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EVKNINO OUI.LRT1N, HONOLULU, T It , MONDAY, NOV. 21, 1910.
?. Great Holiday Opening
A beautiful and attractive lin; of merchandise suitable for Cluist
mas and New Year Oifts, including:
DRESSED and Undressed Dolls, Unbreakable Dolls for the little
folks, Indies' and Children's Work-Eoxes, Leather Bags, Pocket
Books. Purees and Satchels in the" newest styles, Ladies' and Men's Um
brellas, Battcnbci, Cluny and Venct.'an Scarfs. Squares 'and Centerpieces,
Fllow Tops, Cushion Covers, Laundry Bass, Slice Bags, Pin Cushions,
Embroidered and Drawn Work, Grans Linen and Linen Squares, Center
pieces, Doylies, c c, from China and Japan. Embroidered Linen Pillow
Slips, two in a box. A very choice lit of Holiday Stationery in fancy
boxes; fine Back Combs and Barettcs set with Wiinc Stones; Belts,
Buckles and Hatp'ns.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets
NEW TRIMMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WILirELMlNA
K UYEDA 1028 Nuunnu St.
THE PIE FOR
Heinz Mince Meat
don't forget that.
Your Grocer has Heinz
You tan have n clear car
bon copy if you use
Non-grcasc, non-smut the
ctitbon for the man who
wants to lead his copies.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
GLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI
NETS and BOOKCASES,
OENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
031 FORT STREET
CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Toy Department now open.
with a Fiesh Stock of TOYS, GAMES
and a splendid line of BOOKS.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD.
i 'TOYS! TOYS!
All Sorts of Toys
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO,, LTD.
Everything in Books!
BROWN & LYON CO,, LTD.
Alex. Young Buildinj;
Opposi'.c Fire Station
IS THE PIE
Minac Meat and all the
In This Climate
tliero Is no Hour covering to
Wu Ihivo Just icccivcd u
lingo bliliini)iit In many sizes
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 S. KinB Sheet
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, 0PP0S1TI
Phone 1179 Night Call 1014
Assessment No. 13
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Is iluu on .November 15, 1910, and
lie o:uc4 ilellmiiicnt December 15,
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Sticet, Near Alakea
Will do it
Chinese Is Charged Witt
Chief f Detectives McDulllo Is li
I f ml til tt mill I ho iirosncct of Ills tuk
Ing a trip l 5'" rraiiclnco In tirdoM
to iicrnmimny imo .In Yuen, it Chines'
rhnrged with fcllony unit cinbcrxlt!
ment of a large sum of money nllcgct
to lio the iiiiitrty of u coast Chinese
Foclcty, Is still icniote.
Tlio C'liliHhc, wanted liy Chief of I'o
llco Seymour of Kan I-'iuucIfco, inn;
await extradition papers bcfoio In
can bo lemovod from tlio territory.
According to cable a charge of fel
ony embezzlement was entered by Jtn
Slug on November 9IU against Jin
Yuen Mow. n
Tlio local nlilrcru apprehended tin
muchly wated Chlncso and a scare'
icuiilcd the picsenco of thlitcci
thousand dollars In checks, iibon
S30U worth of Jewelry uiiil 3'l In coll
In his possession. The cheeks wcrt
drawn on the Canton branch of tin
Hongkong mid Shnlnghnl llanklni
Corporntlon, and one on a Shanglia'
Loan Atiioclatlon. The Jewelry Is o
Oriental workmanship mid of ovcel
lent design. The latter was Intende
for a -woman Unit is now detained at
llil' leduiul i Immigration ulatloi
MCDllllIe Thus Ijpcn udvlsed by cable ti
hold the Chinese as well as tlio check
and other evidence, mid this was fol
lowed by a letter of advice to sent
the man to the coast by the llrit a will
able trnnspartntloi to be accompan
ied by an ollleer. The, suggcstlot
that he be accompanied by a nolle t
olllcc met with the liemty approbation
of the Chlnctc, who professes great
fear from an attack by highbinders
Attorney Claudius Mcllrydd hat
come forward ami declares that hi
has been letalned by tlio Chinese tt
look lifter bis Inteicsts. As a lesuli
or Mcllrj dc' efforts, the plan to tak
the prlt-oner to San I'ruiiclsco by tin
steamer China jestord.iy was nipped
In the bud by tlio service of a writ Is
sued by Judge, Itoblncon.
Jno Yuen .Mow Is stilt held for fur
Tlio matter of application for wrli
of habeas corpus Is being argued be
foro Judgo Itoblnson at tlio Circuit
court this afternoon.
Chillingworth Would Havr
Money From Treasury
Government assisted sporty Is tin
latest thing proposed, and tlio ath
letic members of tlio now Icglslatmc
havo an Idea of appropriating inonej
for Itegetta Day, making this day ov
en a bigger event than It Is at ptcs
ent. Chuillo Chillingworth Is tlio man
behind this Idea and says ho will
work lor It In the scnato If the bill
Is puiscd In tho house.
Accoidlng to Chllllngwortli live
hundred dollars a year could o,isll
bo iippioprlatcd for Itegetta Day, the
samo as is set out from tho Tcrrl
toiial treasury for thu Floral I'a
rade. An athletlo events reecho tho
widest publicity the senator believes
that "nsslstunco for Itegetta Day
would he money wisely Invested, and
would dd much to attract tho tourist.
Willi this extra money It would be
posslblo to erect benches along
Channel Wharf and other points of
vantage wheto bundled might see
tho tiiees, tho club houses being far
too small now to hold oven tho in
vited gnosis without undue croud
lug. A voidkt or luijulttaf was return
id today by a Jury In tlio United
t-'iatca Coiiit In tlio raso of Yew
Chin Yeo. charged with aiding and
abetting In tho loiuealment of tho
J.lO.Ofin worfii of oilum tlir.t was
solzcd by IT. s. Dlstt let Attorney
Hretkons some weeks ago,
Chin Yro was tho pioprletor of
'he lodging house on KuKul btrcet
In the i oof of which, occupied by a
lodger, was tllsHoveicd thn opium
taken by tho rcderal officers.
Tim Chlnete was defended hy M.
1' I'rosfer of tlio film of Kinney,
Ballon. I'roKser and Andeison, tho
defensn resting on the (ontcntlonl
that Chin Yeo knew nothing of tho
opium being (iiuiealed in tlin loom,
of his lodger. It being further shown
that he gave bis lonsent to having
the Jinuve Ro-irclioil,
W cellj II a 1 1 c 1 1 n ?l prr j ear.
Military Field Meet at Kamc-
hamcha Ends in Score
In ..i military bed meet held at
.amcliamuhii S 'mots last Satuiil.i),
lie Iteds defeated the Whites by
oiu points. The tln.il rune at the
nd was: Iteds, IS; Whites, II. Tlio
Imo limited to cue hour, only live
vents weie pit led oh.
The Ihtt event was a blank cart
idgu rale, 'lluee men fiom each
.im cnteied. Thu Iteds took the
nice places, the men being Ka
iiitilplll, It. Mahlko.i uiiil lieu l'a
la. Two of the hltcs wero dis
claimed for gathering all thu c-.ut-Idgcs
at one time Instead of one at
i time. K. .Ma.kenzle of tho Whites
Mould have taken third place for
lie Whites, but ancr thing tho ilitl
hot his holt ccied to work and
.tablkoa got ahead of him, taking
The i-econd event was a rescue
ace. Tluce biijs were tied up at a
Slstaucc of eighty .uds fiom 'Ihe
tatting point and thfce bojs stait-
d fiom thu scr.itih to rescue tliclr
omrndes, tarrying them b-it 1: to the
tinting point and unt)lng tho idpo.
u this event tb Whites had all
' e.ivy men at the re'euo point, but
'. I.iihinn, who bud tho lie,vvest
ond, won fit st plate for the Whites.
'. .Mlllkaa and .! l'aueln.i. both
teds, took hecon.I mid thhit places.
The lug-iif-vvar t-aino next mid ten
ion fiom ca li side were allowed to
mil. The Iteds had a stumper team,
mt as It was a two-mluuto pull the
Whites had tho ndvuntngn of having
he start, which they held till time
vas called. At the end of the pull
ho Whites luiu a foot In tliclr fa
il r. Tho teams were: Iteds J, Mi
Ikaa, Ah I.coug, ('.. l.uhlaii, II. AM
na, .1. 1'aucliia, tl. Hewitt, B. lias
es , H. Hush, A. Napoleon and Hen
ItlRsev. Whites D. Kalal, J. I.u
'an, W. Apau, A. Spinier, l" Hose,
1. llruudt, J. K.iulhatia, (!. K'inohl
nd ,1. Napoleon, Only one point
vas counted for the tug-of-vvar.
The equipment race was the most
xcltlng nice, next to tho relay. In
his raco both uniforms and equip
nents wcio laid at ten-yard Intcr
ats. There were three entries from
ach team. Shoes were placed on a
luo twenty yards fiom the stmt.
KhaM blouses and nips wcio laid at
tlio next twenty., ml Hive. , The
iclts, with bajonets, fccalibards ami
artrldgo box, were placed at the
dxty-yuril Hue; then at tho eighty
ard lino vvcro tho guns and white
loves. After this point was reach
t! the boys had to run twenty jards
o tho finish line and come to "order
inns." The Judges had a hard tltno
lecldlug tin the winners. Tho first
oy had two of his flngcis in one
linger bole, and tho second boy hud
his bayonet on wrong; tho third boy
failed to button up Ills coat right,
and J. llobbs, who cumo In last, was
O. K but during tills llmo II. Apo
was putting his lingers In tho right
holes, and the Judges, after talking
It over, gavo Apo first place; .1.
llobbs, tecotid; and J. Kauai, tlilnl.
The Iteds got firbt and third places
In this event.
Tho last event was tho KlO-jaid
lelay raco, which decided tlio win
ning team. Tiro Whites look tlio
lead fiom tho lmt and Increased It
at every t-tntlon. but II. Godfrey, who
took tho last lap, made up the dis
tance, vv Inning thu raco by a foot.
Tho teams were as follows: lleds
S. lliisn'y, .1. Alimin. V. Walaleale,
Captain II. Godfrey. fthltCB (i. Mil
noha, A, Alau, J. Kalaulhula, C
Tho nm 'lals at tho meeting were.
Judges, S. Mvlngtnn, C. li I.Ivlng
ttou and (I. llnrtlett; staiter, Cap
tain Win tern
"Tho .Man I'rom Mexico," tho fun
niest farce ever written ami one
which niado W'llllo Collier famous,
will bo tho otTerlng of Georgo II How
ard and his company tonight lit tho
New niphciiiii and will be continued
till Thanksgiving Day, on which oc
casion a tj pedal uiullnee wilt be giv
en for ladles and ihlldieu. Hvery
body Is familiar with "Tho Mail I'lom
Mexico" and tils natural Instinct to
provnilcate. Do tells a htry of a
niMhlcal visit to Mexico but It turns
out that timing his ubsenro bo had
done "thirty days" In Jail He tries
to convince his fi lends that he had
Indulged In teal Mexican life and
when he attempts td show them the
fandango the dame has 'a stiong sug
gestion of the lock-step. Ho Is cor
neied at last but lie (tutalnly gives
ail concerned a good lime during tho
peilod of oxplamitlgn.
Of com he tho realm o of thli week's
offering will be the special matinee
Thuisduy. Thanksgiving night a
change of bill will bo made, the piece
being "Tho Sultan's Daughter" This
Is a far'o along tl.o most hilarious
lines ami It gets enough laughs to thu
minute to make It worth while
And minieii, generally speaking,
mo good tulkcis.
Our New Fall Styles
of CLUETT SHIRTS
are now on sale.
Many added novel
ties in F ns Imported
Madras in Plain and
Fancy Negligee in
both Cuff attached
and French fold cuffs
All the colors are
Tht Popular Price
Both Plain and Pleated Bosoms
NEW ACT AT PARK.
The daring eiulllb(lsts and acio
bats, Wills ami Hahsaii, will feature
tliclr double-bead balancu turn dur
ing tliolr second week at the I'ark
Theater. This daring feat, as per
formed by no other pair of acrobats,
Is a peifect defy to all tho laws of
gravitation. For almost llvo miiiutca
tho heavier one of these acrobats
balances thu other on tlio top of bis
head, while tho olio above klcl.n out
freely witli his limbs and motions
with his anus; the one standing on
bis feet even marching up and down!
the stairway without In any way dis
till blng tlio one upon bis head These
two men will devoto ten minutes to
other acts Just us extraordinary
Will Lochiane, tlio Harry Wider
of tho Tar last, has been engaged
for a limited period to appear at tho
I'atk Theater. Ijichrane Is tho Scotch
comedian who at the I'lantcrs' ban
quet last Thursday night wiis receiv
ed with such enthusiastic applailio by
tho plantation men. Willi his leal
Scotch songs, anil slot lea of a de
elded Scotch turn, delivered In Lauder
style, he creates a laugh fur till who
NOVELTY THEATER. .
The management at the Novell)
Theater has another good show ar
langcd for this week. The Musical
Millers havo a faiclai musical act
which Is said to be Hill uioro comical
than their opening act. Ijicklng not
In intiilcal talent ami with humorous
sketches and stage i-ettings, their net
li by far one of the best on tho pic
tuic circuit Stanley, tho Italian im
migrant, will have now songs mid
lories. .Wife and Milton, the Nov
elty favorites, will havo a new sketch
that Is up to the standard they have
set. Hrgular patrons know that tin
Novelty pictures am always guild
There arc some things too
awful to contemplate one
is the giving of alcohol in the
guise of medicine to boys.
We believe '
is the only preparation of
Cod Liver Oil thai contains
absolutely no alcohol, drug
or harmful ingredient of
any sort. u dsucsht
Wcekl) It it 1 1 1-1 1 ti ?t per j ear.
Fr all Grading- ami Eoml Construction; Plantation Kail
roads and ltcscrvoirs. Complete equipment, wi'.h experi
enced engineers and cipable workmen.
SSS? P. M.
3 Days Specials
Wc will place on sale every piece of
Ribbon in the store at prices that can
not be duplicated.
This opportunity suggests that it
would be a good plan to buy now
what you need in this line.
Soo Window Display
Sale for 3 Days Only
Tort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
Is at hand and
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