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EVENING T1UM.ETIN, HONOLULU. T II. MONDVV. DEC. 19. 1310.
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BOOK YOUR ORDERS NOW
WE OFFER AS HOLIDAY
SUGGESTIONS FOR GIFTS
Silver Shaving Sets
NO REDUCTION 'DOCTOR BAHLES LOW PRICES TO
' FORPULLMANSi WITH CRAZY MAN MISLEAD PUBLIC
Company Offers to Sell Berths, Insane Patient Dies When He Butchers Say Beef Trust Mag
For Less, But Roads
Is Finally Tied Hand
CIIK'AOO. Dcr. 1. All offer of tlioj I'UNMJTAWNKY, IM., Dec. 1. Ill
I'ulliiMii Company to icdtice tlio rates the I'ltiiiutiiwiicy linspllnl today Dr.
f(ir iiiitr licrlhs 2D per rout. whcio C. Montgomery battled fir III
lower liorllm waiu more (linn $1,511. to. life with nil limine patient, Mlclincl
make llu price of upper $1.25 m it
ml ii 1 tn ii in ami reduce mine lower
berth rates, wan opposed bcfoio the
Marktucc, who died two houra aft
Dr. Montgomery wni Hilinnioned t(l
Haas & Son's
HOOK ORDERS TODAY
BENSON, SMITH & CO.. Lid.
Fori and Hotel
! interntiite rommeieo coniiiilitstlmi Itero , the wnnl h cries of u nurse, who
,liy nttornejK general of four Htutea li:til been attacked hy the num. Tlio
inn! hy two railroads, (doctor trlcil to quiet lilm. hut was
! The offer left unchanged the I'ull- himself nt.liirl.ril. An orderly hur-
in.in e,it rates anil wan to becnjne ef-.rlcd to his nirlslance, hut was kiio?k-
fcrtlto on approval hy
From Dcth Sides.
MnrkliiKC was choking llr. Mont
Rimiry to (loath when Superintend
Opposition In the plan wim offered ctl , ,, (Jrll) rrlvcd. I'or fifteen
hy tlio rallioads' nllesatlon that Ihoy
iiMiiild lime to Klnnd iart of the les-
soiled irlio and hy tlio ntloiuejs kcii
) cral heentisa tlio reduction was lint
i Commissioners l.sino mid Cl.ir'i
'were confinuted Mh an offer of nil-
! untiiry reduction. which the rallroadi
' said was too iniirli nnd tho stale of-
HchlH called too small. Tlio uhnln
l niatlcr ranto In n combining of all
1 roniplilnlH against tho sleeper rales
In one hearing. New rates proposed
hv the company Ineliido those: St.
I'iiiiI or Minneapolis to Seattlo audi
minutes the struggle continued ho
foio Marhluse was strapped to his
lied. Ills death quickly followed.
MANY ARE BOOKED "
FOK VOLCANO TRIP
There Is a cli.in o that the Muiiua
Ke.i will be a Very full boat when
blio leaves for the lolcano, via Hllo,
on thu 'night of December ;I0. So
iniich lit to be seen at the crater these
diijs that a denlie to go Is working
Weeklv Bulletin Si Per Vcar
BOUGHT TO PLEASE
The fancy of the Christm j buer was our thourjhf when buy
"UK for the 1010 Holidav tiad' That wc cauf-ht thcit fancy we
believe from the daily showin ; cf satisfaction by our customers.
The Holiday line is as c mplctc as judicious buying would
permit. The Toy Ine is uns ra'tcd. A flue display of Orasv.
Linen. When marketing, enr en to oar store. We will make you
welcome, even though you do act buy.
WAH YING CHONG CO.,
KING STREE EWA K3H3IARKET
' I I.. !. I.. ...... .. .....I... ....Illn til Mil
Pacific Coast points. $11: New York "' "'" "" i"-"i"
to New Orb-ins. $8; Chlcigo to San '" 1U uccoai.aodated. There Is no
Krnnclseii $13. j better time In the jear to ilslt the
The former Mlnncsota-racinc Coast crater and the Ihc has noier coiercd
rate was $12: Ihat from Chicago l." l'Kor nica than at picsont. The
Fan Francisco $11, I Island furiut.il In tho center Is giow-
Another Hejrlrn. inK In mulct , and those who ro to tho
The commission will hour iiirthef . lolcano for ihc llrtt time will have
arguments I an opportunity to tee what Is not vls-
Tli Orent Northern Itiillrnnd. Iblo I" niiy other part of tho world
which owns Its own sleeping cirs.j an Island sunounded hy molten lava
piotesled against tho promised rediic that swashes aRiilnst Mb sides an
tlon on the Riimnd tint It would Ini" water on the shines of Oahii. The
to meet tho reduction nnd would liavu ride from (ilenwood to the Volcano
to stand the entire loss. Tlio t'hlca- Mouse Is not the least enjoyable part
ro Milwaukee &. St. Paul, which nlso ()r tho trip. There aio autos to carry
owns Its own hlecprrn was leprcsent. p.irieliRcri:-. and the view u( tho ohla
cd but maile no comment on the pro- fores and the enormous koa trees
ym"For Rent" earls on al
Chlldron's daiicliiR claws every I'rl-
day ufteriKHiu I. Odd follows' Hall
at 330 o'clo It. l'rlvato iqsMins by
appoliitment I'lioiio 17-1.
MISS 7... IIUCK1.AND.
furnish thjtourlst added pleasures
on tho Joiflney". Thoo who desire
accommodations had better book lit
the lnter-lslaud S. N. otllce before
It Is too late to Ret Rood berths, l'iiro
for tho trip from Honolulu to the
eratc'r nnilirotiirnf iwvqrltjs all cx
pciiscs, will bo thirty dolluis.
"I'm Rlad w-e doli't live In China."
tald little 'Oswald, "It must bo aw
fully tlretoir.e (ti havo It daik all day
and tho sun shining at nlfiht."
nates Are Dodninrj
CIIICACiO, Doe, 8. "All this talk
if reduced prices for meats has no
foundation In fact. The IiIr pack
ers, alarmed hy impending Federal
prosecutions, are trylnj to curry fa
vor with the public and to make the
ictaitcr tho 'goaf In Iho w'liolo af
fair." i ,
This Is tho explanation hero of tho
United .Master Hoteliers of Chicago
of tho Interviews recently Riven out
hy .1. Og'ilcn Armour and other "beef
barons." in wlil-h the assertion was
nitulo that meat prices were on tho
toboggan and that the consumer
would booh find It cheaper to cat
porterhouse rtcak than to go hungry,
packers," said the master butchers'
iihscnihlcd In regular meeting, "not
in newspaper Interviews, hut by sign-'
ed contracts, that they will rediiro'
the prlco of meats to a certain
amount ,nnd keep them reduced for,
say, three months, we will bo glad
to make corresponding reductions to
our customers." j
There Is no doubt tho retail butch-j
crs of Chicago uro angry. Tales of,
alleged Impositions by tho parkora'
wero told at the meeting, and tho
eliarce was made that tho statements
of reductions already, put through
were not borne out hy facts,
"We nrc helpless," said Vlce-1'rcs-Ident
IMwnrd Levy of tho Hatchers.
"We don't make big profits. Thcy(
snv. 'Wliv, you pay 12 1-2 rents Tor
lamb and charge 25 cents.' llnt
what do wc charge 25 cents for? Kor
six pounds of chops that come out
of n 10-pound lamb. All the other
cutB nro lower, anil If wo make 50 1
cents on a lamb that costs $5 wo nro.
"You must remember that thoi
pirkers mnkc their own terms when
they sell to us. We pay 12 1-2 rents
n pound, not only for the almost un
salable flanks and the breasts, hut
also for big wooden sticks that they
put In them mid for worthless
plucks, tho liver lungs and heart.
And lots of times we get stuck wnrso
The butchers nro unnulninus n
saving Unit ment prices aro appre
ciably lower than they wero nt this
tlnio last year, but object to tho
packerB giving out the Idea that
henvy prlco cuts arc to bo expected
cither nt once or in tho near future.
Whitney & Marsh
The following is the order of the first five contest
ants up to Thursday evening in our
"Miss Dolly from Paris"
The totals can be seen at our store.
Wc are making a special showing during this week of
"Dorothy Dainty" Ribbon d
being nicely boxed, they make a pretty present.
Our assortment of HOLIDAY GIFTS is complete
with a full display of USEFUL ARTICLES.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY. LTli.
King Street Fish Market
GRABOWSKY TRUCK '
1, Wv 2 and 3 Hons 45 H. P.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
875 South, Near Kinfj; Street ""V
SANTA CLAUS HAS ARRIVED
Music and Singing at 7 P. M.
Dollsf 'I' rains, Automobiles, Drums Wagons,
Velocipedes, Tricycles, liish Mails
Poll Carriages,. Go-Carts, Trumpets,
Air-Gwns, Po)T(.iuns Animajs, Ornaments,
Swords, Iilectric Cars and Rails;
Baa-Slu-ep, Engines, Blocks Slates Games
Fortune-Telling Cards Masks,
13cll-Toys Possums, Whips Tool Chests,
Tops, Stoves Paints, Tea Sets,
Mechanical Toys, 1 lobby-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,. - - - -22 Vc
Cotton Pongee, all colors, - -22J2C
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 GOODS.ETC.
THEY MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE.
BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF READY-MADE DRESSES
for LADIES, GIRLS and CHILDREN.
AUTO COATS and VEILS.
A Complete Stock of
All Styles, Shades and Sizes
Former Price, $ 6.50, now selling for $ 4.00
. 9.00, ,, 6.00
11 - , 2.oof 7.50
i J3-5i 11. 8.50
ii '7'5 . 1 l.co
eautiful Serge Suits) - 1 3.5 o
These prices will last tor one week; only
See window display. Store open evenings
A Vote Given with Every 50c Purchase. Beautiful Dolls and Carriages Given Away
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,