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EVENING AltLLfiTIN, HONOLULU, T. H. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 22, 03
Ehlers' for Useful Gifts
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An Old Trick
of cheap umbrcllai; pet Rood ones'
while you are at it, whether for your
own use or a nresciit.
Our heavy winter shipment is just
in. containing all crades and a won
derful assortment'of handles; steel
cr wood sticks: gloria, union silk
and all cilk coverings.
The nriccs ranee from 75c un. but
for presents wc would recommend
on all-silk one. which can be had
from $4.G0 up.
A Merchandise Order
Can be obtained for any amount from $1 up and is good in all de.
partmenti; an easy way to rriake a trift; v
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
i ; 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 Wot Get
j That Boy
a suit of .clothes instead of a gun or
n rocking hoise, especially is he is
son or nephew of yours t
He'll like it just as well and look
how much more useful it will be to
We are carrying a large line of
Boys' 'Woolen and Wash Suits in all
the popular styles. Prices $2.50 up.
A Olove Order
Enables the recipient to select just the kind and color of glove she needs
to match her costume; for sale at our gloe counter.
, Leather Bags, Purses, etc.
We have recently enlarged this department and
started things off right with a heavy Christmas im
portation. In hand bags, we arc showing many styles in calf,
seal, alligator, etc.. in all sites up to 18 inch?c
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 Kfd
Aic always acceptable to Miss or
Madam; a women never has too
Wc are showing many of the best
mnV inflmfinff TlpYtt. Vnump1
and Xayscrs, in all lengths and col
Neckwear, belts, . handkerchiefs
And hosiery in th; latest makes.
Ladies' and Misses9 Coats
Our display of these embraces all that's being worn now silk,
woolen and rubberized satin. ,. . t , Ll .j
In the woolen coats we are showing some light weight Cravenetted
Serges, which of course are waterproof; also some heavier satin-lined
tiaveling coats for anyone leaving the Islands.
In silk, among others, we are showing some imported embroidered
cape-coats, 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 thrcs widths, and with both finished and
flowing ends. i
We are also showing a pretty line of combina
tion boxes of tie, hose and "suspenders to match.
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llio howling splilt wan aroused enough for It to bocomo necessary to
Momhi) us a largo ciowd was path-raise the small (Inc.
mm u .-frees at rost.
creil at tho hauling alleys
iniiiihur ot svlft games were
Thteo mon were seemed for the
team and tho other two men wfll
probably bo picked tomorrow ns more
game Mill bo played' lo dccldo who
ma thofbest ii!aors. Tho practicing
of llio (cam will begin tho latter
p.tit of tho week. If U not decided
who will taptulu tho team, about
threo men are In question, ,1mt neith
er hao been doclded on as jet. Therp
liau been talk ot organizing a bowl
Ing ttam for some time past but
Monday was the first tlmo nn thing
definite was accomplished.
' Tho old guard was called foi lm
medlatcl) after drill Manday morn
ing to go to tho cItyMiftor commis
sary and quartermaster supplies
that an hod on tho trnnupoit from
Seattlo Sunday. Thero was two
largo wagon loads of freight for the
lutiterniaslcr department uml one
load foi i tho commissary. Most ot
tho consignment for tho iiuartcrmas
tcr department consisted of furnl-
Thd wind shields ot the smallest
eucalyptus tices woio repaired Mon
day. The trees were planted about
two monthi ngo and nro nil doing
nicely. When planted they were
erj small anil all leady Mime of
them nro thrco feet high. There Is
n row of these trees planted along
the east side ot, the building of the
post. Morethun one hundred In ull.
Cljde Wright the po'sf plumber of
Tort Shiiftci has returned to . his
work nt tho post aftci an Illness of
scer.il dajx, caused by toere
attain while moving home heat tim
bers. Mote 'niaterlal for the new sldo
walk of Company (1 was being haul
ed Monday morning. This about
completes, when finished, all tho
walks that arj necessary around
Compuo 0 barracks.
About one dozen papain trccjj hae
been planted around the bath house
belonging to Company G. Thero nro
two or three hundred papain treei
ihiwn lll ill lliu oust mitt, lllijru UIU
turo. The commissary consignment 'several of these around tho buildings
consisted of ailuus articles of sub
fclstnme. Storm Flag.
l'or tho pist few dnjs the weather
him been u xtorni) thati it was not
h ifo to lite tho 'regulation post ling
thoicroie the bIoiiu Hag Is in uno for
tho first lliuu In sovcrnl weeks.
Thin o rsfufwajH n good brccro blow
ing but crj Noldom It giowti htrong
but In tho gardens thero Is a papain
orchnrd. Mnuy of the trees are bear
ing fruit now cspecJally thoso around
tho hospital grounds. All ot tho
Iioh relish most nil) Kind ot Ha
waiian f tills and none of tho papa
las uru going to wasto.
Conipan) (I will butt her ajiog tho
Inst of this wecK, tho meat to lie
used during the liolhlajH. ,
SUGGESTIONS FOR SATURDAY
Christmas Shopping will end
Saturday. In the meantime you
must decide what you will give
your women friends as a gift. We
suggest something from' this list.
Barrettes, Purses, Ribbons,
Perfumes Sweaters, Toys,
and Doylies. '
President Taft Will . .
Do Some Investigating
WASHINGTON", Dec. 21. President Taft, after weeks ot pressure
brought to bear upon htm by his friends nnd utter the matter had been
repeatedly referred to In the columns of tho press, has nt last become'
convinced ot the truth of tho statements that back of the ottneks nindo
on the platform in the press nnd in the magazines against Socrctnry of
the Interior lUlllngor is an organised moM.uont to discredit his whole
administration. ' . .
Now that the President has (mull) made up his mind Hint this if
the case, ho lias ordercifn thorough lncstlgatlon Into Ihu untl-llnlllngcr
PREMIER OF KOREA VICTIM OF ASSASSIN1
8KOUI.Dec. 21. Yl Wan-jong, Minister President of tho Btafo for
tho Kingdom of Korea, was tho victinf of nn assassin's nttndc toda. re
cehing a number of fatal wounds from a knife In the hands of a Korean
fanatic. Ills recovery Is not possible.
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BACON QOES TO FRANCE
WASHINGTON, Dec 20 The Senate today confirmed the appoint
ment of Robert Iiacon ns United Status Ambassador to France. Uacon
was assistant secretary of state and formerly a mernber of tho firm of J.
V. Morgan & Co.
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NICARAGUA'S NEW RULER IN OFFICE
MANAGUA, Nicaragua. Doc. 21. Madriz Is now president of Nlca
lagua. Following closely upon his, election by tho Nliaraguan congress
ho wus today formally Inaugurated (uto tho olllie for which he had
MADRIZ LOOKS GOOD TO MEXICO
CITY OK MKXICO., Dei. 21. High ofllclalH of tlm Mj-xltnu giivcrn
iniiit nio Inclined to look with favor'upon tho net tun of the Nliaraguan
iuiigrcsnln electing Mildrlz to tho pii-sldeniy to suiiti'd Zcln.i.
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COOK GETS COIN FROM FAKE
Ni:V YOItK. Dec. 21. Dr
stilcd dlstoieror of tho North Pole
lectures and tho sales of his uarrnthc to the newspapers,
SPAIN'S KING HAS TUBERCULOSIS
Mnilild, Dec 7( King Alfonso n phj'
Cook's nttornes bellovo that llio felf-
ie,illzcd at least fSU.noy out of his
SOLDIERS PREVENT RACE WAR
Consult This List
MAGNOLIA. Ala, Dec. 21. Tho tnllltlii was called uuUodiiy-to pru-
eiit u inco Var with which this plaio was tlneatcned.
MANY CHANGES '
IN TRANING FORCE
Whlitlngtoii iho has resigned.
Miss Maiy Maxwell has been
trausferri'd Horn tho Centiul (iriiin
imi t hihool to Konn-wnena, to Jill
the aiancy (aiikcil by the resigna
tion of Miss Shields.
The following cjinngcs In tho Tho aaiit at tho Knneoho
teaching -force of the public schools school, muted bj the recent death
fit IftuM IfkMtiinln Ikiu (man fllltirl liV
of the Terrltoiy ate repotted b - "" """ ,..,,,
, . ,',,,,.' tho appointment of Mrs. John Pnhln.
bupeilntondcnt llabbltl: 1H v;..,.,..,,.,,., )lnK ,..., n,)0llt.
Mlsn Maud Woods is transferred ,.,) ussUtnut at Kolim. vlie Miss Na-
fiom the piluttpalshlp of tho Mala-,1 aimira. resigned.
WANTED, AN ADMIRAL.
Wnnliliiglnii, Dec, 7 'I lied of ha
Ing American luual oIIIluh tuku a nlflan is caiihlng oxliemo iiuxhly at
ii kk huh at roaigu tummix, win (omt. 'iiiu Khig is hiiiroiihg riom u
iliilgu mid othei i;jIIioiIiii;j with an in (iibLrtnly-la .IhiIhii of tie poitmaal
tcui illmiil tln:i t'j litem, licit Ad pitto ot tho Inner cat 111 Muuio of
miial rptlci jiU of peruounul to the Hotdcau hu icrformcil llucr Jishl
tcuctai j ol tho Na, wants Cult operatlotu to check this disease. Noa
grcsn lo nlo llio iiinkMU Mtu-nd- u h-iIohs ojii intimi Iiiih licrouio hies
inlral 'lu Iiiu tinniial rcinrt as Chit ( cusaij, ami Iho Qui I'll Is inuili run
of tho llmeaii of Nivlgntloii, Admlial coriuil ulmiit tho kkiiII In hw of llic
l'ottor hnld that, wllh lucu-asod ic-( King's wenftciiLd coiiHtltutloii, Ills
Hioiiflhlllllcn duo to thu cuhuged licet, IuIu'iciiIuhIk condition iindoubtedly uaf)
jpptoptljli) i auk clioulJ be couttned.luherlted. lib fathct, Alluii.u 2111,
wn school to tho prliiclpaliihlii ot the
Monnmaknti hchool, taking tho pinto
of Mrs. Ilonn, who has oslgned.
Mm. Clara U. Tulloch Is uppolnt
ed principal ot tho Hnlawa school,
vlco Miss Woods, transferred to Ho
nomakau. Miss Jcsslo Haniilton has been
transferred from tho Pohukulun
school to tho Alnake.i hchool.
Mr, Alary Pa Iiiih lirni appointed
(if.slttaiit ut l.llino lcn MIsh llnrii
hou, who Mas resigned tho position.
MKh llcrniii IIiiihIIi'; Is iippolul-
Ctl asnislanl at tv.ini.i Ii. i.t.i llm
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placcvot Illicit Jauilitou wln-o nut- M.iutle Net
licctlon with the public -chooL hat ftlluceth'blieplc
ncen lerminiitect, ,
Miss Itoo Aiji Is iiiiolnted n-
Hlslaiit nt Miiknwnll, lco Miss Kit-
Mlss Mnigntct Audoisoti poos to
Klknhn iih assistant, taklnc tlio'iilncq
Jtuiuitlly luld. b UUi DoiotU
MIk-jJIiisi; Mladavlcli has been.ai
polnlt'd iiHslstant at Kupaa.
SACH'S DOLL CONTEST
Tho following Is tho risull of last
night's count In tho doll contest:
Mnrt-ntet Tinker 3791
Maigaict Slnpiis .' ....'! I'll
Kll'iliPllt Kfihni) IRtR
i:iHh K Ihlilil ,. Tilli
i:wi tin .... iii'ii
rllutbaiil Wiilkci '.iJ
iiutii laiiiimtun ii-
Oeilindo Won-? . . ..210
AHci' It illi) . 2VI
h Will ii u .. . . ,:. II
All of the Following Articles are of the very best
quality and ready for delivery:
Plum Pudding, Mince Meat, Nuts,
Raisins, Figs and Dates.
Assorted Candies in 1, 2, 3 and 4 pound boxes.
Oranges, Apples, Grapefruit, Chestnuts,
New Crop Pine-nuts, Christmas Apples,
Cranberries, Celery, Cauliflower,
. . , . Artichokes, Sprouts. ,
, . Frozen Eastern and Cocktail Oysters
Royal Christmas Mixed Candy 25c a lb.
j. M. LEVY & CO.,
Family Grocers HjEfNE .76
Dr. i: S (loodhuo has t etui tied to
Komi nulni; to fnitfici dcxclomncnt
o( typhoid tliqiu.
MArrV BILLS PASSED.
Tl.ero wan n host of oxiionso ae
coiiiiIh and other bills miUicil pi'd i'(
Iho SiipuivlKois nt llieli niettlng held
I If I l.l,ll(. Itl'IX'ltU U OMMIIU inline tin
I'ljimiil of i lilnix w lu rnclcd (n'l.l
the ('(Jtiiiuitteu mi .n mid Motu
l'nliljc biicudUmc Gatiltatlu'i all I
CALENDAR IS WORK OF ART.
1 1n1 LmIoihIii for Iho romlnt; year
iKflliod lit tlm firm of II ll.ipkfi Id k
tO . in lit fai llin Ii.imiIkiiiiii.I ltd pi, ,ifl
oik III Iho (atuidil lm (lint litis
lm ii i eeii lu Honolulu It lu an c-ni
1iourit icpirEriiUtuil of that 0111-
patij s buiiucso block in this city It
Iliatlh Itoids mid liidhiH jind I'll 'Ik itiliilnlt u wink of nrt tind, when
mil Pnllto I In- dlstillnitloii of this
iiinni') will ioiu In uiaku ghnl a lieu L
during Ihu nlo 1 lite kcmmiii.
Bulletin Brniintss Office Fhonc 25(1
Dulklm Editorial Room fbont 1W,
looking id It ont fi els ns If ho could
step bihliiil one of Iho jMoJtcllug Kir
I loin of tho linlldllig o atiild it
slblo gust ot wind. IU Color lit Ident
ical wllh tho color of llio bulldlus It
IT TASTKS CLEAN
BECAUSE IT IS CLEAN
Ii pleasant and whole
some. "There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notices it instantly.
TILE POND DAIRY.
upon thu romniriiidln ollicti, iflec) ot tltbtrcilloUii,