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EVENING T1UM.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., nil DA V, HIT 9, 1910.
Better Buy Today
EXPENSIVE articles as g fts arc not the only ones appreci
ated. It's the thought Jiat rocs with it. We call attention
to the many things ws sell appropriate to the season and
the purpose. If you have a kind thought for your physician. con
tiilcr the splendid cases and bigs we oiler from . .$2.50 to $10.50.
THERMOS BOTTLES $4.75 to $ 7.00
MANICURE SETS 3.50 to 7.00
GILLETTE RAZORS 6.00 to 7.50
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMES. . .50 to C.50
TOILET WATER 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 BATH SPONGES IN
FANCY BOXES 1.25 to 2.75
RUBBERSET LATHER BRUSHES 50 to 2.25
IMPORTED BAY RUM 1.00 to 1.75
ALUMINUM SHAVING MUGS .75
. ' OERMAN WEATHER COTTAGES 1.00
TIio Sierra will lirliiR us ilio I'miiiilx nf HAAS CANDY, tome or
It In fumy lioxca. We will l plriicocl to book your order (or
wliatvtur ou llilnk you can u,o nml deliver at your pleasure.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort & Hotel St
TAKE TIME TO SEE
OUR LINE OF
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE ST03K OF HATS AND SHdES
WAH YING CHONG CO,
King Stre;t, Next' to Fishmarket
' Weekl.v bulletin $i Per Year
Logan Brings Benet to Inspect
i Fortifications at Ho
nolulu. 1 Next Monday the trnnp'iort I.oRnn
Is due from S.in I'rniiclnro with sev
eral nfflcern for Honolulu. In ludliiR
I.ltiut.-C'ol. J. Walker lionet, chief
orduaiiiH olllcer of tho Department of
r'liliffirnln. wIim rntniM lipfn on In
spection duty. ' 1
' Through iiuiweiiKers Include thonr
lliem and men of the HIkMIi Caval
ry, en route to the I'lilllppliiCK to
iellou the Twelfth, and MaJ.-Hon.
J. Krnnklln Hell, who Roen to Xlnnlla
n commander of the Philippines Di
vision. The headquarters, hand, ma hlno
Rim platoon and Troops A, II, C, K. Ij
and M of the KIrMIi Cavalry arrived
at San Kranclsco from Kort Kohliwon, I
Xeh., Decemher 1 and Immediately!
took up quarters nn the transport I.o-;
Ran, which sailed for Manila on Mon
day. Troop l' from Kort llunchuc.ii
nml Ti-nnn II frnni l-'npt Annrho. nl '
rived the next mornliiR.
I Tho refitment linn hcen ordered to
' the Philippines to relieve the Twelfth
Cavalry, whom two years' service In
the Islands expires this month.
Troops I and D of the regiment were
left at Kort Ilobliihon as caretakers
. until the arrival of the rellevlnc rcR-
, Iment, and Troops (1 and E have heen'
i loft at the Arizona post for the same,
purpose. Tho KlRhth passed through
San KranclFco three years bro when
It came from tho Philippines, whero
1. -, I .., t.V, Mn1.'l..tA.
11 was BUllluili'ii Hi. ruiv ,m iiiiiicj i
and Camp Wallace, whero It Is aRaln(
ordered. Captain Malvern Hill liar-,
mini Is ndjutant of the command,
hnvliiR tho distinction of heliiR horn
on September 3. In tho year 1SC3,
the date of tho famous hnttlc after
which ho Is named.
Other olllcers of tho IIlRhth who
are on tho Iopan are Majors (leorgo
W. Head and Henry S. Ripley; Cap
tains KdRar A Slrmyer, Osmnnd I.a
trohe Jr., IteRlnald K. M Xally, Claud
II, Sweezey, James Longistieot, C'eorRe
K. Stockle, quartcrmnster, and Tlios.
Q. Donaldson Jr.; Klrst Meutebantr
John T. Donnelly, Coleman Durrand.j
Lawrence S. Carson, John Wntson.j
Otto W. Ilcthnrst, adjutant first'
squadron; Jloliert h. Collins, ndjutant
second squadron, and II. II. Sinalley;i
Second Meutcnnnts Krnnlt M. Adams,
quartermaster second squndrnn; Jas.,
I Collins, Frank 13. Davis, quarter-'
master llrst uqiuulron; Klu.if II, KiT.
muiids Klbeit II. raVmaii, Albert Ij.
(Irlrscl'l, Wllll.uu A. McCain, Albeit
II Mueller, quartermaster third
squnilran; Harding Polk and Thomas
3. Shcrbournc: Klrrt Mcntcuniil WII-,
Until O. 'Sllverqoii. chaplain, and Vet-
erliinrlans Hjn J. Stiiti-llft and H. K.
Steele. . I
The other olj ers on the Ix)Rnn aro
Maj.-den. J. FinnMlli'llell, vho bor
dered to command the Philippines Di
vision; Major Henry A. Shaw, medl-j
-iI corps; Captains Peter W. Davison,
Twentv secoi'd Inflntry. alil-de-dnmp
to fleneral ill: T. C. Merrill, gen
ernl s'art coips; W. 11. Oury, Third
Infantry, returning to regiment;
Hubert I,. Cnmwpll, nidlcnl corps; M.
K l.ncke. Third field Artillery, nld-
(Ic-'.'unp to C.enoral Hell; W. I). Shop
erd, Philippine Scouts, returning
from leave; I.. 12. Hansoh, Ninth In
fantry, returning from recruiting
duty, and II. K. Wilson nnd J. II.
Hutchison, Philippine Scouts, both
returning from leave.
Tho Junior officers who nro passion
rpis on the vrxrel nro Klrst (.teuton
nnts William A. Castle, Ninth Cav
alry, returning from recruiting duty;
John J. Kulmcr. Seventh Cavalry, re
turning from le.ne; M. Churchill,
first field Artlllpry, Joining battery;
David D, Ilogaii, medical rcscrvo
corps; A. W. Harry. Philippine
Scouts returnlliz from leave! T. 1).
Ksty, Fourteenth Cavalry, Joining
command from duty at Washington;
Knrl F. Ilaldwln, Coast Artillery
Corps, Joining battery; and Second
Lieutenants M. Logan, Sixth In
fantry, nnd H. O. Hall, Twentieth In
fantry. The fol'owlng officers aro for Hn-
nolulu: Lieut -Col. J. Wnlker llenet,
riiinf nrilnnncp nlllcer of tho Depart
ment of California, who Is on a tour
of Inspection; Captain N. F. McCIure,
Fifth Cavalry. Joining regiment nt
S .hnllcld Harr.itks; Lieutenant W. H.
Ornham, Twenllcth Infantry, joining
nt fort Shatter; Lieutenant It. M.
Parker, Fifth Cavalry; Lieutenant L.
II. Wntklns, corps of engineers, re.
turning from leave, and Lieutenant
Harry It. Vaughn,, Coast Artillery
Corps, joining battery at Fort Do
CRAPE HANGS ON DOOR
OF WHITEjHOUSE BARN
WASHINGTON, November 28. Tho
rci ploxltlcs of tho tariff, the foith
coming message to Congress, the mix
ed condition of affairs In tho Repub
lican party, nil were lost nnd forgot
ten In tho gloom that overspread Ad
ministration circles. "Hlg Hill," Paul
ino Wayne's aristocratic young ctilf,
Is dead. Tho end caino suddenly Inst
night at tho Whllo Hnnsu slnbles.
Drain fever caused death.
Hilo Meeting Heard Views of
Chief Executive on Kau
(SjXCl.ll Hull, till r"crniolilence. )
llll.O, Dec. 8 At a long meeting
held hero Inst night, nt which Gov
ernor Frenr and Mnr.Uon Campbell
met the cltlzum or Illlo, Ilio McUros
son bill was the uinln feature for din
cushion, Tho Governor defunded tho
bill, though he stated It was not his
bill, nml might benefit from amend
ment. Thurston eii Id the bill seemed
to be loose, and belleed It should bo
mcro pli Id In Its provisions. He cau
tioned his hearers to bo careful. In
milking their objections, least they
should kill n plan which would mean
the expenditure of millions In the vic
inity of llllo, A resolution was fin
ally passed as follows:
"Whereas It has been publicly an
nounced that nn amendment to tho
Organic Act will ho presented to Con
gioss at the present session In rela
tion to tho tights of Irrigation com
panies In tho Territory of Hawaii,
"Whereas It In felt that 'tho pro
lioscd amendment, through Its gen
eral character, would bo harmful, nnd
"Whereas, In former cases such
amendments hnvc first been submit
ted to tho Tcrrltorlnl .legislature for
approval before ptescntntlun to Con
Biess, "Therefore bo It resohect: Thnt
tho citizens m Hllo In this meeting
assembled do strongly object to tho
Introduction Id pissngo of tho nforo
sald amendment In Congress until the
snmo shall first hnvo been submitted
to tho legislature of tho Territory of
Hawaii for Its consideration and ni
proal." The matter of changes In County
government was nlso discussed by the
Governor along tho lines as given In
tho recent Interview Riven by him nt
tho Volcano House. Ho added thnt
ho thought thflinnliilenanco of' school
buildings should revert to Ilio Terri
tory, mi ns to hnvo the cntlro school
Rysiotn under cmoheJidi, ,L f ,
Repairs to the Spokane.
The American schooner Spoknno
hns finished the discharge nf her car
go nt Hllo and according to Purser
Phllipps of tho si earner Mnunn Ken
will probably sail for tho Coast about
Saturday. Sho will hno n couple of
days woik repairing her rigging
which wns damaged In tho recent
Whithey & Marsh
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TO SHOW YOU our beautiful assort
NEW AND STYLISH
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Miss Dolly from Paris
HAWAIIAN FISHERY. LTb.
King Street Fish Market
1. IV?. 2 and 3 lions 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON -CO, "
875 South. Near Kinc Street
SANTA CLAUS WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY
December lO, at 2 P. M. - Music and Singing at 1 P. M.
Dolls, Trains, Automobiles, DrumSj Wagons,
Vclocopcdcs, Tricycles, Irish Mails;
Doll Carriages, Go-Carts, Trumpets,
Air-Guns, Pop-GunSj Animals, Ornaments,
Swords, Electric Cars and Rails,
Baa-Sheep, Engines, UlockSj Slates Games
Koranic-Telling Cards Masks,
Hell-Toys Possums, Whips Tool Chests,
Tops, Stoves Paints, Tea Sets,
Mechanical Toys, Hobby-Horses, Rocking-
Horses, Shoo-Flics, etc.
Pineapple Silks, all colors, - - 40c
Japanese Silks, - - 40c
Organdies, - - 15c
Linene de France, - - 15c
Striped Poplins, - - 25c
Satin - Finish Charmeuse, . all
colors, - - - -22I2C
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -22 Vic
Repp, all colors, formerly 30c
now - - -17V2C
VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINN0NS, VICTORIA CLOTH,
PRINTS, SHIRTINGS CHAMBRAYS, NUNS-VEILING.
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, Veils1, .'
Garters, Beauty Pins Hat Pins, A
Handkerchiefs, Ruching, all colors; Hose,
Belts, Pin Cushions, Ribbons, .
Match Boxes, Toilet Sets, Necklaces,
Hat Pin Holders," Powder Jars,
Trinket Holders, Tie Holders Waist
Hangers, Side and Back Combs,-
Jewelry Jars, Lace Coats, Beaded Coats,
Feather Boas, Bartcnberg Scarfs and
Doilies, BrUs, Opera Scarfs,
Belt Buckles Hair Pins, etc.
A Vote Given with Every 50c Purchase. Beautiful Dolls and Carriages Given Away
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
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