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r.VENINO nULLnTIN, HONOLULU, T. H FIUDAY, DEC. 18, 1910.
Big Reductions In Ail
1 ' ," l"-i
For One Week Only
Original cost and present value entirely discarded. Here
aic n lew of the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS
Pormer Prkcs. .. .ttn.00 $17.50 $18.50 SCU.00 $2i".00 $3S.OO
Deduced to 0.00 11.50 12.50 13 50 15.00 18 50
LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
limner I'rltcs $l2.r.o S1G.U0 $17.50 $tfi,r.O $20.00
Reduced to 7.50 9.00 10.50 10.00 11.50
LADIES' P0NQEE AND CLOTH COATS
Pornier Prices $1(1.50 $18.00 $1!5.00
Reduced to 9.00 11.00 15.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
l'orfncr Prices. .$5, 00 $(!.50 $7,50 p. 00 $10 50 $12 50 $15.00
'Reduced to.... 3.75 4.90 5.75 0 50 7.75 0.25 11.00
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES
Piirnior Prices.. $5.00 $0.50 $8.00 $0.50 $12.50 $11.00 $22.50
Reduced to 3.50 5.00 0.00 0 50 7.50 fc.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
limner) Prlies $25.00 $10 00 $35.00
Reduced to 18.00 21.00 25.00
I'ormer I'rl-os $1.75 $2.00 $2.25 $2.5o $3.00 $3.50
Reduced to 1.25 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25 2.50
GIRLS' DRESSES, White and Colored BIG REDUCTION SALE
FORT STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commissi an
Arthur Sewall fc Co.,'TJatlirTMCeT
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher
General Fire Extinguisher' Co.
" ,'GRINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
Neuinan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the tcccivcr for its beauty and useful
ncss. Imported Chinese gooJs have both these qualities.
Among the articles we arc showing arc DRESS SILKS, SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKERCHIEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Buying "is made easy when you sec this display,
We invite you to call..
Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
011 Nuuanu, near King St.
Secretary Wood Tells of Inter
est In Congrqsses to
Be Held Here.
ConslHtuut support to tho plan ol
liolilliiK n Pun PacinTr.ivcl Congress
In Honolulu In 1011 iiml lo the :ih
neriKer iiKcnts' convention hero In
1011 Is iissnrccl tho Promotion Com
mil tec. In Ills rcisirt to tho commit
I co jestercliiy, xccrctnry it. p Wood
Tito Nov 2,'itli number or "ClilcnRti
Commerce," Hint Iho weekly pulillsli
cil liy the Chlrnpi Association of
Commerce. gles u full piiro to our
Call for n I'nn Pacific Travel Con
Kress to lio hold at Honolulu Kcliril
arj 20th, 1911, comiiicntlnR most fuv
ornlily upon tho plan
A letteis from the Dcpnrlment ol
Cnnimcrco and Lahiir acknowlcdses
tho receipt of a copy of tho Call and
states that duo publicity will be bI
en to tho matter In tho "Unllj Con
solar mid Trado ItuiMirtB' Issued b.
the Dcp.irtiiifnt which Inn) a world
Letters rontlnue to (oino In fioin
leaillnt; rallnny men thiouRhout the
United Slatei and Canada, assuring
the Commltleo that tho plan for hold
Int! the 1U14 Convention of the Ame
rican Passenger AkciiIs Association
at Honolulu will have their support
Distribution of Posters.
Our Distributing Agent for tho Pa
cllle Coast. .Mr. J Walter Scott
writes under date of Dec fitli:
"I will m.ilio tho best jxisslhlu dis
tribution of tho iKisters mid lmlf
cards advertising the 1011 Horal
Parade mid will sco that tho box
wagon docs Sun Pranclsco thoroiighl)
during hollda week, also tho Mist
week In rebrtinr)."
Mr Scott goes on to sny:
"In looking back several cars
when I first took chargo of jolir fold
cr distribution, I icmcmber how hard
woilt It was to get travel started to
ward Hawaii, especially as compared
with conditions now. No one can
MUCbtlon tho splendid icsults secured
by tho Promotion Committee work."
We aro In receipt of the following
letter from Mr, Belli A nice, 707
Alifck-i Ilnlldlng, Seattle, Wash., which
-U.cluvo.uumM.rort. to the lest of our
"I would bo pleased to havo lufoi
million reKiirillng the opHirtunlty for
tclentlflr lsmltry cultiiio near jour
city, It being my Intention to cstab
llsh a ranch with about 10,000 fowls.
Thanking jou In advniico for jour
Floral Parado Advertising.
Wo ato now getting Into. tho Post
Ollko about 20'lfl copies ilafly of tho
special mailing cards nil of which wo
will havo out by the end of tho month
A copy of this card will bo sent to
over Hallway Blullon Agent through
out tho West Northwest and us far
Hast as Chkngo
Jumbo Ncvtr Tried tl
llirm Any of Them
OND evening daddy began his bodtlmo story by nsLlng Erclyn and Jacks
"Children, did you ever hear of Jumbo?"
"I did not," said Jacfc, ami Kvclyn said, "Nor I."
That mado daddy smile. "Well, It you had been living when 1
was a boy," be said, "you would not uced to bo told about Jumbo. Ho wal
the most famous elephant that ever Urol and probably tbo biggest For man)
years bo was tbo pet of tbo chrjdrcn ofiEnglaud, and for three years he madl
tbo children of America happy. Tbcyt liked Jumbo, and bo seemed to Ilk
tbem, ODd It was n great shock to them when Jumbo was killed. What mndi
It particularly sad was tbo wny la which tho big animal lost bis life. lit
might hare been llvlnc to this day If ho had not tried to save the life of a
"Jumbo and tho baby elephant, 'With about a dozen others, belonged to thl
biggest circus in America. lie went traveling around tho country with thi
circus, and tho very Drst tblngithe children wanted to seo when tbey went t
tho show was Jumbo. Ho wnsso big that tbo littlest children and even soon
of tbo older ones wcro just n bit afraid to stand In front of blm, but Jumbo
never tried to harm any of them. Ho was a goodi elephant, and bo was eleven
feet six Inches tall and weighed 12,000 pounds.
"One day tho circus was traveling In Canada. It was necessary to rcmovi
tbo elephants from the circus camp to a railroad train In order to take them
to another town. Jumbo was very, veryfond of tho llttlo baby elephant, nnd
the keepers nhvnjs kept them together. This tlmo tho two were being led oa
tho railroad track toward tbclr train. 'All tbo other elephants but Jumbo, tin
baby elephant and one other had (boon loaded on tbo train, when by somt
mistake a freight train was sent along the track on which the threo elephant!
wcro standing. Tho nlcn beard theiwlilstlo nnd tried hard to get tho aulmali
out of tho way, but It was no uso. Jumlio Just bad tlmo to sco the danger
of his llttlo baby elephant friend bcfnro tho train reached them. Ho picked
the little fellow up In his trunk ana threw him to ouo side of the track,
clear of the rails. Then ho tiled to get off tbo track himself, but it was too
late. Tho train struck blm nnd ltltlcdlhlm Instantly."
"And was tho llttlo baby oluplmntl saved, daddy)" asked Rvclyn.
"I am sorry to tell you thatHt wan not." answered daddy "When Jumbo
picked blm up nnd threw him out of the way of tho train It was with such
force that tbo llttlo animal's legvwas broken. Ho bad to bo shot"
BE CLEANED UP
Promotion Committee .Gets
Report on Parking of Pic
W. II Mclneiny, of the Promotion
CouimltUo. has been doing n Utile,
unlet woik with D. P. U. Isenbcrg.
and llio ii-sult of bis cIToris was jin
nounccd to tho conun.Uie at Its week
ly iiKotliiB jestorduyiifleniooii. Mm
Ittcnbcrg agiees to look alter tho
cleaning up of Punchbowl, particular
ly the crater, and to uuiko It moio
uttinitlvu fm tourists
Steady progress In transforming
Honolulu Jnto u moro pleasing tourist
uuil residence city Is (old In tho to
ports and dlbciisHlons jostonlay aftei-
noon befoio the committee Tho
Punchbowl action Is one of the mod
Important and -Mr Isenb-rg always
n lcnd "booster" readily ngiced to
uiidortako the cleaning up nt tho pic
turusqtio crater It was icyortod Tho
pir-clng of this spot has been con
sidered from time to tlmo
Another phase of the MinpiUn for
"better Honolulu" to bo undertaken
Is Ihu removal of unsUhtlj fences.
Tho comuilltco feels that niitij llti-io
lulu residents with beautiful yanlsnrc
hidden by fences (but are neither
beautiful nor picturesque and a plan
for getting rid of man) ofthesu will
bo Involved. Among other matteih
discussed wcro tho hllllioarils, which
caino In for some condemnation, ihu
closing up of the Atlantic City c.ibl
bit, -which was authorized, and tho
seal city of small houses for rent,
which was commented on briefly.
Thu Promotion Committee has now
on hand n lot of advertising mailer
for the Floral Parado, Including small
posters and stlckors, and business
houses will bo supplied with them,
'Kor Snle" cards at Ilulletln.
AH CHEWS RECOVERY KANALUA
Ah Chew, a jimiiik Chinese, who was
lent lo tho Queen's Hospital jestei
day morning b older ofrj)ottoi Mar
kail Is In a serious condition. Ho
was .suffering fiom tetanus, which Is
fall ly raio In Honolulu,
Air Chew Is a bright looking chap,
including lo his nleuds, who aro sor
ly lo leu u of his trouble. Tho hos
pltnl authority staled this morning,
that bis condition Is such that It Is
doubtful about his ict fiver)
, m m
WHY SUFFER FROM A COLD
when u few drops of Peny Davis'
il'alnklller taken promptly In soiuo
hot water or milk will prevent it? In
25c, 3Sc mid SUc bottles At all dealers.
'For Rent" cards on sale at
h Bulletin ot.rf-a
On Buying or Setting Pictures
How cheerful beautiful Pictures make a home I Chances
to get really food Pictures cheap occur right along. A home
breaks up miilortune comes and Pictures, cottinglarge sums,
are sold for a mere trifle. Watch these chances. Our little
Want Ads frequently tell of them. Maybe you want to 8ell
some Pictures you no longer care for? Try one of our little
Want Ads that go into thousands of homee in this city dally.
It costs but a few penults each visit. Better than attending
or conducting an auction sale, Isn't It?
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
Is the kir.a wc bought for our Winter demnnd. The (roods
m now hown in the s ore All every promise of sustaining
their warranted wearing- durability, as well as the dictates
There is a complete line of SWEATERS for Men, Wo.
men and Children, priced so everyone can own one. The
line will please you as much as they did us when they ar
rived. The DR. DENTON SLEEPING OARMENT for Children
is the newest article we have in stock. The need of these
garments for the little ones is too well known to parents to
necessitate much "sales talk" here. See the line, and the
garment will sell themselves. These goods arc priced in
this store as they are in New York, Ch'cago and San Fran
YEE CHAN & CO.
Conor King and Bethel Streets,
BR0WN& LYON CO., Ltd.
A!cx. Youny Building.
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Where you can find almost everything you
may want for a gift.
Christmas without Toys for the children
would not seem liko XMAS to them.
COME AND SEE THE VARIETY
When w tfet your wtrdcM call tor HELP,
wm wtn coma to the refcuwlth food old
iHHf PRINTER'S INK i
OOD A.0VERTIMNC HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS Ml
mOM riNANOAI, SH1PWRICX
BULLETIN fUBLISHINO CO.. LTD.
Reprints of the latest popular fiction nicely bound
and handsomely illustrated.
Per Volume, 75c ; Five for $3.00
The Christmas Bargain
1 Japanese Cotton Rugs
In sizes from 14 feet x 14 feet down. Attractive designs in
soft blending colors.
NEVER HAVE SUCH RUGS BEEN OFFERED AT THE PRICE.
Chinese Grass Rugs
2x3 to 14x14 Feet.
ON SALE IN THE LARGE ROOM ADJOINING OUR MAIN OF
FICE ON KING STREET,
At a discount from the regular price that will be a gratifying
surprise to the careful buyer.
WE ARE VERY CAREFUL TO IMPORT ONLY THE BEST OF
AND THESE WE ARE NOW OFFERING AT A PRICE FAR BE
LOW THEIR VALUE.
Chinese and Japanese
Plain and Figured
in plain colors, but of three thicknesses. Inlaid in tile ef
fects; prints, neat designs.
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 S. King Street
177 S. King Street
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