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TOOTH POWDERS, SHAVING STICK.
TOOTH PASTE, CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAPS,
FULL LINE OF COLOGNES AND TOILET WATERS.
PLANS FOR MM.
not lime nny advantage ni re-
gnrds being up to date, ns locnl ar
chitects ate In touch with all that la
American Brokerage Co
going on In the building line on the
1 At least two week will be re-
.nulred lo consider the plans, utter
-- (which the miccex..fiil nielllcct will
,,,,, ,, ,,,,,, havo to make the necessary changes
Building Operations -Will the 1.1.11,, m mmi.
0 r 1 Actual building oiieratlona will
PnmmPnPP All I lint commence much before Juno 1,
UWHUUlLb VII (n(( lhe C011trBCl vtimalet Wll take
liinn ) at loast 'a month to figure tipoh. Mr.1
"" ' iltlptey, 0110 of the competing nrchl-
Meets. Is a resident of Oakland, Unl.,
while Mr. Marumb'r, who gradu
ated from the Knmehanieha Schools:
hag come from Seattle for the sole
under' purpose of competing In 'he drawing
D.ivles. I P "f P'nim for tho new V. M. C. A.
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
JOJli TJimnnit fit
lliilldlug nperiitlong on tho new
Y. M. C. A. will toon conitiienie.
The plans have all been Biihmlltod
and the building committee
the chairmanship of T. Cllve
will compare these plana nnd adopt
the one which Is most sillied lo the
requirements of n tropical climate
n ml tho one which will in everv
wiiy be round moat eiiiiiiim! lor mis
U I There wag n fatal uccldcnt nt Wal
The mimes of tho archllcctg wliii'palm yesterday nnd a Japanese named
have submitted plans are as foll6ws: Murnmn tli'iipi-chl was the victim.,
Mcipra. Dickey, Ripley. Newland, t ,,m.irs that the man was engaged
MiU'ombir, Kerr, Hummel, 1'nrrnr, n coupling, loaded cane ears, nnd In
Crulg and Mars'.yn dmipbell. i endeavoring to bring two together. In
It wa thought that local ntchl- some way got caught uslwocii them.
tects would suffer a slight handicap. " was o uamy ui ...i .-..
In that the distinct features , embod- " wflH twent,onB
lea In a modem M. C. A. build- I rR of ag0 nm, ,ia reccnlIy nrrve,l
Ing are i:ol ng familiar to them as (n nmvan, A coronor's Inquest was
to mainland architects, but, consld-, nc;, jj K,( nmi a verdict of nccl
ei lug the many handsome buildings' d(.mnl death was returned by the Jury,
which have recently beon erected III '
1I1I3 city, many of them designed by Bulletin Business Office Phone 253
local ur'hltectH, mainland architects Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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COIISETS .FITTED AND ALTEHED
BY OUR MISS MERCHANT
BETWEEN HOTEL AND KINO
(By Bulletin Astronomer.)
Tho clone approach of Hallcy's
comet t It" causing miteji interest
throughout the city, ami thin state
of attaint linn been nildcil to hy tho
n'rrlval of I'rofenaor Kllenhan ami tho
completion of tho observatory at Knl
Tho fact that Professor Kllcrman U
now maklnR nrranneincntu trt tako
lihotograiihs of tho comet nntl make
other Bclentinc studleg hrliiKD Itawnll
Inslile of the fuvoroil clrclo as one of
tho spots on the Kloho whero tho
co'iii't may he'sccn to nil nilvantaRo.
Tho fact tlmt tho earth will pass
thrOiiRh the tall of tho comet Is also
a theme of much Interest, nnd specu
lations ns to tho effect It will have on
tho earth, or nt lcint on the llvlm;
things on thpearth'8 surface Ib caus
ing not a little guess work universal
ly. In the early morning of June 30th,
1801, the enrlh passed through the tall
of n comet larger than Halley's, yet
tho public knew nothing of tho matter
till It wan all over, and tho fact that
tho great comet of 1801 was much
nearer to the earth than Hallcy's will
ho uhen It nwlshca Its tall over us
gives an assurance that there is no
danger In store .for tho peoplo In tho
coming collision, between matter and
Tho Hallcy comet was ro-dlscovcred
on Us present return. September II.
1009, by Wolf of Heidelberg Its near
est approach to the Bun will he April
19th. a dlstanco of about one-half of
that from the sun to the earth,, or 30,
000 000 miles.
Much has been said In regard to
the piesent comet as be'lng tho Star of
Itcthlebcm, but from tho research of
istronorncrB all over the world It him
been discovered that thcro Is a dif
ference of about twelve yoaro between
tho two comets If the Star of Heinle-
hem wax a comet.
Thcro have beon ns many guissej
it lha speed of the comet lis there
ire ns'ron'imerB In thn world no tint
hero will be no attempt made hcio to
Slvu a corn ct speed figure for the coni
ny Apill 20 the comet should bu
vlthln EC 000 000 miles of tho sun.
Until this time It will appear to on5
standing In tho vicinity of Honolulu
about twenty degrees high right awt
Kolm Heml for n short tlma before
jiimiso mil after this llnln It will
commence to appear In the west short
ly nrter sunset but higher up In the
It Is probable that tho up:earanea
of the comet will then bo very strlk-,
log. ns It wan In tho spring of loctf
inil again In (45C, but this tlmo thero
mil v he. n surprise! In store for us.
According .to tho calculation of sev
eral astronomers It Is possible that
tho comet will pass before the sun n:i
.Mny IS, when Its head will he 1C.
140,000 miles from us.
Inasmuch as tho tails of comets fre
quently extend from twenty to thirty
fle millions or mils and more, this
enormous' nppsndlx could thus en
velope us In a few hours.
M. Flammnrlon frankly declares
that ho cannot fortcll tho result
biich a situation. If tho oxygen In the
itmospheie were to combine with tho
hydrogen of the comet's tall the In
habitants of the earth would die from
If, on tho contrnry, there wero n
diminution of nitrogen, an unexpected
seiiHatlon of physical activity would bo
sxperlenesd .by every ono and the hu
nnn face would perish In n paroxysm
of Joy nnd dellrum, probably delighted
U Us futo.
As yet It Is Impossible to ascertain
tho dominant elements of the comet's
fall. The astronomers acknowledgo
Although tho tails of comets nra
Immense they aro so light and rare
lit (1 that our tcrrestlal ntmnsphcro is
lllio lend In comparison. They could
be likened to a fog traversed by an en
gine at lull speed.
Tho earth has already passed
hroiiRh a comet's tall In 1S19 nnd In
1801 without being any tho worse for
i . '
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For Single, Three-Quarter and Double
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ALL SUITS Formerly ,$22 to
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,FELT HATS Formeily $1.50
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