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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, AlrO. 29, 1912.
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. We Ainiinioiniinre w ir3 eit c iLpowna ilq
phvv Clesirafiiee "Salle W!i;ili2i . :tl;
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It will be a Slaughter of Dry Goods, believe usf 1 The price :ol almost every articlerhas been operatea on ana cut in nair. yv e are ufier-
mnA tn malrp this thft most'succes Jul Clearance Sale we have ever had. Pay us a visit.. Everybody s doin it! ,
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. Ladies' Lingerie Dresses
A To clean up our entire line of LINGERIE DRESSES,
prices' have been cut In half.
Special line of LINGERIE DRESSES In white.
REGULAR; $15 EACH
SALE PRICE, $5.50 EACH
A NEW LINE OF
Ladies' Silk Petticoats
In Black, Gray, Navy, Lavender, etc.
'REGULAR, $6.50 EACH . SALE PRICE, $3.50
Ladies' and" Children's Hosiery
AT BIG DISCOUNT
Special lot of 200 doien in Black, White, Tan- and
REGULAR, 65c PAIR SALE PRICE, 35c PAIR
Silks and Satins
JAPANESE SILKS All shadet;' regular, $ .50 yard; sale price.
A MESCALINES 18 Inches Wide; regular, $ .65 yard; sale price.
J M ESS ALINES 36 inches wide; regular, $15 yard; sale price.
CREPE DE CHINES-rRegutar, $1.25 yard; sale price. .... .
PEAU DE SOI E Regular, $1.90 yard; sale price
PEAU OESOIE Regular, $15 yard; sale price
05ILK REPPS Regular, 65c yard ; sale price y.. . . . . :
ON saCe about half price
Inexpensive' Iace Curtains
NOTTINGHAM and SCOTCH ; NETS Jn Whits and
Regular $3.50 .
Regular $5.00 '
Regular "$7XQ 'i"yA'
Sal Price, $ .CD
Sals Price, $13
Sale Price, $1.75
Sals Pries. t:.C3
- Sals Price, t:.:3
Sats Pries, tt.C3
EDGINGS 1 to 6 Inches wide; regylar, 15c to 25c yard; sale price. .10c
1 to 6 Inches- wide; regular, 20c to 35c yard; sale price.... 15c
1 to 6 inches wide; regular, 30c to 40c yard; sale price.... 20c
1 to 6inch'es wide; regular, 40c to 65c yart; saie price:.:. 30c
KID, GLOVES Elbow. length; regular, $4X0 pair sale pries... . . .$2.C3 -i
- Elbow length; regular, $30 pair; sale pries.. V......t-.r3
Elbow tenath: regular, $3.C0 pair; sale pries.... 12.Zj
" RhArr Moutar. 110: sale Dries . . . . .............. . . . 1 .C 3
SILK GLOVESElbow; length; regular, $2.C0 .pair; sals pr!:i..
t ; v. Elbow length; regular,' $1X0 pair; sals p:':i........t1.' )
Elbow lengtn; resuiar, 913 pair; sais p..:s.
' : " Short; regular,-65c pair; safe price
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Regular $10 each Sale price, $1.25
Regular,, $2.50 each Sale price, $1.75
Regular, $3.C0' eaciwSale price, $2.00
r"c ;uir;.'4X0 each Sals price, $2.90 :
Regular, 46X0 :each--Salelprice, $30 y
, Regular,' $1.50 dozen Sale
Regular, $1t75dozen Sale
Regular $2X0 dozen Sale
Regular $20 dozens-Sale
Regular, $3.50 dozenSale
:": Regular, $6.00 dozens-Sale
Regular, 10X0 dozen Sale
Keg. $1.00 do'z. " v -V-'Salf PtiSOc ;
Parasols going at Cost arid Jess
SHEETRjOS, PILI.OW CASfcS,
-PR I NT8, GINGHAMS, PERCAWES,
PORTIERES, COUCH COVERS,
;. MOs3u)To'l ETT,
i DRESS GOODS, RIBBONS,
CORSETS,' SCRIMS, LACES,;: Etc.
: Re;ulir $U3 each rrtv.
: Resular; $1.10 each" :a r
- Regular, $1.75 each ?:! 3 f..
Rejular, $25 each C:!s r
:: Re;utpr, $2.1) eth C:!: . : ,
. Resubr, 53X3 each
. Re;u!ar, Z.ZZ ea:h C;!s
Regular, $4X0 ea:h C-!s pri:
One special let cf ::o VAl :t :
. and ends. ' Pricsa frcm C1 t,
u SALE PR ICS, tZz " i
i ; y:-svftFORT.vand;HOTEL;STREE mrt0?lM - - '
FTifH occurs, as COO.COO a year 13 C
I r- Wf)B! WX HlClWril I Hill ML':- I ' Sector Meyers of Montana 'has middle of ptem glyenl ers. laborers, trzr.
r- v U i I! lr: yt WaJ.II Ml y.ll It I Introduced :;a,Wll- providing for KWj?& !n. I amrSsu t ct the col'at scwnd.coune 'ot .treatment, toreren lea and sellers cf r
to the wldoof. T. i. -- e;eca9W -T - f: aticw connsc ca-';
, who recently died or KocKy v - f ? i;;" wp " vV- - V - r iThfr cure for stuttering. is as mucu ceei ssar, i.r
,v- Mrh W Ie& for 'higher .wages -and better con- nerey-. , : : . ; ; - W i,. . f ftetfpMMl kirn: it . ta 'of' Jrrsntla? th v
; . . . ; (Mmmrin cation Jias ceen cui ou ub- VSJyuiv. ..v.-0..: v "
RPFOI ftL MAILlSERVinTb; f AR-BlJLtETI N
, Homc'andforeign DispatbUs' GiMng Wood's Mews.
to be paid
?, T. m" I0" " wWeiSe ot the Yakilja groc-
W of pinadelphia who live WfLJtvTee
the destruction 'of the equipment of
the Governor - Marshall ; notification An ' English sparrow,
i A-r cot witxa.t R 1 1 x iFTj !:r ubcst Mammemeiu. luiPiCftnuv, Torv nave ueuu ivKat ; utiA
TKewrorisiiaSnV' against Ithe iristitutev oecause.the two companies 01 bi -y
; of grand opeia houses extending fromila of tne -dead are' cohstanUy . Over 550,00 tons of grain bave been
'.-. - : . v 1 .A ... v ... . ..ti .... ,t.i irrAwn in California thi3 year out
By the collapse orftnegraE.ea ai; w frr; : ; jnoaun? aroaSu TJ-u - rCIirw. iV.nffirfent shins avail-
carrjrius sseverai young American -----
to 'three ficers are to be - sent to Europe to- able to.carry. w,ww m j
iilitary fhoola of ' MtoTme
mKa:A. ,Stewartladen .Captain T.W.T. Wtt
biasing string : ; - v V 4 with -wbeaV is 'ashore at sturgeon oa ,w Hc thp confederate
' Passed vby the house without re1 Polnt, 20 miles west of Loffalo. , Hejvas an oflw tte reaer aie
CDrtfed negative Tote. , the Panama . .? 1 artriy under 7'Mt
ina! tolls bill was mshed through! WESTERN NEWS. ' vA severe t?"L
and submitted to President Taft, the' The Montenegran colony ... of San throughout Arizona The nocK last
Senate ? having previously adopted a Framiisco rhis aslced permission to rnvemmw ai
mc.etinir in inaiananous Tesieraay vuiuu& wi"6
; people were hiirt,' some receiving sev-, houses- in a Ismail Indiana town. The
V! v."; " Injuries -:y v r-H bird had 'the entire town In a fever of
v ' Tbtre W riot at tie Women's exctteirent before f -it -. propped .the
Wilson and Marshall organization in
Jew York.' whfen ' campaign'; buttons
wrere given outJI Wcmcn fought to '
-twaMias nee h renewed in (nma, a
-bftUle. nHcg iii7 prores: near W'v
chahg.'lt "Is Af eared some of Ynai
Sfclh Kafs edi?tb fill lead ib civil war
:'-.V.-The. entire. Nlfaragi:.',h: feerl gnrri
,roi: of Leon fo ihe', n6rt!. ' of M angui
;J8 been'aThln jty a'Torce. of reoels,
- OvptOO rejculni-g were kil.
Tlle police "hhve"'arturr 1 bnt'or
; Jn3an Franc!r.'lo who has Rtoln fvr
T W (worh ; at : jewels from .weni.hT
VXflTriMep' Mvlii4 along the pmtn vita
' south of the sitn or all of whom te
conference, report passing the bill erect statue of Petar II. ... .. ' f "rnTsro to be-
Chief Justice White and Associate Lewis W. Hill.- president 01 me u iuZlU.X ntVn'ek W W Wad
Justices Lurton andean Devanter cf. Great Northern Railroad, , ha been come the bnde fr p;; taken
iTd.ii.C lilts WUll nbinm UUUliLCU iiuu v. T .
new set of; rules for equity practice Indians in Montana. He nas
in Federal ' Courts. ' "i given the name of Gray Horse.
at Jnarez. relieving the police officers Harper's Weekfy,
been place at her home, but wau-ei'. was
asigned to the Pacinc toat i una iiuo-
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n . . - afi hvk lu icmiu w. au x A An i flominn iiije ijiuyk i
The Democratic' national committee Insane asylum managersjn uiii or- ministers of the German , Lu-1!"" Xt fore el
will ask the banks ;and trust com- nia have founu tnn iae paueuis ywj tberan church at Rocky Ford. Colo..
panies throughout the country to re- ine soldier and participating in mneu" nis ife and two children died of
ceive-and transmit subscriptions to vert seem to become better mentally. poisoning. The fact that
1h' camnaiCT funds of all' three' Judge Edward -Sweeny, superintend- I his predecessor died a
tween the cable station at Carlnto and the utmost; Importance that, the pa-
. ...v. ka ni.itfAmrv i(.' tfenfa self-confidence be aroused, i He
UvUiettre- centering; No: news hvj : must,forget that it As longer possible
JTi"rLr!. J . -artovv r thA for him ta stutter. . Appropriate speech
ww",-- ."rSTr-V" .rrffiiiroceed nz very slowly from 275.000.COO acres,
W th !p tb the moreifncult: and J one acre In every
Pelersburg is saidUo have? been the adapted to suit the needs of the Indi
Sre? of a letter from, the late Mi- vidual case, gradually overcame ttaid
S?Jn which he urged a close ,unton .ity'and dissipate the language obse s
Wtween Watdi and Japan on amount siona. Correct habits of respiraUon
o7 7hi upheaval and new republic In. have to be instined. for the stutterer
oi ine upneavai ; . - , as a rule, has never learned how .to
lis?8 .-"r mr
1.4-5 second s. - - . . ..V anA wiiiin?
Continued massacres or unnsuans "-tr
of the country ii
that: the area c
,beet culturs. vcu.J c
duce all the su.-r ve :
Truman O. Palmer, la ;
Tne' subject was'an cp:ra s;',-
Benrn who . had 1c
Montenegro. Villages are being de- PO "S?n?tof?MSt .WthtV!--1
atroyed, women and children alaln.ana dWidua anrtvOM ,. .
g,r.S earned o by the ffi j "-?? -.i.". '
tryounE and bea0fu. wire o, tion,: 5?er
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Colonel I-azro Alanls, tne Jiei: an T.,Inln' which i purelj paU-.oloy.c- .
rebel commander Plarea.oan or Arc - Wr7" - T-
JAILED FOR 'PROWLING
case la question Is the rst lir.o vn f
ccptiori; to.thls generall:at:cn. 1 .
linger ' has been examine i ty r "
wll-ltnown larvEJaloHt?. tut J
. :t Can PMnlcfn ..Iff
Secretary Waiter Fisher of tbe De1 president of the Continental Buid:n?
.Tha.'' TT!tAh Ctntor .! r rirflV. .tllo ? . A . ti i - oH T wn A cRnri.ltlOn of Sail
f v ; t.wt- ,tav.,wi tA rkm wliiph was recently ciosea, is
recent killlnf? of 'James W. Rofer? in
'th- Conro. He was an ivorv no'1"4''
atd'hlF deanh war' ordered e :
isli Goveriment. He W3s killed after
weeks off chasing - throujrh African
The tTiailroad Commissroi hs fcrr-
. ed" the J Southern Pacific to dlscont'rc
Vlv a;0-opnt cliair ff charged on their
i fast tjfralns between Los Angeles apd
V .f-i' '.Ran 'r JVranclsco,. This was an extra
.; chrKq .above the regular fare.
" , ; V Covernor ; Wilson may take the
f1 fern i in California. He exnresses de
- f . liht over the Democratic situation in
; 1 Chi. Hf-of Police White has declared
, : r war qn the gamblers in San Francisco
: . now Jihe Supreme Court has refused to
- gTHTrfp Injunctions to tbe Ramblers
i .., whicjji would prevent the police from
-) ; i brpaing down f'oorr.
i ustoms Iloure omciais fn sn Fra:
'Slft.OoO worth of nDlnm n.i
SOLtdVseUed In various rald3. wh'ch
ft ; 1 TV.ara rooeBtrov tonav.
t.,M, hn Asraln chaneed its allcii-
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oust the Mojave Apache Indians from dead. He euccumbed to nearc laiiuit,
. , i 9 niror Trio 1 JI Tl V-
Cafrn McDowell reservation In An- aner a ween ul u,4J- ... r - ,
..nni Tin raw u rlospd for all let. affairs of tne loan
Hire, leaving to the red men
their ! A decided decrease in paear.
garaen spot. r,rr ic nntpri bv
raa u.amvr h. Kpw York automobile for touring.
!WS& 70 WS ,:me IHteSSSS- Mndsaj informan-
in that city at the we or .u Rosa CMU
like death had pointed to murder by
The Chicago White Sox team are
coming to California next spring for
their initial training.
A $30,000 fire in Tonapah destroyed
the Miners' exchange hill and adjoin
After four day? fighting, the rebel
troobs were unable to capture M ana-
will V TJ,,o onthArif. matron ai OaUW xwoa, " r ,.5ij CtoUo mar HPS
A I M.SKU L1IK X AUU OC OULUV.A" .... . m 1 n . 1.1 I ' Tl 1 T f 1 1 diaiCD
in?,he"le by -the government of nave been landed to protect America,,
the acreage and timber belonrin? o; '"hptere thrown interests.
ored Dy tne nun-
hich will enfran
the Fiv Civilized Tribes In un-:' r"" ' " t,c.w . a hill is to-be fav
homa. It is valued at $500,000. ! a TT S Geologist after examining ' gnrian Koverriment w
The legislative, executive and judi-i .. A JS:; tn vx-oq ha fiiir.P Xfl.009 women w
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irnrfor the rebel-forces.
It Is raid tb at Lord 'and Lar Deoie3 ;
pre greatly disappointed at having a j
d3uehter instead of a Fon . I ,..fc.u nM 4.;,s(fl7w9. Mn.i redden during the act. ; j u :
in ine , it-wr'-I''Z-UtTate his faculty he E.r.-3
ariftllT llinn DDCPllQCQ ftr. Urfct has been thrown ca t
The proceeds or,gamDimg in uie ; f'i--. -T;7l .'i. 'slrate t Is faculty te E.r.-3
vJiou.casinos of France urin the tenced.to; spend tw
last five years amounted to nearly the county jail bv Judge volce.Unfortanatelr, when tha l-r;
this morning on a charge of vegcy, ,tuJ .
An aonalling amount of damage was preferredvby a "preseniaiiye-or tu singing produce 1 .with
hv thP recent Parhnake in tbe Judd fatoiiy wnp' aeciarea uhu . ;n.lf. -n(f the --tl
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rial annrnnriatioii Dill, vetoea Dy ine. . . ... . j
' - roiinrfcn nrn eiiiu ue vmi.i. v . j . - ,
President and again passed by the, ,,,,, wife of San Fran- , and holders of the tiue oi"'a
ho must le prop
erty owners, proprietors of businesses:
Hie ui ut wis.
an h.ngnsu 3i
iJ"..c-- , nOW inai BlCJtfCH ir-i-;n
, arrived in. tne iou. iouowmg us
':. J' SC Cuation by Orozcd and the rebels.
S E, r j-.? 'eastern ihews.
r Ci'' Vhen Roosevelt in one of his first
itical speeches was asked, "How
lout Taftl" be replied "I never dis
jpr dead issues.
Unus. Is before the Senate, and in' . J' .., ,,i ri a. thpir auto- i J H. Taylor
case of a second veto, Congress will which turned turtle. Mrs. "won the lone distance amateur swim
be unable to adjourn this week. 1 5a-on suffering terrible agonv. beg- niing championshln f En",an 5
In a message to Congress concern-j J' fa ' husanJ to shoot her. but be- dimming five nines and ixt aros
irxr thQ PKnurn rri hill Taft sii2- ? uvl , " v -oo fnrori tn irt iy & hmir five minutes and seven
tests that free passage Je granted to i ,.co hr sufferins: till fbe died, and two-fifths ier onus
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be passed permitting foreign nation
to test the legality of the provision
tr-3 United States courts. WrX) and te stockholders' renresenta-
Fhe committee appointed by Gov-!t;Ves of the "Moc-tt road." it was
cror Harmon to consider legislation! repd that Erb and his arsociates
afecting children in the State, re- should oontrol the road. It is taid that
ited W J5 U" I suffering tilffbe died, and two-fifths leronds.
desultory core? pond
wives left at hone.
A Vepnelin airshit,. to be ronme
r., i 1p the firs airship tr
ported suggeslting pensions for wi-j thfk vwill ultimately extend the road to be adopted for use
in the German
dowed mothers k and compulsory mea- gnjt iVe Citv.
ical inspection of school children.
i An infiis-on of tre blood of
A resolution is before the House; youne rabb'ts wa? trie :n tbe
for a committee cf five
to investi-i0v n small los Angeles bov xvb0 v:n.z toi
rh'p first aerophne tnn "rom Paris
rioriin ttt 'e by th Swis
p,imnni 4ndemars. Me maae
Judd fatoiiy wnp aeciarea inai . iaB. ffi , . tJj5t woaU cct . r.
rerfon about the Seat of Marmora, not accused had been in. the hahU-or loiu . th n of cocaine. : The c :
far from Contantinople. ering about the premises or Mrs. Ag . . tth double voice makes it '
o nes Jndd and that on Sunday evening fQr to ,mItate ; varies I" '
TO PRESERVE THE REAL he was caught in the room of one of mentg Xs thisVossbf mimetic a: .1
RED MAN IX PLASTER the servants. V "jslso ventriloouistr have already I
; The servant was out at the time and jgtudI,d ; protablr with ra2?o-r3-': j.
WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug. 20. Be- Nakafiara tesUfied that he had comej the tnought'lay near to'use'hiV
cause the pure-blooded American In- for his washing, and, finding the er- nPetic resource In the present rlect.
dian is disappearing and the types vant out, had climbed in through the e sl2LZrzvri rhowed en'ush to sr
known to western settlers will soon window. Attorney A. F. Judd was w j - that the double voice -i
have vanished, the national museum nave prosecuted tne case uui w;prodnced by tne fimniTxneoi "u-i
la preparing to make masks and prevented from doing so by Jhe illness 0r the vocal chard 3 nd -epicloasli.
busts of members of the different re- of Judge Hart welL - 1 - ' - Others have snzgested, tb tbe eJj'J.
maining tribes. Frank Mlcka. a ew J?L ( voice might, nave been proaua y
lOrK SCUipior, nas ueen wuiiuioaiv- rjmUVf in Ur DtLI
ed to get the masks and busts, ana
will cfinn take nn the work in tbe
west, beginning in Nebraska. ( Although the grcifangarDeeU,
,s i0 nt from which more than half ;of (all the
idis is n. m suar used in the world ia now: extract-
the Bishop Museum, nonoiuiu, wmcn .-v b encouraged for a century - " .T. - - - . ;
twenty years ago had groups of statu- S . m SJr TTTO '..itf OBBT.OWXSPDED v
aijr u:uC 7"" . " :r years ago that It began to be senousiy
Hutchinson, sculptor, illustrating the attempted ta tjie United States, and
ancient life of the Hawaiians. only withIn the past decade has it ris-
. . " . , , . . , r ' en to' a position of commercial Import
THE STUTTERING CHILD lance. How rapid the growth of.the in-
dustry has been In recent" years is
For many years the school author- shewn by the Increase in the amount
i cifina Edward, one oi - "tl,, . ,:.: u-. ri-i,o v. v isr r,vor) ' A hand of 4 -0 rereis va
nrt.hrase.-:Msarsius.i ! ti, nont ts Wine for men f th rtrPAt. railways in an attempt to rapinre "
P. rri iifi ium
of the Ftret railways
for i-.pin votine on a strike. If the vote from Dourlas. Arizona
lilVd Montenegro.1 such -"hat inspectors" will be; held in carrie, 14,000 men will walk out
0!inuwu,---- -- , )( lhe government -is looKing ior i
:Jac:i"w heen aprnint- used in the army. Examinations
ities of certain European countries of sugar produced from ceeis. wnicn
have conducted special schools for the has grown from 72,000,000 pounds ta
benefit of stutterers. These are of 1899 to nearly 1,200,000.000 pounds in
several types, some conducted during the present year, an increase of over
the summer, others utilizing an after- 1600 per cent
school hour, and still others taking At the present time the beet sugar
complete charge of the pupil until ne Industry is esiamisnea in Bevemer-
lis cured All these are wondertuiiy states, wun Reyemj-oue iwn .
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish entertained atsuccessful. As a rtile recovery is com; operation ana nu u,
ler than 100 miles
LVhfghlv tawrbable tMt it-raa ;ba
prb1ired bv the vocal cords ane. A:
the vibrations canno be" fn. tVir
cturat Ion , Hro?t remairt conjeqtun t-rC
Sieaicaj.Kecora. ,. '
TO WFATIV DISEASE XI
SACRAMENTO; CaU Aug. 29.-San-ta
Crux and Riverside were placed up
on te map in the offices of the stat?
board cf health today as places where
Infantile paralysis, the dreaied poU
myctlltis. has made AU appearance.
One case1 was reported from Santa
Cruz and two from RIverslda. To data
no legs than 298 cases" have been re
ported id the state this year out cf
whfch fifty-two child victims Vhavr
made up the death toll, most of thes:
' being in Los Angeles. ;
, t - ?-!:i.r to