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HONOLULU S.TAtMlULLElIX, FIUDAY, AUG 10, 1912.
If You Have a
'" tank for her right now three
dollars for her firrt year; of
life, six dollars for her second,
. nine for , her third, and, bo on
. until you catch up with h her
present age; and then on' her
; nexj( birthday tank to her credit
1 three dollars for each year of
her age and keep this up until
'; ulie Is 21. She'll have nearly a
- thousand dollars, and you'll nev-
cr miss the money.
We pay interest on all savings
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
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; Capital Surplus, $1,200,000
Most Complete Policy
'vf ? west Ilatesi -J
to .call and make a per
sonal inspection of our
Sheridan St. milk depot
We shall be glad to see
your because we know
you'tl be convinced that
methods, and care in de
livery could not well be
We deliver an absolutely
tin i nnm i it in I
V DUN Aid
t pared to take action should inflam-j f
1 mftfnrv nttfhfn nH ftnlnc of A 1
"Bonar Lar. Sir Edward 1L Carson and'
Frederick Smith and other conserva
tive leaders provoke a disturbance in
GUN AT TARIFFi
GLOUCESTER. New Jersey, Aug.
15 Woodrow Wilson, governor of
New Jersey and Democratic nominee
foi the pretidency, fired the opening
Peace negotiations, which have hcn
: proceeding between China and Thibet
at Lhasa for some time, have rcah
;ed a point. where a settlement may
be expected at ony moment. The
Thibetans, who are vassals of China,
revolted at the beginning of the Chi-
Inese revolution and severe fight in?
'ensued between them and the Chi
! cese garrison.
One. hundred and nineteen Spanish
fishermen belonging to Bilbao lost
their lives by the sinking of four fish-
gun of his campaign for ihe White j ins boats during a terrible storm
Mouse tonigni. in u ne iouoea me , which raged along the Spanish coast
lines" of the campaign wnicn ne mm-, f0r the last two days.
self laid down in his address or ac
ceptance of the nomination; immedi
ately after the convention.
Mr. Wilson aimed his attack at the
protective tariff which he declared is
Mrs. Albert Cave, daughter-in-law
of Rev. R. I. Cave, Chaplain General
of the United Confederate Veterans,
was murdered last night and Mrs. J.
an instrument devised solely for the i v. Jones, age 24, is in jail accused of
the killing, which is said to have been
impelled by jealousy
benefit of special "partnerships and
not for the good of the people as a
whole. Continuing he said that the
M. A . At At- A
-mercnani noes uoi oeneni uy me tar- An effort to reach an aroement to
iff butUhe manufacturer, who s en-jd, g of thc rattl and wool tarif
abled to charge anything he pleases hm 'aIrpfti1v ntLtttutA hv tha 00
;I0I nl8proaUCt. rvpr thp PrfMlirtont'n voir. fallfwi f-
In taking up other subjects Mr. Wil- Senate "
cantile marine, now that the onennar
oj the canal is drawing so close. If
Craving gasoline as drunkards do
we are to profit ty the canal, said he, alcohol, a nine-year-old Covina girl.
we tnust.be prepared to take advan-. . Inez boso, of Los Angeles, Cal., is
take. The canal, he adfled. properly
handled will bring untold prosperity
to the fanner.
Governor Wikon had a jolt for the
express companies which he declared
have been fighting 'for years 10 prevent
the farmer and but inew man from en
joying the benefits of the parcel post
123 Fort ZXrt
It IIoBlnlii were apitn iirept
by a cocC.tgTaUon,.fonJdu jon
coilrtt jour insurance!
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& Co.; Ltd.
rVprrsent the the largest Afi&
, strongest fir insurance wcompa v
nlrs in the world. 7; V
;'V.r Lowest ; Rates - .
More Than a IrlilUon
:S 'v DoUars, 7:
j : Report, of the Insurance Coin
mlssioner ; shows' that more j
than a million dollars i net Is
sent out annually, from - this
Territory. . V:f;r"
'v-:'..r.; Why not patronize v
Home Insurance Co;
and Keep seme cf this money '
O'Neill BldCi cor Fort & King ,
, f . ,v Telephone 3523 '
under an investigation in the juve
nile court. The child is said to have
become addicted to the Use of gaso
line as an Intoxicant. , I
Nat Goodwin, while trying to,
reach the shore near Hueneme in a
rowboaf this afternoon, was capsized!
and thrown upon the beach stunned.1
NO SUGAR LEGISLATION
AT PRESENT SESSION.
WASHINGTON, August 15. There
will be no sugar legislation this ses-
1' Am- 1 f a I . t
sion, unless me po.JUicai wise ones
are out In their predictions. The d!s-
! agreement over the sugar tarifl per-
, ilbts and this, it is held here, .will
viiaje any aiiempi 10 put inrougn a
sugar bill! -
We have just received a large
,j" shipment of ' Chinese Matting ,
and Japanese Uugs in many
sizes and colors.
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' The rnosti,atlsfactory- floor
covering for;thl climate.-
Levers & Cdbke,
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1 WOLGAST SIGNS UP. '
CADILliAC, Michigan, August 15.
AJ Wolgast has signed up for a bout
with packey :McFarland. The fight is
scheduled to take place In New York,.
September 27, .
REBELS FLEE Tlft)M : -
- TOWN OF JUAREZ.
EL PASO, Texas, August IB. Un-
Agt ord pr fmm Orozcn th a rphel
IfoTces stationed In Juarez, across the
river from this city,; evacuated) that
town last night They started south.'
7Ay Big 'Specialty. Try Me.
J. E. ROCHA,
Hotel Street Nr. .Y. M. C. A.
r SAYS HE SLEW, GIRL. J "
SAN BERNARDINO, California,, At.
gtit 15.-Charles Greenfield, an 'enl
ploye. of i the Pacific rElectrld -street
railway of Los Angeles, was4 arrested
here tonight, and , confessed to - the
murder of his stephdaughter, Vivian
Greenfield, In a. lodging nouse in
Venice, California. He eays that he
murdered tlieiiChlld because of her
termagant !-mother, who ' would not
let him alone," "
'i If there's on thing that ,does
pot admit' of . any guessing .
fitting ' r.: r
Spectacles snd ? I
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v Y Our Spectacle Fitting is done
- on the basis of knowing how
from utert to finish.
It's a successl
i4. JV. Sanford,
; Boston - Building - Fort Street
, . Over May & Co.
The Latest Success of the
GREAT EASTMAN FACTORY
We have, received another .
shipment of the little' marvels
., In picture taking- " - :
' Let us show you how . perfec
tion can be reached in a small ,
. space. -
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
To the Advertiser
Chicago citizens yesterday ' morn
ing held memorial services In com-f
memoration of the Indian attack at.
Fort Dearborn one hundred years
Punahou9 Street, Vilder Ave., and Dole Strepi
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Three delegates, including Dr. Chia.l
Tae Chen of the Chinese board of fi
nance, left China for Boston yesler
'day by way of Siberia to attend the
international conference of the
Chambers of Commerce.
Elizabeth, Dowager Duchess of
Genoa, the grandmother of Victor
Emanuel 'Hi, the (present King of
Italy,' and mother , of Dowager Queen,
Marguerita,; died " yesterday. She was
lorn February 4, 1830.
,Charles..L.: MarlatL of the Agricul
tural Department, is, in San Francisco
awaiting the departure, of the next.
steamer ; for HawaiL whither, he goes
tor make preliminary;;, arrangement?
fori vigorous Mgbtt. against the . Med
lterranean iruICflJ ; j
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i VThe Chinese manager of a secret
society' of revolutionary lendency in
.Hongkong, was - arrested . yesterday
and sent. to prison. Documents kand
badges found on him indicate that
the - revolutionaries jiad selected thejr
own. officials to. succeed those at pres
ent holding positions under the Chi-?
nese government. .
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, Pensions for thousands of veterans
held up by a disagreement between ...
the House and Senate over the $160,-
000,000 pension appropriation bill,
may be paid Saturday.
A . passenger train' on the Denver,
Northwestern and Pacific railroad
was wrecked eighty miles northwest
of Denver last night, the engine
and every coach left the track and. a
number, of lives are reported to have
The S. S. City of Seattle,, bound
&outh from Alaskan ports, is ashore
two miles south of Ketchigan, Alaska.
T vessel is reported to be resting
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corrrcs direct yfrom JF
cotton ihdiothe sec -Oil where you can
Sinall Bottles, 66c; -: . Large Bottles, Ji .ooi-
1 -:V r Half GalIonsry:o6T
7 ' f - mSold only at oun store cfe fcv::l: ,
. Smith &
Fort cnJKctd Sir::::
A bulletin issued from the Astor
mansion here today says that both
Mrs. Astor and the baby were doing
nicely. Vincent Astor, chief benefi
ciary under the terms of his father'3
will, who is motoring in Europe, to
day cabled congratulations to his step
mother and ordered a bouquet of HonGKONG, July 30. Owing to
American Beauty roses sent to the the unrest which still characterizes a
BY CHINESE SOLDIER
Astor mansion here.
"Bridgle" Weber and Harry Vallon,
Iwn rtf the &ssratni nf "Raid Jack''
Rose, have been threatened witness to railway traveling wo ten n
great portion of China; It is deemed
necessary to have military guards at
aT railway stations.' .r: , :.
This gives a touch ott picturesque-
Geo. li. Paris
and THE CONKLING
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Bert Dalton, alleged murderer of
tae late Marshal Van Mansen of
Cookesvllle, and a member of the no
torious Whitney brothers gang of
outlaws, who escaped in the jail
break at Evanston, Wyoming, last
v eek, was captured last night a short
distance south of Sandy. ,
rtih it thpv "hiah" nn the hterher i'dbes not always posess, and it is in
ups who are connected with the tensely interesting to observe the con
gambling graft in New York. They1 dition of the equipment of the coldiep
are advised to throw Lieutenant In most cases they, are barefooted, per
Becker to the wolves. On the other Saps they wear putties, or perhaps
hand they are facing possible indict- their blue cotton trousers hang loose
ments for murder unless they tell the about their ankles. The r coats
i or turns are otien ium hu
t but thefr raCitary hats are Invariably
T In good order.- ' ' -
('The funnlAt part of the equipment,
is the umbrella. which every Haunese
soldier carries. When an official pasr-
I es these men may be seen starline
to attention with, a rifle in one hand
We submit the following a3 ourand an umbrella in the other. Thev
iaeas oi ine prooaDiiiues uuuei rui- (jon't seem to be conscious oi me nn
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HIGH .CLASS '
According to present indicatior
the reception to be held in New Yorkl
August 24 for the athletes who repre
sented this country, in the recent ton's Renal Compound in Bright's and CI1iou"sness of their appearance. It is
Olympic games in Stockholm, will be
ot even greater scope than had been;
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Fred Allen; one of the mountain out
laws charged with complicity in the!
Hillsville Courthouse murder last!
March, pleaded guilty to murder a,
the second degree, yesterday, and!
ivas sentenced to one year in thc peni-!
said that during the war the Hannes
soldiers carried umbrellas strapped on
USE FOR THE
It is a Ditv that the anonymous let
ter, by a long alliance with libel and
Mrs. Cora Mitchell of Chicago
. Real Estate Investments
d C. Cimha
-78 Merchant St Phone 3593
Pantheon Block Hotel St.
started last night to walk from that,
city to San Francisco in order, as she
put it, to demonstrate her faith in J
God and her confidence in man. Mrs.
Mitchell carried a small kuapsack
and she 'said that she had only a small
sum of money, intending to rely on
the generosity of the people along the
road for sustenance.
Service Is Always Good at the
Union Barber Shop,
Cunha'a Alley, Next Union
1 Grill, cn King Street,
are made on the latest London, Paris
and New York Custom Lasts.
It is officially announced that the
Austrian foreign minister, Count von
Bierchtsold, is sounding thc powers as
to the advisability cf encouraging
Turkey in her present policy of de
centralization, arguing that could
Turkey be induced to grant the rea
sonable reform desired by the Ser
vians, Bulgarians and other Macedon
ian races, it would pave a way for
peace between Italy and Turkey.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Xing and Bethel Streets
The Dundee Advertiser and influ
ential liberal organs print the start
ling hint that the government is pre-
Where patients are seriously weak
ened and crises are expected, probably
not more than ten to twenty per cent
respond. Where physicians aid by
holding up the heart, increasing the
eliminations, etc., the efficiency can
be increased. In cases where patients
have from thirty to sixty days of life
we look for correspondingly better results
Where patients do not wait until blackmail, has sunk out of reacn or
bedridden and take the treatment onjthf respectable. A forcewhich might
the appearance of the disease it is ourj have been used for e6od his thus
belief that most cases respond with; been lost to the community. There is
final recovery or prolongation of life.' nor reason why the anonymous letter
Albumen, casts and dropsy do not' should not have become as necessary
prevent recovery, provided the renal a part of our social as the anonymous
inflammation is attacked before the(DOok review has o' our literary life,
heart and recuperative powers are too. Criticism, admittedly helpful to the
greatly weakened. i field of manners and morals; .vet few;
Fulton's Renl Compound is used individuals in maturity except those
both with and without physicians pre? '.in public life, are subietd to this
scriptions. The motive of the Renal salutary process although it is a com
Compound .being to relax the kidney' rronplace that the older we grow tne
(the Old' School having nothing to re- more we need it In youth, under our
duce inflamed kidneys) it will be seen present mild system, discipline 1? pri
that the heart, eliminative and tonic marily criticism; and here no false
treatment usually prescribed in reticence on the part of schoolmaster
Tlright's and kidnev disease do not ov parent prevents children from
conflict but are often required in ex- knowing whenever tVy have commit
treme cases. It can be had at Hono- tec a breach of taste or of the T-?n
lulu Drug Co. . Commandments. For the flrst fifteen
Ask for pamphlet or write John J. years of their lives they live in th :
Fulton Company, San Francisco. Cal. eye of a public, smail, tut cosr ienti-;
We invite correspondence with physi- ously determined to express the min-j
desire patients not Improving the third utest comment. But as as we grow
week to write us. oldr, the voice of admonition grows j
cians who have obstinate cases and fainter and fainter, and its tones have
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entirely died away by the time wc"
reach the age when our mistakes may
have the most serious consequences.
Many of the faults of old age arc
doubtless due to this condition. One
o the jlrst uses most of us jnaKe or
independence i& to repel all hostile
criticism, to secure ourselves for th
fi'ture against one touch of that mold
ing process which has made us' as we
are. We become reticent, not to say
secretive, refuse to discuss our opin
ions and actions with thosfr who dii
agree with us ,and, in extreme cases
withdraws from those friendships If.
which the faintest critical flavor may
Many of us, it is true, can count
among our nearest and dearest some
people of sufficient candor, courage
and skill to convey even a disagree
able truth who, for the sake of the
love they bear us, will risk not only
a painful interview, but a possible
breach. But, unhappily, not only are
our nearest and dearest the last peo
ple to see us as we really arev but
their utterances cannot always achieve
the terrible flnaliiy of those of an jit
tei stranger. 3
r . And that is where the anonynjeui
letter might be useful. Scribner.
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Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrt5ea.
Remedy has been curing cramps, " in
the stomach and bowels, dysentery
and diarrhoeaf 'and; has never boea
known to fall to give relief even ifl the
most severe and dangerous cases. Yon
can make no better provision for the
safety of your family than to keep a
bottle of thl remedy ever. ,at hand:
For sale by all dealers- Benson,
Smith & Co- agents for Hawaii. : )
For a few weeks after the is v cn..
gaged a girl thinks flirting is a crime",
You can flatter silly girls by calling
It's easier to look wise than It Is-.
to deliver the goods. .