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HONOLULU BTAB BULLETIN, TUESDAY, FED. 4, 1913.
KEXTY; 51. C. A. NOT
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The preliminary announcement for vention as correixndine delegates.
the 1912 International Convention of All the privileges of the convention,
the Young Mens Christian Assocla- except that of voting in the business
tion of North America, ilch was 1 sessions, will be accorded these cor
tent out from' the National Aasocla- responding delegates.' In, accordance
tion headquarters in New York .qty ' vith the action of the Toronto, Can
some time ago, named Los Angeles as 8da,' convention, a registration fee of
the place and May 8-12 as the dalMor a wm fce required' from each dele
this gathering. Since that time-the gate, both regular and corresponding,
board of .directors of me Los An- jbe program of the convention will
geles Association has unanimously exlhc 80 arranged as to afford ojpor uni
pifvsed a preference lor a convention ty for contCderatlon of such other
In their city during the year 1915, ati rcttterg of geDeral interest as the con
tne time of the Panama-Pacific Ex- vcntion may wish to discuss and ac
position, -when H is believed that a rpon At laft slx weckg In advance
tile If rebton. Eaalta 4 Co
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much larger and more representative
delegation could be brought ' to the
Pacific coast . - '
- vVith; the hearty concurrence, there
fore; of the Los Angeles association,
the international committee has ac
cepted the invitation of "the Cincin
nati, Ohio." aasociatlon, . to hold the
thirty-eighth international convention
In that ! city. On f- account of this
change, ' it "will be impossiblerf, for
many of those in . Honolulu who are
Interested In the local association and
Its', work, and who had made plana to
attend the convention in Los Angeles,
to be present at the. gathering at Cin
cinnati, .on account of the - length of
time required n making- ibe irip.
The convention in Cincinnati will be
held; May 15.18.;:. trkW
V No convention Vhlch has been here
tofore held has :, been - called .upon to
consider and act" upon questions of
such vital importance tar the associa
tions as those which will come, before
the Cincinnati meeting,, andt." a.'full
representation -.4t ' voting delegates
has been urged to be, present from
each association. The . basis of repre
sentation is as. follows: v ' X .., i
3L . Representation - on international
conventions ; is based upon the num
ber of active members and is"v limited
(student associations, expected), to as
sociations that confer active member
ship and the right to vote
of the date set for the convention ib
Cincinnati will issue anl mail o all
associations throughout the continent
i. tpecial circular giving information
concerning th. rates at ho'els and
boarding houses, and instead of ea-h
delegate providing his own entertain
ment as has heretofore been the cus
tom, the local association at Cincin
nati will make advance arrangements
at hotels and boarding Jbouses for all
c'tlegates who to desire.
In' view of the unique Importance of
this convention, the boards of, direc
tors and officers , of the various, asso
ciations throughout North America
and Canada . have -'been requested not
only to act early in the "selection of
delegates,; but to appoint : men com
petent to . wisely .represent ; their re
tj.ective assoclittoha in the delibera
tions .of tha convention.,. , It Js confid
ently believed that the.; central loca
tion of." the convention city ; and the
widespread interest in the aaestions
Which this gathering wiU" be called
uion to decide, will make the Cincn
cti gathettng the largest and most
tdgnlflcant -meeting: !n; the history of
,the North American associations, t ;
Honolulu has been well; represented
SPECIAL MAIL SERVICE TO STAR-BULLETIN
Home and Foreign Dispatches Giving World's News
at a Glance.
EASTERN 5EYTS. ' judgment of 138,500 affirmed by a
Since Taft gratified a small Vyo- tigher court
mingi girl's request for a kiss, some Because of a recent court deck ion
twenty doting parents have demand- f,: eatly reducing the city's expectM
cd a simljar honor for their 'hope- revenue, Chicago faces a deficit of 12,
18:' Taft Immediately; suspended 7:.,ooo. The salaries of ail city em
all "kissing beea." ployes have already been cut 23 per
One of the adjuncts of the $100,- CnL Vv
OiK),puo Kockeieiier foundation tor
for Infante and Child ron.
which a charter il! be asked is a
clearing house for begging letters.
Kcekefeller alone receives an aver
cge of 500 a day.
Colonel Goethals, who ' built the
Paiiama canaL gave the house com
mittee on naval affairs his views on
Anna Could, the Duchess of Tally
rand, formerly . the Luchess of Castel
Une, ha.t arrived in America with her
four year old. son., and attended the
edding of her sister, Helen Gould: r
A Harvard student was expelled for
entertaining a "relative In the uoiv
V 0 WU . a , . .
the protection of the canal. He be- :.7UV " i:
lieves 25,000 soldiers should be sta- enterUlned 'the enthe dormlntory by
tioned in the canal rone In addition rsJama parades and dances. :
to an adequate naval force. "If we fTJ steamship Cartinran xrf tad
kst a sea battle at either, end of the Une arrived at Phflauelphla
canal an memy could land forces exciting tales of fire at sea in the
and destroy the canaL" he said. I n-st of a terrlffiffic gale. .The paa
The steel "trnst," taking the : hint sengera two : women and 124 mea
from" Wilson's recent speeches, win vhelbed to fight the flames until help
Phyciclahs I Prcc c ri b 6 Oaoio ri
CA8TOXIIA ;has toet with pronounced favor-oa the' part "of phjiIciaaV
'J. pbannaceutical codetiea and medkal anthoriiica : It is osed by ph jsidaas
with resulta most gratif yingv The extended use of Castoriais unquestlonablT tho
.result of three facts t lit. The induputahlovidcice that it is harmless j 23 d, ;
i That it not onj allaja stomach pains and quiets the nerves, hot assimiUiS tha
food ; 3rd It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for castor olt It is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any; opium, morphine or other aarcotio and does, not
' stupefy. It is unlike Soothing1 Syrups, Batemans Drops, Godfrey's Cordial,' etc
This is a good deal for a medical journal to saj. Our duty, however. Is to expose
danger and record the means' of advancing health. . The day for poisoning inno
cent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, C
toria is a remedy -which produces coaaposure and health, by regnlaticg tha
system not by stupefying itand our readers are entitled to the lnioraatioa
EaIT Journal IfsoifA.
proceed at once to segregate its sub
sidies, and make unnecessary the
cantinuation :of the government suit
for violation of the Sherman act
Henry, Phipps, the Pittsburg steel
man, at a banquet the' other night,
failed to recognize President Taft. An
emlarrassing time "ensued until
from other steamers was received.'
WlllUm Poone EMred of Wafle!d.
lass., who drank gallons of molasses
a day believing it to be a great "li'f
cxit-nder'' has Just died at the age of
87. He was a descendent of Danfel
l!oone. . . .V
Mrs Elanor B. Barry, a one-time
Phipps gathered his senses and madei calthy womdn who had met with re-
proper apologies.;. I v-rses through Teal ettate deils, corn-
Nathan , Strauss of New YorK nas? fitted suicide;! na New -York apart-
sailed for the- Hply Land f. with two
doctors and four nurses. ".He will es
tablish; twenty-one . soup -kitchens In
Jerusalem andT dc-what he;an to alle
viate the suffering , of the,;;; Jews- in
PaJesUne.;'::vy:'c 'tV'''.''-' '
: The D. L. & Wjailrqad having re-
r. ent house.
Because of separation from his wife
following an affair with nno'herwo
n.ian a. man of Lodl, CallL, committei
suicide burning his own home.V " - x
Izty the painter,", jthe convict Are-
tup; informer : in New York,-lias con-
whlch . encroaches on i government
property;- Uncle Sam has; sent de-
ln; the ; former . International conven- tac-ment of . regular soldiers, to seize
unflueu, Afldt unwarran:-
L UILDING MATERIAL ;
,r.s 6 Cco;':e;
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, :J X Limited v-
LANDER YOUNG BUILDING
"Cverythina in Books"
; watch; repairing rv:
Alexander Young Building v
ca are generally careful about
ate of their health, and they are
to make good use: of remedies
n as disease preventives. - Germ-
3 and antiseptics are included in
class, but the greatest care should
iercised in using any which con-
r clsons, unless prescribed by a
;cian.- -1 '
. y reason of its absolute safety ind
Leneficial results, physicians have
nsly recommended Tyree's Antf
. uc powdef.H is unequale4 as : a
i vcntive of contagious disease; heal
i diseased tissues, ulcers and dell
to membrane passages, and ideal as
douche.; A ,25-cent package snakes
o gallons standard solution. Sold
druggists everywhere..; Send fox
cklet and free sample. i ' '
S. Tyree, Chemist, Washington, D. C
Ilrerythlng la the printing line at
-nalletln, Alakra trert; bnineh,
r.Vant streeL . .
office upon men who are members In
good standing in evangelical churches.
2. Each association . is; entitled, to
two regular delegates'1 chosen v from
the active membership and to one
more regular delegate for each com
plete one hundred active members ad
ditional to the .- first - one hundred
active members in the association.': .
Z Boards of : directors of metropo
litan associations,, where such boards
ere composed entirely of . active mem
bcrs; branches and department asso
ciations having : a v distinct; member
ship, roll and s whose committees ; of
management are 'composed . of men
who." are ; members of ' evangelical
tburches are -entitled . to : the same
number of delegates , as are -teparate
reioclations f equal membership. v
v 4 Student ' associations 'thai .per
mft non-church rmembers-'td vote' ate
entitled to; representation in , the J In
ternational .conventioa, , cased oniy
uon the number of their, active mem
bers who.are memberc of evangelical
churches, ahd- they can be represent?
cd in; the - convention only,; by, such
members.: ; N; - .-- .-' '-- -' V : .
In .' addition to sehding Its , full
quota of , regular (voting) v-' delegates,
associations aie. Invited to send other
representative men, who are active In
association ; work, to attend ; the r con-
member- Canada, in 19X0, 1 W. A. Bowen .went j cause of
and holdJM A delegate from the local associa; fcd gpooning.
tion and was elected as one. of the
vice-presidents, and n!907 during the
convention at Washington; D.r Ci the
association was represented by Gov-
pernor Prear: who was accorded , a po
sition of; honor.' It: is ; they desire or.
aloft? the bypaths of the
University - of Illinois.: the' authorities
fcay have'to install an-enlarged and
more thorough -system of Jlghting the
the local association to have a larger iTjdes that all proposals $f - marriage,
represeniauon n u ,oonvenuon uuf : sbaU he : made in - writing, itus ,wm
year than at any otner tormer ume.Jmik blackmail plots impossinieand
At the tlmelne jconvenUon is held ;te a basis for -lawsuits; aS -'fi :X
In Cincinnati: this year,"W. A. Bowen iMj-mznho was- thrown 'Oft a -New
wifl . be ' in Ohio,' and it is - expected
that he, will act as fane;of the dele
6tes.' 'There; are several " Important mat
ters which the Honolulu association
would ; like to have brought, tip at ; the f
convention this year,; one , of these be
ing the need of army , and ; navy ; as
sociation' work on the Island of Oahu.
It -will also le a good opportunity at
this time to further the projectidn for
making Honolulu a training center for
association secretaries . f n the Orient
If this ; plan , were adopted, Honolulu
would at : all . times .Save a group of
young college menin training Tor the
work off the ; association in V other
fields. t'it$ '- : fr&.P (l?sy- C
i Photo-rngraTlng of hlghest ? grade
ean.be secured from the &tar-Bulletin
Photongravlng Plant r' "
r,liLi2S5 ed to tetting more than 50 res.
Testifying before the committee inves
tigating th "arson trustT he clalme.;
Uiat more than 1000 persons . askei
him to start fires for them since-1907.
'Nelthef the striking garment mak
ers in New fYork nor the, manufactur
ers show An v' sign of weakening. Mrs.
Rose Pastor . Stokes ' is advocating the
reTusal of tenants to pay rent if land
lords try to dlsnossers sny families of
strikers while the strike is on.
.. Pongee ; "trouserettes of- delicate
shades , are being worn at 1 s'rlctlr
tocdoir .'teas: among' the fashionables
--so they say! ' .; .'"'V.f.-:S
"J. The Housewives ' League ofv Ne w
Yorkhas begun a crutado on the high
pi ice of butter, - They-urge the use of
iisa- in J ts place to force the decreasa
in consumpon sn hence in prices. ,i
r Johp N. Gilly s of the Willys Ovcr
ipnd company, of Toledo has subscrib.
ed $150,000 toward the ocean-tCHJcean
A bill has' been . inrtoducea , in the'
: Massachusetts, legislature jwhlch prs-
Yoi k CehCral freight, trafar'as a Yesult
of" which he had his two teet cut dff.
sued f the company and .hasoust naa a.
Used D. D. D. Six ZrsatSsv- -.Alt
lih!!i Gar 4f i'AVi ?.
::Khxf tii ' 'AilJobn Iledmond.)has'heett,'gIven :the
rhl fsTtfte Ifclual -Skper fine &Iri&rm T. C'llrW W itt 'tff f?fftish ead-
Croman. Santa-Kow.-'CaiM- wftn tnewon
cerfuV p. D. D. iPrescrtpton.; j V.
IX IX D. 1 tbe proven Ikma Cura
themild -waeh-ihat vj instant' teHf;
tn - all : forms Bktn -'tMJble. v.
v Cleahses - the strtn rot' all 1inpurltl
washes awajr , blotches ,ad i pimplea,
leaving- the. skin as.amooj and pealthy
as that of -a'Chtrd. ..i-.w? .
Get ' a Mc oottle.of . W .Tvonderful
Eczema Core .today ana .leepit the
We know that D. P. ill do all that
Is claimed, for, it.; -C t y ;a 7
Benson, SmltS'sV CoDruggtsts. ;
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PEHPETRATED 3Y. VAIT Mc DOUOALL
H TH E O N LV
fK .-f p THAT. ISN'T! ft
a - , m -. Si ----- - m m - - . '
irpesTerecl us like in f
llhotidkt'WcI never bull it off '
Till vounc Dubbs he Uew In -
ndJeravilevvAskn lo one.
rRvctsnt'unTl I tney vds mdde one
And sUtf Inthetrdin
! IhdJvve his surel
And we rhdd lost
tfomoiter Kowunluclv vou ore
is envyingty oir soTTsndp
V ''Hm Sr1 'ptAndhodlostournJdne!
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T SMMW.S '( N0BIR&-- - i troAjfE. STRIKE. ) r-i COSHJS
" surest . y ! I 7 f0P
victor's Valm by alt'tire Bfftish ead-
ers. His address before tne vote o
home rule- for Ireland was one of the
greatest speeches i. heard in England
in several generations ; '
MnC Waldorf Astor,; first wife lof
tne man who ) lost ' his "life ' in the
Titanic dlsasterI' generally acknowl
edged to be the most popular Ameri
can hostess-In; England. She vjllls
every requiremenL ' , ' ' .
In - the : possible ; break-up ' of vthe
Austrian Empire, it Is said the Count
Bsechenyi, whtf - married Gladys ; Van
derbilt, is -the f favorite for the Aus
trian . throne.v ! . ,, , M :
Queen. Msry. of England is said kto
have -but one hobby, that of collect
ing old silver, of which she, naturally
possesses a considerable quantity; - ; '
Ireland is busily preparing for the
Incw order of things. . The ! r.anie of
Richard Croker is rumored to be on
the list for the new senate, as well as
several Irish emigrants.- ':'
- F0REI05 5KW8.
Procured Lydia E. Pixikham,t
which made His Wife :
Middletown, Pa "I had headache,
backache and such awful bearing down
pains that I could not be on my feet at
times and I had organic inflammation so
badly that I was not able to do my work.
I could not get a good meal for my hus
band and one child. My neighbors said
they thought my suffering was terrible.
" My husband got tired of seeing me
suffer and one night went to the drug
store and got me a bottle of Lydia E.
Pmkham's Vegetable . Compound and
told me I must take it I can't tell you
all I suffered and I can't tell you all that
your medicine has done for me. . I wss
greatly benefited, from the first and it
has made me a well woman. I. can do
all my housework and even helped some
of my friends as welL I think it is a
wonderful help to all suffering women.
I have got several to take it after see
ing what it has done for me." Mrs.
Emma Espenshade, 219 East Main St,
The Pinkham record is a proud and hon
orable one. , It is a record of constant
victory over the obstinatels of woman
ills that deal out despair. It is an es
tablished fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has restored
health to thousands of such suffering
women. Why don't you try it if you
need such a mediqne?
If yon want special advice write to
r.jdia E Pinkham Medicine Cd. (confi
dential) Ljnn, Mass, Yosr letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
woman and held in strict eo&Hdeaee,
IfYMrCaatortatfanda ant la Ita'cUta, la air
thirty yaia of practice 1 caa tay X aem aaTa f mbiI
sajtaiag tast as tiled tha ptae,, .
'f "';; Waaoa 8aumrr;st.Bw-'': -''
htby aa4 Sad It picaatt to tahvasd haT obtatoad
- j. S V S. A. BQCsaaAS,1LIX, - i
:.v;:;::: h ralladalpWa,Pa
, X uikt pleatart Is wcoeundiag you Cutoris,
Striae feeansMBdad tta la aiany tostaocea, aa4
matte It tha beat latrndra that eoald be saed,
ftpadaUy tor children. .; - .- . ' 5
XlaTHASisr. K. Enn M. D, BC Loola, Mo.
yUcSUu Cast orla ;
:mt aM ac4 yoar Outorla sad foaad H aa
azeaHcat tesMoy ta sf Tteaathols a&4 stlvat
pxactka for naayywn. Tha fcmatawaUaav' ,
. .; . i"'- " B. J, Tatt, II.
r -. J' Ah' :- 1' : ; - s Xlrootj St T '
I tad yw Oaoria to Tm a t'zzZxl tz-"y
tmntdy It la tha beet thing far tc'iata ! tli
dm I a?s tfc kaavs aai I itcosuaeni it."
;':rx a a.X Titntnowi 11. ft,'- :
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( "ZUiiajt dorief Da paat tlx yan prtacr 1 jva
Cattoria for ta'tttlla atoaMch dlaonUrt, I Kt
aeartSf eomraeod Its aaa. Tha foraa'a c --'aa
aoCilsg fckterkxu to tU raoai duti or cl : s.
-: - J, &. Zixiorr, 2L ft, I'-rf C.-?.'
Children Cry for Flotcho r'o Caotorla.
In Use F o r O vor 3 0
T , r mvmmiv twit,
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OF HONOLU.U, HAWAII.
" , .
: . - STATEMENT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 31, 1812. t V A , :;V
Loans. Discounts and over
Furniture and fixtures . . ; . . 1,728.24
Cash on hand and in banks., 7,570.83
Other assets . .. .. .t. v ; 6,430.70
Capital and surplus .3.'),12 C3'
Deposits : , .''. f'ftj i ;t';v';V , ' -4 1 ,4 1 P . " T.
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, X, M. Komeya, manager of the Japanese Bank, do solemnly swear that ,
the above Statement is true to the best. of my knowledge and belief ' :;
- w.-i- t. a:.-.;. ' m: komeya,
M Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21stday of January,' 1313.' , ; !
. Notary Public. First Judiciary District. V
5445 Jan. 21, 28, Feb, A.
The: "Peer" of 'All League Balls
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ls made in strict accordance with 'the requirements anl specif ica
tions of The National and American Leagues' and Is official for use in u
any game playeof'under the National Agreement Rulea : ' ..-.-.-
THE FIRST AND ONLY EIGHTEEN .INNING GUARANTEED BALL.
.Adopted by the Oahu League. . , .-y .-.' - ;
' Full line of Goldsmith Athletio Goods. ' .
H. HAGKFELD & CO., Lid.
- , -Agents. .
IVar D3clarcd on nats. r.llco end tlocolioo
fun m m m trt't9 tuttm ww I I .
It haa been ciesticallr dMHonstrmted that rt ar
dirctiy repoti5ibla for tha aprd o Babeaia fUw
aad other draadfnl diaeasea, and it ia tha fanperathra
datj of araryona to extern iaate theaa peats by uaias
Rat and Roach Paoto,
Used aacccaafnlly durin tha paat 25 yaan throflf1Jmt
the aatira civilixed world. - It ia readr for naa, better
than trap, aadcanoot blow into food liht aztanaisa
tora ia powder form. t '.' J - ! " --:
Crwaraiaat Dtaaif ata mmd Beeeda of rU
Heeithweettheer erjerfeetheaiade aff I
Meey back il k bile. Beaare to vt the i
2oz.box23c 16 oz- box SI. OO.
. Seti by eVwsaiata aieijwaeta. "- -
trusty oesrrs putt. co,. cca natsu.