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EVKNIN'0 BCIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUnsityY, NOV. 10, 190S.
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A Sale that will save you money
on all qualities of Table Linens.
Hemstitched Lunch and Dinner
All pure Linen of extra fine quality, in sizes 45x45, 54x54, G3xG3,
$2.05 $0.00 QUALITY $5.25
$3,00 $7.50 QUALITY $0.76
Satin Damask Linen Dinner Cloths
Made with Napkins to match. Regular dinner sets of the finest
quality, ?.' yds. square, and of elegant design, selling this week at RE
DUCED PRICES. -
Mercerized Dirtncr Cloths
ALL HEW; WASH AND WEAR WELL.
8-4 $1.50 QUALITY $1.15 10-4 $2.00 QUALITY $1.05
While Linen Table Damask
$1.00 Quality, 2 yds. wide. .80c yd. $1.35 Quality, 2 yds. wide.. $1.10 yd.
$1.25 Quality, 2 yds. wide.. 05c yd. $1.50 Quality, 2 yds. wide.. $1.20 yd.
APPEAL IS NOTED
IN WYNNE CASE
Att'y Frank Thompson
Takes Case To U.S.
Attorney l'rniilt Thompson will ni-
p:il lliu Wyuuu case. In tliu IiIkIichI
ronit In tlin land tliu Hupreiuo Court
of tliu Unltoit Stilton. Ho Htatuil tills
iirtirnlng Hint hi) ltitcntleil currying
tlin nppenl ill' at nil (iild.i.
TIki main flglit ho will put up will
probably lie on the question of the
Jurisdiction of the local Kcileral
Court to try tlio cane. It limy ho that
lie will fight to have the rase tried
IAUKEA SAYS HE HOUSE
Gives Figures Showing
"I poo Hint some of the papers In
ulnuulu that the police are not iloliiB
nil much In the line or iirrestiui; gam- I
nicm na muy hhrhi, nam Sllfllii
Thousands of American women
of fnrt. the lilnrn whlrli wiih Imllrnt.
id hy one paper ns bring a gambling
Joint, whs raided the night heforc, '
hut its on (llffcient occasions illlter-
cut parts at the house aro used for
the games, the officers made a nils-1
In tlio Territorial courts. Tlio ilay tahe, aim uroue into tho upper part in n1lr i,,,,,,.,,, , ,i,iir nnrinMinr
certain for senlenco hy .Tuilgo Dole while the game appears to liuvo been their lives to (lltty.
in mo umo conuuruu 'in ino cellar, i m oixlur 10 Keen t 10 llOlllo Mat
I have ninile a statement conipar- nnd pretty. HuLchilihcit well dressed
Inc tho nuniher of urrestH niailo for i (Hid tldv. Women overdo. A feinalo
Bamlillng ilurlng the pai.t three ' weakness or displacement is often i
luontliK with the number miule ilur-' brpuphtoii und tlioy MUllVrln sllunco, I
tiiK.tlio coricspoudlng three montlH "ff '"!, im imii to worsts,
of last ear. It h n.lmltte.l hy ev- '"w. H l "& 'lp' ."Kllt tl?
trjone that Mr Taylor, who was In 'i,,, dallymakelifuulnmlen.
thnigc of the itetettlvo foice last ' It is to theso faithful women tbut
var, was n Kireniioiis anil cuicicni tn- ' - .. - nimii m
ncer, wnii inn nil in ins power in
stamp out gambling, and the llgurcs
clow that Knlaklela has made oven
uore nrrestB for gambling."
The statement prepared hy tlio
Slcrlff Is as follows:
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i mSfftmrvyma ' : ' i
WO lfKllM 'I
wait pet for Krlday of this week.
TUompran stating that ho Intended
to leave Saturday for tho Coast.
PRINCE HENRY TAKES
FLIGHT IN AIRSHiP
72 iuto jtf., extra quality, ,75c yd. Extra heavy, 50c quality, at 37acyd.
IN STANDARD SIZES AND NEW PATTERNS. ALL AT REDUCED
PRICES, I' ROM CHE APEST TO THE FINEST :
S1.25 QUALITY at $1.00 doz. S2.25.QUALITY at $1.00 doz.
SI. 75 QUALITY Pt ?1.45 doz. ?2.75 QUALITY at $2.45 dozA
.".uu quaniy ai 9d. uu.
BETTER QUALITIES III THE SAME PROPORTION,
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,, Fort fc Beretania
We have every quality of STATIONERY
and every Size, Color, and Price.
Ail the popular PERIODICALS of the Day.'
, OAT & MOSSMAN, ,
Merchant Street Near Post Office
Krledorlchshafen, Oct 27 Prince
Henry tif Prussia spent sovcrnl hours
In the air today as tho Kiiest of Count
Zeppelin, who made nil usccnsloii In
his remodeled nlrvhtp at a compara
tively ea'ly hour, Not only did tho
Pilnco thorouslily enjoy his experi
ence, but he sat nt thu steering whel
for many nilUu of the fllnht, KtililiiiK
Hie inoemen't of the craft nnd com
pelling It to execute nil kinds of com
Prince Henry's satisfaction with the
Kient (IlKlit wn-t unbounded, nml he
Knvu expression to It In u telegram
uhlcli hu sent to tho Ijmperor:
"Under Zeppelin's Kiildance I felt
Just ns safe as on my own llaKdilp."
Captain Mlschlie was also u passeu
Kcr when tho stmt wan made In the
illicctlou of L'eberlltii?er, to tho north
wnnl of Constance.
With Count Zeppelin hlm-elf rtt tho
wheel tho nil ship rose to nil altitude
of (WO feet, nnd, moving rnpldl
ngalust a strong wind, hmiii dUap
jieaied behind n hank of clouiN. Soon
messages began tii arrive from the
towns In tho ntilnu valley nniiouiicliig
tlio paBsngu of the ulrshlp, but about
2 o'clock In tho afternoon a sonorous
round from tlio sky Indicated That tho
craft was leturnlng. Soon It ni
peared ubuvo the thronged streets of
Constance, whciu tho Prince Valnted
In nckiiowledgiUent of tho owitloi?
from tho cheering crowds below.
After maneuvering about I.uke Con-
staiico In full Iow of tho city for
some time, the airship made Its way
toward tho Hulas frontier, dlttippear
lug In tho direction of Tyrol. It le
turned to Its mooting nbout mmsct
It hud been originally Intended to
niako n flight of only three hours, and
tho royal family expected tlio Prince
to lunch hi 2 o'clock, but tho Prince
was ho charmed with his successful
aerial flight that ho extended the
cruise until ho was driven homo by
In nil. tho airship carried five men
two of them being mechanics, -mid nf
ter some water ballast hnd been catt
orf, tho nil ship roso gracefully nnd
was soon lost in the haze. Tho corres
pondent followed It In a ruelngfiiotor
boat, but was unable to keep tlio air-
rhlp in sight, us It soon nttnlued u
speed of thlrty-suvcn miles nn hour.
Shortly, however, tho nlrslilp. ieni
peaied above tho lake, emerging from
u cloud hank like a visitor from an
Count Zeppelin evidently wished to
show tho Prince somo maneuvering by
tho craft, and ho descended to nbout
300 feet from tho surfaco of tho water
turning from right to left and from
left to light llko a well drilled fllo o(
soldiers. Then Biiddenly It mounted
a thousand Icet and hot Into the
clniiils, only tho mighty hum of Its
propellers Indicating tho course "It had
UlRIISt . .
October . .
AllgMHt . . ,
October . .
Arrests. Ciivctnt. Pines.
Ml 1S7 $1298.05
AViests. Cnvctns. Finos.
. . 121 101 ,11,13. or,
. . ins ;.-
. . 91 8!
LYDIAE. PIN KH AIM'S
comes ns a boon nnd a blessing,
iw ifr-tlid to Jlrs. 1 Ellsworth-, of
MrtyvMe, X. Y., nml to Mrs. A . 1.
Boyd, of Heaver Fulls, Fa., who say:
i " I was not able to do my own work,
owing- to tho female trouble from Which
I EiilTcred. Lydla K.Plullinm'B Wire-
tnblcCompound helped me wonderfully,
nnd I, urn bo well that I can do as big r,
day's tvortc as I ever did. I with every
slclc woman would try It.
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydla E. Pink-
19S.00 frora roots nmi ileri,3, hrts been tlio
fi Rfi. 4 o I ilnmlnvrl Tvnnn.lif trr fnnt.iln til.,
anil nus pohitivciy curcu thousands of.
J 1 737.1 1) I women who havo been troubled with
' displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, nuroiii tumors, lrroKiiiarities,
1 periodic pains, backache, that liear
i lnc-down fccllnc. flatulency, indiues-
i . " " ;
Mrs. l'lnkliiuu Invites nil sick
women to write licr for ntlvlec.
8ho lias Kiildoil thousands to
bcuttb.' Address, Lynn, Muss.
AS FEDERAL CLERK
Oils Murphy wa.i this morning of
ficially appointed ClerU of the-Unllcd
States District Court, nnd lie lias
been lept busy nil morning receiving
tho lougraCulutloiiji of his many
friends, (lus. Is ono of tho best-liked SCIIAI-TKK In fills city. November
9, 1908, Ida, beloved mother tif
JIis, Wm. K. Ilrny, V. II. Thome,
Knte, Julin, nnd William Schnffer.
Huns and August Htarltloff, a na
tive -of (lermnny, aged 54 yrars.
Kuncrnl fiiini the iinilertuklng
parlors of II. II. William this (Tues
omcl.ils (n, fhe ('fifjtal, Pervlccvhcre.'
and thcio w 111 be lew Indeed who will
not ho glad to hear nt his excellent
promotion. He will take the oath of
office (in Monday.
Stcupgrnpher Deas will ruob.ihly
ho appvfuted to succeed It 1 Ml, while
fur tho steiiogijphcr'B position.
Hawaiian Iron fence and Monument Warks
For Sale Signs
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 17C-1B0 KINO STflEET.
New Line f Corset Covers
25 Cents Eaoli
50 " "'
75 " "
1.00 " "
L. Akoy, Ntuianu below Hotel
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 9, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 d. m.
ClinrlcH, U"- llooth by regr ...Notlco
C II Helm to von Hamui-Young Co
nilen A Murry and hsb tn Georgo
II Holt D
Kllznbcth Sahlln nnd hub to Cella
J3 K (iuy D
Sarcpta A Gullek tn Colla U K (iuy.D
Celln K K (lay nnd hsb to William
O Smith tr M
Entered for Record Nov. 10, 1008, '
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Henry Mnlaloha tn Chung Hu et
nl ' ;D
J N Knplloho to Maul Loan Co, tr
of i AM
M A Tavaica ct nl to vl'uKnlanl
Hairy & 1'lncapplo Co Mil I)
Kalanl Knmahlut to Mix Jnno l'a
Weekly Bulletin Si PeiYeai
S0F "Forv Rent" cards on aalo
Several fine BUILDING
I0TS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed exten
sion of car 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
WA1TY BLDO, . 74 S. KINO ST.
You See Hum in All
Parts of Honolulu
The Land Is Still On The
AS YOU TRAVEL around the city
you frequently sec For Sale
signs on hnd and houses, with
the pairft washed off and hard to
These signs rue seen chiefly by the
residents of 11m neighborhood in
which the property for sale is locat
ed. They pass the sign every day,
and come to look on them as land
If you want'to have people come
and look at your land, put your sig.t
in the Real Eitute columns of 'the
The money spent in keeping a sign
board in condition for one year would
sell your, land three or four times
over improperly advertised in a good
medium like tlft ,. t, ,
What follows we published three
years ago is absolutely true now
as it was true then!
npHOSli words arc quickly read,
but they mean a lot when ap
plied to an automobile. They
dont mean " good this- year, bad
last year, and doubtful next year."
They mean "good ewcry year."
That's where the
Stevens - Duryea
stands today. It is one of the best
today; it was last year, it will be
'next year. 'It commands a higher
price second hand than any other
car. It r.lways did. . Among the
. few really high-grade cars now on
the market, there is not one with
so uniform a record as the Stcvens
Duryea. The man who owns a
Stcvens-Duryca has a carwith a
, pedigree which is clean strain right
from the beginning, and such re
cords arc the. best evidence of real
quality. , '
Stcvens-Duryea Model X, 4 Cyl
inder , v. ...',....... $2750 i
Stcvens-Duryca Model U, G Cyl
. ' Chicopec Falls, Mas$.
. " fJ-it:.tiss)ittta
Arrange for a demonstration at
The von Ham m-Young
Co., Ltd., Agents
Good Folks Jake
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Faint Shop, 131 Kiup St,
V.'t fc 'A
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