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KVHN1N0 I1UM..BT1N, HONOMJMJ. T II., SATURDAY, DHC. 10, 1!10.
Better Buy Today
EXPENSIVE attidcs as gifts arc not the only ones appreci
ated. It's the 'thought iliat noes with ft. Wc call attention
to the many things we sell appropriate to the season and
the purpose. If you have n kind thought for your physician, con
sider the splendid cases and bags wc offer from $2.50 to $10.50.
THERMOS BOTTLES $4.75 to $ 7.00
MANICURE SETS 3.50 to 7.00
GILLETTE RAZORS 5.00 to 7.50
FRENCH AND AMERICAN PERFUMES. . .50 to 0.50
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
INTANTS' PUFF BOXES i. . .50 to 1.50
TOURIST TOILET SETS 4.00 to 0.00
MEDITERRANEAN BATH SrONOES IN
TANCY BOXES t. 1.25 to 2.75
RUBBERSET LATHER BRUSHES 50 to 2.25
IMPORTED BAY RUM 1.00 to 1.75
ALUMINUM SHAVINO MUGS .75
GERMAN WEATHER COTTAGES 1.00
The Slorr.i will brliiK us Sou rounds of HAAS CANDY, koiiiu or
It In r.im bows. Wc will liu pliMvcri to IwioK our order for
uh.ik'er jou think ou can use ami ilclltcr lit jour plcasuro.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort & Hotel Si.
United Society and Sympa
thizers Take Up Matter
pntlilzcrs. The delegation refimed to
commit Ituclf The -consul t lion told
them that unless the' ihanse their
attitude, theh minted, too, will ho re
ported to the Chlnecc government,
Tho local Chinese, arc ury much
u ()l I, I'd up over the latest action of
the consul. Thrj will forwnul peti
tion to the homo government, the
Chlucio minister at Washington ami j
to the chief iiiaglitrale of Canton, to
lomovo the imsul Immedlatulj'.
Consul Yang could nut bo seen this
morning, and hence his sldo of tho
ftory ((mid not he obtained.
TAKE TIME TO SEE
OUR LINE OF 1 '
Toys, Toilet Sets, and
BEFORE SELECTING YOUR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
CHOICE ST03K OF HATS AND SHOES
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
King Stre:t, Next to Fishinarkct
Committee of Threo Named to
Prepare Petition Directed
Against Local Official He
Open declaration of war nf unusual
'Interest Iuih been made between tho
lo ul Chinese Consul, I. lung Kuo
Yang, and local Chinese, represented
by a delegation consisting of Chu
Oem, Yeo Chin, C. K. Al, I.ati Tong
and Ooo Wan Hoy.
I A letter that has aroused bitter
feeling among the "Insurgents" has
been remixed from the consul. As
soon as It wan signed and forwarded
to the delegation, ConsulYaug order
ed the Imperial dragon hoisted on the
i top of the ll.igpntc of the consulate.
And under Its protection, with em
ployes of the lousulatc, he sajs he
Intends to defend tho dignity of tli6
The letter Is In the possession of
the Chinese secretary of tho United
Chinese Soclet) This morning tho
substance of tho letter xvns given out
by William Kxval Pong, the Kngllsh
secretary. Ho declares that the con
sul In tho letter has Insulted the
ChlncFe peoplo of ll.iw.ill and on that
account they will petition the Chi
nese nuthoiltlcg In China and In
i Washington to rcmoxe Consul Yang
as soon as possible.
The petition Is being drafted by a
committee of three members. Ab
toon iib It Is drawn It will be tdgnod
by the officers and members of tho
United Chlnci.0 So.ilety, the Honolulu
Chinese and, In fact by all the Chi
(neso In Hawaii xvho can be won oxer
' lo tno insurgents.
i During the conference of the con
sul and the delegation at the Chinese
Commissioner of Immigration
Kccfe Gives Listenintj
There c.ui be no attempt made at
i Kierclou of laborers on sugar planta
tions. Muni HI iiicj possets a real or
fancied grlcxame concerning the
manner In xvhlch they haxo been
treated, und desire to give vent to
a complaint before Coinmlssloner
(ieiicnil of Immigration .1. D. Kcefc,
now here fiom Washington, U. C.
The humblest Japanese, I'orto Ill
call or rillplnn can gain tho ear of
the olllclal. should he mo deslie. with
out the piescnro of a plantation man
ager or olllclal oxerhearlng n ktory
of accusation or lamentation.
Severn! iIiijb haxc been spent by
Oimmlssloncr Keefo and Uajnioud
llrowii. liiciH'ctor In chaigo at the
local station, In making a tour of the
island piauiniions. iney naxe vimi
ed tho Walalua and Uxva sugar estates.
"1 spent some time In looKIng over
the sugar plantations and what aro
considered large and representative
estates on this Island. I hnxo talked
with the management, oxcrsecrs, hi.
lias, foremen and all grades of labor
ers. I haxo made Inquiry as to the
cost of llxlng. the prlucs that iircvnll
at the plantation stores, wages paid
Tor all classes nf labor and the mini
her or nvallablo working days oh
scrxed on tho plantations. Tho sug
nr factories haxo also come In for
Inspection, and the conditions ob
Commissioner Kccfe spoilt snmo
tlmo In going to the houses occupied
by tho xarloiis r.ires of peoplo ut
work on the plantations.
In order to gain knowlcdgo ()f vari
ous lines of allied Industries pursued
here, ho railed at the Wuhlaxva ptno
The fact that Hostetter't
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For sale by Ocnun, Smith A Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.,
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Htlo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
the attention of the Washington oHl
clal before he has completed his tour
of tho Hawaiian Islands. This Is the
sentiment cxprcrscd around tho lui
Todaj Commissioner Keefo was
present nt the examination of aliens
xx ho had arrlxcd bx the ste.uneis .e.i
ltuulla, from Canada und tho Asia,
from China und Japan.
"1 ojepect to leave on Tuesday, In
tnmpany xvlth Jlr. llrown, for Hn
wall and Maul. He will sail by the
kteamer Mauna Ke.i and will prob
ably return the following xvcoh by the
Tho partj will call tit tho principal
sugar plantations on tlicso islands,
and It Is believed that tho recent inv
portatlon of rilliilnoB xvlll rccelvo
more than passing attention from tho
Wc would specially recommend as
Some of our Imported
Weekly Bulletin Si Per Year
consulate, tho consul, according toll'l',e,,,'?l,iBt,.on'- ". ''If? '"V
one of the dclcga Ion asked them If traHg ,hnt , ie CItvil.
they could guarantee that tho men ho Uon nf ,,, 8UKar ,, ,,I10l,peSi
leported to the Chinese govcrnment Thoro xvlll bo foxv phases of tho
are not revolutionary leaders or sjm- Immigration question that xvlll cscnpo
HAKi:itSni:LD, Cal.. Nov. 1!.
Drugged for a quarter of a mile by
hla shoestring, which had become
fust to a 'row on the pilot of the
engine of the Oil City lljcr, IlrnUc,
man lllatt saved his 1.1 fo by holding
Ills body from tho wheels by mcuiis
of a guard rail he giasiiedus ho
xvas being' spoilt under the engine,
lll.itt held himself vicar of the wheels
while his body bumped over tho tics
until tho shoestring broke and ho
fell clear of the tracks. His plight
was not 'noticed by tho cngino crew.
A lino lino of Holiday Handkerchiefs
The following is the order in our
"MISS DOLLY FROM PARIS" CONTEST !
MERLE LYCETT C0MP0
Coupons given with every 25c purchase.
Arc you not interested in any of the above?
HAWAIIAN FISHERY. Lib.
King Street Fish Market
1. V2, 2 and 3 Hons 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CJflL
875 South, Near King Street
SANTA CLAUS WILL ARRIVE SATURDAY
December lO, at 2 P. M. - Music and Singing at 7 P. M.
Dolls, Trains, Automobiles, DrumSj Wagons,
Velocipedes, Tricycles, Irish Mails
Doll Carriages, Go.-Carts, Trumpets,
Air-Guns, Pop-Guns Animals, Ornaments,
Swords, Electric Cars and Rails,
Baa-Sheep, Engines, Blocks Slates Games
Fortune-Telling Cards Masks,
Bell-Toys Possums, Whipsf Tool Chests,
Tops, Stoves Paints, Tea Sets,
Mechanical Toys, Hobby-Horses, Rocking-
Horses, Shoo.Flies, etc.
Pineapple Silks, all colors,
Linene de France,
Satm - Finish Charmeuse, all
colors, - -22 Vic
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -22V2C
Repp, all colors, formerly 30c
now - - - -17 Vic
VICTORIA LAWNS, INDIA LINN0NS, VICTORIA CLOTH,
PRINTS, SHIRTINGS CHAMBRAYS, NUNS-VEILING.
CHALEYS, INDIAN HEAD all colors, FIGURED MULLS.
WOOLLEN DRESS Q00DS.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, Veils,
Garters, Beauty Pins Hat Pins,
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, Baftcnberg Scarfs and
Doilies, Barretts, 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.,