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HONOLULU ' STAR-BUI-LK1 INY FUIIAY,Jt?LY 1012.
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You tun walk Into this torc and
walk out with a pair of
that will perfectly comfortable, rlsht
up to the minute In style, and which
will -wear to your satisfaction.
Hotel, nr. Fort SL
If there's one thing that does
not admit of any guessing it's
fitting- ' ' -
Our Spectacle Fitting is done
.en the basis of knowing , how
from start to finish.
It's a success!
A.' II Sanfdrd;
Coston Building - Fort Street
Over May . Co. "
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To help the "Duke" Fund, we
are selling hand-painted Postals
of Duk" in some of his swinv
ming and surf-riding stunts.
Entire proceeds to be turned
ver to the fund.-
P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds tor Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortstges, Deeds, Dills of Sals
"Leases, Wills, 'etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU, Phone 1S4S."
I THE WONDERFUL SHOE
Makes old shoes look new;
keeps the leather soft and pli
able. 10 Cents for Shinola
25 Cents for Brush and Dauber
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.')
ALL PERSONS holding
receipts for money paid to
ALBERT HALFF on ac
count of CLOTHING OR
DERED, should present
them at once for correc
tion. Albert Halff is no
longer in our employ.
HIE MODEL, 1133 sl
-rat I:? cf highest grade
I fro a the Star-Bulletin
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by tasting it, whether the
milk they are giving the
baby is pure or not.
The only milk you can be
absolutely sure of is milk
purified by electricity, the
one perfect method.
AH our milk is thus puri
fied. As to its richness,
and flavor, we shall be
clad to have you judge of
that for yourself.
Let us serve you.
Best of Car Given
5i8 s. am it.
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OAHU FURNITURK CO. 4 ' j
King Strut, opposrt Young Hott
P. O. Box 84(V - ' ' Phone 3092
Everyihin in Furniture
Honolulu Virc Ced Col,
CORNER ALAKEA AND KING 6TS.
Anything in basket and .bouquet
work with class ribbons at reasonable
prices. ' '. - v;!...-
Firs- E. n. Tpr, Fi:rlst
Hotel SL orposii.e' Alex. Young Cafe.
J m C OO SON OR 08.
Pantheon Clock Hotoi Street
BBGAL : SHOES
are made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
QUARTER SIZES V
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Strata
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
HEN R Y M A Y & C O.
G. II. DUX CAS
28 Beretanla SL, opp. Roajl Hawaiian
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
Night and Day Phone, 1325
NEW - TO-DAY
HIGH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE,
Under and by virtue of a certain
Writ of Execution Issued by "the Hon
orable Henry E. Cooper, First Judge
I of the Circuit Vourt of the First Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the 22nd
day of July, 1912, In the matter of S.
M. Damon and A. W. T. Bottomley.
nT banker nr th tw . J
style of Bishop & Company. Plaintiffs.
L Yamamoto and H. Abe. Individ-
ually and as copartners doing business
in Honolulu under the firm name and
style of Toyo Macaroni Manufacturing
Company, and Y. Goto. K. Shojl and
C. Hasegawa, Defendants, for the sum
of One Thousand and Ninety-Seven
and 25-100 (11037.25) Dollars, I did on
the 24th day of July, A. D. 1912, levy
. upon and shall offer and expose for sale
and sell at public auction to the high
est bidder the property hereinafter re
ferred to. to satisfy the said Wt it of
Execution, at the City Auction Rooms,
Fort street, Honolulu, City and County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, at
12 o'clock noon of Monday, the 2.6th
day of August. A. D. 1912. all of the
right, title and Interest . of the ; said
Y. Goto, therein named as defendant.
In and to the following personal prop
erty of the defendant Unless the sum
due under taid Writ of Execution, to
gether with Interest, costs and. my fee
and expenses, are previously paid. ,
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
1 Ice chest;' 2 show cases and con
tents; 1 lot crockery; 9 jars of sweets;
1 lot ginger snaps, biscuits and candy;
1 lot cooking utensils; 2 table scales;
1 lot toys; 5 tins partly filled with
.J cakes; 2 ;bxs. tooth powder; 16 tins
j fruit 1pr. -scissors; I counter 477
tins Jap. canned stuff; 14 tins salmon;
23 bots. orange syrup; 0 tins canned
fish; 2 pkgs. Jap. fruits; 5 Jap. bas-
kcts; 109 tins sardines: 22 tins toma
toes; ! Ixt. sperm 611; 14 small bxs.
tooth powder; 5 bots: Jelly; 10 tins
jam; 7 tins mustard; 38 tins deviled
meat; 9 pkgs. tea; 7 cans tea; 91 tins
condensed milk; bots. pickles; 3 tins
lard; 4 pkgs. coffee; 10 tins baking
powder; 35 tins pearllne; 4 pkgs. corn
starch; 49 tins gold dust; 1 lot matches;
.8 grass knives; 1 lot lanterns and
lamps; 12 dust pans; 1 feather duster;
1 clock; 4 whisk brooms; 3-4 bx. tacks;
2 bxs. clothes pins; 12 bots. blue; 37
pkgs. Lily starch; 4 cakes Ivory soap;
1 bx. partly filled bluing; 47 cakes
laundry soap; 1 bx. sperm oil; 1 lot
lamp wicks ; 8 pkgs, soap;. 1 lot chop
feticki!';' 1 lot Colgate powder; 11 small
bxs. bltic; 9 pkgs. Jap. seeds; 5 cakes
sapollor 2 cakes soap; 11 pkgs. elas
tic starch; 1 lot stationery; 1 lot can
dles; 1 lot Jap. punks; 1 - lot insect
powder;, 1 bag rice; 1 lot miniature
lamps; 1 lot artificial hair; 1 bx. tea;
1 lot small mirrors; 8 oil stoves; 1 lot
lamp ; chimneys; 1. lot knife stones; 1
lot paper packages; 1 lot Jap. trays;
53 pes., cloth and remnants; 3 show-
ata, .tJUUjiluvcHmi. ji .JJM. v 41 tela, j 4
Jap. umbrellas; .1 lot postal cards and
2 stands; 2 bxs. soap; 8 , locks;: I lot
collars; . i t lot mouthpieces for- Dur
ham bags; 1 lot socks; 1 lot neckties;
19 pes. cloth; 1 lot nursing bottles; 1
lot Jap. curios; 1 lot wooden 'shoes; 1
lot jap. slippers; 2 prs. underdrawers;
3 bxs. suspenders; 1.-2 tin sugar; J bx.
buttons; 9 undershirts; 3 bxs. women's
undershirts; 1 lot telescope baskets; 1
lot waste , baskets; 2, bxs. ribbons; 1
bx. coht. 'cloth remnants;-1 pkg. moth
balls; 3 1-4 bxs. macaroni; 1-2 bx.
flour;. 1-2 tin dried fish; 1 lot baskets
and hand bags; 1 telescope basket and
contents; 1 lot Jap. socks; 28 carpen
ter's aprons; 6 pes. Jap. sashes; 8 bolts
Jap.' cloth; 103 pes. cloth; 1 lot tow
els; 3 shirts; 2 Jap. ladles', coats; 1
blanket; 2 Jap. quilts; 1-2 :bg. Jap.
seeds; 1 lot drinking glasses; 2 bags
beans; 1-2 bx. sea moss; 1-2 can
shrimps; 1 lotjfans;, 1 pr, roller skates;
I lot Jap. rules'; 1, folding chair; 1 fruit
stand; 3 stools; 1 lot flowery pots; 2
pes. oil cloth; 4 , umbrellas; 1 lot
brooms and stand; 1 lot standing lamps
and. glass water outfits; 3. kimonos; 1
lot belts; 2 31 watches; 8 wash boarda;
10 small bags?alt; J pkg. cotton; 1 Jot
medicines; 1 lot bots. tooth wash; . 2
stands; 1 lot flower wire hangers; J
lot : matting remnants; 4 bamboo
brooms; 1-2 Jap. brooms; 5 Jap.
screens; 1 lot : hand baskets; 2 boy s
express wagon; 2 bundles fireworks; 3
bamboo poles;' 5 Jap. lanterns. ;
Terms: Cash In United States gold
coin. . .; '. V
Iated, Honolulu. City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, this
25th day of July, A. D. 1912.
." WM. HENRY.
High Sheriff, Territory of HawaiL
5298JuIy 26; Aug 12, 24
Oahu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.. will
1 "Id a meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock
for the purpose of conferring the Page
and Esquire Ranks on candidates. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited. --
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BUCKEYE CLUB TO
The Buckeye Club has sent out the
"The Buckeye Club will meet, this
evening, July 26r 1912, at 7:45 o'clock
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Bowen, 1701 Kewalo street, corner of
Heulu street, in the Makiki district.
Get off car (Punahou line) at Kewalo
street and go one block up towards
the mountains. f
"Prof, and Mrs. Frank T. Jewett of
Oberlin College and Miss Sloane. as
also Miss Egglestin of Cleveland, and
possibly other new-comers, will be
A sanitary map of the city f Hilo,
showing the location of every build
ing, sewer, and almost every pipe In
the town, has been completed by Sani
tary Inspector Bowman, who is sta
tioned at that ulace. and has been
Placed on file at the office of Dr. Pratt,
president of the board of health. The t The Regular and Progressive Repatli
bluenrlnts are hlgnly valuable as a can Senators voted as a unit against
source' of ready Information and refer-
world's his mora
SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE TO STAR-BULLETIN
Home, and Foreign Dispatches Giving World's News
; ri ; .2t a Glance,
LATEST BULLETIN SAT-
TKDAY, JULY 20.
Thugs were paid $2000 down for the
i , m rt . t l a t . .. .
S,ajr. 5 i i.ouuiai- iue .ew lorK
I gaming king.
Biddy"-. Click, on trial for murder
at wooster, Oslo, may meet his death
in the electric chair which he himself
made for the state while 'a prisoner
at the state penitentiary.
In an attempt to clear California's
reputation - for easy I icenses for the
practice of law, an order has been is
sued that each applicant from anoth
er state mi?st prove that he comes with
a clean record. ;
Because the delegates of Butte Un
ion No. I were charged "with being un
der the control of the mine-owners,
there was bitter strife in the annual
convention cf the Western Federation
of Miners meeting at. Victor, Colo.
The Dublin police arrested eight
English suffragettes for attempting to
burn down the Dublin theater where
Premier -Asquith was scheduled to
8 peak. ,v" ': ' -.' : :
.Ostrich plumes valued at $1200' were
stolen from the Bentley ostrich farm,
A torpedo boat was rammed by the
German battleship Hessen i oft Kiel.
Three of the crew', of the ' tof pedoer
The first game of auto polo is sched-
1 led for .Wic-'iita'.jKansas. Two teams
or toiir qien eacn ,win play, using rour
rmall runabouts -a driver and mallet-
iwinger in each
ws mm vith mm
Enlisted Men Have Not Been Paid for June and There's Not
Enough Money at Schofield to Buy Absalom a Bone.
"What is the matter with our - Captain Cooke, department paymas
r.rmy?" is. the .title of a highly - in- ter, has no funds on hand to pay the
structive pamphlet compiled by Sec- men their June stipend, and for July
retary of War Stlmson. However, jit there is vonly available a running ap
isn't necessary, to wade through pages propriatlon based on one-twelfth . the
of statistics to find an answer to the 'sum paid out in this department ,dur
questlon. Ask any enlisted man in ing the last fiscal year.; As, there is
Oahu, and he will answer it In Just another - full regiment . here . now,
two words: "It's broke." . .V : I though, ; this proportion doesn't make
A sad fact, but true, 13 that the en ends meet, and department officials do
listed men-here haven't received their j. not know just where they stand, or
pay fortune,' and that there "Isn't- what Is going to happen.' ,
enough money to square all accounts It was stated' at department head
ier July.' The, mer, Jingle Of thirteen quarters - yesterday, that before the
"iron men" no longer, emanates from first of the month Instructions would
t- pair of khaki breeches,1 and, as one be asked by cable of . the paymaster
trooper at, Schofield Barracks, terse-i general of the army. There is a bad
ly putlt: !There ain't enough money paper mix-up ovei; th'e pay rolls, In ad
in the whole regiment tolbiiya bone dition to the shortage of coin to the
for that houri" dawg Absolam that's local . paymaster's credit, due to, . the
always getting his name in the paper." failure. of the June pay to materialize.
The Three O's Go Freely at Ad--vances
Opinions .on -Tariff
In comparison, with the former days
of this week, sugar stocks today took
on the aspect of a near boom. The
chief performers were Oahu, Onome?
and Olaa, the three 0"s, all of them
showing advances. Oahu brought
27.50, or three-quarters of a point gain
for lots of 20, 25, 5 and 21 shares.
Olaa advanced a quarter point to 7.73,
vith sales of 50, 50, 20 and 25 shares.
Onomea sold up a; quarter point at
5.5.50 for lots of 50 and four 10s. Plor
eer shows no change in a sale of 10
shares at 34.50. Pineapple fell off one
and a half points in a sale of 5 shares
at 42.' . : y-i:ii'i'.
No sugars were reported from be
tween sessions. -Ten Hawaiian Electric
sold at 225, 10 and 21 O. R. : & L. M
140 and 20 Inter-Island at 201, all with
out change. -:-
The Star-Bulletin's news of the de
cision of the Democrats in the Senate
to support the Williams substitute for
the Underwood free sugar bill . was
variously regarded along the street.
Seme were glad that it was no worse
while others thought the reduction of
one-third in the present duty, if it car-
-ried, would Inflict a severe blow on
the weaker plantation Interests of the
Territory. , '..
iContinued from Fag 1)
When the Democratic Senators
were notified of the warning given by
Broussard and Ewing they became
frightened and sought to change their
programme. It was framed up at that
time to take up the .House free sugar
bill when the Lorimer case was out
of the way and make it the unfinished
business.- Because of the political
situation the wool revision bill was
substituted for sugar. The entire
question of sugar legislation for the
present was subsequently tossed Into
a pigeonhole. It Is expected to re
main there' for this session of Con
gress...,' : ,-V V' '
In seeking to take up the wool bill
it became apparent that tariff legisla
tion is also ended until next Winter
the Democrats and made the Panama
canal tolls bill tne unflnisned business
- The new battleship Wyoming, sister
fchlp to , the . new dreadnaught Arkan
sas, broke all speed records during
her recent standardizing trails, mak
ing 22.043 knots.
There are indications that the price
of wool cloUiing in 1913 will be at an
advance cf from 7 1-2 to ' 20 cents a
yard over 1912, owing to the shortage
in the wool clip and the shorter work
ing hours. ,
Eight Italian torpedoboat destroy-?
ers crept up to the Dardanelles hop
ing to surprise the Turks and were
themselves surprised by the vigorous
welcome they received. Two of the
ihips with alt on board were sunk
and the others badly damaged.
Thirteen members of the American
Olympic team have arrived in Berlin
to compete in the athletic contest to
e held in that city.
All the teams which competed In the
Olympic games at Stockholm gave un
conditional honor and credit to the
victorious. American team except the
English. The Swedish papers 'criti
cized the attitude of the British in the
tmv ler severely, considering them
poov sports. " :
- The "Kentucky courts are - to try the
suit for $10,000 damages brought by
Jockey Kufus Wolcott against the
management of the - Latonia ; race
track; and the presiding judge; who or
dered Wolcott to the ground jitst be
fore a race. . . .' . .
The,. 25-mile Metropolitan Sweep
sJakes ' race at 1 Crlghtpn Beach was
won by Johnny "Albright ot Denver.
His time .was 2 f : 03 3-5. 1 i
thus leaving wool up. In the air, and
no prospect of It coming down. The
vote was 40 lo 34. Senator Simmons
was persistent and - gave entice that
he would make every effort hereafter
to secure considration for the wool re
vision bill, but nobody seemed to take
the matter seriously.
Net Results Noticeable.
The net results of attempted tariff
legislation have ndt been noticeable.
The House, bill revising the Metal
schedule was passed because the Reg
ular Republican Senators, to the num
ber of 15, walked out. of the chamber
and permitted the Democrats to pass
r their own measure, preventing the
Progressives from forcing" the Demo
crats to accept the midway substitdte
offered by Senator 'Cummins. ; This
was . about enough for the Progres
sives and when the Chemical bill
came to a vote they acted with the
Regulars and - it. was rejected.
The sugar and wool bills now re
gain o the Senate calendar, and the
cottorr is awaiting , action by the
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AGED WOMAN IS A
PORTLAND, Ore., July 13. That
Mrs. Anna Woods, 80 years old, under
arrest . for swindling a number of
prominent Portland residents. Is none
other than Annie Peck, the bunko
woman of International fame, is the
statement of. County Detective Alaher,
who recognized the woman in the mu-j
nicipal courtroom today, where she
created a scene by denouncing Deputy
District Attorney Hennessy and sev
eral of her victims. ; ;
A partial confession was secured
irom her which may lead to a full
identification. Mrs. Woods admitted I
that she had swindled the Hotel Her j
aid - management, Seattle, out of $1S0 1
and was arrested not long ago for an
attempted swindle at San Francisco.
So shrewdly did the woman operate,
I hat she secured $150 from Father j
Black and $20 from Dr. W .M. Camp-,
bell of the Hotel Imperial. It was
through her attempt to secure $50)
from the physician that she was trap-,
ped. Mrs. Woods claims to have an I
interest in an estate in Philadelphia;
valued at $175,000 and a bank account
at Santa Rosa. To prove her conten-j
tlon she exhibited a number of deeds
and a bank book, which the police de-.
Clare to be forged. j
One idea of an optimist is a man
who saves a little sunshine for a rainy
An occasional failure encourages
the hustler tb make a more strenuous
effort. ; - '
Experience is a great teacher, but
graduates are handed their diplomas
t y the undertaker. -
Love may not make the world go
round, but ;it has that effect on the
wheels in the lovers head,
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To that week-end
vacation party. If
you want to be
well dressed at the
or country wear
Well groomed men
and young men wear
They are just the
right cut, just the
proper air.- The
style is right.
Call today and make
' Cor. Fort and
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ALL KIXDS .OF. COCK A3D
FIREWOOD A?ID COAL.
C3 QUEEN STREET.
TO THE LOO;
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The Simplex patented all-steel corner look in no eimrls an! rl.iln
In construction that Jt adds many times to the Banitary features over
tho o!d method of bed construction. Ti Clisplx Is an all-steel ch!!!-
lesa bed, very simple In design and very substantial. It 13 to to h i J
in all of the approved plain and combination color f.nishea. Th
castors are ball-bearing with, pressed ateel wheels, rit H-tti:l c:ner
; lock, however, is our strong claim for your consideration, for it rnakn
. a stronger, belter, lighter and more sanitary bed. It is such a ctrcr.
. claim to superiority that we patented this device.
SOLE AGENTS, TERRITORY OF HAVAII
Commencing Thursday, August 1st.
Watch Papers for Announcement
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