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The NOISELESS Typewriter Here AN UNQUALIFIED SUCCESS Comes with a record of perfect performance among many of the most prominent business institutions in the United States. READ THESE CREDENTIALS : Nov. 28 THE HAWAIIAN STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1911. American Locomotive Company The Noiseless Typewriter installed in this office some months ago has rendered eminent satisfaction. In fact, the Machine has surpassed our ex pectations. It is substantially built, turns out exceptional work and is an innovation in type writer service. (Signed) M. K. Jones. THE SHOW ROOMS: 14 QUEEN STREET. B WORLDS B II (Special mall report to The vwi icawiiuciiitc vi nwvciiiMvi u Two hundred men have been burled In a mine which caved In at Johannes burg, South Africa. Mme. Curie, of the University t Paris, who with her husband discov ered radium, has been awarded t.ho Nobel prize for chemistry. . Boss Murphy is1 losing his grip on the New York legislature. Ho put the county ticket through by less than 3500 votes. Mrs. Sarah Winchester, wife of the rifle manufacturer, has sold her home '. at Fair Oaks, near San Francisco, for $200,030. She is an ardent spirit ualist, and mediums informed her that to sell her house would mean her death. A band of repeaters were discov ered at Salt Lake City, and five men were arrested yesterday for trying to buy votes. An aviation meet Is being promoted In San Francisco to be held at the end of this month. French aviators are behind the scheme. Several of the San Francisco health officials who worked hard for the elec tion of Rolph are to be disciplined by McCarthy, who Is trying to get rid of them for "pernicious political activ ity." At the suggestion of the BrltUh minister at Lisbon, the new Portu guese government has decided to buy several warships and certain artil lery. Taft, In a pea'ce talk In Cincinnati, urged the fortification of the Panama canal, and both he and John Hays J E David Fleming was a returning pas senger by the S. S. Lurllne. arriving this morning." He has been on a hunt ing trip in the Rockies. J. P. Cooke and John Fleming went north some time ago and have since returned. They had some excellent hunting and fishing while away. Tho two last named fished and hunted feathered game on Vancouver Island for some weeks, enjoying good sport with rod and gun. Cooke then returned to Honolulu and Fleming, who was Joined by brother Dave in Portland, proceeded to Montana. The two sportsmen secured a cou ple of elk in tho foothills of the Rockies about a hundred miles west G By J. A. BRECKONS. (Special Correspondence of Tho Star) WASHINGTON, Nov. li. .Metallife rous mines of tho west are to be mado the subject of a strongly organized appeal for recognition during tho next congress by members from western states. When tho bureau of mines was authorized by tho last congress it was generally supposed that Its activities would cover all mines. When tho now bureau got down to work, however, It was found that activities FLEMnC HUNTING METALLIFEROUS MINE AG TAT N WATERHOUSE COMPANY, Star from San Francisco.) Hamond urged the ratification of the treaties between the United States and England and France. The Rev. Joseph Lambert, who married John Jacob Astor and Miss Force, has been obliged to .resign his office. He could not stand the ad verse criticism. The Anti-Mormon Society has pre sented the battleship Utah with a sil ver tray, .to be used with the ship's service instead of the one containing the head of Brigham Young. Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Gray has intimated that Canada will he given a free hand In matters concern ing the United States and Canada. Dr. Eliot, president emeritus of Harvard, has left for a tour of the world In the interests of the peace movement. The San Francisco Harbor Board has discovered three more wharves to be In such deplorable condition as to make' it necessary to condemn them. New York detectives have capturpd three expert forgers who are said to have robbed banks of $G00,000 within the last few years. Two hundred Italians died in a hard fought battle In Tripoli. Tho Turkish troops escaped with but nine teen killed. Darrell Hare, a note teller of the Wells-Fargo Nevada National Bank of San Fran'cisco. stole $3500 from the bank, which he lost In speculation. Portuguese colonists In West Africa have been massacred by the natives. The latter have revolted. The mud volcano which suddenly arose between the Islands of Trinidad and Venezuela a short time ago, is now reported as sinking of Helena. Their big game bag aho Included a mule deer buck. It was the wrong time of year for tho big-horn sheep, as the ewes were flocking by themselves and there were no heads In sight. Grouse and duck kept tho hunters busy with their breechloaders. John Fleming returned to Honolulu via San Francisco. He had a day or so with the ducks on the preserves of the Canvasback Club of Sacramento, accepting an invitation from a Dr. Atkinson who had met Fleming dur ing a visit to Hawaii. The elk heads were left In Helena to be mounted and when tho taxider mist has finished work on thorn they will bo forwarded here. were confined almost entirely to coal mines, and tho metalliferous proper ties wero little If any better off thnn beforo. Tho effort this winter will be to secure equal recognition for all mines In future, and it Is safo to say tho western membership will bo suffi ciently strong either to win out or defeat tho (appropriation altogether. By a peculiar wording of tho last ap propriation 1)111, tho director of tho Bureau of Mines found he was limit ed to coal mines In tho resouo jwork MOVED RUGGED MONTANA OWNERS FOR RECOGNITION Francis Manufacturing Company We have been using the Noiseless Type writer for the past six months. The noise of our old machine was a great annoyance in our office. The action of the Noiseless Typewriter is such an improvement, it is so beautifully made and works so well that we would not use the old kind of machine even though they were furnished us for nothing. (Signed) H. A. Francis, President. so successfully inaugurated by this bureau, and has been compelled to devote tho energies of his bureau to ward this work almost entirely dur ing tho past year. Westerners are de termined that the next appropriation measure shall provide for a like recog nition of the metalliferlous mines of the cpuntry, and will undoubtedly be successful. During the present congressional vacation, committees have been at work on tho metalliferous end of the mining Interests, and Dr. Holmes, chief of the bureau, has Interviewed many mining operators of this indus try. The result wi'l be the presenta tion to congress of the necessities of the metalliferous interests in a com prehensive and direct manner. result is sure to be of great benefit Kurope, a man accused of a crime is to both those who operate and areJconsiderej oy the law to be the very employed in precious metal mines of 'best witness to his own guilt or Inno the west. cence. In Encland and America the anta Glaus Letters Order At the approaching Christmas sea son letters addressed to Santa Clans will go neither to the waste basket nor the dead letter office. Charitable societies and individuals in good faith , offering to represent the mythical ben- efactor of children will be given an op portunity of dealing with this class of correspondence, which Is likely to increase, owing to the exploiting of Santa Claus letters in moving pic-, tures. Postmaster Pratt Is in receipt of the following dfder of tho postmaster general: Office of the Postmaster General, Washington, Nov. 1, 19U. Order No. 5874. Postmasters are authorized to de liver all letters arriving at their re spective postofflces between December 1C, 1911. and January 1, 1912, inclus ive, which are addressed plainly and unmistakably "Santa Claus," without any other terms or expressions iden tifying the person for whom such let- J"st bee announced. Is a great loss ters aro Intended, to responsible insti- to the foreign community In Toklo, tutions or individuals in the town or of which ho was a prominent moniber. city of address who may desiro to use He came to Japan in 1874 and had them exclusively for philanthropic been ejigaged in teaching and mis purposes. In the event that these let- sionary work. He was a man of broad ters are requested by moro than'ono and catholic spirit and was noted as such institution or Individual, tho post piaster shall distribute them in such proportion as ho may deem proper. FRANK H. HITCHCOCK, Postmaster General. CRIMINAL TRALS IN ITALY. , , . . . li e n,.or ... cu he trial of tho Camorrlsts at V terbo navo maue many people wonder If there is any system at all about crim inal trials, and If there is, what tho system Is like. There Is a system, and a very, simple one It Is, though utterly different from that which gov erns procedure In American or Eng lish courts, says an exchange. Tho trial takes place beforo three judges and a Jury, to which are added Can bo read FROM CRADLE TO a certain number of extra jurors who GRAVE by .one who understands how. are sworn and aro present in court to. Madam L. M. White is considered ono hear tho testimony, and aro held ready of tho very best llfo readers In Amer to take the place in tho Jury box of lea. Sho makes no mistakes. Sho Is any juror who may In the course of entirely different from all othors. By the trial bo Incapacitated, from fur-( her helpful advico you gain your de tlior service. Tho depositions of nil, sires. Just send your full name writ- the wltnosses have been taken In writ ing and signed beforo tho trial begins. Each of the Judges has a copy of these bofore him. The prosecutor and tho counsel for the accused furnish to tho court a list of the witnesses they de Blro called, and theso aro summoned all by tho court, which has powor to punish nonattendanc:. Tho first thing that happons whon Morning Cable Report (Continued from Page One.) LOS ANGELES, Nov. 15. Three jurymen for the J. B. McNamara trial have been ewom in for service and eight others have been accepted tem porarily. DENVER, Col., Nov. 15. Th.e Methodist congregations of this city have 'contributed a total of eleven thousand and forty dollars for missionary work in the Hawaiian Islands. PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 15. The steamship W. S. Porter yesterday rammed and sank the American schooner Westerner. Tho second mate of the schooner was hurt In the collision and was unable to keep himself afloat long enough to be rescued by tho Porter boats, which picked up the rest of the crew. the trial begins is the questioning of the accused by the presiding justice. Tneiln Italy, as in most of 'Continental accused need not testify unless he choose. In Italy he is the first and most important witness. Tho accused is allowed the widest scope In defending himself. He has a right to teld his own story in his own way, to offer anything ho can in the way of justification or palliation; oven heresay evidence is admissible. The judge has absolute discretion as to what testimony may be received and what excluded, and any judge who ex- ' ercised this discretion unfairly would ' be an obiect of execration. Bins on the nart of one Judge ,s I10BB,ljlo but tliere are always the other two Judges on the bench with him, and they are a perfect check against unfairness. When the accused has given his testimony- he is confronted personally wiui nis accuser, rne accuser is ne- cessarlly the principal witness against him. Strictly speaking, tho prisoner has no right to interrupt his accuser while the latter Is telling his story, but In practice the judge permits It, and the confrontation sometimes be comes a .three-cornered debate be tween accuser, accused and judge, the latter giving the accused the widest leeway to demonstrate his Innocence, DEATH CALLS FOREIGNER PROMINENT IN JAPAN TOKIO, Oct. 27. The death of Professor Arthur Lloyd, which has a scholar, attaining fame especially on account of his researches into, the historical relations between Buddhism and Christianity. Arthur Lloyd was born In England In 1852. Ha was ordained a priest and I then came to Japan as a missionary, . j u.,u.uu uiua, v.. ...a .www.. , be, connected Rt varloU8 tlnleB the Unlverslty. e was with the Imperial University, author of several books dealing with Japanese subjects. YOUR LIFE ten In your own hand, (Into and month of birth, a small piece of cloth cut from your own garment and handled by no ono but yourself. Sho will read your llfo liko an open book. Send ten cents to help cover cost of postr.ge and material. Your money back If ovory word Is not truo and satisfac tory. Address, Madamo L. M. White, box 53, Los Angles, Cal. William A. Rogers, Limited I am pleased to say that the Noiseless Type writer we have in use is behaving admirably and giving the very best satisfaction. Our stenographer is delighted with it. (Signed) W. A. Jameson, General Supt. LTD. OFFICE STAN GEN WALD BUILDING To Assist Dr. R. Blue Dr. G. W. McCoy, a noted authority on sanitation, who arrived in the Lur llne today, comes to assist Dr. Rupert Blue in a thorough Hawaiian house cleaning. "When the government completes the work contemplated in the islands," tho San Fran'cisco Examiner re marks, "it is said there will be no further danger of an epidemic of any sort. As no new case of yellow -fever has developed since the case which originated on board tho Hongkong Maru, it is hoped that danger of an epidemic Is past. Ono of the first things to be done, it is said, will he the complete elimination of all stag nant pools of water which may breed disease germs. Dr. McCoy Is accom panied by ills family. It is said that the work to be done will not bo com pleted for several months." SECOND MAIL POUCH WITH $20,000 STOLEN GREENSBORO. (N. C), Nov. C That a United States mail pouch routed from Raleigh to New York and containing $20,000 disappeared two weeks ago in a manner similar'to tho recently reported $20,000 theft of a pouch at Lynchburg, Va., became known here today. Beyond admitting the loss of the packago, officials re fuse to discuss the matter. It Is declared unofficially that' the pouch disappeared after being receiv ed by a mall clerk on a north-hound train passing here, and that tho clerk in whose custody it was placed haa been suspended from tho service pending an investigation. NOT WHAT SHE SAID. As a young lady attired in n neat blue suit entered a Vliet street car a man, his head burled in a newspaper. arose and offcrod his scat. With a curt nod tho young woman accepted, and as soon as she had composed her self sho becamo diligently interested In tho contents of her shopping bag, In spite of his apparent abstraction, the man with tho newspaper eyed her furtivol1 for a moment. Then, speak ing hurriedly, he said: "I bog pardon, what is it; what did you say?" Tho young woman lifted her eyes, and seeing that she was addressed, sho answerod coolly: "I said nothing, sir." "Bog pardon, bog pardon," -svas the absent-minded answer. "I thought you said, 'Thank you.' " Milwaukee Kreo Press, M. E. Sllva's Hupmobllo will mnko an all-day Island trip with party of three, at $0.00 each, and tho now Stovons, soven-pnssongor touring car, at $5.00 each. Get your party together and call up Sllva's Auto Stand, back of Park theator on Chaplain St. Phono 1179. 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