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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY. AUGUST 11 1916.
Territorial MARKETING DIVISION
Maunakea St, Near Queen , Telephone 1840
Choice prime rib roast beef . . . .. . . . . ... ...... 18c
Juicy porterhouse steaks ..... ... . . . . . .20c
Prime sirloin and tenderloin steaks. ... . . ,17c to 18c -
Choice brisket corned beef ... ...... ...... i .12 l-2c
Island roast pork - . . . .... . . . . .". . ..... .:20c
Homej made Cambridge pork sausage .... . . . . 20c
Bananas, per bunch. . . ........ . . . . . .15c to 25c
Melons, icr pound ....... : . . . ......... . . 34)
Peanuts, per pound . ... 3cv
' A!! Kinds of Sausage at Reasonable Prices. - ;
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.": FRESH SANTA ROSA
Delivery Every' Way Every Day;
CHUN HOON '." ..
Kekaulike, Nr. Queen Phone 3992
Y. TAKAKUWA &C0.
. .- Limited . ' . '
NAMCO" CRABS, packed in
Sanitary Cans, wood lined..
Nuuanu St, Near King St.
Retail and Wholesale
Territorial Marketing Division ; ,
Maunakea, Nr. Queen Phone 1840
Parker Ranch Beef
Delicatessen of Quality
Metrpolitan Meat Market
' ' 5on Alakea and Beretania ,
, Phone 1104
rENDEEEST, JUICIEST MEAT IN HONOLULU
.. Finest ranch
: y products, J
45 c doz. .
; ; i v "UAILEV CREAMERY BUTTER : ; ,
Pull line of vegetables, onions, carrots, cabbage,
.'V-'- lettuce, corn, etc.-;-;' ' ; .CV'-U
FRESH FISH EVERY DAY
' Visit us tomorrow or Phone 1104
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"The Pure Juice of the Fruit"
Just the thing for your Sunday Dinner, It will quench your thirst, stimulate
your appetite and aid your digestion. Nothing could give a daintier or more. colorful
touch to your table than this popular, sparkling drink.
The absolute purity and The real fresh fruit
freedom from preserva- qualities of Pheasant Lo-
tives of any kind insures ' ganberry Juice make it
. , . , - snappy and satisfying to
only beneficial effects. the most delicate palate.
.Juice has a touch of that
frtht acid which most sys
tems craved: C
IF YOU WANT THE BEST -ORDER PHEASANT BRAND
4b 4b .,
then you'll be sure of getting the one really first-class
New Zealand Butter. !
For Sale at.allTwIarkets and Grocers
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S!aasT Delicious Candy after dinner
Get a Box at i t
BENSON, SMITH! &: CO. v ,
- " Tomorrow ana iess
Rich Crisco Cakes Without
. Butter Expense
Perhaps you believe that nothing but
expensive butter will do for cake mak
ing? Perhaps the high price of butter
and eggs makes you hesitate to make
But with Crisco you can produce as
excellent a cake as with the finest but
ter. Your Crisco cake will also stay
fresh and moist longer. This is being
proved every day in thousands of
homes. Try the above recipe. There
are several rich Crisco cakes which
may ;be made for twenty-five cents
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CLARK HEIR QF
HIS LATE WIFE
Ancient - Dispute Over Settle-
ment of Estate Decided;
J Probate Judge Sustained ;
Sustaining the opinion of the Judge
of the probate court, the supreme
urt, in a decision handed down today,-
affirms the decree holding that
Henry NY Clark la the sole heir to
the property of the late Alexandrina
Lelhulu Clark, his former wife, thus
settling a dispute hich has been
pending In local courts for nearly two
yeara." Y.'.V-" . : 4
The case went to the supreme court
en an appeal from 'a decree dlstrlbnt-
Eyes inflamwl by expo-
V ' - icklyreheiredbylliinM
' V-1 jit Eye Comfort. At
Voir Drufi 50c pet fy1'1?
OrWeisti or Hartae tje Ccseaj U., Oia.9
Ing the property of Mrs. Clark. , In
its decision trie supreme court says:
"Alexandrina Leihulu Clark, a resi
dent of Honolulu, died intestate on
Alarch. 23, 1914, leaving no children,
or father or mother, or brother or sis
ter, or nephew or niece. Her estate
was duly administered upon and, upon
the petition of the administrator, for
the allowance of his final accounts,
distribution and discharge, this con
troversy arose. ; ,
Appellee, Henry N. Clark, to w hom
was ordered distributed the personal
property of the estate, claims to have
been the husband of. Alexandrina
Claik at the time of her death and as
tuch the sole heir at law of such In
testate. "This claim was disputed by sever
al perscr.8 In the court below, among
other,- David Uv K. Maikal, who, with
his biotaer, Samuel I. Maikai, since
deceased, claimed that they were the
nearest surviving next of kin of said
estate aud as such entitled to-all of
the property of said estate; that Hen
ry X. ClarKwas never legally mar
ried to Alexandrina Clark, because he
was , never 'legally divorced from his
first wife, generally known as Mrs.
Dreier, '; and because intestate " was
never legally divorced from her first
husband, one Morris Keohokalole.
Thus it will be seen that the sole
que8ticn- presented for . cur considera
tion and determination is whether or
net. at the time of the death of Mrs.
Clark, Henry N Clark was her hus
band, frr if .he wa it is conceded that
under the facts in this case and under
the la wi of the territory, he Is enti
tled, as sole lieir 'at law, to inherit
all of the property tf said decedent."
In conclusion the decision says:
v'It follows from "what has been said
In our opinion the marriage of Henry
N. Clark to Intestate was a valid mar
riage and her. husband became and
was her sole heir at law."
" The court also holds that where a
decree In a suit for divorce is vacat
ed because 30 days had not elapsed
after the completion of service of
summons oh the libelee, it is proper
for the court to treat the'suit as still
pending and re-try the same, after the
expiration of the 30 days limited by
statute, upon th'e evidence then ad
HEROINE OF LOOS GETS
BRITISH MEDAL FOR BRAVER.
' PARIS, France.- At ' a special cere
mony in the British embassy here
Emilienne Moreau, "the heroine ci
Loos," aed 18, was presented by Am
bassador Bertie with the British medal
for bravery on the field of battle and
at the personal request of General Sir
Douglas Halg, commander-in-chief of
the British forces in France, with the
Order of St John of Jerusalem.
Miss Moreau already has the French
war cross. v
The decorations are in recognition
fo the girl's conduct during the fight
ing at Loos, when she refused shelter
in a cave and for twenty-four hours
tended the wounded under fire.
Contrivance . That Distributes
Trade Checks With Gum is
Termed Lottery v
Sustaining a decision of Circuit
Judge Ashford. the supreme court has
found that A. W. Beeson, by operating
a slot machine, was conducting and
maintaining a .'lottery Beeson recent
ly was adjudged guilty in Judge Ash
ford's court and fined. He appealed
In giving its reason's for the decision
the supreme court says:
"Defendant conducted a slot ma
chine whereby each nickel played. into.'
It brought the player a package of
gum; and at irregular and uncertain
timea dropped into a cup for the play
er trade checks redeemable in mer
chandise at fie cents each and- in
multiples of two, the maximum numr
ber of trade checks which might be
received being 20; the machine is so
arranged that each operation . shows
just what the succeeding one will dis
tribute ; by " a series of operations the
player may; or may not receive trade
checks exceeding in' value the amount
of money , which he deposits.
"Held, that the distribution of mer
chandise other than the gum involves
the element of chance and is a lottery j
, within the meaning of sections 4169,
4170, revised Jaws"
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Wipe the furniture off occasionally
with a cloth dipped in linseed oil.
116,0CO SOLDIERS OF FRANCE
DISCHARGED AS TUBERCULAR.
NEW YORK, N". Y. Tuberculosis
has caused the discharged of 116,000
soldiers from the French army up to
April 1 of this yearr according to
figures brought here by William P.
Hollingworth. vice-president of the
American War, Relief Clearing" house
for France and her - allies. HolIings-:
worth, who has juct returned from
Paris, said that he received this In
formation from the French govern:
ment. :- ' , . J'J
Closing v out , all crockery,
dishcst glassware, etc.
SAM YUAN KEE
For a few days only, all
flowers and plants will be
offered at. greatly reduced
prices. ; ; . "'
So. King St., near Alapai
.Sitting by appoTntment
424 BereUnia SL .
HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DRAYING CO., LTD.
PHONE 4981 J. J. BELSER, Manager.
STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH QUEEN ST.