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THE SUNDAY ADVERTISER, OCTOBEE 16, 1910.
7 (jjSuM THEATER (Teiep"u" ' 8!( office Now Open . commencing OCT. 17 HQMDAY EVENING, georgc B. Howard Dramatic Company present and greatest success: father and the boys jfoW DELIGHTING LONDON BALCONY 35c. NOVELTY THEATRE Cor. tfuoanu and PauaM fits. RANCE SMITH, The Banana Man. and Milton jmUl, Dancing and Comedy Artista and utest Motion Pictures ocity on t Wol f's artn thev have been in HARNEY & HAYNES ALBERTA. :., MAGICIAN, -and MOTION PICTURES. JSrPlR tiJ. THEATRE New Vaudeville Artists from the Colonies. have leasts (UTIjr;il(VV fn reside with en on Thurs- Admission . 15c, 10c, 5c. I IP i I fill Illllll. I llllllll i U(U II 11IIU UIIIIIU for Decorating has just been received. rgn your Holiday gifts out in good we aave arranged to have the here earlv. The assortment, is jw? complete and includes many spe- 8PECLIL INDUCEMENTS TO TEACHERS. X I. DIUONO & CO., Ltd. Have you seen the pnie Family In our Window ? Simple in construction and operation f toesPnsive cameras stand the JW-they take good pictures. PRICE PROM ,31.00 to $12.00 (Continual? fs.n, t a Mi.ss Nannie Winston will visit in moiii' VirS'nia for several v . r, J; -,.YonEff is ou Hawaii at tho FarKer kauch for about a week or ten days. St st st Mr. and Mrs. Tarleton and children have ta-n the bungalow in Manoa which until recently has been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. L. .7. Warren. St St P..cror and Mrs. Hoffmann entertain ed Captain Mather of the Herzogin tecilie at dinner last Sunday evening. S St Clarence II. Olson has gone to the mainland to meet his wife, who has Veen traveling in Europe. Thev are expected to return to Honolulu shortly. St S St -Mrs. A. B. Ingalls returned on Aiaraina on i ridav after ri sence in the United States and Enron and was heartily welcomed upon her return. St St Mrs. W. T. Monsarrat and son were home-returning passengers on the Sher man; they have been visiting iu Ken tucky. St ,4 S Good byes were said to Capt. A. M. Sliipp. Twentieth Infantry, when the Miortnan sailed to Manila. The captain is joining his company iu the Philip pines. S St St Mr. and Mr?. John Morgan, residents of Honolulu a year or so ago, are con templating a trip through" Asia and L Europe lasting about a year. Since leaving Honolulu Sapporo, Japan. St S S Mis. A. Garter.iberg and children are expected in about six weeks. Mr. Oar tenberg sailed for the Coast on the Sierra to bring hisfanrly back with him. s St St Mrs, Case and family Mrs. Mabel Wing castle's Manoa for some months. St . Mr. L. J. Warren will Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Ow ton avenue until Mrs. Warren returns from the mainland. v St S Mr. Rudolph Spreekt-ls was a return ing mainland passenger this week. 8 Major Wallace De Witt, Medical 'orjs. has -been ordered to Honolulu from Fort Yellowstone. This is a happy change for Mrs. He Witt is the daugh ter of Major and Mrs. Foster at Le He nna. st St Lieut. -Col. F. L. I'aysoit, accompanied by his wife and children, arrived on the Sherman. Colonel I'aytson has been sent to relieve Major lining of the army pa vmaster 's oillre. .4 st st Mr. V II. Ilealy was a returning passenger by the way of Victoria. He has been away from the Islands for about six months, most of that time being spent in his old home in Ireland. JiC s Miss Lucy Adams is the guest wf Judge and Mrs. Dole on Kmma street for a few days before going to Lahaina. Miss Adams has many friends here who are glad to have her return to the Is lands. S Mr. Tfalph Forster, accompanied by Madame Frique and Mdslle. Gras and' Mrs. Forster 's two little children ex pect to sail on the Sierra on November second for I ranee. . Mr. and Mrs.' Harold Hayselden vvf be at the Pleasantoa for the winter. ,4 Si St i Miss Marv Evnon of Philadelphia. the sister of Mrs. Louis Warren, sailed n Wednesday for ht r home in thei :ast. Miss Evnon has been a great so ial favorite" in Honolulu during her five months' vit here. Mr.-; Warren u-eompanied her sister and will spend everal months awav. S ,4 St Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Wilder are, from last reports, in Germany. St St St Mr. and Mrs. Gee were through pas sengers on the Sherman, m r. ucc a a fbort ti'i'e ag'1, with the s otTk-e hero. st P. Orton and wife. Lieut. A. 15. Dockery and wiie, Lieut, w. v. Christv an.l wife, wire transport pas- e!i;reis. all to be stationed at Sehoheld Pa tracks. .1 ni . 1 PH sin "JEverything Photographic" ort St. below Hotel. U.- . V funents, Cuisine and Service Highest Standard PLEASANTON HOTEL "ier Are. and Put-ahon. HAVE IT D0E THE Regal Way otinected, 'aymaster ' Capt. E. POPULAR HOTELS IN JAPAN. JJIYAKO HOTEL KYOTO HOTEL . Nara near Kyoto ITEiAI HOTEL Ise, n?ar Nara St v st Mr. W. H. Lambe:t, formerly of Ho nolulu, but r.ow r.vitu in Manila, is in town again for a sluut 't:iy, he arrived on the Tenvo Mat'.i. -4 .4 St Mr. H. W. M. Mist, accompanied by ,: wife ar.d lit tie von, returned on the Marama aft- r an extended trip of sev rra months bo:h in Canada and I'm ted States. st st st I'ai.tain an.l Mrs. Fiank Robards en ter! a'ined Lieut, and Mrs. Hartou of Leilehua lora ft w days. , St The Frank Kbdiardsons and Mr. and Mr-. Cei.rge Kolph made a jolly "round the isian.l I'aitv during tne iai -nd. . , !,-. and Mis. Iiwin J. Shepherd, f r.mi lirgron. p.'!., ware, are spending a few months with Doctor and Mr. Hobdv. s st st Mr. and Mrs. Gerritt Wilder are ex felted home about the first of February. Was. brewer & cos new rork Line bark FOOTTxa BtrPv ts. Aew Yorker . u " ,tSert' rtanps. Freight Pply to Ch,. Drates' For information Slt-?- H. Davie. COLLEGE CLUB ELECTS ITS NEW OFFICERS At a meeting of the board of gov ernors of the College flub, yesterday morning. Mrs. Frank R. Day was elect ed -o serve a president for the coming club venr. The officers of the College Club "are as follows: Mrs, Frank K. Dav president; Mi Mabel E. Bosher. vice president: Mrs. Chester Hunn. Mcretarv; Miss Artele Fever, treasurer; Mrs. Harmon Ilendrick and Mrs. Philip Weaver, governors. Of course, you have your shoes re paired you know you usually can get a good deal of additional service from theni after the first sole is worn out. But how do you have itwdone? By the ordinary cobblers' method? If you do, your experience has tuidoubtedly shown you how unsat isfactory this method is. You most likely get inferior materials and clumsy workmanship. Besides this, the usual method of "tapping" that is, piecing the sole midway in the shank gives the shoe a decid edly unsightly look. Then, again, the nails sometimes used by the cobbler cause no little discomfort to the foot. They are driven clear through to the inside of the shoe and are clinched on the inner sole. So, when the cobbler hands you your shoes, they look like the photo below, don't they? ,. 4. J -- 'vr 4 Ji THE ORDINARY WAY OF HALF SOLE REPAIRING. THE "R:GAL WAY" OF RE PAIRING SHOES. Now, take the "Regal Way": First, the work is done by expert shoemakers, using just the same methods by which the first soles were attached at the Regal factories. The old, worn-out sole and heel are re moved. A new sole of genuine OAK BARK TANNED leather is sewed on. Bear in mind that this sole is complete it extends from toe to heei, and it is SEWED on, not nailed. A new heel, built of whole lifts of this same untqualed stock, is attached. All edges pre carefully beveled and finished, just, ts they are in the Regal factories. When you get your shoes back they are just as comfortable and practically as stylish and serviceable as when you first bought them. And it does not cost a lot, either no more than any first-class cobbler would charge. The next time you want your shoes repaired bring them to this store. Tell our salesman you want them repaired the "Regal Way." Then you'll get a job that looks just like the photograph at the top of this page. REGAL Shoe Store KTN-G AND BETHEL. Jas. F. Morgan STOCKS, BONDS AND REAL ESTATE REALTY AUCTIONEER No. 857 Kaahumanu St. AT AUCTION ORIENTAL RUGS We have a large consignment of fine Rugs, at remarkably low prices. Among them are Saruks Kirmenshahs Boukaras Belluchistans Shervans Circassians Serebents I rams Kurdistans Shirazs Cashmeres and many others. Now on sale at our office. FOR RENT A four-bedroom house, near car line; $'30. A nice bungalow in Kaimuki on 13th Ave. Good location. We carry a complete stock of machines as well as 2o.00rt Records. If you want a Record WE HAVE IT. Send us your name and we will mail you a Record Cata log" every month. We are the sole DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD. Real estate bargains in ail parts of the citv. JAS. F. MORGAN, SMOKE General Arthur CIGARS. Wood lawn Manoa Valley See CHAS. S. DESKY KOOLAU RAILWAY TIME TABLE DAILY, EXCEPT SATURDAY. SUNDAY AND HOLXDAYr Leave Kahana for Punaluu, Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and Way Stations at 12:00 M. Arrive Kahuku at.". 1:00 P.M Returning: Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau ula, Puualuu, Kahana and Way Stations at 1:45 P.M Arrive Kahana at 2:45 P.M SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS Arrive Kahuku at..... 11:58 A.M Leave Kahana for Punaluu, Hauula, Laie, Kahuku and Way Stations at 11:00 A.M 1:30 P.M 2:15 P.M Leave Kahuku for Laie, Hau ula, Punaluu, Kahana and Way Stations at 12:35 P.M 3:00 P.M Connections are made at Kahuko with the O. R. & L. Co.'s 9:15 a. m train from Honolulu, and the 2:20 p m. train, which arrives in the city ai 5:30 p. m. JANUARY, J. 190 J. J. DOWLIXG, E. S. POLLTSTEK, Superintendent. G. P. k F. A 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE. SUEDE GUN METAL PATENT KID Leathers made into shoes for young folks. Sensible heels and good width of sole. . These .are ankle strap and a stylish, com fortable, well fitting shoe. I. iclnerny Shoe Store Fort Street above King Send us a postal and we will give you a price on window cleaning and janitor work HONOLULU Expert Window Gleaning Co. 417 Queen Street. THE PUREST EVER THE WORLD AROUND CHICAGO IS RUNNING WILD OVER "H0SPITALE" and "PEROXIDE" SOAPS. Either will remove dirt and oily secretions from the pores. They act as skin food and will keep the skin white. WE SELL BOTH. Ten and Fifteen Cents a Cake. BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd. Hotel and Fort Streets Honolulu Institute For Physiotherapy Corner Beretania and Richards Streets. Open from 8 a. ni. to 7 p. m. except Sunday. All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, white and violet), Steam Baths, Turkish, Russian, Pine Needle, Nauheim, Carbonie Acid and Oxygen or Medicated Baths, Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency, et., ete. Special attendant for ladies. FAIRMONT HOTEL The Most Superbly Situated Hotel in the World-b y OVERLOOKING THE ENTIRE BAY OF SAN FRANCISCO. THE 60LDEM 8 CITY CONVENIENT TO snurrim., mmiHii THE EPITOME OF HOTEL EXCELLENCE Operated on Both American and European Plaa. Combinina a',. it convenience, and luxurie. a good hotel thould hive, with mwy un-ie. o-Hr ana du.ie features. Entirely refurnished and refitted at a cost of over three m .hon dc.U-s. -.a. ienter ot the city-headquarten of the Army and Navy scene of most of As social tu. ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 1.000 GUESTS. l ; 1 ! Outward. For Waianae, Waiaiua, Kahuku ani Way Stations "9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Waj Stations 1 7:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m. 11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p. m. 5:15 p. m.,9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. na. For Wahiawa and Leilehua "10:20 a m., o:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m., tll:15 p. m Inward. Arrive Honolulu frum Kahuku, Waia lua and Waianae 8:36 a. m., 5:31 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl fitv f7:43 a. in.. 8:36 a. m 11:02 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:26 p. m. "5:31 p. m., "7:30 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehna "9-.15 a. m., tl:40 p. m., '5:31 p. m., 10:10 p. m. The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hom train (only first-class tickets honored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. in.: returning, arrives in Honolnlc at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Waianae outward m.l Waianae, Waipahu and Pearl Cit inward. Dailv. tExcept Sunday. tSnudayOnl? G. P.'DEXISOX", F. C. SMITH, Superintendent. O. P. A. BATES: ... . . . . rr . . - m. moves, no. H T TT American ( ia.319 u now x-iau, uu - ri,5il72 rfa ri pun. room and bath, one person, per day, j.,.C MANAGEMENT PALACE HOTEL COMPANY (Also Operating Palace Hotel) SAN FRANCISCO HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CS C. H. BROWN, Manager. Halekauwila Street. ligheit Priee Paid for Old Brass, Serar Iron and all Metals Dealer in Second hand Machinery. , Tel. 1642. P. O. Box 547 Satton, Nell! 1 Company, ltd FNGLNEERS AND MACHINISTS Second and Sooth feti.. Kakaako. Boilers retubed with charcoal iron c t?el tubes. OptiptsT plnp wnV For Rent FOLDING CHAIRS AND TABLES J. H0PP,& COMPANY, LTD. SPECIALISTS. WONDERFUL CURIOSITIES AT ANCHOR SALOON Standing Room Only Admission Free. BLOOD TONIC Keeps Stock Well. E. J. POTTLE'S STOCK KEMEDIZf CO. Hotel and Union. H. M. ATBES, Manager. OLD KONA COFFEE McCHESNET COFFEE CO, IS Merchant St.