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rVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4, 1911.
Our Big Book Sale
Will be in progress Every Day This Week. Make your selection of the sets you wish at as early a date as possible. After our pre
sent stock is exhausted we cannot supply others at these special prices.
that the prices quoted in our catalogue are our regular prices, not the sale prices. Sale prices on any of the sets will be mailed to
you on request. Late Fiction, Children's Books, Religious Books, and Books of Travel all at reduced prices.
The Crosmads Bookshop, Ltd.,
Sucrcr.nirn In llrottii l.joti Co, Mi.
DESTROYED THE MAINE
NliW YOHK, Sept. 23. A Hpocltil
dlppnlcli from lliivunii September '23
Buys: ' J
' Tim Mnlnr huh dcKtroycil by nil ox-j
tcriinl uxpliislgn. I
Tlit'io mi longer remains any clouM
as In I ho innuiier In which tho Unltci
KtiileH li:iltpslilp was mink In thin
liai Inn- on ttio night of February lii,
Tin' rnffcnliim alioiit tho wreck Iiiih
)ciii piimpril out nnil the nun cleared
iiwsi.v to u greater oxtcnt than over'
lirfnic. Tho clearing away of tho
wreolmgo rqvcals tho louhlo hottom
of tho tthip with part of tho keel
Btandlnc In a perpendicular position
homo 28 cfet higher Ihiui tho natural
Thin, confirm Uio report and testi
mony -which Knslnn ,1'owclson gnvo
before tho Investigating hoard after
tho disaster and which was based up
on tho reports mado to him by divers
Just after the explosion.
Tho cnricspondent saw tho bottom
of tho vcsbcI this afternoon ns It
stands supported In a pcrieiidlculart
position by stanchions. Tho lowest,
or platform, deck is in tho position
described; It Is In an upheaved mass
abrivo the submerged bow.
On damp day tho girl whoso halt
la curly by renron of the hot Iron
rather than tho perm-went 'hand of
obliging- Natiiic Is In grave, rtnngcr ot
losing nil. tho effect of bygone llufll
nees. Her fi lends, arciistomcd as they
i.ie to seeing her faco framed in
waves, niu at a loss to explain the
itrnggly nppcarnnco of her crowning
Rloiyr r. -. -.- T . , .fr t
Hot Irons sooner or later, arc fatal
keeping tho hair In curl aro given:
Tor dark hair dissolve twelve gralnn
of carbonate pt potash In half a pint
of rather strong black tea. Moisten
the hair with this mixture before put
ting It up in curlers.
For blond hair u mixture of ono
ounco or borax, ono dram of gum ara
ble and eight ounces of hot water is
best, Dlusolio the borax and giiinl
arable in the hot water and bottle
for line. Use tho same as the piu
paratlon for dark hair
to tho hair. No matter how careful
ono may bo In applying them, tho
day wllj come when the tempcraturo
.wilt be forgotten b:causo of haste or,
fprgetfulness, and a dead, lustreless1
strand of hair wll mar the beauty
of tho cntlro mass, in tho days of
cumbersome curl papers thero was.
Koine cxciiho for tho uso of hot Irons,
but In. these times of up'tii dnto nnil
convenient dovlccs for curling tho
hair .curling lions should have no'
placo on tho dressing table, being lelt
entirely to the professional hair-!
A few harmless
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Pale gold laces aro much In evi
dence on both afternoon and evening
A new Idea in hats Is a foundation
of nstraknn cloth with thick and Bllky
Tho newest fichu has long sash
cords heavily fringed. They arc drap
ed gracefully over the shoulders and
drawn through u bucklo at ono Bide
of the waist, the long ends falling
almost to the hem of the skirt.
Millinery wings arc no longer valu
able by reason of their width from
tip to tip, but because of their enor
Elaborately brocaded ribbon, or
those with striped borders, aro among
the fashionable furbelows for autumn
Tho Charlotto Corday shnpo Is n
favorite in children's millinery, lints
of blue or rose kilted foulntd, with
the frills short In front and deeper
at tho shies and hack, make charm
ing .frames for a youthful faces.
Many 'girls', for extended travels,
llko to supply themselves with a
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number of colored linen or crash b.igt.
to hold different possessions. Some
go so fur as to have bags for all
Muds of garments, distinguishing
them by different colots, hiic)i as hluo
for corset covers, p'nk for blouses
gray for shoes, green for luinkerehlcfH
and son on.
Tho bags aro simply made, with an
envelope llap, eacji being cut the pio-
per sue for I lie reception of thai fur
which it Is Intended. Tapes can ho
tied to the dap.
All tho now fur scarfs are very
Kyelet cmbioldcrlcs are very fiec
Tho Oreolc line Is the dominant coif
Hackles aie seen on sonic of tho
Practically every Jacket suit lias the
full length sleeve.
Tho gathered Kmplic skirt Is ruin
ing strongly Into fashion.
Tulle over satin Is much In evi
dence for evening costumes.
Tho latest I'arls "crl" Is for "big
hats ami shoulder drnpcrles."
There Is without question a dcslio
to bring tho normal waist line Int.)
fashion again, though the Hat hip is
Tho new nolo In milady's shoes and
sllppors Is that heels are to bo a
trillo lower than hcrclofoio ami toea
The use of double fared material is
very noticeable In wraps, some of
them being so liinilei,..tjnjt they can bo
worn cither side out.
Coats are longer "Advanco models
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in cloth piovc this. Their sleeves
have likewise sllpiH'd In line, and mu
Just n hit wider and longer.
WILL LOWER OLD FLAG
AND RAISENEW SUNDAY
Sunday aflci noc.ii at half-past four
ii'elyek. Captain Isaiah llruy will take
hold of Hie wipes anil haul down the
Hag floiu tile old lulllillllg of the Y
M. ('. A., nnil thru 1. I'. Junes, ebalr-
ii. in of tln building ciuninltUe which
h.ul charge of the em-tlmi nf the old
bujlillng. will lock the dour for the last
time. Captain Jlmy was the llrst i;'li-
nil secretary of the old building.
Tin' members will irnss the strei t
find enter the new building I'll irb'S
II Atheitou will raise a new Amerl
can Hag, 1IM!S feet, to the peuk of tlic;
llagstalT, mid then f.ml Supir, general
seiretnry now-, will mmiiI up a V. M. C
A. pennant that is Jielng made by Mr.
ON THE ALERT
Helen Wals-Jii. n trained nurro
from Chicago, only 24 cur old, and
unusually piciHisscsslng. will be ask
ed n New York to explain tho pres
ence In her room of Jewlery, silver
ware and silk ill esses valued at $3,
flno. Miss Watson was nrrcsted
charged with shoplifting.
nnielnls of the New York stiito fair
at Sytsicnso. wlm have given 11111111 il
iccogiiltlou to the suffragists al this
yeai's meetings, have voted to Dr.
Mary Walker tho annual prize for be
ing tho best dressed woman on tho
grounds. She nppenred In mascullno
In iiiaterootn number ftirtv-llvu
located on the starboard side of tho
Oceanic steamship Sierra, this morn
ing nat .lohn Wynne mid Anderson
(linco. two eoiulcto,! inurdeieis. ii'
der life sentence, who arc to bo
transfcned to the United States peni
tential) at Tort l.cav-cnwoith, Kan
sas. Under guard of no less person
ages than High Sheriff Henry. United
Stales .Mnishnl Hendry and Deputies
William Wood and JMvlil K. Notley
the llfe-lermers aro to bo kept under
the watchful ee of tho iiIIIccih every
minute of the day and night until
Leavenworth Is 1 cached and tho men
aro at last turned over to the Federal
iiutlini llles at the big military prison,
tlraco was pulling at a fat Manila
cigar when In the cabin with Notley
sitting between himself and Wynne,
he was permitted to say good-bye to
a few friends prior lo tho Milling 01'
the Sierra at ten o'clock this morning.
Across the llltle aisle fiom tho rah-
In assigned the prisoners Is a state
loom In which the four local olllccrh
will hold forth. I
Kight hour shifts will be observed
by tho guards, areordlng lojhp pre
sent plan, In"rJill!tnanner-tm-nien
will be on watch while-, two wllbo,
I allowed to gain sulllcieut rest during
I The gieatest degree ol vvulilif illicss
will bavo to bu observed dining tho
few days which will b" rvipiiicil to
ti.maport the prisoners acnns Iho
eonl Incut by rail.
Ilnth High Sheriff ll-nry mid Hull
ed Stales .Mar. h.il ll'-nilry were the
recipients of a number of leis fiom
Irleuds who dioppcd aiound to thu
italeroiiui uheie Crace and Wjliiie
The Sierra got away puiniptly 011
time this morning wllh fifty-four rib
111 mid Inrtv ytccrngu pissengers. Tho
latlor Included 11 number of Portu
guese families who have decided to
tiy conclusions with the several of
fers of cmphivinent coming from
coast labor agents. Tho Oceanic liner
carried a rather light Height, there
being less than two thousands tons
sugar and other lines of Hawaiian
At the last moment a number of
consignments il pineapples failed to
connect with the ship.
Purser Smith pointed with pride to
the unlipie mid pleasing design of 11
new menu card which was arranged
at the suggestion of Chief Steward
The Sierra Is due to arrive at San
Francisco with 11 large Hawaiian mall
early next Tuesday morning.
An extra largo shipment of pines
was responsible for the delay In tho
departure of tho llonoliilmi last night.
The vessel did not get nway from tin1
dgjik until $ o'clock.
Every boy .wa;nt$ something .for the holidays, and the Evening Bulletin
always has good things for the boys who are wide awake and ready to work.
Five Mai or Prizes
, . And a NEW SUITOF CLOTHES for every bov who comes near to the leaders.
h il '
Frst Roujid Trip tip the Volcano or its equivalent in cash
SJecond Gold Watch or, its equivalent in cash H
Trd Silver Watch or its equivalent in cash
fourth Twenty-Five Dollar Dry Goods Order
EJifth Twenty-Five Dollar Grocery Order
That last savors of the Christman dinner, and that is certain to be popular with the boys
WHO CAN ENTER
Any nbwsboy wh.o enters his name on the'B u 1 1 c t i n news boy list for the annual
Thanksgiving dinner is eligible. It is also possible for the B u 1 1 c t j n Carrier Boys to figure
in the contest. - '"1. r. U
0& IJWF fr F mMfV w' Wf(M
Is just to give the B u 1 1 c t i n Newsboys something new and interesting for Christmas,
and something that will make the Christmas of 1911 an especially happy one for thern, as
it ought to he for all Honolulu at the close pf (his year of prosperity,
I This contest wiiropcn on Monday, October 9, 'and close Friday evening December 22,
at eight o'clock. Christmas falls on Monday this' year.' This will give the successful ones
all day Saturday in which to fill their orders, or spend their Christmas money, if they wish
These are the
There will be
Shoes for others
of the boys
who are workers,
TERMS OF THE CONTEST
The prizes will lie awarded two days before Christmas" to jthp .Bu 1 1 c t i n Newsboys
making the best record as pewt. sellers. ' f
It is also provided thai the boys may improve their ManclingjbynjoUing new subscrib
ers. Provision will be made forreaders to give a ballot JhaLwiJ hejp their Bulletin newsboy.
Each paper sold will entitle the newsboy to Five B u'l I e:t ln 'Ballots.
Each subscriber to the Evening Bulletin jWill be entitled to One Hundred and
Fifty Bulletin Ballots for each months' subscription to tlic dally 'paid jn advance, after
the contest opens. These ballots may be given to your favorite newsboy. And this also
admits of the Bulletin Carrier Boys being included in the race.
Each new yearly subscriber to the daily Evening. B-u 1 1 e ti n -.will entitle the News
boy turning in the subscription to Two Thousand Bull ct j n JJalJots.
Each new yearly subscriber of the Weekly Edition of the Evening Bulletin en-
liHno thn Motichnvi liiinirfi it in n 10H O m I I n I ! n Rollnlc