-VEILING.
CHALEYS, INDIAN HEAD all colors, FIGURED MULLS,
WOOLLEN DRESS G00DS,ETC.
THEY MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE DRESSES
for LADIES, GIRLS and CHILDREN.
AUTO COATS and VEILS.
Beaded, Jet, Scal Russia, and Calf Hand
Bags; Lace, Beaded, and Jet Fans,
Laces, Embroideries, Nets, Veils,
Garters, Beauty Pins Hat Pins,
Handkerchiefs, Ruching, all colors; Hose,
Belts, Pin Cushions, Ribbons,
Match Boxes, Toilet Sets, Necklaces,
Hat Pin Holders, Powder Jars,
Trinket Holders, Tie Holders Waist
Hangers, Side and Back Combs,
Jewelry Jars Lace Coats, Beaded Coats,
Feather Boas, Batt-Cncrg Scarfs and
Doilies, Barrcl,s Opera Scarfs,
Belt Bcklcs, Hair Pins, etc.
A Vote Given with Every 50c Purchase. Beautiful Dolls and Carriages Given Away
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
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