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EVENING I1UU.HT1N, HONOLULU, T 1! SATl'TWAY. NOV 26, tniO.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
A pretty dicss fabric, "comes in Qicbri, 'wistcl'a, Pongee,' Blue
nnd"Wliite'. Pike 35c. Spe ,nl 25c n yard. . '
Self colored striped silk material in Brcwn, Poneec, lavender
and Pink. Price 40;. Spc:ial 30c a jard.
WASHABLE MIRROR SILK
in the beautiful "Rajah"' nnlsh, all fashionable shades. Price
75c. Special 50c a yard.
NEW DRESDEN RIBBONS
CVSs i'nchds wide. 'Regular Price G5c and 7Ci per yard. Special
fiQc a" yard,
25-INCH TURKISH ROLLER TOWELING
Extra fine 'quality. Price 45c a yard, Spaoal 35o a yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Cor. Port and Bcretania S s. Opp. Fire Station,
NEW TRIMMED HATS
WERE RECEIVED ON THE WDLHELMINA
K UYEDA 1028 Nuuanu St.
, No wonder the PI I? was liked
1 1 was made of
Heinz Mince Meat
All the Grocers Carry the Heinz "57"
Varieties and Recommand Them
AS THK BUST.
Fort Shaftcr Man Would Rival
Darlimj as Nature
11 hns boon soino yuars since Oar
ling, self siyl!l "natuiu man," pa
lulled lliu thohnighfures or lloiiolu
lit 11 1 1 a oil In Utile el so hut a de
tormtni'il expression n ml a iiiomiulli)
nut tiiulei garment.
I'rcdiiiuahly to' perpetuate tlto cult,
l'ltd Unteland Is now detained at
tlio central )mIIi'c station and the
lOdil authorities nro fcerlously con
BhUrinj; lilu naiiltj.
O.'ltcl.did Ih a ward of Uncle Rani
and nil enlUted man of tlie Twen
tieth Infantry. Tim police (.hurgc
the soldier with possessing habits
that easll.v tints him as a degeuer
nto. Ilu 'U alleged to liavo been
making frequent ninl obnoxious ap
pearance at Thomas Hiiuaiu arraved
In cin.li apparel as furnished litm at
tho time of hi1) birth.
Complaints from a number of
women and children lestdlng In the
neighborhood of tlio city park have
been (omlng Into pollco headiiuar-
ters wherein tho man Is said to liavo
done, Marathon aunts In and about
tho square, sans clothes and Rood
Oatelnnd'H freakish appearance af
ter nightfall has been a matter that
has annojcil a number of peoplo for
the oast several weeks.
I'ollcc Olllcer Ilonlz paid n visit to
the square early jestcrday mornliiK
and found the man In startling dis
habille. Hilling to give n clear and
cinncclcd account of himself the fel
low was broiiRht to the station and
bonked for Investigation.
Chief of Detectives McDufflo has
endeavored to quiz the man, but ho
stoutly lofiiFod to divulge a leason
for his attempt to tniltalp tho lalo
but not lamented "nature man."
Tlio poll e profess to be satisfied
wllh tho lilentlllcatlon of (late-
land. It Is possible that ho will no
turned over to the military author
ities Tor further Investigation as to
SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
The Welkom Warmer
Slzo 3!xGVi' Inches, weight 4',i
The only modern, safe, effective and
sensible substitute for tho antiquated
Hot Water Hug.
No water to heat no rubber (o rot
Will last for years
Tho Warmer Is made of metal heat
ed within olio minute to tho lighting
and Insertion of a paper tube con
taining ti hl.izi'lest. -mnkoless anil
oilurleiH fuel generating n uniform
heat which lasts over two liuurs ut a
cott of less than one cent It Is curved
to fit any portion of Ihe body and held
In place by means of a bag anil belt
allowing tho wean r to move about at
AS A PAIN Kll.M:i(
Tho Welkom Wanner lias no equal
It can be put Into i (instant aitioii and
is Indispensable In uses of iliciima
tlsm, lumbago, neuralgia, bciatlca
lly placing tho Wanner on the af
fected part the heut being dry, nut
moist, bake out the cold I'hyslclans
say that the moist bent W tho hot wat
er tag will nut euro but agminate the
ailments ubovu mentioned.
Many lmo buen sold not a t'ngle
Complete outfit including Warmer,
bag belt, coll and 10 tubes uf fuel Kent
prepaid to any part of tho U. o upo
lecelpt of $1 00.
If you wlsli to know more about this
wonderful device write today for fne
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
108 Kill In u St., .c irk.
Will bo fuund at our store.
You will want to put tlio
present' In ft pioltj1 box. o
hao lliem III all' sUe, mid
daintily coeiod with Holly
and Kerry design p'per.
Writing Pa:cr in Beautiful
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply Co.,
GL0BE-WEENICKE FILING CABI
''NETS and BOOKCASES,
-.GENERAL OFFICE STATIONERY.
TV Mft. ' '
Ike Best Paint
Durable and Easily Applied
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 S. King Street
1 931 FORT STREET
' CHILDREN HAPPY AGAIN
Our Tov Department now open.
with a Fresh Stock of TOYS. GAMES
and a splendid line pf BOOKS.
WALL, NICH0L3 CO., LTD.
All Sorts of Toys
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
1 ,i7 'f - mi .( " i ' m
Everything fn Books!
! BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
t! Alex. Young Building .
M. E. Silva,
CTNDERTAKER AND EMBALMEB
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Thone 1170 Night Call 1014
' Assessment No. 13
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Is duo mi November l!i, 1910, and
be omes delinquent December 15,
AT K. P. HALL
Kawaiahao Girls to Sincj Well
Commencing at 7.30 o'cloek to
night, tlio Kuwaiahao Seminar)
Alumiiao Atsuclatluu will give one
of the beit conceits of tlio ear l
the K. I', ha I. (oriier of Put am
Mis. Iiene Halloway. tho presl
dent, iibsUted by the niemheis. was
hus deoratlug tho hall this mom
lug. Tho iimsl )il pijgrain, It Ib
jiilil, will include a number of of
well known Hawaiian songs, which
.uo seldom henld nowadios.
They will bo sung In a genuine
Hawaiian stle. and. nccnrdlng t
thore who hao henrd former K.i
wnlahan girls sing. It Is woith
while spending tho evening at tlm
IC. 1'. Iiall.
After the concert tho Moor will
cleared for (Juicing. U'lio II ketr.
are obtainable at the door, or from
tho mejibors of tho as o.'Iatlon.
SHAW & SEVILLE
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea
Will do it
In Colored and Sepia
of unusual met it, daint
ily mounted nnd with
Calendar Pad for 1911.
A iiioi.t attractive gift for Iho
Holiday Time that will bo ap
preciated by friends here and
50c and 00c
Photo Supply Co.,
"Evcrj thing Fho'.ogrntihic"
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING
Kodak Developing nnd Printing
Arts & Crafts Shop
with j5 ;
It H strango what a lot of dlffcrenco
ono or two halls on a man's coal cm
mako In tlio course of married fell
city. It Is on such an Impoitant thing
us this that tho plot of tho play, "lie
causo She I.oc.l Him So," hinges As
In ho presented next week ut the
New Orplieum by tlio Howard Com
puny, all of tho osslhllitles of Ihi.i
tory u ro made tho most of. Tho stor
of "llccauso She Uicd Him So"
deals with a Jotloui wlfo who gets In
to action, falling Into a llttlo trap
"' for her by her servant gill Tho
servant girl, It seems, has a lover
and wlsh.ug lo h.ivo an evening out
In his ciinp-iny, Bho places a cotiplo
of light kalis and new mown hay per
finitely in Iho coat of tho master of
Iho house Dining tho ensuing quir
iel the gill and her lover mako their
"Tho Rultan's Daughter." rer'.alnly
has made a hit Kvcrvhody Joins In
pioiioiinclug It the funniest f.ueo of
tho leason, If that wero possible. At
any rate It ban played to tho biggest
houso Hlnce tho coming of Iho How
aid Copipuny and wllh another pack
ed Ihe.itro this afternoon. It goes with
out hulng that tonight's utlendaiico
will bo In keeping wllh pievlous Sat
Small Hoy (at dapol) Want jour
sultcaso can led, mister
Traveler Whv. my boy, ou aro
tin lllllii to t.ii i a heavy .-.iiUcaie.
Small llos I know It. sli, but I
thought perhaps vou would glvo mo
a nickel for offeilng to carry It.
tlu In ir (MID'
Jlfrfn unlet fit A
The Most Delicious G-nger Ale-
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
There li a hltih over til" liruno'od
I oii-i ouiiil bout In Oakland between
"One Hound" Ilogan and lVanl-lo
Hut ns, because of lliianclal ariauge
meiits. Aiiordliig to Walter I'raue),
who Is hand lug Hogau, the Oakland
club has offeicd .10 per cent of tho
iccelpts, which would amount to
something between SK00 and $1000
This goes ngahifct his grain, for In
tho patt Hogau has been given big
guarantees for four-round matches.
However, Ilogan in tut sooner or later
teallio that tho hal'on i!nvs of tho
four-inuiiders are at an end and that
ho must rnmo down to mother eaith
In tlio matter of lib reeolpts.
We may think that wo llvo In tlio
must prugios&lvu ago of Mutiny, but
our ancestors managed to get ahead
of us Homo Sentinel. .ti,.
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Lot Us Adviso You
About Your Holiday Advertising
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Tlio Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 South King Street ,
175 BERETANIA STREET
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGAROBA BEAN MILLS
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STREET
Weekly II u 1 1 c 1 1 u if 1 per year,
You want ft new HAT far tho Holiday Season, nnd a new
SHIRT, too. , i.fcu...l
We'll show you soaic Jine lines at prices you Ott't
HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT v'',r-,,n
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
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