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COOL WEATHER COMFORTS
You need warm wraps now while the weather Is cool and chilly. We
are offering Ladles' and Misses' Capes that will keep the wind and cold
away and are so attractive that showing them Is almost as pleasant as sell
ing them. We have them all on display In the store, and every one Is
marked In plain figures. Prices are as low as a high grate of goods can
possibly be sold.
Molfnn Mnlli "!"." ".".' rl.h.nJ.t.IKh,
heavy tt Mil g
JvM lit tl?ht lenpth and cut lor
TrlmmeJ wlti hilf Inch tint of &outih bralJ Lala value
Mellon Cloth am color, and lour rows of CQ flft
tawa vamt am reamy yuiuu
Navy Blue Broad Cloth MW"
Ladies' and Misses' Gapes, Navy 1
OCOICll rlalQ and ool lrlit. Ulr.CC 1)11
Dim. OIaIIi trlmirei wlih for row CO TC Cmlnttn Pinne lilmm.J wiih lur and Krajhir.
UlUttU.U.I. clI.U. .m., .lull.., L,H W-IUU. UUUBO QQ and S7(
Large and 'handsome assortment of Heavy Golf and
Steamer Capes, Prices $10.00, 12.50, 15.00.
In Our Show Windows we
nre llnpliiyliijj nn excellent nsHorlmcnt of
CHILDREN'S COATH and JACKDT8, all plntnly
marked and of extra value. : t I t I
CHILDREN'S REEFER JACKETS
In navy blue and bottlo green, trim
med In while silk soutache braid, at
4.00, 4.50 and $5,00 each.
Colors, navy blue, red, bottlo green,
tan, brown and electric bluo; mndo
of good quality cashmere, and trim
med with fancy silk braid, and In tho
latent fashion, at prices ranging from
2,75 to $8,00 each, .
When we consider that one-third
of our lives are spent In bed and real
ize that the nights are getting colder,
we begin to wish for warm blankets.
Good values will be found In the following!
10-4 white, brown or grey Cotton Blankets at 1.00 per pair for double
bed. 10-4 heavy white, brown or erev, 1.25 and 1.50 per pair. Extra
heavy white Cofton Blankets with blue or pink check border, 2,25 a pair,
All Wool Blankets, 11-4 for double beds, with blue or pink border, 5,00
per pair. Full stock of All Wool Blankets from 5,00 to 10,00 per pair.
Sachs' Dry Goods . Co,, Ltd,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
SOLE AUENTS for
Alsen Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime : :
Pick's Batata Belting ;
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
CAPTAIN COOK SERIOUSLY ILL,
,itt. SHwrrv r ?.. .- ' , . a
Washington, Dec. 21 -Word was received at tlio Ilurcau of Navigation
ji-st before the ollkc closed for the .lay that ttiptaln I'rnncls A Cook who
commaniled the lirooklyn nt Santiago, was lying dangerously II at the Naval
Hospital In this elty. Ills condition '.os considered so critical that the de
partment was asked to order Naval Cadet Harold H. Cook, who Is now
nboiril the battleship Illinois at New Orleans, to com to Washington Im
mediately. Another of Captain Cook's sons, PaRsed Assistant Surgeon I' rank
O. Cook Is now at the Naval Hospital In this city. In attendance upon tils
father. At the Nual Hospital It was stated late tonight that Captain Cook s
condition was much Improved.
When the Meade court martial wai ordered Captain Cook was assigned
as a member, but afterward was relieved on account of 111 health. His ail
ment Is an affection of the heart. He has been In th ehospltal for several
weeks past, first at the Norfolk Navy Yard and later In tho hospital In this
It I" s tore, tafc atitt quick trmiMj,
TherCa ONLY ONE
at Two aires 3c anils'
UUYING DANISH ISLANDS.
Washington, Dee. 23. The negotla
iluns Diiueen the Governments of thu
lined Hintes mid Detiniai,., looking
.o (lie (cssliui oi thu Danlsn West lu
.n'a. are dragging. No substantial
,, ii,i tH has been made muce last
null The latest suggestion Mom tin
iMmxh side 1b that tne people of the
m.uhIh snail determine by n plebesi lie
A nether iliey shall be ceded to the
liiti (1 Slules. 'I he gluconic.' of such
i nl laniiut bu loreluld, lor the
rolls Iceling or .. hi hinviit toi the
i.otr.ir cuiimiy on! he one hand might
m onset hy iliu gri'iit trade nihaii
,ig. s ixpccted to lolluw the cession ol
in islands to the Uiillen btales.
I opt nh.tgen, Due. 2.1. A petition
igallibt tho sale of the Danish West
tndii-s, unless tho matter Bhall have
leeii flrsi silbmlttL'd to a pleolsclte has
.icen circulated, and will he sent to
in' Itlgsdag tonight 'Ihls petillon
wears very few signatures of members
it the former Parliamentary commit.
.ee who reported In lnor of selling
he Islands. Hauliers ntid busInesH
men are taking a last and desperate
jtaud against the sale ot the Islands
During the coming holidays they will
draw up certain proposals In the prem
ises to be submitted to tne Itlgsdag
nimeillntely when that body reassembles,
.: MEN :.
Have much to say In favor of tho new enclosed Arc Lamps
MR. W. W. DIMOND says! "I cannot Bay too much In praise ot
these lamps; they glvo a soft, penetrating light, evenly distributed,
and without fluttering or noise. They are the best lamps I have ever
MR. W. H. SMITH, Manager of Manufacturers' Shoe Co., says!
"They aro tho best lights wo have over used, and I tako great pleas
ure In recommending them."' '
Wo havo many other such recommendations. Wo will Install
theso Lamps at a small cost, and they will give you flvo times the
nuiotint of light of tho Incandosccnt at tho snmo cost. Hum eighty
hours with ono trimming. For further Information send us a postal,
or ring up Mnln 300, and wo will bo pleased to call at your ofllce.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Street, nenr Alnken.
AT Til II ,
PRICE . ,
t-i a r a ii a rvf xro a "" -a"
l -. rtl " 'ai-v wwvr " L.U.,
Corner Merchant unil Nutinnu tStn. I. O. ISox 070.
Gage Has Resigned
Shaw is Appointed
Washington. Dec. 23. Governor Les. Tribune, which has had a page article
lie M. Shaw of Iowa Is expected to be- going Into the Cuban situation anil
come Secretary of the Treasury. It predicting mat secretary wiuuii
...n. miiiv nnnmini-ct nt the White strong attitude upholding the beet su-
Ilouse 'today that Governor Crane of gar Interests would eventually force
Massachusetts had declined the ap- him out of the Cabinet It declared
polntment for family and Tiuslncss rea- Secretary Wilson to bo utiputrlotlc
.nn. The President and Senator and unjust In his altitude toward Cuba
Lodge wcro In conference on the BUb- and that In view of the President's
Ject, and Senator todgo. after a talk strong desire to follow the suggestions
over the long distance telephone with of General Wood and Secretary ltoot
Governor Crane, made tho announce- In giving relief to Cuba, there was
irent that Crane would not be Socre- troutiio aneau ror wiison
TUB KAM1LY KKinNO.
No remedy has as good a right to
that tit o as Ktckapoo Indian Oil. It
is good for Internal and external uso;
It Is pain's most powerful panacea. No
ouo can say "I won't" have ueiirulgla,
rheumatism, earache or uny other
acute pain, but everyone who has a
bottlo ot Ktckapoo Indian Oil In the
house can say with ennftdenco "I
won't" havo neuralgia or any other
pain long. The power of this oil over
pain Is marvelous. Toothache, ear
actio, headache, neuralgia and rheuma
tic pains, tl)scntcry, dlrrahoca, cholera
morbus, co lc, cramps, and all acuto
pnlns yield Instantly to tt. You are al
ways proof against pain with a bottte
In tho house. Hobron Drug Co.,
agents for Klckapon Indian Remedies
CLUVULAND NOT WBLL.
Metropolitan Meat Go.3
Fresh Meats and Fish i
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Colli Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
( Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon und Ilultbut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Matke King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
tnry of the Treasury.
Secretary Wilson reiterated today
Soon after ward was out that Gov tho President had wolfed at the
suggestion of his resignation and In
slsted upon his remaining at the head
of the Agricultural Department.
crnor Shaw of Iowa was being con
sidered, and that the office would ba
tendered to him. Word came from
New York tonight that certain bankers
had been consulted, and that they ad
mitted that Shaw had been asked to
servo. Governor 8haw's term as Gov
ernor of Iowa ends this month.
Governor Crano's connection with
paper manufacturing business was
such that he could not dispose of his
inierescs in a .u By- "" constant attendance upon her. A bill
l-resiueni, nnu no aiso ieu m m ... . . . nnnn . .
people of Massachusetts, who have just
elected him for another term, were en
titled to his services. A note given
Princeton. N. J., Dee. 21. Mrs. (lrc-
rr Cleveland made the following
Etatement today concerning the health
of tin former President: '"Tho reports
that have been published In regard to
Mr. Cleveland s health have apparent
ly been construed as Indicating his
entire recovery. This Is shown by
renewal of all sorts of applications for
all sorts of things which can hardly be
considered even ny n man In robust
health. He liaB already received se
erti epistolary chastisement at th
hands ot those who aro Impatiently
I .nn .inn nee. 23. The condition of. awaiting nnswers to letters will!
Queen Alexandra Is more serious than should never have been written. While
1 .( nlnu.Jn n.l'n knnllli la Diinl, nil t r
.ill, vivillumin uitii.u an ..( ..n ...
entirely relieve his friends from nny
I apprehensions, ho Is yet lar from well,
and has not been able to leavo his
The Connoisseur Likes the Best Only.
lie GctH the tlCHt,
when lie Hclccttt
MOET and CHANDON'S
ol which a new nlilpnicnt connlHtlnjl of
QunrtB und Plnt luivc JuHt been re
ceived by ------ .
Li H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
r H 6ole AjJcntK, llawulliin Territory.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
has been given out, and It Is said that
It causes some anxiety. Doctors aro In
JAPANI18B IIUDGKT SHOWS A
Queen is progressing favorably, but
that tho extensive arrangements made
for Christmas festivities at Sandring
hnni, Including large shooting parties.
have all been upset, and that their Toklo, Dee. 23 The Japancbe budget
majesties will spend Christmas at .,U8 surplus of 47,700,000 yen,
Marlborough House. which, together with the proceeds
It was announced later In tho day from tlc Chinese Indemnity, the Gov-
tnat tne tjueen wbb suncring irom a ..rnment nronoses to devote to redeem
out by Governor Crane in Iloston gives
Illness in his family as another rea
son for declining to accept the Treas
Des Moines, la.. Dec. 23. Govunor
Shaw left for the Kast tonlgTit. Seen
Am altfh Ab.iln ....IIa.I ami ttA unMl "T
ZiTwltoaiwimZnMia chill, but that her condition Is not con-1 1B ,,, natlonal ,lellt, thc bll1(llng 0,
.....v ..i. .....j.....,, ..... , . . .i...v mniiion oi tne navui maintenance
her room in a few days, fund.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Beretnnln and I'auahl.
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 078.
Rubber Tires put on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmckS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
. . .
tfX T H E E V EJ1J N G BULLE T IN
gg? THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KtOSDYKS rO ADVERTISERS JtJjt&jtJtJtjH
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Dlk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convlnco your
self of our low prices.
14 Hotel Street, near Nuuanu.
! ........II .. . ..,.. I.I.I .1 I.I. I -
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT STREET.
IP . O- 2302C 880 IMIstlzx 21R
by President Roosevelt to succeed Sec
retary Gage as Secretary of the Treas
ury In the President's Cabinet. I hve
rni, other information on the subject.
Manifestly I cannot discuss It. I have
not received any information on the
subject from Washington, cither from
President Roosevelt or from any Iowa
The Governor declined to state hlB
purpose In leaving the city for tho Hast
and ho said ho had not been called to
Washington. It Is generally under
stood hero that Governor Shaw has
been determined upon for tho Treasury
portfolio, but the impression prevails
that he will probably not accept the
position, While he Is well-to-do, hn
lias not n large fortune, und It Is pos
sible that ho would think himself nn
able, In a financial sense, to accept tho
place. At any rate, ho could not deter
mine tho matter beforo consultation
with some ot his friends who are high
In tho councils of the party in Iowa
and the Nation,
WoMcin Wh.tNSeS-yr tour
and w mall ntnictInim.tlIinnDl
ni ttid Mfiui rniE m nriimiilrn
Pretty IMera of (InMrUledifewrrr jr. Write at once.
Arme BOOK UO ntu JO.wincvnig.w t-nroiini u a
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Many new 8taytes Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Xaces of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
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the Bulletin, 75cts. per month
Washington, Dec. 25. It was an
nounced authoritatively this evening
that Governor Leslie M. Shaw of Iowa
would bo nppolnted Secretary ot the
Treasury to succeed Secrotary Lyman
J. Gage. There will bo no change In
tho ofllce of Secretary of Agriculture.
Secretnry Wilson, also of Iowa, con
tinuing to retain his portfolio. The
(Into of transfer of tho Treasury De
partment 'will depend on tho mutual
convenience of tho outgoing and the
Incoming Secretary. Mr. Gage havlnit
signified nn entlro willingness to re
main nt tho head of his department
until such time as It may ho agreeable
to his successor to tako hold. It la
supposed, howover, that Governor
Shaw will bo Inducted Into his new
offlco some Oinn In January.
The ofllclal announcement from tha
White House tonight that Governor
Shaw wouhl succeed Gage and that Sec
retary Wilson would remain In the
Cabinet Is of special Importance In
view of tho flgl)t that has been made,
and Is being made, against Sccretar)
Wilson by papers supposed to bo work
ing In tho Interest of the sugar trust
Among these papers Is the New York
aPZErMtTgilv'S.TJC illtTM! C )j(jAjjSg,iBrB a "i 1 aBattLLuMLl
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.,
LU Hi JIIJMIM,.