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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1914. LEAVES F.3UCH HOW ELECTIONS PROGRESSED ON THE HIAINLAWD - ff 1 il III! i ff si M I MADE BY AN EXPERT. LoveVBakeir Just a Little After Nine O'docli and Here I Am all re FOR CHARITY TANGO De BRAZIL - - . i- DUFLEX SOLE simplifies the mosKdifficult steps in this fascinating dance. Made for Gentlemen only and sold for v v .:$5.SO at ; McJnemy VShde y Fort above King St "A IBy Latest Mall) MILWAUKEE, Wls Sept 2. While returns from the primary election are Incomplete, it was generally conceded today that Emanuel L. Philipp, con servative Republican, was nominated for governor by a safe plurality. The race for the Republican nomi nation for United States senator ap pears to have gone safely : to Gov. Francis E. McGovern. although his lead is followed closely by Bancroft The race for the Democratic guberna torial nomination is between John A. Aylward and John C. Care"!. v EOISE. Idaho) Sept 2. Returns in dicate the renomination of United States Senator James H. Brady and Gov. John M. Haines. Republicans, and the nomination of James H, Hawley. Democrat for United States senator, and Moses Alexander. Democrat for governor. , Congressman Addison T. Smith. Republican, has been renomi nated. -; ' . COXCORD. NT. H., Sept 2. Con gressman Raymond B. Stevens was the victor in the Democratic contest for the nomination for United States sen ator. Senator Jacob H. Gallinger was unopposed for renomination by - the (Republicans. Returns indicate the nomination for governor of Rolland H. . Soauldine. Republican; and. Albert W. Noone, Democrat - SALT LAKE CTY, Sept 2. United States Senator Reed Smoot was re nominated by Reclamation by the Re Dublican state convention here. Su preme Court Justice W. M. McCarty was renominated. For Scholars and Hikers Ji-jniei I. OTOS Lunch Kits .. Something the world has. waited for ' ' For the boy or girl who carries lunch to school there is nothing more compact, -convenient, or sanitary. Plenty r of room for solids besides, a good sized Thermos Bottle in which liquids are kept hot 24 hours or cold 48 hours. The. large size kits' hold sufficient:, for-.-3 orj 4 persons; smaller ones do hot hold so much. : ; Big Ones. . . . ..$3.00 Smaller. ... .. . . . .$2.25 THE BIO SALE OF TOILET ARTICLES ENDS V SATURDAY - : i n r 1 . ; The Rcxall Store' Fort and Hotel . Streets." '"' Open Evenings Until 11:15 Phone 1297 ' MACON. Gai Sept. 2.-Congressman Thomas W.- Hardwick today was nomi nated bv the State Democratic con vention here pa the fourteenth ballot to fill the unexpired term of the late United States Senator A. O. Bacon. The vote was; Hardwick 265. Slaton 133, Hutchens 4. Nomination is equiv alent to election. v - ' To remove a icorch mark ut an oni ou in two, rub the scorched part with it, i then soak in cold . water. The mark will disappear ia a few minutes. -s. For nbro than a quarter of a con- , tury SHAC h&o "boon tho favorite rcnody for hcadacho ana. -ncuralGia, Caotolonn-Cortai 12 dosos-25 cento; your drossiots : : . vfor snaa-. ow Tnll S:SO p. rii. DAY TT-TT' TTI Is The n For SO PATTERNS pair S9-71 Hotel St nr. Fort i of Popular The House ( By Latest U&i 11 S.N FRANCISCO. The will of the late Frederick W, Dohrmann, Sr., has been filed for probate by the executors, A. B. C. Dohrmann. F. W. Dohr mann, Jr and Mrs. Minna p. Pischel, his daughter. t Many be quests to friends, relatiTes and old em ployes of the Dohrmann interests are made, and a number of public institu tions and charities will be benefited by ic ine mree executors are me resi duary legatees and will inherit - th bulk of the estate, which is estimated to be worth $725,000. Other provisions are a follows: . To relatives and friends in Am erica and Europe....... $58,(iOO j To 360 old employes in the serv ice of the company from five to 38 years ................. 18,000 To public institutions and char ities, as follows: University of California, for as sisting members of the facul ty and their families ........ 5.(1)0 Associated Charities 3,0j00 Federation of Jewish Charities. 1,500 German General Benevolent So ciety ...... -. ........... . . 2.tt00 German Antenheim .......... . 1.0W0 German Ladies' Benevolent So ciety . . Mount St Joseph Orphanage Asylum ................. Pacific Hebrew: Orphan Asylum and Home . i . . . .. . . . . . . .... 1,0 San Francisco Protestant Or phan Society : - l.ClOO Maria Kip Ohpranage. . ........ San Francisco Nursery t for Homeless Children . . . . Youths Directory ..... . . . . . , . . Boys' and Girls' Aid Society of California ... Mary's Help Hospital. San Francisco Home for Incur- ables ... .. Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis.. In addition to these, annuities have been provided to run for 10 years amounting to $3000 a year. Mrs. Blanca W. Paulsen, a sister. Is mentioned in tne will as follows: "As my sister. Mrs. Blanca W. Faulsen. Is in comfortable financial circumstances, and has been, remembered by me in recognition of her services to me and my family during my lifetime, I do not further procvide for her at this time Tha halance of the estate, share and share alike, is divided among the three children, Mrs. 'Minna D. C. Dohrmann and- F. W. Pischel. A. B Dohrmann, Jr. Lit Havine lived for more than e&h century in the hearts of tne people as one of the, greatest stones ever told through the medium of the press, DulDit and staffe. "Uncle Tom's Cab in." with all the attendant thrills, its pathos and passages depicting great cruelty and injustice, ita unique ipp- sy, the intense exciiemeni w we chase by blood hounds; are to be again revived at; the presentation of the masterpiece at the Empire theater this afternoca and evening. C- Produced by a company of playprs Identified with one of the best organ izations In the business the drama will be an attraction In two parts. Educational jto a debtee are the se ries of Interesting $; pictures to be shown In connection jrwith the hand ling cf elephants in the Far East Under -the title of "Elephants at Work,? some excellent as well as In structive photography will be offered the patrons of this house. t Scenes taken from a great height the, operator stationed In a balloon and sailing majestically o ver a ' city Is another feature of the pipgrkm The Empire bUl will close drama, "Beyond All Law.' big the LAXATIVE FOR OLD PEOPLE "CASCARETS" Salts. Calomel and Pills act on J J Ter and Bowels like Pepper acts In Get a 10-cent box now. Most old people must give to the bowels some regular help, else jthey suffer from constipation. The condi tion is perfectly ; natural. It is just as natural as it is for old people to walk . slowly. For age Is never so active as youth. The muscles are less elastic. And the bowels are mus :les. So all old people need Cascarets. One might as well refuse to aid weak eyes with glasses as, to neglect this gentle aid to weak .bowels. The bowels . must be kept active.' Th s is Important at all ages, but never so much as at fifty. . , , . x. ;. Age is not a time for harsh physics. Youth may occasionally whip the bowels into activity. But a lash an't be used every day. What the bowels of the old need is a gentle and natur al tonic One that can be constantly used without harm. The only ; such tonic is Cascarets and they cost only 10 cents per-box at any drug store. They -work while you sleep. adver tisement. ;..' ..;:. ' ,' GARDEN ISLAND THIEF LIKES THE COFFEE SH OP For the second time in three months and the third time in a short While Lihue Coffee ; Shop was burglarized Dishes done pots all shining--- ana pa ns kitchen floor scrubbed furnitoe wi ped another -r-no housework left over for women us e Why don tALL WW : :i 1 Babbitt's can pound uieanser cleans scrubs polish es but- , scours. s purine No Acid No CautlQ scrub .ti. BABBITTS whole day away-l-use and get through arly I 'H-V.iiN I Distributors Leading Grocers Phone 1271 some time, during Saturday night merchandise were stolen.. A large The thief gained entrance in almost piece of pork was also taken, from the exactly the sanie manner as on tfce ice chest , ? ' v " former occasion. First he ran a bolt , It Is quite evident that the burglar into the staple of the door of the rear of a few months ago and the one of cottage occupied by the Chinese, thus . Saturday night are one and the same closing them Tn. Then with a brace man,- as the earmarks of the job are and bit he bored several holes into the almost identical, , ... back door until he located the hook, ' The proprietor of the shop thinks which he shoved up and loose from the the burglary was committed in the catch. The rest was easy. : I early hours of the morning, for the Investigation Sunday : morning reason that the place was cot closed showed that quite a quantity of canned until about 10:30 and it ,was some goods, cigsrs and other articles of : thing after that when the men had gone to bed.Garden Island. f DEATHS. POLT);K t : Queen llo.lt!, ... Ho .Iil i Pk v'M r 16 KM I. lnos V. Pollock, aged 46 years, a native of Scotland Fi:n.-ii services s 3 "r!Vk". iMi afteinoca from the j:i !-rtnW iulr loi s of 1 1. K. William. Fort Ktref t 9 O 9 ' - When some men think, they make a noise like a boiler shop. ' m HE Regatta Day is the .' t . r , . , - ' , ; ..." . - .V Logical Time iror WHITE HOES 3 We owe it to the occasion, to our climate, to JV our city and to our promotion workers to wear , white as much as possible. Also the many . beautiful and natty dresses make it almost ob ligatory to wear white shoes' to complete the Summer costume. Another reason for wearing White Shoes, ladies, is because of the many dainty designs we have in that line shoes that not only are comfortable and stylish, but tlfat also are emi- nently appropriate. Glance in our windows today and sec the Co lonial designs, with French-Cuban and Kidney Heelst the Opera and Strap Pumps; the Mary- . Jane And Baby-Doll Pumps; the Dixie Strap -Slippers and'the Garden Strap Slippers. -.y -: ALL IK WHITE CANVAS OR WHITE BUCK r f 1 MAKE A SELECTION EARLY, PLEASE; . t Mani! Shoe Store 1 1 A 1 1"