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nvnjciN'o nuiAETiM, honomjmj, t. it., Monday, dec 21. tons.
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WHEN you get ready to spend your Christmas money and want
to spend it in the most sensible way, not only to get value for
it but to get 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.
WVvo got n liig lot of things for men's gifts; thing hoys like, too; iim-ciilino thing: you'll iniikc 11 hit if yon givr any oiip of fifty or 11 huiulrnl .thing wo win
show you hi'i'0, costing nnywhciv from 25 cents up to SJ550.00 or SJS75.00.
' Xo nuilo pcivni, for uxnniplo, ever 1ms more HAXDSOMF XFCIul'l US than he wnnl; -co what 75 ?1.00, $1.50, $2.00, will for yon in
neckwear here. ., ..,... ,. t
Saum way with FfXF HAXDh'FHOIITFFSwvM too many; or FIXF, aSVi'.T always ptahle; or SI'SI'lLWIMS, (1L0YFS, SMALL JFW-
FLHY, STUDS always wanting them. ' j,I .,, (, ,. , ,.
We'll show you tmiio ELEGAXT VMHUELLAS, from $1.50 up. We'll show ynu sonic very STUXXIXG FAXCY WAISTCOATS from ?5.00 up. If
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Hart Schaff ner & Marx
Copyright inOR by Ilnrt Schnffncr & Marx. 'J. fj '
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IflXH SIFT or OYEUCOAT; or a FULL DRESS or TUXEDO SUIT. You'll never get more money's worth; nor Letter clothe.
Auylhiiirj Haiiijhl Here May lln Exclt'tinird At Any Thiio; If Ilr Dormi'l Lilr 11, JIiiihj 11 llitrl: ,
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King Street;, near Fort
Pearl Harbor Dock
To Be Largest Yet Bui
WASHINGTON, 1). C. Ore. 19. -It has been dclliiUely decided to
amend tho lilaiin Tor tlio drydock to lio coiiktt tided ut l'eurl Harbor anil
to Increase tho length of tho ilrydock to ll!r feet. This will inako tlio
I'cnil Hnrbnr ilock tho largest over cnnstiiictcd by any government. Tho
i plans call fur many Innuvntlons. nf I '
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Reservoir On Punchbowl
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 1!).-Seeictary of War. Wright, Secre
tary of tho Interior (Inrflulil, anil Governor I'rear nf Hawaii held u con
riii'iicn today legurdlug tho retransfereuco of u ieserolr Mlo on I'tinch
l.owl lintk to tho Terjltor.lpl (iovci anient, tho jilto proposed being at pres
ent a iHiitlon of tho Punchbowl army loservatloa.
HITCHCOCK'S. SELECTION BY TAFT
" ' IS AGAIN GIVEN CONFIRMATION
WASHINGTON, D, C, Dec. 20. Tlio appointment of Frank 11.
llltchcoek an rostmastcr General In tho Taft Cabinet has been announc
ed. Judgu llalllnger ut Seattle Is mentioned fur tho post of Secretary of
tho Intei lor.
John llalllnger has been a Commlfeslonor In tho General Land Otllco
at- WiiHliliiKtun,nluco Starch -1, 1007. Hu Is a member of tho legal firm at
' llalllnger, Iloaahl & Battle of Seattle, aad served In tho 1904-6 term ob
31a) or of Seattlo.
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PULITZER OF NEW YORK WORLD GOES
. . '- 'TO PANAMA TO SEE FOR HIMSELF
Ni:V YOItK; 'N V., Dec. 19. IMItor I'ltlltzer of tho Now York
" World will visit the Panama Canal to Investigate tho (umlltlons there.
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SENATOR FORAKER STARTS CAMPAIGN
COI.U.MIH'S, Oltlo, Dec. 19. Sonator l'oraker has opened his cam
.palga for ic-olectlou to the United States Senate.
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ANTI-FOREIGN MOVE IN 'CANTON '
CANTON', China, Dec. 19. Tho antt-forolgn agltatioa hero If taking
-on n moio horlous phase, anil n violent outbreak Is feared.
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FRANCE EARTHQUAKE SHOCKED
I'UY, Franco, Dec. 20. This dlutrlet was Mslted by an earthquake
today. Tho people vicre panlc-stilcltoii, although tho daiaago duao was
APPOINTMENTS AMONG JAPANESE
TOK10, Japan, Dec, 20. Hasegawa haH been appointed a member of
tho High Military Council of tho Umpire, and tho itppulatment of General
Olitibo as commaadcr-in-chtof of tho Japanese troups in Kuica lias been
SIMON PRESIDENT OF HAYTI
I'OUT-AU-ritlN'Ci:, Ilaytl, Dec. 2(1. (Inneinl Simon today took his
olllclal oath uf olllro as tho chosen President of tho Republic.
. . . MOTHER'S TERRIBLE DEED
MON'TPIII.IKIt, Idaho, Deo. 19. A mother poisoned her threo chll
ilien lieio today, giving them ntyrhulno. Sho then committed suicide.
SAN FRANCISCO'S COLDEST DAY
SAN' rUANCISCO, Calif.. Doc. 20. Today -was tho i oldest day In tho
hlstmy of Saa Fianclsco sluco 188S. Tlio thurnioinolor reglstcied as low
LOCAL AND QENEBAL
I A. Thurston rotiirneil ycstcnlalr
County Supervisor Wlsharil of I.I-
hue Is in town.
J. D. McVeigh of Molckat arrived
yesterday In tho Mlkabala,.
Dr. Osmcrbo of KauaL was among
tho arrivals la tho Hall yesterday.
Mrs. Coney of Knunl. accompanied
by family, arrived In tlio. steamer Hall.
J. Nakaleka, who reprcscnted tho
Interests of his constlt cents on Molo-
kal, came down yesterdAiy morning, ar
living In tho Mlkalmla.
Tho Hong On Sha jVssoclatlou has
erected a now homo at Kapnla and
will dedicate It with a. grand dinner a
week from Sunday. Garden Island.
County Attorney S K. Kucu of
Kauai is In town. 1U arrived yester
day to bo present at tlio funeral of his
wife, who died unexpectedly at Mollllli
Oat & Mossnian huvo a flno assort
ment of holiday gift 'goods on display.
Kvcrythlug In tlio mo tlonory line, niul
whist, bridge, and COO sets in leather
boxes. 7G Merchant street.
Tho nig dolt content at Sachs' closes
Thursday night lit 10 o'clock. Ho
mro to got lu your rotes boforo then.
Don't miss tho 1)1 r bargains in tho
three days before Christmas.
The I.lhue Mill started grinding Its
1909 ciop last Tuesday. Engineer
Winter has utilized tho off season to
thoroughly modernize tho plant, which
now seoniB to work to perfection.
For smokers' articles, Imported
meerschaum, II II n briar, calabash
pipes, tobacco JarH with Hawaiian coat-nf-arms,
cigar cases, tobacco pouches,
usli tras, ots., cull at cither of Fltz
Patrick Hros.' 'stores.
Tho wlfo and mother of Dr. Sun, tho
famous Cbtncso revolutionist, will soon
leave Hawaii to Join him In Japan, In
t'pltu of tho fact that they may ho risk
ing capture by tho Chincso authori
ties, who huvo set a prlco oa tho head
of Dr. Sun.
Tho amount of rainfall In Kalllil val
ley Saturday night and yesterday
fausod tho stream to rlso and become
a mountain torrent of dirty water. Tho
valley wns soaked with rain almost
stehdlty timing Saturday night and tho
greater part of Sunday. Tho rotid
Mood tho .test extremely well despite
tho long dry, season,
Tho Oaliu Hallway company's freight
houso Is being enlarged by tlio addi
tion of a Ivio-Htory stiucturo in which
Sho offleo fotco will hu housed, after
which tho present olllco quartern In
tho shed will bo removed and tho en
tiro shed given over to freight hand
ling. Tho shed will bo lengthened so
;ih to glvo nu additional service of two
oars, making It possible to haudlo
eight Instead of six cars, at a time.
Roll top,Flat top,and Book
keeper's PESKS. Large
new Stock just arrived.
Roll top Desks up to six feet
in length. Prices the lowest
J. HOPP & CO
Lewers & Cooke Building,
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
One-Half Aore of Floor Space Devoted to Furniture
nu thlrty-llvo dcgices.
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