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EVHK1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.i THUnSDAY, DEC. 17, 1908
i Agreement on Sugar
k Tail's Hnmi
ijl ONLY IN ,1
EXPECTS THAT AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERESTS ON PHILIP-
PINES Will ELIMINATE SUGAR AND TOBACCO FROM ""
GENERAL TARIFF FIGHT .OF SUMMER
Our store is the Mecca for economical shoppers; there
are money-saving valuss in every department. Here aie
some of them.
Thursday and Friday
VERANDA TABLE COVERS, washable, floral designs,
in blight colorings, 36 inches square; regular price 40c
SPECIAL, 251 EACH.
DRESS OREPE; Pink, embroidered with black fig
ures; 35c quality, 20 YARD.
MEN'S INITIAL LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS A brok
en lot, but a good many Initials to select from; 1-2 dozen
in a box; regular price, f $2.00 TO CLOSE OUT,
FANCY RIBBONS Roman Stripes and pretty plaids,
GOc and 65c quality SPECIAL, 10 YARD.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SETS 3 pes., Night Gown,
Chemise, and Drawers, lace and ribbon trimmed; nicely put
up in a box; regular price, $6.75 SPECIAL $-1.50 SET.
SILK EOLIENNES' For .handsome Costumes, in
Lavender, 'Champagne. Pearl Grey, Brown, and Navy; $1.25
quality SPECIAL 75 YARD.
WASHINGTON', D. C, Dec. 10. ns .niueli harmony nB possible, In
William II. Taft nald tonight that It yhldi I sympathized with tueui.nnJ
vns his belief that the Housu would 1" enured for consultation on nolnlr
ninka mi "honest and thorough revU- ut difficulty that might uilse at any
Ion of the turllt" at the extra scs- Hino ii tha future,
slon which he will call for thnt imr- Prepare Draft of Bill
pose. "The plan Is to prepare a bill qn
This belief he bases on n confoi- uich evidence as they linvo and lil
ence he had jestenlay with Speaker 1'nve in the course of the hearings
Cannon and In n session today with n tnento can ror nmmionnl evi
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
CORNER FORT A ND BERETANIA STREETS.
J Poultry for Christmas I
i Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
4 Phone 45 .
Place Your Orders Today.
the Republican members of the Wajs
and Means Committee. Taft said he
had not as Jet consulted with Sena
tors on the subject, Indicating the
tremendous pressure upon his tl'mo as
the reason. When the suggestion
was made that the Senate would un
doubtedly hne something to do with
the tariff bill, he replied, with no
uncertainty lu his demeanor, thnt
there was some one else who also
noli Id have something to do with the
bill, which, Interpreted through he
medium of prcvlotts utterances', Indi
cates clear!) thnt Taft Is determined,
oven toithc exercise of veto power, to
execute the partj's pledges.
Conference With Cannon
Taft dictated n statement which
coctcd his interview late today with
the Republican niQinbcrs of the com
mittee, with tho exception of Repre
sentatives McCall of Massachusetts
nnd Crumpacker of Indiana With
tho latter Taft had a satisfactory In
terview nt Hot Springs.
IIu was asked tho substance of the
'Interview he had yesterday with the
Speaker. Hs reply was that Cannon
had said thnt he was In favor of an
honest and thorough revision of the
tariff In accordance with tho party
promises. The question of tlu
Speakership of the next Congress,
Taft said, was nut discussed, but
many other matters of leglslutluu
He added that he had been some
what misled regarding his Interpre
tation of the attitude of the Speaker
j by the reiurts of Cannon's speech be
I foro the Cleveland Chamber of Com
merce. The, omclnl leport or turn
speech, he said, had given him an
entirely different impression.
Revision To Be Thorough
"I had un Interview with Mr. Can
non )esterday," said Taft, "anil with
Jils concurrence nnd at tho suggts
tlon of a member of tiio Wuys and
.Means Committee, with tho Repub
lican members of that committee
this afternoon. Trom my convoisn
tlon with them nnd with the discus
sion that followed as to the examina
tion which they are now conducting
and expect to conduct, I have eveiy
icason to be confident that thoy are
keenly nllvo to the obligation which
Is qn them ns Representatives elect
ed to represent the Republican party
to prepare an honeBt and thorough
revision of the present tariff; that
they have taken three times as much
evidence as has ever been taken In
tho preparation of other tariffs, and
that they are going to mako addi
tional and Independent effort to get
at the evidence themselves by the
use of the subpoena and under oath.
I with it tlew to reaching the differ-
I' ences In .He cost of production of tho
arlous articles brought within tha
tariff hero and abroad.
"J found thorn aU.'te anxious for
donee ob to the Items vvhpncvpr It
should 'seem necessary. N'ot only
fiom conversation with the members
together, but with the members In
dividually, 1 am quite convinced that
they are in good faith going to pre
pare n bill1 which shall be a thuiough
revision on the basis of the Repub
The discussion covered other
things ifko the Philippine tariff, and
I am very hopeful that theic will be
no difficulty In reaching an agree
ment between the various people in
terested those representing the I'hll
Ipplnc Islands and those representing
the sugar and tobacco Interests so
that .there will be no dispute and
that the mnttqr may be Incorporated
In the new tariff bill without un is
That President-elect Tnft foresees
the possibility of an all-summer ses
sion of Cong! ess to revise the tariff
was developed today when he refus
ed to positively accept an Invitation
to attend the next sosston of the
Trnns-Mtsslsslppt Congress, which Is
to bo hold In Denver from the lClli
to tho 21st of next August. He prom
ised a definite answer Inter.
What biwls 1 there for tho talcmrrt
thnt there Ims titt-n no real (ntttmit for
The medical term for kidney illcp l
Nni'llltlrlH. which means Inflammation
of the kidneys, and till recently tin re win
nothing that would allay kliinoy Inflam
mation. Hut there lire many kidney medicines
so-called, and many peopla with kidney
tiouhlo net wclll
Ilecauiu! It commonly frets well at first.
Medical writers now declare mac Kin
ney Utstuse Utvilopy ho uuconsUously
that, as a rule, H is rar auvanceu wiore
it Is discovered (smi "Medical Brief," p.
fcOi). . .at. frr .tS v ?rn 4t '
They numll tnai in me seconuary since
they have no spoclllc for It (seo samo au
thority, rame tuiicd).
Hint thli Is true Is also shown by the
tnortnuu growth of the census deaths
rrom Kldmy disorders now over uv per
How tin n can any1 of tho old-time kid
ney medicines be consldi retl "cures"?
After two inra of ijuest and export
inuit tho'ttite Juhn J. Kulton was tha
first man hi the world to discover u com
pound that by illitct action, on tho kidney
lissm all-vvs kidney Inflammation.
, Fulton's Henal Compound, us It Is call
ed, ,1s controlling: khloey, disease, both In
tlia" nrst unit siromr'slnKcs, timt were
never known bifura to respond lu medi
cine. l.tteraturo ninlleil free.
JOHN J. FULTON CO,
.Honolulu Drug Co. Fort Street, are our
sole local nx'-nu. Ask ror ,111-Monthly
Dullelln of l.itu recoveries. It
m si si i
Two ieoplo sometimes keep a se
crct; nun e than two never do. The
girl nt 'Central" has all tho fun. Call
or 'phono to Wntorhouse Trust Co.
and subscribe for the automatic tel
ephone. Absolutely secret service.
FOR MEM Mm WMJEM r
TTfTylytvTy'fy'fy'f -The ordmawranacoriizes
..$.... '? .. .. 9 .. 'P .. '.I .-. I?
The REGAL range of sizes
SPECIALS $4 AND $5.
EOAL QJARTER-SIZES mean absolute pre
cision of St, genuine shoe-comfort and per-,
mancnt retention of the original shape.
Why, should you wear shoes that are a
little too tight or a little too loose, when you
can gt your EXACT fit in JlEfJAL Quarter-Sizes?
In REGALS you can get the one-quarter and
three-quarter sizei IN BETWEEN the ordinary whele
and half-sires. This gives you TWICE as many fittings
as you can obtain in any other shoes, made. Because,
except in REGALS, you are limited to full and half
sizes. '243 new REGAL models this Winter. Every one
is perfect in style, with .all this season's fashion-features
of shape, leather, and finish as found in the highest-price
Nowhere else in the world can you obtain equal
shoe-value at anywhere near REGAL prices.
NEW FALL AND WINTER STYLE BOOK SENT
FREE ON REQUEST.
HAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.
One of the new Regal Models
correct For this season.
Regalsare made inall leathers
REGAL SHOE STORE
Corner of King aud Bethel Streets
Charles A. Ekstromer, Swedish vice
cpnsul at St. Louis, who championed
tause of People's bank, ends Ufa with
TENYO HARU BRINGS
BIG CHRISTMAS MAIL
Aftqra remarkably comfort iblo o
IKC consldurlnt; tho tlmo of year, tho
IVnvo lnrti nf llin Tovo Klrti.n Iviilulin
irrlvcd off port shortly before 7'
'clock this iiioinlnK. Thin o vv.ts un
,traoi(llnar delay In the cmnplutlon
if the customs ami (iii.irantluu foriual
tics, nnd It was not until 111. II) o'clock
hat tho IiIk ship was made fast nt tiu
Inckfcld wharf und the KanKpluuk
Tho passenger list of the Tenjo was
xceptloually llRht Fhn-iif tho pus
euKeru stopped over here foi n lslt;
ho others will continue op to tho Or
Tho Tenjo broimht 42S baRsg of
unit, a remarkably heavy null cnnabl.
rlnu that tho l.urllne and nufqrd both
irought letters within the week past:
'ho ship will continue on her way to
'apan nt 9 o'clock tomorrow morning,
'aptnln Bent Is tho commanding offl-
L..ilcT,ON or Tnfc
ClT t OKKl'J
D Y the o.o, Lurilne, we received
. another large shipment
of Fancy Groceries and Table
Delicacies, including Assorted Nuts,
Bon-Bons for Table Decorations
and Lehnhardt's Famous Candies
Orders taken for Green Christmas Trees
. ) t
Henry May & Go,
' . LIMITED ,
Leading Grocers " Phone 22
That tho .headquarter of the Tlrst
lattallan, Carps pf Engineers, United
Hates Army, Is located here, Is a fact
tot generally known. Tho Engineer
Corps Is jlivldcd Into fonry battailous,
ho flrM being commanded by Major
E. E, Wlnslow, U S. Arpiy, who Is
ilso United States Engineer for this
There uro four companies In the
'jattaMon. Company A Is stationed
'lore, Company 11 Is nt I'ngct Sound
Company C at Mliifllnuu and Company
t) In Luzon, P.I. It Is therefore fiom
his city that tho movements of the
ntlro battalion arc directed. The
ommandor of Company A, located
here, Is Captnln Otwcll, formerly Unit
d StateB engineer hero and now on
iI'cesldiiDt Roosevelt 'flaytl )liullnn
ipolls News nnd New York Sun for
willfully publishing Ilea about Ad-ministration,
Building Site at
Puunui, near 'Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Spenery
P. E. R.StraucK
WAIiy BLDO, 74 S. KlflO ST,
Is of benefit as a deodorizer,
antiseptic cleansing agent and
preservative. Produces a beauti
ful polish. Absolutely free from
grit and acid. Positively bene
ficial and .deliciously fragrant.
Very convenient for the traveler.
In patent Sanitary Tin.
Benson. Smith & Co , Agents
Inexpensive aid therefore proper as gifts to lady
TOIXET WATERS, FINE SOAPS,
"" HAHDKEBOHIEF EXTBACTS,
FRENCH, ENGLISH, AMERICAN,
Product of the Best Factories.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS.
S ' I j
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele.
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
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
A fine line of Fancy Wines and Liquor for the Christ
mas trade in our Liquor Department.
J. I. SHva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
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