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HONOLULU STAR BULLET I X,-S AT'UR DAY, J ULY 6, 19 1 2
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' ' ' If
K C Baking; Powder works
like magic. Recipes for
considered difficult to b
now come out of the ov
light, dainty and deli
cious. It fairly makes
you hungry to look at
them.
CAKING
FOVDin
Is the housewife's
best friend, lighten
ing her burdens as
well as the food.
Wherever K C is used
5ou will find healthy,
liappy families and a con
ten ted housewife. Com
plies with all pure food laws
both State and National.
Jztiucs Mfg. Co., Chicago
Special
V. :
For tlio 4th
c ir 5i
l '""II
1 1 II x y
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MILLINER '
N'UUANU STREET, ABOVE KINO
.r
' re tVit choice of th exclusiva man for
Attf m$ from '
. .ie Ori
G1 KING STREETNEXT TO ADVERTISER-OFFICE.
.'::;2r To Sail For
" Home July 24th
Secretary Paul Super of the Y. M.
C. A. will sail for Honolulu on the Lur
l!ne July 24, according to a letter re-
cived yesterday by A. E. Larimer, act
in:; general sectary. In this letter
which was written in Cleveland, Ohio,
tl.e general secretary gives a detailed
recount of his trip tnd; outlined his
;ture plar,?. -.:
1 While in Cleveland, Super met Mey
er Blumfield, the vocational guidance
expert and in this connection he men
tions that he is attempting to persuade
riumfield to come to Honolulu some
! I me next- year to lecture before the
."ocial Survey. -. - :
From CJevelano'. the general tecre
:ary Intended to go to the Lake Ge
neve Conference which is In session
from June 26 to July 10. He expect
to attend teh school of city cdminis
iratlon work conducted by the lead
irs metropolitan secretarira of the Y.
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Sale of '
no. - 9
of July Trade
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sumrr;er wear.
,
Big stock of varied
M. C. A. and will then leave for Chi
cago. ' .
Super will start for San Francisco
in time to catch the Lurline on July
24 and, will arrive here July 31.
PASTOR FELMY'S FLOCK
' TO BID HIM FAREWELL
Pastor W. Felmy of the German
Lutheran . church will be tendered ; a
reception at K. cf P. hall this even
ing by the Germans of the commun
ity who are taking this means of bid
ding farewell to their minister, who
is leaving for Germany after many
years of service in this city.
The program will include several
musical numbers" rendered by friends
and by the choir. . ,
-A. C." Montgomery, steward of the
Pacific Club, has acquired the lease of
the Wailana hotel, Jformerly the Hau
Tree, at Waikikl Beach, from J. A.
Palmer of the Hotel Courtland. The
lease runs for thirty months. Mr.
Montgomery has cabled to ,the main
land for a chef,,and will make the
kitchen the feature of the new house.
A
v
I Greps Goods Co
A Woman Owning Even a
Single Piece of
COMMQNITy
va3 not be liappy unhl she has a fall set of this beau
tifj plated ware. We have a'fu3 line in Lhe "Ava
lon and Flowcr-dc-Luce patterns.
V Every pkee d Community Silver v plated heavier
lVjj triple l nd wiil weor a fi etr.ri. ..
W. W. Dimond & Co.,
King Street, Honolulu
RAISING
THE : WIND
Dr M QUAD
Opyrtjht. I9t. by AMciatcd
;.. ' erary Prrss. ' . .
IJt-
At fitly yeac of hgv and after work
Ins hard for thirty of tbem Anio
Krhrrtnerhorn found himself worth tea
Mr. Sohermerborn had nerer spent
much time, thinking awl planning of
tiling auiiKidr hi da II J work. waa
a vjiriwiirei. and that arttled'thaL lie j Korea passengers:, have Cy. Trans
en u id eoiii $JA) iwr.Uaf . when be hild fer Co. handle your baggage Person-
H-ork. and that nettled that. Ue never ; al attention given to sealing1 baggage. j
iu,, biuwir to have dreams of) Bicycle Supplies and i Repatrtng Koy
It wrfl for." 'wuw, fw. . ms; iwius.;
I ernapa was.ior . cifv, u.i c. s
i i hum rHsiMMi and
becnw be waa no
irtlkrt- nml didn't mix up with politics
that
he cttiiu . to be looked upon' aa a
milier dull man.
On LIm firtletb birthday tb carpen
ir. U'lug out of work, sauntered off
lutu tbV woods and sat down to have
i) in ttrt real think. Bard. work was
nirpiidy beginning to tell on him, and
afrer.atj.mt (Ire yen m more what was
to inc ome uf himlr He .waa frightened
at ' te f bought, v When Aie could no
iriur earn wiiih it riiust be the poor
tMMiMe for blm. an be hml no relatives
to tieiHiliu out For tiiree long boura
Auhm kept IjIh bnilnn nt work; and as
he winked b k to the village -iieople
not ! I a rli.mgeHi lUm. AjtJ'eufon
Itiker nflerward remafkeU:
"Wlij, : tie tokn ail altogether, dif
ferelit iikiii to lire, aiKj lie talked flxbt
up hm briKk mm a Ibrutuu: rod uinn.
ruiitdn I help Intt, , AVonuer It
lounrt a tlolbir In fiii nuid." ,f
be nd
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his lii a atriH and lien.IeU
a vlll;ie thirty uiiiei nway. 4ir -nter ;
ed It
Iteell
on, the rie.-oiid dii.v There luid
two or three nveiit rllerlen.
jiiiil I he tnif tables were oil the alert.
A iniu from tjle vjilage and dirertly
in front of a farmerV luini Amos wit
down to rwt. "The . farnir saw bini
niid came out, and asked quest tous'aind
( riirailVi ordered til in to lunve. ou aud
lieiNd him with a kick. He did more,
lie "folio wed' 1b wayfaref Into the vll
inge" and orotel him out as a us
ii lon Krsou nud had blin arrested.
Amos made i)5 kirk nud was arraign-,
ed, oiivicted aiaJ sent i Jail , tor thirty
day : with great celrify. The
c-ou'
Ktable slapped mmth wheh Vbe(
stalled torprotest. i he. Judge, said be
looked like an unhung villain, nud tbe
jailer (dammed him into a veil with o
niu'h violence that be . wnsi thrown
down and had a linger broken. ,
Amos i cbermertiorti en"ed hlRtbirty
days' In-Jail aiid- wa then warned to
ieare town within, half an hour. He,
made straight far the office Of a law
)er instead, and before night there, was
something to be talked ofThe.fqrmer
who bad kicked; blm wasarrested for.
assault and battery, jthe ttmstable who
bad run bJra lii was arrested for false
imprisonment, .the Judge got a sum
mons for defamation of character, and
tbe" Jailer ' was ''.arrested on the same
eharsze as the farmer ; ' v
"The; 'Judge had been a Judge for
fifteen years.- and ' he had always
thought It wil hin ills provinve to call
a prlsofier a su of a gun tr any other
old thing Jie hapened to think- of.
He now lenrned that his lesral duties
reaped with )ronuiwlngr sentenee He
had defanied the -rhararfer of n goid
iiinn.' and tie had t" pay rr it. , Amos
had In his hind porker when he.
moveti' on,, and he hadn't put In an
hi'iir at hard wrk He had another
village' lit rnliid. and he headed for it.
It ' a farmer : agaiiijthat gave hint
away lie was plnddlne along the
dusty ro:id when t'tiiiisied with: 11
"Here, you tramp, don t you want a
tewMavs work? ' ,
"How mucii a day?..
-Fifty eents and IsKtrd." v - -
"I ran do better".
-Oh. you eani What ails you la that
you don't want work at any price.
Your kind just, want to tramp and beg.
Ry John, there ought to be a Jail big
enough to hold yon all r " .
l am not a tramp,, mildly replied
Amos. . ; '( - ;. ' ; '' ,.' '. :
Uh. you are a gentleman, roebber
-Well, 1 euti pay my way '
And: the carpenter dug down and
brought out hi roll and held it up to
view and walked oCf.
-foshT exclaimed the farmer to
hlmsipIL "But he's a highway robber
or I never, saw oue! Like enough be
broke into a honse Lost night. WelU I'll
settle his hash mighty sudden V
And he went Into the ; "house and tele
phoned the innsiabie at the village that
fhere was a suspicion character head
ed that way, and Amos was collared as
soon as Jie showed up " He. refused to
give hi name or to tell where, be got
the money found on him The charge
put against him was us"pe-ted rob
bery, and be was sent ro Jail and held
fur teir days in hopes his victim might
te heard from At the end of that time
hewiM sentenced for ten days for Pe
ine a rairalsind.
When his sentence was up It was a
call oir'a lawyer again The defend
ants could prove nothing whatever
agninst the plaintiff when it came to a
showdown, '.while he rouid show that j
the three of thpm bad nNed Illegally ;
and thai he had a fourth rase against
j the fnrnipr Mr. Srnrmerhorn got $500
fur his shnre and walked on to play.the
same game elsewhere V When he re
turnwl to bis borne I eacon Rider was
the tirst man to shake hands with blm
and tr say:
, -Lordy. bat bowjieople can be de-
reiv.nl in a man! We never rook you
to t mire than half baked, and here
you nave heen upsetfin three different
states and cettin ready to run for the
prtsndnicy!"
LOCAL AND GErOU. I
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For a hack ring tip 2307. i .
Curios from all over the .wefju at the
Anchor Saloon. ; ; . - - C' - '- -
I v Thrum's Bookstore will 'remain open
j until 8 : 20 this evening. r-
I Ukuleles, Calabashes, etc at factory :
1719 Liliha. Prices reasonable. .
The Underwood Typewriter Visible,
$one better. Watt, Nichols, Co., Ltd.
Agents. ;',;' -:''
Wanted Two more passengers for ;
around-t he-Island at JS. 1 Lewis'
Stables and Garage. TeL 2141. . :
If you want a good Job done on an
autQ or carriage take it to Jlawailan
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Queoa St -
, avivah n nnhn m mnrnnr tr..'
: td divorce "from Emily Thai
cohn. Extreme cruelty was alleeed.
Pineapple soda and Hire s Hoot Beer
-excellent summer drinks-are bot
tled by the Consolidated Soda Wdrks.
I'hone 2171. : '; . 2-1
Judge Whitney today granted a di-
virce to Joseph Keopuhiwa 1 f rom . Ka
' c,w01
For an auto call up Joe "Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, V$Gd&2otL
Seven-seated Pope-HarUord, 1 No. 920.
Rates reasonable.- ... .T v r,,
Bring 10 Green Stamps and one. dol
lar and get a complete Boy Scout suit
for vacation. Green ; tamp ,Store,
Beretania and Fort streets.
An accident at the PlantajfSSQuar-.
antine Station last night was the rea
son for a hurry-up call for the police
patrol wagon. . A Filipino ; had been
! accidentally hit on the ha(fwith a
j . All persons who are registered for
; Monday morning, July 81h,fr at 8:15.
Th e ODnl ng session will take place
at 8:30. - - ,i v
J The efficacy of Pau - Ka Hana is
shown wherever it is used; , Your,
house and your white, clothes will b3
the cleaner, for contact, with It. Ask
your grocer , regarding the virtues of
this pure soap. "' ' . '
Joe Clark with his Packard car has
left the Auto Livery Garage and la
now with the Oahu stand at Bishop
and King Sts,; , and hope, for a .con
tinuance of p.3tronage frpm his former
friends. Rates Reasonable, ,
The idivorce petition of Joseph A.
Doyle, which was filed in circuit court
' June 10 alleging .abandonment and de
sertion by his wife, ' Emma 11: Doyle,
wat returned to ths court' clerk today
with the statement that1dbtIcBf the
suit hs beep served 6ntheytibellee
who at present Te.3ides at -Saa Tran
cisCO. v'.v'-v : .' " "'' .'.
"Arthur G. Smitb. Assistant Attorney
General, is i investigating a land ; reg
istration dispute today at j Waianae.
The- Territory and I 11 McCandless
are the, parties involved in a dis
agreementover bound iries, and the
matter ; vrfil probably : bo.brought be
fore : CTrcuIt:jiidg"eWhltney;,-TifejtWbn-day
for adjudication. , . It Jnvolves sev
eral small parcels of land. .
Meetings are held eyery, night ex
cept Monday and Friday in the .Sal
vation, Army Hall, corner of Kinsr and
Nuuanu streets.' at 8 .o'clock, and on
Sunday a school at 10 a. ip., holiness
meeting at It a. m., Y. P. L. meeting
Ensign S. Manhart' andj .Capt. . M.
Venzo'r, officers In charge. I
Two cases of sickness : discovered
at Laie and thought' to be scarlet
fever are reported by Dr.' ratt, pres
ident of the board of health, to be
not dangerous, both being under
quarantine, one patient 'nearly fecoythe Matron f th King's-Daughlea
ered and all contacts well taken care home for tne Aged at 1625 Makisi
of. Though the origin of the malady street the work of the organization
at that place has proven ,a mystery, ,n carI for the old people of the
Dr Pratt says he- fears no; further de, 1 communlty ,8 t0UClied tipon .together
"SS.;; o,, with the plans which the organization
day in the office of Registrar Hapai
- 4 'i'.Hauahauole Circle of
metal, mineral and hrotfewge busi.;na1,uSnter 8 g1 T; H.);opwied
ness in Honolulu. The capital stock a tne on 1625 iMakiki street for ocd
fs set at $50,000. with the maximum white men and women. Since then
nlaced at $250,000. Thei Incornorat -
ors are J. AR, VieIra, president: Al
fred , C. Silva, vice-president; J. S.
Marques, Jr., secretary; A. H. R. Vie-
ira. treasurer, and Vincent Fernandez.
jr., auaitor. j.. a. vK.' vietra noias
1QQR chores rt . ctnoV 1 at i9ft nr
share, and the others hold one share
4 v v w w v w v v r
each.
The paving of Queen street from its
inter: potion with Nunanu avpnue and!
! extending to the Waikikt bank of the:
river, will begin--with Monday morn-
ing, when Joseph Gilmaa, of the Ho--
nolulu Bltulithic Pavement Company,'
will set a large force' of 'men at work!
in excavating the thoroughfare, pre-:
paratory to -the actual work of laying;
i the broken rock. v v
. The, bltulithic company, secured the'
contract to pave the muchly, traveled
thoroughfare for $26,000 ; j
President Giiman promises, to, com-,
plete the job, and turn the street over ,
to the city within forty fdays, barring
accidents. . ' ? 1
i l ne oaveraeni oi wueen itreei is pre-
dieted will greatly facilitate the mov
ment of much merchandise from tne
several wnarves 10 : icrrai uusiucib
houses. ''
V It is estimated that a laree Tercent -
; age of the heavy tra"ffi; of Honolulu
passes over ims mguway. rui
past the Ewa seetion of tbe street has
, ben in deplorable condition.
I A meeting of Rapid Transit oirec-
tors :was held today. at jwhich timeit
Is understood the matfer of paving be-.:;
tween the tracks of the company was
brought up for discussion. The street
railwav traverses Queen,' street the en-'
tlr lonfh nf thA thnrnnehfara nOW
to be paved.
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find
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Supreme in
manship.
Elks' Building
WS DAUGHTERS' Llil
IR CARiPIG FOH AGED OF Ci TY
r In thA following rnnrf nrpnarerl lv
has for the future:
I "Two years ago this
August the
the King's
1 we nave careo ior ten aucu peraoas.
"Some of our old people have re-
tjuired the constant attention; of a
nurse for nearly sir months a young
I man was engaged as an-attendant for
a veteran ui lae uyu r. aui wiu-
nlH -unidipr having come to ub sick. I
I"
ness.
much time and labor In his little gar
den, which he loves. However we can
not report" such favorable progress
for other patients who have required
constant care both day and night for
the past year. ' . :
"In February last two of our old
people were called Home.' One after
a nainful illness of many weks. Tho
j summons came to theSother very sud
jdenly dropping dead beside the grave
' of her. friend.
"The Home has been fortunate in
that it has had. the opportunity of
sheltering in nearly every msiauce
pecple of refinement and a certain
amount of culture. One a retted schoil
teacher and composer of music
Among her activities she founded St
Mary school and gathered the first
t dollar toward founding St. Clement
Church. Another a forme editor of
one of the local papers. Anothed as
a governess in India. Another a Mis-
sionary in China and Honolulu. One
was an American consul. Another has
a University degree,
"All holidays are observed In fitting
manner ai me nome. ai iiauuwe ni
one of the old ladies got the ring In
the cake and another the thimble. We
are an cniiaren again on tnese occa-
isions and as playful as kittens.
i Mpo i tmp i. one sr the most in-
teresting occasions of the home. Each !
brings her own Indlvidualltyinto play.
Qne old lady wnose appetite is rather
poor brings her knitting with h'er to
... ... ,an.
s mbs of he
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. . ,anavy.-t an
home s dependent and aup-
porrea Dy voiumary vonuriuuuuua
These are sent to Mrs. WV L. Hopper,
1
WANT 70
Let us show you the new materials in
& STAR" negligee shirts. Theres
a refinement ; about them that you don't
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lines. .
in other
style and perfect in work-
PRICES . .
Sbft French
1.50
"."
or stifF
."The Store for Good Clothes"
president, or to Mrs. U G. Marshall,
acting treasurer In Miss Dr Oilman's
absence. - '
"Several large sums have" come to
us from the united efforts of the circle
on different occasions.. We served lem
onade, peanuts and ctnfetti at the
Floral Parade on Washington's Birth
day. On St. Patrick's Day ' we had a
delicatessen sale at the -Promotion
Committee rooms. Lastly, a tag day
which brought in nearly "$3000 toward
the building, fund.
The several churchesrunited In mak
ing an offering to the home. ' "'.
"A large waiting list, together with
our present crowded condition, makes
a new home Imperative. . f .
'A lot some 400x250 feet has been
thirty people.
have endeavored to eliminate all the
disagreeable features of institution life
anil tinva 1 a hnroH trt msatra tho Kins
Daughters' Home a place of rest, cheer-
fulness and love-Just what a real
daughter would; do for her own loved
ones who needed her protection and
care
"Our board of directors has women
. u . .u v ...i i
ui uiuouat Vlidiaici, caul wroumui
her spiritual life and wise In her de-
els ions concerning the management of .
the home. .-' J- -t
"Our motto -'We will look forward,
not back ' - .
"Our text 'Study to show thyself
approved unto God;, a workman that
needeth not to be ashamed.' - . .
"In the home 'Inasmuch as ye have
done it unto one of the least of these,
ye have done it unto Me.'"
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded May '24, 1912.
Bernlce P Bishop Est by trs to Cecil
Brown. D; 1 659-1000a of R P 7789. kul
7713, ap 39,-Kanftlliilt, Honolulu, Oahu;
$2489. B 368, p 45 May 14. 1812.
i Bishop of Zeugma to Cecil Brown,
D; R P 038, kul 1617. ap 2. Moiliill,
Honolulu. Oahu; $1687.50. B 368, p 47.
May 9, 1912. -
Cecil Brown to Territory of Hawaii,
D; ap 2, R P 3038, and 1 659-1000a of.
R P 7789, Mollllll. Honolulu, Oahu. B
368. p 49. May 14, 1912. I
E K Mahoe and hsb (S K) to Mrs
Emalla Hapenuia. D; pes land, bldgs.
etc, Pauao,, Honolulu, Oahu; personal
property, Ter of Hawaii; $1, etc. ' B
370, p 42. May 23, 1912.
Hihikalna Aukal (widow) to J A
La welawe4 D; R P 621, kul 3051, Kua-
SEE SOLE
o
5 ''' - '
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to . 3.50
cuffs.
King Street
loa, Koolaupoko, Oahu; .por thires In
:jR P 4387, kul $432. hul land. Kahar.a,
Koolauioa, Oahu; T$1C). B 370, p 43.-
. May 22. 1312. ' ; .. -
r WUHam A Kinney and v.! to i::!nor
P Ilodgins. D: 33,563 aq ft cf gr 4231,
etc. Diamond Head ltd, Honolulu,
Oahu; $5000.. B 370, p 44. Arr 33.
1 1912.
' Harry 11 Holt to Tr.of Emma K Holt.
Dj lot 9. blk 30, and bldga, Kahnukl
Tract,, Honolulu. Oahu;. $1. B 370, p
4$. May 23. 1012.
Mary. K Silva by trs to Alice Comro,
D; 5578-sq ft of It 3. gr 3302. Wilder
Ave, Honolulu. Oahu; $835. . B 370. p
47.. May 21, 1912. .
PeVcy M' Pond to SYokomizo et al.
B S; wagons, livestock, toola, har
nesses, etc; $3325. B 355, p 432. May
10, 1912.
S Yokomlzo et al to Percy M Pond,
C M; wagons, livestock, tools, har
nesses, etc; $4325. B 387, p 108. May
10. 1912.
Kaimukl Tract Subdivision by Owner
to Plan, Plan; subdivision of lots 10,
12, 15 and 16, blk 32. Kaimukl and 7th
Aves. Honolulu, Oahu. File No 71.
J A Lawelawe and wf to Elizabeth
K ttakookoo, D; R P 621, kul 3031. Ku-
aloa, Koolaupoko. Oahu; por ishares In
hul land. , Kahana. Koolauloa. Oahu;
$200. B 358, p 60... May 24, 1912.
f C fl M 'tr t0n o ?
?a,8t f'01" 2 P " "
5l31;ekIiraC!'f HIu U' ahu:
B 368 p 52. Mar 30 1912.
j Est of Thoma Carey by admr to
Sfm ?Jl?' ?' ' btIdf
rts, etc, Beretania St. Honolulu. Oahu;
rt trt
iv yrs hi .. ytrr an. j , j
36. .
Mar 1, 1912.
Hana. Iopa and hsb (J) to C E
Wright, D; land patent 5693, Olaa Sum
mer Lota. Puna. Hawaii: $241. B 363,
p 307. . May 20. 1912.
Y Lokuta et al to S Yoshimasu. A L;
3a Of R P 138, Kulaha, Hamakualoa.
Maul; $1. B 363, p 335. May 21, 1912.
Kuahilo and, hsb et al to S Alfred
Sniffen Jr. D; 2 pes land, bldgs, etc,
Kapaaloa, Wailuku. Maui; $630. B 363,
' p 308. May 18. 1912.
I J Alfred Sniffen Jr to Young Men's.
Savs Socy Ltd, M; premises. Kapaa
loa, Wailuku, Maui; $300. , B 354. p
128. May 18. 1912.
. Young Men's Savs Socy Ltd to Ku
ahilo (w) et al. Rel; I 8-100a land. Ka
paaloa, Maul; $125. , B 364, p 127. May
18. 1912. - . ' .
Court of Land Registration.
. G B Schraeder and wf to Guardian
Trust Co Ltd, M: pc land. Honolulu.
Oahu; $1000. C L R doc So 396. May
24. 1912.
a bandit wo held up the passengers
0f two San Joaquin river launches
'-about " forty miles south of Stockton,
California, was beaten to death aftsr
he had shot Samuel ' M. Gri scorn, ea-
gineer of one of the boats, through
the shoulder.
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