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Expressed from Njw Ycrk. An elaborate nssortment
. of SADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES Is now on sale nt prices
raiiRinR from $3.50 tj $35 cch.
Oyr Holiday line of LADIES' LINGERIE WAISTS has
just arrived and wc arc positive they -arc the prettiest
Waists ever shown (or the money. Prices, $1.25 to $4
"New "line of stylish JABOTS, DUTCH COLLARS and
iwk, jBOWS all great valnjs. 25c to 75c .each. -,, .
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
Private Driveway Construction
Selection of the proper approach and grade. Capable
workmen under the supervision of an experienced engin
eer. Full equipment for rapid execution of work.
P. M. POND
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CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
, Our Tov Department now open.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
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Everything in Boolfc!
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alex. Yonne Buildine
In This Climate
there is no floor
Wo have just lecelved n
largo slilpmoiit in many Bizes
LEXERS & COOKE,
177 S. King Street
Birthday of Former Monarch
Ends With Prince Ku-
Cclclmilloii ol the lilt I tidii of tlio
Into King Knlnknuu cmlt'il luxt night
Willi a Iiihii given bj 1'rliu u Kulilu
ill IiIh homo ni Walkikl. H fill lowed
tliu nuiuinl miniature jaeht nice or;
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iliu WUJ, IJIIU (JI IIIC IIXIUIOS Ull II1U
Hi-ciium of tlio Intoiwt they have
In tliu inliiintiiic jnclil chili, Colonel
Sam I'mkfi nml John T. Mct'iosson
Inst night uui'li donnttd tlio Bum of
4'T. ttf (tin I. ...win. .f lltn . I..I. -ri.nl
roiilrlhmlbiM wcio made nl tliu luuu! OCEAN WAVES' FORCE
Whooping Cough i
ivr-1 4tfljc t
A Imple. nnij etc nvo treatment
nr brfiiiclidl wMfnK rtric
Vaporlncti (.ff m inptlirparnjttui
of Whoopinc L uch ami rt.Il wlroup nl
onto. II It a l' n I nnTcrvrt liim
Antltma. The aft Kmlrrrr! fttimcly and
Rrpllc Imptrrd Ith -vit hriHth make
brvHtKins cr. thi the nra t brent
ami fctop tlio i " trh. i4 mm? tvtHtil
.nlcliti. It M iisvHM.tMo t.' mother wnli
fccnU Hklul fnf ! rfptlve booklet
Al I. DRUGGISTS
Try Crcn.ine ntl
xfptlc 1'hrotit 1 afi
lptn for the ttrlUtr-J
throat, Thcv are
Klmple. effect e in J
UruccUt or from us
42 Cortlmrft ?!.....
Klcu t tin1 home of Hie 1'iln e.
I'rluro Cuiiltl has cnirleil on the
nllil.itlno yacht rate eur sin e tlio
loath of the Into King In San Trail
ilsco In ISitl. YcatcriUy tlio Prince
mill his 1: lends vent iluwn to the
llenlnnl I lout llonne anil wiitched the
Kiniill jnehts Kill out to the, hell huoy
and h.iek. Prlnro Cupid, Senator
Chnilcs ChlllliiKtvortli, Senator II.
Crnhhc. JeKHle Mnl.allial, IC. K. I.lll
halnnl, K. A. C. l.ons, John Colbtirn,
William lla 1 nml fevei'al othcis fu
licrliitcnilnl the "Itlil lace,' na tlio
people, dill It now.
The martins point wna nt the lle
nlnnl llo.U House. As the toy yachts
hrnko tlio line, they each Hailed on
filrefttlly nt the iner y of the'Nim
The yacht Daisy, navigated by
William Hall, won the firct prize of
a silver cup Riven by the lie cnxed
Queen Knplol.inl and the sum of
$1!2 ."id. The Jlyitle, cnptaliicd by
l'Mdn, was awarded the necond pilo
if $12. Mi. Tim WnhllKanluttil.i won
the third p.l.e of ;.r,0, tlio fourth
prle of $5 wna rIumi to Kiilahooma
nan, ami the llnulanl won tlio llfth
.prize of $"
The Shiiinrock. which refused to
obev the commands of l'rlnee Cuplil.
Mer icnulnr skipper, wan otTlcl.illy
awmiled the prize of tL'.i'it, but when
It ronie to ilnie for distribution of
tin dlffeient prizes at n luau last
nlplit K K I.nikalanl niinouuccd
publlclv that Shnmiock had violated
the navigation n and therefore
flic was entitled to only one cent.
I.HIkaliiiil sioke so Interestingly that
Cupid was eliened and applauded by
The luau was picparrd under tlio
superintendence of fleorge Smithies.
who Knows tlio mt of "knlun puna.'-'"
mnng those who spoko wero Mr.
Vetlle'en. John Colbtirn, Judgo A. 0.
M. Hobeitson, Colonel Sam I'arkcr,
J T. MK'rosson, Ja I; Coney and
John Wise ncted as Interpreter.
Among tlio-e present last night nt
the luau, beside the I'lln.e and Prin
cess KalantniKiole, the host and
hostess, wero Judge A. O. M. Hob-
ertFon and Mrs. ItobcrtHon, Senator
and Mrs. Charles V. Chlltlngwnrth,
I. C. I.nnr, William II. Ilecrs, .Mr,
and Mis. Clcorge Smltliles, J. It,
Wise, Colonel Sain P.ukcr, J. T. Mc
frossnn. J. II. Coney, James Jaegor,
!:. A. C. Long, John Colburn, MIks
Helen Colburn, Miss Daisy Colburn,
Miss Lena Colburn, Manley Hopkins,
Manuel CooKe. K. K. I.IIIKalnnl. Wll.
Ham I.ucas. Ilannwakl Kruger, Mrs.
Charles Hopkins, Mr. and Mrs. Kale
lliau. It. K. Ilonlne, J. II. Knkunle,
Mr. Wnrren, V. II. Vincent, Jesso
Makalunl nnd seernl others.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 1170 Night Call 1014
Assessment No. 13
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Is duo on Ninemtier !.', 1910, and
bo omen delliKiucnt December IB,
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea
MAY'S OLD K0NA COFFEE
Sest in the Market
Will do it
n E N. R Y
ALEXANDRA REJECTS THE
TITLE "QUEEN MOTHER"
Too Much Like Endearing
Xcrms of Her Grandchildren,
LONDON. Nov. 5. That Quion
Alexandra does not UKo her now
title of "Qiieen-Mother," which was
conferred upon her ihortly nftor
King IMward's death, Is generally
Known. I'or years Queuii Alexan
dra succeeded In lelalnlng the np
pearanro of one of tender years, but
mom re. ently that of tlio prepossiM
Ing young matron,
Slin ronslilers that the title
"Queen-Mother" emphnslzeH too pub
licly tlio endearing terms which In r
graiulchlldroii nro wont tp uko at
times In blunt, chllilllkn fashion.
I'or fconio weeks tUff Court Clr--ular
has reforred to lior lis the
Queen Mother. This week, howoer,
tho Court nowsman ilropp d the suf
fix niiil refened to hor ns of old
Alexandra Is niwrtliir herself In
many ways. Sho has expressed tho
w!t.h that tin InMitutlnn patron
ized by her shall bo known ns Queen
I'.iclng Hie prospect of iiulltlng
lliuMughmn I'alaie at no distant
date, tho mal widow Ib causing
many changes and alterations to bo
m.iile In and mound Mnilboiough
lloiiFe, which will bo In r homo In
the future. lis entlio K'hemn of dee
otiitlous will ho 4'h.inged, 'iiul when
refm nlsheil tho Intel lor will lie a
moilorii .pn'.'ii'i. in every lespect.
How about love at lllf.t sight if lou
HARNESSED AT LAST
The Inventoi, an Italian Engi
neer, Says His Machine De
velops Pover Cheaply,
IIO.MK, Oct. 21 Agostlno llinolll,
nn Italian t'liglueer. claims to have
olod ,leflnltcl the problem of u'il
Izlng the eneiK or the ocean's wihoh
th- greatest foie6 In the world and
one entirely Mnstnl. Hmelll has pat
ented his lnu'lilliiu In twenty-two
cniiu'rlM, nnd the Italian nanl auth
orities have M'poitoil faorably cm It
The Inventor sas the ioa.on the
warV energy has never been bar
nesse.1 is .that oery on.- has Igtimcd
their double forre, one tiroceedliu'
finin the height of the wine's crest
nbnvp the wnt r's level, nnd a separ
nto fmco con'rlliuted by the body ol
the wave ns It rolls up on tlio shore
Itavclll's machine for storing wave
energy Is ah Inclined plane on n two
ho!ed supiKirt. which is mil Into the
sea. A mechanical contrivance1, Itn
vein's secret, transfers the waves' en
orgy to a rotarv wheel, to which can
bo nfllxcd hydraulic pumps or dyna
mos, ns desired. 'A' sp"clal apparatus
stoies pait of tho energy ngalnst c-ilm
The entire machine- Is about nine
teen feet long It nn ,1' velop tino
horse-row or jniieli cheaper. Itnvelll
savH. than nnv power-developing ap
parntiiH that has over been Invent-il
BRITISH NAVY PLANS
TRIAL OF HYDROPLANE
American nvention Is for Boat
Adapted to Picket Work
LONDON 'Nov. . There Is n
plan on foot for construction of by
droplmio boats Tor the navy's use
It Is proposed to Ix-gln with a small
type of vei-sil espo tally adapted for
picket work mid coast dofeiiFo, the
Idea being to work up to a larger
size suitable for dcstioyers and the
carrying and launching of neio
planes at tea and fur scout duty In
rum, of cmciRoncy.
A syndicate Including wcllknovyn
Amor! -nn capital Is belli? formed
and has secured nn option on tho
Vorber h droplmio patents. Tho
rorher h.vdroplane, which was in
vented by on American, was built
In Trance and holds tliu records for
this kind of coast work. The syn
dicate proposes to fcinstruct boats to
bo driven by n now type or nil en
Tho (list fleet of liwlmplnnn do
fenders will unquestionably be
launched bv Knglnnd. ns Its negoti
ations have been 'virtually settled,
whllo tho I'ronch navy department
lias crnched no decision.
Our New Fall Styles
of CLUtTT SHIRTS
are now on sale.
Many added novel
ties inFni Imported
Madras in Plain and
Fancy Negligee in
both Cuff attached
and French fold cuffs
AH the colors are
The Popular Price
Botb Plain and Pleated Bosoms
Tho AVIso Wear TOUICS, tho new
form fitting lenses, accurately and
promptly ground, l-'n tory on tho
premises. K)es corrc tly fitted.
Alfred D. Kalrwentherf manufac
S. E. Lucas
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lcr.sci in town to fit
., , i i.
Get rid of it quickly b usins i
With Nasal Dou.hc Quid: Action and Easy
25 AND 5D CENTS A BOTTLE'
NASAL DOUCHE. J5 CENTS COMPLETE
Benson, Smith & Co.,
PORT AND HOTEL STREETS
CARDINAL VANNUTELLI f
LAUDS PEOPLE OF .U.S.
ItOMi:, Oct 2S. "That tho Catholic
faith Is making nnd will continue to
make headway In the New World I
Fo said Cardinal Vannutclll today
in telling n newspaper correspondent
or tho Impressions he gained during
his recent visit to Canada nnd tho
"I urn dellghtod at tlio result of my
mission," said his eminence
"I legard tho outlook for tho Cut ho
llo faith In America In tlio most favor-
ublo light. Indeed It Is my bellpf that
tho United States Is to lie tho rutin n
stronghold of Cnthnllclsm. America Is
peopled by u race of high sensibility
and of an energy so liumensn that If
properly directed It must make them
tho leadorB of tho world In tho near
"My stay In Now York was nil loo
brief," tho Cardinal said. "St. Pat
lick's there Is ii splendid temp'n Com
parlsons nro dllllcult because the
churches here mo of an entirely dlf-
fertnt order of architecture Hut out
side of St I'eter's nml perhaps two or
three other churches, wo havo none
whoso Intel lor grandeur nppeiils to mo
more than did St. Patrick's."
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