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EVENIXQ nnU-r.TIN', iiONOMJIVn, T. IT.. THtmSDAY, DEC. 2.'!, 1909.
L B. KERR & CO., LTD
Will deliver Roods on Christmas
morning, so Ret ready to receive
Makes merry every evening, danc
ing and having his quintet boys play
and sing. Come and join in.
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CHRISTMAS GIFT HINT
Why not give something that is always useful as well as orna
mental? Jet and Shell Barrcttes, Jet and Shell Side and Back Combs,
Feather Boas, Fin Seal, Jet and Beaded Hand Bags and Purses, Bands,
Hat'Pins, Hair Pins, Collarettes, Belts, all designed for the coming
spring season, No two alike.
The finest line of Initialed linen,
Hemstitched Ilinen, Hemstitched
Cambric and Cotton Handkerchiefs
in the city. Examine them.
One of the most pleasing things
you can give as a present would be
a nice pair of Hose, and we carry the
Don't you think that the tac would look nicer and wouldn't you
feel better if the napkins and table cloths were new for Christmas?
Amongst our numerous articles we have on display arc a lot of
Suspenders in Holiday boxes which we have reduced in price.
What better re
you give your
friends than a pair
WALKOVER or SOROSIS SHOES?
You not only offer them many days of comfort and satisfaction,
but also teach them that instead of being a necessary evil some shoes
are sources of pleasure and contentment. And every morning in their
after life, when they put on their
WALKOVER or SOROSIS SHOES
they will think kindly of you
and wish that others are en
joying an equal benefit.
SENSIBLE GIFTS FOR
The largest line of these are to be found at our store.
How aout a nice two or three piece suit made of the finest materials
and nothing but the best workmansship in the makeup!
Or what's the matter with a pair of Solid Oold Cult Links, Stick
Pin or Front Stud Sets t
The largest line and most com
plete assortment in the City of Ho.
nolulu, in all grades, for both ladies
Everything you wish in all grades
Mid shades of Felt, Straw and the
ever-popular Panama. These arc
How about putting a new cover or quilt, blankets, sheets or pillow
slips on the beds for Christmas? We have the best.
We have fust received a most beautiful line of children's rompers,
and will have them ready at once.
SANTA'S IAST CALL FOR THE TOYS
This is the last call on the toys
before Xmas, so you had better
TOR THE GIRLS
Dolls of all sizes, materials and all prices. Tea Sets, Fans, Christ
mas Bells. Cook Stoves. Wheel Chimes, Fussy Cats, Baa Sheep, "Billy
Possums," Fush Toys, Dolls in Doll Cribs, Dolls in Fush Carts, and etc.
FOR THE BOYS
Whistles, Horns, Steam Engines, Yachts, Schooners, Footballs, Can
Fistols, Air Guns. Fop Guns, Swords. Surprise BGoxei, Games, Blocks,
Masks, "Irish Mails," "Steel Racer " and etc.
Every 50c purchase entitles you
to cue vote in tl'e Santa Claus contest.
FIVE YEARS MORE
WILL COMPLETE CANAL
('IIICA(U), Dec. 22. Thieo tin ndioil innl sovenly-llvo million dollars
will In' (lie total tost of I lie l'.iuuiiiii Canal, uccuidlng to Congresiman
James A. Tttwnoy lit Minnesota, elm li iiiuii nf tlio house committee tin np
pinpilntious of Cnngie.. Tawnoy stated In an Interview today that
Din canal will ho completed and leiuly for operation not later than New
Vein's Day ot I SMB.
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SCHLEY STILL BACKS COOK
What Army and Navy
Folk ' Are Dotog
WASHINGTON. Dee. 22. Hpnr.Ailmlriil Wlntleld 8. Schley today
iculllimcd his KiiillduiHe In "Dr. Cool; and demanded that Commander
Peuij tuibmtt his data nnd pmofs to otheis than thu National (Jeo
i,raihle Society. Sehluy makes the demand that the Unitcrslty nf
Copenhagen, wlilrh has Just rejected Dr. Cook's no-culled pioofs, bo
gltim a (hancii lo limped thu Pear) documents.
SIX YEARS FOR BIG STEAL
1 CINCINNATI. Deo. 22. AVnrrlner today pleaded guilty to tho
theft of Ifitll.OOO and icuuested that senteme lie pronounced immedi
ately. 1 11k miuest was i (implied with and hu was glten a penitentiary
leu'enco nf six jears.
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SUGAR FRAUDS STILL HELD BACK
WASIIINHTON, Dei". 22. Attoinoj-Gencrnl Wlckcrshnm haB (alien
I III m stand opposing ' intestlgullou by Congicss of thu HtiKar frauds,
pending the completion ot thu liuiulry now being conducted by thu do
pnilment of Justice.
SOUTHERN SENATOR DEAD
JACKSON, Miss., Dee. 22.- The Hun. Annelid Jmeph Mci.uurln,
Junior United States Senator from M Isslsslppl, died lieio today. Heart
disease was the cause and death e.iinu teiy suddenly.
Via .TTifi V-.-BOUNW
Lil l6T,0N Of 1TVi
t iTtBT cov a
The mark of the highest-grade
dentifrice, the standard in every
country in the world, is Sozodont.
It will not tarnish gold work or
scratch the enamel. A perfect
dentifrice the one for you.
It is very convenient for the
Benson, Smith & Co., Agent?,
WASHINGTON. December M.
Hgw deteimlned Army olllcers aio to (
procure niodlllc.itlons of the Hoose-
ult physUal tests, was shown today ,
In the aunual teport ot tloneinl J. i
1'ialiklln Hell, thief of staff
"Hiding tests and physical train- ;
lug Bliould not be abolished," sas
he, "but conditions connected there
with can undoubtedly be Impioved.
Hu announces that modllleatlnns
of Jhu Hjstem "suggested by experi
ence" sliortly win lie m.iue io me
Secretary of War.' Whllo (lenerul
Hell does not outline what thene mo-
illflcutions will be, It Is believed they
will piovldo that olllceis serving In
thu tropics and olllceis about to ie
tire on account of ago, shall he ex
cused fiom taking the tests and pos-t-llily
for providing horses for de-'
Inched officers to use in taking
monthly exorcises. i
No Increase In the strength of the
Army Is recommended at this time,
(luuerul Hell, however, nskr for ex-
tin olllcers to take the place of tho
"Oil officers now absent fiom their
lomnuiiids on detailed duty.
fur Manila for assignment to duty.
Second l.leut. Thomas I- Catluow
Thliteenlh Cut airy, Is rulluted from
duty, at 1'oij Sheildau mid will sail
from San Francisco about I'ebruary
5 to Join Ills regiment In l'lilllpplues.
Nnty orders: Captain 1.. Young, ot
ilereil December 1, modified lie detach-
ed from navy urd, thue Island to
homo, wait orders.
Ban rranclsco, December 11. Two
commissioned olllcers and sovcral en
llHted men of tho Fifth Cavalry sin
Honed, nf-SchollelU Harraclss. H. T.,
hute been in del ed to take thu course;
of instruction at the School of Mas
ketiy, Monteiey. Thoy will leavu Hu
ilo'lulu ,by thu tiansport of January S,
nnd Upon nirlval hero will lenort at
once to thu cninmaudunt of tho school, '
They uro Second l.ieiitcuautH Albert
II. Dockpry nnd Homer M. ttronliiger,'
Corpora Theodoto U, ltoomei, Cor
pdrul IlOhel't H. Lancablcr, Surgt. Hot
Ho I.nkc'B, Coi poral Albert A. De Avig
non, Corporal Ocar V. Nelson. Corji
oral Oscar I', ilcjnnlds, Sergt. Itoy
'gnlilupiuiuli and I'rlvato Alfied S.
McKnlght. Thu following men aru
detailed from tho Twentieth Infantry,
Kort Sjiaftei; Sorgt. Matthew It. Car
niody. qiiart.-Sergt. Hriiuo Drews,
Sergt. Jnlnes II, Miles and Corporal
Washington, Decembur 11. At my
orders: Capt. itobeit C. Williams,
paymaster, Is lelleted tioni duty, De.
inutnient of Colorado, and will sail
I about I'ebrujij n fiym .Ban, I'r.uiclsco
In his speech on taking the oath of
office ns (lovernor (leiieral of tho I'hl
lippll'es. on Nov. 2, W. Canieroii
Korbes, of MassachiiBt.ii, miiile n
statement that must wring the
bosoms of his fellow liny Staters Hint
have been proclaiming In season and
out. that the United States was sit
ting on top of a volcano nf natlto
discontent, and that at any moment
the Islanders would rise in one tre
mendous levolt against American au
thority. The cruel language of (lov
ernor Korbes which will cause much
aculo mental distress In the neigh
borhood of Springfield. Mass., because
uttered by" n representative of that
state-, was this: "Thero is not on
the horizon discernible any cloud
which Indicates tho possibility of any
kind of disturbance In the present
status nf these Inlands either from
within or without by war or Insur
rection." Then the (lovernor added"
"The development of tho Philippines
will proceed along the lines originally
sot forth, strictly adhered to by each
succeeding administration, nnd !. a
gradual process In tho lino nf declared
policy. I am opposed to tho admis
sion nf Chinese labor. Filipinos can
do all the necessary work hero If
properly paid and properly treated."
Oovernor Korbes Is the (Ifth nnd
youngest Oovernor Oenernl since the
United States Instituted civil govern
ment in the Philippines. Dining tho
proceedings connected with tho In
nugiiratlon tho hall was packed, tho
surrounding streets worn thronged,
nnd tho Oovernor General was enthu
slnstlcnlly receltetl, He wns escorted
by n troop of tho 12th U, S. Cnvnlry
to tho Ayuntiunlento, Part of tho
i ouie was lined with Infantry. Scouts
nnd Co'nstnbuiniy nadir command of
III Ig. Gen, It, D, PnttH, U. S A.
Iteprcseiitntlto Swngar Sherley of
Kentucky, a member of tho House
Novelties for Christmas
We offer a slocK of Elegant Fancy Boxes for
Others filled with Delicious Candy and
Gunther's Fruit Glace
Also, Superior Pastry for Christmas
German Honey Cake, PeppernUts, Matzepan, Pies and Cakes,
Tree Ornaments, Tinsel, Bon-Bons from Paris
One Vote in DOLL CONTEST given with every 25 cent. Candy
and CaKe purchase.
Hotel, near Union Street
.Committee on Appropriations and
chairman of the nub-committee o t
fortifications, who has Just returned
fiom u Congressional inspection over
the Panama Canal Zone declared at
thu Wh)te House on Dec. 1 that hu Is
In favor of thu Immediate fortification
of the zone. Mr. Sherley said that
now that wo hnvo nil the men nnd
most of tho material necessary for
tho construction of fortifications wo
should go ahead with thai work.
About $1000,000, I thlult.' said Mr.
Shciley, "would bo enuuah to fprtlfy
thu zone completely That Is only
about one per cent, of tho total tost
of the eannl. The best way to pre
sort u thu neutrality of the zone Is to
fortlly It. I do not see how there
could hu any objection to this work
and I bellevu it Bhould bo undertaken
at once, so that It will ho completed
when tho canal Is ready" Mr, Shei
ley praised Colonel doethals highly,
and declaied that the Cnngiessloual
liitestlgators were Immensely Im
prested with tho canal.
A coriCHpnndent of the 2rth U S,
Intantry, willing fiom I'orl (leorgo
Wilght, Wash,, who does not take a
teiy rosy view nf survfeo In the Phi
lippines, fiom which thu regiment has
recently returned, sajs: "We are
thankful that our tour of foreign serv
ice In the tropics took no moru of our
command from among us than It did
by bolo, cholera, nnd other causes, and
that those among us brought back
oven Injured for llfu aru hero to glte
thanks for their foitunnte escape frum
death. We are thankful for our sta
tion In this latitude, where tho brac
ing climate conditions will restore, If
only In a iuensurn, our euertated and
depleted menial and ph steal bodies,
eten though wu realize that what hns
been taken from us by our two ears'
servlco In thu Jungle mid heat of a
degree of latitude wherii tint Almighty
Intended only n inenlnllly and pIij-bI-;
cnl firucture of a mnM prliultlvejjblj
lug tn eMst can neter ho whollre-'
stored lo us. Wo uro still tlmnkTuV
to lie nllte and back nsnung pc'qpjo
who talk the s-uuo language, huttj'.'tlie
same Ideas us to honor for n mnh,niid
(hastily for a woman, n comninuiiic
for our rountr) and t'.ag. wltlchj'j.i
tho Oriental country wo eainuffrtm
aru unknown and ore tinuppiecliifcd,
We lire thnnkful to bo In 'nnrTTfttn
iiiiintii where we rnn oat food li ml
drink water without fear of bolngTcar
rled to tho grntu by our comradctulifl
following morning; whero etery man
or wotnnn wo meet Is not nt heart
our enemy hut our friend. Wo'iiro
most thankful for tho evIdencoT ot
good fellowship that has been' manb
fested by tho neoplo of Spoknue.wlio
hato taken us within their gateslaiul
lindo us welcome, ''.a
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