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title: 'Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 19, 1912, 2:30 Edition, Page 13, Image 13',
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J Geary Street, above Union Square
r European Tlan $L0 a day up ;
Ametican rian $3.00 a day up ' v
J If ew rteel tad brick structure.
; Y. try comfort and convenience.
A bli? class hotel at very moderate
. ratis.' lathe center of theatre and
: retail district. On tar-fines trans-
f d ring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets alt trains and
; uners. Hotel Stewart recognized
as lUwaiian Island Headquarters.
iCsble Address Trwet"ABC code,
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..'" Absolutely new and mos. up-to-date
liGtrL cntvlvlr of Honolulu. 1'nsnrpa
ed Sa Raining. Keautlfnl climate and
exqulxlte fccrnery. Excellent Meals.
Close to the magnificent KaIIowaa
Fall." Jloto for hire. Train to tbe door.
Kates Keaouable Tla Tali 32 miles.
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Phone '872. A. (V AUBRET, Prop.
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c,f, r--ppn 17 pci::j e.fJ:l
; C..., k i.....wiUU(J ttKariet
fc'-.'jrrjdConcre'.tEunilna. 223 Roosts. 21Crsl
c:tu'.:ng houses nilhlal t!ock. Catesll.tt.t3
Army and Navy Headquarters:
Special Rates for Long Stay
FREE SWIMMING," TENNIS
- AND GARAGE. n ;-
Cor. Wilder and Punaheu
v. Phone 3427 .
MRS. L. M.- GRAY, Manaser.
net iT'?z.Tel fcr the tour
ist business ty the aCIIUoa'.'
cf two more bungalows
beautifully furnished. They
tre now ready for occu
puncy. . ". - ;
Cnrr.a, , At:v Vintysrd
Newly rUnovstid Est HcUl
cn tCtusl . r
Tourist Trade ColieiUd y
C. V. C?ITZ
I Why not save money
Dy spending nanKs
giving Day at
ME FOR A SWIM AT THr
: NEXT SUNDAY
! Says the Wise Cather
has the best Home-made Bread,
German' Pretzels and Coffee'
Cake.' Be sure and ring up 2124.
1 1 29 vFORT. STREET
- : Tbe
la now located In its new build
Jn& 116-118 HOTEL STREET.
General Catering of the Highest
1 - , - ClaSS '- v
Ulaloha Chapter Xo. 2, OJEX
; llonolnla Idee, flrsf defreei
WEDNESDAY 1 v ' : . J : ' ; c;
i Hawallaa Idfff, third decree.
;. FRlDAYi- -, . -v- ;. : :V Z
Harmony Chapter Xo. I, 0. F
; :i K4 KpecbU ; :'.y,
8AJURDAY1 J'r"; ; V. ZZZk t
All. Tlaltlnr member of the
order are cordially Invited to at
tend meetlnirs of local lodges.
noxoLULU lodge; cm, b. f, o. i.
Honolula Lodge Na
615, B. P. O. Eika,
meets in their hall, on
King St, near Fort,
every Friday evening.
Visiting, Brothers f are
cordially Invited to at
A. E. OTRPHY. E. It
H. DUNSHEJC Sea c
'Then by all means' get a bottle, of
. : Hosteller's
' - T." . :-mZ ; 'I'.'v.'-'-
this ' very day. It : makes . weak
stomachs' strong, keeps the liver
and bowels active.: It also pre
vents Malaria, Fever and Ague.
r.C7! G.c;:a .ra
r For sale by Benson. Smith & '-Co,
TJjL, Chambers ; Dreg Co, Ltd., Hflo
Drug- Co. and at all wholesale liquor
: Meet on ,the 2nd
' and 4th ' Mon-.
, days' of 1 ach.
, month , at JC'.'P.
Z Hall, 7:00 P. m.
'Z . Members of otn-
Marlne Cnjlneera' Associations
" Ceneflclal. : are cordially : in
. ' Association ,Tited to attend..
HcKIXIEI XOPGE, 50. 8,
. K. cf P. ,
Utzin every 2nd and 4th Cito
day evenins at 7:CD o'clec!: la
IL cf P. Hall, ccr. Fcrt aid
Ezretanla. ' Visltlsz trothera
slxilly Invited to attend.:
.. . , A. F. G EXITS. C. C '
P. P. KILEET. XL IL &
L. Ot'C XI. v- '
rCl meet In Odd FellowsV cullilsr,
Fort street, near King." every Friday
venlrs: at 7:S0 o'clock. ; i
Vkltlrs brothers cordially fcrrited
to attend..'. V 5
AilBHOGn J. WIRTS. Dictator.
JAUEJ W. LLOYD, Secretary.
rOahuvLodge, I. 0.
; G. will meet In the
i roof garden. Odd Fel
lows' Bldg., first and
third Tuesday at half-
past seven p. in. - '
GEO. W. PAT Y. Chief Templar.
The Unirorm Hank of the L. O. O. M.
will drill every first . and ' third
Monday of each month -at the-Odd
Fellows bldg., 7:30 p. m. ; v X; l
II. S. JYHITCOMB, Capt ;
PAUL W. BANKS, Clerk.
Z; AXiraxSTAXGE;& BUOTHER
CEIUIAN COXFECTI OXER Y AND
: i : v FANCY BAKERY.'.. . ;
Specialty German Rye soiir bread;
German half-fine rye bread. 11S3
Alakea Ctl near Eeretanix' Thone
S793. --Z'-'-Z -V -r -S ; r 1 P.
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Brlshtening up your house
and giving it: an up-to-date
appearance 1 by 'using some
of the new i -: t ? ', Z Z
-w -i '.
They're handsomer than any
weve ever hadinexpensive,
'too' ,. "j- - -. :t - - t . . :
177 S. Kingj St
wbca you take it out of a' 'Leoa-:
.'ardCIeaaaLIe Refneratot. The,
. porcelain lining tnd perfecti siu
tary' cotutructioa do away , with ;
all chahces for the accumulatioa of
dui sad offeasire odors. ; S:
. THE LEONARD
1 CLEAN ABLE .
haj the famous niae wall construe
tioa which keeps he cold air ia :
tod the warm air out.; If . you "
f . jwntt eroy arUcie 01 tood to come
' out of your refrizerator as sweet '
7 andh6teiomas when k"weSt
. in. then buy a fcnous "Leonard .
Qeanahle'.f We are local agents
fend have' a - fuU line read lot ,
your IntpectioB. Erery one
absolutely guaranteed; f :
Hackfeld & Co.,
. AGENTS. ' '
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(liiiMifiiiiilli fifiiiitiili l II f" ' "
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A FEW CENTS ;
vill Insure reeistercd' and unregister
ed parcels of merchandise : by mail
against loss from ary-cause whatever.
HOME INSURANCE CO. OF HAWAII,
- --V:, LTD.
? ' 96 King Street, corner Fort. :
, Z Telephono 3529.";? ;:-v;::a
GRAND REDUCTION SALE
November I to November 30
Hardware, Crockery,' Implements and
Sporting Goods. We give -.
Stamps for Cash. .-
1 ; - SING CHAN COl
229 King SU ; !: : Opp. Aala;ParV
VSZ Z Z: ' UmilW " ' :
Z'Zl Socceaaonr to' ' ; -; ' ''. .
; Biwn A' Lyon C, Ltal.' ; ;
ALEXANDER YOUNQ COlLDINO
; V Everythiag In Coeka"!, : : ,
If Uooolola were again swept
. by a conll.1 ration, co aid jest
collect your Insurance! ;
C Brewer & Ltd;
Z: (ESTABLISID5D 1826) ; '
zZy-Z. ZZZ-Z' x ""Z
reprcseat the the largest
strongest fire Insurance compa
sUeg In' the'world'.'.'
- Iest Rate$ :
" Wonder Why That
House Has Been
a thought that cornea to
Ztniny: people -as they pass by;
.'placarded v property. Perhaps,
Z on the day when the placards
: were ; hung ;; in the windows,
somebody was 7 watching tbe
Z- ""To , Let" ads in the hope of ;
f finding exactly - sucha place.;
VTerhaps tbday somebody would
' answer a classified ad of that'
I very (- house if the ; owner had' I
"Z been wise enough to. publish
one I -,Z"-j '. ?.. :':Z -'
Everyone Reads the
1 ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
r v . M "aa
The Host ropuiar uutves auae
- on th Coast
HONOLULU DRUG COV LTD.
1024: Fort St. Telephone 1354
W. C. PcacccV t Ce LtJ
Z'Z-: PHONE. 1704 ;
HONOLULU, HAWAII. ;
Rational Reputation Increases,
- , a - mm mm tssv - cr
; out tie t-aiis tfemna in :
v ' ffis Own
By ERNEST NSMITH
tSneriat Star-Bulletin CorrwtpcnUtncel
f SAN FRANpISCO. Cal., Nov . 9.
Itg been a big victory for Covernor
Johnson even If the Bull Uoose didn't
get to the feed trough," said a wise
politician the' other day after the elec
tion returns..:- hy-Z yyO'y. ZZ-Z
It seemed j so. Like many another
westerner, the fighting governor went
east ana gai a rrpuiaiion, wuicir cau
not help but be of personal benefit to
him In the future, though it Is evidenf
from5 the ejection returns in Califor
nia that he lost much esteem In his
native state, yet he may have gained
a national reputation. . - - r
J While the - Johnson forces ' in "the
past have won by thousands of votes,
thrfr lead was so cut down in the na
tional election that at this writing
four days after . the polls closed, no
one yet knowa who' carried. California.
- The fight In this state was bitter
more so than vin" the old-time stand
against the Southern 1 Pacific - The
Progressive ; move ! which" disfranchis
ed the Tdft Republicans In the state
was bitterly resented by the Tart
Kiinrinrtera and bv all who wanted to
see fair play, and' this undoubtedly
cost r Johnson and Roosevelt many
votes. for these men combined - wun
the Democrats to give Wilson a tre
mendous vote. "'-v'-; :. - ' .
lilttcr Fight oil Johnson, v ; y
Johtison has spent Z many weeks
aw v from the state, a situation rel
ished by his supporters, who say. Cal
ifornia can well afford to pay tne sal
ary of Its first citizen, the only one
ever In-a national office race, and
who is giving the state great advertis
ing. His enemies say he is a thief to
accept pay from the state and spend
weeks away: in a personal campaign;
"Johnson, the man who threw down
San Francisco is a slogan beginning
tn h used azainst him because he de
nounced; the , eipdsltlon expenditures
and the expositions' omciais in an ei
fort to'preven them from doing poli
tics: Undoubtedly that drew votes
from Johnson in - the north,' but. It
nn rht to Add to his oonularlty In the
south, particularly , in" a Los ' Angeles,
where jealousy of. san rancisco ; is
quite apparent,, 'yy ZyZ'S: ::'Z''--'Z,
This lealou8y . was i.neverv better
shown 'thari in . 1 the ,f6cent. election
when a ; vote was called V. upon -. an
ainendment; to .the constitution, .which
if passed . would- .have i . enabled v San
Francisco to f nlarge Vby staking' In
surrounding communities, providing
the latter were willing. A statement
was mailed to very voter In Los An
geles, according to report, demanding
that; the vote be against the amend
ment so that San .Francisco would
nnt he able to arow by extending its
limits. , No dirtier piece of politics
has been done:; in years in tjaiuornia,
but It is not. presumed that the better
business element in either city would
countenance sucn tactics, v r ,
dwelled Head?. Charged. . .
. : johnsoh is 6nlhis: way home now to
tnirA nn hla work aaain. There Is no
question but , that c he; has ;. fathered
some jrolghty good laws for the benefit
of air the people, anu snouia oe siveu
fuir credit, but as one man put it,
"While he was one of usi ne helped all
of us, ' but since hla head swelled he
is using us fi3 a stepping-stone to ad
vance himselL'' -
An appealing. argument to be ture;
but there Care very; few who have
achieved great. - prominence .. who
haven't done that very thing, so John:
son Is not jto be particularly blamed
for that A '- ;,Z; . - .
; Being - ar comparative newcomer in
the nolitical same: he lacks the sus
tained poise of the older "wiseacres,"
and as "at consequence has run away
with himself. , He has built up howi
ever as eood a machine as the South
ern Pacific ever tad, but with no tried
and seasoned hand at the tiller or. tne
Progressive . ship of vstate, the Calif or
ria organization Is more than likely to
go upon the rocks , if the same poiiti
i al course is' sailed. y-y yZ:: ' . :.'
Progressives' To" Go Ahead. y '
Whether the final count ihows Wil
son; or Roosevelt In theiead the Pro
gtessive .forces will" go , right i ahead
jKrfectinV plans 'to get ven a firmer
grip' on the state . legislature two
yc trs, hence. They have a good chance
to doit, unless the Taft or old Repub
lians continue to. support-the : Demo
cratic cause, which' necessarily they
don't want to do indefinitely. Bui the
hatred J6hns'on . has engendered in
many old - friends by his high handed
tactics will lead to the forming of .a
strong efficient.and continued opposi
t?on. . " -.;;:;.. ": "'-ZZ:--
It is a notable fact that Johnson has
lost more;; friends . from among the
capitalists than from the. labor ranks.
Big jBusiness doein't cafemuch waat
a man does so long as It has strings;
on him, but it is anunforgivable thing;
tc throw off all the strings, run some;
of your own. and then go to the plain
1 votes to be sustaine'd. . ?
There kn't a poimcian in camornia
am- ivr than Johnson and his sup-'
porters for the time being, and 'he.
k.f tov nant and am srniTi?
lafrer it Although thtleetlon if over
j Jt a fair surmise that there will be
ttings doing in California during the
;Shat o tes n easily ;ZZ
. 'protection against light.. . . - ;"; "Z :
ZfiM " Wliile beef Quickly deteriorates when it b -4
exposed fo illrcct sunlcht, scch t!::.r:or2:lc;
i lltlicuglr nrcatly. retarded, will ever.::::'.: t':o
"J--place ia diffu-ed linht. Deer cpo;;cJ to t!:o
ZyZ. : -Ktnct from Proceet;Ii ff the TcconJ Isterrra'onrl Trewcro Con
Z:,' '. -Z .We have adopted every . invention, every tilea that
y v couia mai:c ior' puncy. . ?
V : v ;jrhe' Brown Bottle is only another c:cp i:i Cch'I:.":
progress -::'z,' rz-Z.:.' ' ' -:
:;-v':':"'.Our Beer was- first brewed in a vct. Tcdy cur
vf; agencies dot the earth. Our output exceed j a million
barrels a "year. ' "
feK W'NIorean are drinking
; Sthlitz. .Why don't youT ;
ftt tnrZt crt'i'i er ar
1 r .
1 - !
Rrovcj Tho.t LycHrv E. Fin!;
; Loin's Vegetal;! 2 Cchi- 'l ,
pound b RcIIaJblc v f
, :- Reedville, Ore. "I can truly recom
mend Lydia E. Pinkham's Vesetable
Compound to all women, who are passing
throe Th the Change of Life, as it niade
me a weu woman alter
suffering three years'
Mrs. Mary Bocart,
Reedville,; Oregon,; . ; ; ,
New t Orleans, La.
"When passing through
the Change of Life I was
troubled with hot flashes,
weak and dozy spells and
backache. 1 was not fit for
anything until I took Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vegei
table Compound which
proved worth its weight
in gold to me. Mrs. Gas
ton Blondeau, 1541 Po
lymnia'St, New. Orleans.
men passing through the
Change of Life can take
nothing better than Lydia
E Pinkham's- Vegetable
Comnound. v I am reeom-
Decause ox wnai it nas
done for me. '-'-Mrs. Chas.
Bauer, 523 C. Marion St,
Mishawaka, Ind. ' ;
months I suffered 'from
(, troubles in consequence of
my age ana inougni 1
could not live . Lydia E.
Compound made me well
and I want other suffering
women toknow about it,"
Mrs. Emma Bailey, Alton
Station. Kvr . v
H I)dsem, No. Dak. "I was
Jhanfire 01 Life and. felt verv
oald not sleep' and was" very
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable i
A IIevr Lino cf
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:- ' Vac2S, Cdicjiia D-1-j'o,','
Gelsry Trays, j:::: Z.
- Fruit BovIs and Eau:rj,
Sugar Bovb and GrenirsrG,
17 a uzmzi
z Household Department
bad. I could not si
Booth Tarkingtonthe author l as cp tored me to perfect health
just married Mrs. Temple Robinson I -A VwrmA nnt "hA withont lt,'-Ma
of-Dayton: Ohio. Tarklngton has been I i Titoi Deiseia. No. Dak. ,
divorced from his first wife less tbati Lhmmmmm
...... . . ml tk& ..Mini Hfra TarHnff.J"
ton is the divorced wife of Temple . JStar-Balletia Ads. Brr Best Baslnen
Pobimon, an English writer. Qettrt x -y
For Cuts. Erue. fearns, ,
Corns, Itct Sorw, ..
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