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Cotton Chailies Beautiful patterns, fast colors
5 yards for $1
American Shirtings Guaranteed to retain color even if
boiled in soda - '-
20 yards for $1
Liberty Silks Black Grounds, White Floral Designs
15 yards for $1
Ginghams Fast Colors, New Styles.Checksand Stripes-, J
14 yards for $1
French Organdies Lovely Goods, a quality worth .25. ,,.,.
cents per yard; our price
Per yard. 10 cents
Some extra superior lines. We will offer for
15 cents and 20 cents
goods; we could only get a few pieces; Dark Winter
Shades, Rich Floral Effects; make a handsome waist
35 cents per yard
COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME
TO BE PLAYED TODAY
Tlio Thanksgiving football match
game between the Punahou alumni
anil college tenma will be played this
aftornoon at the College grounds at 3
o'clock. It took quite an effort to induce
the college boys to enter this
contest, owing to tho severe test
which they withstood Inst Saturday In
their fierce combat with the Maile
Ultnas. Finally the alumni team succeeded
In concluding the match by
loaning Sopor, full back, and Hemin
way, right tackle, to the collegians.
On account of the excessive heat the
halves will be reduced to twenty minutes
each. Following will be the lineup:
Alumni. Position College.
F. Damon Left end C. JuiM
J. Watcrhouse.Left tackle. A. Walker
W. Walker.. .Left guard... H. Cruzan
A. W. Judd.... Center. ...I. Robinson
A. W. Judd. ..right guard. ..E. Perry
A. WaterhouscR. T...C. Heminway
W. Greenwell..R. end..M. Robinson
R. G. Wnterhouse.Q. B. .A. Marcellino
A. U. Ingnlls...L. half. ..L. Kaulukou
G. Fuller R. half A. Castle
C Cooke, captain. F. back..W. Soper
L. G. Blackman, the well known
football organizer, has succeeded in
centralizing four clubs of ninety members
under the names Scottish.
lolani College and Iolanl Alumni.
The four clubs will contest for the
championship under the local system
of two games to each club, so that
when the series is finished each
club will have played six games. The
team winning a contest will get two
marks and each game that happens to
be a draw will give a mark to each.
The alumni team is the last one to
be formed. Its officers are. captain,
Piinaia; sub-captain. Bolster; secretary.
Hart; management committee,
Willis and Smithies. Next week there
will be a game between the two college
teams. Today a practice game
between soma members of the association
will be played at the college
.NO CERTIFICATES REQUIRED.
Regulations Permitting Indiscriminate
Burials In Other Islands.
The statement recently made by
Dr. Pratt at tho inquest of the
that on the Islands other
than Oahu no death certificate Is required
before a corpse may be burled
naturally aroused some curiosity. In
pursuance of that desire for the benefit
of the public, n reporter yesterday
questioned Dr. Pratt as to the
source of authority for this practice.
It appears from the laws relating to
health matters and the rules and regulations
of the Board of Health of the
Republic of Hawaii, a copy of "which
Di Pratt courteously furnished The
Republican, that this sort of practice
Is allowed by the sanitary code of the
Board of Health.
Paragraph 12 of the Sanitary Code
provides that, "All deaths occuring
within tho district of Kona, Oahu,
must be reported to the registrar of
deaths, with name, age. sex, nationality,
residence, cause of death, attending
physician and place of burial.
No interment will he allowed in or
about the city of Honolulu without
the written permission of the agent
of the Board of Health, who will issue
these permits on application at his
There being no mention of other
districts or islands in this connection
it follows that no certificate for burial
is required. Each district, however,
keeps a record of deaths and the registrar,
who Is the deputy sheriff, sends
them nlonthly to the secietary of the
Number of High Class Performers to
Open at Orpheum Tonight.
There will no doubt be a crowded
house at the Orpheum tonight, and for
many nights to come. Nine first-class
artists, three already popular favorites
and six whose names are well
known to, everybody who takes interest
invaudevllle, all of whom have
just closed a season at the San Francisco
Orpheum, should satisfy everybody.
The program will be marked by Its
high class character. The comedy will
be in the hands of Ida Howell, comedienne;
Conlon and Ryder and Edward
Adams. There Is a clever little racing
drama for the first of the evening, and
the rest of the program is filled with
musical numbers of a high order.
Alice Raymond, cornetist, could fill the
Opera House on her own individuality;
her reputation is established as an
unsurpassed performer. Mabel Je
Claire has a personality that will Attract
many to the Orpheum, aside from
her singing no better gauge of which
can be estimated than the fact that
she was at one time prima donna for
the celebrated Bostonians. Kulkamp.
the tenor, bears the reputation of being
the handsomest singer of his day,
while his voice Is fully up to his reputation.
He will sing "The Holy City"
Oahu Ice &
ICE deliver&I new to
all parts of the city.
Yodr Orders Solicited.
HOFFIAN & MARKHAM
Telephome 3161, Blue.
P. O. Box 600
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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 39, 1900.
In spite of the big rise in the Cotton Market, this purchase
has enabled us to sell Goods in this Department
cheaper than ever. Why pay an increase when we
offer you special inducements?
. Turkish Towels We have over -3,000 dozen in stock;
anyone can examine our books if they doubt the
tity. We had to take the lot or none. Come and judge
$1.00, $1.50, $1.75 $2.25 per dozen
Bed Spreads No other house could ever come near us
for value in these goods, but this purchase permits us
to do better than ever. We can sell them at
75 cents, $1.00 and $1.25 apiece
Others may quote same price, but price is nothing; exam-,.
ine the goods.
Shirt Waists Such bargains we can' never get again
they' are true fitting and of the newest cut; Marvelous
Value. Our prices
50c. 65c75c. 85c. and $1
for Sale By
LEWIS & CO.,
Grocers Sole Agents
THREE TELEPHOHES 240--240--240
HART & CO.
TIE ELITE IGE CREAM PARLORS
Fine Chocolates and Confections;
Ice Cream and Ices Water.
Marble, Granite and Blue Stone
Monuments lettered and cleaned
Stone yard, between King and Hotel
on Alakea Street.
SAFES . . .
THE MOSLER The best in the
world. Call and examine our stock.
We have sold 250 SAFES since
November 1st, 1899.
imillK IBM FEIGE
I lOHIEITlt GO.
641 King Street Phone 502
Geo. L Martin
Bite Bid g
IF YOU ARE
Just what to give your.friends for Christmas drop into our
store, we will solve the question by showing you our Ijargh
New Stock of Holiday Goods, such as new pieces'of Stkkuxo
Silver and Cot Glass Ware "Watch, Eixgs, Beauty and
Stick Pins, Bracelets, Coff Buttons, and in fact everything
kept in a first class Jewelry Store.
We have scores of beautiful things that exquisite taste
says are exactly right for Ciiuistmas Gifts. "We are selliug
these goods at Coast Prices.
We would be pleased to show you our stock whether
you buy or not.
532 Fort Street
STYLISH AND UP-TO-DATE
:Is our nev stock of :
We can say withouta doubt that these
are the handsomest goods ever shown
in the furniture line in Honolulu.
THE COYNE FURNITURE CO.
Progress Block, Fort St
R. W. ATKINSON
Room 11, Magoon Block, Merchant St.
Mfirtisiig ui CihtcI Ipit
A. CO WAS, Xuuer
onse8 n Boo"
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Easiness aea will tell yoa
that an ad in The Republic-
aa briBs geod remits be-
$ caase the Bcefle read it.
518 Fort Street.
First class rigs at fair prices.
TiifcNi477. ladstM. "Phn" HI.
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COBXEK BEBETAXU AXD AttKH
OFF1CE to 10 a. Jt, a to
4 r. at, and 7 to 8 r. m.
SUNDAYS 9 to 10 a. it, 7 to 8. r. x
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NEWS WORTH READING
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD., have much pleasure in announcing that they have
been successful in purchasing, at their own price a -large portion of the stock of
L. 0. Thompson & Co., 898-900 Broadway, N.Y.,
who made an assignment for the benefit of their" creditors, on September 16.
Our MIL KERR happened to be in New York at the time this stock was sold; but he had already purchased largely when this opportunity presented itself. Notwithstanding this he made an oiler
for good suitable for this market which was accepted.
We are now in a position to ofier the finest stock of Dry Goods ever brought to Honolulu at prices never known before and probably Avill never be heard of again.
Tiiere are bargains in every Department of liiis extensive stock. The following are only a lew of the Leaders:
MEN'S FURNISHING DEPT
HERE AGAIN WE SHINE. Gentlemen, if you don't
know where our Store is ask the Ladies, they all know.
If you find it inconvenient to call before 5 p. in., our
closing hour, step in at lunch time. We will be happy
to show you the Goods. If you don't buy now, you are
sure to do so when wanting.
We have the very newest styles in MEN'S HATS direct
from New York.
If you want a Hat come and look at ours, the price is half
. that of other stores, and the variety and stylo
v - ' Men's Shirts Our customers ask us how we can sell
.-, them so cheap. We'll tell you. Where others buy
10 dozen we buy 100 dozen. We can give you good
45, 50, 65, 75 and 90 cents
and up to any price you require and in any style.
Our Golf Shirt soli "bosom) at
l cannot be bought elsewhere for less than SI. 50.
t Men's Patent Elastic Scam Drawers, any size you want,
Tho finest stock of Neckwear in the city.
Anybody who Studies their Own 'Interest, Must Buy From
Iv. B. KBRR & CO. Itd
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
An Exceptional Program, Clean and Artistic, devoid of any
suggestion of horseplay.
6 NEW ABTTSTS 6
lately from "Orpheum," San Francisco.
LOOK AT THE NA3EES, YOU KNOW THEM.
"World's Greatest Ladv Cornettist
Mabel Le Claire,
Operatic Prima Donna, late of'the "BostoiiiHiw.'
Hanlon and Singer, ' . r
Champions on the Roman Rings.
Edward B. Adams
Conlon and Ryder,
COMMENCING WITH THE RACING DRAMA.
" The Faithful Jockey"
By a special cast
Absolutely the beat program ever given in Honolulu.
Priees25, 50 and 75 Cents
Box Office Open From 9 A.M;
Bead The Honolulu Republican.
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