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Can be economical enough to save all the u:
There are Suspenders, Shirts,
Hosiery, Neckwear, Hats and Shoes,
which are really "hot weather
goods," at prices that defy competition.
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the National Birthday if you make your
on display, having
are the "saving, kind," and the goods are new goods.
VALUES and QUALITY cannot he equaled in Honolulu.
C&Mdii Dry Gal C,
: Hotel Street, opposite Empire Theater.
Selected by Mrs. Milton
reached this store during the
Articles every Ionian desires and
kneeds for comfort and appearance on
the Fourth, Hosiery Corsets Under
wear, Dress Goods, Trimmings, and
the public can have. Our name
"IF IT'S FROM WICHMAN'S YOU KNOW IT'S GOOD"
WICHM AN & COMPANY
STAK lU'I.LKT IX, MONDAY,
ARBUCKLES RETJEW WAR
ON THE SUGAR TRUST
NEW YORK, June 17. )ucc agun
the .Treat houses of Arbu'klo ml
Jlavcmeyer have declared .war. The
cause is sugar, and to the victor iri-
ahly Avill go thtirofits to be hul r'roiiv
supplying to 'the country its ..annual
millions of tons of the refined prod
uct. The Arbuckles are the aggres
sors, r.-? they were in the lact passpe
at arms fifteen years ago, when they.
first started to cut into the Heve
riieyer monopoly in the refining of
sugar, and the Haven-eyci's count r
ed by roasting coffee, an industry in
which the Arbuckles up to that time
John Arbucklei the best lighter of
his line, is gone, but his succesors,
imbued -with his spirit, are taking up
the fight which, before his death re
cently, he prpbably had planned, and
with the popular slogan, '"'Cheapen tTm
cost of living," they are joining their
allies for a final onslaught on tnt
sugar trust citadel.
TO MAUI WEDNESDAY,
: That anyone may not be stopped
from going to Maui Wednesday night
on the C'audino the management of
the Inter-Island Company has set the
tiijie of the departure of the Claudlne
at-half past six o'clock. This will per
mit the business men7 who wish to
take the outing, time to go home ana
chr.nge their clothing and get a bite
to eat before leaving.
, Great promises are made by the
Maui committee relative to the pro
gram of even's and for those who do
not care for the races there is always,
a tramp up lao Valley on the card.
It .is a beautiful place and 'the oppor
tunty is given for investigation. P'iht
dollars pays for the round trip from
AVLY 1. 1012.
D. P. R. Isenberg Caught
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INVOLVES 3 RACES;
LANDS IN U. S. JAIL
A Hawaiian : boy took a Japanese
back to ride to a .Chinese wedding.
Saturday niftlit, and wad locked , up in
an American jail as. the result. The
I wedding was held at Kaneohe an 1
! Joseph David, being distantly related
to the bride, decided, to attend and lor
the purpose t ook hack No. "248 be
longing to a Japanese.
David had not driven three hundred
- ards before he was pursued by an
irate Japanese hack-owner and crowl
of Rvmpathizers who personally fopk
! David in charge and1 escorted him to
THE STAFFS VIEW
The advertisement in ;the Star-J?ul-.
Jtiii todiiy inserted by Henson. Smith
A: , I Ad, really expresses the opin-.
ions of the s.Us staff f the establish
ment. The Kciitlttnon have the best
opiVortunity to Irani why the trade of
1 1 Ve s- to r o i s c n s t a n 1 1 y k r o vv i n s . fTl-i ey
know toAvhat extent the general man-agr-ment
of th' bus-ines-s, and- their
connection as factors, has in- influenc
ins? triidc Hesides conveying informa
tion to tho public, the-mlvertlsement
ffives publicity to the custom which,
hv ions; usage, has become a rule in
the RoVrrnment. of the salesmyn. i
AMERICAN HEADS '
MANILA, June IS. Iho first p ce
dent of the first leper republic in th-
world is an America:! eiti.e'i nameJ
Michael Whalen, the only Amcricin
leper r.n the isi.Mid -f I'-il-im is M5
Philippines, who toci.y was- clef ted
chief executive of the rejU?'Hc wiiica
the Philippine government ha.-s 01 gin
i?en to manage, the affairs oTKe.,;?r.cr
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. ARMY FIELD BRIIAD.
i The new field bread of the United
d-tfites-Army is to have its first field
trial in the Philippines.- It is much
like' odinary"home-mathi" bread, ex?
cept that each loaf is baked separate
Iy with a thick Inrd crust, which wjl!
keep it in god condition, for a fort-
n:ght. After that, it can be freshened j
li n t . i . iiv r)
CORRECT Vim e.
A mechanism has been attached to
the timec lock at the Hamburg obser
vatory by. which the exac ollicial
time is transmittetd to the telephone
svstcm of the city. Frcm , the -fifty-
iMimi in mff-'-i
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the jewelry box stands for quality
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Photos of the Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg up in Placer County, CaU viewing
the California-Hawaiian Development Company's work in hydraulic min-
fng. This property is handled by Hawaiian capital, among the controlling
'owners being James S. and John McCandless and C. G. Bock us. Mr. Isen-
cerg is snown in various pnov.ua near
fifth to the sixtieth second of each
minute the apiaratus transmits a
musical signal.Avhich j followed by a
phonographic announcement of the
A bcdl and . nfountinfs weighing
more than J 2,001 pounds has just
been : shipped " from Tl -y. 'this h't".te,
to the First Church of Christ, Scient
ist, San Diego, :Cal. This is sai l to
be th largest hell in America .west
of Chicago. The doors of the ordin
ary box car being too small to admit
the bell, recourse was had to shipping
In The Act
Vv. :.: . . K-
imc viri nw ,
ia steamer to Galveston, where a
special car wilt be in readiness to con
vey the bell to its destination.
FOR A, BABY. f
The proprietor oT a Greek can iv
kitchen in Klkhart,. Ind. is rrcdi'ed
with the longest name in the State.
Ale signs himself "Pappatheodoroko
'komur)6untaourgeotofou!os.', For tho
eonv'e'r.ience-' of-, othefs who may h ve
(Kcasion to addresis him he i JJpcroa
Wanted Two more- passengers for
around-t he-island at 5G. Lewis
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.--