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,UM;ULi IX, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1012.
ifn ii in
WOMEN HEAR sance, a woman who couldJuEsIe with
MnTcn I CPTllDtD lopcs and emperois; wr.i the world
ivUICU LtUIUhtn any letter for her being in it? Yes,
AT CENTRAL UNION 8he faced and tolved the problems ot
, ,; her times. She took a stand in social
Collide club Evening was cclebrat- fffar admitting none to her salons
fd at Central Union Church yesterday lmt thoec noted for their morals and
evening where Mrs. Hannah Jenkins understanding. ...She' gave, an- impetr.i
director of design and ar; at 'r Porno. ,0 art . !tters and music. Sh it was
na College. Crlifornia addressed tne ho made I-eonardo and Titian fam-
j College C.ub and the church congrega- o'js a: portrait painters sit ing to both.
one came 10 ine-ironi in ner nay uvea
up to the best thrt was in her.
"Another. Madam De Steel, the
daughter of Xeeker. Napoleon's minis-
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR A BIG
DISPLAY OF KITCHEN
ne Furniture Co.
It wt.s a meeting of, J '. and for,
women .cseiu:lly. The .veie many
men present b.it the ad.l- s.s which
was on "Womerj to the Front" on:ern
"d itst-lf with the relaiiou , women
to world problems and the pait which
women miet play in th ir solution.
White lavr .narrfage, iivorcc, in
temperance and other probVms con
fronting wemen were handled by the
ypeaker In plain lang tae -nd her ad
dress throughout wa rhuiaiterized
by its fluency and directn ..-.a In co
H .s on, the speaker p.f J t.ibute to
feu ;. women as Miss .1.2 Ad.- s ard
j Miss IMascoer who are :i.;ig and
Unvoting thdr lives for .:.- t -:er
itivui t'i luiina uu y ana a:e ri.,ni m ir
time to striving to make r.hers hap
py with' no thought for themselves.
'These are women to p-o"i of."
said Mrs. Jenkins.
women to get in to h with, to know
and to emulate. Tlc cti:3
eoming to the front and doing great
borbs. Some of the young men In town! p.-.---.--. ..
rrshly ran tbem out on pain of some-L ". " ' . ... .... . . ..
thing dreadful happening to t hero If
they ever returned. The men's union (
investigated the affair with the result
that they brought them back, gave
them a camping lire, ,-,4?ured work for
them, assured them of their protec
tion. ; The outcome of that is, we now
have. one hundred Hinr us in town. At
the last communion on Commence
ment Sunday they were all in the gal
lery of 'he ch'irch watching the cele-
Prcrjt RelUf -Pcxsirisi Cat
bration of thf S- crament.
"These nin have the church
ter of fimn'o. What a po'itical lifet themselves on Sunday from two
"was hers. She was the on! v woman
w o dared to tnub Najoeon. She
found ti'ne for art, music an 1 liteia
ture. her 'Corinne or Italy' is a rl-s U-
r you til Know or ner career ana s.. one mind
I could refresh vour memories on ',he rpl'efo .
four an J we have enough returns!
migsiorarie to teah them. They
ire indtr r- t-! good workman. If
we nad not ail itcti preuy mum oi
"here v. ou'd have been a
t.a: t-on. A e might nave
arrer S s
x fill m v
UVER PILLS i
f3. Purely Tpjet.
but gently oa
KL SsaU D, SmS Pric
Genuine ntUr Signature
history of roanv Women who arse to lost our grin rn India
the front for the betterment pd up- "That s onlv snu 11 part of the
lif.'ing of mankind. It is a far cry work being done in Claremcnt.
from the Renaissance to th present. Through united effoft and the doing
Blessed is the woman in th'.ie days away wjth sects, o-ir co'lege. whose
vi ho Las a capacity for efficient of effi- coi '.--,' 'ti christian Civili
ciency for solving hard problems and j-ation has the largest , missionary
today the one woman of all others to pirit I have ever net Our .itucent
whom every women in the land hould volunteers, iron rnd women are In
do reverence is Jafte Adams of Hull every part of the earth. Claremont Is
Hour.e Chicago. And now ladies of a mr-. for Tt:jrned missionaries.
7hev are the i The crv of 0;hpr lnds and theirt : The Clerk of the Citv and t-buntv f
i inp ryri i i rri v vein h ih imi iiiu iriiiiv mihi k i : ao io q n n rnn rr i - w -
w ho '-e;-iuuic vuiuiit " i" i"o ieges grpatest nesire .is io up iui hpinw.-
tS AU I tiuRM V
things for humanity "
Mrs. Jenkins said In
I crease of foreign elements f re prob- ceizing crosel-
J lems mat win lax your ioruiuae ana unto an lands.
'Women to the Front!" That sounds
Iikl a bugle call. When the reveille! - ' Wh te S ave Prob em.
MtripH u rr,ono '..-n'.anrf r.t i The white a a.ve problem should
busy.? (It was your pastor who sound-' occupy the herious and nrayerfirt at-
I acre's one thing that does
any" guessing it's
no. admit of
Our Spectacle Fitting is done
on the basis of knowing how
from start to finish.
It's a success!
A. N. Sanfordj
Boston Building Fort "Street
' Over May & Co.
HI be at the places herein-;
share toward Evan- ..T " iiint-s. siaiea xor
and good will pur0'se ol registering electors who
uc uimuie, iroin cause, lo present
thtmselve.v in person to him at his of-
Monday. Julv 22. 191?. : i
' i v . Kailua (Siim Bo's (Jate) 9 a! ni. to
ed the bugle I am just going to give lenuon wnicu is conuu.. uy '".'"'j Building permits have been Issued ,
a little "toot ,T ers noi connnea 10 iue wuue rate, me s follows sinee .Inly 6: v ; " I '"anaio i-ianiaiion omce-ll;30
"ThU call comes to the army of ack of reverence for the Sacrament Chun Pin, dwelling. Morris lane.Ja- - to l p. m. , : '
church and college women throughout, ' marriage. Many women Joday it Cbang F'nnr architect, Wong Wongj Kaneohe Court House-4 p. m. to
our land. Do not think I am here as a would -.wem .forget the bond. which bunder, $900. - ; - ; 7:S0 p. m. -
suffragette. No there is not r woman they acknowledge before the world, . ljPon Yew, two dwellings, $700, Tuesday, July 23, 19f2.
in our land who knows less of politics l seep tut: wuib ui Cu.aU , uu.u each. Peterson lane, Chang Sing arch-i nuunanu ani Ivahaluu Pineapple'
than I do. There are many like my-. ng oui n.eveut.y " itect. Wong Wong builder, $1400. ! ami Kanch Co., Ltd. 10 a. m. to 11: SO
self who care nothing for the fran-1 question Will you take this man, etc. j ljfUI pher., fourteen cottage, $S00 a. m.
Vhise who would rather not be brought es. tne rnemai resevuuii. rm gch Ilervtanla street. Lee Hou arch
to the front in that way. six months, give her time to get to Uect and buiidert $n,200. , .
"Paroniu'lir 1 mlli lir T VlOvo tin IlenOI ' I V . . : 1(n otni-ao inil Mnrntlinn
. .in flic oaj v w - ..... .i 1.. 1 "CI! lltl .MUU, nu uiivmiip,
complaint against tne gentlemen in -v- Y u i ZiJil Tth rh King street near Houghtatimg road,, llauulu Court House 7:30 p. m
.1. . ttv in htch moral nrincinles in tne ncn j m.:.iu ' ... .. . , ' m
im-.r ,HrtM;n.iiiroi iHiiuii-i-i ". "-r 7' " rt lntomnoranra y uen An iioy, arcniieci aim. puiiucr,.,. :30 p m.
I nave fared wen in tne past ana ao uuutiwuiBcu "". v- $1000 v
not expect to live as long in the fu- among women these: and many otn- . - . : ' ' ':'" V.;
ture ,in I roula well afford to leave, er problems confront you i. WhU are n, n pACLiinMPri RFMFfllF
the ballot to the men-hut how startl- you going to do about it?, You will ULU hAbMIUIMtU , .-IttM LUIfcS.
ing se'fish that Founds, In the great have a chance to make a return for the .rr, ; .
rush of political. Professional and com- years of prayer.-? and petitions tnat j Science in surgery and electricity
mcrciai lire, rond tions nave cnaneea. nave neen um-icu iui '"u-
Women are forging ahead In
Waikane Church 1 p. m. to 2 p. m. .'
Koolau Hallway Station, Kahana 4
?, p. in. to 3 p. in.
Wednesday, July 24, 1912.
Kahuku M ill 12 noon to 2 p. m.
Laie Dancing Hall 6 p. in. to 7;
p. in. . :- '-. ' -
Thursday, July 25, 1912.
x iijiuivt-a n. ii. oiauon-iu a. m.
hoc odi'innn.l miinh In tho nnet thlrtv ' .
every You are all in the tendency for accom-; thn.troatnipnt nf i,v10 a- m- -
branch of professional and industrial plishing great tnings. 'in unity mere - ra9Mna vonAiek fmmr :"a,a,ua Lourt House i:sp p.
m uuitj th ftlf fnahtnnpH rPndips m.idp frrim
life then therp the great mass of is strength. I am sure Paul woujd oe root8 and herDSt has never been im-
worRing women in rac:ory. snop, dusi- oenguieu u.h .uj v ( proved upon
ncss and service. This problem of vot- Central Union church r nd see how you , k . ' '.
fust n he would have you au or . . -
seen by. the great sue-
Any style of-type er fac similes
of handwriting made on short
- ;-:, . '
Hawaiian I2ivs Co:
. t - - Limited
; OUNG HOTEL BLDG.
3 p. m., 5 p. m. to 8 p. m. :
Friday, July 26, 1912.
Wahiawa R. 11. Terminus-9 : 30
Inir eame to me forelblv one day whii axe just as he would nave you a i or T p ninn,am'c VnaoioWo.1"- to 10:30 a. m.
I went into one of our oranee pack- one mind. . , . . ' nrryn r rm mnic hh wva
Ing houses. There I listened without "'The Men and Rclig on Forward
their knowing to a heated discussion Movement,' commneawun lie vu- , f female ills
on:the crmnaign. The conclusion ' I men to the Front Movement w
arrived at was -CollegeVomen and I v br ng jreat Tesalts Jhe
Church Women to the Front." It Is 'Good' which is God can only come ,
th,- illiterate working class that is through the.avenue of learning Paul. 3 . . ; , .
coing to make trouble and while I supplication. J Irnv Lo?d For news and the truth about it, all
hate po'itirs and would I rather do al- brethren in thnameof ourLord . Star-Rnlletln. f
nmvf anything rather thw go to the , Jesus Christ that you all speak -tne v s
polls. Yet-if my vote will offset that same thing rnd tnai tnere De no uii
of a womrn who will be led by her sions among you.. That you be per
emotions or be the tool of a boss, then' fected together in the tame mind and
it Is my duty to vote. j in the same judgment Only through
Human Nature Unehanned. united effort and doing away ; witn
The part that women hrve played Isms and sects can great thinr.v be
JS : ' i - ; - . t i
WAW Txr r
j $ss Xi'A once hnvs "
ill Alfred DcnjVmm Ii
i-J i ! PKZ -relied upon a. a ft 1
ffl aXiH vVH . steadfast custom: j j
m l J'Aj ilvi better icredca- jij
1 iTTF I. Ur' tiah could
i l l '1 lYv lf No stronger ar
ll ltl Vt!,J gumcntia favor ft
1 , ofytoo,bc- .
r lit I'll in l I u cuminu a . cits- 1 1 1
m 1 Vj;,thc;::j '
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I THE T
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" Tj Cor. Fort and Hotel St:,. jTl
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TENDERS, WATER PIPE.
The Board ; of Supervisors of . the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, will rcceive
i bids until 12 noon of August 4, 1912.
Furniture an.l Fixtures .
Cash in Hand and in Bank..
In politics in the past Is that any .cr!-, accomplished. ' : . . for furnishing the following Galvanized i
terion for us women of today? We, "In the city of. Claremont, the cUy t Watr p, to be delivered F.. O. B. I
m ent sav eonamons nave cnaneea i or my aaouuua, m uuc
but human nature is not widely dif-. church. , (Congregational),
Mill 2 p. m. to 3:30 p. in.
Waipahu Mill 5 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. !
Saturday, July 27, 1912.
Pcarl. City Depot 10:30 a. in. to 2 j Resources.
p. in. A Lncins oil Real Ewate
Aiea Store 4:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. Real EsUite
I Monday,, July 29, 1912.
Watertown 11 a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, July 30, 1912.
Wa'ianae Court House 12 noon to 3
p. m. -': ' 'v"V---:-. : ; - -Wednesday,
July 31, 1912.
Makua It. R. Station 12 noon to 2
p. m. k-: ;"'
D. KALAUOKALANI JR.,
: Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
5288 July. 15. 16, 17, 18, 19, 20; '
a The Western and Hawaiian InveUmen
. RESOURCES AND LIADILITIEQ AS O." JUNE
Lis. thirty-five different denominations ' wor-St . .'7 " "4f V' i aVthe 031ce of the City and County
to4 shipping harmoniously. Not a ripple of -.m 1500 ori . JU;clWk Rpom 8 Mclntyre Building, un- '
nd ever disturbs the stream of steaoy 300 f and -000 of t pipe til 7:30 . n). on the 29th day of July, j
have1" juxiiu.iiS. ,; :.t , -jtj.
' 1 - i...iiipit in . .mil in z. . iniii. ill .
. . i . ii t t iLi-i- n jia. . Awmmtn r nnna wor.
lereni irom me uavs ot iue neuais iuirvue umcicui ucuuiu.i.v.vu
sance. One difference there Is and
our advantaee In that we move and
have our being among a vast rmy of work going on there. With one ex
college men men who have annihilat- ception which if it had not been that
ed instinct and are ruled by reason and we were all of one mind . and the
underttanding so that we worfien are prompt action of our men's union
soured the necessity of . being great might have been a serious affair,
diplomats. . Hindus protected.
. "Think of the harrassing life of Isa-I "It was this way: A party of six
! bella d'Este that queen of the Renals- Hindus came and camped in. our su-
; v Liabilities.
Ktrrn an ! Ilawat' sn fiivrtiT!iit
for pwinjLf ttii tr-mut f tru
SEALKD TENDERS wiU be received f
Territory of Hawaii. City and County
I, James B. Gibson, Manager of Tb-
Company, Limited, do solemnly swear that tti
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
'.' - A JAMES B. GIBSON, Manager.
- Subscribed and sworn to before me thi"15th day of July; 1912.
'' ' .,,:.' :.:';. ..' hexrv c. hapai.
52S8-3t . . ' . . Notary rnblle, First Judicial Circuit. T. H.
. - ,',6V
Also Fixtures for above Pipe.
Bid to be by the foot for Pipe and
by piece for Fixtures.
All bids to be accompanied by certi
fied check for 5 of amount bid.
J. H. MORAGNE.
628S-6t County Roa& Supervisor,.
Yes, actually sacrificed. See
them in our show window. Prices'
j'ire absurdly low just to clear
- Vt our odds' and ends.
Photo Supply Co.,
:J f IiO -the
VWI; - --JJJ with us.
J. H. TOWNSEND
Secretary, Harrison Mutual Burial
fAS started in Honolulu July 15,
V V 1 go2j making it now ten years
During that time
The Association has buried 659 of
its -members, representing over 640
families in the Islands.
There have only been levied seven
teen assessments of $1 .00 each, and
''. . ' ' . . ' '-'I' t':
i no member has paid n mcmDership
1 fees and assessments more than $2 1.50.
If you have been burdened with heavy funeral expenses in
past, and want to avoid them in the future, communicate
1912, for furnishing all labor and ma
terial necessary to re-timber and ' re
floor a part of the Queen street bridge
over the Nuuanu Stream. Area to be
covered, about 10,710 square feet.
Plans, specifications and blank forms
of proposal may be had upon applica
tion and a deposit of Five ($5.00) .Dol
lars at ' the City 4 and County Clerk's
Kce. '; ': ;':"'. "
he Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all bids and
to waive all deects.
D. KALAUAKALANI JR.;
5288-10t . . City and County Clerk.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS AT JUNE 29, 1312
Loans on Real Estate '.
Capital, fully paid
Loans, Demand and Time . , .
Furniture and Fixtures
Stocks and Bonds
Other Assets 1......
i . 97,385.65 LTrust and Agency Bnlances. 129.3S9.72
Society of I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit. Territory ; of Hawaii
At Chambers. In Probate. In the mat
ter of the Estate of Edward L. Like.
Deceased. On reading and filing the
Petition of Lydia K. Like, widow of i
Edward K. Like of Honolulu . alleging
that Edward K. Like of Honolulu died
intestate at Honolulu on the 11th day
of June, . D .1912. leaving property
within the jurisdiction of this Court
necessary to be administered upon, and ,Loans on Real Estate
nrayinc- that Letters of Administration iLoans nn stork- Rharpx
I issue to The First Trust Company of j f
HUo. Limited; It -is Ordered, that Wed
nesday, the 21st day of August, A. D.
1912, at 9 o'clock a. m.. be and hereby
is annointpd for hpurinir said Pptition 1
fn thf rhiirtrnnm 'nf. this I'nurt in :tht
All other Liabilities
STATEMENT OF CONDIT ION AS AT JIJN
.... ; 6.397.10
1140 rORT STREET
J. D. Marques, Prest. ij. H. Townsend, Sect. Phone
Installment Stock .....'....$ si
laW'Up Stock ............ it
Resorve Fund ...... .1 .... . y line of Hata and
Undivided Profits ...,.,. fcm the Eastern mar
Bunk Loan and Overdraft.' tee them. '
old Y. M. C. A. building in the City
and County of Honolulu, at which time
and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition, should not be
granted. Dated. - Honolulu, July 15,
1912. By the Court: J. A. DOMINIS,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Cir
cuit. (Seal.) Vade Warren Thayer
a nd W. S. Wise, attorneys for - peti
tioner. : .-.:.:.'"';'-: -
; 5288 -July 15. 22, 29; Aug 5 '"'.''
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
I. RICHARD HZ TRENT. President of tho TRENT TRUST 1
LIMITED, and Secretary of the MUT UAL BUILDING &
OF HAWAII. LIMITED, do solemnly s wear that the foreg
true to the best of my knowledge and beliefs ;
- RICHARD H. Tl
Subscribed and sworn to tefore rne this 13th day of July, 1912.
ADELAIDE C. FRANCA. V '
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, Territory
.:'.''-. - -' 5288 tf
- Entered for Record July 13, .1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Augusta
M Schoening . . . . .... ...... D
Henry C Sunderland to J E John
son ............................ L
Entered for Record July 15, 1912.
From 8:30 a. nv to 10:30 a. m.
C D Lufkin to Edward H Rogers.. Rel
Chas A Brown to V E M Osorio... L
J Brightman to Chan Toon . ... . . . . . D
Fanny Strauch and hsb to Filimon
A score or more little folks includ
ing the members of the Juvenile Bos
tonlans, who have been delighting
C'owded houses in local theatrical cir
cles for two months past, will depart
for the northwest in the Canadian s
Australian liner Mara ma, tt) sail late
: ''.;' '
Jou use W. P. Fuller SL
E PREPARED PAINT
urability - along with
ER IN THE END
ausnrhs ni) cxh.rs. Try onions (lien fjtDrc X Pnnho
anil the potatoes will not taste of the ovVf LI J u LUlhlw,
The same Ci-isi o can lie ustHl
potatiM's without the slightest o
one to the other.
Your jxroter sells
177 S. KING STREET
'" Phito-En?raTln? 'of Llriest prs'j
can be secured from the JSUiMJalktJa
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