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How mmy really Useful Articles are on it. Why not select gifts that will be a pleasure and a satisfaction 365
days in the year for many years to come, such as the following:
Things Electrical for Xitiii feiltl
Substitute tiny Electric Lamps
for candles in decorating the
Safer, cleaner, and much more
convenient. Flowers, Nuts,
Birds, etc., reproduced in tiny
electric lamps, make charming
Infinite variety in
design and price
Water, Heate.r$i jrS
' ,..!t.- Si V1 Chafing Dishes
Toaster .Stoves . -Cigar
Tea Kettles . ..
Washing Machines. : .,
THE HAWAilAN ELECTRIC -CO., Xtd,
3 OUR STOCK IS NOW COMPLETE
A few of our prices
SOLID GOLD BRACELETS $8.00 up
SOLID GOLD BROOCHES 1.75 On
SOLID GOLD BEAUTY PINS ,60 Up
SOLID 14-k GOLD WALCHES with ELGIN
or WALTHAM MOVEMENTS $19.00 up
We sell all other goods in proporlion and guaran
tee the quality.
M. R. Counters
1142 Fort Street
BIG AERIAL ACTS PLEASE CROWDS ATM CIRCUS
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AUMY AND NAVY
V V. ii-MW?!
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of tlie receiver for its beauty and useful
ness. Imported Chinese goods have both these qualities.
Among; the articles wc are showing arc DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying is made easy when you see this display,
We invite you to call,
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
041 Kuuanu, near King St.
Sliorwooil Mugco, llio Philadelphia
outfielder wllli im average- of .331
kIuiiiIh on! as tin) boat batsman of ttiu
National league last season In lliu of-'
llelal batting nvorngea of (ho leagtio
for 1010, iniiilo public .November 27.
t'riuidnll ot Now York and (inodo
of Huston outrank MaKCo In tlio iivcr-l
ages, I) lit tlicy took part In Iojs than
.'.() games each, mi that thu honors by
goticrnl content no to Magce, who!
played In 151 Ramon.
Campbell of Pittsburg followH Ma
geo with an uvenmo of .S'iG, anil llnf
tuan of Ctilcago In eliiho bolilml with
.325. BnodKrasa of Now Vork wjth
.321 anil WuRnrr of I'lttshurK, thu
loailor last Eeapon, with .320, lire oth- j
ci'H in tlio roinpuny of heavy hltturn.
Hotelier of Cincinnati leaili ho
basu stealers wlih 70 stolen bases.
Knalio oi I'hllailulphla IciiiIh the nie-
J rlllco hlttorf, with 37 lilts of (lib
A wlco widow Is dlFcropllv Rllent.
when sliu seta lior caj for No. ". )
YALE'S SEASON SCORE
AUIioiikIi tlio Yulo football eleven
Unlabel! lis season In ' rcmatknblo
stylo, lis work for tlio yonr shown tlio
smallest total of points inailtt by liny
Ynlo olovun bIiimi tho k:iiiio Iickuii.
Their srot'o for ten uanios was 90 to
llrown'H Raino with tlio Amherst
Agricultural team brought tho lMov
Idenco men's total e!o'o to tlio 2U0
mark, whllo I'lltsbitrB anil tho Car
llslo Indians nro tho only Important
teams this tcnion with over 200
polnta lo their credit. Annapolis Is
tho only Knstcrn flrht-nilo loam that
has not vet been scored on. Their
rival, West 1'olnt, has been Fcored on
Tho point totals of tho more l.n
portaut 1 "listen! teams uru as fol
lows: Harvard, Kin-.' (nine values).
Yale, D0-3U (10 Raines).
I'llnccton, 101-.', (elulit games).
IVmisylvntiln, nt-13 (10 i;anio.).
Cornell, Hi9-32 (runti cames).
Army, tC-U (seven games).
ARE OFF FOR CUBA
mihAUKM'IIIA, Nov. !C Nino of
tho twelve players of tho champion
t'lilladclphla American InRiio base
ball cli'b lcrt this city this mornlDK
for Now York to board ft steamer for
Culm. Tho players will arrlvo In lln
ir" next Wednculay, and will open
wi. names with tho Detroit team ot
tlio American Lciikuo thcro )n' I)u
ccmbcr 2d nnd 3d. Tho players who
will miiko up tho I'lilhulolplila team
nro; Catchers Uipp nhd .Tlionmsj
ritchers l.'oudor, Coombs and Thom
as; I'lrst llasinian Davis, who will
captain tho team; Second Itasemnn
I Derrick, Shortstop Harry, Third llaso
mnn Jlclnnls, Left Flcldor llartzel,
Center Fielder Lord nnd Illght Klold
Navy, 86-0 (nlno Kiimoa).
Ilipwn, 183-1 (nliiH Ramos).
I.ifayet.c, !)4-21 (eight RKini-).
Carlisle, 22t.r, (13 Rallies).
riltshuiR. 271-0 (olRlit r:iiiio).
I'eniuyluiiilu, state, 101-10 ('Ivo
Earon Von Steuben Statue.,
Last Wednesday tho unveiling o
the statute of General Ilnron Vo
Steuben took place In Washington
with proper ceremonies.
Major-Ociicriil William II. Caite
was marohal of tho parade, un
troops from five points in Mary.lan
and Virginia, besides theso. Iron
Wnihtngton, took part In tho paradi
The following woro dcslgiialcil li
general orders of tlio department:
I'ort Mycr, Vr. Jlcadiiuurton
band alid 1st Squadron, IGth Cav.
under sinuuind of Col. Joseph Gar
ard, IGth Cav.; headquarters am
2nd rtatlnllon, 3rd l'lold Art., undo
:omiiiniul of Major J.uclcn (1, llorrj
3rd Field Art., by marching.
Washington Harm );. I), C En
Klneer band, and hendquarters ail'
1st Dattullou ot Engineers, unile
command of Major William i, lar
den, C. H., by marching.
A detachment eoimlttlng or flv
non-coinnilEsloiied olllecrs, nnd twqn
ty prlvntosi 1st Ilnttallon of Kngrs.
to bo felocted by tho battalion com
mandcr, will bn sent to report to 2u
l.leut. llonry C. Pratt, 4th Cav.. tit 1
o'clock p. m., on tho dato mention
ed, at tho northwest corner ot Liifay
ette Park, In full drets uniform uni
side arms to assist the police forci
of tho olflre of Piibll- Ilulldlngs am
11 rou ml 3 during the eorcmoiilcii. ,
Fort Howard, Mil. Four com
panics, C A.. C, under command o
Col. Adam Sinker, C. A. C by rail
Fort Washington, Md, Five com (
panics, C. A. Cj. uiider cmnmand o
Ueut.-Col. llonry C, I)avlsi C. A. C
by qunriermuster's boat, If 'avallablo
If not, by commercial boat.
Fort Mcllenry, Md. Two com
patilcs, C. A. C under command o
Major (Jeorgo F. Landers, C. A. C, b;
Fort Hunt, Vn. On'o company, C
A, C, under tho post commnndcrk b:
tho qnartenunhter's or commercla
boat that 'tonvcys the troops iron
Tho enlisted jtrpngth of each com
pauy of Coast Artillery will coilsls
of eight complete sets of- fours,
'IN' TriE SbKlMER SEASON
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children nverlndulgo lueatlng frnl
wllh Ktonmrli pains as n roimoin:nc
mnlhero rlinulil have mi hand Pa'
killer (Perry flavin1). 2Ce s:e an
Panama Canal Laborers Do
Biggest Day's Work in
Honor of President.
COLON, Panama, Nov. 17. Presi
dent Tart Is aa happy as a child with
i new toy today following the receipt
if a telegram from tho men employ
ed on tho Oatuu Dam. It road as fol
lows: Four thousand, four hundred and
,'orty cubic yards of concrete wero
laid on tho Oatim .Locks, and 610 on
ho flntiin Spillway In appreciation ot
tho visit of the President. This Is a
ccord for a day's work that will
(Signed) THE MEN.')
Denies Annexation Report.
President Taft has effectually ills
used of tho rcytort that tho United
Jtatcs was likely to annex Panama.
t 4i dinner given In J'annma in his
tonor by President Aroscmcnn, nnd
rtteiiilcd by 200 omcials, diplomats
'tid merchants, Taft aroused tho
'rcnlcst enthusiasm when ho .declar
ed tho American pcoplo would foci
ittcrly dishonored In annexing Pa
lama unless Komo conduct on tho
witt of tho Pnuaman (icoplo left no
This contingency Toft ,wns euro
Vould never nrlsc,
"Tho Ml th of tho .Republic of Pa
latini nnd tho peculiar interest which
the United Stales has had slnco that
drth In Panama's wolforo and proa
lorlty, h.ivo found a common causo
n tho construction of tho Panama
"auial," said tho PresfoVnt. "Tho
reaty between the two countries
nado.tho United Stutos tho guarnn
or or tho Panama Republic, llicre
'oro, in n sense, tho guardian of thn
ihertlcs. otr her people, secured by
luarantce Would Da Violated.
"Wo have xuarantccd your Intcrgrl
) republic, nnd for us to annex
'crrltory would bo to violate that
tuarantoo, nnd nothing t.would Justify
t on our part so long ns Panama por
orms her part tinilor tho treaty.
"I wish to tunko this statement as
emphatic as posslblo, becaiiso Irrc.t
lonslblo iicrsons, without tho slight
's! foundation In fact, have started n
'uninr that my visit tn tlio Isthmus
's for tho purpose of promoting an-ncxatlon.-xt
hen .nothing could be fur
ther from tho triiih.''
In the very la'cit designs, and
the largest assortment ever
Watches,. . ,
Of.thcbeit makes (or ladies
and Gents. In prices to suit
That will be the pride of any
nhat will make the best ot holi
We will be pleased to show you
nything in the lines corned, ...
H3 Hotel St.
HYCROFI'S FOUNTAIN SODA
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose. Throat. ,1,130 Ala.
e street, (opposjte BoyaJ Jflawal an
'oUl). Hours: 9-12:30 and' 1:30-
30. Sunday. 10-11. Evenings by
ppointment. Telephone 3021.
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