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f5f:1 " " f. ' $- 1 ' Hi II ! BVHNING BULLETIN, HONOMJUJ, T. !!., THURSDAY,. DEC. U, 1908. 33 J Today Souvenir Day Handsome Silk Fans Given Away Gratis With a Dollar Purchase Big Dressed Dolls Given Away with $2:00 and $5.00 Purchase TONIGHT! Noisy Things Free! Free! Free! .Bring the children Doll Contest CLOSES AT 10 O'CLOCK TONIGHT. Send in your voles as early as possible. The Dolls will be delivered to the lucky ones on Christmas morning. I'., a Sachs9 THE PLACE TO DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING. Clearance Sale This sale applies only to the main store' aj Eleele. A Great Reduction in all Lines of COTTON GOODS ' These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS, MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices. All These Prices Strictly Cash. A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liqnor for the Christ mas trade in onr Liquor Department. , J. L. Siva's Store, Eleele; Kauai SUSY DAY FOR THE POSTALEMPLOYES Two Mail Steamers Will Arrive Here . Tomorrow Pontnl clerks aro not looklnc for ward to ClirlatniBR With ftliy Bleat on lliimlaBin. To them It will mean jut a little, more work than h'as como '.heir way nt any time this year. Two steamers, etch with n largo amount of mall, will nrrhe In tho mornlmj nnd It will tako a good many hours to comnleto tho sorting. Harly In the morilng tho Almrcla will arrive from Sim Krnnclsco bring ing a largo amount of mall, as ell as some lato Christmas cargo. Tho Si beria Is" expected from Yokihama. She will undoubtedly bring u large mall from the Orient. - It Is expected that tho Alanitdu's mall will bo a record-breaker as, ninny people will doubtless tnko ni'tantngo of tho opportunity to send piesents and letters so that they will nm'. Jnst on Christmas morning. The Alameda Is expected here about daybreak, or shortly after. 'The sailing tlmo of tho SilieiU lm not been set, but will depend upon the time that tho vessel nrrlves and wheth er or not the agents of tho company can secure men to unload the cargo tomorrow. If conditions are favorable tho ship will sail tomorrow night, oth erwise not until Saturday morning. WARN JAPANESE . TO KEEP PEACE Another meeting by tho Japaneso Higher Wages Association will be held In tho Asaht building, tho Japanese thcatio on Maunakca street, on Sim day night. The meeting Is called for the purpose of advising the plantation Japaneso to keep peace until mutual arrangements hnvo been made be tween the committees of tho Planters' Association and tho Japanese Associa tion for Higher Wages. According to Kred K. Maklno, It Is evident that tho plantation Japaneso tro waiting for the result of Sunday's meeting, pending which they will con tinue to work.. It Is expected that the meeting will bo addressed by well known Japanese speakers, among whom will be Maklno, Negoro and sev eral others. You will find nothing better in quality, prettier, or moic reasonable in price. Headquarters for Christmas gifts. DRESDEN RIBBONS, beautiful patterns ; 15etoJ5o a yard. SATIN AND TAFFETA RIBBONS, plain colors, all widths and shades SPECIAL PRICES. ELBOW LENGTH GLOVES, black and white and Tan; $3.00 pair; formerly $4.00, LADIES' SILK GLOVES, elbow length, black and white; $1.50 and- $1.75 a pair. HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES, splendid assortment in hemstitched and scalloped edges; 506 to $5.00 per doz. HYDEGRADE WASHSUITS FOR BOYS, from 2 to 9 years. SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. ALL THE TOYS MUST GO THIS WEEK Never mind the price we are going to sell them to you for CHRIST MAS PRESENTS. OPEN EVENINGS. . . A. Blom, OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL. T Jir f CAMPBELL WILL ASK FOR MILLION Murston Campbell. Superintendent of Public Works, this morning stated that tho total sum ho would ask in ap propriations from the Legislature for tho public works of the Territory would amount to ono million dollars. Tho individual sums of each appropri ation he does not care to give out at yet., on account of the difficulty It might cause him when ho advertises for bids on various propositions. BRECKONS GIVES MANY SMOKES -4. United States District Attorney R. W. Urockons this morning. In agecord nice with tho custom that ho has fol lowed for tho past years since he haB held his present office, distributed a box of cigars to overy bailiff, clerk of court, and court stenographer, In tho Judiciary building In all, ho Kayo uwn eighteen boxos of tho best Per fectos as Christmas remembrances this morning. Y. M. C. A. NEW YEAR'S DINNER It has been decided to have a dluner for Y. M. C. A. members on New Year's day at their building on Hotel street. Dinner will be served at C o'clock sharp. Owing to lack of room only about fifty mombcrs can bo accommo dated and those who wish places re served should communicate with tho secretary Immediately. The price of (ho dinner will bo fifty cents. THE RI8INQ MAN. Ojer "Thero-goes n young man who Invariably rises to the occasion." Mycr "Indeed!" ,.., Oyer "Fact; he's an elevator chauf feur." Whitney v& Marsh's, Doll-house count on.Pago IS, JEWELER'S STORE IS BURGLARIZED Lindsay -Plaw Entered But Key Only Is , r Taken John Mia, a .Hawaiian with an unsavory record, has been arrested by the police, and 'It Is believed' that he Is responsible for, at least, some Of the burglaries which ,have ,bcen committed during the past few vfeeks. For several days past outsiders, not connected with, the detective depnrt- minl. hnva miei(tid that Lua was worthy of attention, and it Is under stood that his arrest followed one of these, suggestions. The recent burglaries may be clas sified Into two distinct classes, (hose which mite iukuu in-!3 m iu su burbs, where a timid prowler climbed through windows, generally encoun tering women. To this class tho Spencer,' Akaka, Robertson, Lyman, nnd other similar cases belong. Tho other class takes In the down-town cases, such ns tho Lutted cases, the Lindsay 'case, which win be mention ed later, nml possibly the Houghtall Ing case. It Is fairly certain that dif ferent men did the Jobs In these two classes, and It looks very much as, It I,uu might have bean the responsible party In those of the first class. Lua was released from Jail Dec. 14 utiu It Is a noticeable feature that all the burglaries mentioned have been committed fclnce that date. In addi tion to this the police havu. since found out that a man answering l.ua's description was seen by n Ha waiian woman in a 'tenement housi on Kurt street, 'ile'was entering the rooms of the house, but was fright- toned off, nnd went into a Portuguese house In the neighborhood. The man Who was seen wore block trousers, a checkered jumper and a' white hat, which Is the same tt's'the rig which Lua was found In. Lua admits that lie was In this house, but claims that ho was looking for d man named Dan. This occurred last Monday. It Is ulio reported from an outside source that Lua was, .seen In Kuplo ianl Park very (ate one night, and as most .of the. burglarUs have taken place In this, vicinity.- this Is another susdIcIous clrcumstance.- i M ' L II lAia ata oeen stylus me punte uu account of 'hla' movements since '.he was released 'from jail, but, according to Chief of Detectives Kalaklela.'hls statement do not.tally wlth'Oth'cr In formation wnicn nas-ueen iookcu up. 'A -most ' peculiar burglary wasAro ported to tho police thltf'mornlng by Jewolor Lindsay, whose pjace of bus' Iness Is on the corner of' Fort and l'auahl streets. Ills storo was entered lost' night through. a transom overjthu lineklnor. but- nnlhlnirwas taken ox' ccpt tho key to 'tho 'doorj which'1 was en the Inside. Why the thief did no', take any Jewelry, to whlclj ho had comparatively easy uccena, rviuuiua mystery. Tho police aro of the opinion, owing to the circumstances of the entering ot the transom, that two persons iriust have been .concerned, a .tall 'one1 and a small, one, as a largo man' could not bet through tho transom, while a shor', ono could not have reached It unas sisted. They believe. thut the tall man helped a short one through tho-trail torn. k ' Attorney demons reports,' that 'his boiiso on the Diamond Head, road was visited by an Intruder on Iho same night as a similar affair occurred at the Lyman house, which Is.ln ihe'lm mediate vicinity. Mrs. demons' was awakened by hearing someone trying to open a window. She aroused her husband, who got up and turned on n light, whereupon tho burglar was frightened away. Tho next morning plain footprints were found. The case of McShaue, the messenger boy who was charged with burglary in connection with tho Mmo. Lambert case, was stricken from the Pojlco Court calendar this morning, as Mmo Lambert did not wish to swear to tho complaint, as alio did not feel certain that McBhano was' really her midnight visitor. Tho defendant was rearrest. ell during the forenoon; and Is now be ing hold for furtbor Investigation. h3tnt ilpiMl aSm I ra is TEETH J al I"pJJ5E3J Kail lM,M!sfl ilkIMIJl Ml 'sftgSr'l SOZODONT Called "The Honest Dentifrice" because through .sixty years no honest effort has been spared to give the public a dentifrice that the teeth require. It is an alkaline, slightly astringent, deliciously fra grant deodorizer and tonic for the tooth and mouth structure. Use Sozodont. It is absolutely pure. Benson. Smith & Co., Agents Fine Wines and Liquors For Christmas Festivities Cream Rye Whiskey, Old Jas. E. Pepper WKiskey, Gilbey's "Pro vost" Scotch Whiskey. ( Kaupakulua Wine Hade in Maui. A very'superior wine of rarest bou quet, and flavor. Bartlett Water In the 'natural Mineral and Carbonated. Unequalcd for its medicinal properties, and a choice Table Water. LOVEJOY & CO., Ltd. Wholesale Dealers 902-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308 ii C 1 rHBGUSSHOESi I FOR WOMEN I J1EQAI SHOES are in demand all over the United States; the very name of REQA1 is a guarantee of High est Quality and Style-Correctneti. You can always de pend that any BEOAL of your size is the best shoe for you to wear. And you are sure of finding just the right size in RE GAL Quarter Sizes A specialty that isn'exclusiv'ely Regal. SEE OUR IMMENSE NEW STOCK OF ' SPRING STYLES. REGAL SHOE STORE, MoCANPLESS BUILDING. KINO AND BJBTHEL STREETS. 3000-FREE VOTES-3000 In Bulletin's Popularity Contest Fill, in the name of your favorite young woman NOW and mail to Contest Departments Fop Sale Building Site at Puunui,near Coun try Club. 2 Acres for $750. Scenery unsurpassed. P: E. R. Strauch .WAITY-'BLBO. ... 74 B. KOTO 81, HER REPLY. Percy "Miss UllnkH Is rawtlier uw ifaio, Uoncher think!" Reggie "Wcally, 1 novali notlceil It." Pcroy'WolL Bno I. When I nwsked her lawst night It I aw might bo her CwlstmaH nwesent, ulio nevuh saw the point at all. 8liu ro I'lleii that xho'il rawtlier have some thing unuful than ornamental, cloudier know!" m THE WOMAN QUESTION "I was handed another Installment of the eternal woman question Ihlb morning," replied tho benedict. "W'liat'u tho answer?" queried tho young bachelor. "My wife asked mo if her lint wan on straight," replied tho height-paying party of the matrimonial part. m Said Ho "What good ure llch rela tlonk, anyway!" Bald She "Oh, they aro ull right when you want something lo point to without pride." '-No candidate will be credited with more than one of these NOMINATING BALLOTS. . Nominating Ballot Good for 3000 Votes IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST Must be voted on or before' SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND, Please enter 3000 votes for Miss : Address District No. . t. THIS COUPON, if presented at the Bulletin office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday, January 2nd 1809, will be acoepted for 3000 Votes in favor of the contestant named therein. .Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING BALLOT. Addres, Manager Contest Dept. Evening Bulletin, Honolulu, T. H: 8Y AUTHORITY NOTICE. PAYMENT OF SEWER BATES. In accordance with Chapter 84 Ot the Hevlsod l.nws of H'Ofi, nil tlioi.o holding sewer privileges nr pajlns lower rntes nre hereby notified thu the mrwer rates for the Six (Ci Months ending June :!flth, 1!)0!). wf be duo and pmnble at the nfilce v., the supi:iiinti:nm)i:nt or punt : WORKS, uu thu Unit day of Junum 1009. A failure to pay such rnteji with r fifteen (If.) l.i thereafter will su . Ject the holder tu 10 nddltiounl. MANt'CI, K. COOIC, Chief Clerk. Approved: MARSTON CAMt'Ili:LI Superintendent of l'ubllc Works. Department of Public Works. De cember 2S, l'JOS. I1U0-U NOTICE. PAYMENT OF WATER RATES. Aa provided fur In Chapter 4fi 'it the Itcvined l.aun of Hawaii, 'J0.. all persoiiH luildlut; water prlvlleg. or tlioi pa) lug water rateu urn hen by, notified that the water rates foi tho SU (li) mouths cndlni; June 30th, 1909, will lie due and paynlil on the I'lint d.i) of January, 1909. On ull kucIi rates remaining unpaid on Jnnunr 15th, 1909, au additional charge of 10 per cent, will Ho made. All privileges upon ulilch rates re main unpaid on lVbruary lHth. 1901', are tuljjcct to Immediate shut ul without further notice. Hates aro payable at tin1 olllco ot the HONOl.tTl.li WATCH WOUKS. Capitol lliilldliig. J. M. I.ITTI.t:, Superintendent of the Honolulu Water Works, -MSil-la We wish You all A Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year C. Q. Yee Hop & Co. Christmas Fruifs AT New Market Waikiki corner Beretania & Alakcu BRAUENTAHOME Bandares apples, 4 lbs $ ,2' Mountain apples, 5 lbs , ,2b Newtown pippins, 4Vi lbs 25 Best California oranges, per dz. .40 Second quality, per doz 3! Third quality,, per doz. 30 Fourth quality, per doz 26 Best California lemons, per doz. .20 California pears, 3'2 lbs 25 Qrapefruit, extra large, 5 lbs.. ,2.'i Dry figs, per box (50 nkgs.) . . 1.80 Dry figs, small size box. , ,85 Chestnuts, per pound ,l Almonds, per pound 18 Walnuts, per pound Ill Fancy Oregon anples .76 Bandares ancles, per case 1,7( Second quality, per case l.G! Mountain anples, per case ..... 1.2!j Bandares' apples (red) 1,75 Pears, large box .-. . 2,6'J Pears, small box ..... 1.40 Oranges, box of DO 2.75 Oranges, box of 12G 2.70 Oranges, box of 150 2.G5 Oranges, box of 200 2,60 Otanges, box of 17G 2.65 Oranges, box of 216 2,50 CALL AND TAKE YOUR CHOICE FOR CHRISTMAS ISLAND FRUITS Free Delivery llla'uk bookH of all Korts, ledgers (tc .rjuauufncturrd by thu Ilulletl) I'ublUhlug Company. -? "O , :i J MJkjlti.- jmia