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all on the same lines. The very best scientific development has been neglected on account ot the deniand .fpr low-priced .pianos'. Old
names have gone into combination With cheap makes to reach the market We, Have se high grade pianos that we guarantee to
b? phtial fn anv hut thp fsTRTMWAV thnf aup cpII nf a
:::;fiu3 of Many Visiters ' from
Ccccrt 'Llidst ihi Tall :
i c uiw vvcu gcuci lit CXUUUS LUC
t fortnight of Wahiawa'g summer j
is. Teachers students' and their)
II'j have been forced back to the!
: r.J dust of the city, ; , ;
. l i colony of Wchiawa, in the heart
Chu, In the very core, as It were, ;
tl.e pineapple district; Is becomings
- e attractive to visitors every sum- i
r The cool, delicious mountain
,the quiet, restful nights days,:
, If one wishes plus lass fishing,
t ting, riding; driving picnics In the ;
and gulches, tennis playing, .mo-j
"g to Haleiwa, Leilehtia or .eveato
olultl (if necessary), all-'this I
; ts many who' come 'out for the1
cr week-end, to return and often
i the' entire season. ;t
jurists have been able" to find ac
t modations at the hotel formerly
i sanatorium in' charge of Wrs.
,wn and Mrs4 Culman, arid all. the
i .ntry homes and cottages have been
3d to the point of overflowing into
s and lanals with week-end guests,
: 3-parties or boarders. ; ; : '
.'.n:ong those Who have "pulled the
: ich-string" at Wahlawa5 this sum
: r are the Stanley LJvIngstons, the
,V."Q. Halls and McKeevers at the W.
L. Hopper cottage; the Misses, Sloan
Egglestcn cf Cleveland, Ohio;
: T alter Weedon and Rev. David
1 c ters at the Templetons, Captain and
: 'rs: Thompson at ' the'1 John Whit.
: res .At "Fall-view,", the country
I :ae of Dr. Wm. Jaems, there was
- 3 continual house-party, including
: r, George Wilkinson, Miss . Ethelyn
i: rris, Mr Mell Harris; Miss Wood
Icr J, Mrs. Macgruder Maury,- Brooke
::ury,;MIss Sara Featherstone, Mi"fe.
Jordan, Miss -Elma Ferguson, Miss
:'r.rgaret Hill, Mr. Woods Peters, Mr.
I I cjold Johnstone, the? ; Misses De la
Kux and others.- ': . - .
At ;"TlSe; pump. the(Lighfoots had
cs house-guests the. Misses McCarthy,
: ! rs."J ' Carlin and .Mrs. Green.
CaptafnBray enfertalned guests ' at
ti e "Anchorage." The Wells Peter
re rs were in their summer home.. , v
The Walter "McAwees'ln the Town-
r -4; cottage,-extended hospitality, to!
::rs. Blaisdale, Mr. Jas. Blaisdale, Mr.
I'rt :ericsont and other friends. ; . .
I.rrs. Henry Davis. kept, open 'house
r t her' cottage. ? With her were Miss
IC ."r.a; Craig, Miss Walker, Mr.; Davls4
t! -? . JllsseS White, oeslde her own
Hy. " ' ' 4 .. ' ; ';-, - -
L! fe 'Lsi ; noteen uite ; so " gay at
C s ' Alfred Eames iiome . .since the
hters returned to school on the
-: t-1 tL& ' the Eon1 Francis weat tdthe general excitement' by arranging
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tbefr delightful Wahlawa home,
GENERATIONS OF; STEINWAYS have made
ced this oiano
ere are a number of
OXE OF ITAIirAlTA'S
' -A-WAilllwA IIOUSlSFABTt--Ar SCMliER 'DELIGHT
Their car is kept busy candying them
andk their fortunate friends i to, l .anid
from town. .
; The C W.'Cooksons have '"been "at
home all summer to their ' friends.'
Schofield Barracks : contributed to
(occasional sham battles. Those irom
t the opposite Uahks of the North Fork.
were particularly realistic, ; V
Yoti then know absolutely that
BEST PIANO THE WORLD
above all other
high-grade pianos, some with old and honored
good ,new pianos from $250 up ; Used
FIXE TESXIS COURTS " -
J Another innovation, of a milder
sort, was i the white Sunday school held
'all summer in the school house. It is
hoped by the "Colony" that it. may
'continue and eventually become a
linion church. The Koreans have the
only house of worship'there at present
i Ke v. Dr. Wadman has charge. -
Except for. two or three prospective
honeymoons this fall, Wahiawa bids
STAR - BULLETIX, SATURDAY,
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you have the
TtLER"WiHT3I0RE, AtlE 1
fair to be very quiet uniif the holi -
davs. Then but that is another story
iv. ' S., W. F.
THE IMPOSSIBLE ,.
The Philadelphia Record, known as
conservative newspaper, prints the
I Leaping from the track as a Penn
sylvania .express train whizzed by.
Miss Julia Horwitz had her skirt torn
from, her body by the engine, but es
caped uninjured. But the shock was
so great she was unable to utter a
word for twenty minutes, although
she did not "faint.
"Crowds of persons who were stand
ing pn the station, platform witnessed
her marvelous escape. Believing that
he had killed or injured the woman,
the engineer , stopped the train, and
backed. up to find that Miss Horwitz
had not received a scratch.
- And she did not receive a scratch?
The skirt was torn off and the girl
was not scratched? Marvelous! Mar
Travelers used to write from India
about Hindu swordsmen who could
cut a lemon In halves upon the out
stretched hand of a man courageous
enough to permit the demonstration
and not cut the cuticle beneath the
lemon. Some persons said that it was
wonderful how those Hindu swords
men could sword. Others said it was
wonderful how a traveler could lie
when he was far f enough, away from
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SEPT. 21, 1912.
it their life work to scientifitallv develop a
names, all made -of.
and, second; ha
'tEAR1 FEEDlXO IIIS'CALFY
i iome to -feel, secure1 from contradtc-
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But even if a Hindu - swordsman
could - cut a lemon in halves and not
touch the 1 palm in which? it lay, no
Hindu ever born could cut a 1912
skirt from a typical. 1912 girl and not
cut as much 'girl as skirts v That
Philadelphia. Record story will be. be
lieved, V perhaps, by persons capable
of believing7 that a man could take
a club and knock, the paper from the
wall without hating the wall. Louis
But T know no. more striking illus
tration of the fundamental weakness
that doth beset U3 all than President
Eliot's notion that he could make of
Iarvafd a national university In the
sense that we have been fusing the
term here. That he-could make a pri
vate institutiondependent for, ifs re
sources upon the liberality ana sen-,
sacrifice of alumni, however generous
they may be, or upon the, whims of
ri,ch - men, however numerous they
may be, situated upon the edge ''of.
the country, even though in such ' a
glorious city as Boston, that he could
make an institution so located and so
fathered and mothered to be that em
bodiment of our national ideal of sci
ence and education and art which we
are looking for. Other men have or
have" had the same notion for their
institutions. Idle and vain hope!
Neither Harvard nor Yale nor Co-
UU 11 uni up
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the best material and
' lum,bla nor Princeton, nor all of, them
tion; great as. is their ' service, can
hope to do this particular service for
this, country. Nor; y Itockefeirer nor
Carnegie nor both of them together,
though. ' multiplied by five" and ; ani
mated even still more fully than at
present by patriotic Unselfishness and
far-sighted 'motives, can,, .do , this thing
for ;. the.. Nation which, After all, only
the Nation 'can . do for Itself. ; Tha
state . uniyiersinea ot Michigan ana;
Wisconsin and Minnesota and Illinois
and (he forty others no one of them
nor all ot them together, great tta
they may become and we, are all
headed for great things can hope to
fill this place incorporating in then
v i n
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arid family pride that
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We are the only people jn Honolulu showing this
last. It is taking New York and Chicago by storm.
Note the LOVV BROAD HEEL and wideshank.
This shoe produces perfect comfort and ease. , v
We have a complete stoclc of them in Tan Calf
Bluchers and Oxfords; also in Black Gun -Metal
Oxfords. V Aj-',i: v'-:.:v' i
The price is just the same as y
i n New .York or Ch
Ask to be shown
GEO. A. BROWN, Manager
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Pianos1 ' L
r selves, ; in . such , a way a3 to safJ sf y
that unexpressed .Ideal , or university
education. President Edmuud. J.
James. In Science. :
' JIl'ST XOT .WEAli XECKTIES.
Because the wearing of neckties ot
ters an opportunity fof clothing to be
causht the Soo railroad has Issued or-
t tiers In all shops on lu line forbld-
dine the wearlne of neckties by any
employe when-on duty , around ma
chinery. ' The company . explains that
there have' been many accidents . due
to this cause and'tEat the new order
l intended tp save the Hve3 of it3
men.- -. '-
COR. KING AND BETHEL STS.