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EVENINO..DDLLETIN, IlONOMILtf, TH.. ilONDAY. NOV. sSTtooO..
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PIP1'' tf "i8i'swo'.s.,.:,.aii. .,..' 'v ?.iJ;f;
this Is the New Way
: . .Of Doing the Hair
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JTIIK Iyf.Clie lias sane entlri'ly out of fashion, and Instead we must cry,
"I.uu llvo the mop etylo of lulrilrcsslng!" This Is tho way It la brought"
about: Tho hnlr In diawn stralfilit back from tho forehead nnd'tled with ijn
i Iodic band at the nape of tho neck. Then the rest Is wound snugly around
the liwul without nny twist whatever.
And the de d Is done.
NEW - TO-DAY
IX THK CIUCUIT COURT Or TH I
l'lrst Circuit bf the TorrlK.ry or
Hawaii. At Chnmbcrs. in Probate.
No. 1138. in tho mutter of tho I
(Mo ofilcrtha C. Humble, Deceased.
Tho ndlVtloirnt Trent Trust" Cmn
y.niiy, limited, administrator otitho
tbtato fit licrthn C. Humble, Dccens
fO, praylnK for uti order of salo of
tcrtnln real eftnto belonging to tho
estate of, said decedent, conslst
(1) A Iiouko and hit mi Ileictan
l.i Ftrect, Bald lot being tlc
Bcrlhcd as Lot 1, ot H. I.. ,
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(2) Lots S ami 4 of lilook 31 or,
the Kaltmikl Tract;
(3) Lot 11. lllock SA, Kapnhulu. I
All of which property Is situated
in Honolulu, Island of Oahti. And
,lt nipearliiK to tho Court from said
1 ctltlon that thero are good and suf
llcient legal reasons why; nicli real
-ttlato eliould ho bold, to-wlt, tho
luxufflclcncy of thn pci-soual iirnper
ly ot satil deceased to pay the debts
of said deceased. It Is hereby or
dered' that all persons Interested In
tho said OBtntH appear beforo this
Court un.Mnmluy, tho 3rd day of
Jiuiuury, A. I). 1910, at 10 o'clock
n. in., ut tio court room of tho
.ludgo of this Court presiding at
Chambers, In Honolulu, Territory ofil
Hawaii, then and tlicru to show
cause. It ally j,hcy have, why att or
der blitiiiMl not bu graiilc'd lo tho
ndmlnlstralor of said cstntu for thu
ralo of tho real property bclonglnn
lo said eslalf, lis prayed for In tho
petition herein filed.
Dated ut Honolulu, November 27,
lly tho Court:
J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk First Circuit Court,
Territory of Hawaii
,11.0' .Nov. 29, Dec. 0, 13, 20
Prices To Fit
We arc certain that if you visit
cur store now while our holiday line
is complete that you will find just
the article you are looking for as a
, gift for some friend.
The buying is made as easy here
"ns the'selectint; of the article, as'we
have ranped tho prices of our goods
to suit the purse of every buyer.
1142 Fort St.
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Copyright, 1909, by Underwood & Underwood, New York. ,
OHE poople have spent their vacations In tents this summer the 'Wv
I before. Women who In tho winter, lead a inifely idh) ,cxls(ne.. I,n ,1s
rough It In summer and do their own work.
This picture was taken at Tent City,
L.E10 peoplo have camps. Quite a few
QUITS HIS JOB
With no previous notice of his
intentions, Asslstuut Ilesldcnt Phy
blclun Corycjl of tho Queen's Hos
pital quietly packed his Instruments
i.inl rot'lred from nctlvo scrvlco ut
thai institution, leaving; tho many
patients, who nro tndly in need ot
attention, without nnyono to look
af(or their wants in n medical way.
LNo reaton for tho doctor's resigna
tion Is given except that it may bo
traced back to some understanding
regarding the resignation of Dr.
Kiul in. i
Tho litmocnry staff, upon hearing
of tho sudden departure of Coryell,
stepped into the breach and took
charge ot tho patients,
A now resident iihyelulan to suc
ceed Dr. Krnlcs wjll arrive about
t.lui lut'Jdiu of ,ncxjjniiith.
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THROWN TR0M HACK:
Kaluhlmaltu, n Hawaiian, had i
very closo call toward niisworlng tho
Until uumuiuuu latu U.iturday after
THE ORDEAL IS MUCH SIMPLER
THAN IT U8ED TO BE.
TT Is onbMhe most pretentious, wed1
A ding that has a maid of honor and
lx bridesmaids. A slmplojiome affair
seldom colls for moro thnntnro brides
maids with tho natron or'tho maid of
honor. Very often tho bride has only
one nltendant, her .sister, o her most
Wreaths of flowers In, the hair nrs
worn by the bridesmaids. ot homo wed
dings and biff flower covered hats, for
church. The bride .should wear a veil
and orange-blossoms.' - ? ,,
It Is tho custom for tho bride to glv
her maids some souvenir of tho occa
sion, n pin usually. t
The bridesmaids should give tho
bride a lunch during tho week pre
ceding tho wedding, and to this no men
aro Invited, ,
Tho church or drawing, room should
bo decorated with flowers.,, This can
be done qulte.slmply and Inexpensively
with ferns or roses, and .clematis can
be used by thoao wishing, to spend
mora money, ,,
The color scheme may be cither pink
or white, although, of course, whllo Is
the most suitable. ,
When n woman ,narrl;s n second
tlmo she does not, ,os tt'TUle, dress t,n
'white. A great many widows nro mar
ried Jn their going away .'gowns, which
should be In some delicate shade.
Th bride should BPiKiInt ono of th"
bridesmaids lo mn'.o, a list of the wed
ding presents ns, soon, as they arrive,
putting down me ,narou,tnna aaarcu,
together with a brief, description of till
gift. This will, bo of great nsrlstaticn
to her, as she lnalwnv grossed for
time. ,,. j. ,
Tho wise girl .Avll nV iTw on "f r
trousseau up, to the eleventn hour and
walk to thealtora pale, tired out brtde,
Iletter fewer bits of finery and a
healthy complexion and bright eyes,
Wo should all nof. us' bo' glhd that tho
day of the elaborate wedding has gona
by rind that tho slmplo ceremony Is
taking Its place., tj
, PINEAPPLE, MARMALADE. '',
L, .reel, core and chop, tho pine. Weigh
anil allow a pouna ot sugar to cacii
pound of fruit, ,Mlx w,ell and let
stand In the, prcsprylnv., fettle over
night. In the mornlngcapk about half
(in hour, thou run .through a sieve.
Iteturn ttj'tho prisoning kettle and
simmer, stirring almost constantlyjfqr
half or three-quarters of nn hour jin
t It' a clear amber colored paste result
that will bo firm when cooled. I'acH
In small Jars.
In a Tent City
Pelham bay, Long Island sound """J
of them are bachelor girls, by tho l,
noon. Ho was Tiding in a Chinese
hack In front, of the cnptloltwhen
tho horse, from Bomo unknown
cause, took fright and bpltcii, throw
ing Kaluhlmoku out, landing with u
terrible thud directly .on his, head.
He wus unconscious when U?'l ar-(
rived at the spot. a very, -snori
timo ho was placed :un',a sttetqlior
and conveyed to' tho Qiiceii.'a.llosjil
tul In tho pollco uinbulnncci ,V,- - - .
Kaluhlmoku was not through
with his plllkla, however. As ",tno
.tnlln iirannn rliislinil .. nilf flf PllllCh-
'U..LU ,.,(-', ..M..". T ""T r -, T
bowl street'.lnto lleretnnla It collided
with a street, ciir. Tho shock threw
tho Injured ulian from !t,ho stretcher
to tho floor of tho ambulance, '
Ono of the police wagon horses
was so severely Injured In tho colli
sion with tho car that ho hud ,to bo
LECTURE TONIGHT '
A icct'ufo oil fho I!aa'lmovencnt '
...III l.n ..l.,A ,l.lu '..n,ltl' .it1 V'
nil! UU hi,vi, (ii, a vyuititih ut u
o'cl'ock'nt tho Yoiing, Hotel by Prof.
C, M. Homey of tli'ifl'itu Vuhlnsloii
UnUi'iully, Wabhlnslou, U..C.
I'rot. It.eiiH',- wljp, wlili'Mr, lrji-
cn, lu louring the- li-lanili, win
speak on tho different forms' of re
ligion of the past that nro being ac
cepted its' tho original teachings ot
Christ. All nro cordially Invited.
9AN PItANCISCO, Nov. 27. An unuiSuai nmoiint of activity exists
In connection with Hie thrco vcssoli of tho army transport scrvlco here,
liut'lt Is' denied that this sutUIon ruSh lo prcparo the vessels .for early
clearing is in connection with tho N'icnraguau trouble.
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MARINES IANDED '
y'ASHIqTONNoV. 27. There l8 nn uticonnrmdd'rumor hero that
tne cruiser Dcs Moines has landed, n
Nicaragua, at the mo'uih of the San'
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VA8HlNaTON, Nov. 28. No
by tho state department relative to the situation In Nicaragua.
The Btato department is extremely reticent na to the Intentions of
this government, rind all Inquiries an to tho reported landing of a forco
of bluejackets from tho crujscr Dcs
MAY SUgQEED ZELAYA
NEW ORLEANS. Nov.' 28. Sonor t.fccaroa. former minister from
Nicaragua to the United States, Is, Recording tn a rumor current here,
slated to succeed Zefaya as president of Nicaragua".
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COOK STI1L IN AMERICA
'NE YOltK1, Nov, 2S. Dr. book, the 'nrctlc' cxlilorer who claims
to have dlncovcrcd the North Pole, has not sailed for Europe, ris was' re
ported today. Instead he has gone out Into the .country, whero ho Is
recuperating from a threatened nervous breakdown. When he quietly
disappeared it was surmised that lie
L-ui m. mo investigation to uu inane uy mo university as to me autnen
ticlty or his claims to being the first man to reach tho pole.
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WANT CLIPPERT0N ISLAND
MEXICO'CITY, Nov. 28 The
arbiter between Franco and 'Mexico to
have, possession of Cflp'pcrton Island.
claimed by France, buf'thfs claim Is
ivuus iiiui inc isiunu uejuiiKs " uiir, it is a nine low-lying isiauu
nbout 700 miles off the coast of Central America and lying almost duo
west from Cqsta Hlca.
. .SPAIN QUITS
MADRID. NOV. 27. The Bnanlsh rablnet tins' derided, thnt lhf trnnie
InMqrpcco.ls not worth the candlo'unnd the' campaign there against the
iwiion aioors is 10 oe wounu up anu
The Spanish, appear now to be
In .which tho fighting men of all Northern Africa would rally against
SAN' JUAN, rorio Wco, Nov. 27just ag" j, timi ja Kcovering
from the effects of the great hurricane In" June, comes the worst storm .
ot many' years, n gale blowing and torrential rain falling. Great, dam
age has been dono to tho cano and to tho pineapple and tobacco ' crops
throughout the country.
i m i sis
TWENTY JAPANESE F 1LED
1 1' a .
and fifteen injured by
C,,' Nov. 28.
KING L00X1N i vtV A WIFE
.PARIS, Not. 27. King Manuel c. . u.tugal, who Is reported to bo
tpuring.thg, courts. of Europa in tcarch of a brldo arrived here today,
from England, ill
Going Like iiot Cakes
,'foday opt'iiqd.tliu nqil,.Cm;u slamp
.criisailc. Over ono huiiilrcd of,Hono
Hilu's.,iX'prcti'iitatlvg.JiiJlcH aro selling
tho' pretty lltUo renilndara In blocks
from 5 cents to no limit.
There are, aro were, JiOO.OOO, stamps'
tu iiq uispuccu oi Ll ung copiauu,
and It Is thnu;ht that, tho fftlr stamp
sellers will dispose of that' number In
Y, M. C. A. building fund raising rec
Jlelbw Is a .list'" of .tlio. ladies who
will handlo the salo:
Mesda,mcs Curl,(Ui Rl,JR,.F'.Jnngo,'
a. k.( jiinr.i'.iy, u x, iwnupr, ToaeritjK
Wanip. VUlam,,yintcrs,.Armtn Ilatie
berg,. C.lln'ion Uallcntyno anapmU'Wa
tqrman; Miss' Hahieh l.uoas, Mlsa
.Mn''ooit ,nnd Mi'.'O.,. W.llder. j
.Mcsiluuics Walter Hoffmann, J.' R.
Ilornborger, J. J.- Dclsqr,, B. M, Wat
son.vO..'W. Ashford, J. J. Lord, J. C,
Cohen, J. M. Rlggs. Walter" Coombs,
W. iMQUHarrat, Jamnsr Morgan. II?
UloHncll, O. Kalko. W..U .Howard, Elln
Wight,- Itlllton. Atlelu Dreler,
.MewO'tmea.S. A. Iluldwin.and C.QIo
k(iu; Mluu Agnea V(ckstmin,'Jlls's',Mu
ther. Miss EJIth' KOpko. iMIsb Esther
Kopku, Miss Harriot', Youiig,-; Miss
Emma Hallqntyne, -Miss Mario Rullcn
tyno .ami Doroth'v Wood'.. ., ,
'McEdames E. A, ,Mfltt-3m(th..,w; ,W7
i naycrr ji,iee unan t'aiy, fuss; vtar
ga'ret Mclntyro'and MI33 Madgb.Mc
CanillecsS Jlesdam'ea' E.T.. P. Water
house and iE. 8. Pn,xton. ' "
Mesdamiat JU H., WUII'qkst U,C.
tt' T "VIIVIV. l1-, tVtV". IWIIIMH
JaincH-Ukkinsll. K. A; Jacobton WMW.
Harris,'; H, H. Wobslcr.' Fred Wright.
A. II. Tarlcton, J. W,' Gllmoro, G, W.
R. Klnp, ' ' ' 'Tr ,
lesdnmos Arthur vull, iiriir-'J". 1)J
Dougherty. Mias . iOraco noberfsori
Mifi. C. II. High, Mlssolrcnb Dleltsoii,
MIUH I,. Do Nlk6. AhWlli;atrio'C.iiilo
Miss Ya ltKV.tUu lAllm" H'olbj
.'"i'n,inu,iii(oiiv unci jin ;, u. nniiui
Mnsilame's A. .riicuauxv W. It. Far
rlngton, Murstnn Campbotl, ' While
8iittou.R.c..Stq'ckablo Mannlo Phil-,
lips, Farvoll,, John nWarren, P. V.
Froar, MIbh Axncs Ilunl,
MwUilliiuu A, V -T. Uollumlt'J', C,
force ofhlucjackcts. at Orcytown,
Juan river, south 'of llluctlclds.
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frAVff NOTHING TO SAY
'new advices have been received hero
Moines are carefully evaded.
had left' for Copenhagen to be prcs-
King of Italy has been selected ns
docllc ns to which country shall
Clnin'crton Island has lone been
contested by Mexico, which con-
the troops gradually withdrawn.
facing the prospect of a holy war.
PORTO RICO CROPS DAMAGED
SJ t '
In ptneso havo ' bcenkilicd
?ii o a w-ashout on the .rall-
Hcmenway, V. Dllllugham. C. M. V.
Forstcr. A.. Aleaht'cf.JI. Harrison, W.
Soicr. t. 'Mlsts A' Rorg, J. Cockburn
and'MTss Oraco Cdoko. ' ; '
'Mrisddmcg Wlllard E,' Drown, D. F.
niUiugl'am, C. I,. Athortou.. . C, . II.
Copku, W. A. ,l,oyo, W. I,. Whitney; A.
I,owls. jW, O. Hall, .giia?, Livingston
onilvMfcS M. I.ltliriian. , ;, . ,
, Ifsda'mes A.Oartlcy, F, E Slecre
F.B, Damon, ,W. H, Babbitt. F. An
dradc, 'Eben iJbw, F. Peterson, C. II.
Hollowa)',, Miss Ermine Cross uud
Miss Crnlj!;. . v , ,
NEW GALLERY NOW OPEN
KVJIIonry Photo flnllery. tli.il
opened I'CjCpntly on Hulcl street, wlh
appeal fo,cvcrvouo who; knows good
pictures ". and '.wants only that kind.
This gallery will do all kinds of i.hu
tographlc.worki making a specialty of
enlargement .work, l;i, addition ' to
this customer's whodeslro ouleldo
views taken will' bo obliged without
any extra chargo being made, Koijak
trs ,vl .find this a satisfactory ami
economic '.placci, to. act, printing ami
MRS. PERRY DIES ON HAWAII
,Mrs. Anna Perry, who lias been n
resident or tlioso luluuds slnco 18C5,
dl el nt tho Volcano Houso last Sat-
UrtlfiV- mnrnlnn'' '
jMrs-yi'rry had been 111 for somo
tlmo" and was takpii o tho high alti
tudes of the Rig Island with u hope of
Improving her health.
.Mrs. Perry w.airthOtwdo)v of Jason
Perry, first Portngueso consul of Ha
waii, and nt l'er death was seventy
years of ago. "
Arrangements for tho funoral will
bo mado Unon thn nrrlvnl nf thn rnl'ni.
Island steamer lim.inl.' which 'is making,
u npuuiai irin.j.o.,p.nng, oacic tno re
mains. . "
Fuftltcy ilotills'.-reiiur'tlliig tho re
cent murder committed ut Huna, tho
old Plirkcr 'homo: eight mllos' fron
Kumuuin', Hiiwiill? tho ''report of,
which was published In the Hull c
tin' some day logo, Btate that the
vlc,tliil'NVnB .tin' old family servant m
I ho Parker homo.
Thu uiifcu of' tlrirhbrflble," crlmu
crew o('l ot 11 ilruu,cu row. In wuijih
the. murderer hacked hia vlctlin I t-i
1 rally to ploee'if. IIa, the'murdcrcdl
man, lived threo hours after the as
mult. ," '
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MT BULLETIN ADS PAY
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Dyed pcplj GRATIS, witha &0J)
purchase, and a Large Size Dressed Doll
with' a $5.00 purchase.
Sachs'bry Goods fcb.,Ltd.
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Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
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Reduction Sale Begins Wednesday, December First.
102) Nuuanu St.
Own Your Own
AND STOP PAYING RENT
Ahipuni St. Two cottflRcs; lot 70x108; rent $40
per month;, a bargain .;. ....... . :. -.$3,500.00
Puunui Six-room cottfiRe; near Liliha St.; lot " ''
70x140 ,. . 1,600.00
Kapiolani St. Eight rooms; modern; a perfect '
. ,Yiew 3,700.00
Kairquki lots, near car line ( . .;. 350.00
LusitanJa St. Six, room cottage and bath 1,900.00
School St., near Emma Six rooms; a daisy ... 2,700.00
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When4 we get your wireless call for HELP,
we will come to the rescue with tfood old
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