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EVENING BUM ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, NOV. 10, 100S.
In Great Variety. Striking Display
IT IS NONE TOO SOON to plan pretty things for Holiday Gifts, and
you will find in our Art Department the choicest assortment of fash
ionable novelties that we have had for years. Many new suggestions
NEW ASSORTMENT: NEW IDEAS:. STUNNING EFFECTS.
PRETTY TINTED PILLOW TOPS
New designs, from 35 upw.
TAPESTRY PILLOW TOPS '
New figures, pretty colorings,
from 35 upw.
HOLSTEIN CUSHION TOPS
Embroidered on linen in pretty
designs, all finished, $1.25.
LITHOGRAPH PILLOW TOPS
In various designs, 35 each.
SCRIM CUSHION TOPS
Already Embroidered, new, 90
In all colors.
LAZY DAISY CUSHION TOPS
Stamped on new materials, in
pretty patterns, 05.
Very pretty and novel designs,
at 90 each.
And Ready-to-Wear Veils
N IMMENSE ASSORTMENT of the very Latest Novelties in all
a M1. lit ..! A .... ijn 4lia u MMlaj1 A
styles ami colors, iney wiu wicrcsi yuu, iui urej mc w"
CREPE and CHIFFON SQUARE VEILS, hemstitched, in all the fash
ionable colors, at 75 $1.25 and $1.50.
THE NEW DOUBLE VEIL, in combination colors. The very latest
and most stylish $2.25.
CHENILLE DOTTED CHIFFON VEILS,' hemstitched j very new. In
nil the leading colors, $1.75 each.
The new SCARF VEIL the very latest, with Satin border nearly
three yds. long, in new colorings, at $3.50 each.
The new TRIANGLE VEIL with Chenille dots, very new.
COLORED TUXEDO VEILING with Chenille dots, from 25 per
MAGPIE VEILINGS in pretty effects, 35 yd. and upw.
CHIFFON AND CREPE CHIFFON VEILINGS in all colors, at 50
and 0 yd.
N.S. Sachs Dry Quods Co., Ltd.
Heney's Condition Favorable
SAN ntAKCISCO, Cnllf., Nov. 'IB. Hone) "s condition this eonlng is
still fuMiiablc. Tlie operation to re men r the bullet, vUikli litis been lo
cated, will be performed tomorrow momliiK.
SYMPATHY AND COMMENDATION
Two mass meeting!) weie hold and icferenccs to the attempt to as
sassinate Ilency were in.iilo In nil the churches. Hcolutlnns of s)mpnthy
were passed and louitncndnttuns weio Riven to the work of the prosecution.
TAFT DEDICAT ES MONUMENT
BROOKLYN, N Y, Nov. 14. President-elect Tuft today dedicated
the Prison Ship MartjiB monument a t the llrookljn Navj Yard
The Prison Ship Mart is' motiu Inent Is erected nt the site of the
burlnl ground used by the lliltlsh during the Revolutionary vtar In which
to Inter the bodies of American patriots dlng aboard n ship used by
them nt that point as n prison. The death-rate among the American
prisoners, due to Insanitary conditions, was heavy. This burlnl ground
is just without the present limits of the Brooklyn Nn) Yard.
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MISSING GIRL LOCATED
OAKLAND, Calif, Nov. 16. Udna Clark, the Alameda nil student,
who disappeared some weeks ngo from her home and for whom Pinker
ton detectives nnd the police of many cities have been starching, was
located today In Chicago. She states that she left her home voluntarily
because of the restraint!) upon ncr there and because of her Inclination
in become a member of the Iloninn Catholic faith.
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FATAL RACE WAR
OKMUI.ni:i:, I. T., Nov. in. Three negroes nnd two white men
wore, killed here today and ten mon are -wounded as the result of n bat
tle between ji mob of whites and negroes, who wore defending a negro
murderer. The murderer was captured by the white mob and burned to
death. The mllltla hnvc been called out to prevent further flghtlnt;.
HAAS COMMITS SUICIDE ,
BAN rilAXCISCO, Calif., Nov. 1 ). Morrla Haas, who attempted to
nssnBslnatu Frauds J. lleney, lomm ttted suicide in his toll In the County
tail here today, shooting himself through the forehead with n pistol ho
had Mimggli'd Itno his cell conccnlod In his shoe. He had been searched
twice after his arrest without the revolver being dlscovoied.
YOU EVER ATE
The finest Pies you could want may be made, with
two light, flaky crusts and a filling of
Heinz Mince Meat
IT COMES IN CROCKS.
Ask your Grocer for it, and say "HEINZ" very Dis
tinctly, H. Hackf eld & Co., Itd.,
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ BLDQ.. 176-180 KING STREET.
Prices from 25c to $1.00
Washable and Fancy
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu below Hotel
BUELOW AUDIENCE POSTPONED
1IUUMN, Oermnny, Nov. in. The nudlence whlth I'rlncc von Hue-
low will bo ginntcd by the Kaiser r incoming the recent publication In n
London newspaper of an Interview with the (lerman rulei, has been de
ferred until Nor. IT, owing to the death of Count Haeseler.
COLLEGE FOOTBALL SCORES
SXX mANCISCO, Calif., Nov. 14. The results of the .irlous colle
giate football games today were: Stanford beat HDrkoley, 12 to 3; Chi
cago lost to Cornell on its own ground by 4 to C; und I'eiinaj hanla out
classed Michigan by 2!) to 0. V
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NEW AUSTRIAN CABINET
VIENNA. Austria, Nov. 14. Ilaron nicnart. the Minister of the In
terior, ncioutiug to Instructions U sued to hltn by the l.iupvior, hns
formed a now Cabinet, taking the o Nlllon at the head of the new gocrn
mem himself, as I'lemler.
JAPANESE NAVAL REVIEW
KOnn, Japan, Nov. 15. Thirty battleships have been assembled for
1 review by the l'mperor. The review will bo conducted nt Malko, ow
ing to a plague scare which has been Btnrted here.
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ELKINS REPEATS DENIAL
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 15. Senator Elhlns li again denied
that uny engagement of marriage cxisst between his daughter nnd the
TAFT ROOSEVELT'S GUEST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 15 President-elect Toft was, a guest
of President Rooseelt here today, Mr. Taft returntd to Cincinnati this
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TAFT AND ROOSEVELT CONFER
nitOOKLYN, N. Y., Nov. 14: 'Tart will have u conference wjth
President Roosevelt tomorrow.
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LIBERALS WIN IN CUBA
HAVANA, Cuba, Nov. 14. In the elections throughout Cuba today
the Liberals were victorious.
CHINESE EMPRESS DEAD
PEKING, China, Nov. 15. Tli e Empress Is dead. Prince Pu-yl has
been proclaimed Emperor.
very iweet and tender, on ice, received from New Zeal
and by the Moana. Superior Quality.
NEW ZEALAND BUTTER BELGIAN HARES.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
- Phone 45
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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The Lecoultre Razor
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW.
An old-style blade that is small, thin, and ALWAYS
sharp. Made of finest English Hardened Steel that will
shave clean for years without honing.
Blades are detachable and inexpensive.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltfl.
Once Upon a Time
there was a Man of Intellect who was
extremely Absent-Minded. He would
forget his Meals to Devour a. Treatise
upon the Omniscience of the Subjec
tive. Early in Life his Mind secured a
Divorce from his Body, and Demanded
as Alimony two-thirds of the Blood
Supply; and his Expanding Dome soon
Resembled a Pumpkin upon a bending
When he could no longer Support
it, he was Ouite Distressed, and went
to a Doctor. The Doctor said, "You
are not Really a Man. Practice Calis
thenics with Lead Pencils till you work
up an Imitation Appetite, and then
Help it Some with a Glass of P r i m o
Bee r." "
Now the Man was so Good that
it hurt; he would not Allow his Chil
dren to play Authors because it was a
Card Game, and put a Ban or all the
Unholy Modern Amusements because
he had never done Such Things when
He was a Boy. When the Doctor
said "Beer," he threw up his Hands
in Holy Horror and Passed Away.
Moral : Some people are Too
Good others are good, too.
Baum's Choice Sweets
Assorted Chocolates. 2, J, and J -2 lb boxes
Bitter Sweets Reception Chocolates Cremo Chocolates
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
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Wonderful Motion Pictures brine,
ing to vkw scenes from many landa
and embracing Comedy and Pathos,
Two changes each week,
Monday and Thursday
The Man Who Walks on the Wa.
ter; The Soldier's Dream; Shakes,
peare Writing "Julius Caesar"; Tho
Reluctant Dog; The English FAnrth
of July; Angel of the Family; Inge
nuity Conquers; The Real Piper of
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