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II0X0LT7LU STAtt-TiTTTXETIN,- T I'KSD A Y, DEC. 10, J012;
HELP ID COUNSEL FOR CHILDREN
IN SELECTING CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Ah tlp Christmas season approach -
. mother are often confronted by
the sirall children's problems as to
the gifts for their friends and teach -
er. .- v -
When- the home is filled with the"
bustle of the Christmas preparations,
li a only natural that the children,
too. will: make a list of the friends
whom they wish to remember. It Is
not only la tba home that they hear
-f ChrUtrqasL" but the school teach
m ft and those who are in. charge of
the Sunday school a: e telling of the
iirst Christmas day. . -
Mothers-are often" too busy to at
tend to the little remembrances the
children wish to make, and so Christ
mas passes and teachers and friends
are forgotten oy the moriier, but.!
alas! not by the baby , i
The old' proverb: -it. is Defter to
give than .to receive" may. fiil tHe
jheart of, the busy mother whose days
i fire crowded with, preparations for
the Christmas of her little farolly,.bilt
coes . if ever, occur to her that her
children have been taught this same
thing, and that they, too, would like
So liave a'share In the giving, as well
as i he . receiving of the Christmas
" presents? ,':r'-;':
If a class of students decides that
the teacher., must be remembered
ell, they may be allowed to, c:nb to
gether and purchase some small. -piece
.f jewelry for the Instructor and vthe
!ay. of- the Christmas exercises, her
dtsk may be prettily decorated with
; flowers. It' would take' but few
moments of a mother's time to help
make thin selection and would take a
Returns to Lihue from
and: Wilt Exhibit Here
' in January
Otto WIx, the celebrated artist, re
turned to. Lihue. last week from his
lonely , vigil 'at )laena and Hanaiei,
where he has spent;several mantns in
transferring to canvas the Juitly;iam
:f charms of ,the landscape In those
factions;- . .; r:''::::"'?
His first visit to that"Jslad. when
his exquisite painting first brougnt
him Into.promihenc9. as a pjaster and
nt depicting the tropical mountain and
coast icenery. of the Hawaiian Islands,
was three years ago, since which time
he has - Bpent a considerable time in
Cilifornla;; where fame has come to
him as a result of his efforts in, .the
Mils and valleys of, the Coast Range.
. While " In California Mr. WIx waj
P'arried. last year, to a young lady,
who is herself aa jauthor and muslclin
cf no mean ability, and who will join
her husband here about Christma'
tir.e. - '
. At.Uhue, last-Tuestlay... the art'sK
gave the. people of nanal an "oppor
tunity to see the beautiful work he
Las teen doing recently, by means .of
an exhibition of his paintings In Lihue
Hall, which was attended by over fiff
of ths promlnen 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 preventive s. Germ
icides and antiseptics are incltfded in
this class, but the greatest care should
be exercised In using any which con
tain poisons, unless prescribed by a
physician. - '-. , l -y
By-reason of its absolute safety and
its beneficial results, physicians have
strongly recommended Tyree's Anti
septic Powder. It is" unequaled as a
preventive of contagious disease, heal
ing diseased tissues, ulcers and deli
neate membrane passages, and Ideal as
c a douche. -A 23-cent package makes
two gallons standard solution, old
" by druggists everywhere. Send . for
booklet and free sample.'- .
4 S. Tyrce, Chemist, Washington, B.C.
ARTIST WiX COMING BACK TO m
CIVILIZATION AFTER LONG WORK
W. "W. Dimond & Co., Xtd.i
f great weight off the shoulders and
i mfnds of the little tots.
A numlx-r of young boys not yet in
j their teen, who are receiving in
atruction outside of school, decided
that they wanted to remember their
instructor at Christmas time. Qne
day last week they visited a jeweled
in a body and selected al scarf pin,
and' taking up a collection among
themselves, made thearchase. Now
that pin is being passed around
itrong. the mothers of the little
chaps, and so far not one word of dia
approval has been, tittered for the de
fign was simple,." and Its symbol -friendship
seems to have pleased the
mothers as well as it appealed to
the boys. ' j;
These little fellows did vnot make
the 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. ; ; f ,
One of the mistakes often made "by
mothers Is the manner in which they
ignore their children when It is time
to buy Christmas present. Of course,
it would be very nard for a woman
to take he;- children with her every
time she, visited the stores, but - she
could set aside one day tor the selec
tion of the children's gifts. V. On this
excursion the little ones should , be
allowertto voice their own taste, and
whenever, possible they should be al-!
lowed to make some , of the pur-'
chases. A .child is ! never : happier
pointing who 'found itposilbla to be
thore. . . v . - '
- On display in the halL were thirty
five of hia most recent works o! art,
which were much admired by the
. critics. -The v largest of these .is a
beautiful view ot Hanalel Valley,
looking across, the winding river and
tree dotted bottom lands toward, the
three picturesque mountain peaks of
liil.imanu, N'omolokama, : and Mama
hvhoa, standing like a trio of sentinals
In the background. . , , , . .'
Other pictures which attracted upec
'al ; attention Tere..the iews of the
towering peak back oX- Haena, from
iifch the hardy Hawaiian mountain
eers occasionally throw, great blazing
firebrands, on Important 'days which
toey wish to celebrate. One of these
is a. morning view of the peak, show
Jn? with vivid clearness the cliffs and
c:ves and verdure of - the -yast ciono
Lth. Others show the afternoon aspect
of "the pealc, with its cliffs shrouded In
the mellow golden rays of the descend
ing sun.; ;
Nearly every one of the paintings on ,
exhibition bad one or., more features )
which marked its superiority over the ,
others," and It was veTy difficult for j
thnse who were enjoying them to pick 1
out any which ould be said to o tt-j
class all the others. Though it was .
pretty generally admitted that the j
large View of Hanaiei Valley. looWnT,
across from tho north-eait hillside, to-1
ward the mountains, had a depth and,
charm of line and coloring which en-j
tilled it. to 'the first place if;;any of
thrjjj could :be given that distinction. - j
'Several scenes containing figures of !
the primitive and typical residents-of :
the district among these being one!
cf a fine looking-old Hawaiian mend- i
ing his nets under the etnde of a hau j
tree; and another of a half clad young '
hoy, sitting on the beach and gazing !
at the setting eun, were much admir-'
C&4 V I
A feature of the exhibition which oe
csrioned tnuch favorable: comment
war the unfinished portraits of two of
tlte well-known residents - of Lihue,
which gave evidence or; the Temark
bhle skill of. the artist in that Import
ant section of a painter's field. It Is
lcslble, we understand, that th'
cf Vor'k will prove so' engrosting t6
!r. , WIx . that he wilL be obliged to
give up his landscape painting for
Honolulu will soon' be able to enjoy
ttf results of; M r. Wix's most recent
work, for he bias announced his Inten
tion of giving, an exhibition here in
January, .v..-.; " , .
FOR A CHRISTMAS f CI FT ? No house
keeper can have too much of Sl Even imafl gift of
sure to give pleasure The new "Flowef-de-Luce""
pattern has a dignity and beauty heretofore found only
id the test Sterling. C. Every piece of Comniunity Sil
ver is plated heavier than triple and will wear a lifetime.
TEASPOONS .. ...!.K-....$U0doz.
than when be thinks that he is really
byying somthir.s by himself.
The result of a day's visit to the
fhops with two or three small child
ren may hot be very restfiu to the
mother, but the cae of her children
is a part of a ciorhcr's life work, and
thi3 .phase of H can not Le over
looked or slighted. .
When the small boy of the family
wishes to remember fvorne cf his
school mates, cue of the nteest gifts
he can get is a pencil box entirely
fitted out.; This is no sma:: niaiier,
for thei e are a great many litt le
things that belong in the box of the
school boy. of today. There are not
only pencils but penholders and pen
points, erasers, and pencil sharpen
ers, and a dozen or more other thing.
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 ir.aa
a dainty hair ribbon." There is hard
ly anything that delights a small girl
more than a prettyassortment of hair
ribbons, 1 ' . ; v - .
Another thing vtbat often troubles
the niinds of the small tots Is the re
membering of -mother and fathers Of
course, laother can tell "them what' to
give father but "It is not always for
lather to suggest to them something
that mother would like, that is also
wlhin the limits of the Christmas al:
lowance. When it corce.v to this, the
J-est 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 Ms
Dili STOCK CO
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311 SS VIRGINIA BKISSAC, leading ladv with theOVorldY I'air Slrtck
ComNinj, which opens an engagement here Peeembfr 21. . Tl
Six weeks of stock, with "ii company Mabel Thrall. Mabel WymonV Ruth
declared to .be superior to any ever j Van, Jennie Mitchell, Helen l Lynch,
seen here, and with a series of plays
that certainly are up to the best
standard, will be begun on Saturday
evening, Pecember 21, in the Bijou
theater, by the World's Fair Stock
J. C. Bray, well-known theatrical
man, arrived on tne; bierra jester
ln ' .fnce - of - the: companrlmd
this 1 morning, after a conference.
Bray' and' Manager McGreer ; of the
Consolidated VAftiusement Company
made announcement of the forthcom
ing engagement. ' . .
Thef AVorld's Fair Stock Company
is just finishing a big season at Long,
a cig season ai ixng
playing to packed j
Mr. Bray. The rainy
Ansnn ts sotting in at-the California i
city and hence the company is pre-1 of special interest to men. The meet
paring to flit to Honolulu. "We have j ing begins at twelve-thirty o'clock and
.wanted to come here for some time." dismiss at one o'clock. All thos who
! Bray said today, "and have prepared
, for the trip with the biggest company
and the best line of plays that ever
came into the Pacific."
' The engagement will open with
"Brewster's Millions." and among the
plays to be produced are "The Third
( Degree." "Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage
! Patch." "Sweet Clover," "Checkers,"
! "The Chorus Lady," "The Spoilers,"
i "Wildfire,"- "Alias Jimmy, Valentine,"
i "rtnv Vow "Minlctop" 'lirprs "
"David Harum." "Bobby Burnit."
"The Virginian" and "Her Own Way."
j The plays are the biggest hits of r-
rent vears and are new here, with
' one or two possible exceptions. There !
I Mrginia Brif sac is the leading lady
'of. the company, and comes with a
j high reputation, as does James DiN
vhn r.l'icc the mnle Ifftils There
! J J II, IIU fit.' . . -.v . . ------ .
are many capable actors and actresses i
Ian the comnanv. of cislifeen. Be-1
j sides Miss Brirsar and Mr. Dillon, the j
; comnanv includes .Margaret XugrhM
r n rnnr
7T:o only baking police
C nsado from Royal Grapo :
dream of Tartar C
lie filurs, Uo Una Phbsphh5
encugh respcnslbility, and . enough
trouble to select" the. i ft s Tor each
member eft he fdnilly to give xro each
ether, an 3 to their friends It. is a
lot ef trcubie, ani it takes a ' great
deaUcf tirre and money. It will,
pcrhapi. take more .(ime ,'an: lie more
trouble if iho iitIeV;oncs 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 all of the Trouble. '
Howard Nugent, Rodney. Orant, John
G. Wrayv who is also director, Harry
Garrity, Richard Johnson,' Jack
Weatherby, John Mason, Phil Morris
and Earl Eastman. " :
NOON Y. M; C. A. MEETINGS
GROW IN NUMBERS
"The Best of Lives'' will be the sub
ject tomorrow of the third of a series
of Wednesday noon addresses which
rre beiitg given in Cooke Hall at the
Y. M Ci A. by Rev. Robert E. Smith.
These noon meetings are becoming
more popular each week as
the increasing attendance.
subjects wnicn are being discussed are
are intereste-i are cordially invited
whether members of the a:soiation
. CHURCH ELECTION.
The--annua! rceeting CT the Chris:
tlan" church lor tho elcctitiii of offi
cers and ' roi'l will held at the
chrrch builifins tomonow evening at
7"3u and it is desirt-d jhar as Full an
attendance' of the members as pos
sible be had.
A meek lover sometimes makes a
- strenuous hushand.
A I II
Li L ' LJ
MPAWW COMING HERE
It was Louis XL as far back as 1245, who began the presentation
of new cloaks to members of his court. Men no longer wear them,
and suits of Stein-Bloch have taken their place. We have the size to
fit any member of your family, or the friend to whom you would
give such. " ' -
from 50 cents to $3.00
are here in richest shades
-of silk.- r'. ': .
We. are showing the finest lines of Pajamas from5 Del Park
: and Bathrobes from New York and: London. X .
made of fine' leather' and
filled with f articles ' of
finest quality and .'work
manship.-' - -
THIS IS A MAN'S STORE AND WE SELL EVERYTHING A MAN WANTS. THE LINE OF ARTICLES
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS SEASON IS BETTER THAN WE HAVE EVER . OFFERED. EVERY
THING' IS REASONABLE IN PRICE AND OF M'jNERNY QUALITY.'" j 1 .! 'j'" V ' .
-. (Formerly the Orpheum).
Hotel St. next to Young1 Hotel.
v. NEW PROGRAM TONIGHT
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First Run Pictures
Special Attention " Given to - Ladies
4 - and Children. : -
" ' . . ADMISSION .
Adults .... ;....... .20c, . 15c
Children . . .;. .'. . :i : -. . . . . . . . ? 10c
. . . TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
We will self at public auction the
property tr.own as ( .
c " '
. Town Residence
of the late
Emma Street, .
December 21, 1912
The sale is to be he'd on the premises
This property has a frontage on
both Fmtra ami Imiclibowl streets,
and contains an ana of 3.1ar-s.
For further particulars apply to
Jas F. Morgan Co ,
MMr-Jtallrtla Aa. are Ural KiktBett
l.''y - - :''; - :: - V' - ' - :
at $5.C0, made tf . pure
silk that will shed water.
I':-' Cheap. " ' --mv
Prices suit you.
FOUT and MZHCHATiT STREETS
CTHE STYLE CENTERn ; . ,
OF THE-, AMUSING. 'HUGHES
'-V i.'- ....
NEW FEATURES TONIGHT
Last Performance of
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; IS A NIGHT OF FUN AND
-' MUSIC ''-r'i -V' ,.
WATCH FOR BIG SPECIAL
FEATURE FOR TOMORROW
- V--:-"- NIGHT.. -.it'--':
TICKETS ON SALE AT ; LIB
ERTY THEATRE. PHONE 3962.
VON HAMM-VOUNQ CO LTD.
Importers, Machinery and -
. : Committion Merchant
. Dealers In
Automobiles and Automoblla
Supplies : ' ,.'
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDQ.
Per. King nd Bishop 8ta.
J TELEPHONIC: ; i
Auto Supply DepL ....... 81?
Auto Salesroom .......... 3268
Merchandise A Machinery. 2417
fmpprter Fort St
TA1SHO VULCANIZING CO LTD.
Auto. Motorcycle and Bicycle Tires
Also Tube Repairing
ISO Merchant, nr. Alakea Tel. 2l0;!
S. SAIKI, Mn.
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"A Day at W
In ; the matfirial . that
means "comfort. From 112
In cambric , ,apd f linen, . ..
single of in sett with tie
and hote to match.
T H'2 A T 'S, :.
"The !'01d Dookkeepsr"
ays he'd like to nt you
on, a Matter of Cut'mesa"
condemihg "The Masksi
Ball, and also ka5out
which 'is one'tf .Paths'
finest films d'art and of
,'abscrbina intret. . Will
:y0u"keeTr, the date?
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ATilLETl G Vp." .1 1
P. M.-sl A.r C. vs. P. A. C,
.Reserved Seats for center of grand
stand and wings can' be booked at C
O. Hall ft Hoii's Sporting Department
(entrance Kiuff street) up to 1 p. ni.J
after l-pwnw a -M A. Gunst it Co
King and Fort
v . now in - ; '
Excfusrvt Yet Inexpensive Heai;tar
v MRS. BLACK3HEAR
Harrison Blk, Fort St- nr. Ceretanla
Real Estate, Loans larnUaeBU,
- . ' . . Rentals. - -
CUNIXA BLDG4 MERCHANT ST.
, . . ; .Phone 4147 . " .
' REGAL SHOEiJ
sre made on" tie latest iAndun, Prla
and Nw York Custom Lasts.
r,:r:: ' QUAATER' RIZKS ;. : -.
.REGAL SHOE STORE
Dr. T. XIITAIIimA
Officei 1412 Nuuano SU cor. VInsysrd
v. Tslephona 1540 : .
Offlce Dotirs:t to 12 a. nuj to I
O. m. Sundays' by appointment. s
Residence: SO N. Vineyard StrsC
tr oftc' Telephone ?I:'.P. O. Bat
ThAfo-Earrairnc ef bbxliMt cratfe
tan be serarrd from. tke SUrKalIetla