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HONOLULU--STAR-BULLETIN, TIirfiSDAY, .TT'LY 1, 1014.
FIVE :f! Now Get Interested In The Silent Seven A new SILENT model of the OLIVER TYPEWRITER "The "Standard Visible Writer" The cushioned keyboard not only makes for silence but for increased efficiency in typing. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. ' LIMITED. In the Young Building WHY THE CHINESE LEADERS ARE ON TRIP MAINLAND CONVENTION THE von HAMM-YOUNG CO LTD., Honolulu. . Agents Stories are told In the Japanese ia lers about Huang-Huslng, a Chines revolutionary leader, who sailed foi, the United States on board the Ten Jo Maru cn June 20, from Yokohama, says the Japan Advertiser, lie is said to be accompanied by four men. two of whom are graduates of the school maintained by the Chinese rev olutionists at Omori in the suburbs c Tokio. According to one story llu-ang-Husing left Japan as he had not been recently on good terms with Dr. Sun Yat-sen. who, too, is staying Jr. Japan, but another story says that he has left Japan with a large sum cf war funds supplied by a certain Ja anese wealthy man, as he believes the time is ripe for the outbrc ak of a fre?h revolution jln China. Yet it is said that his -object is to see first h.s son staying in the States for sJudy.l IS VOTED SUCCESS IN EVERY WAY nual convention of the H-iwaiian Evangelical Association came- to a c'ope at Wailuk-j. -Maui, lat night. Mere than 4''0 delegates, clergymen and laymen' were present at the ses Firns of the con vent jen, which is a record from the standioint of at tendance. The second Sunday of rext Novem- then eo to France to meot th thml " oe lemverance Iay in Ha- Chinese revolutionary leader?, who' waM- and wi:1 e observed, as such by have their headquarters outside Paris.' an "renes and religious rganiza Second Sunday in November Will be Observed as "Temperance Day" Having been a co.nplete success in every way; predicting a bright future fcr the churches and religious orzani zations coming under its jurisdiction and resulting in the formation of plars for extending their - present lines of work, the ninety-second an-' moved. Travel might then be-dis- W HhLtbb Stt NU i ' Science' now sevuis to L ilaidiing that pictures can be received by wire less and that the time i? not far dis tant when seeing through the medium of waves over a space of many miles will be the ordinary incident of the common life. This achievement would mean very much for the ntrtai"nmer.t as-well as for the advance and ad vantages of . life, "it would moan very much more in the science of warfare. The complications of warfare would te very much increased in case a gen eral covld erect the apparatus by which te would see what the enemy was doing many miles away. Yet this is the promise oof those who heralded the advent of the seeing wireless. 1 There is nothing impossible in the proposition to project by the aid of wireless waves scenes that can be re formed and perceived by those far re- ViVlT THE NEW STORE OF -REGAL SHOES COR, FORT AND HOTEL STS. and he got his voyage expenss' by disposing of shares of the China In dustrial Development Co., ia his pos session. Huang H sing's Alias. ' Auart f;om these sunnositform hnw. ever, an Incident occurred after he embarked oa the Tenyo Maru on Tue-s-' tlay afternoon. He was of course dis-' uised, but the authorities of the Ja ' anese and Chinese governments ha ! . known It, and after Huang's embark ation, the authorities of the. Yokoha ma effice of tho Toyo Kisen Kalsha' were requested by the; two govern .meats. to refuse Huang-Hsing. In case! tlons throughout the territory. The T-assaze of a iesolutlon presented by Rev. S. L. Desha and Rev. C. O. Hrn ham, ws one of the last acts of the convention yesteiday before ad ion rn-ment-was tal.en. The resolution fol lows: "Whereas, liovember 8 has been chosen by t.;e committee of Intrna- . ticnal Sunday school arrangements as a Wor'd's Temperance Sun 'lay-. ?ni whereas, on that day throughout a!l , parts of the wcrjd the subject of the I pntire profl.Jition of the liquor traf fic, as the greatest curse of all m- tions, Is to be that u-wn which nas- ed SutesT, anco fttSS- VW X C" " -ed. that . InllZllj trlea Truest Hu th, f bf the SM - io rV.,i :i " of this territory, the second Sunday iSamined by the police authors" 11 " " " as lemperance aunuay in ine tuns tian Endeavor Societies, Sunday . ... j, New Styles In ;' ..'..H A T 8 PANiM A A; N D C L O T H ; At Mainland Prices. ' FUKURODA CO. . ' Hotel St-T Cor. Bijou Lane. ?e the steamer. : But when he ,was examined by the police author ilies of the Kanagawa-kencho. togeth er with the authorities of the shipping company, Huang Insisted cn the alias he had adopted and dfd not yield to tell h 3 real name, so that the authori ties concerned could not - press him any more and let him stay on board i the steamer. As a result of thli the departure of the steamer was de'ayej j cne hour, but Huang. wa3 allowed to proceea to tne states, it is sun doubt- schools and all preaching services, and furthermore that all churches and pastors are hereby Instructed nd re quested to cooperate with the Anti Saloon League of H ?aii In Its work of reform, and that this annual con vention elect a member as our perniar nent representative on the executive committee of tne league." The annual caorus contest. Monday Agents for Flying . Merkel and Ds Luxeand Motor Supplies. : .';.; . CITY MOTOR CO. Skilled . Mechanics'; tor All Repair Paujhl nr. Fort SL Tel. 2051 i r . : . - i w - ..w.,. . . could manage to land in' the ' States - evening was nuenaeu iuy n fh- nrrtvnt nf th .tm.r t Kan which packed Ue Maui theater. Mo- Francisco. It is also reported that Jol succeeded in wresting the ban a conn a a Milan pmh.rir.vt nn tha ner from East Hawaii, which organiza steamer a Chinese, who was believed tion has held tne trophy for the past r ; . - m m " 1 lf .in ho aepMne- a chine for an sttpmnt two years.. MSny or tne Honolulu visi nnfin .Huanr' lire. rnllnwt tilnv nl ijio iu mc luuicuiwu '""'" the authorltfes oT the Kagacho police this morning la the Claudlne.' station shadowed the said Chinese. However, : he soon left the steamer and entered the Grand HoteL TThe Japanese police are said to be still shadowing the Chinese. ' y ; v. The revolutionary school, Kozen Ga- H0WT0 SAVE YOUR EYES Try This Free Prescription Tin vnnr evA fflve vou trouble? Do kusha at Omori referred to above, was you aiready wear eyeglasses or spec ordered closed by the police author!- tacl8? Thousands of people wear ; P. H. BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for California and New York; NOTARY PUBLIC; D-ws Mortgages, Deeds, Bills ; of Ealt, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1848.! t ties of Shmigawa. The school was supported by Mr. LI Lie-chung, the faincus Chinese revolutionary leader now staying in Paris, and has had over 70 Chinese students, of course belonging to the revolutionists. One Chinese involvel In the bomb explo sion case at Chiba was a student of the school ; ; !;: "v ,:. ' Wounded Man Recovering. ; these "windows" who might easily dis pense with them. You may be one of these, and it Is your duty to save your eyes before it is too late. The eyes are neglected more than any other organ of the entire hody. After you linlsh your day's work you sit down and rest your muscles, but how about j your eyes? Do you rest them? You know you do :; not. You read or do -A Chiba report says that Chang, a something else that keeps your eyes Chinese revolutionist,; who has been busy; you work your eyes until you injured fby the bomb explosion which zo Q bed. That is why bo many. have occurred Sunday - last, was examined strained eyes and finally other eye IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN by Jucite SMmakura of the Chiba local troubles that threaten partial or total NEWSPAPERS j court on Wednesday morning at the blindness: Eyeglasses are merely Anywhere at Any Time, Call on 'or' Pib 'p"fftur?1 ho8PIta! h.e crutches; they never cure. This free Write i- .- i'" v..v prescripiion, wnicn nas oeneiuea me ;8 ADV ERT'lL..Vout11 'cLk 10nAVtb!L f6 ' day eyes of so many; may work equal E.C.DAKE1 A G E l, 124 Sansome- Street San Francisco (MBhnaiiiKKasassaManBM Arf PirfnrAc , HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING UPPLY CO. IUrhl RL. vr. Hot1 Dust With 1 WIZARD Polish cnang was taaen to ine tniDa prisoii , .nn,ora fnP vnil t t. it ahort time from the hosoital under guard of two. Woujd you iie your eye troubles to policemen. Chang will recover In disappear as if by magic? Try this few days, while . Noguchl. a retired prescription. Go to the nearest wide army officer, will recover in about awak d lstore and get a bottle of mr wrens, fliir 11. s rwcu?rjr lw guchi will be handed over to the gen darmerie. PROLIFIC CATTLE TICK BARRERE Phone J297 HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. GRAND TWO WEEKS' SALE NOW ON '.. :)" 17 Hotel St. , t Opp. Bijou Theater J. Kershrer Vulcan Izer Correct Price Klnr St. Onp. Library. YEEYI CHAN ' CH I N E8E RESTAURANT Chop Sucy and other Chinese dishes erred at reaaoanble prices. 11t Hotel Street. Near Maunake (upstairs) M. E. SILVA; The Leading UNDERTAKER 4 EMBALMER Cot. Kukul and Nuuanu Sts. U Tel. 1179. night call 2514 or 2160 A male and female tick hatched in April mav by October 15 give rise to 6.750,000,000 descendants, about half cf which, being females will lay about 1500 more eggs apiece Immediately or viic ' avfiivnaitsj, oi kUfS. . a em aver vam v. v . tleman's point of view ; a thoroughly j piously effective Optona tablets; fill a two-ounce bottle with warm' water, drop in on-4ab: let and allow it to thoroughly dissolve. With this liquid bathe the eyes two to four times daily. . Just ' note how quickly your eyes cleanup and how soon the inflammation wjll disappear. Don't be afraid to use It; It ls abso lutely harmless. Many who are now blind might have saved their eyes had they started to care for them in tjime. This is a simple treatment, but mar- in multitudes of pensed with, as one might have in his home a travelgraph. if such it might be called, by which he could pass be fore him the contemporary events of Cairo or Paris or London, or the shores of the River of Doubt that Mr. Roosevelt has put upon the map. Baltmore American. HOW THIN PEOPLE CAN PUT ON FLESH A New Discovery. Thin men and women that big, hearty, filling dinner you ate last night. What became of all the fat- producing nourishment it contained? Ycu haven't gained In weight one ounce. That food passed from your body like unburned coal through an open grate. The material was there, but your food does not work and stick, end the plain truth is ycu hardly get enough nourishment from your meals to pay for the cost of cooking. This is true of thin folks the world over. Your nutritive organs, your functions of assimilation, are sadly out of gear an,d need reconstruction. Cut out the - foolish foods and funny sawdust diets. Omit the flesh cream rub-ons. Cut out every thing but the meals you are eating; now and eat with every one of those ' a s'ngle Sargol tablet. In two week3 j note the difference. Five to eight good solid pounds of healthy "stay there" fat should be the net result Sargol charges your . weak, . stagnant blood with millions of fresh, new red blood corpuscles gives the Wood the carry Ing power to deliver every ounce of fat-making material In your food to every part of your body. Sargol, too, mixes .with your food and prepares It for the blood In easily assimilated form. Thin , people gain all the way from 10 to 23 poundat 'a month-while taking Sargol, and the' new .flesh stays rut Sargol tablets are a' sclentifie combination of, six of the best flesh producing elements known to chem istry.; They -come 40 tablets to a pack age, are pleasant, harmless and inex pensive. For sale by Benson. Smith & Co.. Chambers Drug C and Hollister Drug Co. advertisement . Greatest Japanese WRESTLERS HEADED BY THE MIGHTY CHAMPION TACnlYAMA AND OTORI WRESTLING BOUTS NIGHTLY FOR SIX NIGHTS COMMENCING SATURDAY, JULY 11th Athletic Park SEATS ON SALE AT ATHLETIC PARK. PRICES-43.C0, $2.00. $1.50. $1.00. Get Your Fresh Eastman Films for your Vacation Pictures at f "" f 1 V" i j7?1 '"''ftrV T'Ti i y y HOLLISTER'S Fort Street The Right kind of Feed will make Horses, Mules and Cows do their work properly and with least "wear-and-tear." By the way the Cali fornia Feed Co. sells the kind of mentioned. feed Use oave i our i rees and v mes iiml your Vo?etablos and Flouers from ,Kot, '-.Spot, Boe-" ' thy Motli. Scale, rtc. If yon start in time you can -pet p;oxl results. If you wait too Ionj, either tlie bugs or soiiie other , liliUt will pet to 3'our partlen or orchard and undo the work and care of months or years, and prevent 3oii; from raising the full quantity of fruit, repf etahles, Uowcrs, etc., yo.u oupht to pet. Hprayinp is what is needed for most troubles in the partlen. . With careful sprayinp with the proper fnnpiclde or pemiicide, etc., you should win. : 1 USE THE "DEMING" SPRAYER BECAUSE IT HAS BEEN PROVED THE BEST, MECHANICALLY. AVe carry several kinds of '."Deminp" Sprayers in stock. Here we show the Knapsack Sprayer, which comes with either Brass or (ialvanized Tank; and the Tank and Cart Sprayer, capacity 24 gallons. See others in our window. TlIEX COME INSIDE THE STOKE AXJ LET US EXPLAIN in detail. : y-- Lewers & Cooke, Ltd. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS. 177 SQ. KING ST. althoueh not eTcentlonallv Infested cases. IMOW mat you nave Deen warn- cow nav csrry several hundred thou-.ed don't delay a. day, hut do what you sand ticks at one time and. during one can to save your eyes and you are season, may be infested by four such . likely to thank us as long as you live broods. Now 1300 ticks, after ' having , for publishing this prescription. ad engorged themselves for three or four j vertisement days, will weigh about a pound, this j ISSS51 t, ntll?,yl: ! i HAWAII OR KAUAI MAN itcigui 'i iu uiuuu latieu truiu iuc host Thus from 200 to 500 pounds of blood In a single season. IJttle wonder faat thousands of southern calves never reach maturity: that the pitiful spectacle of i valuable dairy or beef snimal actually . starving to death in the midst of rich, nutritious pasture is not a nightmare, but a ter ribly frequent reality. The World's Work. -'' c a skin or bcsutv is a joy rowevew Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUO'S Oriental Cream 02 UAGICAL EEAUTIFIER Si5 RmoT T, ttmplM, rrCKiML aota patrha, Buk and Skia Dimiwi, Jtd Try blrmUh baaaty. ao4 daSaa da toetioa. It baa ato4 tha taat of M raara. and ia ao hartnlaaa wa taata it to ba aara It ta pro parly mad a. Aecapt coaatarfait of aimilar ama. Dr. L X. Kr ra aid to a lady of tba aanttoa (a patiaot ) : -A yo ladlaa will oao tha ra. I raeommaad . . . . . CcwraiB"a Crotua M tho iMtt karnfal of all tba akia praparaiioaa." At Oraiaiataaad Depart maat a toroa 3 FrtT.BcpUnj 4la,rrp, 37 trut Jones SL.IT.C. TO SUCCEED HUGHES IS GOSSIP OF STREET "Who will be the new Hawaii fair commissioner?" is becoming almost an hourly question. The latest rumor which went lntx circulation this morning is that the ap pointee to take the place of John Hughes, resigned, is to be a man from either Kauai or Hawaii. This informa tion, it is said, came direct from Gov ernor Pinkham. J When seen this morning. Chairman H. P. Wood, while not denying a knowledge of the rumor, said that he has received no information from the J chief executive regarding the ap pointment of a new commissioner. I It is highly possible, however, that the: governor may choose a resident" of fie of the other Islands for the position. It will he remembered that when the commission was first organ- ized Rev. J. M. Lydgate of Kauai was appointed a member but for some rea son, dropped out shortly after. Never say more classy. die. Expire sounds Scientific cooks the country over are using For Frying For Shortening . For Cake Making because they understand it. They -judge a food pmluct hy vhat it will accomplish, that Crisco accomplishes wonderful results in cooking. r And thev have found Housewives can profit hy their experience. If Crisco is the-choice of chefs, Domestic Scientists and 'i hospital dietitians, it is very likely to please everyone. The cook book dcscrilied below will tell you how to use Cris-o to accomplish the best' results. :':'' ''.'. V-; New Cook Book and "Calendar of Dinners" This new Imio.'; by Marion Harris Neily Cmik. ry Editor, Toadies Home Journal, gives 2o0 original recipes, is attractively illustrated, and tells many interesting and valuable: facts about cooking and food products. It also tells the interesting story of Crisco's discovery and manufacture. It is free. There is also a quality -edition-of tlri book containing a total of 01 Neil Kecipes and a Calendar of Dinners 303 menus of orig inal and tasty meals. This book is bound in blue and" gold clothj The regular price of this book: ia : twenty-five cents. To those answering this advertisement it will be sent for fire tiro-rent xtamp. ; In writ ing for either book, address Department (1, ' ', - ;.-''-:; : H. Hackf eld & Co., Ltd. ' Honolulu '. , ' : ':;:'. '