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nvnxiNo nuM.nm Honolulu, t h utdxesday. nnc 21. mo
Big Reductions In Ail
A Man's Store for Ladies
New York Sportiny Writer Se
lects Meh Who Have Won
Honor on Football Field
President Stated to Have
Erred In Fitjurintj
' ' Expenses.
"For One Week Only
Original cost nntl present value entirely disregnrded. Here
arc a few of the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS
nirmcr l'rlcos. ...1C00 17 Su $18.r.O $20.00 $25.00 $32.00
Reduced to 0.00 11.50 12.50 13.50 15.00 18.50
LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
l'ormor 1'rlros 12.5 $1S.00 $l7.r.O $lfi.r,0 $20.00
Reduced to 7.50 0.00 10.50 10.00 11.50
LADIES' PONGEE AND CLOTH COATS
Former l'rlcos $18.50 $18.00 $2Ii.OO
Reduced to 0.00 1J.00 15.00
LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Knrnior l'rlcos. ,$r..00 $C.n0 $7.r.O $0.00 $10.C0 $12.50 $15.00
Reduced to.... 3.75 4.90 5.75 0.50 7.75 0.25 11.00
LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES ',
former Prices.. $5.00 $fi.50 $S.00 $9.50 $12.50 $11.00 $22.50
Reduced to 3.50 5.00 G.00 0.50 7.50 B.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
rnrmor Prices $25.00 $:10.00 $35.00
Rcdaccd to ; 18.00 21.00 25.00
former Prl:es $1.75 $2 00 $2.25 $2 50 $3.00 $3.50
Reduced to 1.23 1.50 1.75 1.00 2.25 2.50
GIRLS' DRESSES, White and Colored BIO REDUCTION SALE
FORT. STREET. OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCH
Talcum Powder, 15c
Tooth " 15c
"' Paste, 20c
Shaving Powder, 20c
Extracts, 25c, 50c, 75c.
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO, Ltd.
93-95 King' Street
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
fJIUNNElX AUTOMATIC SPRINKLES)
Neuiaan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munioh Fire Ins. ,Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
tHEf HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
Haia and Kalac and will prosecute all persons found
fishing' in these reserves.
.HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
Kino Street Market.
Center Cozens (I'oiinsjlvniiln).
Quarterback -SprackllnK (llniwn).
JInlfbackH l'emlleton (t'rlnceton),
Fullback Ingeiyoll (l)ai tmoutli)
Kobcrt IMKrcii lias tliu following to
nay about t ho All-America football
team of 1910.
"In heloctliiK tho All-American
football team for tho HOnnnii of 1910
tho' ljfht cxKinciits of both tho old
anil tho now stylo of pluy lme been
taken Into cniistdclallun. It may bo
thai lit the Western universities thero
aio a few plajorn who could displace
wimo of thoso selected from the Hast
eru lenniR, but very little Ih known of
tho Western loams n round Now York,
am) It would not only be Inaccurate
but unfair to attempt to pass upon
the iiunllflcntlnns of theme players.
All around nblllt) as well as a po
clalty must bo taken Into considera
tion, t'or Instance, thero was much
tlilllculty In deciding between Hurt,
of rrliicelou, and IngerKOll, of Dart
mouth, as tho fullback of tho cnr.
Ah a matter of fui.t, IiikcthoII did not
piny fullback nil of tho time, hut tho
playorR mo switched from ouo post
Hon to tho other so often In tho
h.ickflcld that IiikcthoII can ha taken
as a fullback. Kddlo Hart has somo
nthautaRc over IiiRcrRoll in lino
plunKhi)? nnd ho was his equal In
tackling, but lugcifcoll was tho best
I unlet' of tho season, and that de
cided In his faor. In tho team Be-
lectod It will be noticed that It would
bo without n Rood kicker hut for tho
selection of Ingersoll. l'emlleton Is a
Koixl kicker from placement, and ho
did most of tho pinl kicking for tho
OratiKO and Black, but as a punter
there wero many who surpassed him.
Pendleton a Star.
ARnln, thero was difficulty In decid
ing between l'endlcton and Daly, of
Yale, for tho isltiou of halfback,
l'endlcton did not do fo well In his
panic nRjInst Yale, but during the
season ho was tho bright star of thu
ear. l'emlleton Is tho best example
of the exponent of tho new stlo of
football. Ho Is exceedingly fast and
Is ery nccurnto In handling punls.
In running throtiRh a broken field ho
Is tho superior of them all, and that
Is bill a natural conscquenco of his
wonderful speed and nlmhlcncss of
foot In dodging. Daly pfnjcd a sur
prisingly good Ramo for Yalo, but ho
was larking In tho speed dlsplajed
by Pendleton. Tho Yale captain was
fairly good on handling punts, and
ho was ablo to tuako good advances
with the ball. In tho Yalo-Harard
game ho tackled beautifully. If a
second team had been selected Daly
would havo had a position of honor
In tho backfleld.
Thero was no trouhlo In selecting
the ends, KUpatrlck Is In n class by
himself, nnd Daly, of Dartmouth, was
almost as good. It was tho wonderful
work of KUpatrlck that kept Harvard
from scoring, and It was his speed
that enabled tho Ilulldog to bent
Princeton. livery export In the
country In selecting ends will un
doubtedly pick KUpatrlck first. In
tho Princeton gamo Daly, of Dart
mouth, played remarkably good ball,
nnd It was tho dcfcnsUo work that
held Princeton. Princeton would not
bao scored. Daly was so fast and
got by tho opposing ends and "ex
tra men" with such euso Hint ho fre
quently tackled tho catcher of a
punt bsfoio ho could movo from his
Scully and McKay Lead.
At tncklo Scully, of Ynlo, and
McKay, of Hnrvaid, woro easily tho
best. Scully (.bowed reniarkablo abil
ity In hacking up KUpatrlck on thu
end plays, rreipicutly lib got thu
man with tho ball after ho had Rot
by KUpatrlck, McKay's claim to dis
tinction lies In tho fact that nobody
could get by him on a lino pluiiRO
He wns llko n stono wall ovory tlmo
Iliirwud'H lino was nssalled, and 0:1
sooial occasions ho nailed tho run
iter 'without nsslstanco. Two or thieo
times ho broke throiiRh tho lino nnd
got the man with thu ball beforo ho
could get started.
Thero is no doubt about Fisher, of
llamird. being tho best guard of the
scar, and Wilson, of 1'ilnccton, was
utmost us good, ruber hud n won-
del fill knack of blocking kicks, On
account of his height ho wns ablo
lit Jump In thu air and knock down
several well aimed punts. Ho was
unsuccessful In slopping any of
Houe'R ktckH In tho big game, but
earlier In tho seajon his work ac
counted for many of Harvard's touchdowns.
Tho selection of Spinckllng, of
Drown, as nuurlerback was easy He
was undoubtedly tho best man of tho
car In Ms liltlon nnd It Is pietty
rertnln that every lexport In the
country will put him in tho lift.
Spiaekllng did woiidoiful work In
handling punts nnd In secondary do
feiwe ho was u marvel. Ilo randy
cut missed a lucklo und, iioUllli-
WASHINGTON. Dec 12. This
will bo another billion dollar session
of Congress, according to members
of tho Senate and House committees
on appropriations. The reductions In
tho estimates noted b the president
ilro not real reductions, they u), but
simply appear so because of tho sjs
tent of computation emplojed by tho
In his message President Taft said:
"Tho final estimates for the enr
ending June 30, I'll", ns they were
sent to tho (re.isur November 20 for
tho ordinary expenses of tho govern
ment, Including tlnn for public
buildings, rivers nnd harbors nnd the
heavy building program, amount to
(020,491.013.12 This Is $32,1C4,
8S7.8G less than the appropriations
for tho fiscal jcar ending Juno .10,
1911. It Is $ I C.S.sn. 1 r. rt. 1 1 less than
the totnl estimates. Including supple
mental estimates, submitted to Con
gress by tho treasury for the J ear
This does not agree with tho to
tals compiled in the capital. Tho
estimates call for $999,148,805, not
Including appropriations to meet de
ficiencies and for miscellaneous Items,
Tho President did not Include $58,-
000,000 for the Panama Canal, $G1,-
000,000 necessary for tho sinking
fund and approximately $250,000,
000 of postal revenue.
MORE THAN ARMOR
Admiral Mason Tells of tho
Pi ogress of the Gunmak--
ers in This Country,
WASHINC.TON, I). C. Dee. X
Tho shot appears to bo getting tho
better of the armor In tho net or-1
ending contest for supremacy bo-t
twoou the two, according to Hear-,
Admlrnl N. H. Mason, chief of tho
naval ordinance bureau. In his nit-1
mi nl report he sa8 that the coiull-,
tloiiB and outlook) with regard to
ariuor-plcrclng projectiles, formerly
unsatisfactory, havo Improved very
much during thl year, the quality of
the shells supplied by certain firms,
Is better and the outlook Is more
satisfactory than for several jears.j
though tho lack of an itdequato sup
lily of lnrge-cnllbcr slu'lls continues
to bo a matter of serious concern.
On the other hand, tho ndvanco
In armor has not been entirely satis
factory so far as thick plates are con
cerned, and certain new processes,
while giving promlso of ultimate im
provement, have failed to lend them
selves to the Installation of the nr.
nior on shipboard. In the menntlmo
the older processes nre being loft be
hind by the Improvement In projec
tiles. Hut thin plates havo shown mark
ed Improvement, nnd tho hardening,
methods formerly limited to two-Inch
plntes have gradually been extended,
up to four Inches, nnd It Is posalblo
they may be Indefinitely extended
nnd thus mho the problem existing
with regard to thl:k plates.
There never has been In Honolulu
such n largo nnd carefully selected
stock of popular fiction nnd boolct for
children as aro being shown nt A. II,
Arlclgh & Co , Ltd , Hotel noir Fort
street. This Is the placo to go for
these books and for linnilromcly
bound gift books,
ntiiinntt t: :: a :t :: n it iiutiti
standing tho fact that toams fre
quently used all their lutorfcfcuco
against him ho was ablo to hold his
Tho Yale eleven can vouch for
At center. Cozens, of Pennsylvania,
stood without a peer. His expeil-
euro of former years wan a big factor
In his work. Ho Is cool mid deliber
ate nnd his passing of tho ball was
tho talk of tho season. Morris, of
Yalo, did well, but for accuracy In
making long passes ho did not com
pare with Cozens,
Wendell a Wonder.
At halfback tho selection of 1'ein
bleton has been explained, but for
tho selection of Wendell, of Harvard,
no explanation Is neccssnrry. Ho
stood head und shoulders nhoo nn)
other plnjcr, on any of tho big loams
Pendleton is nil cxixinent of tho new
stylo of football, but Wendell tho
st)le wliero strength and courage
wrro the main factor.!. In, lino plung
ing nobody could approach Wendell.
Ho could hull thoso masslvo shoul
ders against u Una and Mimclhlng
had In glvo way It Is very likely
that If Wendell had been given tho
ball when Harvard hud It on Yale's
tcu-yuid lino ho would huvo made a
touchdown and llnnard would hao
won. Instead, Corbclt took tho hall
ami fumbled It, allowing Yalo lo es
cape with a tied score. Next to Kll
patilok, Wendell Is tho greatest play
or of tho year,
Yee Chan & Co.
As Christmas is approaching; we believe
wfe' have a greater fight than 6thers to
advertise our Holiday Merchandise. W
claim we are the leaders in medium
priced readytowear goods for men and
tiiilltliiiial Holiday Packages of
priced In suit j our packet book.
Sutl. .iuis hair Just nrrlird for )iiu
to sell rt from.
Nothing mnkt" n mure
prai Ileal and longer re
membered ChrMmai (lift
than n pair of shoci.
Von will experience no
trouble In securing Jut
ii lint J on via nt fur a
member of the faiullj or
friend here. Our Hue !
complete mill low priced.
Toilet and Smoking
hnie just hern opened. Notice the
dliphj In iur..nlndo)n, Alt.ef ihtm
nltrariMci) noxeu. -j
In nil thp'hfnfuV'dMlKni. TZ
Arrived by the last Asia. SILtfS, 'GRASS LINEN, EMBROIDERED- SUIT PATTERNS,
SILK SHAWLS, TABLE COVERS, DOYLIES AND EMBROIDERED HAND BAGS.1" :
All Qtiitnhlo niftc; fnr niirkfmne rpinpmhrnnnns. ' - , J.
Miulr of silk ullli steel rod nnd Par
agon 1' rallies.
Iti'precnli labor nt Hi bfst. ..Made
by workmen In hirer roomy, (jiinrfcrs.
where there l plcntj of miiisIiIiic
hniiiWnmr- knit cake
l ii clfl of conieiilciK-e
ns well a k prurllrabllll).
IIhtjoiic need n milt
rnc occasional! nnd no
doubt )ou know of miiuo
one to whom yon Intend
to ulte n holldii) plfl
that does not pojucsx one.
Come here nnd nr will
supply yon nllh the
brut Of leather nt the
loweit price obtainable
One nf nnr lint will help to pit JOB,
on upfront unit In jour (own.
Knitted fniir-lu-hnnds nf bright nat-1
nrni Kiih in inne or Mil euerii. f
Cor. King and Bethel Sts
It's the "Get - Busy" Time
Only a very limited time left to select that Christmas gift. "
This store is splendidly ready to help you. Buying here means that your gift is suftj
to last and keep you long in the mind and heart of your friends and loved ones.
Sit down this evening and go ov"er this list: We l!i!r you will find something suit-1
auie for her or mm. . , .. ji
, ... -
To-morrow call and lot us show you:
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