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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 4, 190S.
We have just received a full line
in all colors and shades of
ROYAL SOCIETY FLOSS in Rope and India. ,
ROYAL SOCIETY PACKAGES contain materials
sufficient floss to complete the work.
STAMPED CORSET COVERS in various styles with
paper pattern, material, nnd sufficient embroidery floss, all
STAMPED NIOHT GOWNS, material and sufficient floss
to finish the work for $1.25.
NECK TIE RACKS. Stamped and Tinted Cardboard
form, wooden pins, sorews and sufficient embroidery floss,
all for 50.
COLLAR' BAGS. Stamped and Tinted, embroidery
floss and all material to finish work, all for 50.
PILLOW TOPS.WITH BACK. Stamped and Tinted with
sufficient floss to finish, all for 50.
WORK BAGS. Stamped on Tan Linen with sufficient
floss to finish all for 50.
LAUNDRY BAGS. Stamped on Drill, sufficient em
broidery floss, round wooden rod and screw eyes all for 50
PIN CUSHION TOPS with back, stamped on pure lin
en, with sufficient embroidery floss, all for 25.
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berttanla Sts.
a f- t ,itt ; -i-" i-fr
Owing to the constant increase of our businesi
calling for servico by wagon we find it necessary to
limit the hours during which. wo will receiva orders for
delivery in the moraine. Complaints have reached us
of the failure of our drivers to deliver meat in time to
be cooked' for the midday meal. To better the con
ditioa and eliminate such complaints we ask your as
sistance toward a better service lo-the, extent, that you
telephone your orders in the afternoon or early even
ing, or leave a request that you be called, before that
hour and 'your order taken by our representative in
the office. We cannot under any.-circumstances guar
antee morning delivery of goods ordered after 8 a. m.
Metropolitan Meat Co.; Ltd.
ROYAL SOCIETY FLOSS I
ROYAL SOCIETY PACKAGES
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNtTI'above 'Li-
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of oar, line, good soil,
no rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy. (50x105.
Price reduced to $150; $25
cash, balance $10 p. m. (
P. E. R. Strauch
74 s. xraa ST.
. Scotch Whiskey
O.V.G. Special , ,,
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
The one spot on this Island where
the table and appointments harmo
nize, and where the comfort of the
guests has first consideration from
manag en and employees. Sixty miles
from Honolulu and on the seashore.
ST. CLAIR BIDGOOD
From Factory To You!
SALESMEN AND WOMEN 1
We want an agent in your vicinity
for our elegant lines of 10 kt and
12 kt strengthened gold rings. Beau
tiful designs. Prices to suit all. A
paying, permanent business estab
lished on very small capital. Splen
did mail order proposition or side line
for travelers. Illustrated circular
free. Essex Jewelry Co., Amesburv.
Mass., U. S. A. 4l4S-3t
134 Beretania near Fort St.
941 NUUANU ST.
AUTO and CARRIAGE
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.'
Merchant St. bet. Tort and Alakea.
King Street, Ewa,of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND 7URNI8HINQ
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.'
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATES
The Auto Livery will" from tils
ilnts reduce all automobile work 38
per cent. 1 paasonger Inside city
limits Punahou St., WyllU St., or
Knnehaiueh Schools, 60 cents; call
ing or shopping 13 per hour; contin
uous driving 15 per hour;-$4' second,
$.1 for third. Around islanc $40. 10.
II. MAVIS, Troprletor. Tel.' tio. "C.
. . i .
Remarkable Display Of
Good Will Towards
Toklo, October 19, Monday morn
Ing broke calm mid beautiful ocr Yo
kohamn hay, the harbor bring bathed
In brilliant sunshine, which threw In
to Btrong relict tl6 Rllsttnlng whllo
sides ot tho American Initio ulilps
v.hero they lax At anchor hcsldo tho
darker Japanese fleet, which showed
strongly ngalusl tho clear horizon.
The first Item In tho reception to
tho Americans was the departure of
Rear-Admiral S perry nnd the Admirals
and Captains of tho floct for Toklo,
They were, driven Id tho station In
carriages elaborately decorated with
lion era, and entered n special train at
9 o'clock. Ktcn tho cnrrliges of tho
train wero especially prepared for tho
occasion, having been newl painted
and draped with American flags and
beautlfuj decorations, while tho Inter
iors were 11 1 led with flowers,
Crowds tine the Way.
Along 'tho wholo eighteen miles of
tho way to Toklo, through a country
Interspersed with quaint thatched cot
tages and native villages, there was n
continual oTatlon to the Americans.
ti nnl ( llf.w.A unkiwil ...v.m., m.l l.m
,ltl.U ,,01UHU, P114"" lldlll-M UHh ,11
forte, the children lining the track as
tho tr.iltl sped by, even pupil waving
two flags, nn American banner nnd the
emblem of their natlwi land, nnd
ever j one chceriqg continuously. Ad
mrnl Sperry bowed his t espouses
from an opcji window mid his oflleors
waved "their hats, while the ladies of
tho party'fluttered flags and handker
chiefs from cver window of the train.
Tho trip was ono long procession
through n lano of waving flags.
Tho wonderful Inspiration of tho
massed children's voices, rcprenenta
ttvo or New, Japan, was ovldcutly n
part of n carefully thought out plan.
It Is tho Intention of tho reception offi
cials to have 1.00O.000 school chlldien
this week volco tho fcentlment of tho
nation's coming generations
On reaching Toklo tho train was
met by n committee composed of re
presentatives of every department of
tho Government. SierUsir .Ia of tho
Auietlcnn Embassy and the entire
staff from tho legation wero also on
luind to greet tho visitors. c
Sing "America" In Cngllsh.
After tho exchange of formal greet
ings on tho station platform, a pro
cession was formed, and then camo
a great stirprlso when the hand struck
up thoj national hjnin and in,ooo
school children, massed in a. chorus
which packed tho entire approach to
tho station, sang the uords of tho
hvmn In English.
tho American N.
through tho narrow pissago and the
walls of tho children of Japan singing
tho national air In English 'was such
is to"stlr tho Inspiration and enthus
iasm even of the weathorbcatcn com
ruandor of the American fleet, who,
with; his ofllcers, bareheaded, passed
along. " '
Aftor fifteen minutes of continuous
singing tho hand stopped and tho lead
er stepped out mid ten thousand voices
cheered again, giving tho American
cheer three times nnd a tiger. Tho
American ofllcers wero then conduct
ed to carriages In waiting and tho
work of tho day was" commenced,
Admirals Lodged In Palace.
Tho Admirals of tho fleet wero driv
en to tho Shlba palaco In tho Imperial
carriages, attended by aids. Tho
twonty-soven captains nnd command
ers wero taken to tho Imjicrlal Hotel.
Tho Btrects leading to both places
woro llterallj packed, hundreds deep,
Aim mauiy cneenng crowds. Tho ef
fect of tho mass of waving flags re-
wuuied a sea or red, white and bluo.
Tho return of Admiral Togo to Toklo
iflor his groat VJctory 'of tho sea of
Jupan did not nrpusVns. great ratlins
lasm.ns was Tuaatffsted.today.
Tho Admirals rccelvodofllclal rills'
-. -) V.
Of the Season k
Seedless Raisins, Sultanas, Currants,
Assorted Candied Peels,
Assorted New Nuts This Season's Crop
Mince Meat-IYis Season's Pack,
Ltd., Fort Street
this morning nnd returned them, after
which they called on Kmbassidor
O'Drien and remained to pnrtaku oft
an Informal luncheon, at which onlv
tho Embassy staff nnd tho naval ofll
cers wero present. This was followed
by two garden parties, ono nt tho Am
erican Embassy and tho other at tho '
residence of Daren (wnsakl, At 8
o'clock tonight n dinner was given
by tho American Embassador tit the
Imperial Hotel. '
Entertainment for Tars.
Ouu thousand sailors from the fleet
w'tll bo brought on special trains dally
to Toklo. where every form of enter
tainment will he provided for them,
frco of charge. Ever) where tho tail
ors nro treated with kindliest hospi
tality. The streets of Yokohama nro
packed with tho Jacklcs of both tla
tlous fraternising nnd tho utmost
friendliness and good humor prevail
Tho American nnval officers say that
their reception exceeds anything tint
they have experienced on their long
cruise, but tho Japanese say that tho
reception has hardly commenced.
YALE HAS 3,400 STUDENTS
To the Public:
We Je$ to annouhce that we are now ready for
business at, 76 Merchant Street, under the new firm
name of - -,
OAT & MOSSMAN
, We shall carry all the finest Stationery .aftd
Periodicals and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Oat & MOPPyan, 76Merohanr,near -Post Office
g the words or tho was nnnounccl nt tho llrsl inee
. Tho entlru effect or of tl0 y,l)o corporation for the
i ",."7.? JkE5 today that 3.400 students wero
NEW HAVEN, Conn , Oct. C - It
was nnnounccl nt tho llrsl meeting
lay that 3,400 students wero cli-
i oiled, 300 more than over before.
Among the now gifts nro $8,000
from Mrs. John II. Hunted, ot Den
ver, to estnblish tho Walter Waters
1 lusted Scholarship In memory of her
Min, Yale, 1910; 11,000 from Mr and
.Mrs. William nnls, of East Detroit,
Mich., for a Donald Annls prlzo In
English nnd German, for freshmen
unit bophomores, In memory of Dou
uld Annls, Yale, 1910; Sir,, 000 for
n memorial professorship In the Aca
demic Department, and $15,000 col
lected by lumbermen for a chair of
applied forestry and practical lumber
The rorporatlon named Eatt Di
vinity Hall Edwards Hall, In honor
of Jonathan Edwards, Yale, 17U0,
and West Dlvliilty Hall. Tnylor Hall,
in honor of Prof, Nathaniel W. Tay
lor. Yule, 1807.
White Canvas and Buckskin Shoes
There is the same Standard Regal Quality in these
shoes as there is in our black and tan shoes.
They are all the latest models, and nil fashioned
in the Regal way. Made with solid Goodyear welt.
REGAL WHITE CANVAS $3.50
GENUINE WHITE BUCKSKIN 5 00
WHITE CANVAS 0XF03D $3.00
Expert repaiting do:ic quickly while you wait.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF KINO AND BETHEL STREETS.
I Herring - Hal!
Surgeon General of public health
nnd marine hospital service orders
discontinuance of quarantine restric
tion In San rrnntiseo.
r ..r,, Uln.'rw 1' -v '
I WILLIAM H. TAFT
is. b.qiag toasted all
over the oountry
No other Safe made to lay is so well constructed, so
entirely and absolutely PROOF against Cre and burglars.
And no other is so pop ilnr today with the business
men of San Francisco, who, since the bis 'Quake, have had
good reason to know thhe relative nwrils of the different
Consider these facts when you want a safe.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Construction and Graying Go.,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., 0pp. W. S. Irwin & C! Ltd.
We do all kinds of Teaming; also deal in Crushed Sock, White and
Blask Sand. Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc. SAFE MOVING k SIT
3 403 OAT & MOSSMAN "VS
(Cut this, put, and paste in
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If ifs painted by
The Paint Shop.
131 King St.