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HOOLTTLtr.STAlf-BtTtLETINr: T :.TGESDJlYSEPTEaipER.; 1914.
11 The little Home Chats . Every marked man bag a lit tle ccne like the above very young man sets in the same po , sitlon only differently sbrae ' time the scene is changed and there la little hair-pulling , match on the aide. Talking things over in the home is a Itreat balance whteer In ,; the daily routine, and in the confer ence at home hen the subject of clothing is brought up we want you Xn know Hbat we are strong on clothing for business men, and for men who earn their living by the-sweat of their . brow. AND THEY ARE THE . siMon print: article in THE LINE OF REAL.JMEN IN .THIS LIFE. . When we open our new store 7e will carry gar ments for those who attend soc ial functions Full , Dress and - Tuxedo Suits bat just now we are hammering away fon the fll.63 suits, the ones with THE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE, 'and, the. rebuilding sale wllj . come to an end soon. Watch us grow and develop. Attend the Closing days of this itreat sale at ;TLe Lid del Clothiers .fclalsdcll Hotel Bids- Fort St There- Willie, the ofice boy, '.' General Electric The Best Made ; Prices Right i:. 12.SILVA. The most -economical ? table or Hanging lamp kaownbutns only one gallon of kerosene in sixty (60) hours.- No odor, ho srnoke, and no wick tojxlm;. gives, three-hundred (200) cradle-power. " For-sale at my office, Kukui and Nuuanu Sfs. Phone 1179. CLAPJON. ' ... Ajsncy for . PHOENIX HOSE TEXTBOOKS And Ail Other School Supplies ARLEIGH'S A. . N. . SANt?ORD OPTICIAN Boston Eldg., fort St, over May & Cov ATKINSON . STEAK Something Good. - Metropolitan Meat Markst Phone 3445 . DISTILLED WATER "HireV Pure Fruit Flavors, st CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER WORKS CO., LTD. COX Fort L ; Fhoae 2171 . "You npver larph, Myrtle. . Ton seems to have no sense of humor. "Mr Goaf, It's not my numor, It's my , ' - .. r't , ' . J: for the White Bedroom TN a cream or a white bedroom most women have the idea that nothln but white, pink or blue covers win do far the dresser, chiffonier and bL This 1 a mistake. To have the ed room covers la white when the roD itself Is enameled In white Is to sulQ too room characterless, wlwreca) iO fpat a color inte tt at once rtveo It a Brsonsiltr. t A decorator noted for his artistic taste Insets; thai many of the X7hlte enameled rooms, which he plana shall have covers of ecru or dep cream. Eep cream is preferable. ; The con trast of this rich tone against the white of the room is most effective. Evn if the furniture and woodwork be In eream the cream or ecru of the lace blends In with it beautifully and yet ooes not have the characterless effect of dead white or cream with white covers. ' ; . ; For this purpose nothinr Is better than the imitation fillet Quarts of lace. These com by the yard, already Join led. They will not be wide enou-h. boaxver. to make the cover, so tht two Strips will bare to be joined. The joining is made ornamental by a piece of cluny or torchon lace of the Mini bade as the fillet lace. It will take two or three of these fillet strips joined, iccording to the sizes of the squares. When the strips have been so joined with the lace and An oblong has been formed edge the covers about the edr lag to match the insertion. To make the bedroom set complete there should be a bedspread and plllowshams or. if one of those hollow roll ; bolsters Is used, a. bolster throw for it' Under these lace covers in every Instance should be white or cream color foun Crocheted Novelties for the Boudoir . 'XiA i -.r. yr.;;,. -i - O TuNT baskets of white crocheted cotton fcr favors are lllitstratec rr. 'On i is trimmed with silk and lace and holds a Dowcr nufti swa-J: vuntaln.- Ismail manicure Imslementa: tka tnird The governor granted paroles to I seven prisoners this morning, ast folr lows: :.V,V- :- Leonardo lansano, convicted in the third circuit court InNovembef, 1918, of assauli and battery with a deadly weapon, and sentenced to a term oi 1 to 5 years imprisonment Gregorio Doran, convicted In . the fdth circuit court in November, 1913, of assault and battery with a weapon and sentenced to T to 5 years. John F. Dates, convicted In the first?. circuit court in October, 1913, of sec- from 2 years 6 months to. 20 years' imprisonment ' V ' ; -, ; Jun Cortes, convicted In the fifth circuit court, of assault and battery 4 x"M,wioi5 - with a weapon, in November, 1913; and sentenced to 1 to 5. years. ; Andre Samson, convicted, thoj fifth circuit 001' in September, 1912, of robbery-and sentenced to 2'to 10 years.- .. - - Domingo Piola, convicted in th fifth, circuit court, in November, 1913, of assault and battery with a weapon and sentenced to 1 to 5 years. ; Ellas Milo, convicted in . the fourth circuit court in Decern oer, 1913, of sec ond degree burgUry and sentenced to 6 months to 10 years: According to union officials the dis missal of J. R. Tillman, a conductor of the St Louis Southwestern Rail way, may bring about a ; strike : of nearly 2000 employes. i K : Economy of production and strength of product are claimed for a Detroit Inventor's machine which forms steel tubing from ribbons of the metal and welds the seams. : . " - r , 'NORMAN" The NEWEST- COLLAR. 2for2Secau; SEvEPl PRISONERS iFASI ORAWTED PAROLES by gov. mm dations. If cream color is desired a: cream batiste or cambric can be nsedJ j The lace covers can be simply laid, j upon these foundations or basted to them. ' - : . ' ' -'j . If expense la no object real fiUet and j real cluny, lace may be used, but tf it is necessary to economise you win find. tnat Imitation flUet Joined with imita-. tlcn chiny lace or torchon la cluny: de algBlsery effective.. . :'!' iivj " FOR A GUESSING CONTEST. CHIIERB are many flower courtships,' I but here is one that may be new to yon. It "war new to the guests at a porca pany, wtere qkowiu i and not to divulge any of the proceed sisted of garden flowers. 'where nas-1 ing;s wilj answer only when Ordered turtium sandwiches and floet decked jt . g) by tne court" salad were served and where tne prizes for the various winners in the guessing contests were lovely bunches) of flo-'eri from the hostess garden. -The answers to the questions are all wers. , Here are the questions: What Is the maiden's name and the color of her hair? Marigold. Who Is her favorite brother? Sweet William. . . '-:; .' What dees her brother like to do in inter? Snowball. At what hour does her brother wake h-r fat' "f Four O'clock. What ; does the father administer punlstm t with? Goldenrod. What does the brother do then? Balsam. ' - - v..';rv-; What re her father's name and .office in the Presbyterian church? Klder- berry. . What Is her sister's name and the color of her eyes? Black Eyed Susan. What is her lover's name, and what does he write with? JonqulL U a iewinir biikfct. v, -' ik lite :.ais Just back , from abroad; Charles Kurzman, head of a New York fash ion Bouse", was Interviewed by a New York Tribune representative . as to what the correct dress will ' be this winter. Mr. Kurzman said in part: "Black and iwhiie wjlll be the lead ing colofs, and sombre tete negre and navy blue will follow them. There will be no vogue for gay colors this season, I am certain -s that neither here nor abroad will, anything but Thn,orfAi -i h-vl wi.! fashion for another three months. And this year which is like no other In the history of the business and the - . 7n " hmKnrrt :I - - m dotufes early August Importa ftions will remain In authority for six months, maybe 12v s ; . : ; . . "Where, our materials will come from, whether more will be imported or what American-made cloths will be used, we don't know. Nobody knows. In blouses, crepe is still supreme. Elab orate and simple, the correct models closely adhere to the single material. "For the moment there is no style. I can only repeat: these models will 1 hold j sway for a long time and the changes will be Initiated In modify ing them,"not in competing with them. Style, j-ou know, isn't like other things. It does" not appear. It has to be ar rived at - V..,- - "It is noticeable that all fabrics are plain. No polka dots, little figured ma terial of any sort, no stripes or plaids nor patterned brocades are In favor- In the face of all this, Mr. Kurzman went on to talk of the models he has imported from the pre-opening selec tion. Almost all of them are white. A model . ,ln white beige-gabadine shows the long double tunic with plait ed godet To the right of the center of the skirt are close rows of buttons. The jacket is one of the " few short models, - and Is distinguished by the accordion plaiting over the hips. -The collar of the jacket is set; high in the back.: and the lapel effect " is got from the wide turned back front The . hat worn . with this costume, was simply trimmed In white ostrich, de pending for its chic appeal on the slant at which it is worn and the .trailing ostrich' in the back. : . . - Another! model is i of ., white broad cloth, cut . Russian blouse land hedged j with a four-inch band of ermine, above t which on one side is a pocket The underskirt ; was of ' accordion : ! plaited fine faille.- The belt was of four fold- ed box plait. A white, fur hat wKh i white peacock feather rising from the I center of the turban's back was wbWr wijth this costume. HP iinlliEvsi hi iviuiuiuruu - BATTLE I THE (Continued from page one) jury I swore to tell the truth, the , whole truth and nothing but the truth. Judge Whitney then told Mr. Thomp son that he. might answer the ques tions. ;, ' Thompson on Stand. City and County Attorney J. W. Cathcart then proceeded to ask Mr. Thompson whetner he had made cer tain statements to the grand jury, the questions being based on testimony given by Mr." Thompson yesterday morning. - "Did you testify before the federal grand jury that you hid heard McBride say, in response to Mr. McCain's first statement, 'I am responsible for any thing that I say inside of court or out side?'" asked Mr. Cathcart "I did," replied Mr. Thompson. "Did you testify that you heard Mc Bride call Mr. McCarn a cripple V, T have no distinct recollection of it I can't say,' was the witness answer. -Did yen testify that McBride had a satchel in his right hand, and that he changed it to his left hand, whirled around and put it on a chair?" asked Mr. Cathcart - '! did," same the answer, coupled with an objection by. the derense. "I have a right to show if this wit ness told the same things to the grand jury as he has told here," said Cath cart. ' ' The prosecution then asked the wit ness a question regarding an assault which he had testified to yesterday." Jeff McCarn jumped to his feet "We object to that if the court please," he said. : "Thia witness did net testify to any assault" - Mr. Thompson was on the stand un til 10:05 o'clock. Mrs. Thompson a Witness. Mrs. J. W. -Thompson, wife of the assistant district attorney, was the next witness -to be called by the de fense. Her version of the affair was given in a straightforward manner, and examination both by defense and prcBecution was brief. ' ; She testified that shortly after 4 o'clock on the afternoon of the affair she had gone' Id her husband's office in the federal building with a Mrs. Cooper, following a mission meeting in Central Union church. While sit ting there, she'- said. "Mr. McCarn passed through to his own office, speaking pleasantly to the women. She said that a few minutes later Mr. McCarn again passed through the rocm and out Irito- the hall. Mr. Thomp son entering tne room- as the district attorney leftlt- V J : r Shortly after I heard McCarn say. McBride,l am not going to stand for your Insults anyjohger, or something like that"; she said. : I then heard whom I suppose was Mr. McBride answen responsible tor what 1 say in court or out of court : Mrs. Thompson 1 further testified that she heard McBride call McCarn a cripple,- and that Mc Carnthen addressed McBride In even mere violent language. She described McCarn's tone of voice as. being "em phatic." ; - V'-: ."..: :. :::' The - witness said that she heard a blow delivered, hut that she saw noth ing. She said that she "Insisted upon Mr. Thompson's running." Murphy Tells of ".Word.War.' V Augustus -tJ. Murphy, clerk of .the federal court, was the nexi witness called by the defense. In direct ex amination, he Iwas asked to tell his version of the "word war? which oc curred between McBride and McCarn. inT the federal courtroom during the Sylvester trial, prior to the "affair" in the hallway , on the second floor." Thfs question called for; atrenuous objection on the part of. the prosecu tion, it being stated that such a matter was too remote td be material, in the case. More tha? an hour was spent in argument: durfhg r-Ici time Mc Carn spoke at length, affd rai.:' en gaged in a word tilt with Attorney L. Andrews. Judge Whitney took the matter Under advisement at noon, And will render a decision in the morning. ' The trial will ".he '? continued at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. ; DAILY; REMlNDEftS ' If you haven't had a chance to see the beauty of the ."Shaded Grecian" style of engraving for cards, etc ask Wichmah &. Co. to show you samples. Green's Corn Remedy,-sold by Ben son, Smith & Ca, Ltd., Hotel and Fbrt streets, is said ta be infallible. Also that two hlzs invested in it- and the preparation used as directed, will bring dollars' worth of comfort Good time to buy Camation Milk at Henry May & Co., Ltd., tomorrow. Three ten-cenU cans for a quarter. Also there are three other reduced items In the regular Wednesday Spe cials li.8t . Turn to May's ad in an- ' other place and see the reductions. Just . think cf the host of friends that enter your home. when your have a Victrola. With every' Victor record a new and friendly musician or singer ccines to greet you and keep ; lone semen ess away. If you haven't a Victrola the"5 Bergstrom Music f Co., Ltd: is a good firm, to get acquainted with. . I .'.- v.. -I- tm't" Democrats to Meet: , John H. . Wilson, appointed Demo cratis . campaign manager some days ago, will meet with party leaders and candidates tomorrow evening on the roof garden of Odd Fallows hall. The meeting isi for a discussion of cam- paign plana . One of the plans dis cussed is that of an advisory council of eight men. four from ech renre3en tative district. . CITES T0U . TODirS JfETVS TODAY v Carnation Milk . ... . . . . . . . .IJegnlar Price 10c tin. . . . ,;. .SPKOIAI AT 3 for 25c Chick Foea . . . J . : . . : . . . . t . Kegnlar tVicc, ov lb.. . . . . . . . '.SPK(?IAL AT-2 l-2c lb. Albert Biscuits, No. 1 tin . . . .Keilar Price, 40c . . . . . . . ..SPKCIAL AT 25c ' , Chocolate Eclairs i...Kegular Price, 1(K. . . ....... .SPKCIAL AT 3 for 25c HENRY MAY & CO., LTD. Turn the Uttle disc to 1-2-7-1 Two Good Formulas for Hen Feed SATISFACTORY RESULTS REPORTED AFTER USING THESE TWO FEEDS SHOW THAT THE V 4 PROPORTIONS ARE ABOUT CORRECT. SCRATCH FEEb Per- 1 - centage - bracked corn ... ........ 35 .' White clipped oats 20 Kafir ....... . 10 Buckwheat . . .. . . . ... L .. . 10 Sunflower seed .......... . Vz . OFFICERS SAVE LIFE OF SOLDIER; IS STORY FROM DISTANT POST Another narrow 'escape from death of a soldier-mountaineer is reported from Schofleld Barracks - Ldst Thursday Private John D. Schoenberg, Troop H; 4th Cavalry, had a fall while hunting in the Waia nae range, lodging on a narrow ledge about 150 feet below the top of a cliff. The scldler was severely injured and his companion was unable to get to him. Going back over the trail this companion ; met Lieutenants S. W. Cook and 1L A- Flint, 4th Cavalry, who were on a hunting expedition; These officers made a line out cj picket ropes bv .which Flint was lowered. - It fell Just short of the injured'man, but Flint rpmafnprt irt IiIr' .nerilous .oositkm wlrfle Ocoke Wnt (lowh'th'e motntain for more rone. Private Pelhand, also of Troop H, remained at the other end of the rope at considerable personal danger. Whenmore rope was avail able Lieutenant Flint placed th Iide around the injured man and gave the signal for him to be hauled to the top of the cliff.' The officer then followed. H P, Mahaulu who' aDDealed from the verdict of the district court at Wafnlna. " rpltprated . his -, innocence when arraigned before Judge Ashford this morning. He is accused or as sault and battery. Through his cotm- seL S. F. Chillingworth, 'he waived jury trial and the hearing was set for 9 o clock next Saturday morning, uc tober 3. r . ; . - ;'?iv Second Lieutenant Slatthew A. .Pa- len of the 25th Infantry has filed an application In the supreme court for license to practise- lav in the district and circuit courts of the territory. - THOUGHT SHE COULD MOT LIVE Restored io'Heaitli by Lydla u E. Pihkhain's Vegetable Compound. ; . TJrionville,: Mdi. J suffered from a female trouble and I got so weak that I could hardly Wr'k across the floor with- oat holding' on to something. I had nervous spells and my fingers won Id cramp and my face would draw, and I could not speak, nor sleep to do any good, had no appetite, and everyone thought I would not live. Some one advised me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I had taken so much medicine and my doctor said he could do me no good so I told my husband he might get me a bottle and I would try it By the time I had taken it I felt better. , I continued its use, and now I am well and strong. 'I have always recommended your medicine ever since I was so wonder fully benefitted by it and I hope thi letter wil be the means of saving soma other poor woman irom suffering." Ir& MABTfiA SAvet, Box 1144 , TJnionville, Missouri. . The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound havethousands of such letters as that above they tell the troth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. . This mebV idneis no stranger it has stood the test for years. v If there are any complication jon de not. understand write to Lydia E. Plakham Hedieine Co. (confidential) LynnySass. Tear letter wiU be opened, read and answered by a woman and held in' strict cnzlizztw . TRADE AT MAY'S; IT PAYS MASH Per centage Bran 20 Middlings ....V. 20 Ground oats ........ 20 . Cornmeal .. ................ . , . ... 10 Gluten feed .......V.;.... 10 Beef scrap .., 9 Alfalfa meal . . I .... . . ... ........ . 9 Silt v.,...;.;..............,.... 1 Charcoal . . . .... . . . ;. ..... .. 1 CALIFORNIA FEED CO., LTD. Cor. Alakea and Queen Streets. Phone 2S00 On account of Stock Takr mg, we will be closed all day Wednesday, Sept. 30 .111! -1. -CH v..: iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Insurahce Service -' Are you perfectly satisfied with the insurance you are carrying and v do you know adapted to your requirements the amount : of it, the manner in which it is placed, the premiums you pay. ' . . ' ' ..' , We specialize on personal service exactly adapted to the individual reciuirements of each customer. . Consultations invited. - .' HAWAIIAN - CAPITAL (FULLY mmm W. W. DIIIOIID Si CO., Ltd. The House of Housewares ; S&Dir))) :. . ----- whether it is correctly TWST.C0m PAID) $ 200,00022 , I PRACTICAL Kitchen Cabinet It Saves Steps WOMEN ARE ON THEIR FEET TOO MUCH, IM PAIRING THEIR HEALTH AND LOOKS. THIS CABINET ANNIHI LATES KITCHEN DRUD GERY. -: PRICE $33.50 , 63-C3 KIn3 Zt, ll:r..: C3 .