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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPT. 13, 1912.
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ANNA KLUMPKE LECTURES ON
ROSA BONHEUR TO LARGE GROVD
K:lohanaArt League Rooms Filled by Audience That Hears
with Interest of Great Woman Animal Painter Pictures
It is bo seldom that lovers of art in least little bit. should allow the chance
Honolulu have an opportunity ue! to see them and to hear of the life of
so distinguished an artist as Miss the artist as the story has never be-
Anna Klumpke that the reason for
CIJlnR the rooms of the KUohamt Art notes not found in books, pass by.
League last night is eaty to find. The Other paintings on exhibition. were:
ocffi on was an. Illustrated lee re on Deer Resting In Forest of Fountain
the life of Rosa Bonheur, the greatest Llt-au, Rosa Bonheur; Maternal Affec
pt Inter of animal life the world has tions, Anna Klumpke; The lost Sheep,
ever known. Miss Klumpke is parti- Rosa Bonheur; In The Meadows, Rosa
rularly well fitted for the subject for Bonheur; Evening, Rota Bonheur;
she was a close friend and cam pan ion Rosa Bonheur Seated at Her Easel,
of Miss Banheur and Is her biograph- Anna Klumkpe; White Horse, Rosa
er. Bonheur; Her Pet Lamb, Rosa Bon-
Forty-flve slides were thrown on n hur; Horses Grazing, Rosa Bonheur;
screen showing paintings of the fan Three Panthers, Rosa Bonheur, High
ous artist from her earliest work to land Oxen, Rosa Bonheur. Photo
that done at the closing of her life, graphs after Miss Klumpke's Original
Particularly , noteworthy and Interest ,'0il Paintings, j ;.
Ing was that of a horse's asna paint-1 : . . .- ,
ec by Miss Bonheur when but thirteen ' V MP A niRFPTflRQ "
UVUUCU .11 'UUUIkCI
were the most famous canvases, most
famous at least from the point of view
cf the audfence who has becomo fanil
l'ar with her work through reproduce
tions. These Included the "Horse Fair i
The Stag" "The Llon" "Highland
Tk. Ctr" "TVi a T lm" "HllrMlnfl
Cattle and there were a number of
ran vat es of sheep shown. l-jocal coidr
was eay for Miss , Bonheur .because ,
she surrounded herself with, her; sun-'
Jects rataer ihan ' depending on her
memory after visits to the managerie.
. The description of the pictures oft
en coupled, with tumorous remini
scence wis at once Illuminating and
Interesting to the audience. At the
close of the lantern slide exhibition
Miss Klumpke was introduce J to the
hundreds who were present by invita
tion by Mrs. Frederick J. Lowrey, rep
resentatives of Honolulu's social set
were present and met the little lady
upon whom fell the tasTs of writing the
life of a wonderful and a fam
ous French woman.. Following the re
ception the genuine "Bonheur pictures,
ten In number, were uncovered and
the audience was permitted, many fjr
the first time, to .inspect paintings," the
like of . which has never been shown
here. These Included many celebrated
pictures known to pe world througn
art works , published abroad. There
were three of these' that were quit;
tiny but full of feeling of the rtupeo
tlve eut jects. "Waiting Patiently? reih
resented a. donkey awaiting Jneal time.
There 1 a jdepth of 'c61or -In
.pictures which Is not always fatni'Iar
to many who were present but which
they were tQld was Miss ; JBonheur's
feature. ; Four 1 paintings by Miss
Ihimpke were also much admired and
in some quarters honors were divided
If expression Is to be accepted as In
dicating value. Of e of a fair young
girl jposlng ; among-;, Easter lilies, a
h:rge canvas, wass much admired as
was the portrait bf :Mlss. Klumpke's
father a venerable1 looking old gentle
man whoce white hair was Intensified
bv the dark background. The handling
of the subjects showed a development
of talent through an almost life time
with the famous Bonheur. No young
woman with talent ever had such 'an
opportunity as had Miss Klumpke and
she apparently let none get by. i
There is to ie a public lecture on
Monday night at the same place at
which a fee of admission will be charg
ed. The pictures are wonderful and
no one who cares for art- even "the
Is the Modern Kitchen Marvel
The modern "Caloric! is a complete Cookstove and will cook practi
cally everything that can be cooked In-an ordinary stove.
More Than 75 of Your Fael Bill Saved
besides a . wonderful amount of time, labor and discomfort.
All nutriment and delicious flavors are preserved. No scorching
burning. Meals are ready to serve at your own convenience.
Prices range from $11.50 to $28.50. '
W W. DIMOND & Co..
f NOW GOING ON
Japanese Bazaar K. Isoshima
v Fort, near the Convent King, near Bethel
fore been told here and wnich contains 1
FORM PLANS FOR YEAR
At a banquet tendered them by I
m- MKociation'a executi f firers. 1
the directors and trustees of the Y:S&rd family. Just returned to Hawaii
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M. C A. met last night and discussed
l lans for the cOmlhg ,errf Each se:
l'etarjr - gave an ratlin? of the vlana
fot his departmpnt and Jnllnrlng th?
i?tcetingf the : rvjgdrar meeting of di
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" ALEXANDER YOUNG, BL'DG. I
Ltd., 53-57 King Street
rectors was h'J 3t vhku rtany ol
the ideas were acted on.
Two important matters wore taken
j at the dlrecc-M-:: meem. tLe first
Loing the budge., which was i-fiJ.se J bungalow was a matter that brought
with a total of S2C.y)o f&r the year, two Japanese named Yamamoto and
ac the seccn l ein he adoption of Yoshida Fuglmoto, represented by At
trc plans for the campa'n for J.'OO torney Bert Lightfoot before the tar
ir.embers by May I. ;of police court justice this morning.
Several addn-son wer mnde dur-l charged with the removal of one or
Ihk the evening. Mr. Wisdom. pave r.iore wagon loads of this material
an outline of the social work of the used in the beautifying of Honolulu
crganization in detail; A. F. Larimer hemes, the Japanese a plea of not
spoke on the educational work; guilty.'
Loomls and Cross spoke on, the boys'i Attorney Lightfoot filed a demand
work and J. A. Ulrich gave a talk for a preliminary hearing before
on an apprentice in the association. Judge Monsarrat and also a trial by
WOMAN IN CHARGE I F- JT0111 w,lf"
ntFses called to the 6tand at the in
For the first time a directress is to STlince of the-prosecution. It is claim
be appointed who will assume entire ed that tte japanese with a wagon
control of the women's prison in Ber- called at the Hind premises on Twen
lin. writes a contributor to the Moni: tietn Avenue, Kaimuki. and were seen
tor. There have long been women of- t0 load the Tehicle with rock alleged
ficials in the prison service, but no tc have been removed from inside
woman could obtain, a higher-post than, tne pr0perty Hne. The Japanese were
that of matron. The Prussian author- placed under arrest and according to
lues mereiore consiaer me present,
departure in the light of an experi
ment. From Oct 1 the women's pris
on will be organized as a separate In-
stitution, entirely free from male con-,
trol. The directress will receive a
salary of $500, rising to $1020 per an
num with an official residence.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH TONIGHT.
An Informal gathering of the mem
bers and friends of the Christian
Church wilt be held this evening at
7 : 30 at the church, to meet the Tag.
to live, and a party of missionaries
being sent jout by the Foreign Chris
tian Missionary Society to various
stations in the Orient. The party will
arrive on the Nile this afternoon and
consists of the following persons:
Dr. L. B. Kline and wife and two
children, for the Philippines; T. A.
Young and wife, for Osaka, Japan;
Miss Mary Kelly, for Nankin,, China;
O. F. Barcus, for Shanghai, China;
Miss Minnie Vautrin, for Lucowfu,
China. : . v,.,.. ... : ...
Of , the- :
TO BE HELD
r ' '-. .''- time ". '': w ft-
IN HONOLULU HARBOR I v
' Commencing at 9:30 A. M. , :
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1. Whaleboat; 4 oars. Prize, $20. .
2. Senior . 6-oar sliding seat, barge.
1st prize, $25 trophy; 2nd, $15
trophy. , . v
3. Six-paddle canoe (championship).
lst.prize, $20; 2nd; $15. " "
, 4. Fresuman G-oar slldlng-seat barge.
1st prize, $25 trophy; 2nd; $15
trophy. ; . :
5. Six-paddle canoe for boys. Prize;
' " $J2. - . , .
6. Senior pair-oar boats; sliding
6eat8. Prize, $15 trophy.
7. Junior ."' 6-oar sliding-seat
- 1st prize, $25 . trophy ; 2nd, $15
trophy, i. : j '- ...
8. Four-paddle canoe; modern. 1st
: prize, $15; 2nd $5. ; ,
9. Four-paddle canoe for wQmen.
1st prize, $10; 2nd, $5. ;
10. Junior pair-oar; sliding seat
Prize, $15 trophy.
11. Four-paddle canoe. 1st prize, $15;
12. Sailing race for sea wrens. 1st
prize, $10 trophy; 2nd, $5 tro
13. Sailing race for pearls. 1st prize,
$10 trophy; 2nd, $5 trophy.'
Sailing race for canoes. 1st prize,
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Vhto 9n tin I We know that Rexa Dyspepsia
K1J eomo. . V Vs t-in-h Tablets are a most dependable rem-
r iHrS' tWllO r disordered stomachs, indiges
Power sampan; under 25 hi p. m and d yspepsia,; r
1st prize, $10; 2nd, $5. JC ffttUl'uu l"
Races open to alL No entry fees. return your money if you are not
All rowing races to be governed byjmoJ tnan, satisfied with the result.
the racing rules of the Hawaiian! , Three sizes, 2a cents, 50 cents and
Rowing Association. 1-00- Remember, you can obtain
Each entry shall include the name,Rexa11 Remedies in this community
of the boat, or. If it has none, the only a ur store The Rexall Store.
name of the person who enters it 'Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Fort and
There must be at least three boats
started before "second prize will be
" Entries will open at 8 a. m., Tues
day, September at the Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander Young building,
and will close Thursday, September
19, at 5 p. m.
For further information apply to
Regatta v Committee; J. B. Lightfoot,
Moss covered rock so dear to the
heart of the builder of the modern
testimony from Chief of Detectives
McDuffie the rock Is valued at about
three dollars a Toad.
Projecntine Atfornpv . Rrnwn. nnrt
Lightfoot entered Into a brief verbal
tm hfnra tht nrr rmi thf w.
defendants be held for trial before tub
circuit court. The, Japanese are out
under nominal bond. -
Three stoves, ' while innocent of
fuel, served to produce considerable
heat in Judge Monsarrat 's court room
during the course of . hearing of a
case In which a Chinese named Chung
Yau Heong, is alleged , by the police
as having' secured the possession of
the articles of domestic necessity
through process other than legal. .
Defended by Attorney Charles Chil
lingworth, ; the Chinese , entered a
plea of not guilty as charged. :
Chiliingworth and ;,prosecuting At
torney Brown enlivened the - dull mo
notony of an "off day" at police court
with frequent sallies, in the course
of a grilling cross questioning of . a
principal witness for the prosecution.
The' claim is made that the Chinese
took possession of the1 stoves and at
a later date attempted to dispose of
them. ." - - ' :y '
The case was not -completed thi3
morning owing to the' '"absence of one
or more witnesses who were at pres
ent employed 'on a -nearby plantation.
0 N ETH ILLI0N OllL ARS FOR
A GOOD STOMACH
This Offer Should Be"1 a Warning to
ETcry Man andWoman. : '
The newspapers and medical Jour
nals recently have had much to say
relative to a famous millionairess of
fer , of a million dollars - for a new
stomach. . .. t .' i.;.
; ... This great multi-millionaire was
too busy to worry about the condition
of his stomach. He allowed his dls
pepsia to run from bad to worse uh-
til In the end it became incurable.
His misfortune serves as a warn
ing to others.
Every one whp suffers with dys
pepsia for a few years will give
everything he owns for a -new stom
Dyspepsia is commonly caused by
an abnormal state, of the gastric
juices, or by lack of tone in the walls
of the stomach. The result Is that
the stomach loses Its power to digest
We are now able to .supply certain
missing elements to help to restore
to the gastric juices their digestive
power, and to aid in making the
stomach strong and well.
TRIBES BEING TAMED
The southernmost peninsula of Min
danao, including the Sarangani Isl
ands, is as yet very sparsely settled
by planters and traders. This terri
tory is occupied by Manobos, Bilanes,
Tagacaolas, Calagans and Saiighil Mo
ros, the latter being traders who are
peaceful and very lazy, being too wise
to work. " .
. The Calagans are a detached tribe
situated on the largest island of the
Sarangani group. They are quite
Deaceful. Their folk-lore indicates
that several generations f ago they
j came from islands to the 'south.
I Portions of the Monobo, Bilan and
Tagacaola tribes are, as yet, rather
wild and treacherous. Most of the
renegade leaders who have during the
tiqqt I-a no c? xu Ck'r f Inum lirknn tho roo rk
jful coast people from time to time,
'have been captured or killed. Many
of the followers have, under stress of
periodical hunger, made friends with
the planters and traders along the
coast. During the past year the vari.
ous commanding officers at Butulan
.Cove have gained the confidence of
j large numbers of thestf people and un
j der the stress of. food shortage now
prevailing many of them have indicat
HEAT IN COURT
ed a willingness to move to the plan
AbGoIuf cly Furo
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szzZo frc.T fZoycl Crco
k Crczxi cf Tcrizr
Many people from the: army, navy
and social sets gathered at the , Ha
waiian opera-house-last nlgbi! -"to ex
tend a befitting farewelTto the popu
lar Ferris Hartman company. They
didn't neglect to bring souvenirs of
the Islands, either, and there were
huee bouauets. ukuleles, boxes of
candy and of course for, the; pretty!
chorus girlies bits of jewelry and ta
large assortment of rings. V-n
'The Toymakej" was their final pro
duction and from the continued cur
tain calls one would conclude that the
audience was loath to have them go. :
Arthur Fox, manager of the Orient
al, theatrical . company, Ferris Hart,
man , and W Adams' all expressed
themselves as more . than pleased and
repaid for "their efforts to: entertain
the : people . of Honolulu. Hartman
spoke of his engagement here as . a
holiday and Fox said he felt encour
aged to bring through another . com
pany, as their' willing support 'proved
that theater-gbers ; here appreciated
tflgh-class productions. -He concluded
by thanking all his, patrons., : s . : :.; .
.It is rumored that the company will
retnrnjn February. and from the many
friends they' have made 'during their
three weeks in the islands it is safe
to say i they will be" greeted with '-a
tations further -north, where they can
be assured of a permanent food sup
ply. - Governor Richmond la arranging
to place these; people where they can
be fed and become. Industrial" factors.
. Permanent peace conditions demand
that these tribes . be . encouraged o
come out of the interior where . they
are Inaccessible. Mindanao, . P. v I.,
Herald. - .; .V. ' : k r ' :. ..
GOVERNOR CREATES '1
NEW FOREST RESERVES
In acordance with the recom
mendations of , the Board of Agricul
ture ' and Forestry, the Governor has
issued - proclamations creating; new
forest reserves on Maul and Molokal
Mid adding 396 acres to the Waianae
Kal reserve on Oahu. The proclama
tions are merely, tbe formal fulfill
ment of the promise made several
weeks ago by the Governor, ; as ' pub
lished in the Star-Bulletin ; at the
time, on the report of Superintend
ent of Forestry Ralph Hosmer.-
It takes more tnan a fur-lined over
coat to protect a would-be actor from
The first motor boat race, of the
International, series for the Harms
worth trophy on Huntington bay was
won by the American boat. Baby Re
liance II with a record speed of 42.63
miles an hour. ,
Mrs, Charles Quinn, the .grand
daughter of the late Mark Hopkins,
has returned to San Francisco to es
tablish a legal residence before filing
divorce proceedings. -
Here are Four Feature Films that
you've never seen before and you've
only got Tonight and Tomorrow Night
to view them: '
No. 1 "WANTED A WIFE"
No. 2. "OIL"
No. 3. "ON KENTUCKY SOIL"
No. 4. Comes on today's boat. Title
unknown, but sure to be a
IF YOU'LL NOTICE The Films
that are usually featured as headlin
ers on the Theatrical Menu are, with
this Theater, a steady diet. And it's
a diet that appeals to those who are
ill from seeing not-so-good pictures.
We know of many cures.
PRIME PICTURES PLEASE PEOPLE
AflmiiAn flA onsf IC
TO HAD! CO.
nUllllJJlUII; lUt QI1U
FRED NOYES, Manager
Plain white, with navy-blue and fancy-stripe Collars,
$1.75 to. 02.fi0
A 1'laln and fancy, all
in , Fringes, . Pearl Ornaments and Fancy Tassels.
R. Kipling, Manager
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OTHER ACTS CHANGED
Jugglers in Thrilling Drawing-room
' V ' :-Act -:-r- . :
y ROBINSON BROS, and WILSON
MThe Cabaret Boys." "A Little RagV
Please- -i'UF.v -1
Ai;L NEW-RUN MOTION PICTURES
;, - ' .ylu Special Photo"; Play ";;1'''' :
iTwo Performances Nightly 7:15 and
;'J-, 8:45 y y '.;
: ; i PRICES:, 10cf 20c, 30c ;v:-':
y ' f R. Kipling,' Managlr
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Keep Your Eye Open for John Bunny
COMPLETE CHANGE MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY
PRICES: 10c and 15c
.Vaudeville Matinee every Saturday
and Wednesday. 10c and 20c
Baseball for Sunday
HAWAIIS vs. STARS
ASAHIS vs. P. A. C.
First Game, 1:30 Second Game, 3:30
Keservea seats ror center or grana
stand and wings can be booked at E.
O. HaU & Son's Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. m.;
after 1 p. m., at M. A. Gunst & Co
King and Fort
Whitoe ;.:- .Bcrchert
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Rflarsh ; " Fofms
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colors and widths.
LnGfaremeht ' ; :.
te- FIRST APPEARANCE
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V. ' SHORT SEASON
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Lata Premiere Danseuse, Royal Opera -Co
' St. Petersburg;. Principal Da.v
seuse, Hammerstein's London Grand
opra Co.,: Etc. - ' -
Sublime to Ridiculous
. Monarchs of Animation :.;
CO M ED Y CO M E DY COM ED Y -
A PROGRAM OF CLASS
A PROGRAM OF MERIT
Usual Excellent Pictures
Beautiful ' Carved ; Ivory
and Sandalwood Fan.
HAWAII A SOUTH 8EA8
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Voung Building ''J
Only stablishment - on the - Island
quippod to do Dry CUanlna 'fj .:,
ETerythlng Jn the prlntlay lla-t
Star-Bnlletln, Alalea streetf braced
Merchant street-:.' .. V- ;
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