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HONOLULU BMB-BULLETIN, TTESDAY. XOY. 25, 1013.
ELEVEN it w I ' i ii? 't . " 1- 1- . ' . '( . .'""' '' "' ' :.- ' ; 'i; i- ' Tonight at Bijou Theatre--- Momte Garter and lis Dancing Cites offer oesils llif' , ,:r4,.. n&W$&U:i - .i-v:;V - ,. rll ftvl fe5 - fulfill' i -1 s i 'j v i Invalid Tourists We cater especially to Inva lids who require pure, rich bot tled milk .during their trip either to the mainland, Austra lia or the Orient. j Honolulu Dairymen's r.'.v,.; 'Association j Phone 1512.; M Shirls? i n-' it 1 - ft 1114 American UncTerslund : 1: ; NOW ' REAOY'FO R DELIVERY' ; Wipnii ivp irjf.piatrlbutof Holiday pods;:' XT REASONABLnrPRICES HONOLULU H AT , C O ." : V Hotel fplC Bethel : SU 1 , Victor Records -v;' v. -r;, v- ; j ?V ;V BERCSTROM MUSlC CO. Odd FtltW Block Fort St. I ?STEINWAYit; AND OTHER PIANOS! ' 155 Hotel Street.- Phorte Hit ' ' TUNING GUARANTEED V G20.A."T.Iarirn: MERCHANT; TAILOR 1-Moved to Walty BJdfl., King SL, t -Roomt 4;ind 5, over Weila Farflo .A.Co. ; H Hacltfeld Co. ' " Limited. . . Sugar Factors, Importer and Commission Merchants. HONOLULU. . Agents for, Flying Merkel arid De - Lnie, and Motor Supplies. City Motor Co. Skilled -Mechanics for all Repair Work. Pauahl nr. .Fort St. Tel. 2051 Gold, Sllverr Nlckel 'and Copper Plat Jnfl. Oxidizing m Specialty. HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO. Rates r Moderate, Work Unsurpassed. .Experienced Men. Cor. Bishop and Kin Bta. Anton Stance & Bro. t 111t Fort SL German Confectionery and Fancy Bakery. Special attention given to birthday and wedding receptions. Auto delivery. Tel. 3793. The Gigantic Slaughter Sale Is Still bh at 152 Hotel Street ML R. B E -N N Successor to J. Lando Tblr 3uratsrybnW- eraie price and guaranteed ser-J vice have made. I f? nnt nnn a.uuu.uuu ten fiWear Them j .The patented $Iidmg-cord lack adjusts fthem instandy to : every posoon or tnooont assorsig freedom' of actioa and . , , " - : Absolute ; Comfort Look wt for imitations! There ' are many of "uSeaa, aH inferior. ' Make sure that the words, ; -SHIRLEY, PRESDENT-. appeal; on the buckles. In mis way you will obtain the genuine, f aruaey made and guaranteed by Tt C A. Eirtci VJz Co. v ShirleyMifc, U. S. K , 1 For Scf Etergwhert if - ,: " ." t ; j iii 1 r-;r r. i ' i ... ' i a , .;u -'. - ri i -T -i mi ,- . m. 0 SPECIAL STAfcBULLETlN 5ERVlCEf 13, Home and Foreiqi Dispatches Giving World's News at a Glance. A diamond swindle amounting- to more than 9 100,000 has been uncov ered In New York. The diamond broker suspected has been arrested, but the young woman who resided in fashionable hotels of the city and who played the greater part in the fraud, has disappeared. ',A carman of Sacramento and five of his children are III from scarlet fever and one child is already dead of the disease contracted at the county hos pital where the children had been taken for diphtheria. ;J Vincent Astor presented his fiancee, Miss Helen Densmpre Huntington, with, an engagement ring made' to or- uer a.i a cost oi tiv.uuu. Greece and Turkey have signed a by slow poison because unable to bear treaty of peace at Athens. , the slander of her neighbors. ' Sir Thomas Lipton tried to purchase A 3t Louis man was awarded $3500 Sulgrave Manor,, the ancestral home damages against the United Railways of Ceorge Washington's family in Eng- because he was bitten by a dog while land. In, order to ship it to America, riding on the street car. but Uie, plan fell through. ( j Robbers broke into a residence at A young Uoness being exhibited be- West Cridgewater, Pa and seared the fore school children of Koeslin. Ger- bottoms of the owner's feet with a many, escaped and seriously injured a red-hot poker to make him disclose 7-year-old boy - he nldlng pJace of hls mmey. Two V jJaptaln de la Garde, a French army o them were captured by the police, aviator of wide reputation, was killed i. arfhmintA whirh wnrrwi last K while; landing after a flight at-'Vill week in Peru dentroved 10 town and coublax France. killed 120 persons in the province of President Wilson demands the res- Aymareas, department of Apurimao. ignatlon of Huerta before he will con. Tictff,0 a of Woov sider further Darters The Pstofnce department at Wash " a T iin?hJnSr "Sm nn Qrt, tngton has made arrangements to de- A lone, bandit held up a Southern 1( ct. rn nA p.ia mu v. rrvio liver all. Santa Claus letters received racinc .. overland train from Chicago . . . . . . voit- t.a aA rZ fron1 children into the hands of his it . fnnnn imam iu If! Tuesday, Dec:2j 1913 5 ' fecital ' 1 I. ijanon uuwseu Wnrthintitii I wa iiiiiikvii 5 4 ,4 Tickets on sale at Hawaii Promotion 'Committee. RionisV Yoong Building, on and .after Friday, November 28, $10, tt.00, S.75, .50. White Lineni Duck or Pongee T Suits look Uetler and last long-J ' ' er If Hone u'p by. the fr.-. .. ' vf hi;V4 , ' FRENCH LAU NPRY Phone 1491 Women's Christian Association in New York, over $2,000,000 were pledged. t A ministerial commission is to be appointed by the Spanish cabinet to arrange for Spain's participation in the Panama-Pacific Exposition. Lady Rsndolph Churchill, mother of Winston Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, christened the battleship Benbow launched at Glasgow. A big banquet was given in the Co lon theater at Buenos Ayres in honor cf Colonel Roosevelt. More than 1000 guests were present. Mrs. Martha Simmons of Excelsior Springs, Mo., possessed of an estate valued at $1,000,000 committed suicide with money; and valuables amounting to $1500. : 'Mra. Jessie fimerson Mofflt Bailey of 'New York, well known as a play wright and magazine writer, was granted a; divorce from her husband, Frank Duncan Bailey, an Englishman.! r -ur. j. - Leoa w imams, an eminenc anthropologist of London, ha arrived In Kew York ith fifteen skulls of prehistoric man. One of them he Claims to date back .500,000 years. A militant suffragette attacked John Redmond, the Irish leader and his wife, on a train at Durham, striking him on the head and his wife on the back and then scattered the contents oi a flour bag over, them. , The famous phophetess of Paris, Mme. de Thebes,, has, predicted ter- persons and or gan izationg throughout the country. Mrs. Jdsepnus Daniels, wife of the secretary of the navy, gave a luncheon for Miss Jessie Wilson, the bride elect There were 13 guests, as Miss Wilson itf'to be the thirteenth bride of the WnljifHovise. . "? ' LOTisiana; Southern - Pacific train service is demoralized owing to the eirike of employes. Two transconti nental passenger trains passed through New Orleans manned by division of ficials. " ... One of President Yuan Shih-kaTs secretaries, was arrested in the pal ace at Peking. He was armed -with a revolver, and confessed;he meant to murder his chief. I- An elderly couple of St. Jaul, who rible European floods, threats of war had uvej together happily for over ana a, new monaTcnisi government in 50 years, died almost simultaneously. x'onugai ae among ine coming events Off 1314. A;, bill for appropriating: $500,000 to "'"' " ' ' "BIBDEATHTOLt r- . i Lieut. Rich Was Number 195 for Year and 414 Since 1908 Eleventh in Service ' 1 i By Latest Mall MANILA. Second Lieut. C. Perry Rich of the Philippine Scouta, U. 3. A., was killed today in a fall with a hydroaeroplane into . Manila bay." Lieutenant Rich, who was the. only member of the Philippine Scouts at tached to the aviation corps here, was encircling the Asiatic fleet, which was at anchor in the bay, when the acci dent occurred. A launch from the tor pedo boat Decatur waa the first of many craft to reach the scene of, his fall. His body was picked up, with life almost extinct, but it was too late to save him. The accident was due to a faulty cylinder In the motor. Lieutenant Rich discovered the defect before . he left the ground,' and at first , decided to abandon his flight, but he after ward repaired the cylinder and as cended. He had risen 200 feet; and was making a preparatory trip around the fleet before starting on his in tended flight over the vessels -during which he was to attempt to drop' a bomb on one of them when his motor ' broke down again. " WASHINGTON. Lieutenant Rich was born in Indiana in 1383, and was appointed to the Philippine 'Scoutsin 1911. ; He- is the . eleventh aviator ft? die in the . work of the army '.and navy.. Iu aviation accidents ot alt' kinds the world over since 1908; ! .414 have met death, the toll for the pres ent year to" date being, 195. iV i THOUSANDS of nn vniirTo umm Li READ it I: THIS fa V 7 f Archduke Francis Ferdinand, heir to the Austrian throne, is, with his w " cuuiera wB5 mLruuuceu iu tjng King George and Queen Mary the?, senate by Senator Pomerene of at Windsor Castle. OBq, who claims the loss from that! At tne clinical congress just closed disease for the year to be $50,000,000. at Chicago, a campaign was framed .Emmy Destton, the opera singer, re- 'gaingt "legalized murder" as perpe entry posed for a moving picture in lrated b un and lneXperienced berlin by singing in a cage of lions, surgeon8 for which she received $25,000 and waa f Tlu n it a a Insured by the company against death cat, a national association for the a y , r, promotion of practical eugenics and The German Life Saving Society .v.- . 1A .(.AAA . .U- i. " t PIVCU11UU XJL .ULOUV a w at ucu fwv iu me iiieuuztt crews of the liners Grosser Kurfuerst and Seydlitz for their rescue of the pas sengers and crew of the steamer Vol turnb on fire in mid-ocean. Vincent Astor and his fiancee at-! Mrs. Lulu Long of Kansas City driving with a broken hand in the 15.1 to 15.3 paired class at the New York Horse Show, brought her hdrsea J to second place, defeating four men. President Wilson has formally de- EXQUISITE H O L I D A Y Wall & 'dougherty Jewelers and Silversmiths .iVUek'. Youig Building. Every Kind, of Tool For all Trades LEWER8 A COOKE, LTD. SLIPPERS For Men are Appropriate for .ChrUtrtias MclNERNY SHOE STORE. Fort Above King. AJnj . .lui. i a. r i i x uuea nicie " OTBneP8"!' nied the rumor of the engagement of the main attraction being a society hjs daughler Margaret to Dr. Gilbert wedu.ng play Horrax of Montcla!r.f N. j. The General Petroleum Company of Mrs Richard Townsend of Wash. California, capitalized at $50,000,000. ,tntl haa 1llHf rct,,rT, from a v.u. ropean visit bringing 35 trunks and ?250,000 worth of Jewels. There will be no mystery about the mincemeat served in the home-made pies sold at St. Andrew's Guild Sale, Wednesday afternoon from .2 to 5 o'clock. The pies annle. Dumnkln and mlnde. will be marvelous ex amples of the highest culinary art Home-baked beans and potato salad sold In pretty bowls; the lightest of rolls and bread; cranberry, Jelly; plum puddings made by one of Honolulu's most famous cooks. Roast dueks, well done; young chickens; roast pig, either in choice cnts or sold whole; spiced tongues; Juicy, well-baked hams in slices, halves or whole hams. All thesa and more will be offered to the public at popular prices. The tea-room, with cakes and sand wiches served with a steaming hot cup, will be in charge 6f Mrs. William Soper. The young ladies of St. Andrew's Junior Auxiliary will have a lemonade booth, also a table of favors, home made candies, etc., etc. Remember, the hours are from 2 to 5 and the place St. Andrew's Parish House on Emma street. Drop in for a real social afternoon. advertisement. WOulC will get electrical pre ents this Christmas--- end; will he i '.better: pleased -with' them than, with, other preaeiita coating three "or fountiraes ar.much. v ' : v- 4 The reason is .'that electricity la be ; coming ; aft ; iia pprtantf factor in't.the ; home-rit S Makes work' easier ' and pleaanter-rft. Is V essentia! to modern ; ' t 4-- - 'w :M', r,::"N-j:'; ..Fgr. rnstancei? an Uuron yiUl save an ii'ihour or two every ironing "day -a i; ;(f toaster stove (rllmakd delicious toast' ; f vjrundkeobkr dainty 'meals right: on the h Hi table a sewing machine: motor will 'V save her (the; fatigue .' of pedaling,, a -,dlsc stove foil the tea' table or nursery., .; , H .V,There. are V taony , other devices-de- IVflgned -.for: 'comfort? and t:onvenlencev -:v--f v v.?fS-'viJvalt a0il 4ee-them; i:KVV'- il,iu ui;i awsiian mnjnearAlakea ' "J: " ! servatibns made to all points on . ' ; the mainland over y r has passed to the control of Weir & i Co., a British syndicate. It is now estimated that over 256 persons perished in the storms on the Great Lakes. Col. Alexander Brodie. who served ! as major and lientenant-colonel in the 1 r,,rV. I? $ H t- man t on1 aa trrkvor- How Alienists Diagnose. "So," said the man from Mars, who was making a sightseeing trip on this planet, "that is what they call an alienist." "Yes," replied the Bureau of In- Vsre r BoiHn? tnr 71 a Act ' 11UU6" l,"lv-,lt " o-. , formation man. "He can inrorm you i,gg8 are selling for 75 cents a doz- f AHrnna from iftn2 to I90f. has . . .. -w. . wiiHiner vein art insane ur iiol. "How does he tell?" 1 "By the amount of discretion and discernment you show in discussing the value of his distinguished ser vices." Washington Star. I i nkii.j.i.ki. eu ... .ru.muwpiiiit. , he?n pjaced on the retired list be. ",r: n'lu"L reei cause of age. Colonel Brodie is a very ; close friend of Colonel Roosevelt. The University of Chicago, by de- school children! concert before 8000 of San Francisco. The city marshal at Mesa, A!riz ai Honolulu Photo Supply Co. KODAK HEADQUARTERS 1059 Fort Street small town near Phoenix, was shot and killed by thieves whom hjg was trying to arrest. L Detectives in New York Ci'y dis covered the headquarters of anVarmy of bookmakers, who by means 'of in direct telephone connection with all the race tracks, were operating all over Greater New York. The fortune left by "Big Tim" Sul livan of 'New York amounted to $2. 000,000. all of which was left to rela tives. The. Democrats have abandoned the attempt to force the administration currency bill through the senae by! means or me party caucus. & l feating the University of Minnesota I won the football honors of the WesU ern Intercollegiate Conference for ! 1013. A disastrous land and rock slide in I British Columbia covered the Cana- No. 1 "The laziest man in the world." an dian Pacific railroad tracks 60 inmate of the poor farm of Jersey deep for adistance of 400 feet. ( junty. III., has died at the age of 72 after 15 years spent in bed. He had; no physical disability except a de cided aversion to any kind of motion!) Kiamil Pasha, former grand vizier1 of Turkey, died at Larnaca. Island of. Cyprus. ( Manuel Aldape. Mexican minister; of :he interior, who suggested to Hu erta that he n.eet the demands made bv the United States, has been sum- feet i Oriiiri'i. ci:. ;r . ' ' - ' - - i : " ' ' ' "; ' ? ' fAppiyltol Wells Fargo & Cos Office -72 South King St. Phone 1515 j - Sachs for ppy'Coods General Huerta scorns to reply to'n,aru' aismmsea ana oniereu in r.u- the demands of the United States : rPe 011 somp mission. A deputy county recorder or san Bernardino. Calif., whom the doctors had pronounced a cripple for life, fell from a tree and threw his dislocated knee-can back into place thus foolin knee-cap back into place, thus fooling the Dhysicians! Four cattlemen of Montana are on their way to the Panama-Pacific ex- They eery V 1 that he resign from the temporary I presidency of Mexico. All sorts of rumors are current in the Mexican capital, causing many Americans to flee from the city. ' j Eight more frozen bodies cwere; washed ashore in a lifeboat at Port ' Frank, Ont.. victims of the storm that! swept the Great Lakes. It is be-1 lieved that the wrecked freighted bot-! position by way of New York, tomside up in Lake Huron was the''inend to visit the capital of Canadian-Pacific freighter Regina. 'state in the Uniop. The whole affair In t tie first three days of the two! :? an endurance tst of a western weekp' campaign to raise S4.0fHt.0un , 1, oncho whor is still "fit" after 9700 for the Young Men's and foung miles. Whooping Cough SPASMODIC CROUP B10NCHIT1S ASTHMA CATAJULH COUGHS COLDS ESTABLISH CO 1S7S. A simple, iafeand rffective treatment for brotfcbial trouble, iroidinf drur. Viponzrd Creolcne stopt the paroirms of W boootnf Couih and relieve! Spasmodic Croup at once. It if a boon to rafferen from Asthma. Th air carryini tbe antiseptic rape, inspired with every brrarb. makes breathin easy ; Kot tin tbe re throat and itopi the coof h. aaaurinc rewful niehts. It is inraluaWc to mother with younf children. Send as postal for decnpr.ve booklet. ALL DRUGGISTS. Try Cmofcne Anti septic Throat TakkU for the irritated throat. They are simple, effect ive and antiseptic Of your drorrit or from b. 10c in stamps. Yapo-Cresolene Co. U ConUrnM Sl. N. T. LIVE ISLANDERS 45c a pound DRESSED ISLANDERS SOc aJpOund MAINLANDERS 40o' a: pound - - (-, Splendid condit on for Thanksgiving. 4 - . .'' Metropolitan MeatMarllc; PHONE 3445 Have that Sidewalk laid ht hplidaj r WE SUPPLY THE BEST MATERIALS HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DltAYUIC CC. Robinson Building I Queen Ctr: