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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1912.
THE business man
who will spare a
few rhinutes of his
time to the photogra
pher of today will please
his entire family.
His portrait produced
by present day methods
of photography will be
an agreeable surprise
it's done so quickly and
Make the appointment today.
l f An oW fl. A. K. veteran, tenderof
'the Fa(net ,K1? er bridge near Xn
vlUe, Cat, fired on 'a peaceful couple
as tney crossed the bridge, evidently
LrUevin liiraself back in war times.
'"' Lieut. Kober Lounsberry, quarter
, :mBsiPr in the First cavalry at Fort
a . . TtfuA urn a 4 - -H? n T tTTf L
. Jii3 horse and killed.. He had been
married onlv three months. - -
h i it, '
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ONE LOT LADIES WHITE WASHABLE SKIRTS 75c EACH
.ONE LOT LADIES DRESS SKIRTS; " ASSORTED COLORS, ALL WOOL $t.95 EACH
ONE LOT READY-MADE 2-PIECE SUITS 50(5 SU,T
ONE LOT LAplES HOUSE WASHABLE DRESSES ; .$19 EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' FANCY HOSIERY,' ALL COLORS - 25c PA,R
ONE LOT LADIES' THOMPSON CORSETS 25c EACH
ONE LOt LADIES' UNOERVESTS ' 10c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS 35c EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' BLACK SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS $1-25 EACH
ONE LOT LADIES' SWEATER VESTS, ALL WOOL 33c EACH
ONE LOT LACES IN .DIFFERENT VARIETIES 10c YARD
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S COLORED DRESSES 95c EACH
ONE' LOT CHILDREN'S WINDSOR TIES 10c EACH
ONE LOT BOYS' WASHABLE SUITS 75c SUIT
ONE LOT MEN'S CLUB TIES . 10c EACH
ONE LOT RIBBONS IN ALL SHADES 5c YARD
ONE LOT LAWNS AND BATISTES, ASSORTED COLORS 10c YARD
ONE LOT NOTTINGHAM CURTAINS U PAIR
ONE LOT DRESS GOODS REMNANTS AT LOW PRICES TO SUIT ALL
ONE LOT CHILDREN'S H. & W. UN DER WAISTS 10q EACH
: AT BECKLEYHOME
I - i - I - i . i
I Wfth Her Majesiy Former Queen
Liliuofcalani the honored guest, and
I nearlv everyone who, graces the
'pages of Honolulu's "Who's Who in
j attendance, Mr. and Mrs. George C
! Bockley entertained Saturday night
st their Beretanfa Street home at
l.at wa& generally conceded to be
'th moat' gorgeous luau ever given in
ithf city'. One hundred and twenty
sat down to three long tables, laid
i in a pavilion especially built on the
jlawn for the occasion, and to the
imisic of two orchestras, a Hawaiian
! feast the like of which has seldom
ibeen tasted, wa3 enjoyed by all.
I The luau celebrated three happy
events; the coming or age or tne
hostess, who had her eighteenth
birthday Saturday; the christening
of her baby daughter, born three
; weeks ago: the birthday of the host
ja week before. With the triple ' in-
'centive to jollification It is no won
der that the dancers had the must
ciars working to the limit of their
endurance, and that the fun was kept
up till long after midnight
The toast ti the queen was fol
lowed by toasts of felicitation to the
fieckley family. Judge Wilder and
Chief Justice Robertson doing the
The. invited guests included the fol
lowing: Her Majesty Queen Liliuo
kalani, Prince and Princess Kalania
naole. Princess- Kawananakoa. Mr
and Mrs. Robert W. Shingle( Mr; and
Mrs. Walter Macfarlane,' Mr. and
Mrs. William Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Falke, Miss Helen Gay, Mr.
and Mrs. Domini3, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Lucas, Mrs. E. K. Freeth and
Miss Marjorie Freeth, Miss Clara
Cu mrmgs, Mr. Siztt, Mrs. :Erminia
P. Dargle; Mr: and Mrs. August Drei
r, Mrs. 'Mary. 'Deckley,! Miss Gay,
Miss Agnes Armour, Mr. . and Mrs.
Holloway, Miss Maye Biven, Mrs.
Sterling, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
( Tnnha. Mr.,, and Mrs. Heydenrlchf .
u. o. unna, ur, nu m . ou uu
Mrs. -English. Mr.-and Mrs. Cat!
Ends iri All De
Must Go. Watch our Windows
at 8 a.m.
, Wfdemann, Mrs. Feabody. ifr. 4nd
; Mrs,, Hark.ue, , Mr.- and. Mrs Fred
I Macfarlane, Miss Alice Macfarlane,
(Mrs. Gussie Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs.
' Bruce Cartwrtght, Jr., ' Mr. " and Mrs.
A. P. Taylor, Mrs. Montano, Mrs.
Bush, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Abrams,
Mrs. Hilderbrand, Mrs. Victoria
Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Jaeger, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Campbell, Mr. arid Mrs.
Rawlins, Judge and Mrs. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Breckcns, Miss Abie Buch
anan, Miss Edith William, Judge and
Mrs. Dole, Mrs. Allen. Mrs. McQuain,
Mrs. Foster, Mrs. S. G. King, Mrs,
Mary Gunn, Mark Robinson Father
Valentin, P. Deverill, -Mr. Hertsche,
Clarence Macfarlane', Judge Arthfir
Wilder. Mr. Stockman. Guy Macfar
lane. Ernest Parker, James Parker,
Colonel Sam Parker, Mr. Stillman,
Mark Robinson, Jr., Robert McCor
riston, George McCorrtston, Mr. Gray,
Mr. Redington, Mr. Mclntyre, Mr.
Mnllendorf, Mr. Howard Hedemann,
Ed. Hedemann. Dr.- Ferdinand Hede
mann, MHs Joanita Beckley, Mr. and
Mrs; T. H. Petrie,' Mr. and Mrs. Ar
thur Wall, Miss Bella Weight. Miss
Collals, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Marx. Mrs.
J. Jaeger, Judge and Mrs.' A. Q. M.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bert
ieman, Mrs. JuHa Afong, MissrM.
Afong, Mrs. M. Shingle, Mr. and Mrs.
E. - N. Campbell, ' Mr.1 C. D. Wright,
Mr. F. Howes, Mr.- Allen Herbert,
Mr. R. Perkins, Mr.' and Mrs. F.E.
Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. ' Robinson,
Mr. Thiele, Mr. B. Clark", Mrs. S. rwn
bar, Mrs. CT. " Robinson, Mrs. Paris,
Mr. Walter Kendall. : ' !
BENEFIT DOLL SALE
IS FINANCIAL SUCCESS
The doll sale which was held at the
Royal Hawaiian Hotel by Xhe King's
Daughters Saturday proved most sue
cessfuK nearly all the dolls being soM,
but as yet the organization is not able
to give the exact amount which1 result
ed from tbe 'sale. Tbere 'are still a
few dons left, and any persons wish
ing to purchase them may do so from
Mrs. JaraeB BicknelL !
"Duke Kahanamoktt,' the doll bride
groom, atfd Mary Ellen; his bride, was
purchased by Mrs George Beekley,
and "were among the honored guesti
at her birthday 'luau Saturday night.
: Star-Balletlii Ads. are Best BashifM
' '" '-i
(fyvtitnet from Pat 1)
have made since the Major came to
Honolulu last January to take the
command at the biiMfni
me ume w his arrival ' Ihe-'MaJuV 1
seemed in perfeet health an often Hfadqrart?T nr8t DlTi8lon- sth, arn?y
declared himself to be feelifttf ner f H)- " '
fectly well. Bat the stratell ' bfs wr- L MANILA, P. U July 13. 1899.
ious attack of bronchitis, contrted,"1'-.8" Ar&r
with the efrects of an nnsafry hard Waskington, JX C. U. & A. -experience
In campairnmr frf the'- SIr?""U is wltn Kreat I111 tklt
Philippines wohe him down withlh lrtSSS5!S0f ifTTn'S
a few months of bis fnih- so tnA crigadTer-eeneraL U. S. A.,- Joan, K.
he lost heavflv i J?Z1 i? Vvholley, -: lit Waabington-Infantry, U.
unable to rally hJs nhtsti frA
his physical forces,'
aurmg ine last few weeks. ' Maior
j . - "
few weefcs. ' Maloei
Whclley was a member of the board
of strategT thai uwt t ka-viI
euvers that are to tak 'nlace 'thU mit posRiona alotrg tny
month. With WaW xfJruL J Hne, and for a time commanded tke
command JtSSJ- 5!? Went; -feeling' confident (that if he at-
service and hh work at the .pS'- A'-
even after being confined to bis, e-T e . - w w fjiwtfW
mlnirtration o??w w' As result of hie bigh service be
fd aflmut following retommenda-
ea upon capt. Jamleson; but the tloaar. ' Ctn-;. rV .
ha?d of S o, Bh .SS'?!! General' of VblunteeffVfof dlitfn
was manning S? ilSSl ?fe 1 trwy adMlity at tBe Bat-
ThS?2S m 99Vsayfng "Colonel Wbolley was
r Ji tt ?!li'JSf 1niimste,j;;:ierfbw ttrthgest fe tor tire fcmgest
w nt L From:Gneni Liwtod, firevet Briga
r t br?fJ?!5 dieriGenWVdlttnteers; -Wf-.it
tTdUr e W6f 811)10 en recommended Colonel Wbolley fot
i?Ht5!? 0 cBrteadleV, General olyolunteers, with
Before to his service been on c re' oeral -Otbi' - coroandra - Pir
Mw whAnw v ;V" -L iCrps)r hvdenemerttr iolnei WJli
J?I ?KntI a service should entitle him to reo-
time in- the- mflltary ! service ofhW nitfon." : ; -4 '
22E5h.iL? tfven mostlv Noflc0 te tlHT Army awt Nrr Jdtrr-
tuLwVf ?e t"raaffet tcer ofllcera names were sent to th
fh T'L t!11 fflte&n, General of Volunteer ; W ! ,wbW
1 olmef f thl He was ijointed Ula of Sist
J?. f PTK80 -Rt S. Velonteet Infantry, front IJotenV
S?. LJL Sia0r Whh,tf-'bef 1899 to July 1901, and as auca com
was known as'Colonet as much au'M'ii nu'Mkniw(M.Hr' . viMm
i f 4 , . . . ,
i?10,111 'On appHcatlorf of Captain Joha .
" n' So1' Wh0ey Wboney, 2nd ; Infantry fof detair td
Ml 71 JfIc a! PBWf fot onlyfthe Amy War Colkge. general Grant,
feSSP1? . "e! regU Commanding- Departtoenf of the Lakes,
efHcieney,' was, the idoT of the placed the following Indersewentr.t
State and ohe of themost popular of- -Respectfuffy tefurAed tof the Ad
ficers in the army. Previous to the jctint Genwat TJ. S, Xftoy. Washing5
outbreafc of the war h had been ap-; tonv D. C. CaptalA Whofley fta aerv
pointed, professor of- military sctence ed with me fa the field and in garl
and tactics at the University of Wash-' ? I bav found Wtft Ut be an" effl
ington, where . he organited th d- eient ofScerr and I ivoald btf glad' if
V , ' ne inen-young insntn -
f ion, taking an interest itr educational
matters that he never gate" up.Mt
: Tyeaifrbeford coming' 'to HonO
Iulu,: he spent 4& the army ? war "col
lege, : Washington; wherr be graduat
ed In June, 191L Throughout vnis
long serviee- he has been1 popular Vilh
his men and bis brother of ficf ff and
his death 'here occasioned deepest
Vords of regret from military dirties
generally. . : i ::
The funeral i to take place tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock-'f rbm the
hous and the body will beentto San
Francisco on the transport that leaves
here early in November; to b inter
red in Aarlington-" eemetery at
Washington. He leatiss; besides Mr.
Whclley, a daushfer-Miss 'Alberta
Wholley, now Visiting on 'the Coast,
and a young son, Jdhn WBdley, who
bas been attending Pimaaow school,
prs. Wholleys plans are not yet def
initely inade. ' ' - '
Had Notable Record. r "
Major Wholley was born in Salem,
Mass., January 13, 1888.
He wa's; appointed from Massachu
st rts to .th United frtes. Miiitarr
Academy in 1885, graduated from the
Academy in 1890 and was appointed a
Second Lieutenant of Infantry, ; pro
moted to first lieutenant in 1897.
' Joined the Fourth Infantry at Spo
kane, Wash; Hfs services . with.' the
regiment wcto fn the States of Wash
ington and Idaho, during which time
participated in all the "movement
of the regiment. Including field service
at the time of the strikes in the Coenr
cfAlene mines and the railroad strike
- In September. 1894, Col. Wholley
was detailed as U. S. recruiting officer;
stationed at Seattle. In 1896 he was
appointed, by the secretary of war.
riofessor of military Fcienee and
tactics at the University, State of
Wsfhington. and was later instructor
of civil engineering and mathematics
at ,the same university. He wag ap
pointed by Gov. John R. Rogers colo
re; of the First Washington Volun
teers, his commission dating from
April 23. 1898. The regiment was sent
after muster to the department of Cali
fornia ind remained there until Oeto
I)cr 1898, when it was sent to the Phil
ippine islands, armine there in the
month of November. He remained in
command of the regiment until April,
TS9, when he was placed temporarily
in command of the First bri ade, First
Division, Sth army corjte, and aglin as
pumed command of the regiment in
June, 1899, participating in all the en
gagements' in which the regiment was
engaged. As brigade commander he
commanded the attack on Cainta. Tay
t;v and Morong, June 4th and 5th,
1?9. ' ;
For the faithful and meritorious ser
vices he was recommended for pro
motion to a brigadier-generalship' Fal
lowing are letters from his brigade
and division commanders:
SAN FERNANDO. P. I.
July 28, 1899.
To the adjutant general, t S. A.
.Washington D. C.
Sir: Col John H. WLolley, First
Washington Volunteers, Infantry, was j line ever calling at Vancouver. The funeral. -with
his regiment in my command new steamer will be 555 feet long and r Derbyshire Koad, in front of the
from March 1st to March 28,1899.
He commanded his 'regiment with
'v-'akfit and gafliniry In nrmerotta opera
;i .tlrai agatn&t tile enemy, and I nave
m iugu vyuuuu ui uia menu cut m wuc-
mandin oflteer, and believe be will be
fcYmd eqnakjo Inf1 cOmioand rwblcft
mirr ite devolved' uudn lfln
Brig.-GeneraU U. S. A.
Favorably endorsed. Elwell S. Ot!s,
- ai 4 - iu m A.riA' n m m mm m w
w" V 1 . v.
roHmna since ai arm j 4 la c nw
cas. wiin mi regiment occupies me
uiauucu -lire uuw-wioHin .-v.o ,
: bis application for detail td the Army
Wir Cblfeser cate-be favorably contfJ
ered.1, '.;:v- e Ufa;-
"f (sgd.) ; ; r;i)smAf?r?y
v' Major-General, Commanding."
The Logan came aleagside . Alakea
wharf yesterday morning, and prepar
ations were beguft , for loading a con
siderable quantity i of . coal ; fn to the
transports bunkers. . .. . 1
-Officers and civilians alike .enjoyed
a prolong stay ; at Honolulu, and Sun
day was givejf 6ver to sightseeing by
hundreds of military, Cow em route ta
(the Far Cast The Logan brought 38
Ecabin, 12 second class and 74 troop
passengers for the Islands'.
.The vessel arrived here with every
available stateroom taxed to tbe- limit
A number of officers' and their f anil-
lies were turned away at the moment
of leaving San Francisco.1." A4' large
percentage of the passenger's to leave
the Logan 4 at Honolulu were officers
who bate come down here to witness
Tbe . troop . passengers are in the
matn reef nits fdr the FIfst Field Ar.
tillery. The. itet Includes 21 casuals
for the Philippines A9 to usual, many
children are numbered with the cabin
Aviation in United States arntjreir
cles, it is declared, Will take on fresh
inrpetirs 1 to the far-away Philippines',
with the arrival of (Be army transport
Logan, now at Honolulu and to sail
for Manila at 4 o'clock this afternoon.
In the hold of the troopship and con
signed to the quartermaster depart
ment in the Philippines are one or
more modern, finely-equipped aero
planes. 1 A brand new Wright machine
has proved an object of more than
passing interest to the; few military
passengers who are accompanying the
flying machine on the loag voyage
from the mainland te Uncle 8am
The machine represents the newest
design from the -workshops of the
Wrights. It is fitted wltn a double
Control and has a motor .capable of
The prediction was made on board
the troopship that there would soon
follow the arrival - of the machine
some exciting flights at the Fort Mc
The latest Alfred Holt, or Blue Fun
nel freighter, Is also' to be tbe larg
est, according to "advices received
along the west coast of the United
States with the arrival' of the steam
ship Titan. The craft will be twenty
feet longer than any other vessel In
the big fleet, including the Ixion, andiroad,- was wrecked . near Westport.
win be forty feet longer than the
TaitbYblus. the larfeest steamer of the
will have, ft capacity of IXflW tons or
M . , :,l
1 .v.V. v.
iTi THE4V7T A
? LATEST HEWS BVLlETiy.
(Xews eriglaatlngr daysteamer sailed)
tower ' fire rates - are definitely
I pledged - for ;San; Ff ancisto. -the jnay-
org s lu ray iigipagaiiui iue xwruvus
of'rthe fire - insurance .board having
borne frtrlf, -"
Tf he-ptosmaster general has approv
ed' the issue of 1915 stamps designed
especially to cejebrate ? the world's
fair;; The issn Is of a 1-; 2-, 5- and 19
eent'denomlnatlon.r The stamps will
go on sale tt Jairuary,'1913.
The W. Cv-T U. of Los Angeles
claim to ; have' a promise from Ger
frade Athertonthe novelist that ; she
will never smoke another cigarette in
public in the United States and that
she' will help tbe movement to de
crease' cigarette-smoking, among ' the
small boys of the country. v M '
''Mrs A; E.l'TayI6r,irife of "d former
professor of physiology at the .Univer
sity 6f California fell fr6ni A" three
story window In ' Chicago and ' was
killed. :.H4 - ; . , : -i ; ,
' Mutinous ' :;- troops : under". General
Pung, gathered ' near Amoy hate
threatened to sacrifice European lives
unless bis demand for 1315,000 from
the authorities are complied rwith.' f
:.Ladivlc0 Pignateill, son'of Don Ja
ime, pretender to the Spantebr throne,
has been refused admission to - the
United States because of his gambling
propensities and his? general undesir
able repuUfidnt He was detained at
Ellis Island, Netr Tork, for further in
vestigationv ':f-H . T'M i -..-ti-
' King George and Queen Mary danc-
ed with the tenants of their estate at
d ball give by them at Balmoral Cas
tle. The affair was 1 Of -ai Highland
character4. ' . : " " : :: r :
A Mexican rebel who made1' an-' at
tempted assault on ? ar white woman
was'snmmarlly executed by the com
manding rebel officer.' 4 ' N ' '
Negotiations are' pending whlb- if
consummated, will . transfer, the head
quarters ?of -Alaskan- steamship com
panies from Seattle i to San Francisco,
The embezzlement of moneys by
State Senator-Marshall from the Ialo
Alt6 Building: - and Loan association
I win Bmouni 10 over ?iiu,uuu.
i . M4 Mr. r. n .
Housewives . of ; Cleveland - have
started a boycott ot t&6 so-called
milk trust which they 'blame for
The Vanderbilt cup race was won
by RalpH de Pahna in a Mercedes
car. Hughie Hughes finished second,
one mimrte bhfnd In a -'Mercer car.
The Republican' national campaign
records of 1904 disclosed the fact that
Morgan, Frfck, George 'Gould ' and
Archbo4 each contributed 1100,000 to
the Roosevelt campaign fund. Ham-
man raised- $249,000 at the same' time
for the New York campaign, r
The New xork Democratic conven
tion ha named Congressman William
Sulzer of New York City as a pnrty
nominee for Governor.
Mrs. - loiiu tiiacKweil of Chicago,
Home arid. Foreign Pispatcnes-'"Giving World's Hows
found guilty of" the--murder opposite the Tlbbitts country place. :
Charles Vaughn, was 'sentenced te;35F JNd reason fof the Suicide is know:.
years imprisonment in the penten-
tiary. 1 ' - .
The Springfield Express 1 of the!
New York, New Haven & Hartford
jwinn. mine people were Kiiiea,tnree'
lot thettf women returning - from' a
rainca iainoun nome in Cleveland,
is to be sold by tbe sheriff two days
TTlHERE ii no
'( fabric, "'xr.crn
K tHc populir
t v and muchwrr:t 'I
plctc c without z
: suit xf this fabric.
They arc cuijl
;; itt all bccirlc..:,
: ci:d alvaya rjivc -
ina a ' a- A -
anccf bain z -t;!!
drcciad 7c zl:zr
: Jons walc, : a!:3
before tbe .weddins of . 1II-3 : .
Calhoun. Calhoun may t-
itreet' himself In " order that' t:. -to
the house may not be llz-l.
Evidence aste the use cf t
plosives as-well zi to their p ..
aid shipment will be tir.Itt:!
dynamite plot vtrial at lzllzr.
The 2:2) Pabst Tropty aut.
face ta Wisconsin. w3 wc.i ly
erts of Jersey City la a llzz:
clal. car la Z hours, 45 Ciinuica "
. -Inasmuchr as the ' Glldden -z:'
bile tour has ceen postponed
year; Charlis C.Iien has iavlt
automobile owners to go ot: r
route originally planned from L
fo New Orleans. ' i
f Sir Thomas Upton to on
to New York to issue another
h-nge. vile la still toping' to win 1
the cup.' '. - -. .
JK man , and woman In Berr.
Quebec, witnessed the burair. :
death of their ten' ehiUren, all u.
15 years of age. "The" parents," ret:
ing to their home, found it in V.
and were powerless to avert the t:
edy. ' . ' .;;
-The liner "Atnertka of the IIiv.
American, line,; ran down ..the Eri:
suTmaartne B2 at Dover, drowning
of Its crew.
r tTESTEJjjrETfS. '
:In an 'Indianapolis speecJi,
Wilson criticized the government (
American 'cities 'as contrasted w i
tbe great foreign cities. ' "
; Two of the mines at Ely, Nevr '
bave3 yielded to thr demand of t:
union for .Increased wages,-and t
resumed operations. ' ..
' Convicts of the Wyoming state pri
ion hung a negro in . the prison y:
aicer ne naa Doasrea or an assault :
bad made on an old woman wno 2
been as -angel to many of tie p; i
oners. The deed-was done before t:
guards could interfere.
The University of Southern Callr
nla is to be the first university in r
country to give an auotmobile coun
: HERSELF IH A BA:.
UOS GATOS, Cal.,SepL ,16 Ejri
leg into "the home of bis brother-L -law,
where a brilliant week-end bo-
party of San Francisco "people was l
Ing entertained, 'i Councllmsn Raifc r :
last night starUed the guests with :ti?
announcement that' Zanonl Raiford, a
beautiful Lob Gato ghrl of It years,
had killed herself. - . .
The girl was a sister-in-law of Rob
ert Tlbbitts a partner in the Healy
Tlbbitts Construction company of zr.
Franci&eo.' ' The glrr was missed" at
noon yesterday, but it was not until
nearly . 5 o'clock that her "brother
found the bodv hansdne in a barn on-
officials- and friends alike scoat in z
I the Idea of a love affair. The xfrl
was nrettr and nonular. "
I ' ' fl:
- "1 wonder If your sister rreaHzir,
Jonnny, iaai aurmg iue iui -taret?
months 1 bare spent many' dollars la
sweets on her?"'';. - . .
Tm sure she does, Mr. . Sweetly ;
thars ivhy she's not letting on zh&
engaged to Mr., Bjgger