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... r HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN; MONDAY, OCT. ELEVEK. ft' 0 I: !V." i V J ft: 4 A 't 1 SI SAn-FRAUGISGO Geary Street, above Union Square , European Plan 1JOa day up ' American Plan $3.50 a day cp ;- If ew tteel and .1 brick structure. Third adiltioa of hundred rooms now building. Every comfort and convenience. A high class hotel t very moderate rates." In center of theatre and retail' district: On car lines transferring to all parts of dry. . Electric omnibus meets all trains and steamers. . j V KeUl Stewart MMtnid at Hw&Mi bUaa Haaeaaartm. Caala Aiirm -Tnmtn" A BC Ca4a J. H. Lava. Be Ilevue (Hotel v Corner Geary and Taylor ta. San Francisco - v A refined house of rauroal ex- cellence. Within the shopping -and theatre district. Positive ly fire-proof. Every focm witt ' bath. : ( American plan, $4.03 ,avdx up. ' - European plan, 12.03 day up. '4 Special Monthly Rats, i- ';' For further Information addre ': , Arnold Welbel, Honolulu repre ' sentatlve, 2005 Kail Road, Tel A ephone 2878.- .' . - '- . - . i .. . . 'i HOTEL AUBREY HAUULA, OAHU, -HAWAII Distinguished for It clientage. - appointment-- and . location. Equally attractive to "weekly, monthly or transient guest , A select family, homelike country hotel, and good meals. STRICTLY HOME COOKING Saddle horses and aut6s "In the rent service. Perfect sea bath ins:., NO coral to step on. Moderate Rates. Phone 172 A. C. AUDREY, Prca. t TTinir kin 1 EcBOTatcdEett Hotel vj Tccrfgt rraie' Selected '--.- good lraixs-:--.r; v Eatcs'Ecasoxiable : q TT. fsHTZ i ITopriftor "$'2"lT O"0 ,P E PTW E E K . All Uhe" comforts; of. a home.; . . ; - .'and more.' '', ' . " GOOD MEALS GOOD MUSIC - GOOD BATHING; j. T. SCULLY Prop. jVj I A REAL CHANGE OF CLIMATE can be. had' at the new boardln hous . . X7AHIAY7A .7' 1 ::TTNearly : - 1000 ? ;rteet elevation. near depoC grand scenery, tine ' bass Cshlng. For particulars; aaareas ifi L. Kruss, Wahlawa, Phone. 469. - NEW SHIPMENT OP V SHOES Just Arrived. ; V NEW YORK 8H0E CO. : Nuuanu SL, nr. HoteL "Bo Prpparod" ; 4te to Ye Regal Boot Shop and r. ..,;' 'j Ct trTe KNew ' SPECIAL SHOES FOR' OY : ' 8C0UTS x CHEMICAL" ENGINES ' AND C WATCHMAN'S CLOCKS For Sale by . ' j;; a. G ILM A W ;- Fort 8treet -THE- Crossroads Bookshop. . Umlted ALEXANDER YOUNG SUILDINO Everythlnfl In Books" Bethel; 3L, near HoteL New Styles In -HATS- PANAMA AND CLOTH ' At Mainland Prices. FUKUR00AC0. Pure Bottled Milk FOR Your Sea DELIVERED rTO STEAMER COLD STORAGE ROOM.'; Hpholalu DairyrncnV -'. ' : Association' -: " PhOtl 154Z : '--j '-.V--- ARE GOOD TIRES. " Sold-: By ; -;: i Von llamm -: Young American Underslang , Models, - -,v'-; ."V . . - t ' ; ON EXHIBITION JNOW READY FOR DELIVERY: Geo. C DecWey, Phone 3009 (i A' Sole Distributor iLadiesPanairiallatsf V yaVT' REASONABLE PRICES ; H ON O LU L U. H AT ' COV-' v v Hotel opp.. Bethel SU : ...v?.' CWctoiitlcbrds : i BERGSTROM - MU8IC CO. V b Odd Fellows1 Dlock Fort 8LV J j tiTtsyee Ffcab' Co;' tti ' AND OTHER PIANOS. IvV . 156 Hotel .Street. . Phone 2313 I' r -": TUNING GUARANTEED'' 'Agents for Flying llerkel ? and De , , 'Luxe,' and, Motor Supplies, ;.s -; Skilled llecnanict tor all "Repair Pauahl nrt.rort.SL . .' r. i; TeLtOSl Gso. A. Martin "MERCHANT- TAILOR roved to Walty Idg," King St, Trip United States Tires ...... .. .... ., ... b Gold, Silver,' Nickel and Copper Plat Ing. " Oxidizing a Specialty.. HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO. Rates Moderate, Work Unsurpassed, , . ; Experienced Men. Cor.' Bishop and. King t Sta. All -Kinds . .Wrapping Papers and Twines; Printing and Writing Papera ' AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A S U P P L Y- C O, ' L T D. Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu Phone 14l -Geo. G. Guild. Gen. Mgr PACIFIC; ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD: V I Consulting, Designing and Con . ',. strueting Engineers.:' ' Bridges, Buildings, Concrete 8 true ttres, Steel Structures, Sanitary 8y terns, Reports and Estimates oa Pro Jects. Phone 1045.' We carry the mostj complete line of HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS in the city JAMES GUILD CO. M. E. SILVA, The Leading UNDERTAKER A EMBALMER , Cor. Kukul and Nuuanu Sts. Tel. 1179; night call 2514 or 2160 INDOOR UlfbUlHIIUiia of every kind prevent the rreedom of sunlight exer cite which nature intended, and vital bey-forces are slowly' reduced.' SCOTTS EMULSION is the concentrated pure foodV medicine to Check this decline. It refreshes the body by making healthy blood, and is nature's greatest aid to fbrtifytbe lungs and prevent tuberculosta.' -; , scorrs emulsion m htth mniatrmgtk. Advance ' Notices i Say , Novel ;: Craft Is Likely to Prove a: v" : Sensatiorr on Coast REPORT OOZE'S DEATH Board JSays Accident Was Not J Due to 6 Defect in the , ' Aeroplane , ' . , ; : f By Latest Maill . , According to vord received on .the Coast recently. Glenn H. Curtis. will arrive from Hammondsoort, N. Y.. In a few ) weeks, ; bringing with him one of the new 1914 model - flying boat. Advance notice of the novel flying craft say that with the new eauip- ment' and luxurious finish It will prove a sensation in aeronautic circle on the coasL itrM;-fa-S& ' The oificialt report concerning the deathof. Lieut Moss. L. (Love,' sent to the war: department by. Lieutenants Goodier, " Sherman; - and, Ellington, thrcvtgh Captain Cowarv says: v -Lieutenant lxve lefTleft the North Island field at 7:25 a, nW September 4,; in Wright machine Na 18. He cunbed , to "approximately 2000 i feet and .flew at tutt altitude for twenty minutes, when he started ' to volplane.' After, completing ; right turn at4 an altitude of 1000 feet,-he 'continued on a straightaway-glidB.0 ' At an altitude of ,300 feet he was observei.to put on power. ? He oontlnued gliding at ap proximately the : same ; angle as - be fore tor Culte a: perceptible interval of timer -Then ; tho angle of, glide be came' Bteeper and steeper; the machine becoming vertical. '.The 'machine was a total ' .wreck,: but .an examination showed all wires IntacL . : rhei, board 1 .therefore; sof 'the opinion that the-accident was due' In no 'way to . any oefect In the aero plane Itself. I ihe air at Oe time waa slightly puffy, hut not, dangerously, so. The ; machine seemed at all ' times ' up to the final dive to be under thor ough con troL' therefore, the only rea sons that can be given' for the acci dent are either that Lieutenant Love became unconscious in the air, or that the idive was caused by bad air." f ' i aj ' K-' ' ' ;' Th.e trial of 5ohn:Wiftiam Marshall, held for the murder of C. XL Guertler at Madam Puahl's hula resortwill not begin until December . 15, and It is possible the date may be still further extended. When the case was set by Circuit Judge Robinson last Saturday, Attorney Frank E, Thompson, Mar shall's counsel, took exception to the date, stating he desired to obtain pome depositions in the states and that two months and a half might not prove sufficient time to get them. The next murder trial now on the circuit court calendar is that of George Rufus Simmons and James Frederick Field, the former a soldier and the latter a restaurant keeper, who are accused of killing Santos Mo rales on the night of June 30. Both are held on a charge of first degree murder. Their hearing is set for Monday, October 20 two weeks hence. The murder trial of Serapio Adaban is set for Monday, October 27, and that of George Joseph Lyons and Roy C. Smith for Monday, November 3. 8TAB-BCLLETIJf GIYES YOU TODAY'S JTEWS TODAY. Coming to Honolulu Capt Cherry Kearton, Roosevelt's Game Expedition to aide in the Big the wilds of Ind ia and South Africa, Tigers, Orang Ou Beasts of the Jungle id 'of ammunition, lair by the Moving capturing Lions, tangs, and fierce without the a Caught in their Picture Camera. ' a NEW STYLE FLYIPIQ BOAT EXPECTED soow . FOR DEt 15 WATCH FOR THIS ONE. OVER-NIGHT : ; EDERAI" WIRELESS To the Advertiser Japanese resentment , toward the United States as', a result of the pas sage of the; California Anti-Allen Land Law has prompted an indefinite post ponement of, the ;yisltf of the. special Oriental commission representing the Panama-Paciflc International Exposi tion to Japan and China. r v i;Thi commission beaded by Har ry St George Tucker of Virginia, wa appointed by Secretary of State Bryan to go to the Orient and' formally, pre sent the invitation of the" American government to take part in the ex position. It Is now reliably reported that the trip of the commission has been in7 definitely postponed as- the! Japanese Emperor had intimated through offic ial channels that? th& mission ( would be useless so far as Japan wis con cerned, on account of the inflamed feeling against America over the Cal ifornia Alien Land Act The announcement .today that Mrs. Josephine Drexel Emmett had brought suit for divorce onthe ground of de sertion: caused much astonishment In society In New York4 and Philadelphia, Before her marriage - to , Dr. John Duncan Emmett on- February, 9, 1904. she was known as the 110,000.000 heir ess of Joseph Drexel; partner . of J. P. Jiorgan;. ..4 . rH' i-: . .. -: Doctcr Emmett, wa connectedwlth the; New: York College .of Physician and Surgeohs. r f-M y- . There Is great rejoicing among man ufacturer and exporteraciin ureal Brftaln,Gefmany,:rrance and through out the Continent generally over the signing of , the new. tariff act without any - mention therein of reciprocity. V The self-satisfaction" 'felt v by all classes over, the - new law 1 also ex pressed- In 'editorial; praising : Presi dent Wilson. ; : 'Already preparation are under way by the-larger manufacturing establisn- ment ' for Increasing 'their 'output In anticipation ? of r the ; Increased trade withAmerica:-:,,-' - Enforcement; by customs. Inspector of the clause Rof . the 'new tariff bill prohibiting the - importation, 'of ai grette - or the plumage or any , wild fowl., evoked " storms': xf denunciation from women. passenger, arriving at New York on the French liner Lor ralne .this afternoon. 'The. women were thunderstruck, "and heaped re crimination, upon the teads of all' the Inspectors, who vainly . explained that they, were merely carrying out .order and must, tear .irom -vne. na xue grette and other plumage - t, .' In clearing up r Jthe mystery sur rrmniitrnr th mnrdat vof Mrs. .R0X voatr yesterdays the' . CWcag- police have - captured 'iv nnrrderer v. whose knownv Crimea, already rahk,him a' a modern Bluebeard; ; Hta name is' Hen- ry Spencer: ;'H.; was ajrested. yester day " on suspicion , of, murdering r Mrs. Roxvoat,- and not . only confessed , to that crime, but admittenV to the'police the murder of fourteeni other persons, mostly women. in each instance he has given the. details of the crime. ' xhe murders stretchy trver-ai period of many year.VMn alh cases; accord ing to Spencer's confession,' robbery was the motive. -- -. The battleship Arkansas has arriv ed in Hampton Road from N0w York makimr'a new record on its trip lor four hour under full powen The "Ar kansas . averaged 21.49 knots ' an" hour, her contract' speed bemg- only: -20.5 knots, r . f.-. in an opinion givuu . jr imb wmuw ma court of appeals, Governor- Lee Ciruce . is) charged with' contempt for his unfounded and infamous assault upon the integrity of the court aud its decision 4 in the George Srump ' habeas corpus proceedings contained in a let ter Explaining his non-attendance: at the conference of governors at Colo rado Springs last summer. In his " letter. Governor Cruce 13 quoted as having said 1 the criminal court has joined hands ;with Lieuten ant-Governor McAlester ur his raid on the penal InstltutionAv ' McAlester pardoned Crump while Cruce was out of the state and his ac tion was upheld by the criminal court of appeals. . Declaring that a naval officer's so cial relations "are a matter for per sonaTdeteTminaiionr" Secretary of the Navy, Daniels has let it be known that he did not expect to Investigate the published allegations by" Arthur J Mlddleton of Washington, a former paymaster, that caste and snobbery prevail in the American navy. The secretary is investigating, how ever, Middleton's charge that he had observed drinking and gambling cboard the cruiser Denver and the gunboat Yorktown. The time for blowing up the Gam boa Dike has been officially fixed for 9 o'clock on the morning of October 10. After the destruction of the dike all that remains to be done to allow the passage of boats through the Pa nama canal is the dredging of Cule bra Cut. Prince Charles of Weiede was fined $7 by a court-martial at Warzburg for Insulting the telephone girl over the wire in complaining over the poor service. There was another Franco-German episode in Briey, France, yesterday. Early in the morning the people be came excited when some German troopers galloped on French territory. They remained until evening, when ihey were invited to leave. According to a story published in El Opinion, the reason for the suicide of Princess Sohpia of Saxeweimar, who shot herself in her father's pal- ace ' at Heidelberg' ou ' September 9, was that she feared the disclosure of a secret trip she had made to France In company with i young nun. . : Trouble -with ,th ; Filipinos. v unless there la some declaration made ot the purpose of the United State to con fer independence upon hte archipel ago, is predicted in the annual report of Mat H. H. Bandholx, U. S. A for mer chief of the Philippine constabu lary, with the rank of brigadier gen eral, made public today. . The report says that while the. Filipinos would rather have the United States domi nate the affairs of the island than any other newer, they want their free dom, and already there have been many rumor of an uprising such" as always in the past preceded actual outbreaks. The Globe Woolen v Company, of Utica, employing nine hundred per sons, closed down Saturday on ac count of the new tariff. .- The owners state the suspension . 1 Indefinite, and may be permanent ; "sr . V Governor 8ulzer ' will command nineteen vote on the final verdict and will thus escape conviction of the impeachment charge. -.'r , "Governor Suiter can command but six votes, xanf - will be convicted' : These were, claim made. Saturday by the two; faction manager In the high court, of impeachment wfajere Suiter 1 on triaL. ; . - - .v;' ' v According to the Sulzer faction, but four, members of the. state jand two members of , the court of -appeals will vote In favor, of" Mr. ulser.r.: . : Theodore , Roosevelt sailed for . the Jungle and lecture - halls of : South Americk Saturday morning. on the steamer Van pyck.; Before nia depart ure he : took 'a. parting' shot at Wil liam Barnes, Jr., Republican boss, de claring that a political statement cre dited to Barnes' was one of his "usu al lies.".. :..' . A number of personal friends were at 'the 'pier to see the former Presi dent depart, and thousand of -Bull Moose rs - - sang ' Progressive :'- battle hymns as the Van Dyck pulled away with her band playing national airs ot America and South America. 1, , I Bernard I Dillon,: , the "Jockey, and Marie Lloyd, the actress, who arrived at New"; York recently,': traveling as Mr. and Mrs. Dillon, and were detain ed by the Immigration . authorities on the ground that-thelr.relations made them undesirable Mmmigrants, sailed back toward : England on the Olympic Saturday. . The , Washington authori ties, overruling local; officialdom, had notified Miss i Lloyd; Iwhtf came here professionally, that she might land un der bohd. In1 the meantimew however. the actress had. decided she. preferred not'to stay. vThe tour iwaS'Conflnedto i' single, dinner In the city : Saturday night ; ;. Thomas TosheskyJ the miner who was entombed last Friday,-eighty feet underground In thevCmUnfintar,'mine, wa liberated at half past seven o' clock Saturday morning. He had been entombed .for one hundred and aixty-. five 'hours -and . twenty-five .minutes, but was In good phslcal - 'condition when he .was released by' the efforts of forty men, "who wofked in relays night . and day to 'save ' hfm. : He had llost no weight, and declared v "I nev: er felt better In my life.-.. -; V , . i Militant, suffragette. on Saturday burned the home of Doctor Triatam, former; chancellor of , the diocese of London, i doing damage estimated . at $215,000..;. -i;, ; ,...; v "-v.r-' .Two women .were . arrested.; At the. police station the prisoner gave the name of Mary 'Richardson and Ra- chaei; - Pale.' -The two- women-have long been "active among the London militant. :-.. .: -; ; . ;-;'-'V'i--; Statistics place the damage to prop erty by suffragette at 12,700,000. A .plot v against the life of Lord Kitchener, British ruler of Egypt was disclosed at Venice today by the ar rest of eighteen Musselmen fanatics, who had trailed the ' British soldier. Lord Kitchener , was' in Venice last week, eh route to Egypt and the plot ters evidently thought he wa stilt there..-'. '-v.c".-' - :. - ., Representative Oscar . W. , . Under wood Saturday 'morning announced his . candidacy - for the' United States senatorship from Alabama, to su& ceed the late Senator Joseph John ston. " :'; .- . : . - , . As Democratic leader of the house he wiir probably.be succeeded by Rep resentative Kltchem of North Caro lina. Posses were scouring in the vicin ity of Boulder, Cola, Saturday for the persons', who threw six dyna mite 'bombs and fired a volley into a camp of strikebreakers on ' the Mit chell Mine Company'-'property near LaFayette, The. bombs, tossed over the stockade surrounding the camp, wrecked the company's boarding house, in which twenty-five men were sleeping, but by a miracle none were hurt The shot were fired ineffect ively, almost at the moment of the ex plosion. . LOCAL DRUGGIST MAKES MANY FRIENDS The Holllster Drug Company re ports they are making many friends through the QUICK benefit which Ho nolulu people receive from the sixq ple mixture of buckthorn bark, glyc erine, etc' known as Adler-i-ka, This remedy became famous by curing ap pendicitis and It is the most thorough bower cleanser known, acting' on BOTH the lower and upper bowel. JUST ONE DOSE of Adler-i-ka re- ieves constipation and gas on the stomach almost IMMEDIATELY. ad vertisement r a a a The quarterly meeting of the Mer chants' Association will be held in the rooms of the association. Young hotel building, at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternon. - " Remind von i .of '-'i (Real Turkey Feathers V - , . . - 'S-v Thi Hawaiian lisps . Co., Ltd. , ' Young Building . x . .-v Fahlonable Creation In : ;'vnicTiMPTiuB uii '1'iMraV: XIic3i?6T7or v : Boston Block Dont Miss Thl Chance . I: CROWN BICYCLES ONLY 3 4 3 . ; J" -HONOLULU CYCLERY CO. V-110 South King SL " FULL LINE OP 1 ' V- 2110112 O : , Coyne Furniture Co., .; v ; Alexander ' Youag -Eldx. . : ; The Vcrlue Co. ' LEALA5I KUBEY. . - ' Just received from . the mainland - ex ceptional bargains. In ladles, child ren's ' goods, underwear, dresses, Waist" -., 1 l j , PATJAin cor. TO7JLYU ST. . Ciclc rtslicnce lot fcr , cx ; ; Inmoc T TntilfiT f P UUUiWJ la lUVIwij- 511 Stangsnwali Elds. ; v Phcra 2113 - and all kinds cf marble ircrtL 3; cleaned and repaired byf expert - workmen at reasonable price. - Call for Zimmerman at ' : ' ' t.,;'rn ; J.'C AXTELL'3 :.-i Alakea Street ,- v FOR ICE COLD DRINKS AND 114 '.ICE CREAM, TRY .THE ' l!av;alii:n DM Co., : HoU! and Cethsl Ctreet -1 ion Feed Co., ' Wholesale . and ReUil Dealers ..:.' In Hay, Grain and Feed ; ; Tel. 3468 ; Ala Moana Road Picture Neatly and ' Promptly Dont by ' Who Know Hew. CITY"" MERC A N T- l C O " S4 Hotel St nr. Nunann , . BIG SHOE SALE r NOW ON. Other Articles Reduced. CANTON DRY GOODS CO. Hotel St, Opp. Empire Theatre. New line of ' 1 . : ' FANCY GROCERIES ; Table FrulU and. Vegatahlea. KAIMUKI GROCERY CO. Cor. WaialaaKBoad and Koko Head Avenue . ' ; . - 'Phone 17J0. HONOLULU COLLECTION AGENCY AND COMMISSION BROKERS. Union and Hotel 8ta. ' TeL 45S8. Reference i. Bureau,, Collection,-V. AXt tachment, suits ud' claim. x Mi fee for registration. : MAE E. McKAY. General Manaxer. Shoe, Repairing Ctttsr TranNacesaary'. DANUFACTURER'S SHOE ca non R , f irv Un ' V , v I . . Framing. lien vi. Limited. - - , 119 HoUl Street Near t::.r;kt . , JU ' 8trttJ.J:-4IU ;(nsatilrj) .- t FOR SALE OR HIRE, Umltad. Tel. 110. -DOLLS . Latsst txqulsltt Cr , ; ayone 8e .Them,- ire: Es2rj - ;:i IIoTxIIcdolo in Hotel and Bethel Sts. L GHONG,: ' Exclusive Line Dry Goods and Ciih eraf Fumihin;s at Mainland Price. 18-21 King nr. Bethel v Tel. 4(39 1M1 Klxg, nr. Cethsl TcL 4 i:i n ffntbrlerSiiFoi'i G tlZYt OAHU CAnniAC- V.72. CO. Whclcsala ard T. stall Ec!::j la Ci ; tUz trl Wcr:i ::it;:li:i tzl Cirrliji Maker cr.J C:-:rI r.:;-!r -cr. Paintln;, . LlizUz'r.Wr.:, - TVeedwcTklrj tr.i Trlmr.l.-j C-:ca Ct L rr. rn-:a r.csJ. 1 " mi - r.'swsst t-.i C::t t , a-.-.J ::Hcture; IomLi ! Alz. developing, prI-t!T tzl ci'-r-- I . ;; currLY CO. : ..EetlU Ct'rr, Hci:V ' iuioii Sf C: ;.;:.' .'.'- -.113 Fcrt Ct ; - German Confestlcrsry tni Fir.cy r kary. Special attrntisn clven iitlnh day and wedding receptions.. Auto delivery. ' The reliableWatchmaker asd'Jewtler. moved above British ccrsulata, vlSl Hotel St;1 opp. 'Yours Hctd. Tcri guaranteed or money refuniei. Tatci cleaning 11.00; maizsrirj ?1.C3; rtz ulatias 50c -- : . . - 'i. CTAJI ':t-. " -;: 164 'Hotel SC.. ' r, Opp Yourj Hotel i vGds &'':;:::? Aak.Honofuiu Iron, Wcrk stout the "SUndard, thvlr.;::. er the 'Frlsble. . " Alexander Year j JZzZZlrj Q E T , A : C A KE ; O P -1 -j- , and Not lu" Effect on Dirt. YOUR GROCER 8 ELLS ' IT.. will do rr f.. - New Line of DrvandFancvGcods V ""' - . .... J - 1 AMERICAN 'DRY GOOOS Ca ; ' - Hotel " St nr-. Bethel ,- A $2 Webster Ulus- . 2 traced Dictionary I fpr65 cents ixi: At A R LEI G M'S, on Hotel Street CHINESE rWt AURA riT Chop Suey and other Chinesa t!:.'; 'erved at reaacrabla1 tt'.::3. . A