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HONOLULU, STAIMUJLLEllS, VTCRDAY-AUG. 17, 1912." '
WEDNESDAY! j . ?' K
THURSDAY " " ""
;A1l vUiltlnr member of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, 618, B. P. 0. E,
Honolulu Lodge no. oio,
BP. O. Elks. meeU In
their hall., on KInglSL.
near Fort, verj Krlda)
ers are cordially Invited
JL E. MURPHY. E. VL,j,
H. DUNSHEE. Sec..
each . mourn
at K.P. hall
7:30? P M.
cordially Invited to atten
mi. JfcKIXlET LODGE. .50. 8,
K. Of P. - ' V-.::'
MeeH every zna ana ui oaiur-
c, - rv-iday evening at. 7:30 o clock in
K. of P. Hall, xor. Fort and
cordially Invited . toSattend. ?v f -1 h
, A. F, GERTZC. C,
: ; t : ; ; . yf F. KILBEY. K. Rf :
"iOjiOLULU AERIE lio; F.' 6 Ei '
'"""""') Meets on second' and -fount.
- IFe&eklay ervtnln of-eacl
-r, month "at V7iso,p'clDCki lv
C y X'of P. HaIlicorHePWi
and . Bereunla. Visiting brothers rat4
JONES. W, P, q
TiTPor!i v nf ' prh month 1i
bunding, voting brotheff
cordially Invited to attend
.A J.. C HOUSA, Sachema flj
y HONOLULU LODGE ' N'O. 80, '
, . ; -L.,0. O. 1L '' ' : .
will meet In Odd Fellows building
Tort street, near King. 'every "Frldaj
evening at 7: SO o'clock. ; 1
. Visiting brothers cordially ilnvlter
o attend. " ; u ' - -;
AMHROSE J. WIRTZ. Dictator
; JAM E3 W.: LfX)Yp, ; Secretary. .
i'-1 2-bedroom , house. :. Many fruit
."' :' trees. ' " rr-;-V
; from King SL : - -
2KX7-3 -TJedroom 1 house." lot T00 xl 00.
-nr. King KalUiL:! '-fir
Mx)t on Fort St above orldge at .la
Pi & R. STRAUCH. :
Watty " Building l i - 74 S. Ktngtree j
: ii- for sale; )t-
A small number of cheafr lots In s
new tract on. Gullek .street Juat, open
ed.f Prices ranging' from $150. to I&001
Eat yit erma; -y--
-' Also "a few lots in Nuuanu .Valley. '
t FOR RENT A hne," cosy 1-bedroom
cottage In town. J22.nd; ;bedroom
house, with all possible conveniences,
and latest improvements, at Kallhi. $55.
j. H. SOlNACk." 137 MercK'ant Street
r uBARGAINSl BARGAINSI
C We deal rn ilstandnnlissectf
rltiea of aH kindOpjitg.UZata;
ulba rubber: Purlsslma Hllbs Oil stock;
Mascot copper "
C. LOGAN dL CO. v
Room 17 Bacon gloek CakiaruVCaL j
WAS A ivillDED HIGHEST IIONllltS
- At the recentCalifornla. State ;
, 1 Fair held it Sacranrentd; r J ?
4 GOLD AWARD
A BLUEBIBBON A1VAKD and
. A CASH PRIZE
Dr. T.; iJlTAnUR A
Office: 1412 Nuuanu St, cor. Vineyard
. . v t Telephone 1543 . y - .
Office" Hours: S to It a- m- 7 to t
p. , .n. Si;ndays by appolntroenV ;
Residence:,, 60 N; Vineyard Street.
offlce. Tlephoee .2: P.vaa
EnInTVfTtf he st - PraJe
I? secured from Ihe Star-Bnllelln
'' I r.j the Kbir-nulleUo.. -
1 s J
8dU-Lot 65x32.5 off Beretanla SL, Ht
Punchbowl, k fj'tit I
5 27501 .C9 acres on oldPafdiollttf. WTti.
Second Floor of the
I (F.: C. Atherton,
611 . Stangtnwatd 'Building
. 1913 ' ' """ ' '
! "American Umlerslung
" V' Models,-
f 111 rrlX4
- LO.r LuL
r Pioneers' andLeaders'"lri fi-'.''
Jr jj: Ail ;the Automobile- Business
rPaKa Vir-:,:PopV.H laftfcW
i Thftma: FJy e'r, f U Bulek w
r Overland - ' ' " BaKettiectric ;
1 ' l U' I
v ASSOClAftb : GARAGE, LTD.
i ' 'ft -
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
...... V "
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on . your Automobile
Gsnerator Troubtes. '
P Acetylene , I igKt and
fc ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAiTT
l f r; HONOLULU VULCANIZING
1 Phone 1823 Kapioladl Bldg
-J v , AND REAL ESTATE
'0 1. 1 y ER Q.;: L AN S IN G
" 80 Merchant Street
'a right; there with 'your" quota
' tlona If you use the
the best Home-made
Bread, ; German Pretzels and
Coffee CSiWetlCBe sure and ring
1 1291 i FORT .STREET.
i . -
MILK and CREAM
F. H. Kilby, Prop.
. We deliver, fresh Milk and. Cream
twice daliy to all parts of. theclty.
Phone 3731 P. O. Box 220
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TIE UP TRAFFIC
Awioclated Pr Cable
BUFFALO, August 16. Hundreds of
freight handlers have gone on strike
here and as a consequent the traffic
via the Great Lakes is pretty well tied
up. The men are demanding shorter
hours, and more pay. There has been
no violence as yet although police re
serves have been ordered to guard
TAFT SCORES ALL
1 ROOSEVELT REPUBLICANS
WASHINGTON. August 16. In the
first public address he has made since
he accented the nomination of his par-
'ty, Mr: Taft bitterly attacked the elec
tors in various States-wno nave as-1
serted that although down as ltepub-4
licana they will; vote for Theodore-
Roosevelt The President ..declared
that 'such an act is dishonest and the
men f guilty would be false . RepublK
MINISTER AND FAMILY
DEAD FROM ALLEGED, POISON
ROCKYFORD; Colorado, August ilk
Gostav IaUke, a - German Lsitheran.;
minieter here . toeether with his -wife,
and twa children, were found dead In 1
their home tnis morning. i ue uj
disclofted fact that lead tbje surgeon
and the police5 Authorities to neueve
thatthe tfhole family was poisoned b.y.j
Mnil ' " . . I
ROOSEVELTvOPENS i v V
, :y COMING CAMPAIGN
PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island. Aug
ust 16.-3olonel Robsevelt opened his
campaign on the third party here to
night, with a bang and a whoop, be
fore an enormous crowd that proved
m; tithu3i&stifL ' He- accain outlined
-his platform and the issues upon which
he says-he stanas, in mis usui
j ' M O H A MM IE DA NS ON R A MP AG E.
nvmmiEL Movtenecro Aumst lo.
Reports have reached here of a bloody
massacre px unnBuaa womeu ua vf.
inn bv bands Of .maraudttg Mbham-
..-.t i. .. ' .- - . .' .nH-cut
'' ' ' . if - .. ;.. ... V
he-is guilty of having poisoned, his
t!i&tf mother' d-ome of - the
is !dead; and. his father. although?W
agohvrand ijylng. ts-'sUll fightlnR-hartl
Z itri ' inti ofHhe -neishbots 1s se
rlbusWii,' aid lt is Xeared'lVdie
WILSON .WANTS TO
J SEAGIRT, New Jersey, August. 16.
According to an announced ? plan
a.' meeting of all the Democratic- edit-
. i. .ff., : ti finnntrv in meet
or&: throughout the country to meet
him here, . foj a conference. - '
" STEAMER ASHORE.1
? SAN FRANCISCO "August 16.
Wireless dispatch from the steamer
Pleiades reports that he is aground
near Magdalena 'Bay' A' warship has
genfrto asslst:: -' "v
To trie Advertiser !i
: Colonel Robelo, a Mexican revolu
tionary omcer wanted by the United
States for -violating the neutrality
laws, was arrested at El Paso last
night Military authorities are expect
ed to turn him over- to the department
Official return now show' that al
together 143 fishermen were drowned
in the gale which for two days swept
the Spanish Coast f
Colonel Roosevelt was accused of
being "just a Socialist and an.anarch-
m . tttih i TAvima,. in ti address
at a. church picnic. ... .Lorinwr.w.m
IK L DY V IHLAUM UUi
AAnA hv'the Reverend FranK Key'
molds, who referred to him. as the
Job of . modern times."
The Ttirks are massing large num
bers of reinforcements on the eastern
frontier of Montenegro. Desultory
firing by the Turkish and Montene
gran troops is in progress daily.
Definite proposals for peace were
received by resident Madero today
from General Orozco. It is expected j
tnat a truce win uc ucv. " :
ately and peace negotiations opened.
Several persons were more or leas
I int,, hut none were kill-
: Beriuuoi - ...
ed. when train No. 1 of JJe Denver,
Northwestern & acific ("The Moffat
Road") was derailed five miles east
of Sulphur Sprlngs.eighty miles from
Denver, yesterflay. : Schemef Afe 8mpe i
Building Loan Commissioner WglXThl
ker will continue in possession of the are simPle- l k in gold mines
Continental Building and Loan asso- bikiw. o
nmnertv and business in San
i?MnMa nntJi Rome further legal
steps are taken to oust him.
Virginia Christian, aged 17, a ne
gress. the first woman. to be executed
in the history of the Old Dominion,;
waa sent to her' death in Richmond,
Va., In the electric chair yesterday
morninei for . the murder of Mrs. Ida
i Celote. J2 year of !ajge a. white wo.
man., at iiampton t , Virginia.
A .near-riot was. precipitated in the
house last night when Sherman Em
orv of the house committee broueht
J in a special rule to expedite the con-
ierence on me posiomce appropnaiion
bilL.. ; ...
. Minority Leader Mann Qharged that
the rule would. have the effect of pre-;
venting a vote on the, senate amend-1
ment creating a parcei-post ana max
it was no more than A! gag to prevent
a test of the real attitude of the house
towards the legislation. '
It is stated unofficially, but on good
authority, that arrangements are be
ing made with the Prince of Wales
and his brother Albert to visit the
Duke of Connaught in Canada during
the summer vacation with a cousin as
At the request of District Attorney
Whitman, Governor Dix today named
Justice Goff to hold, a special term of
the supreme court in connection with
the police graft case In New York, - A
report prevailed ;ln police circles here
that, Lieut Becker is ready to con-
fess,.-ii '.r-.-. 'cf!iw . -,
: Gamesters of the East Side, it, was
reported., led by, gamblers, and dive
n 1. .iilaa i fiirtA
Keepers are yr4Miis .
of $5000 for the defense.pf suspects In
A -wnferVnce, report inX$ Tknama;
rx 1 .V.. t.111 l 'wntsln1n ' nroVisiOnS'
against trust owned" ship? and grant-
i. f' tnlla Ia rerfafn AtoencaU'VeS1
i,t i:..J!3S vcHt'seb,; was V adopted by tne senate w-
,day by a vote or 45 to'is, aner a iu-
tile fight against it lea pj uie tu
man of the canal committee.
5 Police on the case of the murder
of 'Miss V. A.T Caivenj at Montclalr,
Colorado. Friday, are following a new
clue to tire murder , One hundred sus
pects have been previously apprehend
ed and discharged. V.
r Chicago "ft' 'parades Rr swindlers.,
says aniexcaanBe'n.t t ..ruftxiq
. rrhXo.MlratBOMnn'vha Belt , SLOCK
fill - .... ... . A X AWA
Tp. -mines tnat ; aon i exisi, (.wu'Si
iracU-vhere, wthtoe,ts(eweedL and
OTOODinSTir .OiaCKfWHSiSVMCM tjcH -
i wbosengameiane. Yanawm wau;
vhbsengame r!9 JfM ,?f Lani
th0 jnaiQ.etraua VWVWVV-1"
TiSflt more than JavvilTe-oh-the-Lake.
l' This all bejaine Wh' todky when
district Jttorney, da f a doten
United .States' pbstbflicf inspectors in
the Chlcago;distrct commented on the
annual report of Postmaster General
ttoday. The report set forth that swin-
Ij. ..j.. I flonai vast thnf ; nloa-
diers 'during the fiscal year that clos
ed July 1 reaped the record narvesi. ui
120,000,000 by fraudulent use of the
mallaA! Puring the year the postof flee
inspectorsnrapped:l3 of the fcome
on" men at -their, games, but In the
Crociett. "the woods
are still tull'of Jem.
TV . -mf -
One-Tenth' Operate rjere. r r c v J
iT-More than, 10 per cent of the con-
ndence nien ho are' stfsuccessful In-'
vthe United states operaie uerc
I cago, declared District Attorney ! Wil- j
fkerson, -"We have cases of all kinds.
The'reen goods man, the fake gold
rnine, the rubber -plantation on which
ho rubber' grows, "the-farth lands that
'are under water-hVes. we have em
v all. There . ire 'bucket shops,' w-
lii- nr-Ao "-MnicerAs. hianufac-
turlng 1 plants ' and eVery conceivable ,
scheme, the sole object of which Is j
to separate, 'the fool' on'his money.
-We had a case hot long ago in
which the defendant . contracted
through the mails to sell the 'comeon
a whole satchel run oi wuutc..
money for a few Teal dollars. Then
: o foitnw who advertised that
he could grind $1 tllW from a machine j
of his invention faster man a mu
kee avenue butcher can grind out im
ported German frankfurters.
r. name" Numerous.
"Fake mall order concerns are nu
merous. You can't count the number
of mining companies that are goiu
- jrt people.get stung tney
nr mimiiK . . , .
v k to See If they
emhnw ffet their dollars back.
When the patron "squeal' is when we,
V:-7'iL-.ii-jrwin. There are
so many varieties of cbn' games-work--ed
tbat it is a difficult task to cata
logue them all." . M . '
"Swindlers? Say, the town ia full of ,
em." said one or the postoff ice in-1
nAAnK nrt rl or f?en eral James i!. ;
Stuart, inspector in charge, "It strikes -
cicago people will buy ev-,
Wnen j 8e a crowd in the
rBtreet blockading trariic e1 w
man selling stock in the Golden
Moon Gold Mine Company, n ne gew
2 bloCking the street the
arresieu ur ulxr', "t'., ,, .r.' a
mm Vi vrr a
fatlnW will DrODaDiy trii - ""f
be"0WJ"0n the way to the sta-
block of gc gj 1 . aren.t in the
t ion. Ml the au guy herg
where tnere is no gum. "
where the only
rubber for miles around is the nttie
band that keeps the incorporation pa
per from unrolling. The 'come on
buys land to which the seller never
had a title and probably never saw.
;, coaniis flni
may be gained and skin
troubles overcome and
prevented, by the use of
SoU by B&immiW&r
) Geary Street above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
XTew steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains , and
' steamers." Hotel Stewart recognized
- as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets-ABC code.
-' - Love, Honolulu representative.
Bstaforeei Coaertts Bulkflag. 225 Rosas. 21 Iftt
Class tsOsa bouses within f block.- ksttsfl, tl.10
Rsnovated - Best
I ,vwi - savw wvsvsw
t -,- 'V..? r t - -
Quiet and Refined
Large, Cool Outside Rooms;
Private ; Sleeping Verandas;
Phones in all rooms; Artesian
Plunge; : Night and Day Ten
nls. FREE Garage.
Four Acres Beautiful
Tropica 1 Garde ns
Special Rates by the Month
was never i
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the addition
of two more 'bungalows
, beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy: MISS JOHNSON,
Emma, Above Vineyard
FOR A DAY YOU WILL
LEARN WHAT ENJOY
The Crater Hotel,
Special Terms for Summer
T. A. SIMPSON, Manager
Walkikl Beach Retort
Furnished : Cottages . . . 1.50 day
Furnished Rooms. 75c,. $12 Ao.
PETER GIBBS, Proprietor
Now Open : : : Phone 2836
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
He buys farm land in Florida or in
Alaska tnat is buried under twenty
feet of foam-capped waves or snow
capped ice. No wonder the swindlers
wear diamonds. They can afford
C. Q. Yee Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yec Chan & Co.f
BETHEL r AND KING . STS.
BUY YOUR DRY GOODS from
King St, 3 Doors from Bethel
Fine Line of Dry Goods
tiali Ying Chong Co.
King St . Ewa Fishmarket
; Importers of Oriental Goods
VIng Vo Tai:&;io.,
941 Nuuanu, near f King " 8treet -;-
') Phone 1020 " " ,;-
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in Handsome Greys
62 80UTH KING STREET
Fl N EST-: FIT: M V.v;
And Cloth of A1 Quality Can
:'', . Be Purchased from s ;
McCANDLESS BLDG. '
P. O. Box. 961 T Telephone 3129
The 7dh W6ng.Co.p
y. Builders and Contractors -
'KIX K vifHJi'K rvviai'OM fK.
1i 'Ili lM'll
?.;o(n?M ina I. u
F b R'NlTtl R E r- A Ti t H
Mattress" Upholstering andii H
22 BERETANIA, nr, NUUANU
w - I ... -
J' I II I I.I I'll 1 Mil
. t-! . lrto5.;.hne-,--if: ctfAixH
You'll find what-you-want atithe: I
City. Hardware; :Cv?;;'
Nuuanu and King Streets .
Wing CHong! Cb
KING ST..' i NEAR . BETH EL.
Dealers In Furniture," Mattress
es, eteV etc. All kinds of KOA
and MISSION ; FURNITURE
' made' to order;--
t H. it 'l H .. l't 4lA; 17
' : SODA vi tVATPR ilPOUNJ AIN. ii ' :
, HAWAII DRUG COi'
42 Hotel SW 'atieridf Beth4M
Well stocked with New-' Drugs
and Novelties. ;
T. YosHilmwtv ! '
THE BICYCLE: DEALER and
1 REPAIRER, has moved 'to
180 KING STREET
New location Red front, near
Young Bldg. Telephone 2318
Telephone 3197 P. O. Box 70S
Vulcanizing Works .
182 Merchant St.. near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. H.
COMMISSION MERCHANT .
Japanese Provisions and ;
Nuuanu St., . Near King St.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed
Fort A Pauahi Sts Phone 3029
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
o. m. ouncan; : ; .
258 Beretania. St., opp. Royal
Hawaiian Hotel Phone 3524
Saddle and Driving
FOR HIRE .
RIGS OF ALL KINDS .
Call S2 Kukul St, or Tel. 11C3
' Phone 143 i .
Cor. King and. South Sta.
Successors to ;
W. W. WRIGHT A, CO, tTD
.. . . -'A-Ai-iit I Uipp
KELLOGG A DEMPSEY
Auto, Motor and Carriage Re
i: pairing. Painting, Trimming
Horseshoeing J ;
IF IT'S PAHIT
And you want a good job, try
meTom Sharp '"
SHARP SIGNS; ARE SEEN
; ? EVERYWHERE1:
Phcnt 1637 847 Kaahumanu,
Boston Block : Second Floor
Club Stables Clock
MRS: C. E. 1DAVIS, IPrc irUUr
BEAUTIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at tha'
: - Justrfcetver isyC.'Cr CI im;r
the' latest In fancy TA1 LO fl E D
r: LINEN SUITSrf4,al OM
Jt PIECE. LWEW Dr?ESSJ-3 ahi
1 J'JAM ' i .' 1' ' H'..A
F A L L v O PEN IN G
?f 5" will be : 'n ll3piar'foa
lei I -ftOUSTl. 1? "'?..' 1!. ' 1 '. '.
knvo i 5
. ' I
LL A. GUfJST & Com Ants.
Koia Furni turo
f OAHU FU RN ITU R E CO. ;
King 8treet, ; opposito Young
Hotel .. : .t P.. O. Box 840
; '7 . ."'.Phone 2092'- .U v
i-vil WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS ; -
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: i.iiigi jTbr gafai'-Byrc-ji nitU. -i.-
- ''."'V ''4T "t" a;:a- a'"jl
i J. v A.: G 1 LLA fJ
Fort 8treet ; .wjj
... y, a v r--. t 1.
; : i rexl estaye' : -" 4
.U INSURANCE ' l
- , LOANS NEGOTIATED
f ; Stangenwatd Building v
The- One Best Bread
CAGE & KNOX,
4 . .
MILTON A PARSONS y
Telephone 3083 " 1112 Fort SL
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
Limited : .c ,
Night and Day Phone: 1325 ;
71 BERETANIA -
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