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'Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
Hut not expressed 'in fancy;' rich not gaudy
l?or this apparel- oft proclaims the man."
The Hats we are showing for Christmas aie rich, and express no extreme fancy. They are such as
will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assured 'quality that will be suitable arid
correct for most occasions. The price of these hats show a. reasonable profit, and it is this
REASONABLE PROFIT principle that, has .made the enviable reputation of - ,
Dunns" Hat Shop
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ITlieio is seemingly well foumlnl revival of the report tlint Mrs. Iluth Hryan Lciivltt, older daughter of Wll
Hum .1. Hrynn, Is about to Miek n divorce from her husband, William Humqr Leavltt, to whom Bhc was
marrlol when she was elshteo n. Indeed, It Is tald that Mr. Hryan already hns sent nn emissary to
Paris, where his eon-la-law Is HvliiR, to urrnuRo terms for the divorce. Mis. Leavltt's legal resldcivce
Is In Denver, hut shu and her two little children, who nro the Idols of their grandfather's heart,
upend much of thulr time at V nlrvlow. Until Hryan Hint met the nrtUt l.uavitt while he was iialut
lug a port in 1 1 of her father a t their homo, lie Is several years her senior, ami the match was object
ed to by .Mr. and Mrs. Hryan fr om the beginning.)
SILK SHIRTS and PAJAMAS
NECKWEAR and HOSIERY
Also a fine line of useful articles in Men's,
Women's and Boy's Furnishings, suitable for
Christmas Gifts. We have a complete stock
of Chinese Silk and Grass Linen'Embroidered
Phone 627 YEE CHAN & CO., King & Bethel
Kauimakaole and Awa
Have Mix-up With
K. Collins, the latest addition to
the detective department, had nn ex
citing experience last night, in which
he appeared ns the defender of the
fair, hut was uttacked and hail his
evolver taken nway from him.
Collhis and Officer Mtnvlellu wcro
on Kmmu street when they heard a
woman crying Inside nhou.se. Ac
cording to the Sheriff, Collins enter
ed and found ,tho woman together
with Wilson Awa and J. Kauimaka
ole. The men hud been drinking and
there had been a quarrel, but tho
trouble was soon fixed up, the wom
an desiring that no arrest be made.
As the officers were leaving the
place the two Ilawallans culled out
after them and one of them is alleg
ed to have called Collins a foul
name. Collins returned to them,
nl.,n1, ., at ilinlil titl illii llimit till
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MORE BEACH LAND
WILL NOT BE TAKEN
Waterfront Is Safe, Says
No more waterfront land will bo
condemned, for government military
purposes, on Wnlklkl Hqach. The
tumors that hnvo beep current during
the pust few weeks, to tho effect that
the government contemplates taking
tho beach land us far east as Diamond
Head, and several thousand jfards west
of tho present western extremity of
tho reservation, is emphatically denied
1-y Major Wlnslow, United States Army
and lighthouse .engineer here.
"I novo heard it rumored about hat
.we contemplate) condemning more
land," said Major Wlnslow this after
noon, "There Is no truth in tho story.
"Wo nro not considering tho condemn
ing of nny mor waterfront land. Any
lepoct to ithe contrary. Is .ub'solulely
Without warrant, ah, tar as this office Is
As Major Wlnslow is the mnn in
J, 0. A. WARD, DEAN OF AMERICAN .
SCULPTORS, WHO l,S ILL AT 78
litis drew his gun, which was, how
uver, loaded lonly with blank car
tildgcs. The two LInwallans took
the gun from him and heat him, but
were arrested later on on charges of
ussault on an officer. One of them
had n wound on his head and was
taken to the lioxpltul.
This morning nil the parties wore
interviewed by the Sheriff, and us.
nil agreed to have the matter drop
ped. It Is piobublo that this will bo
MINING MAGNATE IS
Among the passengers who stopped
ashore from tho Tenyq Maru at Hack
fold's wharf this morning, wero A.
Kelso and wife, who are headed for
tho Philippine Islands by way ot
Helse Is one ot the most extensive
mining operators In tho Philippine Is
lands, and is returning to tho Orient to
look over his properties after nn ex
tended stay on the .mnlnlund. He is
accompanied by D. K. ,liluUe, C. K
his mining engineer.
Holso ,lias been very active In open
ing up tlio rich, mineral-bearing land
of the Philippines, and has given the
mining Industry a tremendous boost
In the islands. ,IIIs holdings are ex
tensive, and some of them are of groat
value. Mr. and Mrs, Helso will con
tinue on their way Eastward when tho
Tenyo sails tomorroyv morning.
SIBERIA WILL KtACH
HEBE ONJESJAL DAY
H. Hackfeld & Company, local
agents for thuvPaClfleMall Steamship
Company, received advices this morn
lug to tho erfcot that tho liner Siberia
bulled yesterday from Yokohama for
this port. The Siberia brings 1800
tons of miscellaneous .freight for Ho
iiolulu, almost a record cargo as fur
us tliu Oriental-Honolulu traffic Is con
On Christmas morning tho Siberia
will arrive here. That tho passengers
may not bo forced to upend Christmas
night on the bounding main, tho com
pnny has mndo arrangements for tho
rhlp to He over until tho morning of
the 27th, no matter. how, early alio muy
reach this port.
Tho Siberia will take on mall and
cargo for tho mainland, mid will have
accommodations for sovcnty-flvq cabin
President rioosovelt linllsOovornor
Chamberlain of Oregon as next Sena
tor Itoui that State. "
r.o more wntorfrout land will bo con
demncd. Is final. He says that tho
McCandlcss place, the InBt beach land
taken, .furnishes all of tho waterfront
There jrn govern! valuable .estates
on Kalla ,ltoad, bordering op, .or near.
,tho present engineer .encampment.
whose owners have long refused to
sell. Tho report .that tho government
would soon condemn this land for mil
itary purposes, has created .consterna
tion In the minds of the owners, .many
of whom have erected handsomeresl
t'ences and spent much time and
money beautifying their grounds.
Furthermore, the prospect of having
(ho entire beach front withdrawn from
tho public tins' caused considerably
worry among the lovers of aquatic
i.Mirtn. Instead of taking 'the matter
straight to headquarters, those Inter
ested have hold communion with them
selves, only, and do consequence bavo
differed considerable unnecessary
.A rumor, geuoruity current last
week, told of .plunsipf tho government
.which were alleged to Include the. con
demnation of all ibeach land up to and
including the .Castle estate. vTlio rum
or ,ls branded by, .Major ,Wlnslow ns a
gW"For ,8al" card Jt JlulUtln.
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UecauBe of his advanced ngc he I3 "S friends .of John Qulncy Adams
Ward, dean of American sculptors, fear ho will not survive his pres
ent critical Illness. Mr. Wnul was born In Urbnna, O., and never,
saw. a piece ot sculpture until ho was fifteen years ot age, although
at ten lie fashioned clay model j that efcltcd the wonder ot tho vll
luge'folk. His first work of any note was "The Indian Hunter,"
now In Central Purk. New York. Other workB of his In Now Yorlc
are the Washington in front at the Subtreasury building, the eques
trian Washington In Union Square, Horace Greeley in front of tho
Tribune building, and many other notable statues. Last year Mr,
Ward sued tho Society of the Aimy of tho Cumberland for $32,000
becauso six models made by him for a stntue ot denerul Sheridan
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Squaw ot tho murdered chief ot Deputy Shorlff nilly I.arkln klllrd
the Yokoyas In Mendocino Cquntyls by Charlie llarr nt Jllley's ranch on
believed to have been strangled by Kings river, lit Nevada,
guilty Indians whom she wns about Admiral Coghlan wooed and won
to deliver Into the hands of tho law. bride In Torre Haute while on first
One hundred and twenty-six tele- l"vo of ubsence from Annupolis.
phone girls of San Krnnclsco wero Citizens on board ot Investigation
vaccinated because one had contract- censure Southern Pacific manage
ed smallpox. , meut tor collision ot ferry boats.
Murder of V. D. Hlrschhorg pro- Mayor 12. K, Taylor of Alameda is
vldes mystery for St. Louis police. threatened with blindness.
STUFFED FIGS and DATES; SMYRNA FIGS; FANCY LACUN FIGS; MALAGA RAISINS;
JORDAN ALMONDS; 0RYSTALIZED FRENCH FRUITS: FANCY NUT KEATS;
SWEET PICKLED and BRANDY PEACHES; PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES;
CALIFORNIA TABLE RAISINS : 'ENGLISH WALNUTS; SPANISH PRESERVED CITRON;
ORANGE and LEMON PEEL; VASTIZZA CURRANTS; OLIVES; DRIED FRUITS;
NEW PIPPIN APPLES: APPLE CIDER; MINCE MEAT: APPLE BUTTER; POULTRY SPICES;
WIESBADEN PRESERVES; PLUM PUDDING; BAR LE DUO CONFITURES;,
GLACE FRUITS; LOWNEY'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES; BONBONS;-' ,s
RHINE and BORDEAUX: TABLE WINES; M0N0POLE RED TOP CHAMPAGNE.
NAPA AND SONOMA TABLE WINES; SPANISH SHERRIES; PORTUGAL PORTS.
Green Xmas Trees pad 3taas Tre Prnainents
A number of suitable gifts: SUIT CASES, .QIGA9S, -O'CLOCK TEA KETTLES, SERV
ING TRAYS, CHAFING DISHES? 'arid ACCESSORIES.' '
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
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