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IIILO, Feb. 3.r-Yasuzo TakahashI,
th Laupahoehoe. murderer, who has
Tunahou, this year. Is taking up J
itnmrthine that is entirely new m
dcxged. tbe police fort the last nine Honolulu. She is preparing for a Hsht
Ihtnths, seen for the first time, opera that is to be giren by the
eevefal" weeks ago lurking in the for-jstudents in the near future. At first
est nrar the place where lie commit-the idea seemed too large an under
let hla 'crlme. He remains still at jtaklng for the rtudents but future
large despite the: efforts cf the police developments proved that they were
to ferret him out j entirely capable of it
Takabasbl is charged with bavins Another question was the choice of
SS!lS4fi?mfari CD 1 T kaiT an -opera. It was evident that care
WMto-OT,WOTlTlTa- tobe .taken in the
iWTS l he tad tlon. Afterconkderation it was
witlM&e wife of another man. and: a flMll 4ti . ? ta produce rThe
ter her had lived with, her tor some cwmw ofrmatrty., a light opera
time at Laupahochoe. the enraged bus- jiZVtrr R PLmauetteAa-Won
tK?f ' en?-
J-'"&tt&'' Parts have been assigned
?J!rSf:2 rLffrr- and tne work of.j?roducing an opera
time belne. On the fo!!nr!n- dr ihv.?" P?'
wife succeeded in getting her husband
to accompany her up the read toward
Papaaloa, and at-the point where the
road I rises to the top of a cliff; over
hanging the sea , the husband was at
tacked by TakahashL who had been ly
ing in ambush, aa J killed: . ; ? r '
Following v the murder, Takahashl
took to. the woods, and a snort time
after the report reached the police to
the effect that her was living at Hama
kua. , This report was kept secret and
every effort waa; madei by the. police
not to let the man become informed
that they ere aware J of ! his hiding
place. V After a search, Takahashi was
finally located'1 at Kukaiau, where he
was working in a stable. .The police
found , him, at work in ? a; stalli and
their carelessness- In letting the Japan
ese escape after they had corralled him
la a stall; arterwards lost the officer
in charge' of the . expedition ' his job.
The last that was sees of Takahashi
was when he was "making wis escape
through the cane; fields -f,
' Another renortlcame ;to Sheriff Pua
A. 1 A . . mm A a A. mmm m . ft. . . f!eatA1Nt T A lLff fflOl
seen lurking In the forest at Waipuna;i1'nBalUff-?rrtT.'. . . Vernoir-Tenney
lei. seven miles. from the tovernment' The Notary ........Douglas Ba'dwia
The" leading part Serpolette, Is to
te taken by Miss Latham,' who will
alsa vasciEtttt coaching the playJ
Serpolette: Is the only part that Is not
being taken by a student The second
lead,-Gcrmalne. Is - to. be taken by
Louise X'tottrchilLMIss ehnrchill has
a wonderfntry1? aof t tad S awtet voice
particularly suited to - the part The
first male teadMa ; avled to Allan
Renton. . His voice is rich and strong
and likewise well adapted to the
part . jh " "'
The complete cast for "The Chlmci
of Normandy" Is ai follows;- f
Serpolette ..... . . .-. Miss Latham
Germaine ....... . .. Louise Churchill
e. Village Maidens r 1 '
Gertrude ; . .rVf . . . Margaret' Wadman
Jeanne . . . , Elolse IVlchnian
Mariette , ..... Ruth Anderson
Suzanne" V . Ruth ; Soper
Henri, Marquis of Cornevffle -v.
i .V .Allan Renter.
Jean Grenicheuz a -Fisherman
read. Wilbur, a jwhite ?man living at
Papaaloa, is said to have made the dis
covery, and according to hint, he saw
the fugitive about " a month ago, and
recognized . him an a man who. before
be was forced to flee from justice, had?nltely decided but It probably will be
worked in th Tirinitrx wtihiir was .within three mohths although ai el
walking through the forest when he deal depends upon the way Jtae work
came rnponi the Japanese. The latter Progresses. The opera will , probably.
Chorus v of peasants, fishermen,
coachmen and manservants. . t
The date on which theTopera - will
be produced has not yet' ben defl
waa unarmed Kind-A although ; WUbnri be 'givennat the Opera Housftf
was j carrying a ahotgu v he failed to l ureat interest is Demg tasei
brine :th mnrderer to timel When in. new venture among all ;.CC
formed -by Wilbur of ihis "uiscovery. Uh Punahou. The students 'who hold
the p61ice atoned set off for the place parts feel the responsibility and there 1
meiiUonod and-if ter -search
vpon tne nut tnat naa oeen occupied 'iv ukbuw vtrem & iiiyw
by Takahashi, which showed signs 'of : something to be remembered or yeaia
havinz been deserted for some time. ; j to come
Japanese saw1 Wilbur - he decamped to : vesu vi us is rumbling and ' another
othr -parta,v and it ! iS'qlmpossible e
tojBay where he is. There is a reward jyhe. teaate has received a petition
of one hundred, dollars on the head of
thqynurderer; aridirif Wllbura 'Story Washington on Jnanguratlon day The
Is .- correct ' that Individual " lost the motloii' will probably be lost -for want
chatweof landin'abeat-apinv -,.aC'
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By C.S. ALBERT,
I. star-Bulletin CorrcspoK
!Tve had mv warnine.' replied. Mr.
Shiyely Senator-Overman came back
f rote-'iTjentonwitlP the ' appendicitis
and? Senator- Hoke Smith with a bad
I Special. Star-Bulletin Carrvspondence
: WASHmGTONVTX January 2t;
.-nnnr. . Prpkidpt, tiert vvnfln case ' ot' lockjaw. Nothing doing ; for
smce nw return irom me . tsermuaae
has approximately ceased.. Itseem
VYc distributed hundreds of littla bottles of MARY4GAR.'.' J
DEN" PERFUME Saturday, and feel sure you were delighted
with it you ladies who attended our opening. j
Mjls.h3t,yiss Gardqn wrote to V. Rigaud, the famous :
Paris perfumers, when they requested permission to call the
new Combination by her,name: ' . : . . ,
(MMrwz: -fa 'foe?
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Xnjihe only shop the city whqrcjhis dclightf uf per-
fumis f clef;. . Vhy not have a bottle on ycur dresser? Price
;$5.00 the bottle. - ; i " ; - v ; , t
insist there shall be' none at all, until
line bevondtwUck-thev' will not-seek If
to -go.3" The Republicans dre obdurate r
and will not consent . to any sort of a
' "if 1
'i'tt' unp ifctnriif sin o
stockholders in'Lakevlew No. 2
who have paid the tecond assessment
Jevled .the.cad, ofthe year .will be
pleased to read this Item fromMhe jfc
aligner's oil column Of January 25 JT;
-fVlt has remained for the Lake view
No. 2 OJV Company, operating on prop
erij.olj the old Metropolitan, Oil Com
panyi section jl-2ZfxU& put the first
wellJ lntb' the - sands 'M since" Midway
Fields Nc 1 was plugged. ..,The well
is ;nb eleaned outi 3retbut 'there is
e er jr i Indication of ta good i flow .of
high-gravity oil, similar to';- that- pro
duced In the Dave Klnsey gusher. The
gas pretsure Is " heavy ' and - prepara
tions are being made ,; for a gusher
Just as surely as. a mcrcliant'd relling prob- i
Inm ia irnrlr.fnn TliK'nlrtV "Ailirnrtisin"'- srt Vniirs it
work for a. classified ad.! jAVTiat you have to sell
tM. Sometimes ItV as easy to sell a store or a lion i r
vTbe lockjaw suggestion is true of
"LrrmZm'Z pilgrimaged.; Not . one
rur T.lrtl P6f them came back with guess as to
Si iKiHi!w?h-SwM be In thtf next cabinetor
I&Slw-Bfcblri would be urged tor.ction
" at the itraordlnaryseMion. - Nobody
' Vny;n e secured a clue to anything, Hand - all
..thjreaaon.! silence; tt,uV cre-
statesmto to Trenton, suddenly tended, .,tlng the lmpresSion of .wisdomV; The
Many v ; days have -passed tince the factwas se!f-evident ttat eit!ier Gov
most Important Senator or Represen-.'-iwrn-. xt . mmi) .nn.
aUva has hiked down to the- capRal jjightenlng Idea to an of his visitors
of New Jersey and offered td solve all Qr else he was the best hand at -bot-perplexlag
-"problems : for Governor tling un inforaation who has ever
Wilson. ...Jr unanimous agreement waa appeared on the 'political atage. .
l eached tof leave the Presldent-elee The . Republicans in the senate have
slone and wait until he sent for some. 'teen makfngva-dismal failure of their
body t9, cpme oyer and enlighten him' j proposed finish tight for ' President
cn what he should do 'regarding ti Taft's appointments. The Regulars
cabinet "and, legislative' progra mt" land Progressives - are co-opeatlng . In
-'Are you not Rolng over to Trenton 1 great shape, but are unable to keep, a
cn confer", with Governor WHon" In-; quorum of their- own numbers pre$
rtlred ar friend df Senator Shiveley. irent when a pinch comes- The Demo-
"Ko. indeed" answered the senator, crats then sneak out. and leave ; tbe
"Lam going to keep away from that-RcpubllcAha'to adjourn swbehi they get
place." . t. jtlred-df trrtngtoobtaia aiQuoram. No
-Why?' persisted the friend with progress has been made, la the direc
symptoms of surprise. ' j j Ulogrpf iconflrmatlons The Democrats
J . as to sell a iccond-handrpiano.Eve j
andffiV;; .,waiit;adva;'sc ;:
Corey, former head of ; the steel
trust,; admitted on the witness stand
thatsteelmen. au over the world had
compact that stifled competition.
; The larsest and most powerful bat I '
tlcshlp In 'the World, 27,500 tons, has v Wvjmttt&J?&W " i
.Brazil.. ;ti; f.4-. t&:?,;&ix!kwri
GRftVS KEWUt; HEAVY HAIR
WE PROVE IT-25 CEUT "MKDEHII"
LDestroys DandrutKStops Falling "Hair Cleans and Invigor-
K aies iour;duaip--u-5iiyiiuui ui cgo-ny
To be possessed of a head of heavy,
beautiful hair; soft, lustrous, fluffy
wavy and free from dandruff is mere
ly a matter of using a litUe Dander
tne. . Jt is easy, and Inexpensive to have
nice, soft' hair and 7 lots of it ' Just
get a 23 cent, bottle of Knowlton's
Danderine now all .- drug stores res
ommend it pply a little as directed
and within ,teni minutes there will be
ait appearance of abundance ; fresh
ness, flufftness and an incomparable
iflosa and lustru and try as you will
you cannpt find a trace of dandruff
or fatllnr hair;. but your real surprise
wUI be after about two weeks' use; tties'jthisdvertiseawntK
when ycu will see new hair fine and
downy at fi cat-ryes but really new
hair sprouting out , all over your
scatp Danderine Is, we believe, the
only, sure hair grower; destroyer, of
dandruff and cure for itchy scalp-and
it never fails to stop falling hair at
once. . " :
If you want to prove how pretty and
soft your hair really is, moisten r a
cloth with - a little t Danderine and
carefully; draw it through' your hair
taking one, small strand., at a time.
Yonr hair will be vsoft glossy . and
beautiful in jvet a few moments a de
lightful' surprise, awaits everyone who
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mm mm mm-S J --Jf. 4m . . mm
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