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HONOLULU STAK-BULLliTIN, TnUKSDAT, AUG. 29, 1912:
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lit, By Noted
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Mrs; Tohn Bidwell, Now Visitor In Honolulu
Interested In Club-Endeavor Alone Sincere
Lines Comments on Honolulu
;.::.-V:' BY MIRIAM
One of California's best-known and
" best-loved women, Mrs-Jotn Bidwell,
Of Chlcd, Is visiting : Honolulu now,
.-and an hour spent with her reemtiy
v Bho7s why she is so umvenally loved
and 'why she is one of the Golden
- State's gracious "grande dames"
, ; Her one thought seems to be to aid
V ethers and ; the greater ; part of her
time is spent helping those who are in
"need of help. There are many yotmR
women, who today are very grateful
for the benefits, spiritual, moral, and
financial, that they have received - a
the hands of this generous little lady,
Do (Jt think for a moment that Mrs.
'Bidwell herself . told me of Uia thmx
which the has done; for she Is verv
raodest arid reticent about telling her
part In-this ortrof work."1
, Had t ; not been told that M rsl B'r.
well "was kind and lovely 1- showP
never have had the courage to ga up
to her room in th Moana, when: she
accorded me this Interview. .Sjpme of
the lady tourists who are Interviewed
' here, corae downstalrc and In abrupt
.'. tones ak the rcoorter-wcpt ie or,sh
wants and then in a few short scnten
ces answers their queftioni.' Mrs.'BId-
well however proved to .be an exrep 1
. J1on. She Is a little-lady wih snor:
7 te hair, deep ray, eyes and;tf;
bftest.of white sllcn and her manners
are to ' gentle tint no one could pos
sibly be afraid of her, .', .' ' .
I.Irs. BidweU was very pleased wih
Honolulu and vhen aslced what sa
thecpht of the jilice nbe' eaid "Hcno
lulu ls.tfce most beautiful and restfu
report that.t hve evertisWeOnd -.1
, hrrve visited a good many of them ir
ray travel. 'She was;murh -Impressed
, as are all viritors to the Ubr5?
with the volcano in its-, wonderful
beauty. rOur trip to Haw-il,,: said
rhe, "was delishtful,Mand ' the drive
through the forest' -of -ferns was far
rrore beautiful than rour imagination
rnd pictured. We have not had one
clrcpriintment during out visit to th?
' islar!rf and our trip has. been one Clt"
reRflon of delightful sumrl8es. Mrs
' Indwell and her party like all other
fouritita went sround the Inland ahd-I
' breaking--'of. it- ihe said, "our trip
around the Inland .was a great Kur
priRe, in what has been done by Got
end nan, In the wonderful scenerv :
' Rnd'lhe culfivation: anfr. Troductsof j
the ccIL Tte 'r.arty; vVUed some of j
the suirir plantations and as tne mills
were closed were unable to see the
different processes through whirh . the
rnne i;oes, T.efore It ,is sbiDped. At
the pineapple plantation, however, fori
' tiT favored them. Thop in charge
or the Libby -McNeill & Libby cannery
Rlioved then how . the pines are pre
pared for market' The cleanliness In
this cannery end eS!ciency withwhi;h
the work is carried on seemed to Im
P'-efs these people more than anything
. ' else. , . - --.''.'' ;.;v--
lneretted In Mission Work; V .
Mrs. Bid well is -greatly' Interested
In all mission work, and the little,
- time the Jhad tQ , spend In Honolpiu.
v after Bhe had found where some of the
misfions were.' was: spent visiting
"i rou?ht in "vain for cublished
rtices of the mission, stations but
none, as they twere not in the
hctel, and .the pcorle of whom I; In
quired regarding them, were them
selves strangers, and- could give ririe
' roMnformition she said. . .
We have been in business In hlt town
for some time, and--we are looking to
build up trad by; alwa-s advising our
patrons right, "r ' - , : ., v.rv.
. So when we tell you ' that! we . have
found tne ecrema remedy ana that we
tand back of It with the manufacturer's
Iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend tipon it that we eive our
adyice not in order to sell & few bottles
of medicine to skin sufferers, but be
cause -we know how It will help our
business If we help our patrons.; .
- We keep In stock and sell, all the well
known kin remedies. But we will say
this : If you are suffering from any
kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis,
rash or tetter, we want you to try a full
site botUe .of D. D - b. Prescription, j
And. IX-it dots not do (he work, this
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
, Open Stooli Dixmerwaro Patterziis
, ? '.MAKE THE PURCHASE OF A; SET; EASY v '
Buy a few4irtlcles today, add a few more tomorrow or next month,
, before, you. know you have a complete service.
. t This is the elastic plan not that the articles are made of rubber, for
they are made of clay, but because the idea admits of extension.
We have 37 OPENTOCK PATTERNS. The most fastidious can be
Ited. ; ' . . , - ' .. ...
.UE WILLOW WHITE AND GOLD HAVILAND-SPRAY
-PC Set, $100 T 0-Pc Set, $25.00 , 60-Pc Set, $22.50
; ; " SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
u, uii.iuuu a to.,
Her Sex Pointed
While riding In the tftr one day she
at last found a lady who was able to
give her some information ; as to the
whereabout of . the y settlements and
i he was greatly impressed with them.
"Mrs. Restarick commented 'to me on
thr rarity of tourists evincing any in
terest in the mission work In Hono
lolu slid Mrs. ; Bidwell. "'This ab
sence of interest, I believe, is due to
the ,,ltck of publicity given the work
here, in pullic notices of which the
tourists might, avail them?elves. As
ttated above Mrs.' Bidwell spent' the ,
greater part of her time here vislt'n
the mlsf Ions, and It was with regreC
she sa'd, that she was unable to se
all of the homes for the homeless. !
an 1 impressed with the Crisslonnrv
spirit' of the people -here; as-reported
at " the various misslpns. T was eur-"
prised' at the magnitude of the EnIro-:
4i Work here ,and. th ma!?nl,'ret
be Udln gs. I am particularly Imprs8-f
ed with iPalama . Settlement. .'.w:!;
seems to embody the true rpirty of our:
Ixrd? the : fellowship inculcael
among' the different; races participate
Ing In ' the benefits f of that mission,"
'givenr;wIthout chrge:''-'' T;$ .
The work at this raisslori has been
gratifyinsr to oot only the tourists who
hateTifited It but also to. the resi
dents ot. Honolulu who have watched
it grow. Although Mrs; Bidwell did
not meet Mr. Rath she safd that she
cculd see that Poth he, and his assist- ;
ants had accomplished much. ; As is
the case with all who7 have teen those .
who receive benefits at Palama, the
ft Uowshlp .that exlrts among the chil
dren and" grown -ups there Mrs. Bid-
well recognized the Importance of the
work and the efficiency with, which It
Is carried out It is quite natural that
such should be. the .case. with ote,v"3o;
comes. from a community not so cos
mopolitan a our own. : ' - .-v.-,; ; :-:
Visits Schools."' ; ' . .
i ' Mrs. Bidwell alro visited jKameSt
meha school and the BlFhon Mnseum. .
"I am greatly, impressed; .with; the, ex
tent, of the work done at the Kame
ha meha. Schools. and with the Bishop
Museum. I feel grateful In behalf of
woman for the beautiful tribute' to
Bernice Patiahi Blshopthathas been
inscribed in the f Museum." "She was a
great lights ber wdple?rr';
? When. I asked - Mrs. Bidwell - If he
were : a Club Woman 'shtf laughingly
rreat many club: whose work was' tor
the betterment of humanity. " Atthe
present time sne is very mucn .mxer
ested in the work that has been, and
i being done, for the boys In Califor
nia.; -The boys are taking , up . a great
share of the clubwoman's ; time Jn;st
now as they, are all working to' the
end that the " gambling so prominent
in the young toys nature may be ab
olished; to some extent at least and
that " they, may.; become interested , in
games and all jl ports for the sports
themselves, and not for. any prize that
may come to toe successful contest'
ant -Mrs.' Bidwell when asked if she
rtallv ; believed . in .womans' clubs re
plied, l not only v believe. In what' I
censider proper,; club life but am a
member of many clubs, and . believe in
value of the association on every line
of work which cultivates patriotism
intellectual " moral and spiritual life,
for the : members and through them
the world at large. I v '
bottle will cost you nothing You alone
tp Judge.- : .; .; . : r - 'j '
- - Again and again we have seett'how a
few drops of this simple wash applied
to the skin, takes away the Itch, in
stantly. And - the cores all Beem to be
permanent - ' '
D. IX D. Prescription made by the
JX D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, is
composed of r. thymol, glycerine, oil of
wintergreen and other healing, soothln?.
coolln? ' ingredients. - And If you are
Just crazy with -Itch, you ; will feel
soothed and cooled, the Itch absolutely
washed away the moment you applied
.this JX D. IX ? '- - -" . v t
- We have made fast friends of
thaa one family by recommending- tb
remedy ..to a. skin'y sufferer here . and
there and we want you to try it now
on our positive no-pay guarantee
Liu., Dd'Di uuig Jirtci
j "It grieves me that so many Intel
lectually' grana "wouieu 01 caarmia
personality, waste; tremendous .God
given powef at games: of ctahcetor
the. obtaining of some bahble which
they would consider toa Insignificant
to purchase- themselves, bat which
gains value in their eyes from the
chance element which is inherent in
1 the human heart, good and bad- I be
lieve that the whole problem of riving
tie boys from gambling dens would
te tolved If mothers would banish this
element from their social life. Sure.7
the mire of saving the boys would be
r worth any self denial tr appreciated.
and would far exceed any gratification
derived from a game of chance."
As I rose to leave Mrs. Bidwell stop
ped me and said. "Before I leave I
want to sav that we have enjoyed the
Moana Hotel in all Its refinement and
HER WEDDING WILL
TAKE; PLACE SOON
IThose engagement to Ottr. X. P. Poti
18 announeed. 'v.
'-'' Why do so many of the fellows
tc the big dances stag?" ?On accoi
oT ; the scarcity . of doe, rerhaps."
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vA SSin of Beauty is a Joy Fori r "ve jDlJ1Ifiir
' - ' !,ea to appear at th
r CREAM OR yAfifCAL BEAU!
I ink i BniaB f Tllk
Bub, ni 8k ui
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UAr of the h'it-
ton "patient) :
"At you. UJiM
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f3HniHilvi fnNt ft tk teDt bftfmfol of ftll tbt
Un prpftriions," Knr Mi by mil drncsM sad Fftnc? ;
QoodVlK'&iert hi fee United Sutea, CaniMU ftnd. Europe
hKIT.OMS. P'CBs 37 Ettjl Jncei Sbwt lWt
Suitable for Morning
These garments are neatly trimme4 in All
. Over Embroidery, Fancy Buttons, and
Pipings of Contrasting Colors
Sizes from 14 to 44
Popular Prices - $7.50 to $15.Q0
New Laces Dnchess,
. ! nniVFR RIRHTS
iAfter a five years legal struggle
Id obtain her dower rights, 31 rs. ' Maria
K. Ena,, widow of the late John Ena
former president of the :" lnter-Islarid
Steam Navigation Company,' yesterday
won her case, when :ircuit,tidgef .
(.WyCft 111 a. UCtiOiiJ b"'tu iiuui
bench, granted her ?3 7,0d0, 'tit which
?5000 is toJt;e paid 4own . and ;ttie re
mainder at J5000 per annum,' Vith ;?
per cent interc&t ori' deferred "pay
On the death of Mr. Ena,"wh6' was a
prominent figure in Hawaii in the
early days, an. estate of ! $188,000 ' was
left witft a vill providing that after
all debts were paid the estate was to
be divided equally betweeh the widow
and seven children. This gave the
widow only 900 a year, much less
than she would receive under the doW
er, and she immediately began suit to
establish her dower rights. The Ha-
waiiau Trust company and Rev. Fa
ther. Valentin, trustees under tne win,
were made dctendants.1
Th widow now resides "at - Pasa
dena, Cat., and Attorney C. F. Peter
son represented her in court yester
day. Attorney Marx, representing the
defendants, has been granted time to
determine the wetned of payment, ,
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE r
LUAU IS CHANGED
" The. Hawaiian luau, which was to
have been given by tne Woman's Suf
frage Association of Hawaii (nono-po-litlcal),
at Aaia park on Saturday.
Aueust 31: from 1 o'clock n. m. to 5
o'clock p. nwhas teen changed to the
Hawaiian aimory, miuka of' the . ex.
, - ecutive grounds, on the same date and
time. ; . ! . . -. i ' : - -. .
,-This is the first Woman's suffrage
: luau in the history of Hawaii. . The
tables will be in chafge of the follow
ing ladies; Mrs. J,,MDowsett hon
- orary-. president; Mrs. Manuel Reis,
: Mrs.. Sera Ka-li, . president; Mrs. Iwa
Pihenui, president of Laic suffrage so-
cicty ; Mrs. , M. . Kaleikau, vice 4 presi
dent; Mrs: Cecilia K, Saarpe secre.
4 tary; Miss .E. K. Poepcc, Mrs. J . H.
'Wilson, member of the -executive com-
Vmittee ; Mrs. Nahea Reohokli, member
of the executive committee; Mrs.' Ke-
ituni maunaioa, assistant;. Airs,. ia
mauu, Mrs. KuJaula.-Nawahine.v pre si
dent of KahanaJBuff rage- society.
i M1V vatp I'm? PPPCinrvT
, J I V AU M.VM.rn .JL HliUM. i:ttJL
YiAug. 20. Near
new voters are expect-
t the Dolls this "year: ac
Icordine to an'.estimataCnrenarefl hrA
for the Republican ; national commit
tee, v There wilt be-,3,650,000 malfe -votr
ers enfrafachised byagm atoneand. 1,-
citizens, There TViin, be',24,332:ao
male voters.5 Thenumbei of-Wdmen
is . estimated at' 1,667,006 mikifi 1 i td-1
tal , approximately: of J. 26,000,O0O"per-
r w , . ....... I ., . - .... ,
i sons wnot may vote for -president-:It(
vaicio icfo.M,4oiuu engipie vo-
ters and the number of vdleU cast' Was
14,888,442.- - - ' - ' ' -
? By a compromise between-the sen
ate and the house, Annie ' R. Sehieyi
lwidow of Rear Admiral Schley, .will
get a pension of 5 100 Ya month. The
house wanted the figure fixed at 'T75
and the senate at 150j . '
All ;, 1
Coldr ( '
or Afternoon Wear
Princess, & Belgian
. : ; Srczzi cf Tcrizr .
AT THE OPERA HOUSE,
'The Campus" tooight and .at
matinee Saturday, and then
Joy ifor a spell. Such is the prograpi
laid out by the" Ferris' Hartman Opera
Company at the Hawaii Opera House,
where. Hartman and his pretty girls'
and clever actors have been - making
a great, big, enduring hit with the peo
ple of Honolulu- "The Campus," writ
ten by Walter ; De .Leon,, "who also, as
everyone knows by this time, appears
as-, the leading character 5 in - his own
playlet, is one of the best ot the many
college operasand plays that have held
the stage : from time to time in tho
last decade. ;WV, ;:"
; BAND CONCERT. . :
The Hawaiian Band will give aT pub
lic moonlight concert this evening a t
the Seaside hotel at 7:30 o'clock. ' The
program: . - . - ---v-r . . r
Overture : I talian in Algiers; . Rossini
Intermezzo; Evening Chimesr.'. i . iVi '
-'.-.v--. ; r .v. .Rollinspn
March: Oh, .You Beautiful poll
' ; . ... j . . , . im t v- More t
Hawaiian Songs, by the'' Band Ouintet
Selection : The, Newlr Weds.-. pHare
Waltz;' , La '; Source. WaldteufeJ
Finale ; Red' and ' Bl ack .'.Coote
-The StarJSpangled Banner ;V f
J. A." iiowris, a brother of William
Dean Howells," the novelist, ' died at
Fla. jHe : was : 79 years
Ltbe patrolman . wha was , in .the Metro-
poie wnen Kosentnai;. was shot, y were
dismissed..-1 r-;-'-.V'-";v:-v ('
The Original Oriental Theatrical Com
pany of Manila, under Direction -of
Mr. Artliur a Fox
- TONIGHT AND SATURDAY
..' - --:: MATINEE .. :
In the Great College Comedy ,
By Walter De Leon
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENING
. . . . August '3031 5
Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Committee. Young BuilIing, today at
9 a. m. Phone 2345.
PRICES: $1.50, $Wc 50c and 25c
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We have ,jst. unpacked a
new shipment of Fancy Crepes
and Colored Tissues. In this
shipment are many new rotors
and design!' and all are fresh
and crisp. r
We have all the accessories
you may require in using these
papers for flower and decora
Hawaiian News Co.
. Alex. Young Building
: W-":". ,V.-V. .' V
1 JOU THEATER
: " R. Kipling, Managtr
RECEIVED FOUR ACTS
THE TWO FRANKLINS
Knockabout and Acrobatic Artists
MORENi and LYNDON
A Real Comedy Team
WARD and MANNING
: Tlef Dance ' Klags
' The Charming Sister Team
CLEVELAND and MERRITT
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES
Peerless Bijou "Orchestra
PRICES: 10c, 20c,'3Cc
v,j? V ' .R. Kipi'ng, Manager '
WEDNESDAY, ; FRIDAY
Vaudeville and Picture Matinee Wed
5 f REELS 5
Prices, 10c and 15c : v
Matinee Prices when Vaudeville:
;V s ;10c and 20c . -
They Just Keep On
To' Laugh at
And see the very i latest and up-to-date
PHOTO PLAYS. Better than the
so-called first-run pictures. ; l
NEWER THAN : THE NEWEST
: V HONOLULU ' -'
Priess, 10o and. 150..':,'.' ,.
Two ; Performances 7:30 and 9
of Hen. Wise V
Theater ? '
" '. FOUR BRAND-NEW REE LS
FEAT UltE NO." 1
.-"Land Sharks vs. Sea Dogs"
FEATURE 'NO.-2 ' ..: .,-.-.v. h
' " '- "Saved by Telephone"
FEATURE NO. Z
"When North and South Met"
FEATURE NO. 4 ;
"The Moth and the Flame"
is the last chance to see them, as we
ct ange program on Monday, Wednes
day and Friday. " 1
Admission, 10c and 15c
FRED NOYESf Manager
! On her return from New York on the
S. Wilhelmina on September 3, Mrs.
F. S. Zeave will reopen her parlors at
66, ; 67 and 68 Young Hotel, with an
entirely new line of the latest Eastern
styles. .', ,'.;
Only establishment on the Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
PHONE 3350 '
Hew Pforfram TonlIit
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Prices - I0r,2C:,
'11.5 :''-: t.
.V; . sspTZMzni ..
J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
: HAWAIIS vs. AC AHI 3
First Game, 1:30 Ccsnd C:
Reserved Seats for center cf zrz-'!
stand and wings can be boe'e? rt ::.
O. IIall &-Son's Sportlrar Departr :
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. :
after ;l p. nt, at M. A. Gunst i C..
King and Fort . ,
' Colors Black and Tan -8ALEf
BEGINS MONDAY, J U LY
' Fort Street, Near Beretania
..a.! t -. . ' : ' . .
Has an entire new line of Hats and
Trimmings Just from the Eastern mar
kets. Prop in and see them.
- Beautiful Carved Ivory
and SandalMrood .Fans. '
HAWAII & SOUTH SEA3
CURIO CO. ' t
JStaT-BalletiB Ids. are Best BssIsms
Getters; ;: ' ' '
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