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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 7, 10
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All visiting members of the
ord-r are cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No.
616, B. P. O. Elks.
meets in their ball, on
King St., near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting Brothers are
cordially invited to at
A. E. MURPHY. E. It.
H. DUNSHEE, Sec
Meet on the 2nd
and 4 th Mon
days of each
month at K. P.
Hall, 7:30 p. in.
I Members of oth-
Marine Enalneers' er Associations
Beneficial are cordially in-
Assoclation vited to attend.
WK, XeKlNLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
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fta inn 9nA mnA Attt flfn.
'VjVA mvwm vtva atm ym uatiu- i
''HI &T venln at 7:39 o'clock is j
K. pf P. Hall, cor. Fort and
BeretanU. Visiting brother'
eodlAlIy Invited to attend.
, A. F. GEBTZ.C C
F. F. KILBEY, K. R. ft.
nOKOLULD AERIE Hfl. F. 0. E.
N Mstfst on fiArnnrl an1 tVwtrtl
Wednesday evening of eact
month at 7: SO o'clock. Ir
X. of P. Hall, corner Fori
and BereUnla. Visiting brothers art
invited to attend.
- - WM. JONES, W. P.
J. W. ASCII, Secy.
OATTiHAK TRIBE AO. 1, L 0. B, JL
VI Meets every first and third j
,?,! ' ' Tuesday of veech month - In
T V Fraternity Hill. I. O. O. F
'- A building. Vhitlng brother
i Vl C SOUSA, Sachem.
LOUIS A. PERRY. C'of R.
H0X0LULU LODGE 50. $
. : L. O. 0. JL
will meet in - Odd Fellows building,
Fort atxeet, pear King, every Friday
evening at 7: JO o'clock.. -
. yialttn J)nptnert cordially Invited
19 UlCfiQ. -
AMBROSE J. WIRTi Dictator.
JAMES, W; LLOYD, Secretary.
Oahu Lodge, I. O.
G. T," will meet in the i
roof i garden. Odd Fel
lows' BMg- first and
r third Tuesday at naif--'past
seven p. m.
GEO. W. PATY. Chief Templar.
If Honolulu were again swrpt
by coBtUsrraUoa, ceald jto
collect' jear Insranre!
C. Brewer & Co,, ltd.
reprrsent the the largest and
strongest tire insarance compa
nles In the world,
$1000 Ixt on Puunul Ave., adjoining
Oahu C. Club. 10,000 sq. ft
$1200- 10 acres farm land at Kalihi.
lVss miles from King at. 1000
$10,000 7 acres at Fuunui. adjoin-
ing Country Club. As a whole
or in part
P. L R. STRAUCH.
74 8. King 8trt
INSURANCE COMPANY OF
96 King Street, Cor. Fort Street
( "runp!-: of IimiIs ati'i ap
pliances. Patterns mi wood and
l. aiN r ready for burning. Very
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort, Near Hotel
Federal Telegraph Co.
(Poulsen Wireless System)
Quick and Accurate
1055 Alalia Street
Now handling messages, code and
otherwise, under same terms as cable
company, only that we are 10 cents
a word cheaper.
Office Open Week days: 8 a. m. to
11 p. m. Sundays: 8 p. m. to 11 p. m.
TELEGRAMS GO AT NIGHT-
DELIVERED NEXT MORNING
We Solicit Your Business
Soon Working Pay i
and Night r
H8 AWARDED HIGHEST, H0N0BS
At the recent California State
Fair held at' Sacramento: -
1 GOLD AWARD .
A BLUE B1BB0K AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
. ON EXHIBITION
Geo. C. Beckley,
Phone 3009 " ; 8ole Distributor
VON HAMM-YOUNG CO, LTD.
Importers. Machinery and
, Dealers In
Automobiles and Automobile
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
Cor. King and, Bishop Sts.
Auto Supply Dept. 3817
Auto Salesroom 3268
Merchandise & Machinery. 2417
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and eve
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Bldg
Commissioner of Deeds (or Califor
nia and New York; NOTARY PUB.
LIC; Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT 8T
HONOLULU, Phone 1341.
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li, S. MARINES
TAs.-. it. .1 Pr. s Cable
SAX FKAXC'ISCO. Cal.. Oct. C.
Word recfivfd here this evening from
the heat of war iu Nicaragua states
that the American marines under the
command of Admiral Southerland
have captured Lepn, one of the
strongholds of the rebels in Nicara
gua In Chichigalpa a force of United
States marines was attacked by a mob
of rebel sympathizers, but the ma
rines dispersed the mob, killing thi
teen of them.
To the Advertiser
The Navv Department will not begin
the site selection for construction of
high power radio-telegraph stations on
the Hawaiian Islands, Philippine Is
lands. Guam. Samoa, or California
coast, until the completion of the Pa
nama Canal station, now in progress
after which estimates are to be made
when advantage will be taken of ex
perience gained and applied to the Pa
cific Coast and insular stations.
Herbert S. Hocken. said by Ortie
E. McManigal to have been one of the
organizers of the "dynamiting crew,
has civen information against theoth
er defendants in the trial of the ac
cused "dynamite plotters," according
to a statement by United States Dis
trict Attorney Charles W. Miller,
iMrie in court yesterday before the
That only a marvel can avert war
in the Balkan Mountain states is the
view of the diplomatists and of all the
embassies in London. Austria has
weakened on the proposed congress
concerning the threatened war. Euro-
nean dinlomais admit they can not
undertake the preservation of the
status quo in the Balkan states.
From the seat of an aeroplane, Jas.
Bryce, British ambassador to the Unit
ed States, obtained a birdseye view
of the Massachusetts North Shore yes
terday. Governor Woodrow Wilson of New
Jersey , and Colonel Bryan spoke to
gether for the first time at a banquet
of the Democratic State committee at
Lincoln, Neb., last night Governor
Wilson thanked the Colonel publicly
for the support he gave him in Balti
more, and Colonel Bryan appealed to
the Democracy !'to do for Wilson twice
as much as they ever did for Bryan."
It has been found advisable to raise
the height of the dikes at Gambia, on
the great Panama Canat from 73 feet
as originally planned, to 78 feet 2
inches, to protect the Culebra Cut
against inundation by the Chagres
river, in consequence of the rise of
the waters of Gatun Lake.
Vireinia McDowell Clark, widow of
Walter Miller Clark, one of the heroes
who lost his life in the ill-fated steam
ship Titanic, was married to John S.
Tanner, a former Los Angeles man,
in Cohoes, N. Y., on September 26, ac
cording to information contained in a
letter received by Mrs. Ada McDowell,
the bride's mother.
"Big Jack" Selig, leader of the gang
ster gamblers from the East Side, New
Y'ork, and prospective witness in the
trial of Police Lieutenant Charles E.
Becker for the murder of Herman Ro
senthal, the gambler, on July 16 in
front of the Hotel Metropole, which
begins tomorrow, was shot and killed
last night. He was seated 'in a trol
ley car when Philip Davidson, who
says he is a fruit dealer, jumped on
the running board and fired the fatal
"Big Jack" Selig was the man who
furnished the names of the four gun
men charged with the murder of the
While all is quiet at the great mines
of the Utah CoppSr Company today,
the striking miners, numbering about
mine and are entrenched along the
side of the mountain overlooking the
pits, ready to fight in case, an effort
is made to start up with non-union
The condition of Ralph de Palma,
who was injured wW4-driving in-the
Prospt Relief -PenrsAMit Cirt
CARTER'S LITTLE -
LIVER PILLS i
f siL Purely vege.
able set surely
but gently oa
the liver .
getion improve the complexion brighten
the eyes. SsuB Fill, Saull De,&atll Pries
Genuine omstbeu Signature
nerer s r a
1 m n
(Jrand Prix automobile road race at
Milwaukee on Suti;rda. when his car
nit the machine driven by Caleb S
Cragv. winiu-r of the race. i said to
night by physicians to be as good s
can be expected.
Neither Kniilaud nor Austria has
t announced adherence to France's
project of intervention in the Balkan
Mountain states trouble.
It is thought at Paris that the point
at which the powers may be divided '
in their effort to avert war is the exact
form which intervention is to take, j
while tJreat Britain's hesitancy may .
be due to her desire to avoid displeas- ;
ing her millions of Moslem subjects.
Bulgarian troops last night surpris-1
ed and defeated the Turkish garrison
in the mountain fortress of El Kabel. :
near Bazzoras. Details are meager. ,
Governor Woodrow Wilson of New
Jersey arrived in Omaha this morn
ing, beinf; greeted by an enthusiastic
gathering. The Governor slept peace
fully through a near -wreck last night.
Colonel Koosevelt arrived in New
Vork at half-past seven o'clock this
morning from Washington. He put in
a short time in his editorial sanctum
and left at noon for Oyster Bay.
The Turkish demonstrators smashed
the windows of the Italian embassy
and the Greek consulate in Constanti
nople Friday evening. The police dis
persed the crowd.
The Sultan said today: "Allah will
not permit our fatherland to be tram
pled on by a few enemies. 1 am con
fident that Allah is with us, in whose
keeping we all are."
The Summer Capitol officially will
be a lonely place for the next two
weeks. President Taft left today on
a six-day automobile trip through Ver
mont and New r Hampshire, and will
rest in ueveney only a few hours on
his return before he boards the May
flower to review in New York the
largest fleet ever assembled in Amer
Threats to sacrifice EnroDean lives
in Foochow have been uttered bv Gen
eral tung, unless his demand for 450,
000 taels (about $315,000) from the
authorities are acceded to. The muti
nous troops with General Fung num
Der from 10,000 to 20,000 men.
We ask judgment on the following
or physicians and patients who be
lieve Bright's Disease incurable.
The Vice-President of an Iowa cor
poration had to abandon his business
due to Bright's Disease. He declined
until February, when he was in bed
twelve . weeks. He heard that H. W.
Smith, a wholesale Optician of Mason
City, Iowa, had recovered from
Bright's and wrote him. On getting
Smith's reply he adopted the same
As to the results obtained patient
sends reports from the Department of
Anatomy, Histology and Embryology
of the State University of Iowa, from
the last of which we quote:
Color normal, slightly cloudy
Specific Gravity 1017
Pathological sediment negative
Patient adds: "My heart is in good
condition. I sleep well and look the
picture of health. My friends tell me
how well I look and I surely feel as
good as I look."
We ask physician and patients to
compare this October report with the
bedridden condition in February.
Fulton's -Renal Compound can be
had at Honolulu Drug Company. Ask
AD CLUB HOLDS
The proposal of Mr. George B. Cur
tis that the Honolulu Ad Club and a
social feature to its activities result
ed in the Ad Club dance given at the
Outrigger Chib pavilion Saturday
evening. From one hundred to one
hundred and fifty members of the
Club and their guests took part in
the festivities and a most enjoyable
evening was recorded.
The pavilion was attractively ar
rayed with flags and bunting done
under the direction of Mr. Curtis, who
was untiring in his work to make the
whole affair a success. He was as
sisted by Mr. John Lennox, C. S. Crane
and C. R. Frazier. The reception
committee was made up of W. R. Far
rington, Roy Nelson and Mr. John
Music for the occasion was fur
nished by Ernest Kaai's quintet, light
refreshments were served and all ar
rangements were carried out with a
perfection and enthusiasm most cred
itable to those in charge.
It is the plan of the Ad Club to
hold informal social affairs from time
to time at which the employes of the
mercantile house? will be welcome
and take part in the evening enter
PHILLIPS At the residence of her,
brother, Manuel Richards, at Kalihi.'
Sunday, Oct. rt. 11)12, Olive Phillips.
Notice of funeral later.
PHILLIPS Mrs. Joseph Phillips, Oc
tober it h. 1112, at her residence, Ka
lihi, aged 46 years. Funeral will j
take place upon her sons return
from Hawaii. !
One world-shaking shoc.k and two
minor earthquakes were recorded at
the technology station. Kilauea. dur
ing the past week. Professor .laggar.i
director in charge, estimates that the
great shake occurred some 'mho miles
away. He believes it to have hpen a!
subterranean convulsion inasmuch as 1
the cables have brought no reports of
disturbances on land. The fire pit of,
Kilauea has het-u more or les l !(!
from smoke during the past week,
permitting of free observutious.
means more than a fat
baby. It means laying the
foundation of a strong,
Fat alone is not enough;
there must be bone,
muscle, brain and nerves.
it th Acm of perfection for
Mother and Child.
SAtl f EIANCISCO
Geary Street, above Union Square
European l?lan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel aid brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district On car lin-s trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Triwets" ABC code.
JiL Love. Honolulu representative.
SAll FRANCISCO " H"
Reinforced Concrets BuikBag. 225 Boons. 21 first
diss etting houses trfthin 1 block. Rates tf , $t.5
to 14)0 parts. F.LftAW.Tiiroiibf'iaosiAMar
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ - Proprietor
COMFORTABLE - REFINED
Corner Wilder and Punahou
Henri Jules Pinchou, Manager
Has prepared for the tour
ist business by the a'dditlon
of two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
are now ready for occu
pancy. MISS JOHNSON,
Emma, Abovo Vineyard
YOU CAN NOT; DO BETTER
FOR YOUR HEALTH AND
COMFORT THAN TRY
Trains to the door
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
Largest Pacific Souvenir
Store in the World
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
Die Kind You Hays Always Bougbt
Photo-F.nsra? Ins or lii?het gntdi
ran be swurrd from the Star-Bulletin
C. Q. Yec Hop
MEAT MARKET AND
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co..
BETHEL AND KING STS.
Fine Un. of Dry Goodi
Wah Ying ChongCo.
King St Ewa Fishmarket
Grand Clearance Sale
Now On m
KWONG SING LOY
King Street - Near Bethel
Highest Quality of Material and
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
1051 Fort Street
in Handsome Greys
62 SOUTH KING 8TREET
The Wong Wong Co.,
Builders and Contractors
Office: Maunakea St.
L Chong & Co., -
Mattress Upholstering and Fur
22 BERETANIA, nr. NUUANU
YouvH find What you want at the
City . Hardware Co.,
Nuuanu and King 8treeta
Wing; Chong Go.
KING ST, NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattress,
es, etc., etc. All kinds of KOA
and MISSION - FURNITURE
made to order. I
NEW DRUG STORE
vSODA WATER FOUNTAIN .
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel SL, at end of Bethe!
Well stocked with New Drugs
. Y. Yoslukawa '
THE BICYCLE DEALER and
REPAIRER, has moved to
180 KING STREET
New' location Red front, near
Young Bldg. ' Telephone 2518
Telephone 3137 P. O. Box 70S
182 Merchant SL, near Alakea
HONOLULU. T. H. '
Japanese Provisions and
tfuuanu St., . Near King St.
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Your Grocer Sells It
See the New Panorama Bocks
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE ST A
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS, call or write to us and
we will fill your wants.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.
931 FORT STREET
StarRulI-Ua Ads. are Best Business
50- Horses -50
Due From Seattle October 13
WORK HORSES and BROOD
PAINTING A SPECIALTY
Wright - Hustace
KING AND SOUTH
GAGE A KNOX
MILTON oV PARSONS
Telephone 3088 1112 Fort 8L
Boston Block j : Second Floor
Importers of Lace. European
and Fancy Goods
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
NOW: ON DISPLAY
Nuuanu Street Near Hotel
V -At - r ; ..v ..
JACOBSO N 0 RO 8, '
Pantheon Block . Hotel 8L
CIGAR NOW la
M. A. GUNST & Co., Aqts.
, s REAL ESTATE
' INSURANCE V
' 8tangenwald Building "t :
WHEN YOU WANT FENCE
I C. Mell,
WILL DO IT
AND REAL ESTATE
OLIVER G. LAN 81 NO
80 Merchant Street
Exclusive Yet Inexpensive Headgear
Harrison Blk., Fort SL, nr. Beretanla
Only establishment on the Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
IF IOC WISH TO ADYEBTISE IN
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
E. C DRAKE'S ADVERTISING
124 Sansome Street San Fraielsci
High Class Imitation
GEO. S. IKED A
Tel. 2500 78 Merchant