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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 21, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1911.
" Benjamin Clothes"
FOURTEEN CENTS A DAY, tht price of a couple of Cigars or a Street Car
Ride, will buy anything you may need In Jewelry for Christmas.
SOLID GOLD WATCHES, DIAMOND RINGS, CUFF LINKS,
DROOCHES, SILVERWARE, BACK COMBS, MUSICAL
ALBUMS, AND A LOT OF OTHER GOOD THINGS TOO
NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
On the Easy Payment Plan of $1.00 a Week
We don't tell you anything about fie quality of these goodc.
We prove our confidence in what we tell you by giving you the goods first
and allowing you to pay after. Why spend all your money for Christmas
presents when FOURTEEN CENT8 A DAY will do it?
THE TIME PAYMENT HOUSE
117 FORT STREET
NO SECURITY NEEDED
FAMILY OF SUICIDE IS IN WANT MINSTREL SKIT
In mi effort tci nitn funds fur tlio lly for urnni time, nml It Ih hi-lleviyl
widow mi,) tlill.lron of J-'. Hi.illh. tho l,mt K'"u'l'R ''l'rati. not uiin tin- r.
... . , ,, . milt nf III hi-iilth nml hi Inability lo
man who I'oiunitliMl mi vile lit tin! ,, , ,
family home mi .Molui Inno yi-nK-r.lnyj j,r)l joriIal, Htn,,.,i thin mnrnlnir that
nmriiliiR, Canon Ault of St. Andrew' through tho Anurlt-nn ltellef Iunil tlio
Kils(oial clmri'li nnd Urn. Alice Jor-JCli.irltli- would hu nhlu to contrlljiitu
djn, ninniiKer of the Aoolated Cliarl- $10 u inontli. Four other Americans
1 (lex, held ii ronsiiltatloii In the Akvo- are receiving r.ld from IIiIh fund at thu
1-l.iti-it Clint Itlrt rnoniH on AlnkonKtreet pri-m-nt time. The Kplcoi.il church.
That the new mien for freltdit 1i.un..
llliK on the-local whiirvi-i me WuiUiiiS
out without a hitch, and that (he hU
IiiikIiicki llrnii are nitiMnlr tlilx luiirl
hle liy their hearty cooperation and
nllllnxneii'i to nlili.e by tin' rule In
the declaration of iiiuuhirs of tlieh.ir-
Lor loiuinlKHlon after an Imi-nllKiitinii
of pnscnt freight loiulltluiiM on tlio
H Hilary llerndt of the eomniNilou
Kiili thin iiiorulnir that tin. rt-itiiliitioiii j
are pruxliiK KiieceKHful both from diet
Ktunilpulnt of thu public and pilale
'We hmin'l had 11 bitch," he mi Id
today, entbuxbiKtlu our thu fino.it Ii
iniilimr In which the i oinnn rce ride
haw' pniMd piactlcable. "Tin fielKht
In 1 ehiK better luilidled, more expedi
tiously, than ever before. Further
more, thflu has not bieii an instance
where, when deniiirniKc chnrKei wire
made neieiar, they wire not prompt
"The blir Importer and basiness
llrni are iii.ililim' Ihla possible The
make every effort to live up to the
rub'H and hiMfiul of try Iiiit to block,
they nre hclphiK In every wa "
The cominlloii lit Itt KKiil.ir imet-j
Ink' toinoirow will lake up an Import
ant point In UKklliK the local hankx lo
looperate mi that owwik of eaiftfoeHl
an net notice an eMiedltloimly an ui-1
Hlbte that laritoeK nre on the ma, atnl
mini me iieaiani aiumireiH may , luivi. tll,r nimm-l.il nrniiiK.im-inV
to thu hiinana cmaadt-r Iuih not mpnm, .,,,..,. lllt .,,,, . ,,... I
mad public but the problem In irrVl, ,. ,K r j
cuimblo hand to bo worked out be- k ,, ttMlirv(.K. Tll ttlll ,.
fort- be pe.fonnanceH PcN-niber . h
titnl Utli It lu tintli'iliiM tlitit I limn I
thlc iniirtiliiir. Tin. fntnllv fa nnll to nf ulilrlt Mm Mniltl. uiih ii mom. ..!. I .. ... .. ,. ' .1 .... il.llhl I'lilHMI ImportlTH, Wlm tin lnM
I n III UJ Plliin iiuiii 11111 (iiiunu ip unit
in 111 ih'biiumu fircuinaiiiiu'CH 1 1 1 a win mm no iih Miaro. mil ih 11 ih 11
tot of uiip.iltl Mils xtiirlntf tlicm lu thu mntttr of m-UUiix up lontf-'stnni.li.K nc
fnc nnd iiilitliiK to their plight N tlio lountH as well nn rnntrllmtliitf townnl
And Six Months Hence
IHE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? If you
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
jmnl tiJi'"0 1
fact that both the mother and children present want", pome outside help will
are Jut recovering from n severe at- be necessary. Mr. Jordan tntcH tint
tack of deiiKiin feer. Mra. Smith nml contributions of money will he tbatik-
1111 eldr son have supported the fain- full received.
will uu puns iiuiii 100 piiiinicip UllUi ........ . . . .
WMR8 from in HonKsler. Wln.texerl'"-" wl"' ,lK' ,B,l,k" ''rK"l "" Him
action Is taken will fully cover tlier""""''-
Ine every nlgeroba tree on tlio
grounds. Thla xearch was i en aided
by tlio discovery of a pocket of water
In the trunk of an nlKcrohu. The.
water wna teeming with wrlRKlciH
and when the place will) cleaned 1 1 1 1 1 o
n BW-nrin of nio(iiltooH was driven
Then tlio nio8iiilli)es Increased, ap-
li!ir,.lltlf tlirfimrli tint ,iffii,i iittc. nf
Cavity in Tree Harbored Ncst,thu nest imvinK been driven to the
01 UaY IVIOSUUIIUCS-" ouune or any uiuuf tiociliu. liui eiier
Cinnlln I nnolnrl " ,lmo ll,e l1"81 ""'""e leas nnd ion-'
1 nmiij i.uunivu, 1 (HtioilK now Indlcalo that tl.o homo of
tlio colony of day inosiiilloes thnt
K. I). Tcnney has found that tlio er0 emlslng ,lscnmfort on the Ten
:ilBeroliu tree may hurbor the di.y prcm8es, Iuih been located.
inoniulto, iiuiMie In RireadlnR tlio In-
luiiiKitloii Kii that those who are ho
dicpohi-d liiay piollt by his eperlence. MQDRIGUES IS
I 111 it lUUH lllllU IIIV tlilj IIIUllllllll
has been ery troiibleHonnt about the
Tunny home. Mr. Tenney studied I -
tlio Kltmitlou and cleaned his prem.' wllll li'I"l' 'l 1'i'we were at n
l'e, of eeiy estlt; of what Is known ranchman'- house kcIIIiir lunch today.
1111,1 mmnosod lo lie sources of inn- theli nttentlon was i-alhsl to a man
niulloes. Finally when every effort hurryliii; up the Klpap.t Kiilch. Tlio
failed to woik nuy dccieasc In tlio lleelnc man was at once reinsured iih ninlmcr"
liiohiiiltoes ho thoURht the trouble Ilmli Ikiii-s. the escaped prisoner. Mc
innst bu outside his premises. Hut lullle and men Immedl.itily kiivu
this theory did not work out. ,1-lmse. No further details h.ivo been
At last ho had his yurd man exam- nrclu-d.
Tbeii' Is to !iu another rehearsal to-
nlKlit, when the Mirlous soucs and
choruses will bo pone over. Mr. C'un
ha has assembled thlity-llvo for his
comimny and If ho were to follow
thu tactics of tlio old-time press
iiKents ho would call them the "JIcr
atharlan Minstrels," Just us Jack
Ilaverley did his company when Hilly
Kinmcrson, (leorRe Thatcher, Hilly
Hlce anil other kooi) romedlans nr
rupled tlio ends.
n s s
JT FORT BIER
SEEN BY POSSE
Major General Murray, General M.i-
cninb. Major Gllmore, Captains Car
ti-r and Cralt; of-tho General Staff, and
Mititenatit, Audrows are "iIoIiir" l''ort
SIlKAUnn At (Jueen's Hospital, llu- The division rouiniander Is oairy
w.1,,1.. Vov 21. inn. sirs. I). tv.lliB ul "Is policy of liHiklnu liito thu
1 " - ) ,. . , . , ,. ....,,
lillliiu iieioru iiii;iiiiK Mis aiii-nuo-i m
the ptei-u.it, and It Is (o study thu de
fensive poHfdhllltlfs and Investigate
tlio needs of the Coast Artillery post,
rather than In Inspect tin; troops and
neailers, that General Mm ray made
the trip today.
Shearer. l.'urla! services fiotn
Catholic Cathedral at 3 o'clock
I'lifurnlshed model n bouse, seven
rooms; 1'iiiiaboii or MaMM dlstilet
prefeireil. Itellable perm.iueiit ten
ant Apply R ). Duln-nhcrK, "tf
Men bant SI : Tel :mu MikH-lw
ii ro ulster, Komi condition;
speedometer, eloik oil and t lei trie
IIkIiIs, automatic llKhted Kits head
With tlio opeiilni; of bids tomorrow
aftirnooii by the harbor coiuiulssloii
for tin" Mahiikonn whaif, the Iouk-
staudlui; (onlrimrsles and delays over
the liulldliiK of this Territorial hu
provement will be ended. at least, It
Is sincerely hoped t-o by the harbor
FIRST OF YEAR
r.ipf.ih 1' S .lobnsoii. local man
iikii of t' Stiindard-Ainnrlcan I)red5
lui: i-iniipi n. said this morulin; that
Ids l.ili-.t ea,lhiuites are that the cnui
p,m etui net llulsli Its wotk lit IV. ill
Mm bur and net down to tbe local har
bor for some Important ilrcduhiK be
fore the llrt of the ar. iinsslblv a
llllle latir The work on S.-ctlou It,
nl 1'eall Marl or, which Is oecup Iiik
the bU; electric dredm "Turbine' now,,
will be tlmsbed on l)cembcr 2Z, ac
tordlui; to present prospects.
The local harbor Jobs nre for than
nel ilredKhn; and (ompletlni; the imy
sllp work The ii.-ivj slip Is down to
yrade. but tlur nre a number of coral
I nuMcrs sthklui; up In Mirlous places
that must be rcmuvnl. The work lu
the harbor here Is behind time, but tlio.
company has rem lied nil iiKreenient
ullli the IT. s Koverumeiit IhroiiKh tbe
local IT S eitKlneir's olllci- by whb-b It
will do the drt dKlnt; as soon iih pos-1
Ten Alio hend of IhonniRhbrcil Here
foul cattle, (inexblhltlon III Ulsli 'ii
I'uik attracted conslderablo atteniuui
letwecn the hull's o' S nut 1" 'lis
inornlnK The stuck Is the pinpirtv
of th" l'urkcr rifcli, ami 's nil m
jsirli i' Ii.t. Iiu arrived in the I iirl nc
lasf trip. rlo he'fer enl IInc- iiiiu
hulls wcro f!iowii )cstcrd-iy.
New Wash Skirts
Tim limner vn live the more we
U-allzo what wu mlKlit hai) done but
Nine women out of ten uiuUrstnnd
llKhts. Apply Dooney ltarliiian, Oiilill their husbands, but no man out of leu
aMlto Stand, COVU-lw understands his wife.
Special Thanksgiving Sale
Week Commencing November 20th
NEW SEASON'S PACK
Half Bleached 25c, 35c, 65c., 75c., 95c. yn.i
Mercerized Bleached Damask .. 40c, 50c, 60c yard
66-inch Linen Damask 65c yard
72-in. Linen Damask $1, $1.25, $1.35, $1.50, $1.75 yd.
90-inch Linen Damask - $1.75 yard
I 22x22 Special.
I Hand Made Cluney Doylies,
I 50c. 75c. $1 .25, $2.00 each
Sets Cloths and Napkins
Round or Square
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 25x25 Napkins.. C22.50 set
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 27x27 Napkins. .$25.00 set
108x108 Cloths and 1 doz. 27x27 Napkins.. $28.00 set
These arc the very best Irish manufacture.
18x27 Special at.. 50c each
Tea Cloths and Napkins
Special.$8.50, $9.50, $13.50,
$17.50 and $19.50 set.
Small Table Cloths
36 in. sq..$1.50, $2.00, $2.25
45 in. sq.S1.75, $2.25, $2.50
54 in. sq..$2.50, $2.75, $3.00
In BVn Varieties from
Squares and Runners
$1.00 to $12.50
LINEN TOWELS Huck and Satin Damask Towels, all Sizes from a small Guest Towel 13x19 to extra large,
24x42 $1.50 to $18.00 per dozen.
Blue Label Brand
It's Really Delicious.
Ask your Grocer for it.
I INSPECTION INVITED
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