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Positively the last days
Your loss if you doat' take advantage of this-Sale.
Reductions are bona-fide
There is a big saving in price. Shirt Waists arc this
season's styles and include the well-known
Knickerbocker ,Shirt Waists
c Christy Waists
Two beautiful dolls elegantly dressed now on display,
iu our show window will be
,". GIVEN "AWAY
to M$cliilJrcn Rcttln g the highest number of votes,
A voting coupon With every 25c purchase.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Is valued for its uniqueness as much as a f'ken of re
incrabrance. The showing of g oods here were imported in view of
the demand for unique and valuable CHINESE GOODS Tor
CHRISTMAS GIFTS. Yo uare invited to inspect the goods
041 Nuuauu St.
. Apency for Hawaiian Islands
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A' Irvi qtifj fur UupMiuiv brjor wWtli br
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Do You Travel?
We can interest you if you do, as we have just re
ceived a big shipmen t of BAGS, SUITCASES & TRUNKS.
Gocds arc priced so you can afford extra quality
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel
The Science of Dyeing
Is understood perfectly by the F. Thomas Dyeing Works.
J. Abadie, Prop.
of our urcat
Opp. Fire Station,
TA1 & CO.,
School. , 1.
. 931 Fort St., Honolulu N
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258 Berctania St.
Korea In Turmoil Of
Revolution Against Japanese
VICTOIHA. Nov. It. Mall advices rccclveil liere today from Hie Ori
ent nre to the cITcct that tlio revolt In Korea -against tlie Japanese octupl
crs of tlic country Is assuming hit go proKrtylons,aud Hint tlio, IJurnpenn pa
triots nre making Mauds against tlie Japanese all over tlio kingdom.
Tlio oniclal figures of tlio killed and
to bear tint the statement?. Last month
or died afterwards of their wounds, while
No report Iiiib been given out uf the
death In facing the Koreans,
I m i i m
LYNCH MEN FOR BRUTAL MURDERS.
CAlllO,' III,. N'ov. 11. This city !r In the hands of a M-cthlint mob. the
tuembers of which hn.vu already lnchcd two men nnd mo doteinilned to
take another fiom the hands of tbo sheriff and summarily execute Mm. One
of the men l.vnched Is a negro who weg charged with n brutal assault on a
white girl, m.irderlng her utter his i!Uiifo. Ho was lynched In one of the
most prominent squares of the city in Hie piescnco of ii mob of lu.oiio ieo
plo. his body being literally shot to pieces utter he lind been ttriuig up,
while the lilooit-criireil crowd danced rml shouted.
Willi lil'ii was lynched n wliltu man,
wife, the cilmo halug been a brutal one,
chopped off with an ax.
After the ilouli'u lynching the bodies wciq cut down nnd binned, the
mob jelling Its giatltlcntloii at the sight,''
While the fires were blazing, u shout was sc't up for more victim atiiPii
poitlou of the mob began to seatcli for another near". In the luuds of tbo
vein Iff, charged with complicity In the crime. The sherilT diessed his pris
oner as n policeman nnd Is attempting to get him out of the city. At inltT
night last night thu mob was In full cry niter the shotlff mid. his prisoner,
who had taken refugu In a house and were standing the crowd oil wait
ing for thu unlv.il of thu militia. The local mllltla companies vveio guard
ing the residence of tbo mayor and chief of police.
CHICAGO, Nov, 11. Governor Dinecn expresses himself as greatly In
ccuscd tit the not Ion of the Calm mob, which has brought disgrace upon
thu Hluto. Ho has ordered seven companies of mllltla to proceed lo Cairo
by special train to restore order.
GEN. WESTON RETIRES TOMORROW. '
HAN ritANCISCO, Nov. 11. MaJ.Ocii. J, K. Wesaon. In conini md of Hie
department of California, which dcpirtmenl Includes Hawaii, retlies Sat
urday. (leneral Weston wms born on November 13,"18l, reaching Iho retiring
ago of fi I mmorrow. Ho lias hi u long nrmy career, Inning received bin
Hist cominlselou us lieutenant In the fourth Ki.nlucky Volunteer C.ivahy In
lRCI,,whcn lie was only sixteen ve.ir obi. lie servi'd with distinction In
the Civil War. receiving a medal of honor In is;i!i for a deed of bravery ac
complished many years before at Wetutiipka, Alabama, where, wllh II vn men
lie swam Iho liver, defeated n force ef tlie enemy ami captutcd n" sleain
boat leaded wil'i military supplies. He has served under Ills piesent rank
ilneo Oct. S, lns. i
SERIOUS TOHQ FIOH TING IN CHINATOWN.
SAN ritANCISCO Nov. 11. TJong lighting or serious proportions
In oko out In Chinatown today, armed bauds representing thu factions fir
ing nl each other In the streets nnd cairylng their warfaie Into the shops
nml alleyways. Tlio police had looked tor no such serious trouble nnd wer
taken unawsres IMote order could be brought about live Chinamen wore
dead and mvernl others wounded. Tonight forty policemen and detectives
patrolled thu war zou to prevent a iccurreiico of the feud,
Warrants have been sworn out for the tong leaders and these will bo
m i m m
WOMAN CHARGED WITiT KIDNAPPING.
niCNVKU, Nov 11. Mrs. Allen Head, who Is ch-irge wllh Inning at
tempted to kidnap Mrs. l'hlpns tlie wlfo of Henry l'lilppi, a Philadelphia
millionaire, and tit extort fiom her the sum of II 00,000, collapsed during
here trial here today. It In thought that she Is dying.
At tbo Klloliaiin Art league last
night tlie exhibition tf local artists'
iv oik attracted a lot of attention. The
examples of wink demoustiutes thu
wealth of subjects for tlie artist's
brush which can be round iu these Is
lands, Upward Hitchcock is thu pilnclpal
exhibitor and the ennvnsses hu has on
lliu wall aro u line lot. "In the Wnht
lino Mountain?," fiom thu brush of the
well known aitlst, Is u striking ex
ample. of his methods.
Tiho list of exhibitors and cxhllilta
is Is follows: "Ilcil Hsli," Mrs. I..
Marshall; "Ited lllblscus," Mrs. I..
Marshall; "Sill Lire." Mrs. I'leiru
Jones; "l"ish," Mrs. I,. Marshall: "Pink
I.el," Mrs. I.. .Marshall; "Sunny
neach," n. H. Hitchcock; "l.ehui," I).
II. Hltrhcock; "After tlio Store." Mrs.
Plerrtt Joncs"Peail Harbor," I). II,
Hitchcock; "At Kooiau nciieh," I). II
Hitchcock; "Where, the Trade Winds
Illow," I), II, Hitchcock; "Nutinnu
Sticum," Miss (I. Uoberthon; "A Quiet
Day" I). II. Hitchcock: "In thu Wula
mil; Mountains," I). II, Hitchcock:
"Along thu Ileacli," I). II, Hitchcock';
"A Ilreeiy Morning," n. H. Hltcli
cock; "Showers," I). II. Illtcheock', "A
l-'alr fiay." I), II. Hitchcock; "Tbo Dis
tant Itnnge,"'!). II,'. Hitchcock; "Thu
Mountain Top," D. II. Hitchcock;
"Types of Hawaiian Youth," Mis, A.
If, (Inrrey, Jr.; "Tbo Itoniau Koruni,"
Mis. S. I). Henpy; "A Knlr Shore,
Penil Itnibor." A. II. Pnrko; "I.u Pa
Ionia, IVrtrl Ilnrbor," A. II. P.irku;
"Wheru tbo Mile Illooin," Allco Spald
ing: "Diamond Head fiom thu Penin
sula," Mrs. Plerru Jones; "Amid the
Marsh Lands," Alice Spalding; "Ilium
Lels," Mrs, Pierre Jones; "Itlcu Fields
nt Pearl City," A. II. Parke: "Mnuiiu
Ken," Allco Spablng; "Ileacli and the
Sea" Allcu Spalding: "Sketch of the
Peninsula," Mrs. Piiirro Jones; "lx-
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THE BEST DUYS IN THE BU L LET IN tt
Ale always found In the classified fliles column. This Is lie.
counted for by tlio fact that It Is tlio most economical form of adver- St
Using anil because It It, road iiijuo often than any standing feature;
ot tbo newspaper, muter watch thu wanUainl sales column of Ihn tS
II u 1 1 u 1 1 n as It gives in terse ami convenient form the Infoima
(Ion they t,eok. If 3011 have lost or found an nitlehi or liuvo some- H
tiling lo exchange or trado don't fall to use the columiib of the
I! ill let 1 11 that has tbo most ren lers. One cent a word will con- tt
vey s'our want lo thousands of icadeis.
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captured anion); the Koreans seem
331 "rebels" were killed In battle
held bb prisoners arc 1 ,B3.
number of Japanese who met their
charged with having murdered his
tlio woman's head having been
ora," Mm. O. Schmltt; "Itnlnbows," I)
11. Hitchcock; "Ooldearod from Lua
kalia," Mrs. S. II. Dolu; "Kooiau," I).
H. Hitchcock; "Hawaiian Typo," Mm
A. It. (Inrrey; "Wulanae." .Mrs. S. D.
Blrj Shipyard for Canada. Ottawa,
Ont. Ilnrlaiul & Wolff and other Ilrll-
Ifh shipbuilders Iii-vo Intimated to the
Cnnadlun government that they would
locate a shliyard In Canada If suin
clcntly bontized, C.inadlan tlrms nre
after the privilege, hut no decision lias
Eleven Optra In Boctoa, Tlio Mu
tioiKilltau Open Company announces
that It will give lit the new Iloston
Opera lloiiiu during the season eleven
perfbmiiius eight evenings and
three matinees, beginning Jan. 10 and
roicilng dateB In Jauujiy, March and
Bulletin Busincsi Office Phone 286.
Bulletin Kditonsl Room Phone 185
REPORTS ON ESTATE
Final Account of Special Adminij.
trator Shows Balance of $29,
831.50, The Hist nml final account of Ilu
dolpli Spieikels as special adnilnls
trator of the eJtatu of his fatlieri
the late Olaus Sireckels, was tiled
In Judge Corffrey'a court yesterday.
According to the report, tlio estate
has received lSS,4fjr..'Jfl slnco tbo
death of Clans Spreckels. The ex
penditures uniounti-cl to $ 1 5 S.C I .
4, leaving u balance of tSD.SSI.RU,
which Is now In possession of Itu
lulpli Spreel.ols, wlm Is alto execu
tor of tlie estnto,
l'lom tlio Ktderul Sugar Itellnlng
Company, on November 3. 1307, tbo
estate received $3,7&u In dividends,
and on August 3d of this year t"r
"TiO inoio In dividends .was lecelved,
The American Sugar Itellnlng Copi
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Our showing of the beautiful
KNITSCARF is now complete. The
bewitching styles and combinationf are
so varied that you will shop here with
pleasure. They are selling at the popu
lar price, - ?Oc
THE KASH CO., LTD.,
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
pany pnlil thu eslalo $350 In divi
dends, ltentnls riiim thu properties
owned bytho e3tate also swelled the
t llf. nllima lt Ihn rriW Of tllQ
Monitor, C.ipt. Webber had long ago
dropped from sight. Not even thu
Kiivcrnnivnt records gave any trace
of him after tlie entry "honorably
discharged" liqil been made opposite
his name. Although lie had navi
gated tlie Monltoi during tlie great
er part of her career and had ban
bled her dining the tight with the
Merrimac In such a masterly way as
lo win honorable mention 'fiom tils
government, he led a retired life,
keeping himself constantly fiom the
Delta Uptllons To Meet. Thu na
tional convention of the Delia Upsllon
fraternity will bo held November 31!
on Iho Invitation of thtf Harvard, Tech
nology nnd Tufts chapters and oT tbo
New Dnglaud Club of the fraternity,
The headquarters of the convention
will be at the Hotel llruntsu Ick,
Monitor Officer Dead.
"chicken ranch "
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottarje. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire-
netting- fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Horse and
Butriry, All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S. King St.
Levy's for GroKries
Made up the latest or any style.
Fcrt and Bcretania Sts,
Iloston Hide. Fort Street.
Shirts, with Cuffs attached, in
some of the most attractive
patterns the season has brought
forth. Shirts tfcat are equal to
custom made, - - $2.60
For men. women and children,
with monogram. Priced from $2.00
up to $20.00.
Tor ladies .and gentlemen, 14
karat solid Rold. Priced from
All Holiday Roods on display in a
M. R. Counter,
1142 Fort St.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattreaiei.
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE iUde Tr
King Street, Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
WAH CH0NG CO.
. DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design 4 frame to your satisfaction.
"Bethel. Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Chas. It. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St. I
nsnufuctured from pure distilled w
'r, Oellvered to any part of city b
tlAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
wlo. Telephone 823.
The Industrial Edition ot the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 M 1 11 office.
inP I nd offices at 25o pet S-$M
h i-t - ,
UYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES '
At All Watcbdealen.
A Kent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
w. FORT and KINO Sts.. HpmJ"I
That will make attractive Holiday
gifts arc on displnylicic.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
HONOLULU DANCINO ACADEMY
Meets Monday and Friday nights at
8:30 o'clock. Kilohanart Lcajic,
under the direction of
New Dances a Specialty.
Information furnished by Otto
Bttrmcster at WALL. NICHOLS CO.,
King- tit. Telephone Store 201.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
nent of Latest Styles in
1023 NUUANU ST
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a, m., ?-6 p. m,
. Phone 33.
The best in
ROSES, CARNATIONS and other
. CUT FLOWERS.
MRS, E. M. TAYLOR.
ifoung Bldg. Tel. 339,
Bamboo Furniture Juadc to Order,
'icture Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BCRETANIA II.
P. II. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California hsA
.few York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Srant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for th
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Delivered to residene.es
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DAHNHART,
1SS Merchant St.
OV UUUUICU IU iUUU. IV OBK
II 1 r more. : tSR
Vv w ' DAHNHART, ivM
,bluiiwihe ' ;,3
the ONLY table drink. Hanuftc- ' "' M
tured by the V'B
Arctic Soda Water Works 1
rnoNE 557 , . M