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EVENING BULLETIN. TIONOLULV 11. T SATURDAY. SEPT. 21, 1R01.
Out of business? Not by a Jug full. Wo havo bought out
the Pacific Cycle Co., net door to Khicra', nntl have Just re
ceived 150 Columbia, Cleveland and Knmlilcr Bicycles, beside
a full line of shelf hardwnte. Things look like a large-sized
beehive down here, and we. want you to come around to see us.
E. O. HALL & SON,
Ever body likes good things to enl
We hac Just opened n line nssorttuent of
toeu of the follow Inn kinds:
C. J. DAY Sc CO.
SIXTH CELEBRATION OF
to he held
Saturday, Sept. 21, '01
COMMENCING AT !:HO A. M.
I. SIxoared sliding seat barge, fro..
for nil. Prize. $3o; trophy.
2 Slx-oared gig race; stationary
M-ais. Prize, $30.
3. Slvoared sliding scat barge,
liishman race. Prize. $25; trophy.
4. rirst class yacht race. Fiut
j.ilze tjo. trophy; second, $30, trophy
.". Second class yacht race. Klrst
prize. $3."), trophy; second, $20, troph.
ii. Third dass yacht race. First
prize, $30 trophy; second, $20 tioph,
third, $1.1 trophy.
7. Fourth elabs yacht race. Klrst
price. $25 trophy; second, $20 trophy
.V Tug of war between Japanese
lisliln-; boats. Prize. $20.
9. Swimming race; 100 yards
blralghtawoy. Prize. $15.
10. Diving contest for time. Prize
INTERMISSION FOR LUNCH.
II. Four-oared shell race. 1'rlze, $25
12. Whaleboat rate. First piize, $20;
13. Slx-paddlo canoe race. First
prize. $2o; second. $15.
14. Intermediate six-oared barg9
ince, sliding seat. Prize. $25 tiophy.
15. Steamer boat race. First. $30;
h cond, $15.
HI. SallliiK canoe race. First prlza,
$20; second, $10.
17. Half-mile, more or less, swim
mlng contest. Prize, $15.
IS. Four-onied merchant ships'
boats. First prize, $20; second, $10,
19. Two oared shore boat. First
prize. $15; second, $10.
20. Two-oared sliding Bent race In
boats from Germany. Prize $20 tro
phy. Above program subject to chang".
Ilnces open to all. No entry feus,
swimming and diving races open tin
til start of races.
All rawing races are to bo governed
by the racing rules of the Hawaiian
Bach entry shall Include the name of
the boat, or If It have none the nami
of the person who enters It In the race.
Entries close with J. W. Smithies tit
Pacific Hardware Co. at 5 p. m. Wed--nesday,
September 18. 1901.
For further Information apply to thj
Regatta Commltteo or the secretaty,
J. W. Smithies. 1942-tf
W'c arc now In the Automobile
ttulldlng nnd are prepared to turn
the tlne.it livery In town.
Ilourdert Hate from fire, ns
the building Is FIRE-PROOH.
RING US UP !
Tel. Main 301
BEARD BY CENTRAL
"Hello! Who's speaking?"
"E. 0. Hall & Son ! Why, I
theight yon were burnt ont of
For You I
and It's our business to sell them
tooMes nnd biscuits, Including
Orange Cookies, Etc.
No More Dread
of the iental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN b)
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors It
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLt
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract, fill
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetb
and warranted for ten years. WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
done by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience, ant)
each department In charge of a Special
ist Give us a call, and you will And
us to do exactly ns we advertise. Wt
will tell you In ndvamc exactly what
your wotk will cost by a FREE EX
Set Teeth ...., SSOO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold Filling $1.00
silver rulings 50c
Our name alone will be a guarantee
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors
Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
...Mr.. C. A.
To-night Positively LiiHt Night of
KLPTEMUEU SI, at p.m.
FIRST GRAND MATINEE.
Children hilf price to all parts of Theatre.
Doors open at 2:30 p, in.
Performance at J shatp.
Next Tuesday and Thursday
Evening, and Saturday Afterncon
NU.XT SATURDAY EVIiNING,
"The Belle jOew York"
The box plan now open at Wall,
Nichols Co., where seats can be had.
PRICES 1.S0, $1, 76c, SOt,
Boxes $12, $10, (8.
Doors open at 7:30 p. m.; overture
at 8 p, in.; curringes at 10:30.
Juror's Bicycle Stolen.
While II. ' Austin was bitting on
the Jury In Judge Gear's court yester
day afternoon boiuebody run off with
his bicycle which ho had l'-ft In tho
rack at the fiont entrance of the Ju
diciary bulldlnt'. He promptly report
ed the theft to the police.
SUBMITTED TO STOCKHOLDERS
AT A MEETING YESTERDAY
It Will Be Four Stories High With
Frontages on Three Streets-Comfortable
There was n meeting yesterday aft
ernoon of the stockholders of the pro
posed men's hotel. It wns held at
Cnstle'g lnw office, the following bo-
Ing present1 T, Cllve Davles. Hubert
I.cwers, W. It. Castle, J. II. Atker
tcn. Theodoto Richard.
The matter of a charter of Im-orixira-tlon
was deferred until the return of
nbMant subscribers. An option Is held
on the Hopper propel ty, at Punchbowl,
King unci LlkellKe slieets. A plan of
building wns submitted by Mr. Rich
arcU nnd approved, which provides Tor
a four-story edifice, with construction
which will permit of two mote stoilc
being added nt any time in the future,
If tlic demnnd for rooms be such tlntt
the Increuse be deemed necessary. The
struetuie will be entirely fireproof, as
even the pnitltlon walls In the Intel lor
pre to be of cement upon expanded
metal. There Is ns planned a huso
melit which Is to be subdivided Into
tenants' rooms nnd large storage
rooms for trunks and heavy goods.
Along King street the first floor
front will consist of five stotes, a bar
Mr shop and an entrance to the hotel,
which will have In It the office. Run
ning the entire length of the hotel,
from Llkellkc to Punchbowl street,
at the renr of this line of stores. Is an
arcade nnd hallway. On the l.lkcllkv
street side Is n room twenty-four feet
wide by seventy-five feet long, whlr.'i
if to be the dining-room, and on tli"
Punchbowl front a room of the same
width will be used ns n bllllarl-room.
Tobacco and soda stands will be 'it
the front ends of these two rooms nnd
nu elevator will be placed nt each
of the street entrances. In the center
of the i ear space Is an iiiirocieil
crnrt forty-five feet rquaro, which ex
tends to the roof. At either side ol
this Is a Innal, on one side for loung
ing and the other for dining, llfhlnd
these open spnees are the bath. In
cluding n swimming pool twenty-four
by thirty-six feet, wh'r'i Is to bo fili"il
' otn the hotclY own well mid -opse-'iiicntly
can In drained :i n-1 doaii'd
each night. Provls'ou is nudj for
lockers and steam baths.
The three upper floois will be de
voted lo rooms, which will either
have outside nlr on one ,( the four
sides, or nn opening room upon ihe
central court. These looms nro to.be
nine by nine feet, with cellliua of
the snme nine feet.
It Is not the intention to mnke tli"
'place enm any money, though It Is the
expectntlon thnt It will pay all the ex
penses from the llrst. Rates will be
made very low and the placp will bi
ncnlly furnished. In eveiy respect.
Wnllukii. Sept. 21, A regular meet
ing of the teachers of Makawao was
heiid nt V. W. Hardy's school on Mon
day, Sept. Iti. All of the teachers weie
pie-sent. The minutes of tlia previous
meeting were read. After which u
few remarks were niad-j by S. R. Dow-
11c the retiring picsldcut.
Election of officers lor the ensuing
jear followed: C. E. Copc'vnil. presi
dent; -Miss M. E. Flemntlug, vl" presi
dent; Miss Simmons, seoicinry.
Heinnrks to the retiring president
were made, after which Mr. Dowdle
made a brief response.
MIs-s Eva Smith finished n literary
lesson on Sir Lniinfall, by Jas. R. I,ow
ell. Mr. Dowdle followed with nn
Uddiess on Meteoiology. Then fol
lowed a discussion on wnn should be
taken up for the ensuing year. It was
decided to take up the study of Sliakes
peare, nnd also to appoint a commit
tee to ascertain what work the Teach
ers' National Committee have taken
up, nnd to select from tnelr program
whatever they might see fit.
The following is the program for the
lie t meeting: Comets, D, 1). Baldwin;
Shakespeare, V W. Hardy; Exhibi
tions in our Island Schools, Miss N.
School Inspector C. W. Baldwin was
present nnd made an appropriate ad
dress, encouraging the work, etc.
Sunday Bond Concert.
The band will play the following se
lections at a concert on the grounds of
the Capitol Sunday nfternon, beginning
at 3:30 o'clock:
The Old Hundred.
Overture Hungarian ; ... Bela
Fantasia Foi ester's Courtship ...
Choru6 Tannhaui-cr Wagner
Vocal Selection The Bohemian Girl
Suite The Mascarnde ...... Sullivan
Ballad The Light of the World
Cavatlna Lucia Donizetti
Overture Titus Morart
The Star Spangle 1 Banner.
BI8MARK. 8TABLIJ8 SOLD.
Waltuku, Sept. 21. The old estab
lished Blsmark stables and livery busi
ness, formerly owned by William Good
ness, deceased, was sold yesterday at
public auction to William Hennlng o?
Lahatna, for $3,075, Muul News.
Hllo, Sept. 19. The oall given by tho
Hllo Cotillion club at the Hllo hotel
Saturday night, as usual, was a pleas
ant social success. The guests were
soniewniit lain in aillving owing to
other attractions In the earlier even
ing. The floor was In chnrgo of J. C.
Rldgway. The music was up to the
ordinary Btandard of excellence. The
delicate refreshments, both liquid and
hubstautlal, served under the dlrec
tlon of the hotel management were of
the best. The danceis enjoyed them
selves until the stroke of twelve.
l'inp .Toll Printing nt the llul
S. Peru, Plllsbury,
P. M. S
Saturday, Sept. 21.
Stmr. Clnuditie, Parker, from Maul,
St in r. Ke An Hon, Mosher, from Hu
Stmr, Nllhnu, Thompson, fiom Ku
Friday, Sept. 2U.
Schr. Eclipse, lor Maul and Hawaii
Stmr. Oregonlan. for New Yoik. via.
Kiihulill, Coioncl nnd San Luclu.
1. M. S. S. City of Para, Zecdo.',
(or Port l.os Angeles.
Saturday, Sept. 21.
Am. ship S. 1). Carlcton, Amesbary
lor th Sound.
P. M. S. S. Pern. Plllsbury. for'
San Frauelsco. nt u p. m.
From the Orient, per P. . S. S. IV'
ru. September 20. Mist. 12. A. EnMn,
Mrs. C. C. Hansen, Miss lunn Han
sin, S, 11. Ingram. Captain Not ilselel;,
Mrs. George U. Owen, John Ilurle).
Dr. C. C. Hansen. Miss Lillian Han
ten. Iiank Wilder, R. M. Marble,
Oeorge IT. Owen. Jacob Negllcf. 11.
1,1. Freeman. George K. Holllster, Jl.
For Son Francisco, per P. M. S. S.
Peru, September 21. P. C. Jones uud
wire. B. V. Dillingham, Miss Ada
Rhodes, 11. II. Blood, Cllve Dnvlea
and wire. O. White. A. II. Pollard.
James Alexander, Thomas James, M.
G. Souza, Mrs. C. McCnll.
Eelcctlon of officers was poitponej
for two weeks nt the Joint meeting
Vreterda) evening of the Japanese
Benevolent Society and Charity Hoa
pltal. Adilieshcs were delivered b
Dr. Mori und Mr. Motokawo,.
An abstract of the various reports of
the Japanese Benevolent Society and of
the Charily Hospltnl from .March 1
to August .11. Is as follows:
Total receipts, including the bal
ance of $297.14, brought forward from
February 28. 1901. 4.279.S3. Total eX'
pendltures. $3,931.78. leaving n bal
nnce of $348.05.
Total number of persons nlded Is
50, of whom 22 were received and car
ed for nt the hospital. The averagn
number of days each patient remained
In hospital being .-,114 days. Medlclnti
was provl.Ud for three persons for 6i1
Passage to Japan was given to 2,
and funeral expenses paid for 3. Total
number of paying patients and Hioko
who were supported by the society It
147. of whom 13 died.
Donations iccelved from Japanese
friends. $108.05; from other friends.1
J29.-I, Total, $4C3.05,
Of the hitter are: W. G. Irwin, $100;
Mcssis. Hackfeld & Co., $50; Mrs. S I
N. Castle, $50; C. M. Cooke. $25; Mrs.
fllre. $20; ii well known philanthro
The society desires to express ltn
grateful thanks to the friends who so'
generously assisted the organization
und the hospltnl.
VANDEVILLE NBXT WEHK.
Positively the last performance of
"The Gelshn" will be given by the Pol
lard Lilliputian Opein Co. In Honolu
lu tonight. Tuesday and Thursday
fvenlngs and Satin day afternoon grand !
vaudeville entertainments will be glv-i
en by the entire strength of the com-
pany. The most popular songs from
the various operas of the company's re
pertoire. On Snturdiy evening, Sept.
28 the "Belle of New York" will ba
pioduced. Tlilb has been the com
pany's most successful piece., and has
established phenomenal success
throughout Africa, India, China, Japan
The P. M, S. S. Peru, plllsbury, ar
rived from the Orient luel evening and
went to channel whiuf to discharge.
The vessel had an uneventful trip to
port. She will sail tills afternoon tak
ing sevciul passengers tor the Coast.
Among thoEe booked In her are: B. I
Dillingham. P. C. Jones, A. B. Wood.
nd Mr. and Mis. T. Cllve Davles.
But mot people are not
worrying about It.
They just buy on; of our
desk or celling tans and
keep cool. That's what you
should do. The cost Is very little
In compatlson to the amount of
enmfott you will get fromtliem.
Prices- DESK FANS, 610.00
ClilLING " 4O.00
Telephone Main UDO.
Ads. In this column will be Inserted
at 15 cents a line one Insertion; 25
cents two Insertions; 30 cents one
week; 40 cents two weeks, and 60
cents one month. This Is the cheapest
advertising ever offered the people rf
JUST arrived, graduate Lelpslg Con
servatory, gives piano lessons, $5
month; speelnl attention to adult be
glnneis. Add. Music, this office.
AGENlS WANTED $1 to $5 per day
easily made for the next 90 days
M-IIIng an attractive line of holiday
goods. For full particulars send
name and nddref,s to Albert Dospres,
SUxr-bldg., Chicago, Ills. l'.nii-lw
NOTICE TO HIJNTERS-loat shoot
ing privileges for the Nniiaknll Intuli
are again offered to thu public.
Those wishing to secure permits
will bo furnished with tickets upon
application nt tlw office of The Dow
sett Company, Limited. W. F. Dil
lingham, treasurer. 1914-1 in
MISS C. KRUEGER Piano Instruc
tions; btudlo, Metropole bldg., 1150
Alaken St.; Tel. Main 315.
SELECT RELIABLE HELP Main ol
female. Tel. 2811 Blue or call "Se
lect Employment Office." MngooA
bldg, Merchant and Alakea Sts.
GEt"oUR PRICES on billiard and pool
tables before buying elsewhere; sold
on easy payments. Our cushions aro
guaranteed for twenty years, nnd
are mnde by a new vulcanizing proc
ess. Old tables fitted with our cush
ions are as good as new; satisfaction
guaranteed or money refunded. Heo
our advertisement of "Mannger
Wanted for lawful slot machine.
Palmer Billiard Table Works. Chi
cago, Ills. 1937-2ni
IF YOU HAVE a houso for rent or
want to rent a house, seo A. R.
BINDT. Collections carefully at
tended to and promptly remitted,
Office 115 Knahumanu street. l93-tf
NOTICE The grounds Oi the Alexan
der Young building, und the privatu
street to be known as Bishop street,
nic closed to the public until fur
(Signed) WM. MUTCH.
lS7S-3m Supt. Alex. Young Bldg.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Unloil
Express Co. has WHITE aAND FOR
i . . ".. - z ' ... T. .
'WAMED. - A position ns resident
Barnes. r traveling companion by
i a imlveislty graduate. Best of rcf-
M. II.. Bulletin office.
A GERMAN GIRL wouldirkea posi
tion to take care of children. Ad
dress It., this office. 1947-1 tv
WANTED Two girls to work In bind
cry. Enquire at this office. 1943 tf
WANTED Furnished room; also sta-
blluir accommodations on Kinie
piemUes lor horse. V. P., Bulletin
WANTED Pupils to leurn typewrit
ing; position found when competent;
lowest terms. Room 8, Mngoon bid;;.
WANTED Position by a young lady
as stenographer; experienced. L.
If.. P. O. box 3C3. 1939-tf
MANAGER WANTED In every larga
county to appoint agents for the fa
mous "Game o' Skill" nickel slot
machine (or drinks or cigars; law
ful everywhere; takes place of nil
forbidden slot machines. Rented or
sold on easy payments. Secure ter
lltory quick. Pulraer Billiard Tabic
Woihs. Chicago, Ills. 1937-2m
WANTED To sell Diamond and Opal
Rings, lu the latest styles. Watches
lepalred by a Jeweler of 35 years'
experience. G. DIETZ, Fort street,
nenr Hotel. 180S-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
FOR SALE Household furniture lor
four rooms. Enquire Fort St., opp.
German Bakery. 1945-lw
FOR SALE A house aild lot in Kal
ulnnl tract. Apply at tbn Territorial
...essenger Service. 1945-lw
FOR SALE Billiard "table "and outfit
In good condition; cheap. Addres-i,
"Table." this office. 1943-lw
FOR SALE Furniture of four rooms,
very reasonable. Address J. E. R
'FOR SALE Stelnway parlor grand
' piano: pi-rlect condition. Call on
I Will E. Fisher. 1938-tf
'FOR SALE New and second-hand
' Smith Premier typowilters for salo
or rent. All makes repaired. Wasn-
I Ington Light Co. 1933-lm
FOR SALE Two phaetons In good
condition. One used only a short
time. Address "V. X.,1 Bulletin or
FOR SALE Lot In McCully tract.
19090, $2,200; throo lots In Kapa
hulu. 19,000 square feet. $1,400? lot
cm Ileretanla St.. 150x50, Judd ii
Co.. Ltd. Office No. 307 Stangen
wahl building; telephone Mnln 223;
. P. O. Box (,G7 1910-tl
I STEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE Tho
. "Tnlula." as sho now lies in thu har
bor. She Is a nearly now boat, In
peilect working order, and has beet
of late used In towing at Kahulul
haibor, W. II. Pain.
FRE8H STRAW Tho Union Express
Co. has a lot of fresh rlco straw lor
NICELY furnished room, $5 month;
private family; also front room, $10.
53 Vineyard 8t near Niiuanu.
TO LET Threo rooms for light housu
keeping. Mrs. Kennedy, Adams
lane, . 1945-lw
TO LET Houso at present occupied
by Mrs. 1). Center. Young street ox
tension "nenr McCully tract. Apply
E. F. Bishop, C. Brewer & Co,, Queen
TO LET Newly furnished rooms,
mosquito proof, terms reasonable.
Third house nbovo German Bakery.
Fort St. 1930-tf
FOR RENT Cottago on South St.. six
rooms; modern Improvements; $20.
Emmett Muy. Judd Bldg. 1910-tf
FOR RENT Nicely furnished five
room cottage on Vlscynrd St., be
tween Emma nnd Punchbowl. Ad
dress P. O. Box C12. 1928-.t
TO LET Two
FOR RENT Two (2) story houses nt
Keknullke-pa, on Young St., contain
ing two bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet downstairs. Knplolnnl
Lstnte, Ltd. 1821-tf
T RENT A mosquito proor room,
five minutes' wnlk from trnmcnr In
cool district; board If required; tel
enhono service. Address "E.." Ilul-
FOR RENT A new houso on Arte
sian St., of six rooms with all mod
ern Improvements. Enquire of Chas.
E. Frnsher, Consolidated Soda
TO RENT Six room cottage on Mat
tock Ave.; electric lights; sanitary
plumbing, otc. Apply G. II., P. O.
box 363. 1939 tf
TO RENT Residence of Dr. J. S.
Mdlrew. cor. of Beretanln and
Richard Sts suitable for doctor's
office or private residence. Apply
to Dr. a". S. McOrcw, Lunalllo, cor.
Hurkfeld, or J. T. McGrevv, Bishop
IF oii hnvo u houso for rent, or want
to rent a houso, call on A. II. BINDT,
office with Guide Publishing Co.,
Cnmnbell block. Merchant St- Tel
ephone Main 374. 1847-tt
FOR LEASE Furnished houso now
occupied by Mrs. K. K. Pratt, No.
HiM Punchbowl St., for two ynirA
Will bo vnrant midd'o of next week.
House electric wired. 19 1.1-1 w
FOR LEASE Premises on Union St..
with n frontago of 212 feet nnd a
depth ol 70 feet. Long term given
without onerous conditions. Apply
to J. M. nlONSARRAT.
Rooms 20-21, Campbell block.
LOST If the young lady, who. by
mistake or otherwise, took nnny
from Progress Hall last SATRU
DAY evening a white cashmere,
blue sntln-llncd cape, with wli(t
swansdown edging, will return It in
the Bulletin office, she will confer n
Jas. F. Morgan
ii -65 Queen Ktp
ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the Claudlne wharf of the Wilder
S. S. Co., I will sell at Public Auction
for account of whom It may concern,
a very lurge consignment of
ROLLED BARLEY, UK Is.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
At Mills Institute.
An entertainment In honor of those
who assisted In the repair and Im
provement of the school buildings of
the Mills Institute during vacation
time was given at tho Institution last
evening by Frank Damon nnd tho stu
dents. Ono of the features of the pro
gram was u siereoptlcon snow by Rev.
W. D. Wcstervelt. Ho was assisted In
the description of his views by Rev.
Mr. Nelson a mtsslonnry who Is
spending 3 week or so In Honolulu.
This gentleman made n short address
In Chinese. There were bcvernl musi
cal selections. In all, there were In tho
neighborhood of 120 people present.
Murpheyltes to Sing.
There will bo n big dance In Mur
phy hull next Thursday nlgbt In hon
or of the new officers. The festivities
will begin at 8:30 o'clock and a halt
will bo culled nt midnight. F, G.
Noyes w 111 be floor manager. The fol
lowing floor commltteo has been ap
pointed: George Holies, Jean B. Sa
lute. A, 11. Wallace, E. G. Wilson nnd
J, W. Ilemus.
ART DE LA MODE
The Latent Fancies Jrom the
Preparations for the Holidays
ITH A VIEW to finding oat
what preparations our
merchants are making for
the holidays, and of seeing
what new things are ar
rlvlna from the world of
fashion, I visited the store of
Whitney Sr Marsh
the other day.
I was greeted very pleasantly oy me
courteous head of the firm, who ha
but lately returned from the Main
land, and who chatted very interest
ingly anent his trip.
When I asked him to show me soma
of the new and pretty things he had
bought, he smiled and said:
"Why, there are so many that I
scarcely know where to begin; but
the special Item we are showing this
week Is these:
There they were a table piled full
of them, In a wondrous variety of
colors, double and single face, embrac
ing Grecian Heraldic, Egyptian and
Arabesque designs. There were alti
Art Denims In pretty,, plain shades,
and bright-colored Sllkollnea, and
beautiful Cretonnes. If It ever hap
pens that any one asks me to help
him in furnishing a house, I shall at
least have some Ideas for maklna cur
tains and portieres, and couch coven.
DELT8 AND BUCKLES.
Just to the right of the Draperies,
I saw, hung over the counter about a
hundred of the newest belts with
some of the prettiest buckles I have
ever seen. There Is a new double
buckle which allows both ends of the
belt to droop, giving the fashionable,
long-walsted effect to the wearer. This
buckle is readily removable, and when
the belt Is worn out the buckle may be
kept and attached to a new belt.
COMBS AND 1
In these I saw the most recent con
ceits, and many are the new ideas
that the makers have put forth In
Pompadour, Side and Back Combs,
Fourettes, Stray-Lock Pins and Hair
Ornaments. The Imitations of real
shell are very clever and of course
don't cost anything like the genuine
The store's assortment of Pursei,
Chatelaines, Shopping Bags and Card
Cases is excellent, and the prices low.
er than I have ever seen them. I
know that that department will have
a rush of business as Holiday tlmo
But the Wash Goods sectlonl Hawk
I could rave over the pretty things I
saw therel You have the prettiest
Wash Goods here I ever saw. and I
have traveled a good bit of the world.
I am told that there Is a oreat demand
now for Chambrays and Linen Ging
hams and Silk Ginghams, and Madras
Tissues and Pineapple Zephyrs. ThJ
plain colors ox-blood and light blue
chiefly are the most popular, but
there Is also a steady demand for oil
stripes and for stripes with small fig
urea worked In between.
Unquestionably the most nonular ti
nowadays both for men and women is
the narrow Four-in-Hand known aa
the "Derby". Thla tie noes well wltn
the high band turnover collar, Its nar
row width allowing It to be tied In a
four-ln-hand knot even where the out
siue edges of the turndown collar al
most touch in front. Nevertheless thn
popularity of the Batwing and Butter-
ny lies aoes not seem to wane, and
there Is also a fair share of r.h.h.
Tecks and Windsors worn. I noticed
a number of ties in the Regatta col
orsMyrtle and Healanl which I was
told were to sell at 35c each. I think
this low price will be appreciated, as
one doesn't always feel like paylncj
75c or a dollar for a tie which Is worn
little more than one day In a year.
Many of us have lived all our lives
without ever having seen a scrap of
linen of American manufacture. I
saw some In Whitney & Marsh's base
ment salesroom, and it was butlful.
You couldn't tell it from Enpllsh Lin
en, and If you could then I a.ii, in the
language of an esteemed contempor
ary of mine, a fringed doylle servln.i
as a mat for a bottle of Worcester
shire Sauce. There are doutlrs of
American linen ind Table Cloths, too,
and Napkins and several kinds of tow
els. I shall be Interested to know hiw
these, goods are received here.
But If there was any one thing that
I was more glad to see than all tho
rest it was a big bile of tho famous
Redfern Corsets the first shipment to
the Hawaiian Islands. I wore one
once and ever since I have looked back
to that time of comfort with Infinite
longing. Why, even ihe first time you
put It on It's as easy as the proverbial
old shoe. It yields to every motion of
the body and never breaks at the hips.
And yet It Is always as stylish as were
the gowns of the man whose name It
bears. I am told that It will sell at
three dollars, which Is exactly what
you pay In San Francisco.
Many other things I saw In my trip
through this well-kept store Long
Cloths, India Linons and Victoria
Lawns, sheer and fine; delicate Swiss
es, Wash Chiffons and Organdies, ex
quisite Allovers, Tucklngs, and Em
broideries, Arabian and Valenciennes
Laces, rich Silks and Ribbons; but
of these perhaps I will tell you more
In another letter. BUD BRIER.
Murphy Hall Concert.
Following Is tho program urranged
for the entertainment In Murphy hall
this evening, begfnnlng at 8; in o'clock:
Pinno Selection Miss Do Shea.
Vocal Selection (by request)-"Idle
"Dreums" A. B. Wulluco
Recitation Miss Wheeler
Banjo Solo II. Mleth
Vocal Selection "Far Away "...
Jean B. Sabate
Pantomime "Ieap for Life" ....
Flute Solo Moses K. Nakulmi
Address "The Great Conflagration"
U. D. Mattox
Recitation "Barbara Freltschlo ..
Humorous Talk John Marlln
Accompanist, Miss De Shea.
Protest Against Appointment.
Hannah It has filed a protest against
tho appointment of Chlng Hong Wa
Aht as administrator of the estate of
her father. Ahl, deceased, on tho
ground that he Is not the lawful heir
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