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HONOLULU I STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEIJT. 5, 1912.
HEuOllIAL TO MRS. S. N. CASTLE
' TH SHAPE OF C0MGE5
Tor. some time there has been talk
of bettering ..the conditions . In the
tenements, but until recently nothing
definite baa been done, Now there
is one group of Cottages which are
being put up as a memorial to Mrs.
S. N. Castle.
They are to tbe' called: Exeter Cot -
lagcs. ; for it was at Exeter. New
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Lrir V-a r wiita . n'went -of the social conditions in the'
early years of her life. The grounds) ... , , ,,.
. on ; Hotel street have been donated
' by Mr. William' R. Castle and the
expenditure for the houses . Is bein;
: ; made from the Mary . Castle. Trust
The idea of putting up these cottages
is to provide a ' goexj, - healthy home
for respectable .Hawalians of the
working class. , -
. The buildligslhree of which have
'already been-completed, "are two
stories hlh and are: large enough to
. accommodate. Iwp families who . will
be entirely Independent of one an
other. T The", "rental VIIT hot be very
high, but the family occupying the
jower, siory - win oe unoer siignuy
heavier expenses than will, the fam -
ilv occtfnvin the unner section. - A-
lly occupying the upper section.': As
coon as possible the other eight cot
tages' that have: Ween "planned will .be
built and offered for rent. -
The grounds on which these houses
are being built'? are spacious and at
present the idea is to 2iave 'a ;large
cotirt yard at the back which will be
used for a playground for ,the child
ren of the ; families occupying them.
Landscape gardening is also to ' be
encouraged: among the residents and
it Is hoped that those who are pro
moting this work will receive the'eo-
aTa a ' m
operation 01 me tenania.
These cottages will be. conducted
in connection with Palatna Settle-
ment and will be under the . supcrvi -
;' I:AK. THE PURCHACZ
Cuy a few artistes todiy, add a few more tomorrow or next month, and
before you krrW yeu have a complete service. 'V' K
. This is the elsstfe plan not that the articles are made of .rubber, for
they are made cf clay, tut because the Idea admits of. extension. V
- We have 37 OPLN-CTOCK PATTERNS. The most fastidious can be
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CLUE WILLOW ! WHITE AND GOLD - HAVILAND-SPRAY
tO-Pc Cet $10X0 ; ' CO-Pc Cet t25X0( v 50-Pc Set
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We are now making extensive
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patrtment and In order, to make
rtment and in order, to
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we will offer for one week,
. ;; Ccinni?4-xTuc:dayt Sept. 3rd
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in SergesPanamas, Alpacas and
all at cost Prices. $5 to $12
In Cravenettes, Serges, Alapacas
Tailored and' Lingeries;' a few broken lots at a big reduction.
TAILOR-MADE SUITS - AT 20
sion of Mr. J.amesA.'' Rath of the
Settlement - r
Up to the present time there are
few, if any ' cottages tor the poorer
and : respectable ; class of Hawalians
and this idea of the Castles will - no
i doubt meet the approval of not only
' lf9! nSS whJ "TriS
in the uplift work and the improve
A M IV. '.f
Leep: niewhat ahead , , or , curreni
loS tZl SKS
hxive not teen given out.
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I Is a Mainland Movement
;Whlle It Is -not periectly'
whom such details will proceed wnen
they do become part of the history" of
the social scheme as it is found here.
It Is understood ithat the planyOriglnat
ed wtth those who have12 heretofdfe
been the beneficiaries
women, and who therefore
so' much influenced for good
1 themselves have become ;
: with a desire to uplift and
material upon which to operate have
"selected the club womafl'hersell; and
OF A CCT '..'EASY
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alterations In our Ready-to-Wear De-
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room for our New Fall ;Merchai;dls5
Fancy Weavevfn BUckand dolors,
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and Linens, all colors and 'excellent
. ... . . . From $6 up
REDUCTION . FOR ONE WEEK
53-57 King Street
In so doing, they are t aid by many to
have shown a fine spirit of generous
reciprocity. " '" ' ' ' "" ':" ; ; -n
spite of the fact that nothing de
finite is known of the procedure of the
movement, it is understood that one of
tb first steps toward the club wom
an's reformation win. be an effort on.
the part of the working girl and oth
trb who are aiding her in the retorm,
t-' get the club woman's point "of view,
la order Jthat she may not be Judged
harshly in purturag tfer ' present
course. " - " " '
It is said - on good authority that
the club woman's beneficiaries out of
the abundance of their knowledge ot
the art of ." reform learned from : the
club woman herself.' will strive to put
themselves In her . place, and realize
that a woman .who married the man
she loved when she was between 18
, rt - v. 0 nua fa ium. famiw
and 20, who had a nice fat little, family
with which the man was much pleased
and able to support so well , that the
woman merely created bills while he
paid them; , that luch woman really able spectators who seemed to appre
does not understand Just what it , elate the mirthful lines and music of
means not to have married the man
she loved not to , have had - the , fa
little family, and not to have . any
body (to pay her bills. ...
; . "BAND CONCERT. .
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic concert - this evening at Kakaako
; Mission at seven-thltfy. The program
You BeauUful DoIl;,Moret
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Intermezzo-Evening r Chimes . Jlolllnson
iriia nn. ntr-rtnr, "m-L: : Bieelow
Beiecuon viuamun ,.pci6;uuwu
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r- IBB DIM ouiujicu ".lulu. v
Tnrrif , nvv T1IP rkitiv
TPl'fflf yy BKiD;'
A:missIonary 'reports that when va
closed, her arms pressed to, her sides,!
and she has only the narrow base of j
the column for a foothold. , Meanwhile'
a ring of villagers criticise and com
ment on her; appearance: ; v - Hi
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StEEP-lTALKEittS. ' J '
:.Tte 9soi many persons walk in
: tceir sieep, says : me ivansas vix
Times, is because one part of the mind
is wide awake when" the other is
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of - the ciut :giri or, tne naDyie inDe oi Ainca hearsing ever since its arrival in He-
have been comes a bride she Is obliged to.stand, nolulu: r l? 'ivA'Avi ' ii
that they dressed in her wedding finery, against ; ; .. - ' 1 - 9 d 0 f t ;- . . ;
animated a pillar in the village square through-1 u h D 1 1 o riDi ice' t1
In Beeklne nut n entire mornlne.- Her eveS are; ynynuo UinuitO f
v T i "w-" canje much-heriilded and. long
can,alt oVer dangerous spots which iooked-f or chorus ' girl 1 scramble for
wuuia yrouauiy .. cause, mia io; iaii
thfr m5musne3s; if he were, wide
awake. But as :he is not awake, and '
hot - conscious, : ; he; r generally : walksf d0zen young;ladlesrho: havepleas
safely . and remembers ! nothing about ingly ; figured in the !, chorus of ; the
. '' : -'y : '.'. '," Raymond Teal Comjany -did ' either" a
.. " . v - .- '. .' musical, or. dancing, tunt; : t
Jiiother Now do be careful how you j In more than one titstance as a pop
act about that ; young ; man or people j ular : favorite closed Jier turn on; the
will -think you are running 'after hinV stage, Teal - was not .jalloVed; to make
Daughter I - don't have5 to do that, "the next announcement . because of the
mother; I can win him in a walk. ,voIume of applause.',-" ' . ' 'l :
Bpston Trahcrip t;r ; i V- Z V c n ' . I . tThe : awailbf .,e,; .three, y prizes
''';'.;' e . brought out . a strenuous demonstra-
A goat lives ' about ten' years i and tlon . upon, the part of the admirers of
will give about a quart of milk a day. the prime favorites in the chorus, v
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We. have totlr
Editions in stocky
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' If there ever was a "iinx" on the
Hawaiian Opera Hoase, it was lifted
last night,' when fairy characters from
the pages of Mother Goose came to
life and a good fairyi in the person of
Rosco Arbuckle (weight- 333 pounds
net); with a . magic wand dispelled all
the hoodoos which may have afflicted
the house in times past.
.' If there ever was a doubt that the
Ferris Hart man company could deliv
er as per press agents, it has been
dispelled . by Hip universally good
houses to which the clever troupe has
played. Last night was no exception
boxes, the .dress ' circle and parquet
contained their fun quota of fashion-
"Fairy Tales. True,1 some of - the
songs were old favorites, but the way
they were rendered sufficed to efface
any criticism on this point.
Ferris Hartman : as . thpi. "Crooked
Old Man had all the humorous charm
and personality whictK$ave enabled
him for, years to ',wea the title- of the
best loved and most popular comedian
in the West - 'y' ' "jOZ,
Muggins Davies was a - delightful
Marjorie; Daw, ?and ? Walter De Leon
cru shed another example of his v?r-
satility in the : rGInger, JUanA Xaw-
waa in excellent voice as
i wuuu . nuL ' uavR impnnnr nr mapo
j f artI(luiaf ,l??tt 11'
too, of Minto Durfeehnd her rendition
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'of the Bon-Bon'Sonfiil i I?t -itV
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. r airy i aies win noia me ooaras
S111 tonignt bt tomorrow night and
Saturday afternoon .andUvjEnlmiiXthe
; rToymaker ; whichiitrhas beeftire-
STRIVE FOR PRIZES
i When Maagert
erty. Theater planned the'thorua girls'
contest for 'thatupjayhpnsehe over-
wked one importahr point - that be-
lag the seating capacity "of his house.
f.WiuuU i 4 ecu auu we . Mvuiualll
f ,"nlne J ' to "' S9
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- 1 he screaming comedy; r Just for a
rKId - was a feature 'of the early por
valuable nrizea.' "T - i I
'latest Sinity, the -conUst j
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Young Hotel Building
' Teal "certainly had his hands (ull ini
attempUng to appease the wild clamor s
of the friends of each: candidate for. g tr ur a T jjp
financial , emoluments.; For instance, ) I 1 1 1 1 1 I H ! A I 1 1 1
one demure young person who sweetly j 1 J Vr U ' lllaUriSaklai
sang "Silver Threads? Amonr .tne
Gold," and had been vociferously vot
ed a capital prize winner, came out
third best in the distribution, while
two nifty little maids who essayed a
Spanish dance landed nnder the wire.
with first money tightly .clutched la j
their dainty hands. ? ' - v v
As i a soloist of no mean ? ability.
Miss Myrtle Jespetson . won fresh
laurels at last night's performance
of. the Teal Company. Through what
is believed to- have been an error in
determination ' of the volume of ap
plause, this : young lady, received third
prize instead of the larger amount
The work of Miss Eva Snow, and
Miss Finnetry in the execution of
the Texas Tommy received much fa
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' However, the' best of feeling pre
vailed. The Teal company wound up
Its engagement last evening.' The com
pany departs for the Far East in the
Japanese liner Chiyo Marn on Friday j
evening. The leave-taking Is promis- j
ing to outrival that of the .sailing of ;
the Hughes company some months ;
ago from a saddening standpoint The
Teal, comedians will entertain audi
ences at Shanghai, Hongkong and Ma-;
nlla berore playing a return engage
ment at .Honolulu. Hundreds of local t L
oessed the performances of this- com-
pany will regret their departure.
BIJOU JUGGLER TO ' S B.
; SHOW TRICKS ON STREETS
; ;. le8so, the man who Is juggling' his
way into the good graces of the BIJou
patrons,, will;perform , a feat In front
bt the ' Young Hotel on Monday After
noon at, 4:30 that will be 'well worth
seeing - . :.'-'"',''':""' -: y j'. - ' v
; A te'nnls ball 'will' be 'thrown "from
the root of the six-story hotel and he
will have. It hit him on the forehead
and . bounce - back:,' during "which time
he will turn a somersault and catch
It with his feet He will also perform
other ; sensational 1 stunts. ;..' 'A large
crowd will no doubt be on hand to
witness this unique performance. ' ;
HAWAII'S NEW; FILMS'.
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C The Hawaii, Honolulu's popular
moting' picture theater Is right taere
with the goods, or rather, the films;
that - catch the fancy of the crowds.
The troubles" on the i'X&V; Ranch"
would . bring roars of laughter from. a
stone image. It is one of the most
laughable' and entertaining films ever
thrown, on a screen in this city. ,The
other offerings at the Hawaii are also
of the high , class order and -are sure
to please. : Ladiec are not bothered by
smoke In the HawaiL, ' There is per
fect circulation 'i a-v ,-,
CROWD FILLS EMPIRE v
holding, the crdwda nightly .with the
clear steady films, that are 'shown.
These films are carefully selected, af
ter a thorough tryQut, and f for , that
reason the pictures shown at the Em
pire are clear ' and ? steady, with : no
flicker that one usually finds at moving-picture
houses.. V : '
X Employer (to v his ; cashler)Mayer,
1 , don't kndw what to think of you;
every: time I see you,- you are asleep.
CashierWhy, sir, surely; it's a good
sign 'that I have a ; clear conscious.
Fllegende Blatter, y :v !- ;
R. Kipling, Manager .
THE FRANKLINS and MORENI A
f LYNDON ;:-:
In a Comedy Sketch
SPECIAL MOTION PICTURES
Peerless Bijou Orchestra " .
. Coming Wednesday; ,
ROBINSON BROS. A WILSON
. Frisco's Greatest Entertainers
. THE LESSOS ;
The Classiest Juggling Act in the
'4':-'"'- Business : "'
Two Performances Nightly 7:15, 8:45
PRICES.. . . .... . i Jv . . I . 10c 20c, 30c
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Hat 11 11 U fjga
iR. - Kipling, Manager
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CHANGED MONDAY, WEDNESDAY
i and FRIDAY
VAUDEVILLE MATINEE EVERY
PRICES: 10c and 20c
Honolulu's Cleanest and Coolest
V Wednesday and Thursday:
FO R; HIS ' PAL" r: l :': 't : '' '
TANGLED LINES" 1 '
"THE THIEF'l t -s';
"TROUBLES OF TH E X. LT OUTFIT"
: REMEMBER: ' Tou have only two
nights in which to see the Hawaii's
first-run films. The complete change
is made on-Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays. No worn-out films;' no -seconds-;;
no "repeats,' 'and none that
you have seen here previously;. . j
ADMISSION 10c and 15 y'M:
10c and I5c
FRED NOYES, Manager
Ilavaiiah 3 Opfira IIdu
In the Musical Comedy
FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINGS
-and SATURDAY MATINEE
By Special Request
: Seats-; on sale at Hawaii. Promotion
Committee, rooms. Young building, to
day at 9a, m. Phone 2345." f
PRICES: $li0r $i; 75c,t 50c and 25c
Dr. T. IIITAIIUBA
'. Office: 1412 Nuuanu St, cor. -Vineyard
; Talephone 1540 r.!'
' -Office Hours: t to 11 a. eel, T' to . t
p.' a. Sundays by appointment. : - .
Residence: " 50 K. Ytaeyard Street
1 ttir office. Tetephon 2(13;, P. O. Boa
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A Screaming Comedy
DON'T M1G3 IT
. ; . , TOMORROW: ;
SARAH BERNHARDT.. In Plct-rt a
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. ANNOUftCZMINT. ,
. On her return from' New Ycrl; c; t
"S. S. Wilhelralna cn Septet:r : ';
P. S. Zeave will reopen her p ;
65, 67 avid 6S Younr Hotel, 'wilt: :
entirelj new line of the latent 1; ;
styles.' : ". vr, .
Fort CtrstV Near-Csrttania
Has an, entire new lins of Hats a 1
Trimmings Just from the Eastern ric
kets. Drop In and see then. '
Ceautiful Carve i Ivcr
and Sandalwood Fans,
HAWAII & SOUTH CIA"
' . CURIO CO.
? Vounj Cuildinj
if Only - establishment . en , the !!in i'
equipped to do Dry Cleanins
MILK and CREAM !
Kaimukl Dalry F. H. Kilby, Prop
. We deliver fresh ' UHk and Cream
twice daily to all parts of the city. ;.
'v ' Satisfaction GuarantMd '
5: r P. O. Dor 223
Tosry, : :
x- ' . Limited ' '
TH STORE FOR GOOD,
,y CLOTHES "
r Everything '-la- the- priatfnj II;? ct
Star.BalleUa, AlaVra . f trr ct knr. :
llerchant street V
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