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EVENINO BDIAKTIN, 110NOLOLD, T. If, THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1009.
BY ALL MEANS BUY A MAN;S PRESENT IN A MAN'S STORE. WE SHOW A LARGE
ASSORTMENT OF THE MOST POPULAR STYLES Just the thing most liked and the
BEST. Vou will find our prices invariably more reasonable than elsewhere, which is another
reason for you to do your shopping at our store.
BATH ROBES :
Crash Bath Robes, Saxony Lounging Robes in many
pretty color effects finished with silk cords and tassels.
$5.00 to $7.00
PainmAc nr a verv useful nrt ent
in Silk, French Flannel, Madras ant. Fl nnelette, trimmed
with silk frogs.
$1.50 to' $8.00
. Hats are a mos,t practical present. Wc have them
in soft and Stiff Felt, soft and stiff Straw also Panamas.
$2.50 to $15.00 .
HOSE and HANDKERCHIEFS
Hose in all solid shades and fancy patterns.
25c to $2.50 '
Initial Handkerchiefs in Christmas boxes, pure Linen
three in a box $ 1 .00
A bevy of bewitching color effects and of styles.
Without a question of doubt we show the best line of
Neckwear in the city.
50c and $'1 .00
SUSPENDERS and MUFFLERS
Fancy Suspenders in pretty boxes for Xmas, One
Dollar and Fifty Cents to Two Dollars and Fifty Cents.
Mufflers in the oblong shape. Just the thing for even
ing wear. Two Dollars and Two Dollars and Twenty
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PLAN WAR ON
AT CENTRAL UNION
DlIK LIVING PRICES DREAD RIDING TEST
War la to lie waged iignlnst the
trading stamp dealers nf Honolulu II
tliu Merchants'. Association flnil llial
they lino nil) legal giounds upon
which to inaKo u showing.
Thu clnlm Ih muilu by tho sniipoil
era (it tin' tinding stamps Hint
It has Ih'cii found Impossible In
ninny nt tlio retail merchants of Hit
tlly In en nil against lost-oi thtmigh
liml debts, because thu merchant found
thnl u certain pcicontiigo of
amounts which uihsuiI throiuli hit
books, weio timer p ild. with, tho Inuv
Itnblo icstilt th.it those who mld cash
pild tho debts nt llio.'o who nuei
lMld, )ot Iho niuclmnl did not. noi
tnuld mil, Invo two prlicx foi hit
goods ono for cni-h and another foi
unlit, no until c.tsli stamps weio In
trciducod ho could give no Inducement
to the public to pay cash, Now, how
over, tho lueicluint Ik enabled, thiough
tho nsenc) of tho cash lnnips to ro
wni.l tho'o thrifty folks who piy cash
for tlulr goods.
Tho originators of this scheme weie
the Soii) & llutclihihon Co, of Oak
land, Cal , who started with n paid up
iiipllal of $1,1)00000. "Thin corpoin
Hon owns and opeiateH moro stores
llinu mi) other conccin In tho uoild.
When T. .1 McDonald, manager ol
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Continued from Paa U
iih u lniuici or convenience).
has (ontonded that It matters not to
ahe cmplojo whnt Kill his name Is
i.mlcil n long as ho icccUed the
llghtful amount of mono) duu him
lor his sei vices.
Deputy County Attorney Mllvoi
tou, In spcnklig of tho charges
against lload Oveiseer l'aolo. de-
dared this morning that whilo no
actual eldenco of fiaud or tho cm
l.ojzlenienl of nubile uionoy hnd oc
( cm rid, tho methods practiced dis
closed a Bjstcni whom them was
wide opening for the pcipctiatlou
or riaud and that It, tho ovdonco
was found as staliil tho c.isq would
bn picbculcd to tho consideration of
tlio Teiiltuilal (iiiiuii J ill
Local talent will bo miicn In ovl
denco tonight ut the Central Union
church, when J, A. Wlltlcr's Chrlst
nns carol, representing tho nnttvlt)
ot our lllcsed Sin lor, will bo sung
b tho chlldien of tho Central Un
ion lllble School.
This i an annual cntcitnlnnient,
the mollo being to kI "1 receive
nresclits each iiltcinato car. This
'"d Wear presonts will bo received unit
1,11 given to tho I'nlama, Kakaako and
ICallhl MlhhloiiH and alho to tho
Tin i rchchtrn. whlih hns Ik on
'swelled by incinbeiH of the Honolu
lu Syniphoii Orchestra, will bo tiu
iur the Icadciiililii of W. A. l.op,
viiil will pla air openliiK overture.
Tho clangs will then b lot' and de
posit at tho Christmas tieu Vhelr
Klfts for tho need) children, after
which they will sins n cat til. At
this point tho nilillcal ierwiit-itiiM
of the natlMt) of Christ will be cm-
This enrol has been 'h. ic'Milt t.f
tho until Ihk efforts on the part of
Mr. Wlldei, ho IiiwIiik dumped Ills
palutlni; and eer)thliiK else Tin
tccial weeks past In older to dt)
oto Jils wlmlo tlmo ami attention
to m.iklliK this lainl'u success. Tho
staging and scenery has licon entire
under his dlicctlon and super
lsJon, and full cicdlt IicIouks to him
for the success which It undoubtedly
Mr. Wilder has found In tho per-
ious of Leopold U lliucKinau nun
his biother two able iisllstants, foi
to theso Kciitlcincii is duo tho com
posing of tho words of tho caiols
which will bo Htnif In the represen
tation. Cunt. Henri Iletger bus also
iikslsted In tho ochcstratlon of the
niiiklc. Thosj tiiMiig put hae
worked fnlthfull), and tho pnA
pects nro that till effort of Honolu
lu talent will bo highly successful
and doubly appreciated.
After tho rendition of -tho enrol,
refreshment!) will ho served ana
boxes of candy distributed to tho
chlldmn. Them hao been 1,000
tit kets. Issued alrends, and t'3ie' l
a glowing iiuuirfiiii ioi uiioini iv"
ifouiMiico of'Mi. WIIiUi'h piodui
At-slstant Scciotar) Cooper, In to
da) 'a letter to tho Promotion Commit
Uy tho Koien ami the Alameda this
week, v?o sent out an liiiusuall) largo
mall. cr, widely scattered oer the
mainland. A ery .conslderablo por
tion' of this was In form of letteis
written personnll) Id Inepiliers who
havo n gieat Mulct) of questions to
nsk on greit ailety or snbjccts ton
ccinlug Hawaii. Tho o!iinic of this
class of oui concspondeiico Is con
Htnntly IncriaKlug and rorms no small
pari ot tho work In tho olllre at pre-i
out Upshift! these special letteis. wo
b,io mailed llls wiek n foim letter
lo several hundred secrctr-ilis of com
uieiclal organizations thri'iiMioiit tho
Unlit d StnttH. enclosing ten or our
Klorul IMrailo post cnids, ready
stnmpcd in each, which tlie) nro asked
to address to persons they think might
bo Interested In llawnll. Also wo
liavu mailed a Inigo number ot tho
post curds jam mentioned lo Individ
uals, beside a great deal or oar leg
alar pilntcd matter to persons whoso
names Inno been hnuded to.iis.
Wo hao correspondence which indi
cates that niter tho (list ot tlio uar
tho tout 1st tr.illlc to tho Isbinds will
lio c-ry iieay or iiRwgient as thy
tiansportatlou facilities can uetom-
modate. Already thero aro more
btrnngerB In tho city Hum there hno
icr been Ih fin o at this season or thu
Living Prices Reasonable.
Mr. N, A, Cm pouter, president ol
tho Cniter-McNell Intestmcnt Co. of
Spokniio, Wash., who Is l.t ro with his
wlfo for tho winter, called on us u
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AT ST. ANDREW'S
Officers Under Major .Wtaslow Com-
riilete Kidinpr Test wiui no in
Effects More w Picnic Than
Hardship Yearly Bide.
which am ubco
fnntry. wns cntcicil on the list of puird and poll
sick Wednesday morning. Merger Intel) nececsur).
returned fiom Sail Krnncl-to on tho jjay jjemHjn,
irnnspori, wiuiu hit n.ia .,--.... ..() ( lv() mtll ttll nl0 now
taking lessons In tho art of Iue.nl Jl0 t wllti y, , F(nt on the
WikliiK. While nt tho school hll ...nil,,!,!,, trnnsnort to Hie V fi
C)es wcro Injured by getting somo M,nr) Hospital, Presidio of San
) east In them, and they huo lieen prnc,co fnr further observation
FCttlng worse every dny Blnto his . Irl,al,ct
ictutn t" Vort Shafter. MHiuiig , Tll.ro ..,. ..,,, ,
serious Is anticipated, and with l IdinohitrRcil during tlio next month
good treatment Hint he will receive . . oM , nPlit trinmpirt
doubtless he will bo Inch with WJUCM t lic decide to -re-enllst
Tho St. Amliews' Sundny schoot
thrUtliuiH tieo wllMio held tonight at
T o'clock In tlio Dav'los Memoilal Hall.
Mnlor Wlnslow looked brown and
sunburned when seeii(ln Ills olllfco this
morning, linvlng Just returned to tho
clt) after taking thi-Roiisuvcltlan cu-J
ilurnnru test, In which several mm cut
or Unc'o Sam iMitlclpaltil. Acconllng
to Major Wlnslow, tho test w'as not
ko severo as had been anticipated. Tho
stmt was inado fiom tho .IhCJnvii,!!),
liairi'i-kM nt LCllclni-i 'last Monday,
Ihieo ilnju being lonmiincil In no,
tonipllshlng tlio test. ,
The loads were in oxcellent roudl
lion anil the weather nil that could
bo desired, itipld progress was inado
throughout. Tho tlrst'iilght was spent
nt Knhaiia, where evor)ono turneil In
early In ordqr to bq up Vcioro siinilso
to resuniotho march. I'nsslnii'tliioilgli
Wiihilun, Walmea. Knhiiku, Iailo and
runnluii, splendid opportunities wero
nlToriled or noting tho lay or tho laud
lor future military maneuvers.
Leaving Kahiina, nfter n hcnil)
breakrast, on Tuesday morning, Iho,
cnvalcudo mdo hard to Kaiteohe, Kill
lua and Waluianalo, nt which lalloi
place lunch was served and the hoists
changed. Twin hem tho horsemen'
lodo b) way or Maknpuu, reaching
Walklkl In lime lor a bwIiii In Iho sitir.
No 111. effects weio felt by any
of Iho i Idem and thu horses having
been changiil fienuentl) on the march,
oveivoiie fell freBh aml"well" lileDsed
with tho lesult ro fur. I remi Walulkl,
Iho last stage of tho Journey w'ns com
pleted es(erilny, tho niembcrs of this
part) having to rldo li.uk lo l.ellehua
which ol ice was reached In time fm
Ihoso living in Honolulu to uilrli tho
evening I lain back to lowu.
Actordlng to .Major Wliibpiw 'no 111
offtitB liavo Ik en felt 1i iui) of lh
orflctrs taking part I" this test, ami j
the ract that tho borers, wclo chanoi
fiecpicntlv. theso liro also In good
condition It was not In nil) , sense n
monotonous tide, ns there was much
company lor duty In a shoit t line.
tho 2d battalion, 20th lufnnlr), oi
..!.. i .,..... tliut ni-n twii at lit If lll
Drill Suspended. . , ii,.wull. This will leavo the
Drills, garrison and g)innasluni. i.,,ttnon mliiiis Hie authorized ihiiii-
wem suspended Wednesday. Dcc 22 lH.r of ,,,, u)1( n moii! than
tor the purpose or n gcncial pollt-o'proiiniila that inoio men will niilvo,
of (iiiaitcrs. Companies O ami Hi,,,, hn txt transport rrom tlio i
mouiiled tho entire guard. l no . mnnd.
i,.r. a ., unerl.it duty caring for the,1!
in ii .iriiuiul Co. 11 lmrracks. Thl'
Is work to be done doling Ills spanKi
lime, ns he Is not excused rrom an
,.nrH.m iiiitlcs. being excused rrom'-.
r ... . . .. -. . .,
lompiiii) duties oniy
l'rlvnle Nukols. Co. K
rlintlne :it the I'rlnccss Itlnk Tu'cs-:
da) night, tripped and fell, liaillyj
1 frni Inrllll? Illln llf Ms IimlS. I(o WllSJ
several men ,.munlll ... tn 1Mt lon't 9 o'elockl
nnd Immediately ndniltted lo inoi
lioHpltal. Ills nrin wns soon set nniljj
hatul irimI. mid hols now gcttlngl
grass around tho tonip.ui) h bar
rafkH was cut and tho vines and
trceR trimmed, which Impiovcd Iho
appeaiiinco of tlio post lo n great ex
tent. The purpose of the general
pollco was thai tho department com
mander will visit the post In a short
time for tho coming holldii)s.
Turkey Dinner. .
Preparations nro being made for
tlio Christmas Turkey dinner. All
dut) will ho suspended, and It will
bo u dii) ot rest for all except tho
Iho three iiipii who havo men
i-lguul for tho Toil Shatter bowling
Until woro earnestly practicing on
Tuitdny afternoon, and Mimu men
that aia being tried wero also pic'
cut and rolled a few games.
Thursday, December 23.
IIII.O Anlved Ucp, 18:
S S. Hutu I'iIho, r I San
IIII.O Arrived Die. 1!"'
Ilk". St -Katherlne, fiom Sm
I If CO
MAHUKONA Arilvul Vcr. 21:
Schr Kvn, from San I'miic-lkcoi
Tseng Hal, Iho consular reprfil
rhe'ienlatlvo for China at Honolulu, jl
best score tor the afternoon wns 171
Corporal llaiimgardt. Co. H, en
tered tho post hospltnl for treatment
Carinc for Lawns.
1'ilvato Howell, Co II, has been
returning to China, he having bceii
transferred to nnother station. The?
Chinese nulclnl will leave, Honolulu
lor Peking by the I'ntlflc Mall liner
.Mongolia, which Is scheduled for
iho Oilcnt on Mondn). F
n... .i.ii.im ub,i m iiriut in i w. I of hituruhl lo t) Tho hctnori wiih
( II U I.HIHHCH UIU tHIIX)l.l K'MIMIOl'I-"! .. 1 . It
cntK and to) a which Santa Clans will supe.b. unit Iho people) l.ieU.iu thu
.'.. ...i... ... (i... -nil, i. i. r K'.,i,.,..kM niaitli worn 1:1ml ami cimshleialo and
IUH.I IllltV t IW .it.'nw,. " .. -i -
attends and (Lis hoKil W Hieic
Aecoidlug to tho City unci Couiity tl b) llioswim will no umioie
Clu k II baa been tho jn aetlce to H H ' i )' ' "
nuke up the labor pa rolls of u.ul cnulvaleul lo thoiniouiitn oijpcwllo
.1 ...... i l.nnl mmi nxnnKilltiir l it! hint tlinll tl ltllPft
ni'inii i iii v 111 lie n iinwniiiih u feMiio " i .... . ii . r. ....... i.r
AlMliibt tho ugKiogatu uiuounl of tho It Is (laln.ed by tlio roan ucpuii- win lie un onp uuuiii.jr . i '""
nil. a wnirunt is drawn, ami this mont that this method buvcs tho (hiuidults to witness vhat Is tonlhht
Mini has been nnlil cither lo tha mail men nt work somo dlstnnce'from Ho-especially
supervisors of tho district or to a nolulu losing much time that would
limn. Tho money Is then taken o otherwise 'bo Bpent In making a tilp
whalivei pine lln lilmiLi- may bo lo the city and ictuiiiluj lu tUcli
ror tlio children
Tho Piitertalnmont vvlll 'mmmoncn
nmnilitls at fi-:iO o'clock Instead ot
i,t 7 30 o clock, Uj -liunuuttccil
IF YOU ONCE TRY AN
, YOU WILL USE NO OTHER
ANSCOthe modern film at
did all ill Iheh powoi lo mako nun
and bo.iht comfort ible 'llilu tet ,wl
bo lukcu ovei) )cn. and uowflltpt it
bis In en nrnved In ho one iif.,plruhiuc
iiiblo.nl of u hurdflilp. It wlirimt "lifcl
looked upon lu an uufavoiabto liliht by
Ihosu having to tai.o It. v " '
Trlvatu Ucioir, Co.
Smith .& Co.
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tin tlChtlo, , .m, j I
iituilv mill Hit- arti paid Hie uima tlulltj.