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HONOLTILU GTAR BULLCT
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but tourist are constantly visiting the
T place, and .they i?ay thai It is the most
;" "1 beautiful epot In the world. -Often
.d ,Wben a girl first discovers that the
no longer her brother! cum, abe
.baa a strange feeling of emptiness. If
the brother takes a fancy to another
girl In his early boyhood his ritter may
soon become accustomed to .the chan
ge and easily outgrow ' the strange
feeling of loneliness. When -a. boy,.; or
; girl have been comrades from earlr
" childhood and at the age of fourteen
or fifteen brother seeks other friends
, sister is.Tery apt to feci quite forsa
ken. But again If a sister And brother
have been comrades up to the age of
manhood and T-omanhootl the sopara
tion Is often bitter. In some Instances i
their lives become embittered and It?
strangers are surprised at the ad vane
ed bat loess methods used here, and
the size of thfe. department stores,
has et en been said that they are
unusually large and tin to date for tue
.size of the city." StllL In solte of all r
luis, mere are come wuo vome cere
stories told by . small , brothers but and aee all of these things and still
when one has the great: amount of think that Honolulans. are particularly
patience that this require, one is sura those; who are of the Hawaiian blottf,
to be able to listen Jo the other, naoL caunot speak English. Just the otter
Many young gfrls find tnat the only , has been visiting the northwest who
trial In their home lives is' the lack of
comradihip - between - themselves n J
"BI? brother." Truly U U Idriri that
a- boy vill take his eister into his
confidence after' he has leached the
wonderful age of fifteen. It In mtil
ly at that age that he first ,egina to
take an interest In other girls. Mother
and sinter find that he has become .in
terested' with" a girl for be suddenly
takes to wearing a large assortment of
neck ties and is untiring in his efforts
is difficult to even remain friends.' to keep his nails manicured land, oc
The young v.ornan, who is her, bro
ther's comrade is always of an un
selfish nature and always a good lis
tener. ' '-V-.. .'
It is a well known fact that a good
listener is sure to find more favor
than a good. talker. If a girl has the
happy faculty of Inrplrinp; confidence,
she is sure to be the comrade of 'both
boys 'and girls. A girl often likes to
make friends with another . . girl to
whom she may confide her little se-
easlonally polishes his shoes.. Outside
of this however they fcaye no clew,
though mother gradually loses "her anx
iety as to whether he has gone off to
BChcol "unwashed. Once In 'a great
whiJe a brother; and sister are, com
rades and sister Is taken into the boys
confidence and helps him In the selec
tion of . her" birthday, or Christmas
gift. Of course this is a very important
event In the young man's life. Later
when he selects ihese gifts for the
has been visiting Honolulu,' ventured
Into a local store to make' some pur
chases. She . asked the floor walker
about the '"department ; and;' when a
part-Hawaiian -, girl " stepped : forvfard
to wait upon her, the lady pointed to
& white girl and said, "Oh maybe that
girl had , better wait cn me, perhnps
she cpealcs better English. The floor
walker looked at her: in astonishment
and asked if she were a stranger. Oh
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yes- replied she, T have been here 2i 3 LL-2 i '
J st a short time; " I'm a Holoku. v ' - ' - . -
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rrets without the fear cf having them I twntieth girl the novelty has usually
repeated, Asd- likewise a boy always vorn'off and he is able to -make the
seeks the comr-ny.cf a. girl who. vill
listen ta sM of fc!s tales. cf woe will:
; the tame intcrett cs r.arraticns,of his
accorapllfhrnents End good fortune.
The girl who Is al to five aJvice to
-the led, who is f.ir. t'.e .time.' coins
.out" wlth the .rr. ri his choice will
always be! counted- among- his best
friends. If '. Is tMs to help him to
! win his w; .y Lack to the heart cf vhe
fair one her friendship, will be. value-1
Etill mere. ,
This s ; Ii ii. cf coinradthip Js tnn
por J (o I.? ! - r-f uith the 'person bni
it may bo ci.U'va'cJ with time ir.
thcu-ht. If cr.e v. ill step to r-ze alor.v
r.t this tjr? cf .r'rl the. is ir.vcricLly
cne who is her l.itle trclhcr's chum.
It is uua::y ih? who will listen --c
the tiks cf h.'j c:..;u,:ts and his tat-'
tics. Of ec :r. - a rr.all brother. 'is never-
df ft :!,- ;. Cven At he ccmes .tens
w!::. z i:.cl:'eye to be - doctored lv
;:rn conquered Ly'the 'V
tv.t crJy ff cure If it .wh'.l?
:c:ir..r; th' ether- fe
a f ;il will fir.d It'tiic-
selection without consulting mother or
Eister. . ; ' ; :- -.
The girl who is' the acknowledged
chum of her brother will' usually admit
that .the 13 - happiest" and proudest
when .he brings, a -whole raft of his
friends home to tea on Sunday. even
ing and while she is preparing the
meal looks at her with pride as if he
were showing his friends what she was
able to do. . . , r -: -: "v ;';':-, ?
' Tfci3 girl who 13 brother's friend is
usually the most 'popular :and happy
girl in the set. For she is always sou
ght fcy the girls when preparing an
entertainment because she has the fa
culty cf pleasing both, boys and girls
and because she is looked upon by the
young men 'as a big sister. . Vv;
STHAuGER CONFESSES C r:'
! ''Honolulu 13 exceedingly well adver-
tiied.' for net cr.Iy do par.:rhIot3 is-.
rue J Ly "the'Promotlon Committee go
to I; ten to ell cf the wor.rful - est cf th? city, st. regular -intervals,'
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r.l v.e::.rn v, !;o can't pet ev c:ten the stomach, remove the sour
. .l a l.:.ve"L.-.
f: rl t r. -1 c ar.1
.chc, i t:r.-'. : 1- and fermenting food and
cujlfoul f,a:es; tahe theexcess bile from
i thr liver f.r.r! rr.rrv r" thp rrn5tf".-'tpd
".til , . . : 0 T. C T - v - - ' - r r - 1 nr-'-"n frr V- a
t:i a e::. , t ;
,r yc.r. Ic-.vcl3 clean ' vd:
c r r r: !y ':: ::' r f-.
i . .. u-j i vdtli t .dr. .,
(. Lt:r ell or.. I ether !r :
Ca:c.-rct tc:.::ht; will straighten
cut- Ly mcrzirr- a TO-cent .box
he ;i yc:r l.c.;i clear, . ftcmach
? : : i i. I choerfjl and bully' for
: tl :. T . ."t f ; r-ot the" children
dr idt: . i:.ddo need a good,; ge'ntle
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Is alniest tpon us and year at
(cnllon will oon be turned to
ward Kiailr- the occasion a hi?
, . fiurccss. The .Mlchen and Xht
tille will be of kone. concern,
tut Irust to enr large and com
plete tork to Iiclri yoo cut.dWc
ceierfalUla jSopplylnsr all de
mand. f .'..;. ., : . " -'. - ,
; CII IXA,d GLASSWARE,SILTEK-
. WATH" In great variety.
:';;--d -'' Each. 1
Canin? sets .... .$3.75 lo $12.Co
Poaliry shears vii to $ i.00
Hoasiers ..:Wid$ .75 to $ 2.00
raiding: molds .v..$ ito$ IJiO
Meat cboppern . .fl3 to$ Z
Sa-CT KING STREET
, Until someone was kind enpugh- to
explain that ' a stranger was a hali
hinl! and . a ' garment a "holoku'v she
wondered why thoie; about her . were
convulsed with .laughteirr''i''';'.
M AR S f! ALL'S ""eLO Q U ETit
t - TRIBUTE TO MOTHER'
1 Gov, Thomas IL; Manhall,; fbf In
diana the next i vice-president penned
this eloquent tribute to "mother: "V- .
I I think back through the years, the
lean and the fat, the good and. the bad
ones," to my .earliest recollection.. 1
sec a woman with an eye-that flashes
as swift as an STcfaangel's wing and a
ticuth thatt breaks with laughter and
Jbcrdens .at :sight of wrong; tinging
lullabies; fa woman : who, uwith hand j
grasping uib vj nset n- nan, ( wums wtr
brier-bordered paths of life unashamed
unafraid, unharmed. She is ' clad In
garments of beauty for me, 'and age
does not ; soil them, nor years make
them cheap and tawdry. Her tongue
h without guile, having never been
the . messenger of a lie.' It is seven
teen years since he'rdioul'went' home
to God and her fingers became for me
the fingers, of an 'angel, but I have, not
forgotten: all she' said. She told me
there Was' a Santi Claui and l-'be-"
lievo ;her. v He; brings'-me no ly'ager
drums and fifes.- But -h e 4 still bring3
to me; the1 vision'of, my mother : ,
the-' muslcv of : ?Aat atigellc chorus
which.sang at creation's dawn and at
thc-hour;of min'sredemptIondK v"
CGQOO YEARLY OiJ DRESS
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1 NEW YORK", Nov. 1. The wife of a
theatrical star , would seem to be - an
expensive, luxury 'from a suithled :in
the Supreme court today against Mrs.
Donald Brian. : by .Henrl tB.cnae
FiUh-avcaue '" woman's tailor, His
complaint charges that v In the ten
months between September 2,
snd July. Sth of, thU - year .the hand
some wife of Dancing Donald' bought
gowns, hats, toilet articles, etc,
amounting to JS05S and she refused to
eettle. Papers were served on her at
the Hotel Algenquln, ',"r ' ' d
iNv'ith the complaint was . filed a i.long
list of items representing, purchases
by ithe. defendant. One 4ay the bought
th:ee hats at 530 a throw, and three
days; later; went -back for three 'good
cnes vvalued at $28, ?33 and 195. A
clyfc gown with ermine trimming cost
$ 1T.5, one blaci velveC ?2C0, and tec
CEd black velvet decorated with chif
fon, . $213'. But a:f "doll's . dress 'com-plete"-
ccst'only 550 and butterfly "$20.
A collar and cuffs set cost 2'J. v .;, d:
-1 Brs.' Brian divorced Charles Poper a
cotto. nmerchant, befdre she married
the man who: fin t won i fame and "for
tune in the ".derry "Widowj ' : v -,'d f
d CALVE GETTirJG FAT
says she. is-. acquiring embonpoint
She, said' today she Js no longer, the
Carmen "of old. . So , she is going to
open a school and teach others more
youthful to aing Carmen after-her. tw
enty-eight years in opera.
; To' succeed In America one. must
be taiband thin," said ; the prima don
na, who is In. lioston to sing on Sun
day "You mustn't be broad and 'short
and fat oh, no,!, and she laughed mus
ically. d,rV"henvAmerican singers' dbe
come fat-Veven-as ! ."-yon no longer
eat;;you sttrve! Oh.jmon pleu!" wv
: She' flung both .hands : put with a
gesture or horror.J J d ;
.r1 Your cheeks-r-they v go in so and
so, and she poked a dimpled finger
In .each cheek. '"The people so kjnd,
they .now applaud,1 and while they ap
plaud I cry au revoir And am I . not
wise? Camen--she Is young and gay
and beautiful. I no longer look the
ANOTHER !CLASS A- ACT"
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dd ; our ; front." door, sv- here ;d: .
d A every picture 'scores a ; ;c
;:dCoalv-;-Thrri. touchdown- for;; V '
Monday and 'Tuesday is dd
Voice Of A Child"
WE HAVE DrLlClCUC, TZf "
FOR THANKSGIVIfiC. THE Tidf.
The. goals from field are
' 'A f.'oble Ensmy
: "Lure cf the Ciiy" V
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iv : the . Knesman Came play- A v
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inimitable Musicians and Sinners
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. HONOLULU, SYMPHONY SOCIETY:
Hav7aiian Opera House, Tuesday Eveniiift f.
d : Kovember 19, 1912
; At 8:l5Vcl6ck :-n V
Soloist MRS. CHARLES L. HALL "
Accompanist MRS. L. : TENNEY PECK
v Director MR., CARL MILTNER
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