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TUB HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY. MAY fl, 1012.
FAVOR THE CURFEW FOR MEN
MAGAZINES FREEiWITH STAR
J. What is good for my cough?
A. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Q. How long has it been used?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctors endorse it?
A. If not,we would not make it.
Q. Do you publish the formula?
A. Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol in it?
A. Not a single drop.
Q. How may I learn more oi this?
A. Ask your doctor. He knows.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Wfd by Dr. 1. C, Ayer L Co.. Ull. Mm.. U. S, A.
Now O pen
MEAL8 20c and 25c
tHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURI
tfuuanua Street', off Chaplain Lan
DURINO YOUR ABSENCE
FROM THE ISLANDS we are
prepared to manage your estate
and look after your interests
here. You will find It greatly
to your advantage to place the
management of your affairs
with a responsible concern.
Come and See Us as to Terms.
BISHOP & CO.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
Plumbers and Sheet Metal Workers
STOVES AND RANGES.
Phone 8067. Cor. King and Bishop St.
rill Bare you money. Call and see
'. one In operation.
ACETYLENE LIGHT & AGENCY
) Bnataee avenue, off South EL
Pau ka Hana
HA8 NO RIVAL IN SOAP.
Hotel, near Fort.
Shipping and Con
SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala 8ugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Mill Co.
Fulton Iron Works, of 8L Louis
Babc6ck & Wilcox Boilers.
Green's Fuel Economizer.
Matson Navigation Co.
New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company, of Boston.
..Aetna Insurance Co. ..
National Flro Insurance Co.
Citizen's Insurance Co. Hortforo
Fire Insurance Co.
The Londor Assurance Corporation
1 lMt'.ibuiR Gnzottv Times: The I'ln- the day, so to apeak, mid they netunlly
clnnntl woman who at a teinperancol delink' themselves Into tlu belief tbnt
union meeting advorated u curfew fori there Is no Joy unite so comparable
Consolidated Soda Water
Is Absolutely Pure
men. and declared thai they ought to
bo compullcd "to net off the slreotH"
by nine o'clock, unless they had a
valid excuse, will be laughed out of
countenance of course. Hut she
not far wrong nt that. Staying outl
o' nights Is an Insidious malady. It
r.ttacks nil Boris of men. One may'
catch It unconsciously and become a
confirmed victim of It before realizing
Its limitless danger.?. And the worst
of It Is thnt neither domestic nor any
other kind of science has yet been
able to discover or devlso a sure cure
for It. It Is a disease as old ns the
world this habit of staying out too
late f.t night.
A man's home may be ever so com
fortable, and his family circle the
abiding place of virtue and content
ment, but once he Is good nnd proper
ly bitten by the stayln-out germ there
Is Httlo hope for him unless his wife,
or some other gentle soul to whom ho
yields allegiance, Is sufficiently strong
minded to take him In hand while the
ailment Is In Its Incipient .stages. With
some men night is the finest pnrt of
with a few houra stolon from tho flro-
side and sleep In the company of real
or Imaginary good fellowship. They
do not necessarily go to the bad, but
Ib nollhor do they tend toward an ele
vation of moral standards. In almost
every Instance, however, the practice
creates domestic dlflcord, for tho sim
ple reason that the male species Is
not to be trusted implicitly when be
Is outside the zone of that intluenco
'which ho'ds tho homo to be a little
more sacred nnd a little nearer to
heaven thnn any other .section of
God's foodstool. There's the rub! It
Is not so much what a man does
when he stays out late provided ho
is clean and decent in his conduct
but what he losr.s in the associations
and environments of tho piece he
calls home. Just the same, there Is
only one Individual more Irritating
than the man who Is seldom home, or
who Is too often out late, and that Is
the fellow who hangs around the
hoiwe all tho time. So there is much
to be said on both sides of the nine
o'clock curfew question.
Morning Cable Report
(Continued from Page One.)
NEW ORLEANS, La., May G. With more than ono hundred thousand
men, women and children driven from their homes throughout tho state,
with tho sugar plantations in fifteen of the parishes seriously damaged if
not ruined by the floods, this city finds itself facing ono of tho most tre
mendously grave situations since tho Civil War. At least a dozen lives
have been lost within tho last few days by tho rise in the river.
Boats aro continually bringing in refugees until now New Orleans is
packed with a vast crowd of destltuto humanity. The lower portion of
tho city is flooded. Tho old French town 1b flooded for the most part and
Jackson Square Is several feet under water, and the historic buildings there
At Baton Rouge, the capital of tho state, the river is rising fast and
much of tho country between this and that city is under water.
Frantic efforts are being made to protect the levees north of tho city,
and all classes of people are working. Mayor Martin Berhman has received
many telegrams offering assistance, but so far has declined all aid.
The prediction of a further rise in tho river has resulted in an exodus
of the women and children from the city, the trains bound for Louisville
and Nashville being crowded with passengers. Many washouts aro reported.
EL PASO, Texas, May 5. The Mormon settlement at Colonla. Diaz has
been attacked and looted by Mexican rebels. American citizens in the col
ony were forced to organize themselves for resistance. Hastily arming
they repulsed the rebels and drove them from the scene of the looting.
MAZATLAN, Mexico, May 5. Consul Alger has requested permission
from the Immigration authorities at Washington to admit 400 Chinese from
tho vicinity of Mazatlan, fearing a repetition of tho Torreon massacre by
the Mexican rebels.
So acute is the feeling of lnsccurity hero that two banks havo for
warded $1,900,000 in gold and securities to San Francisco for safety.
TORREON, Mexico, May 4. Tho rouol army, numbering 7000, have de
feated Madero's army in battle hero, with General Orozco leading tho reb
els, Gomex has assumed the provisjonai 'presidency of tho revolutionary
republic. ' ' '
;EL PASO, Texas, May C Private Baker, one of the American sol
diers now patrolling the Mexican bo(ieri Was shot and seriously wounded
yesterday afternoon by two Mexicans concealed across tho river. He was
hurried to a local hospital. The bandits escaped. Ono of them afterward
murdered J. D. Harvey, an American colonist, , in cold blood.
DALLAS, Texas, May 5. Incomplete returns from the state primaries
held here yesterday give Taft thirty-eight delegates to the state conven
tion against thirty-seven for Roosevejt.
The Democratic vote gives Wilson 206 delegates, Harmon eighty-three
and Clark twenty-five. Many precincts are still to bo heard from.
OYSTER Bay. May G. In a statement issued yesterday Roosevelt de
clares that "Taft knows that I never sald, as ho claims I have, that the an
titrust act should be repealed," and reiterated his former statement that
"Mr. Taft, when secretary,, knew nnd repeatedly approved of jny attitude
In the matter of the Harvester trust. He specifically approved of my
course in that matter."
RHINECLIFF-ON-HUDSON. N, Y., May fi. The body of Colonel John
Jacob Astor, one of the victims of th Titanic horror, was burled hero yes
terday. WASHINGTON, May 6. President Taft and many other friends of the
late Major Archibald Butt, yesterday participated in a memorial service.
The President spoke highly of tho moral nnd mental qualities of his aide,
who was drowned In the sinking of the White Star liner Titanic. After
tho services the President took the train for Cincinnati, where he will be
gin a three-day campaign In Ohio.
ROME. Italy, May 6. Dispatches from Rhodes yesterday announced
that an Italian fleot bombarded that city and after a shell fire lasting sev
eral hours, during which the ships themselves suffered heavily, forced the
Turks to capitulate.
NEW YORK, May 5. Ten thousand suffragettes paraded Fifth avenue
yesterday. Grand dames of wealth trudged shoulder to shoulder with their
less fortunate but no less militant sisters.
LINCOLN, Neb., May 6. Moreley, one of the five bandits who broke
jail some weeks ago, under the leadership of March, was convicted Satur
day of murder in shooting lown a guard, and will be sentenced soon. The
jury recommended a life term.
IN THE COURTS
Leong Keo Sin, administrator of the
estate of Leong Nam,, deceased, has
filed his final accounts in the probate
court He charges himself with re
ceipts totaling $3951.70, and asks to
bo allowed expenditures in the sum
of $127.75, leaving a cash "balance of
$3823.95 to be distributed to the
Job Batchelor, as master, has filed
his reports on the third annual ac
counts of Mrs Virginia R, Isenberg
and E. G. Dulsenberg, guardians of
the estates of Alexander Hackfeld
Isenberg and Rudolph Alexander Isen
berg. He finds both accounts correct
in every particular and recommends
that tho court approve them.
As guardians of the estate of the
first named minors, the guardians
charge themselves with $39,955, of
which $24,467.51 was Income derived
from dividends, stocks and bonds,
and ask to bo allowed $21,211.76, the
amount expended. As guardians of
Rudolph, they charge themselves with
$40,016.80 end ask to be allowed
$21,235.60. Of tho receipts during the
year, $24,504.39 was Income from divi
dends, stocks and bonds.
S. F. Chillingworth baa been ap
pointed by Judgo Whitney tempor
ary administrator of the estate of
Joseph R. Mills, deceased.
Tho "ghost walked" in tho federal
court Saturday and everybody Is
flush and happy.
The case of Roso Leo Tyler versus
Hen Wise and Kate Milton, a suit
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CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department of our business will bo discontinued, bo, while
the goods last, will be sold regardless of price.
80 S. KING STREET, between Nuuanu and Bethel.
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
sJSMifiS INTER STATE
MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi lonneau.
MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new
en bloc motor, Ayi in. hore. 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P.
MODEL 50 7 Passenger. I' ore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head
5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P
" ' GEO. W. MOORE
Demonstrator and Selling. Agent.
for damages for alleged breach of
contract, was decided by Judge
Cooper for tho defendants. Tho plain
tiff claimed that she had been brought
from Chicago by Wlso and Milton un
der contract to perform at a local
theater for twelvo weeks at $35 per
week, but that at the end of ono
week sho was discharged and paid
Oroen stamps are as good as gold
rben you buy at the stores, Don't
forget to ask for them.
HONOLULU SYMPHONY SOCIETY
Tuesday Evening, May 7th.
Soloists-Miss Edith Rosslyn Col- Reserved seats $1.00, 75c and 50c.
nis, Mr. Carl Mlltner. n0w on sale at tho box offlco of the
Accompanist Mrs. L. Tcnney Peck.Orphoum Theatre, Hotel street.
THE KING OF
Ask your Grocer for It.
HELPS THE FLOWERS
Potash Is needed In the soil as a plant food. Dr. Wilcox finds that
immense quantities of it Is In the black sand we sell. Why' don't
you use it on your lawn?
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co., Ltd.
uomnson huh un. QnMn streot
FINE ORIENTAL GOODS
Original Designs Large Assortment Crepe and Embroideries,
Kimonos, Carved Ivory, Brassware, Vases, Carved Furniture, etc.,
The Japanese Bazaar
FORT STREET near Convent
FIGURED TO MATCH IN TWO-TONED
Sizes 18x36, 21x46, 27x64, 30x60, 36x72 64x90, 6x9, 8x10, 9x11.
Colors, Green, Red, Blue and Browa
"COYNE FURNITURE CO., Ltd.
DENNISON'S CREPE TISSUE
In exquisite shades and colors. A very
large shipment has just been opened.
HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, Ltd.
Alex. Young Building.
In the price of
Puts them within the reach of all I
users of electric light.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,