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BVfitliNa bULLetM, H6Sidt,iJLU, t. h.. Wednesday, dec. is, 'o
ANOTHER GREAT SALE EVENT
A BANNER OFFERING
Real Hand-Made and Hand-Drawn
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Scarfs & Scares
Eujl Length Scarfs and
Values up to $2.75 for $1.25
ON SALE WEDNESDAY, Dec. 15
Goods now on display in our
Fort Street windows
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sti.
Opp. Fire Station.
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UNTO STATES MAX
WASHINGTON'', Dec. . The department' of state Is 'being strongly
urged, to, declare the establishment of nn American protectorate over the
Republic of Nicaragua, acting either, nlono or it) conjunction with the
Mexican government, , u '
Tnla la being urged as the best solution oT-the present troublo and
as a means of restoring order In Central America In the quickest pos
Mble way. . .. ' .
WOULD, MAKE, HAWAII; DRY
WASHINQTON, Dec. 14. A delegation from (ho international re
form bureau, to Uo headed by John, 0, Woolley, ,wtll njipenr before the
committee on Friday to urge the passage of Senator Johnson's
bill 18G2, prohibiting, the manufacture nuuVsale, of Intdxlcntlng
In the Territory of Hawaii. , t-t
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BOLD ROBBERY ON COAST ( '
BAN JjriANClSCO, Dec. 14. While., two, ilecUctlycs weri guarding
the drug store on Market street, twice, held up, by, tl)e muclj-wniitcd and
hold bnndlt, looking for his reappearance for a third attempt, the rob
ber entered nn adjoining candy store, twentyyfeet awn), robbed that
and made his escape. . .. u "
WANTS MORE NAVAL BOWER,
WA81J1N0T0N.. Dec. 14, Congressman Hobson today made, an ex
tended speech' warning Congress of the unpreparednesB for war that ex
ists In America. He urged a more liberal naval policy than that out
lined In the President's message and the report of the secretary of the
nnvy. . , ..
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LABOR WILL, FIGHT STEEL TRUST . '
riTTSIJUUO, Dec. 14. After a. two das" conferencc-of the dele
gates of the American Federation of Labor, presided over b President
tJompers, the. leaders of the, federation have decided to declare war upon
the United States Steel Corporation 'over the lattcr'a policy of the open
TO SHIP SUBSIDY
NOT. TO RESIGN, '' ( iti
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. Gov. Krcar of Hawaii tlcnles that ho has
any Intention of resigning, Issuing the denial tonight In answer to a
Honolulu report that his mission lot Washington Was to place bis rcslg
iintlqn In, the hands of the President.
WILL VlSIt SICK KING,
VIUNNA, Dec. 14. Ex-Crown. Princess Stophanie, the ilaughtor of
thq King of llelglum, has started foi tlrussols.
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aUTHRIE, Okla., Dec. 14
Governor Haskell Is again seriously
An Appreciated (lift
Hat value in the eyes' of the receiver foe iti beauty and,
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods hare both these quali
ties, t; i.i, . . - .v .'
Among the articles that we are showing are. dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is, adg e&y when you st this display. We
invite you to call. ,
if& rVO JA1 & CO.,
041 Huuanu St, . .. , Phone- 868.
One Trial Will Convince Yoh
That our all-hand work system gives the best finish and the least possi.
sible wean on, the garment,
FRENCH LAUNDRY. 3. Abadie? Prop, .258 Beretania St.
JAPAN MIXED UPi
, IN CRANE'S RECALL
Passenger From Orient Says Japanese
Papers Contained Objections to
Crane Before Generally Known
"I am surprised, to learn thai Ame
ricans are not aware of the fact that
the interview published In the "Rec
ord-Herald" of Chicago, In which
Charles R, Crane discussed the Ant-
ung-Mu)iden dlfllcqlty, was taken, up
In Japan before Its Import was' dis
cussed In the United States. The.
article was published In Chicago on
September 28. For days and (la.ys
afterward the Japanese papers dis
cussed It, It was not for four or
perhaps five dayB after that we ro-
celved vforA over In Japan that Sec
retary oi aiaio Knox nau cauea
Crane back to Washington. When
Crane's resignation was asked it had
been practically prophesied nianV
dajs beore in. the Japanese papersV'
This, was, t ho first emphatic state
ment made recently by James
Keeloy, managing editor of the Chi
cago "Tribune," on, his arrival from
the Orient on the Steamship Manchu
ria. He had been to Japan on a va
cation and Is now registered at the
St. Francis. He did, not positively
say that' Crane's resignation as Unit
ed, StatAB .''Minister to China was ac
complished, by Japanese influence,
but he pointedly explained that the
famous interview In Chicago was.'
taken up at once by the press of
brightest editors In this country and
vfhllc In Japan her took a lively In
terest In what the1 papers had to iuy
about AmerliM and their attitude to
"The bent .ny to express the In
cident Is to explain," said Keeley
last night, "that the Japanese made
such a fuss over the Crane Inter
view that the wires w,ere ke.pt hot
and as a result the matter wag giv
en official notice) Id Washington. The
Japanese papers were. das ahead of
the papers of the -Unltcd'States. In
fact the Japanese seemed to, know
what was going on and what wit
coming off before people did In this
Mr. Keeley and hls'wlte will leavo
this morning for Chicago. He unlet
that ho Is greatly improved in health
by hla trip, and the V-eronlca he pur
chased. In Japan Is the choice mem
ento" of hls'trlp. -
VIEWS OF MERCHANT MARINE
LEAGUES PLACED BEFORE
THE .PUBLIC BIG FIGHT
EXPECTED IN CONGRESS.
Washington, Nov. 24 Ship subslil)
setjins, destined, to nln nt the next
session qf Congress, President Tart'B
open support of a inu.innre, which Its
advocates net''" to thnk will build tip
om merchant marine, scemlpgly hiif
given the rtihslily cause headway
enough to carry It Into the harbor of
There will be militant opposition
ffom the Mlddlp West and from the
South to subsidy In whatever form
the legislation lakes, but, nevertheless,
thq feeling In the capftnl siqms to be
that after several defeats thq bill Is
to, go through. It Is likely some mem-
( hers of the House who In the past
tiave been opposed to the measure arc
to change opjiosltion to support, be
causo of the belief It will afford the
least objectionable opportunity to go
on record ns being in favor of otic of
Taft's policies and to get credit there
or. The ship subsidy bill lh the past did
not divide the Ilqpiiblcans of the
Housq of Representatives Into Insur
gent, or reactionary, camps. Some of
tho most determined conservatives
were against subsidy, wbllo several of
the most active Insurgents were for
It, For n long time Hpcaker Cannon's
iictual attitude was not known, hut ll)e
understanding Is now that he Is to
smile approvingly on the uttempt to
mako the hill a law.
Campaign of Education.
Advocates of thq siibsldv have been
carrjlpg.on what they call a campaign
of education. The printing press and
the platform have been used to g?t
the views of tho Merchant Marine
League before tho country. It Is not
nt all likely that,thla campaign would
have been of any particular service
had not the President In his Seattje
spceqh come to thq defence of tho
friends of subsidy and uigtd tjnso In
I Congress listen to thejr pleu
South Joins 8ubldy Movement.
10 is tho hope of the friends of sub
sidy .'-hot Southern support will be glv
en tbeni In Congress at tho next ses
sion because of the advantages which
It Is iiro.mlsed 'will accrue from the
establishment of direct and regular
steamship communication between
South Atlantic and guf ixjrts and the
Lalln-Amprican countries. t
The prosident of a great railroad, ;a
Southern corponUon. hap "sen preach
ing Indirectly the. doctrine of subsidy.
Under tho leadership of Champ Clark
many of the Democrats havo been op
posed unalterably to the whole subsidy
proposition, lt remains to bq seen
whether tho statement of Southern
business men that subsidy will In
crease tho prosperity, of Dhlo ll re
For Sale Everywhere
of an) of tho Southern legislators. ibis tirnnd well as far ns the sincerity
Some few of the Southerners have of bis spucli mid the use of his powers
been frlendl) tosiibsldj. In the uialn.jof ptrsiianlon wire roiuoruoil, but ho
the friendly ones represent districts did not win support uioimh to mako
containing e(.aoitn which also are Hilmldj a legislative fntt
railroad terminals. Ihe subslil) cun-j Favorabls Report It Astuied.
test In Congress at the niott session! It was said nt the time of the Svc-
will be mil) In part u sectional hiattcr. rolar)'s idradlug efort lh.it II wus uvl-
for It is known Hint some of the Mid- dint that the battle for mi. sld) waa to
illo Wisti'Oi coiiKicsHiiicn have bten be fought tip the limit nt the next es-
won over to the plan, and with thu t klou of Congress It wbb fought to tho
Middle West represented on the side limit of de'oat fm llr ndvornlos It Is
favorable to the legislation the shirpj the Plan nt the coming lesslon to liavo
tectlonal lines no longer can be drawn, the hill leported fnvorabl) to tho
Fight Is Worth While. j " at mi o irl) date, for a favorable
r.ven with Taft In the van, the tight iimmlttio rert practleall) Is ussur
Is going to bo worth while. Tor while K'1'. Thin the bill will be fought to ono
It looks as If tb(! Merchant Mnrlno J -' "f nnotlur on the floor or tho
League flnall) Is to carrj Its polni, t"i"e, nn.l If tho i ml Is passage, the
will know that It has been In a battle n ''" ' " '" '- nMo so early
before It can claim victor). It vvna ''ul ""i wl h '" 'M'P'utuiilty for
thought thne )oar ago this moiitli I "-"'? 'H'l'oslng fuialor to talk It In.
that nn Inroad had been made Into tlw ',l,'lll ,lllrl" "10 clusliiK hours of I lie
Middle Western forces of opposition "sslon
but time showed that the Mississippi Tllu '"'I'W "' l"i- opi)iientH of sub
Valley was too strongly entrenched In ,u ar-' l'lniil lo tho Middle West
Its antagonism to subsidy at that time amUo a majority of the l.-iiiiHral8 of
either to bq driven or coaxed out. ' H,1"tl1 T'',",, l'robiibl) will be no
In November, 130.1, nilhu Hoot was R"-n uiuijlfpstntlon of soriow In ibo
Secretary of State. Ho went west and SIIm'mIupI Volley If. contiar) to pres
there made n p'ea long ami strong for ,,m "ipi'datlotis, the ship Mibsl.l) bill
support for subsidy legislation. Itoose- f "" on n rorjt andshi'ts.
i.U wn tn fnvorof sllbslilv. thotmh It' J
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,..nr l !,,, Iw.llni..,! Hull hU In nrt ' J." s I ienm.1 Mill,
wns vep warmly engaged In tho cause. '. !'
i no secretary oi mine iiiiqiiesuoniiuiy
or dangerous in the remarks.
Keeley Is considered one ot
One-rThifd Discount On
All Japrie&e 66tto fiugs
Here's, a chanoe-to'buy a useful and valuable Ohristmu gift. Our beautiful blue and
white Japanese Cotton Rugs one-third off until Christmas. The pattern are very-attractive
and we have a good assortment, Here, an some of the prices:
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. BLUE AND WHITE COTTON RUGS
' 8x10 Regular $90.00; Reduced to ; ?13.35
8x12 Regular $24.00; Reduced to 16.00
0x12 Regular $27.00; Reduced to ,. -. . . , 18.00
10x10 Regular $25.00; Reduced to ? '.....' 16.65
10x12 Regular $30.00; Reduced to , ,7..f. 20.00
10x14 Regular $35.00; Reduced to '.'...; .iT.'. .... 23.35
12x12 Regular $36.00; Reduced to 2400
LEWERS & COQKE, Ltd.
' " ! ",w 177 SOUTH KINO STREET, NEAR titfaSiL.
tfi..iA'n ti 9 n?h 'j?. '"trir? ''
HAYES FOR JAPANI3E
(WWorniv,E)iresentflve . to. Frame
v,fui..Dn iiorapreneniiTe im
aiation to kee Japs Ont of
CWden( State., ' -
'WASHINOTON. Deic- fi. Renro-
sentatlve MUyea' of Cailfornla will
, V '. . ' V'i, I '
njirpuucq wmorrow a' coaiprenensive
fmmlgratjhn bfy, of which the ex
clusion of Asiatic laborers Is, a fea
ture'. Tjils latter purpotfe Is achiev
ed by forbidding the enCrv of labor-
t OTA WhA rnfinnt rAlliWinM. .Vitpnnuiin
Japan days before the American peo-, lanage. Hebrew and Yiddish, it
pie saw anything either Indiscreet. u ?tnted. nlfi ; , , M,L nB
.K'uropcnn language's, r v
The bill provides that all unnnt-
urallicd aliens shall undergq reglsr
tratlon, as Is done with the Chinese
nt present, proposes to stop the lm,
mlgratlon of girls under 20 years
who are not accompanied by at least
one parent, raises the head tax from
i io iu, nnu requires, everjf adult
Immigrant to have 125 on landing.
Any nllon convlted of a crime In
volvlng. moral turpitude, or for
which the penitentiary term is one
)ear or more, shall be deported to
the. country whence, he. came.
Arthur McDuffle will not conuieto In
tno walking race next Sunday as he
reels that ho will be doing belter wotk
looKing alter tho coursu and seelus
that no Interference is made wljli the
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A Rare Opportunity
Is offered to huw a few lots on KA-
44aua, AVi., , opnostu, MS.
publisher of Ibo
which covirs Ibu territory
Aniericaii bound try on tlu
north, to till. North I'ul... rrrim U'liml
utiu tiolml hv nn,ir.ni..1l t,i unv n wird .. . . .. ...
.... ...... .., . -..,, llt.K ,,, ,,, .,,i ,C uo.ihi, is liero ioi u
for subsld) on beliall ot tno ailminjit-, acat(Mi. He Is a guest nt the lla-
.suit In a change of-heart on tho pari tration In the Middle West. Root did walliiu hotel
A Permanent Xmas Gift
WBSV aTO'a kj " - . -' '
jvnwvu AUiVAJLAftl a rcsldencer on
easy terms. ' $50 cash and 110 mc
ununui. - ivq interest, , rncas are
l$200. S250 and S350. HiU Vrml.
I COME RIGHT NOW and select
your tot, as tne tots are going fast.
Waity B;dg. 74 S. K(ng St.
ifr.fi.. u j m'm , (m.
Pgr n Xmas gift llia joji ninnot cut up or woiir out ami
ono tlmt wiJl lust uiul increase in mine, we reeomiiienil n lot in
tho Nvw Oceun View District. Such n gift, will serve u ilmillo
iniriwso mul efuililo thu futhvr to tjiu'ourngo his win to Ixroimi
n proiwrty ownoc ami tuke moio pride in the growth nml ill-
elopinent'of the eity in which lie live uinkjng him u lieltoi'
and nioro naefnl vii'uun. It will eimlilo tlie wife to lit lp her
huslaml to muko a gxxl investment nml pioviilo a k-antifnl
liomesite that will increase in value. It will enable the oimg
nian to provo to lii sweetheart bin good inlentiynj to ntve and
ncemmilato BOtuetbi.'Jg in life. It will enable the parenU to
suvo and aeipiitQ for Jhcir child the title to desirablu property
that will increase in value an the child grows older. A moio
valimblo Xmas Gift cannot bo suggested. For thoao who e.m
not afford to gtvo'ltiPOO, they may give only the amount of tho
miuimum ciuh pn'j'ineiit, which in $.10,00, and then permit the
sou or person to bcii given and who should be encouragul to
save anil make a goo investment to pay; the balance
fn monthly instaUmeats. Wc have printed bale agreements
ior this purpose so that )oi can deliver the property
immediately, together vvrlft your receipt for the first caih pa incut.
Call ami see us about the mailer.
$500 ior corner
lots and $400 ior
inside lots. Size,
j$ feet by 150 feet,
with liberal install
ment terms, or 5 per
cent, discount for all
cash, makes it possible
for you to buy for
yourself or give to
your relative a beauti
ful ocean view home-
KAimUKl LAND CO., LTD.,
Room's 36 ajnei 38 Young Bid.', Honolulu, 'I Al.
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