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When a Alrl first discovers that she
t no longer her broiher'H chum, she
has a strange feeling of emptiness. If
the brother takes a fancy to another
girl In lils rarly boyhood UIs sister may
coon become accustomed to the chan
ge and", easily outgrow toe ; strange
feeling of loneliness. When a boy or
girl have been comrades from early
childhood and at the age of fourteen
or fifteen brother seeks other friends
sister is very apt to fee! quite forsa
ken. But again if a sister and brother
have been comrades tip to the ase of
manhood and womanhood the separa
tion is often bitter. In some instances
their lives become embittered and it
is difficult to even remain, friends. -
Tho young woman who la her bro
ther's comrade is always of an tin
selfish nature and always a good Hs-
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It is a well I:nown fact that a good
.listener: is Eura to find rr.cre favor
than a good talker. If a girl has the
happy faculty of lnr; irirs confidence,
, she Is sure to be the comrade of both
boys and p,irls. A girl 'cftcn likes to
make 'friends with another girl to
whom the r.ay crr.f!!e her little re
crets without the fear cf having them
repeated, Arl IILcwI? a bey al;v2ys
techs the cz:. ::r.y cf a flrl who. v. ill
liftcn to. all cf hi3 talc3 cf v.oe with
the rair.e interest 3 narrations cf his
- accon:i !Uhments ar.J good fortune.
The rirl who is title tn givo advice to
the lad, Who 13 fcr the tlrr.e ,ccir.0'
"cut" with the nald cf Lis thc;ce will
always, le 'counted trr.cr.- ;hl3 - best
iricr.Jg. ir the 1$ alls to help him in
via l is vny t:.ck 1) the hrart cr ihe
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: r - Honolulu - symphony society' ,
HaTOiian Opsra; House, Tuesday
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" r-- - v'- Soloist-WRS. CHARLES L. HALL'- "'"' :":-v ' ' '
'; ; ; AccompanistMRS. L.. TENNEY PECK i:iTr
vt-:.;; mrector MR. CAR L -M
Heserved Seats, J1.C0, now on sale at the
Rooms, Aiexanaer roung. uuiiding. T
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etorles told by small brothers lut
when one has, the great J amount cf
patience that this requires one is sure
to be able to listen to the other mao.
- Many young girls find that the only
trial in their home lives is the lajik of
comradshlp between themselves nnj
"Dig brother." Truly it ii seldom that
a bey will take his sister Into his
confidence after he has teacbed-the
wonderful age of fifteen. It in twuJ-
ly at that age that he first begiai to
take aa interest in other girls. Metier
and slster.find that be has become In
terested with a girl for he suddenly
takes to wearing a large assortment c
neck ties and is untiring in tls efforts
to keep his calls macicured and oc
caslonally : polishes hi3 shoes. Outside
of this however they have no clew.
Ithough mother gradually loses her anx
lety as-to whether he has gone off to
school "unwashed. Once la a grea
while a brother and sister are com
rades and cinter is taken into the boys
confluence and helps tin ia the selec
tion of "her" birthday or Christmas
gift Of course this Is a very Important
event In the young mac's life. Later
when he selects tnese gifts . fcr -the
twntlcth girl the novelty has usually
worn eff and he Is at!3 to make the
selection without consulting mother cr
. The girl, who is. the acknowledged
chum of her brother will usually admit
that the Is" harnlcst and rroudest
when' he trir.,3 a..whc!s rait' cf his
fricn3'hcme to tea en Cunday even
ins and while she i3 preparing the
ncal Ioc!:3 at her with pride as if he
were the wins his friends whatehe w3
alia to Co. '
' Th!3 f irl who 13 trc'.her's' friend i3
Usui': the r.crt pc, ' :r and "happy
f'rl ia th3 set. Tcr si 0 i3 always rcu-
f ht ty the r.ir'.3 v.h:.
l:;nu:.i sha h3 tho f
culty cf p!;;r;r.j tcth toys and girl3
I trrnrrn t hft fa 1- -.':r.l vr.n b.v thft
ycur. men .3 a t: shter.
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'Honolulu 13 crcccdinly well adver-
tictd, fcr not cn!y do rn:phl:ts is
sued ty ths rrcrzclica -Committee go
cut cf the city at r:u!ur intervals,
::r. t! e it: r-.evo V: - rtur
: ':d t-I i:nv feed an J
f- I r-::z; tr'.o th2 cxce:3 1113 frcn
the l.vcr cr 1 crry cr: th.3 ccn;tip.:t:i
v.r:t3 mntter rnd iiLen from the
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K.u ct ty : -a lC-cct'tei
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: ' 3 ycu f: :1 C.'-rful and tully for
: ; t! :. T ::'t f..;;t tho children
.i'.lzz n;:d a good, gentle
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. Is almost upon us and yoar at.
. trntlon Trill icen Le turned Jo
r.nrj r.nllr? th? crcas.'ra a l!j
nrrccjs. Th? Ll::!.rn and the
will f e it kerne ccntrrn,
lut trust t cur lirjre and con
1 lefe Eleci to I rip yen cut We
cercr fall la scprljlns'all de
mand. .'. :
till X A, LA SSWA nE,SI LTEli
WAIlt, In prcat Tarktj. l;-
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Carvlcsr sets ... .'.12.75 to
rocILry shears i . C2.C to $ 5X3
Kcastrrs .....$ .TStoS 2.C3
Peddle? molds iid$
2Ieut ctorpcrs ..$l;to$ Si
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Hawaii Promotion Committee
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tmt tourists are constantly Tteitlns thV?
place, and hey say that tt Is the most
, beautiful spot la the world.;: Often
strangers are surprised at the advanc
ed Dullness methods used here and
a; the site of the department -stores.
It has even; been said-that they are
unusually Urge and up to date for tits
jslze of the' city. Stilt In spited all
, this,: there are some wnoconie here
and see all. of these things and still
think thai Honolulanr, are particularly,
those who are of the Hawaiian Uocd,
cannot speak English. Just the other
.has been visiting the northwest who
has been ; visiting Honolulu,' ventured
Into a local stsre to make some pur
chases, n She asked the' Coor-walker
about the .department and - when, a
part-Hawaiian girl lepped' forward
U-wait upon her,: the lady pointed to
a white girl and said. , "Oh maybe that
girl had better wait on - me, perhaps
she tpeaks better English." The floor
walker looked at her in astonishment
yes replied she. "I. have been here
Until someone was kind enough to
explain . that a stranger was a "hall
hlni" and a garment a "holoku she
wondered why thote about her --were
convulsed with laughter.- - ;
v TRCUTE TO MOTHER'
Cov. Thomas R. 51 art hall, of In
diana, the next vice-president penned
this eloquent tribute to "mother:.
I think tack through the years, the
lean and the fat, the good and the bad
ones, to my . earliest recollection. ' I
sec- a woman with an eye that, flashes
a.1 swift as an archangel's wing and a
month that breaks- with laughter and
hzrdens at sight of wrong, tinging
htUat'esuia woman who, -with hand
graeping the Unseen Hand, walks the
trier-t ordered paths of life unashamed
ur.sfrald, unharmed. She Is clad In
garments cr beauty ior me, ana, age
Co3 not soil thsra,: nor years make
then cheip an3 tawdry. Her.tongae
h without gulls, having never, teen
th3 meeeener cf a; lie.- It Is seven
teen years since her-soul, went home
to Gcd and her fingers became or me
the Capers cf an angel, but I have not
fcigotten all, she eaid. Che told me
there was a Can.ta, Claus, and I be-
lievo her. Ho brings-me no ivtiger
drvms and fes. But he still trlngs
to me the vision of. my.. mother ; r,
tht - music -of that .angelic chorus
which sang at creation's dawn and at
the hour of man's redemption. ,
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C:00Q YEAHLY O; DHESS
NEV TOlilv, Nov. 1. Tho wife of a
hentrlcal star wculi teem to ,be an
expensive luxury frcn a suit hied in
Cuprcms Court today against Mi 3.
-vcnu3- woman's- tailor. Ills
ce .; :-int C ztzzs that in ithe ten
r.. .'3 tetwecn Ceptemhcr.. 2, 1SJ1,
. July Cth tl this year the haud-
ec:..3 wife cf, "Dancing Donald" bought
owns,- hats, toiiot articles, etc.,
;S and she refused to
Tapers were served on her at
the Hotel A!en-uia.v .
-With the complaint was filed a ion?
i3t cf items representing . purcha3
y.iti.3 defendant. One day she. bought
tL:e3 hats at ?C0 a throw, and three
days later went tack for. three good
cues -.valued at $55 and-$25, . A
rmk gown with ermine trimmjng cost
?L"3, ens tluek velvet, iZZO, and seo
cna tiacK veivei.ceccraiea wun con
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cn. 215. But a "doll's dress com-
dcte" ccst only ;50 and butterfly 120
A cellar and cuffs set cost ?:2. :
Brs. Brian divorced Charles Pope; a
cotto nmcrchant, before she. married
tbe man who first 'won'-fame and for
tune in the "Merry Widow.' .
CALVE GETTING FAT
BOSTON. Nov. 1. Madame - Calva
says she Is acquiring embonpoint
She said today she la no 'longer, the
Carmen cf old. So she is going, to
open a school and teach tthers more
youthful to sing Carmen after her tw-
eniy-cight years la opera, ' ' - v
"To succeed in1 America one must
bo tall and thin, said the prlma: don
na,' who Is In Boston, to 6ing on Sun
day, "you mustn t be hroad and snort
and fat-h, no,' and she laughed mus
ically,. "When American singers be
come .fat even as I you no longer
eat;, you .starve! Oh, mon Dieu!
She flung both hands out with a
gesture or horror,
'Your cheeks they s go in . bo And
so, and she poked a dimpled finger
in each cheek. The people so. kind,
they now applaud, and while they ap
plaud 1 cry- 'au revoir. And am I not
wise? Carmen she is young and' gay
and beautiful I s no longer look vthe
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