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HONOLULU STAK-BULLE1 IX, MONDAY, JULY 15, 1012.
A Wedding Present
I w i I T " I "
. .; aan?e, a woman who could Juggle with
lopcs.and emperois; wr.T the world
any better for her be? nx in it? Yes.
AT CENTRAL UNION b ?fced f11 the problems of
her times. She took a stand in social
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College Club Evening was celebrat:
ed at Central Union Church yesterday
evening w here Mrs. Hannah Jenkins
director of design and ar: at Pomo
na" College, Ct liornia addressed the
College Cub and the church congrega
tion. . ;.-
It was a meeting of. ". and for,
women essentially. The Aere many
men present but the adl- ss which
W'as on "Women to the Front" on?ern
"d itself with the relation ' y women
to world problems and the part which
w:omen must play In their solution.
White slavery marriaga, -iivorce, in
temperance and other pmf- ems con
fronting women were handled by the
praker in plain langja? 'td her ad
dress throughout was characterized
by Jts fluency and directn-3 In co?
'. I 8:on, the speaker pa l :.uute to
smCu women as Miss .1 ,.1? A s and
Afiss lllascoer who are s'rr. ; ig and
fevoting their live tor ". ffr
roent of humanity and a:r i'i -;r. 1? . lr
time to striving to make -ether hap
py with no thought for themselves.
'These are women to ? . p-rMi of.r
said Mrs. Jenkins. "They arc "ihe
women to get in to h with, to know
anu 10 emuiaie. ite r.ii'ig so rc
coming to the front arid doing great
things for humanity'
Mrs. Jenkins said in pert
tffairs admitting none to her salons
but those noted for their nrais and
understanding: She gave an ImpetiY
to art. letters and music. She it was
who made Leonardo and Titian fam
ous aL portrait painters s!t:ing to both.
She fame to the front in her day lived
up to the best thxt was in her.
White Slave Problem.
The white .Vave problem should
occupy the herious and prayerful at
tention which is controlled by foreign
?r? not confined to the white rae. The
lark of reverence for the Sac raroent
of marriage.- Many women today it
would r.eem forget the bondr which
they acknowledge before ihe world
mmmmrM: fete 1
t . -A III
A the rMilt.o- t''jZas with a dy
namite cap ytterday afternoon; Bel
den Bartlett. ten-year-old son of C. (.
Bartlett of the Honolulu brewing com
pany, is in Queen's Hospital s uterine
from" st r.'ous injuries received by the
explosion of the cap. Three tinier n
the child's risl-t hand wre blown off,
and the fiy.ng pieces, of the combustl
ble inflicted ir nurnWr of puini'ij
wound. ovr his tody. . .
- The accident happened shoM after
4 o'clock 'yesterday afternoon at the
family. r-.idenee at Kaalavvai. Tlure
was no one in the vicinity at the tiaitr
'to keep the flame of mentality burn
ing' but Irreverently when asked the
Question 'Will you take this mm, etc.
'Yes with the mental reservation. For
six months, give her time to get to
Reno. : '; -'.
"Divorce and its great feeder lax
ity in high moral principles in the rich
underworked social set, intemperance the accident happened. Mrs. Bartlett
among women -these and many oth- is in San Frr. mino wiih one of the
er problems confront- you; Wh.t are. children, and-" Mr.' ESartlett is In Hilo.
you going to do about it? You will n g n HHSt: U B S UXSU
have a chance to make a return for the by Assistant Attorney General Arthur
years of. prayer.i and petitions that n cmuh a-hn invKtiM tho ii
have been offered for; your protection. Question kt tne rtouest of the Com.
I You are all In the tendency for aecora- ; .....--
j pushing great things
is strength.' 1 am su
tLe eyes, SeuS PSL Sa11 DnZm&tnf
, tGenaino Signature
'In unity there
sure Paul would be
III 1 1- 11 1TTI IL. UCliKUlCU 11 WCIC-W
me a uuKie wu. " ! Central Union church end see how youj
Is sounded it means "get up and get l. , w v,OVA Vftl, n,'
to the NEW CHIMESE DOLLAR
' PUTS IM APPEARANCE
a little "toot.
"ThLi call comes to the array of
church and college women throughout
our land. Do not think I am here as a
suffragette. No there is not a woman
In pur land who knows less of ioIitics
than I do. There are many like my
self who care nothing for the fran
chise who Vould rather not he brought
to the front In that way.
Personally I might say I have no
complaint against the gentlemen In
their management of politIcl affairs;
r have fared well In the past and do
tint ovrvcof tn lli'a o a Inner In (ho ftl.
T ia-waii affnril tn 19vp Special Star-BulMin
ng se'flsh that rounds, in the great Tenney Peck, banker. Rapid Transit
rush of political. Professional and com- -magnate ana promut
mercial life. Conditions have changed, noiuiu, arnveu muy -u ."
WTomen are forging ahead in every immeamieiy tuu up iuB huu ui.v.
branch of professional and industrial mg to secure me passage oi a out
ife then there V the great mass of tnrougn uongress granung ms com-
working women in factory, shop, busi- Pny tne ngnt oi way across me ron,
heps and service. This problem of vot- snaner miuiary neservauuu. n
ns. came to me forcibly one day when necessary to nave tnis legislation m
I went into one of our orange pack- order to extena me napia iransits
Ing houses. There I listened without lines irora tionoiuiu tu rean naiuoi.
heir knowing to a heated discussion:
on the campaign. The conclusion : 1 1
arrived at was "College Women and
Church Women to the Front." It Is
th'.T Illiterate working clars that Is
going to make trouble and while I
hate po'itics and would rather do al
most anything rather tnan go to me
rolls. Yet if my vote will offset that
of a women who will be led by her
emotions "or be the tool of a boss, then
it is my duty to vote. " -"
Human Nature Unchanged.
The new Chinese silver dollar, the
first specimen of which arrived from
the Orient this morning and is proudly
exhibited to his friends by U. S. Dis
trict Attorney RJ W. Breckons. plainly
shows the influence of. English ana
American civilization and the person
ality of the new Chinese Republic's
first president, Sun Yat Sen.
The coin Is similar In shape to the
American dollar, though slightly larg
er and heavier, and Breckons believes
i it nrobablv is worm not more thn
nhnut fio rents in American money.
I The well-known features in pro
, ' file of -Dr. Sun Yat Sen occupies the
Correspondence Qf OQe side. the pictures be-
v., JUiy 1. Li incr cnrrminilod hv PTilnpR Rcrint en-
gravures. Several - large Chinese let
ter.!, or words, fill the center of the
opposite tide, while around the edge,
in bold English lettering, are the
words: "The Republic of China, one
dollar." -'-,, :-;,'.-."'.v;:vi
B AUTHOR! I V
beat the Hilo
Special Star-Bulletin Aerogram
HILO, July 15. The Hawalis de-
TherDart that women hsve clayed feated the. Chinese all team yesterday
in politics in the past is that any crl- hy a score of 8 to 1. The game was
terion for us women of today? We. lost on crazj' errors,
mfpht rv conditions have chanced i The Japanese nine
hut human nature Is not widely dif-team 2 to 0.
ferent from the days, of tha Renais-j
sance. One difference there Is and to SQHQOL DESK BIDS
uui , uuvuuuge in nidi we muvc anu
have our being among a vast army of:
college men men who have annihilat
ed instinct and are ruled by region and All the tenders for supplying school j
underEtanding so that we women are' desks that were submitted to the Oahu
sprred the necessity of being great. Loan Fund Commission without ac
diplomats. : companying checks properly certified
"Think of the harrassing life of Isa- are declared invalid and cannot be
bella d'Este that queen of the Renais- considered. This is the ruling made
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CHANGE TEXMS DATES
There ' will be no conflict, of
dates - between thei ttnnls and;
polo tournaments. If arrange- 4
ments can possibly be made to
the contrary. A meeting of the
tennis tournament committee has
been called to take up the ques-
4 tion of changing the dates o
that tennis matches will not be
4 played on days when ' the polo
tournament is inr progress. :
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WRW - TO-OAY
lurk niirmo isiifai in Brieht boy. APPiy & tsertiania, nwi
MINUS OntUrvd, IIUVKLIUj to engine house.
Store, or part, good .location. - Large
show window. Rent reasonable. A.
Schnerr. 122 Beretanla, next to en
gine house. v 5288-6t
The Clerk of the City and County of
Honolulu will be at thje places herein-
below named at the times stated for
the purpose of registering electors who
may be unable, from cause, to prvsent
tnemselves in person to him at his of
fice in Honolulu; v :
Monday, July 22, 1912.
Kailua (Sam Bo's Gate) 9 a. m. to
10 a. m.
Waimanalo Plantation Office 11 : 30
a. ni. to 1 p. m. ,..
Kaneohe Court 'House 4 p. m. to
7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, July 23, 1912. V v
Ahuimanu an-J "ICahaluu Pineapple
and Ranch Co., Ltd. 10 a. m. to 11:30
Waikane Church 1 p. m. to 2 p.m.
Koolau Railway Station, Kahana 4
to 5 p. m. -'-'
Hauula Court House 7:30 p. m. to
8:3u p. m. ,;
Wednesday, July 24, 1912.
Kahuku Mill 12 noon to 2 p. m.
Laie Dancing Hall 6 p. m. to 7:30
Thursday, July 25, 1912. !
Pupukea R. R. Station 10 a. ni. to
10:30 a. m. ;
Waialua Court House 1:30 p. m.
3 p. m., 5 p. m. to 8 p. m.
Friday, July 26, 1912.
Wahiawa R. R. Terminus 9:30
ni. to 10:30 a. m.
Ewa Mill 2 p. m. to 3:30 p. m.
Waipahu Mill 5 p. m. to 7:30 p.
Saturday, July 27, 1912.
Pearl City Depot 10:30 a. m. to 2
p. m. ;.. v ; ' I : --:
Aiea Store 4:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. m.
Monday, July 29, 1912.' '
Watertown ll a. m. to 2:30 p. m.
Tuesday, July 30, 1912.
Waianae Court House 12 noon to 3
p. m. : :..-.-.
Wednesday, July 31, 1912.
Makua R. R. Station 12 noon to 2
p. m. "'v.;' , ;.' '
C: Dl KALAIi OK ALA JR.,
Clerk, City and County of Honolulu.
; 5288 July 15, 16, 17,' 18, 19, 20
who once buys
clothes may be
relied upon as a
cr. And tne mans
tials could pos
sibly be offered.
No stronger ar
gument in favor
of you, too, be
coming a cus
tomer of the
We sell no infer
ior make for the
sake of greater
CLAIliC 1 '
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
The Western and Hawaiian Investment
Company, Ltd. 4
' RESOURCES AND LIABILITIES AS OF JUNE 23, 1312
."i Resources. ' '
Loans on Real Esate ......$111,747.50
Real Estate 3.919.50
Furniture and Fixtures .... 312.50
Cash in Hand and in Bank.. 671.92
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TirAS. started in
J. H. TOWNSEND
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Secretary, Harrison Mutual Burial
onolulu Tuly i
i g o 2 , making i t now ten years
During thatl time there have
4494 membership certificates
The Association has buried 65 9 of
its members, representing over 640
families in the Islands
SEALED TENDERS' will be received
at the Office of the City and County
Clerk, Room 8, Mclntyre Building, un
til 7:30 p. in. on the 29th day of July,
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, a bo, 10,710 square feet.
Plans, sfCclfications and blank forms
of proposal may be had upon applica
tion and a deposit of Five ($5.00) Dol
lars at the City and County Clerk's
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject anyror all bids and
to waive all defects. ,
D. KALAUAKALANI JR.,
5288-10t City and County Clerk.
Head Office .......... ......$115,832.71
Undivided Profits'.......... ' '
T Territory of Hawaii. City and County of Honolulu. V,
I, James B. Gibson. Manager of, The Western and Hawaiian Investment
Company, Limited, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Statement 1 tni
to the best of my knowledge and belief. -. - -
JAMES B. OIBSO.V. Manager,
v Subscribed and sworn o before me this 15th 'day of July, 1912.' " '
' HENRY C. HAPAL
5288-3t Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. H.
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STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS AT JUNE 2 1912
: Banks ............$
Loans on Real Estate .,...
Loans, Demand and Time...
Furniture and Fixtures
Stocks and Bonds ...
Other Assets .......
NEW - TODAY
There have only been levied seven
teen assessments of $1.00 each, and
no member has paid :n membership
tees 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 iuture, communicate
J. D. Marques, .Prest. J. H. Townsend, Sect. Phone 1
IN THE CIRCUIT "COURT OP 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
Edward K. Like of Honolulu, alleging
that Edward K. Like of HonolJhi 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
praying that Letters of Administration
issue to The First Trust Company of
Hilo. 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 appointed for hearing said Petition
in the courtroom of this Court in the
old Y. M. C. A. building in the City
and County of Honolulu, at which time
arid place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not be
granted. Dated, Honolulu, Jbly 15,
1912. By the Court: J. A. DOMIN'lS.
Clerk, Circuit Court of the First Cir-
cult. (Seal.) Wade Warren Thayer i
and W. S. Wise, attorneys for peti
tioner. '.;. V- ZJ
5288July i&5i9 Aug 5
.TENDERS,. WATER PIPE.
Capital, fully paid .$100,000.00
Trust and Agency Balances.
AIL other Liabilities
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS AT JUNE 29, 1912
Loans on Real Estate ......$110,776.61
Loans on Stock Shares...... 6,397.10
Installment Stock .........$ 83.177.43
Paid-Up Stock ............ 18.237.75
Reserve Fund 2.5A0.0O
Undivided Profits .......... 784.03
Bank Loan and Overdraft.. 10,474.42
L RICHARD H. TRENJIV President of the TRENT TRUST COMPANY.
LIMITED, and Secretary of the MUTUAL BUILDING & LOAN SOCIETY
OF HAWAII, LIMITED, do solemnly wear that the foregoing statements are
true to the best of my knoyledge and belief. ., '
- " S. " RICHARD H. TRENT.
Subscribed and sworn to before"me this 13th day of July, 1912.
ADELAIDE C FRANCA, :
Notary Public, First Judicial CircuiCTerritory of Hawaii.
5288 tf ".
The Board ; of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, will receive
bids until 12 noon of August 4, 1912,
for furnishing the following Galvanized
Water Pipe, to be delivered F. O. B.
1600'. of 3", 1500' of 2". 1000' of 2".
1000' of 1". 1500' of 500' of 1",
3300' of " and 2000' of pipe
length approximate. '
Also' Fixtures for above Pipe.
Bid to be ll the foot for Pipe and
by piece for Frures. ;
All bids to be accompanied by certi
fied check for 5 of amount bid.
J. H. MORAGNE.
County Road Supervisor.
For news and the truth about II, nil
people buy the StarRul!etIn.
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absorbs no odors. Fry onions ; then fry potatoes
and tlu potatoes will not taste of 'the ouions.
Tlie same Crisco can be nsel for ..fish, onions, then j
potatoes without the slightest odor being carnal froni
one to the other. '