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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H . WEDNESDAY. DEC. 25, 190S.'
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Only One More
Shopping Day for
' ,; Christmas!
We are geins to make It nn Interesting Day, and
keep things moving Lively,
Souvenir Days:
Today and
Tomorrow
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TODAY- DECORATED RUBBER BAILS and
SCHOOL OUTFITS (yo.tr choice) with every dollar purchase
TOMORROW HANDSOME SILK FANS gratis
with a Dollar Purchase. As the quantity of Souvenirs is
limited each day, we would advise early shopping.
Doll Contest
The doll contist closes Tomorrow nighi at 10 ,
o'clock. Send in your votes as early as possible. "
The dolls will be delivered to the lucky ones
Christmas momintr.
Sachs9
THE PLACE TO DO YOUR 'CHRISTMAS SHOPPING.
Clearance Sale
This sale applies only to the main store at Eleele,
A Great Reduction in all Lines of
COTTON GOODS
These will be sold at LESS THAN COST: ENGLISH
TAILOR GOODS, BOOTS and SHOES, HATS and CAPS,
MEN'S SOCKS, At Sacrifice Prices: All These Prices
Strictly Cash.
A fine line of Fancy Wjnes and Liquor for the Christ
,mas trade, in our Liquor Department.
J. I. Silva's Store, Eleele, Kauai
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LUVIV t 1 UUK JIUUV
You will find nothing better in quality, prettier, or
more reasonable in price. Headquarters for Christmas
gifts, i
DRESDEN RIBBONS, beautiful patterns; 15c to 75c a yard.
SATIN AND TAFFETA RIBBONS, plain colon, all widths
1 and shades SPECIAL PRICES.
ELBOW LENGTH GLOVES, black and white and Tan; $3.00
pair; formerly $4.00. '
LADIES' SILK GLOVES, elbow length, blaok and white;
$1.60 and $1.75 a pair.
HANDKERCHIEFS FOR LADIES, splendid assortment in
hemstitched and scalloped edges; 50c to $5.00 per dor.
HYDEGRADE WASHSUITS FOR BOYS, from 2 to 0 years.
SPECIAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK.
ALL' THE TOYS MUST GO THIS, WEEK Never nUnd'the
price we are going to sell them to you for CHRIST
MAS IMiEbENTS.
Changes Are Due
Oil' Next March 4
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THINGS THAT HAVE BEEN DONE In THE WHITE HOUSE THAT
WILL BE DONE NO MORE AUTOMOBILES TAKE PLAC
OF HORSES NO MORE TENNIS CABINET.
SLEEP LATE
(Special Correspondence)
WASHINGTON, Dec. . Fore
man Conover, presiding genius over
tho Wliltu Hiiiiso Blulilcs, who Knows
more ubout splints, .spavins, sliou
lilUtcrH niul (lie hemes, Hum nny
inn n In the I loose veil Administration,
n man who ciui tell the ngo of n
horse by his tough, may soon have
to forget his equine" learning nntl
study up on carburetters, Bparkers
and petrol, to hold his Job. Ileport
has' It and automobile sales ngents
are cocksuia of It Hint President
elect Tnft Is going to deprirt. from
the Hoosevclt policies In lino In
stance at least and Install automo
biles In the stables of the Chief Ex
ecutive, where now broughams.. sta
tion carts and victorias furnish
means of locomotion for the first
man In the nation,
Judge Tnft has become quite fond
of the automobile. During the sum
mer ho traveled ut least threo bun
dled miles In ns mnny different ma
chines and not once did the candi
date suffer any delay or Inconveni
ence fiom n hioken trnce or n colicky
male. The l'resldent-elect is con
vinced that the automobile Is the
thing. In Cincinnati his chief de
light was1 his daily split In llrother
Charlie's touring car, a muchlne so
big, by the way, that It can hardly
turn around In a four-acre Mold.
President Hoosavelt has fi owned
on tho auto. His tastes have run
to timber toppers mid single foot
ers. Hut Mr. Tnft tins Ideas on the
subject himself and shortly March 4
the big b.iru setMishle for the Presi
dent's eiiulpagcr mny house touring
curs, roadsters, tunnbouts and elec
tric phuntons. Tho last named mny
supercede Mrs. Hoosovclt's brougham,
and tho runabouts may be designed
for the use of Miss Helen, Mr. Hob
crt and four e.irs will be tho most
Interesting children In the land. Tho
touring ciy may safely be kept In
tho garage subject to tho call of
tho President.
This Innovation In tho now Ad
ministration will occasion Borne dis
quletudo among tho rubbernecks of
tho capital. Tho red, white and bluo
cockade and tho red, white and blue
rosctto on the heads of the footmen
and horses respectively have long
served ,to Identify tho Whlto House
carilages.. Just wheie tho rosettes
will bo attached If machines aro
used is a matter that will be left to
Pi Ivato Secretury Carpenter, who, by
the way, -will bo quite another
change In tho order of things nt the
White House.
Mr. Carponter is a much different
man (from Secretary I.oeb. He. Is
)ounger, smaller and more timid. He
blushes when he Is asked a hard
question and much dissembles. Also,
he Is not man led. The nuto will
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may Bee tho "President leiithlng for
a high ball."
The high tennis balls suggest
something else about the new Admin
istration. I'leslOent-elect Tnft Is nn
abstainer fiom vinous, malt, hop mid
other intoxicating liquors. They do
not ugioe with his digestion. n this
(oniie'ctloii it inn) also bo said that
the day of 8 oelock rising In tho
White House will end with March
4, President Tnft, unlike President
Roosevelt, who Jumps out of bed lit
(i mid lushes for n told tub. believes
tlint sleep ut that hour is the best
employment Unit can be put to time.
Nine o'clock finds him protesting
against, getting up.
The national tports will chango
with tJo swearing ni of tho new
Plcsldcut. .ludgo Taft likes n fish
as a gastronomic and spotting possi
bility. He Jlkes to read about hunt
ing, but he frankly confesses that
hunting as a pastime doesn't appeal
to Mm. He much prefers horseback
riding with his cronies, den. Kd
wnrda and Hon. Crozler. This exor
cise, with golf at thu Chevy Chase
Club, will keep him In coudltlju nnd
the tennis rackets now Uttering the
Executive Mansion will have to give
way to the brassle unci mldlron.
Even the White House furnltitre
will change somewhat. 'The large,
comfortable chair which was onro
Mr. Tnft's as Secretary of War In
the Cnblnct, will bo moved to the.
President's place The I'icsldent'H
swivel chair In his piivntc ollke will
give way to one built mi more rcii
erous mchltectural lines. Tho libra
ry shelves in Setretaiy Lock's loom
now koiiililiK beneath tho weight of
"The Walks of Theodoie Roosevelt,"
"lllg (lame In the West," "Camping
and Tramping- with President ltoose
velt," "Tho Many Sided Hooscvolt,"
Henry Cabot Lodge's "History, of
Theodore Hoosevclt," "Roosevelt, the
Hoy nnd the Man," -"Tho Rough
Hlders" mid the Hooscvolt Dears"
may soon give way to'Oreenlcaf on
Evidence, Parsons on Contracts, Chtt
ty on Plcndlngs, Kent's Commenta
ries, 'Cooley on Torts, and Rlackstone.
Old Gentlemen for Bodyguards
During the next Administration
Chief Wllkie, of tho Secret 'Sorv'lcc,
need not letnll any lithe llmbed'nth
letes ns Pi evidential bod) guards.
Kino old gentlemen, even If they
have a blight touch of the gout, may
fill the places acceptably amj retire
after four vars of nrduous labor
with well developed equatorial pro
portions. A now order of things will obtain
In Washington when Chief Justice
Kuller swears In Mr. Taft. The
Cabinet roont during the public re
ception hour may become clogged up
with vlsltom, ns Judge Taft will not
have ncqulied that handshake u'nd
pull nlbng that goes so well with the
Hooeveltlan "De-llghtedl" More
over, Charlie, the White House foot
man, will have to leduce that lump
on his chest if he hopes to hold his
Job and slide under Judgn Taft's new
automobile to see what has gone
wrong with the thing. Charlie had
beat be spry, because William, Mr
Taft's flunkey for several )ears, has
won gl eater funic then ever by mem
oilzlug IiIb master's labor speech nnd
b) whipping an Ashtabula (O.) rot
oi ed man who still swore by Koiaker
when the Taft special-an Ived. Mo
nlco, Mr. Taft's Filipino servant, will
take Jim's place. Jim has shaved
President Roosevelt while tho Presi
dent talked with visitors. Jim's
dexterity will not be needed during
the next Administration hb Monlco
unil a little hot water will furnish
the new President with a sluive good
mimigh for his bill.
And it's vale Ojster Hay, the suni
mei cnplt'il Next summer the cap
ital may be most any where Hereto
fore Mr Tuft lias spent his summer
at Murrii) Hay, Can., nt flic home of
his brother. 1'ioni now, though, lie.
will remain In tho United States.
This bit of Information may be of
value to summer resort proprietors
and real estato agents.
THREE MESSENGER
BOYSJN-TROUBLE
Another incident In tho war be
tween the two messenger sorvlre es
tablishments conducted byM. V. Pe
ter nnd J. Santos respectively on
Union" street, took, blncc liist Satur
day night, as a result of which three
bo) b of the Santos faction are at
present languishing behind the bars
of the police Hjjttlon with charges of
malicious Injury placed ugalust them.
The story which the police toll of
the matter Is as follows: Manuel do
Mello, Eddie Auld, and dcorge Furta,
all Santos bo)t, conspired against Pe
ter, nnd one of them took off the nut
of Peter's buggy, while tho two oth
ers kept watch to guard agalnrt dis
covery. A little later Peter returned
and stnrted with his wife and sister-In-law
for home in the vehicle. The
buggy had proceeded only a few feet
when the wheel was dished, nnd Pe
ter mid the two ladies were splllod
Into the toad, much to the delight of
the ko)s. Luckily, tho horse was a
tamo one, and no one was hurl seri
ously. ""
CHRISTMAS DINNER Mil
Mi M SEW
Tho holiday spirit will prevail at th:
SeaBldu Hotel on Christmas nfghtl
when a special dinner will ko served,
to be followed by a dance. Rrnesi
Kaal's original glee club will furnish
music for both occasions. Tho decora
tions of the dining lanal will-bo In
keeping with tho holiday season, and
I, general all round good time Is as
yired those who spend Christmas
night at this popular beach hate).
Taklo reservations aro coming in rap
Idly, bo -telephone yonr order. No, S34,
early. Watch for our menu to bo pub
lished later.
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2JSJJT- BULLETIN ADS PAY -ME
OPEN EVENINGS.
A. Blom.
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
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llspose of one vexing problem. Tho
Buciotury Is entitled to a government
carriage with u half ton of silver
mounted harness tniown In. ilt
would, bo a sluuno for to much styli)
to go to wasto on a single man; u
'3D linibe power fast wagon will be
more in Keeping witn ins bachelor
I nsteo.
Tho greatest change the now Ad
mlnlstintloii will Inaugurate will
bo tho gdiBter of tho Rough Riders
and tho tennis cublnot by the Yale,
Clabs of '78 nnd tho veterans who
can led tlo constitution and the flag
in tho benevolent association In the L
Philippines. No more will the Joy
ous shout of "Jlmnile" GarfJeld and
"Archie" llutt of Clifford Plnchot,
and Ambassadur Jussoimid resound
from the famous While House ten
nis rouit while the sacrilegious rub
ber neck vvngpu orators Inform tholr
patrons that If they look quick llu-y
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BAKER LEADS IN
' ' rtECDUNT dF ALL
Supreme Court Allows
Second Count Of
All Ballots
Krom the present standing of af
fairs. It appears that Cleorge 1 II.
linker will be sustained by th" Su
preme Court ns Auditor of the Coun
ty' of Kauai. In the recount of all
the votes of all the pieclncts, which
was 'allowed b) the Supreme Court
this morning. Maker has Rained con
siderably over lllnke, who is uiuteit-
Ing, nnd If Die apparent Itregularl
tic's In voting In two precincts is dis
covered by the nttornc)S In the re
count, arc allowed by the Supremo
Court, Uaker will be declared elected.
Chief Justice Hartvvcll rendered a
decision this morning, allowing the
recount of all the votes for Auditor
In the County. He stated that he
did this in tho interests of public wcl
fare. and. as a matter of fact, ho con
sidered H only right nnd fnlr that the
total number of ballots cast for the
office should be counted, so that no
one man could say that he hud not
been given Justice. .
The recount was Immediately be
gun, and shortly before noon was
completed. According to Attorney
E. C, Peters, for Haker, the latter
will undoubtedly be sustained ns Au
ditor, as Ave bnllotsMu all, huvo been
found which are clearly Impioperl)
marked for Hlako. Tho Democratic
attorneys, Wade Warron Thayer and
E. M. Watson, have also singled out
a number of ballots which they claim
are Improperly marked for Haker.
fTho Supreme Court may arrive nt
a conclusion in tho case this after
noon. At present nil odds are In fa
vor of llujier, notwithstanding the
count )estVrday In tho Lihun pre
cinct, where Hlako gained n load of
ono vote.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION!.?)
Entered for Record Dec. 22. 1906, 3
from 10:30 a. m. to ft P. mi
Daniel Kekoownl to Chiknzo Ma-
klr.o U
Christina Kcknovval to Chlknio Ma- I
kino U,
Ynmnmuto Tanldo to Vonomoto Yo- ,
sake CMiJ
Margaret It KliM mid hsb ta U A
wadsworth
Julia K Lunhliio to-Antono H :
Clinton .1 Hulchlns Tr to
Sloan D
Ktlicl Wallacu to S Takahashl Li'
First Amer Sav & Tr Co Ltd to .y
id ta ii a y
s rcko..m:1
J Rflph J
Richard II Trent
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MYSTERY SHROUDS
(Continued from Paee 1)
menu, It he has done to.
"I agree that amending the Organ
ic Act Is a very serious matter," Bald
Mr. Cooke, "and wo should go Into
It very carefully and know nil that
Is going on. With the possible ex
ception of the railroad-bonding mat
ter, I do not boo but what tho people
hive had ample notice on these land
matters which I suppose although I
'don't absolutely know follow tho
recommendations of the Commission."
W. O. Smith stated that the Gov
ernor had not held any conference
with, hint or any organisation with
wntch no is associated. There wero
certain recommendations which the
Har Association had, endorsed about
the salaries of Judges, and possibly
the kill had to do with this. There
was also the Advisory Land Commis
sion suggestion.
that we ahould not seek exceptions
not enjoyed by other Territories. Wo
should accept, tho benefits and the re
sponsibilities of our Territorial posi
tion ana we snouia ao notning mat
will Jeopardize our status on nn equal
Hy. with the Territories of the main
land. We should vigorously oppose
any change that may possibly put tia
In the same class with the posses
sions, tho Philippines or Porto Rico."
"No, I was not, consulted by the
Governor," tnld President George W.
Smith of the Merchants' Association,
when asked If the Executive had con
suited him elthcrns head of the Mer
chants' Association or as an Individ
ual. "I think he should have got
ten In touch with the rommeielnl linil
les before ho recommended tho
amendments, or, at least. If he dlu
not wish to do that, he should have
waited until the Legislature conven
ed In order that ho might ascertain
Its attitude In regard to the ques
tion' President Jas. P. Morgan of the
Chamber of Commerce said that he
knew nothing whatever about tho
matter.
The memkers of the Legislature
who have keen seen also state that
they wore ,not , honored with .consul
tation by the Oovcrnor on the subject.
A recent dispatch from tandnn
states that th. HrltlBh bark SSInltu.
Irnm Newcastle, England, for Paget
Sound, returned to Denl with loss of
sails and decks swept.
Bulletin RnttviMi nffi m.M.. oka
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185."
THE HILONIAN Is scheduled
leayp for Bun Francisco on, December
.a m iv 9. m. hugwiii take a small
lot of refined "sugar, three or foui
thousand casos of canucd pineapples,
bananas and various other Island products.
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Building Site at
Puuiuii, near Coun
try Club. 2 Acres
for $750. Scenery
unsurpassed.
PE.1t. Stniuch
WAITYtiLDd, , .71 k Bjra gT,
William 11 Castli- Tr to llalllc Ka
manoitiii i'aritij
Kauka Kalcolkl to Mrs Mar) K Ka- $
11U1K1 ....,..,.., I...IJ
Mclo Kauka to M K Aloses D
lulin Nahalo and hsb to M K Mctcs,l
M K Moses to tlcorgo ttndlck 1)
A V Clear ct al by Cotj,r to Ju.inlta
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.Moses D
Entered for Record Dec. 23, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
George Sabiilo to , (larcln it
Mrs l.llla Keiiolkal to First Natl.
Hank of Wnlliiku CJt
It Mondun to Koiki Development Ct
Ltd CM
William O Smith lo Win II Kealakal
it al ne
win ll Kealakal and wf to Pioneer .
llldg & Loan Assn of II J.si
Antlioii) N (llltnnii nnd wf to Plo- V
nccr llldg & .nan Assn of II SI
Decorded Dec. IP 1308.
Reeky K Chang hii lisb (E lu
.Mrs H K Wight; I): Kill 10107, Leloo,
Honolulu; $700. 11 315. p 27. Dated
Dec 15, 1S0S.
Kok Ng to Sam Slug Wnl Co; IIS;
leaseholds, bldgs, IihiIs, 3 water buf
l.ilos, fowls, etc. Knlllil, Honolulu;
5G.VJ. II 321, p 13 Haled Dec 1, 1!0K.
WDllam L Castle Tr In Slub W
Swalu. D; Int In por Lot r.2iHi Pros
pect S(. Honolulu; $150. II 315, p 28.
Dated Dec 10, 1&0S.
William MedeliiM tol! S Cunha;
Sur l.j pc land, CiiiiIiu'h lane, Hono
lulu. 11 313, p 200 Hated Deo 1C,
1908.
Antonio 11 da Sllviir.i In Jawn An-
drnde; PA; special powem. R 321. n
11. Dated Nov 30. 190V
A C Palfrey In Laupahoehoo Sugar
Co; A M; mtg W II KhIIiio and wf on
Or 4500, Walpiinalel, N Hllo. Hawaii;
7..a. II 3U7, p ;59 Datoil Dec 4.
1908.
Maul Agrctl Co to Sam 11 Dowdlo;
L: 2 pc land Haiku, Pimouialel ltd,
etc., Jlalku, .Maul: 25 .vth: C )ra at $5
per a. per an, 20 rs nt 10 per n. por
nu. B S13, p 197. Datnd Oct 1, 1908.
LOSES HER CANVAS
BY AUTHORITY
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The Hoard of License Commission
ers for the County of Oahu will hold
a meeting nt the Kxocutlvo Hulld-
Ing on Wednesday, January 20, 1909,
at 4 p. m., to consider tho application
of TASAHUHO 1CIIIKI for a Whole
sale License to hell Intoxlcatlnu
liquors ut Woimalii, Kvvn, Oahu, un
der the provisions of Act 110. Ses
sion Laws of 1907
All protests or objections against
tllO Issuance Of ll lll'ins.. under onl.l
application should ln (lied ullh !
Secretary of the Hoard noi later than ,
me nine sol lor said Healing.
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Sum)., j. Hoard of License i j
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, .4190 Dqc. 23. ay.. Jan, c. as.
Christmas Fruits
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New Market
Waikiki corner BerejtauiaA Alakea
BRAUEN NAHOME
Bandarts applet, 4 lbs ,.$ .25
Mountain applet, 5 lbs .25
Hewtown. pippins, 42 lbs 25
Best California oranges, per it. .40
Second quality, per doz 35
Third quality, per doz 30
Fourth quality, per doz. , 25
Best California lemons, per doz. .20
California pearr, 3V lbs 25
Grapefruit, extra large, 5 lbs. . .25
Dry flgs, per box (50 pkgs.) . . 1.80
Dry figs, small size box . 35
Chestnuts, per pound 17
Almonds, per .pound ... , ' .18
Walnuts, per pound 18
Panoy Oregon anples 75
Bandares anples, per case 1 78
Second quality, per case 1.85
Mountain apples, per case 1.85
Bandares applet (red) 1.75
Fears, large' box 2,80
Fears, small bo 1.40
Oranges, box of 80 2.75
Oranges, box of 126 2.70
Oranges, box of 150 2.85
Oranges, box of 200 2.60
Oranges, box of 170 '8.G5
Oranges, box of 216 2.50
CALL AND TAXE YOUR CHOICE
FOR CHRISTMAS ISLAND FRUITS
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