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. t . A Tonic SVca Yr.cm: : AIIc6;i?a0l n1- n r' - c J Lilly UM!; ilU , ' I i i M ns) ry r t ; r - 1 1 li LlasonicTempl QUALITY mm Vr SA f RAUGI800 Ccary Street, above Union Square f European TIaa $1X0 a day up " X r . American Plan S3.00 a day tip i: TJcvr rteel cd trick structure. i Etery : ccmfort -and convenience. " A !if? claw hstc! at very moderate .-. rals. In tee center of theatre and V retail district. On tar lines trans- v erring to ail parts of city. Electric McMnibas meets all trains and ; ' steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized -V at Hawaiian ltlhiid Headquarters. Cable Address "Trtweu" ABC code.; ' J-ILLove.IIonoluIu representative. Abxiilotrlj new and most up-to-date ltrlrl onttiJe f Honolulu. Unsurpass ed Sea Balking. Beautiful climate and rxuuMte er nery. Excellent Meals. CIC5C to the rnairnlfleent "Kalluwaa rullx." Auto for hire. "Train to the door. Kates Iiedsonable. Yh Tali 32 miles. Phone 872. A. ft ACBRET, Trop. II r;!r.!rr:ci ConcrcU CuHJIbs. 223 Rooms. 21 Crst e rrif -3 Jirt'jrit lttifnl Hock. Rates It. tU3 Wl:zsanton:IIotd'; j - ' MODERATE RATES ' Army and Navy T Headquarters ," Cpeclil Rates tfor Long Stay FREE. SWIMMING, TENNIS AND GARAGE. .Ccr. Wilder "and Punahou Phone' 3427." " v MRD. L. M. GRAY, Manajer. Hotel Potter, Saita Barbara Has rrc;arcd for the tocr- I: I l.us!ne?s ty the aJdltloa; of two r.cre lur.jilcNts tearful! furnished. They tro r.jw rcaJIy fcr cccu- ; cy. - :;v ; ' r :::s jo:u:zo:K: C r: x, L c v " Vi r. : y ir J w i - - - n WAJl'.ZA, KAUAI Newly nmovtted Ctl Hotsl en Keuii Tcuriit Trx-a Cc'IcIUi V',-;U 'GOOD itCALS ': ? rules Ror.l! - ; C W. CPITZ - rreprUtor Vhy not save money n . oy Gpcnaui inaniis: j giving Day at ? ilALEIWA - 1! E FOR A SWIM AT THE TZrdldld Inn;';-". NEXT SUNDAY . Caya the Wise' Datner Vienna Bakery, has the best Home-made Bread, German Pretzels and' Coffes Cake. De sure and ring up 2124, 1129 FORT STREET i The PALII CAPE , la now located in Its new build ing. 116-118 IIOTEL. STREET. General Catetlng cf the Highest v - - Class . - : . J ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES Th Host Popular Candies Uad I ; - on the Coast " ' i HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. 1 1C24 Fort St. Telephone 1354 ' T7ecft(y Calendar MONDAYS Lclaloka Chapter S. S, O.E.S. . Regular - . TUESDAY ' 1 t ; Honolulu Lodge, first drjrrc. WEDNE8DAY1 . f ' - HuWalhn Lodge,' Hilrd degree. THURSDAYS - t FRIDAYi . H N Oceanic lodge, third dearer. SATURDAY I " All vleltlng members of tha order are cordially invited to at tend meetings of local lodges. ; ) H050LUIU LODGE, CIS, B P. 0. E. uw!s "onoiuiu Lodre t No. v ; bib. .n. p. n ... mt meet in their hall, on King ; St, near Fort, eTerjr Friday cvenlnf. Visiting Brothers axe cordially inrlted to at tend. 'H-"'v-;V; A. Ii MURPHY. E. R. II. DUNSHEE. Sec. Meet, on the 2nd ' and , 4th jioa dayg of each .-month at K. P, Hall, 7: SO p. m. Members of oth Marino Engineers' Associations Deneflclal . - are cordially In ; Association .. . vlted to attend. THL ITcIItMEY LODGE, IfO. 8, v-v ... , k. of.r. MeeU erery 2nd and 4th Eatur day erening at 7;20 o'clock; In K. cf P.: Hall, cor. i'ort and Eeretan! a. Visiting ' fcrcthers icrciaily lnTlted to attend. ; r ' ' ? . A. F. GEIITZ. C C. . P.. KILBCY. K. R. B. ; KOXOLULD LODGE KO. 8"3, :. L. 0. 0. s . srlll meet la Odd' Fellows' building, Fort f treet, near, King, efery Friday STO.sIag at 7:30 o'clock.. . i , ViiUg brothers . cordially ; taylted to attend. " ' ' : A1IBK0SE J. "WIRTZ. - Dictator. JAMES W. LLOYD, Secretary., MEETING " NOTICE. Oahu Lodge, I. O. I G. T., wUl meet in the roof garden, Odd Fel- fi lows' BIdg., first and ' third Tuesday at half- GEO.. W. PATY, Chief Ternplar. NOTICE. The Uniform Rank of the L. O. O. M. will drill every "first and third : Monday of each month at the Odd ! Fellows lldg., S7:S0 p. m. H; S. WI1ITC0MB, Capt - PAUL W. BANKS. Clerk. II onaers 7 Crlghtening up ; your '' house - and civn3" an up-to-date ' appearance by using some of the new - .-v: : ': li Till- cJlJ They're handsomer than any; we've ever lad inexpensive, "too :m :- ; . AGENTS. , v 177 S. King St. A FEW. CENTS :: will Insure, registered and unregisler edi parcels, of merchandise . by mail against loss from ary cause whatever; 1IOME INSURANCE CO. UF 1IAWAI I, r-.: . LTD. ' ; :: . V 96 King Street, corner Fort. U : ... Telepbono 323. ' 1 -: v v GRAND REDUCTION SALE November ;1 ; to, Norember 30 i ; Hardware," Crockery, Implements and K V Sporting Goods. We give ' v a Stamps for Cash. . SING CHAN CO. : 223 King St " : : Opp. Aala Park THE Limits V ' Bucceasors to ': , Brown 4k Lyon Co Ltd. 'ALEXANDER YOUNG UILDINO .:-: T Every thing in Booka" ': ' ' W j.- -v Can UO V Lever5 & Gooke Crossroads Bookshop Arc you pale, weak, casHy, lirdd, . and do you Jack ncr.'e power? Ask your doctor if Ayers S3r saparflla would rot be good for " you. He . kngnv and vlXl ;2id--; vise you wissly. K6t si drop of U alcohol, in this mediche. .It, puts red corptfe into the blood, gives steady, even power ' to the nerves; and all without . stimulation. Make no mistake. vTake'only those medidnesihie best doctors endorse, Ask your own doctor. " ' J f-w'wf 4 lyDr. 1 & Arw A fiA Mu IL S. pr.37 iv g:':d ? when you uie it out of a 'Leon- . x ; aid Cleaatblc Rretor. The porceUia" linioa and pafect "am"-.' ; -Ury construe boa do eway with ii - 11 caacet for die accutnulatioa of ' ' oaxt and oifecstve odors. ; ' ' THE LEONARD 'y: CLE AN ABLE, y. Porcelain Linf , ' ' vREFRIGERA TOR ha the famous tune wall construe. tlon Which keep the cold air' tn 1 : and the warm : air out. If 'you kccp uc coki air in If , ina ; air out. If you ; n J , irtkle'of food tocbme ft ingerator 'aa wct ' y saw as' when it went wuh every article fcT food i . out of your .and .wholeacme to,' tiea buy faraoua 'Leonard" C!eanalJlc,.' We "are local agrnu f and have a full Il'ic ready' for W absolute? guaranteed. .,:: x AGENT3. ' 4 : U Honololn. were a gala swrpt by a con il a gmllon, could 'ion collect y oor Insurance! ; c ? C; Brewer 6 Co.. Ltd. .i'V (ESTABLISHED 1825) ; represent : the the largest and ,t ttronscst fire Insnrauce compa ' aJes la the world, i.r - "Liberal 'Settlements eirhyThat Vacant So Is a thought; that comes to' many people as they . pass-, by placarded j property. Perhaps, on the day when the placards were hung ; in the . windows, "somebody " was Watching the "To ' Let ads in the hope of i finding '' exacUy such ; a 'place. Perhaps today somebody would answer a classified ad of that . very house if the 'owner : had been wise enough to publish onel' ' : Everyone Readsthe :-StiLr-TBulletin i Classified ETerythiBf In - nrlctlnfr 11bi ut Star-liulletln, I Alain slrfet btar.ch, Kerthaat street, -- V6 17 tV, iiTin n arfn - fAwmctatcd Prcsa rwS 173d J i the scat of xvar i SAX FRANCISCO cial. dispatches from assert .Mcawme uuiganan army concentrating Its attack on the Tchat a!Ja lines " and that the Turks' are making a desperate reoistance. A jgrreat tattle is progressing, as well as - in? ynviei epiaeniic js oeaaiy. ana It Is asserted than an average of one thousandcases ; are ndW cenrrinv - - Jr ''- JUDSE, PERKY "XA3IET r . TO SUCCEED II E Ylir R S BOISE, Idaho. Nov; 16. Governor James II Hawley has refused the ap pointment to fill ' the vacancy in Uae United , States senate .caused .hy the death of Seriator Heyburn, and "Judge K. . I. ' Perky of Boise has been named to fill but the unexpired term. C f .Night FEDERAL To the Advertiser ?: Austria and Houmaiiia are prepar ing ; to . invade ; Servla and Bulgaria. . Under the " agreement : with" Turkey, the intentions, of Austria are said' to have been known to ;the: other Euro pean powers Tfor; the last , f ortyight UOUrS. ; -i vo: J. '- -A - " Austria ; haa.:mpbiJited ;three army corps Within- a., day s march of kBcl grada-' IZoumania has;; 63lb00 troops ready . o sweep down on the unpro tected cities of Bulgaria. ;' r , An ; unverified, report from "Vienna states that .Austria is to be given an Important, port on the Adriatic and a strip of : territory connecting with a port , on ie Aegean. , "Itoumanla Is also to be extended at the expense of Bulgaria The feeling In, London to night. is tbat the serious stago of the Balkan war. has just begun. . - :. , .. t..' - . : v For twenty years of faithful service as the 'only vomaii keeper, of a sea coast ' light.t lirs. E. A. . Fisher of Point- of ; Fines, near Pacific Grove, has received "the' United States eff i- ciency rmedaj"? anda leUer of; com nendatlon from 1 the chief of ; the lighthouse service. ,. S'iMss: - i : .Lieut. : George, E. r.Goethals, v son ' ol Uncle - Sam'sn chief engineer on the Isthmus,' today -salleHl for Panama on the United Fruit steamer Paoli. . Lieutenant TGoethals Is specially de tailed on the fortifications work, but the war department has' put a seal on the lips-of all . the engineers engaged on : that work. '"y' ';". Wiss' Mary ' Bay less, : . formerly ; of West vUnlonhaa heen chosen to .till the -social position' of -private secret tary to Mrs f Woodrow Wilson, wife of Uhe ' President-elect of theTUnlted states.. -.v ::v . "-v.- r GlenhU.(rtis8:Vfterial-terra-ma- rine ; crdft, - which flies like a i bird, skims the water like a fish, and rolls along on land like - a ; ninety-horse power racin g car, was I successfully tried out today. " . ' r- The new' machine ? has Its . wheels forward of the center of gfavlty and Is equipped ?wlthar tail skid, i- ? Another ; rich strike "of ? placer gold has "been niade tn the Bay State group opposite claims four and five, below Anvil Creek, -Alaska, ; adjoining the ground . on' vhich Vpay' was struck a few', days ago,'';."'" ','-:-., .-' . '. Presumably "President-elect ;?AVils6n -1- ' ' will Jnvlte; Colonel ' William Jennings Bryan to - betcome 'a' fnember of his! cabinet,- and "there is 'much specula tion 5 as -to ; CqJbnel ' Bryan's reply to t his overture. He has been In Wash: ington ' a week 'and n6 one ha been able to get'Mhe ' slightest inkling ras to his attitude. '': '.- -iS' Commander W. H. G. Bttllard has t been named superintendent to assist J In the ncw . wireless station In Arling.-i ton, Virginia. - Orders ' were issued today for the following officers tp report'" to ' the aviation- school In San Diego on De cember 1; First Lieut. Samuel II. Mb; Clcary. Coast Artillery, and Lewii It! Goodyear, Jr., 'Coast Artillery. ' ' In '.connection with the nreliminary conference between William Jennings Bryan arid Democratic leaders now In the Capital, U'has developed that sen timent was greatly in favor of radi cal reductions of the tariff on foreign import products affecting the cost of living.- ' Colonel Bryan and others are said ;to favor free sugar and the removal ef all restrictions on Imports from the Philippines contained in the Payne-AIdrich ' act. . "Jack" Johnson,' as Hiram W. John sen, Jr., son of the governor of Cali fornia is popularly known took easy honors in a fistic encounter yester day with a husky, youngster ; from CBrowns Bronciiia! Troches. for a dry cougK there is rvolMrvg belter. J Iivslanlly re leve & throat f roubles, hoarse ness and ciuglvsv Over Wireless j is a 'health barometer he j j a cause we' live by it find ph t j it poor, blood wc are . j colds lack na t u ra t energy o jj dition can be promptly cor- j abounding in blood-making ! j-aopertiea, rich m tissue-build- H Is 51 ingmaienaianasomeaianaiiy effective that -it compels h n vtVor. vitalitv and irives blood Sf $ : , ; r I i ( ".Ti ; .' - p jj md CltSUl ItTCe ICr J CT t If -..V.-'" .t v" t t--iVt S 2 1? r. Btfinfj Monterey in the" wine toom of the St. Francis 1 fotel.' Z, o; . : ru " J v ' Young Johnson resented an ; Insult with one blow that did th'b other; up. The meat market has gpue to the dogs, literally ' describes jibe later at tempt of Germany to relieve. the meat famine. 'In Berlin city dog thieves are very acUve In bagging game, and butchers - openly pay a fat price for captured dogs.;' '. Namerous' young men have adopted log-snatch!ng as; an easy way cf mak ing pocket money. ' Clerks ' of the Houseways,, and means committee began ; work today uiwn tariff revision bills for the spi cial; session of UongreS3 which President-elect Wilson has stated be will summon" to meet next April. ' Demands are being :made upon President Yuan Shih. Kal here; today by 'prominent Chinese, : that' war ; be declared against Russia in defense' i)t outer; Mongolia. The . offers of the Trench .andZ Japanese ministers, to mediate " the, situation are strongly opposed,- especially those of Japan.- Absurd .'.and ridicuious' ' was the way. the 'Japanese officials at' Tokjto today referred :.tp the fresh report that Japan is negotiating f or "a" naval base at Manzanilio, Mexico. y j The Waralahs of -'.Australia won the game today In ;;San Trandscq with tbe 'All-Star American: team. Tho score ;'was AVaratahs -12, . Al 1-S tars ' 8. ::v-ZfSi-y , ' 1 --.I " - . -The jury ;ln; the 'ca?e of Ernest Weleh,i,at-;Kpr'aIk,:'V.OnIo''r,chafged vith partftip'ating ?in the tarflng of Minnie : Lcvalley "at .'West Clatksfield, on the night of 'August :30, returned a verdict of guilty of assault and bat tery. ' :.'--':'Jy!J'li ii 'A radiogram : received .at Mare .Isl and Kavy Yard from the commanding officer . cf the cruiser- Denver ask3 that stores be shipped to the vessol at Mazatlan. This Is taken at the yard to indicate that 'the Denver will not- come 'immediately to. the yard 03 had been expected. ; v 'y v. "-y - ' ; " 'f '-r ' - - j '". That James b. JilcNamara, remorse ful over tho' heavy ' loss of .life In t he dynamiting of the Los Angeles Times, declared that ..he .wanted to die' and begged to be shot., was the testimony at Indianapolis today, of Frank Eck hoff, a ' Cincinnati union . worker, at the trial of tBe forty-seven union men charged witif illegally transporting dyiiamite. A ; , -tj .( .. :' 3. ,: ;. ' ; U - Secretary of . the Treasury ; Mc- Vcagh - announced ' here today that Carrol Thompson, President Taft's secretary, . . .would become 4 United States; Treasurer on JTuesday, sue cccdiEg Lee McClung. . C X :V - Chaplain S. II. Bell. First Field Ar- JiL'cry, Schofield 'Barracks, Hawaii, and Lieutenant H. F. Nichols. Coast Artlllcry.Corps, Fort Ruger, " Hawaii, have registered at division headquar ters at t San. Francisco. Monday v It ri3 expected will be dV vntpd tn Riimmlnr nn iht T?nspnthal case Jmd Justice Goff: wDI charge the jury cn" Tuesday morning. , . 4 u DON'T knowthey: - ; I HAVE; APPENDICITIS Many y .Honolulu people 1 "; who have chronic i "aDocndicitisl ' which Is : not very painful, have; doctored ; for" years for gas on the" stomach'sour' stom ach ; or;; constipation';: The HoJlister Drug ' Qo , states If these people will try buckthorn bark, eivcerinc. etc try, buckthorn bark, glycerine, ;'etc, as ' cbmpounded'Jn rAdlerfea,' the Ger man; appendicitis remedy,; they wiii be surprised at the QUICK benefit A SINGLE DOSE relieves these troubles INSTANTLY. : ; ';'.' -; - ' . AtlO St. srnztis Insurance THE B.F. LIMITED ; General Agent for Hawaii: V Atlas -Assuranet . Company - of London, New York Under writers' Agency;.-: Providence Washington - Insurance . ;, Co. 4th Floor, Stangeriwald BIdg. tit" III VfS? . .. . . ...-! f . I ''-'-"' ' t if ' iiii Fire Dil!iri!iam!Co I i IV 1 'it;-;:'-;1;. ;; b ' ; ;; ) 1 ' v TV Authorized of tlic '' -T ''..-: ' : . i 1 c : NOVA OPEN FOR CUCCCniPTION I r J cz::z".: - . '-ticoxo, t:co.c3 t?i TEN YEAR 6 PER 'CENT FIH3T r.Or.TC'C ' : ' INTEREST PAYACLH CUAr7;;L'. ;ST0CK CONUS 2C3 PER' CENT. (Thb Zz: iv' Tcxpsrary. '..'-!:jt:t ta C::r;::i cr r ' THIS PLAN PARTICULARLY AFT AL3 70 7,. y.'Vv-"- --:' :';- 'v-'"' -'' ATIVE CUYZn. ' :1,FIRST SAFETY CF PRINCIPAL.. .;: SECOND SHORT PwRICD ; . THIRD FREQUENT PAYi! ; AN ,0PP0R7UNITY NEVE. 'I Z , Z I V AMERICAN PU3LIC. ) ' '":--r - ( " '" ' a A bonded investment In a .s'r:- c:r; :r -.-'; V practical cil operatsrs. centre i j r - c acres ot.'oil Jcnd. In Caiifcrnij cr. J ?.!;..:::, 1' . v:.. most prcfit-Ic; cil fisIJi In.t'.: '. '' ."marketing tho'Jt;-;J3 cf t.rr;', . . . , : '.--;; 1 TH E S EAEOA R D OIL ' C 7" "sents tKs fruits cf yecrs cf . ; :; whl;h In; their csrr.bintd tt-'.-. : greatest oil ccrporctfcri cv. :- '; r ;'ir;,;: ' JuiiU J - it - . 0 Denda cf'JICOXO face'vslus srs ex;;'Jy t.; : safety as ths 1CC0.CO i;i-j2, as ir tr;rjj ;i c Investment cn the part cf r.:n-wc;::.'iy' p::; .' ;, could not'avail themselves cf th: invciti.- millionaire. . ; tv.;1,.- Purchase .these bends" to the limit cf .y: . r : least buy cne Mbabyw bepd toiy. , ' $ 1C0.C0 wtir buy outright ens ;1 CC.C3 C;!J Z: shares of Stock, par value 5 200. :'ff: CC0.C0 will buy outright one SCICD C:'J L'; - . . r shares of Stock, par value $1CC0. .;-,..: .:;.i." ;,.;' . " ' "1 ; ttCOO.00 will buy outright one $tCC3.C3 Cold C:-J c ' :; shares ,or Stock, "par value TCOCO. i,';;..;V-,,t'' """'?;'" -' -.'-;;'. ; .':.;;;;-; :;. .;,." : ' : or installment payments of ten months, and Insure; iij; amount -of interest at 6 upon the facs valus cf tn; L. : . ' the entire amount. . - ; , ' ' The Title Insurance & Trust Company, ere oft : ' - f institutions In Los Angeles, will act as trustee fcr t: : L ' 4 . : the Seaboard Oil & Transit Company. T7 . ' 1 ( s . FORT NEAR KING STREET I SKOWILOGMBD 1 -' MAQOON 1 "5. i;;0;vPno;1697y: fOM SHARP, STAR-BUttETIW S;75 PE -4, k. . 1 C." - fT C - !, ' " "'T r r- ' ' f; . ;. " "; "-.; ' TE L -and - ?3.'Z : BUILDINQ i.. : liBIIl! 'wfr y.nwoc. v eriwyFjMrn' - ' '