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The careful buyer goes wlier she KNOWS she can find what she wauls
ff The holidays are fait approaching,
:- anrflthe tactful merchant Is each day .
, STEAMER TABU. .J,
t rrom Ban Franclseoe '
Chin Dec. ill
Alameda Dec. 21
For 8pn Francisco:
Alameda Uoc. 28
Doric Dec. 21
Mlnwera Dec. IB
Moann Jan. D
. 'through The Evening Bulletin, In- -
rmlng the public what he has pro- -
.;. vfaed In the way of gifts, and edu.
.;. eating It In the art of selection.
4 This Is the merchant, you may b
.;. cure, who Is going to do a genuln
holiday business. The buyer Is go-
JSt Ing where he knows he will find Just
what he wants. The Times Are Too
Busy To De Hunting Round In the
.j. Dark for One's Gifts.
SHE LEARNS 10 KNOW IN THE IIIF.1 ADS
Vol. XV III No 3566
12 PAGES- HONOLULU. rKHKITOKY OP HAWAII MOKDAY. l)K(!Ki1 KKK 17 l!Ut!-l2 PAGES
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No Danger of Japanese,jRoo$eV8lfS
WOULD MAKE NO DIFFERENCE IF THEY BOUGHT
II makes no illfToicru p who inquires
Hi" ownership nf the l.minl lauds; llicy
lll mil pirs mil from itmlt-r the cou
ncil of the Tcrrllory
'I lint Is tlui substance of n statement
made this mnrnliiR by (!ncrnnr Cnl
Ici. ntul initH'H iik nn answer Id the
dntrment made tlint there might lie :i
pn-cslhlllly of the Japanese Rovcrninent
I iiIiir lainnl fnun the limn who should
mepilre ownership of It thrmiRh the
proposed cxchntiRe "Perhaps they
ilon'l know," Knlil the (ioicrnor, "that
ihr Hrlllsh Cm eminent owns liitnl In
the Island. Hint lit Kcnlnkckun lui),
on Komi Hut Hint make no diner
cure. The Terrllory still has ns miirli
lonliol nf th.it land Hit of nn owned
In n prlv nli Indhldiml."
In nii ccnt, the mil for Injiiiiitton
lunURht Ii; I. Ink MtCauillcss Ih lint
brought on the Rroumls of nubile il
lev. but of law. lie claims Hint the
Governor tilth no llfiht to tmile off the
l.mil fcr olhei lands.
The mutter Is now up to the courts,
nml notlilne more (nil be ilom until
It Is decided b them lloei nor Ciller
states that he will not eeli open tlw
one bill he receUcd, until ilflei the lie
clslon Ih reiuleieil "I bine tluit nimli
lespect for the Court," lie said Ibis
inornliiK. 'Allorne (lenernl I'etcis Is
liniitllltitt the nse for the Terrlton
.IiuIro (leiir Is ntlornej for McCandlesn
II Is iKiHHlble Unit Hie suit may mst
the liixpajors of the Territory 11 ion
slilenible imioiint of money The Hoi
ernor says that the owncra of the lands
offereil In oxchniiRC for the Uinul lands
mnj raise their prlies If this Is iloiie.
(Continued on Page 3)
t Xttnnrlateil !t n 5jifrfif fnhlt)
I WASHINGTON, 0. C., Dee 17 The
President has sent an additional men
sage to Congress referring to the Pan
ama Canal, Public Lands, and the Per
sonnel of the Navy,
Or Another Exchange
May Be Started For
The uiiiihiihI ndlUty In minim;
ntock, wliiih bus enlivened III" down
town dlxtrkl, will. JiuIcIuk from the
present Imlliatlons, eulnilniilo ellher
In lli HstliiK of some of these, slinks
011 the Slock ICxc linngc, or In Hie es
tablishment of a separate exchange,
where oil, eopper and cold stocks will
While n ery larso amount of min
im; stock, principally In tlio mines In
Hie (loldlltld dlstrlil III Novnda, has
been IioiikIU and sold hern liilely, litis
has been hniulleil by outsldeis or by
regular InokeiM oil the street Theie
has been some talk about bnvlliK some
ot these slinks llkteil on the Hlodc
KxehaiiRe, bill no nrllnn has ns el
been Inkcn In the matter
Hairy ArmllaRC, tlm prominent
1 link broker, who Is generally lepoil
id to liaM) handled (nusldernble iiiau
titles of Hid iiiIiiIiir stock retently,
was i-ccn nbout the mailer Ibis noon,
(Continued on Pag 2)
m w sues ;
To Foreclose Mortgage
Made By Achi
A salt IuoIiIiir the sum ol fJ'.i,iHHi,
with Inleiest fnun .Tnl I. WW. m
tiled today In the C'lliull Court tlo
pl.ilntllTs lain llathsheb.i M. Allen
Mark I. Robinson. Joseph t) Cnrti i
and Paul Muhlendoif, trusleis of the
eslnleofHielaleS.il 'I (' Allen The
defendants to the suit are Wm C At 111
nml Mnr Arhl, the Knploliiul Kslnte,
and It. Castle.
It Is aliened that on .I lib .11, 100.1. W
C Achl cxcoitid .1 morlR.iKe olie.liiR
in Allen 1. Itolilm-oii nlHiiit i,T,V, lines
ot land ill llouom.illiK , South Kona,
and a lnrwe numbei nf Miluable stocks
The morlRiRii was rIncii to sietiie the
laynient of 11 ironilssor note for JJ'.i.
1)0 with Interest at S per nut 1I11111I
.lul.t 1, K':l 'I he note was nflirwarils
transferred In Allen K llobliisou to the
plalnlllfs. It Is staled lb.it no p,nt of
(Itbi'i Inleiest 01 prlmlpal I1.1t. been
'I he mnrtRiiRC provides that If ill fault
Is ni.ule In pn) 1111 nl of prliulpil or lu-
(Continued on Page 3;
(.ipeilal Wireless to llullellu)
llllo Hit 17 Tlie M.itxin sleniner
Kuleriulse in riled here S.ilardn iifler
11 llene slniKUle III the southerly slorm
whli Ii lin- bun rualui; In Hnr-Tlrtiill
of the Islands diirlni; Hie pant wiel.
Hue linndied unci II M tons of hvl dek
lo.nl was lost mid some iI.uii.ikc w.is
done to her upper works.
tif',f Vra 5prial r'Mtfl
RANCISCO. Cal Dec 17
Louis Dabner, who Vflth John Slemien
it held in San Francisco for the mur
Uer of M. Munekata of the Japanese
Bank in October la,st, has pleaded gull
ty and may possibly turn state's evi
I l" I'll-'! ',r. ,.., hi t.ilni-;
GAN FRANCISCO. Cal Dec. 17.
Judge Dunne today denied the motion
el defendants' attorneys to strike the
Indictments against Mayor Schmitz
and Abe Rucf from file. The men
must stand trial.
r..:i DIZGO. Cal, Dec. 17. John
U. Spreckcl: ban been elected presi.
il'n' of the San Olego-Arliona Rail.
Iro-H hi h 'ils 'athcr Is backing.
PARIS, France, Dec. 17, Cordlnal
Richard has voluntarily vacated the
'Episcopal Palace, There has been a
public demonstration of sympathy.
WASHINGTON, D C, Dec. 17
Strauss, Mctcalf, Donaparte and Moody
have assumed olfice. Strauss Is Sec
retary of Commerce and Labor, Met ' WAYNESDURO, Dec 17. There Is
calf is Secretary of the Nivy. Dona 'an alleged discrepancy of $95,000 In
parte is Attorney General, and Moody the accounts of Cashier Rlnehart of
la justice of the Otiprcmt Court the Farmers and Drovers' Dank.
1 DICE AT
THE SEASIDE HOTEL
A faiewell ilaiuc In honor or Hn of
III cis and ladlis on board Hie Irans
port Sherman will In- j;lien Ibis even
Iiir 111 the Honolulu Si aside llnlcl. A
iipetinl dinner with iiiiihI, will he
serd on Hie open lima I rioiii six
I hirl j mil II eight o'lloik A iiimII.iI
Invllatloii to iMivoiii is cxl mini
On New Year's Day
the 3. S. Alameda will arrive at San
Francisco with a consignment of pine,
apples and bananas,
LEAVE ORDER AT WELLS TARGO.
72 KING ST.
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Excitement Wild in Nevada,
I) illy liesh fin I lines are wieslul from Mother Curth Tendi rfeet nml
Inexperlcnciil men hne beiome millionaires oiirnlKhl a few weeks urii
they laboiid for day's wiiros Vol! (JAN DO THIS ALSO. Ihu ihanccs a in
bctlei now than cut define
Mail) of our Island cllcnlx bine r am il.stiiiieiidoiis nrollls b follownis
our nihlic. -In substnnilatlou or whlih w'e n iroiline Hie followlUK Inini
Hie SAN I'llANCISCO CAM. of dale lleicllll.cr I, lltiirt
"HONOLULU BUYING STOCKS
"ISLAND SPECULATORS MEET WITH SUCCESS IN NEVADA MINES.
"IIOXOI.IM.t!. Ninetnlier ;rt Imeri'M In Nevada mill
Ihk slinks has been rhiwIiir rapldl) for some time past. It
Is said Hint, while a lurRe number of men are IiiijIiir and
bale bought slot ks In the unions lomerns In Neiada, mi
far I here has not bien a sliiKle loss reiorded
"All of Hie stocks In whli b loinl piople iuiesled hue
ailiaiiMil In aliie la two or tbrte lusintues nun In ihls
lt) are x.ilil to hae (leniid up SMi.tiiiil, while there hip a
number who hne made snnilUr nniounis, but Mill ruiiuliiR
lulo Hie thousands "
The early outh of '117 will see more and quicker Iiiirc forluiHM made
lhau vliico ComsliKk das This Is not spci illation TIM'. COMI IS
'IHKlIi: Wo me rlKlit wbeie )ou in ( d us In San I'lauilMO where the
maikel lor Neiada shines Is made Our IIiircis are toimlaiill) 011 the pulie
ol Hie iiiIiiIur sIih It situation, and wi hale mi male kunnlcilKC of the
i,im.,1 slinks. WltlTi: NOW for our KIIDi: MAIIKIvr I.UTTKIt. And win 11
joii Ret our tip to bu or sell be rt ady to ACT. "
Warnings Are Issued
At Japanese Meeting
LECTURER STIRS UP COUNTRYMEN
A ei) IniRe loliRrcKnilon ei fiip.111 i opb into war with Hreat llrltaln
1 se holh from local nml outside ills nnd uniiia bernme an Independent
trli is. Riilbere nt the .lapanere tlienli ' n pnl.ll. 11 u l cauci 1 he Americans
on Aula street last lilRbt to Imim m wi iIIkh.iiIh(1i I wlih the treatment
1 In- lei lure or (! Shlmadn. which was iln wn riiiiih; ni Hie linnds of
ireili)iisl nlinniinccil In their tnws Hieai Itiltnlu Toda) we Jnpalieso
tapers Then- were present In Hie lire mil pha. d bin dlssnllstled, wllli
mlRliliorhiMid of elRht bunilred people the tic aitnem or our school children
nml many weie compelled to n main by lh San Pram Isco School Hoard;
outside, as the Interior of the house but fiittunnlrl, President Hoosoelt,
was filled to thu utmost. The meet- who Is 11 remarkable human quality
Iiir was full or enthuslnsin from stmt mid who is looked upon I1.1 the Japan
to tlulsh nnd was orderly throiiRhoiit.') so 11s 11 Rrent medlnlor. iins fcnrless
Mr rukuslilmn presided mcr the ly comlc-niiii il the action of the scIiimiI
iiieelliiR and the prlmlpal speaker of hoard nml sulci ihai If necessary hn
Hie eu nliiK, .Mr (1. Shlmad.i, 10111 woubl use arms to slop this Idea of
luetiied at fi.flii In Hie midst of crml ilisc-rlmlunllng uRiilnst Jiipnncfe school
applause as he appeared on Die sIiirc. children The showlue made by the
The subjects thai he dwell upon were- jPrcsiclciit I bo speaker said, will re,
llrst "America nml Japan of Todaj'.sull In Jnp.ins taor ltisiseelt. the
nml secondli, "The Hawaii Shlnpo speaker said, l sure in rmnlnro bla
and lis proprlelor". lpeoile Hint nerv man's rlRhl should
In nililrossliiR tin) lueetlnR (1 Shi lie ecpially recoRiilzed,
lii.nln snld that the school epic stlim , Shlmadn said that America's popu
which Is i-nuslliR a Rrcat deal or com billon Is made up or dllfcrent nntlon
incut on Hie mainland. Is not a epies 'hIIHch and that eeu Hie ncRro Is rec-
linn ol tndii), but of yore, and has now oruIxciI as an American Why. then,
been broiiKht to llRht b the iictlon of kIhiiiIiI the Americans villi Christian
the San riiimlsio School Hoard. It c hlllatlnn ami at Ihls age of proRresa
Is a cpiesllou of Rreal Imporlanre and ,ar mil our Japanese rhlldren from
rliould not be overlooked. It sliou'd ' (Continued on Page 2)
be nmlcnbt) settled al once, or a (loud 1 i
burst will initse the rain In fall. Shi
mada snbl that hu lilt certain that
Ileal en had iipprnu'il of this Riilher J
Iiir, ns the storm and rain had leased
to Interfere with the (oiiiIiik of 'be
people In his opinion, be said, cicry
W. C. COX & CO., Inc.,
Members of the San Francisco & Tonorah Mining Exchange, Suite No. 213
Monadnock Building, San Francisco, Cal.
DATH RODB8, Msn's nd Boys'
NIGHT nOBES, Msn's and Boys
CRAVANETTB RAIN COAT8.
PAJAMAS, Mtn's and Boys'
SWEATERS, Men's and Boys'.
.GOLF JACKETS. ' i
SHIRTfa. all styles and patterns
, NECKWEAR, all styles.
HOSIERY, all styles.
CHILDREN'S HATS AMD CAPS
MEN'S BOYS' and CHILDREN 3
TUXEDO AND FULL DRESS SUITS In fact everything you can ask for in our line. ' '
The Kash Company, Limited
LASTING HOLIDAY GIFTS
TELEPHONE MAIN ?b
COR FOnT AND HOTfcL STRTETll
THAI IG r ML. KIND WC SELL.
OUR MONDAY STOCK IS NO WALL ON UI0PLAY and In.
eludes a lot of useful Novelties, Including
CHAIRS, ROCKERS, CHILDREN'S CHAIRS,
RUG3, SHAVING STANDS, PIANO STOOLS, TAnLLS,
CURIO CADINET8, CHINA CARINCTS, SIDEBOARDS,
DUITCT3, and a Large Number of Other Articles
What Iijd become ol the things you gave your friends li!t
ear' Probably they ate all broken up by this time. Wli not
give something this car that WILL NOT RRLAK UP, tomethlng
which will LAST and be a CONSTANT RUMINDLH lor .1 lew
yeaio to your Friend or Friends of your good-will?
J. HOPP & CO.
Unusual price reductions will pre-
.vail fills week .it Sneha. Sill llnnrl
....... . ,. It. It.!.. ....w.i mill ana ' "
unci uuiu ... cm, ....... . .-. waists, Sllkolines, Oriental Drawn-
ccpiall entitled to all tlm prMlcRcs of Workj sk Eollennes and Peilu de
bis lle.nunly Km her. who expects Cy0ne Silk are all on sale at prices
10 ilo lurn.onlc.usl will, each other that should n,ure ,ek b ,
""'" "'""' ""-"t. '" "'"noes will be delivered tree to any part
! "" ""!-?? jef the city. Store open evenings until
A complete system of Identification Is
in practical use In connection with our
safe deposit vault, so that it is Impos
sible for an unauthorized person to ob
tain access to any deposit.
The time a renter crters Is automat
ically registered to a minute by a won
derful clock stamp device. Ask to see
it next time you are down town
X . . .
(rm lomnanv, L d.
Fort St. Honoluln
3AVE YOUR FEELINGS BY PUT.
TING YOUR VALUABLES IN ONE
OF OUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES.
WE GUARANTEE ABSOLUTE SAFE
TY. NO ONE CAN HAVE ADMIT-.t
TANCE TO YOUR SPECIAL BOX
BUT YOURSELF AND YOU MAy
HAVE ACCESS DURING BUSINESS
TriiMt Co., Utd.
1053 10M 1065 BISHOP OT
ALEXANDLR YOUNO BUlLOING,
Our Shoe Orders
Mofct people are giving practical things these days for Christ.
mat, No moic usclcm glmcracks. Lspcclally Is this true among
those In the same family, .
You don't have to present the shoes themselves unless you
want to Wc have "shoe ouler:," which entitle the bearer to shoes
ol any price you designate,
A "SHOE ORDER" makes one ol the most sensible gilts ws
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.
J 05 J Fort Street
Phone Mafn 282
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