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HOKOLtJLU STAB-BUIXETIN, TUESDAY, AUGUST 26,1913.
ttll Quench That Thirst - gr Look for the Trade-tlarK nil -VI vl' E f' k J" You need Ice daily. i' f We make it heed Ice you can That's the only how to make. we Hade from water twice distilled. 431 Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. CamFort in -iron's liCti Lovwlioes -v: . :. Daughter could ' hot please ' McRher more than by buying her a pair ol these Regal Low Shoes. - r They combine style with the comfort welcome ,o most ; ladies. . QUARTER SIZES SURE TO FIT. It's "Good-By" Discomfort When You Wear B. V. D. IK B. V. D. Coat Cut Undershirts and ivnee : Length Drawers you are cool and comfortable, while others without B. V. D. are hot and uncomfortable. On every B. V. D. Undergar ment is sewed . , This Red Wovtn Laixl V -, MADE FOThE CrRETAil TRACE (740 Umi Keg. V. S. PuL Off. tmd Foragm UmMtim.) ; - Gt a pood look at this label and insist that your dealer sells you 1 only underwear with the' B. V. D. ;' la.be L 5 B. V. D. Coat Cut Undershirts and Knee ' Length Drawers, retail at 50c, 75c, fl.00 and 1.50 the Garment. V ' The B. W D. Company, New York. - Where the Mammoth Boot Is, at-the corner of Klnfl' and Eethel. t CAN A MAN, WHO " . STEALS ALSO LOVE? (Continued from page one) month," she said this morning, "and I of course knew nothing , of this af fair. If he was guilty of stealing money - he certainly would not hare married me ihe cared anything for me. However, If he can convince me of his love, then I , shall fight tor him.": v- --.r ' With that the young, bride, with an English-Russian dictionary in one hand, and newspaper clippings in the other, re-rea the stories of their ro mance which has closed on a minor chord. :-: .v",i,;' ,-v.c: Sanchez, a dashing youth, giving Manila as his birthplace, and repre senting himself to be the scion of a wealthy cigar manufacturer of the Philippines, met the -little Russian girl at a skating fink at Harbin, Man-, churia, this summer. From the skat ing rink to the altar was only a mat ter of a month. The American con sul at Kobe married them AcguBt 11, and they lost no time in catching the steamer, for Honolulu. Here they had, planned to remain for six months, yfter which to go to San Francisco. During the month of courtship, when automobiles and roses, and roses and automobiles- were - conspicuous, the girl learned Very little, says she, con cerning the affairs of her fiance. She believed him to be wealthy the roses and automobiles Indicated that, if no thing else. She did -not know, his oc cupation If ,he had one. v. A- friend of his told her that his father was wealthy agar manufacturer. Sailing on the Manchuria, she be came slightly suspicious of him. He seldom left the cabin, she, says. When someone knocked : he would always insist upon her opening ihe cabin door. She was curious bout that One day she says a man knocked at the cabin door, arid when she opene"d It, he asked her husband to step, on deck a second. "He shook all over, she said. "He shook like he had some nervous dis ease. I said: to myself, that that was not the way for, a man to act It was not until they arrived here that she learned that her husband, ender the name of Oswald Marwick Rosario, was wanted " and that $500 Mexican, was offered as p. reward for his arrest He was described 'as a Portuguese, -smartly- dressed. ' During - the " Interview " with Chief McDuffie, the latter states that San chez or ftosario admitted that he Is guilty, of stealing $2,000 .of the $4,000. Sanchez states that he is willing to return, and will waive extradition. ; A cable was received by the police this mOniing from the Shanghai author! ties asking that, the prisoner be re turned by an officer of the local force, Sheriff Jarrett will probahly return Sanchez. :: - ,. 1 :J : : What the wife will do is a question. As she ? read the articles which have appeared in local papers concerning Ler husband's arrest, she asserted in one breath that she would return with him to Shanghai, and in the next that she would not It is a question of love with her.. She ' says that sometimes she believes her husband does not care for her, and that when she feels that is true she makes up her mind to leave him. But later, when1 she reads how concerned her husband is concerning lier welfare, how he is in sisting upon money being provided for his wife's retnrn to her home 'city,' her opinion changes and she 'determines to stay with him until the- end. ; She sava that the only name she ever knew him by was Sanchez. As for the report that he has served four years for forgery, she says, she knows nothing. .v''v";;; -:l V-i SAYS HE HASTICT.URE OF THE DIGGS TRIAL HAH GETS FIRST OUTSIDF POSTAL BANKS (Continued from page one) LOCAL AT2D GET 1EHAL Miss Sarah Pratt will resume kin dergarten work in the G. P. Castle place, Waikiki. Monday, September 8. . She will use the Montessori meth od and outfit . statement. was given out at the post- office department explaining the past ! and present situation in Hawaii: The offices of all territorial and city departments, as 'well as the banks and other business houses, will be clos ed Monday ' in observance of Labor Day, which is a legal territorial boli day. ; V 'i-"-'.'::- V'-' ;" r.- - The 'territorial grand jury examined two more witnesses in the . Chalmers Recorded upon a thousand or more feet of film, is a remarkable picture now the property of N. H. Newman, the photo play impresario, who while in San Francisco secured a series of spectacular pictures of the famous Diggs case then before the public during a spirited trial lasting sonie weeks, according to the claim of Mr, Newman. . , ;', . Newman has arranged for bringing a thoroughbred cabaret show to Hon-; olulu, the first of Its kind to visit the! territory. He has closed with a com pany of a dozen performers, and is now arranging for a location. - i . . h Governor ; Frear's automobile ' tour cf the island yesterday was made as postmaster General Burleson has f ,ntomoWi mident case vesterflav at extended the postal savings system to ternoon. taking adjournment until the Hawaiian Islands. This will H hursday, when it is thought a report " v. .J may te made to the tourt .w - ' t. ' . . -' ' - ( At a meeting of the; Hawaii fair i "A postal savings system was J mmmludnn this mominsr Alexander maintained in the islands from 1887 Mayf ail employe of the territorial aud- to 1896 during the reign of Queen ltor9 office, was appointed auditor Uliuokalan! and the republic which for the commission,' fov vthlch work he followed .her dethronement - When wnl receive a monthly salary up until we isianas were annexea in is, ine i jniiftrv 1915 uuncu amies yusiii , sci nvo ; ucuuuo operauve ana as it. aw not at tnati , -n,- fnirnwfnsf iiHnt of th Isl time Include postal savings facilities, ands are anong, recent arrivals tne Hawaiian savings jBystem was aisi4n tv.h- t r iin limM continued .u.cv. ; v . Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hepburn, Miss That the Hawaiian postal savings m. I Hopper, Miss Katherine Parts, banks were popular is evidenced by, jUdge an(i Mrs. ,W. B. Lymer, Mr.-W. me laci ,uui at.iae ume or meir Cbokson, Mr. E. Hartman. discontinuance. 7.494 persons nad ac- Exemplifying :the old" Saw, that counts aggregating $730,356. I "the wheels of Justice grind exceed "The. islands are well supplied withj ihgly slow," It took almost the entire national and territorial banks, butl morning in Judge Whitney's division there has always been a: strong de-J of the circuit court this, morning to tnand for postal savings banks. Dur hear and complete a civil suit Involv Ing the fiscal year ended June .30.' ihg the stupendous sum of $8.33 37,343 money, orders payable In for- Nearly a dozen witnesses were exam elgn countries were purchased in the lined and long-winded arguments' took islands representing; $1,075,301 ..and place. during tne same period-but 517 mone orders originating In foreign coun- At the end nowever, the court re tries aggregating $14,740 were paid, quired less than two minutes to pro The postmaster general believes that nounce Judgment for the plaintiff, the reestablishment of postal savings J Fujiagainst David P. ' Jellings. It facilities will result in retaining in I was a dispute over certain property. tne islands a large . portion or the I which the court rules .shall be re money seht by money orders to for-j turned to Fujii, otherwise the defend- eign , nations, ; which represents the J ant shall pay him the large amount savings of timid wage-earners. This Ipf cash mentioned above. is tne nrst time tnat tne postal sav ings system as operated from Wash-1 - Messrs. Gant Holbert and Knudsen, Ington has gone to our, outlying pos- of the Libby, McNeill and Libby Pine sessions. The Philippine, Islands has apple Cannery Co.. Of Wallan, gave a. postal savings, system, but It is a dance last Saturday evening in the conducted by the v local government dihingrobm at the camp. The Wallau The Isthmian canal commission also ciee dub furnished the music for the operates a system of postal banks in occasion. 1 The special feature of the the canal zone. The service will flrstfevenine was the Hapahaole Hula be opened at, the sleven presidential I eance, performed by four people. dobi puices ia me lBiauas, nameiy. Honolulu. Hilo, .Kahului. Kohala, . La- haina, Lihue, Pala,; Schofield : Bar Those present were James A. Gant, pahu.' sen, , Mr.' and ; Mrs. Dan Ada, Frank Vaughan, Herman ; Gunther, ' Eddie Msher. Jack 'Anderson, Geo. Aea, Nevada. a niece'of Governor Addle of Frank Pahia,-Miss Mc(be (ma thnt stflTA 'wnihriRtn thP fiattiefihinl Misses julla and Daisy Makekau,- Miss Nevada, to ' be- launched at the Fore jPker, John Parker.rMr and Mrs. ber 1 next The mining Companies of jAkeo, Jojin Akeo,,S. ,KahaIewai, .AUss- i.onopan nave coniriDutea silver dui-i0 ..ju;..vv, - lion stifScient for making a silver serlrania. vice for. the new warship. ! II -::-r-- plli vest r- '. 0' 1! . MA f til II Ml i 1 in fabric, fit and workm: yitc comparison. H O V the various makes of cloth ing sold in thiz town and vicin ity, and the chances arc in favor of Alfred Benjamin Clothes There is some thing entire!; different in tu c: : 2rmcnt3 not found in ctl::r makes. V7c cb eclutcly uir:: tcc any suit, cr ovcrccit, l:v ic this !:cu:. rt r - f. - every rercr, n:hip. Vc in- ttid-pAGiFic is ,. , A SURE WINNER, . ntVO niD rvxft n I yesterday lurneu. er w . me v,uic&o OAYo UlntUl Utt of Hawaii by Prof. V. A. Bryan, who The specimens collected on Moku Maau by the members of the -scientific expedition which visited that isl and the latter part of last week, were yesterday turned, over to the College (Continued from page one led the party. .While there were no new species found ;among .the speci- imona o-fttViof hv "tha -HTtistll. the COl- briefly ; With those engaged ; in :slml- ectIo&.- however, has greatlr ehriched lar enterprises at Charleston, Atlanta the materlal now in the possession of and New Orleans. : ' f -: . :- - i was snown every conaiaerauon ana assistance py we aumoriues oi Anntr tn . a receive tab- Los ngelesSan Diego, SahJFran- te7'0l Chinese ' mer- n c m vo irinn ani - won- i fma m - - Cisco, . Oakland, and San Jose chants association, -the -farming dis- m - iv. . . m it.. iru xfwt rVt A.fv ' a jk mil w 1 Kwaiigsu, has again been devastated rector of the , fiesta now lies before ""iJir li:JZ?-r?" him ' v - r . . -1 - - i starving. i urougu iue luertuiun. o . m ' i V- v -j ; Isociatlon, the Chinese of the territory Hawaii nei .Mucn Favored, ; ; , , io avm tA .rnanTitv iM mif. Hawaii will be the only state or f f erera. the relief work being In. charge territory outside of ' California that I nf the Kwone Tai hosnital. and other will be . represented through one or 1 . Chinese benevolent . organlza- more specially oecoratea noats ; in 1 tfnha tne series 01 elaborate pageans to oe m f 1 It . A ; . -V i 1 aispiayea aunng we greai : rorcoia 1 iK-t Un.nor'o Aaa ; tn nno arre fesUvlties,- 80 stated .Mr. Dougherty, and aluarter of the WHHam Pfoten who returned to Honolulu this morn- hauer property, which he ,pur- ng asa passenger in we mwou chased from F. A. Schaefer a. Navigation steamer Luriine. He is of the opinion that .Honolulu should week ago for ,$15,000, .7. was - put on v record yesterday . .The pur- v.- iivu i c attractiveness. According to : the di- dnT rector general the territory will bei T ; . Zr -ti, tljL: .,--11 - aw.,i on the return of Mrs. Horner from this Avenue of publicity. While at San Francisco,s Mr. Dough-j will make their home -there. The deal was handled by F. E. Steere, of the Henry - Waterhouse Trttst : Com- erty drove home a number of pertln- pany anu R l. Schwarzburg, of the ent truths about the : territory and Jamea R MoTgan Companyj succeeded In convincing the officials n charge of the Portola that the in terests of Honolulu are closely allied with those along the ; Pacific and California In particular. Less than 'half the total number of coast banana claims have been reviewed by the banana - commission, from which One of the first steDs that I shall lit may be guessed tnat -the commls- take hr arranging the details of the sion's work will continue for many campaign, will be to present the claims I weeks befbre the end Is in sight pf the -Portola for a representative I Three hundred and fifty-seven, claims loat by the territory of Hawaii. I had been heard Saturday, while ' the Mr. Dougherty proved a- very en- total number of . claims is 794. Only thusiastic apostle for cooperation and lone session of thet banana, court, will host to his old . college friend anortmuch of the well-directed effort upon oe held today, though two daily ses- Hand em to 03 for r r You know the quality of our 'wot'.:. HONOLULU PHOTO SUPFLY : Fort Street 'Everything Ph:t::': J f' TT t ' n ? AUGUST 3th 30th v MUSICAL COMEDY SOCIETY VAUDEVILL hSongs: TAHGO DAHCE V:il::. DOX OFFICE NOW OPEN AT HE HONOLULU MUSIC CO. guest, ; Dr. Plainer,, of the Andover, Theological?x seminary, and to Prof. I" ranklin Johnson, of the -University of Chicago, ' and Mrs. ' Johnson. Like Dr. Platner, Prof. Johnson - aid wife are visiting Honolulu in the course of a world tour. , , , STAR-BULLETnr GITES TOU .. , TOOAT78 TOD AT . THE TTMT 5 1139.1111 Fort Street Honolulu's Largest Exclusive Clothing Store Charge Accounts InTlted.. lYcckly ana Btonthly -Pajmcnts. . 1 his . part while on the coast was to I sions will be held the remainder, of better cement the ties ; to bind the I the week except; Saturday, when only varied-interests of the islands with (a morning hearing will take place as California. . . . . ; '7-lusuaL It is his belief that at this time i is : extremely ' fitting that Hawaii i should have a part in the festival that will celebrate the four hundredth an niversary, of the Pacific. My first move willbf to present Application for article of, associa tion has been 'filed in.: the territorial treasurer's office by the . Hawaii Gar cge, Ltd., a corporation headed ' by my report before the several bisines3 County Attorney Beers , and Deputy j and prombUon organizations in Hono- County Attorney Heen, of r Hawaii , lulu. I also took steps to arrange for county, and which desires to engage the visit of -a national league baseball in a general garage business at,HUo.,' team .to the islands .during the late 1 rgani?ea ior a .uie 01 -miy ears, faU or winter : months," added Mr. vith an original capitalization of $, Dougherty. , N ' ; v -. of 150 shares of the par value of )-.-- 9 m ' - sou eacn, -witn a.maximuTi umic 01 ' Angered over the belief that -Ching HOO.000. , The officersand stockhold Mul had sto!en: his wash water. It. tr8-ana the amount of stock held by Monri, a feUow. workman with MuiJn each are as follows: William ILHeen, "a Vineyard street laundry, silenced an president five shares; Thomas argument onthe subject. this morning t Forbes. 7r.. - vice-president thirty h.ihoninv nn- Jrrtn .hr ewer Afiir! f hares: W. If. Beers, secretary, five . . Ii.j 1 ' .L.lc.h9ret' Til' tlln lronrf nno It ncacL uiiicer aanuers, caiiu, .iu , lur...joj.t., place. : had Mui taken to ; the Queen's , Shiiranioto, auditor, five : Amelia Ki f hospital, while: Monri was placed in -Hipp, fifty-nine; K. Matsuno, five; . n nhanri' nt a oaa nl ; . i ' V.. T Jllll 1Jptn tVCn MlA Wflt- .Changed to any shade desired. Our facilities for this work and our stock of ladies shoes . are un equaled .here. . Fort Above' Kinf. Street BEST LAO'DBT 1T0BK AND DBT CLEA51XQ FRENCH iMUNDRir 7!7 Kin? Street. J. ABADiri, Prop.; Phon 1C1 mmm s.75 m lwi OvO-VQ vaO battery. ton, two.