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at a Glance.
(Management of R. Kipling)
OF PURE F
BURROWS SUCCEEDS IN
TONIGHT AT 8:15
HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, AUG. 12, 1912.
M THE W0MM'S WORLB
WORLD'S NEWS C0I1SED
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LAVS SHOULD BE EXTENDED
GtPflnlinPSS in HmiPhnlri UHI-
oieaminess in nousenoia uw
t IlieS NeeCIS FOrCe Of
It Is a source of everyday wonder
lhat Doctor Wiley did not extend his
lirc food laws more into matters of
lublic utility around the household.
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Lingerie needs protection from the
onslauKht of ignorant laundresses and
l&undrynicn. .almost as much as our
fetomachs from tlie commodities man
ufactured cheaply for human con-
uumptiou There are in this city less
than i a half dozen socal led steam
laundries and Innumerable Chinese
who launder clothing by hand. Men
s the more damaging to the mater,
ials has not been determined , Pjob-
ably because there is so little differ
tnce that a guess Is not worth while.
The great complaint is against the
cleansing powders used in the wash-
ing in lieu of fioap which 4s probably
more expensive and less damaging
to the clothing. In ninety-nine cases
out of one hundred a dress made of
material having for a design either a
strliMj or a figure of contrasting shade
will not be fit for wear after tMt
liret trip . to . the wash. After the
lourth trip all semblance to color, ex-
cept a pearly white, will have van
lhed. The- xnere fact that the. ma-1
teriali in women's -clothing are ex
I'ensiver seems not to occur to the
managers of the laundry, or if It
does, is not communicated to the
Good, f Old-Fashioned Soap Needed. '
The extra' 'post , of washing ,;by a
8 team-laundry-shbuld warrant the use
ol good, old-fashioned soap. Washing
powders should be left for 'lise . on
clothing discolored by oil or grease,
Kome that cannot be touched by soap,
but women's garments and men's neg
ligee shirts should have better' meth-
ods of -treatment . If housewives and
bachelor men would f rise v In ? the
might Invested k in them J a change
might be wrought, , and the change
would be appreciated by man and
V'pmeh alike. If, the force of moral
.'suasion ayafleth naught, the law, or
febmething that would persuade the
Laundrymen to make good for damage
inflicted migHt ring them to their
knees.' . ;
' At the present time , the cost of
washing is much higher than It was
.in - the old days when the Chinese
laundrymen did all of the work and
did It far moTe satisfactorily; than
the present , day ' workers. Several
j ears ago the ; family ; washing was
Tjrpught home by; Sing .l)ee :6r Johd.
He was paid -the sum of ka dollar and
a ' half and went away ' contented. ' In
those days the . housewives com
, plained so when a gown lost a speck
of It 8 color that .the men were com
pelled to aroid almost all - cleansing
. powders K on colored materials. ,
PAPER BAG COOKING.
; Papr bag , cooking seems , to v have
its drawbacks, though It has been so
satisfactory r "oh v the - average "that lt
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ALL K1XDS OF BOCK AXD
FlRKTliDfJD AJrD COAL;"-
: v .XJ VUJJES 5TUT. -
ALL OF THE
FROM THE BEST MEAT IN THE WORLD AT LOWER
THAN MAINLAND PRICES TO THE SMALLEST ITEM
FROM THE DELICATESSEN COUNTER MAY BE HAD HERE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS
Open Stook Dinnerware Patterns
MAKE THE PURCHASE OF A SET EASY
Buy a few articles today, add a few more tomorrow or next month, and
before you know you have a complete service.
This is the elastic plannot that the articles are made of rubber, for
they are made of clay, but because the idea admits of extension.
We have 37 OPEN-STOCK PATTERNS. The most fastidious can be
BLUE WILLOW WHITE AND GOLD HAVILAND SPRAY
50-Pc Set, $10.50 60-Pc. Set, $25.tX) 50-Pc. Set $22.50
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
: W. W. DIMOND & Co., Ltd., 53-57 King Street
eems destlned to remain in every
wen-reguiatei household, wniie the
exceptions to the rule are not numer-
ous, one Is reported that should bo
I interesting to those who have not yet
' trted; but end !?' .
gentleman and wife
ne at " Jou le"?h
Manager Heydenrich of the superior.
ity of paper-bag cooked meats over the
Jnvenna, le Q tlng. Heine
, . l9in
. .v" ,.,,,., K,, h.n
of the lard inside the bag, and then
lodging the beef also in the bag and
over the lard, and then fastening with
cQme with tne bags It
geeffied tQ lne lady and to
the Kentleman ag welL So easy to
Ue latter ,n factf tnat ne eipre8S..d
a belief tnat ,n tbe Vent of tne cock
lcavIng at any tlme OT even on a Ja
aneBe nolidayt It wouid be tne 8ln,.
plegt tnlng ln tne worId for hIm lo
prepare the meat and the bag and sit
Btlil for reguit8 to come. A purchase
of a bet of bags followed the conver-
sati0n with Heine, and the next 1ay
tne cook receiyed his first instructions
jn the modern style of cooking. He
savvied everything; he pointed the
8Dot where the lard should to. like-
Wf8e tne clips,' and then the housewife
feit that the Joint for that night would
be a marvel of cookery, for the cut
was a good one and the juice would
be retained with all of the flavor of
the beef, a After the usual delays at
meal, time, the roast was brought on
the table by the steward, and as the
head of the house cut into it there
was a .bright ! beefy red disclosed to
his vision; royal odors from the
steaming . beef, were absent and the
Jnice as not there. 'As it was not
"company night," the cook was called
Into the dining room to tell how-the
bag was used. Not being clear on the
matter, the gentleman and his wife
followed the boy to the kitchen, where
he illustrated the modur operandi, put
ting a dab of lard Into the bag, fasten
ing the opening with the clips . and
smoothing ' out the wrinkles. . After
this was done he laid the bag in the
'oven and placed the meat on top of it
The loss of the juice and the flavor
was explained, and until another cook
comes around this couple will stick, to
the old style. 1 . ' '
BOWEL -COMPLAINT IX CHILDREN
Children when teething-are liable 16
attacks of diarrhoea and this troubU,
especially in warm weather should
never be neglected. The best medi
cine in use for ailments of ths kind
Uu Chamberlaint Colic,: Cholera and
Diarrhoea' Remedy. ,:When reduced
with" water and sweetened, it it not
unpleasantwhich is of , great Import
ance when "giving medicine to chil
dren. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii.
"That statesman- says he -wants har
mony." ?. ,
".Yes, but Jiels' no. musician. His
IApA nf harmonv is permission in "do
a perpetual aolo." , . rrvr:"' '
SAND FOB COKCBGTE WOBK.
. Vy c T U. BOX ZlS
Tom Burrows succeeded in estab -
lishing the world's record for endur- o' Breeze, 111., ( 'aptain Larry Doyle of
ance club swinging he worked so bard the New York Giants, stands for six
for at the Empire from Wednes- round bouts, a city league, Sunday
day until Saturday of last week. At baseball and a half-mile track.
11.30 he had swung the clubs coitinu-1 The F. A. Kilburn of the Northern
ously for 80 hours, and for two min- Pacific company, en route from San
utes longer he kept it up. He then Francisco to Eureka was enveloped in
rested a few minutes, and was taen flames from burning oil, and the pas
to his home in a hack. sengers threatened with death ny luf-
Yesterday he had a long sleep, and focatton. The heroic work of the
is apparently none the worse for the ( crew saved both the paaengers and
terrific strain he has been under.
The Hawaiian Band will give a pub-
lie concert tbis evenine at Emma
Square, at 7:30 o'clock. The pro- A genius has been discovered in
gram: , Clark Arhton Smith of Auburn, Caiir..
March: Oh, You Beautiful Doll ' He is nineteen years old ard has writ-
(new) ....Moret ten poems worthy of raaxin? with
Overture: Jubel Flotow those of the world'r great poets.
Intermezzo: The Oceana Roll (new) ' An impeachment has been asked for
; Moret Justice Wright of the District of Co
Reminiscences of Balfe Godfrey Iwmtia supreme court because of a re
Vocal: Hawaiian Songs. ar. by Berger cnt decision against the labor leac-
Selectionr Pinafore Sullivan rs. Compers. Morrison and Mitchell
Waltz: Gilded Youth ... Waldteufel in connection with the Bucks Stove
Finale: Azalien Faust and Range case.
The Star-Spangled Banner. ( It Is expected that the wheat har
i sni I vest in the Northwest will break all
No man is half as brave as he wants
some" wSmah'"'t6vtbfrik'he4 Is."
SEE THE BARGAINS IN OUR
Begins Monday, Aug. 12
including all short lengths of SILKS, WOOLENS,
LAWNS, DIMITIES and all piece goods. ALSO
Specials in Draperies
FANCY SCRIMS, 30c Values at 20c. '
CURTAIN SWISSES, 25c Values at 10c,
i SILK0LINES, 15c Values at
1 The democratic candidate for mayor
"Wbitey" Lewis, one of the alleged
actual murderers of Herman Rosen
thal wiis captured at Freischmanns,
IS Y., just as he was about to taly a
train out or the state.
x v uivau iiioh cuui ajiM n.uiru uis
wife for disturbing his after-supper
n&D,by conversing in the next room.
Congress adopted a resolution ex
tending the appropriation of the last
fiscal year till August 15.
A prisoner at the Los Angeles coun
ty Jail killed one prisoner and wodnd
eu two at the breakfast table, because
tbev had been teaslner him.
Two little girls of Camenteria, Cali
fornia, narrowly eccaped death whe.n
pursued by a wild-cat Their dog at
tacked the animal and held hlu own
till men with guns arrived.
The Chicago gambling saloon of J
Emanuel Abrahams, democratic lead
er of the West Twelfth street district
was wrecked by a bomb. Jealously of
his political leadership caused the at
tempt on the life of Abrahams.'-
An athletic club, exclusively for
women Is to be eretfd In Los An
geles. It .cost $1,250,000. "
Two xuads ,of, police were called
out to quell the riot women strikers
In thi streets of New York. THr
strikers were women of t he furrier
, Cleveland Ohio has opened a muni
cipally conducted dance-hall, the firs
to be tried in the country. Men must
vear coat and all raeglng is taredr.
But- the price 6f tickets is lower than
that of the other danie halls. r
Arkansar has broucht stfjt against
Z0 old line insurance companies Jrf-th"
Etate for violating laws or 1873 and
1S75. The .state expects to collect
$4,265,000 in back taxps.
The Ohio stake of $5000 was won In
! - m r I
son or ninKara.
E. W. Wilson of Waukee, Wash.,
was killed by a bullet from his friend's
rifle. The latter was shooting at a
target and the bullet richocheted from
a. cliff. .
The California . grand jury has rec
ommended jail terms as a penalty for
auto speeding. ,
A biplane at the race track at Sau
gU3.Mass., capsized throwing its oc
cupants. Farnum Fish. Los Angeles
J fator hhd a tpaisengerV 50 feetfto
i the ground. Neither was hurt.
Nicaragua is again in revolt The
capital has been cut off from com
munication. Failure of crops, famine
and ill economic conditions hare caus
ed the uprising.
The gunner's mate who was sen-!
tenced to a year's hard labor and dis-j
honarble dismissed from the service'
because he refused to submit to vac-'
cination, has decided to be innoculat
ed. Senator Works, who upheld him
in his attitude is encouraging him to
To collect a debt of $2000 from Pat
rick Calhoun, The Mcintosh Hardware
Co. has procured an order of court for
the sale of his Cleveland residence, i
Rock Springs, Wya, is threatened
with inundation as a result of a cloud-,
burst in the mountains above the
It is rumored that papers are in(
the hands of the Philadelphia authori
ties implicating high officials in the
police department of that city In num
erous robberies. It is said that a bur
glar has written a confession expos
ing the system. i
A cloudburst in themountalns above
Colorado Springs flooded the parks of
that city destroying valuable shrub
bery. The deadlock in Congress oyer the
operation - of the Panama canai may
make it impossible to open the canal
next year. (
General Orozco, head of tlic Mex
lean rebels, refused to recognU the
United States government we wel
comed General Edwards, , United
States consul, as an American citrzen
but not as a representative of the
government r (
A dozen freight steamers are tied
up at Duluth by. the stevedores' strike
at the Northern Pacific docks, f .
The famous Southern Hotel of St
Lous has closed down owing to the
refusal of the managers to give the!
lease price demanded by the land own
ers. .. . - , . v-
..The Matanuska toal fields are being
investigated with a view to obtaining
fuel for the navy coaling station to, be
established at Seward, Alaska.
The plea for universal suffrage will
be one of the planks in . the platform
of the Roosevelt .party, , , j ,, v
In a collision between suburban
trains on the Central Brazilian rail
way, Rio Janeiro, one hundred per
sons were killed or injured. : I
TT.lt.. Ot. .ffl.l.U ... .n..f -.
attack the Bill Posters Association of
the United States and Canada as "the
most despotic trust In America.' ;
Sir" Harry Westwood Cooper, well
known criminal and "lady killer, has
been arrested in Sydney;;N. S.W.
It is more "than suggested -that the
reasons for the "retirement of . Jack
Johnson, the pugilist Is his fear, of
losing ' f
.Mrs.' Louise. Lindloff, the , Chicago
spiritualist, accused of murderlng'her
15-year-old son, has erected a shrine
to him in her. prison cell, and wor
ships before it daily.
Mrs. Mary Stringham, born in Mas
sachusetts, and a Utah pioneer of
184S, has just died in, Los Angeles.
John Thomas Allen, an eccentric
peddler, and said to be the brother of
Viola Allen, the actress, was found
dead in the street in New Orleans.
U. S. cutter Areata seized six Traser
river salmon fishing boats off Point
Roberts for operating ln American
WOULD GO IN 1908!
- A. M. Kendall deals in shoes In Col
orado City, Colo, His friend Abend-
sban is a grocer. Both had Blight's!
Disease. Kendall's hands and , legs
were swollen with dropsy and at his
age (seventy years) he was In badr
shape and thought the end was in
sight. He received information that
resulted in his recovery. Three
months later he wrote that he could
not get enough to eat and wanted to'
know how long it was necessary to
continue. He told Abendshan, whose
doctors had also told him there was
no help for him and bad advised him
to settle up his accounts. Abendshan
also recovered. This was in 1908. On
December 12, 1911, we wrote Kendall
to know how hefwas getting along.
His reply was, "I am all right. Saw
Abendshan this morning and be is all
Honolulu Drug Co. is agent for Ful
ton's Renal Compound. Ask for
pamphlet and write to John J. Fulton
Company, 645 Battery street, San
Francisco, if not improving the third
They Just Keep On
Going to the
To Laugh at
And ser the very latest and up-to-date
PHOTO PLAYS. Better than the
so-called lirst-run pictures.
WHITE MAN'S BURDEN (Indian)
STIKE'S BATTLE (Drama)
AUNT MARIE'S SUBSTITUTE
XRWKFi THAN' THE XEWF.ST IX
Prices, 10c and 15c
Two Performances 7:30 and 9
Management of lien Wise
t ! IrTl
Of the -
Pollard Opera Co.
By Special Request
(Special Topical Hits in the Famous
Song, Tve Got Them n the List")
N.B. Curtain Rises at 8:15 Sharp
Reserved Scats, 50c; General Admit-
- sion, 15c and 30c V
Box Office Opens 10 a. m. Phone 2660
Management ol R. Kipling
DO NT MISS THE NEW FILMS
DO NT MISS THE NEW FILMS
OONT.MISS THE NEW FILMSV
DONT MISS THE NEW FILMS
DONT MISS THE N EW Fl LM S
1140 FORT 8TREET ;
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The MILLER CARBO
TREE has in it a Cart
ridge which absorbs and
destroys all impurities, to
gether with the natural
moisture of the foot, ev
ery night, and gives you
a cleaner, drier and
sweeter - smelling shoe
than a new one.
Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 FORT STREET
Only establishment on the Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
if lor msn to advektise in
Anywhere at Anytime, Call On or
E. C. DRAKE'S ADVERTISING
151 Sansome Street " San. Francisco
ALL NEW;Clv :;- lt.:,.
Cltan Comedy, Scintillating Wit
I that Whistling kind of ffsw c
Popular' Music ;
i Raymonti Teal will wreck 'th.it f
"Blueaon tho rock of Lau.blr. : (
cdy,,witi his new and Jalzsltatl:
ctaity.. ' ,t. v- . . : ;.;
PICTURES YOU'VE NEVER C
"If you haven't had a hearty Uu
-: tout a week or two
'-"If iyouvo,had a dark-bro'.vn t
k from dark till light
Just grab a quiet hour for tho ;
. - f- urea overdue
And watch them pfay "TOO f
V I WIVES tanljhL
FEATURE FILM 3 FOR FA
FOLKS ';...?" ;
REGULAR PRICES CAf!Z T
' DaszDal! fcr C::..
Vj r .V 4 AUGUST 11
1:33 P. A. C. vs. HAWAII :
7 3:20-1. A. C. vs. 0TAH3
;!'-J';-;'-m . '; ,
Reserved Seats for center cf r
stand and wines can be fcocA- J
Ol Hair & Son's Sportlnsr De: irt
(entrance King fctrcet) up to 1 i .
after 1 p. ru at M. A, Gunst c.
Klhg and Fort.'
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Th Expert Watehmakir
1123 FORT STREET
Color Black and Tan -SALE
BEGINS MONDAY; JULY ;1i
Fort Street, Near Berttanla
Has an entire new line of llata ar. 1
Trimmings Just from the Eastern mar
kets. Drop in and fce theifc.
Beautiful , Carved Ivc,
and Sandalwood Fans. '
t HAWAII & SOUTH SE
- Young Buildin3