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THE BEST TEAM EVER SEEN HERE
In their Funny Sketch,
Fun In a Chinese Laundry
Full of Humorous Situations. More wonderful
Acrobatic Twists by these great comedians.
Every minute a laugh
The Only Place Importing
High Grade Acts like
WALKER AND STURM
WILLS AND HASSON
All now playing in the best
houses in America and Australia.
In a distinctly original and novel act, intro
ducing Smoke Pictures, Lightning Sketch
In Beautiful Sand
In New Songs
Universal Opinion After Seeing Them All : " THE PARK FOR MINE "
HOPES ARE FOR
Taft's Message Talks of New
System and of Wiping
(Assnclnlnl Pros, Cable.)
WASHINGTON, I). C, Dec. 17.
Piesldent Tnft's message to Congress
contains somo Intel est lug roenmmon
ilullons on postal savings banks. Ho
lias llio following to say:
At Its Inst session Congress inailo
provision for the establishment of
savings hanks hy tliu postolllco de
partment of this government, by
which, under the general control of
trustees, consisting of the iiostinnstcr.
general, tho secretary of tho treasury
nnil thi) uttoinoy-gouorni, tho systeni
cnutil ho hcguii III a few cities ami
towns, enlarged to cover within Us
operation, as many cities ami towns
ami ns largo n pnit of tho conntiy us
poemcrt who. ArraiiRenients havo
liecu porfccteil bo that savings linnka
will ho opened In somo cities ami
towns on tho first of January, ami
thoio will ho n gradual oxlonslnn of
tho hencflts of tho plan to tho pooplo
fif tho country.
Wiping Out of Postal Deficit.
As 1 vhavo said, tho postolllco do
p.utment Is'o'sreat business depart
meiit, nnil I nm glad to nolo tho fact
that under Us present management
tnlnclplcs 'of lmilnes8 economy nnil
efficiency , nro being appllod. Tor
many yearn there has been n dellclt
In tho oparatlona of tho postolllco do
partition), which has been met by np
piopilatlon from tho treasury. The
appropriation estimated for Inst yoar
from tho Mcasury overhand nbovo the
receipts of tho department was. $17,
500,000. I nm glad to rocord tho fact
that of.tliat $17,500,000 estimated for,
$11 COCOijO'wiro' saved and returned
to tho treasury". Tho personal offurtt
of tho postmaster-general secured tho
offectlvo ciwiporntlun of tho thousands
of postmnslors and other postal oftv
rers IlirPiiglioiit the eountry In carry
ing out his' plansof reorganization
and retrenchment. Tho result Is that
tho postmn$tcr-gcnernl has been able
to make his estlmato of expenses for
tho present yoar so low ns to keep
within tho amount tho postal sorvlco
Is expected to. parti. It Is gratifying
to rcpoit that the icductlon In tho
deficit has been accomplished without
any curtailment of jiostnl facilities
On tho control y, the. services has been
gieatly extended dining tho yoar In
all its branches.
Auto Committee Already Has
Forty-One Promised for
Thero wns an enthusiastic meet
ing of tho automobile committee or
tha Floral IMrmlo Saturday ufter
nonii nt tho Promotion Cnmmlttoo
rooms, and thoro wero promises re
ported there of forty-one cars nl-
thclr cars in the parade is James S.
Mi'C'.imllees (two pars), (leorgo Donl
Fon, James A. Kennedy, C. A. Stan
ton (two cars), Mrs. Clarence Cooke,
O. K. Wall, Miss Center. Mrs. S. M.
ilallnu, Paul Iccnberg, 12. F. lllshop,
T. Cllvo Ouvles( (I. K. Schacfcr, K.
I). Tonncy, Allan Herbert, C. S. Hoi
loway (two ears), Miss Irono Dick
son, Miss Mncfarlaiio, F. J, Ijowrcy,
Henry Wnterhousc Trust Company
D. I-. Couklliig, W,
Sirs, C. II. Cooper. Mrs, II. O. Noo
nan, .Mrs. M. l'lill'lps, A. C. Wall,
Shorwood I.owtcy and Frank Arm
strong. SHALL THE LORDS
RULE OR BE RULED
party seeks to reform tho
chamber on Its own lines.
In the last Parliament tho Liber
als effect oil a coalition with the Na
tionalists nnil l,aborItesi and while
tho attitude of tho two lilt tor parties
can not ho safely assumed, tho Oiiv
enimetit looks to their support If
successful on tho Issue Involving tho
Ilroadly speaking, tho predomluat- House of Lords. Chancellor Lloyd-
Oeorgo has broken down under the
strain of the campaign and canceled
F. Wlchmnn & Co., John Walker, A
W. Van Vnlkonberg, I.. 12. Arnold,
A. T. Gome, J. It. Quit, Mrs. Annlo
C. Ilnstaci',' Ilawallar, Fertilizer
Inn Issue was. Shall tho Lords ho
deprived of tholr traditional prorog
II. Mclnerny, II. ntlvo of veto permitting tho llouso nl) )l)g engagements.
Company (for llawnll Promotion
Commlttco)( O. S. Desky, 13. W.
Concdon, Judgo II. 12. Cooper, I. C.
ready, mi that tho committee hellcvcB Jones, Judgo W. L. Whitney, A, II.
ono hundred can bo secured for tho Mohnrt, L. l'ctrle, Marston Campbell,
pagiMjit In Fobruary. II. L. Kerr.
t p to the prccont time tho list of I ho automoljlln committee con.
of Commons a free hand In tho mat
lor of general election; or shall tho
llouso of Lords be allowed to reform
Itself and, making ccrtnln conces
sions as to Its composition, remain
ill a position to check such activi
ties of tho lower chamber ns tho
AUTOISTS ELECT OFFICERS.
NT.W YOIIK, Dee. 1. Tho ninth am
mini meotliiK of tho American Auto,
mohllo Association elected tbo follow.
Inir olItcerH tonlcht: President. Hob
peers may consider Inconsistent with cr( p Hooper, Pennsylvania; scrro
tho welfare of tho empire? irv. .inini N. Iliock. Connecticut
Tho Unionists or Conservative! treasurer 11. A. llonncll, New Jersey, church edifices,
stntid for tho latter proportion, . , Hev. O, H. Onllek took up hi lolly
thoso who havo promised to enter eists of Fred C. Smith (chairman), while tho Liberal or (lovernniont Weeklr llnlUtln! ncr.Tcnr. somo of tho uirlous problem the
church in llawnll it.ts to fii'o. Ho
Raid that nllhough tucro nro lxty- ;
Fovcn churches thero nro only thlny
four M.ntoM to lo tl.i work, mnlj
' many of these wero much nnd' rpt.Wj
In iiroporllon to their expenses in liv
ing. Dr. F, S. Scuudcr spoke Irnei
estlngly on tho Japanese of ll.i villa
mid the church, dwelling n:t iliqj
Workers In All Classes Tell of "";i increase of the """?.
IM1IMUIIII1JI1, UIV IIIUIlllllUM VI I-U'IMIVMI
horn each year and declaring that!
Ilnwallan churches must face IliuJ
prooieiu oi euucaiiiig iiichu iii u rniK-
ions way. William K. Kwai Fongx
talked on tho Chinese nnd tho church,';
nnd Itov. J. P. Krdtmin had tomaj
things to say on the Iluwutlmis of Hi
present day nnd their religious rela
Need for mom work nnd mora
funds were emphasized 'throughout,!'
well ns the effective work of the past
and tho ctTectlo work thnt Is hlipedjj
for In the future.
Problems That Confront
Hawaiian Day wns celebrated yes
terday nt Central Union church dllli
ii program of notiblo .idilressci.. Va
rious phases of evangelical nnd mis
sion woik In the Is'.-indK wero taken
up. A point stroa;;ly brought out Is
the need of mora i asters fur the
churches anil for iiioro and hotter
1.AKK V1KW (. 1
homi: ornriii .-.in .mciiciiaats tiifst iiiiimiimi,
LAKH Yli:W M.
Lake View No. I Oil Company
THESE TWO WELLS ARE
ONLY 5,500 FEET APART
1 camo in March 15 and does 65,000
The "Scientific American says it is
the most valuable oil well ever discovered, producing
over one million dollars -worth of oil monthly.
Sixty-five thousand barrels oil is equivalent to 16,000 tons coal .and would require ten
of tho largest size locomotives and 400 box cars to move the output every day.
Lake View No.
Bbls. oil daily.
Lako View No. 2 was down about 12 00 ft. oy. 1,
This Is a picture of Chas. F. Off, tho Oil Expert. ,
"" I urn tullui; Milivrlplloiis for slock In (lie nbote ('ompanv. This Is u gamble In oil with lit!) rlmmcs In jeur f.iwir as iiwiIiim one l lost. T.liU oil properly N Inralcd In Kern rnuntySmitlrrii Cullfornla, In the cen.
tcr of Hie wiirlil-faiiioiis .MI(lii)OIiirlcop.i ll l'lihls. II N iihoul one mid one.iiinrIer miles from the nnrlil-fn iih oil gusher Lake View o. 1, ami nltliiiuub (no ei.irnle rniiunlrs, practically (he same onircr mid
illrccHirs are remiccliil with Luke len .o. U It Is a son of lis father. The same manager, .Mr. ('has. V. (MY, nlin put il.mn Lake View .o. I, Is ills. m.iger of ami N ii" imllliig don Lake View .V. 2. )W lire six miles
nearer tlie guslur liuiii the lluuniiiu , rm-nlly eplolleil In lloiioliilu, six miles nearer than (he ll lulu Convidhl.iled, mid three miles nearer Hum Hie Win. JIalm well. A t.0,o0 1.1,1. well came In one mile south of
us for tho Consolidated Mldwuy Oil Company, three other big gushers within ono mile east of us, and four within two miles north or us. Wothereforo feol our proposition Is ulinost n cortnloty, Don't you tnlnk thla Is
worth tho gamblo when you consider tho Immense prollts from u good oil well? It Is ulmoBt a fairy tnlo. If wo sttlko u 10,000 Mil. well, lit .'. per Mil., It Is cepm! to J3.00 dally per 100 shares, nnd this is only the profit
from ono well. Wo can put down forty moro wolls on our property. Uik0 view No. 1 has been doing 05,(100 bbls. dally for ovor eight inontlm, at tir.c comes to over n Million dollars prollt eery month; their stock cost 00e.
now It takes till kinds of money to buy ono share. Our stock Is DOo per sharo today, and there is only n limited amount left, mid when bold the prico .will ho 1 00 par When the wei comes In about February the slock
value will ho according lo tliu slzo of tho well. This Is why you can buy stock now at DOc, later It limy bo worth $50.00. Uiko View No, S well Is down aLout 1200 feet with u 10-Inch hole. Tho driller's log shows wu uro
going through the samo formations ns Uikn Vlow No. 1, with oery Indlcntlon of striking u well ccpuilly ns lurgo.
Hvory man who engages In business tunes u chance; tbo furmor's crop may fall, the ship may sink, even your Wo Is n gamblo. Somo gambles uro even chances; tonio havo oil-is In your favor. A gamble In Kl:o
Viow No 2 Oil Company would bo $50 to $1 In jour fuvor. Any man with Intelligence takes n chunco and develops lt" a globe Hotter or tourist and lives on Hasy Street; tho other mun who didn't Is still a clor.k nt Ills,
old Job. John D. Itockefoller might still ho u clerk, hut ho took a guniMo In oil-Ms salary Is now about u inllllom dollars dally. livery man nnd woman owe It to themselves to hotter their condition In Wo by buying somo
stock In this Company. Hvon 100 shnres might put you on Kusy Street; it Is n snfn gamble. Do It now.
Mall mo your chock or P. O. ordor to cover ono-thlrd of tho umount of stock jou wish to order, tho balance Is p.iyublo In sixty days. Cut out yourclgar3 or any other expenso nnd buy somo stock, and later on jou
can wear dlamunds, nnd this is no Itllo boast.. Phono No. 3020, oi ilrop postal for appointment. jf OSWALD LUTTED, General SalCS AfJCnt, Honolulu. 1 139 Fort Street, tieXt COnVCnt.
This is your opportunity to invest in an oil company that will deliver the goods
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