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LATEST NOVELTIES, Including
imu mc xwpori.
colors. Hand Bae
nort. An extensive line,
colors. Hand Bacs from -lOri to S
best values ever offered.
At 40 A chain bag made of mottled leather In leading colors.
At 75 New shape flat bag with gilt frame.
At $1.00 A very pretty bag made of fancy leather and leather
, At 91.50 A variety of styles, all new. including the Anthony
At 1.75 The Eama Bag, made of embossed leather, in all col
ors, very stylish.
At $2.50 and $3.00 Elegant Hand Bags, all the latest shapes,
with pretty Sittings consisting of purse, card-case, mirror, and smell
REAL ALLIGATOR BAGS In different sizes. '
CHILDREN'S BAGS AND PURSES OF ALL KINDS. V
At 15(l Pretty embossed leather purses in nil colors.
At 25 A very neat bag with leather handles.
At IJOd and 35 A very pretty assortment in fancy leather with
nnd without chains.
At 40 The SWAGGER NEWPORT BAG in colors.
Monday & Tuesday
Hand-Made RENAISSANCE PIEC
ES in round and square, 50 EACH.
They are easily worth $1.00.
NORMANDY LACE up to three
inches wide, 7o PER YARD. Just
half the tegular price.
2W SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
Don't Forget' About the
Two handsome Dolls, elegantly
dicssed, will be given away.
Voting coupons given Free with
every 25 Purchase.
Give it something that
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make it fat nnd dimply. Mother's milk will not al
ways answer, but anyone of the following will put
new life into a peaked-faced child:
MALTED MILK, MELLEN'S FOOD. '
ASKAY'S FOOD and
WYETH'S PREPARED FOOD FOR INFANTS.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS., b ,rvr , PHONE 207
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Any Advertiser can save money
By using the Bulletin exclusively.
It covers the field, The rate in
proportion to service is the lowest
' in Hawaii. j
The Anthony Bag, The Rama Bag,
all the new shnnc ami iM.Unn-
15.00 each. Without execntion the
Dainty and exquisite Gibson and
Directoirc effects are shown in this
Season's stock of Bows, Yokes, Stocks,
Real Irish Crochet Bows.
Real Irish Crochet Barbettes.
New Lace Stocks with gilt ends.
New Merry Widow Bows in Lace
and Dainty Embroidery.
New Gold Neck Girdles.
Embroidery Turn-over Collars.
Silk Bows in all the leading colors.
An assortment of Neckwear worth
will aid its digestion and
& Co., Ltd.,
WORKING for HAWAII
PRESIDENT OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE GETTING SUPPORT FOR
MAIL SUBSIDY GOES TO LOS ANGELES DURING DE-
CEMBER TRYING TO GET HONOLULU
ON EQUALITY WITH COAST
f . . t
Tho mall Btilistily for 'which Urn
Chlilnhcr nf rnimm.rfn mnl Hi-. tn.
rlinnlH ArHcl:illiii huvo tunl'i put
im-ui.n,r;) mi icciiiil Ii.im Inn Vim.v hc
tUll ll'.V'flit.'ltl Ullllf.i.-u fti ttiu 1 l.....
Cnn, pVAMcnt of Uiu Clinuilicr ff Ct.it,-
iiuic-u, :iiiu i,. i;. I'liiKliani, ulio mo
now In San Kninclsco.
Thn linll wnu t.it In i.w.tl..i n n.
bohsIoii of tlio Traii-Mlssllii. Ciiii
irinM lwilit In tJ.in LVmini...... t-
n. .... ..l. jiiii i.uii mvu, mr
1'liikliam drnflcit tlio revolution llial
wan iaiur minplpil liy tliu CoiiRrcus
nntl wiih Inrncly ichihuihIIiIo for tlio Im
portant pari llnwull iljcil In kIiui.Iiir
tho Iniportiint iittor.uiceB of tho Con
"With Ilin tIMKlHlllllpn tif Mc t.lnb
limn I nm ilmuliiR up n icMilii'tlon to
ho lirpsctllnil In .HITorfitil rlini.ilii.H ..r
- , ...v VIIHIIIIIVin ...
(.'oiiimcrcM! anil furunntc-il to iihmiiIioih
hi cuiii;rcH in an -tmcaor (o proiiioto
lllO ll.lKtinCn of tlln timll tiiihul.lt. I. Ill
lahl l'rcBhleiit MorRin In HpcaldiiR to
u iiiiiiuiiii rcprcKcntaiirn or tho
work lie Is iIoIiir In San Krniiclsco.
MuiKnn Ih In tho City for Mh hcnllli
nml In iloliiR thliiKH for Hawaii "bo
I FNall hcml mil aftvmf nli.l..-.
Tor Hawaii to tho lncinliorst who oi
nosnil llio mull un1iai.it i...r.t... i.. ....
hopo that they may hettcr nppreclnto
tho KtatiiH of th iiiciehtml inarlno nnd
.'IiiiiiKu their vote.
."I c-Miccl to attend tho IiiiiihIiIiik of
tho liieat eolller ut Maro Inland on tho
fifth or DeeemluT. Tho early pari of
tho month I rhall ro Iro Ijis AiircIoi
and ro Into all mattem tln.ro that
inlKlit ho of ndvanlaRO to Hawaii.
"Another woik on which I tun en
Raped la to convince tho loading cltlca
ASK FOR WITHDRAWAL
(Continued from Pze 1)
and up-to-d.ito fncllltles Tor passen
ger transportation between these
Islands and tho mainland; therefore
Ho It Hcsolved. That this Associa
tion hereby reconsiders and tescinds
tho said uctlon taken on August no,
1907. petitioning for thn suspension
or tho Coastwlsu Shipping Laws of
thn United States, nnd now rcouests
tlio withdrawal nnd derc.it or said
bill now under' consideration by tho
Congress or thu United- States; nnd,
Ho It further Hcsolved, Thnt this
Ahmh hit Ion hereby urges tho pas
sago of tho so-called Ship Subsidy
Ho It further ItcFolved, That our
Delegate in Washington bo Immedi
ately notified of this uctlon by cable
gram, ns well us In writing.
J. T. WATUU.N. ,
lly tho passage or tho above reso
lution, which was offered by tlie
couimltleo headud by ,1ns. Wnkelleld,
thn Mel chants' Association lit Hh
meeting this morning changed Hh
front In the matter of the npcintlou
or tho coastwise shipping law here.
It was pointed out that as conditions
hnd materially changed, slnco tho
tlmo when thn Association opposed
tho operation of tho bill, the Miitsou
company having provided excellent
passenger transportation facilities,
the change In nttltudo was perfectly
C. von llaiuui sntil that ho wiih In
sympathy with tho resolution, hut
pointed out -that tho hotel trade had
suffered severely from tho fact that
Intending tourists wero afraid to
come lieio owing to tho uncertainty
or getting away. Ho suggested Hint
an amendment bo reenmmnnded giv
ing thn Collector or Customs huthor
Ity to grant travelers, who ror special
icasons had to get away quickly nnd
could not wait for an American ves
sel, pcimlts-to travel on foreign bot
toms. Wnlilrnn moved to mlupt tho cpm
.MnerarlamiV..illed attention to- tho
fact that slnco tho Association :tind
tnkon Its former nctlon thn Matson
company had plnceil tho llllonliiu and
5-room House near Fort Streol
Bridge. Only $8.00 p. m.
75 x 150 Building Lot nt Puunui,
cloqe Liliha cat line. Level, fine
view, fenced. At a bargain. $350,00.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDO. 74 S. KING ST.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. Kinc & Alakea. Phone 411,
HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV.
or -the 'I'nclflc Coast thai Honolulu
fillOlllfl til, Ift III fill llll nmintllf li. II...
orRanlzntlnn for Hie milled action of
mu vnainiicrH 01 coinmerco o tho
leading cities' of Hie Const
"You recall that boiuo weeks iiro n
convention was held In Han Tranclsco
of tho Chambers of Commerce of the
I'nelflr Coast with tho iuiioso of se
curing united action In all matters bo
Toro Congress having to do with the
common Interests nf the Coast Tho
metropolitan cities made up tho con
vention. "J want Honolulu put In Mth Hah
rinhrlf.cn, Seattle, Portland and I.03
AiiRcles hut thus fa,r ,thcy luvo re
liihOil to let us eomo In' on thai liaals
San I'mnclsco Is i"ipeclril to look after
us, or at least wo nro to work through
!?an Kraiiclnco. They have refused to
In! Ill Onlf Irtml n...l ...!... .. . . . . .. .
vt ... W.I-......1. (...m .VI m(j blZCtl
cities of California, but I mill have
iiopes inai iionoiuiu win bo received
on 11 level Willi, tho iiipcr crust. In
CtlV caMn thn lllflftllnnl lii 11 ft... n1..n
i.ho and ought to pot reiults for iho
west const unci lire racllle
"1 Wntlt In Hiiftntr ..aii.i'.lntl. nf .1...
great assistance ,Mri-.rinkham has
heeii to me In nil the work that I have
tried .to do for Haw-all ns Iho rcpre
nentatlvo or the Chamber or Com
merce. He was the working ineintjor
whllo the .Trans-Mississippi Congress
was In session. .My he-illh wns such
that It was Impossible for 'mo to at
tend to, tho detail and Important coin
mlttro work (hut I'liiMiam did mid
which shaped tho acts of the CoiiRress
as far ns Hawaii was concerned, l'lnk
limn Is entitled In n nin nf iiinnku r-i.
what ho lias done"
I.urllnc on regular runs, and was
planning the building or a third fine
steamer. Tho Association could
thoferoro consistently revcrso its ac
tion. The tourist season would un
doubtedly be heavy now Hint the er
rccts or the Son l-'ranclsco lire, tho
panic, nnd the I'rvalileullal election
wero over; The hytej Interests had
suffered very seriously during Hie
past year. Ho had suggested to T.
II. Petrlc asking Congress to suspend
the laws for one je.ir lu order to get
tho tourist travel beiictlts for one
i'ar. l'ctrla had lold.lilm he would
favor this except foi"-llic Tact that
such nctlon might afreet tho cntlro
matter iinrnvoiahly, nnd under theso
circumstances .Macfurlnno would back
tho committee's report.
l'ctrla bald that It seemed that tho
question of nny nllcvlatlon or special
favors might cause 'serious complica
tions. Waldron said that tho J200 fine
could he icfiinded on application to
Von llnmm s.ild his nmondment
would give tourists an assurance that
they could be able to get uway in
case of trouble.
Wakolleld s.ild ho did not ngree
with von llnmmV amendment, as it
would pinto the Association in a vnc
dilating position. Last year tho
steamship lomp.iules hnd turned
down tho request or tho Association
tor lucrensed fnrllllleH, but now tho
Matson company had given u lino ser
vice. Had this existed formerly the
request for suspension would never
have been made. Ho thought Iho
committee's icsolutlou should receive
Warren nsked If there had been In
tho past oar any difficulty for nny
onii In leaving Hawaii.
Vou Itninm said there had been.
He appreciated what tho Mntsou com
pany had done, but ho did not think
his amendment would hurt It. He
suggested that the l.urllue bo provid
ed with a stewardess nnd a plijsl
cliin. Vou Ilnmm's amendment round no
Wnterliouse said ho believed In pro
lectins thn shipping Interests, hut he
(ltd not think Hits was thn way to do
it. lie round that many tourlstH went
to mid from the Oilent, passing by
Honolulu. The steamer agents lu tho
Orient, warning louilstH tinvellng to
thn United States against stopping
ovor here, telling them tlioy took big
chunces of not getting away.
The resolution of Iho comnilttfu
was put In a vole and carried by u
voto or IS to I. tho latter being (!.
von llaiiim, A. A Young, N. S. Hindis,
and I". T. I'. Watei house.
Waldron suggested sending n ropy
of this resolution to thu Pacific Mall
S ,H, Co., suggesting Improvements.
Wnkelleld moved ns nn amendment
that tho matter bo lorcrrcd to tho
Promotion Conimltteo.' This vvns ac
cepted nml with It Iho motion carried.
Von I latum moved that Iho Mntsou
Navigation Co be asked to provide,
a stewardess and n physician on Its
steamers. This carried,
Smith nnnnnnred that there would
he n meeting of tho Directors of the
Association at 3 p. m.
gtf BULLETIN AD8 PAY
GORGEOUS -HOME FOR
SOME ONE'S DOLLY
4- Thero will bo Joy In tho hojrt
f of the smnlt Rlrl who lucernes tl.v.
lucky posrosror of the doil hou.M
f which Whitney & Marsh are go-
Ing to glvo away as tho pil2o In
f a voting contest which they will
Inaugurate tomorrow. The doll -t
house Is about tho most gon;ous
f thing that has ever been n.iii
hero nnd Ihe happy possessor Is
Biire lo treasure It.
Tho house was inndo In tier-
f many and vvns Imported by Whit-
ney & Mnrsh for the contest It
stands fully four feet high, 'ins
two stories and basement Mid
most wonderful or nil Is lighted
throughout with electilc IIkIiI
Thero sue two looms on ach
floor nnd n Inrge hallway Thn
hoiifio is fully furnished, oven l-i
tlio candlesticks containing ion!
f candles which rest upon tlio
Tho rooms nro Inrgo enough so
that a good-sized dolly can llvo
In them nnd the electric llgl.it
4 can bo made to burn by slmplv
rcrewliig tho plug of the co.mect-
Ing wlro Into nny electric socket
All wiring Is complete nnd r-vdy
to Jiuvo tho isiwcr turned on.
f Tho contest will bo open' In
morrow. With every 25 cent pi.r.
eluisc will bo Riven a coupon at i!
Ihe line holding the mott ronton
on Christmas ovc will bo come 4
the, t olo owner of (he doll houo
The 268th Anniversary
Will Be Celebrated
Thn 2ft.Slh nniilvomnpt- .if tiiirliiiriin.A
Independence will bo celebrated tomor
low with nil duo pomp nnd ceremony
Major Cnmarn has been selected n
President of the day by tho commute,
havlhg arrnngemetitH for tho program
In hnnd. mid ho will see that a salute
Is llred nt dny-brcak from tho lop or
Punchbowl. The Concordln band will
play Portuciiesa nnd Amerlein nii-
at the I.usltnnln grounds.
In tho evening there will bo literary
exercises nt I.usltnnla hall, nnd the
llawnllau band will give n conceit
frpm 7 until J o'clock, Thero will be
dancing at tho conclusion of the pro-
Kruin, wiui moving pictures In tho
upon air for those who do not caro to
trip tho light fantastic. Most or the
Portngueso places or business will he
closed tomoirow In commemoration of
Prominent government officials, lu
ClUdltl!! lllO SMf-lnl.iri- nf thn I,..! I......
, ' .....w ... ,,.u .Vilnius
Chairman or the Hoard or Supervisors
mu .unyur-cieci, josepli .1, Kern, havo
been Invlted'to attend 'tho exercises
Though the Marion nnrntliinnnnt
was swept by tho wind last night, not
1 Sllicto tent iriLVn u-tiv nml Hut i"i.i-l.
SOU liassed tliroilcll thn ithirtii 1111.
scathed. The marines, rcplirt Unit the
,niu siorni was tno jnost violent
thiough which they huvo paused lnco
occupying their present quarters.
Last winter several or tho tents
gave way under prossuro or tho wind.
Tho commanding ofllcer therefore hnd
each tent anchored down firmly and
that tlm precaution was wiso nml the
expeilment successful vwib shown this
morning wiien every tent was found to
bo stilt in lilarn nml tin. mmm nu u.n,n
. ..-.,.,. ..,. .,.,,.,
iih could Imyo been, thy cau had tho
troops been housed in permanent
ATHLETIC CLUB MEETING
'I'lie Pnlama Athletic Club will 1ml, I
n special meeting Tuesday evening nt
.10 n clock sharp nt 350 School
street. All incmhcm nro earnestly
requested to attend.
MAY DIVORCE THE
PRINCE DE SAGAN
LONDON, Knglaiid. Nov. II.
i.cllers have been shown the corre
spondent written by Princess do Sa
gan, rormeily Miss Anna (lonld, to a
friend In London declining untruo
rumors that her second uinriliigo Is
unhappy, film sals, however, that If
sho must choose between her chil
dren and thu Prince, sho will keep
thu children, fiho thinks this can bo
dono by dlvorco or legal separation
irom hor piesent husband,
lu fact, one of her letters Ininlles
that the Prlnco Is willing lo demand
Mich a separation In order to defeat
Count Hnnldo Castellano's efforts lo
iccover the children. Tho Princess
declares herself to ho In n "district
ed condition," owing to the npparout
probability that Count Ilonl finally
win succeed unless her second mar-
rlJge, because of which ho demands
tho children, is annulled through dl
vorco or Kopnrntlon, Thero Is n r.v
lirot current lnil.iv Hint thn Pilnei"
hns already tkkon slops toward a di
rrnuU Duhurow of Oxford. P.-.. hn3
trained foxliounila to chaso coif halls
nnd locate them.
us easy to learn, nnu
many artistic pattinn we have, stamped on glove and
handkerchief boxes, ii-cktie racks, desks, fancy tables,
waste baskets, and 101 other articles.
Pyrography Outfits, $2 to $7.50
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
" Everything Photographic " FORT STREET.
All new patterns, heavy quality, JAr
good for the cold weather, per yard "k
L. AllOy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Only $4 each'
Coyne Furniture Co.
LADIES' FELT HATS. FEATHERS.
RIBBONS, FLOWERS. CHIF-
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KING ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Pau Ka Hana
134 Berctania near Fort St.
EJBr"For Rent" cards on sale at
THE WISE ONES arc getting their
hands in now, to that they can make
really attractive and artistic pres
ents nt little expense for Christmas.
tun to no. come and sec the I
Good Folks Take
Hid UUUU JIUII 4
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop
134 Kine St.
FOR SALE AT AIL BARS
jThorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. RowaL 9.V.S.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Te'. 410. Oeorue 0. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
J HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI"
Our Sodas 30c pr doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimono,
Sbirts. Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and FAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Paintinc Co., 221
Kinc St.; P. 0. Box 014.
Waverley Building, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Oiven to Cuisina
and Tabic Service at All Hours, Best
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
J. NISHIHARA, Prop.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eattcrics. call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
GD Berctania St. Phone 315.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
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