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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, SEPT. 9, 1912.
Rw h mianiainn af a word the Intent of a testator O
can be ditregarded and a beneficiary financially Injured. The
brains of the beet legaf talent In the city is at the command of M
our TRUST DEPARTMENT, and free to those who name us Q
- i tk. mIk n( twill.
as executor, In the preparation of wills.
OUR OEPOSIT VAULTS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE IN THE
PRESERVATION OF THE DOCUMENT WITHOUT CHARGE.
HAWAIIAN TRUST C0.i Ltd. 8
923 Fort Street
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. ; It takes more thin the sugflestion to keep cool these days. It
really can be done only with an
Just attach it to the chandelier in place of a lamp. It uses
less current than a 16-eandlepower lamp.
We have thsm comptete from
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
. SCKOOL CLOTHING ;
Ve have everything for the scho olboy. , Bring him In, and let us fix
up. You will be satisfied, and' so will hek
. Canton .Dry Goods Co.,
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and you will realize that it is superior
to butter or. lard for all cooking.
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BERKELEY, Cal.', Sept. What
may turn out to be a fatal accident
occurred here late today when F,'H,
Lewis of Honolulu was severely In
jured and hi v niece, Miss Barra
clough, probably fatally hurt. Five
others were more or less injured, bat
Mr. Lewis .and his party were in
an automobile and in crossing the
railroad tracks in this city was struck
by a train. The machine was de
molished and it was seemingly only
a miracle by which all in It were not
for the Far East this afternoon on 'the
Pacific Mail SteamshiD Company liner
Nile were missionaries returning . to
posts in China, which they were oblig-
ea iO auauuua uunug ujb retuiuuuu.
Roland G. Garros, the aviator, yes
terday eclipsed the old world's record
for altitude by about 2460 feet, ascend
ing in a monoplane. Garros went up
16,240 feet At this height the rarlfied
atmosphere caused his' engine to stop
suddenly. The aviator had to volplane
to theftground. "
Dr. L. F. Baker of Johns Hopkins
University rushed on a special train to
Bar Harbor, to attend Mrs. John R:
McLean, wife of the owner of the Cin
cinnati Enquirer and of the Washing
ton Post, who is desperately ill in her
summer home there.
To the Advertiser ;
; Andrew; Carnegie , has closed all
"public houses'! ' in ' th vicinity , of
Sklbo Castle. They have been open
for generations, but all have gone
out of business at the command - of
the Steel King. . ' ; v '
Bombs loaded with deadly 'explos
ives were found in three tenements
in New York today, one in the lower
West Side, and two on the East
Side. Philip Sanders picked up the
first bomb as he-was entering the
fifteen-family brick' housei No. 420
West .Thirty-fifth street, about dawn.
Sanders flung what he thought was
a package, of rubbish from the hall
way Into the street. A deafening ex
plosion followed, Sanders ' being
knocked senseless. He recovered to
find a dense crowd gathered around
the . house. Bombs were - discovered
in several different i tenement houses.
The wave, of anarchism whiqh seems
rampant . now on the . East Side is
causing - terror among thousands of
tenement house . dwellers. . j - -
' The special- train carrying Colonel
Roosevelt and : a party 1 of newspaper
men is due in San Francisco on - the
evening1 of September 14, next Satur
day, on which date the ' Colonel will
speak in .the Auditorium.
' ' The report that Vice-President
Sherman - is in. an, -alamingjypoor
physical condition, and that he may
be pbliged on account of -ill health
to decline the renomination for the
vice-presidency, was authoritatively
nied here tonight by Harry A. Deven
dorff, ; Sherman's private secretary.
When the .voters of Maine ' go to
the polls Mohdky to elect a governor,
a nev? Legislature and four Represen
tatives to . Congress, Maine . will be in
the center of the political spotlight,
and the result, whatever it may be,
is ' sure to be hailed by one side or
the other as a certain forecast of the
result next November. r ; '
Mrs.' Helen M.: Moore, wealthy and
widely known throughout Massachu
setts, is today s the bride of her
cousin, Charles S. Buffumf, who made
a', fortune in Salem.; Mrs. Moore is
sixty-eight years old; her spouse is
seventy-seven years. At the wedding
last night Miss Nina Moore, a grand
daughter ."of the bride, was brides
maid. -. . -. .
KOW IOCATED lid: READY
. FOR BUSINESS
; . Sharp Signs
.V - Phone 1697
TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter
"According to. an Interview with.' Dr.
Gaston Odin, of Londan, by the Paris
correspondent of the ; Budget, the
eminent European. histologist has dis
covered a cancer antitoxin. He ad
mits that he .can not tell, ' without
further experiments, whether it - is :a
preventive or a curative, but he has
isolated the amib or cancer microbe
and has discovered a serum " which
I - .
An official warning from Washing
ton has been sent to Nogales to
Leader Emillo Sampo that United
SUtes citizens or their - property must
not be molested. The message was
sent today by courier, through Vice
Consul Bowman , of Nogales, Mexico,
opposite thls city.
; Brigadier-General 'Almond B. Welt
U. S. A. (reured), died m his nome
in Geneva, N. Y., today. He had been
in ill . health for the last two years.
He was born in New York, June 16,
1842, and at the outbreak of the Civil
War enlisted in the union Anny.
For the invention of apparatus for
alleviating human suffering, two or
fleers of the United States army
corps, Major Paul S. Halloran and
Cantain Henrv L. Brown, formerly of
the First Reserve Hospital in Man
ila. P. :L. have each received prues
amounting to $505.05 from the fund
established by Empress Marie Feo
dorowna. of Russia, to reward those
who benefit humanity by the intro
duction of painless healing methods.
Mount Maeelk was the volcano
which created all of the1 commotion
this summer and which, was credited
to Katmai, according to William A.
Hesse, a well known civil engineer
who was In the Iliamma country near
Katmai, Alaska, when the eruption
He savs the two mountains are still
in eruDtion. and expressed the belief
that the vapors generated by their
warmth have caused the unusual
rains this summer up . and down the
President Taft told the delegates to
the Atlantic peeper Waterways Con
vention that no individual should allow
his own selfish interests or his per
sonal ambition to lead him to climbing
into power over someone else.
"We should not forget our true re
lation to our fellowmen," he said, "nor
the obligations we owe' to those who,
as individuals, make up the body pol
When J. P. Morgan takes the stand
before. Senator Clapp's committee in
vestigating campaign contributions he
will be questioned not only about cam
paign,; contributions of 904 - and ,1908,
but also about any possible connec
tions between contributions from 1900
to 1912, and any legislation in Congress.
Final plans for the funeral of Lieut
Gen. MacArthur were made last night.
The funeral will be held at 10:30
o'clock Monday morning, and inter
ment will be in Milwaukee:
Mrs. MacArthur is better tonight.
but her physician is stilt in constant
Aa a means of forcing the Italian
government ' to make representations
in Washington in behalf of Joseph Et
tor and Arturo GiovannittL the Law
rence, Mass., strike leaders confined
there on a charge of murder. Syndi
calists throughout Italy are today or
ganizing' a monster general strike to
paralyze all Industries throughout the
The condition of Wm. G. Irwin, who
has been ill since his return recently
from Honolulu, is reported as much
President Taft has approved of the
dismissal sentences -; imposed upon
Capt Jacques de la Fitte,- of the Sev
enth Infantry, stationed in the Presid
io of Monterey, 'and Captain Reese of
Philippine Scouts. . ,
" -' :v:-.;- .." : ..,. ' ,
Lincoln Johnson of the San Francis
co Y. M. C: A: established a new
Pacific Coast record foiVrthe 440 yards
jlashlast night in, the Southern Call-
cornia swimming tournament. John
son's time was 5 minutes, 513-5 sec;
onds, or three-fifths of k: second better
than the previous coast-record, ; held
by Ludy. Langer of- Redpndo beach.
MADE HER WELt WOMAN'
Mrs. W. P. Valentine qf Camden, N.
J says: "I suffered with pains in my
back and side, sick headaches, no ap
petite, was tired and nervous all the
time. Lydia: E. - Pinkhatn's Vegetable
Compound made me a well woman and
wish other Suffering women would
avail themselves of thitf: valuable 'rem-:
-For nearly forty years Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has
been the standard remedy for female
ills, and nd sick woman does herself
justice who will not ,;try this famous
medicine, made from roots and herbs.
AT PEARL HARBOR
i . "-"". (
The Senior, Junior and Freshmen
oarsmen or the Heaiam ciud were
the guests of James Jaeger yesterday
on a run to Peart Harbor in the fast
power yacht Kulumanu .11. The cre'w
men left Honolulu harbor at about; 9
o clock, and put ina "very pleasant
day afloat and ashore, landing at the
Peninsula to enjoy a Jine spreaa tnai
had been carried, along to satisfy out
door appetites. 'f;iy7:?:: -xU'
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, ah aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Ayers non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong ionic for
the weak. A 5
fmtni by Dr. J. C. Ayr k Cwfl, Mm-, 0. A.
You may say this after
inspecting our mjlk depot
on Sheridan street, and
the same absolute clean
liness prevails ,at all of
Compare our: scientific
methods ' with the f ordi
nary - milk seller's, and
you will at once under
stand the ' reason for our
satisfied customers. -
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALU
THE CENTER OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY THAT ENTERTAINS
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
Black Velvet, Black Satin, Patent, Dull
Calf , Tan Calf - , - 03.50 a Per?
1 A :
mm mm fmim
fish Sets .-,
Cake Sets. . .
Tea Sets :
Single or 'by the Dozsji
Cups and -Saucers
Etc. Etc., Etc, '
Everything at about Half Price
Sale Starts, Tuesday, September 3rd
.E. O. Hall ':&Bxmbf-
Household Dept. Cor. King and Fort S to.
r 1H moi xo ns Sni wjjof LSI f 481 s
8JB3 ifljM dn apis wBij s
Union-Pacific JraesferC. :
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sift Aq paipuq t
STAR-BULL S. 75 PER WW
More than half of the 136 passen
gers who sailed from San Francisco