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UTOftNQ BULLETIN, PBeiMBUR 17, 1898,
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E. W. JORDAN'S
. . , GLOVES . . .
Kid Gloves, White, Cream and
-:- Tan -:-
Evening Gloves, 8 to 1G Button length.
Black Gloves with white stitcliing.
Colored Gloves with coloicd stitching.
Ileal ltoindoir and Kim berly Driving Gloves.
Tho largost nsaortmont of
Tho largest and best assortment
Ladies' White Linon Eta
wc hnvo ever shown.
"White and Butter Valencioniios Laces with insertions to
Ileal Maltoso Lnco with insoitions to match.
L oyocK Op
-:- MULLS -:-
White, Colorod and Cream Mulls. Something New 1
Plain and Figured nil Colors.
UST A full BBSintmi'Ut f Stamped Goods forembrod
CirlWIc Indians ?lnr ino lo San
I'rnnrlitco In I'l.iy.
The football loam of tho Carl
isl 'India.i school tho greatest son
sation in Aninriran nthlulit'H for
I many yonrs, may como to Califor
nia, ihoy may moot tho local
olovons in somo groat matches
about Christmns timo.
Tho idea of bringing tho Indi
aus to this Coast oricinated in tho
mind of "Billy" Kennedy, tho
suporiutondont of tho Olympic
club. Aftor reading of their
wonderful strugrjlcB on Eastern
gridirons, and scoing pietuieB
displaying their physical powers,
ho camo to tho conclusion that it
would he a good invostmonta to
bring tho nborigmos to this city,
says tho S. F. Chronicle.
'IM10 ontiro athletic East has
been aroused ovor tho Bplondid
performances of those Indians on
tho gridiron. In previous years
they wore considered an ordinari
ly eood team, but thoir achieve
ments this year place them in tho
foro rank of football olovons. Tho
first groat &truf.flo of tho season
was with Yalo; Yale, onlj by tho
gioatest exertion, woio enabled to
score, aud then only once. Evon
thiB touchdown, it is claimed, was
not earned honestly, but was
allowed by tho referee, who favorod
Harvard beat tho Indians by tho
6amo score after one of tho hard
est battles which tho wearers of
tho crimson ovor experienced.
Tho touchdown was made early
in tho first half. Fromthat timo
onlIarvard,thouhg well in tho In
dians' territory, could nevor force
tho ball behind tho coveted lines.
Toward tho ond of tho
gamo tho Indians by the
grittiest aud most persistent lino
bucking forcod tho Harvard liuo
by slow gains until thero woro iivo
yards from tho goal. The stand
whioh Harvard thon made is con
sidered tho prettiest bit of foot
ball work scon tin's season.
Tho character of tho game
which tho Carlisle Iadians play
does not exhibit the ingonuity,
skill and stratocy of the host col
lego teams. Thoy lack general
ship and concert in their play.
Thoir gi oat strength lies iu lino
bucking. With marvolous en
durance they hammer aud ham
mor until all opposition gives
As physical specimens thosoln
diaus aro pronounced marvels.
All of thorn aio full dovelopod,
powerful young men with a
strength and vitality which camo
largely by inlu ritanco. In all
thoir games the; were uovor worn
out at tho end ot tho struggle and
thoir labois woro thrii-o tlioso of
Ex Barkentine Castle
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Can i go
Rocking horse-, swing'ng horses, polico patiol wagons,
gig r. ckus, duxtors, shoo fly vclooipodes, push carls,
doll o..riiugce,wagousl.heG'barrows, Btiok h no chimes,
oroqiut Et3 all size, swings, airguus, t.chool drill
guns, majrio liuterns, n complete nssortmoi.t of games,
mechanic. 1 toys, Christmas tieo ornaments of all kinds.
cos3'Ciues iiiid bon-bon-,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Small toys of every kit. -1.
Lmdies' purser, sterling silver mouuts, ladios Morocco
and calf haudkerchiof bags, ladios' lambskin and fdt
Dorothy bags. .
E. W. JORDAN'S
' 'Does a man fn 1 to beo nuy colors ot
nil when he is col r hliml?" Hiked Air.
Driiikhorn, "or does ho 6co them
"Ho bees thoui w roug, t.s you cull it,"
explained tho phyiioiau. "Now, yonr
noie, iiistead of appearing iu its uatu
rnl color, would look to a color blind
pcrnou to be green."
"Green? Any particular shaila?" ask
ed Mr. Dnnkhorn w ith tlio intention of
"Yen bottlo teen." Cincinnati
Wanted tli Other Klml.
Tlio lawyer pa ted hi client sooth
iuly on the bhoulder.
"Now, don't y m worry," ho i.iid
with a reassuring i.ir. "Von shall havo
a fair trie.). "
Tho gentloinaulj burglar turned pale.
"That that's what I'm afraid of,"
ho rotumod nervously. Kow York Sun
Tlui Killing FumIoii,
"What will Sonator Sorghum do if
"Oh," replied tao rural constituent,
"ho'll git remly ter run ng'iu."
"And what couiso will ho pnrsuo if
"Saiuo vz usual. Ho'll git lendy ter
inn ug'in." Washington Star.
OrdiAray & Porter.
Largest Shipment Ever Brought to Honolulu.
Jf you wnut to find out what a
dullar will purchase iu tho way of
gtofi'iii-s for Christmas, just bring
oue along to tho Palatna Crocory,
and you will h surprioed at its
piuolWiug pow r. C'ulostials aro
usually dose bu; ors, and tho tact
that v.o tnrve a good number of
tlii'tn speaks volumes for our
prices. II. Can 'ion, Palama Gro
cery, opposito Railway Depot,
King street. Telephone 755 ovory
Tho Pacilio ILmlwnro Co. ,vill
soon receivo a splendid lot of holi
day goods in tin lino of otohings,
carbon prints and Prank's studies
for art and china painting. Hold
your Christmas oidors for thorn.
Most Complete Stock aud the Greatest
ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES II FUR
NITUBiE AND HOUSE FUR
NISHING GOODS !
"Will be placed in our "Worerooms
at once. Particulars in a fevT
days ORDWAY & PORTER,
Hotel and Bethel Streets.