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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, TCESIUT, Xroi'ST 2C. 1913.
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HOTEL 1
GAH FRAUGIGOO
Garjr Street, above Union Square
i European Flaa $130 a day op
f American Plan $3.50 a day cp
New steel and brick structure.
Third addition of hundred rooms
now building. Every comfort and
convenience. A high class hotel
at very moderate rates. In center
of theatre and retail district. On
car lines transferring to all parts
of city. Electric omnibus meets
all trains and steamers.
Hotel Stewart rctai4 M rbwaSaa
l1aad H.4aart.r. Cable AdAwm
-Trw.u- ABC Cede. J. H. Love.
Hoaobtht ft itir f
Bel levue Hotel
Corner Geary and Taylor Sta.
San Francisco -
A refined house of unusual ex
cellence. Within the shopping
and theatre districts. Positive-.
ly fire-proof. Every room with
bath. , J.
American plan, J4.C3 a day up.
European plan, $2.03 a day up.
Special Monthly Rate
' For further Information address
Arnold Welbel, Honolulu repre
sentaUve, 2005 Kalla Road, Tel
ephone 2879. ' -
HOTEL AUBREY
HAUULA, OAHU, HAWAII
Distinguished fcf Its clientage,
appointments and location.
Equally attractive to weekly,
nonthly cr transient guests. A
select family, homelike country
hotel, and good meals.
STRICTLY HOME COOKING
Saddle horses and autoa la the
rent service. Perfect sea bath
ing. NO coral to step on.
Moderate Hstes Phone C72
A. C AUCniY, Prcn.
JL lL I aifuEA-
WAlIIEA, KAUT
Ifewly Eenovated Best, Hotel :
;.. ; cn Eaual x'
Tourist Trade Sollicted
: GOOD HEALS
Hales Eeasonable
C Tf. SPETZ t t t Proprietor
GO TO
BEFORE VACATION ENDS.
UE FOR A 8WIM AT THE
Y7r.lTdIri Znri:;: -
NEXT SUNDAY
Says the Wise Bather
A REAL CHANCE OF CLIMATE
can be had at the sew boarding house
7HIAY7A
Nearly 1000 feet . elevation.
near depot, grand scenery, fine bass
fishing. For particulars, address E
I Kruss, Wahlawa, Phone 469.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
Just Arrived. -
NEW YORK SHOE CO.
Nuuanu SL, nr. Hotel.
"Bo Proparcd
Co to Ye Regal Boot Shop and
Get the New
SPECIAL SHOES FOR BOY
SCOUTS
CHEMICAL ENGINE8 AND
WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS
.For Sale by
J. A. GILMAM
Fort Street
Crossroads BooRshop,
Y Umlted
ALEXANDER . YOUNQ . BUILDING
'Everything In Books"
Bethel SL. near. Hotel. . ,
New Styles In
H ATS-
PA N A MA AND CLOTH
At Mainland Prices.
FUKUROOA CO.
: " Hotel SL, cor. Bijou Lane.
TO BOOKKEEPERS AND AC
COUNTANTS. stands for all that is best In
LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS j
LOOSE LEAF LEDGER.
TRANSFERS. :,: .
and in general supplies such as
Ruled and Printed Sheets.' :
Indexes '" i'X
Binders
7
Sheet Holders, etc etc 1 V ;.
The Hawaiian News
Co., Ltd.
TuBg Building :
Just Arrived
FULL LINE OF
Hongkong Chairs
Coyne Furniture Co...
Alexander Young Bldg.
The Vogue Co.
LEALAXI KUBET, 2Tgr. ,
Ifow open for business with a new
line of Ladles and Children's ready-
made Dresses. We appreciate a call.
rACAHI cor. XUDAKU ST.
CHILDREN'S SCHOOL
. ; PENCILS
r A good assortment In a pretty
box. (Also penholders, rubber
eraser, etc) 25c and 50c and up.
ARLEIGH'S " on Hotel street
white canvas and white
buck Pumps
McIXERXT SHOE ST0EE
. Fort ab. King SL V
If thero was trouble, or serious
sickness on the other Islands,
or on ships at sea, you'd know
it FIRST by WIRELESS.
l- ' .(Phone 1574) I X :
ror GENfLKAL. OFFICE STA
TIONERY and FILING SYS
TEMS call or write to us and
we will fill your wants
OFFICE surrLY C0.rlTD.
031 FORT 8TREET
. MONUMENTS ; ,
and all kinds of marble work,
cleaned and repaired by expert
workmen at reasonable prices.
Call for Zimmonnan at
;,V' , ; .: J. a AXTELL'S h
'r. Alakea Street "
FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND
14 ICE CREAM, TRY THE
Hawaiian Drug Coiv
Metut and 8the? 8trt
Picture Framing
Neatly and Promptly Done by Men
Who Know How. f
CITY M E R C A N T I L EC O
24 Hotel St nr. Nuuanu
BIG SHOE SALE
.. . now on. J :
'2 Other Articles Reduced.
CANTON DRY GOODS CO. '
Hotel St, Opp.. Empire Theatre.
! ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES
The Most Popular Candies Mada
- v. .- on the Coast ', ; .
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
1C24 Fort SL Telephone 2354,
L
OVER-NIGHT
FEDERAL
WIRELESS
To the Advertiser
With receipt of a message from Spe
cial Envoy LInd that he would leave
the city of Mexico tomorrow enroute
to Vera Cruz to board an American
warship and start for home, all hope
for bringing an end to trouble in the
Latin republic along the lines which
heretofore have been followed by the
administration is believed to have
been abandoned. The action of Lind
has set at rest all doubt as to the
president's Intention of submitting a
special message to congress. It will
be sent tomorrow.
. This much is known, that the docu
ment, is couched In the most kind
terms toward the people of Mexico,
the president feeling that the world
generally understands that the situa
tion in Mexico Is abnormal in that it
Is controlled by a small group of men.
Every Rtep in the president's plans, it
is said, has been taken "with the ut
most caution. The European powers,
through their diplomats here, are be
ing kept in constant touch w"Kh the
situation. -
When the ; Judiciary committee otJ
the state assembly met in New York ,
York today, Lynn J. Arnold declared
that ten prominent New York men !
had furnished him with evidence Sat-'
urday night which they thought suf-1
ficient to convict Charles F. Murphy!
of : Tammany hall, State Senator '
Frawley and Assemblyman Levy of
conspiracy and bribery and "a fiend
ish frameup" In the ImDeacbment I
proceedings against ' Governor Sulzer
of New York. -V ; : -
For several weeks charges have
been made involving the Integrity
and good Intentions of Murphy and
hia assistants in the Sulzer investiga
tion.: Arnold, urged' the committee to
summon Murphy, Edward McCall,
Norman Mack. William Fitznatrlek.
Lieutenant Governor Glynn, Patrick
McCabe, John McCorey. Victor Dow
ling, Robert Wagner, Senator Fraw
ley, James Foley. Alfred E. Smith.
Assemblyman Levy, Thomas Carmo
dy and others. ; v i v r
These men, Arnold wanted to tell
the committee, would be able to
throw light on the situation. -
Mariners today considered it re
markable, that there was no resultant
explosion, and attendant loss of life
when the Norwegian steamer Thede
Fagelund, laden with dynamite, and
the German bark Thielbek in tow of
the steamer Oklahoma, came, into col
lision in the harbor at Astoria, Ore-
gon. ..";; ''
, Both vessels were damaged to the
extent pf several thousand dollars. No
one was injured although there were
many narrow escapes. v v .
jphe Fagelund was -en route to the
mouth of the Columbia and the Okla
homa with Its tow was coming in from
the open water. The vessels, did not
sight each other until it was too late
to avoid a collision and they came to
gether with a tremendous crash. The
Thielbek was so firmly embedded in
the bow of the Fagelund that an hourjham as governor of Hawaii because of
elapsed before they could be separat-
ed. No water-tight compartments
were broken and the vessels were kept
afloat without difficulty.
i CANTON,' August 25. (Special to
the Sun,: Chun Quock Bo via San House and left with the president cop-Francisco)-
The rebels are recruit-ies of the charges and protests which
ing troops and preparing for anotner.
uprising against tne government m
the eastern part of Kwangtung prov
ince. Their headquarters are at
Shah Mien, Honan and Macao. It has women and children, are reported to
been arranged that the rebels wear ! day from the ;vicinity of . Nanking,
white caps with red bands when the
signal is given to revolt. ;
Governor Lung of Kwangtung prov
Ince has been kept In ignorance of
the plans for the uprising by his at
taches,' who are for the most part
rebel sympathizers. President Yuan
Shih-Kal, however, learned of the
nrenarations through a special com
missioner- whom . he had sent there,
and is preparing to strike quickly and
It was reported in Mexicb City that
President Wilson's special emissary,
John Lind, has notified the presidept
tfcat ProvIsionaJ President Huerta s
stubbornness renders further. friendly
relations between the; United States
and Mexico Impossible. : - :
Lind's attitude was assumed, It Is !
nn .acniH nf tfiA WlHnt, nf So. I
raplo Rendon and Bordes Mangel, Ma-
derlsta congressmen, and the perfunc
tory investigation of the affair made j
by the authorities. .
i The killing, coming at a time when j
relations were . already . strained, I
through. refusal of, theUnited States i
to recpgnlze Huerta, has complicated
the situation. :
, Immigration officers. Thaw be
lieves,' will arrest him , Immediately
after . his hearing tomorrow and he
will be taken to Coaticooke to ap
pear before the immigration : court
which will assemble there Thursday.
Rumors of bribery and attempted
bribery were freely circulated here
today and as often denied. It was
declared that money had been offered
to both American and Canadian offi
cials to favor Thaw. It was asserted
that a member of the Thaw party in
timated that $50,000 was available
If a method was found , to get Thaw
into Virginia. An investigation is to
follow.': ; ;: '"'-.'i'"-V '.V'.,:
All the German sovereigns, includ
ing Emperor Wilhelm and the heads
of the city republics of Hamburg, Bre
men and Lubeck, have assembled at
Kelheim as the guests of the Prince
negeui vi uavana iu ti;muieuuiaic
in the great hall of liberation, the de-j
feat of Napoleon In 1813. Besides,
the rulers, this little town nf four
thousand : inhabitants Is entertaining
nearly ?0,000 who have traveled here
over the ringle railroad or in autos
from all parts of Germany. ' ,
Mexican rebels and the Federal gar-
.suit abv illCAiv.au, uup - .v"""""!
will be at each other's throats with- L
Buy Your Boy's
School Gtothing
Now
is - "
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In forty-eight hours, with the attend
ant danger that the struggle will ex
tend across the American line, accord
ing to popular belief at Calexico today.
Hundreds of rebels are reported to
be in the Mexican back country ready
for the attack. ; ' . :
s ISaturday 250 itrangers were count
ed squatted oh curbs and in s-yarious
spots about the- town " Late Saturday
the men mysteriously disappeared. It
Is expected that they are mobilizing
for an attack on MexicalL " r
It- Is now announced- that": President
Wilson is seriously considering ywith
drawing his nomination of l E. Pink-
the strong opposition that has devel-
ped against his nominee in the sen-
te committee on Pacific Islands and
Porto Rico. ' -.f '.-
r Today, Senator Shaf roth, chairman
of the committee, called at the White
had been fied with the committee
Terrible slaughler, with inhuman
atrocities ? to prisoners, including
where rebel forces are. violently re-
sisting the attack by three govern -
ment armies. . ; -
v Cold-blooded murders of unarmed
men and , defenseless J women ; and
r
At the
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6000 feet of the most marvelous picture ever produced. A film tha J
keeps the audience spellbound for anjiour arid a half. j
A story of ancient Rome in five reels, each reel more interesting than
the preceding one. ' ! x '
Miss Ga'rdher wears $100,000 worth of jewels, rare textures, and j
quaint Oriental weaves m this play.
A refined drama from beginning
3 Shovs Nightly,
Box Office opens at 6 p.m.
XW WM'-
I :
TV
- &
1L
children run well into the thousands.
At Nanking the fighting is desper
ate, with the advantage on neither
side. . . .
Testifying before the house 'insid
ious lobby" probers today, Martin M.
Mulhall declared that the editors of
Heart's Magazine refused to buy his
letters on the activities of lobbyists
on the ground that the publication of
the correspondence would aid the can
didacy: of Woodrow' Wilson for Pres
ident , r ::;r. V--.J'
Vilhjalmar Steffanssdn; who is lead
ing a Canadian expedition on an ex
ploration of the Arctic, is . in trouble
in the ice off Point'BarroW, according
to advices. It is reported . that the
Karluk, elaborately fitted f or the
expedition, and believed to bo staunch
enough to resist the ice floes of the
north, has been seriously damaged.
I Making a second; attempt to win a
$25,000 prize for a seventy-two hour
hydroplane trip around the coast of
Great Britain, Henry Hawker arrived
today at Ramsgate. He made his first
144 miles in 160 minutes.: : V
1 warren F. Dapieli, a pioneer paper
manufacturer of New Hampshire, and
a frmer member of Congress, died
at Franklin, N. H., aged 87years.
HELEN
HAWAI
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NOTE: Owing to the enormous expense cf this feature, the management
announces and advance in pr:ces during the week that it will be produced.
ffNLY a few days more
and school days will be
gin: Outfit your Boy now so
you won't have a clothing
worry to add to the bother
some details of the first few
weeks
, You, as a Mother or a FaIior,'art intrrpsttsl
in haviuj; your boy '.wear -Io(liinj .that
STKONO, VeLL-MADK, and of DITKABLK
MATEUIAL: Son wants his suit to look as well
as those worn by his school mates.
ALL THESE RPErirUWTIONS AKE
FOUND IN AXY HOY'S SUIT WE STOCK.
r BUT, purchase -NtW whih tliere aiv many
patterns to chtMjse from.
(Washable Clothinj: for the tittlt-r boys
cJothiu; made of material that looks well, wears
well, and will wash well.) ...
Silvas' Toggery, Ltd.
. 'Thc Store for Good Clothes" X
Elks' Bldg. King St.
and they are Facts, Folks!
The medium size E.'' fan has.
blades 12 Inches in diameter; these
blades revolve at the rate of 1803 rev
olutions per minute. That means the
cuter edge of the blade travels 5400
feet per minute, which, equals 612,
miles per day of 10 hours or 183,930
miles pr year of 300 daysand it will
run 5 years with absolutely no attin
tion expect oiling.
1135'FOBT ST.
Thursday
One
GAIEDNER1
to end.
beginning at 6:45
; Prices 15c and 25c
(
TT5L GITT,Propr. Day and Mght rhone
Evening, Aug. 28
Week Only

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