Newspaper Page Text
Senator Knox Will
f Be Secretary of State
PENNSYLVANIA SENATOR ACCEP TS OFFER OF PRESIDENT-ELECT
i TAFT FOR POSITION OF FIR ST IMPORTANCE IN HIS
CABINET BURTON OF OHIO MAY BE
J SECRETARY OF TREASURY
2 Ik 3s 'avmE
AV(JIST i tier 18 President-elect Taft has aiiiiimnced tho ap
pointment i i ii i.iri i oino (3oiier.il
United Stat. s n.jic i om Pennsxlvanla as Secretary of State, to sue-
ceed Secretary Knot Knox h.m telegraphed his acceptance of tho noal
Washington. Dec I Senator Knox.,
of PcmiRilvnnla, juay become secre-
tnry of state In Air. Tart's cablncat.
Senator Lodge, of Jlassnehuselts, and
.- Postmnstcr (Jeneral Meyer are also
mentioned as probable successors of
H Mr. Taft ilosn't know jet whether
fjji cither Senator Knox or Senator Lodge
jH would think of resigning to accept tho
Vtf noM. '
Mr Taft lias 'oM Theodore rj. 7!ur-,of being elected. Tho election of For
'ton of Cleveland that be wuits hliil i,ker's successor will take place early
, to become n memhr of h's ollci 1 .In January, long heforo Mr Taft will
famlly probab j i m-pi-i"-ir of ihi
treasury. That post has not, however
been definitely offered to Hurton. Ap
parently the president-elect Is holding
Iilm In rescrvo In the event of his be-
Knox, now serving n term In tho
Ing obliged to call upon him to tnko
tho Mate portfolio. Unt that Congress-
man Ilurlon Is slated for tin Important
post Is as certain ns anything can ho
heforo the olllcial announcement Is
Burton In Senate Race.
j. Mr Hurton would prefer n scat In
the senate to n cabinet iiost. and ho
Intends to remain In tho race ugalnst
Toraker, C. P. Taft and others. Ohio
Iteiiubllcaus say thnt he has no chanco
be ready to iiunounco his cabinet, so
that t will bo possible for Hurton to
remain In the senatorial fight mid if
unsuccessful accept n place In the
keeper's DESKS. Large
new Stock just arrived.
Roll top Desks up to six feet
in length. Prices the lowest
HOPP & CO
Lewers & Cooke Building,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
One-Half Aore of Floox Spaoe Devoted to Furniture
Mr. Toft lilmsolf would jirolialily
npprove thin ronreo, Inasmuch us It
would relievo lilin of any emlurrass.
incnt. It couldn't lio said then that
lie had offered Hurton n post In the
cabinet to mnko tho way easier for t
t'h.-irlpH I. Tnft'H piindtilarr for the!
NovV5ll Street Connections.
Mr. Ilurlon has undo a wtmlv f fin-
nnco for sears. He Is n iitcnilirr of
the monetary commission nppnlntcil
by Congress to recommend currency
legislation and Inst summer he nude
"i trip to Kiiropc to study conditions
there. He Is known also ns one of tho
hardest working members of the
House. Ho Is chairman of the Inland
wnterwajs commission nml of tho
rler and harbors coiumlttee of tho
House. He has been a warm Tuft sun
porter, bavins delivered the nominat
ing secch ut Chicago.
The fact Hint Congressman Ilurlon
cannot even be suspected of haling
Wall street connections Is said to bo
one of (ho strong points In his favor
which appeals strongly to Mr. Taft.
Mr. Taft's friends seem to think now
ICahlnct-hullderB wlio irofess to
Know something of Mr. Taft's plans
In that direction are confident that
Theodore K. Hurton will bo a mem-
her of the new President's omc.o
family They base their opln on
prlmariy upon Mr rafts IgU
personal regard for tho Ohio Hep
rcscntatlvo and point out that the
selection would clear up tho politi
cal tangle caused by the rivalry
between" Mr'Biirton nml Charles
P. Tuft for Koraker's teat Tu tho
Senate. Tho report Is that tho
Treasury portfolio will bo offered
to ,Mr. Hurton.
" ' ffVfKl --"i
Hint Ihc clinnccH favor the retention or
(leneral I.nko I). Wright a.s secretary
of war. Mr. Taft will mulonbtectly
honor n Southerner with an aiolnt
ineiit nfter Ilia tour through (ho South,
I'nd many hclloVe, It will ho Wright.
Persons who havo talked with the
lueshletit-clect miy further that ho Is
disposed to lnlte William l.oeli, Jr.
secretary of tho president, to becomo
a member of the cabinet. Mr. Tuft ban
a high regard for Jtjr, . Loch's ability
and It won't bo much of a surprise If
ho gets the navy portfolio.
It Is understood that Mr. Taft has
been considering both 'Frank I). Kel
logg and William Nelson Cromwell for
attorney-general. Mr. Taft's friends
say that the president-elect regards
this portfolio as probably tho most Im
portant to his administration.
Seeks a Big Lawyer.
Mr. Tnft has said that ho believes
Unit the department of Justice ought
to ho enlarged with n view to a more
effective enforcement of Interstate
comnierco nets. In fact, ho hellcvca
that one of the chief duties of tho new
t'dmlnlstratlon will bo to Introduce tho
machinery ior a more tiiorougu en
forcement of tho laws that havo been
put on tho statuto books dining Mr.
itooceIt'H administration. To carry
out thls policy he wants, his friends
my, n grat big lawyer who knows all
the ins and outs of corporation law,
Sacramento Reports a
A fino cxnmplo of a recovery In n caso
of kidney illionso that was Biippo.eit to
bo liicumliln Is reported from Sacromon
to. Mr. I. T. Ulbson of 6!1 Ninth street,
"Hacrnmento. was In October Inst In a lo
cal hospital In tho Capital City swollen
with the dropsy that often attends tho se
rious nml supposed Incurable forms. As
Is usual In these cases tho hospital treat
ment Kot on results, when ho was advised
to try Kutton's llenal Compound by a
friend (Charles A. Newton, the ynrdmas-
tcr of the H. 1'. 11. It. Co., at Hncramento,
who had himself heen curca by the treat
ment.) Dropsy lieg-an to subside and tho
ronnl Inflammation gradually abated and
Gibson Is now back to his employment
with tho S. 1". R. H. Co., after recovering
from u iflscaso that is rated ss tncurablo
tho world oor.
I In a letter ho has Just written, ho
suites, "I bcllero It has saved my life.
Ilt is tho (trentest remedy for kidney ills
ease, on enrth."
No matter whothcr called "kidney
.tumble." "Nephritis." or "llrlcht's Dis
ease." the real difficulty Is INl'LAMMA
TION OP TUB KIDNHTS. Fulton-
llennl Compound Is the first emollient for
Inflamed kidneys that tho world has ecr
seen. Send for literature.
JOHN J. FULTON CO.
Vtf Oakland. Col.
Honolulu Druaf Co., Fort St., nro our
sole local BRcnts. Ask ror bimonthly
Ilulletln of late recoveries. i
I A cablegram has been sent to Sen-
rc, , 7 7
pf nmclm)r I
nict to tho drganlc Act affecting the
public land laws, and Informing hlni
that data on thcsubjoct will be sent
from here. As It Is ilot known hero
what Oovernor Krcar's amendments
itre, Information on tho subject is de
sired heforo any action Is taken by
BULLETIN ADS PAY
If n man ia as
old as ho fools,
then thesC fel-
loVs must bo
about ten years
old. Thoy don't
intend to grow
old. Thoy know
that Ayor'8 Sar
now life, strengtli,
vigor. Makes thorn
fccllikoboysagain. Improves tho appetite, aids
digestion, keeps tho nerves
strong and steady, and tho
brain clear and netivo.
is a great provontivo of
Bright's diseaso and other
kidnoy affections. It purifies
tho blood, restores good appe
tite, sound digestion, and
A now mmtc, Aycr' Sarsa-
pavllla contains no alcohol.
There aro manv imitation
Ba suro you got "Ayor's."
fitplied by Dr. I, C. Air L Co , ttnell, Mm., U.S A. .
jnrrira nus, im but ramiir lu.iwt.
1 ' l ' ' L
(Special to tho llullot In)
WAIMTKU, Maul, Dec. 1. TlmrB
day, Dec. 17th, was the forty-sixth
anniversary of tho birth of Circuit
Jndgo A, N. Kepolkal. A nnnihcr of
Jurymen now serving on tho Waldey
cr s. Walluku Sugar Co. damage
Bull cade, being nwaro of the cvont
and wishing to express their high
eMccm for tho Judge In somo tangible
lomi, decided to present Ills Honor
with a box of the best Habanas In
the market. The presentation was
made by Augustine Knos. Tho Judgo
was on tho bench mid nor expecting
the gift fiom tho Jurymen. Ills sur
prise at iccclvlng tho box of fragrant
weed was unbounded, hut ho soon
came to himself and thanked tho
thoughtful donors heartily. Attor
neys W. A. Kinney, II. P. Qunrles,
J. Llghtfoot, nml Kdlngs all congrat
ulated the genial Judgo In tho most
felicitous terms ns only eloquent at
torneys can make. ,
CAPT COOKE COMEDY
PROVES JEW SHOW
(Special to tho Bulletin)
WAII'UKU, Maul, Ucc. 19. Mrs.
Rosalie K. lllaUdcll, assisted by n
number of tho Wnlhco branch of tha
Kaahitmanu Society, avo a tableau
at the Knights of I'ylhlau, hall on
Mill street, Walluku, last evening.
Tho threatening clouds which hover
ed over tho Kaupakulua region dur
ing 'the afternoon kept away very
many who Intended to tnko In u
"take-off" of Bouth Sen Islander cus
toms during the visit of Qaptatn
Cook last century. They missed It.
Those who went, nil Ueclaro that
they had n very enjoyable time, nnd
laughed to their hearts' content. Tho
leprcscntntion of u hello of tho fif
teenth century with n low neck diess
nnd ribbons gnloro took tho house by
storm. Other hcenes wcro ns realis
tic mid the performers wcro loudly
applauded. Uinclng followed mid
that part of tho pmgrnni lvas quite,
as successful ns tho preceding.
Tho big Christmas Salo which Is
now golinj on tit Yeo Chan & Co., on
tho corner of King nnd Ilcthol
btrccls, exceeds anything of lis kind
thnt has ever taken placo hero. One
o'f tho largest lines of useful Xnins
articles Is now on exhibition and ov
er) one Is cordlajly Invited to bee
Ilesldes keeping mio of tho heaviest'
stocks of Chlueso'Silks nnd beautiful
onibrnlderod goods, which their buyer
In China purchased, there urn other
lines In men's nnd Indies' furnishing
goods, toys, etc., which will pleaso
the hcaits of any friends mid rein
lives ns Xmas gifts.
Special attention Is called to tho
Chinese embroidered articles, which
wore solectcd with tho utmost enro.
Tlieso nrtlclcs will make nice Xmns
presents, mid friends nnd customers
nro wclcomo to see them.
Ladles and gentlemen will inako no
mistake In purchasing their Xmns
FOR THE CHRISTMAS TABLE
(JUST ARRIVED EX COLUMBIAN)
EUCHERED FIQS; PRESERVED CHERRIES,;
INDIA RELISH; APPLE BUTTER
and MINCE MEAT (in Crocks) ; n
DUCHESS QUEEN OLIVES, HEINZ MALT CIDER mid
WHITE PICKLING VINEGAR;'
AND ALL OTHER. 57 VARIETIES.
(No Bcnzoatc of Sjtla or other preservatives used in'
these goods.) .
Sold by all Grocers
Elegant Christmas Presents .
Our choice line of leather goods iS full of suggestions
for handsome and useful Gifts.
PURSES for Ladies and Gentlemen;
CARD CASES; VMUSIC BOLLS; '
Ladies' CHATTEL AINE BAGS, ETC.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
This is a bid bright busy stoic never sleeping: but always for
Never before have we made such a handsome display of v
Enameled Iron Beds
, AS WE ARE SHOWING AT PRESENT.
Every onp is far removed from the commonplace. The
designs arc different; the values are different, and our service is
different than you will find in the ordinary store.
To show you how different and better our values arc, we ask
Jhat you take note of the following prices:
It has' large pillars, bent top tubes, brass spindles and both
bent and straight filling'rods. The height of head is Sft. 2in., and
is enameled in white, blue, or green. '
Coyne Furniture Co,, Ltd.
A CHRISTMAS GIFT
That Lasts A Year A MEMBERSHIP IN THE
AND READING-ROOM ASS'N
18,000 VOLUMES AVAILABLE. Two volumes may be
takentat a time,
1 year... $5.00
G months $3.00
3 months $1.50
Honolulu Construction and Draying Co,,
PHONE, OFFICE 281. P. 0. BOX 154.
Fort St., Opp. W. 3. Irwin & C Ltd.
. We do all kinds oLTtaming; also deal in Crushed Rock, White ant!
Black Sand, Broken Coral, Garden Soil, Etc, SAFE MOVING A SPF
Membership tickets issued
by Librarian, or A.
!tAfedtf.,--' Mm A.
.MMkxMCi i -j,
AJ:-m i .