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I ' HONOLtJLU BTAR-BULLETiN; FRIDAY, AUOtTST 1, 1913.
Ik Coyne Quality Coyne Quality f Red This is our ANNUAL AUGUST SALE, and your opportunity to save by BUYING GOOD" FURNITURE FOR LITTLE HONEY J- nJ ; . 1 "7 5"' Red Tag Sale Tag Sale Brass Beds $40.00 REDUCED TO. .........$25.00 32.00 REDUCED TO..... .... 24.00 45.00 REDUCED TO.........; 33.75 37X0 REDUCED TO....,.... 285 33.00 REDUCED TO.. ........ 26.25 Lnameiea iron oeas $17.50. REDUCED TO. ........ .S14.00, 15.00 REDUCED TO.... 12.00 13.50 REDUCED TO.......... 10X0 11.60 REDUCED TO 9.20 8.50 REDUCED TO...... i... 6X0 . 6.50 REDUCED TO. . . .. . . ... . 4.20 Bedroom Itockers $ 3.50 GOLDEN OAK. ........$ - 4.00 GOLDEN OAK...:...... 5.50 GOLDEN OAK...,.. ; 5.00 WHITE. ENAMEL....... 10.00 WHITE ENAMEL..,..,. 11.00, WHITE ENAMEL....... A Kf UAI M I IT-- -w.v rinbiiw i ........ , 6.50 WALNUT 8.00 WALNUT - .. 5.00 BIRD'S EYE; 6.00 BIRD'S EYE .i. f . 2.80 3.20 4.40 4J00 8.00' 8X0' 3.60 r 5.23 6.40 4.00 4.80 Mahogany Rockers $ 8X0 MAHOGANY FINISH....! 6.80 9.00 MAHOGANY FINISH;... 7.20 12.50 flEAL MAHOGANY...... 10.00 14.50 REAL MAHOGANY, ..... 11X0 17.50 REAL MAHOGANY...... 14.00 20.00 REAL MAHOGANY 16.00 Parlor Roclters $ 4.50 GOLDEN OAK......... .$ 3.60 5.00 GOLDEN OAK. . ... . . . .. 4.00 7.00 GOLDEN OAK 5.60 8.00 GOLDEN OAK . 6.40 ! J t .- ' " MM" Veranda Rockers' $ 4.00 ROCKER ...... S 3.00 3.25 ROCKER 2.35 2.50 ROCKER .............. .1: 2.00 1.7 ROCKER 1.25 2.50 CHAIRS 1X5 2L25 CH Al RS 1.75 1J60 CH Al RS . . . ..... ...... ... ' 1.15 . Fiber1 Rockers $ 7X0 IN GREEN;..... 13.50 IN GREEN...... 14.00 IN GREEN . ... . . ' - $6.00 .10.80 .... 11.20 Dining Chairs $ 1.25 GOLDEN OAK ... ... . . ; .$ 1.00 1.50 GOLDEN OAK...;...... 1.20 1.75 GOLDEN OAK: ..... 1.40 25 FUMED OAK............ .1X0 2.75 FUMED OAK............ 2.20 3.50 FUMED OAK. ; .... ...... 2X0 Oak Rockers $ 9.00 LEATHER SEAT....... 7.20 10.00 LEATHER SEAT........ 8.00 ; 12.50 LEATHER, SEAT... ..... 10.00 13.50 LEATHER SEAT........ 10.80 15.00 LEATHER SEAT. ... .. . . 12.00 17.50 LEATHER SEAT.. ...... 14.00 7.50 WOOD SEAT............ 6.00 9.00 WOOD SEAT. . .. .... ... 7.20 10.00 WOOD SEAT........... 8.00 1 Chind Closets- $20.00 22.50 25.00 27.50 30.00. 38.00 GOLDEN GOLDEN GOLDEN GOLDEN GOLDEN GOLDEN OAK.......... OAK OAK; OAK.......... OAK;.;....... OAK.L........ 16.00 18.00 20.00; 2.00 '24i00 30.50 Buffets $18.50 20.00 23.00 25.00 30.00 24.00 35.00 50.00 OAK. . . .... .. . .$14.80 OAK,.:.;....1;. 16.00 15.40 20.00 24.00 39.20 28.00 FUMED FUMED fumed oak:;.;...... FUMED OAK......... FUMED OAK.......... GOLDEN OAK......;.. GOLDEN OAK......... GOLDEN OAK. . . ... ....,40.00 Sideboards $20.00 ASH AND PACIFIC OAK. $16.00 22.50 ASH AND PACIFIC OAK. 18.00 30.00 ASH AND PACIFIC OAK. 24.00 , s Chiffoniers $22.00 '24.00 30.00 33.00 35.00 27X0 35)0 12X0 13X0 BIRDS EYE; . . . . . . . . BIRDS'; EYE...,....;, BIRDS' EYE.......... WHITE ENAMEL.;... WHITE ENAMEL..... WALNUT .............. WALNUT V.. ....... .. FIR. FIR1. .$17.50 ... 19.00 .24.00 .28.40 . . 23.00 .22X0 , . 28.00 10.00 ,.10X0 if -v v.:r ; M EUGS : AT A 20 per cent Discount Dressing Tclhs $12X0 WHITE ENAMEL... ... .$10.00 15X0 WHITE ENAMEL ....... 12,00 22.00. WHITE ENAMEL...,,.. 19.60 Rochcrs $24.00 25.00 3o,oo; 35.00 22.50 '35.00 42.50 27X0 30.00 saoo 30.00 32X0 ' 35.00 11.50 13.50 Dressers BIRDS' ;EYE. ...... BIRDS' EYE,.....: BIRDS' EYE.;...5. BIRDS' EYE....... WHItE, ENAMEL.. WHITE ENAMEL.. WHITE ENAMEL.. GOLDEN OAK..... GOLDEN OAK..... GOLDEN OAK,.... WALNUT ......... WALNUT ......... WALNUT ......... Fir ..: FIR ,. $18.00 19.00 - ...i. 24.00 28.00 ..... 18.00 ....V 28.C0 34.00 ..... 21X0 ..... 24.00 40.00 ...V. 24.00 ..... 28.00 .....23.00 90 10.80 $ 4X0 GOLDEN. OAK, .. .,.., . .$ 3X3 5.00 GOLDEN OAK .. . . . . .... 4X3 7X0 GOLDEN OAK.........; 5XD 8X0 GOLDEN OAK,....,.,.. 6.43 Center Tables $1X0 GOLDEN OAK. .........$ 10 2X0 GOLDEN OAK.......... 2.C0 3.00 GOLDEN OAK.'.,..,. ... 23 4.50 GOLDEN OAK......... 3.60 5X0 GOLDEN OAK;.....,... 4.40 , 6.50 GOLDEN OAK.......... 5.23 8.50 GOLDEN OAK.,......,. 6.20 v':' -: ' ?- -.' - ". . y ;! , - . - .": . $16.00 18.50 22.50 '25.00 27X0 8X0 10X0 12X0 14.00 18.50- r Dining Tcbhs - FUMED OAK (round)... $12.C3 FUMED OAK (round).:.. 14.C3 FUMED OAK'(round)... 13.CD FUMED OAK (round)... 1in FUMZD OAK (round)..'. 22.:: 'GOLDEN' OAK (square). 63 GOLDEN OAK (square). 8.C3 GOLDEN OAK (square). 9.C3 GOLDEN OAK (square). 11.2D GOLDEN OAK (square). 14X3 1053 to 109 Bic hob et 3 n1 Bioiiop jrcj Get::Tkat Ucto Suit Of. ClwlMmg from our new stock. 'We have - them In, Linen, Crash - . and Wool r-.- W2-Style- are here for him Wcfeemy: s THE STYLE CENTER " " Fort and Merchant OVER-NIGHT ' , FEDERAL WIRELESS: ' To the Advertiser Tank Developers Different kinds1 for Roll Films, Film racks and Plates. "For those who enjoj devel oping the pictures they take, and '.; investigating 'what makes the wheels go -round'." It's - ftVclnatJng work when one of these tanks is ui.ed. Come in and sec the, various kinds. T "Votes for Women" was 3 the ' de mand today- from delegations' cf suf fragists from every state in the Union who besieged the senate chambers and bombarded , the senators with pe titions.' : ' :; . Members of ' the senate women' suf frage committee, which has already favorably reported the suffrago amendment, ' met the petition-bearers and rode to the capitol ' with them. Miss Alice Haul, chairmanrof the legislative committee of the National American Women Suffrage Associa tion, officers of the association and the senate committee, headed the pa-, rade. . ; ,iv-r ,.:" The dignified hush of the Imposing marble room just off the senate cham ber was shattered by the demands of women from various states that their cards be taken to their senators. ; Senators Owen Ashurst, Poindex ter, Jones; Works, Lanes Smoot, i nomas, anairoia ana uonis made brief addresses endorsing the petitions. '; .'i., . stantfnbple in order to force the Turk ish '" forces now In, Adrianople to re treat from that city and the neighbor; ing territory. . ' f- -";: Serious friction between President Wilson - and Secretary Bryan on one side and the senate foreign relations committee on the other exists over the Mexican situation as a result of Ambassador . Henry L. Wilson's plea ti the latter for recognition of the ixuerta government. r. , ; '". LOTSOFlilJf ilBSSflllli iDIDHUFF,25CEKI"DAr;DEIlluE" la Hair Coming Out? If Dry, Brittle, Thin or Your Scalp Itches c and Is Full of Dandruff Use "Danderine" : Secretary Bryan said today that he had not abandoned hope that Great Britain and also Germany would re consider their decisions and finally participate In the exposition. While he announced no particulars, the sec retary intimated that there would be negotiations pressing those nations to take part llonolula Photo Supply Co; '..;:;..: t : ltd. ." Fort'iilreet "Everything f Photosrajvhl,V . Faint heart ne'er won fair ady but there Is the brunette, r - - : Strong indications that neither Germany nor Great Britain will par- ticlpaie in the 1915 Panama-Pacific Exposition at San Francisco were ad mitted today at the state department, where intimations to that effect have been received. : - , In both cases the reason assigned is that international expositions are so frequent as to lose any trade value they might'have originally pos sessed. The decibion of the two coun tries is not final, and it is likely that unofficial representations will be made to both nations to show It is desirable to reconsider .their position. , Secretary Brj'an positively denied that England has refused to partici pate in the fair on account ; of the canal - tolls dispute or that; the tariff disagreement wita Germany is back of that country's refusal. A red-hot row "developed during the cross-examination today o Martin Mulhall of Baltimore before the "in sidious lobby probers. It came when Senator, Lee Overman began reading questions Attorney McCarter for the National Association of Manufactur ers had submitted. McCarter de manded that he be permitted to read the questions, and after his request had been granted ; hb entered i Into a 1 bitter denunciation of Mulhall. ; ; This angered Mulhall, and he an nounced fie would not answer a ques tion unless granted counsel. 'I want counsel," Insisted Mulhall, "or I won't talk: 111 go to jail for contempt flrsL I was only their ag ent when I worked for the National Association of Manufacturers. ; I won't let them attack me and get awtay with it" , -; . :-';.W"-;;: An argument between Sen ators Reed, and . Nelson and McCarter then followed. :' ' ; ., ' i "We will conduct this examination without counsel on either side," said Senator Reed. "I will not hear an other. word." - . . v "You will hear another word wheth er you like it or not," was McCarter'sl) come back. think. I have some rights here.' ' Within ten minutes after an applies tion of Danderine you cannot find a single trace of Dandruff or a loose or falling hair and your scalp 'will not itch, but what will please you most wilt be after a few weeks use, when you will actually see new hair, fine and downy at' first yes but really new hair growing all over the scalp. A little Danderine will immediately double the beauty of your hair. No difference how dull, fadedbrittle and scraggy, just moisten a cloth with Danderine and carefully draw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a time. The effect Is amaz ingyou? hair will be light, fluffy and wavy, and- have ah . appearance of abundance ;(;;an- incomparable lustre, softness and luxuriance, the beauty and shimmer of true hair health. ; Get a ; 25 cent bottle of, Knowlton's Danderine from any Ldrug store or toilet counter, arid prove to yourself tonight now that your'; hair is as pretty and ''soft as any-Uhat It; has been , neglected or Injured 'by careless treatment that's all you surely can have beautiful hair and lots of it .if you will Just tr ya little Danderine. advertisement :. out a year if necessary. The strikers participated in a parade this ; after noon, but there were no disorders. t Help! Help! Help whatT Help who? Why the Hilo ; Board of Trade asks those who have recently visited Ha waii to help prove that Honolulu peo- jnmrisnTnAnt for lite was th spn-- P'e wuiMnaKe no nustaKe ii tney see tence pronounced in? Chicago today Hawaii first, .See their ad in today's by: Judge Kersten on, Robert Webb. stAr-Hulletin Afyertisement. - recently: terrorized Cbicaga, - .- Webb was specinclly. convicted of murdering Policeman I lart. John Purroy Mitchell, recently ap-1 .pointed collector of the port of New I do not care wh&t yoW ork DT President-Jlson and con- i ii nn Mil in i ni? iHisnnn uv iiik mmihii' has been unanimously nominated by ?educefourfeight i Creflt confusion followed and it was ahmo (ima Wnrp rhairm.-in fivprman ! the Fusionists as their candidate for restored order. ; . ,: . ' : Answering cross-examination ques tions, Mulhall said he published the letters to clean out the insidious i lob by, v: .... mayor of New York; jto succeed Gay- nor. :; ' r; ' ":- Duke Kahananioku may make an other attempt to break the world's fifty-yard record at the' Sutro Baths tank on Ausust'10. The, attempt will be made in open competition. With the rebel' armies crushed and dispersed, the leaders of thefil-fated revolt Dr. Sun Yat Sen, Wong Hing, L-nun h.ee Mee and tne rebel uovcrn- a French commission which has or.-Chun or Kwangtung province, i tcea invcstigatinlr at Doxate,jturncd have fled for safety to Canton, the .t0day with proof Ithat a perfect carni last stronghold of the rebels: . I val of - bloodshed' swept that part of Of, the four, leaders mentioned, all the Balkans. The commission exhih bu5 Doctor Sun are under sentence of ited shocking paraphemaiia. depictin? death, according to a recent order Is-. the"i atrocities consequent upon the sued by President Yuan Shih-Kal, and general massacre both at Dosate and will be executed If captured. elsewhere in the same region. i It Is anticipated that all tne rebel Semi-official - dispatches from Sofia ww a n muuuvu ivuaj u(,uai v tuai i the Bulgarians have taken the offen- the Misguided soldiers who ; renew their allegiance to the government ' will be pardoned sire on the upper Bregianitza- river and have -succeeded in separating 'the Greek And: Servian armies. They added that the Bulgars have defeated the Greeks In several engagements; Constantinople telegraphs that the Five thousand rounds of ammuni- ro ugovfnimenj ue raruuuu , tl uw-learned thia af4crnoon, ! under the. proclamation addressed -To h.Vtt Wn KPf.rptlv sbinnFf fram ; cing, Mich., to Brigadier General Ab bey. - People,' Issued by President- Yuan at- the beginning of the rebellion." Strikers in Calumet, Mich., this af ternoon signed slips stating how long they could stand thestrlke,.: The ma- Russian Seet is making soundings' In .lority stated that, they could support tne Black Sea end of he Bosphorus tnemseives six montna. outside aid, and the Porte believes Russia is plan- however, has been promised, and the ning a demonstration against Con- union leaders say the men could stay Lower temperatures prevailed today throughout all the west. Walter Dorn of San F?auci?co was filected'at Cincinnati today by accla mation to the office of supreme die: tator of the Loyal Order of Moose. ' .Louisenbad RedactiohS (t or. tne uatu) It Removes Superfluous Flesh f and gives a slender, firm,styl-. ; ish figure. Merely use a little j twice a weeji. in warm - water ' when taking a' bath. No need . of taking drugs . or- starving yourself; no need of devoting hours to tiresome exercise. Loa isenbad lieduetion Salt enters ;the pores in a natural way, pre ' vents formation- of superflyous fat and" reduces it wbere It ex- Ists by transforming (the fat' in- ; to'"strength-giving blood!; and v muscle. It brings to your own ; tub the salts as , found 'in the reducing bath . springs of Eu ; rope r ffemous for centuries Indorsed, by ' the medical pro : fession -' - ClTASH AWAY YOCS FAT Reduce it by a refreshing, toning Bath.4 Give . Loulsrcbad Rednrllon Salt a fair trial. f Price $1.00 per package or 6 packages for $5. f ' ' Ff sale .it Toilet -Goods Conni ters 'Of all V flrst-rlass Depart jaentand Drug Stores.' r Beware of substitutes. Gen " Uinebears German Double. Ea gle Seal of red,! white and black. ;.BEysoy, sjriTn aco Ltd; t Sole Ditrilintor. ! - . " . ' 'v ; WW of the famous ; (Hi A n. ;:..:;:,.n;.;; .:: ARRIVED ON THE LURLINC. AN ADDITIONAL CONSIGNMENT WILL ARRIVE ON THE WILHELMINA AUGUST 5. These motorcycles are noted for their easy-riding qualities and graceful iines .' ' ; y .. - ' -' ' - .' ' . ) The Excelsior Aato-Cycle comes In four models a powerful chain I and 1)clt drive twin of 7 horsq power rating-and a chain and belt ffrrve single of 4 horse power rating. , The new twlna . develop way 7 over 10 actual horse power, and ' the singles in proportion; henco they are listed as 7-10 and 4-5 horsepower. ;--; . 'Another exclusive Excelsior feature a3 important as this Increase' of power Is the Excelsior self-locking clutch control, which operates the clutch as; easily as the throttle, by merely turning the handle bar grip. The Excelsior Auto-Cycle has combined every possible feature: power, speed, ' comfort,' simplicity, reliability and case of operation. - Demonstrations cheerfully ; given. , . . . '' .". ' Ro val ... . GEORGE S. WELLS. Mgr.- Phono 2205 Beaches Hustace-Pocli Go.Xtd, h ALL KUTDS OF ROCK A5D SA5D FOB C0XCBETE IT0BX . FIREWOOD A5D COAL. 18 QUEEN STREET. . p. O. BOX 511 STAR-BULLETIN I M PER WW. 4