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r.vr.NMNo nm.T.r.Titf, Honolulu, t h, hiiday, ni:c. in, isio.
Big Reductions In Ail
For0ne Week Only
Original ccst and present value entirely disrcRtudcd, Here
are a few cf the many bargains:
LADIES' CRAVENETTE COATS
rormnr i'ricoi....$Ui1on in ".o $iMio j'jo oo $2& no $ti2 no
Reduced to 9 00 11.50 12,50 13 50 15,00 18 60
t LADIES' RUBBERIZED COATS
Former Priced iv r,o jnuo i7.r,n iior.o izn no
Reduced to 7 50 0.00 10 50 10.00 11.50
,'"' . LADIES' PONOEE AND CLOTH COATS
Former Trices Jlfi.f.O Iis.uo J2K nn
Rfduccd to 9 00 11.00 15.00
J ' LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS
Former Trices.. ".. no $0 GO $7 CO I!i ou $10 0 $12.50 $tr, 00
Reduced to.... 3.75 4.90 5.75 C.50 7.75 9.25 11.00
, LADIES' LINGERIE DRESSES
KoruiCfJ,rkC9..$:..00 JtG.EO $8.00 $!) r.0 $12 50 $11.00 $22.50
"Reduced to 3.50 5.00 GOO C.50 7.50 0.50 10.00
LADIES' MESSALINE DRESSES
Reduced to , 18.00
S .T. AnrF.R' RWTPT.WATSTS
Former Trice $1.75
Reduced to ..... 1.25
$P QIKLS' TJRESSES, White and
PORT STREET, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CHURCn
i Thay will add to the general spirit of Christmas
festivity in the home. Come in and sec them he
fore purchasing decorative ornaments for the holi-
A ' EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL V
Honolulu Electric Co.,
,. I 1187 ALAKEA, NEAR BERETANIA
J Telephone 3095 H. S. MARTINEZ, Wager
J ! An Independent Concern That Has Independent Prices
fu J: A. GILMAN;
Shipping and Commission
, " Agent for
Arthur Sewall & Co., Both, Me.
Iarrott fc Co., San Franoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Cq.
' (ORINNELL AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER)
,4 '. Neninan Clock Co.
I (WATCHMAN'S CLOCK)
i , Royal Standard Typewriter
Aaohen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
f ' FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
KwHE HAWAIIAN FISHERY has control of the fisheries at
rM'i'fX and Kalae ancl Wl" 1)rosccutc a" l,ersons fountl
Jl y(K . iiomiiu in iiiuau luauivuo.
tafcj HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
W$ King Street Market.
I P Vone 25(13.
'S SPECIAL RATES FOR DELIVERING CAL-
' 'jSClSSiy ENDARS, CIRCULARS, ETC. Give us your
iVSjrV.y orders for Xmas deliveries. Phone 10C1
$2.00 $2 25
$2.50 $.1.00 $3 50
Colored BIO. REDUCTION SALE
h iH of our nIioo orders.
A 01' don't I..ih- In
lintlirr .iImiiiI maUni; n
Mderllon of ii present In
Dili mi), ninl (lint U
miihIIIiIiii: llml nine out
of leu mi u like to t; I out
of lit UirNlmiis 1 1 in.-.
In Oreat Variety of nil
tin) lareft fiut.lons
in urn ox noors
$4: to $7.50
Thi'so nro ubioliitoly new
and Correct In fjlyln.
f Furniture Co.
Dolls and Toys
Santa Claus' Headquarters
A. B. ARLEIGH & Co.
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Beit In the Market
11 E N.R Y MAY 4 0 0.
AMJKF t H
LU ETTA SMITH
ON THE STAND
Trial of Man Charged With
Dynamiting Tent Home
Ilio trial of Dr. Wlllnril 1' Ilutkr,
ircsldent nml inunngor of llm Wlllitrd
i lliirku mimilurluiu in liiiikcs, four
miles north of S.mtn Rosa, Cut ,
clmrKCil under n Krmitl Jury Indict
ment with dynamiting tho tent tot-
ugo otciiiilcil by Mian I.ii i:ttn
4mltli, n former nurso In llm Intuitu-
Ion, mid lit; I' !l luontlis old Ron,
whoso fntlier Is, MIhs Smith eliilnn,
Doctor Ilurko, wns Iioruii on tho Ctli
of HiIh month
Tho alleged dynninltlnR took lnco
in the night of February C, 1910, hut
lid not bocnuio public for several
lays Inter,' when It win reported to
tin! milliorltloH liy ono of tho nnnn
orlumeiiiili)CH. I)eelnpmentn Inter
ansed tho mutter to ho presented to
'he Krnnd Jury, which returned the
Indlrtment ehiirRliiR Doctor Unrko
with havliiR tiindo nn nttempt upon
'ho llfu of the woinnti anil lior Infant
Tho oxnet nntiire of tho Institution
imnnRPtl h Dr Ilurko In np for iues
lion mid Fo far it would neom (hut
It Is run nn n Bort of frco lino plan
Tho Hiihstunro of tho rase, which
'iIiIh fair to liecnmc KutiMitlnnnl ho
roro It U lliiiHhed, In that .Mlis Kinllh
forty years ot iiro) was nn lniimte
if tho Institution run hy Dr Dm ka
'ilr iiuito a milliter of yearn, lielm;
under tie.itniciit for v 1 1 1 c 1 1 she win
uniihlo to pay mid w.i;i clvlng her
senieci nn u tinrsi) to pay her bills
In tho iiiiirse nf eents n baby wnq
horn to Miss Hinltti anil sho Charcot
tho doctor with bvliiR the father of
Doctor Ilurko reunited her nml tho
child to u tent outside of the main
building, where ho claimed that lie
could r1o her better treatment. One
light theio win a fearful explosion
if dynamite ut or near tho tent oe
'iiplcd by .Miss Smith nml sho mid tho
hllil were Bilglilly Injured The
'hargo that Is now brought ugaliiEt
Dr DiiiUo by Miss .Smith is that Ills
intention was to kill her mid tl.c
It will bo remembered that Miss
.iinllli pained through hero Mime,
uontlis ago on hor way back to the
coast from Chlnn, whero It would
seem that she had been In hiding
through tho lnlueiiiq of uomo una
for tho purpose or getting her out o
tho wny. she linlng brought suit
proWously ugnlnst Dr. Ilurko.
Tho following Is un epitome of Dr
Ilurkc's beliefs n umlcrstood by ono
of his foremost pupils:
"Tho whole creation, from star
mist to man, Is n manifested or ex
ecuted thought of life. Rod KuT)-
(hlng has Its placn In tho economy
of the whole, and at every Instuit
if (line nil things urn nt their logical,
henco right, !ecl, according to tho
iuwh of growth, oolutlonnry process,
and til" balancing of r.iuso mid ef
fect, which stands ns tho equilibrat
ing foreo In nil dovclopmcnt or n
llun IWcr of Spirit.
"Mfe, flod. Is nplrlt, tlnfr In sub-
stanco than physical lsloti or percep
tion can see or feel; but tho power
of spirit is uciordlng to tho ngelit in
elilclo used In Its distribution.
"All the way up tho lino of crea
tion sluco tho first nebulous segre
gation, life tins been giving progrcs-
shely luller mid fuller expression of
Itholf, until In man wo llml tho high
est form through which physical
iminlfestAtton can Lo made
"In man wo llml tho perfected
mechanism, a most umnelous, mys
terious, lho machine, through the
vurloii3 organs mill functions ot
which wo may coma unconsciously In
closo touch with the divine thought
'Ono can not exist without food
mid ilrlnlc, yet tho inomis to satisfy
theso nbioluto needs can bo so abused
us to, destroy life Instend of siistuln
Ing It, nnd If tho conditions for Its
expression nre not In lino with the
highest good, It brings deepest mis
ery In Its train
"To recognlzo the dlvlno thought In
oil the workings of niituru Is the true
spirit of worship It Is this recogni
tion which stns tho hnnd of the sur
geon here, making blm look dooply
for n posslblo solution of physical
ilimcultles which will Icavo Imlolato
tho sucrodncss of tho human physical
IIMrttt Atlornc) Smiles.
Tho district attorney of Sonoma
county lnughs at tho whole thing To
him tho lnw Is tho law, and bo who
Uolatos tho lnw Is guilty of un of-
fenbe, that and nothing clso
Ho sa8 All I wnnt Is to try Dr
Ilurko on tho charge of ilyii.iinltliil;
tho tent of I. lHtii Smith
The developments of tho case nm
producing n common theory us to lho
standard of morals ot Doctor llurko's
All (hicer nml Klrmigc.
It Is nil rpieer nnd very strnnge,
this i omllllnii Hint existed nt his snii
iitnrluiu Other w onion besides I.ii
i:ttu Smith nro snld to li.it o belleted
mid Indorsid tho iimoiiteutlomil
thinrles lis iiowed In tho loo theslfl
of 'tho iiliysUliin
The following excerpts Indloiilo tlio
nature of tho reasoning whlih Is lm
lug iut forward by Dr. llurlin iu the
foiilidiilloii of his liiHtlliillon
"When tlm nilml U tonliiiry In fin!
Ing, wlili h Is ilnlilT 1 leuvu .liu mis
wcr with ou."
"The lecordlliR nngel Issues n
nun i (iik; .-i iiiicuivtt. i
"Alllnlty ono Tor nnotber Is loo big
to be cow id by opinion or crumped hy
custom " !
"You nnd I nro the absolute nlmii-,
don of Into If we would ntlow It so'
"Tho t'tiU Is not tho fiimlly, hut lllo
Individual" ' '
"Tho i6rietuntlon' of lllo rata can
only bo done by iitllnlty,"' t ',
"lleliglon Is n ilevke for nhuitliir
out life." r
"Passion born of hlllulty Is tllvlnq"
Tho ileterinlniitlon (it thq rci(se" U
going to bo illtllcult from tlio fact Hint
Miss Smith hulletcl na Dr lluikc'be-i
iietes ami were k iuh irom ino mil
that sho thinks the doctor tried lo
III! iier nnd her child, in' bift hcclj
Influenced to think to by diltsliltV ,i
there would lie no expose.
A lino on the' testimony sho Is g)V
Ing shows work In store for ihdprtis
editing nttorney v
"When did your Improper relutlono
with Doctor Ilurko begin?" usked
"I don't know wlint you mean by
lmproier relutlons," replied Blie.
"They may ho- Improper from your
point of tintv, but I look upon them
Inn different light "
Her loto for Doctor Ilulko was
brought out hy questions tenanting
hor lslts to him.
"Wiy did you lslt him?' sho was
"Ileonusc I loved him "
"I)o you loto lilm still?"
"If I knew In my heart that ho did
not commit this net I do; otherwise
DR. JOSEPH SHAW
DIES ON COAST
Jorcpli It Shaw, elcrtinry silr
goon, died In California eslerdaj,
according ! iiottn iecevi,d by ,!ibt?,
this lnornliig from his brother In-law
nt Sou .lose.
Dr' Shaw pra-tlsed bis profcssllin
for FOtctnl year In Hits iltj, leiV
Ing hero nbout live years ngo for Hie"
CiUst, nnd tins practised In I.os An
gclcs flliie that time. '
Ik' was horn In Snn Joso, Scptcm
her 17, 1SCA, nnd w.n tho joungest
rf reveu (hlldioii. Seelj I Shaw til
Honolulu lit tho only relative Hi this
Of. Shnw wns a member nt Hnnn
lulu l.odgd of Illks. No cause! of the
death wns given In the brief table
HARVARD STUDENTS -"EARN.LARGESUM
Average Standing, .0(1 TJioso
Who Work Their Way '
CAMimiDOi:, Muss, Dec. I That
many Harvard men work their wny
through collego nnd that their out
side work docs not result In low
standing Is Interestingly shown In tho
mintinl report Issued recently by
Itoger A. Derby, tho college olllclal
In 'clinrgo of tho rmplnjmeut olllco
miilnlliliicd hy the university.
l'ully n quarter nf tlio students of
tho university, or 9!iG Btudents, np
pllod for work in tho last enr. Of
this number, G47i wero fouiid posi
tions by tho agency, the men earning
throughout tho yenr a grand total of
$13G,S-I9.ii toward their collego ex
penses, Altogether 2290 temporary
pqsltlqns wcio tilled. How ninny
students procured work without the
it Id of tho agency Is not known.-
Tho utorug college mnk of the
mon who had positions through tho
agency wns II, which Is next to the
highest mnrk git en In tho tnllego.
aANDWOTOTIES fot CHRISTMAS
Fancy Boxes of Palm Candies
Others filled witli delicious CANDY and GU'NTHER'S FRUIT GLACC.
SUPERIOR PASTRy for CHRISTMAS.
GERMAN HONEY CAKE, PEPPERNUTS, MATZPAN, PIES and CAKES,
TREE ORNAMENTS, TINSEL AND BON B0NS FROM PARIS.
Churches and Sunday Schools Supplies at wjiolesalp prices.
One Vote Coupon for the big doll given with every 25-cent purchase of
cake or candy.
Remember tho Palm Test is "Tho Best,"
One o the
rilTnnN' new stjlcs Just unpacked, In tloldcn Oak, rumed Oak
and Karl Unglls'i llnla'-.cd frimes, with loose cushions In Velour,
Imitation Leather nnd (leniitm Leather.
Our S(or6 Is the placo' tha
Islt. It Is a good plnre to li
irt Is the placo' tha nvr.UV rnRSON In tho
J a good plnre to li ly
Till: PRACTICAL KIND THVT
F WMJ' w' Y- r
s- l 'J , BEFOREjTKE'OHER fellow' "V
Wc will have some of, the jflme strain ji;e sold at Thanks
givinr; time. There wai nbthing wronj; about them.
i. .1 - tlat i nlii i llint'l
i V III I .!
Metropolitan. Meat Market
S HE1LBR0N & LOUIS, Proprietors TELEPHONE 1814
Wc offer a stock of elegant
Delight Men ',
nvr.UV rnRSON In tho city should
ARK AI'IMIECIATHD TOR A
, rjl'KN NIGHTS
OF TIIU WKKIC
w.illitu Pineapples and
'the best refined cane
At (ill Soda Fountains
PJnccta'r Eolej Co., ltd,
tt i)t i'ii in
75c. Per Month
A . '