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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H. MONDAY, DCC. 5, 1910,
AS Christmas nnoronchcs thoughts go out to friends who nre
la be remembered by gl'ts of inexpensive or costly articles.
Tbc appreciation is kee ler for-uscful things than for those
that arc for ornament only. Wc commend:
THERMOS BOTTLES $4.75 to $ 7.00
MANICURE SETS .". 3.50'to 7.00
GILLETTE RAZORS 5.00 to 7.50
PHYSICIANS' BAGS AND CASES 2.50 to 1G.50
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMES. . .60. to 0.50
TOILET WATER s .75 to 2.00
HAIR BRUSHES 1.00 to 5.00
HAIR BRUSHES, MILITARY 3.75 to 8.00
SMOKERS' SILVER SETS . . . : 4.00 to 7.50
INFANTS' PUFF BOXES 50 to 1.50
TOURIST TOILET SETS 4.00 to 0.00
MEDITERRANEAN BVTH SPONGES IN
FANCY BOXES 1.25 to 2.75
RUBBERSET LATHET BRUSHES 50 to 2.52
IMPORTED BAY RUM 1.00 to 1.75
ALUMINUM SHAVING MUGS .75
GERMAN WEATHER COTTAGES 1.00
Haas' Candy, Sachet Powder, Mirrors
Aluminum Di hiking Cups,
Any of them will be appro I tnl by uiiyuno fortunate enough to
be the rculplcnl.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort & Hotel Sb
There is just this much about it:
Dandruff is a germ disease, Is
to baldness. When chronic, it
is very stubborn, but surely
yields to thorough and energetic
treatment. All germs must be
destroyed, the scalp must be
restored to licaltfi. Here is the
remedy: Aycr's Hair Vigor.
A:k ycur doctor r.bout using it.
Ayer's Kair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
NEW - TO-DAY
TAKE TIME TO SEE
OUR LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE STOCK OF HATS AND SHOES
WAH'YING CHONG CO.,
- King Strest, Next to Fishmarket
A special tucctltiK of the Btochhnlil
cjb of tho O.iliu Country Club, Mil.,
will bo liclil on the Alexander YomiR
Hotel root Kiinlcn Thurwlay evening,
December X. 1910, sit 8 o'clock.
AI.I.KN C. KOIUNSON,
Children's ilaiiclni; duns every Krl-
ilay nfternoon In Odil KcIIowh Hall
at .IttlO o'clo U. Private lesbona by
appointment, t'hnito 1717. '
MISS 11AZKI. IHJCKIiAXD.
Weekly Bulletin 1 Per Vcar
.mim) i.i(juii) cuiiiis kczi:ma.
Skin BUffercrs! Drop greasy salves
unil nasty meillclncs. That mllil,
soothing liquid, I). I). I). Prescription,
Btois tho uwful Itcli with the first
acknowledged value. Get u bottlo at,
drupe. A doctor's prescription of
Honolulu Drug Co.
21S5 filllorlnl ruoim 22KG
litiylni'HH olllrr. Throe are the tele
phone numbers of Die llulletln.
POLO TO COAST
Brilliant Season In California
Is Predicted By Visiting
Followers of Sport.
Since tho game of polo first start
ed on the Pwlflc Court there never
hns been n brighter outlook for n
brilliant siwoii than this fall. Play
em nre nlnaily arriving fiom the
Hast anil are neicmhllng on the
gioitnds of tho Coronndo country
Hub, where the annual champion
ships nrc held In March. This club
has considerably Inercited the popu
larity of the game by offering mag
nlllcent trophies as well its building
an establishment which 'Is the must
complete hi this 'ountry and, poi.
Blhly, In tho world. Pin. era from
Kngland who have played In moat
places where the gamo Is popular de
clare Hint nowhere Is thcro n better
ilclil.thnti the tournament Held of
tho club, wlillo the stabling, nccom
modatlons are unsurpassed, thcro ho
Ing 200 hot stalls on the grounds.
The polo te.ii.ou In Southern Cal
ifornia started December 1 and will
last until' the middle of April. Major
Colin (Jcorge Host, tho captain of
tho Cotoumlu team, has returned
from a trip to his ranch In Alberta
nnd brings the good news that ii Ca
nadian tc.uu will arrive at Coronado
tho end of November nnd will play
there all winter. This team Is tho
Calgary team, and Is mnilo up of tho
following plnjcrs: A. Hone, Condo
I.andale, J. Notnn, 11. Itohertson.
Chcevor Cowdlu of Moadowbrook
nnd lti:knvay, N. Y is now at
Coronado and will spend the winter
there. Cowdln is awaiting tho ar
rival of Malcolm Stovcnsou, II. 8.
and J. C. Philips, who will play with
lilm on a team called tho Itockaway
team and who will divide their time
between Coronado and San Mateo,
whero tho Philips duo liavo taken the
houso of the lato D. O. Mills for tho
winter. Another early nrrlvnl at
Coronado Is Captain .1. Campbell lies
ley, who. captained tho Hcrmoslllo,
Mexico, team last year aUTcdfoundo.
Captain llcslcy Is chipping Ills ponies
to Coronado. where ho Intends to
winter, l'rom the City of Mexico
Individual players nre coming to Cor
onndo' to make- un'n team and to en
ter 'the contest for tho All-Amerlcan
polo trophy; valued at J4000, which
Is presented by members of, the Cor
onndo country club and which Is ton.
tested for yearly at the club, pro
vided thcro are two or nioro entries
foreign to Callfornln entered In the
tournnmetit. This Is, of course, j
tertnlnty, ns the teams from New
York, Canada nnd Mexico nrrf al
Tho -mp wns won hut car by nn
KiiBTlrli"tc.un"miiilo"Tif'rir V. A.'OIHf
Major 0. W. Hobion, Mnjor Homer
I.tar.l.lcutcnniit .IVJI, .Unrmlullj tho
latter of tho Twentieth "hussars, ti'a'
tlrrcd In Ireland. They took tho cup
to Hnglaml with them nnd put It on
exhibition at Unnriiigh, . tho finest
IKilo club In, tin, old coulitry, wheio
thousands of pcoiVe hiterbiitcil In the
Miort saw It. Thoy will cither hns
to rome t-nrk to defend their title
or forfeit their right to tho same, Tho
cup will ho returned to 'this country
in tho near futuro nnd will he on ox
hlbltlonnt Shrove & Co.'s In San
rianclsco, tho makers of this beau
On tho Coast there will ho tennis
nt llurilngamc, Santa Dnrliaru, Pas
ndonn. Riverside nnd Coronado. The
latter team has already started prac
tise and whtn tho Canndlans ar
rive expect to play threo times u
week nnd have several minor tourna
ments. There nre n number of
younger players who wll bo much
benefited lij tho fact that In futuro
polo will he played under American
rules on tho Coast nnd that each
player will lib hnndlcnppcd, tho bo
gluucrs having ns good a chnn'o a
tho more experienced plncrs.
At tho tournament held recently
nt Nnrragansott pier u professional
umpire named Holmes was used nnd
It hns rhnnged the gamo of polo. It
was thought .that tho American gnnio
wns considerably iu6ro dangerous
than tho English game, but this Idea
lips been exploded by the regularity
of the gamo as conducted by Holmes.
It wiiB found most satisfactory by nil
tho players and ho has been reen
gaged for the next tournament. Only
one nccldcnt occurred at Narrngan
sctt pier and this wns cntlroly tho
fnult of the Intllvldiinl who commit
ted It, ns ho wns very rush nnd not
Tho dntes nlrcady settled for tour
naments nre: '
., Coronndo.'Junuary' 1, 1911. .,
' Riverside, February 10 to 22,
Coronado (championships), March
23 to A,prll Ii, 1911.
Pnsndctin,' April 6 to 12'..
Whitney & Marsh
We will be only TOO PLEASED
TO SHOWtOU our, teauttftil assort
NEW' AND STYLISH
. JUST RECEIVED
Get Your Coupons for
"Miss Dolly from R
Tho Andersons who arrived by to
day's steamer nro friends of tho I-oug-vtotths.
nnd will mnko quite n stay in
Hawaii.'- Congressman and Mrs. .ong
worth wcio planning to como to tho
Islands, but owing to tho turn of tho
elections Mr. Longworth finds himself
busier than ho expected.
Tho opinions of ii man who em-
iilmalvna l.lu nrttiimnnlii wllli lilil IIhI
urn not In bo msiiocted not much fur- h Wv 2 and 3 Hons 45 H,
ther than ho can reach. HONOLULU POWER WAGON
Even the lowly dealer In old Junk 875 South, Near King Street
Is apt to bo a man of nictiil. Phone 2160
Grand Display of Holiday Goods
Dolls, Trains, Automobiles, Drums, Wagons,
Velocopedes, Tricycles, Irish Mails '
Doll Carriages, Go-Carts, Trumpets,
Air-Guns, Pop-Guns, Animals, Ornameh'ts,
Swords, lilectric Cars and Rails,
Baa-Sheep, Engines, Blocks Slates Games
Fortune-Telling Cards, Masks,
Bell-Toys, Possums, Whips, Tool Chests,
Tops, Stoves, Paints, Tea Sets,'
Mechanical Toys, Hobby- Horses, Rocking-
Horses, Shoo-Flies, etc.
Pineapple Silks, all colors, - - 40c
Japanese Silks, - - 40c
Organdies, - - 15c
Linene de France, - - 15c
Striped Poplins, - - 25c
Satin - Finish Charmeuse, all
colors, - - - -22V2C
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -22V2C
Repp, all colors, formerly 30c
now 17 Vic
VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINN0NS, VICTORIA CLOTH,
PRINTS, SHIRTINGS CHAMBRAYS, NUNS-VEIUNG,
CHALEYS, INDIAN HEAD all colors, FIGURED MULLS,
WOOLLEN DRESS G00DS,ETC.
THEY MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE DRESSES
for LADIES, GIRLS and CHILDREN.
AUTO COATS and VEILS.
Beaded, Jet, 'Seal, Russia, and Calf Hand
Bags; Lace, Beaded, and Jet Fans,
Laces, "Embroideries, Nets, Vcil,
Garters, 'Beauty Pins, Hfat Pins,
Handkerchiefs, Ruching, all colors; Hose,
Belts, Pin Cushions, Ribbons,
Match Boxes, Toilet Sets, Necklaces, .
HatvPin Holders, Powder Jars,
Trinket Holders, Tie Holders Waist'
Hangers, Side and Back Combs,
Jewelry Jars, Lace Coats, Beaded Coats,
Feather Boas, J3aftenDcrg Scarfs and
"Doilies, Barrcl's Opera Scarfs,
B-'lt Buckles, Hair Pins, etc.
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A Vote Given with Every 50c Purchase. Beautiful Dolls and CarriaesGiven Away
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd., Aiakea st,
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