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io mosx cnuaren oi scnooi age ine
upenins aar oi ine scnooi year is in- a history of the success of an unedu
digo colored. Yesterday when the cated man but only shows thai even
College of Hawaii and the Punahou If a atudent is unable to master cer
echools convened there were many taln studies It. does not necessarily
heavy hearted girls and boys, partic- f0ii0w that he will never Succeed In
ularty among those who were enter- lhe business world. - . ' - . ;
lng upon the first or second year of Many who fail In their subjects are
college and the Junior or senior year jt Is not Hkely that-anyone
In, the high school It would be can giV the reason for this not ever
wrens lo-aay inat tne average scnooi
child is over bright, for he seldom is.
The cause .of the heavy-heartedness still In English and in history she If
In . the, girl and boy ithat many of often at the head of the 'class. Some
them reel. that they will never make girls will do well in the modern lan
enough points to graduate. guages,: yet when it comes to .one of
The poini-maiing. In eolfege and the dead ones she is at a loss, and Is
high school U oltea. the "bane of the. apt to wish they. . were- buried, , too.
student's life. The taking up and In ome of, the high schools on the
dropping of subjects, too, 1s a hind- mainland there "Is a' literary course
ranee to the pupil. . In the days of which exempts ' many, bt these pupils
our grandparents , there . was little from the more difficult subjects and
choice in the selection of subjects, Includes a thorough grounding In his-
and as for receiving a passing mark,
well every student knew that he must
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they made the average and when pos-
elble scored it In those days more
attention, was .paid to the
was paid to the ; subjects
that counted, and not to the . little
frills that mighj Just as well be learn-' of ,t the year, start- out determined to
ed out of the school houfs. ; The dead" pass in all subject and select sub
and foreign, languages' seem to f pre- Jects.wihtin the scope of ils abilities,
-sent many of thexdifficultiesHo ,the and .will, make out in his own mind a
average student These . subjects of- certain schedule that. - puts ; lessons
ten hinder, and ? retard the student's first and pleasure second, .there ia, no
" graduation, and ; a few grow - ciscouf- reason why. he should meet, with fall
aged aud glye up their high school1 ure. f It is not always the student who
work because of. them. ' " , 5 v has succeeded In having an 44 A" rec-
; Some years ago there wa i -boy ord; sehooH who will do e best
who was unable to really butet:Mw;',:-!-'0'-t2
f ,, .M,.f in a.Kr' n -..:PPW who has a steady, even record
: SLn jJm j, hv- Ha ' tp.w fi -neither high' nor low-Is- the one
often qld by : his teacher ; that , he . h . b t- wowledee of n,a
never f would make anything cT liimJX8 H 8ta VKiJt 11
self. iThls worried the chap to such lJjiS-'iiiS
' -, n,.v. ..n. tA -cram, he does not study too hard,
an extent thathe finally decided to and wnl Ws recitations, ire seldom
give up his-school work and try Uo 3r.
riv . t j - i Perfect, every day ne is usually more
fight his way and gain recognition In f6Ct physIcany than his classmate
the business wor dbacked up by. the h08e :t . bIgher ; than W8
grounding received . In grammar own ' . ; ; v, - y;
.schooL At first he was, opposed ; by Many; gIrfs are subject to nervous
his parents and teachers. Some who breakdowns at I the; termination of
knew him, well said that like every high school course- and -are
thing that hetrled to do, the venture forced to rest for a year .'of two bfr
would fall through., ' ; - . - fore entering college,, and then are
-The remarks made. by 'some of his not; strong enough" to complete their
reiituva wm, Htt to use.
Elansr expression, his "fighting blood
Vfls i?n ft nrl fi that hA wnuli! ,
was up . and he decided that he would
make good,1 no matter what obstacles
came in his way. 1 With the thought
of success at any price In his mind he
secured a position and even his em
ployer doubted very much that' his
'. work4would..bjFati?fact6ryk.; , - . , ;
After a Ehort lime,- however,, every
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').. ' ' makc;the 'puncHAcc oKazt&XJ'I
Cuy a few articfes today, add a few more tomorrow, or next roonth, and
before yeu knew ycu have a 'ecmpfete tervice. ; . . ' . -
This is the elastic plan -not that. the articles are made of rubber, fort
thry are made cf clay, but because the
We havfi 57 OPCN-STOCK PAYTCRNS. The most fastidious can be
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CLUE WILLOW WHITE AND GOLD -f THAVILAND--SPRAY
W-Pc tit, $100 : t :' W-Pc Set, J25.C0 . . 50-Pc Set, $220 -
17 t. DIf,:c::D 6 Co.,Xtd., 53-57' Kin Street
' Made from the wood of the
combination of the best moth
maclsts. - - r - 1 -
IN PACKAGES AT
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Fort and Hotel Streets -
that he intended to make ood. -..'After
six months employment with this
firm, other business houses that car
ried the same line of goods where he
had applied, jor work vat a" previous
time, offered ; him positions. : At pres
ent he bids - fair .to make quite as
much of himself as , any of his class-
This article Is not supposed to be
tne students. It is' seldom the ease
that a eirl. will excel In tnathmatff
tory and English, Of course this isj W .,.'ioA itnra n pn w
only suitable, to ione who does not L An Wm dJ?
, i : - Ihcur .will be given Joy Miss Anna
and in these day8i most .every girl I
nlans to earn ; her own anen'dloel
money at least. - -
If the student .will, at-the opening
education.- This breakdown. Is very
often caused by the relaxation T that
.n. t. t'.
joints and fear that graduation, will
not be .forthcoming after all. v If the
pupil would only ' remember that grad
uation .is not -the only;, thing? in life,
and ; that -it is - not absolutely- neces
tary, more Of .them ; would ;j3rQbabJy
be more rational about the selection
Idea admit! of extension
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Red Cedar and reinforced by a
killers known to modern phar-
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25 CENTS EACH
HOKTOrULTT STAISBTJLLETI ; TUESDXY,i SEPT. 10, - J
be more graduates.
Yesterday the assembly hall . at
Oahu College was crowded with, stu
dents, whose appearances revealed
the fact ' that they were freshmen.
Every year it is the same; there are
many freshmen, fewer . sophomores,
the:unIors are still fewer, and the
senior class seldom numbers
than thirty. The freshmen have come
as vu . iuc &a miiiiiai vvuwiOt w uric
there is more play than real work. :
and few of them have learned ; to
study. At the end of the first year
a number of the class drop out, and
at the end of the second year a few
more leave, and ' so on.- - . t ;
Education is needed In every path
of life, and the more book Jtarning,
a man or woman has. the better '
equipped he or Bhe is to enter the
ranks of the .wage earners. ; But be
cause a man is unable to master all
of his subjects to the height c grad
nation, there is no reason why teach
er or rent should ,belleve 1 them
selves or try to convince him that he
.will never succeed Jit anything." .
HISS KLUMPKE TOP
LECTURE ON BOWHEUR
rooms Thursday evening, followed by
a reception and first view of. the col
lections of; pictures brought by Miss
Klumpke and exhibited here for the
first, time In'America. Invitations have
been tent out to members only, owing
to the small seating capacity of the
league room, and a limited number-of
Tguest' cards may be had by members
making application for them at " the
Art League before Thursday, i ;. a:
. The exhibit will be open to the pub
lic for two weeks,- beginning next Fri
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: . AT HOME LUNCHEON
. An engagement ; v announcement
luncheon was' given :.4 at half after
twelve today at the "Harris home t on
Anapunl street,the. announced engage
ment being that of Miss Ethel Harris'
and Frank A. Davis xt Los Angeles.
hn h, rpmdlu
beIDf J h C requfest dele'
claperone. during: the occasion, r.
The place cards were: : hand-painted '
br;des iUppers -with; sm!I ' bags -of f
rice' attached :anwereei
through the medium of small basaetsv
ff flnwera' that concealed the an-!
of . flowers that . concealed the an
nouncing card attached; to a piece of
ribbon. - .V:
The afternoon was ; devoted to dif
ferent games a number btprUes,, con
sisting of decorated-; china being" dis
tributed ; , ':.. :. 't-'i''-.-
A souvenir of the occasion presented
to each guest was a "Harrison Fit her"
Bride poster :.wJth" a tamn-pboHarordf
Mlss Harrls attached.:.-.;;
Amone those present were .Carrie
James, Eleanor VogeL Edith Pratt Ab-1
bie Bromley, Vera Downey, . LanI
Hutchison, Ethel : Cannon, " Louise J
Seghorn, Ethel . James ' Mrs. Ralph j
Brown, Mrs: Lew Fericusoh, Mrs. Har-'
rlet Evans, the host; Mr. T. P. Harris
and Miss Harris.
PINK MASK GIRL m mBB
: WITH MYSTERY
. NEW: YORK, Aug. 9.-Metropolitan
and Newport social circles are ttirred
by a real mystery. Pets of society,"
debonair "smart setYllons and lassies.
Inquisitive society writers for gos&py
journals and ; un captured' bachelors , of
marriageable eLtate are in a perfect
fever of excitement. ! , . ,:. :
For (of course) it's all about a beau
tiful young 'woman. - . :- -
Young, daintily charming, with the
poise of a queen, the wit of a Paris!
enne, the coquetry of a, rainbow -she
has 'set the society 'folk of Newport
into a buzzing Babel of . whispered
comment and speculation. Who Is
She?.: v. ' : ' ;:'V-r-
Ah, there's the rub. Likewise the
mystery. . For, guess as - they, may.
. Dr. . Evans, Ex-Co mmissloner of Health,
ays: v "There is almost no relation be
tween skin diseases and the blood." The
akin, .must be . cured through . the skin.
.Thaserms must.be washed out. aid so
calves have long agt been found Worth
less. The roost advanced physicians of
this country are now agreed on this, and
are prescribing a wash of wlntergreen.
thymol and other ingredients for eczema
and air other akin diseases. This com
pound Is known as DJXD. , Prescription
(or. Cczema. ; -t. - . . ' vv:-;
Fort, near the
icheme as they wUl,splot 'as they 4 do.
rot , a single person, save the Inner
few of the upper ten who have been
standing ; sponsor for her," has been
able to fathom the. Identity of the ex
quisite "Girl With the .Pink Mask," as
t she has. been named
quence recently she has appeared,
gowned In "creations" that have caus
ed, feminine gasps of envy and mascu
line marathons at her bewitching side.
Rich she must be, " superbly beautiful
she undoubtedly is. and of high social
standing without doubt else why the
elusive affairs held in Newport?
Yet not a hosteis has jntroduced her
to a single guest, and not a hostess
ri. aw m,
5 JJ:'L my
She always appears with a dainty
pink silken mask, from which peep
two - eyes of steady blue, brimming
with mischief. Her hair of wavy
brown, flttinglv. crowns this queen ; of
mystery, and her tlender figure would
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teriously as sue comes, long before the
majority or guens nare naa ume to
know! of ..her . presence.
Ask one o: the prim dames who
preside over ; the social destines of
Newport's ? most exclusive set about
the ".Girl With the Pink Mask." You
will meet uplifted eyebrows, a bland
smile, and a soft-cadenced rejolner
about as follows:" J -v :
t '.'Yes? ; Why, really, 1 do not know
what you mean. "Most certainly ;any
person who has honored me by being
my guest Is known" to 'me personally.
A elrl with- a pink mask? Really, that
is quite y beyond my comprehenslonli
You can say for me' most emphatically
that those who attend , my receptions
arc not expected, to come tdgged' out
hi any such bizarre attire." "
And there you are. y.. ;
; T : Resplendant : English!'; ;I .T
The following, letter, was received at
one of ' the plantation offices from r a
Filipino employe. ; Its tropically florid
style leaves the redundant" adjectives
of "Hon. Ilashimoro- Togo"-Jooklng
pale and sickly: viy;(l;H -"My
Dear .Bookkeeper: - Have the
kindness . to, excuse to rae,jwith the
present time because I never: have the
ventured any. words or thoughts that
can be satisfied to your dignity or , cel
ebrated : personality In , which, or on
account of It, you will probably; aston
ished on perusing? this letter. But I
trust; nevertheless, that I shall not of
fend you by .what I have. -written, nor
suggest occasion Joe 'ridicnleand at
ast I,ask,:or, supplicate to: your tr-
"Potable duty If isssiblwheth:
er I m . 0 w m
on". -Js the : Filipino also; to rbe
credited with thee misspelled .word in
the Midget's heading?
, ; Small ' Harold .complained . of-Jxaving
a fever, and persdaded his mother z to
let him stay at hotne from school. La
ter he asked penrilssioh to go out and
: Why,-1 thought , you had V fever:
-hut it's tHeasebkll fever"
; M SJPeiMii, fever.
lUUK , v . . v "
v i :3-: v iAT HAtVAII TONIGHT
W f Wt Ik -v w ww m ,
With four, good , films the Hawaii
theater - last night again more : than
held its own, both from the standpoint
of the audience and . the management,
and clearly demonstrated, that a pro
gram of good, clean films; will' receive
the patronage V; It' warrants. vv '- .
- A very amdslng picture was "Roped;
tut .a uiwuujf uiiu mil ui iunujr situa
tions, which proved a strong -antidote
for.- the proverbial blues vwhich give
Monday the title of Blue Monday. If
there were any blue persons after, the
picture was thrown on the screen it
required a microscope to find them
The other subjects were all careful
ly.' 'selected and Included the - most
popular subjects -'of film - life. The
same program , will be repeated ;.-..to-
; Dr. Holmes, the well . known skin . spe
cialist writes: "1 am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription is as much a specific j
for eczema as qt-mine . for , malaria. . 1
have been prescribe lg the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will take away the itch
the instant you apply it.
In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be ' glad
to let you have a 31 bottle on our guar
antee, that it will cost you nothing un-.
less you And that it;does the -wQrky - '
ITH & CO., LTD!
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King, near Bethel
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f ilbooluf cly Puro "
y -Crczi cf Tcrtzr ,
; Sixteenth Celebration
TO BE HELD
Saturday, Sept.- 21, 1912
IN HONOLULU HARBOR , '
'Commencing - at 9:30 A. M. '
1. Whaleboat; 4 oars. Prize, 20.
2. Senior 6-oar gliding, seat barge,
v 1st prize, 25 trophy;; 2nd, f 15
. , : trophy. - -.: A', '- .
;3. Six-paddle canoe' (championship).
-1st prize, f 20; 2nd, ?15. .
- 4. Fresaman 6-oar sliding-seat barge.
'Ki 1st prize, 25 . trophy; 2nd, S15
fX:- P trophy.-; ,;; ' J: '.; .' ;'r '
"5. Six-paddle canoe, for boys. Prize,
;.;! - 112.--- , i
' 6.; Senior ; pair-oar, s boats; sliding
r . 5 seats. - Prize; J15 trophy. , :.y
1 7.- Junior' 6-oar sliding-seat barge.
j s: 1st prize, $25 trophy; 2nd, ?15
Vtrophy. .., i',;-:.'.;
8. ; Four-paddle ; canoe; modern. 1st
. . prize, $15; 2nd, $5.---' . '.'
9 Four-paddle " canoe for ; women.
: 1st .prize,. J10; 2nd, $5. w! X
10. Junior , pair-oar; sliding seat
11. Four-paddle canoe. 1st prize, $15;
'.gr-' 2n&, $5, .- V:CJ- -
12... Sailing race-, for sea wrens. . lst
" ' priae $10.; trophy; i 2nd, 45 trc-
13.: Sailing race for pearls.' 1st prize,
i- ; : $10 trophy ; 2nd, $5, trophy.
14w; Sailing. race, for canoes. 1st prize,
k ?10T; 2nd,;$5. ; ;V ' ; '
15. Power sampan; oVer. 40 h."" pi. 1st
V - ' prize,. $15; 2nd;: $10. , .
16.. 'Power sampan; vfrom 25 to 40 n.
P. 1st prize, $15 ; 2nd, $10. . ;
17. . Power sampan; - under -.25- h,4 p.
--. 1st prize, $10; a 2nd, $5. 7
S Races open to; all. 'No entry fees.
All rowing races , to-be governed by
the racing rules !; of the Hawaiian
Rowing Association, r -.
' Each entry 7, shall Include the name
of the boat, or, If It has: none, the
name of , the person who enters It
There ; must be at least three boats
started before; second : prize will be
awarded. 'h. ?: .... - ' '
- Entries will open at 8 a. m., Tues
day, September 1 xv, at the Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander . Young nulldlng,
and willi close Thursday September
19, at 5 p, m. , f" : r'
For further,; information , apply to
Regatta Committee; J. B. ' Lightf oot,
secretary. :ivy XK?:"V
NEW WATER WORKS AT- .
. WAI0HINU, STARTED
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence .
HILO, Sept 6. Work will soon be
started on -the water works system at
Waiohihu, the plans being . nearly
ready now and the matter' of the wa
ter rights ' being fixed : up satlsfac
Engineer Bishop of the Loan Fund
Commission states that work can be
started very soon,': although he first
of all wants, the assurance that, th
county will have the control. ? ' ;
, According to the terms of the ap
propriation, half of the money will be
spent on running a line to the home
steads, while the remainder, will be
used for the extension of the. present
system in Waiohinu. The water
comes from the government springs.
When your ear aches get a little ab
sorbent cotton,, dip in Jamaica' ginger
and pack tight in your ear. You will
be surprised how soon the ache will
leave . you. --
R. Kipiingi Manager "
Scan This Program for Tonight l:
Keen Jugglers in Drawing-room Act
ROBINSON BROS, and WILSON
The Entertaining Boys, A Little
' Rag.'.Please Uy-.
In Knockabout Sketch
Ail New-Run Motion Pictures
' Peerless Bijou Orchestra
' Chas. M iltner, ; Director
Two Performances Nightly 7:15 and
: .. v 8:45 -;: I - .f-
PRICES: 10c, 20c, 30c
' ; . R. Kipling, Manager -
Keep Your Eye Open for John Bunny
':Y: Films 'Vy,. v .'.":
I COMPLETE CHANGE MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY W
; , PRICES: 10c and 15o :
Vaudeville Matinee every : Saturday
and Wednesday. 10c and 20c.-;,:r.
; Daily 2:I5 '
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H Li Ii
'Monday and Tuesday v
V'-'Mo.:1-MiV FATHER'S HOUSE
, No. 2 TH E MORTQAQ E?7 t
No. 3 THREE MEN"
No. .4 "ROPED IN"
REMEMBER: You nave only two
Sights 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 "sec
onds"; no "repeats," and none that
you have seen here previously.
FEATURE FILMS FOR FADDY FpLK
Admission IQc; and 15c
A - FRED NOYES, Manager '
Hawaiian Opera liour:
Last Three' Performances of the .
Ferris Hartman Opera Company
- Wednesday, September 11 "
"The Boy and The Girl
' Seats on sale at Hawaii Promotion
Rooms, Young Building, r : ..v ;
PRICES: $10, $1, 75c, 50O and 25c
' : now in :;r - '-
Exclusive. Yet Inexpensive Headgear
. MRS.; BLACKSHEAR f -
Harrison Blk Fort SL, nr. Beretania
v?m.! Burke, who disappeared . from
"Philadelphia after resigning 'his seat
l the city council and confessing that
(he was a former convict, returned to
r O A A "7
nis wire ana ramuy. ne aeciarea , he
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Positively tliD ire.;.
It Ii? Pc::ibb to 01
MLLE. MCRCZAU J ,
CLIPPER COMEDY' FOUH
ADMISSION: 1Cc, c::, ZZ:
110 FC.-1T CT."Z .7
orter ; Fc-c
On her return from New; Tcr c 2 1 v
S. S. Wllhelmlna cn Ceptcnit:r C, ::.
F. S. Zeave will recpea her iit:z:j 1
68, 67 and 63 Younj Hotel, witi
entirely new line of the latest Ezzt:m
styl.r' - 5 - ir'y . , .
OfHcei 1412 Nuuanu CU ecr. Vintyt: J
' TeUphone 1543
Office Hours: to 12 a. m 7 to S
p. m. Sundays by appointment.
. Residence: 50 N. Ylneyard Etxest,
Brr office. Telephon 2113; P. O. res
Beautiful Carved Ivory
and Sandalwood Fans. '
HAWAII & COUTH CZA3
rii2 lrr ' XT"""?
Only ; establishment on the . Island
equipped t,do Dry Cleaning. -
''-',v::;: " PHONE 3353 -S'.-'r "
. MILK and CREAM
Kaimukl Dairy - F. H. Kilby, Prep.
;We.' deliver fresh MCk and Crcr
twice dally to all parts of the city. -
c 't Satisfaction Guaranteed :
Phone" 273 : ' P. O. Box 223
Occasionally i a young man 13 so
dense that the . one gi ri in . "the wc rM
for him has to put him, wise to t
'tad come back to "face the music."