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EVEN1NQ BULLETIN.' HONOLULti. T. It. MONDAY DEC. 2(5. 1909. "
Ehlers' for Useful Gifts
A Glove Order
An Old Trick
of cheap umbrellas; get good ones
while yorf are at it, whether for your
own use or a present.
Our heftvy winter shipment is just
in, containing alKgrades and a won
derful assortment of handles; steel
cr wood sticks: gloria, union silk
and all silk coverings.
The prices ranee from 75c un. but
for presents we would recommend
an all-silk one, which can be had
from $4.50 up.
A Merchandise Order,
Can be obtained for any amount from $1 up and is good in all de.
partments; an easy way to moke a gift.
Those New York Hats
" Arriving last week have made the greatest ,hit of any
display we have ever made.
The reason is plain they are HATS, not merely
exaggerations, as so many recent seasons have
You will like the styles of these in fact, you will
find just the hat you have had in mind.
The prices will surprise you in a different way
from the usual millinery way they are more than ,
Why Not Get
a suit of clothes instead of a gun or
a rocking horse, especially is he is
son or nephew of yours?
He'll like it' just as well and look
how much more useful it will 'be to
Wc are carrying a large line of
Boys' Woolen and Wash Suits in all
the popular styles. Prices $2.50 up.
Enables the recipient to select just the kind and color of glove she needs
to match her costume; for sale at our t glove counter.
Leather Bags, Purses, etc.
Wehave recently enlarged this department and
startedfnings off right with a heavy Christmas im
In hand bags, we are showing many styles in calf,
teal, alligator, etc.. in all sizes up to 18 inch; -five
also carry an excellent line of grips and suit, cases;
In fancy leather goods will be found collar bags,
travelers' hanger cases, traveling cases for toilet ar
ticles, writing cases, etc., all useful and handsome
Silk or Kid
Are always acceptable to Miss or
Madam; a woman never has too
We are showing many of the best''
makes, including Dent's. Fownes
and Kaysers, in all lengths and col.
I Neckwear, belts, handkerchiefs
and hosiery in the latest makes.
Ladies' and Misses' Coats
Our display of these embraces all that's being wornnow silk,
woolen and rubberized satin. v ......
In the woolen cQats we are showing some light weight Cravenetted
Serges, .which of course are waterproof! also some heavier satin-lined
traveling coats for anyone leaving the Islands. "
In silk, among others, we are showing some imported embroidered
capeMioats, pongees and other silks, which are' beauties; rubberized
satin continues popular. We have plain and striped in all colors.
Our Men's Neckwear
this Christmas surpasses all previous showings, and
we believe it is the best popular priced assortment
that can be found in the city.
Bows, strings 'and four-in-hands in many late
styles and popular shades; of the four-in-hands we
are showing three widths, and with both finished and
We are also showing a pretty line of combina
tion boxes of tie, hose and suspenders to match.
PEARY TELLS OF
Gives Interesting Details of Equip
ment Necessary on Such' a
Journey Arctic Club Enthu
siastic Over Photographs.'
Before a most enthusiastic nmllenci
of members of tlio Hamilton Club ie
ccnty. Commander Hobert' Xi. Peary
told lila story of the dash to the pole,
after twenty -three team of effort In
that direction. Ho said:
"The fundamental keynote of suc
cess In the expedition wns experience.
"If the Polo could have been won
by Inexperience, by .a fluke, by a hap
py combination of fortunate circum
stances. It would havq been won long
ago. Nor was It to bo won by cour
ngo or endurance alone; were It oth
erwise, Kuglaud would have had thu
prize years ago, and Italy would have
attained It In 1DO0, when Abruzzl drove
her colors to the front In spite of In
"Accumulated expeilencu, persist
ence, pinntlug by mistakes tlirojigh a
long Berlcs of cars (the prime fac
tors of success In any great work,
whether It be the establishing of un
enormous Industry, the perfecting of
a world-reaching Invention, or the
moulding of a nation), these were the
essentials which permitted Its discov
ery by the, last expedition of the
Peary Arctic Club and are Iho essen
tials without, which It could not bo
"Another scarcely less Important
factor was the, utilization of the Eski
mos, the Arctic aborigines.
"for years 1 have been gaining Uipjr
confidence, nnd Implicit trust; modi
fying and concentrating their wqn
derful heiitagu of co technique and
endurance, on my object r and study
ing each Individual character as you
study your subordinates till I know
Just what ones to select for a rapid
couraiyous dash, and Just what dog
ged, unswerving ones, would when
necessary walk straight through hell
for the object I had r.ct before them.
Some Essential Things.
"Let mo take n little of your time to
note some essential things which may
have escaped you In reading of Polar
"I want to call jour attention to the
specialism and tested character of
every Item of equipment and supplies,
as well as the personnel of the party.
"Note particularly the ship and tho
members of the party.
"Note especially tho plan of cam
paign of thesledge expedition, name
ly; the pioneer party; the supporting
parties; tho constant process of selec
tion; supporting pofilcs keeping the
return trail open; the cost In men and
dogs and sledges of each division; the
total numbet of sledges, dogs and
men expended to drive' the main party
to the Pole; the development of tho
sledges In the same way that succe
slve cup defenders have been devel
oped; the standard loot) on each
sledge. 600 pounds, which Is the tnaxl
mum load consistent with the maxi
mum speed; the number of dogs to a
sledgo, eight; these with the sledge.
Its load and driver, supplying the
unit of sledge work which the result
of loug experience has shown to be
the most compact, the must effective,
the most eiidiulni; anil the one capable
of the gieulesl upeed.
Conditions Net Favorable.
"Tho uW-uci) of an one of tlifo
riwclil K)lnls mlahl have made fail
ure not only possible, but probable.
"The success of the expedition vns
not due to especially favorablo con
ditions, "Tho Bpocd of tho party on thn re
turn was partially duo to the favor
able cnndtjqns of absence of wind.
"Every atom of this specialized ex
perience, every nerve of this veteran
personnel, was, utilized and demanded
in the successful negotiation of tho
413 miles of lev chaos nlonir thn Pan
Columbia route to tho Pole, ,the routo
which is JQ0 miles shorter puci way,
than any other route around the en
tire periphery of the Polar Sou."
When' n photograph was shown de
picting tho men who went to the Polo
with Peary cheering the Btars and
.Stripes there, the two hundred diners
(nearly lifted the roof In lhnlr onilmal.
asm. The distinguished naval officer
explained (hat the sense of exultation
was not manifested among tho men
at that lime ns they wcro too fatigued
after tho hard jitrugple to spend mo
ments needed for rest In self-congratulation.
Commander Peary attributed his
great success to tho splendid sup
port he received from his assistants
and to the manner In which the Peary
Arctic Club had outfitted him,
"I am not going to talk too long."
said he. "You've all-read tho story
In tho parcrs; If you don't read It,
ou ought to. I am only going to gle
a general story of the expedition."
Reception for Bartlett,
Cupt. Robert Uartlett, of tho Roose
velt, who went to the eighty-eighth
parallel, also got a rousing reception.
"No other man could do it hut Pe
ar'," by cried after a humorous refer
ence to himself, and napkins were
He apoko Just about a minute,
winding up as follows:
"The Commander said: "Thero's the
Pole, boys Go!' and wo had tq B9,-Lwhch , tbo I)0nt of rervepcr U el-
That's all I'm going to say
Toast master Wnlter Shaw llrewatei
called on Herbert L. Brldgpian, sec
retary of thu Peary Arctic Club, who
declared that he saw' no occasion why
he Bliquld he culled upon. Mr. Urlilg
man referred to' a remark ' of Mr.
IlrcwcttT In opening the post-prandial
pait of the affair In which thii pre
siding officer asseited that Peaiy had
got a hit of his Inspiration within that
veiy rnoin, Mr. Uridgniun hpilllugly
maintained that not u sluglo check
had been cashed against tli'at Inspira
tion. Lauding tho guest of honor ns rep
resentative of the highest 'typo of
American manhood and patriotism, Mr.
Rrldgmau declared that the club ho
had (ho honor to he connected wth
felt It a duty to stand by Peary, nnd
was rejoicing that at last io had scor
ed a great triumph.
FILIPINO ADVANCE QUABD
COMES ON KOREA
lined for San Francisco comprises 226
' Dr. David P. narrows, wjio for tho
past four years has been connected
with the Uurcau of Education In the
Philippines and during tho greater
portion of tho tlmo was Its Director,
Is returning to tho States. Dr. Bar
hows has resigned from the Philip
pine service and will accept a flatter
ing offer to tako a chair at tho Uni
versity of California. Ollbert N.
Brink, an assistant to Dr. Barrows in
the educational department of tho in
sular possession, Is also resigning and
ho will tako up a professorship ut an
Tho Korea enjoyed a lino passago
across tho Pacific with the possible
oxceptjon of ono or two dais out from
Yokohama 'when nasty weather was
Archie McKlllop, who Is tho travel
ing missionary sent out with pleasing
regularity by tho Crown Distilleries Is
returning from a successful .biulne"
trip throughout tho Far Hast. Me
Klllop was the recipient 'of a greetlns
(Continued from Page 1.)
to cpino here to Join 'their husbands.
Tho Asiatic passengers for Honolulu
also Inclu'do twenty-eight' Hindoos and
eleven returning Chinese.
This Is hardly the season .for leavy wall. Chr(stmas Day will bo "fittingly
travel, between' China and Japan porlecelebratcd on board tho Korea. Purs-
dom equaled Have wlth'nho arrival of.l
a Grand Dukq of Shanghai or tho
Count of Yokohama. .McKlllop nuyt
that he will not tuny, with im hU
time but promises to tome back ut no
distant date with a new uud Inexhaust
ible fund of stories for which he is
F. D. McCloud Is the United States
Consul at Mukden uud he Is returning
un leave accompanied by Mrs. Mc
Cloud and child.
Commander O. V. Kostcr has been
Willi tho United Stales navy at the
Asiatic station for several years and
Is returning home on a well-earned
leave. He Is accompanied by Mrs.
13. J. Lord of Honolulu cornea hack
after a business trip to China and Ja
pan.' Ho left here some months ago
and ias been looking over the recent
ly established brewery at Hongkong.
Mr. Lord states that tho browing com
pany have a finely equipped and mod
ern plant at tho China port.
O. II. and H. W, Warner nnd party
of live nro remaining over at Honolulu.
They nro I-higllsh tourists and expect
to spend soveral weeks In tho enjoy
ment of the scenic offerings from Ha'
cr V. A. Allen nnd Chief Steward
Thompson nie planning for all sorts
of festivities on that dato. Tho first
act of Purser "Dlllle" Allen was to se
cure several buxom Christinas trees.
These will flguro conspicuously In the
There aro no less thnn thrco hun
dred tons of Oriental cargo for Hono
lulu. The vessel will therefore bo
quickly despatched for San Francisco
nnd If. Hackfeld & Co., tho local rep
resentatives, announce ,tho steamer to
dopart toy the coast at 5 o'clock this
eVcnlng. Tho Korea willbe supplied
with a small shipment of bananas and
other Hawaiian products.
POLICE COURT NOTES
As p 'pi a big calendar faced uinUo
Andn!( 'tis niiunlug ut the Prllce
fun I ilny U alwavt- n b"jy ci
' i I a the ordlnn-v '.iupiii of
Wr i.' ers thero is nlv i,h a r.tm..
her of g.mblers on decs-.
''teen Chinese, nlhgcj gainbcrt.
all ii-d their cases continued till Tues
day next'. An. iJior binui of tlnee
wiii' on tho llsi iiltu: on. : them for
feited hlb bill ami the oiii r r.vu wcu
It ici, 1!) each.
-yicnrv Aid Alio wj !-:.et,;,i to
hajro gotten away with a oung girl's
b.uc- sllpier l( Knowledge.! tlut h.
v.mh almost cUhlrcn Jei'.i -if .ieo and
t.lij that his 'VuihLltpu:" M.! I. ipcd
I'ltu to niuw the fooimur of tint
charming damsel. Jud-re Andrndo
soaked Henry III In a. I, mid advised
him to not, trust a cw.'fcnco that
was so elastic.
Tho caso against II. K Hendrlck
charged with larceny of a piper, that
ho alleged hclongeil to himself, was
stricken from the ' calendar. J. W.
Miller, who V.at up under the vug
act, was .thyeu another tliaqco uud
told to roll up o'i Januaiy 7; If no re
curd work In tiir meantime nil will
be well with J. Y. II.
After tho nbo.o coses had been die
posed of s n nli and soi ry looking
booze trio wcro in m.i ti too the niuik.
Kaalkaulu, who missed tho walking
i ace through being locked up on Sat
urday night, will also not ho present
at any public entertainment for a
couple of weeks. His Jag was valued
at fifteen days, and ho will enjoy tho
hospitality of Asch's hotel till after'
the new year has begun.
Gnlal Andre, who acquired a cheap
and nasty Jag that entailed n real
rang over that lasted till this morning,
was fined Mtnnd allowed to depart In
John lCnpele showed n Ultlo better
form than tho former contestant, nnd
oped qs to fighting power nnd stay
Fault in law and Officers.
"Kvcn If Hip native officials were
more nearly adequnto to deal with
the cleverest of ,nl public enemies,
tho representatives of tho Ipternal
revenue department of the Federal
government .wlilto very efficient In
was going In flue stile when n cop that srvlco. nie even by thlr
grabbed him on Satin day night. It very efficiency, practically ubet
cost Jack flvo plunks to square mat- tors of tho Illicit liquor sellers. The
tors this morning. Judgo Andrndo and .lault Is not in tho officials, hut In
A. M, Brown formed tho battery.
CONDITIONS IN HAWAII
TOP BY W00L1EY
'Continued from Past 11
Drink Qone Away from Army
"Tho fedeiaj , government hns
drummed the' -.drink out of tho
camps for the health, safety and ef
ficiency of the soldior. The rule Is
tho law, save In one particular;
they do not enforce the law thnt re
quires the special liquor, .dealer's
tax receipt to be posted up In n con
spicuous pluce. The Illicit business
In the Islands is not great In vol
umo, hut It Is very serious.
"Tho present developed pollen
power of the Territory cannot meet
the liquor situation. It cull help
and is ready to help, and In the long
run it wpuld win. Hut the present
need Is too grpnt to wait for n re
motely future remedy. Hawaii Is
enforced and Increasingly respected
by the offlce(s. The Territorial nu-'tho capital of American peace nnd
uioriiics co-operulo as 10 mo camps the model of American missions.
outside the city nnd refuse to license
man-traps ut the gates. Hut dis
tances nre short. "The marine bar
lacks are In the heart of the city.
And the city is it cantonment of saloons.
The federal government ought to
control, can control, tho liquor traf
fic iu tho islands. The ports are
In Its bunds. Tho Federal officers
me capable and locally uuentuugled.
'Its power Is lesperted uud feared.
"Tho native ll.iw.illans, reduced The government ought to Hike the
now by tho vires and diseases of mutter fn rhargo promptly uiid
Christian nations to some 40, nun In finally." '
number, nro ns fine a race, under
the circumstances, ns tho yvorld can
thmv. Measured by any standard,
thny exhibit some virtues that
would ndom the nations thnt nre
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
SAN FHANCI8CO BAY, C.U..
Notice-a hereby given that Fourt
They nro nominal-1 aiid-Ono-IIalf-Fathoni (Ins Iliioy. 2700
ly unnsuanB. jnai is, tncy aro .root eastward of Pacific Mall Steam
precisely like other Christians., Jlut'gilp Vfhatt, San Francisco Hay, Call
they lire still the veriest barbarians foinln, has gone ndrlft. and Its place
when they tnke to drink. They temporarily marked by n first-class
have no lovo of money to mako them nun buoy, rend and black Jorlzoutal
btlngy. They have no love of power stripes. In tre snino position,
to make them prudent. They have By order of the LlgufHuuso Bouid.
no'loud call to thrift ami industry.
They nre gentle, handsome, hospltn-l "I notice some people nre calling
hie, peaceful. Ilufthcy nro oply 90 Orvllle Wright professor,'" said
years removed fiom linked animal- .Maude. "Yes," answered Mamlo;
Ism. The liquor-traffic simply miir-, "they can call him iirofersor. hut
dors them. that's no rIrii he's as hnndxnm,, Mn,l
'A' majority of the Hnwoilnns nro accomplished as n real-professor, like
opposed to the liquor trade. But the one who used to give us lessomi
they cannot cope with the liquor In, roller skating." Washington Stir,,
power, either In cunning, or sln-l ,
Llllty. There Is abundant sentiment! BV'For Kent" csrrfs on sale at
and courngo, but both aro undovel- th Bulletin nm..
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