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RVRNINO ntll.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. H...FUmAY, DEC. 18, 1008.
"Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
Hut not expressed 'in fancy;' rich not gaudy
For this apparel oft proclaims the man."
The Hats we are showing for Christmas aie rich, and express no extreme fancy. They are such as
will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assured quality that will be suitable and
correct for most occasions. The price of these hats show a reaspnable profit, and it is this
REASONABLE PROFIT principle that has made the enviable reputation of
Dunn Hat Shop
CANNON AT THE OPENING OF CONGRESS
- AND MEMBERS WHO ARE REVISING TARIFF
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9 - - MBtTOXr''"' 7 a, . 1
' S In , n7"CnV" A""'C" ," 8"hJect 1,llH h0 "n,1"- Instigation by .ho Ways
ami Mens I. oiumlttco of the i(lllse for several weeks. Chnlrmai, Sercno Payi.o and tho committee
li.ivo Jjciiril tho rvprescntut von uf many llncH or niiiniifnpiMrn in .. 1 . , V lo,,,,,""
..).,..i 1. 1.. nt ,i..mu Ti.ia in.. . "'"'""' " ,B "' I'lnnur.ipturo In an cmloavor to arrive at an ciiultnlilo
he , v Jl L. m . '.'." ra"'1,','lKP3 ,(' S"e!,,ior "f tho-n""8" n'1 l" ''" n mem
,he.V. of II o ijh anil Moans Con.nilttce. Tho mcmbciH In Iho upper group, from left to rluht, are
' B ... i ,T,f"I"W';;,', f J)ta,m,n,,l (i,lBRS "f (!tWKl"' 1"1 ,," " rlli Carolina The third
Bri.il. U coniK,e.l of Needlmn, of California. Hill of Cimnrcth-ut and Dalzell of Pennsylvania Tho
lower trio mo Mi-Cull of Mawaehusetts, llo.Uoll of Illinois, and CI arl of M Isso j
yl I y. II
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Count Nit"Aa! Miss Rocb. do iv.,H.r i , m....;f i ..
mc zc Iionor to prir,it mc to sseak rlrc tibjccts ''"V few hndlj s!)!ir.
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'. .. : ' SH-.W' veiJcrJsfA fiut I sin't Vjen.'jT'-.f t . .?rti " &jre ' dcr' l Ctf3 Capta; Sdtar-TScw'd t !,.
';;Vlncf. ' "''' ' ithJisa , m:re wrecks if Uicy diJ.
TAFT MAY FIGHT
UNCLE JOE CANNON
If N6t,They Must Agree
On Tariff) Program
WASHINGTON (D. C), Nov. 23.
Efforts on Iho part ofthe leaden
of tho House organization to plcdgo
votes for tho re-election of Joseph
O. Cannon of Illinois as Speaker of
tho llouso of Representatives havo
led to representations being made to
William II. Taft-that th crisis of
his administration has arrived and
that unless ho n reach a satisfac
tory aKrecmcnt-VltU Cannon the
coming' Taft aifmlnlstratlon will bo
a legislative failure, Including tniilt
legislation. It Is1 well understood in
Washington that Taft has been Im
pressed with tho serlou8ncs8f of- tho
situation and Is bending his ener
gies accordingly. ,
In tho. jucantUno. the. friends of
Cannon .uve-wjoth.cpuv. Idle Serenrt
E. Pa")-nechn1rma'n-fSho Wnyn'
tlvo II. S. Iloutelt of Illinois, today,
gayo out Interviews, intimating that
there was no friction betwepn President-elect
Taft and Cannon and could
Le none. James A. Tawney, chair
man of the House Committee on Ap
propriations, today declared thai
"for reasons unknown to mc, some
body Is setting up a man of straw
against Mr. Cannon to bo knocked
CHICAGO, November 23. Joseph
U. Cannon, Speaker of the House of
Representatives, placed himself on
record today In favor of a revision
of tho tariff in accordance, with tho
promise of the Republican party plat
form, and declared that, so far as
his vote was concerned, ho would
ceo to It that the announced policy
of revision wpuld be written In the
natlonul laws as soon as possible.
The words of tho Speaker camo at
the conclusion ,of the luncheon given
to she Reur-Admlrnls of tho United
Stntes Navy by Alexander P. Rovcll
of Chicago in the United League
Club, at which tho need of more,
battleships and increased efficiency
of tho fighting ships of tho Republic
were tho principal themes of dis
cussion. Or' tho tariff, tho Speaker said:
"That revision should bo with duo
regard to. protection and equally
against discriminatory nations. Ah
n member of tho noxt House of Rep
resentatives, a co-ordinate branch of
the (lovernment equal to the Kxecu
tlvo and tho judiciary, I am, so far
as my vote Is concerned, going to seo
to ,lt that tho' policy of tho- Repub
lican' party on this question Is writ
ten In tho national laws as promptly
as possible. Tho laws sould bo writ
ten promptly, so that Duslncss can
adjust Itself to changed conditions,
for tho change will, o necessity,
DANVILLE (III.), Nov. 23.
Speaker Cannon left today for Washington.
IN LOCAL SCHOOLS
Christmas Exercises Held
All Over City
"Merry, merry, Christmas" was tho
cry In tho public schools all over tho
city mid county today. Exercises wcro
held In almost all of tho local city
rchools, with tho exception of tho
High school. Today ends tho first
half of the school term, and, now that
hateful examinations nro over, stu
dents nro happy In tho contemplation
of two long weeks of Joyful vacation.
At tho Kaahunmnil school tho fol;
lowing program was rendered tlil.i
"Aligcls Adnro Him" Room S
Christmas Carol Rooms 1 and 2
"Peace onjEarth" Room 0
"Tho Shrfherd's Vision".... Room 7
"Shlno Out, O nieBsed Star".. Room I
"Christ Was Onco a l.lttlujlauy" ..
"Tho Stars of Christmas Night"t
.....r.. Room !
"Tho Last Rqbln" Room 1Q
Hawaiian Song.... Kaahumnnu 'Chorus
"The Fairest Flower" ..f... Roonj 12
"Song of tho Ornss". Rooms 13 and 14
"Christmas Dells" Room 0
"O Hemlock Trco" ....,.,.. Room II
Christmas Song and Dance
Programs woro rendered In tho nth.
cr schools also, somo of them having
tho usual prc-Chrlstmas trees In tho
2v-y-vv$jp- 315 . rT"1,-.Jr?!,v!),: 1
Maury county, Tenucsseo, is mak
ing n rnco with Aroostook county,
Maine, for tho lead In tho production
of white potatoes; Tills year It re
ports a crop of "5.000 barrels, selling
lit $1.65, agilnst fl.GU averago of tho
Steam pipes running through an
abandoned tool box' In a. shop at Alle
gheny, Pa., In which, two doozen eggs
wero placed and overlooked, hatched
Iho eggs, and fourteen chickens, cov
ered wllh soot, were found.
"Undo Joo" Cannon on nnxlou.s
scat because ho can get no JiHsurnnc-
ics frqm President-elect Taft not to
oppose his reelection.
Jockoy Henry Spencer linn been
looking about at Shoepshend bay for
homo likely malorlal to takn hack to
Ocrmany with him in February.
3(300 FREE VOTES--3000
THE ACCOMPANYING NOMINATING BALLOT is cood for
3000 PREE VOTES in the Evening Bull is
tin's Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Contest which
opens SATURDAy, JANUARY 2ND, 1009, and if clipped
out and properly filled, in, will entitle tho younu' woman, whose
name appears thereon to 3000 Votes, .This coupon must 'be
properly filled in, giving the full name and address and the dis
trict in which she lives, and must be deposited at the EVEN
ING BULLETIN office on or before JANUARY 2ND.
Each contestant is allowed only one of these ballots and if
more than one appears for the same contestant, they will be
thrown out and not counted, -
MT" Remember, the contest opens JANUARY 2ND;" 1009. and
those who intend entering some young woman in this popularity
race, should do so at once. All you have to do to enter someone of
your choice is to clip this coupon from this issue of the B U L.
L E T I N and mail or bring same to the BULLETIN of
fice and when the first announcement of (he names arc made, she
will have 3000 votes opposit; her name.
No candidate will be credited with more than one of
these NOMINATING BALLOTS.
Good for 3000 Votes
IN BULLETIN'S POPULAR VOTING CONTEST
Must be voted on or before SATURDAY, JAN. 2ND,
Please enter 3000 votes for
- Address ,- District No. . .
THIS COUPON, if presented at. the, Bulletin
office at Honolulu, T. H., before Saturday,' January 2nd
1900, will be acpspted for,3000 Votes in favor of
the contestant named therein.
Each candidate allowed only one NOMINATING
:- - Ai-AA,.'. va, .-v.i;Ji, , ja'j,, 4-.t. .$ - n ,,,
To Urw Knieht for Cabinet
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23. Senator
Flint arrived here today- and made
an appointment to sec the President
tomorrow. While ho said he had no
nows to give out. It is understood
that he und Senator rerklns will
unite In urging thenppotntment of
(leorge Knight In Tnffs Cabinet.
A. A. Anderson, ,ix New Vork nrtlst,
and W, A. Cole, n son-in-law of H. II.
Rogers, tho Standard Oil man. Iibh limi
returned fiom n hunting trip In Wyo
ming, iiuring wliicb Anderson killed a
Jockey Ohort, who was ruled off at
Lnlonln In 10on for n l.aiLrliln on Corn,
teato, ban been restored to good stand
ing and will rldo at Havana, for tho
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STUFFED FIGS and DATESjJSMYRNA FIGS; FANCY ,LACUNFIGS; MALAGA RAISINS;
JORDAN ALMONDS; CRYSTALIZED FRENCH FRUITS: FANCY NUT KEATS;
SWEET PICKLED .and! BRANDY PEACHES; PRESERVED STRAWBERRIES;
CALIFORNIA TABLE RAISINS; ENGLISH WALNUTS; SPANISH PRESERVED CITRON;
ORANGE and LEMON PEEL; VASTIZZA CURRANTS; OLIVES: DRIED FRUITS; " '
NEW PIPPIN APPLES: APPLE CIDER: MINCEMEAT; APPLE JUTTER; POULTRY SPICES;
WIESBADEN PRESERVES; PLUM PUDDING": BAR LE DUC CONFITURES;
GLACE FRUITS; LOWNEY'S CHRISTMAS CANDIES; BON BONSf
RHINE and BORDEAUX: TABtl!-WNESr60P0LE'RED'TbPlCMPAGNE.
NAPA AND SONOMA TABLE WINES; SPANISH, SHERRIES; PORTUGAL PORTS.
Green Xmas Trees and Xmas Tree Ornaments
. -a.' '-. -tjjy auCWiCirrt.-i (CTi U J., ST .
A number of suitable gif&f SUll! CASH? (StfARS, 5-0'CLOCK TEA KETTLES. SERV
ING TRAYS, CHAFING DISHES, and ACCESSORIES.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.
109 1 KINO. TREET THE HOUSEHOLD .EMP0RIUM-
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BULLETIN AD8 PAY