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EVEN1NTJ BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY, JAN. 1(5, 1008.
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HI HI Iff
Lowest Prices in the City
SKIRTS, from 50c to .$3.50; CHEMISES, from 50o to $2.50
NIGHT GOWNS, from 50o to $3.00; DRAWERS, from 35c
to $1.25; CORSET COVERS, from 25c to $1.50.
ALL OF TKEM ARE JUST IN FROM NEW YORK.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
CORNER KING AND BETHEL.
Secretary Mclnerny Vi
sits The Yacht
"I have Just ictiirncd fiom a lslt
tn thu vncht Hawaii," s:ilil Mr. Mc
lnerny this morning to a II ii 11 ('tin
cportor. "It would bo n great mi
Mi ii IN
Tho Interscliolastlr girls' basket
li.ill Boason Is almost a failure tills
.vciir. lly this tlino last year tho sea
win was almost ended, but as yet
prise lo anyone who has not seen her . tills season no games lime been play
f"r tonic time to Just take n few niln- cd nor are any likely to lie nulled oil
ulos oh" and stroll dim n that way. Sho ; for tlneo weeks more, when t'.ie
in c'-rtalnly coming along splendidly, i lllghs meet the Normals lit a frlcnd
Thu wholo frnmo of the upicr deck H ly series of games, three of which
now In position, and the oner for this are. to bo played at the High School,
Is all ready to lie placed on her. When j and three at the Normal eottit.
the Hawaii Is completed she will nil'
douluedly lie the neatest, prettiest, as
well as tho most sea-worthy craft of
her kind that was ocr In this harbor.
It may be that the Hawaii will be tho
only yacht built especially for the
trans-l'.iclllc uice Ibis ear, and If so,
hhe will ncelvo a great deal of public
lty on the Coast on this account
"Asldo fiom the natural t.atlrfactlon
No league has been formed, as nei
ther I'tmahoti or Kiiniehitmcha will
play either the Highs or the Nor
mals. Their principals object to
having tho gills peifonn liefoin the
public, nnd lovers of basketball have
been deprived of the pleasure of wit
nessing one of the prettiest games
Knnicliamcha and Puliation hnve
arranged for a private game, but
U'J.ULL'i.'jl'iM.. .j mil jitttggv l1; uiuif wiwa. 'iLLiHH . L, Ji iii"mii '"
SEEN IN AN AUTO RIDE 3T0R
$5.00 an Hour
Just mil 2flfl nn flip 'nlinno nnil n.lr fnr flTTTMW
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that we people In Hawaii will feel lie- Uaptaln Stone was unable to secure
cause of our yacht, we do not want to tll0 Siimo 1)rVCB for the Highs,
lo-o sight of Urn rnct thatlt Is going ( Knwalahao, which entered tho
to pi nve one or the best ads. this, jcllRll0 rr (lp m.Kt t,P ia8t year,
Teirltnrj ecr leeelved. The Hawaii ' nml w,c, ,.10 abt at tho close of
will be lilted up In the most luipnivcd' tl0 tcatan s t n the game at all
fMilon. with ccvy coiivenlence om-1 j1jB yGtr.
bracing both beautiful and practical! Tlcrc "s tni ,,r forming a boys'
line, and when she U Inspected by tho, b!l8ictim league.. Tho matter was
water exputn of tho Pacllle, they enn-, tliroslied out at the beginning of the
not helo but feel and see wlnt nn In-. Y M c A Bcas()1, ,, u wn8
leiesiliu been lal-.cn liens to turn mil Uht t)lU tI)0 Hk1is WouI1 put
such a cr.icwng goo I iituu noni. tenm , (1crend tho colors of
Thu miiFt and spurs which were thcr BC,0oi )Ut I1()thlnB camo of u.
brought down on the S. g. Allen havu, )uat ut enli llowovor, ienBU0 tall:
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price. Diamonds nnd
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1018 NUUANU NEAR KINQ
AUSTRALIA HAS NEW
Ni w Yoik, January fi. Hoporls
rj o.ii Aiistralln bring news of a now
swimming lecird fur fifty yanls. The
performer was Alex WIcMium, crack
South Sea Islander, who Is expected
to do great things at all distances up
to a fin long this cur.
At Itush Cutter Hay Ilaths ho swam
tho half century In il:2l 3-5, Not only
Is thin a recoul for Australia, but It Is
a world's murk, l'rovlous to this the
accepted record was 0:25 There U
ii leport that Wlckham will bo In Eng
land for the Olympian gnmes, where
In- experts to liavo a try nt the 100
ard race and other distances.
been taken over by Sorcnson, nnd tho
new hollow (ine3 are already on their
long Journey across the continent. It
will liuiot a c--y distant llmo when
the launching dale of the craft can bo
LACK OF TENNIS BALLS
oiwiiusianuiiiK me iei inuu n-u- ,
ills balls have been ordered by Hall
for the last live months, for somo
reason they have not arrived, and on
this account the followers of tho rue. l
quel are slightly up against It. It Is i
thtmigh no fault of Hall to. Son. how-i
over, that the balls are not here, for
tho firm has done everything In Its
power to lush them along. Novor-
Is being revived and this tlmo Indi
cations aro that thcio will bo some
WHEN VI WIN
Golf Players Are
When J on win ou lose! When
I ou lose jou win! Kind of a runny
tholess, tho fact remains thai there ' m cll? W(.t ,nat , ju8t
..!.... I 11.. -Ii,, ,f llnnn nlll lit 4lH
exists In tho city of Honolulu nt tho
present a woeful shortage of tennis,
balls a situation Hint Is as unusual
as It Is trying.
Hull & Son did not want to Keep a
lot of old balls In stocK, as It docs
nut take more than a million jean,
for them lo lose their bouncing pro-
tho boit of a nut the champs in tho
gnlllng gamo nro trying to crack, and
thero aro several oftheni. It Is said,
who aio losing ono thing for sure
over the enigma, 1. e.: sleep. loo
l much for them.
j When jou win )ou lo:,c:
When jou loto you win!
pensltles. ami lie ligurco on on.cii iiB R m,Bhl ,)c poclri ,,,,. lt ,1,,,,.,
eariy nnu iiuvihb u iiun mu. u ... ... , ,.Ppm l(, ,hynio or mako any i.eno.
1II0S brand. As jet they have not , Wu hno H ()lo wh(),o (,,lll(. ll(,ne
been heard from, and, as a conto- , m u u 1)r()WU )iU.cl.
iiucnce, the poor tennls-plajer who svmnm Sln,1!fm W(m tho last
wants to keep In constant trim nnd mrnnmont for t10 Wlilto Hock Sup,
condition, Is suffeilng. didn't hoV That makes twice for
i. i ..mi " " Vh .i, i in,-' William. Now. do jou llguio thai
Krank Dillon says that ho '", wlll ,, lllIt llhead In tho next
o win the endurance run hat, day , Till- Is where
If he ikmII. y can. There aro otlicn Tho conunltu,0 ()Il ,.
who think the saino way. wm m(( wnlim (U)WU tnu
livery man who Is prouil nr his
automobile has entered lt In tile run
The suspension of Ilnlph Ilose
n om amateur standing limy be fol
lowed by that of other noted ath
letes. Hecords of gieat singers' voices
were deposited fnr a lnri-vear stay
In vuultii rniilnr tho Paris Opota
Home, Sweet Home ;
EVENING PRICES 25c, 35c & 50c.
WHITNEY and MARSH
IS NOW ON
Our entire line of Lingerie, Lawn,
Linen, Jap Silk in black and white,
Peau-de-Soie and Taffeta will be
offered at greatly Reduced Prices.
Sizes 32 to 44:
ti'So'lie 'OoUaiitautornoi i
'Ef his auto Otto. tliougKe
OutfKtitoTaee Xhe dutoonow:-
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dm iniaiau Loiw'ou lan L-, g"
There1 tare jtKinrabout'an'auEb'
KveniOtt brought to know:.
NO PROPERTY IN HONOLULU has
the prospective value of
if you buy it right.
I HAVE A VERY BIG DARGAIN
A seven-rooraed HOUSE and larco
LOT a little past the
on the main Waikiki road.
Always rented will make a good
JA3. F. MORGAN,
bo tho official checker-In nt Halclwa.
A communication hns been received
fiom tVmlicw Adams, nian.yier of tho
Kiihuku plantation, stating that he
will Imvo a water-plpo with running
water In a position by the side of tho
road near his offices, for the use of
tho nutomolilllsts. He will nlbo uao
n signal Hag on tho telcginph polo 'it
the turn of tho road, nnd wlll have
one of his men stationed there.
All ariangcments for tho run are
coming nlong splendidly. The big
KtiiilebaKer ear, which was brought
down by N. B. Hlley, and has lecent
I) been sold to Mr. Sehumau, who
will iiImi piohahty tuKo tho agency
of that ear here, wlll bo entered. Ttio
entries eloso tomoriow.
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II, A. King, who has been touilng
tho States with Ills White Mo.uncr,
mid who is now In Honolulu, is en
tered for the run mound tho Island
Saturday. The ears will bo started
from the Capitol building by V. M.
I'.ittcn. They will be sent oil at In
tervals of three minutes, making the
last ear leave about 11: IS.
:: s: ti
lt seems loo bad that tho princi
pals eif the schools won't nllow the
girls to play basketball. Thoro Is
hardly any better gnmo Tor develop
ment that the gills can p'lay man
basketball, and It surely does seem
rather prudish that they nto not per
mitted to play.
Tho tennis-players aro nil singing
that cutu lllllo song originated by
Charlie George, entitled "Tho ball,
(tie ball, tho naughty little ball, jou
rnwii't hit at all."
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It Is reported that tho benches nu
nlshed by tho County nt Aula Park
woro carried off without rcabon last
Cottago, with medern lmprovaments;
Umma Square, adjoining the resi
dence of Jns. I'. Morgan; rent $25
JA8. F. MORQAN.
THREE NIGHTS, BEGINNING M0N-
DAY JAN 20
"LEND ME YOUR WIFE"
' l(..n oi. IudI lltfit lit, wnn'l luivn tlnw,
tp think. Consequently ho has lost
blmply becauso ho won,
It was tho saino kind of a proposi
tion that tho man who was doing
the steady consistent playing befoio
Slmpuin got In his good work. Ho
wasn't making any phenomenal
srorcs so that he could bo pulled
down all'ln u heap. Ho was Just
plajlng tho old rollablo game, aver
aging about SO or . I every time.
IJut ho lost by winning.
I.Ike Jack Doylo nowadays, ho
elngs "I got niliio."
Thai Is a pretty wlso handicap
ciinmilttco. It Is n commltteo with a
head on Its Bhoulders. It has scan
that tho only way to keep up a real
live Interest In tho game at any
i ilte, to keep up an especially live ln-
teiest, and at the samo tlmo glvo
every playor an equal chance to get
his autograph on tho cup, was to
day tho gieat Loveler thusly mak
ing all things, also players, equal. It
Is woll, iiowovor, much as lt may
seem hard for somo to solve.
When jou win you lose, and vice
MORE OH Hi
Officials for the mi to endurance
nice on Rnlunlny are mostly all ap
pointed. Judge Archie Mnhnulu wlll
! Keep Warm! j
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Full-Sized Comf orters,$2.50 to $4
Honeycomb and Marseilles
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