Newspaper Page Text
SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE TO STAR-BlLLETiN
Home and Foreign Dispatches Giving World's News
at a Glance, " Z. ,.
WORLD'S m S COlfflSED
Q.' What b good for my cough?
7"w4. Aycr's Cherry Pectoral.
Q. How long has it been Used?
Seventy years. ,
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
- J A. II not,ws would not make it.
. Q. Do you publish the formula?
i. ies. tin every Dotue.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
vi. flora single
f r Q. How may I learn more of this?
v : f a -t . . . j i. ii.i -
uk yuur uotiur. .nc iuiu w.
1 :- t
' ,5'.- .
i ; f
::.;..: : ..- -
Ths Logical :Way for Everything ;
. .. Oven-Cooktd r. ' ; r .
-r '-,, -' -,
; r '
; Ko fuss, no greas,-iip odor. ;
i : . " ".'vf - - v
. Bars s are strong:,; clean, water,
' and ' grease-proof.' ". 'v-'-.;-:."
For, anything i oven-cooked. " "
' , V. " -'.."' -;:
i Retains all. natural, juices. .
; Saves usual 25 ; losi. , In
55 Bags - 25 c
j Young Building
V RVwl f Alwcva Good at ih
CunhaV Allty, Nsxt Union- Grill, ' on
- :. King Ctrest ;
TYAS AWARDED IIIGIIEST IIOXOES
i . Fair held 'at Sacramento: ..v....
' i At the i recent California SUU ;
k GOLD AAV A KD - v V -
. A BLUE mCBOJT ATVAUD and , :
1 V A CASII PRIZE
V; 1000 .FEET ?4-lNCHr' 4
Garden Hose v
4) Extra Good Value 25 ; Ft $3.75 .
, JAMES GUILD COMPANY.
.s.-. ' - '
James L. Holt
: pfisra- aomaflno' lota near tha; CS4
-' One at Palan at a bargain, alao t&
balmy ta;pesui home pf tn lata AJ
mlral Beckley at Aqua Marine.'
REAL ESTATE'; INVESTMENTS
J 78Marcha St.
A email number of cheap lots In a
new tract on Gulick street just open
ed. Prices ranging from $150 to $500.
Also a few lots in Nuuanu Valley.
: FOR RENTA fine, cosy 2-bedroom
cottage in town. J 2 2, and a 4 -bedroom
. huse, with all possible conveniences
and latest Improvements, at Kaliht, f 15.
J. H. SCH N ACK, 137 Morchant Stroot
' . "...
: j I'
139 Merchant Street :
Phone 2747. - -
LATEST NEWS BULLETIN.
(News Originating on the Day the
Steamer Sailed.) ,
An inventor has perfected an elec
trical appliance to calm the air in
front of a flying machine in much the
tame way that oil will calm a tern
Dr. Shepherd of the Harvard Med
ical school believes he has found a
cure for Infantile paralysis.
Mrs'. Gertrude Atherton, the Califor
nia novelist, caustlcly condemns Saa
Francisco women as being "alert as
an oyster." She says they, have a low
order of intelligence and are spoiled
-just because they didn't take enouga
Interest In registering and voting.
Standard oil stocks soared in New
York,' several shares selling- at $1000,
the ; highest price v on : record. - - -.The
government haa. opened offices
in San Francisco preparatory to bring
ing suit against the Southern Pacific
td recoyer oil lands yalued at $500,
Americans are fleeing from the Mexican-
rebel -army-: moving northward.
Orozco'B lieutenant defies the .United
States to Intervene In the revolution.
: South Carolina Is In the 'midst xf a
bitter political campaign, Cole BIease,
the governor hag been accused of .sell
ing pardons and accepting bribes.
- Captain 0.-. Chasman, master of
the full-rigged "ship Dlrigo, has just
died at Seattle. C r, ; . -k
Coast ' auto dealers are protesting
against the new' freight rates soon to
go Into effect which -raised transpor
tation charges ' nearly $20. a carloads
f -Edward, M. Blatt of? Pittsburg will
receive $25,000 from the Mexican gov
ernment for damages ; for being
- (By S. ALBERT.) ;
Special SUr-Bulletin . Correspondence
simmering of" the political pot became
less pronounced as the Immediate ef
fect of the two big conventions" pass
ed awajri K Presldent'Taf t selected his
secretary Charles D. Hilles, to man
age hlsi campaign, " Governor ; Wilson
intimated Ubat McCombs, who aided
him In securing the nomination would
bfr given the 7 chairmanship of' the
Democratic National Committee. It Is
now suggested ha William Flnn, the
Jrogresslve boss of Pittsburg, will be
given the same posjtlott by CoL' Roose
velt when his 'Bull Moose" conven
tion; formally places him in the run
1 Thera hava. been. some.. conferences
and consultations at the Whltep House,
but nothing of : practical value was ac-compllshed,-
The most Important con
clusion waa that President Taft will
not do iny extecslve swinging around
he circle during he campaign.1 He will
leave the' - fireworks and oratory to
others. ".-'-''.'V, v --'r: '
Th President has definitely decid
ed that he will- not go over the coun
try seeking the support of1 voters.
That he will make some" speeches is
probable. But they will be delivered
ithr tr vlsitlne. delegations calling
t ti ATAr! v' or Washington or . In (points
in -the east v that will Vbe convenient
and the occasions appropriate. r.ven
A tramber-of sDeeches is.to be limitr
ea; The President feels that Tils views
on public questions are already thor
oughly well known and that it win noi
be necessary to amplify his former ut
terances tq an extensive degree.
" The significance: of a no-campalgn
f An Jar' Mr. Taft- Is that he wlll lper-
mlt all that sort of thing to be done
by Roosevelt and Wilson. The Presi
dent; has never ceaBed to regret the
iMrmiTTmtanees that r I rape lied him to
take the stump against the attacks of
Roosevelt and no Inuuence can in
AAr him in reDeat that sort of thing.
Fighting agairst bitter and unfair at
tacks when he was a canaiaate ior we
nnminAtinn does not make It necss-
sary, in his opinion, that he should re
ply on a mpaign tour, ia einumF ai-tacks-now
that he Is a regular cm-
dldate. .He thinks tMt tne country
van full v understands the issues
and the time-honored custom that a
President shall not go on the stump
In behalf of his own re-election.
The "Silent Vote
Republican managers feel that there
is a bie element of strong men in the
country who deplore the departure al
ready made from dignified precedents
as to What, Presidents and ex-Presidents
shall do. In or out of politics,
and who win be gratified that Mr.
Taft even now upholds their view. It
is believed in some quarters that an
immense number of vote3 will be cast
this fall after consideration of the per
sonal conduct and attitude of the
At his summer home at Beverly and
when-he returns to Washington this
fall the President will receive visitors
and talk to them In response' to re
quests. Just as effective speeches
would be letters answering corres
pondents and friends, a method dopt?
AL KIXpS OF.ROCK AJTD
FIRBlYbODACOit , .
3 Jf.. t" "" ! '
thrown in jail at Juarez for nine
weeks. - '
Queen Victoria ot Spain has hur
riedly left London on account of the
serious illness of her second son,
Caruso, the tenor, is again desper
ately in. lore, this time with an Ar
gentine beauty, also wealthy. He was
a lifelong.iriend of her father.
Mias Anne-Morgan, daughter of J.
P. Morgan, Suspending much time
among the poor of Paris, working for
their betterment '
The English liberal party Is sup
porting Winston Churchill in his fight
for the greater navy as a protection
against Germany or; other foreign
powers. The treasury has $25,000,
000 at present that can be devoted to
Employes of a jewelry store in Win
nepeg, Canada, let a customer wait
ten minutes before attempting to wait
upon her. She " left disgusted ; the
proprietor then learned - it was the
Princess Patricia. , It is reported that
there was something doing among the
employes thereafter." ;
The Canadian retenue cutter New
Ington has captured : ' the "American
fishing vessel, Thelma; poaching in
the North Pacific ocean.
The German Postnmter-Gener?'
has replaced SOOtt' men with women.
Captain : Ejnar'r Mlkkleson, Danish
explorer,, has sent : word that he has
succeeded in' crossing' Greenland. It
was thought , he was lost
;i, Two thousand Mexican rebels are
expected to meet 1500 federals in a de
cisive battle at: Chihuahua.
The rebel commanders have official
ly notified Americans: In northern
Mexico that they must join the rebel
ranks' of flee the country.
ERECTED I ,
ed for .a' number of years by Col.
RooWtelfc"';." s.oh-" "v
Ffljrrimagek to-Sea Girt - '. tl.
h Pilgrimages to Seagirt jcontinue and
man? of Jthe faithful Democrats haye
flocked there and paid their respects
fr Governor WldsoEu Amorg the num
ber 'was Speaker Clark,, who has not
recovered from the 'soreness caused
by 1 his defeat at - Baltimore. He 4 re;
refused to Indicate his impressions oi
Go.vernor Wilson and would: say , notlfr
Inf regarding their, meeting; il
v: Senator ' 14 Follette U .engaged in
tteparicg a statement ' setting forth
hlsy views 'of; the third party, move
ment . He will also . not fall ' to exr
press his precise opinions of Col.
Roosevelt The Senator v wlll.always
; believe .the .Colonel betrayed him, and
destroyed . his .changes of securing, the
nomination ly . becoming ,a c? ndidate
on hs ; own ; hook., Mr. Li Follette
feels extremely: bitter toward the
foimer President r - -
SAYS AMERICA IS - i
ON THE DECLINE
BERLIN, July 13. Tne United1
States' has reached Its period ; of de-
; ciine, is announced by aron H.' von
iarnekow a widely traveled German,
who contributes to the Relchsbote, a
- Berlin newspaper, an: trtlcle summar
f izing impressions he gained on the
'latest of fa!, many visits to America.
Articles of -this nature' are not infre-
quent in the German press; but ordin
t arily.: they are written with c such a
manifest, animus that they deserve no
J notice. . Baron vOn Barnekdw, on the
Icontrary writes-in. a matter of feet
t way, without a trace of antVAmerican
. feeling, and "appears- to be genuinely
I giaa 10 oe able to see some hope that
me decline may.be arrested.
; That this decline has begun, writes
the Baron, must be observed by, any
person who visits America- after an
.' absence of a few years. The change
iur me worse nas Deen very rapid.
The scenes that have attended the
Republican camnaien for the Pres-
idential nomination are but one indi
cation of the change, which is mark
, ed by a hitherto unknown indlffer-
ence, a tendency -to, let things tzke
their course; by an unhealthy and ex-
cessive self-appreciation and a general
coarsening of moral view.
AH these, says Baron von Barne
kow. are products of thet last few
years. The moral coarsening has
J newly rich. Another indict tion of de
, cay is the alleged fact that the Amer
ican intolerance of the drone, of the
gentleman of leisure, is beginning to
I disappear. Suggested as a possible
, contributing caiwe of the decline is
ine ract tnat tne birth rate among the
old American families Is falline off.
fwhlle it remains high tmong the
South European immigrants. The old
families of the New England States
and of the South hare as vet been less
affected by the demoralizing tendency
J of present American affairs than the
i people of anv other tection.
It is, however, in the farmers of the
United States thrt Baron von Barne
kow seM a possibility of arresting the
downward movement. As yet, he says,
they have not been -touched by the
I moral decline.
8.410) FOR COXCRKTE WORK.
We call your attention to the Bethel Street window, in which . we
are dispjaying some new REGAL CANVAS OXFORDS, regular
$350 grade, which we have placed on sale for a few-days at
These are all
while you can
Geo. C. Brbwri,
HATCHET THROWN K :U
AT THE PREMIER
DUBLIN, July 18. -The arrival of
Prime Minister Asquith in Dublin to
night was characterized by much pop
ular enthusiasm and also by disturb
ances on. the part of the? suffragettes
An attempt-made byth&u suffragettei
to hold a demonstration oh the arrival
of the Prime Minister's boat was fus
tTated by the authorities, but during
the progress of the party to the Hotel
Gresham a hachet was thrown at his
It was. at first reported, ?: that , the
weapon struck John E. Redmond, .the
Nationairst leader, on the' head, 'but
this proved to be erroneous.
Redmond. was sltghtlyVxlured while
entering: the hotel, whefsi : the crush
waa so great that hia head was jam
med against the door, a:
; When he appeared on the., balcony
withithe -Prlniei MlnisUryittwasseen
that his. head . waalee4lng and 4lsvas
supposed that it . was due to a blow
from the hatchet. - '' '.v ' : ;t
Two women who occupied a box at
the ' Dublin 'Theater, where Asquith
will; " speak tomorrow, threw a blazing
chair. Into the orchestra and set fire
to the box turtalns, causing a panic
One of- the women, esdiped, but;. the
other, who gave' the name of Gladys
Evans and 'said sheiWme frorn rEhg--land,
was arrested Aftef this Incident
two English suffragettes handeQ in a
statement at the offices of the Irish
Times in wfiich ' they declared they j
had come to- Ireland with a full sense
of the responsibility of iiavlng accept
ed the challenge of the Right Hotor-i
jLtttnuaBier, pj Durning,- not an Jngusn
castle,. but ' .a Dublin theater.
DRYING THE HAlR "
Marie: The ha : should always be
thoroughly dried after shampooing.
Vprvr RPrinna Hrmhle la nfton. mttcor)
by going tp bed with damp hair or
dressing it before it is thoroughly dry. 1
It is always better . to dry the "hair by
rubbing with warm towels, t can
also be dried with cold air lf the
patient . Is not afraid of taking cold.
The tangles should be combed out be-1
fore the hair is perfectly dry. Then
rub in a tonic, massage the scalp j
thorooghljrand - brush for five or ten i
minutes, or until dry. j
HAWAIIAN LODGE NO. 21, F.&A.M.
TriERE WILL BE A STATED?
meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No.- 21, F.
& A. M., at Its lodgeroom, Masonic"
Temple, corner of Hotel and Alakea
streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING,
August 5, 1912, at 7:30 o'clock.
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.,
Members of Honolufu-Lodge, Oce
anic Lodge and all visiting brethren
are fraternally invited to attend.
By order of the W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, t-'IRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In the
matter of t le Estate of Samuel An
drews, decei sed. On.-reading and fil
ing the Petition and Accounts of Lor
rin Andrew. Executor of the estate
of Samuel Andrews, deceased, where
in petitioner asks to be allowed 1,
932.87 and charged with $1932.87, and
asks that the same be examined and
approved, and that a final order be
made of distribution of t'ae remaining
property to the persons thereto en
titled and discharging petitioner and
sureties from all further responsibil
ity herein: It is Ordered, that Thurs
day,. the 13th day of September, A. D.
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m., before the
Judge presiding at Chambers of said
Court at his courtroom in the old Y.
M. C. A. Building, in Honolulu, Coun
ty of Honolulu, beTind the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interest
ed may than and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
the same should not be granted, and
may present evidence as to who are
entitled to the sa.'vi property. By the
Court: J. A. DOMINIS. Clerk, Circuit
L Court, First Circuit. Dated the 5th
' -' '
fresh, new goods, and sizes are complete.
get your size.
11 &)L!HU)( J
Mgr. , : , -u. x: .;:,;::. ICing -arid
T -S i;-i-'t-.V:-Vb
s -. . s I.I I . . I ! 1 I . I
For Particulars Apply
-V-jt . :
The Handsomest Soda Fouhtaih vi J(;v2;
Ever Shipped to Hawaii
Is now installed, and ready for
solutely SANITARY. What does
Pure Soda Colder Soda Prompt and
All straws are in sealed envelopes, not picked over, nor exposed to
Syrups and fruits kept cold, in glass and porcelain containers.,
Absolute cleanliness behind the counter;' no dark and dirty corners.
We invite your inspection of our new fountain; we are proud of it,
new method of refrigeration to
Benson, Smith & Go.,
- ; .;:H.;; -
- mm -.m " 1 -f ' : ' ' mm
business, in our store. It is a "BECKER, th latest modtt, Snd Is ab; ' . .
SANITARY SERVICE mean to
- T43f fs;
i v -''v.'. '-'';.-. .
. vj ,'-.) ;' r
'4 ' -
flies and dust. , . ! ) ;
. v :.
and wilt be pfeased to'expfajn the
day of August, 1912.
5306 Aug 5, 12, 19, 26
a QUEEX STREET.
P. O. BOX 212.