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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, AUG. 17, 1912.
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Specials for Monday, Aug. 19
In sizes 2 to 10 years, made In Russian style and Sailor Waists;
white and colors.
Prices $1.00-to $4.50
. , :r 2.- . - v ? - ' -f i
In Floral Deslgnsjand Potka Dots, and .herders of same pattern;
suitable for Kimonos and Dressing Sacques. AM
10c per yard
'.From C to 14 years; made'of best grade' Galatea, Gingham ana
Percales, with Embroidery Trimming and Colored Pipings.
Prices $1.25 to $5.00
HONOLULU. LOCAL-SOCIALIST PARTY
: w . . PUBLIC LECTURE
' i. WILL - 8 PEAK ON ;
V ' School Plant
V SUNDAY; EVENING, AUGUST 18,; 1912, 7:30 'O'CLOCK v ? .
SAN ANTONIO HALL " VINEYARD STREET, NEAR EMMA'
A'"Soda Fountain for .
Come In and see our new. fountain
It will please you appeal to your
love of Ihe artistic
: It's cleannot ordinarily clean but
You will enjoy reading the "Pledge
of Purity,", a dainty little booklet of
. suggestions. It's free Just ask for it.
' All glasses washed In antiseptic so
lution. All straws- in sealed envelopes.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
OF VALLEY ISLE
WAILUKU, Aug. 16 Dr. William
usmers amvea mis Meek from a
I month's trip to toe Coast. The short
j vacation has done him a great deal
of good. His host of friends are glad
i to s?e him back again and that he
j looks so well. He spent five days
j while away with his mother, now
about 70 years of age. He found her
; in pretty good health. The rest of the
j vacation about ten days the doctor
j spent in the great forests of the Yo-
Semite. He says he never enjoyed ten
days of pleasure more keenly. Dr. B.
J Bruce Beasley, who substituted for Dr.
lOsmers, returned to Honolulu this
I Dr. Albert Bowen, interne at the
Queen Hospital, Honolulu, is substi
tuting for Dr. Frank E. Sawyer, who is
government physician for Kihei and
Puunene, and hospital physician at
Puunene. Dr. Sawyer has gone to the
Coast. for a much-needed vacation. He
will be away fo three months.
Dr. Edgar Young, who graduated
eight years ago from the Honolulu
High School, and well known in Ho
nolulu by the young people of the city,
has taken up practise at Kahulul. He
is under regular appointment ity the
railroad and will be given some of the
work of Puunene plantation, which
was too heavy for one physician to
carry alone. It is likely, too, that
when he can sparejthe time, he will
be called to Waifuku to assist in
that part of Maui, where the. work
also IS unusually, exacting, and de
mands more time than one physician
can usually give. His coming to Maui
is much appreciated by the other phy
sicians here as well as the people as
a whole. He has brought with him
his wife and child. A new house will
probably be erected in Kahului on the
beach on-tbe- WaiIuku side of the cot
tage occupfi Tsy Elmer R. Bevins.
Dr. Young is a graduate) of the
Cooper Medical School of San Fran
cisco, and while in that city he had a
laboratory of his own.
; Dr. W. F. McConkey has resigned
as medical superintendent of the Maui
County Farm, having passed in his
resignation at the last meeting of the
Board of Supervisors. The board pass
ed him a hearty vote of thanks. Dr.
Charles B. Durney was appointed, to
succeed Dr. McConkey, and began his
duties on the first of August It is
understood ttat he will settle with his
l family in Kula at the sanitarium. Dr.
Durney is very popular and will make
a great addition to 'the Maui medical
fraternity. Mrs. W. E. Foster left Kula
last week with her young son. She
worked at the, sanitarium uatil her
successor could arrive and begin tak
ing care of the- inmates of the sani
taritnri'. -She wUt be greatly missed? in
the work, as' she has put aher whole
heart Into it dad done much excellent
WOMEN AS NUNS
Man High-Born. DamesiPre-
Feel poorly most of the time
stomach bad appetite poor all
rundown? You should try
at once. It has helped thousands
who suffered from
and will aid you, too.
For sale by Benon. Smith & Co,
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Hilo
Drug Co. and at all wholesale liquor
MARINE ENGINEERS BENEFICIAL
ASSOCIATION NO. 100.
The members of this Association
are hereby notified to attend a Special
Meeting, to be held on Sunday, August
18,, at 2:30 p. m., at the Association
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS. AND
All gas piping inside the property,
line which is buried underground and
is intended to be connected to the
Honolulu Gas Company's sialns, must
be dipped and wrapped in .accordance
with the Gas Company's specifica
tions. The Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
will supply this piping properly treat
ed, or will take in exchange an equal
amount of galvanized pipe if fitted
with higtt pressure couplings.
fit. L, STRANGE,
Manager, Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
8mu MOB! ' LOOK
Something New In
As we have just received a large shipment of Granite and Marble
from the Eat, we are obliged it sacrifice some of our stock to make
room for the goods which arrived on the Alaskan. All stock which
we now have in the yards are reduced so as to meet the requirements.
i. If VOU are in ned of anvlkiini in n 1 1 f lin it will naw vnu in mmm
t j a ... f . ...... r j j - -. -
,t.J have a look at our stock, as it is the most complete line of its
i kind in Honolulu.
We are also in position to do all kinds of coping around your Ibt
at the cemetery at a reasonable price.
Honolulu Monument Works; Ltd.
KING AND PUNCHBOWL STREETS
LONDON, Aug. 2. No incident
since' the conversion of Princess-. Ena
to Roman Catholicism has aroused so
much Interests in society circles as the
announcement that the only child and
heiress of the Earl of Ashburnham
has renounced the world and decided
to become a nun. Her action recalls
the determination of many other wo
man born in high places who have
preferred the austere life of the clois
ter to the glamor and excitement of
Mayfair or Belgravia. -
The .Duke of Norfolk's two sisters,
Lady Minna Howard and Lady Ethel
dreda Howard, belong to the Sisters
of Charity. Lady Edith Fielding, a
sister of Lord Denbigh, belongs to the
same order and cheerfully endures
exilo in'a convent in China. Lady Ma
ria Christina Bandini, daughter of
Lord Newborough, whose wtfe:l an
American, is at a Sacre Coeuf con
vent in Belgium. Lady Frances Ber
tie, Lord Abingdon's sister, resides in
a convent near London, and Lady Leo
pold ing Keppel, sister of Lord Albe
marle; is a nun of the Sacred Heart,
the order to which Lady Mary Ash
burnham has elected to belong.
The two'8i8tere of Lord Clifford of
Chudleigh, are both nuns, as are the
two sisters of Lord French, the commander-in-chief
of thf British army,
who can also claim as his sister Mr.
Despard, one of the most militant and
picturesque figures in the suffragist
movement Miss Leonie Dormer, sis
ter of Lord Dormer, is a nun, and yet
another nun is Miss Cicely Arundell.
sister of the twelfth Lord Arundell of
Wardour. The Hon. Mary and Mar
garet Russell, daughters of the late
Lord Rusself. chief justice of England,
belong to the convent of the Holy
Child at Mayfield in Sussex, while his
three sisters one of whom spent fifty
years in 'Frisco devoted their lives
,,to the religious vocation The Hon.
Violet Gibson, daughter of Lord Ash
bourne, late lord chancellor of Ire
land, in spite of protests of her pa
rents, elected to join the conventual
life, and so did the stepdaughter of
the present Lord Morley, whose views
on religious matters generally excite
the wildest speculation.
In several cases whole groups of
sisters are lost to the world within
the walls of convents. For instance,
no fewer than four sisters of the pres
ent Duchess of Norfolk are nuns; as
are three sisters of the fourteenth
Lord Petre: one is a Sister of Charity:
the others belong to the order of the
Good Shepherd and reside in convents
at Cardiff and Glasgow. Four of the
aunts of the present Lord Camoys,
who is married to an American wife,
chose the cloistered life, devoting
themselves to the work of relieving
the poor and the sick.
FvprylWris in the iirlntlnsr Hn at
Stiir-Rullotln. Alakea strw-t; branch.
WATER TO BE SHUT OFF.
The Government "water will be shut
off from 8:30 a. m.' t6'12 m. on Mori
dayr Atignstn-J. '"tytpffi the" aisfticf
of Kalihi mauka and'.makai of Hough
tailing road to Kahaujki while making
repairs to the main pipe line.
J. ?M. LITTLE, .
Superintendent, Honolulu Water
Honolulu, August li, 1912.
First-class motorcycle repair man
(white). Apply Honolulu Motor
SuppryTXtd., Nuuanu, nr. Beretania.
Everyone to know that W. K. Mac
pherson, Room 6 Cunha Office Bldg.,
x78 Merchant St., makes p'fcecialty
of mail boxefs for resident 1 These
boxes , are attractive, weaker-proof ,
and CTpntlv facilitate the' delivery
of mail, and are endorsed. by tuej
postof fice authorities. Prices 75c up. j
. Phone" 2500. Also Star route boxes
for out-of-town delivery from J1.50
up. Samples shown any time. i
ROOM AND BOARD.
A family hotel in the best residence
section of Honolulu. ' Rooms and .
board reasonable. Under new man-
agemept Phone 1332. 1049-50 Ber
etania Ave. Shady Nook.
ONE PLUCKY WOMAN
CAPTURES A BANDIT
"Covers" and "Hog Ties" the'
Leader of Desperate Gang
Who Had Eluded Armed
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120 LOTS 40 by 80 feet for
sale at Kalihi, right on King
Street, near the Kalihi bridge.
Prices range from $350 to $500
Liberal discount will be al
lowed for cash.
Terms are very tiny.
Land Co., Ltd.
W. C. Achi
nr. np.n . ..
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AUGUST 24th W 26th
And His Superb Company In the Screamingly Funny
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BOX SEATS ...
LOGE SEATS ..
FIRST ROW, BALCONY
ROWS B AND C, BALCONY
BALCONY, LAST THREE ROWS
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Seats on sale at, the Hawaii Promotion Office, Yeung Bulldin;,
Monday, jnorning at 9 o'clock;. Phone P4!li:: V:.,.'u;: s
CRAIG. Colo., August r. After suc-
1 cessfully eluding heavily armed pos
ses from three counties for a week,
William Sartelle, alias umiam Aior-,
irl tn hp fhp lpadpr of a deSDer-
A&Af J- V w ' v - m
ate gang of outlaws from the Hole in .
the Wall country, Wyoming: and who an(j a naif feet eotn," said --roiessor
escaped from the jail here with two Keith, "but the ground in which it was
companions last Tuesday morning, preserved vftis unbroken, and the
yesterday was made a" prisoner by a bones themselves testify to antiquity
woman. j by their form. Here is a box showing
Mrs. Annie Decker, wife of a Snake you the material from which we ex
river rancher, "coveted"' the outlaw traded it.
with a revolver while he was eating a I "First there is soil. then, a bowlder
meal which she had prepared for him' clay layer riddled with chalk, and then
at the point of a gun. The plucky midglacial sand. The skeleton was
woman disarmed the bandit, then found Just where the bowlder clay
"hofftied" him. ' meets the midglacial sands, and Its
! Afterward she telephoned Deputy preservation is due to the chalky g!a-
Sheriff James Davis of Carbon boun- c!al sand. One may calculate, pernaps
; ty, W5"o., and until his arrival the wo
SENATORS TO SEE PEARL HARBOR,
CAPTAIN, OF ASIA NOW. DECKHAND,..
TERRITORIAL BON DS TAKEN,
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PRINCESS . KA WAN ANAK0 A DENIES TITANIC
FUND CREDIT, ' ' . -
ARMY-POSTS JO CUT OUT PHONES,
CLUB . LIQUOR LICENSE QUESTION ANSWERED,
Arf titles of news items that appeared
in this paper YESTERDAY twenty?
four hours ago-jand were given to the
public while they were Jiews.
and so one may conclade that our' "However, Jhet remarkable. thing . la
friend belonged to a stage ofadvanced 1 the similarity of form between this
that the man dates from 300.000 or civilization. The forehead is sloping, earliest -Europeani-and ourselves.' "n
man wos alone with hft prisoner. Sar- 400,000 years ago. for all the beds of tut quite similar to our own foreheads, fact, the later 'Neanderthal' man is ' ;
telle is now in iail at Dixon. Wvo ! the rivers of England were cut out ere is a tit or it me supra-ormiai quite oia-rasnionea, so 10 speajt, w:
! subquently to the period marked, by
W. K. Macpherson is taking orders the bowlder clay and glacial sands.
Lone just above the eyes, ana you , this man. in most of the configuration
note that it is not pushed to the ex-joi his skeleton, is of our own time.-If
for nftil boxes. He has a line of the Profeeor Keith took up the jawless treme and menacing development of I oud surmises are correct, this means - f ;
swellest thing in the mail box line bead of the skeleton and pointed to the later 'Neanderthal' man. Again, that, physically, modern nan wa a';';,1
ranging from 75c up. Samples may the cast of the brain formed bv the look at the tibia. It is not razor-like, j developed creature before the begin- , - -
be seen in his office, room 6, Cunha infiltration of the bowlder clay. a Neolithic man's tibia was, but semi- ning of the glacial period.. Tttese two.v;
buildinc. 78 "Merchant St. He is also "There is the third frontal convo'n- cvlindrical: and nerhaps this . man types of primitive man existed side tv ;
agent for Star route boxes for out-of- t:on you notice, with which speech is valked in some peculiar way wcich j sfde, but one type endured." -London j 1