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KVRNINO I)U1XKT.IN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY. OCT. 18, 1900
Cases of New Goods
We anuannoo tlio arrival of seventy-eight eases of new and elegant Dry Goods simultaneous with our announcement that we- will oon-
tiaue in the Dry Goods business, selling batter goods for the money than we have ever offered. NOTE PRICES BELOW:
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LILY OF THE VALLEY PERFUMED BATISTE; 40 in. wide... 35c yd
WiLI) E0: BATISTE, 40 inches wide 25c yd
WHITE STAR. BATISTE. 40 inches with 25c yd
FOUR-LEAF CLOVER BATISTE. 40 inches wide , 30c yd
INDIA LI1I0HS Per yard 15c. 17Vsc, 20c, 25c BEST VALUE.
MERCERIZED MULLS 38 inches wide 30c yd. Colors, Light Blue,
Navy, Cream, White, Nile, Black, Pongee, Pink, Champagne, Copen
hagen. STRIPE POPLIII 27 in. wide 35c yd. Colors, White, Apricot, Pongee,
Cardinal. Black. Dark Green. Navy.
MERCERIZED FIGURED BROCHE 28 in. wide 40c yd. Colors. Pink,
Cream. Pongee. Heliotrope, Khaki, Turquoise, Copenhagen, Pressed
Strawberry. Olive Green.
SATIN FINISHED CHARMEUSE 28 in. wide 35c vd. Colors, Cream,
Copenhagen, Skv Blue. Fonc.ce, Apricot, Forest Green.
SOFT FINISHED BATISTE 38 in. wide 25c yd. Colors, White, Light
Blue, Navy, Black, Mediterranean Pine.
CHECK SWISS 15c yd. Colors, Pink. Licht Blue, Mediterranean Blue,
Brown, Nile Green, Cream. Tan, Heliotrope.
OTTOMAN 50c yd. Colors, Pink, Light Blue, Pongee, Cream, Hello-
trope, Pressed Strawberry.
LIGHT WEIGHT WOOL CRASH Colcrs, Grey, Navy, Black Brown
PANAMA and V0ILLE Colon. Tnn. Navy, Brown ?5.00
ETAMINE and V0ILLE Stylishly Trimmed with Braids, But
tons nnd Silk Bands, at .'. .88.50, $9.00, S11.50, $12.00, $17.50
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, SKIRTS, CHEMISES,
NIGHT GOWNS, DRAVERS. COMBINATION CHEMISES. COMBINA
TION CORSET COVERS AND DRAWERS. CORSET COVERS, LISLE
VESTS, SILK VESTS, MERINO VESTS. SILKED VESTS. ,
HANDSOMELY TRIMMED $8.50 to $25.00 each
JERSEYS $9.00 each
WHITE LAWN LACE TRIMMING $1.00, $1,50, S2.00, $2.50, $3.00
WHITE LAWN. EXTRA FINE $2.50, S3.00. $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Ladies' and Children's Rain Coats
PRICES RANGING FROM $5.00 to $10.00
BABY CLOTH Box 12 yds. 36 in. wid '. . .$3.00
PERFUMED NAINSOOK Box 12 vds 30 in, wide $2.50
VICTORIA CHIFFON Box 10 yds, 36 in. wid $2.00
VICTORIA CLOTH Pee. 12 yds, 38. in-wide
$1.00, $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3.25 per piece'
PILLOW CASES Plain and Hem Stitched 25c, 30c, 35c, 40c each
BED SHEETS 75c, 80c, $1.00, $1.15, 11.25 each
BED SPREADS $1.00, $1.70, $2.20, $2.50, $0.00, $6.00 each
TURKISH TOWELS $1.00 to $4.00 dozen
LINEN AND PART LINEN TOWELS . 1.00 to $8.00 dozen
LACE CURTAINS 65o to $4.80 pair
WHITE SWISS CURTAININGS, in Polka Dot and Floral Designs. .
: 12Vc, ieVo, 35o per yd
SILKOLINES 10c, 12Vic, 15c per yd
CRETONNES BURLAPS, ART DENIMS 15c. 20c, 25o per yd
TABLE LINENS .45c to $2.00 per yd
TABLE NAPKINS 1.00 to $5.00 dozen
Liberty Satin Ribbons
In all Widths and Colon.
5 5 c .yd
7 ; 7Vo yd
9 81-3o yd
12 10 o yd
10 12Vio yd
5 .. 0 o yd
12 10 c yd
16 : 122c yd
.LADIES' BLACK FINE GAUZE LISLE - 26c pr
LADD2S' BLACK LISLE OPEN WORK .'. . .20c pr
LADIES' BLACK FINE LISLE T 25c pr
LADIES' BLACK LISLE OPEN WORK 00o pr
LADIES' BLACK FINE FRENCH LISLE 65c pr-
LADIES' BLACK PLAIN LISLE, EXTRA FINE : 65c pr
LADIES' BLACK PLAIN LISLE t 35o pr
LADIES' BLACK PLAIN SEAMLESS 35c pr
HEAVY AND FINE RIBBED BLACK HOSE.
CHILDREN'S FINE LISLE 20c,- 25c, 30c pr
CHILDREN'S HEAVY RIBBED LISLE 25c pr
CHILDREN'S HEAVY RD3BED LISLE, EXTRA QUALITY 30c pr
LADIES' WHITE EXTRA FINE LISLE 50c pr
LADES' WHITE LISLE OPEN WORK 75o pr
LADIES' WHITE PLAIN LISLE .. 2flc pr
LADES' WHITE LACE LISLE 20c pr
LADIES' WHITE FINE GAUZE LISLE 25o pr
LADIES' WHITE MERCERIZED LISLE LACE 65c pr
LADIES WHITE MERCERIZED LACE ANKLES 50c pr
'LADIES' WHITE PLAIN, EXTRA FINE 60c pr
LADIES' WHITE ALL OVER LACE LISLE 65c pr
LIGHTWEIGHT PLAIN HOSE.
CHILDREN'S EXTRA .FINE COTTON -.25c pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE LISLE 25o pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE LISLE LACE 35c pr
CHILDREN'S EXTRA FINE LISLE ....35c pr
LADIES' SILK HOSE. '
In Black, Lavender, Pink, Grey, Sky IS) $1.00 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
LADIES' TAN LISLE OPEN WORK .- 65c pr
LADIES' TAN FRENCH LISLE 05c pr
LADD2S' TAN FINE LISLE , .....; 60c pr
, FANCY RIBBONS.
No. 7 10 o yd
No. 9 12Vicpd'
No. 12 15 o yd
No. 80 30c, 35 o yd
No. 200 , i 40 o yd
, 8 inches 60 o yd
7 inches '.....-. 75 c yd
L. 6. KERR & CO., I TR . Alakea St.
Local and National I
The Franklin was owned and .as to provide for "mooting various
driven by liny Colcurd of Oklahoma 'emergencies In the way of accident,
City. Among those which dropped .Mr. Mllhullund has had little use for
lout was the pilot car, which broko .tills equipment. Jlccently ho wrote
a spring, und its plnco was tuken by! that his cntlio repair bill for tho
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
Dick Cu'kn To
Dick Cullen. thy boxer who arrived
VJ. on thu Alameda Friday afternoon,
' , chopped Into this olllce In company
i .with Chnrllo Kellly soon niter tlu
itoainor was berthed.
Cullen is a likely looking customer
nnd Is nowrnl Inches taller tlinn Hell
' ly. After icinnrkliiK on the good tili-i
'f tlio Alameda had, Cullen dilftcd Intt
" ' I omo light talk.
(, . "Yes," remarked the latest arrival
Iroin Uio Coast, "I lmvo coino to Ho
"T , . noliilii In hopes of having a contest
wllh Clurllc Itellly. I uni In fnlil
good form at prevent mid would need
' " very llttlo work to g.-t really lit."
In answer to a question in to liov
' , Frimkle Smith, well known In Mono-
v-.. lulu, 'Is getting on. Cul'en irplled'
i- "Smith Is dolus U'ry well, and I
? billed to box Ji'ff IVrry ten rounds as
, -' IV preliminary to tho lulins n Ketchell
yr t Cnllen and Itcllly are at good as
' matched to box at the end of this
fi month, nnd the so thonld bo im Inter-
. "eating ono' to witness, Itcllly hag huen
, Trq'i 111 action hero on many oerislou?
'f and theie Is no need to spenk of h
, 'work in tho ilng. Always cool und
. ronlldcnt, CbarJJo has done well at
t'. ' tl(e caino and be Is n great favorite
. with tho light fans.
w ' ' Cullen Is reported to ho a clover nun
".with his fists, and peoplo who have
k. recii him box on tho Coast, reckon thai
' bo nnd Itcllly Hbonld put up a good ex
hibition ti tho manly art.
Sailing Race Is
Won By Sloop
Thoie was an Interesting sailing
inrn yestordny nrternoon between
two different types of boats, nnd
after a eloso two tho Tearl. which
h u small sloop, defeated tlio Sea
Vren by a margin of 2S seconds.
Tho race was closely contested nnd
exilted a lot of Interest among sail
ing men, who weio divided ns to tho
capabilities of tile dllTeiciit build of
A good start was obtained, and
the boats were sent away by Ken
neth Hi own, who acted as starter.
A short distance fiom the spur buoy
the Pearl ovci lapped tho Wien und
rounded the mark well In the lead.
Then tho sloop began to gain a lot
on the Wien, und. when tho hell
liuoy was rounded was at least half
-i minute nhead, On thu beat up
tlio harbor tho I'earl was one minute
In the lead, and tho Wien did not
appear to have a chance. However,
the Wren began to gain shoitly aft
ei wauls, anil had made up half u
minute of the dlffcience when the
Tho sloop seeniB to bo the faster
I'oat, and on tho wind slio has n
Sieat advantage. Next Sunday there
ivlll bo another race over u coiiiso
'that will be luoiu suitable to tho
Local and CJoast
With 13 as Its contest number
and 1,000 miles of Oklahoma, Kan
sas and Missouri roads to (over, a
I 'ran I, II n touting car won the annu
al automobile run, conducted by tho
Dally Oklohomnn, fiom Oklahoma
City to Kansas City and hack. De
spite bad roads ami inln btorniB, the
winner finished with a penalization
of only C.9 points. The seven
which llnlshed, among Bevenlcen of
Its competitor which were cuteied,
had a penalization which averaged
nearly four times that of the Frank
lin .totaling IBS. 7 points. One or
thn motor ems bioko down and was
hopelessly ntraildeil, and othois wero
withdrawn. Only ten llnlshed tho
first half of the mil.
Tho contestants covered tho courso
each way in four days of driving;
two days were spent at Kansas City.
Tho motor cars wero then given an
examination as well as at the com
pletion of the run back to Oklahoma
City; whoro a silver trophy cup,
which had been offered by the Okla
lionian, was presented to Mr. Col
c.ord nnd the Franklin.
The difficulties of the run aro In
dicated by tho fact that theio was
a string of breakages of springs,
lamps, fenders and other parts, be
sides a number of broken axles. Al
though the tumbles encountered by
tho Franklin were oiiiy of a minor
nature. It was apparent beforo the
run wai half over' that an absolute
ly perfect score for any contestant
would not he possible. Tho Frank
lin touring cur wth which the high
est performance was made was one
of 1910 model, with twenty-eight
horse power nnd n passenger capa
city of five.
The fact that the number 3 was
carried was'Vclconied by Mr. Col-
cord rather than objected to, for tho
use of It In a terles of automobile
contests has made Franklin ndher
cms neiievo that ror them It was
Jucky rather than unlucky. It Is
only a shoit time since Guy h.
Smith of Omaha, driving n enr of
exnetly the same model nnd carry
ing the number 111, won tho Omaha
World-Hcruld reliability contest. In
addition he captured a trophy offor
ed by the Omaha Automobile Club
for the best showing made In the
rontest by any of its members.
Knrller In the soar a Franklin
running as number "l 3 won tho Har
ilshiirg enduinnco run, and another
won tho riilladelphla-I'lttsbnrg con
test. Defying the sumo hoodoo,
rrnnkiins lust year won perfect
scores in tlio llretton Woods run and
uiu tinmen lour. riiiiieen was
early u Franklin number. In tho
first eyar of the Franklin company
mo entire output conssteil of thlr
teen motor cars.
John i:, Mllholland of New York
Is ono of tho American aiitomob
Ists touting Kuropo riming tho past
summer who has been traveling
through Ireland. Since nrrlvlng In
Kuropo ho has covered 10,000 mlloa
In his twenty-eight horse-power
Franklin tourl;ig car.
Although carrying equipment so
10,000 mllo trip would bo something
less than $ I, notwithstanding tho
fact that the distance covered is
greatly In excess of that mudo by
most Americans wno mako automo
bile trips thiough Kuropc.
There me thoso who tako It for
granted that an air-cooled automo-
it a a
COLLEGE OF HAWAII
D0INQS AND NOTES.
I.csllo Clark has been unanimously
elected captain of tho football team,
nnd for tho last three weeks, has
been busy drilling his material Into
Do Drettevlllo and Fraser will bo
tho College halfbacks while Capt.
Clark Is playing full.
Tho College has secured the aid of
several of Its professors. "Kvllcr bus
found Ills place ut guard, anil some
of tho "towers of strength" on tho
other line-ups may find their earth
quuko In this llttlo demon.
Severance und Porter aro compet
ing for end, und both blmw form rio
rhed nt their respective alma maters.
Chi Ilul, ono of tho greatest ends
l'uiinhou ever produced, will effectual
ly stop anything that tries to come
aiound tho other end,
Murcullliio, tho game High School
quarterback, Is showing a vast Im
piovement In form ut hlB old position,
and his Increase in weight will make
him oven more) dangerous'.
Lucas seems to have a strong bid
ror tho position of center, with I lend
i.v also In the running.
Tho strongest part of tho lino will
bo In tho neighborhood of left tacklo,
where Jay Kulms is saying nothing
but lying low.
Another portion of tho Kuhns fum
lly will also bo In at tho finish. Dan
Kuhns has been persuaded to don tho
moleskins and shows u marvtdous ap
titude for tho gaino.
His superior weight nnd speed
'make htm a strong rival for his broth
Ice's reputation and, although ho Is
handicapped by a bad ankle, tho Col
lego expectr great things of him.
Tho College Is however, sadly feel
ing' the need of u couch for this mute-
ilnl and so fur sees ndllght nbeud,
t 'yono, who, In tho Interest of thp
greatest of gamos, dcslies to glvo us
a hand, will bu warmly welcomed by
I'npU Clark and his team.
there is joy unbounded.
The Georgia Coon glad
ly takes chances on bird
shot and dogs to land
one. If bottles of PRIMO BEER
grew on vines the melons would be safe
enough. PRIMO is positively the
finest thirst-quencher and tonic beverage
ever brewed; and its "always in season."
m&9 J fwuMJ jffiv
The J5eer That's rewed
loouii ine ijjmpie
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Ii pleaiant and whole
some, "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
noticei it instantly.
THE FOND DAIEY,
0 Q. TEE HOP CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STBEET T 1 1"7 ' 5-1 PHONE 295
Estimates riven on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Boad Building,
Firewood, Coal, Waianae Sand For Bale.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
furuitnre and Piano Moving.
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