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EVENING BULLETIN, JlONpUIL.T,.!!,, T.UESQA.Y, NOV..23,,1909..
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Keep this in mind when you have a picture to
Monday;,, Tuesday and
Huckaback Roller Toweling
Special .'..... h,,m...'.v,,,w. . 5J a-yd..
Fancy Featherbone Braid
. ' For Trimming, 12 yard pieces,
20c pieces for 1-...1 ; .. 121-2 a pc.
. Bordeaux Linen
' '"." ' ' For Skirts and Suits.
20c quality : 12 l-2 a yd.
Silk Striped Challie
'. Pretty Desisrns and Colorines.
COo quality '. .'. .n". . . ' .'.'.'. 45 a yd.
Glace Eid Gloves
,., ,. . i... 10 Button Lcneth, .
Colors, Black White and Tan.
$3.50 Olovcs ;.'.... :,..; . ....."'. V 2.90
White Normandy Laces
With insertions to match. Variety of patterns.
lfJo lacca '. '. . . .1 . . . : .S a yard
Yard Wide; Soft "Finish.
Special :..-.: !!. .- ; . ,. t . .-. . . n. ...... 10 a yard
just opened an clcirarit line of
, BOXED PAPER AND ENVELOPES
In fancy boscs,., holly covered boxes suscially put up for Cliristmas nres-
ents, Unique shapes that will appeal to yon nt prices that will please
CHILDREN'S PAPER AND ENVELOPES
In fancy hollv boses at 15J a. box.
CHILDREN'S MOTHER GOOSE PAPER
P,Ut up in pretty boxes, 25c a box.
FANCY HOLLY BOXES
Filled with hipli-trrade corrcsujndencc paper and envelopes, at
20S 125tf, 300, :J5cS 50 a box.
In pretty desiens and colorines, filled with high-grade p3per and
envelopes, 25, JJ5S 50 upward.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
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SACHS' DRY GOODS CO., Ltd.
Corner .Fort anil, Bcrctania Streets.
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Aeency for Hawaiian Itlandi,
w cipiain, wiinvnt laruiar wiatuwi vm atj pari,
ho I u mlijr fur UttpwiUon tnlor wbjU.k I Dkft
The Bishop Trist Compahy J
w-UO to announce, that on January 1st, 1910, thoy will
WJ op'qq " Lades' Department In connection with
Wj their Trust busings, whore ladles, desirous of nav
, lng money, or with property Interests, or funds to
Irivcl't-may call or Co'rresfond and 'receive ndvtco' as to
opening a biiirk account, putting their funds out at Inter
est, Imylng real cstato, stocks or bo'nds, or Investing in
nny other class ot security. Under ho Laws of tho Ter
ritory, a woman ran hold properly In her own rlgLJ.
Thu lllsno'p Trust Coinpany fcol that Ihey liuvo been
fortunate in Kocurlpg for 'thb Dnpnrtmont tho services ot
Ml.fii X T. Mnoliiiyra, who n woll l.ouwit In the lumlni'Ki
t'lmmiinllj; )jf ltoiiniii ;ns tho iirmn;;er for olr.h yc.irs
IMDl .t-r UiMiyp fi Compaii'u UavfiiBs' iJiink. Mien MHcln
tjc will UaVo all oflico in tho Ilishop, Trust Company's
llulldlrjg on Dothol Street, whero sho will bo fouud dally
from ,TT to 12, uftor tho 1st of January.
.i . .A'1, accounts arid .transactions Btrlctly conndentlal
Environment Moulds the Character does
it' not follow that the things with which you
surround vourself reflect vour nersonalitv?
Benson, Smith & Co.,
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frame and take it to
Troops Will Be,
' WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. On Saturday 400 marines will tip started
for NIcaruRtin, (he Central American' republic oW in the hands of an
unccrupulous dictator. ', ,
Tho marlncH will leave on tho tjo'op ship Prairie, 'now In ilrydock nt
Philadelphia. Ifock men nro workllig day and night on tho vessel mak
ing numerous needed repairs on hci In order that she may be rushed to
the scono of Impending trouble
Whig lo the shallow waters a'cng the Mosquito Const and off Port
Umbn tho war department has'ucclded not to Bond nny battleships lo
Nicaragua, ns they would be practlillyuteless Jjicre.
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FORTS TO FIGHT AIRSHIPS
SANDY llOOK, N. J.. Nov. 22. For tho first tlmo In tho history ot
the armaments o'f tho world, war uuniouvors for tho rdpulso ot airships
will ,bo Indulged In hero Tuesday.
Tho Immense fortifications, conMMlug largclyjof. tho highest type o
disappearing guns will be used to lite nt arid,, Impossible, destroy flimsy
oags of silk supposed to contain the foregunrds of n Invading nrmy.
Thic'o balloons will bo utcd ob targets, unoccupied by any pilot, and
tho cntlro land defenses along tho New Jersey and New York roasts will
engage In preventing them from attaining such positions ns would per
mit them to harm thci torts. ...
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YOUNG DOLE ELECTED CAPTAIN
SAN ritANCISCO, Nov. 22. bole, of I.olnhd Stanford, Jr., Univer
sity, has been elected to captnln the Rugby (cam of tho Cardinal hnlls
this year. Ho will .pilot tho cotors of the university In Its coming grid
Iron struggle with Uerkelcy nnd many hopes arp being built, on his
Dolo comes from tho famous" lttxorsldo family 'of othlotcs nnd Is f.
nephew or U. S. District Judgo Sa't.ford II. Dolo of Hawaii. Ills broth-cl-;V.
D. Dole, 'Of., of tho samo university, wnnnothej fijinous Cardinal
lllnjee who'KCVcral' times won thu punting cup bff'cicll by tho CJundr'nnglo
JCIuli to tho best player of thu sotwin.
LOCAL DOCTORS .
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MANY INSTRDCTIVE SPEECHES
MADE' AND VALUABLE PA
, PEBS SUBMITTED FOR CON
S1DERATI0N. Dr. St. D. 0. Walters will bo
tho president of tho Hawaiian Ter
ritorial Stt'dkal Sbsiety for the'
coming )'cnr. This .was sottlcd at
tho afternoon session ot thnt so
ciety held yesterday.
Dr. W. 0. Rogers will occupy the
chair of vlco president and Dr. Col
lins becomes tho treasurer and sec
retary. " Dr Sinclair was elected to
tho executive council.
Papers of n most Interesting na
ture wcro read beforo tho .members,
and n bamiuet w;ih served, nt which
.i number ot Instructive speeches
A communication from tllo Collegu
Club nsklng that ihoy endorse tho
plan Of bringing an oxpert here from
tho coast to take chargo of tubercu
losis work was received during tho
afternoon session. -Dltcus3lon oh
this particular matter was sot for
hearing nt the next regular meeting
to bo held In tho early part of De
Thoso present ut tho banquet In
tho ovcnlug wcro K. A. Mott-Smlth,
who was guest of honor; Doctors
luldn, Mltamura, Judd, HcdOmnnn,
Kodglns," Wn'yson, Unymoud, C. 11.
Ccopcr, , Major Wndhnms, U. S. A.;
Doctors Itobdy, Pratt, Itosu, Hawaii;
Dr. Dcas, Maul; Dr. Mcl.ulu, ICwn;
Doctors H&llmau, Collins, Sinclair,
C.'n.'W'ood, Huti'ert Wood, Wulalua;
Doctors Nottagc, Hoffmann, ''iJrliick
erhorr, Cnpt. Morse, U. 8. A., uud Dr.
Uuffet, Hawaii, "Sil"nre ot Honolulu
unless othcr'wII'O' noted.
Mrs. C. M. 'Cooks ami Mls.i Allco
Cooko nro Vlcllfnti Mother ,TIIcq nt llio
IsiSnborgB,' 'Mrs. Iscnbcrg, In IhO
meantime, 'jB "trading off" with 'them,
anil went in Honoiitlu by' tho Hall, on
Tuesday, whero kho will visit, her
brother Paul and lib family at Wula
lao, until uftor 4'hahksplvlng. Garden
Island. ,; L
'8VJT nllLLRTIN ADS PAV-H '
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Otfr store Srill, be 'open Thnnksi;ivine morr.incr' until
10. o'cloclc. ...Alordors will jc delivered-free of charge in
plain sealed) packnjslf desired, V l . ,
. . W. C. PEACOCK & co:,
rhonc 4: "Houso of Quality." 88 Merchant St.
You Are Cordially
Invited to visit our stocl$ before you
select your Christmas presents as
you will find with us hundreds of
articles suitable for either ladies or
It is no trouble for us to show
1i A"Tisit "will be welcomed,
iBcretania St;- , Harris jn Dklp.
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RECOMMENDS 'MORE 'DBASTIC
MEASURES IN nGHTING OFF
DEATH DEALING DISEASES
FROM FOREIGN EAlTDS.
If tho spread of tubcrcdlosls and
kindred diseases, including plagues ol
all kinds do not got n sharp check It
will not bo tho falilt of members of
tho Men's I-o.-iKiic.
At tho mating of tho League
tho general arrangement of starting
In whs turned ciid for end and tho
opening hct was a delightful sup
per thoroughly enjoyed by all pres
ent. Then came the moro fccrlous
Tho statistics of tho organisation,
of tho I.cagito wero placed beforo tho
iremhorH by President .1. P. Cooke,
In which special ineuliun was made
legardlug tho friendship and civic,
tectlons of the oigauizatlou.
, Mr. Towso and Mr. llowcn spoke
effectively regarding the different
tectlons of the general work thnt tell
to their lOt. ' "
To" Vcafch 'Out ,'on subjects more
national uud''liroadcr wus 'rccom
liionded liy Mr. CiiuJlu In his "ropoVt.
on civic matters. He believes the
toclely should nut coullno ItBclt to
local subjects altogether.
The next speakcr.Dr. Hobdy, handled
thu story bf tho white plogjo' with
out gloves. In lolntlnit to tubecu
IosIb Dr, Hobdy pluced beforo his
hearer.! statistics nnd llgures that
amazed even thoso who thought they
wero in thorough touch with thb
Ho stated that tho United 'Slates
spent mutually about $250,000,000
to fight disease t The United Btates
has a trained corps of 'men1 to fight
tho Introduction. Into tho pails or
yellow fover, rholdrn, plague, small
pox, typhus nnd leprosy, but all or
Ihcsp comjilncd never 'hmdo such raw
ages as tubcrculojls.
Dr, liubdy advocates a stronger
and muro 'strenuous 'fight by the lo
cal authorities ngrilns't the 'admit
tanco to thejo Islands ot anything
characteristic of -pluguo or fover.
Spitting ti pan tho Bt're'et ho Btrnngly
iT.ndenini'ii, uud llionght that hciiiic
law cojilil bo 'imrtiMl which would
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Parisian Art Co
make the action punlshriUc without
interfering "with 'a citizens liberty.
Dr. 'Hobdy wni followed by tho
ttov. J. W. Itath of the Palama Mis
sion, who outlined n plan of cam
paign to ho used 'In llghtli: tuber
ciiloills In these Island:!.,
WILL BE PLEASED
Particularncss In photographic
work Is the note that marks the worth
of (ho artist who has chargo of tho
new photo gallery opened yesterday in
the upstairs. irooms Just across from
thu Art .Theater on Hotel street. Par
tics who deslfo to 'get pictures that
apiea'r better than nny they hhvo over
had made beforo will lio the moiit
pleaded patrons of tho "If. M. Honry
Photo Oallory, ns tho success of tho
irdw gallery is to bo ni'ado to' rest Upon
Just this class of trado. Mr. Henry
thinks that If ho can please thoso who
uro tho most particular that ho will
have no complaint from Jlioso whb mo
Inclined to tnko itny Clnss of work Us
best. "I will do rtiy best work for all
of my patrons and not nlono for those
who nro apt to mako domplnlnt." In
spect tho samples of photographic
win k that nro being shown' at tho liaw
gallery and you will bo rnnvliircil Unit
11 Is a ghod place to patronize when
you want photographic work or any
TO PROVE GUILT.
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Dcsplto tho sworn statu'hwnt from
pftlcer 'A'pamt of the pntlco department.
inni Miwjrii .MorK, an empioyeo oi uio
Advertiser, had previously bculi
brought to the station house mid
warned by Sheriff .Inrrott against
gambling, Judge Andrnde found tho
young man hot guilty nnd hu was dis
charged from custody.
It is claimed that Apaim has made
it serious mistake In his attempt lo
identify the man who really did r'i-,
totVo tho 'reprimand from tho police.
Tlioso who profess to know nil tho cir
cumstances In the caso nro firm in thu
e'cclaratlon that Mark vns hut that
Mark Was nno of four youths arrest
ed on Sunday upon u charge of being
present at n place whero gambling
vns holng conducted,
.Bulletin Buaines? Oflteo PhonuWl,
ilf tin T'.lfpW, Vnnyn Pnnn. 185
1 1-'4 hefes-nt Knlihi Volley, with
five'iooui'Cdttutfe". Fieu Water. Hen
Houses. . Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire, i
.nc'tlirip; fence. 300 '.Bananas, etc.
4 flni:, Hens, Wh. riymonth Rocks j
tlnl Wh. T.enhqnis. (Juud Hoisc and,
iiitirt;y. All lor
Aho 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin-
in;; auo'e- i
, , $600.00:
P. E. R. Strauch
Wailv IJIdj;. , Y4 li, Kiui; (SI.
k- UL X. bo
The response to this splendid value
has'depletecl the assortmant. In order
to continue it, we have taken a lim
ited number our HIGHER PRICED
PATTERNS and ADDED them to
the assortment so as to continue this
great offering. These Suits have the
proper DASH and are splendidly
trimmed and carefully tailored.
"Absolute satisfaction is guaran
teed in every instance."
travel in ttvfc'and
Comfort. Ever nntire
how many travelinc men wear
Regal Shoes ? Because, they've
found that Regals look hcil. Jil
easiest and last longest. That
re the btit footwear
for ioa. So, drop into
our More lor a pur
REGAL SHOE STORE
Xing" and Bethel.
Furniture Q6.t Ltd.
,Tltat will jinaTse attractive, Holiday
Hii is ars on airplay jiore.
Miss Kate Woodard
fill Tort ;slrcc'.
Fresh' Shipment Just Received by
r n ii
HENRY .MAY & 00,, LTD.
ind cloth of A-l anallty can b nr
, chased from
VBIIB C Lff
r i you will
P. 0, Bus lil, Tt)c$huui 111, I
Prices To Fit
We arc certain that if you visit
I cur store now while our holiday line
is complete that you will find just
the article you nrc looking- fur ns n
C'ft for same friend.
The buyinc is made as easy here
I as the selecting of tlic article, as we
have ranged the prices of our Roods
, to suit the purfc of every buyer. '
I. & Counter,
1142 Fort St.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAB 'BETHEL
Dealers In Furniture Kattrmet,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of X0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Xtdi Ic
Eine Street, Ewa of Fishmtrket.
IiBY QOODS AND FURNISHDia
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast. -97AVERLEY
BLK. - H0IE1 ST.
Clias. R. Frazier
tfhone 371. 122 King St.
Large Consiciment of
.'SING'S CHOICE SCOTCH WinSKY 1
HERULD RYE and BOURBON.
in stock !
Thos. F. McTighc & Co.
101-105 KING ST. .' v ;
PHONE 140. p. 0. BOX 7M. -!
-P. H, BURNETTE
Com'r. of. Deeds for California tei
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Brant Marriage Licenses f Drawi
MortBages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for thi
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.