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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUG. 1012.
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i drawn annual!' Jwfnty times
What hr- could torn in any Ksf-
' tlon. vlli his fbmmtTcl.il
Start saving money today for
the Loy with one of pur Home
JiariV-. At the interest we pay
jt will pile up to llg figures-'be-.
fore he Ik 21.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Most; Complete Policy
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. If Honolulu wore ngraln swept
u bjr:,n conflagration, ronld ' jou
- f ollcct your JoKurnneel
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
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strongest fire I nsn ra ne e, to mpa -nles
In the ircrliLivi f ' '. -
Lowest Rates :
' ' ' v General Agrnt for Hawaii i
Atlas "Assurance Company f London.
X'vyr York" Underwriters' Agency. ;
I'roWdrnce "VVashlnslon Insurance Co;
ith 11,0011, STAXGEWALI) KLDCU
More Than a.Million
. ' Dollars
' Report - of ' the; Insurance Commit
sloner, shows . that more than a million
idollaraneV Is sent out1 annually from
j this tentory. ' -- ; "
, Wliy not patronize ' V
3 and keep Vome of this money hereT
- O'Neill Pulling .Cor. Fort and Kin?
: Telephone 3329.
f f8 I-ot 55x52.5 off Beretania St.; hr?
""Punchbowl. ' .- -:
; ., j. 275&i. 69 acres n old Palolo Rd. with
,s '- - S-bedroom house. Many fruit
..- trees. .
' ; $1500 itf-acre farm, Knlihi, 1 miles
1 ' V SOO--Bodroom house, lot 10ftxl0,
. nr. tCing SL', Kalihi.
- ,f f 42250 Lot 177x67, with house, dn LI-
y-.y holiho 55L, ' near Mabiki i-'ire
J ,. : , ; Station.
i- Xot? n Fort St. above bridge at 18c
io 20c 'per sq. ft.
P. L R. STRAUCH.
Waity Building 74 8. King 8tret
EAL ESTATS. INSURANCE.
LO AN 8 EGOT1 ATED
MI.AT MARKET AND IMPORTER' i
v.; N ,4S1
Telephone No. i4D I ,
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Street.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS FROM
Kwong Sing lay & Co.
King Street, Thrte Doors from Bethel j
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
Wah Yirig Chong
KING STREET ' EWA FISHMARKET
ijHrOKTKltS OF 0K1EMAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Go.
Ill Ka nana, near King Street
:.' ; I Phone 1028. .
&cfasii;e fdif eras In
v 62 MOUTH KING STREET ;
d V LAleCANDLESS BLDG.X
P, O. BoxA)Gl. ; vt Telephone 3129.
: I vFlNEST; FIT r ;
And Cloth of Al QnaUty Cai Be
. ? PnrehaRed from A
WONG WON G CO
V ; Otfleei. Maanakea 8t3 .1 ;' ;
Mattress Upholstering ajid Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
YOU'LL FIND': WHAT YOU WA
AT THE '
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NUUANU AND KING 3TRECTS
KIKG ST, NEAR BETHEL
Dealers In - Fnmltare, -Waitresses,
et elc' All kinds of K0A and MIS
SION FURNITURE made io orders
Men of the 'Fleet and Tonrists
The best place In Honolulu to buy
Jade and Chinese Jewelry of all kinds.
HOTEL AND SMITH STREET
Tbe BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has noTfdto
ISO KlJfO 'STREET
Sexr ' location Red front near
Tonng Bolldlng. Telephone 218.
P. O. Box 70
182 Merchant Street Near Alakea
HONOLULU. T. IL
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAR KING STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
k I I . DC A II V flD
, tun .uiv, ill., nuj. i. iiu w
! readiness for the second presidential !
! convention of tue year in .this city.
i The delegates from all over the coun
j try to the Bull Moose party conven-
tion. which will open here tomorrow, ! ust s. I'ou nu for the famous Tibur
have been crowding into the city for i on Island in the Gulf of California,
several days, and most of them had j which is said to be rich in gold and
arrived when the late trains reached I other minerals, two schooners, the
the city tonight. The few tardy ones .
I will undoubtedly be on hand when
.. . i ; 1 . u w :
j ine temporary cuairmaa raps wimuw
i gavel about 10 o'clock.
! It is probable that John M. Parker,
1 o I kjiiu-ipro r rt Vdu' Mrloanc Ai ill hp
elected as tne permanent chairman;
j of the convention, but there has been j
nothing definite settled regarding that i
or any of the other offices of the con-
venuon to uaie. oenawr uuou isuurore which Hern an Hosenthal was
it. . . . .i nn..nu . w. . n vn l.
Lite ruuuu, nn-iiuuii lucic uaa uccu
little tor him to do, save attend to the
Hiram Johnson Is practically assur-
cd of the nomination on the Moose
ticket for the second place. He is re
ported as being confident that he will
win. the nomination, and hfe Califor
nia contingent is enthusiastic over
Colonel Roosevelt has left Oyster!
Bay for Chicago, according to dis
patches received here tonighL He
will be here in ' time to attend the
Roosevelt En Route.
NEW YORK, N. Y., Aug. 4. Col
onel Roosevelt started for the Pro
gressive convention to wpen.in Chi
cago tomorrow morning, this after
noon. V Before leaving he gave out a
statement in .which he declared that
"the 'party must accept the doctrines
for which I stand If 'I am to be a can
didate. I shall want a word, the final
word, regarding the platform."
CRANE MAV BE THE
. CHICAGO, IiU Aug. 4.-It was re
ported here tonight that Charles
Crane, ; who supported La Follette's
campaign,, for the presidential ; nomi
nation, but who 'subsequently left the
Republican party . and aligned himself
with the Woodrow .Wilson boomers in
Baltimore, .may ' be, selected by the
Wilson managers 'as treasurer of the.
Democratic campaign fund. Mr; Crane
has refused . to comment upon .the re
ported appointment. ;
FAMOUS CASCO NOW
; V" FISHING SCHOONER
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Aug. 4.
The Cisco, once ised by Robert Louis
Stevenson during his -voyage through
the South Seas, has been purchased
for use as a fishing schooner. Ste-
venson wrote ome of his best tales
on board this ship.
The .Casco was originally built for
Dr. Merritt of Oakland, CaL, and was
to be used as a cruising yachL She
cost many thousands of . dollars and
the Interior work was probably the
finest ever put into any vesseL
FAIRBANKS, v Alaska, Aug. 4.
Democratic National Committeeman
Baltimore, killed himself on board the
steamer today. , He ,is believed to
have been Insane. ; .'
s nrnroArr oat-tic
LA JUNTA, Colo., Aug. A. George ha! e Joim. limbs were normal.
Ballew, escaped convict and all-round nd other than the sores left by the
bad man, 'killed himself this after-' bursting dropsy the patient was feel
uoon, after a desperate .fight wfth j leg well and happy,
the pursuing sheriff and his posse. Nt all these last-minute cses re
Ballew laughed as he died, and defied cover, but. that some do should give
the remaining members of the posse . patients hope.
to come and tatye him. Honolulu, Dnig Co, is local agent
Bauew'8 pursuit nad lastea ior
days before the posse finally came
across his trail near the town of
South Platte. He was chased there,
and in a fight against his hunters set
fire to the hotel and burned it to the
ground." He managed to wound ftmr
of the posse before, driven to a cor
ner, he turned his last shot upon him
self. SUGAR TRUST PROBE
MOVES TO UTAH
SALT LAKE, Utah, Aug. 4 The
government's probe of the Sugar
Trust will be resumed here tomor
row. William Bryce of New York ar
rived here tonight to conduct the
sugar hearing, which has been trans
ferred from San Francisco in order
that certain phases of the investiga
tion concerned with the relations be
tween tbe Mormon church and the
corporation may be obtained on the
SENATE COMMITTEE PUTS
BAN ON "TAINTED MONEY"
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 4. The
Senate committee on elections yes-
terday agreed to a bill Incorporating
a clause which J0,,
from contributing anything of value
to the campaign for the nomination
or election of any presidential elec
tors, Congressmen and State Legisla
tures who shall have the right to
elect United States Senators. The
measure would limit the contribution
of individuals to $5000.
TO LEGALIZE RACING
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Aug. 4 At
the office of the secretary of state
yesterday afternoon, it was announc
ed that there are more than sixty
thousand signatures to the petition
which has been circulated throughout
California, asking for an initiative
election on the question of legalized
CHICAGO FACING NEW
STREET RAILWAY STRIKE
''HICAGO. August 3. The em
llcves of Chicago's elevated ami
, street railways, to the number of 10.-
I f."J. today have voted that a strike i
i be declared.
LEWIS C. LAYLIN NAMED
I WASHINGTON, I). C. August 3.
The Senate confirmed the appoint
ment ( f Lewis C. Laylin- of Ohio as
assistarr secretary of the Interior to
' succeed C Thnmnsnn.
ON HUNT FOR GOLD
VICTOR I A. British Columbia. Aug-
Tenderfoot and Drifter, of the vic-
toria Yacht Ciub, left port last night,
carrying an adventurous party of
upauv nAMir.cc chit
August 3. George
Considine, owner of the Metrouole
Hotel, in West Forty-third street, be-
, shot and killed July 16, announced to-
daythat he intended to sue "Brid?ey"
Webber for one hundred thousand
collars, alleging that his hotel had
been damaged to thai; extent by the
statement . Webber has made to the
police respecting the murder.
Webber, who has been held by the
police since the evening of the shoot
ing as a "material witness," has also
been used by the authorities to lo
cate' for them the various, other sus
pects irk the case. It was Webber
who located Jack Rose, professional
gam.bler and close friend of Police
Lieutenant Charles' Becker, who -; has
beent indicted for first degree murder,
Rosoiis the man who hired the auto
mobile In which the five thugs es
caped after, shooting . Rosenthal to
deth;Vs . ' ' ' , V v
.v- Enforce the Law. i
NEW YORK, -August .4. At a mass!
meeting -held here last night, as a re
sult of the murder of Herman Rosen
thal.Uhe gambler, it was decided that
the great need of the present day is
to make te law effective. There
are. Bald several of the speakers,'
plenty of la'ws upon the statute' books.
PRIEST SAID 5 2:
" THE LAST. RITES
Mr. N. O.-iFord, who owns and "con
ducts a printing hotise at 1716 Everett
St Alameda; called Sept. 15th to give,
us the 'following: Two months before
he wasasked; to' witness the signing
of ".a" willb7va- dying person; A; San
Francisco attorney was reading the
will as he ettered. Ford learned that
the patient had . Bright's 'Disease and
expected ttf live Tut a few d?ys. He
saw the' feet and ankles. - They were
lMVVut5 . "r:..
swo ienK w il K Va
fx inches hrmigh at the ankles, and
liie ltJftS uau iuiucu uiai rv. uum nit-
She had . been sleeping
bitting up; 'could not lie down due; to
the dropsy. Tho priest Jiad bfen call
ed and it was believed she would , not
i survive til Sunday. Ford told about
JAilton's Renal -Compound and urged
the patient's sister to get it
Three days later Ford, 'phoned to
ask how the patient was. The s'ster
replied she was growing worse. Ford
! Tr to continue the treatment.
said that sometimes it was slow
The day Ford' called. Sept 15th. he
stated .'that the patient was in the
'ber country home, that the swelling
aent ror ruiton s Renal Compound
ask for pnamplet
AP0STLESWP OF PRAYER
: ELECTS OFFICERS
At an enthusiastic meeting of the
Apostieship of Prayer held at the
Catholic Mission yesterday afternoon
the following officers were nominated
and elected to serve for the year be
ginning August 1st. 1912: President,
Rov. Father Reginald; first vice pres
ident, John P. Mole; recording secre
tary, John Camara; assistant record
ing secretary, Thomas Lincoln ; cor
responding secretary, Adrian M. Ke
oho; treasurer, Eugene-Souza; regis
trar, Adolph Rodrigues; assistant
registrar, Joseph M. Keoho; master
oT ceremonies, William Perry; sacris
tan, Manuel Freitas; arch-promoter,
Adrian M.; Keoho.
At this meeting it was also an
nounced that a movement was on
foot to organize the Catholic Boys'
Scouts, similar to those now in exist-
j thp T s The memberg f
the Apostieship decided to attend the
, mnTlthlv f pfln,r,tlnn
W4.a tuijr VUlllllinilKMi JivyuiUllUli VIS
the first instead of the second Sunday
of the month, cojnmoneing with the
month pf Peptembpr. in order to per
mit the members of the Holy Name
Society, recently organized at the St.
Louis College, to attend Communion
In a body.
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Sjjf ZlSrf--J?
Signature of tuZCUcUA4
, Absolutely Pure
Tlio only hairing powder
nusdofrom Royal Crcpo"
. Orcam cf Tartar
ARE YOU THINKING OF
Let us show you how you can ,
get best result? at half the usual
expense by using
the new scientiftcally con
structed substitute for plaster
and wall paper.
It Is artistic, convenient,
stronfc, cool, sanitary. It costs ;
less, blasts longer, ges better ,
service than any other. -.:,.
Levers & Cooke,
177 South King Street
HIGH-CLASS TAILORING 7
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Hotel Street, NrVY. M. C. A.
1 140 FORT STREET
Will Do It
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of BMhel
Well Stocked with New r Drugs .and
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The Combined Stocks of L P; KERR & CO., LTD., and tHE IDEAL CLOTHING STORE
goods will be assembled at 84 Hotel Street; Pantheon Block:; Sale ,begin$ .Wednesday,
All goods will be sold
WE WILL NOT
REMARKABLE ASSORTMENT FOR EARLY FALL
EVENING GOWNS of Charmeusc, Satins, vvith
Shadow Lace and handsome' French " Trimmings,
made in the new draped effects, with Velvet Gir
dles. .. ' ' -
, CHIFFON CLOTHS in,aII.coIors,imade over Net
with fancy border forjtnmmings.
of White: and Colored Linens, Norfolk Style. Dain
ty frocksof striped Tissue Dimity with colored pip
ings and fanoy button trimmings. , " .
? See the window di splay
Ar the choice of thi exclusive man
Ul KIN G STREET N EXT TO 'A D
COMPLETE LINE B EST QUALITY P RICES . REASONABLE
' i I .rininn urv
HOTEL 8TREET, OPPOSfTE EMPIRE TH EATER
IMITATION TYPEWRITER WORK-'.
ibrts Announcements, etc." i
:-SBS WfpEO.;; S. IKEDA. ;
78 :Merchant:i S t re e t .'Telophono 2500
at prices that will move them
a 4 . ' - . - - - fit
Ilia lllvIIII IIffl II ' ll I I 4 tl l i '
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Furnishing . Goods, Hosiery
QUOTE PRICES. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
84 HOTEL STREET, PANTHEON BLOCK.
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for; summer wear. .Cia stock cf vin:3
VERTI3ZR -OF FIZZ
; Drap ary ;I7orIi
a 7 '
nn,' . ...v
quickly. This stock consists of
, af -
I Fort and Pauahi Sts. . - Pnone 2329
betting at the races.