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Our Lace pepartrneni oyr. (jjove Pepartment, our Fancy Goods and Notion Pepartments have all outgrown theii- present
The stock is all rand new and recently to hand, as we had no idea o closing o a few days ago.
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Surrfn's ICnife by. Lydla
Hcrndore. Ohio. "The first two Tears '
I vtls married I suiTered bo much from -
hefiriny rfown naln J
on my feet Idnei"
enouvh to do i my
work.' . The '$ocbr
Eud i would have to
undergo an opera
tion, but my husband
wateo. rne xo uy f
first: took three ;
it omeell and strong a
and I tvc;-cd- creaflful operatn. 1 a
now have two fine healthy children; and a
I ciot say tcocuch about what Lydia .a
E. Pinkhaa'a Vegetable Compound haa 1 a
done for me." Mrs. Lee RANGES, ja
t. J-. AU. WvHaaore, VulO. if
vVhywill women take chances with ah'
ooeration cr draff out a sicklv. half-l
CI the joy of livinsr. when they can find I
hth inYrdiaiL Pi'nVhi-aV
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For thirty years it haa been the stand-
:ard remedy for'female ills, and I hjre.
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who have been troubled with such ail
; tnents as displacements, I inflammation,
ulceration, tumors, 'irregxlafitiesV'etc.-
'r It tou trant special ad-rice mite to
XxdiaCrinkham Hediciae Co. (cgnfl
- dcntial) Lrnn, Hass. four letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
Kenan and held la itrlct confldeAce
MIL n fcrl rfli I S nil V-T-
Y - pRar'TllRP Qtltl 1 . nice'
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, ;'-""'' -fV.-'V ' - 1 tnem, is In the ; nature of political
hone SUr-tiulletin.)! blackmail, the purpose of which is to
- 'V-o ErS..? CKS' August) punish, coerce, or intimidate me be
" i95116 V alter. ? Krause. Troop .cause of my political course.
, E. FifUx cavalry, while on patrol duty) "The statemeht that there is any
Y-' ysterflarttprnlng.; .fell, from the. top connection hetwn th TnHtri!
- - d. an embankment near the target!
range,, a cisiance or reet, and frac
' tured his skull; dying in the post hos-
ital at 6 o-'clock last evening. Funeral
services were; held at 11:30 o'clock!
.' thlS mornittfi. .'ChaDlaih Pmden 'Offici-
ating1 and ' the remains were sent to
Honolulu for shipment to Milwaukee,
Wis., the' home of Krause'c parents,
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HAVE DECIDED TO QUIT
. A crowded store and want
A C IfVTk T in Tffi 1ft V'
P "LH S Hn 53 Rg!the RepublicanVS
f 5 HbA -d g Pennsylrania'and
What amounts : to a practical w publican national
tt denial of any connection with the.
a Roosevelt-Standard Oil ; contro. a
a Yersywas made this' morning-by a In full charge qtC the State campaign
a Secretary of State Knox: aand I was, every Week, InJNew Vjrk,
a - 'An. Associated Press 'djspatQh a In !close touch'with jnany phases of
a received here stated 'that Roose- a, the national campaign.
a velt. in an open letter, denies the a
a alleged statement of Secretary .a
a Knox that Roosevelfs campaign a
vuiuuuuu,Kvn;is w vuiicijuu
a were written to clear the rec- U
ThIs 8t017 was forwarded by Ut
ill ' pccrewiry rxvwu uj
iae ABBuciaiea rress correspona- ,
a ent here, and this morning while a j
H unwilling to discuss the situation a-
a at any length, the creiry au- a-
a fhftri701 t Vl A tnMn-mintr lirlaf of o ff
n meut of his position, ' He said: ' W
: as I have made no statement a
a concerning correspondence; be. a
a tween Mf. Roosevelt and Mr: Hnf- a!
telxou;ony ubiectrand have aUf W.'miVs trewW and as epre -
aufhorized no one to make a a'senting the Republican national com-
statement for me you must ex- a' mittee for the amount of 1100,000
.puke me from discussins the sub-6; C25.000 Spent on Quakers.
.tect'.; ri.. a "The coptribution of 125.000 receiv-
g88ttaan a;cd by me as chairman of "the Repwbli -
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.. BECAJTE li'VQLVED .
. H rwr fhA m a n 4 i f
wltjT r . oecreiary ivnox
invoivea in tne startling 1
uu wuuvci-uinrgcB iiuneu Dyi
Senator Penrose at Poinni RnOOVou
and hy Roosevelt back t Pnmn w 1
told today In newspaper dispatches ar-
it1 w wippemenung
wo v"e news. 11 appears tnat
the coujse of the Penrose charges be
fore the Senate Investigating commit
tee on August 21, he said this: ,
"Certain letters from John D. Arch
bold, addressed; jo me, have recently
been published land n effort has been
m1a Tr ACtahlleh a v I
tween the work1 of the Industrial Com-1
mission,1 of which I was a member.
and an alleged letter purporting to in-
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riosa x?5nnn W inh
"Their publication now, with the
malignant insinuations accompanying j
Commission and a certain check from
John D. Archbold Is false, malicious
and without justification,
Explains $25,000 In Letter,
I now come to the letter alleged to
havp hon vrlttpn tn mo' hv Tr,r Tt
Archbold, inclosing a certificate of de- 1!
posit 'in "my favor for 25,000, written 's
under date or October 13, 1904.
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of room generally
I "i cave reason 10 jreneve rioainajf
letter ia a forgery, and
V-was1 well known, that during the Pres-
uuit it ib uuct auu
i4enfial campaign of 1904 I did ro-
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celTe uch a contribuUon from Mr: tfie
the campaign, in Penatinie
"I was at the time the chairman
Vpenting that State. I was at the Re
publican headquarters in'PhiladelpUiar:'
Archbold Give Up $125,000. ' ;
Mr. John D.vArchbold-had several
interviews with .Cornelius N. Bliss,
UEOBUtci ML iud ucyuwuvau uauuna
committee, and with me relative to '
financial assistance in the campaign,
"Finally we came to an understaLd
mg oy wmcn Mr. Arcnuoia maao a
contriDution or $lzo,uuu, or wmcn
$100,000 was to go to Mr. Blis3 as
treasurer of the Republican national
committee for the national Presiden
tlal tgnvnotlrn q nf tonratr- vonf a.
and 125,000 td be contributed to me as
Btate cnainnan Tor the campaign ?n
"Mr 1 AiKrtif Mfiatvoii Yick -rcfaint
wu put it; wmiuiuee vi rcuj8Htt'a
was expenaea in- tne rresiaeuuai
campaign rIn that State. -
The result was a majority of over
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500.000 Xln Pennsylvania for Roose-
velt and a delegation which was all 1
the exception of
"AftPr thA pWHnn I rpcpived a let-
ter Xm ReveU
warm and heartfelt thanks.
Tho ,.n,.i,i ffrt0 tA tnirpnrA.i
sent that transaction, which at thel
Jime was entirely legal and proper,'
lo'rvniir f .rof.n.,. of fw a
tion : pPnnsvIvania to break me'
A'Ila ni.k, nntr
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nr,,.,inC rotv,a of vpUow im,r.
pal ism '
"Mr WilliauuFIinn of this unsavory!
mhir,QH v,00 rr,or?o o fnrtnnp n,it !
?.f croke mPa
tl?,e corrupt control of
of crooked municipal contracts audi
cils and State Legislatures. I
"Mr E A Van Valkenburg editor
of the Philadelphia 'North American; i
was arrested and indicted for bribery
in my first Senatorial contest In 1896
ori iv ccr.o r.nvirtinn thrniurlii
the leniency of Senator Quay and on
Quay and on
,000 tor costs
'nd for other
the payment cf about $10
for lawyers.' detectives and
Airrwincac nf nrncanuf inn . .
Flinn Seeks Quay's seat.
On thP dPathrr Spnator Ouav in
r,rv , r.n;i i A i a o t t
1 ,7 r, 111. 1 illlll LfT CL lie a. v (uiui. ( '
uceed him in the United States Sen-
has compelled us to
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In Philadelphia ' during a discussion
tania, 4 and .to me; 14P.9.0.Q.9:.'pt eyen
$2,000,000 ov (avor. his ambitionand
I TThe offer, was : declineji and we re-
6uayV ' Mrl Klhor subsequently was r
elected bv the iCeidslaiure for the full
terrn. .f - r
appointment and election and
re;sign'aoi) an appointment to the
cabinet occurred with the full knowl-
edge and ac.quiescense of Mr. Roose-
plinn $till Covets 'Toga.
(l J JiUU Q 1.111 UC9I1 .U fcO IU lilt
United States . Senate. His friends
openly avpw his ambition, and hiJ aoj
tiYll fof Roosevelt and the reforms
to wmcn ne nas recently, oecome a
he has recently become a ,j
conyert are prompted Dy tins aesire.
be to the best interests1 of the shlp-
F linn in Hot . Reply. ' ; '
:ACtef having " this statement by
HuniAoA KtAndrnt i Vila iff Aril tvn
,i cnauenge hs oi ihb Buccessursajy v 3eua.i.vrvujr, .? ana; torcea on 1 earovse . aemgnsiiws - '..ri II II ii hi
at. tne nm . ii -num. a. lieimcucan iF.auei in reuusvi-i nnminor nn nr Arrnnn n nn .Tn inrpr '
Flfnh on the night of August 21 madeto 'knoW how Penrose could be con
public the folldwing statement: Urolled withoiit the necp?sitv of hnvlne
"The newspaper reports of Senator ggj1 wunout e necesl-ty r bu?ing
Pptitorp's nonfpsslon of faith andi - t ,
, other things have been read to me.I
and In it he makes two references to
jmy alleged efforts to obtain an ap-
ipointment to the United Stajes Sen-
ate as successor, to Senator Quay.
. "First, as r understand it; he al-
leges mat i sujut tuc auijpun ui i
John D. Arcnooia tor tne appoiniraent
iand quotes what purports to be an
Exchange of telegrams between Arch-
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doiq ana mysen on u;e suujeci
Penrose Loses m Fight.
Vben the Senatorial vacancy oc-
irurrd in 1904 a practically solid He-,
publican delegation in the Assembly
pxnressine hia'from Alleghany county and a large
iiraiorlty from western fennsyivania
favored my selection to succeed Quay,
'"Penrose was in favor of Oliver,
Heb was not allowed to name his
man fnr the aDDointment of Knox wasi
fprpnri hpld in
the offices of the Pennsylvania Rail-
mad in Philadelohia by President A.
J. Cassatt. Henry Ulaw ptick ana tor-
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mer senator uon uaraeron, ine iaiier
two representing the corporations In
this State and the big interests in
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Under the oiu system m rennsji-
vania no senator nas ueen cnt-1 1
from this State without the O. K. of
the Standard Oil and the Pennsyl-
"Well, I'm Good Goesser."
"if thP tPlez'rams which Penrose
read in the Senate are genuine, they
show that I made a pretty good guess
as to who would dictate the appoint-
nient to succeed Quay and alt?o that
read in the Senate are genuine
nient tn BlirrPPH UUflV ana IllbO I Udl
Archbold and his associates were r-
nosed to me. notwithstanding the
hoiino tha Minn
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of the state whici wa -eded to De
t entitled to the senatorship.V;
UjG. 20, 1912.
DRES GOQS IN
take this action. Our
I vThe . fact that a sel ection .was made
ests which Jturned down-my uappolnti
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yVSecond, Penrose-alleges thatri of.'tg 0f Kalmukl will be settled by
feredv $1,000,000 or- $2.00O,00O-' to him i2Ait- -nnVh; -trnn ,L
and to Israel Wl)urham w thVlat
now bemg deadend unable to testify fff
to favor my appointment' to thel mfe?nS
Thinks He Would Take It
'Taken In tounection with my pur
rose's' allegation disproves itself from
efetttf fit ? - a &1 i ti 1
"Fif stIf Penrose could have sold
the ' senatorshlp for such a' feum,r his
?ff? i1" 18 fnci
L u ' lT V - iXT"CT
money and delivered the' gbodi:
''-Second-The appointment of Knox
at the dictation of Archbold; Frlck,
rose' did riot, have "the senatorshln fn
h?a hinds' r dianose nf; : v "
' "Thiyd The very allegation that I
solicited Airchboid'8 support and re
quested' the Standard 'Oil chief to give
orders to his man Penrose in my be-
half, indicates that I was wise enough
p Sam to rapport
me for senator and never discussed
he matter with' them
QAHU COLLEGE FACULTY
RESTHCfU.SE AT KAHALA
Members of the faculty of Oahu
College are having a grand time this
vacation, irt relays at the, Kahala
beach resthouse presented to the in -
stitution by K C. Jones. Besides the
renovatea oia nouse. wnn accom mo -
uaiuu im ai fisuoi mcic
roofed lanai about thirty by forty feet
in dimensions where the guests
spend most of their time when not
out exploiting natures charms.
Since the place wa3 cined it has
also harbored children convalescing
from illness. Mrs. Fitts, wife of the
principal 01 x-uimuuu r.ca.u.,,
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... l ,v.n i ront f rnm a aiovn
a iuacu iucic ui-l . ".'unibe nu na-mus uuc jsc uiuiui,
in hospital. of No. 33 North Vineyard street, as
This seaside retreat has cost Mr., co-respondent. The date of the al-
Jones about $200 in purchase of the.tegrd offense is given as August. 20.
grouna leasenoiu auu m impiutc-
menis. ne oougai oui it icibc iui icu
years of four lots, originally made to
C. H. Brown, and having it canceled
on surrender took a lease of two lots
for eight years and four months be -
ginning Mav 1 of this year. The les-
sors are the trustees of the Liliuoka-
lani Trust, with whom are joined the
trustees of the B. P. Bishop estate a3
reversioners and successors of title
leiMUHCIa ilMU fUClWSUlS Ul
air. msnop assigned me new lease 10
me college trustees. The ipo is
i.2.",0 a vpar. the lfsspp to nav the
1 e cusi ui uuuiug ine ioau
tc the lots.
business has grown
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The-Quinn-Ptingle quarrel, repre
hting the -''contentidnV.pf ' the;-l5emoi
: Tt, ;;mmft 1 fnnfl ftim Cln
matter " of the precinct club election
neither tQnina or pringle had observe
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There will be ; a - meeting of .v the
members of the Democratic-club: of
I the seventh of the fourth at the :resL
dence of' J. A.. Lawelawe tomoxrow
evening at 7:30. : Election
gates. -' ' . X:'V. h''"
The Democratic ITl1j-aLJhe; Fifth
precinct of the Fourth distri
hold a meeting at the : residence of
Swift destruction of ?the'lareRind
penates in the home V ef RusselF a.
I Martin, of Fort Shatter, bringing a
climax to the couples honeymoon
L.rlv falt fniinwi tar h
ta, new record established In the. ser-
vice of divorce petftlons, three bein?
. served on the husband ana wire
s,iue ui iweiuy-uve mmuies.
The couple were married July t,
1911. Two of the petitions were
served today on the husband, charg
ing him with deserting his wife in
October and failing thereafter to dvo-
vide her maintenance. The third was
a counter petition, served on Lily
Jiarun, cnargmg per wuu a smiuiory
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jumc muic mau uwmu nuui mc
uoj uu unu mi. s. iuamu
, Lecame man and wife,
- The first petition was filed May 23
t by Mrs. Martin. The second; the
. husband's counter petition was filed
yesterday morning and the third.
Mrs. aiarnn s peuuon, repealing nei
former charge of desertion, was filed
At 12:20 p. m. the first petition was
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utes later the wife s second petition
was lead to him. Twenty minutes
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later his counter petition was serredfrom her and compelled : to '-pay co
on the wife.
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tomorrow evening to ;ncu:..:... ; ;
fates to the district anj ccty c
entlons. ' V " ,
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v Following hfs late advestur-i v, :,:
the Businessmen's Ticket, Jc.l:n Y,
has returned to the Kuhlo f cl J. I
the Hawaii Homolua, cf wMch b I
editor, , he " declares that LI r.'.: : : :
Candless has no chance; V. t:.
Home Rulers have none, and th-t V
only 'f salvation of the Hawaiian 1
4to vote for Kuhio, who, hs declar
will be elected, delegate with rr. o r
votes than ever before. .
filmed on . "Scapbox" ITirrr"'
ticket, - as candidate for Tr
Col. C .J.: McCarthy declares th-.r !:
is the nrsf he has heard cf thj i
tended honor 'aciT hastens to deci;
it- While, he did net "say 3,
friends say that Col. McCarthy r. ,
candidate for Senator. '
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Among the arrivals on ; the M: r.
churla tW3rnorning4Twas''E. A. Ecx:c,
representing the Department of A;r
culture, who will have charge of the
Federal -campaign against the fmii
fly in Hawaii. T Soon after leaving the
ship Mr.TJack wai joined by Dr. Mar
latt, FJrst Assistant Chief or the De
partment, who arrived here yesterday
to look oyer conditions here. - With
Albert4 Waterhbuse' member of ..the
Territorial Board ' of Agriculture and
Forestry, the - two officials made a
tour about the outlying' fruit district
this morning", . . ' V '
Women are to vote in the New York
State primaries of the . progressive ,
(-party and are to be sent as delegates
tn the state convention. State Chair,
man Hotchkhs eo Instructed cocnty
chairmen. r . - :- "r;,,:
Attorney BJugene Alu appears as
the wife's attorney In filing the first
petition, and T. M. Harrison filed her
second paper. Atlorney Clem Quinn
represents the busbancL! r i VV
Judge Whitney tCr3ar took 'cogni
zance of Mrs. Mart in'-second peti
tion and has issued an order to . t r
husband, ordering him to appear I
Court -Saturday :- morning to she
cause why he should not be divorc
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