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nVHKtNO imLt,flTtN'HONOLTJLtTtT, IT., TUESDAY, JAtt.'S, f6b!. " M
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Annual January Sale
The Entire Stoolc of
Night Gowns, Skirts,
and Corset Covers
POSITIVELY NO RESERVE.
Sec Window Display and Note Prices.
To Thrust On House If
Fight Gets Too
WILSON IS MOVING
Lively Work To Prevent
Spread of Serious
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
Fort and Beretania Sts. Opposite Tire Station.
Save New SSioes
by hnvinR your old ones repaired. Your old shoes certain
ly look shabby beside the new ones, but wc can repair
them in "no time," so that they will look like new, and
give j'ou lots of good wear.
Bring your old shoes to is we'll tend to them.
MEN'S SOLES and IIEELS, $1.25; WOMEN'S SOLES
and HEELS, $1.00.
REGAL SHOE STORE,
McCAKDLESS BUILDING, KING AND BETHEL STS.
WASHINGTON, D. Q Dec. 12.
Chief Wllklo ot tho Secret Scrvlco
iniitlo a spectncular entry Into tlio
iDXecutlvo olllccs nt the Whlto House
utiuiit G o'cloclt this ccnlnK, bearing
11 formidable) bundle ot documents.
Thu Islt ot tho Chief horo directly
upon the ngltnllon of tho Houbo to
ward tho no-culled Investigation of
the President Into tho secret scrvlco
In tho vernacular of the secret scr
Wco each "bundle" Is called "tho
ashes of tho lust man to bo Investl
Fated." 'I ho President, It is under
stooif, has nlrcady amassed many fo
Ho volumes of Interesting stories
about CoiiRrcsMncn In their relations
to (heir Industries at home, tho "po
litical nnvy yards" of the country
and tho general subject of tho allot
ment of public lands, nud nioro espe
cially tho acquisition of mtnctal and
The opinion Is growing hourly
that If tho President should find It
necessary to Insist on his messago re
maining as part of tho records, and
Congress should think woll for the
nation "to expunge," ho will hurl a
special message, at his critical IIouso
and accompany It with tho extracts
from thesu secret scrvlco iccords and
other departmental records to dem
onstrate the justice of his llrst asser
tions. House Is Worried
The Impression that tho President
Is loaded already to the guards has
gleu tho House agitators a distinct
notion thht there Is no use, to bo In a
liuny In this proceeding.
"(Jo slow," Is in fact tho watch
word that bus been adopted by tho
cooler heads In both branches of Con
gress with regard to tho movement
Inaugurated in tho House jestcrday
to lehuko tho President fur his slap
at the House.
Tho Perkins committee, appointed
under tho House resolution. ot Friday,
lb expected to meet on Monday, but
it will not ninko any report until po1"
flbly Just before the ChrstniaH holl
oa s, and nut) be not until Congress
reconvenes In January. Meanwhile
tho President's enemies nro looking
Senate "Standine Pat"
There iu reason to believe that
somo sort of resolution may ho Intro
duced in the Senate on Monday,
though this In by no menus certain
Thcio In 11 widespread feeling In the
Senate that, after nil, It wns tho
ilouse that was slapped and not the
Senate, and thcie Is little rencon Why
that dignified body should help to
pull chestnuts out of the Ilia for tho
One ot tho peculiar and significant
features of the situation Is that none
of tho leaders, or. for that matter.
any of tho moro prominent members
ct either body, is taking any part,
publicly or privately, In this move
ment to hit nt thu President.
Jinny mombcis of Congress called
upon tho Piesldcnt during the day,
but no 0110 admitted the lslta wcro
in reference to tho secret scrvlco
matter. One. visitor said the Presi
dent had joked with him about It. ,
No Longer Dry
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D, Manager.
Fine Wines and Liquors
L0VEJ0Y & CO., LTD.
C02-90-1 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at tho new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lu. lots
W. O. BArtNHAFtT,
133 Merchant St.
is absolutely Pure and we
make Any Tlavor To Order.
Patronize our Cake Depart
ment. Palm Cafe,
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 1S5.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evenlnr.
Bulletin (jives a complete summary ol
the news of the day.
Pomp 'Pears to mo dnr's suuifln
queer 'bout do set of dose pants of
,'ours, Moko. Am dey ready inado?
Mono No, sah. I don t wear uo
'hand 1110 don ns." Doso trousuhs was
nude to measure!
l'oiun Huol Yo' don't sayl Who
185 editorial rooms 25G busl
neis office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
Kunawal Lane, 1 Bedroom . , .$ 7.00
Nr. Fort St. Bridge, 2 B.R.. . 8.00
Mr. Fort St. Bridge, 3 B. R, . . 15.00
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov. 21.
(Special to the N. V. World.) So
alarmed did Secretary Wilson become
today by tho reports from the points
in Now York and Pennsylvania
where foot nnd mouth disease pre
valla among tho live Block, that he
decided to take personal charge of
tho fight and apply the knowledge he
gained during the outbreak of 1902
03 In New England. Ho called a
conference ot tlio supervising inspect
ors to be held In Philadelphia tomar-
ow to take coupscl with him and
Or. A. D. Melvln, Chief of the I'ureau
of Animal Industry, I'rom Phllndel-
I hla ho will go to lUiffnlo for a, meet
ing with Inspectors at work in New
Thero nro two great dangers ap
prehended by him. 'Tlio llrst Is that
such a large number of dairy cattle
will becomo Infected that the milk
supply ot New York, Philadelphia,
Dnltlmorc, and Washington will ho
affected, Tho other Is that the In
fection has been carried by railroad
cars as far West as tho Mississippi
river, "tho eastern boundary ot the
real cattle country.
Shipments of mill; from lnferted
localities is forbidden by the quaran
tine declared by tho States nnd tho
Federal Government. Much' milk is
cnrrlod In interstate commerce for
the cities mentioned.
Tho most disturbing facts nrn tho.
the disease, has nppearod In Crawford
County, Pn., on the border between
Pennsylvania and Ohio, and In I)cln
ware County In tho southeastern part
of that commonwealth, it Is feared
it will sprcud Into Ohio, Delwarc,
and Maryland. Two hundred Inspec
tors are In the Held killing cattle
showing the least symptom of infec
tion, but tho territory tq cover Is be
coming larger each day Sx jcars
ago, when tho disease waH found in
Nek Kngland, It Was kept within the
borders of four States. The territory
now covered by tlio disease la greater
than It was then, niid the chances of
n still further spread are greater.
To prevent the' spread of the mal
ady to the catthPcountry Stcretnry
Wilson took tho extraordinary step
of asking all the railroads cast of the
Mississippi to disinfect their cattle
equipment that had been In New
York ui Pennsylvania wltliln six
weoks, cither with carbolic jacld or
formalin. He suggested to them that
If tho disease was permitted to spread
to tho cattle country there. Would bo
no cattle to ship 'from the plains to
tho packing houses.''' Thnt appeal to
their pockets. It was figured, "would
be effectlvo to bring about the desired
co-oporutlon between them and the
Department of Agriculture
A cominltteo representing the
Steamship companies that send ships
to Now ork came hero today asking
that Manhattan Island bo exempted
from the quarantine. Imposed bv the
llrltlsh and Federal Governments.
Secretary Wilson had them take their
request to tho State Dcpaitmcnt nnd
tho llrltlsh Knibassy. Jf.tho llrltlsh
nuuru 01 jigricuiiurqtwill nil 1110
quarantine he will also. The lifting,
so far as tho island -lp-conccrncd. Is
because,' under the Verms of the llrlt
lsh quarantine, no ship that even
touches n New York port may bring
cattlo from any other American port.
Tho disease has not appeared on
tho Island, hence tho Inclination of
Secretary Wilson to grant the re
quest, because ho knows his inspect
ors will not permit the exportation
ot Infected cattle.
A committee from Eastern rail
roads asked for a rescinding of tho
order requiring hay nnd Btraw to be
disinfected, hut he refused, because
that Is about tho only way tho dis
ease could' got Into Now Yorjc City,
the placo where, abovo nil others, ex
cept tho cattlo country, it would do
tho greatest damage, not only among
tho animals In the city, but by mak
ing it impossible to lift tho quaran
tine, as proposed by tho committee
representing tho shipping Interests.
Seldom Fatal to Humans
The disease appears in eruptions
or blisters In tho mouth, aiound tho
coronets of the feet 'and between tho
tees nnd on tho udder. Horses, dogs,
cats, nnd oven poulti'y nro carriers of
tho contagion. It is seldom fatal to
human beings. It Is chiefly contract
ed by children and ndntts who drink
large quantities of unboiled milk.
Almost every available Inspectpi
and vetorlnnrlan connected with the
Department ot Agriculture Is now on
duty at lluffalb, and all possible steps
will bo taken to stamp out tho dis
ease It Is Imped by draBtlc quaran
tine icgulntlnns to control the epi
demic and so pment enormous losses.
The Hoard of License Commlvlon
ers for the Count of O.ihu wl'i hold
n meeting nt the l.'xccuthe llulhllng
on Thttisdii), February 4, I90H. ot
4 p m., to (onslder thu application
of MASAO NAKAML'llA for a Whole
sale License to sell Intoxicating liq
uors nt Kalaeokahlpa, Kahuhtl, Oahu,
under the provisions of Act 119, Ses
sion Laws of 1907.
All protests or objections ngalnBt
tho Issuance ot a license under said
application should bo filed with the
.Secretary of tho Hoard not later than
the time set for said hearing.
A. J. CAMPIinM,.
Secretary, Hoard of I.lcenso
4200 Jan. fi, 1L', 19, 20
The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the County of Oahu will hold
a meeting at tho Kxrcutivo Hulldtng
on Wednesdny, January 13, 1909, nt
4 P. M to consider the application
of U1YOICHI TANAKA for n Whole
sale License to sell Intoxicating liq
uors nt Ilonoutlull, Oahu, under the
provisions of Act 119, Session Laws
All protests or onjectlons against
tho Issuance ot a license under said
application should bo tilled with tho
Secretary of tho Hoaid not Inter than
the time set for said hearing.
A. J. fAMPHUMi,
Secretary, Hoard of License Com
missioners. 4183 Dec. 15, 22, 29. Jan. B.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
In accordanco with tho Hy-Laws of
tho First National Hank of Hawaii,
at Honolulu, notlco Is hereby given
thnt the nnnunl meeting ot the stock
holders thereof will be held In Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, Territory ot Ha
waii, at Its place of business on
Thursday, January 21, 1909, at 3 p.
m. The purpose of such meeflng is
tho election of Directors for the en
suing jear, and for the transaction
of nil such other business ns may be
necessary or brought beforo tho
stockholders for action.
Dated Honolulu,. Dec. 21, 190S.
L. T. PKCIC,
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