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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 22, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINQ nPTAETlN, HONOLULU. T. It.. MONDAY, "MOV. 22, 1009.
'WirontoeWftoulds the .OtarifcteT does
it not follow that the things with which you
surround yourself reflect your personality?
Keep this in mind when you have .a picture to' frame and take it to
;:.',;.' ' '. Opp Benson, Smith & Co1., Ltd.
Invited to viiit our stock before you
seicci your unnstmas presents A
you will find with u hundred of
articles suitable for either ladies or
It is no" trouble for us to show
the Roods, '
A visit will be welcomed.
Parisian Art Co.
Bcretanfa St. Harrison Bldg.
Monday, Tuesday and
1 "Wednesday '
. Special Bargains
Huckaback Roller Toweling
SPccinl 'i-vj-.m, 5 n yd.
:'' y Fancy Featherstone Braid
For Trimming, .12- yard pieces.
20c pieces for. ....... . .'.12 1-2 a pc.
T- ,. r . j ., , , . , prf .swhs aM(J guitj ,
COc quality ., , 12 i-2 tt yd.
Silk Striped Challie
Prclty Designs and Colorinrs,
GOo quality ,,....... 15 a yd.
Glace Kid Gloves ,(
10 Eutton Icncth.
Colors, Black White acd Tan.
$3.50 Gloves 3.90
White Normandy Laces
With insertions to match. Variety of patterns.
15c, Laces , ." 3 a yard
Yard Wide, Soft' Finish.
Spccial .- 10 a yard
',.''" ; Christmas Papetries
' Just opened an elegant lire of
, BOXED PAPER AND ENVELOPES ,
In fancy boxes, holly covered boxes specially put up for Christmas pres
cms. Unique shapes that will appsal.to you at prices, that-will please
t , CHILDREN'S PAPEK AND .ENVELOPES
. In fancy holly boxes at 15Sa,,box.
CHILDREN'S MOTHER GOOSE PAPER
P.ut up in pretty boxes, 25J' a box.
. FANCY HOLLY BOXES
nji, Fliwl.Ui,ip.Ead.?5rFsJ'3ndcnce wper and envelopes, at
-up, -o, joe, J5p, 50$ a box.
In pretty designs and colorincs, filled with high-grade paper and
iiivclopcs;250, 35S 50( upward. ,
, ' SEE WINDOW .DISPLAY ' , . , . .
SACHS' DRY iGOODS-COLtdi
Corner Fort and Eerctania Streets. ''
m ' ... .u., -i, it
The Bishop Trust Company,
BKG to anuounco that on January 1st, 1910, they wilt
open a Ladles" Depnitmcnt In connection with
their Taint business, where ladles, desirous ofsav
Ing money, or with property interests, or funds to
Invest may call or correspond and receive ndIpo as to
opening 11 bank account, putting their funds out'nt Inter
cat, buying real cstato, ttocks or bonds, or Jnvostlng In
any other class of socu'ilty. Under tho Laws of tho Ter
ritory a woman can hold property In hor own H(jr.tl fi
m. 1, , .. ' I ' l ft r v 11 , J
, The ,l)lshop Trust pompany feel that, they havo been
fortunate In securing for this Department tho services of
Miss J. T. Maclntyro, who Is well known In tho business
community of Honolulu as ..manager for eight years
past ct lllshop Ai Company's Salngs llank.N Miss Macln
tyro will have' an onico In tho lllshop Trusr Company's
Uulldlng on Bethel Street, where sho will be found dally
from 0 to 12, after tno 1st of January.
All accouuts and. transactions strictly confidential.
liitBjllosiJ Corressondinei Scluoli," . fc,1
,031 tyrt 5t Honolulu V
iRCncy for Hawaiian Islands
riBUwl Md Ntv
b C r lttltr
lr. I Iabl1
1-111 UfiMtr 1
Prevents Further Rescue
CHRIIIIY, 111., Nov. 20. Tho gamut of human emotion has been
experienced hcio during the past twenty-four hours, fiom the deepest
despair, through hysteria to hope. Men believed to be dead, for whom
nil hope had been glen up, whose blucKcned and swollen bodies were nil
that iclatles dared hope to recoor, have been brought out of the
depths of the St. Paul mlno alive. Tho Joy of wives and children, In
many cases, has boen turned to blttter sorrow again, when loved ones
greeted them only to die, being unable to stand the shock of the rcscuo
In their tcrilbly cxhnuatcd condition.
Last night only twenty-two wcie loft surviving of the seveuty-ono
Today, to add to the accumulated honors of the sltuntlon, tho tiro
In the mine biokc 6ut afresh and once more It has been found necessary
to close the entrance. As soon' ns tls was done the report was sprend
that there were other lhc men In the mine und that this time their fnto
CHERRY, lib, Nov. 21. Ten moro bodies have been recovered from
tho St. Paul mine, making a 'total- of twenty, saved alive. Nlncty-clght
are known to be dead. One hundred and ninety-eight arc still missing,
pud hopo for tho rescue of any of' of them before ileath ends their suf
ferings Is lapldly diminishing.
COAST STEAMER BURNED
LOS ANOCI.KS. Nov. 20. Tho steamer St. Croix, bound fiom San
Pedro for San Kmnclsco, cnught lire when some dstanco nt sea tonight.
find In spite of the hard work 011 tlie part of tho crew burned to the wa
ter a edge., An soon as tho tiro was, discovered, the vessel was headed
In for shore, but when she was thioo miles out, off Point Duma, tho
flames had gained such headway that It was necessary to take to the
Tho St. Croix. had 82 passengers, and these, together with tho 3ii
members of her crew, wcro all taken off In safety on tho lifeboats nnU
life rafts and lauded on tho lic.icli, whero they cam pod over night. ,
LOS ANOHLKS. Nov. 21. Tho shipwrecked passengers and crew 11I
j tho steamer St. Ciolx which caught llro Saturday outbound .fiom San Po
dro to SanTrnnclsco, arrived hero today. They wero famished and com
pletely exhausted from hunger, exposure, and exertion. .,,
Tho hulk of'thc St. Croix Is floating about In tho scaiTdorcllct near
whero who was abandoned. Tho cause of tho flro can not bo explained.
PRESIDENT ZELAYA MUST ANSWER KNOX
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. Sccretnry of State Knox ias announced
that a demand has been mado upon Nlcarnguo for reparation' for tho
killing of tho two Amercnns, Cannon and Ornce, who wcro shot last
Thursday along with flvo hundred other prisoners killed by order of
President Kolay.i. ' t
Piompt and elTcctlvo steps nro being taken to enforco tho demand
mado upon President Zelaya by Secretary Knox, who Is acting In ac
cordance with the nttltudo taken by President Taft.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21. Repairs on tho nrmed transport Prnlrle,
which is In the navy yard hoic, are being rushed on orders from Wash
ington. Tho Prqlrlo Is n transport' carrying (en guns,' und Is In the special
m - 1 1
AST0R PARTY KEP0RTED SAFE
WILLL'MSTAD. Nov. 21. Tho jacht Nourmahal, with John J 11 rob
Astor on board, Is revolted tij bo sate., it is roportcd that sho arrhed
at San Juan on Nov. IS. .,
These Suits are without a doubt
one of our greatest bargains. We
have been building up a reputation on
them and wish emphatically to state
that the same pains-taking care, the
same high grade workmanship and
the satisfaction to you that characterize
our higher priced suits will be incor
porated in these garments at
TAMPA. Tin., Nov. 21. Tho wJic-U-hs station at Uunntanomo hns
ovorhc.11 it n conversation which (milium tho report that John Jacob, As
inr'H private yacht, which It was feared had been lost in tho storm, Is
' ...., ,.. . STANDARD OIL- WILL APPEAL
M.W OltK, Nov. 21. General Consul Klllott of thu Standard Oil
Co. announces that the corporation will appeal to tho Supreme Court o'
tho United States froimjlie decision of tho il'nltcd Stales Circuit Court
which declares tho Standard Oil to, Hr an lUcgal rnn.b'nntlon nnd n mo-,
nopoly In restraint of trnu"e. Tho company, ho Bays,) will chcorfully
abldo by the outcomo of the proposed appeal.
.,, TAFT TAKES HAND IN CUSTOMS FRAUDS
WASHINGTON, Nov. 21. Piosidont Tuft, William Loeb. Jr., col
lector of the Port of New York, Secrotary of tho Treasury MacVcagh and
Attorney General Wlckersham will hold a conference tomorrow 1,, ,in-
cldc upon further action In connection with ''tlm t-Muinnw rrnn.u n,,
havo been unearthed by Loeb.
m 1 . m 1
,A-,v,.nSAI?AL KEp0RT MADE PUBLIC.
WAolJINGlON, Nov. 24.-riiu t-agerly awaited repdrt on. tho lla-immu-Caiinl
hail been murto public. 1
Honolulu, T. II.,
November 1, 1909.
ItPhuhril, lip tho Hoard or Super
visors of the City and County of Ho
nolulu, Territory of Hawaii, that tho
sum, of seven bundled dollars
($700.00) bo and (ho tame Is hereby
appropriated out of tho gcncial fond
for the Installation of electric lights
at Palolo Itoad, Kalmukl and Alcwn
Heights, District of Honolulu.
"-"Introduced by Supervisor
WM. A. KANE.
Tho foregoing resolution was, at
ft regular meeting of tho Hoard of
Supervisors of tho City and County
of Honolulu, hold on Tuesday. No
vember 10," 1909, ordered pass to
print on tho following voto of the
Ayes: Aliln, Aylctt, Cox, Knno,
Lognn, MeClolInn, Qulnn. Total: 7.
. D. KALAUOKALy.S'I, Jit.,
Clerk, City and County or
UG9 Nov. 17, 1, 19, 20, 22.
mainland. Tho Alaskan Is expected
t leavo tho Hawaii. port for Ibq toatt
ly tho 2Uth of. nest ininilh. Thu ves
soliwllt takojlhu Initial idijpmuiit or
tho li0 croi.
l travel in stjle and I
m buimuiu 1
FINE HORSES ARRIVE
how m&tiv traVcttncr mpn wrar
Regal Shoes ? Because they've
found tint Regjils look bcst.Jf
esiiest and hit longest. That
are I tie Lrit footgear
(or you. So, drop into
our itore for pur
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kins; and Bethel.
1142 Fort St.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Per 0,)S. a. Alnmoda, for San 1'ian-
tlsco, Ucc.'l. J. J. Mc.Mahon. Mrs.
McMahou, Miss LIsUin, Mu. S. II. Dun
tar, Mrs; En.-jllah, tMrs. ,8tclmentz.
Prof, nnd Mrs. II. 15. Comptou, Miss
Compton, Dr. F- B, ITrutes, Miss J, II,
Sit-iiglcr, Mm. Monk, Mr. 1 and Mrs.
l-'rank I-cq, P.. flrant, Mr. mldiiMi-s.
llaag, Mr. mill Mih. Dlcndorff, AV Weill
A. II. ingalls, Mr. and Mis. Dmibn'r, ('.
Daycr, W. .A. Tall, O, j:. l.llain.
Per Rtnir. Manna Kea. for Hawaii
, mid .Maul ports. II. C. Waldnm J. II
Fuller. Mr. and Mm. J, St. itns-f. Mr.'
Oeo. Kleugcl, Mrs; W. L, Woit, Mi
ami Mra. A. Slnwu, W. (I.i Cv Camp
hell, John ruth, lieu, qo-il, I). (IjM.iv
J Miss K. Bljurralf, Mm, Wt H. -IMj-i-m
Mr. mid Mrs. A. Wight. H, K011 1. Mlht
-.. uh, .iiisB.i.-.Miicauiy, Mr.'Hit'l .Mrs In mil rhlpim-rit of fiolght fro-u the
iJ, Olhbs, W, HJ.yom' Wi'S. KobliiHiiif iimIiiI.AhI vW Tt-hnaiitc-pee lonfo and
1, I. ciirsiiH, .1. Kennedy, A, CuLni-' th boiui.I. Tho Alaskan ,M icinalii
' huur, Miss T II, Williams. A. J. Me-1 at Ihu mv. for sovoral days beforo uio
Comb, Mra. McCbmb, Mrs. IJ. Hepburn, cocdlng to Hllo, thoio to tako on a
Mra. II, n. Fcrgiifon, W, IMIIct, Mr. I rlilpmcnt of i.iiuar dcetlpcd for tho
and Mrs.tS. I.lllcnthal, O. 11. Itobott
Mill, D. H. Caecy. J. T, 1 Molr, I MUs
Itouso, Cecil Hahlend, Dr. Itoss. C. V,
llaag. r.H. Iloht-ncraiis, P. V. Kimd
son, N. O. Scott, XV, II. llcnuett, Sam
Johnson, Mien Sl,.Crano, V. II. Fltz
sliuiuoiia. Pr Am. stinr. China, fur Japan and
China ports. Nov. a.1. Hon Keu untl
,wKo, Mr. and Sirs. F. It. Uue.il, Chlng
I'cr hliuv. Klnau. Tor Kauai ports,
Nov. 23. .1. Fasvoth, Miss J. I.opor.
Mlbs W'lttliigtou, H. P. Fayo. Mrs.
Fajo, .Miss I-'nycv MUs Dalm, A. Iluch
holtz, Mra. K. L. I'mce..
NT.W YOHK, Han Francisco und
I'uivot Soiiii I nrgii ban arilved nt o
linlnlii by tho Auifileaii lhwnll.iii
rr"lr,lilcr Alaskin,, Tbls van-l brinsb
Two magulllcciit siicclmci 8 r,t horse)
arrived oil tin Hyndcs tli'i' i-.iornlnr,
They uro of tfci (Sorniuu cwlt hur'O
breed, mid all ejus v,-ure on thorn ns
they vvuio led up Fort street nt noon
Tho bay horbo la tho heavier of th.
I wo, and hu Is intended for HnleakaU
ratich, Maul, Thu black, which is about
tho best looking unlmal ever seen In
thefo Islands, goes to tho Parker
Hunch, Hawaii. Ho took (lrst prlzo at
tho Seattlo exposition nnd is a rcrfuct
gentleman to look at.
Tho- tno rtuds camo through the
voyago down In great bhapo. and
looked as fresh this inornlni: us if
they had merely como In by roid from'
Wnlklkl. A markol Impiovement in 1
tho breed or tho stock from tliu . PJIaii; ' TnnC
lunches may bo looke'd forward to In I IIIUW I XJUJ
tho near f.itnre. lThat will maks aUractive Holiday
' IRON BEDS
Furniture Co., Ltd.
1 King- Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHUS
Q00DS of EVERY DE
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY Q00DS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. -
"Pni" ttnln" mri' At fluiutl-
Rifts arc ou display here.
jDIiss Kate Voodard
1141 Tort Street.
Chas. R. Frazier
Jr'hone 371. 122 King St.
Prices To Fit
1 The Purse
We ars certcin that if you visit
cur store now while our holiday line
lis comulctc that yoa will find just
'the article you arc lookinjr for as a.
' cjt for seme friend.
1 The uu7ins is made as easy hero
as th; selcctincr of the article, ns wo
have ranged the prices of our Roods
to suit the punc of every buyer.
M. R. Counter,
in Furniture MattraMea.
All kinds of KOA and
FUENIIURE' Xftdt It
, 1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottace. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1.100 ft. Wire
ucttinir fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4'doj. Hens. Wh. Plvmonth Rocks
fond Wh. Lcchorns. Good Horse nnd
Bul'sv. All for
Also 2 4 acres unimptoved, adjoin
i' tr.nn nn
P. E. R. Strauch
Fresh Shipment Just Received by
HAY & CO.,
tnd cloth of A-l quality can be jur
Waity BldR. . , 74 S, King St. . 0, Box Wh Tclenhoae ML
Large Consignment of
KING'S CHOICE SCOTCH WHISKY' '
r Just Arrived. '
HERULD RYE and BOURBON,
Thos. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. p. 0. BOX 75.
T. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Kit
Kcw York; NOTARY niBLICj
Grant Marriage License! r Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Salt
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for tht
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT1 ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
PULLET IfS AP? PAY
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