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HONOLULU STAR BULLETIN, TtESDAY, DEC. 10, 1912.
: IN THEj WOMMS WORlW fMSM
HELP AND COUNSEL FOR CHILDREN
Ab the Christmas Hcason approach
es, mot hers are often conf rented by
the sirail children's problems as to
the gifts for their friends and tcaca
vr. When the home is. filled with the
bustle of the Christmas preparations.
It is only natural that the children,
too, will 'make a list of the friends
whom they wish -to rememier It is
not only In tha homcathat they bear
f Christmas, .but the school teach
ers and those who are in charge of
t lie Sunday fccfiool axe telling of the
Urst Christmas day.
Mothers are often too busy to at-,
lend to the little remembrances the
children wish to make, and so Christ
mas passes and teachers and friends
are forgotten by the inoilicr, but,
alas! .not by l lie. baby.
The old proverb: -It la better to
Rfve than to receive" .may fill-. the
heart of , the busy mot her . whose days
are crowded with preparations lor
the Christmas of her little family, but
ooes.it ever occur to her that her
children have been taught this same
thing,.' and that they, to:, ou;d like
to have a chare in the giving, as well
as the receiving x)f the Christmas
If a. class of students decides that
the teacher must be remembered
well, they may be allowed to club to
gether .and purchase some small piece
of Jewelry for the Instructor and the
day f' the Christmas exercises her
desk may be prettily decorated with
flowers, It would take but a few
moments of a mother's time- to -help
make this selection and would take a
to Lihue from Haena
Will Exhibit Here
Otto I Wfx, the celebrated artist, re-
Llhue ' last week ' from his
lonely vigil at Haena and Hanalei.
where he has spent several tnofnths in
transferring to canvaB the Justly lam
ed charms of the landscape in those
lections.- '" ' ; : j
His first visit to that island, when
his - exquisite painting first brougnt
him into prominence as a master hand
at depicting the tropical mountain an!
coast icenery of the Hawaiian Islands,
VLkS three years ago since whlcji time
he has spent, a considerable time In
California, . where fame haa come td
liira as a result of his efforts In the
Mils and valleys of the Coast Range.
Willie in . California. Mr. Wix wa3
rrarrled, last' year, to a young lady
who U herself an author and musician
cf no mean ability, and who will Join
her husband here about : Chrlstmaj
-tine. - ' ' -.:r : . 'V ' 1 ' 'v'v -
At Lihue, last Tuesday, the artis"
gave the people of uaaai an oppor
tunity to . see the beautiful work he
Las been doing recently, by means of
an exhibition of his paintings in Lihue
Hall, which was Attended by over flftv
of th? prominent residents of the is
land, including all the lovers of fine
A WORD TO
Women are generally careful about
the state of their health, and they are
apt to -make good use. of remedies
known as disease preventives. Germ
icides and antiseptics are included in
this class, butane greatest care' should
be exercised in using any which con
tain poisons, unless prescribed by a
physician." . ' ;
. By. reason of Its absolute safety and
it beneficial results, physicians have
strongly recommended Tyree's Anti
septic Powder. It is un equaled as a
v preventive of contagious disease, heal-
ing diseased tissues, ulcers and deli
cate membrane passages, and idea! as
- a douche. . A' 25-cent- package makes
two gallons standard solution: 'Sold
by druggists (everywhere. Send' for
booklet and free sample.
J S. Tyrre, Che mitt, Washington, D. C
ARTISTWIX COSIIfi BACK TO
. CIVILIZATION AFTER LONG WORK
Why not oil
WrW. Dimond & Co., Iitd.
great weight off the shoulders and
minds of the little tots.
A number of young boys not yet in
their teen, who are receiving in
struction outside of school, decided
that they wanted to remember their
instructor - at Christmas time. One
day last week they visited a Jeweler
in a body and selected a scarf pin,
and taking up a collection among
themselves, made the purchase. Now
that pin is being passed around
tmong the, mothers of the little
chaps, and so far not one word of dis
approval has been uttered for the de
sign was simple, and its symbol
friendship seems to have pleased the
mothers as well as it appealed to
These little fellows did not make
(ho purchase without thought, but
discussed the matter fully, and when
they had made their decision, hesi
tated no longer. And they will prob
ably enjoy the giving of that present
more than ,any which their mothers
have purchased without their knowl
edge and co-operation.; . ; 1
.One of the mistakes often made by
mothers Is the manner in, which they
ignore their children when it is time
to buy Christmas presents, of course,
it would be very nard for a woman
to lake her children with her every
lime she t visited the stores, but she
could set aside one day for the selec
tion of the children's gifts. On this
excursion the little Ones should be .
allowed to voice their own taste, and !
whenever possible they should bo al
lowed to make some of. the spur-!
tnascs. a enna is never nappier
pointing who found It possible to be
On display in
five of his most
the hill were thirty
recent works of art.
were much admired, by ' the
The largest of these r is a
f IHanalei Valley.
looking across the ' winding river and
tree dotted. bottim lands toward the
three picturesque mountain peaks of
liiLimanu, Nomoilokama, i, and Mama
iaboa, standing like a trio of sentinals
In the background. T J ;
Other pictures jwhlchattracte4 upec
ial ' attention wefe the views of the
ttiwering peak back of Haena, ffom
which' the hardy I Hawaiian mountain
eers occasionally ) throw great blazing
firebrands, on Iniportant days which
they wish to celebrate. One of these
Is a morning view of ; the peak, show
ing with, vivid clearness the cliffs and
caves and verdure of the vast; mono
lith. Others show the afternoon aopect
of the peak, with its cliffs shronded In
the mellow golden rays of the descend
ing sun. ; ' , .: s , '.
Nearly every one of the paintings on I
exhibition had one or more features J
vrhich marked its superiority over the ;
otners, and it was very atmcuit for
those who were enjoying them to pick
out any which could be said to out-
pretty generally, admitted that the
large view of Hanalel Valley, looking
across from tho north-eatt hlllsfde, to- j
ward the mountains, had a depth and
CLarm or .nne ana coloring wmcn en
titled It to the first place if my of
thenr could he given f that distinction.
Severali scenes containing figures, of
the primitive and, typical residents' or
the district among these being one
of a fine 'looking old 'Hawaiian mend-
ing his nets under the rtnde of a hau ,
tree; and another of a half clad young;
wy sitting on me Deacn ana gazing
at the setting tun, were much admir-1
A feature1 of the exhibition which oc
carioned much favorable comment
-wfcF the unfinished portraits of two of
the well-known ; residents of Lihue,
which gave evidence of the remark
able skill of the artist In that import
c nt section of a painter's field. ' It is (
i csible, we understand, that tb1
cf work will prove so engrossing to
Mr. Wix that he will be obliged to
give.np his landscape painting for
Honolulu will soon be able to enjoy
the results of Mr. Wix's most recent
work, for he has announced his inten-!
tlon of giving an exhibition hsre in
FOR A CHRISTMAS GIFT No house,
keeper can have too much of k. Even a small gtft of
a sure to pve pleasure. The new " Flower -de'Luce"
pattern has a chgnhy and beauty heretofore found only
m the best StetungC Every piece of Community S3
ver is plated heavier than triple and wiQ wear a lifetime.
TEASPOOXS ..MM dor.
.. FORKS;... $70 do.
than when he thinks that he 13 really
buying something by himself.
The result of a day's visit 'to 'the
shops' vth two or three small child;
ren may not be very restfui to the
mother, but the ease of her clitidren
is a part of a mot her3 life work, and
this phase cf,it can not- Le over
looked or slighted.
When the small Uy of ths family
wishes to reinexbcr some cf his
school mates, cnj of the u:cest gifts
he can get is a pencil box entirely
fitted" Out.. This is. no sraa:; matter,
for there are a great many little
things that belong in the box of th'i
school boy of today. There are not
only "pencils but penholders and ien
points, erasers, an 3 penc-H siiarpe ti
ers, and a dozen or more other things.
.This same gift may be made by a
little girl, unless she wishes to have
her gift a little more personal. Then
there is nothing more acceptable than
a dainty hair ribbon. There is hard
ly anything that delights a small girl
more than a pretty assortment of hair
Another thing that often troubles
the minds of thef small tots is the re
membering of mother and father. Of
course, mother can tell tiiera what to
give father, but it is not -always for
lather to suggest to them something
that mother would like, that is also
wihin the limits 'of the Christmas al
lowance. When it comes to this; the
best person to 'consult is a big ' sis
ter, and if there Is no big sisier, then
a friend may, be appealed to.
Mothers often feel that it is a big
BIG STOCK COMPANY COIi: IRE
MISS YIIM3IMA -'BBISSAr. Jeadiutr
Company, which opens an engagement
1 :t , ' ,
, s,ix Wk of stock with a company
'declared to be superior to any. ever
seen nere, ana wua a series 01 piays
that certainly are up to; the best
standard, will be begun on Saturday
evening, December 21, in the Bijou
theater, by the World's Fair Stock
. J. C. Bray, well-known theatrical
man, arrived on the Sierra yester
day In advance of the company and
this morning, after a conference,
Bray and Manager McGreer of the
Consolidated Amusement' .Company
made announcement of the forthcom
ing engagement. ,, 1 . -The
World's , Fair . Stock Company
is just finishing a big season at Ixmg
Beach. CaL, "playing to
season is setting in at the California
city and hence the company is pre
paring to flit to Honolulu. "We have
wanted to come, here for some time,"
' Bray said today, "and have prepared
for the trip wilh the biggest company
and the best line of plays that ever
fcame into the Pacific."
j The engagement will open with
"Brewster's Millions'." and among the
(plays to he produced are "The Third
Degree," "Mrs. WicRS of the Cabbage
I Patch," "Sweet Clover." "Checkers,"
!"The Chorus Lady." "The Spoilers."
"Wildfire," "Alias Jimmy Valentine."
"Our New Minister," "Lovers' Lane,"
"David Harum." "Bobby Burnit,"
"The Virginian" and "Her Own Way."
The plays are the biggeft hits of tp-
cent years and are new here, with j
one or two possible exceptions. There
will be changes twice a week. Miss
! Virginia Brissac is the leading lady
of the company, and comes with a
j high reputation, as does James Dil
i Ion, who plays the male leads. There
' are many capable actors and actresses
j an the company of eighteen. Be
! sides Miss Brissac and Mr. Dillon.'the
company Includes Margaret Nugent,
Evelyn." Ilambiy, Louisp Fazenda,
rorHc i iimv Thn rainvMiie increasing anenaan"e, anti me
I M l J I I I 1 ! "1 I -
Tho only: baking powder
outdo front Royal Crco
Cream of Tartar ;
Csfllua, HoUao Phosphnb
enough, responsibility, and enough
trouble ' to select the pifts for each
member cf i he family to r,;ve to each
other, zvA to their friend, it is a
lot of trouble, and it taSres a great
deal f (irro and money. It will,
perhaps, take rr.oje time ami oe more
trouble if the little ones go to the
store and help make'their purchases,'
but surely the look of supreme, hap
piness and 'grown-up" importance
that comes over the little faces is a
reward for ail of the trouble.
ladv with ihe World's Fair Stock
here Derember il.
- 4 - f 4-220.127.116.11.4.4, 44 4.
Mabel Theall, Mabel Wymon. Ruth
Van," Jennie Mitchell, Helen Lynch,
Howard Nugent, Rodney Grant. John
G. Wray, who is also director, Hairy
Garrity, Richard Johnson, Jack
Weatherby, John Mason, Phil Morris
and; Earl' Eastman.
NOON Y. M'cTa. MEETINGS
GROW IN NUMBERS
"The Best of Lives" will be the sub
ject tomorrow of the third of a series
0 Wednesday noon addresses whlcS
are'being given in Cooke Hall at the.
Y. M. r. A. by Rev. Robert E. Smith.
These noon meetings are becoming
wore popular earn weeK as snown ny
of speciil interest to men. The meet
ing begins at twelve-thirty o'clock an'J
dismiss at or.e o'clock. All those who
are interested arc cordially invited
whether members of the a;so(iation
The 'annual meeting of the Chris
tian church for flic election of offi
cers rtkI roil will be held at the
church buildins torrorrow evening at
7 -.10 and it is- desired thar as rull an
attendance of the memuers as pos
sible be had.
A meek lovrr sometimes makes a
It was Louis XI.
of new cloak<) members of his court. Men no longer wear them,
and suits of Stein-Blochhave taken their place. We have the size to
fit any member of your family, or the friend to whom you would
give such. "V-'M'-i"-"" -'
from 50 cents to $3.00
are here in richest shades
We are showing the finest lines of Pajamas from Del Parle
: i and Bathrobes from New York and London.
" Prices suit yoiL ; ;
Toilet Cases Handkerchiefs
made of fine leather and in ' cambric and linen,
filled with articles of single or In sets with tl
finest quality and work-; ' . and hose to match. '
, . 1 .
THIS IS A STORE AtjlD WE SELL. EVERYTHING. MAN WANTS. THE LINE OF
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON IS BETTER THAN WE HAVE EVER , OFFERED. .
THING IS REASONABLE IN PRICE AND OF M INcRNT vJUAUlTT.
THE A.TIi E
(Formerly the Orpheum)
Hotel SL next to Young Hotel.
NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT
First Run Pictures
Special Attention Given to Ladies
and Children. :
Adults .20c, ' 1 5c
Children .". .' 10c
-TWO, SHOWS NIGHTLY V
We will &e(l at public auction the
property known aa
of the late
December 21, 1912
The sa!6 is to be held on the premiss
This property ha3 a frontage on
both Km ma and Punchbowl streets,
and contains an area of 3.12 acres.
For further particulars apply to
Jas. F. Morgan Co ,
Max-Bulletin Ads. are best Haslarttf
as far back as 1245, who
at I6.C0, madt of purs
silk that will shed water.
Cheap. ' : - -
FOIV.T find ME1U:HANT STREETS
? "THE STYLE CENTER" ;
OF. THE AMUSING HUGHES
NEW' FEATURES TONIGHT
Last Performance of
IS A; NIGHT OF FUN AND
WATCH FOR i BIG SPECIAL
FEATURt FOR TOMORROW
TICKETS ON SALE AT LIB
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Importers, Machinery and
. Dealers In .
Automobiles and "Automobile
; j I Supplies ; . .'.' '-
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Auto, Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires
Also Tube Repairing
180 Merehant, nr. Alakea . Tel. 3197 '
S. SAIKI, Mgr.
Last 4 IMighis
began the presentation
in the material T that
means comfort. From $t2
I 11 : II
"The Old Bookkeeper .
says he'd like to see you
on a Matter of Business"
concerning. "The Masked
Bail, and also about
Love's Terrible Sacrifice,"
which Is one of Pathe's
finest f'lms d'art and of
absorbing Interest.' Will
you keep the date?
Dasebal! for Sunday
!3 P. M-J. A. C vs.t P. A. C.
Reserved Seats for center ef rrsnd
stand and; winic can be booked at E.
O. Hall Sc Bon's Sportlnj Department
(entrance Kins street) up to 1 p., 01.;
after 1 p. m.. at 1L JL, Ount , it Co,
Kinjc and Fort " ; -
';?" ':-"'. 'y-X NOW IN. '
Exduslvt . Yet I nexpt nsl ve H edger
v MRS. BLACKSHEAR
Harrison Blk, Fort 8U nr. CerstsWla
Deal Estate, Loas IiTnUaentJ, ;
-" , ' - . Centals.
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CUNIIA BLDO., MERCHANT ST.
Phone 4147 : - ; ,
are made on .! latest London. Paris
and New York Custom Lasts. :
QUARTEB SIZES .
REGAL SHOE STORI.
Kli9 and BetiUl StrMte :
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Officei 1412 Nuuanu St, tor. Vineyard
Telephone 1540 ; 1
Office Hours: t to IS a. in, T to I
X m. Sundays by appointment '
,,' Residence: Se N. Vineyard 8treet.
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Photo-EarraTlnr ef hlhrt rrsds
til be seen red f rem the Star-BallrUa
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