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TNIS'Q BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T It., SATURDAY, OCT. 1C. 1909
Cases of New Goods
Wo announce the arrival of seventy-eight cases of new and elegant Dry Goods simultaneous with our SSSwlnSkV
timio in the Dry Goods business, selling better goods for the money than we have ever offered. NOTE PRICES BfclUW.
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LILY OF THE VALLEY PERFUMED BATISTE: 40 in. wide . 35c yd
WILD HOSE BATISTE, 40 inches wide 25c yd
WHITE STAR BATISTE. 40 inches wide 25o yd
FOUR-LEAF CLOVER BATISTE. 40 inches wide 30c yd
INDIA LIN0NS Per yard 15c, 17V2e, 20c, 25c BEST VALUE.
MERCERIZED MULLS 38 inches wide 30c yd. Colors, Light Blue,
Navy. Cieam, White, Nile, Black, Pongee, Pink, Champagne, Copen
STRIPE POPLIN 27 in. wide 35o yd. Colors, White, Apricot, Pongee,
Cardinal. Black. Dark Green, Navy.
MERCERIZED FIGURED BR0CHE 28 in. wide 40c yd. Colors. Pink.
Cream, Pongee. Heliotrope, Khaki, Turquoise, Copenhagen. Pressed
Strawberry, Olive Green.
SATIN FINISHED CHARMEUSE 28 in. wide 35c yd. Colors, Cream,
Copenhagen. Skv Blue. Pongee, Apricot, Forest Green.
SOrT FINISHED BATISTE 38 in. wide 23c yd. Colors, White, Light
Blue, Navy. Black. Medittcrrancan Blue.
CHECK SWISS 15c yd. Colors. Pink. Light Blue, Mediterranean Blue,
Brown. Nile Green, Cream. Tan. Heliotrope.
OTTOMAN 50o yd. Colors, Pink. Light Blue, Pongee, Cream. Helio
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LIGHT WEIGHT -:0L CRASH C.lors, Grey, Navy, Black Brown
.. ... ... ?4.50
PANAMA aid V0ILLE Colors. Tan. Navy, Brown ?5.00
EXAMINE and VOIUE Stylishly Trimmed with Braids. But
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LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, SKIRTS. CHEMISES,
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HANDSOMELY TRIMME 5 S8.50 to $25.00 each
JERSEYS ." $9.00 each
WHITE LAWN LACE TRIMMING
WHITE LAWN. EXTRA TINE . .
$1.00, $1,50, $2X0. $2.50, $3.00
$2.50, S3.00. $4.00, $3.00, $0.00
Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats
PRICES RANGING TR0M $5.C0 to $10.00
BABY CLOTH Box 12 yds. 38 in. wide $3.00
PERFUMED NAINSOOK Box 12 yds., 36 in. wide $280
VICTORIA CHIFFON Box 10 yds, 36 in. wide , .$250
VICTORIA CLOTH Pee. 12 yds, 36 in wide
$1.00. $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3.25 per piece
PILLOW CASES Plain and Hem Stitched ....25c; 30c, 35c, 40o each
BED SHEETS 75c, 00c, $1.00, $1.15, $1.25 each
BED SPREADS $1.00, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50. $5.00, $6.00 each
TURKISH TOWELS $1.50 to $4.00 dozen
LINEN AND PART LINEN TOWELS :1.50 to $8.00 dozen
LACE CURTAINS j65c to $4.50 pair
WHITE SWISS CURTA1NINGS, in Polka Dot and Floral Designs. .
12V2c, 16Vc, 35o per yd
SDLKbLINES 10c.,.12Yc' 11 P" y4
CRETONNES BURLAPS, ART DENIMS 15c. 20c, 25c per yd
TABLE LINENS , 45o. to $2.00 per yd
TABLE NAPKINS 1-00 to $8-00 dozen,
Liberty Safin Ribbons
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LADLES' BLACK LISLE OPENWORK $. Tr
LADLES' BLACK.FINE FBENCH LI8LE J. pr
LADLES' BLACK PLAIN LISLE, EXTRA FINE .Wo pr
LADLES' BLACK PLAIN LISLE 35e pr
LADLES' BLACK PLAIN SEAMLESS , .35o pr
HEAVY AND FINE BIBBED BLACK HOSE.
CHILDREN'S 'FINE LISLE 20c, 25c, 30e pr
CHILDREN'S HEAVY RIBBED LISLE 25o pr
CHILDREN'S HEAVY RIBBED LISLE, EXTRA QUALITY 30c pr
LADIES' .WHITE EXTRA FINE LISLE 60c pr
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LADLES' WHITE PLAIN LISLE 25o pr
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LADIES' WHITE MERCERIZED LISLE LACE 5o pr
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LADIES' WHITE ALL OVER LACE LISLE 65c pr
- LIGHTWEIGHT PLAIN HOSE.
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE COTTON 25o pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE -LISLE 25o pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE LISLE LACE 35c pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE LISLE.., 35c pr .
1 LADLES' SILK HOSE.
In Black, Lavender, Pink, Grey, Skv. $1.50 pr
LADIES' TAN EXTRA FINISH LISLE 35o pr
LADIES' TAN HIGH GRADE LISLE 25c pr
LADIES' TAN PLAIN LISLE 25o pr
LADIES' TAN EXTRA 'FINE COTTON 50c pr
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A Planetary Preposition.
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Kot con tout r.-ltli the prospect or n
whole-beui iel rumpus over tlio dlacov
0y ol the North Polo, certain sections
or tlio EcluntiQo world nro busily fo
menting a cantroversy over tlio ex
istence of watur-vaiior ou Mars. This
,1s n question of coutlderablu Impor
tance, since the uliseiioo of wutcr-v.i-
'lor would leave practically unassall
tiblo the old belief that Mora Is nut
Inhabited. With this Idoa In mind n
tarty of scientists from I.lck oiecrv
ntyry spent yoven days on tlio Riiminlt
of Mount V.'hltnoy. taking photographs
ot the nlam t. In this thuro seems to
, lie n general Improgullin that tlio as
'tmnnmera woro breaking now ground.
.a ,t tiiiM.,1 nf fM. rtlt'fitAnn fnntltlitt
H huo tho dlscovory ut tho wator-vapor
(";' w-nt lnade at tho Uiwoll Ohaervaton
nt llafOttalt, Arizona, and tho amount
nioamired by Very. Tho print of tlio
ppictojrrau,'! allowing tho vapor h.tb
H'unjuiblliihod In I'rofegpor I.owcII'b
Mars1 a tha Alioilo of I.lfc.
Without thin ktiowlcdKO l'rofcssor Ui
vll would" hardly liuvo becomo tho
imlHiJiiEtlc liL'llovor In an Inhuhlloil
Mure that he ehowa hlniBolf to bo In
tills work anil In his fprthrnndii
Tho Hvolutlon of' Worlds. In
th! now buolt, to bo published this
fall, I'rofeBnur Iowoll dltcusBes not
only tho pobitblHty of. human beluga
UMliB on Mura, but tho wholo. prohlini
(if the beginnings of tho Milvirto as
wu ECO It,
"Tin- Commonwealth of Ainlralla" by
Hon. llcuihaid Itliimrc, Wise, form
orly Attoruoj (Juui-ral of New South
Wales h, by rn author who Ins dona
for this pnirfrotElvo commonwealth
what Juuies Ilryco has duno To Amer
lea. Hubert Itruco Kuller'a "The'
Speakers of iho Ho.no" i;Uea an no
rouut of our own development alons
Kovernmunlal mid polltlcjl I lit cm. Mr.
fuller's book contains accurate pen
pictures of the various Jtreat apeakers,
and descriptions of notable bccues In
our Coucrcssioiial history. Jeremiah
Curtln tho historian of the Mongols,
Tl.it os In "A .(ourncy In Southern Si
beria" his experiences while traelllnK
tlil'oiiKh the small tun! out-of-the-way
towns of Southern Siberia Tho book
contains a number of hitherto iturec
oi ded Mongol mylliH, a dearly earned
and altulild contribution to tho his
tory of the human mind.
Mexican Herald and many others In present an engaging opportunity for.Ily.
i-ii.i. n.i I.-. .,i, I.,,,-,., it,, his talent. Tho book continues among It always did scorn a shamo to mo
.,i,o i,n i.n t, i.- r.riun...' nnithe most nonular of tho day. hot fo'ks hand a bride around on
nrrlval, to usslst him In making hlsl
way easily. Ho bollevos his lslt Avllllzangwliri "Melting Pot."
Tho laat tioVel from tho pen of the J
late Marlon crawrord is puoiisnea tnis
week (September 82). under tho title
Glradallo. Siiudilla Is an hlilorl
tal romance of tho Ituly of the roven
locnlh century, otmterinix arour.d thu
ir.nl .nf ih,. ei-fiiL iniidlclnn Stradella
.-,. - - -- - - i t.iij
fur tiia dntuthtnr of a Venetian nohlo- imvo
Itnburt ICmmel. tho now novel
by Stephen Owyiin, will bo published
In America by thu Mucmllhin Com
pany. Tho book, Ha its title- Implies,
deals with tho life of the Irish patriot,
ami will ho published In a few weeks.
Mr. Ciwynu is an lilhh M, 1'., and tho
author of uumcious. books, his llfu for
ninny years having been dlUdcd bo
tneen politics and writing.
"Tho Molting I'ot," the now drama
by Israol Zaugwlll, Is lecogulzed ns
oim of tho great dramatic succestos
of recent ycitfa. IIb tftlccomeg fronf
tho conception of America as u melt
ing pot In which tho most diverse ele
ments Hint uupromlhlng material nro
fused Into true citizens nf tho country
or Hie future. Tho Idea Is worked
out with the Dilatory of leehnliiiu ami
tho vigor of plot construction which
llstliiKulEhcd Mr. ZnngwIll'H
man. The liartun outline oi mu pioi work in the past. It Is probably tho
Mr. Orawfonl found In tl "111 clironl- mu8t elofpimit ropresentatiou of Jow.
cloa of which lie wa an lasallablo lo- uii life and Ideals In Amerlci thut has
vouifir. Inolder-Ully. it way bo aald ,jNnr u(!cu set before Iho people of this
thut he deMrlbBB In tB novel Iho country. It has been Issued In book
' genailB of the great witui. "I'lctu Sis- form i,y Mnciulllpu'a.
noro," by wlilcli SU-.tdalJa Is today
boat wnonibirod. How bo came to Ruc.,an Wp!leP Csn,,ri
,VJilie it buu ly eiuH n. "iui i"v iii
111 the climax of IMb story -oi iovo nnu
ror tku lutertbiol in history o
IinluwlniritHtw,Juat imWIHiwl liy I.lt-Wo ctatea
V F. ShIMo of the I'ailsli-i (leo
grarbldal Seciet un uulhor an 1 news-
papeimaii. has wi-llien from Sjn l'r.ui
cIkcii to Die promotion cummlttuci that
ho Is about to pay a visit to Honolulu.
that he wiltos in some
ho profitable to the Islnnds. He
"I also write for Russian and Polish
pai era and I mu nblo to muke a vast
propaganda for Hawaii In Russia In
what labor question Is concerned."
John Stuart Thomson In his now
book Till: CHINKS!-: nt onco steps In
to tho place or cur foremost authority
on Far Kastern miestluus at a time
when Amcilca, by reason of hor vast
I'nclflc coast line. Is taking her right
ful placu ns arbiter of Oriental des
tinies; a place which England, engag
ed in the South African war, abdicated
In 1900 to the United States under
John Hay's leaderhhlp. Tho Amer
ican press Is alive with dally items of
our battling for Chlncso loans und de
velopment companies; opening a gov
ernment Oriental bureau at Washing
ton; new treaties; new ministers to
und from China; recelWng Chlncso
commissions and studentB; amity aris
ing fiom America alone lcmltllng tho
Chinese Indemnity; opening of Amer
ican news bureuii at Peking, etc, At
the psychological moment arrives
Tho author willcs throughout with
a rare Judgment, and thu host of facts
assembled hi amazing. Mr. Thomson
speaks nd only as ono who has travel
ed much and lled long In tho Oilent,
but with tho Intimate enthusiasm of
ono who. In tho sacrifices of tropical
lesldenco, has himself homo up tho
Hag of a "forward Americanism" nt
ono of tho most torrid mid bitterly
compcllthu outposts of International
trado. "In all this I had my part,"
you hear him keenly suy, and It lends
authority and Iho charm or tho per
tonal clement to his emphatic vlows.
He was In charge of the agency fit tho
Pacific Mall and allied trans-Paclflc
htoamshlii lines ut Hong Kong. In this
lospect. his book Is oven mora ail-
thoiltntlvn than thoso other epoch-
making books by Anglo-Saxon visitors
to tlio Oilont: Curzon'u, Kraussu'u
A stago version of TUB MAKING
OV 110I1IIV IIUHNIT. tho novel by
(ieorgo Randolph Cliesler, wl'l bn pro
duced In November with Wallace IM
dinger In tho tltlo lo'e. Hen.-y II.
Hauls Ih the producing in.niJRW itrd
the playwright Is V.'lncholl Smith. Mr.
IMdlnger, It will be rememberu I, play
ed "Howurd .leffciles, Jr." In Till:
Tho "melting pot," as conceived by
a young ltuislan. tno nero oi air.
7.augwlH'3 drama. Is America, where
exiles from every land, representing
thu most dlverso elements and un
promising material, nro fused into
tiuo citizens of tho great nation of the
Characteristic of Mr. Zangwlll's pre
vious work, mastery of technique.
vigor of plot construction und strength
of dramatic action, distinguish tnis
play which Is marked with all tho pas
slonato fire of an oppressed raco and
or a genius that at last finds liberty
Mr. Zangwlll knows the heart of his
own pcoplo and has found In Its paB
slonato depths tho, material for THH
MEITTlNa POT whlchls probably tho
most eloquent representation of Jew
ish llfo and Ideals In America that has
over been sot before tho pcoplo of this
Tho play has been produced for nn
entlra season In Chicago and other
cities, and Is now published coin
cldentnlly with Kb first performance
In Now York.
: anr.TAT. notf. :
f-athcr, so to speak, and Jest lot tho
poor groom shift for hlsself like ho
wero some sort of a criminal.
Hodrlck What are you looking
o sour nbout , old man?
Van Albert Why, confound It.
tho moths got Into my overcoat and
It Is threadbare.
Hodrlck Ob, cheer up.
Von Albert What Is thoro to
cheer up about?
Roderick Why, don't you know,
peekaboo overcoats may bo worn
"Stop thlof &" shrieked by a par
rot as It was being carried down tho
ctreet nt 8au Kranclsco, caused the
arrest or Terry Rooney, who was flee
ing with the bird.
Tho charming and artistic llttlo
home of Captain and Mrs. Harrle O.
Coburn at Port Allen, Kauai, was
the Bcenj on Saturday last of ono of
tho most successful and thoroughly
delightful card parties of the season
given In honor of Miss Minnie H.
Uroeper, who has been the guest or
tho Coburns ,for tho paBt month. The ,
spacious grounds surrounding tho'
Coburn residence wero aglow with
will bo at homo Mod b to receive
Mrs. Mary Gunn who has been the
guest of Mrs. K. M. Swanzy for the
past two weeks, will spend the week
end with Mrs. John S. Walker.
Colonel and Mrs. Pendleton, V. S.
M. Ci during the stay of the trans
port Thomas, were the guests oi
myriads of Japanese lanterns, which Captain and Mrs. Ramsey. U. S. M.
lent a festive air to the occoslon. ' c- at their attractive home on Nuu-
Mrs. Coburn, who proved herself a " "al
most capable and gracious hostess,)
was ably assisted In receiving
Amiilcau panci as well us for tUoTillllu
Sayings cf Miss Sellna Lue.
(Ii oni the n'ncl, Mtti Selna Lue, by
Maria Thompson Daless.)
Sympathy Is Jest 'the puro Juice of
the heart squeezed out for a friend.
Uables Is like human beings, thoy
can't always bo counted on to do the
best they knows.
If grown-ups would Just chow ono
nrntlH-r'n uooil luck thol' would git a
heap of satisfaction from It, I say. .
Tho mother Job is ono that ain't cut
out to hiilt everybody and thorn it fits
have got u duty laid on 'orn strong,
I can't always help but havo nioro
respect Tor n groat big sinful camol
than a mean llttlo busybody gnat that
pops In our mouth and docs you an
Injury befoio you know ho's there. Of
Iho two 1 choose, tho camel to swallow,
ir swallow i must.
Vanity In a man Is llko a turkey
gobbler a-struttlng In Novcnibor.
You can always put dependence- In
the scnso and good foellngs of a cow.
If oxes mid asses was thoro, I want to
think n cow helped to watch ovor Him
that night. It inakeBfnie feel easier
about Mary; for cows they know
things santo ns humans.
I dcin't hold with thinking up bad
happenings onto pcoplo, for some tlma
It might kinder hit 'em on some blind
Ei .,. .!! know nbout and takp.
' It's strniiKo how ono person's crank
DUOHEi:. "Uobby" should cau tuui tho wheels of, tho wholo fauu
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guests by her husband. About mid
night a dainty repast was served,
and later music and dancing whlled
away the time until the we sma
hours. Among ,those present rrom
Mnkawell were: It. D. llaldwlnand
wife. Miss Day, Messrs. Truscott,
Rankin and II. II. Robinson. Prom
Walmea; Judgo Hoffgaard and wire,
Uustavus Hoffgaard and wife, Mrs.
Hodge, Miss Hodge. From Bleele;
Messrs. Hole, V. Mnage
Judge and Mrs. Henry Cooper mot
ored to their country place, "Hallhoo
maha" which means house of rest
in their big touring car, and spent Fri
day and Saturday at the Pcalnsula.
Mr. Kenneth Winter hns boon the
guest or Mrs, Swanzy for tho past
Mrs. Fred Angus after a pleasant
three months' trip with her mother,
In California, returned to Honolulu
on the steamer Mongolia.
The swIftnoBo and ease with which
the United .States attained the posi
tion of second among the naval pow
ers or the world Is to be paralleled by
the swiftness and ease with which tho
United States is to lose that rank, ob
serves a naval expert In the Pnrls
Chas. Han- Gaulols, quotes tho Uterary Digest.
Dy the close of tho year 1912 tho
world's second naval Power will bo
Germany, we aro told. Tho calcula
tion can be based iton tho number
of all-blg-gun battleships, cruisers, cor
pedoboat destroyers and submarines
then In efficient fighting condition and
of an ago limit to keep them In tho
fighting lino. Tho supreme' tndiffer
enco of tho American poople to tho
loss or prestige resulting from tho
lapse of tho United States from toe
jond to third or fourth rank on tho
Tlio many mends ot Mrs. Moore, seas and that within tho next fow
wife of Dr. Mooro, will bo rojolcod to years Is not due, wo read, to "degen
hear that she Is recovering her good oration" of the national fiber, but to
health. 1 ignorance of tho Importance ot r,ca-
power In tho twentieth century." If
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Folke were tho masses of tho American pcoplo
welcomed homo aHer a visit to tlu- understood how Important to thorn
rope. 1 selves sea-power Is, they would Insist
I upon a retention or their present lm
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cllve Davles or portanco as possessors or a superb
tho firm or T. II. Davles, returned fleet.
with their children rrom an extend-
ed Btny In England. No aviator has been more consplcu.
ouBly Identified with the development
Doctor George Herbert returned ' tho heavier than air machine than
on tho Mongolia, after an absence Wilbur Wright. To him and his broth
or some months at the Coast whore f "j8 c"dlt ' "nnuegiUonaUly due or
ho went to recuperate fiom alon g and " "jSffiSHS
arduous practice (fl(.lg whch B11Mled ',
, , . 4 , n it...... a- to tho Imagination and challenged tho
Lieutenant and Mrs Calhoun An- adrnIraUon of the worId wcre .Kho;,0u;0
crum are occupying Mr. and Mrs. wilbur Wright In Franco last summer
II. W. M. Mlst'a beautiful bungalow culminating on tho labt dnv of tlu. v.,
.at 1541 MaklUl street, Mrs. Ancrura n a two hours flight. New York Sun.
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