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EVENING DUM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. miDAY, DEC IS. 1908.
HEN you get ready to spend your Christmas money and want
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it bat to gei things that are sure to please those who receive
them, come to us and let us show you what we can do to help you.
Especially in buying presents for men, young men, boys, you'll
find us able to give you a good deal of help.
We've pot n liij; lot of tliiiifr for wi-ii's gift; tiling loi U, too; iiinouliii- tl.iiifis; oii'll make n till if'xon y!( any one of llftv or n Inuiiln il lliiiifis we end
mIiow oii here, cinliiij; iimttlicii' from 25 rciiti up to $50.00 or $75.00.
Xo male prr-uin, for Nntiii1'V ever lin more UAXDSOMF XF.CKTIF.S tliiin lie wnnM; to w lint 75 ?1.00, 1.50, $2.00, will do for ou in
nccKweiir In; re.
Snme way with FIXF IIAXOKFIICHIFFSUowv loo many; or FlXll IMSl!i:V.t mwptiiMe; or SUSFFXPFRS. GLOWS. SMALL JFW
11L11Y; STUDS ahay wntitlnjr tliem.
We'll slum-oti winie FLKGAXT VMBIUiLLAS, from $1.50 up. We'll show ym wine ei,v STVXXIXG FAXCV WAISTCOATS from $5.00 up If
on umit to go iii for more uili-diintial tilings, got liim a
Hart Schaffner & Marx
Copvilghl 13"S Ii) Hart Schaffner . Marx.
FXF SUIT or OVFIK'OAT; or a FULL MUMS or 77 XUDO Sl'lT. You'll uew,r got more money's uo.lli; noi Ik-Hit i-lotl..-.
Anything Bought Here May lie Frehnmjcit At Any Time; If He Duevi'l Like II. lliiny It Hurl:
Street, near Fort
I SPORTS I
FOpTH SET WILt BE PIAYED
' THIS AFTERNOON
Cunha and Warren Take First Set,
But Lose to Roth and Cooke in Next
Two Today's Play Will Decide the
Todnj'a lay will decide tlio dou
lilts tennis chmnilonBliii of the 'fer
ritin y. With tlino sets plajcd and
lull t games of tlio Dual set disposed
olT, falling light stopped tlio tuurnu
incut liUt night mid made n postpon-liic-nt
necessary. Coolie and Hoth arc
In tlio lead, having won two out of
tliri-o Hoti )cstordny nfternoon. Tlio
moio In garnet In tlio last' net btond
fl..l In tlieli fawn whvn tlino was
' Under the teilus of tlio ngiconiont,
Hindu befniu tlio tuiirnainviit tnm
nicmed, tlio entlro fouitli set will lio
il.i)id mw again tndii). It was do
ldml liy bolli paitles that. Klinuld
ilarKm-M Infcrfcio, any unllulsht-d
i,irt of a set should he dtsregnidcd
on Ihu next day, .
Thu iiHy itntpi day was'ciLPliuiit,
mid It dew loped many surprises. Tlio
lint Hi-t wax won by Cunhu bud War
mi, lilt I r store being (1-4. Hotli nail
CooKii I lien turned tlio tables, and
link tlio second and thiid sets, tlio
8(orei In both lurtancc-s being C-l
Tlio fourth set staiitd oft with a
lush, Hnth mid Cool.e seemed to
Ihimi o or thltiK theii way, mid tlio
ihuwploiishlp wan appaiuntly within
Mholi gl.isp. The (list live games
they luuK, and mil) one stood between
tlimi and tlio coveted tioph).
Cunha and Warren then tool; a
new le.ifcu of llfo and Ht.uted doing
miiuo wondoiful things. Tlueo
hti. light gumi-s they smashed out,
and the) seemed HKel) to Keep up tlio
worl. It was rnpldl) mowing ilaiK,
howuvci, so at the end of tlio elfilitli
i;.inu, tlino was called.
At .1; ID o'cloik this afternoon tlio
louti-stnnts will meet again on the
r.ullU- com tu and light out tlio Inst
urn -,, t
LIlu.iicU L, Eutturlee, son-in-law ot
J, I'lerpout Morgan, ban been ap
pointed Asst. Secretary of Navy
under T. II, Nowbony, Mr. Salter
lec I a No.v Yurie hwor and was
one of t io oigunlzeis of tlio naval
mint i it ml ci (iincinor Morton of
New Yoil,. Dm lug the war with
Spain lie was u volunteer lieuten
ant and top "I In tilt Naal In-telllruiuc-
ll.it em In Washington.
COME HERE AGAIN
Frear Sajs in Report
Hawaii May Invite
Them In 1909
"ADMIRAL" ALMY AND HIS
WORK AT HONOLULU'S PORT
Mrn (It'ev (wi h iipwpaper. angrl-l))-
U'k a crjli thanio tlio waj thoso
lillih riiilits piy i i ntteatloii whntevei
lo tlio wIhIiih of tho penpte! Such
blKhhindod proceedings I novor hoird
Sir. Clale) What's tlio trouble how,
Sirs. Oaley Why, In that rassett dl
Mirco case tho court decided tho names
of tho co lespondonts should not bo
MATTER OF DUTY.
Slioppor What mikes tlic-ip goodi
Cltik tTlio duty, ma'am.
Shopper Oh then tho are Import
ed? C'lciK No tliny nrn donipstlc goods
Hut Ibo proprietor thinks It his duty
to Increase Ills bank balance.
THE DY3PEPSIA LINE.
This going down to Turkotowii
Is well enough
Hut coming buck no Dud tho track
A trlllo lough,
Many Matters of Extreme Import
ance "to Territory Are Set Out
in Governor Frear'i Re-
port to President
In his summary of general conditions
In tho Territory for tho year ciulcd
June 30, 1908, Doernor Frear speaks
us follows In his annual report:
"Tho two weeks Islt of (ho Secre
tary of tho Intel lor, near the close of
tho fiscal )car, dining which ho toured
tho four principal Islands, was greatly
nppieciated by tho people of Hawaii.
Desldcs Its many direct benefits. It In
spired them with now confidence that
Hawaiian affairs would bo looked after
by tho department with Interest and
"The ycur beforo tho Territory was
visited by tho Secretary of Commerce
mil labor, and, as guests of tlio Terri
tory, twenty eight members of Con
gress. Provision may bo made by tho
next Legislature KOK A SIMIUUl
VISIT OF CONdlinSSMKN IN 1909.
"Much attention has been given to
questions of population, labor and Im
migration. Japanese Immigration has
been much reduced through tho action
of tho Japaheso gn eminent. Tho sen
timent In favor of laborers who nro or
will becqmo citizens of tho United
States h.Is gronii, Tho lloant of I in
migration has assisted tho return ot
many Kuropeans who had gono from
Hawaii to California and has taken
(tops to obtain Immigrants from tho
mainland with New York us tho cen
tei ot operations. Labor has not been
ns bcarro ns was antlclputtd from tho
('ecrenso In Japanese Immigration g
This Is duo to the restrictions upon
the emigration of Japanese fiom these
Islands (n the mainland and to addi
tional Inducements madn for them to
lemalu horn as laborers on tho planta
tions. Plaiitcis and others exhibit a
innstnntl) Increasing disposition not
In the introduction of persons of tho
Latin and Anglo-Saxon ruces and tho
settlement of public hinds by such per
rons, but also to ilevoto their own
innds to the samo purpose."
"Admiral" Alm's Work was dwelt
en by Governor Frear In his report to
tho President. Tlio Governor says as
follows under the heading of "Ship
"Tho work of the shipping commis
sioner In this Tcrrltoo Is changing
with tho rapid substitution of steam
for sailing vessels
"During tho past two jears tho so
called "crimps," previously so trouble
some, have, been eliminated; no blood
money Is now paid foi seamen, Board
ing house 'keepers ot doubtful char
acter have largely been driven frbm
business and saloon keoiers cooperate
In refraining from selling liquor to In
"The port of Honolulu Is known as
n trouble port Sealuen are Usually
Lhinned and discharged at other tiorts.
and tho work of the commissioner Is
largely Judicial, tho settlement of ills
pufes. Commissioners elsewhere do
work that )lelds fees, while the Work
of the commissioner here Is largely of
the other kind It would sceni that
ho should be pild a salary Instead of
NOW THEY DON'T SPEAK
They stood nt the hot-chocolate
counter. "You should have seen that
handsome pullcemnu help me over
tho crowded street this morning,"
boasted the one with tho blue plumes.
"I did," responded her Jealous rlvnl.
"Well, It Is not every one that enn re
ceive so much attention from a hntid
fomo policeman while crossing tlio
street," "No, Indeed. And ou should
have heard what he said after you
were safely over." "Ah, a pretty com
pllinent, I'll wager?" "No, ho said ho
cave )ou Just as much attention as
It you had been jouug und good
lookjng." And then the polar atmo
sphere that drifted between them al
most congealed the steaming chocolates.
, Itopoit current -'III San Francisco
commercial clrclA that Increased
freight into schudiU.es may bo with
drawn In whole or In part. '
Kx-Secretary Metcalt plans to re
sume practise of law after recovering
Tteproacntallvo Chailcs N, Fowler,
of New Jersey, who has announced
J Imsclf as a candidate foi tho Bpeak
i r ship, is the recognized iiuthorltj of
the house on tho subject of finance.
For soino )tars ho has been chairman
of tho committee on banking and cur
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