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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, DEC. 16, 1911.
The Christmas Problem
WHAT SHALL I GIVE HIM?
Why not some of these? Imported and do
mestic Cigars the same brand sold in
our Fifty Stores from New York to
For the Pipe Smoker Meerschaum, Briar and Calabash
Pipes. Tobaccos in attractive Holiday Packages.
Cigar and Cigarette Mouthpieces in Amber and
Perhaps we know "HIS" brand.
General Arthur :: Robert Burns :: Owl
Al ham bra :: Bohemian :: Portagas
Upman :: Africana :: Little Bobbies
Baby Arthurs :: Cabanas :: Bock
Henry Clay ::. Romeo y Julieta
"THE HOUSE OF STAPLES" fw V If I J IJ fT Cff "THE HOUSE OF STAPLES"
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PANAMA RICHES ARE UMTOUCHED ! HUGE MEMORIAL TOWER
Unless nil signs fill thi' openlni, of
tliH i ami I will ho onlv the beginning
of tin- it ill hlstor of I'.uiam.i mil
III lens degree of nil (.'enti.il America
This countrs Is at pit sent merolv
mountnln and Jungle, and, save fur
the sprinkling or Indians mid ni'BioH
ulonK tlio const. It Ik uninhabited
Alreadv the lunal-litilldi'rs have done
It one great seivlte It) piovlng that
ii white limit inn do a good da) a
work .m well lull' an .in.vwheic, sues
a writer in Harpers Weekly More
UUT, tile Jungle tlitlt (iih'Ib the land
contains vast wealth In wood, the
most picclous v.irletlts of wood in the
Rosewood, mahogany llgnum-vltue
nnd ebony, all art' to be found, be
sides the snbic tree, which In as et
lir.ictlcully uiiknovv n to commerce, but
whose wood for shipbuilding and simi
lar purposes Is considered superior to
te'.ik. At present tlio foiesls are to
nil Intents untouched What llttla
wood finds Its way into Panama Is
brought In on mulct ik,- necessarllv
111 Hiuall pieces, at piodiglous waste
Yet )oil tan sic ihony liees fioni
Jour car window along tho line of
tlio I'nunma Huiliu.nl today With
tlio Introduction of expert nnd mod
ern lumbering methods, the whole
timber country will Ho as open and
easy of access as the palm of join
Next In order comes tlm question
ol power With tlio abundant rain
fall the countr) Is naturally lined
witli wutcrcoursis The famous C'ha-1
gles Itlei Is, of ionise, already mi-
liounded, but there aro many others SAN CIIANCISCO, Oct. 20 The
the Torrcndo, the t'nrreno and first of the vurlous buildings for
Miudl, and some t hut art' not een nouslng tho 1 inamii-l'nclflc Intcmi
iiamed Xearl all aru kw 1ft streams, tlounl KxikihUIoii, to bo held 111 Sun
with muu respectable cascades nnd riautlsco In 19ir( litis been designed,
fjlls the Torremlo, for Instance, lias and Its magnitude as well as tho
clRlil falls within u mile It will be Ideas tli.it It Is Intended lo jiorpe
ti simple mutter to harness them and uato In enduring form. Is an Indlc.i
Bettle the power question once and tlon that this exposition will. In over)
for all particular, far surpass any of lis
After the bulk of the forests has , p1(.,icfrssors In delineating the pro
been cleared aw. i the possibilities of grcas ,, achievements of mankind
the countiy will only begin to be re-i arts crnfts ,, n nea ()t socllli
cnled Camphor and cocoa grow . Imi.m. ..., ..., betterment.
neru as wen as iui)wiieie in toe
world Most Important of all, rubber
FOR 'FRISCO 1915 FAIR
already grows wild In commercial
(liinntltles, and under cultivation tho
) leld w 111 be enormous.
Tons Turnlilii. one of five Italians nr
resttd at White l'liilns, N Y., for the.
murder of Mrs Mary Hall, a jouiik
I ride, tonftxstil the woman
KiKKtd and kllltil liy one of his com
lianloiis, wlille the rest looted her
Universal expositions are, ns aptly
Btateil by the late world'B progress."
Kxposltlon Is to bo held to celebrato
the coninletlon of the Panama uanai,
r.n enterprise conceded to be one of
tho world's greatest ncliloemeiits
nnd most conspicuous of Its many
inlle-stoncs of tirogrcss. It was
wan .therefore, deemed fitting that. In the
creation of the fair, a most Imposing
and comprehensive memorial of n,
iiiTinnnpnt character should be erest-
Slnti Siiptrliitcnilcnt of Insurance c tJmt wolli(i ,i0plct and iiorpotnatu
npklns of New- York, In n statement .. m,,,0rlnl over has, not
alone tlio history, progress, uihleve
inentB and discoveries of the age,
:u and iiimciisionsf ami eiiioinco
a features lior&lu oVillued; .From
e Iloor uTwbise ifftfieUbji or-tho
eat flgliro of Victory"1 surmounting
Issued at Alliiny.i su)s peril of Insol
vent) fines llalilllty Insuranct' cnin-
naniis oi linn Mine neciiiise m im-k- . ,., iT.,it,,a
i..t h. raising a s.i.llclent reserve and but also the supremacy of the United
ost of i.mduitlnit the business ' Suites In all that makes for lcac.
m f I dSMiilTy
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Have a Case in
It will add to the
patriotism, prnspcilty and victory.
To this end there will be erected
nt San franclsco on an eminent o
overlooking the Pacific ocean, as
pait of the exposition, a massive
towrr and memorial, whoso structural
design, because of Us beautiful nnd
lorty pinpoitlons, will, It Is believed,
serve as an Inspiring, woiht-wldo In
llueiico In tho elevation of public
morals, tastes, Ideas, hopes and uspli
ntlolis. Size and Dimensions.
Desctlbed In detail by Its de
signer, Wlllio Polk, the tower
ami memorial will bu of tho following
size and dlmcnuloiity and embincu
great flgliro of Victory sutmouutlng
Its shaft, tho tower will bo S50 feet
In height, mnklnj; It the tallest build
ing In tlio wen Id, Tho tonsti lit tlon
will bo of steel ami concrbti' The
cxteilor of tho tower will bo covered
with marble or homo etiiullv durable
end desirable finishing material. Tho
base of tho tower will bo -Ti feet
square, ami 120 fret high. Tinm the
top of this base will arise the main
shart to n height of Soil feet, and the
htinio will be S3 feet square. Thuro
will bo four passenger elovatois to
cany people to the top, fioni which
point a iiingiiilltcnt panorama of tho
fair, the cltv and bav of San Traii
rlsco, and much of the suunumllni;
countiy can be obtained.
The ImiHislug v ashless of these
litoiiortloiis. ns well as the st'ililllty
laud repose which this structuie w.ll
pit-sent cannot hut Impart to tho be
holder u sense of tho mnjcstv of hn-
mau powei When to this Is added
Its aitlstlc t iiilcliment In the shape
of si ulptiiies, (oluuinu, and other or
namentations, all haiiiioiiloiisly com
bined, this memorial tower will, It Is
believed, over piovo a Biibject for
ultlcnl stud) ami an Insplilhg ex
ample for loftiness of purpose on the
part of all who view same.
SUtuary and Frieze.
There nio to ha four main gioups
of statuary, one each on the north,
south, cast and west sides. These
gioups will ho svmhollcul of the pul
pites of tho tower imil' will offer u
field for tho win Id's lust sculptors to
eploll their Ideas and aitlstlc tastes.
At the top of the base will bo a fileze
20 feet hlrib, which will colitlllllo
Hound the four sides of the building
foi a total length or about tl-'S ftet.
This filcn will pli'tuiu lit rilicf the
development of tho North American
continent, and this offeis a subject
fm tie.itmeiit In suth a cumpiuht'ii
thu and aitlstlc manner in to m iko
tho memoilal of gie.it hlsltulcal
SPORTS, SAYS LAW
English Code on Betting Is
Good Enough foi a Jus
tice in Ohio.
CI.UVIJUVNM). O. Nov. 18 Old
UiiRllsh law of the time of tho Im
mortal Ilhickstonu entered )iHUriI'i
III ii hiarliiK In tm i Justice Terrell in
the case of J. Hnir against John
Dimim, a salooukit'pir John Outran
accepted $"S rroui J Savv)er as u bet
on tl uteonie of n wrestling mate It
between Hutch mid Ilackeuscliiiiblt.
Dilgali paid the uiiioiiiit of the bit, he
ti'stillul mi the Information of press
dispatches that notch was the victor,
laitir. bits wile dic'liinsl off liv the
riferec, and Sawjer lipplli'd for his
money Dug in snld lie had paid tho
bit and the suit resulti el. Yisltrday's
trill bifnro a Juiy In ought u verdict
In looking' up the law In the cne
tho Justice found on pace ITO'i, Hates
on ' I'liiidlngs," an exctrpt from the
old Kngllsh code In cfTctt thut stnk"
liiiblt rs were lint responsible for luonev
Hint bad Ik in mild out of tin lr hands
no the outenmo of a spoiling evint
Tin Justlte said that th's was good
tnmit.h for lilm ami he read the i Itu
tlon to the Jur 'I be dlstovtry of tho
line lent basic law shows that the illi
cit nts wire sportM In the mnttir of
reinnilInK games and wagtis Wh'lo
the mniltrii 1 iw makes It a mlsde
lutannr to gamble, nld Uhiikstune uud
his fnllovvtrs lock totinlante of tho
K ntlt nil of laying ii hit.
WED US, 250 SWAINS
BEG OF 250 WIDOWS
"Cupidity" of Bachelois' Club
Is Largest In Matri-
KANTA MONICA. Nov 17 Con
stituting what Is said to be the largest
matrimonial olTir In history, numbers
of the Oatinaii Itaehi lors' Association
of oilman, Arl. have prnposeil to ilO
widows of Santa Moultj.
'Hie otfir Is ollkliit, inniliig III the
form of a litttr tu Chief of l'ollio
llaiiitto and In log slgntsl by slxtein
dliectors of the bitlulnrs' orKiinb-i-tlnu
As the widows hold the linlinic
of power III the llty llectloil elf De
e e mix r It, however, ull steps toward a
reply til the gigantic propii'ul, i Ithcr
Jnlntlj or sevt rally, will br postponed
until aftir that date, as '.he widows
are needid lo vote bele then.
"No Trouble to Wed."
i bus' mines and destrlpllnns, suth ns,
"Anilj I'oitir. !!! eirs old, six feet
mii Imh tall nnd 5S0 pmimls henvv"
The litter eoiuludis
Tlne iiaine lire only n small
mirijln inmp.irid with the great num
ber or Ikii'lielnrs emiilnjed al tlm Tom
Itied milling; iniiip W- would sup
Mst that ou try to nnd us lire part
iit rs "
HAS C0FFINF0R HIS WIFE
HICII.MONI), Mich, Nov. IS "I'vti
still got the colllii I Hindu for hivsclf
and now l'vo muili' one for my wife
I want to buy the fixtures for It."
Po Bald George Walter. S7 yeais old,
of Meuiihls at an undertaker's shop
The fixtures for colllns to be found
III this town proved to be of u cost
that exceeded by GO cents what tho
Memphis man was willing to pay, and
ho went home without them. While
hero ho Issued a general challenge to
The letter to llarrclto. after staling ""' "Hce or ""resile" nny man of ',,
.. .. .... .... Ililu tifr.i fne n mirao nf 1100
tint n iiivvsiiiiH-r in count of the po
lltltnl powir bed by the widows of
Santa Monica had reached O itiniin.
"We have an muni nuinber of Inch-
his agej for n purse of $100.
William T Hopper, assistant cashier
of a Santa I'.osa (Cat ) bunk, killed
himself Willi a revolver Just two weeks
bus hue, ranging In age rroui SO m niter the i-ulclde 'of Ills cousin. Mrs.'
Crank l.epiio, who had been drlvili lo
her ait by a series of anonymous biters.
1 Mars Wo also have a bachelors
assotlatloii If .vim enuld find It con
ve nit ul to ctiminuiiliate with some or
those rub widows and notiry t lit in or
,niir intentions, si. mild they Intend to -
gtt mnrrlid, we are convinced they John n Snead, a wealthy banker or
would have no trouble In petting bus- Amarlllo, Tex, reached St. I.ouls In
bands." pursuit of his wife, who, he said lied
Descriptions Given. with n ranchman lie billcves they,
Tht ii follows a long list of the linrli- are going lo Chicago.
The J3eer That's J)rewed
To Suit The Climate
yiiIt?2'i?''r""'-J'JJ" ' ' '
FATAL DUELJN A PRISON
MADHII), Nov IS A mortal duel
was fought in the Jail at Malaga be
tween two pilsoners Tho stoiy tluowB
u sti ango tight on Spanish pilson
Klttveli men slieplng In tint same
room went plavlng' i.utls when two
of them quill lellid and a duel with
kuiviH was ai lunged bitween Antonio
.limine, and John Domingo
The) pliingid Iheli weapons Into
filth olhi'i seveial times and lltiull)
lluilue collapsiil In a living condi
tion Tho examining muglstiate had tho
sleeping loom searched, and there
weitt discoveied a largo nuinbet of
kulvos, levolveis, boxes of dice, pucks
ol t aids, photographs and a quantity
,of wine uud bi unity.
You'll Never Know
He ' -ul
. wrtat really good cahned milk is
unlt'il you have tried
It has rto equal.
Rich Milk evaporated and sterilized, without
preservatives or sweetening.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
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