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EVENING nUU.RTIX, HONOLULU, T H., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 21, 1010
One of the Many Gifts
That Will Delight Men
I irriTN new stles Just iinti.il l.oil in (iolilcti Oal., Pinned Oik
.ivl i:.wh i:nrliili flnlihcd (rune ultli looio cushion. In elour
Imitation li'.iihir uiitl lioiniln l.e.ith r
Prices $12-00 to $40.00
Our Store Is the lilaco tlin. EVEUY IM'.ltSO.N' In the -ly should
tcit. It In a good placp Id Ii t
Till! PRACTICAL KIND Til T Mil'. APPRECIATED EOR A
Tin: r v CO 0P,:N' si""
ideal (iipt i rOTfli'in) halanci:
store s y fTVTT or T,I,: Nv KV'K
FROM NEW YORK
UNCLE OF THE CZAR TO BE THE
GUEST OF THE UNITED STATES
GRAND DUKE MICH AELVK
1 OF RUSSIA HftH
NEW YORK, Dec II. New York
ell) promises to bo u ory uncom
fortable place for thn lirnfoiiiilnnfil
crook. If William J. tljnii lives lip
ici iiih reputation as n secret service
operator lie will boom clear New YorK
city of It tloatng lopiilatlon of thugs,
pickpockets mid Mrong armed men
niint who bus assumed tlio dullc? of
chief of the detective force, lias liecu
In the employ of tho United SIMpi
government for many jcars. He was
cmcr or the secret forco In New York,
and It was under his directions lint
many of tho custom frauds wcro un
earthed. Ho has captured more conn
terfelters and BinugBlcrH than nny one
In the employ of tho government. Tho
Kovornmcnt did not want to let rinn
leave tho service, hut New York need
ed him to clear up tho crook ridden
DRINKS ACID TO JOIN
ST I.OUIS. Dec. 1. After visiting
eevernl employment agencies, Victor
Keslor, 27 years old. returned In de
jection to his home. 1211 North Elov
cnth street. Ho had sought work In
vain for social weeks.
"Is thcro any news?" his wife, Mrs.
Hose Keslor, asked him cheerily,
"Tho same old story," ho repllsd.
Thou ho naked for paper and pencil.
She Inqulicd "lint he wanted with
them, mid ho answered:
"I want to make my will, I'm going
to Join my mother-In law."
Laughing tremulously to dissemble
her nlaim, Mrs. Keslor nttempted a
Jest to hearten her husband.
"You will havo to got a lawyer to
draw up n will," she said.
Keslcr did not reply, und went
Into another room A fow nilmi.ra
later Aim found him dead. Ho had
swallowed carbolic ncld. Mrs. Kes
ler's mother died several months ago.
After all, tho nvurngo man doesn't
lope eo very much money.
It tnkes n pretty smart widow to
pretend sho Isn't
Toys! Toys! Toys!
The Big Toy Store
Wall, Nichols Co.,
' Limited '
Everything in TOYS for Old and Young
Don't miss seeing the immense display
at this Store
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'..Tho Shop for ,
Ml Perfectly Ibvely Things ",;,
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The Question;; ; The Answer: JL
'llow may fgivc ific Christ'mis ' R'cmcm- &
. bran ccs "bnuriht from
greatest amount ol . . ,. .b , .
b ' the splendid offerings
pleasure for the leaU 0f t,c rts aud '
aiiount of money? ' Crafts Shop arc sane ,
' scnsibldj tlasting and
Here are gifts which properly
represent loving thoughts m c.t
, and are worthy of grate- . ,", ;';&
Hand-Tooled & " Hammered
Tinted Leather Copper & Brass
HANDSOME TABLE MATS, B0WLS and VASES frm !
from $1.50. , $1.25.
BOOK RACKS (End Pieces) l BOOK RACKS (End Pieces)
,,'om$7-50- - the set $5.00. .
DESK BLOTTERS, 75 cents;
1 PENWIPERS 75 cents. CRW TRAYS and WALL
MEMO, and ADDRESS BOOKS POCKETS from $3.50. ,
' - 50- ETCHED TEA TILES, very
rriJ' CARD CASES from $1.25. "" '" beautiful $5.00. ''-":
PACKET PHOTO CASES BROUGHT CANDLE STICKS
CIGAR CASES .from $4.00 up. - ,' " " from $3'50-
, j GIFT BOOKS .in hand tooled ' INK WELLS from $3.00.
leather binding from $5.00 up. STAMP BOXES from $3.50.
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From the famous Potteries of Newcoinh, Hampshire,
Marblehead, Dedham, and a few samples of Artistic
Indian Pottery. These in Steins, Pitchers, Plates.
.. ' Some Beautiful Hand-Painted China in single hits.
'" " PLASTIC CASTS and WALL PLACQUES
Reproductions of the - Works of
the Great Masters
SUITABLE TOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Artistic Framing Printing Kodak Developing
Arts & Crafts Shop.
Wl Alexander Young Building Bishop Street 5
1111,0, Dec, 19. Itoborl Torlms. Iliu
lilacksinl(li"of tho Wulimkii pluutatloii
mIio Iiiih i;arnorcil umu us u liiKplpo
iniislclun uml mi nllilelo, ami MIhsi Ah
nlu Olmlmori), tho woll known tcucliui
of thin city, weio married lust S.ilui
ilny iilclit ut thu I'oitilKii Church, Ituv.
A DinliniH iilllclutliiK
llciiunl Kulukolln, tho "Hoy Orutoi"
who wuh a caiiUIJalu fur th lloiim a
Khorl 1 1 inn iiK, ami MIhh lliinuaH
Wulliuil, u leaclier ut Ilia KjIuIKI
school, waio liiniilcii at llio (laltl
(hutch laol Kal unlay ovcnliiK. Itus'
BlojihiMi UcBlia iicrformcil llio cui
Aftor a lengthy trial, liivnhlns llio
InkliiK of u lot of Kllliilno ovhlcnco
Kriprilillc lirhcn whk last Kal unlay
found Kuilly of luunlor In llio flrnt lie
Kiee He will ho soutenccil tomorrow,
hul, an u uiutlcr of fuel, the only pun
iHlimoiit i.rexrrllicil liy luw Ih IiiiiirIiik.
Thu man cliot u fellow count i man ;i
thu ioml near Kiiltulhaelo boiiiu
iiiiiiiIIih iiRo, ki'iiiIIiik Ihu ri'volvur liul
IcIh Into lilx huail ami Imily, Hi Inn ut
clomi rniiKn. Tho Jiiryofvtlio Circuit
('milt has liccn oxciihciI 'for tliu torm,
A Japanofo woman vas quljo hailly
cut hy her hiisliunil nt llomimu last
1'il.lny,1' Itfulmwy Iil'Iuk appliently liu
catiM) of thu troublu. Sho was wound
ed on tho tieuil nml on 0110 hand, but
I3 now 'on tho roid to iccovory. Tho
woaixm used wuh a cano Knlfo,
llio uBHoelatlim cf xii';ar iiUiitcre of
IIiIh Islanil lielil nn oxcoiitlonally well
attended iiiectlni; In IIiIh city la it
Miuk nt which vurlmm niutterH were
taken' up nml dlKcuxfcoil, Tho old olll
cor.i wo ii' ruolecled to sorvo diirliiil
the inxiiluK )ear, naiui;ly: C, U. Ken
liedy, pieilileiil; John t, fiqol, lco
luusldent; Win, I'ullnr, Recrulury, nml
John Wiill, troauuiur. Ainong tlionu
l)o1flttfnd,qil ylifi, meeting wero: lb
cr CommlHsloiior Kcufe, Immigration
IiiHiector Hamcml Drown, K. Kuxon
Illeliop and Alonzo Oattluy.
J, K. Kekaula, a Itome Ruler, will
bo Die nnxt deputy sheriff of Kau. l'or
romo time pant the better clement of
tho Kau community ban expressed
conslilerublo apprehension In this re
gard, feailm," 'that Kekaula would bo
reappointed. Their fearn have now
being roallzed, for last Saturday Slier,
iff l'un announcoil ileflulU'ly lliat Ko
kniita would ho uppolntod by him. y
,MK"rar n.nt" card on ' it
thi Bulletin otllei, '' , . .