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HONOLtJltf. eTAtl-ITtrtfeTYNt THfcSlDAT, FEB. 4, 013.
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ff otti' rhrco nsp (hMn (If j-arr rxposln? thrtntehrs nnnrfrs;
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j iw tumgrr 01 romnrrnng til pom.
Mhldiat; drinking uns are recommended
l ftdJrcrd of Health for sckool children.
The (Mly&ife Plan for
Ur liair the Ideal cup, made Of alnmlriom rollapnluTr, light weight
Beftsetfi, Smith Sr Go.,
Fort and1 Hotel.
ItoGloth in afi shades, a yard
5idefed Dress Patterns
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Lrtfe variety of Irish CfbcKet
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Whrever;eJectrlcltyfupeede tait or. flaaotine enlna drlv
ncrs w cuc&iea greai aiving 01 money. - r
v ! ; ? : ; ANI RELIABLE POVElt
Wt a r prepared to rnaftf recommendations and furnish! prfce
for the lnU1lat1orr of motorc for Industrial application-. 1
Encrrcs were the rule at the Ye
Liberty theater last night when th
house, after being dark for a week
as far as vaudeville attractions went,
reverted to its vaudeville policy.
Each ami every act was bo different
from the rest and so good In Its own
firmament that it would be hard to
pick out the winner.
Hamlin and Mack. Einging and
dancing, opentd the bill with a vim
tnatctook Hie. audfence f roin the ttart.
Esmeralda, Xylophone players who
scored heavily at the Liberty
last nlflh't , . ,
Te solicit YOtir Investments ii
m 1 11 w
a. " f
A. STANTON & CO., Inc.
First National Bank Bunding
They are clever dancers melodious
singers, hard workers, and good
dressers, which make a very strong
combination. Theff portttyaT last
night of southern character songs' and
dancers were rich ih the" Srtreme.
Their Jokes : andpratter ' got" oter in
one. two. three . order. They are a
truly" meritorious team and: will go
strong jne resi 01 we engagement.
Xylophone players come .and go but
the reception- given Esmeralda. . the
dark haired musician, at her iMtiai
appearance t last night wbnld leid one
to believe that she will always Keep
oh going. Pr0m. classic to pdpour
of ; rathef from Scnubeft to Jdhnsoja
she - had thd large audience4: agoliig
with her exaulelte nlavlne. . Encore
after, "encote " foowbd . in rapid stic-
cessioh until he waS( almost ex
hausfea. . '
Van "Camfc and his Dig . "Liizle.
the :piograni .rijMtiJk&nX
with, thd; Teutohf hame got throng!
tRh hls'show' it wa4 a: cas?e ot'Tan
Camd and hla Karh' yard, a pigs,
chickens, rabbits, canaries., etc., were
extracted from snace to 'the" surprise
and amWement of the audlenck. Van
Camp is a preying prestidigitator
who exti'acts' a laugh ffobi the audi-
en'ce every' -time he speaks! Hia: side
uuk is a snow in liseii. mi xrainea
pig, "Lizzie," is a wonderfully well
trained porker and has the1 audience
laughing at her tricks' and lhe iiy
she stuck to tKe baby's milk bottle.
She' pictures were aTI interesffh, ihd
4 program atf'a whole was without
tt flaw and" the large audience" arid the
liberal 'applause' that emanated from
the , said, audfehfe ' was , evidence
cnctJglf- tHatt yatnievlll4; fg." stiir .the
COptlaf )ittractldn! ' heer ! 'r:- t
CHOICE LOCATION AT KAIMUKI, LOT 225x200 FEET, HIGHLY JM
PROVrD. WC HAVE THE PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FOR A
5 cottages in Cottage Walk, t'onTrnlenUy, Centrallv located, for sale.
M& Lt J n,k Kaimukl, ISJMK) sq. ft TiO
i- IiK S. 11. IS. ll. Rlk. 2. Ki;ImnH. f,.(MK) Ku. fl l.fiin
IMs 9, 10, 11, 12. BIk 55, Kalmaki, 60,000 m. ft
(ronKds cleared, hsuse donMe boarded, tement rel-
(. Ufti modern ; plashing .1 fSM
1JH rcres Iinp; pMp-rty1, LIMha St . . . , $6C00
tfaWaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 923 Fort St
BEST litXtfRT ItOfct AKD IfBT CLEAIXG
J. ABADIE, Prop.
Two men and tr- women, parserJ
gera In Automobile Number 520. driv
en by Jno. Frauzuer, are declared by
TTOtice officers to have batl a narrow
escape from receiving serious Injuries
asN a result of a" collision: thaft took
I late on Nutiarfu avenue: yesterday
afternoon, in which a Rapid Tran
street car figured as second bsst.
The auto was proceeding "toward
town when it came into con "act with
electric ear number 22, over which
presided C: Strom at the motor.
; The motdrman is said to have 'one
fclVln his power to avert a collision.
The result of the mixup wrs the
general smashing of the auto, the left
iside of the machine, ineludiqg doors
and fender bein? stove in.
Ths front end of the electric car
and a strip of the running board was
There were no passengers in the
electric ear. Save a few minor bruise3
and a thorough scaring, the travelers
In the auto were lucky in their escare
from serious mishap.
Mr riiini w:i n pcfttituist. bis wife
in jptimist. Many wtv the nrgi
ntents they had over something Mr.
Ihim averred would happen wne day
nhnlhor to lift f hnfu twit at nortrtr .n. !
ble ien to live mure corafortably, i
t-Ki . the ehtSdm better und make
theit. jipnerally l:ippy.
' in the first nlsec. Maria." Mr. Plum
wonKI say. noth."V5 Ter comes from
rainbow rluinlng. ta the second plaee.
If a buhdml tl usand dollars were .
KUddenly duniei pon us we wouldn't -be'
any happier tl in we are now."
-Wouldnl we? Vd Just like to try It"
Vou can bet your bottom dftllar that
unless 1 work b;ird and you nm ns
c-beaply we won't even keep up to what
we're- doing now. let alone putting on
Do yon mean to tell me i here's noth
i Ing iu lix-kT - l
"Mighty little. At any rate, ho great
ifece of luck like an unexpected wiud- j
iau win ever nappu 10 more inau one
person in a million."
But haven't we got Just as good a
chance to be that one person as all the
Dan Pram shrugged his shoulder,
but did ftot reply to this argument. He
went to bis rork every day,- as usual.'
aud bis wlft pinched and salved. One
day when be curae home Id the even
ing he fouod her In a -wild state of op
"Oh. Dan, she cried, "did you ever
have a grandmother by the name' of
, Xot to my, knowledge." was the so- -ber
sider repty1. uVmy dtt yotf ask ?" 1
MtliftAiiciA triiA vm tti.kA r.A-' eTKf-
I uvi V fn sb Salts II Url iUtS
morning who asked nie If you bad."
"What did you fell himr
' jThst I didn't know. .
bli5 be say why be ' wished to
: rXo, but I'm sure ybnr grandmother
ti'oea'd and has left u loV of money."
"Oh, Marhi. yon make me, tired! I
couldn't Have n grattdmother much lo
tbnir a hundnKi years "afd. and women
of that age dou t oftei bare fortUntH.
We distributed hundreds of little bottles of MARY GAR-
DEN PERFUME Saturday, and feel sure you were delighted
with.it you ladies who attended our opening. "
Here's what Miss Garden wrote to V. Rigaud, the famous
Paris perfumers, when they requested pcrmissior to call tne
new Combination by her name: - -"'
9 m -ft
This is the only shop Iri i Ore city where this delightful ptr- ;
fume is sold. ' Why not havea bbtfferorf your dresser? fiffcgjvr
$5.00 the bottle. " :
If ,tbey hare jhelr fdeendant!:yir
iliread out ilkca 4a1i' And nolle of ena
gits more than a' few dollars. '
"I don't care- believe we. are on jtatniig its power to make railroad
rates without obtaining snbstaiitlai ev
VThe tJnlted1 Stated supem
his clipped' the wlhg$ Tot the Inter-i ing backwaVd-lto medievat tfmearjw
state commerce' t-ommission in cur-; nwuiums iu cau riauuow yuw
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES.
St. Clement's Church, Punaho'.i, Rev.
Cj;non Usborne, Bee or. Holy Coin
n'tmion. 7 a. m.; Morning Prayer,
lt'.30; Evensong, 7,30.
Edward C. Treadwell, son of the
millionaire California mining man,
was killed in Northern California by
an avalanche of snow that swept down
upon the mining camp where he was
Nearly fi.000,000 has been raised
to build the second highest structure
in the world, in this case a tower,
at San Antonio, Texas, on the spot
where the famous Alamo stands, made
famous by the battle in which 18!
Americans were killed fighting for
While a Mexican of Dixon. Cal.. was
at work, a "friend" of his came along,
gathered up some of his possessions,
and then eloped with the wife and
the; verge of nome great Messing.'
TII tell you what Itt do. JJarle. I'll
make a bargUm tvlflyroo. Whatever
thl blesin la, PH turn tt all over to
you ob cendltfoh'ithatsyoor neer ay
the word windfall' to Une ngata."
"Done." F t - ,
"Iteroember.1 'fttPffa Ml Thrcbme
In thlir rase.. ! ttd If notpTog, c-bmefi you
They Ifcd 1 Vrrelv Vtrnoir hisi bar
gain when fberu fnn it rinp :at" the
bieltafrs. Blttm- went in fh0 ddor and
ushered a mittf thtd the sifting room.
This lsthe getitlerna'n bo' called
iW mornfug. raid Sfrfcr rfiuW
.rSotir wife." said the visitor.
u1dri't answer the question I asked
lier?m I concluded to come lu-k wheu
vptt were at home. Did yn have a
grandmother named Prendegast?"
"Not that I know of. And I didn't
have a grahrfthbtWpr by the ntttne of
Footeor Stedhian or WUIIams or Hmi-
"Did von ever bear of any of your
progenitors nnmH McDe'rtnotV"
JlcDermot? Why. yes! My grand
mdthVr on py father's side w-t named
Her name was Snrnb Site mar
ried Knoch IM-enrlegant They lull
one daughter 'tcbA mnrrled TliiHtm
Follansbee. rfftd they hd it daugtiter
who married Drfn let Spooner Plum "
Mr. Plum'a eyeiw were growing hrre.
"Pv got this by seaYcbttfg ttt rei-
ords of some proerty owned by a
Mrs. Prendegast. who b.-id receiiily
d!ed!in the John Brown' twtirHI. aged
rilnery-two years I figure it that she
Was your grandmother."
"If I've had a grand mot ber flvlng I
"Nor she. She came to the hospital
before you were lorn to be treated for
some disease. When she got well her
memory had left her. She didn't know
vrho she was or where heT:Mm from:
She was allowed to stay there and
lived, more than fifty years there and
Ifa that endltion J usf before ti died
ber-" memory rame nark to her. She
ifflld she was Sarah MeDertnot Pren
degast Deeds to pmierty were found
where she had kept them iu a trunk
The hospital put them Into the hands
of lawyer, who says they came down
to Dan'el Plum through Ellen Fol
lansbee and Julia Plum."
"flow much ii it?" gasped Mrs
"It's aJtse-and lot that fifty years
ago wast oft the outskirts of the town
It Is wv on the biggest shopping
street' S5 If worth a mH"
"You. Dwn," cried Mrs. Plnm-"yoti
make a deed of tbr.t property lo ner
And within six months be did But
be says they must hove dreamed it all
Thus far the optimise has the nerter
of the argument. A hundred thousand
dollari w dumped down upon the
ronpJe. but It remained to be seen how
much happiness was to be added to
Ihe nam family.
Mrs. Plutu had always dTfrat to a
sum some social position. She bad
fiome friends whose incomes were thou
ftaods to her-hundreds. They took her
up aud Intrwlnced ber. It was the old
story of the earthen und iron pot in a
stream. The Plums were soon bank
rupt. "1 told you so." said the pessimist.
idence that 'such reductions are ' nec
essary. "' ' '
v There has been such a oemandtrim
Los Angeles citiics' to abolish the
"Municipal tlb, th japer ! sup
ported by : the'- taipayerV that the
eoUhcWs- tinttftttliFIti on Che
question1 "of Its abolishment: r
One of th' state senators front San
Francisco intfoadoeoT tf hill" m- the
legislature f6r a' wttlflning poat fori
wife ,beatergt.WgmenlmmiateI to alight safety
the trolley Hoir a,-.-midttight trolley
from the wire' and started af fight
with twenty United Railroads officials
which resulted . In;; the serious injury
of a car inspector, ' ' '
Woodrow ti'ioa ' -as i' governoir of
Ner Jersey has caused bills to be in
toward the restraint of big busfnesa
corporation ? -:;'
Bernetta IHiller,, an. aviatrlx, while
sailing over" Long Islandwas blinded;
by an oil enp explosion, bat managed
':'KepVdldfh'.' fount haf giar who cs
taped from Sad Quentia. waj seen in.
Oakland' In 'a" high-powered auto, but
escaped Troni the pursuing 'police.
; Inattgdral. plant fa 'Washington are
chtfctlc, iTbefe tvill he no grand hall,
a very small parade; aid Wilson says
nc akaLhU.faxauy..win not attend tho
rtablid recfpUon. IV : .
;?-State i;ihertIogl3"'Storm'3V who' ac
cused ..Governor JiiascaHe f petty- poli
tics will Might fcti removal from of-
tsciibp ferrril fron tie EUTallttia
'If j '
j $my. write: L
trtut pt gafMtoffcn I
merit m food nA
o4r. Ittr bencHetat
doubt. . ' '.ri
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building nervous systems, it has been the valned ally and aid to thousam'
of physicians. Over 15,000 of these men of science many of world-wide
note have written in praise of Sanatoc'en cs a rcvitalizcr of tired off arid
impoverished nervous systems.
Sanatogen docs its work naturally, without any harmful stimulation,
It is a scientific compound of exactly the elements nerves need and must
have purest protein and organic phosphorus. And multitudes of grateful
men and women have testified that Sanatogen is the logical, welcome method
to combat the debility and lanjjour cf overwrought nerves.
Perhaps Sanatogen is just whet yc:i need for yonr nerves.
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Oasis oHfi lStrei fl :
AJRV- bv trying social diifies, fatigued bv tbc hundred' and
existence thousands of men and women find th'eniSelve 6ri
the vcre of nerve exhaustion. They are pilgrims on health's? 1
. ' I . . ,t . -- I
mij;livvci mi ucusis sumetning 10 rejuvenate in eir
nerves md crive back that perfect poise ana encr to.t
makes effort easv and aeeomplisdimerit a rtaintr.
W ak fN aracstfr to mat acanala?cf witi Samstocca.
mad wa r onfar too rniaA f bav. you to. AcVyonr
tavestint mux eUmi firtt if -ram Hka.
doctor about it und in mnr write at
writtm jd an abftorbmsly intereatinc atr(,
forwtMteaef WtantrMttoyav. Tbiabook
aridenca of tk ralua f.t Saaatoccoi which is l ramarkabto as it i concluaiva.
Sanatogen is sold in three sizes, $1.00, $1,90, $3.60
Get Sanatogen from your druggist ?f not obtinnMe from him, seit upon receipt of r-'
Tur DAf tpd nrcKKn a i rriAMV 25F irviXR place
. t$e erlet ral-'
tt-t Ktntm a a, writ
mlnt tm , too
Umlr. feedinar. th
nerres, lwiT the
'BcTjry. ' aMKt girinx
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Prof. Thou. p. -Stfflmnn;3f-&PfcJ
The trIVknowa r-hKrch-
Alitor , "
of the rooMtlturttta of
Haaatozen is tne
tb hi?hat aJUll in .
tb formation of
pnWIncV :; MritalsIliK
phowphora ; la the
bhid that dlzeation
and aaaimnthm of ,
Hanattvfru ar- mi'
irHl roro Het wirt
tta trrratr'-H r."
777 Kin? Street.